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The Class of 955
Unit District 140
V lume X Eureka, Illinois
TI-IE 1-ICJRNET STAFF
Editor, Ronald Hammond
Ina Mae Owen
Pat Van Sycoc
We have just knocked on the door of the future and are
now ready to go our separate ways.
Years from now, as we leaf through this the "55" edition
of the Hornet, may many memories come back and remind
us of the rewarding days spent together at Eureka High
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Mr. H. L. Dyar has devoted many years of effort to establishing
better schools. He was born near Lowpoint, Illinois, on January 3, 1876.
He was educated in Lowpoint Grade School, Washburn High School, Dick-
sion College, Eureka College, and the University of Illinois.
He taught rural school for three years, in the Durant Schools, three
years at Eureka College, was principal of Deland High, taught in Table
Grove, Farmington, Villa Grove, and Washburn High School. He left the
latter to become Woodford County Superintendent of Schools in 1927.
A Mr. Dyar says his greatest pleasure has been, "Meeting good school
officials and teachers at all levels." We know him for his rare sense of
humor, his kindliness, his breadth of understanding, his wide sympathy,
and the generosity with which he gives his time and energy, and his wil-
lingness to share his wide experience. Certainly we can say, "His living
among us has made us all more wealthy."
H. L. Dyar, County Superintendent
Concern for its children is reflected in the schools of a com-
munity. Good schools are the product of school board vision and
action, the faithful service of prepared teachers, and the understanding
and support of parents and the total community.
In the test of administrative vision and action, of the quality of
instruction and of community support, Unit District 140 has a su-
It is a pleasure to extend congratulations to Eureka, Conger-
ville, Goodfield schools.
I-I. L. Dyar.
Board of Education
Front row: Clarence Noe, Sam Bechtel, Mrs. Edward Riley, Roy Kuntz. Back row: Superintendent
Tilman R. Smith, Earl Reel, Kenneth Cross, Donald Argo.
Educational Advisory Council
Front Row:-Stanley Schumacher, Robert Kennell, William Meginnes, Mrs. Ed. Bade, Mrs. Virgil
Purdy, Richard Romersberger. Second Row-Ralph Brown, Mrs. C. E. Albers, Mrs. Earl Goodale,
Mrs. Ralph Plattner, Mrs. Chester Sauder. Third Row-Tilman Blunier, Mrs. Robert Taylor, Mrs.
Sam Dunlap, Mrs. Charles Stauter, Mrs. Dan Knapp. Fourth Row-Louis Baumann, Herbert Kauff-
man, Mrs. Mahlon Zimmerman, Mrs. Lloyd Vercler, Mrs. L. G. Hines. Back Row-Ralph Imhoff.
Joseph Klaus, Irving' Chenoweth, Stanley Birkey, Dinald Hawthorne, Lester Rcdiger, Harold Imhof.
KENNETH D. CABLE
M. Ed., M. A., University of Illinois
B. A., Cornell University
Mr. Cable is the Principal of the Eureka
High School and also teaches Algebra. He
has held his position as principal for eleven
years. During that period, he has given
much of his time and effort toward personal
counseling, not to mention the other school
TILMAN R. SMITH
A. B., Goshen College
M. A., University of Iowa
M. S., University of Illinois
For the past six years Unit District 140
has been capably supervised by Tilman R.
Smith. He helps solve many problems,
ranging from the care of snowbound busses
to a student's or teacher's personal problem.
All these things are done without complaint
and without restraint of his time and energy.
B. Ed., Illinois State Nor-
M. A., Bradley University
Mr. Emory has taught Indus-
trial Arts I, II, and III for nine
years at Eureka High School.
He also has a class at Davenport
Grade School. He is co-advisor
to the Freshman Class.
B. A., Monmouth College
Miss Clark has had charge of
the vocal music department for
the last four years. She also
teaches at the Congerville and
Goodfield Grade Schools.
B. S., Central Missouri
Mr. Hammond has been with
Eureka High School fournteen
years. The commercial subjects
he teaches are Typing, Short-
hand, Bookkeeping, and Ofiice
practice. He Will be the faculty
sponsor of the Senior Chapter of
the National Honor Society.
B. Ed., Illinois State Nor-
Miss Douglas has completed
her fourth year at Eureka High
School. She teaches English II
and fills the post of librarian.
Also, she has been co-advisor to
the Junior Class and advisor for
the cheerleaders this past year.
B. S., University of Illinois
M.1Ed., University of Illinois
For the past seven years Mr.
Phillips has taught the Agricul-
tural classes of Eureka High
School. He has been the advisor
to the F. F. A. during this time.
EDWARD L. MAJOR
B. A., Eureka College
M. A., University of Illinois
Mr. Major has faithfully serv-
ed Eureka High School for twen-
ty-two years. During this time
he has taught World History,
American History, Civics and
Economics. He has also served
as faculty advisor to the Hornet
and in the past year has served
as co-advisor to the Senior Class.
B. S., Eureka College
M. S., University of Illinois
Mr. Reesman has been with
Eureka High School for eleven
years. General Science, Biology,
and Chemistry are the subjects
taught by him. He is the ad-
visor for Student Council. He
devotes much of his time as pho-
tographer for the Hornet.
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A. B., Bradley University
For eleven years Miss Jenkins
has taught physical education
for the girls at Eureka High
School. She is advisor for the
G. A. A. and also teaches phys-
ical education at Davenport
University of Nebraska
Conservatory of Music,
Conservatory of Music,
Mr. Saxton has served Eu-
reka High School for twenty-
three years as band instructor.
He also teaches at the grade
schools of Unit District 140.
B. S., James Millikin Uni-
Miss Helgen has just come to
the conclusion of her first year
of teaching Home Economics I,
II, and III at Eureka High
School. She has also been ad-
visor of the F. H. A. and co-
advisor of the Freshman Class.
She will be sponsor of the Fresh-
man and Sophomore Chapter of
the Honor Society, which is be-
A. B., Illinois Wesleyan Uni-
M. A., Bradley University
This Was Mr. Wallick's ninth
year at Eureka High School.
He teaches Freshman Algebra
and Mathematics Ig also, he
coaches track and football.
B. S., Eureka College
This was Mr. Thommen's
third year at Eureka High
School. Besides being coach of
basketball and baseball, and as-
sistant coach of football, he
teaches Mathematics, Physics,
A. B., Evansville College,
Mrs. McCutcheon has finished
her first year of teaching at Eu-
reka High School. The subjects
she teaches are Latin I and II,
and English I. She has been
co-advisor of the Sophomore
Class and sponsor of the Nau-
A. B-, Bethany College,
Mrs. Ward has been at Eu-
reka High School for one year.
She teaches English III, IV, and
Speech. She also has direction
of the dramatic presentations of
the school. She has been co-
advisor of the Senior Ciass this
Mrs. Bruce has faithfully watched the health of
all the students in Unit District 140 for five years.
Mrs. Sansom has just finished a busy first year
as school secretary. She has been most helpful in
Front Row-Paul Lightfoot, Lloyd Stalter, D. M. Bruce.
Back Row-Guilford Zook, Mike Miller, Kenneth Crawford, Jim Hewitt,
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GEORGE ADAMS PAUL LIGHTFOOT
1. You see babe, it's this way. 2. Yes, indeedy. 3. My, th0y'rc so smart. 4. Who said that
5. Now lc-t's see, it should go round. 6. Are-n't you ashamed? 7. Dear Mr. Jones.
Roger Fisher Jim Riddle
Vice-President R ,
Freshman Class History
The Class of "58" entered Eureka High in the fall of 1954 and became the largest
class in school with seventy-three members.
Leading the class through the year were Roger Fisher, presidentg Ralph Garber,
evice-presidentg Jim Riddle, secretaryg and Carol Wettstein, treasurer. They selected
Lydia Leman and Larry Zimmerman to represent them in Student Council. Miss
Helgen and Mr. Cable were the class advisors.
The activities of the class included F. F. A., Chorus, and Band along with Various
sports. There was also the Freshman Initiation and two class parties.
Judith Aschleman Garland Bachman Ellen Barrett
Elaine Bartlow Larry Bauman Janice Blumenshine
Joyce Blunier Naomi Bowald Carol Brown Mike Brown
Keith Cable Steve Colburn Eddie Crawford Linda Cook
Robert Crump Ronald Crump Mary Dietrich
Jim Dildine Richard Eastman Tom Engel
David Ginzel Sam Harrod Janice Hartzler Sharon Hefner
Duane Heinhold Lucy Hines Bob Hohulin Everett Kettwich
John Kinder Carol Humes Terry Klaus
Harold Knapp Bill Krumholz Lydia Leman
Gary Lightfoot De Anne Major Helen McClanahan Larry Miller
Pamela Miller Eva Moore Jane Moreland Joy Myers
Bonnie Nelson Susan Nickel Doris Noland
Mildred Piper Ray Reeser Pat Riley
Betty Robenstein Janet Rokey Alice Sandstrom Bill Sansom
Glen Schachabauer Margaret Scheid Phyllis Schierer Donna Schoup
Della Sides Richard Sinn Ernest Stahl
Dan Sullivan Mary Ann Troyer Lynne Tweedale
Milton Watkins Keith Wood Lola Woosley Gerry Zimmerman
Larry Zimmerman Marilyn Zimmerman Carolyn Zobrist
Mary Lott Larry Eades
Jerry Wood '
Sophomore Class History
After a successful Freshman year with Jim Hohulin, president and Mr. Emory and
Mrs. Sullivan as their advisors, the Class of '57 chose Mary Lott for their president,
Gerald Wood, vice-president, Larry Eades, secretaryg Lynda Dosher, treasurerg and
Mr. Emory and Mrs. McCutcheon as their advisors to carry on the Sophomore year.
Their Student Council representatives for the two years Were Bob Herschel and Sally
Roehm, Freshman, Rachel Yoder and Richard Knecht, Sophomore.
During both years they were strongly represented in FFA, FHA, GAA, Chorus,
Band and many other extra-curricular activities. There also were large attendances at
the class parties and Initiation party.
Sam Anliker Twyla Bauman Janice Bilbrey
Ben Bowald Judy Bradle Betty Brubaker
Jack Carr Harold Cordes Suzanne Crawford Gerry Curfman
Valerie Curtis Bill Dietrich Linda Frank Virgil Froman
Bob Fryrear Carolyn German Allan Getz
June Haley Elizabeth Hancock
Bob Herschel Beverly Hohulin James Hohulin
David Householter Lee Karl Doris Knapp
Richard Knecht Tom Lightfoot
Lorraine Martinez David Miller
Judy Myers C. R. McDonald Arlynn McGinnis
Bill Noll Elsie Ott Phyllis Peterson
Rita Siebenthal John Smith
Janet Tower Barbara Wasson
Edwin Watkins Henry Watkins Raymond Wettstein
Wayne Wettstein Jim Whittington Sherlane Winn
Phoebe Woerner Rachel Yoder
Pat Zehr Raymond Zimmerman
Alyce Curtis Joann Goetzinger
Junior Class History
During the '54-'55 year the Juniors chose Alyce Curtis to head their class as pres-
identg Allene Gooding as vice presidentg Joann Goetzinger as secretary, and Bill Ho-
hulin as treasurer.
The Juniors sold candy at noon, took care of concessions at home games, sponsored
a car wash in the fall, presented their play "Star Light-Star Bright," sold Christmas
cards, and picked up corn to make money for the Junior-Senior Banquet and their all-
Leroy Clark was presidentg Marian Smith, vice-presidentg Alyce Curtis, secretary,
and Marjorie Martin, treasurerg during their sophomore year.
The sophomores paid class dues to raise money for an all-school party.
In the freshman year, Richard Remmert led the class as presidentg Nancy Wilson,
vice presidentg Joann Goetzinger, secretary, and Delores Rokey, treasurer.
The freshmen had a party for themselves during their first year in high school.
They were also invited to a party given by the seniors after initiation.
Juanita Amerman Barnard Argo Vera Blumenshine
Joyce Beck Stanley Bradle Jerry Brubaker
Kittie Brubaker Leroy Clark Patricia Crump
Lydia Dietrich Leroy Dirden Richard Engel
Richard Frank Eugene Gibson Charlene Hohulin
Mary Hohulin Bill Honeg Donald Horn
Vyra Deene Kauffman Jack Keller Marjorie Knapp
Kent Knox Marjorie Lawrence Larry Leiken
John Leman Marjorie Martin Marlene Meier
Larry Melaik Nancy Miller Jim Morrison
Maynard Myers Linda Otten Joyce Pfeffinger
Norma Porth Richard Remmert Lester Riddle
Carol Rippel Mary Ann Roney Delores Rokey
Will Ann Sides Richard Siverly Doris Small
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Marian Smith Mary Ann Spaulding Glen Stahl
Joe Stromberger Phyllis Tanner Cosby Taylor
Carol Ulrich Donna Ulrich Paul Watkins Bob Wilder
Nancy Wilson Jerry Wilson Eleanor Zimmerman Wayne Zobrist
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SHARON LOU JANSSEN
"Let us then be up and doing."
Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4, Junior Play 3, One-Act
Plays 4, F.H.A. 1, G.A.A. 1, 2, Student Council 3, 4, Nautilus
2, 3, 4, Co-editor 4, Operetta 2, 3, 4, Stunt Show 1, 2, 3, 4,
Contests 1, 2, 3, 4, Class Officer 3, 4, Secretary 3, President 4,
Ensembles 1, 2, 3, 4, Orchestra 3, A Cappella 2, 3, 4, Queen
Attendant 4, Madrigal 4, Yearbook 4.
FRANKLIN DELBERT GERBER
"Worth makes the man, the want of it, the fellow."
Chorus 2, 3, 4, Junior Play 3, Student Council 2, Yearbook 4,
Operetta 3, 4, Class Tournaments 1, 2, 3, 4, Football 1, 2, 3, 4-
Co-Captain 3, Captain 4, Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4, Track 1, 2, 3, 4,
Contests 2, 3, 4, Class Officer 4-Vice President, Letterman
2, 3, 4.
BILLIE EVELYN DUBREE
"A woman's nay doth stand for naught."
Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4-Treasurer 4, Junior Play 3, One-Act Plays 4,
F.H.A. 1, 2, 3, 4-Song Leader 3, G.A.A. 1, 2, Student
Council 2, 4, Nautilus 2, 3, 4-Assistant Editor 3, Editor 4,
Yearbook 4, Operetta 2, 3, 4, Class Tournaments 1, 2, 3,
Stunt Show 2, 3, 4, Solo 1, 2, 3, 4, Contests 1, 2, 3, , Class
Ofiicer 4-Secretary, Ensembles 2, 3, A Cappella 2, 3, 4, Mad-
rigal 4, All State 4.
DONNA LOUCRETIA SINGLETON
"They laugh that win."
Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4, Junior Play 3, F. H. A. 1, 2, 3
G.A.A. 1, 2, 3, Student Council 4, Yearbook 4, Operetta 2, 3, 4
Class Tournaments 1, 2, 3, 4, Stunt Show 2, 3, 4, Contest 1
2, 3, 4, Class Ofiicer 3, 4-Treasurer, Senior Play 4.
R U T H A N N A L E S
"The end must justify the means."
Chorus 1, F.H.A. 1, G.A.A. 1, 2, 3, Yearbook 4,
Operetta 1, Class Tournaments 1, 2, 3, 4, Stunt
Show 1, 2, 3.
J E A N A L L E N
"Variety is the spice of life."
Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4, Junior Play 3,
F.H.A. 1, G.A.A. 1, 2, 3, 4-Secretary 2, Student
Council 3, 4-Treasurer 3, Nfautilus 3, 4-Feature
Editor 4, Yearbook 4, Operetta 2, 3, 4, Class
Tournaments 1, 2, 3, 4, Cheer Leader 2, 3, Stunt
Show 1, 2, 3, 4, Solo 4, Contests 1, 2, 3, 4, Class
Oflicer 1-Secretary, Ensembles 1, 2, Orchestra 1, 2,
A Cappella 2, 3, 4, Madrigal 3, 4, Senior Play 4.
DONALD RAY BAUMAN
"He is well paid that is well satisfied."
FFA. 1, 2, 3, 4-Reporter 4, Yearbook 4, Class
Tournaments 1, 3, 4.
ROBERT YORK BISHOP
"Facts are stubborn things."
Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4, Junior Play 3, Student Council
3, 4-President 4, Yearbook 4-Literary Editor,
Operetta 2, 3, 4, Track 1, 2, 3, Solo 1, 2, 3, Contests
1, 2, 3, 4, Madrigal 2, 3, A Cappella 1, 2, 3, 4,
All-State 3, 4.
JUDIE KAY BITTNER
"Music must belong to all people,
not just a chosen few."
Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4-President 4, Junior Play 3, F.H.A.
1, G.A.A. 1, 2, 3, Yearbook 4, Operetta 2, 3, 4,
Class Tournaments 2, 3, Stunt Show 2, 3, 4, Solo 1,
3, 4, Contests 1, 2, 3, 4, Class Ofiicer 2-Secretary,
Ensembles 3, A Cappella 3, 4, Madrigal 4, One-
act Plays 4.
SHIRLEY LOU BRADLE
" Hope tells a flattering tale."
F.H.A. 2, 3, 4, G.A.A. 1, 2, 3, 4, Yearbook 4,
Tournaments 1, 2, 3, 4.
"Now's the day and n0w's the hour."
Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4, Junior Play 3, F.H.A. 1, G.A.A.
1, 2, 3, 4, Nautilus 2, 3, 4-Literary Editor 3, Year
book 4, Operetta 2, 3, Class Tournaments 1, 2, 3, 4,
Librarian 1, Stunt Show 2, 3, Solo 1, Contests 2.
BENJAMIN FRANKLIN' BRUBAKER
"The proper study of mankind is man."
Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4, Student Council 1, 4, Yearbook 4,
Operetta 4, Class Tournaments 1, 2, Football 1,
Stunt Show 1, 2, 4, Solo 4, Contests 1, 4, En-
sembles 4, Senior Play 4.
WILLIAM EUGENE DILDINE
"Faint heart ne'er won fair lady."
F.F.A. 1, 3, 4, Yearbook 4, Class Tournaments 4,
Senior Play 4.
JANET MAE EASTMAN
"A rose by any other name would smell as sweet."
Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4, Junior Play 3,
F.H.A. 1, G.A.A. 1, 2, 3, Student Council 4, Year-
book 4, Operetta 4, Class Tournaments 2, 4, Cheer
Leader 2, Stunt Show 2, 3, 4, Solo 3, 4, Contest 1,
2, 3, 4, Ensembles 2, 3, 4, Orchestra 2, 3, A Cappella
2, 3, 4, Homecoming Queen 4, Madrigal 4, One-
Act Play 4.
DARRELL PAUL EYMAN
"The man that blushes is not quite a brute."
Chorus 4, Junior Play 3, Yearbook 4-Sports Editor,
Football 4, Basketball 3, Letterman 4.
RONALD DEAN FRYREAR
"Truth is always strange, stranger than fiction."
Yearbook 4, Track 3, 4.
ROBERT ALAN BRUBAKER
"He has a wicked look, be careful, ladies."
Chorus 1, 2, 4, Yearbook 4, Class Tournaments 1,
2, 4, Football 1, 4, Basketball 1, 2, 4, Baseball 1, 4,
Stunt Show 2.
KENNETH EUGENE BURRELL
"Satan finds some idol mischief for idle hands to do."
Chorus 1, 4, Yearbook 4, Class Tournaments 1, 2, 4,
Football 3, Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4, Track 1, 2, 3,
Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4, Letterman 1, 2, 3, 4.
WAYNE EARL CARR
"Man is a giddy thing."
Chorus 4, Yearbook 4-Circulation Manager, Stunt
Show 3, 4, Contests 4, National Poetry Contest
Winner 4, Senior Play 4.
WANDA MAE CRUMP
"There's nothing half so sweet in
life as love's young dream."
Chorus 1, F.H.A. 1, 2, 3, 4, G.A.A. 1, 2, 3, 4, Class
Tournaments 1, 2, 3, 4, Librarian 3, 4, Stunt Show
2, 4, Yearbook 4.
JUDITH ELAINE GEIGER
"A woman's noblest station is retreat."
Chorus 1, 3, 4, F.H.A. 1, 2, 3, 4-Secretary 2, 3-
President 4, G.A.A. 2, 3, 4-President 3, Student
Council 1, 3, 4, Nautilus 2, 3, 4-Treasurer 4, Year-
book 4-Business Manager, Operetta 3, 4, Class
Tournaments 1, 2, 3, 4, Stunt Show 2, 3, 4, Contests
3 Class Officer 2, 3-President 3-Vice President 2,
Ensembles 4, A Cappella 4.
SHIRLEY DELORIS GIBSON
"A quiet, but loyal classmate is she."
Chorus 1, 3, 4, F.H.A. 2, 3, 4, G.A.A. 2, 3, Year-
boo-k 4: Operetta 1, 3, 4, Class Tournaments 1, 2, 3,
Librarian 2, 4, One-Act Plays 4, Senior Play 4.
WILLIAM PLUMMER HAMILTON
Screw your courage to the sticking place."
Chorus 4, Class Tournaments 1, 2, 3, 4, Football
1 2 3, 4, Basketball 4, Librarian 4, Letterman 2
3 4 Baseball 2, 3, 4, One-Act Play 4, Junior Prem
King 3, Senior Play 4.
RONALD ALBERT HAMMOND
"Music hath charms to soothe the savage beast."
Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Chorus 4, Junior Play 3, Yearbook 4,
Editor, Librarian 2, Stunt Show 1, 3, Solo 1, 2, 3, 4,
Ensembles 3, 4, Orchestra 1, 2, 3, 4, All-State Band
3, 4, One-Act Plays 4, Senior Play 4.
MARLENE ANN HARTTER
"I had a dream which was not all a dream."
Chorus 1, 2, Junior Play 3, One-Act Plays 3, F.H.A.
1, G.A.A. 1, Nautilus 2, 3, Yearbook 4, Operetta 2,
Stunt Show 1, 2, 3, 4, Solo 2, Contests 2, Senior
PEARL ANN HOUSEHOLTER
"Virtue alone is happiness."
F.H A. 1, 2, 3, 4-Historian 3-Secretary 4, G.A A 2
Yearbook 4, Class Tournaments 4, Librarian
Senior Play 4.
RITA CLARE KRUMHOLZ
"Smiling and always ready for a good time."
Chorus 4, F.H.A. 1, 2, 3, 4, G.A.A. 1, 2, 3, Yearbook
4, Operetta 4, Class Tournaments 1, 2, 3, 4, Stunt
Stunt Show 2.
DOROTHY ANN KUEBLER
"She is a quiet girl at times."
Chorus 1, F.H.A. 1, 2, G.A.A. 1, 2, 3, 4, Yearbook 4
Operetta 1, Class Tournaments 1, 2, 3, 4, Stunt
Show 2, Senior Play 4.
FRANK EUGENE MYERS
"Silence is golden?
Yearbook 45 Class Tournaments 2, 3, 45 Baseball 25
Stunt Show 2, 4.
ROZANNA LEE McGINNIS
"Stillwater runs deep."
Chorus 45 F.H.A. 1, 2, 3, 45 Yerabook 45 Operetta 4.
PERCY DOUGLAS NEAVEILL
"lt is a great thing, I think, to be a manf'
Junior Play 35 Yearbook 45 Class Tournaments 2, 35
Track 25 Baseball 3.
DARLENE MAE NEUHAUSER
"Order is heaven's first law."
Chorus 15 F.H.A. 3, 45 G.A.A. 2, 35 Yearbook 4.
WENDELL RALPH LITWILLER
"A farmer is the founder of civilization."
Chorus 1, 45 F.F.A. 1, 2, 3, 4-Vice President5 Student
Council 1, 35 Yearbook 45 Class Tournaments 1, 3, 45
Stunt Show 35 Class Officer 1-Treasurer.
"Laugh yourself into stitches."
Chorus 45 Operetta 4.
MARY ROSIE MARTINEZ
"A smile is a good beginning for a friendship."
One-Act Plays 45 F.H.A. 15 G.A.A. 1, 2, 35 Year-
book 45 Class Tournaments 1, 2, 3, 45 Librarian 15
Stunt Show 1.
DONALD FRANCIS MORELAND
"These are the times that try men's souls."
Chorus 1, 2, 3, 45 Band 15 Junior Play 35 One-Act
Plays 45 Yearbook 45 Operetta 2, 3, 45 Class Tourna-
' ments 1, 2, 3, 45 Track 1, 2, 3, 45 Baseball 45 Stunt
Show 15 Letterman 3, 45 A Cappella 2, 3, 45 Solo
3, 45 Contests 1, 2, 3, 45 Ensembles 2, 3, 45 Foot-
ball 1, 2, 3, 4.
LAVONNE MARIE NOLL
"A good nature goes far in this world."
Chorus 4, Yearbook 4, Junior Prom Queen 3.
I N A M A E O W E N
"Let me not burst in ignorance"
Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4, Junior Play 3,
F.H.A. 1, G.A.A. 1, 2, 3, 4, Nautilus 2, 3, Yearbook
4, Class Tournaments 1, 2, 3, 4, Cheer Leader 4,
Librarian 1, 2, Stunt Show 2, 3, 4, Solo 2, 3, 4, Con-
test 1, 2, 3, 4, Ensembles 1, 2, 3, 4, Orchestra 1, 2,
3, 4, A Cappella 2, 3, 4.
HAROLD TOM PETERSON
"My only books were w0men's looks,
and folly is all they taught. me."
Yearbook 4, Football 3, 4, Track 3, Letterman 3, 4.
HELEN ELIZABETH ROEHM
"As merry as the day is long."
Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4, Junior Play 3,
One-Act Plays 4, F.H.A. 1, G.A.A. 1, 2, 3, 4-Vice
President 4, Nautilus 2, 3, 4, Yearbook 4, Operetta
2, 4, Class Tournaments 1, 2, 3, 4, Librarian 1,
Stunt Show 1, 2, 3, 4, Solo 1, 2, Contests 1, 2, 3, 4,
Ensembles 1, 2, 3, 4, Orchestra 1, 2, 3, 4, A Cappella
4, Senior Play 4.
BARBARA MAE SCHARP
"Virtue is her own reward."
Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4, Junior Play 3,
One-Act Plays 4, F.H.A. 1, G.A.A. 1, 2, Student
Council 1, 3, 4-Secretary 3-Vice President 4, Nautilus
2, 3, 4, Yearbook 4-Layout Editor, Operetta 2, 3, 4,
Class Tournaments 1, 2, Stunt Show 2, 3, 4, Solo
1, 2, 3, 4, Contests 1, 2, 3, 4, Class Officer 1-
President, Ensembles 1, 2, 3, 4, Orchestra 1, 2, 3, 4,
A Cappella 2, 3, 4, Madrigal 4.
ROBERT' KENNETH SCHIEBER
"I know a trick worth two of that."
F.F.A. 1, 2, 3, 4, Yearbook 4, Class Tournaments 1,
2, 3, 4, Track 1, 3, Stunt Show 3.
PEGGY ANN SCHUMM
"Humor in a quiet sort of way."
Chorus 3, 4, G.A.A. 1, 2, 3, Yearbook 4, Class
Tournaments 1, 2, 3, 4, Contest 3, Senior Play 4.
SARAH CORNELLE SIDES
"There is a sweet little cherub who sits up aloft."
Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4, F.H.A. 1, 2, 3, 4, Yearbook 4,
Operetta 2, 3, 4, Class Tournaments 1, Stunt Show
2, 3, 4, Contest 2, 3, 4, Class Officer 2-Treasurer.
LAURETTA ILENE TANNER
"Stand firm, d0n't flutter."
G.A.A. 1, 2, 3, Yearbook 4, Class Tournaments
1, 2, 3, 4, Stunt Show 4.
WILLIAM GLEN TRAVER
"I am monarch of alllsurveyf'
Chorus 2, 3, 4, Junior Play 3, Student Council 1, 4,
Yearbook 4, Operetta 2, 3, 4, Class Tournaments
1, 2, 3, 4, Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4, Track 1, 2, Stunt
Show 2, 3, Solo 3, 4, Contests 2, 3, 4, Class Officer
2-President 3-Vice President, Ensembles 2, 3, 4,
A Cappella 3, 4, Letterman 2, 3, 4, Madrigal 4,
Senior Play 4.
PATRICIA ANN VAN SCYOC
"The Lord looks down contently upon willing mind."
Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4, One-Act Plays 4, F.H.A. 1, G.A.A.
1, 2, 3, 4, Nautilus 4, Yearbook 4, Operetta 2, 3, 4,
Class Tournaments 4, Stunt Show 1, 2, 3.
LARRY CLARK WABEL
"What man dare,Idare."
F.F.A. 1, 2, 3, 4-Secretary 4, Yearbook 4, Football
1, 2, 3, 4, Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4, Track 1, 3,
Stunt Show 3, Letterman 2, 3, 4, Sweetheart Dance
ROBERT DUANE SMITH
"Not to be hurried or confused."
F.F.A. 1, 2, 3, 4, Student Council 4, Yearbook 4,
Class Tournaments 1, 2, 3, 4, Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4,
Track 1, 2, 3, Stunt Show 2, 3, Letterman 2, 3, 4.
LARRY WAGNER STALTER
"No one knows what he can do until he tries."
Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Chorus 1, 2, Yearbook 4-Art Editor,
Stunt Show 3, Orchestra 2, 3, Contest 1, 2, 3, 4,
Senior Play 4.
DIANE LAVONNE STEINBERG
"We'll fight it out on this line."
Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4, Junior Play 3, F.H.A. 1, G.A.A.
1, 2, 3, Nautilus 2, 3, 4-Exchange Editor 3, 4, Year-
book 4-Layout Editor, Opertta 2 3, 4, Class Tourna-
ments 1, 2, 3, 4, Stunt Show 2, 3, 4, Solo 4, Con-
tests 3, 4, Ensembles 3, 4, A Cappella 4, One-Act
Plays 4, Senior Play 4.
RUSSELL WAYNE STOLLER
"A little learning is a dangerous thing."
Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4, Junior Play 3, Yearbook 4, Op-
eretta 2, 3, 4, Class Tournaments 1, 2, 3, 4, Basket-
ball 2, 3, Track 2, 3, Stunt Show 1, 2, 3, 4, Ensembles
2, 3, 4, A Cappella 2, 3, 4, Letterman 4, Contests
1, 2, 3, 4, Senior Play 4.
BARBARA ANN WILLIS
"Though only once we met, that
meeting I shall never forget."
Chorus 1, 2, 3, 45 Junior Play 35 F.H.A. 1, 2, 3, 4
G.A.A. 1: Student Council 2, Nautilus 2, 3, 43 Year
book 4: Operetta 2, 3, 4, Class Tournaments 1, 3, 4
Cheer Leader 4: Stunt Show 1, 2, 3, 4, Solo 2, 3
Contests 1, 2, 3, 4: Ensembles 3, 4, A Cappella 3, 4
Majorette 2, 3, 43 Senior Play 4.
IRVIN LAWRENCE WOELFLE
On their own merits, modest men are dumb."
F F A. 1, 2, Yearbook 4.
FRANK SAMUEL WOERTZ
"A little nonsense now and then
is relished by the best of them."
Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Yearbook 4: Class Tournaments 1,
2, 3, 4: Basketball 1, 2, 3: Track 1, 2, 3: Baseball
1, 2, 3, 4: Stunt Show 3, 4: Contests 1, 2, 3, 4:
Class Ofiicer 1-Vice President: Ensembles 4: Letter-
man 1, 2, 3.
Motto: "With knowledge in our heads,
we hold the world in our hands
Colors: Pink and Black
Flower: Pink Carnation
Senior Class History
On an early autumn day in 1951, a group of timid freshmen made their way
through the huge doors of Eureka High School. During the first of the year they
were well entertained by the seniors' initiation. Later, when better acquainted they
elected Barbara Scharp to act as president.
The following year they chose Bill Traver to assist the class in its various activities.
The five dollars added to the treasury Was the prize for the winning stunt in the annual
The need for money grew greater the next year for the juniors. They picked Judy
Geiger to aid them. Their money-making projects consisted of noon candy sales, con-
cessions at all home games, selling Christmas cards, picking up corn, selling pop and
ice cream to the twenty bands at the Pumpkin Festival, the junior play, and another
prize for the winning stunt in the Stunt Show. All these funds went toward a suc-
cessful Junior-Senior Banquet and Prom. Everything they had done up to then had
been under the careful supervision of Miss Vitzthum, Miss Douglas, and Mr. Cable.
After three short months of vacation, the class of 1955 came in once more, but it
was different because they were seniors. Mr. Major and Mrs. Ward were chosen to be
the class sponsors. Sharon Janssen was made their new president. With the man
coming to take pictures, going to the year book meetings, and cap and
gown orders being made, they seemed to find time to prepare another winning
stunt and to slip away on chartered busses for a visit to Starved Rock for the tra-
ditional Flunk Day. The spring of "55" came and the class departed once more, each
person going his own way. However, the memories and experiences derived from Eu-
reka High will forever guide and iniiuence their lives.
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1. Let's not be smug about it, Ruth? 2. Is it good Donna? 3. Which is throwing what? 4. Ah,
now we know. 5. Buddies. 6. 1-2,-3 kick! 7. What the teachers look like to the students at the
end of the year. fCenterJ What the students look like to the teachers at the end of the year. 8. My
what big tonsils you have, Diane. 9. Who are you smiling at, Janet? 11. What could they be
doing? 12. Another couple pair of those famous "Mikado" feet. 13. A natural pose for Ina.
14. Five feet : 25 yards. 15. Eureka's school busses. 16. Eureka High shrubbery trim and neat.
17. One of the baskets that helped Eureka win so many games. 18. End of another day.
We, the graduating class of 1955, being of sound mind and body CPD do hereby
leave, bequeath and assign to the hereafter mentioned, their heirs and assigns forever,
Mr. Cable-Library of speeches to give during assemblies.
Mrs. Sansom-Four extra hands with which to write excuses.
Miss Clark--One book on how to sight read-men.
Mr. Phillips-One female fcowl to hold the interest of the ag. students.
Miss Douglas-A directory of available young men for next year's dances.
Mrs. Ward-Ten dozen diapers for next year's senior English classes.
Mr. Saxton-One arrangement of "Shake, Rattle and Roll."
Mr. Major-An automatic belt adjuster.
Mr. Hammond--A bookkeeping class that understands cash over and short.
Mr. Reesman-A camera to take the place of the one the seniors broke having
their pictures taken this year.
Miss Jenkins-An album of records called "Swing and Sway With G.A.A."
Mr. Wallick-A herd of cattle to replace the beef he lost from the football team.
Mr. Thomen-Another girl for his physics class.
Mrs. McCutcheon-A new Nautilus staff that always gets their articles in on time.
Miss Helgen-One jiify stitcher for sewing class.
George-An electric motor to close the stage curtains.
Paul-One king-size vacuum cleaner to clean the school Cstrong enough to sweep
up stray studentsl.
Shirley Bradle leaves her talent of getting chocolate milk from a white cow to her
Janet Eastman leaves her ability to catch a college boy to Alyce Curtis.
To Barney Argo goes Martha Martin's ability to write special notes to far-away
Sue Bradle leaves her fun-loving spirit to Will Ann Sides and Patty Crump.
Bill Traver leaves his haircut to Juanita Amerman and his height to Dick Siverly.
Wanda Crump leaves her ability to get the school news to Kittie Brubaker.
Tom Peterson leaves the muilier on his car to Mary Ann Spaulding.
Ronald Hammond leaves his place in the "Midniters" to Mary Ann Roney.
Dorothy Kuebler leaves her ability to get out of second hour gym class to Dick
Bob Schieber leaves his oiiice position to Shux Meyers.
Class Will fcont.
Frank Woertz leaves the hair on his chest to John Leman.
Rozanna McGinnis leaves her place in girls' chorus to Jack Keller. "Don't chew
Bob Smith leaves his basketball trunks to Joann Goetzinger. Says Bob, "Wear
them proudly and properly."
Rosie Martinez leaves her hillbilly talent to Vyra Deene Kauifman.
Ina Owen leaves her ability to take a shower in girls' gym class without getting
wet to Bob Wilder. Says Ina, "It ain't easy." .
Don Moreland leaves one well-used motorbike to Linda Otten. Don's fatherly advice
is, "Treat it gently, Linda. It's fragile."
Bill Hamilton leaves Norma Porth the nomination to be the only girl in physics
Irvin Woelfle leaves fifty pounds fof weight, that ish to Joe Stromberger. Irvin
cheerfully remarks, "I won't miss it."
Donna Singleton leaves her amazing sense of humor to Donald Horn and Joyce
Wayne Carr leaves his conservative manner to Leroy Dirden.
, Barbara Scharp leaves her "Liberace" talent to Leroy Clark and Larry Melaik. Don't
burn the candles too long."
Don Bauman leaves his curly locks to Marlene Meier.
1 Barbara Willis leaves her cheerleader suit to Jerry Brubaker-says Barb, "Wear it
Evelyn Dubree leaves her ability of straining her back just before gym class to
Bill Dildine leaves his ability to make the girls swoon to Eugene Gibson.
Ruth Ales and Frank Myers leave their roller derby feet to Lester Riddle.
Sharon Janssen leaves her presidency of the Senior Class to Glen Stahl. She also
leaves a bucket of water for heated discussions.
Betsy Roehm leaves her long line of doctor ancestry to Bill Hohulin.
Jean Allen leaves her magnetic attraction for boys to Lydia Dieterich.
Lauretta Tanner leaves to Phyllis Tanner her share of the cider corporation. Says
Lauretta, "Don't hoard it too long, it mellows with age."
Darrell Eyman leaves one bottle of H.A. hair arranger to Kent Knox. It will take
the place of Libby's Pumpkin.
Bob Bishop leaves his ability to tell someone off without resenting it to Bill Honeg.
Judie Bittner leaves her height to Allene Gooding.
Class Will fcont.l
Ben Brubaker leaves his ear plugs, used to muflle the piano playing, to Marian
Smith. Says Ben, "Sounds much better."
Diane Steinberg leaves her ability to unplug the microphone While someone is talk-
ing to Larry Leiken.
Kenneth Burrell leaves his basketball ability to Delores Rokey. "Boys' basketball,
Franklin Gerber and Cornelle Sides leave their precious map of favorite parking
spots to Nancy Wilson and Wayne Zobrist. "When you are tired of this one, We have
Bob Brubaker leaves his high Water levis to Jerry Wilson. Says Bob, "You might
have to roll them down a little bit."
Ron Fryrear leaves his book, "How to Commit a Perfect Murder," to Richard Rem-
mert. "If you get caught, don't blame me," says Ron.
Shirley Gibson and Marlene Hartter leave the ability to read nine books a night and
have seven of them overdue to Donna Ulrich.
Pearl Householter and Darlene Neuhauser leave their boyfriends to Eleanor Zim-
merman. "We hope you can find them."
Rita Krumholz leaves her laugh to Mary Hohulin, provided she pays a two-cent
commission for every laugh.
Wendell Litwiller leaves his do-nothing energy to Marjorie Martin. I
Douglas Neaveill leaves his membership in the Liars' Club to Richard Frank.
fThey are all white.J
Bonnie Noll leaves her silence to Nancy Miller. "It's becoming."
Larry Wabel leaves his spot at the dinner table at "Susie's" to Paul Watkins. Says
Larry, "It's good for the stomach, but hard on the pocket."
Larry Stalter has agreed to give up his humor to Charlene Hohulin. fCheer up,
it may not be so bad.J
Russell Stoller leaves his "never on time talents" to Carol Rippel. Russell says,
"Better late than never."
Pat Van Scyoc leaves her never-ending smile to Marjorie Knapp. Pat remarks,
"It's worn, but in good shape."
Judy Geiger leaves her English outline to Marjorie Lawrence. Judy thinks it
would be a good raft in case of a flood.
To Carol Ulrich goes Peggy Schumm's love for square dancing. Peggy says, "It's so
In the hands of the faculty of E.H.S. is the Crystal Ball. They gaze into it and
see the fifty-tive scholars of the graduating class of "55" twenty years from now.
It is all coming in clear now, the haze is lifting.
The first thing that comes into view is:
Frank Woertz is now a star on a new TV show called "Drugnut." He plays Sam To-
Nurse Judy Geiger met an intern in surgery. It was love at first cut.
Ronald Hammond is a nuclear physicist who has just discovered a saxophone bomb.
Bob Bishop is still working his way up to senator, he is now official dogcatcher of
Donna Singleton is the first woman treasurer of the United States. She got her
beginning at good old E.H.S.
Dorothy Kuebler has just started a new factory, "Kuebler's Kueblets Dog Biscuits."
Rosie Martinez is now married and has four little roses.
Frank Gerber has developed a new paint for hot rods. He has just painted his
purple with pink polka dots. '
Cornelle Sides is still one sided and is quite Frank about everything.
Shirley Bradle is now the hair-pullingest hair puller on the Roller Derby.
Bob Scheiber and Don Bauman are now selling lipstick to the seniors for Fresh-
men Initiation. It's guaranteed for three days vacation.
Ruth Ales is head waitress at Nes Cafe.
Donald Moreland, Sue Bradle, and Bill Hamilton have the biggest little circus in
the world. Don holds Sue in the palm of his hand while Bill, doing the mambo, rides
a donkey bare back around the ring.
Rozanna McGinnis is running a taxi service in Goodfield.
Kenneth Burrell, running around the world got held up in Paris. Says Ken, "0ui oui."
Martha Martin is Chief Giggler at the Martin Giggle Clinic.
Darlene Neuhauser is chief telephone operator at Cruger. Says Darlene, "The line
Class Prophecy fcont.
Bob Smith, Douglas Neaveill, and Tom Peterson now lead three livesg they are
counterspies for the F.B.I.
Lauretta Tanner now is head apple squeezer at Tanner's Special Cider Center.
Peggy Schumm is lead car hop at Carr's Car Hop Drive-In.
Barbara Scharp is now selling Gillette Razor Bladesg she says, "Look Scharp,
Feel Scharp, Be Scharp."
Pearl Householter is still trying to build up her muscles so she can live up to her
Wanda Crump has devoted her life to carrying announcements for dear old E.H.S.
Shirley Gibson and Pat Van Scyoc are two old maid English teachers who live on
the corner of Hollywood and Vine in California. People are Funny?
Betsy Roehm has just Hnished her first and last book-"Roehms and Riddles."
Rita Krumholz, the great woman wrestler, has developed a new hold-The Krum-
Evelyn Dubree is now starring in the new movie "Gone with Dubreesf'
Wendell Litwiller is now making advertising slogans for Russell Stoller, who is
manager of the Great Stoller Light Bulbs. It's really a bright connection.
Bonnie Noll owns forty acres of Nolls-"The Chief Picnic Grounds of Goodfieldf'
Ina Owen and Barbara Willis are teaching the boys at Yale how to cheerlead. Says
Barb and Ina, "Ah-Men."
Bob Brubaker, as a school teacher, is still taking revengeg he keeps his little "pests"
Janet Eastman and Judie Bittner are now publishing a book on Six Easy Lessons
to Grow Six Foot Tall.
Diane Steinberg is now manufacturing hot air for furnaces.
Ronald Fryrear is still asking "What Page ?"
Jean Allen is now riding around in her private plane. She finally found that mil-
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1. Lord be praised. 2. My gosh! 3. Some students are gone. 4. Bet it tastes awful. 5. Bulls inachina
shop. 6. Don't splash, Henry. 7. Comfy? 8. Look pretty. 9. Taking it easy. 10. Ruff kid.
Class Prophecy fcont.
Irvin Woelfle is captain of the debating team at Harvard.
Darrell Eyman is now living in Turkey with his harem.
Bill Dildine is giving his advice to the lovelorn.
Sharon Janssen is living on a farm raising little Smiths and chickens.
Frank Myers, to save time in getting to and from Mackinaw Dells, has financed
Myers Marble Highway.
Ben Brubaker is number one pro at Tam O'Shanter Golf Course.
Larry Wabel is coach at E.H.S. He tells his boys, "If you shoot, get the ball."
Marlene Hartter has been married twenty-one timesg she finally ended up as Marlon
Bill Traver is now waterboy for the Harlem Globetrotters.
Wayne Carr and Larry Stalter are marooned on a desert island. Larry is looking
for a silver mermaid but Wayne insists he'll be a bachelor.
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D A R Citizenship
Barbara Scharp Ronald Hammond
American Legion Citizenship American Legion Citizenship
Dorothy Imhoff George Thorn
Edwards FFA Whitman
Glen Wettstein Sam Hohulin
TRAITS BOYS' CHOICE OF
Dependability Sharon Janssen
Personality Jean Allen
Initiative Barbara Scharp
MOSt Likely to Succeed Barbara Scharp
COUIJCSSY Jean Allen
G00d English Jean Allen
Pleasant Manner of Speaking Jean Allen
Wittiest Ina Owen
Best SDOIT Rita Krumholz
PhYSiC1UC Cornelle Sides
Th0I'0Ughness Barbara Scharp
Leadership Sharon Janssen
TRAITS GIRLS' CHOICE OF
Dependability Wayne Carr
Personality Larry Wabel
Initiative Wayne Carr
Most Likely to Succeed Ronald Hammond
COUITGSY Wayne Carr
Pleasant Manner of Speaking
GIRLS' CHOICE OF
BOYS' CHOICE OF
1. Barbara Scharp. 2. Ruth Ales. 3. Jean Allen. 4. Pat Van Scyoc. 5. Shirley Bradle. 6. Rus-
sell Stoller. 7. Bonnie Noll. 8. Bob Smith. 9. Pearl Householter. 10. Rosie Martinez. 11. Judie
Bittner. 12. Lauretta Tanner. 13. Sharon Janssen. 14. Shirley Gibson. 15. Donna Singleton.
16. Irvin Woelfle. 17. Wlendell Litwiller. 18. Evelyn Dubree. 19. Wanda Crump. 20. Judy Geiger.
21. Bob Schieber. 22. Larry Wabel. 23. Sue Bradle. 24. Bill Hamilton. 25. Rozanna McGinnis.
26. Franklin Gerber. 27. Betsy Roehm. 28. Donald Moreland. 29. Janet Eastman. 30. Barbara
Willis. 31. Diane Steinberg. 32. Ina Owen.
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Baccalaureate was held on May 22, at 7:30 p. m., in the Eureka
Speaker for the evening was Reverend L. P. Flynn.
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Commencement exercises for the graduating class of 1955 were held
in the Eureka Grade School Gymnasium on May 27, at 8:15 p. m.
Barbara Scharp, William Traver, Sharon Janssen' and Ronald Ham-
mond were speakers for the evening.
Music was furnished by the Eureka High School Music Department.
American Legion Awards were presented to two seniors by the
Benjamin F. Haecker Post of Eureka.
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1. Admirers of Abe. 2. Where's the Fire. 3. Come a Little Closer. 4. Ummmmmm--Good. 6. Starting a Lit-
tle Young, Aren't You? 6. Three Musketeers. 7. Honest Russ. 8. Honest Abe. 9. Something in Your Eye,
Kenny? 10. Smile Pretty! 11. Whatcha Thinking? 12. Hurry Up in There.
Hornet Staff-Front Row: Bob Bishop, Barbara Scharp, Ronald Hammond, Diane Steinberg, Barbara Willis.
Back Row: Judy Geiger, Ben Brubaker, Shirley Gibson, Darrell Eyman, Donna Singleton, Wayne Carr, Larry
Stalter, Jean Allen, Ina Owen, Mr. Major.
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Student Council-Bottom 1'oW: Jean Allen, Lydia Leman, Marian Smith, Eleanor Zimmerman,
Barbara Scharp, Bob Bishop, Rita Krumholz, Judy Geiger. Second row: Nancy Wilson, Rachel
Yoder, Sharon Janssen, Delores Rokey, Donna Singleton, Allene Gooding, Evelyn Dubree, Janet
Eastman, Mr. Reesman. Third row: Larry Zimmerman, Wayne Zobrist, Robert Smith, Leroy
Clark, Richard Knecht, Paul Watkins, Ben Brubaker, Larry Melaik.
Ahem l I The Winning Stunt ! l THE SENIORS
Junior Stunt-Looking 'em over!
Sophomore Stunt-Whoopin' it up!
Freshman Stunt-Football training off hours.
The Belles of the Ball.
Bottom row: Sam Anliker, Larry Melaik, Lester Riddle, Bob Herschel, Larry
Leiken Second row: Richard Remmert, Pat Van Scyoc, Judy Geiger, Vyra Kauff-
man, Diane Steinberg, Sharon Janssen, Evelyn Dubrce, Jean Allen, Barbara Willis,
Betsy Roehm, Nancy Wilson, Barbara Scharp. Third row: Phoebe Woerner, John
Smith, Mike Roseman, Marjorie Lawrence, Patty Crump, Linda Otten, Joann
Goetzinger, Mary Ann Roney, Alyce Curtis, Marian Smith, Nancy Miller, D0-nna
Ulrich, Allene Gooding, Mrs. McCutcheon. Fourth row: Lynda Dosher, Rachel
Yoder, Marge Knapp, Betty Brubaker, Mary Alice Lott, Bill Honeg, Paul Watkins,
Susie Crawford, Gerrv Curfman, Sue Bradle, Merna Grusy, Sally Roehm.
Bottom row: Vyra Kauffman, Gerry Curfman, Judy Bradle, Miss Douglas, Arlynn
McGinnis Marjorie Lawrence. Second row: Wlill Ann Sides, Pearl Householter,
Carolyn German, Elizabeth Hancock, Valerie Curtis, Shirley Gibson, Marlene
Meier. Third row: Phoebe Woerner, Wanda Crump, Bill Hamilton, Susie Crawford,
Lydia Dietrich, Sherlane Winn.
G. A. A.
Bottom row-I. to r.: Patty Crump, Mary Hohulin, Charlene Hohulin, Phyllis Tanner, Betsy Roehm, Judy
Geiger, Pat Van Scyoc, Sue Bradle, Wanda Crump, Shirley Bradle, . Second row: Marlene Meier, Marjorie
Lawrence, Nancy Miller, Donna Ulrich, Marjorie Martin, Nancy Wilson, Ina Owen, Kitty Brubaker, Lydia
Dietrich, Jean Allen, Miss Jenkins, Vyra Deene Kauffman, Juanita Amimerman, Marjorie Knapp, Vera
Blumenshine, Delores Rokey, Alyce Curtis, Eleanor Zimmerman, Marian Smith, Allene Gooding, Linda Otten.
Freshman-Sophomore GAA-Botton row: Janet Tower, Doris Heiken, Elsie Ott, Rita Siebenthal, Carol Humes,
Naomi Bowald, Lydia Leman, Marilyn Zimmerman, Carolyn Zobrist, Judy Bradle. Second row: Della Sides,
Alice Sandstrom, Linda Cook, Arlynn McGinnis, Donna Schroeder, Carol Noland, Phyllis Peterson, Mary Diet-
rich, Lynne Tweddale, Janice Hartzler, Pam Miller, Joyce Myers, Margaret Scheid. Third row: Pat Zehr,
Twyla Bauman, Linda Frank, Doris Bartlow, Phyllis Schierer, Doris Knapp, Susan Nickel, Carol Wettstein,
Lucy Hines, Mary Ann Troyer, Sally Roehm, Saundra Honeg, Merna Grusy, Judy Myers, Miss Jenkins. Fourth
row: Carolyn German, Eva Moore, Joyce Blunier, Bonnie Nelson, Janice Blumenshine, Janice Bilbrey, Susie
Potts, Susie Crawford, Gerry Curfman, Valerie Curtis, Lorraine Martinez, Mary Alice Lott, Betty Brubaker,
Elizabeth Hancock, Beverly Hohulin.
F. F. A.
Bottom row: 1. to r.-Duane Heinhold, Ray Reeser, Dick Eastman, Aaron Martin. Second row:
David Thompson, Richard Frank, Cosby Taylor, Wendell Litwiller,Wayne Zobrist, Larry Wabel,
Robert Schieber, Paul Watkins, Robert Smith, Eugene Gibson. Third row: Don Horn, Richard
Sinn, Garland Bachman, Jerry Wood, David Miller, Jerry Rocke, Keith Wood, Richard Knecht, Allan
Getz, Fred Miller, Ray Wettstein, Ronny Smith, Ernest Stahl, Ronald Crump, Virgil Froman, Mr.
Phillips. Fourth row: Billy Krumholz, Milton Watkins, Robert Crump, Stanley Bradle, Henry
Watkins, Ray Zimmerman, Jack Carr, Richard Remmert, Harold Knapp, Larry Bauman, Wayne
Wettstein, Bill Noll.
F. H. A.
Bottom row: Ellen Barrett, Judy Myers, Doris Bartlow, Carol Wettstein, Jane Moreland,
Helen McClanahan, Lynda Dosher, Janice Hartzler, Susan Nickel, Lynne Tweddle, Marilyn Zim-
merman, Janet Rokey, Della Sides. Second row: Bonnie Nelson, Margaret Scheid, Phyllis
Schierer, Donna Shoup, Betty Robenstein, Merna Grusy, Beverly Hohulin, Twyla Bauman, Mary
Alice Lott, Mary Ann Troycr, Patricia Zehr, Phoebe Woerner, Miss Helgen. Third row: Joyce
Blunier, Janice Blumenshine Valerie Curtis, Eva Moore, Naomi Bowald, Joyce Myers, Judy
Bradle, Carolyn Zobrist, Doris Noland, Donna Schroeder, Rita Siebenthal, Susie Potts, Janice
F. H. A.
Bottom Row: Linda Otten, Juanita Amerman, Barbara Willis, Evelyn Dubree, Shirley Bradlo,
Shirley Gibson. Second row: Judy Geiger, Mary Hohulin, Joann Goetzinger, Charlene Hohulin,
Miss Helgen. Third row: Rozanna McGinnis, Darlene Neuhauser, Cornelle Sides, Rita Krumholz.
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GIRLS' CHORUS tfreshman and Jlmiorj-Bottom row, l. to r.: Marjorie- Martin, Mary llohulin, Mariann-
Ms-ior, lit-tty liolu-nstviri, Mary llivtrit-h, Janv Moreland, He-lt-n Mr'1'lanahan, Judy Aest-hlt-man, l'llli-n liarrt-tt,
lit-lla Sidt-s, Faro! XYettstvin. Set-ond row: flarolyn Zolxrist, Eva Monro, Naomi liowald, Lynnt- Twoddale-, Pant
Millt-r, Joy My-rs, Margart-t St-hvid, Janivv l-lartxlt-r, Susan Nit-kvl, Linda Funk, Alive- Sandstrom, Donna St-lnuip.
Third row: lil:-anor Zimmerman, Marian Smith, lit-Anne Major, Joyt-9 Blunie-r, Marjoriv llawrt-nov, Patty flrunip,
Linda Uttt-u, Blildro-rl Pipt-r, Lucy llint-s, Mary Ann Troym' Ju-inita Aninwvman. Fourth row: Joann tint-tziugor.
Will Ann Sidt-5 Allvin- tloruling, Marjoriv Knapp, Yyra IM-4-rio Kauffman, Marilyn Zimnit-rnzan, Kitty lirulnilu-r,
Nanwy Miller. Fifth row: Mary .Xnn Spaulding, Dolores Rokt-y, Aly:-o Curtix, Nanvy XVilson, Lydia Le-nian, t'har-
lt-no llohulin, Ixlary Ann lion:-y, Varol lllrivli. Donna Ulrivh,
GIRLS' CHORUS lSDph0m0l'e and Seniorjflitvttriixi Row, l, to r.: Pat Zvhr, Pat Yan St-yor, Bonnie Noll,
Lorraint- Martiuvz. Phyllis Pvtvrson, Martha Martin, Carolyn German, Janet Svhrork, Janvt Tower, llita Krumf
holx. l'0L:ary S4'hlllllI"ll, t'ornt-llt- Sidvs, Phovlw XVot-rin-i'. Stwoml row: Linda Frank, Twyla Bauman, Janine Rillxrt-y,
Suv liradlt-, Sliirlt-y Gibson, Arlynn Mrtlinnis, Judy Bradlo, Suzanne- Potts, Judy Myt-rs, liozanna Mt-tiinnis, Elsie
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Svharp, Tvrry Klaus, Dunno Ht-inold, Ralph Garber, Keith Cable, David Ginzel, Second row: Richard Knecht,
Larry Bauman, Milton VVatkins, Danny Sullivan, VVayne Zohrist, Frank Gerbvr, Larry Melaik, Ray Zimmerman.
Third row: Jim Hohulin, Tom Lightfoot, Wayne Carr, Ronald Hammond, Bill Hohulin, Bob Herschel, John Leman,
Jerry Wood, Paul VV:-itkins, John Smith. Fourth row: Vifendell Litwillvr, Russell Stoller, Sam Anliker, Ben
Bowald, Barney Argo, Larry Leiken, Bob Bishop, Jack Keller, Darrell Eyman, Jack Carr, Dick Eastman. Fifth
row: Lee Karl, Leroy Clark, Bill Hamilton, Don Moreland, Jim Vlfhittington, Kent Knox, Bill Traver, Kenneth
Burrell, Miko Brown, Allan Getz.
Bottom row, l. to r.: Ina Owen, Allene Gooding, Mary Alice Lott, Larry Melaik, Lee Karl, Jim Hohulin, John
Leman, Joann Goetzinger, Rachel Yoder, Will Ann Sides Charlene Hohulin. Second row: Sharon Janssen,
Judy Geiger, Eleanor Zimmerman, Janet Eastman, Judie Bittner, Betsy Roehm, John Smith Miss Clark, Bill
Hohulin, Danny Sullivan, Mary Ann Roney, Barbara Scharp, Delores Rokey, Doris Knapp, Jean Allen.
Third row: Barbara Willis, Kitty Brubaker, Marjorie Knapp, Vyra Deene Kautfman, Merna Grusy, Bob Bishop,
Larry Leiken, Sam Anliker, Lynda Dosher, Nancy Wilson, Diane Steinberg, Marian Smith, Nancy Miller.
Fourth row: Carol Ulrich, Evelyn Dubree, Bill Tl'3V0l' Russell Stoller, Ben Bowald, Don Moreland, Leroy
Clark, Jack Keller, Alyce Curtis, Mary Ann Spaulding.
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Junior Play---Star Light, Star Bright
Second Honor Roll-Three A's and One B-Bottom
row: Vyra Deene Kauffman, Patricia Crump, Evelyn
Dubree, Janet Eastman, Mary Ann Spaulding, Diane
Steinberg. Middle row: Linda Frank, Lynda Dosher,
Lucy Hines, Carol Brown, Marjorie Martin, Carol
Ulrich. Back row: DeAnne Major, Carolyn Zobrist,
Judy Myers, Bill Hohulin, Norma Porth, Marjorie
Knapp, Vera Blumenshine. Not in picture-.lean
Allen, Stephen Colburn, Wayne Zobrist.
First Honor Roll-All A's-Bottom Row: Barbara
Scharp, Marjorie Lawrence, Lydia Leman, Marilyn
Zimmerman, Joy Myers. Second row: Eleanor Zim-
merman, Marian Smith, Susan Nickel, Mary Ann
Roney, Pamela Miller, Doris Knapp, Janice Hartz-
ler. Back row: Richard Remmert, Lester Riddle,
Larry Zimmerman, Keith Cable, Ronald Hammond.
Not in picture-Larry Eades.
Honorable Mention-Two A's and Two B's. Bottom
row: Pat Van Scyoc, Rita Krumholz, Barbara Willis,
Phyllis Schierer, Helen McClanahan. Middle row:
Alyce Curtis, Merna Grusy, Kittie Brubaker, Donna
Singleton, Ruth Ales, Rachel Yoder, Betty Brubaker.
Back row: Roger Fisher, Sam Harrod, Bill Traver,
Wayne Carr. Not in picture-Ina Owen, Allene
Gooding, Mary Lott.
J. V. Cheer Leaders-Susie Crawford, Saundra Hfmeg, Joy Myers, and Judy Bradle-
Varsity Cheer Leaders-Ina Owen, Donna Uirich, Barbara Willis, Nancy Miller.
FRANK GERBER LARRY WABEL JOE STROMBERGER
Captain '54-'55 Most Valuable Player Captain elect '55-'56
Bottom row: John Kinder, Sam Harrod, Keith Cable, Keith Wood, Terry Klaus, Jerry Zim-
merman, David Ginzel, Larry Miller, Roger Fisher. Second row: Pat Riley, Gerald Wood,
Tom Peterson, Maynard Myers, Wayne Peterson, Frank Gerber, Jerry Brubaker, Bill Ham-
ilton, Paul Watkins, Bob Wilder, Tom Light foot. Third row: Jim. Riddle, Jack Carr, Bob
Herschel, Virgil Froman, Kent Knox, Don Moreland, Joe Stromberger, Larry Wabel, Darrell
Eyman, Jerry Wilson. Fourth row: Mr. Thommen, Gary Lightfoot, Ralph Garber, Jack
Keller, Ray Reeser, Fred Miller, Richard Remmert, Raymond Zimmerman, Michael Brown,
Dick Eastman, Mr. Wallick.
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Wilder Back row: Bob Herschel, Larry Wabel, Kent Knox, Bill Hamilton, Virgil Froman, Jerry Brubaker, Joe Strom
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Jerry Zimmerman, Ralph Garber. Back row: Larry Eades, Roger Fisher, Wayne Zobrlst C R
McDonald, Virgil Froman, Bob Herschel, Jack Keller, Bill Honeg, Tom Lightfoot.
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Won 14Lost 6.
Won 13-Lest 12.
Second Place Woodford County.
Third Place Illio Conference.
Varsity Basketball-Bottom row: Wayne Zobrist, Bill Honeg, Bill Hamilton, Frank Gerber
Jim Hohulin. Back row: John Leman, Bob Smith, Bob Brubaker, Bill Traver, Kent Knox
Ken Burrell, Larry Wabel, Mr. Thommen.
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SA FT FTM PF TP AVE PCT GAME
Traver .. 286 143 54 52 411 46.8 72.6 16.45
Burrell .. 241 38 24 45 226 39 61.1 9.04
Smith .. .. 1 230 35 25 64 205 36.9 58.3 8.2
Knox .. .. ., 242 39 25 26 195 32.2 60.9 8.12
Leman 1 277 27 22 44 185 24.9 55.1 8.04
Wable .. 175 53 40 44 175 35.7 57 7
Honeg -. 49 5 5 19 43 36.9 50 2.86
Hamilton 16 4 4 10 20 50 50 2.5
Zobrist .. 8 7 4 5 17 62.5 63.6 3.4
Brubaker 10 2 2 8 8 30 50 1.14
Myers 1 5 3 2 3 5 20 60 1.22
Gerber 1 1 3 0 1 5 100 100 1.67
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Hohulin 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
Keller .. 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
Garber 1 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0
Fisher .. 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0
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BASKETBALL LETTERMEN -
Bottom row: Bill Honeg, John Le-
man, Bob Smith. Back row-Ken
Burrell, Larry Wabel, Bill Traver,
Monday, August 30-School Opens, Teach-
Tuesday, August 31-Teachers' Workshop
Wednesday, September 1-Classes to 2 p. m.
Monday, September 6-No School, Labor Day
Monday, September 13-Operetta Rehearsals
Thursday, September 16-Assembly Pro-
gram by Bob Wood, Commercial Artist
Friday, September 17-First Football Game,
Monday, September 20-F. F. A. Initiation
Friday, September 24 - Chillicothe CHD,
Cheerleaders' Dance After the Game
Saturday, September 25-F. H. A. Hayrack
Friday, October 1 - Freshman Initiation,
Tremont CTD, Juniors Choose Class Rings
Saturday, October 2-Operetta Dress Re-
hearsal for Principals, Senior Party for
Monday, October 4-Dress Rehearsal for All
Tuesday, October 5-F. H. A. Initiation, Op-
eretta, "The Mikado"
Wednesday, October 6-Second Night of Op-
Thursday, October 7-Farmington CHD, Jun-
ior Class Dance After the Game
Friday, October 8-No School, Illinois Edu-
cation Association, Operetta Cast Party
Monday, October 11-Senior Flunk Day
Friday, October 15-ISHSPA, Champaign,
Illinois, Dunlap CTD
Saturday, October 16-ISHSPA, G. A. A.
Play Day, Sophomore Class Party
Monday, October 18-Second Team Game,
El Paso CTD
Tuesday, October 1-Stunt Show, Bonfire,
and Snake Dance
Friday, October 22 - Homecoming Game
with Metamora, Dance and Crowning of
King and Queen After Dance
Monday, October 25-First Junior Class
Friday, October 29-Washington CTD, End
of First Nine Weeks Grading Period
Saturday, October 30-Cross Country Track
Meet, Chemistry-Physics Trip to Chicago
Wednesday, November 3-Distribution of
Friday, November 5-Morton CTD
November 8-13-American Education Week
Thursday, November 11-Armistice Day, No
Friday, November 12-P.T.A. Penny Supper
Saturday, November 13-Game with El Paso
CHD, Dance sponsored by Cheerleaders
after the game
Monday, November 15-Woodford County
College and Career Day at Metamora
Friday and Saturday, November 19 and 20-
Junior Play, "Star Light, Star Bright"
Tuesday, November 23-Basketball, Wash-
Thursday and Friday, November 25 and 26
Monday, November 29-Illio Conference All-
Sports Banquet at Morton
Wednesday, December 1 -Assembly Pro-
gram, Movie Given by the Powells About
Friday, December 3-Washington CHD
Saturday, December 4-Junior Class All-
Tuesday, December 7-Morton CHD
Thursday, December 9-Student Council
Friday, December 10-Roanoke CTD, F. H. A.
Christmas Program at Old People's Home
Saturday, December 11-El Paso CHD, Soph-
omore All-School Dance
Friday, December 17-Freshmen Party
Saturday, December 18 - Normal Commun-
ity High School Invitational Tournament
Sunday, December 19 - Christmas Choral
Monday, December 20-Band Assembly,
N. C. H. S. Invitational Tournament
Tuesday, December 21-N. C. H. S. Invita-
Wednesday, December 22 to January 3-
Tuesday, January 4-Metamora CTD
Friday, January 7-T. B. Film, Farming-
Saturday, January 8-Tremont CHD, Nau-
tilus dance after the game
Monday, January 10-Assembly, C. J. Al-
brecht, Hudson Bay Adventures
Tuesday, January 11-Washburn CHD
Thursday, January 13-Semester Exams
Friday, January 14-Semester Exams, End
of first semester, Chillicothe CTD
Saturday, January 15--Roanoke CHD, F. H.
A. Sock Hop after the game
Monday, January 17-T. B. tests made
Thursday, January 20--T. B. tests read
Friday, January 21-Dunlap CHD, Cheerlead-
ers' dance after the game
Monday, January 24-28 - County Tourna-
Saturday, January 29-Winter Formal
Tuesday, February 1-Morton CTD
Friday, February 4-Chillicothe CHD, All
State Band and Chorus at Champaign
Saturday, February 5-All State Band and
Chorus, F. H. A. Public Square Dance
Tuesday, February 8-Metamora CHD
Wednesday, February 9--Tremont CTD
Friday, February 11-Local Vocal
Saturday, February 15-Washington CTD
Thursday, February 17-Woodford County
Friday, February 18-Dunlap CTD
Wednesday, February 23-Woodford County
Friday, February 25-Farmington CHD
Saturday, February 26-F. H. A. All School
Monday, February 28-Regional Basketball
Tuesday, March 1 - Regional Basketball
Thursday, March 3 - Regional Basketball
Friday, March 4 - Regional Tournament
Saturday, March 5-Basketball Team Supper
Monday, March 7-Woodford County Teach-
Tuesday, March 8--Woodford County Band
Friday, March 11 - Sectional Basketball
Saturday, March 12-District Musical Con-
test, Solos and Ensembles
Friday, March 18-End of third nine Weeks'
grading period. Finals of State Basketball
Saturday, March 19--Finals of State Basket-
ball Tournament 3 Student Council Turn-
Tuesday, March 22--College Fraternity Par-
ty for Senior Boys
Friday, March 25-Roman Banquet
Saturday, April 2-District Music Contest,
Monday, April 4--Baseball, Chillicothe CTD
Friday, April 8-Good Friday, No School
Monday, April 11-Tremont CHD
Friday, April 15-First Night of Senior Play
Saicaurday, April 16-Second Night of Senior
Monday, April 18-Farmington CTD
Friday, April 22-Student Councal State
Saturday, April 23-F. H. A. Mother-Daugh-
ter Banquet, Student Council State Con-
Monday, April 25-Dunlap CHD
Tuesday, April 26-Illio Conference Track
Friday, April 29-State Music Contest
Meet at Morton
Saturday, April 30-State Music Contest
Monday, May 2-Metamora CTD
Thursday, May 5-Woodford County Track
Friday, May 6-Rain Date for Woodford
County Track Meet
Monday, May 9-Washington CTD
Tuesday, May 10-F. F. A. Father-Son Ban-
Friday, May 13-Baseball, District and Sub-
district, District Track
Saturday, May 14-Baseball, District and
Sub-district, Alternate Date for District
Track, J unior-Senior Banquet and Prom
Monday, May 16-Baseball, District and Sub-
Tuesday, May 17-Baseball, District and
Wednesday, May 18-Baseball, District and
Thursday, May 19-Baseball, District and
Friday, May 20--Baseball, District and Sub-
districtg Chorus Spring Concert, State
Saturday, May 21-Baseball, District and
Sub-district, State Track
Sunday, May 22--Baccalaureate
Monday, May 23-Morton CHD
Friday, May 27-High School Graduation
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Woodford County Schools
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"The Hybrids With a Fine Record"
E. E. WINKLER, Prop.
South of Metamora, Ill.
A CREDIT ASSOCIATION
JAMES B. "SAM" HEQATON
Woodford County Peoria County
106 S. Main Farm Bureau Bldg.
Eureka, Illinois Peoria, Illinois
Phone 205 Phone 4-5983
MOVING AND GENERAL HAULING
'lTrips Twice Daily To and From Peoria
Leave Peoria -
1100 o'clock p. m.
5:00 o'clock p. m.
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7:00 o'c1ock a. m.
11:00 o'clock a. m.
Peoria Phones -
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PAINTING - DECORATING
INTERIOR - EXTERIOR
R. C. A. RADIOS - TELEVISION
ROBINSON'S RADIO LAB
NICKEL 81 ROTH
THE BLUE RIBBON STORE
QUALITY GROCERIES Sz MEATS
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Owner, George Robenstein Phone 454
CLOTHIER 8: CLEANER
WALT'S SHELL SERVICE
WALT METTE, Proprietor
SAUDER AT ROANOKE
Established in the Confidence of the
Commtunity Since 1907
C. N. BRADLE
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ROBERT E. MULLINS
CLASS RINGS - INVITATIONS - CARDS
DIPLOMAS - YEARBOOKS
CAPS Sz GOWNS
Phone 11 Hudson, Illinois
FLOORS 8: WALLS, Inc.
LINOLEUM - CARPETING 8z RUGS
DRAPERIES - ASPHALT TILE
Call William Klaus - Eureka Phone 503R
North Side of Square - Phone 371
BEST WISHES TO
THE CLASS OF 1955
DR. J. W. RILEY
E. U. RIDGE 81 SON
CAR 8: FIRE INSURANCE
CONGRATULATIONS, CLASS OF 55
SELF-SERVICE FOR YOUR SHOPPING CONVENIENCE
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Moorman Feed Salesmen
INGTON, ILLINOIS. Phone Eur
West Edge Eureka - Route 24
Chicken - Steaks - Chops
CRUGER FARMERS C0-OP. ASSN.
GRAIN - FEED - FENCE - COAL
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Cruger, Ill. - P. 0. Eureka, Ill.
Tel. Eureka 801W Merle Claymon, Mgr.
WUETHRICH'S TEXACO SERVICE
Phone 121 Center 81 Callender
Firestone Tires Delco Batteries
SINCERE WISHES - CLASS '55
STANDARD OIL PRODUCTS
R. E. ROSEMAN
CLASS OF 1955
Petroleum Salesman for
WOODFORD COUNTY SERVICE CO.
Phone Deer Creek 7002
STOP 'N SHOP
Fannie May and Katherine Beecher Candies
Norcross Cards -- Stationery
IMPORTS -- NOVELTIES - GIFTS
M. Smith L. Smith
MERRILL H. GRAHAM
John Hancock Mutual Life Insurance Co.
Phone-Office, 33 Resiidence, 349
NAUMAN'S SUPER MARKET
Eureka Grade and High School Students
AL NAUMAN, Grocery
FRANK DEHORITY, Meats
Phone 608 Eureka
GEORGE SPIES INDUSTRIES, Inc.
EI CLASS JEWELRY
EI SENIOR ANNOUNCEMENTS
lj DIPLOMAS AND AWARDS
lj CLUB PINS AND MEDALS
3729 Belmont, Chicago, Illinois
Princeton, Ill. Chicago, Ill.
NEW AND Usmn CARS
STANDARD OIL PRODUCTS
Livestock - Limestone - Grain
Phone 219 R Eureka
BEN C. LEIKEN
EUREKA FEED 81 SUPPLY
PURINA CHOWS - ARCADY FEEDS
Kaffa, Hidrolex Milk
Phone 70 Gerald Ehling
CUT FLOWERS - POTTED PLANTS
Wedding Bouquets -- Funeral Designs
Mr. and Mrs. Francis Flanagan
Phone 252 Eureka, Illinois
Meet Your FRIENDS Here
BEST IN FOODS - CHICKEN, STEAKS
SHORT ORDERS-ROSZELL'S ICE CREAM
Open 7 a. m. to 11 p. m.
Phone 118 Eureka, Illinois
KEENAN SPORTING GOODS CO.
514 MAIN ST. -- PEORIA, ILL.
"SPORT GOODS FOR GOOD SPORTS"
DYAR "Top Quality" SEED CORN
Oats, Soybean, Grass and Legume Seed
DYAR HYBRID SEED CORN CO.
4 Miles Northeast of Metamora Phone 125L
WHITTINGTON SHEET METAL
WARM AIR HEATING
112 N. Creamery St. Phone 347R
"THE HOME OF GOOD FOOD"
Meet to Eat"
Phone 396 Eureka, Illinois
State Bank of Eureka
EUREKA, - - ILLINOIS
Raeuber's Building Supply Co.
CUSTOM BUILT CABINETS
Phone 12301 Deer Creek, Illinois
"A community of learning in search of
truth, human and divine."
Celebrates Its Centennial Year
Eureka College completes a century of
service to the community and to the na-
tion. A liberal arts college committed
to a program of Christian higher edu-
cation Whose graduates have made sig-
nificant contributions in the fields of
business, education, journalism, law,
medicine, ministry, music, dramatics
For information direct your inquiry
Director of Admissions.
Eureka Auto Body
BODY AND FENDER REPAIRING
Complete Paint Job
Cut and Installed, Any Make or Model
Phone 513 Lester Kenagy
Samuel G. Harrod
CLASS OF '55
Goodfield State Bank
Member Federal Deposit Insurance
CLASS OF '55
EUREKA FHA CHAPTER
EVERYTHING TO EAT AN'D WEAR
PHONE 73 CARLOCK, ILL.
Phone 44 109 S. Main
J. E. Foster, Prop.
DIAMONDS - WATCHES - GIFTS
JEWELRY - SILVERWARE
DELMAR POTTS 8: SON
PLUMBING AND HEATING
PHONE 3401 DEER CREEK, ILL.
LOCAL AND LONFG DISTANCE I-IAULING
Fertilizer Spreading - Corn Shelling
Stock and Grain Beds - Fertilizer Boxes
DEER CREEK, ILLINOIS
C. V. DICKEY
AUTO - LIFE - FIRE
State Farm Insurance Companies
EUREKA CREAM STATION
CASH PAID FOR
CREAM AND EGGS
PROPRIETOR - ALBERT MULLER
WOOD-MAR CONSTRUCTION CO.
Phone 250 611 State St.
Duane J. Genre
COUNTRY LIFE INSURANCE
Young Peop1e's Endowment
Farm Bureau Building Phone 156
Phone 2 Phone 125
Roanoke, Illinois Toluca, Illinois
ONLY THE BEST IN SERVICE
MANGOLD 8z ALLEN'S
Sinclair Service Station
Route 24 in Eureka, Illinois
AUTO LUBRICATION - WASHING
TIRES, BATTERIES, ACCESSORIES
Open 6 a. m. to 12 p. m. Daily
Theme for 1954-1955 :
Assuming Our Responsibilities for
Better Homes, Schools and Communities
CLASS OF '55
LOCAL GIRLS SCOUTS
WENNINGER,S WASHER SERVICE
AUTOMATIC - CONVENTIONAL
Livingston's Appliance Department
110 W. Washington St., Bloomington, Ill.
Phone 5-2001 George Wenninger
KRAFT 8: SOUTHERLAN
MOTOR CO., Inc.
DODGE - PLYMOUTH
Sales Kz Service
G. T. McGUIRE
COMPLETE INSURANCE SERVICE
SHELLING 8: TRUCKINC
Local and Long Distance Hauling
EUREKA - 295W
SANDWICHES - FOUNTAIN SERVICE
SALADS - FRENCH FRIES
"Serving Only the Very Best"
Route 24 : Phone 630
DR. L. G. MELAIK
GEORGE H. RILEY
Heyl Motor Company
Q i E d'nda ' e' if
umm- felin e'
C d ' n in a h wg!-Eva
as o oo Q
Phone 95 --- Eureka
Standard Uil Products Towing Service
My Sembrgf we
' where it will really pay off-
on a Kroger Employment Ap-
plication. We have excellent
positions in a wide variety of
interesting, stimulating oc-
A free retirement program
and a. liberal proilt-sharing
plan are just 2 of many rea-
sons it's smart to consider a
111 Persimmon St., Peoria, Ill.
Eureka Store Manager
John Keller 81 Sons
SAND AND GRAVEL
MULLER PRODUCE, Inc.
Fresh and Frozen Foods
Peoria Phone 3-3676
WALTER H. SMITH
Would Appreciate Serving You In
Eureka, Ill. Phone 809J
GIFTS FOR ALL OCCASIONS
LAURENCE H. ROCKE
PAINTING Sz DECORATING
' Roanoke, Illinois '
Interior - Exterior
West Edge of Washington, Ill.
DINNERS - LUNCHES
SHERIFF OF WOODFORD COUNTY
QUENTIN CJIMD DURST
DEPUTY MILLEDGE THOMAS
Com plim ents
GEORGE L. TOLER
A. L. WARGO
PLUMBING - HEATING
Phone 508 Eureka, Ill.
Westinghouse Radios, Refrigerators, Stov
G. E. Air Conditioning
SPRAY PAINTING-WALL PAPERING ALL WORK GUARANTEED
EUREKA TELEPHONE CO.
GRADING CONTRACTORS - SEWERS
SOIL CONSERVATION WfORK
405 S. Darst St. Phone 517
WESTERN AUTO ASSOCIATE
TIRES -- BATTERIES - BICYCLES
TOYS - SPORTING GOODS
DAWSON DRUG STORE
PARSONS, SHOE STORE
Shoes With Styles To Fit Every Occasion
ALSO EXPERT SHOE REPAIRING
EUREKA NEWS AGENCY
111 SOUTH MAIN ST.
EUREKA'S MODERN STORE
Best of Merchandise - Reasonable Prices
Efficient and Courteous Service
205 S. MAIN ST. PHONE 140
REAL ESTATE - LOANS
Office 320 Residence 101
1955 Graduating Class
536 W. Wisconsin Ave.
We Specialize In
Senior and Annual Photography
SIMPSON-POWELSON LUMBER CO.
Lumber - Paint Kz Accessories - Hardware
Tools - Barn Equipment - Wall Board
Plywood - Plaster Board - Cabinets
Topping' -- Glass - Metal Moldiing, Etc.
"SERVICE WITH A SMILE"
BUSY CORNER CAFE
FINE FOODS - PLEASANT SURROU
Junction U. S. 150-117
CHAIN LINK FENCE
Ornamental Iron Fences and Porch Railings
"First In Farm Machinery"
NEW HOLLAND BALERS
MISHLER IMPLEMENT ICO.
Phone 37 ' ' Roanoke, Illinois
HILLMAN PASTRY SHOP
WEDDING CAKES - PASTRY ORDERS
Fancy Pastry of All Kinds
Complete Drug Service
Your REXALL Store
THE CLASS OF '55
LAMBDA CHI ALPHA
SHAEFER SHOE STORE
WOODFORD COUNTY JOURNAL
EUREKA ROOFING AND
DR. M. I. GLICK
CARLOCK FEED MILL
KNAPP SERVICE STATION
SHERMAN BARBER SHOP
MINTON W. PARKER, O. D.
H. L. DYAR
FLANAGAN'S TV SERVICE
MR. and MRS. FARLEY E. WILSON
LEEDS' DRESS SHOP
LOREN P. KESLER
BURKHOLDER HAPPY HOUR
C. J. WITTMER
CONGERVILLE GRAIN AND SEED
W. H. FOSTER
TOWN AND COUNTRY ANIMAL
S. E. NAFFZIGER
EUREKA GARBAGE SERVICE
Hearty Congratulations to the
HARPER 86 SAUDER
International Harvester - Maytag
"Service Is Our Business"
Best Wishes-Class of '55
Traver Food Market
Red and White Brand
Canned Fruits and Vegetables
ANLIKER 81 GETZ
FORD SALES' 8: SERVICE
A-1 USED CARS .-
Phone 108 Eureka, Illinois
WHITTINGTON ELECTRIC CO.
Phone 462W Eureka, Illinois
HOME COOKED FOOD
Chicken - Steaks 4 Home Made Pies
KUNTZ STANDARD SERVICE
Gas - Oil - Tires - Batteries
Washing - Creasing 5 Waxing 4- Tune-Up
Congerville, Illinois Phone Deer Creek 5810
PEOPLES STATE BANK
A Sound, Friendly, Progressive Bank
Member Federal Deposit Insurance
PRAIRIE DEHYDRATING CO.
QUALITY ALFALFA MEAL
Roanoke, Ill. Orrick, Mo
Rural Routes 1 and 2
CARROLL DE VORE
, 400J i Eureka, Illinois
Do Y,ou Have Sale In Mind? Contact
HENRY J. WIEGAND
Phone l9F3 Carlock, Ill.
GMC Trucks General Repairing, All Kinds
Gibson Home Freezers and Refrigerators Home Appliances
Problems of Farm and Home
Talk It Over With
SALES and SERVICE
Phone 518 :: Res. Phone 298W
BILL 86 MAC'S
BRAKE SERVICE MOTOR TUNE-UP
South of the Square
EUREKA Phone 124
N AUTILUS STAFF
Hearty Congratulatians Hearty Congratulations
to the to
C1355 of ,SS C1358 of ,55
l Eureka Hardware Co.
Eureka Furniture Go. Your
QUALITY MERCHANDISE GENERAL ELECTRIC APPLIANCE
-ap SEIGLER HEATER
LOW PRICES DRI GAS
EUREKA, ILLINOIS U
Phone 2 Phone 28
G. HERBST J. W. LEMAN R. G. HERBST J. W. LEMAN
I. F. Dooley
B. H. Schumacher
Over 34 Years of Service
A Safe Place to Buy a Fine Diamond
H. F. Ogan
SHEET METAL CONSTRUCTION
All Metal Work - Roofing 8z Spouting
Colonial Warm Air Furnaces
Phone 364 Eureka, Ill.
ILLINI MOTOR COURT
U. S. 24 - West Edge of Eureka
T. V. in All Rooms Phone 148W
Livestock -- Grain - Gravel - Coal
Phone 422X Eureka, Ill.
BATES RADIO 81 TV
DuMont - Westinghouse - Zenith
General Electric - Motorola - Hoifman
BEST OF TV SERVICE
Westinghouse Appliances - Stoves
Refrigerators - Freezers - Laundry Eqpt.
PHONE 569R EUREKA, ILL.
H. R. TEEGARDEN
MAY THE FUTURE BRING ALL EUREKA
HIGH SCHOOL STUDENTS
OPPORTUNITY AND SUCCESS
BILL TELLKAMP, Proprietor
Roller Skating wednesday, Friday, Saturday
and Sunday Evenings -- 7:30-10:30
Private Parties at Attractive Rates
TREMONT BLACKSMITH SHOP
E. R. SCHEAFER, Prop.
WELDING, BLACK SMITHING, REPAIRING
Roof Weed Cutters - Goodall Rotary Mowers
Reo Power Mowers - Lombard Chain Saws
PARTS -- SALES - SERVICE
Phone 200 Tremont, Ill.
Phone 210 Deer Creek, Illinois
FLOORS Sz WALLS
LINOLEUM - DRAPERIES - WALL PAPER
RUGS 8: CARPETING
VENETIAN BLINDS - ASPHALT TILE
All Work Guaranteed Satisfactory
PHONE 371 WASHINGTON, ILL.
Unit District 140 Builds Your Education
J. B. SNYDER 62 SON
BUILD YOUR HoME
Congratulations to the Class of ,55
Juices - Vegetables - Fruits
Canned Meats - Salmon - Pickles
Olives - Condiments
Baby Foods - Frozen Foods
Loon 'ro ' Fon Pmu-'Ec'r1oN
Face the future with confizlence, gradu-
' la 11 ce
ates. Amerlca offers you the est c an
in the world to succeecl. Your fine
educational Laclzgrounel has prepared
t shoulder whatever burdens you
meet. You can plan your life the way
you want it. . . and your success clepenrls
almost entirely upon your own initiative
Genfraf gffizzois .Eiq f
CLASS OF '55
Interior 8z Exterior
Eureka, Illinois Phone 373J
FRANK'S BARBER SHOP
FRANK HICKMAN, Proprietor
THE C. 81 L. SUPERETPE
"Clara and Lawrence Zimmerman"
GROCERIES - MEATS
Phone 195R : Eureka, Ill.
HOURS-Week Days, 8:00 a. m. to 9:00 p. m.
Sundays, 8:00 a. nn. to 6:00 p. m.
DRS. BARKER 8: BARKER
OTTO-ARGO FUNERAL HOME
D. H. ARGO - A. H. OTTO
Eureka 79 Danvers 2
EUREKA FARMERS C0-OP.
GRAIN, FEED, FENCE, ETC.
CONGRATULATIONS HAECKER'S RESTAURANT
T0 "DICK" "GEORGE"
CLASS OF ,55 "Where Friends Meet and Eat"
Homemade Do-Nuts for Parties or Home Use
A' W' CURTIS DAIRY Do-Nut Sundaes - Home Cooking
Distributor of Delicious Coffee
ROSZELIXS SEALTEST DAIRY PRODUCTS PHONE 78 W S.d f EUREKA
Phone 652 est I e 0 Square
How would you answer this question? It
mme from un eighth grade student as u
part of u cluss citizenship project.
HERE'S THE WAY
EXECUTIVE ANSWERED IT:
"To describe a good citizen
d is most difficult-much like try-
ing to describe our great country in a few
words. However, some qualifications of
a good citizen certainly would be:
0 A fundamental belief in God.
in a few
0 A deep sense of honesty and integrity.
0 Moral character above reproach-the
result of personal convictions rather than
fear of public opinion.
0 An interest in one's community cou-
pled with a willingness to work long
and hard for its betterment.
0 A true sense of value, recognizing that
there is no such thing as so
nothing. Everything we achieve, every-
thing we get, must be earned.
0 A love of the freedoms guaranteed by
. . . d
our Constitution and Bill of Rights, an
a willingness to protect these freedoms.
0 A desire to search for and find the
truth and not be swayed by the emotions
0 A sense of duty when it c
'sin our great American privilege of
voting, based on- thoughtful considera-
' - d
tion of the issue or office involved an
the same sense of duty when jury, mili-
tary or p
should be met.
lt is difficult indeed to describeycitizen-
ship in a few words. I hope these
thoughts will be helpful.
OKHCS I0 CX-
ublic office responsibilities
Zimmerman Implement Co.
Owner -- K. D. Sauder
"The best assurance of the future is the performance
of the past."
ALLIS-CHALMERS -- MERCURY
DICKINSON LUMBER CO.
f'Everything for the Builder"
PHONE 27 EUREKA, ILLINOIS
Give Your Automobile P
BEST IN LUBRICATION
Woodford County's Most
Complete and Up-to-Date
TRADE WHERE THE SERVICE IS SNAPPY
AND THE BOYS ARE HAPPY
Woodford County Service Company
PHONE 40 EUREKA, ILLINOIS
Deer Creek 801 - Danvers 333
SERVICE ORGANIZATION "
"Fertility That Fits"
e i e ei t i t et
1 f M i
ILLINOIS BUILDERS MATERIAL
Roanoke ' ' Illinois
DON B. PIOLETTI
CLASS OF '55
STANLEY HOME PRODUCTS
HANGARTNER 8: BITTNER
JOHN DEERE SALES 8 SERVICE
WESTINGHOUSE - MAYTAG
Phone Deer Creek 2601
Goodfield ' : Illinois
Honeggers' Feeds Tiger Brand Seeds
GOODFIELD GRAIN 81 FEED Co.
Sol Rassi . Boli Rassi
PHONE 37-2 - SECOR
EZRA H. MOBERLY
"BEST IN TOWN"
BEN R. TANNER
CONTRACTOR 8 BUILDER
C L A S S 0 F ' 5 5
Dsear L. Strother
Real Estate Insurance
DON 'S SWEET SHOP
THE HOME OF FINE
sty Toasted Sandwiches Complete Fountain Ser
"Only the Best Is Good Enough"
Owned and Operated by Don Emlen
"HOME-MADE CAN DIES"
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