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141. 5, rn I W- A . . . L 'I Ai f 5-I, ,tx 5' i. lv 4 . . I 2. -4 K .ini f new , wi.. Y ,Ig - E' - fir, .gaifz V 1-gg . ig,--H N, .QQ -ff 1 fr 4-M 1 .. g,. y 5' r ' " .1 .- ' w. , Nur' 42 5 'Q L . .-,V 1 Q 4 , ,gh ,fha i 4 -K ,. Q if J I 'S , 4 F 1 W .4 w ' N 7 s X T-qi? -2' . X Qi, w, gg- . 'lf 'i. - . .Ng . HWIHIMMI1WJWWWWMHwMMWJWWMWVwllilWWWWwJWIUWWINV24WMMW1NJNNWIWNNNIIWNNBWNV1WWWNNINW!MNNNU1LlNNN11N'VJININVHHNMilH,11NNhMw,JW""1MidHM,,.w 11 , w, ,1 vw' ,UH,M31MMMM'NWUMWMWMNMJW!1W!!WlWEVW1lW HWWWWV1NVhN,H'1'1"MiM , 1WMHJNN!WN.JWMNWWMll The HURNET presented by The Class of 956 CON GERVILLEH-EUREKA---GOODFIELD Unit District 140 Volume XI May, 1956 Eureka, Illinois The Hornet Staff 1956 EDITOR, LARRY LEIK EN Layout - Typists - Alyce Curtis Larry Melaik Bill Hohulin Eleanor Zimmerman Literary - Art - Marjorie Lawrence Lester Riddle Vyra Deen Kauffman Marian Smith Paul Watkins Doris Small Charlene Hohulin Pictures - Barnard Argo Wayne Griflin Patricia Crump Carol Ulrich Business - Richard Remmert Joann Goetzinger Lydia Dietrich Norma Porth Subscriptions - Dolores Rokey Mary Ann Spaulding Marjorie Knapp Catherine Brubaker Sports Nancy Miller Donna Ulrich Nancy Wilson Vera Blumenshine Linda Otten Marjorie Martin Mary Hohulin Bill Honeg Leroy Clark Jack Keller Kent Knox John Leman Maynard Myers Joe Stromberger Robert Wilder Wayne Zobrist Special Contributors - Juanita Amerman Stanley Bradle Gerald Brubaker Richard Engel Richard Frank Eugene Gibson Allene Gooding Donald Horn Marlene Meier James Morrison Joyce Pfeflinger Carol Rippel Will Ann Sides Glen Stahl Phyllis Tanner Gerald Wilson ADVISOR - MR. EDWARD L. MAJOR FOREWCRD 4500 fx Hmm fi -fu-: - - - As we clepart from these halls and pass through the doors of life, let us leave you with this hook, a recollection of a happy past. We will stop only a mo- ment to glance at some of the happenings ancl events before we journey forward. DEDICATION Hardly a day goes by at Eureka High that some evidence of Mr. Hammond's work is not seen. There are few school activities in which he or some member of his many classes does not take part. Tickets for parties and dances, programs for the plays, chorus and hand activities---all fall under his authority. Each year, twenty-three seniors leave his office practice class equipped with the knowledge and training that make good secretaries. Each year, many students learn from him the valuable skills of typing, shorthand, and bookkeeping. We, the class of '56, wish to dedicate this hook to Mr. Hammond as a token of appreciation for his frequent and freely-given assistance throughout our four years at Eureka High School. Administration Board of Education BOTTOM ROW: Sam Bechtel, Roy Kuntz, Mrs. Edward Riley, Clarence Noe. BACK ROW: Superintendent Tilrnan R. Smith, Earl Reel, Donald Argo, Kenneth Cross Educational Advisory Council 'QF BOTTOM ROW: Mrs. L. G. Hines, Harold Imhoff, Mrs. Marvin Irions, Mrs. Mahlon Zimmerman, Mrs. C. E. Albers. SECOND ROW: Mrs. Ed Riley, Robert Troyer, Mrs. Robert Taylor, Mrs. Chester Sauder, Mrs. Earl Goodale. THIRD ROW: Ralph Brown, Kenneth Cable, Mrs. Charles Stauter, Mrs. Chris Miller, Mrs. Floyd Sharp. FOURTH ROW: Herbert Kauffman, Ernest Zimmerman, Mrs. Dan Knapp, Mrs. Sam Dunlap. FIFTH ROW: Lester Rediger, Robert Kennell, Louis Baumann, Donald Hawthorne, Vance Emory. is it lp KENNETH D. CABLE B. A., Cornell University M. Ed., M. A., University of Illinois This year concludes Mr. Cable's twelfth year as Principal of Eureka High School. Along with his many responsibilities as principal, he devotes much of his time and effort toward personal counseling. This past year he also taught Physics. is si Executives TILMAN R. SMITH A. B., Goshen College M. A., University of Iowa M. S., University of Illinois Unit District 140 has been under the careful supervision of Mr. Smith for the past seven years. During this time, he has de- voted his time and energy to improving the educational facilities of the district. How- ever, he always manages to find time for the personal problems of both students and teachers. F ACULTY VANCE EMORY B. Ed., Illinois State Normal University M. A., Bradley University For the past ten years, Mr. Emory has been teaching the Industrial Arts I., II., and III. classes at Eureka High School. He also teaches a class from the Davenport Grade School and has served as co- advisor to the Junior clas MARY CLARK B. A., Monmouth College For the past five years, Miss Clark has had charge of the vocal music department of Eureka High School and this past year taught a Music Appreciation course. She also teaches at the Davenport Grade School and served as co-advisor to the Senior class. HEWITT HAFER B. S., P. E., University 0 This year marks Mr. s this past year. f Illinois Hafer's first year of teaching i ALBERT HAMMOND B. S., Central Missouri Teachers College Mr. Hammond has been at Eureka High School for fifteen years. As Commerce teacher, he teaches typing, shorthand, bookkeeping, and office practice. and coaching at Eureka High School. His teaching included Algebra I., Geometry, and Advanced Math. He was basketball and baseball coach and assistant football coach. He also served as co-advisor to the Freshman class. FACULTY HERBERT HASENYAGER A. B., Eureka College This year concludes Mr. Hasenyager's first year at Eureka High School. Besides being the football and track coach, and assistant basketball coach, Mr. Hasenyager teaches General Math. FRANCES DOUGLAS B. Ed., Illinois State Normal University Miss Douglas has taught five years at Eureka High School. Besides teaching the English II., IV., and V. classes this past year, she filled the position of librarian and acted as advisor for the cheerleaders. EDWARD L. MAJOR B. A Eureka Colle e -, g M. A., University of Illinois For twenty-three years Mr. Major has faithfully served as instructor of World History, American His- tory, Civics, and Economics at Eureka High School. He has also given much of his time as faculty advisor to the Hornet. CHARLES HERRIDGE A. B., Bradley University Mr. Herridge has completed his first year of teaching English II. and III. at Eureka High School. He also directed the class plays and was co-advisor to the Sophomore class. FACULTY ,, i . ':': ":":!2 . ARTHUR PHILLIPS w at - . , f B. S., M. Ed., University of Illinois Mr. Phillips has taught the Agricultural classes at Eureka High School for eight years. During this time he has been faculty advisor to the F.F.A. and this past year was Senior class co-advisor. iff' JANET HELGEN B. S., James Millikin University This marks Miss Helgeifs second year as teacher of Home Economics I., II., and III. She served this past year as faculty advisor to the F.H.A., and as co- advisor to the Sophomore class. B S Euieka College M. S., University of Illinois Mr. Reesman has been with Eureka High School for twelve years. Along with teaching General Science, Biology, and Chemistry, he has served as faculty ad- visor to the Student Council. Much of his time is devoted as the photographer for the Hornet. HOMER REESMAN MARY JENKINS A. B., Bradley University Miss Jenkins has had charge of the girls' physical education classes at Eureka High School for the past twelve years. She also has classes in the Davenport Grade School and is faculty advisor to the G.A.A. She served as co-advisor to the Freshman class this past year. , FACULTY MAHLON SAXTON University of Nebraska Conservatory of Music, Leipzig Conservatory of Music, Brussels Mr. Saxton has faithfully served as Eureka's band instructor for the past twenty-four years. He also teaches at the Congerville, Goodfield, and Davenport Grade Schools. ANN MCCUTCHEON A. B., Evansville College, Indiana Mrs. McCutcheon has finished her second year of teaching Latin I., II., and English I. at Eureka High School. She has served as co-advisor of the Junior Class and faculty sponsor of the Nautilus this past year. CATHERINE BRUCE Mrs. Bruce has carefully watched the health of all students of Unit District 140 for the past six years. WANDA LEMAN Mrs. Leman has completed her first year as school secretary. Although very busy, she is always ready and willing to assist in any Way. Bus Drivers FRUNT ROW: Hob Bruce, Gone Larson, Guilford Zook, Mike Miller. BACK HOW: John C1'zlwfo1'cl, Paul Lightfoot, Emil Keller. Custoclians l l George Adams Paul Lightfoot Freshmen - , f f 'Xf' . 'wi Ai iv? ,U V 1: qwiw .9359-lt'i"l"f Freshman Officers President ' Vice President PHILLIP BRUBAKER GAIL GOETZINGER Secretary Treasurer CLAIRE ANN KAUFFMAN JON DAVID HARTZLER FRESHMAN CLASS HISTORY . In the fall of 1955, a new class entered Eureka High. There were 'l seventy-nine class members, making them the largest class in the school. After they had a chance to know each other, they elected class officers as follows: Phil Brubaker, presidentg Gail Goetzinger, vice presidentg Claire Ann Kauffman, secretaryg Jon David Hartzler, treasurer. Dick Honeg and Susie Myers were their student council representatives. Their class advisors were Mr. Hafer and Miss Jenkins. Initiation was held, and the freshmen dressed according to song titles. Contests were held to see which group did the best job in acting out their song' titles in pantomime. The seniors gave them a party that evening. The freshmen broke a tradition by taking first place in the Stunt Show. Kathleen Anderson Marvin Blunier Marie Bocka Patricia Burrell Ruth Ann Cablm Dwayne Cawley Carol Chaplin Lynn Colburn Everett Copeland Kenneth Cordes ,V 'Nw efrgfnpg , ff Q, is S ml if Jvnnita Dvtweiler James Dubrve N'1ncv Jo Durbin 3 Lunnie Elnerson Dean Eyman Ronald llulst Kay Finley Michael Flanagan Jack Gerber Larry Kuntz Norman LaConte Richard Leiken Roger Litwiller Mary McDonald David Menssen Janice Meyer . 6, ,,., 5.52. Dean German Jerry Getz Melvin Glick M arleah Guengerich Dickie Hays James Hellyer Dick Honeg Kathleen Humes Virginia Johnson Walter Knecht James Maloney Gerald Martin Donald Miller Linda Miller Russel Miller Bobby Myers Sharon Myers Susie Myers Mary Noland Elnor Pease John Potts Tommy Price Ts' ' 'f T 'sv '- e 7 1 rid., ' 1 'i's. 'Z I. -Q 4 M: a 4? 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M. .,, ff' , r wa .MQQA ,A N 1 :Sy 'Wk 'XXV' Lee Rediger Lisbeth Riddle V WQTWR , Janice Roeke Jim Rnkey N Je- , , XX X- F Q is ...W .3 1 We H' H' ,, Y 1 in X i ef. we 'Q 1 Y li R W K ww fx fn ,3 ' Q 61 5 N ai- :, ,E , in Ronald Sauder X 09 Allen Sehroek Nancy Jo Schrock Rose Marie Schroeder Bonnie Shoup W-Qs 9 Q 1 ,M E, Ronnie Jacqueline Weaver 4- Donna Nancy Kenagy Gary Wise Ralph Zobrist Underwood Whittington 'M ' .flung A EARN if ,K " is 1 0 Q mga if 'ff S 'E 0 X 'Em M, 2' My 1' S r Q i, L5 me ff' 5 5 "ew Vernon Wettstein Wanda Sides Judith Smith Linda Spangler Patricia Stoller Kitty Stromberger Duane Tabor Donald Tanner Scherris Teel David Traver Judith Turner Sharon Winkler Nancy Winn D ieeneei eae at J 'Q Q xg' xx ,QV Q1 W mf 'f9f'i" if. :raise e fx. ml EJ :la-W: :ir , B5 'QNX I1 Sophomores Sophomore Officers President Vice President MARGARET SCHEID DAVID GINZEI Secletary Treasurer NAOMI BOWALD RALPH GARBER SOPHOMORE CLASS HISTORY The Sophomores, after a successful freshman year with Roger Fisher as president and Miss Helgen and Mr. Cable as class advisors, chose Mar- garet Scheid as their new presidentg David Ginzel, vice presidentg Naomi Bowald, secretaryg and Ralph Garber, treasurer. Their student council representatives were Joy Myers and Larry Miller. Miss Helgen and Mr. Herridge were their new advisors. During both years they had a strong representation in F.H.A., F.F.A., G.A.A., chorus, band, and other extra-curricular activities, besides having boys participating in sports. They had one class party and an all-school dance, "The Henry Hornet Hop." ,af Judith Aeschleman Garland Bachman Ellen Barrett Doris Bartlow Larry Bauman Edward Crawford Robert Crump Mary Dietrich James Dildine Leroy Dirden 'Qin 'Tr Janice Blumenshine Joyce Blunier Carol Brown Michael Brown Keith Cable ri' a gf' 3 l ' ef - , , 5 X. A ,. ,rg X, .Q gd gilt, . L' 1 , 'K f ff' my A e ri -C N, v .. I . X Stephen Colburn Linda Cook fir? 2 4 2. + .- if NR . 3 at , SQ C , 'g "N Si ' -C K iii A -.4 W K r. Q , Q, 5 A A 3' as N . W ,ew X Xa asf? my .f MX A f ff i -. . H 'B- 9 or f'?', 113 ., , ,N N Q Q. ff, , Ssw ..,. 5., b3i v . ...Q X you - ,J B, XP f , L, hai ' Q X' el , , M to .: .r i ifi i Q law AQ 'K X ..... L x , i ik ,P ur K J 'i H W ' ' , FFXXQ., s R 'fiyfxw' JI J '- K J '. . gf-J' Q x Richard Eastman Tom Engel Roger Fisher Sam Harrod Janice Hartzler 1 Duane Heinold Lucy Hines R0be1't Hohulin Carol Humes Everett Kettwich John Kinder Terry Klaus Harold Knapp Bill Krumholz Lydia Leman Gary Lightfoot DeAnne Major x 'P if , rl fu , 5' l 3 1,5 , I? it , I -. Helen McClanahan Larry Miller .lane Moreland Joy Myers Bonnie Nelson Janet Rokey Alice Sandstrom William Sansom Glen Schacherbauer Num... Susan Nickel Doris Noland Mildred Piper Ray Reeser James Riddle ii Patrick Riley Betty Robenstem 5 ,QM Fas wi Phyllis Schierer Donna Shoup Della Sides Richard Sinn Ernest Stahl ww. X' wg K -xv V 4 V R 2 bi as Qt f ,QF is 1' 9. gigs' A 'Egan gi iff ' gi Q, M: W. X . Daniel Sullivan Mary Ann Troyer Milton Watkins Carol Wettstein Keith Wood Lola Woosley Kathleen Winkler Gerald Zimmerman Larry Zimmerman Marilyn Zimmerman Carolyn Zobrist Violet Patterson he Y -N., Snaps .-aw. Juniors President LYNDA DOSHER Junior Officers Vice President N LARRY EADES I Secretary Treasurer ELIZABETH HANCOCK BEN BOWALD JUNIOR CLASS HISTORY The Junior Class started the 1955-56 school year by electing Lynda Dosher as president, Larry Eades as vice president, Elizabeth Hancock as secretary, and Ben Bowald as treasurer. Doris Knapp and Jim Hohulin were chosen to represent them in student council. Mrs. McCutcheon and Mr. Emory were their advisors. Their big job this year was the J unior-Senior Banquet and Prom. To raise money for this, they sold candy at noon, took care of the home game concessions, presented the play "Crazy But Cute", sold Christmas cards, picked up corn, and gave a pancake and sausage supper. WF' X"1i f af' A, , M, -A , i xx Sam Anlilzvr Twyla Bauman Janice Bilbrcy Judy Braille B1-tty Brubaker Phyllis Burrnugrhs Jack Carr Harold Cordvs husic- Crawford Gerry Curfmzln Valerie Curtis Linda Frank x... Virgil Froman Carolyn Gorman Allan Getz " as ix, 7 lair' ,.... A896 vu'- i' is Merna Grusy Doris Heiken Bob Herschel Beverly Hohulin James Hohulin Saundra Honeg David Householter Lee Karl Doris Knapp Richard Knecht wimlkw' Aron Martin Loraine Martinez C. R McDonald Arlynn McGinnis David Miller Fred Miller Judy Myers Carol Noland Elsie Ott Phyllis Peterson Susie Potts Nancy Price Mary Reel is H..- M Shirley Robenstein Gerald Rocl-ze Sally Roehm Mike Roseman Donna Schroeder M if J' ' , My if 4, iff, ga. -' V f e e ' i f Q 3 f-.. 1, :XXX ' XXX R. I n X ' , - nil lx A 'x NCR ": N, rw 4: -s Nt i is R5 - .iz V: 1 .- 'ysV:iinh'N ' US v".":'Q1iC ss 1 K ,Q 'vxai' 5 0 , in 'hymn gn. 9--ni:-':. 2. wif 1x':i'ZtH. : - 2 ww- aw i W 1 Rita Siebenthal John Smith Ron Smith David Thompson Barbara Wasson in ii M 'fgufigi ifigfaifg Ed Watkins Henry Watkins Wayne Wettstein Jim Whittington Shel-lane Winn Luz 'N Lax., inf, if Phoebe Woerner Gerald Wood 1 John Kenagy Rachel Yoder Pat Zehr Ray Zimmerman 1-, fighyz ...L , .lnl if ft :Z K L K 3 24, 5 1? Snaps Seniors pardon my enemies gladly." DANN GOETZINGER torus 1, 2, 3, 4, Treasurer 4, morus Ensemble 2, 3, 4g A zppella 3, 45 Voice Solo 2, Operetta 3, 4, Class Tour- nments 1, 2, 3, Yearbook aff 45 Band 1, 2, 3, 45 Band nsemble 3, 4g F.H.A. 1, 2, 4, President 45 G.A.A. 1, 2, ass Officer 1, 3, 4, Secretary 33 President 43 Stunt Show 3, 3, 4: Newspaper Staff Senior Officers 'KC0ntentment gives us health and beauty, too." NANCY MILLER Chorus 1, 2, 3, 43 Chorus En- semble 1, 2, 3, A Cappella 3, 45 Operetta 1, 25 Class Tour- naments 1, 2, 3, 43 Yearbook Staff 4, Newspaper Staff 2, 3, 45 Band 1, 2, 3, 45 Band En- semble 4g Orchestra 1, 2, 3, 45 Student Council 23 G.A.A. 1, 2, 3, Class Oflicer, Secretary 43 Cheerleader 1, 2, 3, Stunt Show 1, 2, 33 Majorette 1, 2, 3, 4: Homecoming Attend- ant 4. "A job too small would bure me." LESTER RIDDLE Yearbook Staff 43 Newspaper Staff 2, 3, 43 Class Oliicer, Treasurer 45 Basketball 1, 25 grack 2, 3, 4, Honor Society "Worries fill a little place." MARGE MARTIN Chorus 1, 2, 3, 43 Class Tour- naments 3g Band 1, 2, 3, 45 G.A.A. 1, 2, 3, Junior Play: Class Officer, Treasurer 2, Vice President 4g Stunt Show 1, 2, 35 Homecoming Attend- ant 43 Band Ensemble 4. Motto: "The Door to Success Is Labeled 'Pushin Colors: Blue and White Flower: Red Rose X "To ask is not the way to get." VERA BLU M ENSHINE Vllnrus Ig Iiuntl I, 3, ZZ, -Ig II..I..X. 2 S: Lillruriun 11, II. "I like to live a simple life." STANLEY BRADLE l",l"..X. 15. "l'n1 yawning from morning till night." .I ERR Y BRI? BA K ER I-'ootlmll I, 11, II, I3 'I'rut'k I, Z, Zi, I: I,1-It'-rutun 2, II, ,I "Trust in life when sorrow comes." li I'l"l'I IC BR l' BA K ICR tht-uns I, ,,, .., I, thorns Lnsnlnlllt- I, -, .t, -I: .I t up ., . ,.,, ., .. , tl ,I , gn-ilu .,, I. Upeullu I, s, .., I, Iluxs Iolltnumvnts lluntl I " II -I' Iiuntl Itinsvlnhln- -I' Hrvllu-sIi'u . . - . ,, .. Ntualt-nt lonnt-ll FI: I-..X.X. I. .., ... I: Junior I'I.15, Nlunl Slum I, I, JI, II. "Truth makes life a noble thing." .IUANITA AMERMAN Vllorus I, 2, 25, 4: Uluss Tourntnna-nts I, 2, JI, -Ig lf'.II.A, 1, 3 ::, 4: mist.,-I. 1, 2, :s, 4: Juuim- play: x .'tunt Show II, -1. "Same people seem at ease in life." BARNARD ARGO I'l1oI'us I, 13, JI, 4: Up:-rvttu II: Yearbook Stat? 43 Junior Pluy: liaxskvtlrull Munugrvr lg Footllaill Manager I, 2: Stunt Show I, 2, CI, 4. "I won't neglect my talent." LEROY CLARK Vltorlls 1, 2, Zi, -I: l'l1orus Hnsoinlvlt- II: Xlutlrigfnl l, 2, ZZ, .If ,K t'uppt-II:1 I, 12, II, FI: Yoivv Solo I, 2, II, -Ig Opt-rt-ttu I, 12, 25, 4: Class 'l'ournunn-nts I, 2, ZIg Yu-ut-hook Stott' 4: Nt-wspupt-r Stuff' 11: lluntl linsemble I, 2. SI, -I: liuntl I, 13, SI, -1: Ilund Solo I, JI, 43 Student Uoune-il I, 2, II, -Ig Flaws Htlim-1', l'rosi1le-nt 12: liatskn-tlutll I, 2: I"oolImIl 23 'Fruvk I, 2g Stunt Show I, 2, JI, -I3 llonivc-outing AtIt'u4lul1t -I, "Honest labor is well rewarded." PATTY CRUMI' Vhorus I, 15, II, 41 Vhorus linsvinhlo 4: Uluss Tourna- lIlt'IIlS 12, II: Na-nwpuper Stuff SI, -I: tI.A.A. 2, 3, 43 Stunt Show 2, SI, 4: A Vulxpvllzi 4. "I've made it a rule to win success." ALYCE CURTIS Chai-us l, 2, IS, 4: Chorus linseinlrle 4: A Cappella Il, 4: Operetta 4: Class Tuuruann-nts l, ZZ, Il: Yearlmuk Staff 4: Newspaper Staff 2, Zi, 4, lirlitm' 4j Band 1, LZ, 35, 4: Urvliestra 2: Student Cuuuvil 4: GAA. I, 2, Ci, 4, St't'l't'ItlI'j' Si: Junior Play: Class tlftirei' 2, 24, Seen-tary 2, President Il: Stunt Slum' 3, 54, 43 .llannr Somety 14. "I claim imagination." LYDIA DIETRICH tI.A.A. 2, Il, 4: l.iln'arian 2, Ii: Yvarlmok Staff 4. "I'd like to throw away the clock that chops to minutes all our days." WAYNE GRIFFIN Blouiningrtnn l, 2, Ci: Class '1l0lll'IIilIIIl'lliN 4. "How marvelous are men these days." BILL HOHULIN Chorus l, 2, Ji, 4: Chorus Pinsemble l, 2, Zi, 4: A Cappella t, 2, Ji, 4: Uperetta Il: Class Tournaments I, 2, Il, 4: Yearbook Staff 4: Band I, 2, 35, 4: Band Ensemble 35, 4: Uruhestra Sl: Student Counril 1, 4: Junior Play: Class tlttiver, Treasurer 33 Basketball 1, 2, 3: Baseball I, 2, IZ, 4: Travk 1, 2: Stunt Show I, 2, 3, 4: Letterman 1, 2, JI, 4: Honor Sun-iety Sig Homet-oming Attendant 4. "I think uplifting thoughts - at times." DICK ENGEL Cltnrus I, 2: Class 'l'aurnan1ents 1, 2, ii, 4: l",l"..X. I, U: .lnninr Play: Baskf-tlrall 2. il, 43 Vmmthall I1 Stunt Show 4: L+-tterrnan 4. "Let us help our fellow men." RICHARD FRANK Class Tournalnents 4: l".F.A. l, 11, 15, Sentinel II: Junior Play: Stunt Show 4. "Be lazy sometimes. I advise." EUGENE GIBSON Class '1'tlII!'I1iiII10IIiN Sl, 4: F.l".A, I, IJ, Ji, 4: Basketlrall ZS: Fuutlrzlll 35: Travk Il, 4: lit'lt'l'IIItllI Zi, 4. "Each common day has moments we can treasure." ALLENE GOODING Cliurus 1, 2, JE, 4: Librarian 2, 25, l'rn-simlm-ut 43 Chorus Plnseinlvln- 2, ZS: Madrigral 4: A Cappella Zi, 43 tlperetta '5, -13 Class Tournarnents l, 2, Il, 4: Y:-arlzouk Staff 4: Newspaper Stat? 2, Sl, 4: Student Cwunvil Il, 43 tI,A.A. I, 2, Cl, 4: Treasurer Il: Junior l'layg Class tlttit-er, Yin- President Il: Stunt Shaw I, 2, Il, 4: Majorelte l, 12, Sl, 4: lluuur Soviety Si: Iloint-earning: Attendant. "I thrive on admiration: it stimulates my mind." BILL HONEG I'Imrus I, 11, 'Ig I'lwrns Iiusf-mlxlv I. 2: Opi-rm-Ita I, Zi, -lg Vlass 'l'm1rllauls-ills I, 12, Il, -ll N4-xvspslp--I' Stall' 2, Il, 11: 'I'ram-lc I, 11, II, fl: Iiaski-ilmll I, 2, 31, 4: Ilasvlvall 12, IL, -I: Stunt Slum I, U, Ii, fl: l.v'll1'I'lllIlII I, IJ, Il, -13 llmui-I-:nnin1,: Allvmlanl. "We have to give ourselves to life." DONALD HORN 1f'.w..x. 1, 2, ::, -1. A 'The human race varies in marvelous ways." VYRA DEENE KAUFFMAN Fluurus I, il, II, -I: Vlim-us liusmwnlmln- I, 2, II: Maalrigal AI: A Vappn-Iln 2, II, -Ig Vlass 'l'uurnain4-nts I, 2, Zi, 43 Nvwspapn-r Staff LI, Il, AI: lI..X..l, I, 2, Ji, ,Ig Stunt Shun' I, 11, II, el: Lilzrariau 2, SI: Yu-arlmuk Stall' 43 Upviw-II:l Ll, II, 'IZ Yoir-u Sulu I, 2, Il, 4. "Always put off till tomorrow what you can do today." JACK KELLER Ulu-rus I, 13, Ci, -I: Vluxrux Iinsviulmli- I, 2: Illadrigal ll, ,Ig .X I'app1-lla 2, II, ,lg llpi-rm-Ita I, 2, II, I1 Vlass 'll0llI'lI2lIlll'lllS I, 2, Tl: Studi-nl l'nuua-il 1: llaskntlmall I, SI, llllblllllilil JI: 'l'i'a4-lc I: Slunt Slum' I, 2: Yoiw' Szrlu 11, 'I, Al. "I feel so full of vim today." CHARLENE HOHULIN Cliurus I, 2, CI, 43 l'lnu'us l'Ins4-nilrlv fl, 4: A Cappella. II, QI: Vlass 'I'm1rn:m1c-nts I, 2, Si, 4: l".ll,A. 2, Il, 45 1I.A.A. I, 2, JS, 4: Junim- Play: Stunt Slum' I, 23, 3, 4. "Neat and orderly am I." MARY LOUISE HOHULIN f'I1u:'us I, 15, Il, -I: Ulass Tuuruanu-nts I, 2, Il, 4 I".II..X. 2, JI, -1, Vim- llnw-sixlcnt Zi. l'rug1'an1 flllillflllllll 4, 1i,.X..X. I, LZ, JI, -Ig Stunt Slum' I, 12, II, 4. "The joy of life is hard to kill." IVIARJORIE KNAPI' l"lanai:an I, 21: I'lumrus II, 'Ig Vliwrus l'lllSQ'llllIlP Zlg Madrigal 4: ,K t'appa-lla II, 43 Yoiw- Solo II, 43 Opervtta ZS, 43 Class 'l'rn1rnaim-ills Il, 4: Yearlmuk Staff 43 Newspaper Stall' Zig Hand Ji, -11 Studs-ul Uuunril 41 H.A.A. II, 4, Yin- l'ra-simlvnt -1: .luniur Play: Stunt Slum' 233 lllllll4'l'IlllllllI.f Qui-en: Band Eusl-nilrle II, -1. "I feel so weary in the spring." KENT KNOX 1 Lake Mills, Wise. I, 2: l'lun'us SI, 4, A Cappella ll, 4, Class Tournaments II, 43 Junior Play, Basketball Sl Baseball 4, Ifmvtlmll 3, 43 Trai-k II, Letterman 3 ,4. "I must respect the work I do." MARJORIE LAWRENCE 'Washington 13 Chorus 2, Ji, 43 Yearbook Staff 43 Newspaper Staff 2, 3, 43 G.A.A. 2, Cl, 4: Stunt Show 43 Librarian 2, 3, 4: Honor Society Il. "Be proud when you've done a thing wellf' LARRY LEIKEN Chorus 12, 15, 43 A Cnpywlla Ii, 43 Open-tta 3, 4 Yearbook Stuff 4, Editor: Newspaper Stuff 2, Zi, 4 Sport liditor 25, 4: Junior Play: Basketball 13 Base- ball I, 2: Stunt Show l, 2, Ii, 43 Honor Society 3 Football Mzmaxger 1. "A specialist in moods am If' SHUX MYERS Chorus 23 Class Tournaments l, 2, IS. 4: Basketball 1, 2, 33 Baseball 13 Football 1, 12, 23, 43 Track 13 Letterman 2, 3, 4. "I never really flirt, of course." LINDA OTTEN Chorus 1, 2, Ii, 4: Class Tournaments 1, 23 News- paper Staff 2, 33 Band 1, 2, Zi, 43 F.H.A. 33 G.A.A. 1, 2, 33 Stunt Show 1, 2, 3, 4. "Just a little wickedness for spice." JOHN LEMAN pllO!'lIS 1, 2, Ii, 4: t'luol'us lfusoniblo 1. 23 M:ulrig:ul 33 A Uupnm-llu Il, 43 Opt-re-tm l, 2, Zi: Class 'FUIIVIIRIIIIPIIIS I, II, Cl: Junior Play: Buskotbull l, 2, Ci, 4: Truck l, 2: Stunt Show I, 2, Zi, 43 IA'IIt'l'lllilIl ll, 4. "I like a winding road the best." MARLENE MEIER I,'llOl'llS l, 12, Ji, 43 t'lzxss Ttllll'llillllt'IlIS Si, 43 llund 1 3, J, 4, tt.A.A. 3, .53 .lunlor Play: iillll'Zll'lilll Sl, 4 "I can't afford economy." LARRY MELAIK Chorus 2, Ci, 43 Chorus l'illSt'Illlllt' 2: Mndrigzul 25, 43 A f':1ppt-llu 3, 4: Voice- Solo 2, Il, 43 Olnwettat 2, Ii, 43 Yearbook Stuff 43 Newspaper Stuff 2, Ii, 4: liuud 1, 2, II, 43 Band linst-lnblv Sl, 4: Band Solo Jig student Fount-ll Zi, 43 President 43 Basketball 1, 2: Bslsobzlll 1, 2: 'I'r:u-k 1, 12, 153 Stunt Show 1, 2, Sl, 43 I4t'lIt'l'llliII1 Il: Ort-llvstrai Zi. "I'll never work too long or hard." JIM MORRISON t':iliforni:1 l: Floss Tournzmwnts 22, 55, 43 Trac Lettm-rmun 4: Pep Club, Ill't'Nl4It'lli Il. W xg duction Maiinigvrz Stunt Show I: Libraxrinn 2, 4. Q I f "With pride I've lived my humble life." RICHARD REMMERT Uluss 'I'u1lrnnlnu-nts 1, 2, SI, -Ig Yu-:wlmuli Stull' 'Ig Ne-wspaips-r Stnlt' 2, It, -I, 'l'rn-zisurt-r -I3 Studi-nt t':m1iviI 2, CI: l",l".A. I, 2, II, Su-ntinvl 2, 'l'l'a-:isllrn-r 273 t'l:uss Ollirvr, l'rn-sillvnt I 5 linskn-llnlll I 1 lfnutlnill 2, fi, 41 'l'r:u-lc I, IJ, 25, tl: Stunt Show I: In-tt:-rinaun SI, 41 Honor Hot-in-ty 253 Ilonn-4-outing King: II, "May I walk my ways clear-eyed and free." CA ROL RIl'l'EL Pinus 'I'nul'li:nnv-nts 2: ltnnml I. 2, il. 4: l".Il.A, l. 1 27, I, Vim- l'i'i-slalt-nt -11 ti..X..X. 21 Stunt Shun' II. "I'm weary of serious, sensible souls: be jolly and silly. say I." DOLORES ROK EY - Vlmrns I, LZ, II, Ig f'Iim'us l'Insn-nihlv 2, Sl, ,tg .X Pup pvllai 2, St, .Ig Up.-ru-Itu 22, -I: Vlnss 'l'4vnrn:inn-nts I, 2, II, Y1-:xrlumk Stull' ,Ig lluntl I, 2, II, -I2 linnxl l'in- su-mhlv II, ft: Studvnt t'unnril 22, -I: l".lI..I. I: tI.A.A. I, 2, Il, 4, 'l'l's-:xsurn-1' 2, l'r1-sith-nt II: t'I:iss Otliw-r, 'l're-zlsuru-r Ig Stunt Show I, LZ, II, fl. "Virtue is its own reward." WILL ANN SIDES t'l1m'l1s I, 15, II, -I5 .X t':ipin'll:l li. -IZ ilIl4'l'4'llil 'i .Iunior I'l:nyg Stunt Shun' l, 2, 31, 43 I,iIn':u'i:un 35. "My life goes on within my mind." JOYCE PFEFFINGER Yv:ii'lmolc Smit' -I. "The power of words is great." NORMA PORTH Vlziss 'l'oui'n:nnt-nts JI, -I: lI..X,.-I. 2: Junior Play, Pro- I "I do not aim for wealth and fame." DORIS SMALL ti.A..I. I, 2, II: LiIn'ziri:1n 4. "Life cannot hurt the adventurous soul." MARIAN SMITH t'l11n'us I, LI, ZI, 4: Vliorus liiiseiiilmle- I, 2, II: Madrigal 45 A Vzippvllu 2, II, 4, Opvrvtta 2, Zi, 4, Class Tourna- ments l, 2, 24, 4: Your-lmuk Stuff 43 Newspaper Stuff IJ, II, 4, Band I, LZ, SI, -lg Band lflnseniblo 2, II, 4, Orvln-strzi 2, Il: Band Solo II, 43 Student Council 1, 12, II, 4, TI't'llSllI't'l' I, II, S01-rvtnry 4: F.Irl.A. 4: G.A.A. 1. 2, SI, 43 Junior Play: Class Oftiver, Vice President 2, Clic-1-rlt-:itivr I, 2: Stunt Show 1, 2, Ji, 43 Honor Sm-ie-ty CI: Yoive Solo 2, II, "Other people's lives look strange to me." MARY ANN SPAULDING tllmrug 1, 2, 12, 43 t'l1m'us lfusvllxltle 2, 25: M:xflI'i,L::1l 4: A Unppt-Ilan 2, 17, -1: lllPl'I'l'lliI 2, 25, -1: Ulausx 'I':u11'n:1- Illvllls I, 12, Il, 4: Nt-wspztpvr Stull' 2: llaxml 1, 12, 25, 4: Studs-nt t'oul14'il 21 li..X,.X. 1, 2: Stunt Slum' l, 2, il. 4. "Alone I want to go my waysf' GLEN STAHL Flaw Tournxnm-nts I, 23 .lunior Plny. "I'm glad I have to work to live." PA UL WATKINS Chorus l, 2, 14, 4: Chorus Itlnst-mble Zi, 4: A t':x1rpella 3, 4: Mudrigul 4: Yuivc- Solo 4: Opt-rt-tm 4: Class Totlrllzllnents l, 12, JS, 4: Nm lwspupvr Stuff 2, lt, 42 Student Count-il IE, -1: l".l".A. 1, 21, Zi: Junior Play: Baseball 1, 12, IF. 4: Football 1. 2, 15, 4: 'I'r:u-lc 1, 2, -1: Letterman 2, Zi, 4. "I ought BOB WILDER Class Tournnmt-nts 1, 2: Baseball 1, 2, 2, Si, 4: Letterman to trace my motives." 1, ZZ, 3, 4: Junior Play: Basketball Ji, 4: Football 1, 2, Ii, 4: Track 1, 1, 2, Si, 4: Hmnevoming Attendant. "I'm stern and high principled to a degree." JOE STROMBERGER Class 'FOIITIIEIDIPYIIS 1, 2, IR, 4: .Iuninr Play: Football 1, 2, Il, 4, Captain 4: 'I'rzu'k 1, 2, 11, 4: Lettermaxl 2, :z, 4. "Look on life with friendly eyes." PHYLLIS TANNER Floss TtlllTlIilIl1l'IlfS 1, 2, Ii, 4: 4,LA,A. 1, 2, 3. "First I'm bad and then I'm good." CAROL ULRICH Chorus I, 2, Zi, 4: Clmrus linwnxlrln- 2, Ii: Maulrigul 4: A t'zlppolla 54, 4: IIIIPTPIIZI 2, 4: Class Tlllll'1lIlUlt'lltS 1, 2, 55, 41 Newspaper Stuff ZZ, IS, 4: Band 1. 12, ll, 4: lizxml Ensemble 2, 3, 4: Orchvstrzx l, 53: Student t'ounril 1, 4: tl.A.A. l, 2, 4: Stunt Show l, 21, JS, 4: Honor Society 3. "I'm nearly always calm and mild." DONNA ULRICH Vhorus 1, 2, fi, 4: Chorus l'Inst-mblv 1, Ii: Class Tournzlmvnts l, 12, ti, 4: Newspaper Stuff 2, ll, 4: Band l, 11. Ii, 4: Band lflnsemhlv IS, 4: Orvlwstrn Il, 4: G.A.A, l, 2. Zig Che-t-rle-zlclei' 253 Stunt Show 11, Ii, I' LEANOR ZIMMERMAN lliirus I, 2, 55, -I3 I'linrus l'Insn-inlilv I, il: Xladrigal lg A Uippi-lla 2, 14, 43 Ilpvrs-Ita I, 15, JZ, -13 Class l!'llIlllll'IIls I, 3, 25, 43 Ya-arlyook SIaIT 43 Student Innncil I, ij, ll, 4, Sn-vra-I:u'y 32: Yin- l'ra-sinh-nl 4. 1 LA. I, -, U, l'rv-sid:-nt 263 Junior l'lay3 Stunt Shun I 13, JI3 llornn-woining .Ulu-nilant. "My youthful views are free and wild." JERRY WILSON Vlass 'l'onrnanwnts I, 2, il, 43 Junior Play: Basketball I 153 Hass-ball I, 13, 4: Stunt Shun' 2, -L "I try to he friends with the whole human race." NANCY WILSON pi-lla Zi, 43 Upvri-lla Sl, -43 Class Tournaments 1, II, -I3 Nm-wspapvi' Stall' 2, Ji, -1: Student Council dent I: Stunt Slum' I, 2, I1, 4: l.ilirarian I. "It's nice the human race can laugh." "Life can't scare me any more: out of woe is courage horn." W A Y N E ZOBRIST l'lnn'ns I, 2, IS, -I3 Chorus l'InsvinlrIq- 43 .I Cappella 4: Vlass Tunrnanu-nts I, 2, II, 4: Newspaper Staff 21 Stud:-nt l'1runl'il 12, Il: l".l".,X. l, 2, fi, -1, lh'p0l'I1'r 2, l'r4-sidq-nt 223 .Inninr Play: liaske-llnall 15, Il, 4: Trac-k 11, 31, -I: Stun! Show 12, 713 l.e-Its-rnizln 2, -I. Senior Class History In September of 1952, a group of excited freshmen entered Eureka High and were im- mediately lost in the halls. After several days, however, they were initiated by the Seniors, and soon they really felt like high school students. After they had become better acquainted, they elected Richard Remmert as their class president. They had a party for themselves and also were invited to a party given by the Seniors after initiation. Their sophomore year, they elected Leroy Clark as their class president. That year, they held an all-school party, which they paid for with class dues. Junior year turned out to be a very busy one. Alyce Curtis was the new class presi- dent. Money-making projects, including selling of Christmas cards, concessions at all home games, sponsoring a car wash, picking up corn, and presenting the play "Star Light, Star Bright", were started immediately. These projects raised money for the Junior-Senior Prom, which carried out the theme "Carolina Moon", and an all-school party. Mr. Wallick and Miss Douglas were the class advisors. After the annual three-month vacation, the class returned for the final year. How different they were from the group that entered in 1952. They were seniors now and knew a lot more in many ways than they did in the pa it years. They elected Joann Goetzinger for class president in their last year. As seniors, the class was busy on the yearbook. They sold ads, sub- scriptions, laid out the book, and presented the Senior Play. When the class of '56 graduated in May, they departed to go many separate ways, but the happy days at Eureka High School lived on in their memories wherever their paths led them. J. t'ilIlI'llh I, LZ, CI, -I: Uliorns lfllse-inble 2, Il, 42 A Cap U..t..t. I, 11, 25: Junior l'lay: Class Officer, Vice Pres: JMxwgmmqwlmwmhln-ENR,NA! -1 'W-W W UW-5 Y W1 WXNN lrgvn'u::y:N,' ' Personality Traits' Succeed r of Speaking I Q Succeed r of Speaking BOYS' CHOICE OF GIRL Alyce Curtis Marjorie Knapp Allene Gooding Alyce Curtis Marjorie Knapp Marjorie Lawrence Marjorie Knapp Marian Smith Mary Ann Spaulding Nancy Miller Nancy Miller Patricia Crump Mary Ann Spaulding Marjorie Martin Marjorie Knapp Alyce Curtis GIRLS' CHOICE OF BOY Richard Remmert Richard Remmert Larry Leiken Larry Leiken Leroy Clark Bill Honeg Leroy Clark Bill Honeg John Leman Wayne Zobrist Bill Hohulin Bill Hohulin Bill Hohulin Kent Knox Richard Remmert Larry Melaik ,Ir ' 'll I'Uil!'.'p,Hl,li,M. ,N My it N l F l lljl l it ull , 1 1 ,1,, 1 ji., l l-ji u l" 1' Will, ' lv lm 'Ulil' ll l ll llllll ' i l l ' f GIRLS' CHOICE OF ' GIRL Allene. Gooding Marjorie Knapp Marian Smith Marjorie Knapp Allene Gooding Marjorie Lawrence Allene Gooding Marian Smith Nancy Miller Nancy Miller Patricia Crump Eleanor Zimmerman Marjorie Martin Alyce Curtis Allene Gooding Marjorie Knapp Alyce Curtis BOYS' CHOICE OF BOY Richard Remmert Kent Knox Richard Remmert Richard Remmert l Barney Argo Larry Leiken Leroy Clark Larry Melaik Kent Knox Bill Hohulin Larry Melaik Wayne Zobrist Bill Hohulin Joe Strornberger Bill Honeg Bill Hohulin Joe Stromberger' f Paul Watkins Richard Remmert Richard Remmert 'lllfl W ,, ' l y jj 1 n 1 wi lv M all X in Class Will We, the graduating class of 1955, being of sound mind and body, do hereby leave, bequeath and assign to the hereafter mentioned, their heirs and assigns forever, the following: Mrs. Leman - One automatic repord card stacker. Mr. Phillips - Another pair of eyes so he can watch all the Ag boys at once. Mr. Hafer - Hard task of replacing his live All-American UD basketball stars. Mr. Hasenyager - 250 sport-minded students to make Henry Hornet "Buzzy". Mr. Reesman - More jellied frogs for his Biology Class. Miss Jenkins - A new album of bounce records. Mrs. McCutcheon - One bucket of "Fishees". Miss Helgen - A maid to clean the Home Ec. room after school. George - A new furnace to replace the new one we just got. Paul - One supercharged bus to get the boys home in time for their dates. Mr. Emory - One sack of chicken feed to feed the chickens we left him at the prom. Miss Douglas - One blank marriage license - Hll it out at leisure. Mr. Major - One parachute - in case he falls off the bookcase. Says Mr. Major, "Don't give upg I might some day." Miss Clark - A new vase and a new frame for the choir members' creed. Mr. Cable - A faculty that agrees on everything. Mr. Saxton - Ten more years at Eureka High School. Mr. Hammond - Two hand warmers. Mr. Herridge - One P. A. system for eighth hour study hall. Carol Rippel leaves her ability to sew to Virgil Froman. Carol says "Watch it, Virgg those electrics are tricky." Norma Porth wills her speedy speaking ability to Wayne Wettstein. John Leman leaves his electric razor to Harold Cordes. Dolores Rokey leaves her ability to get along with people to Carol Noland. Joe Stromberger wills a new set of bar bells to the school. Says Joe, "I just wore the old ones out." Carol Ulrich leaves her driving ability to Lee Karl. Wayne Griffin leaves his ability to get to school on time to John Smith. Jerry Wilson leaves his playmates to Larry Eades. Doris Small leaves her knack of keeping her library books hidden to Aron Martin. Larry Melaik leaves his subtle sense of humor to Judy Bradle. Marge Lawrence leaves her IQ to David Thompson. Marge Knapp leaves her place in all-boy Physics Class to Doris Knapp - keep them in the family. Jack Keller leaves his initiative to C. R. McDonald. Vyra Kauffman leaves her ability to catch cold to Merna Grusy. Gene Gibson leaves his ability to "get hooked" to Valerie Curtis. Mary Hohulin leaves her ability to blush to Bev Hohulin. Bill Honeg, Kent Knox, and Wayne Zobrist leave Nancy, Marge, and Eleanor to Bob Herschel. The boys' advice to Bob is, "Plug your ears, they yell real loud!" Class Will lcontl Marlene Meier leaves her 4-H medals and a wheelbarrow to carry them in to Susie Potts, Janice Bilbrey, Rita Siebenthal, and Donna Schroeder. Nancy Miller leaves her golfing ability to Doris Heiken and Sally Roehm. Paul Watkins leaves his car to his brother. "Don't fight for the wheel." Charlene Hohulin runs Charlene's Crazy Crumpet Castle. It's free if you can walk away. Alyce Curtis leaves her be-bopping talents to Fred Miller. Allene Gooding leaves her talents to go to Girls' State to Mike Roseman. Joann Goetzinger leaves her public meeting house to all the Juniors. Bill Hohulin leaves his Toni kit to Ben Bowald. "Which one has the Toni?" Juanita Amerman leaves one record of "Ragmop" to Richard Knecht. Barney Argo leaves his calm, cool, and collected manner to Phoebe Woerner. Vera Blumenshine leaves her ability to boil water without burning it to Saundra Honeg. Stanley Bradle leaves his wrestling ability to Betty Brubaker. Jerry Brubaker leaves his sleeping pills to Jim Hohulin. Kittie Brubaker leaves her happy outlook to Mary Alice Lott. ' Patty Crump leaves her "0 inch Waist" to Henry Watkins. Lydia Dietrich leaves one copy of "The Night the Ghost Got In" to David Householter. Dick Engel leaves his subscription to "Hot-Rod" magazine to Ed Watkins. Dick warns, "Don't read 'em in history class." Richard Frank leaves his "hot car" to Linda Frank. Glen Stahl leaves his mechanical mind to David Miller. Donald Horn leaves his level head to Jack Carr. Maynard Myers leaves his record of "Daddy-O" to Leroy Dirden. Linda Otten leaves her favorite booth at "Don's" to Carolyn German. Mary Ann Spaulding leaves her bluntness to Pat Zehr. Lester Riddle leaves his ability to teach Physics class to Mr. Cable. Lester leaves with this word of advice, "Uh, you see it's this-a-way." Jim Morrison leaves - he hopes. Joyce Pfefiinger leaves six minutes of golden silence to be divided equally among Barbara Wasson, Lynda Dosher, and Rachel Yoder. Richard Remmert - He leaves his well grammar to Susie Crawford. Ain't that good! Will Ann Sides leaves her unsold Hornet ads to Sherlane Winn, Shirley Roben- stein, Loraine Martinez, and Arlynn McGinnis. Marian Smith leaves her ability to be confusing to Liz Hancock. Phyllis Tanner leaves her place in G. A. A. to John Kenagy. Phyllis' advice is "Bring that gym suit." Donna Ulrich leaves her pretty plaid sox to Raymond Zimmerman and Tom Lightfoot - " 'Doug' those crazy sox!" i Bob Wilder leaves his car to Gerry Curfman so she Won't have to walk to school. . Leroy Clark and Larry Leiken leave their ability to be self-confident without feeling a bit bad about it to anyone who needs the help. Prophecy The class of 1956 has now gathered in the skyline restaurant of the new Eureka School to recall to their minds memories of their carefree childhood days. Many and varied are the prominent positions of the talented members of the class. Let us stroll around a bit and talk to a few of the celebrities. Carol Ulrich runs a national motel association. Her motto is "Slumber sweetly in Carol's cozy cubicles." Donna Ulrich is using her bookkeeping talents by keeping track of the little Neaveills. Bob Wilder is now advertising arch supports before and after-Bob is the before. Gerald Wilson is now assistant to Hopalong Cassidy on T. V. Nancy Wilson and Wayne Zobrist are on T. V. in their "Wancy's Wacky Twicks" program. Save those box tops. Eleanor Zimmerman is now selling "No-Knox" Gas. Linda Otten is secretary to John Otten, head of all the state contractors. Joann Goetzinger has made history by becoming the first lady president. Bill Hohulin is now engineering a project to straighten the leaning tower of Pisa. Kitty Brubaker and Dolores Rokey are now running the "Eureka Lonely Hearts Bachelors' Home." "Ah, Men?" Patty Crump and Will Ann Sides are the world's fastest typists. Richard Frank is the first man to land on the moon. "Those Dodgers really have it." Glen Stahl is head chef at Stahl's Burger Bin. Shux Myers is head waiter at Marg and Shux's Drive In. Mary Ann Spaulding is now starring in "The Big Breeze." She plays the part of the wind. Paul Watkins is now teaching math to kindergarten students. Carol Rippel is sewing her own fashion creations. Oh, what a nice girl. Norma Porth is still taking care of kids - preferably over 20. John Leman holds a controlling interest in the city of Eureka. Joe Stromberger is now playing pro football for the Cruger Comets. 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'56 CITIZENSHII7 '56 F. F. A. '55 Allene Gooding '56 Richard Remmert '56 Wayne Zobrist '56 KNUDSEN '55 KNUDSEN '55 F. F. A. '55 fs lfi Doris Knapp '57 Larry Eades '57 Jerry wood ,57 AMERICAN LEGION AMERICAN LEGIONQ '55 WHITMAN '55 Judy Geiger '55 Y' Bill Traver '55 A Bo by Pictures 1. Barney Argo. 2. Richard Remmert. 3. Eleanor Zimmerman. 4. Kent Knox. 5. Larry Melaik. 6. Nancy Miller. 7. Alyce Curtis. 8. Bill Honeg. 9. Paul Watkins. 10. Vyra Deene Kauffman. 11. Marjorie Lawrence. 12. Mary Hohulin. 13. Nancy Wilson. 14. Richard Frank. 15. Marian Smith. 16. Charlene Hohulin. 17. Mar- lene Meier. 18. Patricia Crump. 19. Dolores Rokey. 20. Allene Gooding. 21. Phyllis Tanner. 22. Mary Ann Spaulding and Carol Ulrich. 23. Joann Goetzinger. 24. Kittie Brubaker. 25. Vera Blumenshine. Activities Hornet Staff BOTTOM ROW: Marian Smith, Bill Hohulin, Larry Leiken, Richard Remmert, Marjorie Lawrence. SECOND ROW: Marjorie Knapp, Eleanor Zimmerman, Paul Watkins, Barney Argo, Lester Riddle, Alyce Curtis, Leroy Clark, Larry Melaik, Vyra Degne Kauffman, Nancy Miller, Kittie Brubaker, Mr. Major. Student Council BOTTOM ROVV: Joy Myers, Alyce Curtis, Paul Watkins, Bill Hohulin, Eleanor Zimmerman, Allene Gooding, Susie Myers. SECOND ROW: Jim Hohulin, Lydia Leman, Larry Melaik, Marian Smith, Merna Grusy, Marilyn Zimmerman, Rachel Yoder, Naomi Bowald, Kittie Brubaker. THIRD ROW: Dick Honeg, Wayne Wettstein, Jerry Wood, Roger Fisher, Larry Miller, Ben Bowald, Leroy Clark. Nautilus l i bl IiO'l"l'OM ROW: Gary Lightfoot, Holm Hohulin, .lim Riddle, Larry Melaik, Sam Anliker, Pat Riley, Terry Klaus, Larry Zimmerman, Keith Cable, Sam llarrod, Milton Watkins. SECOND ROW: Mike Roseman, Bob Herschel, Larry l.eikLn, Paul Watkins, Bill Honegg, Alyee Curtis, Marjorie Lawrence, Rachel Yoder, Vyra Deene Kauff- man, Patty Crump, Carol Ulrich, Allene Gooding, Joann Goetzinger. THIRD ROW: Lester Riddle, Richard Relnmert. DeAnne Major, Lucy llines, Mary Ann Troyer, Susie Crawford, Elizabeth Hancock, Susan Nickel, Phoebe Woerner, Janice llartzler, Marian Smith, Betty Brubaker. FOURTH ROW: Nancy Miller, Donna Ulrich, Nancy Wilson, Merna Grusy, Marilyn Zimmerman, Lydia Leman, Gerry Curfman, Carol Wettstein, Alive Sanrlstrom, Mrs. Mcfluteheon. Librarians fsml. Q ' V 4 " ---1 BOTTOM ROW: Phoebe Woerner, Gerry Curfnian, Carol Humes, Alice Sandstrom, Carolyn German. SECOND ROW: Norma Porth, Sherlane Winn, Marlene Meier, Marjorie Lawrence, Sherris Teel, Pat Riley, William Sansom, Doris Small, Miss Douglas. F. F. A. F. F. A. - BOTTOM ROW: Richard Knecht, Fred Mille1', Ray Zimmerman, Keith Wood, Larry Kuntz, Russell Miller, Virgil Froman, Ralph Zobrist, Mr. Phillips. SECOND ROW: Ron Smith, Eric Menssen, Ronald Sauder, Roger Litwiller, Vernon Wettstein, James Rokey, Ronnie Underwood, Walter Knecht, Dickie Hays, Gerald Wood, Jack Carr. THIRD ROW3: David Thompson, Duane Heinold, Milton Watkins, Ray Reeser, Robert Crump, David Miller, Aron Martin, Eugene Gibson, Gerald Rocke, Allan Getz, Harold Knapp. FOURTH ROW: Everett Kettwich, David Householter, James Dildine, Garland Bachman, Henry Watkins, Wayne Wettstein, Bill Krumholz, Richard Eastman, Ernest Stahl, Lee Rediger, Wayne Zobrist, Jerry Getz, Larry Bauman. G. A. A. JUNIOR-SENIOR G. A. A. - BOTTOM ROW: Alyce Curtis, Juanita Amerman, Mary Hohulin, Dolores Rokey, Susie Potts, Janice Bilbrey, Saundra Honeg, Allene Gooding, Marian Smith, Carolyn German. SEC- OND ROW: Miss Jenkins, Patty Crump, Sally Roehm, Beverly Hohulin, Merna Grusy, Judy Myers, Eliza- beth Hancock, Susie Crawford, Marjorie Lawrence, Doris Heiken, Valerie Curtis, Carol Ulrich, Marjorie Knapp. THIRD ROW: Charlene Hohulin, Kitty Brubaker, Doris Knapp, Phyllis Peterson, Carol Noland, Ifierlg Curfman, Judy Bradle, Barbara Wasson, Twyla Bauman, Elsie Ott, Rita Siebenthal, Vyra Deene au man. G. A. A. l SOPHOMORE G. A. A. - BOTTOM ROW: Janice Hartzler, Margaret Scheid, Joy Myers, Lydia Leman, Marilyn Zimmerman, Carol Wettstein, Naomi Bowald, Carol Humes. SECOND ROW: Della Sides, Carolyn Zobrist, Mary Ann Troyer, Susan Nickel, Lucy Hines, D01'iS Noland, Mary Dietrich, Miss Jenkins. THIRD ROW: Janice Blumenshine, Judy Aeschleman, Bonnie Nelson, Joyce Blunier, Linda Cook, Alice Sandstrom, Elaine Bartlow. G. A. A. FRESHMAN G. A. A. - BOTTOM ROW: Donna Whittington, Kathleen Humes, Linda Kay Spangler, Claire Ann Kauffman, Elnor Pease, Beth Riddle, Ruth Cable, Kay Finley, Rose Schroeder. SECOND ROW: Lynn Colburn, Judith Smith, Virginia Johnson, Sharon Winkler, Gail Goetzinger, Mary Noland, Linda Miller, Janice Rocke, Patty Burrell, Judith Turner, Miss Jenkins. THIRD ROW: Susie Myers, Marleah Guengerich, Nancy Winn, Wanda Sides, Mary McDonald, Kitty Stromberger, Jacqueline Weaver, Bonnie Shoup, Sharon Myers, Jennita Detweiler. F. H. A. BOTTOM ROVV: Carolyn Zobrist, Janice Hartzler. Mary Ann Troyer, Ellen Barrett, Bonnie Nelson, Kath- leen Winkler, Nancy Sehroclc, Linda Miller, Helen MeClanahan, Phyllis Schierer. SECOND ROW: Nancy Winn, Bonnie Shoup, Janice Blunienshine, Gail Goetcinger, Judy Smith, Kay Finley, Patty Burrell, Joyce Blunier, Donna Shoup, Betty Robenstein. THIRD ROW: Della Sides, Joy Myers Malilyn Zimmerman , . Margaret Scheid. Lydia Leman, Janice Meyer, Rose Schroeder, Susie Myers, Jacqueline Weaver, Patsy Stoller, Miss Helgzen. F. H. A. S, BOTTOM ROW': Mary Alice Lott, Shirley Robenstein, Arlynn McGinnis, Pat Zehr, Dcnna Schroeder, Valerie Curtis, Beverly Hohulin, Judy Myers, Merna Grusy, Judy Bradle. SECOND ROW: Janice Bilbrey, Joann Goetzinger, Marian Smith, Rita Siebenthal, Susie Potts, Susie Crawford, Doris Heiken, Juanita Amerman. THIRD ROW: Charlene Hohulin, Mary Hohulin, Carol Rippel, Carol Wettstein, Elaine Bart- low, Janet Rokey, Barbara Wasson, Twyla Bauman, Doris Noland, Naomi Bowald. 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Xi N X Senior Play H955 Honor Roll SECOND HONOR ROLL - THREE A's, ONE B-BOTTOM ROW: Mar- jorie Lawrence, Marian Smith, Phoebe Woerner, Margaret Seheid, Gail Goet- zinger. SECOND ROW: Carol Brown, Sally Roehm, Marjorie Martin, Judy Bradle, Jim Hohulin. THIRD ROW: Roger Fisher, Roger Litwiller, Larry Miller, David Miller. 2 FIRST HONOR ROLL - ALL A'S- BOTTOM ROW: Janice Hartzler, Lynda Dosher, Marilyn Zimmerman, Joy Myers, Lydia Leman. SECOND ROW: Jon David Hartzler, Lucy Hines, Linda Frank, Judy Myers, Merna Grusy, Ruth Ann Cable, Larry Leiken, Larry Zimmerman. THIRD ROW: Richard Remmert, Lester Rid- dle, David Traver, Stephen Colburn, Keith Cable. HONORABLE MENTION - TWO A's, TWO B's - BOTTOM ROW: Susie Myers, Phyllis Peterson, Carol Noland, Shirley Robenstein, Carolyn Zobrist, Twyla Bauman, Barbara Was- son. SECOND ROW: Betty Bru- baker, Mary Ann Spaulding, Alyee Curtis, Janice Bilbrey, Vera Blumen- shine, Phyllis Schierer, Naomi Bowald, Vyra Kauffman. THIRD ROW: Helen McClanahan, Fred Miller, Kenneth Cordes, Larry Eades, Lonnie Emerson, Norma Porth. Sports Cheerleaders Varsity---Judy Bradle, Saundra Honeg, Susie Crawford, Judy Myers J. V.---Susie Myers, Doris Noland, Joy Myers, Ginny Johnson. Football l .Ire Stromherger Richard Remmert Maynard Myers Virgil Froman Ray Zimmerman Captain '55-'56 Most Improved Most Valuable Captain '57 Captain 57 Player Player BOTTOM ROW: Phil Brubaker, Keith Wood, John Potts, Donald Miller, Jimmy Dubree Jack Gerber, Dick Leikcn, Dean Eyman, Dick Honeg. SECOND ROW: Richard Remmert Virgil Fro man, Shux Myers, Jack Carr, Jerry Brubaker, Joe Strombergcr, Gerald Wood, Paul Watkins Bob Wilder, Kent Knox. THIRD ROW: Mr. Hafcr, Raymond Zimmerman, Ralph Garber, Ray Reeser, John Kinder, Dwayne Cawley, Fred Miller, Wayne Wettstein, Dave Ginzel, Larry Millel Bob Herschel, Mr. Hasenyager. FOURTH ROW: Pat Riley, Mike Flanagan, Jim Maloney Henry Watkins, Mike Brown, Gerry Zimmerman, David Traver, Milton Watkins, Sam Harrod Dick East man, Keith Cable, Dean German, Jim Riddle. Morton Chillicothe Tremont Farmington Dunlap Metamora Washington SCHEDULE We They 13 26 0 27 26 6 14 20 7 6 7 7 7 12 Basketball VARSITY, White: J. V., Dark. BOTTOM ROW: Phillip Brubaker, Dick Honeg, Ronnie Sauder, Marvin Blunier, Jon David Hartzler, Walter Knecht, Jim Maloney, John Potts. SECOND ROW: Bill Sansom, C. R. McDonald, Kent Knox, Dick Engel, Virgil Froman, Bob Herschel, Bill Gary Lightfoot. THIRD ROW: Mr. Hasenyager, Jim I-Iohulin, Richard Knecht, Ronnie Wayne Zobrist, Larry Eades, John Leman, Mr. Hafer, FOURTH ROW: Dick Leiken, Garber, Roger Fisher, Dave Traver, Jerry Zimmerman, Larry Miller, Sam Harrod, Mike Eureka Eureka Eureka Eureka ,,,,,,,,,,,,,.,, Eureka ...,,...,, ..,,,. Eureka ....,r,,.. ,,,., , Eureka Eureka :,,............. Eureka :,,.:,::...:::., Eureka Eureka ,.,,.,,,,,,.,,,, Eureka :,,.,,,, Eureka .........,,..... Eureka :,,,,,::....,,,: Eureka ,,,...,.,,,,,.,, Eureka ...,....,,:.::,. Eureka Eureka Eureka Eureka ,,:,....,,:,,,,. 72 64 Eureka Eureka Eureka SENIOR VARSITY SCHEDULE 44 Eureka ,.,,,,,,.. .. Normal Tournament 49 County Tournament 55 Honeg, Smith, Ralph Brown. Eureka .. .. .... . 89 Dunlap ..,.... ,, . , . M80 Washington ...:............ 94 Eureka ,............. 84 Farmington ..,i 86 Morton .,.....,.. ,... ..... . . ,77 Regional Tournament Roanoke ,, ..., .68 Eureka ,,,.. 54 Washington , , ,, . 94 T1'em0f1t eeeee- 75 Won 10 - Lost 17 Metamora ...71 Benson ,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,, 7 8 JUNIOR VARSITY SCHEDULE Eureka .......... .. 49 Washington , ,... , , 54 Delavan 'v-- --'57 Eureka ....,.......... 43 Morton ...,. , , .49 Tfffmont A '--'-" 69 Eureka ................ 38 Roanoke , U53 F311'bU1'Y H ------f 62 Eureka ..,.., .. ,... .33 Tremont ,,,,. . , 31 , . Eureka.. . ,,........ 55 Metamora ,,,, . ..., 34 EjQ5Tgngt0'l " """' Eureka ,.... ...... . . 45 Benson ,,,,.. Wa hbilrn' 'A "" """' 6 5 Eureka ....,.....,.,... 53 Farmington , ., I ,W42 Chiflicoth ' """' 78 Eureka.. ,... .... . ...,, 6 6 Gridley ,,,,, ,,,,..,,,, , ., 53 6 """' """' E ureka ,.,......,..,., 50 Lowpoint-Washburn .35 , Eureka ...... ...,..... 5 3 Chillicothe ,... 38 Egilgsluln ' ' """' Eureka, .,,..,,.,..,, E70 Metamora ,,,, ,W50 E1 P S """' ""' 6 1 Eureka .......... . .42 El Paso ,,...,47 9' 0 " """ Eureka ........ ..,...., 6 6 Morton ,,,,, ,, ,....64 Motanlora V to ,,.,,7V 75 Eureka ...,......... . 42 Chillicothe ,,,.. H40 El Paso or I Amhxry 73 Eureka.. .....,.... ...49 Dunlap .......... ..,,,,36 Morton U ,oooooo 79 Eureka ................ 55 Roanoke .,,, ,, 51 Chillicothe YYYVYV 55 Eureka .....,.,..,...., 33 Tremont ,,,,..,, ,,,v,., 2 9 Dunlap ooooooor oooooor 3 3 Eureka ...... ......... , 49 Washington ,..,.,, 63 Roanoke voooo ,---no, 5 9 Eureka .,.. ........... 6 5 Dunlap ,,,r,,....,,,,,, . ,,,,, 53 Tremont tttowovoo ,--t--- 6 5 Eureka ..........,..., 40 Farmington ,,,,.,, 55 Washington ,...... 77 Won 14 - Lost 6 Baseball 11955 Season BOTTOM ROW: Bob Herschel. Bob Wilder, Bill Hohulin, Gerald Zimmerman, James Hohulin, Larry Eades, Paul Watkins, Wayne Wettstein BACK ROWE Mr. Thommen, Frank Woertz, Bill Honeg, Gerald Wood, Milton Watkins, John Kinder, Bill Hamilton, Virgil Froman, Robert Brubaker, Tom Lightfoot. Track 41955 Season BO'l"l'OM ROW: Robert Crump, Wayne Wettstein, Bob Herschel, Michael Brown, Larry Miller, Kent Knox, Bob Wilder, Bill Honeg, Lester Riddle, Tom Engel, Jack Carr, Richard Remmert. BACK ROW: Mr. Walliek, Keith Wood, Ralph Garber, Richard Knecht, Raymond Wettstein, Roger Fisher, Allan Getz, Raymond Zimmerman, Franklin Gerber, Gerald Brubaker, Robert Hohulin, Gerald Zimmerman, Jim Riddle, Eugene Gibson, Virgil Froman, Ben Bowald, Tom Lightfoot. A , LeHermen's Club BOTTOM ROW: Bill Honeg, Kent Knox, Joe Stromberger, Paul Watkins, Robert Wilder, Gene Gibson Richard Remmert, Wayne Zobrist. SECOND ROW: Mr. Hafer, Bob Herschel, Jack Carr, Fred Miller, Roger Fisher, Milton Watkins Gerald Zimmerman, Gerald Wood, Mr. Hasenyager. THIRD ROW: Virgil Froman, John Leman, Ralph Garber, Jim Hohulin, Bill Hohulin, Wayne Wett- stein, Maynard Myers, Gerald Brubaker, Henry Watkins. Sports Snaps History Proiecfs "L naps M La My X Xgisx 231 iss' i ! v 5 ai in si'- 4, ,S A-nv 'Sify 4' 2 5 '1?lfi"3'3?'Lv . , ,vg?Q19 "'1i'2' ,msqtw-w k A Q it Sk 355,144 wi '53 .rf 3 s 3' SN - if ser . : if 1 2 .if ffw K '35 NE? ww' an If Q 1 X ' . I X IX 'X 19, nf SX f1u'fQQm1PHs K Spies of Princeton BUD HILDEBRAND Direct Factory Representative GEORGE SPIES INDUSTRIES, INC. 406 S. Gosse Blvd. Princeton, Ill. "the Best Class Rings made" Peoria Engraving Co. Engravers for the "Hornet HORNET PATRONS Dictaphone Corporation Jordan Office Equipment Eureka Printing 81 Stationery Company Printers of the "Hornet 93 0 Kiflfacfcfing Unviiafiona ana! cqnnounasmsnfi 0 Uypaa of Clommszaiaf glcinfing 0 Safsagooga, Snap-Dui gamma C Established 1914 QFME W86l'C500gi O 93105 Zami Phone 5 it's my turn... NOW i Now, it's my turn to earn my place in our community . . . in our country. Someone before me had his turn . . . someone built the schools I attended . . . someone subscribed to the hospital building fund . . . someone worked on the fund drives for church and charity . . . on Scout committees . . . on the thousand and one civic affairs that weave strength and character into this country of ours. X Someone . . . in fact, many . . . were good citizens before me. Now, it's my turn to take up the responsibilities of citizenship. I know I will be a good citizen only if I make up my mind to be . . . that I will reap the rewards of good citizenship only if I invest in them . . . that I and millions like me will determine the kind of community and country we will live in. Strong communities mean a strong Nation. CATERPILLAR p T R A C T 0 R C 0 . ir I I F P W X 7 IJ y. H F on I UD i 'ffi I is ix XLTIU UUU A NIU U Hg ff A DS... - Q - lr 'K as 1 U'--""l I f pr1! UQ. UM is UU Hi I L - il SCHROCK BROS. CO. 0 iil'TESTPlMlT F000 Schrock Fertilizer Service I MXN A X S Nwwy, C-.1 S Q ' V . N . 2: X x X 'V:lWKw..,,,,,Kx as Q i XX ' Q Q s k ma X xx X X Nw why 1 hx v s mv Schrock Hybrid Corn Co. At Congerville 0 Phone Deer Creek 801, Danvers 333 "A Farm Service Organization" Nauman's Cities Service . 0 Tires 0 Batteries I . 0 Accessories Washing Lubrication We Call For and DeIiver--- Phone 74 Corner Center 8- Meyers Sts. - Eureka, III. Hearty Congratulations to the 1956 Class Harper Kc Sauder Your INTERNATIONAL HARVESTER-HARVESTORE Dealer Eureka, Illinois "Service Is Our Business" Dongs Sweet Shop The Home of Fine Home-Made Candies Tasty Toasted Sandwiches Complete Fountain Service STEAKS CHOPS CHICKEN SI-IRIMP "0nly the Best Is Good Enoughi' Phone So Owned and Operated by Don Emlen Hornet Polrons COMMERCE DEPARTMENT CHORUS CLASS '57 FHA ATHLETIC DEPARTMENT CLASS '58 BAND NAUTILUS STUDENT COUNCIL JAKOB GROCERY Socor, Illinois BEETSCH EN'S G ROCERY HOFFMAN HARDWARE Carlock, Illinois DR. M. I. GLICK CARL JOHANN EUREKA TINNING 8z ROOFING CO FRED HARTTER K N APP'S GROCERY Congerville, Illinois HARVEY SCHIEBER Producers Rural Service, Congerville, Ill. KNAPP'S SERVICE STATION Goodfield, Illinois BURKHOLDER SUPER MARKET Goodfield, Illinois S. D. WISE 8: SON, PLUMBER MERRILL H. GRAHAM .l. R. WOERTZ INSURANCE AGENCY Goodfield, Illinois DR. M. W. PARKER VVOODFORD COUNTY JOURNAL HAROLD IMHOFF FRERICHS SUPERWAY GEORGE HUNT EUREKA GARBAGE SERVICE W. H. FOSTER GOODFIELD AUTOMOTIVE SERVICE ED RILEY KLAUS APPLIANCE C. E. ALBERS. T P 8: W AGENT SPEER'S DAIRY KEN CRAWFORD TOWN Sz COUNTRY ANIMAL HOSPITAL Washington, Illinois WRENN MOTOR SALES, INC. Roanoke, Illinois SCHAFER SHOE STORE Roanoke, Illinois EUREKA RESCUE SQUAD GEORGE TOLER, COUNTY TREASURER A FRIEND Bill 8 Mads Standard Service Tires Batteries Brake Service Motor Tune-up South of the Square Eureka Phone 124 Congratulations, Class of 1956 GSCAR L. STROTHER REAL ESTATE - - - INSURANCE EUREKA, ILLINOIS Phone 45X Compliments vf The Band Mothers Z- THERE EXISTS NO BETTER EX AMPLE OF WHAT CAN BE ACCOM PLISHED UNDER THE AMERICAN SYSTEM OF INDIVIDUAL INITIATIVE THAN THAT WHICH IS CONTAINED IN THE LIFE AND WORK OF THOMAS ALVA EDISON Thomas A. EDISUN 1847-1931 'Central Illinois Light Coxnpany Minneapolis-Moline Kaiser-Willys Machinery Cars GMC Trucks General Repairing, All Kinds Gibson Home Freezers and Refrigerators Home Appliances Problems of Farm and Home Talk It Over With KCEHL Sales and Service Eureka, Illinois Phone 5183 Res. Phone 298W Unit District 140 Builds Your Education Let J. B. Snyder 86 Son Build Your Home Congratulations to the Class of 1956 SIMPSON-POWELSON LUMBER CO. GOODFIELD, ILLINOIS Lumber - Paint KL Accessories - Hardware Tools - Barn Equipment - Wall Board Plywood - Plaster Board - Cabinets Topping: - Glass - Metal Molding, etc. "SERVICE WITH A SMILE" C. V. DICKEY AUTO - LIFE - FIRE State Farm Insurance Companies SECOR ELEVATOR COMPANY GRAIN 81 COAL FEEDS 8: SEEDS FENCING - POSTS SECOR, ILLINOIS Compliments of ROANOKE THEATER P I N E C A F E DINNERS - SHORT ORDERS HOME COOKING Chicken - Steak - Shrimp - Rabbit EAST EDGE OF CONGERVILLE Phone Deer Creek 5810 WALTER H. SMITH AUCTIONEER EUREKA, ILL. PHONE 809J ILLINI MOTOR COURT A.A.A. APPROVED T. V. AIR CONDITIONED U. S. 24, West Edge of Eureka Phone 148W E D P Y L E S LOCAL AND LONG DISTANCE HAULING Fertilizer Spreading - Corn Shelling Dealers for Stock and Grain Beds - Fertilizer Boxes DEER CREEK, ILLINOIS Phone 303 U . UW, lv ,, .,.. UW! ' 7, W I mfr!! W W if fm- M ' f fIf Q I af X Q W! I , new 'Ulf th P4 Z 1 m . ',u ' ,fl f . h , X .sf I I F zyz., ,. Q Ng I I ' 3 L K .. ,vvl-.-.Xi Ice "" , "Q 3,43 6,4 C R E 0,4 4 'gl fy AM 1, ..,'fl,fM .NPI ,fl my ff 41 ' X.Z2gQgff?'Q2f71 'QBVLZQY ll ' ll Head of Their Class, Too TSIY 'IQ ' I-xx! T sxl' 1 4 ' J F , u X Sweet ,n Tender I , ' Sweet 'n Tender , , Packed f , Packed " P' ' :V at -' ffag-1-12 Libby's Plant Libby,s Plant XCQRNQ, In Eureka N ,PERS In Eureka Your "Best Buy" is LIBBY'S Corn and Peas. They are picked at the peak of perfection and fresh-packed at L' ' ' lbby s plant 1n Eureka. LIBBY, McNEILL 8 LIB BY, CHICAGO, ILLINOIS HAROLD C. ZOBRIST GENERAL AUCTIONEERING and REAL ESTATE BROKER Metamora, Ill. Phone 26lR BEST WISHES TO CLASS OF '56 MUSIC EXCHANGE SALES 81 SERVICE BOB ESCH UREKA CAFE West Edge Eureka - Route 24 G 0 O D F O O D CHICKEN - STEAKS - CHOPS S A V E TOP VALUE STAMPS For TOP VALUE GIFTS Shop With the Merchants Who Give T-V Stamps LOREN P. KESLER SALES REPRESENTATIVE NEWT YORK LIFE INSURANCE 108 E. Conover Ave. EUREKA, ILLINOIS Tel. 419 PAINTING Sz DECORATING INTERIOR - EXTERIOR CARL BOWLES Eureka 535X ANCEL LIGHTFOOT WATKINS DEALER Phone 13 Eureka, Illinois PEOPLES STATE BANK OF ROANOKE ROANOKE, ILLINOIS A Sound, Friendly, Progressive Bank s w I Liid-97 Honegger's Feed Tiger Brand Seed GOODFIELD GRAIN 81 FEED CO. GOODFIELD, ILLINOIS PHONE 11303 SOL RASSI BOB RASSI CONGRATULATIONS, CLASS OF '56 HAROLD GOLDEN PAINTING INTERIOR Sz EXTERIOR Eureka, Illinois Phone 373.1 E. U. RIDGE 81 SON H. P. RIDGE, Agent CAR Xz FIRE INSURANCE Phone 280R NICKEL 81 ROTH THE BLUE RIBBON STORE Quality Groceries and Meats BIRDSEYE FROZEN' FOODS EUREKA, ILLINOIS KRAFT 81 SOUTHERLAN MOTOR CO., INC. DODGE - PLYMOUTH SALES 8: SERVICE Phone 30 EUREKA, ILLINOIS C. W. SCHIEBER DANVERS, ILLINOIS Compliments of GILBERT COMPTON, INC. GRADING CONTRACTORS - SEWERS SOIL CONSERVATION WORK 405 S. Darst St. Phone 517 D U N C A N ' S CERTIFIED SUPER MARKET Shop and Save Every Day The Finest in Meats, Groceries and Produce South Edge of Eureka on Route 117 Plenty of Parking Space PHONE 608W g, f,,.f 4,-D ,- -- la" -f- -Qgjgggg . iggg.j - ,,.,,. '- , , , ..,..,, . .4 . Q -- , iff : ' 5' -' .f .. 11-'Z ' if' f-Q X 4 f 15" ' ,. ,. S ' ' .4., " 1 4'-"' V' Q " ' " ""' EUREKA IR G CH MBLISS CONGRATULATIONS cLAss OF 'ss ' DR. H. R. TEEGARDEN CHAPTER VETERINARIAN of EUREKA, ILLINOIS KAPPA EPSILON Compliments OF 'ss of I JIM DURST PRODUCTS SHERIFF ASTRY SHOP ELMER GINZEL ... PASTRY ORDERS GENERAL TRUCKING OF ALL KINDS LIVESTOCK - LIMESTONE -- GRAIN Phone 219R - Eureka P""" G. T. Mecunm COMPLET'E INSURANCE SERVICE STANDARD CHICKS ' 3 . Plume 47 to Live and Lay EUREKA, ILLINOIS I 3. 'W I ..,.,"...s,-fri" I .M I, ,- W Wm W w '1'W3fU3W'3VWIWN1',"mI'q""ff""WCHQIVU"'W"'1" ' vw '- " I- ww' IW w1'w'w 1-, H ww: 1 , '- 1 " " " - -"" 1 "-" ' ' 1' , 1,1 wT'1w1 , W ,Wx www- ' ' "NN :Nw WMI' w w I M. 'F 4 nt T ,, JY-1131 hz H W w 'm,4-1.43115 N MW f I as I I' my ', JVlWMWUqI y w J ,ll ,N I!'d,mg13,!Wv N 1 H m'FMJ ' fJ aanM I I "',913qyLH'W I I I , ,, I ,HIQIX 1 pw M 13 v 1- M. f w Mjyw M ' L I N 3155 Min Y, Wx! I "g:nNnx'MxJN W 51. mmm I W if 1, II I ,Nw " 1'vu3J31L1 W W .,,L'.., and W W I " 'y " IIMJ M . M If , LN: EQ , N 1,111 4 A "' W 1" ":,',3'W'l wr' 'L Q WW' M. ,,., L X , qw W1 W Greetings to Class of 1956 from EUREKA COLLEGE Heyl Motor Company Chevrolet--Oldsmobile---Pontiac , H. frwiff- , f ""'5"0B'lE V 5 nl' w 'rg - iw E , ah t ex in Y -fl. -J K V .nj ,KAL m ix if ' P ' . ' ' ' L 1 -v LW, --we Q43 ,. A: wiimf-i 1 ' YL MOBQ IU ' '- 3 E ' il 1 If ' ,rf f ,ate-4r2:1 . e EW'-' , I iflf lolz ' ra q ., 3 C . ' F :Q-ff,-C.-fl,-so - 4 .zum ni M- s " - ' ' si: ff- Z, Phone 95---Eureka Standard Oil Products Towing Service Congratulations to the Class of 1956 BURCHETT STUDICS, Inc Makers of Fine Portraits 234 South jefferson PECRIA, ILLINOIS V, , . we . f 4 fx Give Your Automobile the BEST IN LUBRICATION at Woodford County's Most Complete and Up-to-Date c Service Station Trade Where the Service Is Snappy And the Boys Are Happy Woodford County Service Company PHONE 40 EUREKA, ILLINOIS HEARTY CONGRATULATIONS to the CLASS OF "56" Eureka Furniture Co. QUALITY MERCHANDISE 1 at .1 LOW PRICES Eureka, Illinois Phone 2 R. G. Herbst J. W. Leman S. E. Leman A, HEARTY CONGRATULATIONS to the CLASS OF "56" Eureka Hardware Co. Your General Electric Appliance Seigler Heater and Dri-Gas Appliance Dealer EUREKA, ILLINOIS Phone 28 S. E. Leman J. W. Leman in f M + HANGARTNER Q BITIVNER IMPLEMENT commujri I , JOHN DEERE SALES Ja SERVICE Westinghouse - Maytag Appliances A Phone Deer Creek 2601 GOODFIELDQ ILLINOIS lu FLOORS sz WALLS, mg. LINOLEUM, CARPETING 6 RUGS DRAPERIES - ASPHALT TILE Call William Klaus - Eureka Phone 503R WASHINGTON, ILLINOIS North Side of Square : Phone 371 ANLIKER H GETZ FORD SALES Sz SERVICE -150,9 U- X, 1 A-1 USED CARS Phone 108 Eureka, Illinois WHIT'I'INGTON SHEET METAL SHOP WARM AIR HEATING and AIR CONDITIONING 112 N. Creamery St. Phone 3493 EUREKA, ILLINOIS Best Wishes---Class of '56 Traver Food Market Red and White Brand Canned Fruits and Vegetables Phone 341 Zimmerman Implement Co Qwner---K. D. Sauder Telephone 237 Eureka, Illinois "The Best Assurance of the Future Is the Performance of the Pastv MERCURY---ALLIS-Cl-IALMERS Service Dealers TREMONT BLACKSMITH SHOP E. R. Schaefer, Proprietor Welding - Blacksmithing - Repairing Goodall Rotary Mowers Roof Weed Cutters Roto-Hoe Tillers Lombard Chain Saws SALES and SERVICE TREMONT, ILL. PHONE 200 THE MIDNITERS "A Dance Band With a Personality" Available for Dances and Private Parties PHONE 103 or 45X BUSY CORNER CAFE F I N E F O O D S Junction U. S. 150 - 117 GOODFIELD, ILLINOIS SCI-IUMACHER 81 GRIMM Cars CHEVROLET Trucks AUTO BODY REPAIRING GOODFIELD, ILLINOIS EUREKA FARMERS CO-OP. ASSN. Dealers in GRAIN, FEEDS, FENCE GRINDING 8: MIXING FEEDS JOE LEMAN, Mgr. Phone 46 WELDING, BLACKSMITHING and GENERAL REPAIRING B . J . F E H R Phone 47 ROANOKE, ILLINOIS Compliments of ILLINOIS BUILDERS MATERIAL COMPANY ROANOKE, ILLINOIS BRUBAKER TRANSFER EUREKA, ILLINOIS MOVING AND GENERAL HAULING Trips Twice Daily To and From Peoria Leave Eureka - 7:00 a. m., 11:00 a. m. Leave Peoria - 1:00 p. m., 5:00 px. m. Eureka Phone - Peoria Phones - 460W 4-2111 4-4903 4-5402 I l Congratulations to Class of 1956 ARTHUR MURRAY 218 Main sr. PEoR1A, 1LL1No1s Phone 4-9183 Compliments of DICKINSON LUMBER CO. "Everything for the Builder" Phone 27 : Eureka, Illinois OLIVER First in Farm Machinery NEW HOLLAND BALERS MISHLER IMPLEMENT CO. Phone 37 : Roanoke, Ill. TECK,S APPLIANCE DAIRY EQUIPMENT STORE COMPLETE SERVICE 202 N. Main St. Phone 12 E U R E K A PRAIRIE DEHYDRATING CO. QUALITY ALFALFA MEAL BEST WISHES TO THE CLASS OF 1956 Roanoke, Ill. Orrick, Mo. W I T T M E R , S Compliments CRUGER FARMERS CO-OP. ASSN of GRAIN - FEED - FENCE - COAL WHITTINGTON ELECTRIC Co. TILE - GAS PHONE 462W Cruger, Ill. - P. O. Eureka, Ill. EUREKA, ILLINOIS Tel. Eureka 801W Phil Kenney, Mgr. WESTERN AUTO ASSOCIATE C0mDlil1l0l1tS STORE of TIRES - BATTERIES - BICYCLES TOYS - SPORTING GOODS APPLIANCES PHONE 550 A. W. CURTIS DAIRY Distributor of ROSZELL'S SEALTEST DAIRY PRODUCTS PHONE 652 Darnell Buick New and Used Cars STANDARD OIL PRODUCTS Phone 135W Eureka Auto Body Eureka, Illinois BODY AND FENDER REPAIRING Complete Paint Job SAFETY GLASS Cut and Installed, Any Make or Model Phone 513 Lester Kenagy COMPLIMENTS OF Wood-Mar Construction Co GENERAL CONTRACTING Phone 250 611 State St. EUREKA, ILLINOIS Meet Your Friends Here Crawlord's Restaurant JOHN -- ANNE Open 7:00 to 11:00 Seven Days a Week Chicken - Steaks Short Orders Roszell's Sealtest Ice Cream Phone 118 - Eureka, Illinois HAECKER'S RESTAURANT "DICK" "GEORGE" "Where Friends Meet and Eat" Homemade Do-Nuts for Parties or Home Use Do-Nut Sundaes - Home Cooking Delicious Coffee PHONE 78 West Side of Square EUREKA CONGRATULATIONS, CLASS OF '56 ROANOKE VETERINARY HOSPITAL SAUDER AT ROANOKE FINE FURNITURE Established in the Confidence of the Community Since 1907 Compliments of ROANOKE VARIETY GIFTS FOR ALL OCCASIONS LAWRENCE H. ROCKE PAINTING 8: DECORATING Phone 51M ROANOKE, ILLINOIS INTERIOR - EXTERIOR Spray Painting - Wall Papering AUGSPURGER'S STORE EVERYTHING TO EAT AND WEAR Phone 73 - Carlock, Ill. EUREKA PHARMACY COMPLETE DRUG SERVICE Your REXALL Store Phone 1 EUREKA, ILLINOIS EUREKA LOCKER SERVICE CAt Your Servicel BUTCHERING -- CURING - PROCESSING fFor Lockers and Home Freezersj Frozen Foods - Fresh Lard - Meats LOCKERS AVAILABLE Owner, George Robenstein Phone 454 COMPLIMENTS OF John Keller 81 Sons READY-MIX CONCRETE SAND AND GRAVEL CONCRETE PRODUCTS Phone 250 Tony's Dealer in Sinclair Products Service MOTOR STEAM CLEANING LUBRICATION BRAKE SERVICE MOTOR TUNING TOWING SERVICE ACCESSORIES Phone 548R Rt. 24 in Eureka, Ill. H. F. Ogan AIR CONDITIONING SHEET METAL CONSTRUCTION Estimates Furnished All Metal Work - Roofing 8m Spouting Colonial Warm Air Furnaces Phone 364 Eureka, Ill. B. H. Schumacher .I E W E Il E R Quality Merchandise Over 35 Years of Service A Safe Place To Buy A Fine Diamond Eureka, Illinois Phone 246 EUREKA FEED 81 SUPPLY DE LAVAL MILKERS PURINA CHOWS - ARCADY FEEDS Kaffa, Hidrolex Milk PHONE 70 GERALD EHLING Compliments of GEORGE RILEY EUREKA, ILLINOIS FLOORS Sz WALLS LINOLEUM-DRAPERIES-WALL PAPER RUGS 8: CARPETING VENETIAN BLINDS - ASPHALT TILE All Work Guaranteed Satisfactory SUNDAY JOURNAL Rural Routes l and 2 Call CARROLL DEVORE' Phone 371 Washington, Ill. 400J 3 Eureka,Il1- R. C. A. RADIOS - TELEVISION Victor - Decca - Capitol - Columbia C0l'IlPlIl'IleI'ltS of EUREKA HOSPITAL ROBINSON'S RADIO LAB. EUREKA, ILLINOIS HERBST HARDWARE FURNITURE 81 APPLIANCES WASHINZGTON, ILLINOIS CONGERVILLE STANDARD SERVICE ROLAND HOFFMAN TIRES - WASHING - TUNE-UP GREASING - BATTERIES Phone Deer Creek 5810 CONGERVILLE, ILLINOIS WANT A TOP POSITION? During the past 12 months Browns received 9.5 employment calls for every girl graduate - 6.8 employment calls for every young man gwaduate. Learn how you can get ahead fast hy taking a specialized course at Browns in downtown PUCIIEI. BROWNS PEORIA SCHOOL OF BUSINESS 240 S. Jefferson Avenue Phone 3-1256 BETTY MULLINS - BOB MULLINS ROBERT E. MULLINS CLASS RINGS - INVITATIONS - CARDS DIPLOMAS A YEARBOOKS CAPS 8z GOWNS Phone I I Hudson, Illinois NICKEL CLINIC DR. C. W. MULLENIX KROGER COMPANY "BUD" CARR Manager SELF-SERVICE FOR YOUR SHOPPING CONVENIENCE BEN FRANKLIN WASHINGTON ILLINOIS F. T. "Schrad" Herbst Compliments of DON B. PIOLETTI COUNTY JUDGE STROMBERGEITS CLOTHING STORE COMPLETE LINE OF HABERDASITERY DRY CLEANING Phone 94 Eureka, Ill. BEST WISHES FROM DALE "DOC" MOORE County Superintendent of Schools COMPLIMENTS OF F. F. A. Stop 'N Shop Fannie May and Katherine Beecher Candies Norcross Cards - Stationery IMPORTS - NOVELTIES - GIFTS M. Smith L. Smith Leeds Dress Shop Correct Styles In . . . DRESSES LINGERIE HOSIERY SLACKS BLOUSES AND ALL LADIES' APPAREL Come On, Hornetsg Let's Go! State Bank of Eureka STRONG FRIENDLY HELPFUL Eureka : : Illinois Compliments of FRANK'S BARBER SHOP FRANK HICKMAN, Proprietol' WILMER DYAR DEPENDABLE INSURANCE Telephone 184 f- 810 South Main EUREKA. ILLINOIS MR. AND MRS. OTTO REMMERT Compliments of THE C. 81 L. SUPERETTE "Clara and Lawrence Zimmerman" DAWSON DRUG STORE PHONE 48 EUREKA, ILLINOIS Compliments of DR. J. W. RILEY DR. L. G. MELAIK DENTIST EUREKA, ILLINOIS CONGERVILLE GRAIN 81 FEED COMPANY Dealers in GROCERIES MEATS GRAIN, FEEDS, SEEDS and FENCE I'h0l19 l95R Z Eureka, Ill. GRINDING and MIXING HOURS -- Week Days, 8:00 a. m. to 9:00 p. m. COB CRUSHING Sundays, 8:00 a. m. to 6:00 p. m. Phones: Deer Creek 202 - Danvers 1710 Duane J. Genre COUNTRY LIFE INSURANCE Start Your Career With Sound Life Insurance Farm Bureau Building Phone 156 Gooclfield State Bank COMMERCIAL BANKING of ALL TYPES Capital 325,000 Surplus 510,000 Member Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation COMPLIMENTS OF Parent-Teacher Ass'n EUREKA, ILLINOIS Theme for 1955-1956: For Better Homes For Better Schools For Better Communities Raeuber's Building Supply Co CUSTOM BUILT CABINETS A SPECIALTY Phone 12301 Deer Creek, Ill. "DICK" KING INSURANCE SERVICE EUREKA, ILLINOIS PIFER HARDWARE EUREKA'S MODERN STORE Best of Merchandise - Reasonable Prices Efficient and Courteous Service 205 MAIN ST. PHONE 140 EUREKA NEWS AGENCY BUS STATION 111 SOUTH MAIN ST. EUREKA, ILLINOIS Phone 44 109 S. Main FOSTER JEWELRY J. E. FOSTER, Prop. Keepsake Diamonds - Watches - Gifts Jewelry - Silverware EUREKA, ILLINOIS A NEW BUILDING REMODELING - ROOFING CONCRETE WORK Excavating' - Ditching - Sewers CLYDE HEFNER PHONE 490R LOUIE MEIER Liquid Fertilizers - Nitrogen EL PASO, ILLINOIS Phone 57 Compliments of BEN C. LEIKEN THE FARMERS STATE BANK FI M 1 ? CARLOCK, ILLINOIS HEARTY CONGRATULATIONS CLASS OF 1956 Willis Wuthricli Petroleum Salesman for WOODFORD COUNTY SERVICE CO Phone Deer Creek 7002 Susie's Restaurant "THE HOME OF GOOD FOOD" "WHERE FRIENDS MEET TO EAT" Fountain Service Phone 396 Eureka, Illinois BEST WISHES to CLASS OF '56 Otto Wagner COMPLIMENTS OF Samuel G. Harrod State's Attorney of WOODFORD COUNTY SINCERE WISHES - CLASS '56 STANDARD OIL PRODUCTS R. E. ROSEMAN Phone 342 EUREKA, ILLINOIS Compliments of WALT'S SHELL SERVICE Phone 86 WA LT M ETTE, Proprietor ARTHUR NOE SHELLING 81 TRUCKING Local and Long Distance Hauling EUREKA - 295W PLANT WINKLER HYBRID SEED CORN FOR PROFIT "The Hybrids With A Fine Record" E. E. WINKLER, Prop South of Metamora, Ill. Com pliments of C. N. BRADLE AND SON GENERAL TRUCKING sl ARCADY FEEDS GOODFIELD, ILLINOIS OTTO-ARGO FUNERAL HOME D. H. ARGO - A. H. OTTO Eureka 79 Danvers 2 HOHULIN BROTHERS CHAIN-LINK FENCE Ornamental Iron Fences and Porch Railings GOODFIELD : : ILLINOIS DELMAR POTTS 8: SON PLU M BING and HEATING APPLIANCES Phone 3401 Deer Creek, Ill. . b AW J im , 'P Look EUR if o Loveliest! sf- T. Your E3 O N vso EKA BEAUTY SHGP GLADYS E. SNOWDEN For Appointment Call 231 SPORT GOODS - IN PEORIA - PORTMAN SPORT GOODS CONGERVILLE HARDWARE CONGERVILLE, ILLINOIS Phone 210 - Deer Creek, Illinois Compliments of DRS. BARKER 81 BARKER Com pliments of MR. AND MRS. FARLEY E. WILSON EUREKA GREENHOUSE and FLOWER SHOP Cut Flowers - Potted Plants Wedding Bouquets - Funeral Designs Mr. and Mrs. Francis Flanagan PHONE 252 EUREKA, ILL. Compliments of PARSONS' SHOE STORE EUREKA, ILLINOIS Shoes With Styles To Fit Every Occasion Also Expert Shoe Repairing and 48-Hour Dry Cleaning E. LARSON Agent RAILWAY EX PRESS AGENCY 10.1. CHAIR RENTAL SERVICE Compliments of EUREKA TELEPHONE CO. BLOOMINGTON PRODUCTION CREDIT ASSOCIATION JAMES B. "SAM" HEATON Field Representative WOODFORD COUNTY 106 S. Main Phone 205 EUREKA, ILLINOIS 'f , :Wal , , A A 14 ,, . k. ,L 435' '45, "'q'!5g A-5 '. ,. f'qgT',E,.,, ' -f "LV iv- ..' fig.:-T-'Zh ' 'E .' , rf' 1" 'jg L gf: - we fi wx: - - -uqm - 'K Eu 9 ,Lqx 5 K: f 'Tx . I If-. 'z , "- 'E Z , , .W M N' ,I..,. JV. .1 w rv. .- ,Y 1 L I 4 1 K2 I E v a N1 fn 4 if fs . ii W 1 , 4 wig , , . ,. . i , . lv 4 J. 1. fl i 2: 1 . J 21 fw P ' 1 3 Q , -1 A, A QQ! , v V FF M I ,V A . f' wg. ,, egg' 'ts 0 L ,. f 1: pt-Wzlp 5 " - + -W,-gif 1' A-an 'ff Q .., ' if 1,11-, 1- N" 'FT 1- 'I Y'-W' :I A .1 L,- ' . 'V - A-'. 'Sisl - 5" :" -5 F aff wk Q-gr Z ff 'V ,' -vf' '1'5e-,l1: ". Lv , 2 ,-f, A 1 X1 1, '. 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