Eureka High School - Hornet Yearbook (Eureka, IL)

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HOR ET Edited bv The Class of 1952 Unit Dletrwt N0 110 C0Tlg'8Tl7illl?---Ell fPln'll---C00lKfi8lll Nancy Flanagan THE HORNET STAFF EDITCR 'NIARX LL INIHOFF General Lxterary Plcture Make Up Sports Ar ASSISTAINT EDITORS Frances Cfldel Rosemary Van Ds ke Bexerly Argo MBFIIXH Denler Luann B1ttne1 D1ck Dan1el Jlm L5 ons Busmess Man lger John Helken C1rculat1on Managers Jane Brown Eldon U FIC Ch1ef Typ1sts W1lma Xoder Tom Fay Buslness Kay Potts Carol Ogden Sam Oesch LOUISE Horn B1 ICC Hallam Hax old Hohul1n Elame K1ng Cdllle Lou Kn mpp Ed Knecht Helen Schache1b1ue1 Be11 C1 ILCISI NI 11x Idllll han Ruth Hou eholtel IO11 um Sch1el1e1 ASSISTAIN TS C1rculat1on Jerry Craw ford Don IN IXOH I Oletta Wh1tme1 Barbara Baner Madelx n VX 1 s C 0I1tllbUt0lS C uloll Jima Poly R11 G1 -Xmxlu LPILTIIOIJ COHIIIH S11 e1lx Don Lmmel Ty plsts Helen Schacherbauer LOUISE Horn Janet Selx ex Gene Selx ex S1101 ts Leland Z1n1n1e1 man Bob Johann No1m1 Ntuh zu 61 Ixenneth Plptr Ennl Sand UOIT1 John ll ett 16111 V Y . . . L A . n Q A 1 1 n u 1 e o n n n sv ' . A - . . . . . . . . . . ' ' t . .... . . . . . . . . ' ' s v. N A ' n K n n a u o n 4 ' ' . . . ' , l ' h . . . . . , V . lil - Y N ki , ,. . . Gene Flsher M3k9-UD- - . , , Z . L ' tv vt'1'S J 4 11. 2 AT- K , . -.. y , 1 1"1 ' E" 2 ls 1' ' 2 15 as' 121' J ' '1 s :' . j ' f ' - s ' J .-2 ' J . ', ,. Y 'Q 'V . - ' S ' T I-I E H O R N E T VOLUME VII EUREKA, ILLINOIS MAY, 1952 SP 0 o Edlted by the SCIIIOI' Claw of Eureka Hlbh School 'X 3 , ll FOREWORD When tlme has separated us from the years we have spent at Eureka I-hgh School, may the p1ctor1al message 1n th1s volume re mmcl us of the valuable ffallllflg we rece1ved here, as well as the great enjoyment we have have obtalned from th1s school, our unforget table alma mater. DEDICATION We the class of 52 dedlcate our volume of the Hornet to Mr Emory I-Iavmg served as our co adv1sor our every endeavor and has taken a personal 1nterest 1n each member of our class As the gemal shopmaster of EHS he has conveyed h1s good humor and genulne fnendhness to the entlre student body We w1sh h1m success 1n anythmg he undertakes and we know he Wlll accomphsh xt. , . 7 7 for the last three years, he has been willing to assist in 7 7 7 'K-o -- 'VJ 'fx 23,45 '55 EL-3 -lk W' U S 'Wi I Xl a um :Tit REQ LSA THE -uw. w.uu.u:muuuuu ""f"'W""""W""' mg' th These famlllar surroundmgs see students enterlng and depart1ng through the years, each leavlng h1S or her separate rmprlnt, each set t1ng forth to capture h1s 1nd1v1dual destrny It IS cherrshed not only for the educat1onal and socral values If has brought but for all the happy memor1es, be lt just the remem brance of play mghts the thr1ll of seelng the f1rst football game, or the expectant hush before an assembly All these have added to an apprec1at1on of school llfe, and have made ECHS a treasure chest of fond recollectron for countless alumnl Z.. 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K . - .. ,, . 2 1:4--Q . , News ., A a 1 A "- . , . , . . . , . . i . , . , . , . . . l - . . . . 4 . . , , n EDUCATIONAL ADVISORY COMMITTEE W 'PA J ,uns Front Row M1 Waltel King M1 Milton Fehl M1 I E Coplan Mr Nathan Schaip Mr Ralph L1tw1l1e1 Second Row Mis Helen B Major Mrs Lois Hohulm Mis Geitiude Gresham, Mls Chai lotte Baikel M1 Wauen Roemeisbelgel '1h1rd Row M1 Geoige Riley Mrs Theuy Hays Mis Smith, M1 Kenneth Cioss fNot on DICIZUIQ J B Schiock Mis Evelyn Daniel Mrs Frank Nickel, John T105 91 HBIVIG Meier Melvm Guengerich Robelt Goetzmgei Mis Call Johann Mrs Kay Wei eneth Aa1on Mosei, Tom Howell, Mrs Paul Buengei Mrs Veinon Leman The Educational Council of Commumty Un1t D1str1ct No 140 IS now 1n 1ts second year This organization consists of 31 c1t1zens from all parts of the d1St11Ct who meet once a month in an effort to assume their 1espons1b1l1ty of w o1k1ng xx 1th the boald of education and the school staff in understanding plesent school programs, and 111 seekmg 'ways to 1m piowe these school progiams The Educational Council represents an excellent c1oss SGCIIOH of community thinking and has proved to be an excellent awenue foi the exchange mteipletatlon and evaluation of ideas dealing with educat1on in the community Chan man of the group IS J E Coplan HY? A , . ww' ' M N! v l 'T '. ' . , '. . ', '. 1 . . c , . ' , . .D - . l Q , . - , . ' . . . t .- . .Y 1. .- . . .i ' ' ,ZA .' ' . ' , s .. , . . Virginia Argo, Mrs. Caroline Rokey. Fourth Row-Mr. T. H. Brock, Mr. Harold Crump, Mr. Charles . 'n I a . ' 'i n 4 I , . . . 1 o . . y ., . ' , ' ' , . ' ., . ' . , ' G, , . . I ., ' . . 4 - . . Y . . , 7 Q , . Q . . , . . MR SMITH Dlstrlct 140 He falthfully dlscharges h1S many school obll gatlons and st1ll finds tlme to take a pelsonal mtezest 111 the students of the dlstrlct He YlS1tS all the dlstrlct schools regularly and helps to lmprowe 6dLlCZltlO1'l3l fac1l1t1es th1ough out the dlstrlct ?L, - Mr. Smith is the hard-working superintendent of Unit MR CABLE MR JAMES ALLEN Mr Kenneth Cable IS the prlnclpal of the Eureka Hlgh School The 1951 52 school term IS h1S seventh year of servlce Mr James Allen has completed h1S second year as pflflclpal of the Congervxlle Grade School 81920 2I MR JAMES ESH MR ROSSITER Mr James Esh has served as prlnclpal of the Goodfield Grade School for one year Mr Wllllam Rosslter has completed hlS first year of pr1nc1palsh1p at the Davenport Grade School 1n Eureka He had prevlous admlms tratlve experlence at Oxford Mlchlgan where he held the pos1t1on of prmclpal I la 5502627 L ' we EDWARD L MAJOR B A Eureka College M A University of Illinois An alumnus of Eureka High Mr Mayor has been an instructor at Eureka for nineteen years He teaches World Hlstory Amer nomlcs He has glxen gener ously of his time to advise the Hornet Staff KENNETH CABLE B A Cornell Unnerslty M Ed M A Umxeisity of Illlnois Mr Cable who has been our principal for seven years has proxen a sympathetic counselor in helping solve the problems of students He co ordmates school activities and has been lnstru mental ln securlng needed 1m prox ements He teaches the sec ond semester Psychology class EDITH HARROD B A Fureka College M A Iowa State Unix e1s1ty A faculty member fol nlne yefus and an alumna of Euieka H1 h Mlss Hairod teaches Eng l1shIII IV and Speech She also dnects the diamfltlc pre entfztions of the school . ., . ., . ., ' 9 Y 7 , - 7 w - ' 1 . ., Y , . ., . K Y . ' . S . , - ican History, Civics, and Eco- , ' , , , . A .M . ., , .. ., C , u Q . V 6 .. , . . l .g. u ' V - ln' , , I n in .1 A1 w c . - s . ' s . JEAN VITZTHUM B. S., B. Ed., Illinois State Normal University Miss Vitzthum came to Eu- reka at the beginning of the 1951-52 school term. She has served as instructor of English I, Latin I and II, and faculty advisor for the Nautilus 33- """"-aa...-V ARTHUR PHILLIPS Mr Phillips has taught Agrl cultural classes at Eureka for four years He IS also advlsor to the F F A LEONARD PARRISH A B Knox College A M UH1V9FSlty of Illinois Mr Parrlsh a faculty mem bel fo1 the past four years teaches M3th6m3t1CS and Phys ics He IS advlsor to the Student Counc1l and coaches the base ball team as well as being as slstant coach of the football and second team coach ln bas ketball 4-Nm J IA 'Wi . ., . I . l .if . ' . ' ' ' f s A ,I i 7 l 4 . . . ' . Q' S V ' . 7 1 ' to fy J . ,Aww K A xx 'Fw fi 'jf ' B. S., University of Ill1no1s , v 1 . - . y -- Q' ,M q M .W-'M S 1 .J ' M -XHLON SAXTON UH1X91S1t5 of lNebraska Conseuatoiy of Music Leipzig Brussels Hr Savcton holds the longest tenure of ofiice of anv teacher in Eureka that of twenty years He teaches band classes in the hlgh school and also 1n the grade schools of District 140 HOMER REESMAN B S Eureka College M S Lmx erslty ofIll1no1s For eight years Mr Reesman has taught General Science B1 ology and Chemlstry He has been Yearbook photographer for sex eral wears for which the Senior Class is deeply indebted to him flag 'nh-... NIARY CLARK B A Monmouth College Miss Clark who is ln chaige of the xocal music department s 2lCtlXltl9S also teaches music at the Goodiield and Congexulle glade schools Thls 18 her first x eai as a member of the faculty l . ., I , .v . . . . ., L, , ' , . kv ' H W7 , V . l .V 4 i Y Y up V, xp y . T . - . 7 , ' , , ' 1 x S . . V , 4 A' if Conservatory of Music, fr' 4 I 1 f 1 ' 'K N' 9 v 1' A , . 1 , . ., .mls Y ' lx' I , v ' 7 x ' 1 v , l ' ' Y ru: xv ' '1 .lv FRANCES DOUGLAS B Ed Illinois State Noimal Lnn ei sity Miss Douglas has mst com pleted her fn st yeai of teaching in Eureka During the past year she has been the school s librar 1an and has taught English II She IS also the co advisor to the Sophomores REX WALLICK A. B. Illinois Wesleyan Uni- versity Mr. Wallick has served on the faculty for six years. He coaches basketball, football, and track, in addition to instructing Fresh- man Algebra. Y? VANCE EMORY B Ed Illinois State Normal University M A Bradley University M1 Emoiy has taught Indus ti 1al Arts I II and III in Eu ieka for six years He IS co advisor to the Senior Class as -1- ...,.. MARGARET HALLSTED B S Bradley Unlverslty M S Iowa State College For the past five years MISS Hallsted has taught classes ln Homemaklng I II and III She has been adwlsor to the F H A and a co adwlsor to the Senlor Class NIARY JENKINS A B Bradley Unlwerslty A member of the teachlng staff at Eureka for elght years MISS Jenklns has charge of all the glrls physlcal educatlon classes and has been advlsor to the GIFIQ Athletlc Assoclatlon ALBERT HAMMOND B S Central NIISSOUFI Teachers College Hr Hammond has taught the commerclal subjects typlng, sholthand and bookkeeplng for elex en yeals Thls seal he ln t1OClllL9d l new COUISQ office pl lctlce He ls the 3.ClYlSOl to the ILIIHOI Class X . v v. . ., I 1 . A U . , . . . . , . . . . . . . , ,v . ., ' . ., 'V w ' V . ' , , W I v ' 5 l 1 ' V Q Y. . , l . ' - 1 f ' H .Nl , I "--.. ,. X . . ., A A . ' .' 7 . .' - ' ' ,- K ' J y L Y . V . . , f. V . . . . . .H . c . , if A . I . 1 V' 1 Q c . . . P ' f -lsrvu MRS POTTS Mrs Potts has served as Su permtendent Smlth s capable sec retary for two years WIRS NAFFZIGER Nhs INRHZIUQI has been the oflice secretary for three years She asslsts willingly uheneve1 students or faculty need her aid. The county supermtendent of schools for tw enty four years has been H L Dyar Three 5 ears now remaln of hlS latest four year term to wh1ch he was elected 1n Nox ember 1950 Wllmer Dyar IS the asslstant county supermtendent Besldes holdmg legal t1tle to all dlstrxct school property the school t1l,lSte9S appomt a treasurer to be 1n charge of funds Mrs Nlmnle Rldge at the present tlme serx es as Olxo Townsh1p school treasurer The tow nshlp tlustees from sect1ons whlch wholly or 1n part com plete the evctenslxe area of D1str1ct 140 are OllO-DOIl2ilfl H9HClElSOH Paul Buengex E U R1dg,e Palestlne Belt Pottel James Delaney C1 uger Alxa Bechtel Ray Wntehuff ll filter Klng Roanoke ll 1lme1 Funk Flank HLIDSIHQSI Althur Francols Kansas Elme1 GIOXBS James 11911161 J H Stauffer West llontgomen R H Gueng,11ch Joshua Nlohl Robert Bohannan East Nlontgomely llm H Reel John Wettstem Ernest E Moser D Y V . . - 7 . v . . . , . . . L1l i1. . . . . . 9 v . . 1 . . . . . . . A , . V ' . v , . Y . ' V . ' v . v . L A . , , ' '1.v .1 .g 0 .. . T . , , . . . 1 . 1 Q 1 c T , . . v v , lv Y I -" , . , c . ,. . . . . ,. . . r s - 1 1 1 v 1 1 D 1 ., -- ., . , . . . .' A 7' 'u"- . . r' ' , .' A , . v r ny v Y , I r - A 1 . . , . , . . JANITORS ZW' , . Agqffhef 1, Q Y: A K 2 'Q-2? . :' fc J W 'B 4 JXJXJ J N ' J " 'fb 32 Q ww.. A Top Row Waltel Flanagan Davenpolt Glade School Peter Oyel Congenllle Glade School Dean Kwle Davcnpmt Glade School Bottom Row GOOIQQC Adams Euleka Hlgh School Bert Whlt man Fuleka Hlgh School BUS DRIVERS 1'-num Back Row Ixan Zook Kenneth C1"lXYf01d, Leu Ree 91 John Bluce Paul Lxghtfoot Front Row Cu1lfo1d Zook Jann WIBXGI, Kenneth Potts C9.1lJOh'lI1l1 fNot on plctulej Nllke 'NI1lle1 , . . . . . .,' . . 1 n 1 1 4 v , . '. . . ' ' . '- . v - 9 K 1 - w , 4 K' . f f 1 - , 4 : , , . - " , . , . -. . ' '. . '- ' . 1 , 4 lb . , A , c . 4 - A - SENIQRS Q5 Q if L L1-ig' K fvifwf XX K Qimf NQ1 W Z 4 S X df l,fllrJ X X 1 f xx X f , , WK my if-' f -f X .iv 'km gl 'A 'lv X Qfkhjlm j,j. W !!!,,,-Q A xr ' 1 KX M, f 1, .V ' - I Kg, , V, f' 2' , qii,XL. , , 'J - L- f' ,X 'Tl ' ff, 4 ,f N N f 1 rf ROBERT JOH INN I know a trlck worth two of that Class Tournaments 1 2 3 4 Stunt Show 1 2 3 Basketball 1 2 3 4 Track 1 4 Operetta 1 Hornet Staff 4 Football 1 2 3 4 Baseball 4 Plays 3 Nautllus 2 3 4 FFA 1 2 3 4 Class OITICQI 4 Student Coun c1l2 3 Chorus 1 4 Llbrarlan 3 A capella Chou J JOHIN HEIKEN A mlnd once cultlvated will not l1e fallow half an hour Class Tournaments 1 2 Stunt Show 2 Plays 2 3 Nautllus 1 2 3 4 Contests 1 2 Class Oflicer 2 3 4 Chorus 1 2 Hornet Staff 4 Operetta R R I E L O IJ lx W A I As qulet as a thunderstorm Class Tournament 1 2 3 4 Stunt Show 3 FHA 1 2 3 4 Plays 3 GAA 2 3 4 Class Offlcer 4 Chorus 1 Year Book 4 Latm Club 1 LL XNN BITTWER I llke what I llke and what I dont llke I don t llke Class TOU1Il3H10IltS 1 2 3 FHA 1, 2, 3, 4 Plesldent 4 Plays 3 lxautllus 1 2 3 4 GAA 1 7 3 4 GAA 1 2 3 4 Class Officer 4 Student Coun e111 Cholus 1 2 3 4 HOIIIQI Staff 4 Opeletta 1 Latm Club 1 J 1 L ' u , - nv l n e I I s h 9 1 'J 1 1 1 v 4 s 1 v 9 ' v I I 1 9 y I 3 rv Y - ' . . . . - ' " ! Y Y 1 2 I I 7 ' 1 , : , s ' : "4. ', .awww V , V, , lx H . . V. . ,, Y ,. , 9 : , : ' , , , s ' ' ' - 1 I 1 v S r 3 5 '- 15 Latin Club 15 Speech Contest 4. 5 V 1 - 5, rl' ,, A C A ' ' . . ' P H ' , H 1 , , S 9 , , 1 3 I 1 . . . - . . - l Y ! 7 7 Y Y ,, v 1 A Av J. I ' , ' , 7 ' ! ' 77 , . , . 4' ' ff 3 S ' 9 ' 3 - , 1 9 v l - :Z-1 y I I 9 7 r I N S ' V, ' 5 " , : ' - ' : ' 9 . I B E V E R L Y A R G 0 Happy go lucky gay and free, nothxng exists that troubles me " Danxtrs 1 'N' Class Tournaments 3 Stunt g11011 'S 1 'fl dll 1 115 on es Pr1s1de11t 4 Chorus 1 4 Hornet Staff4 C1lt0!'1L'1dt1'-4 FRANCES CRIDER Nothing succeeds like success" TtD1lY111lm9l11S 1 2 1 Stunt 911011 FHA 1 2 11d 1 1 1 1'd1tur ontests 1 2 So C 11 orus J 4 Ensem es Hornet Staff 4 Latm Cl11b 1 010112-stra 1 2 'I 4 X11State Chorus 4 C1115 Fnstmble 4 4 capella C mt' 4 BARBARA BANER Without her hands she would be silent IK '1Oll1'11lllll111S Stunt 511018 I 1 d 1 u N 111111111 1 1 ' G 1 1 4 1101 Qtlft' 4 L1t1n Club 1 Chmus and L1l9C'lI'l1J16 Xcuuu mst 3 istru 1 4 1 CIDL111 L mr 4 Speech f0Il1PN1 4 RICHARD DANIE A great lover of facts and figures 1 4 nu 1111111111 4 blunt Ylmu 3 Basket lt k 1 1 4 Ba 1 IW s qs Lt 2 3 T1 llltl ll't1l1X 4 btcretzn 2 Q 111 b udeut 111111111 H01 not Staff J A N E B R 0 W N When beauty IS at the bar b11nd men make the best Jury s T011l111Yn0ll1S 1 Stunt Shou 3 THX 1 2 X4 4 Comes wuus 1 4 11b1ar1an 3 Hornet Stxft' 4 tltltl 1 Q11 MARILYN DENLER She's a, quxet girl at times ' us Tumnaments 1 2 3 4 FHL 1 GAA 4 C1l0l1lS 1 H0111Lf Stuif 4 JERRY CRAWFORD 'Never let studies interfere wxth your education u11t Show .5 hskctlnll 1 11111 Cuutts s 1 2 4 S010 4 C1 lbS Officer 1 Student Cuuucll 3 olus 1 P J -'1 Lnstmbles 4 Ll1JI'l'l'1dl1 4 111 us '11 4 ts Club 1 2 J Operetta 1 leur Boo NIf1d11,'1l Smgus 4 1 tapellt Cho1r 4 Plaxs 3 T O M I' A Y e has a wlcked look be careful 1ad1es " mtut ns FI' 3 4 Hoxuet Staff N E I' I S H I am not a politician, and my other habits are good Metamora 1 2 3 Contest 4 FFA 4 Student Councll 4 Class Tournaments 4 Year Book 4 M A R Y H I N S H A W e is wi r who hat s much but talks little ' Class Tournaments 2 Stunt Show 2 Band 1 2 3 4 Pars 3 Contests 2 3 CAA 1 2 3 4 Ensem es 2 3 4 A capella Cholr 4 Year Book 4 Latm Club NANCY FLANAGAN 'Smihng and always ready for a good time Class Tournaments 1 2 3 4 Stunt Show 2 FHA 4 Pla Wa s 3 4 Contess A 1 2 4 Latm Cub 1 Chorus 1, 2 4 sembles 4 Operetta 1 Year Book 4 Glrls E semble 4 HAROLD HOHULIN "As unpredictable as 9. March day " Class Tournaments 1 2 3 4 Stunt Show 3 Track Student Councxl 3 4 Chorus 1 2 3 4 Ensembles 4 Operetta 1 Year Book 4 B E N G B I E D E R It's a. great thing, I think to b man ' Class Tournaments 1 2 3 4 Baseball Chorus 1 FFA 2 3 4 Treasurer 3 4 Operetta 1 Year Book 4 L 0 U I S E H 0 R N A good nature goes far in this world " Cl ss Tournaments 1 2 3 4 FHA 1 2 3 4 G A 1 3 4 Xue Presndent 3 Student Councxl Treasurer 3 Chorus 4 Llbrarlan 3 Year Book 4 Homecomm Queen 3 B R I C E H A L L A M "No one knows what he can do until he tri ' Xlashxngton 1 Class Tournamfnts 2 3 4 Stunt Show 3 Trak '3 4 1-'FAU 3 Year Boo RUTH HOUSEHOLTE Still Water Runs Deep flas Tournaments A 1 3 4 Plays .AA 3 4 Chorus 1 2 Opt-ret'1 1 Year Book 4 G E E R t. . H "Sh se ' en . ' - -Z ' -? y 1 f 7 1 J : ' . 'c f . . . : bl . - In 1, 2, 3, 3 ys 3, 1 utilu. 1, 2, , 3 t 25 GA- . , 3, 5 ' I 5 , : En- : : : ' ' 11- - . , V C 3 2, 3, 4, Baseball 3, 4, Plays 33 Contests 1, 2, 3, 4, " e a . 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' MARY LU IMHOFF 'The proof of ability is ACTION ' 'lsr Tllllllllllll nts 1 UNK I s 4 Co X l I real dull horns 1 ' 1 nv Ill 1 l :nut fl or nl l 1 L1 ln Club E D W A R D K N E C H Llfe can be dreary wlthout an occaslonal Joke ll km IN I us Tuul n nm nts 4 Track 3 sz 1 l E FA 2 ' 1 l0Tll l nsemhles 2 lrllll Nl l ELAND ZIMMERMAN A good heart s worth gold Class Tflllfllll nts 4 Cllllllli 1 Nlllllbllx nm S l rlrltl M lfll1L,'ll Sm ls Slum blloxs funn x 4 AMYLU LATHROP A smlle IS a good beginnmg for a, frlendshlp nun xml nts ln ml IK l 1 Q Qolo 4 FN Slllf l ul C IlllllCl urns I 1 N ll 1 Year wk l llfllll Cllolr ROBERT KAISER Oh thls learning what a, thmg it is " Basketbflll 1 Plmss l Chorus 1 Illdustlml Kris Club 2 3 Opelntta J A M E S L Y 0 N S Where there s life, there s Chigge Cllss Tournwments 1 2 3 Baskctlmll 1 4 Track 0 all B em Plays 3 Contests 1 Cholus 1 2 Hornet Staff 4 In us trlal lrts Club 1 2 3 Opelcttr 1 Speech Contest 4 E L A I N E K I N G Who never gauled a tltle and never lost a, fx-lend ' Class T0lllIl1Il1illlN 1 C- 4 X0'1r Boo NORMA NEUHAUSE Stand Iirm dont Butter S unt Show 1 1 'P 4 Chorus 1, 2 .3 Lllnallau 3 19.11 Book 4, Latlu Club 1 4 -, . v Cl... ' : 1 .- , 2, 3, 4: Stunt Sh ' 1, 2: -'ILL 1, 2, 51, 4: Plays 25: Xnlltilllx 1. 2. 3, 3 I HIPSIF 1, 2, 3, 41 UA. 1, 2, fl, -1: Class Uffirl-r 1, 2, 31 ' lA' 4 M ' Ji: C ,- , 2, Ii, 4: In-sid -nt 4: If .'- ll! 2, Ii, 4: H1 - Staff 4: Iil't 4: U1 -r'-tlzl Q .l' 1. T .1 - - - - In M: : '1: Cz.: 'z - .' 2, II, 3 , 4: 63 Ilil. -lull 2, Sl, 4: Plays 252 Punt -sts 2, IS: 'f , 3, 4: X0 Vive lr:-sill-nt 4: Fl 5 2, Si, 4: 'I : , 4: lll - .' :ff 4. L U , in l : nl- .' 1. 2, il, 4: Fl-'A 2, Il, : ' . , 2, 13, 4: l'lll." 4: Hz' -t ftlff 4: ill - - an 1: W ' . z "ff ." gl- 4: .X l'lllll'llll Ulmir 4: .' ' ' W7 , hm' ' 1, 2, Il, 4: Nallllillls 1, ll, CS, 4: ' 1, 2, il, 4, I ,j A V H . . . . . .,, If' E555 Flzlss T4 ' : ' -1: Sll I Sli ' iii lflll 1. 2. 3, 4: A '71 I I 4, Plzjs :ag Nillllllr 2, cs, 41 fwmm-fr, 1, 2. 3, 4, M , ,. lg gi! GAA 1. 2: f'l:l,.' Uflicl-1' Zi: .' l- ' ' 'l 1, 2, 3: t K ,, C'll ,- , 2, il. 4: I.iln':lrin1l 2. Ii: tg -'-tin : ik ia B1 ' - : l.:llill Club 1, 21 A vs ' l f ' 4. , Y Q' ,- ,X , , H - - 1. , 1 1- '1. S U 1 1 1 1.1.11 lf' 1 V 1 2 "3 ' ' ' , I ' " 1, 2: F0 tb 2, 3, 4: as llll 1, 2, 4: : f v , 2: ' ' , : ' - : d - , U - - - 1 ' . - x , 2, fl, 4: FHA 1, 2, Il, 4: 'AA 1, 2, 3, Q ' . k 4. R H . y .rr I , , t L' ' 35: FH. , -, 3: GAA 1, 2, 3, Q D 0 N A L D N I X O N A farmer IS the founder of civilization x s Tuurnfnmrnts s ustxntl lr s 1 '11 lr Boo K A Y P 0 T T S 'In her eyes are floods of laughter " Xfulmm X smnsnn 1 Clwss Tournaments 3 ll Y1 lr Boo S A M 0 E S C H 'Convmce a. man against his will he s of the same opinion still 1 s Tourn :ments 1 3 4 Qtunt Show 3 Tra k 'tll " 'W S 4 Stu e founcll 1 lndustrl s ll 2 'B Xml' Boo EMIL SANDSTROM A quiet, but loyal classmate is he 1 Tournmuuts 1 'B 4 Stunt Show 3 Bas et k Fm Jn 1 Pav 3 au :lu 1 nntwts 1 " 5 4 Choru fustrnxl his I nb Upf rett'1 1 Ye Boo C A R O L 0 G D E N "Laugh yourself mto stitches ' Chss Tournaments 1 'S 4 Stunt Show 0 3 FHA N 1 3 4 Contests 3 4 GSX 1 " 3 4 Nico Pres1dent4 Cheerleader 4 Qtudent Councll 4 Secretary 4 Chorus 1, 2 3 Glrls Ensemble 4 Your Book 4 Latlu Club 1 'L capella Chou' 4 HELEN SCI-IACHERBAUER There is language in her eyes, her cheeks, her lips " Roanoke 1 212' Class Tournaments 3 4' FHA 4' Nautilus 4' GAA I 4' Ensembles 4' Hornet Staff 4' . Capella Ch 'r 4' Girls Ensemble 4' All-State Chorus 4. KENNETH PIPER N t to be hurried or confused. Busketbill mwnnger lg Ilfuys I ' Year Book 4. L0-RRAINE SCHIEBBR As merry as the day is long. :ws Touruzmlf-nts l, .. . ' F . 2 3 4' Nflllfl L' fr . 2. L, 4' YL-ar Book 4' Latin Club 1. G E N E S E L V E Y ' He makes the best of everything S unt Show 'S Fnothxll 1 B d 1 ns Nautxlus 4 ontests 1 2 4 the leader 4 oxns 1 2 I 4 nstm s X cape Chmr 4 Madrlgfll SIIIZQTS 4 Hornet Staff 4 I dustrml Arts Cltb 1 3 Operettn 1 Basketball Manager D 0 N A L D U M M E L ' Little said is soon amended Class Tournament: 4 Baskftlnl 1 FF Year Book 4 J' A N E T S E L V E Y ' Music is well said to be the speech of the angels Class Tournaments 1 FHA 1 2 '3 4 Band Chorus 1 2 5 4 Lnsembles Mlxed and Girls Madrlgal 4 Hornet Staff 4 A capella Chou' 4 ROSEMARY VAN DYKH Good words are worth much and cost little Class Tournaments 1 2 J 4 FHX 1 2 3 4 Plays 3 utnlus 1 3 A capella Choir 4 GAA 1 3 4 Student Connell 2 Chorus 1 2 3 4 Ensembles 'S 4 Madngal Snngers 4 Hornet Staff 4 Operetta 1 Latun Club 1 Speech Contest 4 CONNIE SIVERLY Better late than neve ' Class Tournaments 1 2 3 Stunt Show 3 FHA 1 2 3 Plays 3 Nautllus 1 2 3 GAA 1 2 3 L1brar1an 3 Year Book 4 Latln Club 1 2 JOHN WETTSTEIN Size doesnt make the man" Class Tournaments 1 2 3 4 Stunt Show 2,3 Ixautllus 1 2 3 4 FFA1 2 3 4 Reportero 3 4 YearBook4 ELDON ULRICH A man well dressed is at his best Class Tournaments 1 2 3 Stunt Show 3 Basketball 2 4 Track 2 Plays 3 Student Councxl 1 2 Hornet Staff 4 Industrial Arts Club 1 2 3 LORETTA WHITMER ' Not by years but by disposition is wisdom acquire Class Tournaments 1, .., 3, 4 Stunt Show 1, Band 1, 2, 3, 4 Plaxs 3, Nautllus 1, 7, 3, 4, GAA 1 2, 3, Chorus 1, 2 3, 4, Hornet Staff 4, Latln Club 1 l .. It ' . 3 1 3 an , 2, 53, 4: Pl: 3, -' ' , 3 C , 2, 3. 43 Solo .., 3, 3 ' er- . 5 Ch - 5 , -, 2, :E J bl:-412,431 -. lla ' 3 ' t . g , 3 n- . I 1 , 2, -: 3 ' . 1, 2, 3. 4 4 I1 ' L : : A. 1, 2, 3, 4, l .. - 2 . -. -, : 2, 3, 4: Plays 3, Contests 1, 2, 3, 4, Solo 45 GAA 1, 2, , . f, : ' ' - ' ' 35 u H Na ' . , 2, ., 4, . ' : , 2. ., 9 ' ' A 9 : : U r.' : : ' , - ll , 1 , Y ' IK 'll 1. , : : : ' . : 1 d." 0 , 5 - M A D E L Y N W Y S S Whatever is worth doing is worth domg well Nlunt N ICH X utll S v u mrlx SI: nl fl v mnmr m v hx IT W I L M A Y 0 D E R A peace above all earthly dignity a still and quiet conscience rflllrll lnll Ill llll 088 I me te 1 4 Class Ofhcmr I 'rn dfnt 1 Chorus 1 Hormt NME 4 CARROLL JAMES Q Chorus 1 5' Xvxr Book 4 Latxn Club Class Motto UP Success Awazts at Labor s Gate Class Colors Blue and White Class Flower Talisman Rose Kilffzf' . , A SENHQQ ACTHW If L: QQ Y mai M I ix X. .X VX 3 1 K J x wwjfnljy F ! b f x 1 f it x - K ,X Wx 1 X . 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' - - CLASS WILL We the members of the Senror class of Eureka Hrgh School berng of sound mrnd and understandrng but of an oyerworked condrtron do make publrc and declare the followrng to be our last wrll and testament We bequeath to all successrye Senror Classes of E C H S the followrng honors The rrght of leayrng the audrtorrum first after assemblres more yacant space rn the lunch lrne John Herken rf he flunks Hrstory fwhat a laughll a rubber check wrth whrch our executor may pay all our debts and the spendrng of a socral hour wrth Mr Cable when the absence rs unexcused To Mr Smrth we leave a parr of roller skates to help hrm travel oy er the Unrt Drstrrct Mr Cable a schedule wrth more trme for pep meetrngs provrded Mrs Ixaffzrger a publrc address system so she won t have to run to each class wrth specral announcements Mrss Douglas a parr of strlts so she can look down at her students rnstead of up lThe best thrngs come rn lrttle packages J Coach Wallrck five seven foot rdeal Wallrck men who promrse to obey trarnrng rules by berng rn bed by 2 00 a m Mr Major Q new Joke book so that hell always haye a new Joke when need arrses Mrss Hallste twenty five year supply of scotch tape to close the mouths of her norsy lrttle Home c students Mr Reesman-one drnosaur to be drssected rn Broloffy and a new supply of test tubes to replace all the ones that the Senrors broke rn Chemrstry Mrss Harrod one automatrc test grader so she wont have to waste her trme on such trrvral matters Mr Phrllrps one specral bus for the FFA boys to use for therr greatest advantage on field trrps Mrss Vrtzthum four dependable proof readers for the Nautrlus staff fThat means brrght and early at erght on Saturdayll Any applrcat1ons"J Mr Parrrsh bubbles for hrm to deposrt hrs hot arr rn Mrss Clark a chorus whrch doesn t sound nrce but sounds good at least one that sounds off 1 2 Ask Mrss Clark for her definrtron of nrce' Mrss Jenkrns one extra loud whrstle that can be heard rn the locker room Mr Emory a memory book of our hrgh school actryrtres whrch he helped sponsor also one large handkerchref to use whrle weeprng over our departure Mr Hammond several new records for the typrng classes plus a non removable needle for the vrctrola George a mechanrcal bed wrth wheels motor and escalator attachment so he can lre down whrle cleanrng up dear old ECHS unrform to be used at noon baseball games Frances Crlder leaves her abrlrty to track down late Nautrlus assrgnments to Davrd Hohulrn Drck Danrel leayes hrs Marro Lanza vorce to Merlyn Getz Says Drck I just had to srng Be My Love once and look what rt got mel' Marrlvn Denler leaves her warm smrle to Jrm Stalter Marrlyn s comment rs A smrle wrll go a long way Barbara Baner leaves her place rn the chorus lrne of the Eureka Hotel F1001 Show to Wrlma Ales Thats where she earned money to put herself through hrgh school You meet more rnterestrng people Sam Oesch hands oy er hrs abrlrty to get a good Hrstory grade to Mrlton Sherman To Shrrley Schumacher Ruth Krng Yy onne Amer man Day rd Bowald and Joe Genre Harold Hohulrn leaves the gallon of rce cream he acqurr ed at the Senror Englrsh prcnrc A srck Harold comments that there yr as a lrttle too much for hrm to eat com pletely but he tr red wrth help Kenneth Prper leay es hrs abrlrty to know eyery freshman grrl to Warren Whrte Madelvn Wyss leaves her cowboy boots and Slrx er ther hor sej to Ronnre Janssen and John Phrllrps respectrx ely Her farewell comment was H10 Slry er away Gene and Janet Selvev relrnqursh therr many talent to Nlarrlyn Adams and Rrch ard Crawford Emrl Sandstrom leayes hrs book Ten Rules for a Taxr Drry er to Kenneth Dowel Emrl says Grye her the gun' , I . . y . . Y , . . . 1 , c , Q T f . o . u F. n u ' l . L K . , ' 4. - , T Y . . , . . 9 V ' - , f - . v , - . Q i - 1 L. n - T 1 v i Q u . i . . ' . , Y Y . . . . M- - . . ., u . .U . ' . O ,I V . . ' , . V . K i 9 Q' it n 9 u . T 9 u - . K . v. . , . 3 l. - I Ya 7 7 Bert-a special cap, mask, chest protector, shin-guards, a bicycle, and an umpire's . . . Y . . . 7 . 4 . r . , ' I 7 ' Y! . , .. . V V Q . . . . , . ,, , . . .u, - ' 7 'va I 1 ' , 1 . , A . ' 1 . 7 I Y v . ' , . vi Y ., . . , A .. . L , . 8 , 'n . l . . - ' . K A , , , U : v 4" . - V l ' , . . . , SS ' ' ' . ,U . - v v S U '- ' v -, v yin 4 ' 'S ' Q y 1 S Ar 1' vv ' 1 - a . v n it x ' 'A '. v 1 , Y ' , , an ' , , H CLASS WILL John Heiken gives up his ability to give unprepared speeches in Speech Class to Carol Ann Geers and Joy Bittner. We can disclose this fact since the year is over. Beverly Argo and "Chigger" Lyons leave their standing pass at the Pere Marquette Lounge to Eva Stromberger' and Roger Griffith Mary Lu Imhoff leaves the edrtorshrp of the Hornet to Luke Rastetter More fun more fun Carroll James and Connie Slverly leave their special booth at Mikes to Vrrgrnra Willis and Gene Collins Nancy Flanagan and Kav Potts leave their Jobs on the huskers down at Libby s to Darlene Adams and Harriet Meyers You may decline this offer rf' you like corn and still want to like rt at the end of the summer Iourse Horn leaves her ability to get along with college men to Audrey Brubaker Clvot that you need rt Audreyj I eland Zimmerman leaves hrs baby blue eyes and lovable smile to Richard Stoller To Mary Krumholz Iorrame Schreber leaves a book on How to Apply Chains on Large Vehicles rn Three Easv Lessons This rs for the benefit of the bus drivers who need their strength to drlve Helen Schacherbauer leaves her knack of making every day a holiday from study ing to Jerry Knapp w ho doesn t need rt Luann Bittner gives her Job as announcement carrier to Maxine Srv erly and Delores Cordes This way you always know the news first Ioretta Whrtmer bequeaths her talent to get a Bow ald to Donald Brubaker CWhat Bowalds do you know 'J Eldon Ulrich wills his manly physique to Jim O Marah To all those who aren t as fortunate as Jim Eldon leaves this adv rce All you need IS Charles Atlas and time Kenny Knapp and Robert Taylor obtain the abrlrty to make the girls swoon from Gene Fisher Says Gene You Just have to know how to do it Bob Kaiser leaves his seat in history class to Daryl Nichols Ben Grreder leaves hrs pitching arm to Sue Johann Ben wants to remind us that rt s good for other things besides pitching milking a cow' Tom Fav leaves his manv wise cracks to Walter Kuebler From Carol Ogden to Anna Lou Buenger goes the slang phrase How to get him and then keep him Jane Brown leaves her first place rn the sparkle parade to Nancy Gerber Jane re marks I can really blind em now Amv Iathrop leaves her hootchy cootchy dance to Tom Klaus This will be help ful rn starting a dancing school rn Indra Don Ummel at last gives away hrs freckles to llae Sandstrom Don says to tell you that rf you be real good they may leave He wasnt that fortunate lWe sus pect he wasn t that goody Ed Knecht leaves hrs round about answers rn history and flair for getting by with them to Gerry Zimmerman Brice Hallam finally has to give up hrs sleeping habits rn English IV to Vrc Fehr Jerrv Crawford leaves hrs all night Job at thc Tevc rco Station to Eugene Detwerler and Brll Tower He leaves this rob to two people rnsteacl of one because Jerry feels he does the Job of mrnv To Fr ink Reeser goes the blonde hrrr of Rosrc N rn Dvke Sure wrsh we could be around to see the change Elunc King rnd Carrie Iou Knrpp lerve their posrtrons it Pusy Corner to Nlrdr Knapp and Jrnrce NIcG1lv uy Wrlmr Yoders hrstorv outline goes to ll altcr IX oosley This will come rn vcry h lndv thc last fevv davs of the semester WIITX Hinshaw leaves her flaming rcd hair to Ron rld Th rcker Don Nixon will hrs prrfe -Xngus herfer to Doreen Zimmerman Ruth Householters new red paJ ima go to Bob XX ettstern This may be 1 drscom fort for Bob as thev mu shrrnk after vv rshrng John Wettstern lerves hrs mighty laugh to Eul ene Trbor Srvs John laugh like me Heh Heh Heh Norma Neuhauser le av es her positron as chief housekeeper rn Home Ec to Ida Mae Steffen Bob Johann Just leaves fThank Goodness'J L 1 , 1 -Y 1 1 N 1 ,, 1 1 1 L L Ll. 1 ' ' 1 ' 7 1 L L L L1 , L L . 1 1 1 . 1 . 7 , 1 4 Y L' L 1 A 1 1 7 S H 1 , L . 1 V .H 1' 1 1 Y L V L L1 L L L . 1 V v , 1 1 1 . 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' 1 ' 1 1 1 U ' 2 . . f - f g 2 . 2, , z 73 y v v - , 1 1 1 1 1' ' 1 1 ' 1 ' L L' L 1 L L 1 L L 1 L L 1 CLASS PROPHECY May 20 1972 On the exenlng of May 28 1972 I attended the 20th annual reumon of the class of 1952 at the skyhne cafe on the roof of the Eureka Hotel As I talked w1th the now 1nternat1onally famous members of the class I dlscovered many 1nterest1ng facts con cernmg the1r 11ves and careers As I chatted w1th Beverly Argo I found that she and Sam Oesch are now assoclated w1th the mortuary buslness of Otto Argo and Oesch at Danvers Says Bee Well I must be shovehng off D1ck Damel ahas Lazy IS st1ll vsorklng hard trylng to avold work Long shot Loretta Whltmer IS now center for the Harlem Globe Trotters Jane Brown IS the manager of a glass manufactur1ng company makmg genulne lmported A 1 OVGTSIZG dlamonds for d1str1but1on to Woolworth s Bob Kalser has finally marr1ed the helress to the automoblle buslness Miss Frazer Wllma Yoder IS st1ll trylng to figure out how she got 103 on one of Mr MaJor s hlS tory tests Tom Fay IS now presldent of the Commerclal Fertlllzer Manufacturlng Company Thelr motto Sell It qulck and spread lt th1ck Ruth Householter and Norma Neuhauser have developed a holeless doughnut now belng sold at Kresge s dlme store Janet Selvey 1S danclng lnstructor ln the Belglan Congo teachlng young Afrlcan glrls how to Jltterbug Eldon Ulrlch has finally put h1s baby face and hls b1g blue eyes to work as a cover boy for Chlld L1fe Don Nlxon IS edltor ln chlef of True Confesslons magazlne H1s latest Serlal story IS Why I Prefer Redheads Harold Hohuhn IS carrymg on h1S famlly s work wlth a sllght change to hedges On a blllboard south of town I read Buy Hohulln s Hlgh Hedges for Homey Homes Emll Sandstrom and Kenneth Plper are runnlng compet1t1on Wlth each other 1n the Peol 13 stock car races Loulse Horn Elalne Kmg and Carrle Lou Knapp are now proprletors of the new enlarged Busy Corner Cafe whlch IS now a contmuous constructlon extendlng from Good field to Deer Creek They operate a whole chaln of restaurants 1n the Umted States Canada and southern Spam Ch1gge1 Lyon has succeeded Fred Astalre as danclng kmg He st1ll finds tlme to gne p11x ate lessons to glrls between the ages of ten and one hundred Connle S1X81lj now IS a Patucla Stevens model modellng dlesses for Newberry s 1n P60113 Calol Ogden has Just publlshed her latest 1omant1c nox el How to Go Steady Wlth Two Men at the Same Time Gene F1she1 was marued yesterday for the sex enth tlme Gene Sald Ive had a llttle tough luck Lo11a1ne Schlebel and Madalyn XI yss ale lunnlng a bus llne from Crugel to Wash lngton and Metamora Thelr fleet of 26 buses is qulte busy s1nce the foundlng of sev eral C1 uge1 depaltment stoles Ben G11ede1 IS now featu1ed w1th his daredeul motolcy cle act at the Wolld s Fa1r bemg held ln Lou 61 Slobbox 1a , . 7 . . 1 1 , . y ' ' u ra u y v - 9 ! , ' as . . . . 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CLASS PROPHECY Kay Potts and Rosemary Van Dyke are manufacturing halr dyes for use with home permanents For personal use ROSIC prefers the Jet black and Kay uses the baby blonde Carroll James IS now a dlsk Jockey on his own rad1o stat1on 1n Eureka President of the United States Don Ummel has Just announced h1s 1ntent1ons to take barltone lessons from the concert art1st Mary Hinshaw As I talked with the last of these famous people John W6ttStelD I find that he IS now understudy for Charles Atlas He has acquired World w1de fame as Burly Bru1ser Wettsteln Marllyn Denler graduated from Cruger Un1vers1ty summa cum laude maJor1ng 1n home economlcs She perfected methods for poachlng eggs three ways John Helken IS teachlng Journallsm at the Lnlverslty of Ill1no1s and is the advlsor to several authorlzed student publlcatlons Nancy Flanagan has assumed her father s pos1t1on as Justlce of the peace Says Nancy always a brldesmazd Gene Selvey has finally advanced to a scrub 1n the Unlted States Navy Mrs Mlke Knapp the former Luann Blttner and her husband are raising hybrid ragweed on their 965 acre farm near Goodfield a boom1ng metropolls of nearly ten m1ll1on populatlon BTICG Hallam IS now starring in a new movle called The B1g Cl1nch a film 1n terpretlng natne l1fe on the Rlvlera Mary Lu Imhoff 1S now s1ng1ng first bass for the Congerv1lle Crooners Assoclatlon Bob Johann 1S runnlng a used car lot ln San Antonio Texas When I v1s1ted him 1111 Sahn Antonso I arr1ved 1n tlme to hear him exclalm Ah tell you an old couple owned t IS ere car Ed Knecht is a salesman of genulne 1mported white mouse fur Jackets made ln Peoria Jerry Crawford has opened a garage to service h1S new 1nvent1on It IS a llght YVe1ght auto and IS expected to take the place of the Henry J He has named hlS inven tion the Jerry C Frances Crlder and her husband Ted are manufacturing toy teddybears for t1ny tots Barbara Baner has 1I1Y6I1t6d a new perfume called March Em to Matrimony or Bang' Bang' I Gotcha' Before graduatlng from Eureka College Amylu Lathrop marr1ed a m1ll1ona1re Says Amy Who needs an education Leland Zlmmerman has opened a bachelors club and has started a drive to 1ncrease membershlp One of the first to apply was Helen Schacherbauer - an- av u ' ! n . . . . . . . . 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" 's 'B - SENIOR FLUNK DAY Brrght and e rrly Q8 003 on the mornrng of XX ednesclax October 3 an exceptronallw energetrc Cas alwaysl senror clrss left rts beloxed surround rngs of ECHS for Starred Rock State Park Lpon ar rrsrng at 9 30 after a not too borsterous bus rrde ex eryone oounded out and headed for the gr eat Starred Rock rtself Puffrng and pantrng by the trme they reached the top all enroyed the scenery of rocks sand rrxer and trees Nlanv prctures were taken of the autumn trnged surroundrngs and of other mrraculous srghts fmostlv other senrorsjl Berng yery adxenturous the groups soon clrmbed and slrd down thrs rock to explore other regrons The class splrt up rnto smaller groups and each went rts own way seerng how ex er pr actrcally the same thrngs bv the end of the day Of course the couples went fir st to Loy ers Leap but after lookrng down sex eral hunched feet to rocks and water decrcled not to be so sacrrficrng as to leap The Wrshrng Well was a very popular attractron vrsrted by many Those who cared to walk great drstances w ent to see Horseshoe Falls Horseshoe Canyon Jacobs Ladder the Dexrls Bathtub and the Xl rtches Krtchen Host everyone was eatrng hrs sack lunch and drrnkrng pop at 12 00 noon although the stars ed were eatrng as early as 11 00 After drnner a warrety of actrx rtres took place Among them w ere further exploratrons the Boat Excursron and ball playrng A great number assembled at the spacrous lodge where they could wrew on TV the Dodger Grant Champronshrp grme rn the VK orld Serres"" The baby grand offered the rcle 11 opportunrty for a marestrc mock w ed drng As alw ays some lrkecl to relax Just lookrng at magavrnes and form mg com ersatronal groups on the xeranda Some women s clubs w ho w ere plawrng cards seemed slrghtly drsconcerted at all the actu 1t5 XX hen 4 '30 came around rt w as a race to the buses so that each could clrrm hrs or her or rgrnal se rt The trrecl but happy Senrors returned to Eureka then to rest up for another strenuous dar of school 1' 1 1 1 1 1 ' ' , , 1 c c . 1 N , , A1 N1 L1 K 1 L K1 1 1 2 k1A1 A1 1 L1 1 - K1 1 1 1 1 1. 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BaCC3lal1l'Cat6 and C:0II1IJ1CI'lCCIIlCI1t The Baccalaureate Servlce for the graduatlng class of 19o2 was held ln the Fureka Chr1st1an Church on Sunday evenlng May 25 at elght oclock The hlgh schools a capella cholr furnlshed mus1c for the occa slon and Rev George Kmsman dehvered the Baccalaureate sermon The aud1tor1um of the hlgh school was the scene of the Commence ment Exercxses whlch were held on Thursday evenmg May 29 at exght oclock The address was presented by Rex Angus Hull pastor of the F1rst Baptlst Church 1n Peorla Mr Cable presented the Good C1t1zensh1p DAR and Whltman awards and the bond award to the Sophomore w1th the hlghest average T E W1gg1ns presldent of the school board awarded the dlplomas The mus1c for the recesslonal and pxocessxonal was furmshed by the hlgh school orchestra There were also other vocal numbers Iumor Semor Banquet One of the blg annual events the Jumor Sen1or Banquet was held on the evenlng of May 16 n1neteen hundred and fifty two 1n the Chr1st1an Church Parlsh Hall at SIX thlrty oclock The Jumors chose a Chlnese theme for the1r Banquet Inv1tat1ons were sent out by the Jumor Class to all the faculty school board bus drlvers Senlor class members and extra guests They were all made on black paper 1n the shape of a Chmese lantern The decoratlon of the Parlsh Hall conslsted of Chlnese lamps and w1ster1a At the entrance of the Hall a pagoda was bu1lt The tables were decorated w1th centerpleces whlch conslsted of Mlng trees and Chlnese figurlnes Napklns place cards and programs w ere made to cor respond w1th the theme The souvemrs gn en by the Jumors were fans for the girls and chop stlcks for the boys Twenty four Sophomores dressed m Chlnese attlre served the meal After the meal a program was provlded as well as Ch1nese muslc durmg the meal . , . ,, v . . . . . J 1 1 , . , . . . 0 K L ' . . . . . Y - . 1 1 1 , y . . , . . . . . . . . . . V v 1 1 1 . . . ., , . O O 4 . . - . Y 1 1 , - . . . , . . . . . 1 1 1 1 1 - . . . V . . . Y . . Y . . . 1 . . . Y - - 1 Y. . .v . v . , ., . ' 1 1 ' Y . . . 1 I 'Sq- 1 Wfdmmw '-v.. Q14 it inn . Y..t,pf - Alu TOP ROV! - Don Nixon- Curlyheads. Helen Schacherbauer- That 1' m . Nancy Flanagan- Okay Folks. John Heiken- Not so many years ago. Barbara Baner- Where do we go. Mary Lu Imhoff- Don't Bump Me. Amylu Lathrop- Baby Face. lNorm'i Neuhauser- Lookie a new dress. Gene and Janet- Our first portrait. Luann Bittner- Bashful Tubby. Marilyn Denler- A cute little stinker. Kay Potts- She was bashful then. Dick Daniel- Dickie sunningf TK xxx T., 2 New mi if? 4' -I1 'Isl' 5 111 "Warren and hls pr1de," 121 'lWll1lS'S bank account," 13 41 "Th1s boy am 1ndustr1ous," 151 Merlyn and calf," 161 "He IS almost too big for you," 171 "Are you afrald of hlm Melv1n"" 181 'KTWIHS huh?" 191 "Hang on to hlm boy"' 1101 "Lonesome"" 1111 What happened to the rear, Sauder?" 1121 "Half a beef won't do much good," 1131 "Is the sun too brxght for you, D1ck"" ' ' M? e "V Q . ' , ,,..g fig fd ff , Q , ,,,, 4 ff? 7 W ' ' M f if ' 1 f 1 4 Y ' Y? J 41314, " "f 3' ' y , 4,1 ,,, 4' f 2, 1 4 ,Z 1 -Q X . A' 3.40-9' . 14 fy .4 s. . ., 5.1 ' Y 1 1 , - v .W , , 3- A Q, y ,,, ,W 23 11,14 4-Lwffpgfk 5, Y MQ' if M Jiwg 55,5 A , 3' 'MF '4 V -M 1 , 1 Uv J aan' 5, - sr ,. . 6 . 1, . JUNIORS K-XX'- Q.. g 'fy XL Ava Tfx 4 X W fXA ,XNQ4 ,fl x 2 1 X l 44 L g, Xe? jJn9-'s',sf.:gfQ-- ' "fe: - if 'qliigffig fz 'Sig uf. .7 wr . 4- ,,,, , -..- I 'V' I A I, U . 'fly I l If . X f fi , x . AA f I I , 4 Z' fr 7.3-pi X! , ' -' ,Wy . 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'V F Xl' f I - X . -1- gf 4 X - W , Nw .A ' ,I xY:'F, X t ' x " A V ,l, I, 61 Nt ' I I SRF ww. to K gem 36 -it A11 Whlton Sherman W 'alter Woosley 'llarllyn Kdams J'1nlce WIcGllwary P1 esldent Xue Plesulent Sccxetfuy Treasurer JUNIOR CLASS HISTGRY The Jumor Class entered E C H S m the fall of 1949 and w ere put under the wlng of Mr Parr1sh and Mr Ph1lllpS The1r chlef actnlty was gettlng used to the1r new status as hlgh school students They were led by Frank Reeser Durlng the1r Sophomole year they were gulded by Mr Parrlsh and Mlss Norrlngton as advlsors and were under the leadershlp of Sue Johann They handled concesslons at the Dlstrlct Muslc Contest and checked coats at games In the1r Junlor wear they were headed by Mllton Sherman They were 1n charge of all concesslons at games superylsed noon sales, and undertook the productlon of a play w1th Mlss Harrod's axd, "Men Are Llke Street Cars " Thelr advlsors were: Mr Hammond and Mxss Douglas. My U' X ' L V . , 1 A . Q Y .X i I 'K H V 3, , Lf sq.- - V Q Dir Q YH ZELE: , . :I 4. I . ff .. - -af, . 2 A I I s Y A I 1 K A Q V - B I I Y. 1 1 xw' ' x u I 1 ls . . . . , . . . 4 . Y. v V . . ' . . 1 v v . . . ' 1 1 . v . 1 . Y A Y . i C . . , A l A'- V . v . . 1 1 1. 3 Y 12.51 ., I mg 1' 5' rQ't ld Ml TOP ROW Dallene Adams Wllma Ales SECOND ROW Yvonne Ammerman Joy Blttner Davxd Bowald THIRD ROW Audrey Brubakel Donna Brubaker Anna Lou Buengel Gene Colllns FOURTH ROW Deloxes Cordes,R1chard Crawford Gene Detwexlm Kenny Dovel Vlctor Fehr BOTTOM ROV! Louls Felguson Calol Geers Joe Genre Nancx Guber, R0g6l Grlffith 44" ' f , ' ' - -A Gdnndr dd l , VL n XT? -J' - rj, M.: .-. y I 5 1 9 M Q T ' 1 'af , , A A f T A ., fy ow ' V G 4 ' ,Vi fm f A 'FL Qin. A , I H ,,"' , 3.5, J, 'hz' V .S .TX A W I I 4 I if :IV . If KA . ,bll T V. ' , 7 . . y I v - L V 'v 1 '1 . - 1 ' l x r . 'v 1 . Y- ' . , , , y D, , . . ' . 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A - xwflnn. 4-5-xi..Xj' P 'DQ' r G 'Gu ish Xa. QQ' TOP ROW Mae Sandstrom, Harold Sauder, Maxme Slverly, John Smlth, Jun Stalter fm- 7 hgx -'lla SECOND ROW Ida Mae Steffen, Rlchard Stoller, Eva Stromberger, Eugene Tabor, Bob Taylor THIRD ROW Ronald Thacker, B111 Tower, Bob Wettstem, Warren Whxte Vxrglma Wxlhs FOURTH ROW Doreen Zlmmerman, Geraldme Zlmmerman, Shlrley Schumacher BOTTOM ROW Dlck Mlller rm , fi ,Q 5 . i V if f r 'Q my W 1 'ZW ,,ao:, W 5'-'FW' f an O L.. ur 'ac f ' T a aa D e 4 f T-M. X V vm ? taxis V , I cb "x 'A .,., , wx 1 R . ei V X .,k . I ,Q ,sf 4 Q 5. L 'K Q l f 1 5 41 -Q,. A 1 .-..:-L I 1 Q ? ' 4 Q he ,eeele O 1 R f N. l ,-, Y I A I ' if. V - if ,,. Q , , V 4,A . x V I " EM ,, 'K lr e 1 R he he 11 ' Q' l SOPHOMORES xff fri? ' 2 X x UM Af x NI X f 'X ff!! X X ff!Q,Z' fkffq' ff! .f , W Af f , f fl!! Fi A V F , 121 X, ' mf! x I ,ff IW! -U ' 7 , ,f K, if Xa I If ,ff K fu L! X 1 N X ,W l W, Q X 1 7 In N 1 -c' 'RC vu eorge Ihmn xllglllll lxx lllc I unc Irml Bow nld L 141 c um aut 'Ina ur SOPHOMORE CLASS HISTORY GQIEQI is premdent mth M1 Phllllps md Mlss Detweller as adueoxs The lmportant exent of the wear xv IS the annual 1n1t1at1on by the Senlors Thex h id two semeeter class partles and went through the DIOCQSN of gradual cond1t1on1ng as haxe all former freshman classes When they became Sophomores George Thorn was elected presldent Nllss Clark and Mr Ph1ll1ps were thelr adxlsors Among then cl.Ct1Xltl9S was the sponsorlng of the Teachers Instltute dmner and to g,a1n extra funds they plcked up corn IH the fall The Sophomore gxrls placed first 1n the volleyball tournament and second ln the mtra mural glrls basketball conteet fs 5 . is ' S ia"- y S we N H I lr W' " 15" r " at 1 I A 5 x ' 4 1. G Y " ' ""' 'z 'zrl ' k 'aj x 2 'z Pr ls' l -nt Yicl Pros' l -nt Sn- - ' - ury ' sr 'L1' The class of '54 was led their freshman year by Melvin l 7 v 2 N1 u' , v' 1. I 1 sy Z l .Inq v . 1 1 K1 v'g1 :Lvl l 1 v nv u ve 51 v 1 v v rl a l l l f v , . , C Q., , L, . if .ff ' ' ' . 1 ' I ' ' , ' . . T . ' . , ., . , N 37 ,A nv IS. 'QI' nj A-...as 191 4' ff .Sf hi 86 .nf""' .1-R. TOP ROW Verne Bachman Dlck Baner Roma Bartlovs Dons SECOND ROW M313 Lynn Brown Jacqumot Collms Luana THIRD ROW Jlm Danhof Maly Darst Jim Frellchs Rae Jean Galbel Blunler rmder Evelxn Crump Gelger FOURTH ROW Bob Gresham Edlth Glusv Jane Haltter Ruby Herbelger Jane Helken BOTTOM ROW Nancy Herichel Sam Hohuhn Dorothv Imhoff Paul James Ardxth Kauffman 'Q O T -i ,-l J , A D U' . V A I J , . ? - V. , ' ,j. ' I Q :Vf.4.4l,:.' - -,. x V 1 . '51 ef . A - Q i . 1 in. J V ,:..'- :- I Q , J A N V -J HR i . iii ..., M v V.: J If J M ,,, O q Q.: ,e , J J J e V T X T R s ee u , fi- W , Z - ,J J V z ':', Q 1' f ,..'- J V .n.,, , QR 6 N AE 'G X ' I , ,- X: I J 1 V A ' X - - " - X AQ, M Q, K J 1 Y 4572 5 Q we 5 g if 1. I 154. W8 'iff' 'ang 31" 'Z TOP ROW Gene Keldel Ernest Knecht Bob Leman Jerry Lyons Mary McCutcheon SECOIND ROV! Eldon McLaughl1n Donald Mason Isolan Meyer Bonme Nixller Carolyn Mlller THIRD ROW Margxe Mxller Conme Nloecker Janet Pease Carolyn Purdy Lols Reeser FOURTH ROW Dxck Reesman B111 Romersberger Sherry Rosslter Barbara Roth Dorothy Sandstrom BOTTOM ROW Mmme Schlupp, Margery Selvey, Mane Selvey, Ga1l Sewell, Bxll Stansbury M O T A91 5 u I ' -L , , A. -9 lx ' "' V : ' 1712 V my I . l fa' 5 L 5 3 ,f I ,fi I '. .' I ,' " ' l i yf n,,Q ---o T, 6 Q . . 'V e , 7 Q .T f em' V fl , ,, in gl , . A I P T O 'l i i OA VD ' f F -5 W 5 R 4 Ol 'l-lx, . 5 5- f, O 3 yy Q To I N new W9 M WR 'Q if V ' E ,A7 U x 'QQ 'vw 'B TOP ROW-Jim Stewardson, Kenneth Tabor, Madolyn Tanner, lllargarct Taylor, Janice Ulrich. SECOND ROW-Ronnie VVabQl, Glenn Vfcttstein, Willis Wettstcin, Wilma Wettstein, Wayne Whittington THIRD ROW-Catherine Wilson, Carroll Zimmerman, Gladys Zimmerman. 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' Q 'O Q 6 AX' A 'ln ai he ' ffm 36 6-4 N'v'4 TOP ROW B1lI5 Hamllton Ronald Hammond 'Nlallene Halttel Bob Heyl Fred Hlndman SECOND ROW P03l1HOUSLh01t6l Shaxon Janssen Rlta Klumholz Dorothy Kueblel Rosle 'Niartmez THIRD ROW Mau 'Nlaltlme John 'Nhkel Don Nlorelancl Flank Nlyels Rozanna WICGIDDIS FOURTH ROW Douglas Neuull Dallcng Neuhausu Clulce Ogden Ina Nlae Owen Joyce PfQffll'lg'91 BOTTOM ROW Hlldled Polth Betsy Roehm Bob SCTIICDLI Peggy Schumm Tom Sherman 4 1 X a J v, .JJ ' 1 X Ax W ' J AJR-f O " f J V. v ig' .Q if 'H 1 J 'rf 'Y' .1 -0 , 5 . ...' w i' W' I -4 2 , XX 177 ' A Q Q ' H ' -If ff'- '1' ' Z X -7 '.. 174. 'TQ 1 . Y I x y - ' ' ly v r A ' - . , -, f . , ' . Y ., ' ,QA .tv A . ' ' , A ' , . y .1 A v . , A ' ' I - 'g'z"', "1--' LP, 'Q' , A ' , ' 'Q ' ' ' r y K' ' A X 'J V 9 ' - An-can 'iv in 41. :ET f frff fl TOP ROW Colnelle Sldes Donna Smgleton Bob Smlth Nolma Spence: Geltlude Stdgel SECOND ROW Lang Staltel Dlane Stembelg JCIIQ Stevsazdson Bettv Stewalt Jo Anne Stlm al in WM., nls4""' al" 53-4 'Y' I ,ur L, Aa Q 'ns vs X- nu.,- S-gl' KX amp 'C'-f .W new-51 'fi THIRD ROW Russell Stollel Lau letta TBUIICI B1lly TTBXQI Jacquelme Trans Pat Van Scyoc FOURTH ROW LZIIW Vlabel Mau W3tk1HQ Donald Whltmel Barbala Wlllls Rogel Wllder BOTTOM ROW Ium Vloelfle A W R G R Q a V I . J A f T, 'S ' O ' R - nw . ' O .,,l: Ti nzl ef ' . ' R T fiflf ' N :" ' W .as 35 R , , Q h , ff: 1.. , 4 ib A ' Q ' . U , 1 ' 4 , , . In h ' A: ' . ,,., ix I I Y T ' ' . A fr lg ' ., 5? I '1 . Q R 'W . fm ' mmm' A I .T 353- . A V r t , A 1 er, , ' x . ,..,. . ,, AV V - ' fi ' A U V. , I A - Vi E., ' , I V "Jw A ,, fr i 1 . X 1 V ' , W, ,W W , Si ff? . L - - - '- - A - -J . ' I ' f R f 'f . ' .. Y. , ' ' H ff fs" H - . . . . .y ' f fq,,- 1 - . .J ' V .-, A ' . , .- y v . , Q - AV, ' ., .. 7 . , , x. . .K . . y V . i ,QQ 22 FV SFHUMQ5 fffff W 6 rw H352 -Q A 1: , af L-if-'1 is " CX I-3, I 'Ui X Xml 1 ,,, X La. f ' f, 4 A 8 X lx J A2 YQ. N Q .ea EX' .V , ,N -1 rs Q ' 1 ,uv , v gn.. , TX f Nw . J lx :J Q f Nh 2, 0 ix X , I ff F N R 5 6 'aj 1 x X N ' 53, x A . L ' ' CHEERLEADERS JLNIOR SENIOR Left to Rlght XIIIIIXII Adame Audlcx Bzubflkel Cmm Selxu Buerlg Argo Cfuol Ogden PPI' KHNI-XX NUFHUNIOPP , - . Av - . ' A K, -C--v ,.,.j -.J , ,y Y , , , . . , . . .. . . . -., . . .-f 1.1-fttwIiig'ht-1'1f1mi4- Nfwc'kf'r'. f'121l'iC4' Ugfif-11, I-Iciith G1'L1s1.',.-Xlwiith Kzxuffmnn. Mzxry Lynn Bmxvn. FOOTBALL ,, A ' . . 4 , .,,x J 1 '1 s. 1 sf ,Q ,f 'ca E mf 731 an 1 A L' A is IA LOUIS FERGUSON VICTOR FEHR LOUIS FERGUSON Captam 1951 Captaln elect 1952 Most Valuable Player 51 Front Row Dlck Payne Walter Woosley Melvln Gelgel Ronald Thacker J1m St6W31dSOI'l Donald Moreland Walter Kuebler Second Row Bob Heyl Ronnle Janssen Jlm Lyons V1c Fehl Louls Fel guson Mllton Sherman Roger Grlfiith Bob Johann Harold Sauder Joe Genre Thlrd Row Rlchard Stoller Frank Reeser Paul James Davld Bowald Jerry Knapp Rlchard Crawford Chris Koehl Dlck Damel Larry Wabel Fred Hlndman Mr Parrish Fourth Row Coach Walllck Bob Brubakel Wayne Whlttlngton Dlck Baner Lee Greenberg Kenneth Dovel Donald Whltmer John Mlkel Eu gene Tabor Ray Prlce Benny Brubaker Franklln Gerber Name Dlck Damel Bob Johann Jlm Lyons Melvm Gelger Roger Grlfhth Frank Reeser Harold Sauder Paul James Rlchard Crawford 'i'Lou1s Ferguson QV1ctor Fe Mllton Sherman David Bowald Chrls Koehl Ronme Janssen 1'Capt 51 Football Year Senlor Senior Senlor Soph J unlor J umor J umor Soph J unlor J urnor J unlor J unlor J unlor Senxor J umor QCapt 52 Football 'Played Welght 1 16714 130 Helght Posltxon 10 lk 2 1056 Y only part of season ' ' uhvvww-------- YYYY- -ii-- --ii-YxY ' 57 77 ' 150 6' RE ' ,7......7,,.....,,7,..,.7,...',.r.,,.. ' 156 6' 1" RT ' ' ......,,,...,,......,,,,,..,,. . 143 5' 41! " C ' ' ..,,,....r,,,7.,..,,..,,...,,,,. ' 202 5' 10" LT ' 127 5' 5'6" HB Jerry Knapp ..,,1,............. ,s....r re,, J u nior 133 5' 6" il-IB , ' 208 5' " T . 154 5' 11" C ' D ........,ss.. rrrc...se. ' 149 5' 9" LE D ..s,fssss,...., ...r.ss.ss ' 140 5' 4" FB E hr ............,,..,f,.ee...r.s.,.. ' 150 5' 8" RG ' 5' 11 ' LG I ' ........1...........s , .....,s... ' 157 5' 10" LG " 'l ..A..s........7V....,......r7s.. ' 150 5' 8" HB , .,........rss....c..c. , .s..ss ' 5' 8" QB 7ifaQ"3mindf -ctkssvvunun -'lf PII' J'-"'i-1'-'tl 'KWH fam 'nr vw. ,l Wrlfuiiff Que' ri--2 an-nr NI Iilxlll an N101 ton Chllllcothe 'Het 1111013 Dunlap Top Row QL to Rl Ronnxe Janssen Paul Jame Jelly KYVIDP Duck Dan1el Center Row Fmnk W' M' 1 ""'t Reese: Bob Johann 'Nhlton Shelmwn Dave Boxsald R1Cl'l'llll Cmvs fou Bottom Row DH151 Nxchols Halold Sauder Jim Lx ons Melvm Gelgel Farmmgton 14 Washlngton 43 El Paso- 6 Tremont 8 a Most Valuable Play Cl ol Louls Ferguson an 1 l B ' 1 4 4 -U V x ,Q L , 'M x 5 , -. J a'-- -W . s 1 of 1 1 W' X f 1 1 JJlJ JJ 1 ff ,?, ' I K 3 I V' ' 1. H V ,. V A M 5 i K- J, ,,Jls 1 so sl.. F. 1.1 e eew 3 l Eureka Opponents ' 423 - z z '- 6 - Q -lvl ivf A 0 A - - 6 -. af f ,.,,- , 1 . ' W 0 ' - X.. 24 1 2'., -- .. Q i 6 . 2 ' - 0 V i ,I Q 33 1 18 fx- ..,l W W Y V Jia Y Y V-N. .l,, ff 4 . 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BASKETBALL Y Top Row Kenneth Burrell, Dlck Reesman Nolan Meyer George Thorn, Bob Smlth Ronme Wabel Jlm Frerlchs B111 Romersberger, Melvm Gelger Bob Brubaker, Tom Sherman Jerry Lyons Mr Par r1sh asslstant coach Center Row Coach Wa111ck Bob Heyl, Kenneth Tabor B111 Traver Rmchard Craw ford Jlm Lyons, Eldon Ulrxch, Em11 Sandstrom, Joe Genre Davxd Bowald Billy Hamllton, manager Bottom Row Bob Johann Jerry Knapp, Ronme Janssen Kenny Knapp, Jlm OMarah Tom Klaus Dlck Payne, Frank Reeser Player Year FG FTA FTM FTW Game J lm O Marah 11 8 Ronme Janssen Bob Johann Jlm Lyons Dlck Payne Eldon Ulrich Tom Klaus Jerry Knapp Kenny Knapp Joe Genre Frank Reeser Rlchard Crawford 0 4 "'Mllt0D Sherman 'Played only port of season Team Alumm Washburn Benson Washmgton Morton Tremont E1 Paso Metamora Farmmgton Washburn Roanoke Chllllcothe 42 They 349 Team They 'Mmonk Benson Dunlap Roanoke Tremont E1 Paso Metamora Washlngton Macklnaw Dunlap """Spau1d1ng Totals 64 'Woodford County Tournament "'Reg1ona1 Tournament I . 7 1 K 1 .1 21 117"'2D" 15 '99 ! ! , J v 1 1 - ' I i 7 , 1 1 9 ' 1 GP TP ' ' ........,.,,........,,.,......,. '53 23 108 92 56 272 61 . ' ,......,........,.,,.....,, . '53 23 72 98 48 192 49 8.3 '52 22 27 42 16 70 38 3.2 ' ............,.,,..............,.,.,.,. '52 22 18 29 3 39 10 1.8 ' - .....,..., - .....,.,..,,,.,....... '53 20 26 31 17 69 55 3.5 ' ........,,...................... '52 20 8 26 5 21 19 1.0 .---.L- ...,.........,,......... '53 23 25 56 17 67 30 2.9 '53 20 4 22 6 14 27 0.7 '53 21 6 22 7 19 32 0.9 '53 10 11 21 7 29 33 2.9 '53 16 1 6 1 3 17 0.2 ' ...............,.,.,.... '53 20 3 11 3 9 27 . 5 ' ...,........,....,,.....,. '53 5 0 1 0 0 0 0.0 . 23 309 457 186 804 41 . S E A S O N R E C 0 R D We We ' .,,..,.. - ..,, ---- ........ 36 55 ' , ,,,,.,,...,,..,...,,,.,.... 26 54 20 38 37 74 ' .,............,....... 30 39 ...,.,.,............,..,.,.. 40 55 31 25 42 62 46 56 36 74 30 38 ' 45 62 ' .... - .,,,............ 38 56 ' ....,....,,,..........,,,. 47 66 45 69 37 51 28 49 ' 31 74 ' ' ,..,...,............,... 57 ,s,.,,.,...,,.......,,,,,,,, 804 12 ,,.vs 4 'Iv in., .. -gl, BASKETBALL LETTERMEIN Top Row Dlck Payne Bob Johann J1mO Niarah 'Vhddle Row Jlm Lyons Fldon Uhlch Bottom Row Kenny Knapp Tom Klaus Ronme Janssen lil . . . ,np .-.W ' 1 3, ' fl 4 v 7 1 M ' '. .1 ' - ' , V A 'I . '-' r 1 - - N 0 - .M-WW , X ,f M.: A ' ' ,., ,, v- , ,, I . u ,. . ,J 5' ' A Q V' 3 noun-of-.W-ww All ,K ,Y L ..W,,,,y, f K ?.. . f I A I 5 - 1 5 if ,' ' 1 J . . I 1 BASEBALL lfront Row CL to RJ Bob TBXIOI 'Nlanlgcz Rogel G11P1th Sam Ocsch H11oldHohul1n hd Ixnecht Dlck Dmul Ronnu Jlnssen Center Row Sam Hohulm Jllll qt9XX3.1dSl"Il Jun Lxons Bob Johann Halold Sxuclu Bob DQtXXO1lQ1 Nlinagel T R A C K Front Row QL to RJ JGIIY Stevsaldson Flank Gerbel F1ank1eWoe1tz Bob Smlth Bob SCh1Qb9l Bob Glesham Ernest Knecht Second Row Dlck Danlel Dlck Payne Ronme Janssen Halold Hohulm Walren Whlte Rogel Gufhth Frank Reeser Thxrd Row Coach Walllck Verne Bachman Glen Wettsteln Davld Bowald Jerry Knapp, Louls Ferguson Harold Sauder John Phllllps Davld Hohuhn Ed Knecht Jim OMa1ah Back Row Dlck Banel B111 Trave-,1 Melvm Gelger Bobby Blshop Ronme Wabel B111 Romelsbelgel Bob Taylor V1CtOP Fehl Bob W9ttSt91H Dxck Mlller Merlwn Getz Y. 1 z . n I '-. , r ' ' ', , 11" .' J, C 3 ' .z 1', Vhlcler, Coach P?t1'1'1Sh. Thxrd ROWvFl'21I1k Reeser, Eugene Tabor, B111 R0lHC1'Sb0l'2f01', kenneth Burrell, Gene - ' ', A 1 ' V '. 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'll A .- 1 ' 2 1 1 1 ' , ' ' 1 . - Y i ' ' A A LIBRARIANS FIRST ROW 1Left to Right, Betsy Roehm Mlss VltZthum Mls Douglas Eva Stromberger Sue Bradle SECOND ROW Jo Anne Stlne Mae Sandstrom Jerry Crawfold The hbrarlans Work under the superv1s1on of Mxss Douglas faculty llbfaflan They have g1ven of thelr regular study tlme to check books ln and out and keep the llbrary 1n order NAUTILUS The year 1952 heralded the th11ty first year of publlcatlon for the Nautllus The staff th1S year was comprlsed of elghtg one members from the senlor Junlor and sophomore classes The total membershlp was dlvlded 1nto two d1v1s1ons and each sectlon met at alternate tlmes to pubhsh the b1 monthly ed1t1ons of the paper The edltor of the publlcatxon was Frances Crlder and Mlss Vt1zthum was the faculty sponsor To F3158 money the group conducted a paper drlve ln the fall and sponsored a sprlng bake sale y 7 S J , . ' , ,. 9 1 ' 7 0 ."' . . .Q . . . . Y . . Y- , . .. . Y ... . . . . . 7 , L . 7 NAUTILUS Top Row Dolothx Imhoff Wngmla Kall 'Nlalg Cuder lNancy Herschel Carroll Zlmmexman Jane Helken Jac qulnot Colllns Sam Hohulm John Wettstexn Tom Klaus Kenny Doxel Center Row Janet Pease Exelyn Clump Luana Clawfold Nlaly Daxst Ilma Bowald Wllma Wettsteln Gladys Zlmmelman Man Lynn Blown Balbala Roth Dallenc Adams Cathc-unc Wllson Bottom Row M315 Lu Imhoff Carol Ogden Loretta Whxtmel lNanc5 Flan lpgan Lum Blttncl Tllllllyll Ad lms Joy Blttner Nancy, Gelbel Cfuol Blumel Buclly Argo Top Row Conme 'Noecker Mary McCutcheon Frank Reeser Daud Hohulln Jlm ONIarah Rxchard Stoller Joe Genre Bob Taylor Davld Bowald Nxrglma. WllllS Nancy Hleyl Geraldme Zlmmerman Center Row Mlss Vltz thum Sherry Rossxter Gall Sewell Edlth Grusy Ardlth Kauffman Anna Lou Buenger Sue Johann Eva Strom berger Audrey Brubaker Helen Schacherbauer Carolyn 'Vhller Vlargxe Mlller Jane Hartter Jamce Ulrlch Dorxs Bechtel Margaret Taylor Dorothy Sandstrom Bottom Row Niadel5nWyss Rosemary Van Dyke Barbara Baner Leland Zlmmerman John Helken Frances Crlder Jane Brown Bob Johann Gene Selwey Emxl Sandstrom BAND Front Row Balbara Baner Loretta Whltmer Mary C11de1 Janet Eastman Mr Saxton Betsy Roehm Carol Ulrich Sharon Janssen Frances Crlder Ina Mae Owen Second Row Edith Grusy Dorothy Sandstrom Mauan Smith Madelyn Grusy Luana Crawford Dick Reesman Susie Potts Irma Bowald Janet Selvey Margery Selvey Shirley Schumachel Richard Crawford Ronald Hammond Vlfglnla Willis Donna Singleton Bonnie Miller Nancy Gerber Third Row Nolan Myers Jim Frerlchs Bob Leman Jim Stewardson Luke Rastetter Gene Detweiler Gene Selvey Dorothy Im Sam Hohulm Anna Lou Buenger Back Row Barbara Scharp Sue Johann Jean Allen Larry Stalter Sally Roehm Susie Crawford Vlfglnla Karl Nancy Miller The school band has fifty three membeis fiom both the hlgh school and Dax enpoit G1 ade School The band d11GCt8Cl by M1 Saxton reheai sed tvuce weekly and gave sexeial performances Among these were D10 grams for the outlying d1st11ct glade schools and an assembly for the ECHS student body The band membels attended the W oodfoid County Band Festival at Metamoia on Aprll 25 They iepiesented Eureka at the d1st11ct band contest held at Chllllcothe April 99 l l L ' 9 Q 1 ' 'l ly 1 - r 1 l I v D 1 ' 1 D J I J . 1 7 Q 7 . I . 7 7 ! ! . .D ' . 7 Y . . . . ., . Y . . , 2 . - , . D 7 I . 1 r I 9 7 " hoif, Mary Hinshaw, Bill Romersberger, LeRoy Clark, Mary Darst, Catherine Wilson, Frank Woertz, D ! ' l Q 7 I 1 , , . , . . . , . " Y A I ' Q l N ' 4' J ' J 4' 1 l . C ' K 4 c c . ' 4. ' . , - . CHORUS A CAPPELLA CHOIR TOP ROW 'Nlary Cllder Nancy Flanagan Yuglnla karl Rosemary Wan Dyke Gene Selyey Dxck Baner Leland Zlmmelman kenneth Dovel Frances Crxder Loretta VS hxtmer CENTER ROW MISS Clark Harrlet Nleyerb Janet Selvey Connie Noecker Jerry Crawford Rlchard Crawford Harold Hohulm Ed Knecht Mary Hmshavs Amylu Lathrop Barbara Baner BOTTONI ROW Helen Schacherbauer Niary WIcCutcheon Janet Pease Bob Johann Sam Hohulln Gene Keldel Tom Sherman Sherry Rosslter Mary Lu Imhoff Cal ol Ogden 'Nl -XDRIC1-XL GPOL P Back Row Gene Sclycy Rlchald Cxavnfoxd Jeux Clayyfoxd Jlm FILIlChS Lrlxnd ZIITIDILIUIBH Cum Keldcl BOX S EN QENIBLE Back Row Ed Knecht Jlm Fle 11Chb Haluld H0hulln I-ront Row Hauxet xIQX81b Janet Selyey Helen Schacherbauer 'Klan Lu Imhoff Amylu Lathrop Robemary Xan Dx ke Front Row Sxm Hohulln Dlck Baner kenny Doxel B-XRBERSHOP QL ARTET Back Row Nancy Flanagan Nlary Lu Imhoff Front Row Janet 'Selyey Helen Schacherbauer 1 . .' V , V. ' ' ' 1 ' , , A 1 4 C 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 ,. . 1 A 1. 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 , . 1 1- . A 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 ,X T17 1 . 1 .. . 1. 1 7 an . .T X A ,', ,,.., -1. , , ',. 1 . ,... . 1 . ' v 1, . . 1 ' ' ' 1 .,. ,. ,. A ' 1 4 1 , . 1 . 1 . 1 , . . , .- . , . , , . T 1 -. 5 ,. ..J 1 .1 Y ' - . 1 - ' 1 . . 1 '. ' ' . 'j -' lk ' ' . 1 1 1,4 , . -' A . , , ' . 1- . 1 V1 . . " -' ' .". 1. . GIRLS' ENSEMBLE A- GIRLS' ENSEMBLE I- l Back Row-Barbara Baner, Carol Ogden, Nancy Back Row-Barbara Scharp,accompanistgMaryH1n- Flanagan, Frances Crider. Shaw, Nancy Herschel, Mary McCutcheon, Mary Front Row-Mary Lu Imhoff, Sharon Janssen, Janet Crider. Pease, Helen Schacherbauer. Front Row-Dorothy Imhoff, Shirley Schumacher, Virginia Karl, Connie Noecker. BOX S CHORL S Top Row Cane Selxu Sun Holculin Dick Banu Ronnie Jan cn Jim Olluah Donald Moreland Lclfind Lnnniuman Kennx Dox l Fd Ixnecht Mcilxn Getz Dick Rusnian Bob Gieaham Center Row Bfubaia Bani ficcompfiniet Jun Ficiichs Jelly Llawfoid Paul Jimts Jim Lsons Gcnc Fischci Bob Wettstcln Bob Johann Milton Sheirnan Haiolrl Hohulln Richaid Clavxfoid Fmil qU'lllStl01T1 MISS Clalk Bottom Row Louis Feiguson RuQsellStolle1 K nneth Buuell JC115 Lxons Wendell Litxullu Bob Bishop Bennx Biubakei Tom Sheiman Gene Kcidcl Bob Biubaltel Melx in Gelgei Geolge Thoin CIRIS CHORI S Broun Caiolxn PL1lllX Maile Sclux Balbala Roth Jinict Lliith C ithciint NX il on lenter Row Mia Clulx Rosunaix X in Dx kt F1 inccs Clldtl Maxx Lu Inihoff C uol Ogden Buulx X120 Buhala Bins! Lu inn Bitt nu Madelxn Mx Luana Ciaxxfold Dolothx llnhoff Mnxlu l lthiop Cuol Bluniu Helen Schachcibiuu Wilma Matt tain M mix Hin haw I-ront Row Janet Pct Q louis Hoin Loictta M hitinel Aldith Ixautf man 'Nanu Hu thal Bonnit Millti lonnit 'Xottltti Xllglllld kill Pdith Glu X Shun Ro situ Y , v K - vi A' W 'S L ,Sv 'iz I ' I y l V 1 .1 SS x V D y' 1 ., y - L 1 A f I I I 7 V 'Q 1 1 v A I I .Q X 1 H: , '. ,. ' ' ey: L '-g ' , ' - ' v '. . ' - ' ' v 1 2 X 9 ' .. r I x ' I 1 q X 1 ' s . . 1' , ' , ' ' Y ' , , cz ., ' . . . ' . uw- ' . , 4 . ,, . . , . . . . Y . .' . k 7 " 7 ' 7 . K Y - , . v . , ' ,. , . r . 1 ' D . 7 7 7 Y ' ' ' . . - , , ' V 'fi . 'K if K 9 ' Q A v V' I x af ' fa ,, sf ' Y I 4x ln 1 Back Rowflrnia Bowald, Mary Cridcr, Nancy Flanagan, Mary Durst, Janet Selvcy, Jane Brown, Mary Lynn . . , . .v J, ,v,. ., . , ' '.', ', ,.' 1 "4 ' - '..- , v A t , . . Q D , , 17 ' , 1 S . -. -S 1- , 354, .. 'SSS' . . .y . K. YA t, 4, , , 2. ,., ,, L, -. ,., ,., A sl ,.1-j s' '. ' '- -as-, . 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Y .,. . i., A 53 GIRL S CHORUS Back Row Joy Bittnel Shirley Schumacher Ida Mae Steffen Jo Anne Stine Baibala Schalp Shalon Janssen Halrlet Meyer Ina Mae Owen Mae Sandsllom Edith Patton Vlrglnla Willis Ruth Ales Diane Steinberg Center Row Betty Stewart Sue Bladle Pat Var Scyoc Wanda Clump Gertxude Stager Barbara Willis Janet Eastman Judy Blttllkl Norma Spencer Dorothy Kuebler Darlene Neuhausel Clarlce Ogden, Elsie Smgleton Miss Clark Front Row Cornelle Sides Judy Geiger Mary Martime Shirley Gibson Betsy Roehm Evelyn Dubrce Marlene Haltter Many Watkins Jem Allen The music department was very active this year The co O1d1I13,tOl' of chorus ac t1v1t1es was Miss Clark, music instructor The main programs given consisted of a xailety show in the fall Chllstmas Ves pers and a Spring Concert Special ensemble groups were formed early in the year These groups were A 32 voice A Capella Cholr, A boys ensemble of eight members Two girls ensemble groups, with eight members each Vladrlgal singers C12 member mixed gioupl Senior girls Barbershop quartet NllX9d ensemble of eight members Twenty eight contestants represented Eureka as local solo contest and eleven ad vanced to district contest at Chillicothe The A Cappella choir, boys and girls choruses, and most of the ensembles participated 1n contest held March 10 at Chillicothe From district four ensembles and three solo entries advanced to state contest at Champaign. The variety show netted S200 which was used in the purchase of chorus robes. Many of the chorus members attended the County Choral Festival in Minonk Feb- ruary 7. Officers of the chorus were: 'Vhry Lu Imhoff, president and Rosemary Van Dyke treasurer. The choral groups sang for many community events. Several students took voice lessons from Miss Clark. Barbara Baner and Barbara Scharp accompanied for chorus classes and programs. STUDENT COUNCIL I Back Row Dick Reesman Mr Parrlsh Jacqumot Collms Rlchard Stoller Connxe Noecker Bob Leman Geraldlne Zimmerman Dlck Payne Benny Brubaker Flrst Row Rlchard Crawford Mlda Knapp Doreen Zlmmerman Beverly Argo Carol Ogden Harold Hohulm The first semester Student Councll was composed of four represent atlves from each class and two members at large chosen from the entlre student body One of thelr mam proJects was the sponsorlng of Homecomlng fes t1V1t1BS They lnltlated the system of chooslng all Semor Kmg and Queen candldates and establlshed the precedent of uslng a popular lnstead of money vote to elect the Klng and Queen 'lhe councll also sponsored dances after home football games and held dancmg classes w1th Arthur Murray students as teachers Some of their progects for earnlng money were sellmg Eureka pennants, selllng popcorn at the CIVIC Halloween party and plckmg up corn Officers were Vlce Presldent Doreen Zlmmerman Secretary Carol Ogden , Treasurer Mlda Knapp l i l v x 9 - 1 1 Y 7 7 7 ' ! ! . , . I , . h President ..,.........,.....e,e.,e.,reee Beverly Argo STUDENT COUNCIL II Back Row Mr Parrrsh Benny Brubaker Bob Leman Carolyn Mrller Janrce McGrlvary Brlly Traver Drck Payne Clarrce Ogden Jrm OMarah Rrchard Stoller Judy Gerger 'VIe1v1n Gerger Front Row Gerry Zrm mermrn Bob Gresham Barbara Baner Gene Frsher Carol Ogden Tom Fay Jacqurnot Collms The second semester Student Counerl was organrzed rn February and ha as oilicers Vrce Presrdent Carol Ogden Secretary Barbara Baner Treasurer Tom Fay They sponsored worthwhrle events for the benefit of the whole school Among these actrutres was the Donkey Basketball game, whreh prtted the fathers of varsrty players agarnst therr sons, and the FHA boys vs the Boys' Chorus They also had charge of the annual Athletrc Banquet v- .. . . .' , . ., Y . ' , ' ' , ' , ' v 7 1 -' r , ' ' - y ' ., ' ., A ' ' A i v - ' - ' 2 1 v i I J 4 ' i -1 . 1 f U 7 ! I l 1' d : President .,,e.e...,.,......,......,...,.. Gene Fisher g W . 7. . v . . vfjgc cj: ll. 1' A "nv 47.46, 'lop Row Jerry Knapp Roger Grlffith Mllton Sherman Sam Oesch Gene Flshel Eugene Tabor Don ald Whltmer Bob Johann Kenny Knapp Second Row M1 Phllhps Melvln Gelger Larry Wabel Verne Bachman Wlllls Wettsteln Glenn Wettstem Ernest Knecht B111 Romersberger Leland Zlmmerman Merlyn Getz Third Row Dlck Damel Warren Whlte John Wettsteln Ed Knecht Ben Grelder Victor Fehr Bob Gresham Lee Greenburg Bottom Row John Mlkel Harry Greene Wayne Grleder Ronme Wabel, Irvm Woelfle Bllly D1ld1ne, Wendell LltVSlll9I Bob Schleber Bob Smlth In the Eureka FFA Chapter there are forty two members Thell 3Ct1V1tl8S for the year were The 1n1t1at1on and mstallatlon SCFVICSS, llve stock yudgmg and exh1b1t1on operatmg a food 'stand at the Pumpk1n Fee tlval, playlng basketball selllng seeds and spraymg frult trees 1n the sprmg The hlghllght of the year wae the annual Father Son banquet on Aprll 24 Thle year s oflicere vsele Presldent Dlck Danlel Vlce Presldent Ed Knecht Secretary Wal ren Wh1te T1 QHSUTQI Ben G1 ledel Rep0rte1 John Wettstem Sentlnele Bob Gxesham, VlCtOl Fehm F o F o A Q 1 W ,, .- rl , , 1 W' . , K t X Q 1 .' : 3' , f' ' K " ' ' V' , , Jf. v . 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A - . , 'Y v fu c M . 1 1 Q' 1 1 , ,, , HORNET STAFF ivv v-0--7----0 Back Row Mr Major advxsor Wllma Yoder Beverly Argo Leland Zlmmelman Dlck Damel Tom Fay Jlm Lyons John Helken Eldon Ulrlch Gene Selvey Rosemary Van Dyke Janet Selvey Bottom Row Madelyn Wyss Loretta Whltmer Frances Crldel Mary Lu Imhoif Luann Blttnel Barbara Baner Jane Brown The Hornet staff was organlzed ln October and under the guldance of Mr Major, began lmmedlately to map out plans for the pubhcatlon of the yearbook The maJor detalls fall under the categorles of the collec tlon of ads and subscrlptlons, and the assembllng of data and plctures Mr Reesman the school photographer, donated h1S txme generously to take plctures for the book -s I 'll V 4 v,x , . . 'Gr - , A Q " ,,. V ' fs A ' 4 lx 1 " A ,, , f V' wx-,wwf W W, A B 4 ,--. , 1"I ' ' 7 7 7 7 D 7 7 7 7 Y 7 7 7 ' v ' ' n ' Q 7 7 7 7 7 7 V ' 7 . - . ' 7 . Top Row lladvs Zlmmelman Ruth Ales Dolothy Kueblel Pubx HLlbQlgQl Calolxn Mlll0l Luana Clawfold Carol Blume! Donna Singleton Ina Mae Owen Betsy Roehm Ca111c Lou Knapp Elaine Kmg Rozanna McG1nn1s Sue Bladle Second Row Helen Sehachelbauex Janet belxex Amxlu Lathlop Madelyn Wyss Rosemary Van Dyke Nancv Flanagan Jane Blown Many Lu Imhoff Calol Ogden Kay Potts Wilma Yoder Ruth Householter Marlene Hartter Betty Stewart Barbara Willis Judy Geiger Sharon Janssen Barbara Scharp Bottom Row Lorraine Schleber Judy Bittner Janet Eastman Under the guldance of Luann Blttner presldent and MISS Hal sted, advlsor, the FHA had an eventful year The group consisted of 120 girls and met tW1C6 monthly The theme for th1s years programs s Your Home Is Your Castle The hlghllghts of the year lncluded the Chl1Stm3S program at the Old People's Home the annual hayrack rlde, 1n1t1at1on and lnstallatlon S91 vices, and heart sister week Whlch cllmaxed YV1tl1 the Valentlne party Several members of the gloup partlclpated ln an October papei duwe, and tvso radio broadcasts The Mothel Daughtel banquet ln the sprmg was a QlgI'l1fiC3.Ht ex ent also F . H . A . V W ' . . . , . . . . , ' . . . 1 I . L 1 1 1 5 . I , y . I y ' Y 7 7 ! 7 ! Y . l ,T . .y ' v .vy .- - Y V , .7 1 Y K 7 ' Y V 7 7 . ii 1 Barbara Baner. Third Row-Catherine Wilson Maril n Denler Frances Crider Margie Miller, Evel n Dubree l y l Y Y 1 ' 1 . ' r I r l 1 - T 9 y - - v v l ' . . . , Wa li 77 , . 1 . . Y 1 . Y 1- 1 I v l 1 ' . 7 I 1 . r . 'X 'lop Row Edlth Patton Mae Sandstrom Rae Jean Garbel MIUDIQ Schluppp Delores Coxdes, Wilma Ales Yvonne Ammerman Irma Bowald Vlfglnla Karl Beverly Argo Luann Blttnel Mlddle Row Evelyn Crump, Carol Zlmmerman Pearl Householter Wanda Crump Gertrude Stage! Cornelle Sldes Clarxce Ogden Nancy Heyl Sherry Rosslter Jean Allen Nancy Herschel Mary McCutcheon Bottom Row Pat Van Scyoc Dlane Stem berg Dorls Bechtel Rita Klumholz Bonme Mlller Geraldlne Zxmmclman Harrlet Meyer Connle Noeckel Mary Lynn Brown Top Row Sue Johann Ruth Klng Wllma Wettsteln Jane Haltter Nlary Crlder 'Vlargalet Taylor Carolyn Purdy Dallene Adams Donna Brubaker Carol Geers Margery Selvey Jane Helken Dorothy Sandstrom Center Row Jamce Ulrxch Jamce 'VIcG11xary Ida Mae Steffen 'VI1da Knapp Barbara Roth, Jacqumot Collms Edxth Grusy, Shlrley Schumacher Anna Lou Buengex Doreen Zlmmerman INancy Gerber. Bottom Row Mane Selvey Lols Reeser Roma Bartlow Janet Pease Gail Sewell Dorothy Imhoff Mary Darst. Mi. 15 sz 1 l The blglllfllllg' of thr FFA stand 2 Heap Blg InJun 3 Queen Anne 4 Takmg., It easx ou lgdlll' uxte a lulu e usual dx h Donxld md hls DIIZC The Glrle' Athletlc Aseoclatlon lb dulded lHt0 two groups fm Junlor Semor and Freshman Sophomore, vshlch meet ueeklw to share a peuod of Npoxtx Thls wear, the organlzatlon has 90 members Officers were Preeldent Ca1r1e Lou Knapp Vxce Prealdent Carol Ogden Secretary Rosemarw Van Dx ke Treaeurer Jacqumot Collms 1 A 'Q 0 1 1 - v ' , 5 at , , 5 . Z ' J' , a V Qi Q. . . A V' i Q 5' . , 1, f ' M . WW ' x ,xi s 2 '-5 r 1 X 'ix .v '. xxx r . : Q - .5 f xx X 'K , L ' X' Q 2 X L FX ' X ' fi in X hr' - X , vv ,-as ' - uv sin X uv Zu ,' T ' . 5-"Hi, Harold." 6--"Put it in, boys." 7-"Bob and Brice." 8-"Joy, out wading." 9-"Almost in!" 10 "Y , z " ." ll-"Q" 1 -2 ty." 12-"Th as ." 132-" z z ' " x." . . , 1 t 1 - v 7 I I l 1 if 1 v v u , . , . , I I ' 1 Top Row Joy Brttner Mrda Knapp 'Vlary Klumholz Harrret Meyer Mary Hinshaw Norma Neu hauser Wrlma Xoder Ruth Householter Second Row Janrce McG1lvray Ida Mae Steffen Marrlyn Adams Beverly Argo Mary Lu Imhoff Helen Schacherbauer Carrre Lou Knapp Lorrarne Schleber Mrss Jenkrns Thlrd Row Audrey Brubaker Doreen Zrmmerman Eva Stromberger Darlene Adams, Anna Lou Buenger Shrrley Schumacher Wrlma Ales Yvonne Ammerman Marrlyn Denler Nancy Heyl Bottom Row Vrrglnra Wrllrs Nlancy Gerber Kay Potts Carol Ogden Luann Brttner Frances Top Row Madolyn Tanner Roma Bartlow Mary McCutcheon Donna Smgleton Ruth Ales Connre lN0ecker Vrrglnra Karl Mary Lynn Brown Nancy Herschel Mlnnle Schlupp Carol Blunler Sharon Janssen Bonnre Mrller Lauretta Tanner Second Row Sue Bradle Janet Eastman Judy Brttner Shrrley Bradle Evelyn Crump Ruby Herberger Carolyn Mlller Dorothy Imhoff Jean Allen Gall Sewell Rae Jean Garber Jo Anne Stme MISS Jenkins Third Row Wanda Crump Pat Van Scyoc Diane Sternberg Rosle Martmez Wrlma Wettstern Margre Mrller, Gladys Zimmerman Jamce Ulrrch Jane Herken Betty Stewart Jacquellne Travrs Barbara Scharp Ina Mae Owen Bottom Row Peggy Schumm Dorrs Denler Rrta Krumholz Mary Watkms Marlene Hartter Barbara Wrllrs Evelyn Dubree Jacqumot Colhns Dons Bechtel Jane Hartter Carol Zrmmerman Edrth Grusy Ardrth Kauffman G . 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' ' Q X , 1 f gi? -S , xx V M S ' f X P' SENIOR PLAY 5 X fLeft to Rlghtb Anne Lmsner Bob Knapp Ramon 0Marah Dxane Allen Nancy Brock Yes and No was the Senior play glven May 4 and 5 by the class of 51 MISS Harrod was dlrectress The two act comedy IS the story of a mmlsters famlly and thelr frlends The first act pictures the1r l1fe as lf Jo the elder daughter fD1ane Allenj accepts the mar rlage proposal of Adrlan fRobert Knappl The second act depicts how thelr Ines would have been affected lf Jo dld not accept Adrlan Combmlng the absent mmdedness of Rex erend Jarrow fRamon OMarahJ the illghty character of Emma Jarrow fNancy Brockl the alr of dxsapprobatlon portrayed by Mrs Webb CCarol Grlfllthl plus the loxlng vsrangllng of Jo and Sally fAnn Llns nerb and the confuslon of the tvso sultors Adrian and B'1g.,shott fD1ck Albersl the result was most unusual and hlghly entertalnmg ' 1:, . .NPN ., - X tv ' I N 1 . . , . 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ONE-ACT PLAY Thls year s one act play was A Sunny Molnlng a comedy by Joaquin and Ser afin Qulntero Miss Harrod directed the cast ln its plesentatlon of the play The story exolxes about the chance meeting of an old gentleman Don Gonzalo fJohn H61k6DD and an elderly lady Dona Laura 1Shelly ROSS1tGlJ ln a palk located ln Madrid As they converse Don Gonzalo realizes that Dona Laula IS his lost loxe and the zalo They try to hlde this startling rex elatlon fiom each othel and each one thinks himself successful The centlal featule of the play IS ln lts combination of xslt and clevel dialogue Petra the maid of Dona Laura was poltrayed by Doreen Zimmerman and Rlchard Cravsford played the part of Don Gonzalo s selxant Juanlto Capturing fil st rating at the Pekin D1St11Ct Speech Contest the play adx anced to sectional at Galesburg It placed second at the Galesbulg meet and adxanced to the state contest VSh616 It placed fourth John Helken and Shelly ROSS1t61 were placed on the all state cast It exchanged programs with MlHOHk md gave sexelal public perfol mances. 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JUNIOR PLAY .Lf Z' Il Tlil Thls years Junior play was a three act Maudle atory The play was preaented under the Direction of Miss Harrod November 16 and 17 The play centered around an 9g0t1StlC3l voung lady 1n her teens Maudie fDoreen Zimmermanj who between her vanity and her line gete 1nto some rather comical and embarrawing Qituations While her parents Mr Brown CR1chard Ciaufordj and Hrs Mason fExa Strom staunch girl friends Alix fAudre5 Brubakerj Lvsbeth fHa1r1et Meyerl and Julie Uiancy Hevlb The girls boy friends Daxy CKenn5 Doxelj Chi Uohn Smlthl Jeirjy fVI1lton Shermanj ind Ted Uohn Pl'1llllIJNJ add color to the stoiv as do Maudle s sis ters Swlul Chants Gerbexb Ioy Ulalllyn Adamsh md Nlalgaret fDelores Cordesl and three bemldeled mothelw 'Nils Allen fxllfld Ixnappj Nha VS hite fYllglHld Vvllllbj and Mrs Dax CJOX Bittneij I W. I f 4 A' Wim, 'LVN s , Y- 'v '1 ' w - H ' 7' fr 1 , . . v . ,, . ,, . ' . 1 v - K A ., . ' l " ' A '. 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Q 4 W, ,- 2 N ' ' ' , 1 ' if ' 'V HOMECOMING fLeft to Righty Jim Lyons Helen Schacherbauer Harold Hohulm Beverly Argo Carrie Lou Knapp Gene Fisher John Helken Luann Bittner Eldon Ulrich Mary Lu Imhoff The dates for the annual ECHS Homecomlng f9St1VltleS were Febru ary 22 and 22 The first mam event was the Stunt Show at which the Klng and Queen were crowned Carrle Lou Knapp reigned as Queen and Gene Fisher was crowned King by Mr Parrlsh and Mr Walhck Thelr attendants were Beverly Argo John Helken Marylu Imhoff Jlm Iyons Helen Schacherbauer Eldon Ulrich Luann Blttner and Harold Hohuhn The Stunt show followed the coronatlon and the Sophomores carrled away the first prlze The act1v1ty was resumed on Friday nlght when Eureka met Mack xnaw for the Homecoming tllt Although defeated by a 66 47 verdlct the Hornets put up a battle The dance followed the game and It was held ln the streamer decorated gym to the strams of B111 Precketts seven piece orchestra The Klng' and Queen led the first dance followed by their attendants. ra NX-X135 1 L00h1I12j thmgk OXLI Want Q nu pop 11 to n 4 Lookal cs mne gum, Bu The uf 0mClatLS Chculnadel , nnnus NIBIIIXII and Gene 1 Johns naught bx tha L xmua 13 Tasteful CllSITlQtlCS dont xou 1g1ee"" 14 Conrne applung the tleatmant Iv Chlggu, the gn xt 1 The bchool 5:1115 '- .-" " ' 2.-" " ,.o - 3.-"Y al I .-" - l'kf ." 5.- "They'1'e Freshmen." 6.f"R0nn1e tlps It ln." 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CONINILNITY LINIT DISTRICT NO 140 An Inxestment ln Good C1tlZ9Hshlp H011 do wou ex 1lu1te 1 school systcm to detelmlne 11 hethel lt IN a good one or not I The nlst 1ns11el mlght be Ale the pupils becomlng bettel cltl7ens as they gain IH ex 1381191116 and knowledge' The good cltl7en IS ln the D1 ocess of gettlng all the educf1 tlon of XXhlCl'1 he ls c1pable He IS lealnlng to 1e'1d mth undelstandlng to SKDIQSS himself cleallw both IH olal 1nd wlltten folm he 15 learning to applecmte good llt 61 Itllli? he 18 beconllng adequ1te IH hls use of numbels he lb attempting to find out what IS golng on ln the uolld 1nd how this affects Amellca he ls making a slncele effolt to understand hls countrx and lts economic and polltlcal ss stems because vslth undelstandlng comes 1pplecl1tlon he b8l16X es ln the worth of the lndlvldual he pos sesscs a film legald fol the lnstltutlon of the Amellcan home '1nd he has .1 posltlxe faith IH the Justice and Loxe of God In 1 good school system the pupils ale hippy ln thell lealnlng QXDQIIQHCG They do not IIOXXQXQI bellexe ln getting SOIII9thlI1gf0l nothlng because thele cfm be 1101611 Joy ln lealnlnff unless thele IS 1ch1exement Not 'lll 1chle1e to the same deglee but honest QffOlt bl lngs lts 1961801111 16W llds -X good school sy stem m1lst hue good te lchcls guiding the lealnlng elipellences TIIIIIIIS Howex er the total good of '1ll the chlldlen 18 the ultimate alm of enlightened te 1chlng and tluly educated IIICIIX ldu 1ls lealn that unu holesome lUCl1X1dLlild9S11Q must glxe 11 IW to the best lntelest of 'lll Good teachels nex 91 feel that they 'lle completely tlalned fO1 thell tasks they ue alw 1ys also students seeklng to lmprove thell teach lng 1nd thell plofesslon Good schools must be posltlxely but democlatlcallw ldmlnlsteled The best of QQLIIDIYIQIII I ILll1t16S llbldI16S 1nd classloom m ltf-3112115 must be ploxlded and the tot 1l 131021 1m must be glllflf-Ed and dllected ln such 1 wax th lt both tc1chels 1nd puplls can do thell best uolk fo haxe good schools ILOIIIIHIIIIIIQ Dlllst h1xc 1 bulnlng CIQNIIG to hfue good chools 1nd be Vllllllg' to pax the D1 lce Good schools cost much but D001 schools cost mole I bellexe th1toul community 11 1nts good schools 1nd will continue to suppolt such IS long 1s It teels that the lnxestment ln good cltlzenshlp ls D"lW1I'1g0fT' Xou hold IH XOLII hands the HIINXXLI to the question as to 11 hethel Ol not sou ale upholdlng the faith that -Xmellca h1s had th 1t lf ll6ITlOCldQW IN to SIIIXIXG ed11c 1tlon must be D10 xlded IOI all thc chlldlen of 'Ill the peoplc Tllman R Smith Supellntendent Lnlt D1StllCt 140 . 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IRXDIL I Print Row xltlxl Blaclln Joanna Dalncll Stanlu Smlth Pcnnx Cmlu Jamc Howell Douglas Palllsh Ddwld SClld.llJ JLIIS 'Vlullmll Mal lxn Uncluvxood Kent Romw Shal on Kmdu Doug, 115 Fehl becond Row Lhlxbtme Klauo Glcndi Su Flxndgan Jumm Wood Lxura Hmes Bllglt Spallmg Cxnthla Dcwccs Johnnx Hancock Douglas Cdwlcy Joe ROUVILIL Clmton Blumenshme Shalon Dooley Dean Zxmmelman Thlrd Row Daxld Bechtel bandla Reesel iusan Kenagy Doug las La Vmn Danm Hauod 'Vhss Workman Dennx lNoc Txmmv Qhalpe Lang Colcold Rachel G1abe1 No111s Gl1ck Kelth Wlndley H ,wa IRXDIL l Ifront Row Sxndxx Zchl Daxld Rllex Ron1ldVV1ll1x 'Nldlxln Bachman Bobbk Meglnncs Blcndi T3XlOl 'Nlclxm 5Chl0lClQl Rodmy Sl11ltl1b0Il Shulu Ixeshnu V1d1WloL1ng.,o Robelt b1V61lY Second Row Cezald Wllilil ID3.VlCl Mun Lonm lxupfclschmld Shuon Colbuln Balth Dowlmg, Blllx HlHl1ChNLY1 Tommy 0llXLl lVIa1x Jo Phelpb Nuda Blumcnshlm Sandla Flanagan Thlrd Row N115 Fmlu Nancx Dlclx Rlckx Klng Ronnle Beck Kalcn Dcfenbflugh Nallx Flellchi Alan GQIDLI Kenneth Ludxug Pattx Colden Ruth lvvlttlllfxl Chuck Johnqou . .' ,, " ' . 1 ,f . ,, " F .. 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'1 1 V' V ' ' . ,V 1 . 7 1 1 1 - 0 gf I RADE 2 Front Row Darlene Fehr Fred Mayer Peter Rowland Steve Rlley Roger TFZWGI Daryl Netherton John Zlmmelman Mlke Pugh Jerry Kenagy Second Row Mrs Rlnker Karen Mlshler Kathy Uluch Mlchael Hulett B11ly Smgleton Dlxle Shoemakel Lmda Wllder Roger Wllson Thlrd Row Barbaza Blubakel Allce Weyeneth Noreen Koehl Patty Dfumll Allen Leman Jerly Fetters Judy Blunson we IRXDL 2 Front Row Shlela Rosenbexgel Joyce Bauman Betsu Sauder Nlalsha Cawley Carolyn Cordes Niarun Gmzel NIa11an Tedford Joan Klng Max Smlth Second Row Nlrs Johnson Karen Betts Donna Emlen Larry Selxex Tom Anllker Lmda Ferdmandsen Tern Flanagan Patty Flana gan Kcn Albers Nilss Nialy Jean Reld lStudcnt Teacherj : . l F - s 4 ' " " .-. W 1 4 V S - . A... A gt . . A f ' ., es - , 5 . Q l 'YO 1-v X 44 ' 1 ' v - 1 1 1 1 1 1 , . . . i . . A 1 1 1 - "' - 1 1 1 1 1 ' 1 1 , - 1 1 1 ' - 1 1 1 . . 4 1 1 x 1 A 1 1 1 4, K, 1 . e Q 1 1 , A 4 1 X ' ir ,,. , V ,, 1 : 1 ' ' . . . . . A . 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A L . l. - f GRADE 3 Front Row Roger Spencer Jrmmre Snrthscn Marshall Sauder Tommy Rcney Jerrv La Ccnte Nancy Flemrng Roy Emory Raymond S hroeder Carole Neaverll Karen 'Vlette Wayne Henson Second Row Alberta Blunler Mary W1 tmer Clara Neaverll Stephen Greer Barbara Baker Harrret Southerlan Bryon Noe Jo Major Sandy Beoletto Dale Knepp Kay Hewrtt Nell Whrt tmgton Thrrd Row Mrss Mrnger Davrd Neuhau er Curtrs Rocke Marjorre Tedford Barbara Sen srbaugh Bobby Melark Jerry Leman Larry Brubaker Tommy Graber Beverly Crawford Tommw 'Vloreland John Stalter Evelyn Grusy GRADE 3 Front Row Eleanor Smrth Cheryl Bankstcn Alrce Ann Sullrvan Vrckr Menssen Barbara Stauter Irvrng Chenoweth Carole Sue Burrell Bonnre Turner Howard Moser Peggy Ferguson Sec ond Row Mrs Anna Ogan Stevre Grusy Kenzr Meyer Terry La Conte Sammy Strmpert Jrmmy Srverly Roger Glrck Davrd Wrndley Connre Hone Drana Blumenshrne Etta Mae Noll Jack Rose man Thrrd Row Carolyn Drck Jane Srverly Stanley Fehr Harold Bradle Charles Ludwrg Jrmmy Aeschleman Loretta Kupferschmrd Junror Murrell Jrmmy Drrden Danny Wood Jrmmy Chamblrss lCarole Sherman absentj l A I ' Y Y Y Q I 1 ' s v ! ! 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If . . - 1 1 1 Q 1 1 1 . , V . . . . - 1 , 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 . 1 1 1 R C l N- GR HDL 1 lfront Row Stexen Brlbrey Tommy Spauldrng Fred NIcCloud 'Vlarx Ann Scherd Sharon Lohnu Sharon Noel Mural Zrmmerman Randall Goodrng Lrnda Kmg Second Row James Bal dock Sharon Smlth Carolyn Weuneth Marsh: Brown Jack Tvuddale 'Vlarwrn Myer Davrd Roem crsbugcr Jox Sterzrnger Jo'1n Nlrckcl LeRoy Watkrns Mary Schultz fStudLnt Tiachcrj Thlrd Row Nllss Smith Barbara Darnell Larrx Fctters Robert Murull Joanne Hrnei Georgra 'itrom qi GRXDE 4 Frrst Row Erleen Grnzel Darrell Neuhauser George Eades Carole Herron Vhllram Tawlor Ralph Imhoff Janlce Otten Grnger Wuethrrch Barbara Potts Gene Leman Second Row Wire Inez Xl ard Teacher Phyllrs Nloreland Paul Grabcr Elarne Kempf Robert Klaue Harry Sho maker Suean XS allrck Donna Daxrdson Roger Saunders Janet Cremeeni Nirw Niarrlsn Nlrller iQtu dent Teacher! L u .I A W' A' , W a 4. .. ,Q K 3 'F .. ' V ' X ' . f . A . L ,-r' . , , . ,lf a t ' I ' .Mi ' -1 Y ' v, v ' y . A y A .J A ' , . '.', L: ' .T , A "'l , , f. T ' ' YS.. A' , , , lv, , Z . , , ,, ,A .v v,., 1 , - ,.-. ,. x., I. A' ,. ' ,., C A '. , , , ' B., A . S. L' r r 1 l ' .TA :S A' 1 1 -, . A , -tv , 7 A - - . x Y C I ,Ly ' , - A v - ber er' Edward Moreland Glen Unziker Bett Ales Becki Barker Janet Schar' , Terr" Galla her. 1 ! 7 Y Y . .' ' ' ' tg S- W. 0 , ' . A . U. ' - Q . I Q Q - C 1 l , , P' A ' ' .,, A f ' + X - ' ' ' , 1 5 g . ' Zyl! . l 4 K I I l T A I A ' I Y l , X Y Y .V lv s 1 H v s A - '- A Q. v 1 3 v A ! ' j 'Y Y "Y V - '1 fl - 's ' J ' r '1 - 'r ' .' ' N ' ii.: P1 I I V XIJF 1 1 w IX Cat! ljldlll Nlxson lunntth Fonts Ink Cubu Nmu Naffll ll get-und Rus Rose qCl'll0Oill1 SUSIE Mun Patty Bulmcll Davld Hul tt Nolman L1Conte Jenlta Detyxellel Dayld TIAXGI Lynn Colbuln John Potts Judy Sllllth Mlchxel NIC-adoxys MISS Vuglnla Clyens Third Row Beth Rlddle Janlcc NIOWQI Phlllp Blubakel Melvln Gllck Bl1,Q'lt Tluetsch DlClxlE' Honeg Dlck Lelken NI"t1X1Yl Blunlel BOHH19 Shoip Jon Dayld Haltzlel CRADES u 'AND 6 Front Row Jxmmy Dublee Patsy Stoller Donna Whxttlngton Joyce Blun1e1 Mlchael Flanagan Judy Smlthson Kathy Humes Ronnie Saudex Second Row Dwayne Cawley Judy Turner Llnda Cook Betty Robenstem Lucy HIHGS Mary Ann Troyel Ellen Balrett Kltty Strom berger Galv Llghtfoot Thlrd Row Mr Meadows Jlmmy Maloney Garland Bachman Davld Glnzel E110 Menssen Jerry 1Zmmerman Danny Sullxyan lVI1Cl'l3QlBl0XNT1 Jxmmv Dxldme Dxck Eastman fNot IH plcture Joyce Mlller Exa Moorel , , 1 5 -I f'y "V 5 3 'ng ' . . W y . FQ, ' ' Q K. , 'V , . ' W M ....-fix., 5 Y k I .U Q 4 ir , b , f ', 4 f Q :1 1 - . 1 'Q W 3 ' xl ' . W GR., , 7--Fr'nt Ro '+Jl'l' 91 z, " - 1 2' , 'A - , 'l-s, .2 " Sv 1-, Nz H Ginny Johnson, Bobby Myers, Ronnie Underwood, Ruth Ann Cable, Elnm' Pease, Marie LaVinn. . : : '- . ' 1 ', .' ' , U' 1 ':, j , ' e , ' 2 ,I X, " v -y v .4 v .y -v . , V-, tv L' , 2 A 1 vs, K s 5 v 1. -1 y , A I, .y . ., , ., . . , ., , , , . y A 1 ., ., . I, . v . ,- I .Q if? 3 ,. .lf .4 , . 5 , . Q fx K s , , J , , ' ' . ' . , Y ' - , ' . ' 4 ' I l l Y I 7 -1 7 ' . v ' ' . .T 1 . r I 7 I ' Y Q I Y ' . v 7 1 1 I - l 7 7 Y 7 l 9 '. ' i - 7 7 v r J I .V Y Y L Y I ' x ' Y Y - Y I ' : , " . wie 'iw' f IRXDE 6 lfrcnt Row Glen Schachelbauel Keith Wood Patiic Riley Telly Klaus Lally Zim muman Ralph Gazbei Billy Iuumholz Eddie C13.WXf0ld DeAnne Vlajoi Lynne Tweddale Margaret Jim Riddle Alice Sandstlom Lydia Leman Rogel Flshei Jane 'lloleland Alun Bishop Rlchald Sinn Janiu Blumenshlnc Stephen Colbuln Cuol Blown 'lhird Row Susan Nickel William Sin som Ca1clHumes keith Cable Milton Watkins PlI11Lll'l xllllll Naomi Bovsald Shuon Heffnu Samuel Hallod Joy WIXQIS Uudy Aeschlemln aoscntl IRXDE 4 Front Row Edward Watkins John Smith David Thompson Shlrlev Robenstem Linda Flank Janice Bilbley Judy Bradle Judy Meyer Ronald Smith 'NI1keRoseman Second Row Miss Aileen Browning Haiold Cordes Donald 'Vlurrell Robert Baldock David Householter Tim Llghtfoot Saundia Honeg Nlerna Grusy Patricia Zehr Sally Roehm Suzanne Potts Larry Eades Miss Verna Schertz Third Row Nlr Donald Defenbaugh Lorlne 'Vlartinez Janet Schrock Raymond Zimmerman Lna Whitmer Benjamin Bovsald Jerry Woods Allan Getz James Whittington Elizabeth Cruse Don na Schroedel Fourth Row Lee Karl James Smith Betty Brubaker Phoebe Werner Henry Watkins Gene Cremeens Elizabeth Hancock Valerie Curtis Suzanne Crawford Robert Herschel Jack Carl Sammy Anllcker 1' w ' ' ' J H ' 1 ' . , -15 l QL i 'h ' ' y , ., -- - J' 1 ' fi ' - 1 . i 1 4 R .. . Q, I1 5 . , D , , A Y A I ' . If l a- ' if i - , ' ' ' .ss l 1 ,. - l . - . W". 1 A Q 1 , ' rl- ,"- xx -175 . ,W x VI Q g x' 1, ., r 7 N , Q Q J f xii s . 1. fi ' 1 T ' 1 1 1 k . 1 1 ' ,. A 7 . . .Y ., . , , . , . , A .y . , , A V . Scheld, Janice Hartzler, Marilyn Zimmerman. Second Row-Sara Robinson, teacherg Donna Shoup, ' 1, 1 L' - , L- '. , V . ' ., A, . Y V' ' y ' . . A' v . . , 1 5 ' 1, L' 1 I . , VZ . . 1 ' ' ' .ik B " , ' ' S2 - : , ', , - 2, .' , ' ':, 2 -. .' U, .' ' ' , Cz' -', '. .. . . .. . , . 1 . , ' 1 . ' . ' - . ' C ' - Q i ...Q V- ' , . y . , . , . s . , . ' , - ' ', , ' 5, ' , i . - . : l 1 ' 1 4 1 i 1 V 1 1 L' . V .1 . . 1, -' ' Y L uv Y 1, v Y . ' ik - , 1 ' l 1 1 1 v 1 ' ' 1 ' Y 1 1 1 1 ' -' vi I A b Y ul 7 7 .v 'Y 1 - , i .1 i 1 K ' 1 1 '1 W Y I A . . GRADE 8 Front Row Maynard Myers John Leman Rose Noel Kltty Brubaker Marlene Meler, Eleanor Zlmmerman Marjorle Martln Rose Fay Jerry Wilson Denms Henson Second Row Mr Rosslter Barney Argo Bob Wllder Jerry Brubaker Lester Rlddle Phyllls Denler Rlchard Remmelt LeRoy Dlrden Rlchard Slverly, MISS Schertz Thlrd Row Mxss Brovsnmg Rlchard Frank Vela Blumenshlne Mlldred Whltmer Cosby Taylor Larry Lelken Calol Rlppel Paul Watkms Eleanor Crawford Llnda Otten, Donna Ulrlch, Mr Defenbaugh Top Row Joe Stromberger Maman Smlth Jack Keller Allene Goodmg LeRoy Clark, Alyce Curtls, Bllly Honeg, Mary Ann Roney Fred Fer guson Mary Ann Spauldlng, Larry Melalk Nancy Mlller -- .,,..,., -, , .,,, , .,., .,,,, .,.,,,,,.,,V,,,. ,.,,,1,,,,,,,,,,f,....,...,,.,...,-u,..-,..,,,.,,,f,,,h, .,,..-. ..,.7.M. , .,.,.,,... r . ,,, . .7 . ... -W V , W , . . 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 - ' 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 . . . . . . V . . 1 1 D - 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 - , - 1 1 1 1 1 ' 1 1 - CONGERVILLE SCHOOL Front Row Larry Reel Balbara Mlller Bobble Todd Nancy Kennell Martha Jean Sharp Jane Cop lan Jerry Weawex JaCk16 Fuller Second Row Orxal Crump Duane Mlller Laureen Redlger Patty Whlte Jerzy Sldes Martha Dosher Johnny Kauffman B1lly Reel Thlrd Row Bobby Hoffman John Engel Judy Rokey Danny Kaufman James Tabol Shalon Irion Byron Schrock Duane Cralg Mrs WIHHIQ Engel l First Row Helen Schwaltzentrubel Joyce 'NI1lle1 Nancs Klndex Judlth Kennell Karen Woosley Cnbson Betty Todd Lmda Slabaszewskl Joxce Azbxll Erma Clump Jonny Yoder Third Row Larry Xoung Lxnda Reeael Ruth Reel laux Iuon Raymond Wllson Stale Cross Gelaldme Jobba NIa15 Sldm Jon Kennell NIISS Hmshaw fNot on DICIUIC Call Hastyb l ' 1 l ' r G 1 1 r ' Y . ' ,T , ' ' 7 Y ' 7 Y l Y D Y Y 7 ' i l 7 Y Y 'Y - Y V Y Y Y' v I v . x . v ' v ' v ' - I v Y ' '- 1 A v A . r 1 v Sharon Miller, Norma Miller, Jeanne Crump. Second Row-Vaughn Martino, Edward Hoffman, Carol ' ' V , v ' ' V -' V ' . , . ' .Z ' I 1 ' 1 . v v - . ' ' Q . . . Y .' . . " ' , .' , . . ' . , Y 7 I ' . I . 7 L ' Y .,A -vb' ,VY , ,A fi A' .,, . .J v . Front Row DOIIS Noland Janet Rokey Mary Ellen Noland Clalre Anne Kauffman Lmda Mlller Carole Thacker Sharon W1nkler Sharon Stager Second Row James Rokey Ronald Crump Thomas Engel Jacquelme Weaver Lola Woosley Della M e S1d6S Nancy Schrock Robert Crump Russell M1lle1 Mrs Hannah Whlttlngton Thlrd Row Elnest Stahl Lee Redlger, Donald Mlller John Kmder Allen Schrock Roger Lltwlller, Duane Tabor Lalry Mlller Front Row Benny Coplan Benny Thacker Lynda Dosher W1ll Ann Sides Vyra Deene Kauffman Pat11c1a Crump Davld Mlller, Fred Mlller Second Row James Allen teacher, Rachel Yoder Rlchard Engel Mary Reel Eugene Glbson Nancy Wllson Stanley Bladle Carol Noland YT " 9 9 9 I 9 . . 9 9 . 9 - ' 9 9 9 ' 9 9 a I 9 9 9 in - . . - Y ' L 1 9 , 9 1 9 l 9 m - " 1 9 9 . . 9 9 i. ' 9 - 1 9 9 9 9 . 9 9 1 9 - GOODFIELD SCHOOL A 6 1 . Y I'ront Row Tommy Hohulm Douglas Reesu Bob Mcfmnw Calol kay Ammelman Bllbald Jean Wettstun Shulcx Uphoff Hugh Hus Dean Wleyu Second Row Chustlm Ixnapp, 'Vhke Xalnell Joan Helnold Flances Stollc-1 Kfu Bauman Dulell Reeau Leetel Bauman Back Row Hazel 'NI Taylol teachu Julla Ann Hohulm Johnnle Helken Challxn Bauman Lxnn Bude Helcn Kax NIL Roberto Ted Tomlmson Anm Hohulm fNot on plCtUlL Sdl 1 Ann Dlctxxch Ronme Helnold Annette Knapp Chulzs Cato Balbua Jem SCh1CICl Ron'1ldA4schleman Rosemuv Young Wllma lxlmlnlm I-lame Bxuman Second Row I'lXlll lxnuht Dlcln Hohulm CVLOILIL Ixnapp Judw Ixlnmlurl lhxlll Hohulm Nlllchcd Dlctcxlch John Puldx Bobbx Paxm Slmmx Rusel Back Row mne 0 use 1 A L bonu Donna xRtttNtilI1 xllllld. Hoku Nanu Dmgl dun fl tl 1 nnu o 1 ll an F1 ac L . J? ' x ' M, I , Qu 1 . , ' . , . " ' . ' , . A . -. I 5 1 - ' 1 7 ' 1 1 f . , y L' . ,tv y aux., A , . .' vt . , A Y . , 4 , - 4 L' -, C .v r y 2 I u 1 x I' k . . ,T L . 'r I 'Z J ' r l .J 2 A y ,J 1 y I .V A 1' l ' 5 , A' Y A l A' ' kg' 'Z X ' , , X X , 7 2 - f , ' 2 ' z .' ' ' ', 1 - , : z . Front Row--Jozmm- Stoller, Patricia Yarnell, Ilelrn-es Horn, Marilyn Schierer, Fern Goetzinger, Y' ' 7- 'v I I A l ' . Y " , . 1 yx url' r ' 1 .V r ' ' 1 , L' 5 v - ' I ' A ' ' y I .Ir .Y .' A1 'ii .Y A X: l' V Y-' K. Gu- g' wich, H bert R - Ar, Gr -ta BI 'I all, z '- 3 -' , . j' ' ' -j, .' ' fl -- ' -, ll n Svh - 't'., F0 '- H 111: - ', Fl' '21 Dl'Q'5'k'l', ' -z 'h 'ly fl! sl 5 uv ' Front Row Bobby Hohulm Elalne Bartlow Mary Dutuch Gall Goetzmgel Jean Martln Carol VVettstem Walter Knecht Second Row Larly Knntz Donald Tannel Xernon Wettsteln Ray Reesel Dlckle Hays Duane Hemold Larry Bauman Ralph Zobrlst Mar'a1et Uluch teachel Thlrd Row kay Fmley Phyllls SCh1lI'6l Marleah Guengerlch Haxold Knapp Donald Ludvug 'Nlaxy McDonald N mcy Wmn Carolyn Zobust Front Row Mahlon Bladle Charlene Hohulm Juanlta Amelman Shexlane Wmn Patsle Payne Cal olyn Payne AIIXUD MCGIHDIS Mary Maztm Twyla Bauman Wialy Hohulm Rlchard hnecht Second Row Wayne Wettsteln Dean Maxtm Beyelly Hohulm Elsle Ott Joan Goetzmger Dolores Rokey Lydla Dletrlch Phyllls Tannen Dorn Hexken Janet Toweza Rlta 'Slebenthal Jlmmv Hohulm Third Row Bllly Dletrlch Bllly Hohulm Clyde Holllger N1rg1lFroman Roger Dlngledlne Wayne Zobrlst C R Mc-Donald, Raymond Wettsteln Wayne Low ery, Donald Horn, M1 James Esch, Prmclpal , Q . ,' ' x 'Y ,sa . . 3 fi X K , . w , ' A 1 K ' , i N K' - 4 ., I 1 A . -. 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W' ' '. . l CONC' ERVILLE GRADE BASK ETBALI TEA NI- I-r1 nt Row Bc-nm Coplan Ronald Clump Lalxx Nllllel Tom Engel, Fmest Qtahl Fddle Hoffmxn James Allen Coach Back Row lJlXlllNl1llLl Nlanlgel Rohut Cxump Qtanlu Bladle Rlch lltl I-ngel I'Uj.,LIlL GllJN0ll Bcnnq Thleku F1ul'NI1llL1 KOUDPIFI D I R KDE B XSKE1 B KI I TE X31 I-ront Row C R 'NIcDonald B1ll Hohulxn Waxnc Z0b1lSt Y11f.,1l F10 man Clyde HiJlll2'C1 Donald Ludxxlg, Wayne Wettstcm Second Row Dean Nlutm Man 1201 Waltu Ixnecht Ralph ZOlJl1l', Jimmy Hohulln Rlchald knecht Rax Reeser Third Row Laxu hunt? N Q1 non W6ttQtQlH LHIIX Baum ln Halolcl Knapp Duane Helnold D1ckx Hax 95 D XVEN PORT GRADE BXSKETBALL TE-SNI Front Row Paul Watklns R1cha1d qlY0llY Gene Clemeens Bob Vhlder Jxck hellel Bllly Hone Lexoy Clallx Lum Lelken Joe Stlombelgex Bal nu -Xzgo Second Row Edvxm VN atkms Dax 1d Householtu Ronme Smlth John Slfllltll Rlchard Remmelt Nlaxnald 'Nlxu John Lcman Jun Bzubakel Jun XNll50FI LIIIN Nlelalk Gelald Wood Back Row Coach D Dcfenbaugh LcRm Dudcn Sam Anllkex Rax mond Llmmuman Ldxxx I- nies Nllkn Ro Q mm L Q lxul lute! Rlddlc 0 Ilghtfoot Ben Bon xld Bob lluschcl . I . Q v - v ' . ry Y 4 ' 7 , .' . l ,, ag , , . I - - .v' ' 1' 1 vu . A . - ,. . , 1- - ,L xl' - x, ' - 4. ' J ' . , , my A rm . 5 y , ,Y z '1', '1 .' I 14 I 1 I J 4A LT ' '- 1' y ' tg W ' Y , .' ".,.' .- " J . 7 V . A' I '.7' 7 ! 7 4 1. '- 1 Az", - A ' vu 5, . .. . . . .. +3 ' - C 1 x x 7 C by Y V 1 . A 1 . 4 s . ,' ' v ,- 5 7 1 A 7 Bobby Hohulmg James Esh, Coach. . . , 1' ! i ," W ' ,V '- .7 y y . 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Af T-1-- . , .. ,- , AL Al J o V W Y "' . .14 J 4 A Ji All Al -,I 9 V A . P . ,,. p A . - Y 9 - , ,. A I ur ., U, . lx fun I 71 L A . 1 ywqw 7 . . ' Ph wus ' '1 Q. , ,. 1 , A ,L' I 1 n I 4 J II QI' WISIII S of Foster Jewelry D11n1m1d VI ltehe Cloek SIIX elm 116 Glttx II1o11e 14 FLRP Ixk Goodfleld State Bank FOOIJFIEI IJ II I INOIS Cumme1L11l I llllxlllg I All X N 11m1t SLIIIJILI 7 U00 00 N10 000 00 INILITIIJGI of Fedu xl Depoxlt IIISLII mee CO1 1501 111011 Hangartner 8: Blttner IUIIN DI PRP I XRNI EQI II WENT 1111 W EWIIWI HOI SI' md NI XX T AG XPPI I ANL ES SAI I S 11111 S14 RX ICI' f OOIJI IPI IJ II I INOIS Floors and Walls, Inc S'HAIl IIIF WX I PKI XINFTIAN ISIINDS IJRXII-RIPS H0111 G11 II mtaerl Sxtl futon IX XSHINI ION II I INOIS I'h0ne 311 IC. ' S if ' FI1.-XSS '52 . 1' 'I I I 71 1 I '. 1' E z l 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 , Y -J Q I, A I 'I 1 L I I 1 . , 'z - s .1 1 1 1' ' 1 - s - ,Z . Q1 l I ,' '1 :fu l N 1 v 1 1 K A 4 Ak C A, 4 A I V 1 ' I '. , II1I1. 1 1 1 1 1 I ' 1 1 , 1 1 1 I I I I 1 , 1 1 .I nl I1IN0I1EUNI -- RIfGS - CARPETING Af'I - 1" " 1 1 - I1 1 1 'ER ' 'Vs 'iz " f Jf 1 'llfllep I A I A A' 1 -I fl - I ,J I-1 Cz ' al .' ' s .-of , . . S"' ' ' ' ' All " 'zu v Sz sz' - II 1 ' 1 Va Q '2 -1 ' I .2 ' 1 ' xr- v ' v I 1- : . . I 1 , 1 1 1 . . T1mberl1ne Gravel Co , Inc VSASHED SAND AND GRAVEI ROAD GRAVEI CONGERVII I E ILLIINOIS Ihone Deer Creek 6210 E I BADE Presldent COMPLINIENTS Traver Food Market CROLERIES MEATS U Eureka Illmols CONIPLINIENTS Ulrlch Products Corporation RO ANOKE II I IINOIS CON LINIENITS Wlttmer DDU EUREK -X S AI PI IANCE SHOP O O , J A A OF U I A , Y I V E. R. BADE, Secretary-Treasurer A A -IP I I , QF OF ' 7 S I '1 UD lj 9 J to the CLASS GF '52 HIGH SCHOOL VGCAL DEPT Congratulations Dont throw them away repalr then today' PARSONS SHOE SALES AND SERVICE CONIPLINIENTS Shoes Laces Pollsh Rubber Footwear M k 'ms Soc S DR J W RILEY Scholls Foot Comfort R0m9dl6S G T McGUIRE DAVID ROBENSTEIN COMPLETE INSURANCE SERVICE ctsrowr BKLING Phone 47 SECOR ILLINOIS Phone EUREKA ILLINOIS Plans- Best WlShCS to the Class of 1952 J B Snyder 86 Son Phone 182 I I S , OF , 372 , I I WMM"-llUNH'QN13,Jy-A W' ,T ,-,- My M ' ---'Y 5 . O O WHEN You BUY LIFE INSURANCE Get the Most for Your Money' Country Lnfe Insurance GIVES You Lowest Cost and Greatest Secunty Low Premlum Good D1V1dCHClS and a F1I13I'1C13l Statement That Surpasses Most EUREKA Member of Ill1no1s Underwnters Round Table EUREKA HARDWARE CO ROBERT KLAUS Owner PHONE 28 QUALITY MERCHANDISE - REASONABLE PRICES SATISFIED CUSTOMERS GENERAL ELECTRIC APPLIANCES HARDWARE and GIFT ITEMS DRI GAS COOKING and HEATING CHIEF PAINTS SIEGLER DUO THERM and PERFECTION OIL HEATERS DUANE J. GENRE NN rj .3 if-9 1 Wmfwwwl H easf' Y3OY'H'1 So AW 'CDC' Frontrers have changed Generauons ago Westward Ho' was the cry Today newer bxgger frontmers have opened up east west north south everywhere' But human characterrsmcs have not changed now as then the man wlth know how ambrtron and the w1ll to work wms' True geograph1c boundar1es no longer 1dent1fy a frontrer Yours may be IU med1c1ne mdustry agrrculture research a busmess of your own' How can you recogmze your front1ers7 Take a t1p from the ploneers They saw their front1er as a challenge to overcome obstacles they knew that an honest day s work brought them an honest day s return They found that freedom happrness peace wealth the rxght to be somebody had to be earned and were well worth earmng' Choose a worthy frontrer for your goal Then be w1ll1ng to work as hard for xt as d1d your forefathers On the other srde of your frontxer 15 success Bon voyage' CATERPILLAR TRACTOR 60 , PEORIA ILLINOIS ff I Q., , X C. -' ul ,rl e X 0 Mitre.- X 'F , - . as '71 I I ,ff j ff 1 ' I L V I f f, QZX ll -'-'A ' l EUREKA NEWS SERVICE Plrdxl Il1u 'N X PAIXX -X AI' Ahll SI X X WALTER BURTON Ihnm n Pl nr lx x ROCKE APIARIES mm 1 HONEY mm l-ulnki Illln N ll l'nf's f'U.'TI.'I'1N'I'.-XI. 'I' .. I . 'AYS TILTNUIS HIGHXVAY TH. NSVURT. ' ION CU. VH. 'H CH VHAVH SIiRX'If'IC U'I'f."'I'fHf LIJION , A K - v , VV I,l'HllHL'1'l'S 211111 I,2tt'lil'l'w ul' 'A -v 'Y VHQXIIZ .-XXI IiX'I'HAf"I'ICU ZICPHYR .XNYNINGS 2 1 F031 lil N' .X TIUN XYIN IDUNYS .XX D SFR li If NS fall 1-TEV' fllbl' I"1'vv Ifslimzllm- I ' ' ' 2. ' 0 i. EUREKA FARMERS 00-DP. ASS'R. Dealersin GRAIN, FEEDS, FEIIGE SEEDS AIID SALT Phone 46 Joe Leman Mgr Juices Vegetables Frunts Canned Meats Salmon Pickles Olives Condiments Baby Foods Frozen Foods LOOK TO FOR PERFECTION 1 9 u 0 0 Q Q 0 Q Q 0 0 Q Q 9 0 llave Trme For Yourself Q Q. Whrle llmner Cooks LET REIIDY D0 IT' ,W With Electrrc Accurate Controls f You Are Gookmg Wrth Measured Heat 9 For Those Delrclous llecrpes 0 0 ucnr colurnrrr PHONE 212 :uma mm PRODUCTS EUWEKI HITGHERV mmm UUE Quality Foods Eureka DRESSED POULTRY New Hampshlre CUSTOM DRESSED POULTRY Chwks FRESH EGGS EDD Ellfllil RALPH IMHOFF P RAI I H IMHOFF 5 . L E I .I . , .. . Y cerrrnnl mirrors 11" 1- RQ, -K I , A A Q M Yir, ,,.' V' ,.,, ,l In 3 A 4. 1 E, , NM A 'I P, .,,, 'E 1 D , I V , I-if 5.1 if'-i .-:rx-ug. mf ' ' X D " 7 -5 u 0' ryan f I' hy K, ,J arf 4- A. : . 3 W r get A, ' A ' ff' " x , ,lL, X 1412.1 J' IZ., I " "I if LIL,-,nxwrnf-493"i"' Telephone 237 EUREKA II LINOIS The best assurance of the future IS the perfoxmance of the past ALLIS CHALMERS MEYER ELEVATORS Servlce Dealers Glve Your Automoblle e BEST IN LUBRICATION Woodford County s Most Complete and Up to Date SGFVICG Stat1on ROG JOHN ORRIE CLIFF TRADE WHERE THE SERVICE IS SNAPPY AND THE BOYS ARE HAPPY WOODFORD COUNTY SERVICE CO PHONE 40 EUREKA ILLINOIS , J u ' , n 66 ' 99 th at 9 - ....,. ..,..+1.-.....,....-,,-' ,. , . . O 3 Let,s Go Out to UOGDENSH For the Best of Food and Dalry Products PHONE 118W MILK AND ICE CREAM Best Wlshes to the Class of 52 'OGDENS The Best of Food The Best of Servlce Curb SCFVICC Ph 118 W E L ' 9 5 Y 9 John Crawford, Prop. one ure 'a, Ill. Z B fb n .003 OF AN INCH DEEP QUALITY ARTWORK Ann ENGRAVING snrcn lass est Wishes, Seniors Congratulations to the Class of 1952! B E N R T A N N E R CONTRACTOR at BUILDER Phone 8811 Goodfield Ill C OWIPI IUFNTS Wrnght and Street, Inc C1 xft men O1 FR-XNK XX HXSON 0100 107 Fo t 1 -Xu Ch1t1g,o 6 OJ 1111101 Q1 cw 5 5 eff if at f C , 0 of Q 'z ' s f ' JEWELRY AND STATIONERY ' -5 1. sex W., Y "sf 3 , I' 's EUREKA ILL. Phone 809J Walter H Smith GENERAL AUCTIONEER buxer 'md seller and to the gen e1'1l publlc None Too Small None Too Lfuge Wrenn Motor Sales C ARS TRUCKS TRACTORS Repairs Rebulldlng ,,,.n f RL ,vt U9 Qi 'sig TRIPLE PROTECTION IN s u R A N c E Q AU1'Ql SEE YOUR o LIFE STATE I-'ARM o rm: l Aosur PAUI I IGHTFOOT Phone 120 Eurekw Illmols REGISTERED ABERDEEN ANGUS CATTIE Cattle for Sale 'lt All Times Vlsltors Welcome Bonnle Burgess Z Phone 41 Roanoke Illmols P a u I D Z e h r Phone 831W Eureka Illmols 7 7 u u 4 Q l"o 0 5 3 0 Y 0, 5 55 4' .o ,A LIVE lu, gmt Aup Q 4 4, ,iv 'ov fi' ,, E .., r 5 L I- 1 ' S H -5' .sf 4 4 a Z I Hzucrbi-'Tx loo"llGT0"Wx , 1 1 Sales where service is rendered to U' ' c L , T ' J A 'C . r T l O 1 'o 1 1 . ' 7 . . 9 'IW' BEST WISHES TO CLA OF 1952 .... A FARM SERVICE ORGANIZATION SCI-IROCK BROS CO SCHROFK FERTII IZER SERS ICE SCHROLK HYBRID LORN CO CONGERVII I E II I INOIS HEYL OTOR CO u-rsrrl.. 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