Farmington High School - Voyageur Yearbook (Farmington, IL)
- Class of 1947
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To the Football Team Basmetball Team Co ch d M f
Voyiieug Sggff Of 1947 dedicate this booi q es' an anagerg O 1947' we' two
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Paul Hewitt, and Dan COX' C ' arry eng! On' ry Turl' 111 Tuttle'
The basketball squad at the time of this publication was undefeated ln 25
games It is made up of 7 seniors, 2 juniors, and l sophomore The team Bill
Tuttle, Dick Fr nklin, Roger Hughbanks, larry Bengston, Bill Youngblood, Fred
Balagna, Paul Hewitt, Charles Moore, George Lacey, Jack Shuler, and Jim Morton
The Coaches Mr Walter Grebe, and Nr Don Hartley, soent many long t8d10U8
nours working the te ms into a wlnn ng c
The Managers Fene Stear and Warren Deyoe were the football managers Gary
lurl and Allan McPhearaon were the baaketbsll managers Few people realize the
work that managers have to do These four boys performed their jobs DEIVEC ly,
and always with a smile on their faces We believe that no otner managers in
the history of the scnool have done so well
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The Year l945 is marked as an important year in the lives of the gradu tes of
1947 For that year we entered Farmington Community High School for the first
time Our first class meeting consisted of electing the following class
Dick Franklin Vice President, Roger Hughbanks and Sec
retary Treasurer, Kay
Our most memorable
to this occasion with
In September 1944
the halls of F C H
exoerlence that year was Initiation We looked forward
horror but now as we look back it is one of our fondest
approximately ninety important looking sonhomores entered
S once again Bob Farmer was elected class President
Wally Sutton, Vice President and Gary Turl, Secretary Treasurer at an early
In the early fall our class sponsored a masquerade dance This fir t attempt
at making money socially was a huge success
On August 50, 1945, the class which was now unper classmen met for the first
time For class officers this year we elected President Delmer Rench Vice
President, Dick Negley and Secretary Treasurer, Doris Nagner
This year oroved to be a very busy one for the eighty some juniors Most of
the football and basketball season wa spent selling nop and hot dogs Although
it was hard work, it brought our bank balance uo considerable
Another big undertaking that year was the Homecoming Dance which turned out
During the month of November the jun'ors were as busy as bees etting ready
for the Junior Play On November 15 and 17 'Moonlight For Herbert a howling
comedy, was oresented Although we had worked hard we were rewarded by the many
Then the night came that we had all been working and waiting for the Junior
Senior Prom The gym, decorated with the 'Global Theme was beautiful with the
blue and white creoe oaoer enclosing it The whole atmosphere was delightful
The sophomores, dressed in global costumes did 81 excellent job of serving The
evening oroved to be a very enjoyable one for all
Before we knew it, the year 1946 arrived and we were back in school as sen
iors We had all looked forward to this ye r ttth great anticipation
In our first class meeting to elect officers, Charlotte Scott, Paul Turner
and Jill Holliday were chosen as President Vice President, and Secretary
We had our first chance this year to show our initiative at Hinltiation
The theme was 'A Circus and all that day tne whole school was a circus
Our greatest achievement in the fall of l946 was winning 2cd place on our
float uThe Seventh Cross' in the homecoming parade
The Senior Play this year was, 'The High School Mystery '
As seniors we had the honor of oeing entertained bv both the juniors and the
alumni Both did all they could to leave us with hapoy memories of our
rinally the day we had dreamed of, arrived
aps and gowns we realized that most of our hapoy
years were connected with school and school activities
As we leave we seniors know that 'With the ropes
the bells of the future
we donned our silver
memories of the oast
of the o st we will
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FRANK CERNICH AA, Football Track, Voy
ageur, FFA Judging, Cantata pantomlne
UAN COA--AA Football Track FFA Pres-
Seo, IABEW Monitor
REVA DARE--AA Basketball' J . P ay'
FHA Llorary Cadet IABLN' Cnntata-pan-
AUDREY DOUBET--AA, voyageur: Glee fflubi
Spring Festivalp CHHTIP-URS FHA? IABU7-
FRLD B LACll AA, Football Basketball
Honor Roll Cantata pantomlne, lorltor
LARRY BENGQTON AA Football Basket
ball Track Glee Club, Mixed Chorus
spring Festival, Cantata Soloist FPA
Vice Pres, Band.
MARJORIE BIRD AA, Argus, Fuill and
Scroll, FHA IABFV Cantata pantomime
BOB BITNER AA, FFA IABWV
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HARRIS ELTIS- A A Glee Club Snring
Festival Cantata, FFA-Jucvlng, IABav
JEANNE ENCLIS- AA Glee Cllb Mixed
Cnorus Sorlnv Festival Recital Cantata
soloist FAA Library Cadet IABLW
RUTH ENALT AA Council Bas etoall Har,
Argus Quill add Scrol Voyageur Glee
Club Vixen Cno us Voice Contest Jr
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nonor Roll Snrlng Festival Recital
Cantata boloist Basketball Ensemble
DON DOUBET AA Football, Track, bra
AA Basmetball Base
Glee Club, Mixed Chorus
Cantata S0101 st , FHA
MABEL DOUBET AA Glee Club M1X6d
Chorus, Spring Festival Recital, C9nt8ta
ROGFRS FRANK AA, FFA Cantata pan
RILHARD FRANKLIN rr Vice Pres Foot
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FLORENCE GREEN A A, Glee club Mixed
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HAROLD GRONEWOLD-AA, FFA Sec, IABWW,
Honor Roll, Cantata pantomime
BOB FARMFR Soph Pres , AA, Football
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play 3,L, IABVW Honor roll Spring Fes
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BARBARA JOHNS- AA Argus Glee Club,
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Festival Recital Cantata Soloist
EDWIN KNUSSMAN AA FFA Cantata
SHERRY LANE AA, Basketball Glee Club,
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PHILLIP HAGGERTY4-Canton H. S., AA-coun-
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CAROLINA Hovaunon AA Glee Club Spring
Festival, Cantata, FHA Library Cadet
RO LR HL HB YKS Fr Pres, AA, Football
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Scroll Pres, Voyageur, Glee Club, Mixed
Chorus Spring Festival, Cantata Solo
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JLAN MURPHLY AA Voyageur Glee C1ub
Mixeu Chorus Spring Festival Recital,
Cantata Soloist, FHA Vice Pres, IABEW
THELMA MURPHY AA Basketball Glee
Club Spring Festival, Band Festival
Contest, FHA IABEW
JEZQEB Jane!! -9 Mizz if
DOROTHY MUZZARhLLI AA, Cheerleader
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Spring Festival R8C1t8l, Cantata Solo
GLEN LOCK AA Track Basketball Glee
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Cantata pantomime soloist Monitor
HA wL MFLZ AA Glee C ub :pr1ng
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CHARLLS MOORE AA Basketball Track,
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DELMLR RENCH E Peoria H S Jr pres
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BARBARA ROLANUO A A' FHA B etball
CHARLOTTL SCOTD -Sr. Pres: AA: Basket-
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DOROTHY McALISTER- AA Voyageur, Glee
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DICK NEGLEY Jr-Vice Pres, AA Council,
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DOROTHY PFAHL AA
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GARY TUHL Soohomvre Sec AA Football
Track Basketball Mgr Glee Club Mixed
Chorus Soring Festival, Cantata Jr
Play, IABEW Lat n Club Pres Monitor
PAUL TURNER Senior Vice Pres, AA Pres
Track Voyageur, Jr Play, FFA, IABLH
Honor Roll Cantata pantomime, Latin
JCE TUSEK AA Track, FFA Judging.
KATHLEEN SETTLES--Fr.' ,se'c,g AA, seeker.-
ballg Argus, Quill and Scroll, Voyageurg
Band, Argus play-3,L: FHA, IABEWQ Honor
roll, Spring Festival, Monitor.
GENE STLAR--A Ag Football Mgr, IABEWg
Honor Roll, Cantata.
WALLACL SUTTON- Soph-Vice-Pres AA-V1ce-
Pres, Voyageur, Glee Club Mixed Chorus
Sprlng Festival Recital FFA Vlce Pres
SPl4LxY TILZZI Basketba vgr
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JACK WISE AA, Track, Argus, Quill and
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Festival Sax Quartet, IABEWg Neversweat:
BILL YOUNGBLOOD AA, 1-0o1:ba11, Basket
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BILL TUTTLE AA, Football Basaetball
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HARMY 'LIS Cattaraugus H S A Y AA
Football Track Basketball Lgr, Glee
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In the year of n1neteen hundr d and forty four, seventy new freshmen entered
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Presldent Jack Shuler, Vice Presldent D1Ck Cayman and Sec Treasurer Mary
Seventy five of the original seventy seven freshmen again entered the halls
President Danny Wrankl n Vice Pres1dent nick Gayman, and sec PYSGSUTGT
Under the leadership of PT9S1d8Ht B111 Greenf1eld, Vice President, Malcolm
Green, and Sec Treasurer, Juanlta H rris tie class of '4B' began their busy
year They presented the play, 'The More The Merrier H the next 1 Dortant oc
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On August 28, 1945, 96 freshmen entered the hells of Fermington.Community
High School for tne flrst tlne Their flrst task was to elect thelr class of
ficers On August 29, they neld e class meetlng wrth thelr class ddVlSeTS,
Miss Brooks end Mr Parks, n churge They elected QS Pres1uent, Geno Guldotti
Thelr next task was to survive the inltlation bx the senlors wlich ut flrst
was dreaded but after lt wus over they reported that they led enjoved it
Thelr th1rd t sk of the yeur we fo sponsor the Freshmen Tighth Grade Party
on Aprll 26 l9b6
In the fall of 1966, 85 sophomores returned to tie hells of' F C' Pi
september 6 l9L6 they Ield e class meetlng ln the High nchool gym, to elect
their offl ers They chose Fred MOlCH1H, es Presldent, Bob Bennet, Vlce
Dredldent, end Corda Macklin as Secretary Treasurer
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Kinney, J Huey J, Rolando.
V Manuel, S lauaon, H Doubet, B Knussman, B Murphy, I Huey,
C, Stalter, I Kroepel.
D Hahn, C Stobaugh, B Stear, C Churchill, D Larson, A Mc
Phearson K Crawford, J Bitner, K. Day, D Colvin
Marllyn Holmes, Bonita Learned, Greta Reed, Carolyn Potter, Eliza
beth Stanfel Zelda Burgess, Virginia Hanock, Audrey Rock, Loretta
Zeglin, Joan Galloway
Dean Ricconi, Wilbur Carroll Howard Beard, Paul Hewitt Henry A1
lovlo, Geno Guldottl, Ralph Dlefendorf, Havmond Pfahl, Delbert
Hales, Dick Petrini
Shirley Whlted Iris Threw, Ila Welker, Frances Madjic, Marianne
Brentz, Peggy Chlpman, Evelyn Ridley Mary Doland Joyce Heller ,
Fred Molchln, Leslie larlette, Robert Groth, HOD BPUHett William
Powell Paul Lopeman, Warren Deyoe, Davey Dilts, Richard Wasson,
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During the first six weeks of school they elected their class officers, who
were President, Glenn Duhs Vice-President, Lyle Hayward, and Sec Treas
On October 24 Cinitlatlon dayi the freshmen brought the 'Circus to F C
Performers and animals of every sort were represented Three best
costumes chosen by the judges were Mr Hartley best costume, Jeanette Green
field, best dressed animal, and Mary Lou Deland best dressed nursery rhyme
The high light of their freshmen year was the freshmen eighth grade dance
held on May 2
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Heyv rd J Simpson
Haggerty, D Tiezzi
Seoich, M Morotti,
Lint, D Blackmer
Welker, J Yancick,
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M Crane, M
W Conn, D
M Gleason, B Pezkhurst
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McCullough, G Duhs, E Slggel,
G Ross, R Bai ev
M Doubet, E Vie , N Slmpecn
Gingerich, V Bird
Black J Alma 1, C Bay or,
Houlihan 1 uayman
B Doubet, F Cleybera, D Workman, E Yarnell, J Bennett,
Dunblezler B Hedden A Brunlg I Reed Beles V Sales,
M Launsberry 4 Thurman
A Coon, D Cronewold, B Youngblood, B Muzzarel L Morgan
Barley, W Carroll, R Fngle J Record C Reed, B Brooks
M Strerrel E Lacef, M Reed, M Gut L Farelli J reenfield,
P Cramblet, B Workman D e le , Sheckler A Pfeiffer,
Clayton J Grubb J Dixon Powell, C yler, J Clayton
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Second Row Doubet, B Record, E MoEuen, M Bird J Steck, A McPhearso
Petrini, A Stronp, D Larson, D Slack
Third Row Lint, I Black, P Lopeman, M Doland, P Williamq, M Anderson,
Guldl, J Morton, H Holmes E Slagel P Chipman
plxty one dlgh scnool tudents comprlsc thl year's bend whlch 13 under the
direction of hr Tunes Aelth
The band pldv up town on saturday nlghts EUFOUQI the UHH61 and also plays
for all footedll and basketball bames This Jear the band cane hone from txe
State Fair wlth d lst dlvlslon trophy and medals fO1 dll bl pldvers
The OfflC6PS for Land lre Pre ldent Blanche Record Vlce Dre ldent Jack
Shuler yecretery, Thelma Murpny 11DTdrldH, Toe Bertot
R B M 111 G Clayton M Gleason S Snider, R Bar ,
First ow Barlggiari Crawford, L ,Farellh G ,W-1Z2HY'e13-1' D Colvin' N
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Mungagglasf w Lucas, D Franklin J Clayton, G Hoes. D WHSSOYM
D Schoonover, E Vier, M 36910111 M Cram'
Third Row J Keith lD1rectorD, A Green, J Shuler, S Lane, C Crawford, J
Almasi, J Bertot, R Imler H Allovlo, J Wise, L Coons
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Gary Turl, Dorothy McAl1ater
Audrey Doubet, Bill Tuttle,
Roger Huphbanks, Dick Negley
Jean Hurphcy, B111 Young-
Future Farmers of America is a nation-wide organization for boys enrolled
in Agriculture This organization is under the leadership of Hr Don Parks,
and has the following officers President. Dick Gavman V1
Doubet, Secretary, Ward Bltner, Treasurer, Fred Holchin,
Some act1v1t1es F F A boys were engaged in during the
drive, Father and Son banquet, agriculture and home economics
a d f H A mixer, a basketball tournament and the editing
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Dean Hahn, Jimmie Grubb, Pat Threw, George Crawford, Harold Grone
wald, Cene vrigley, Cordon Hells, Bob Bitner, Cecil Churchill,
Elbert Powell, Ray Engle, John Record, B111 Brooks
Frank Record, Glen Doubet, Jimmie gtcokey, Bill Mccullough, Paul
Hewitt, John Simpson, Raymond Pfahl, Keith Manock, Danny Kepple
Carl Tyler, Charles Parkhurst, George Starcevloh, Glen Duhs, ward
Johr Morgan Roy Roberts Merle Cayman, Gordon Brown, Hervey Rob
erts, Glen Iock, boo Bennett, Charles Crawford, walter Conn, Fred
Molchin, Dick Foul1han, Dick Geyman, Joe Tusek, Lyle Hayward
Lawrence Celtmaker, Parris Ellis, william Powell, Rogers Frank, Jim
Morton,Frank Cernich, Don Doubet, Ed Knussman, B111 Stewart
Junior scott, Malcolm Green, Harold Kruse, Ralph Diefendorf, Ivan
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B3103 PCSVY Cramblett, Ellen Yarnell, Donna Workman, Edwanna Clay
berg, Barbara Doubet Nancy Dumblazler Lit
Second Row! Norma Stremmel Elizabeth Lacey, l1!fP13-yn D0-lbet. Wilma G'-ith. 3
Faralli, Jeanette Greenfield, Donna Negley Ethel Sheckler, Audrey
Phelffer, Glorla Muzzarelli, Doris Geber, Jean Bennett
Third Row Beverly Workman, Roberta McMullen, Eileen Crane, Matilda Gleason,
Bertha Parkhurst, Lila Schoonover, Sylvia Snider, Julia Tueek,
Marcia Bennett, Peggy Tuckey Mary Wilson, Mary Reed.
Fgurth Row Bernice Kauzlarich, Lael Haggerty Donna Tiezzd, Marilyn Cr ne,
Marilyn Doubet, Emma Vier, Mary Simpson Martha Sepich, Mary Moro
tte, Gay Eccles, Mary J Glngerich, Marilyn Bird
F. H. A
The F. H. A., a natlonal organlsation of Future nomemakers of America is
a widely known organization. This is the second year for the Farmlngton Chap-
ter. The Farmington CHGPEOT is divided into two groups. The senior branch has
8b girls and the freshman branch t7 girls. Each group has different officers.
The flower of this organization is the red rose, and the colors are red and
white. The motto, which every chapter is str1v1ng for is WToward New norizons.W
The purposes of the F. h. A. Chapter is to promote a growing apprec1ation of
joys and satisfactions of homemaklng, encourage democracy, work for good home
and family life for all, promote international good will and to further interest
in dome Economics.
The advisers of the chapter are Miss Clinch and ulSS march.
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ner, Delmer Bench, Margie Bird, Jean Steak,
Second Row Jeanette Vier, Lucille Hubbard, B111 Tuttle, Phyllis Umland, Dick
Franklin, Ruth Ewalt, Bob Gucene, Kay Settles, Jack Wise
ohne, Ruth Barley Bob Farmer, Roger Hughbanke Doris Wagh
Quill and Scroll, an international honor society for high school journalists,
was organized at Iowa City, Iowa, on April lO, 1926, by a group of high school
supervisors for the purpose of encouraging and rewarding individual achievement
in Journalism and in allied fields of creative work.u
The requirements for Quill and Scroll are! ill A grade average in the upper
third of class, 425 Junior or senior standing: tsl Superior work in journalism:
and 14? Recommendation of an adviser of the school publication.
These requirements are the requirements as set forth by the international
Miss Margaret Lewis is the adviser of the Quill and Boroll.
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First Row Rosey Kornmeyer, Ruth Barley, Helen Varnes Jeanette Vier, Deon
Slack, Jean Steck
Second Row Phyllis Umland, Barbara Johns Doris Wagner, Ruth Ewalt, Charlotte
Scott. Kay Settles, Lucille Hubbard
Third Row Jack Wise, Bob Farmer, B111 Tuttle, Roger Hughbanks, Ph1l11P Hes
gerty, Delmer Rench, Joe Bertot, Bob Gucene
Students interested in creative writing and in journalism make up the staff
which edits the Ar us the school newsoaper aoorooristely named for the fabled
giant wltn one hundred eyes
During the school year the Argus outs on an all school dance with all the
trimmings Also on the activities ls the Argus pl y a highlight of the year
The adviser for the Argus is Miss Margaret Lewis
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H Y. ner, Elliott, V Manuel, J Rolando P Blue J
B Barley, B Opie, R Kornmeyer, B Dixon, J Harris, U Balagna
A Rook, C Stalter, V Manock, 3 Clauson, M Mitchell,
Flelaher, H Meltz, J Galloway
C Potter, M Doubet, I Kroepel, E Karstetter, G Parson
Knussman, L Jacobs, J Murpney, J Vier, B Learned, I Huey:
M Shockency, M Holmes, E Fairburn, L Quick, M Anderson,
Rolando, H Varnes, S Nhited, J Heller, D Cramer, I Tnrew,
Pfaul, P Williams, M Doubet, M Biru, L Hubbard, V Suydam
C Macklin, E Bohannon, M Williams, A Heller, P Nesterby,
Knussman, L, Doubet, A Perkins, A Doubet, M Welrs, B Robinson
D Hillman, N. Arcndale, F Doubet
M Doland, I Nelker, B Record, n fest, F Maujic, M Tuttleg S
Lane, M Brentz, P Cnioman, E Ridlev R Ewalt, D Wagner,
Umland, B Johns
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First Row Roberta Troxel, Caroline Hovendon, Jeanette Vier, Dorothy McAl1ster
Juanita Harris, Marcia Reed Betty Gia noni, Veda Dare
Second How Imogene Bl!-I'kt'l8I'd'G, Mr Hammond fAdv1ser , Bill Greenfield, Gary Turl
ihililp Haggerty, Joe Bernot, Kenneth Dunblazier, Dick Negley, Mary
This organization is relatively new to F. C, H. S., being only two years
This year the Latin Club was formed with the following officers: Presldentg
Gary Turl, Vice-Presidentg Veda Dare, Secretary-Treasurer, Dick Negley. The
club meets once a month and has an interesting program usually dealing with
Roman History. Everyone enjoys themselves, and the club help! to destroy the
myth of Latin being a hard subject.
This year the Latin Club entered a float in the Homecoming Parade. Next year
the club plana to expand in its work and eventually be able to sponsor dances,
etc. and really make itself a solid part of the echool's social life, as well
as an aid in Latin work.
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First Row Billy Brooks, Jonn Record, Bill Muzzarelll, Allan Strong, Jack Dlx
on, Dick Negley, Harry Holmes, Gene Ross, David Finnle, Pat Threw,
Dick Barley, Bob Youngblood, Accompanist Roberta Troxel
Second Row James Stokey, Glenn Duhs Lyle Hayward Richard Lint, Bob Gucene,
Dick Gayman, Bob Farmer, enry Allovio, ack Wise, Bill McCullough
Third Row Merle Gayman, Dick Wasson, Phil Reed , William Powell, Jerry Hill,
Bill Tuttle, Roger Hughbanks, Harris E11-18. B111 Greenfield Glen
Lock, Jack Shuler
For many years Farmington has been oroud of its fide glee clubs undec the
direction of Miss Flov Bear. This ye r there are 85 members ln the Advanced
Girls Glee Club and 59 in the Freshmen Girls Glee Club.
This year the Advanced Girls Glee Club is accomoanled by Betty Glagnonl.
Virginia Sales, Marilyn Crene and Gloria Muvverelll were accomnanlsts for the
Freshmen Girls Glee Club.
The Boys Glee Club connrises 58 boys and is accomoanled by Roberta Troxel
There ls also a Mixed Chwrus, selected from the Advanced Girls Glee Club, and
from the Boys Glee Club. Mixed Chorus is accomoanled by Jeanette Vier.
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A Bruni a, H Louneberry, B Hedden, J Baleg, D Geber, N
Stremel, Sales, E Clayberg, N Dunblazier.
G Muzzarelli, J Bennett, M Doubet, W, Guth, D Negley, L
Farelli, A Pfeiffer, P Cramblet, E Lacey
J Greenfield, R McMu111ne, M, Reed, M Bennett, J, Tueek, S
Snider, M Gleason, E Crane, P Tuckey
B Parknurst Haggerty, G Eccles, M Morotti, E Vier
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1946 The d1TSCtOT was Mr Louls H1ggS The cast 13 llsted below
cast of Characters
Flore ce Barley
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The Athletic Association is an organization, for the oromotion of better
being a member is the oavment of a membershio fee which ls used for buying ath
letic letters and awards
The officers of the A A are President Paul Turn r Vlce President Ron
nie lmler secretary Lre surer Joanne Rolando The adviser for the Athletic
Association are Mr Wnlte Grebe and Mr Don Hartley
Tne directors are senior Phillio Haggerty, Jill Holliday Junior, Betty
Dixon Virginia Suydam sophomores Bob Bennett, Corda M cklln Freshmen David
Turner and Bob Youngblood
Left to Right Helen Varnes, Dorothy Muzzarelli, Lucille Hubbard.
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firemen on February 5, during the F1remen's Fair
THE ROMANTIC ROMEO
lhe senior play, UThe nigh School Mystery', under the direction of mr Louis
nigga, was presented April 10 and ll lhis play was entirely different from
any other plays presented by the school lhe actual play was a play within
a play lhe cast was as follows
Who s Who
The cameraman caught 'shotsn of these
three senior students who have been cho
een as outstanding by their classmates
Lhe Voyageur proudly salutes these three
9 CITIZENS OF Touomeow who have made who-S
Roger Hughbanks was the choice of the
l9b7 senior class for the uood Citizen
ship Award given each year by the Ameri
can Legion to the boy who typifies good
Charlotte Scott was the girl in the
senior class to win the selection as
uood Citizen This award, too, was made
possible by the local chapter or the
Who of loday
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the Farmington chapter to the deserving
First ROW GUU9 ROSS, Don Schoonover, Lyle Morgan, Gene Clayton, Pat Threw,
Leslie Marlette, Harry Holmes, Fred Molchin, B111 Stewart, Norman
Blackmer, Dick Lint
Second Bow A883 Coach Don Hartley, Manager Na ren Deyoe Billie Muzzsrelll
Merle Gayman, Dick Barley, Jon Clayton, Sam Yancick, Frank Stear,
Bob Gucene, Jerry Hill, Joe Almasi, Carroll Baylor, Dick Muz
arelli Bob Youngblood, Manager Gene Stear, Coach Walter Greoe
Third Row Gary Turl, Larry Bengston, Frank Cernich, Bill Tuttle, Fred Bal
agna Don Doubet, Roger Hughbanks, Dan Cox, Paul Hewitt, Dick Gay
man, Jim Morton
Fourth Row Bill Youngblood, George Lacey, Bob Farmer, Danny Keople Dean Hic
eioni, Geno Guidotti, Jack Shuler, Bob Antle, Harry Weis. Tom
Snodgrass, Bill Greenfield, Dannie Franklin, Richard Wa son
The Farmers had their eecwnd successive undefe ted season this year with ten
wins and no losses The first team yielded ooints only once, and that was
against Morton This record olaced them first in the state with a total of 522
points a tie with Industry and first in defensive olaying with only 18 points
scored against them The Grebemen took undisputed championshio in the Illo Con
ference and were awarded the Ilio cup t HHS annual banquet in Chillicothe in
Farmington started the season by blanklng Abingdon, 25 O Western High was
the next team to bow before the local boys with a 58 O count At Washington
the boys took their third easy victory with the second team olaying most of the
game Score W8 12
When Morton visited Farmington the Tazwell boys suffered defe t to the tune
of 40 7 Chillicothe winner of last year s Ilio Conference fell before the now
er house eleven, 15 O This game was followed by the Lewistown match on the
next Friday when the Farmers romoed to an easy 40 O victory On the following
Wednesday the Farmers crushed the Dunlao eleven, 2l O
With traditional rivalry the Farmington boys met Canton on the home field in
the annual Armistice Day tilt. The smooth working Farmers oroved too much for
the Little Giants and wound up the season with a 26 O win.
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flrst down. Dan was a valuable player and his ground-gaining will me missed
by the Farmers next year.
Paul Hewitt: was the youngest and the lightest on the Farmington crew. HHorseN
played the full-buck positlon and the times were frequent when he crossed the
goal line with his shifty running
Rog Hughbanks speedy halfbaok, was a brilliant right-hand passer deluxe His
passes were something to see This was 'Bum's' third year with the varsity
B111 Tuttle was the most versatile back on the Farmers' team He was a quar-
ter back and a shitty runner with the ball and threw good hard blocks while
Jim Morton right end the other junior on the F8PUlHQt0H scuud stood t
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the defensive play Vert' often bucketed passes that looked lDPOSSlbl6
Fred Balagna manipulated at left-tackle and was an alert defensive lineman as
well as off 1 Fr
ens ve ed was a fast charging llne-man uhoss services w1l1.be
missed on the Farmington eleven next year
Di k Gaymun played left guard Dick we one of the two junlors on the flret
eleven and he fllled hlS posltign we l He will be an invaluable asset to
next yoar's squad
Larry Bengston was one of the key len in the line 'Red' has held the regular
berth at oenter for the past three years He was one of the best C0Ut0P3
ever produced at Farmington
Don Doubet was halfbaok on defense and played right guard on Offelln Don V89
a power ouse and it was not unusual to see him intercept a pass and plow down
the field for a 70 or 80 YIFU FUD
frank Cernlohx played right-tackle This was Frank's first year of football
Although he was s senior hs did his Job as though he had had previous exper-
ience He played a brilliant defensive game Frank made one mistake, and
t at was not oomlng out for football sooner
Gary Thrl: left end, was outstanding in his blocking and pass-snatching
'Stinky' was a dependable player
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Wasson, J Almasi, C Baylor, B Stewart
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Second Row Bill Tuttle, Larry Bengston, Jim Morton, Roger Hughbanka, Fred
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HACOMB INVITATIONAL CHAMPIONS
FULTON COUNTY CHAMPIONS
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Where Are the Balls
Turl and Alan McPherson were the basketball managers this year
CSt1nkyD Turl was a senior this year and it was the first time he had
the basketball team
McPherson was a sophomore and it was his first year at managing
followed the team faithfully, thus assuring us that we can look forward to s
services in the next two years
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The senior girls Scott Ewalt, Tiezzl, Pfahl Mitchell Varnes luzzarelli
L Doubet, Flelsher, and M Doubet carried off first honors in the softball
tournament this year
Playing an invincible defense and batting the ball out of the park, these
soft ball veterans of four years left no doubts in the minds of the under class
men that the seniors were champs u
Captalned by Slirley Tiezzi, the senior girls plowed the Juniors under 24 5,
in the second tournament game In their final encounter on the way to th'
championship, the class of '47 trounced the freshmen 33-'4
JUNIORS RECEIVE THIRD PLACE
The softball team of the class of '48 played their first game of the tourna
ment on October lst when they were defeated by the seniors Captain Barley led
the Juniors in a losing fight for victory with only 5 runs to the 24 runs made
by their opponents After being defeated by the seniors the Juniors decided
that they would not be defeated again so when they met the sophomores on October
10th they came out on top with a score of 50 19
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The team representing the class of '49 suffered the loss of the G1rl's Soft
ball Tournament when they were first defeated by the freshmen on September 25rd
and again defeated on October 10th by the Juniors
The sophomores, under the leadershlo of Elaine Fairburn, tried hard to win
their games but were defeated by rather large scores The game against the
freshmen left them with l run while the freshmen chalked 21 In the game
against the Juniors the sophomores managed 19 points, being defeated by the 50
points of the juniors Although coming out on bottom in the tourney the sonho
mores have the spirit to come up fighting and are determined to olace in next
FRESHMEN SECOND IN TOURNEY
The freshmen, captained by Donna Tiezzi, won the first game of the Girls'
Softball Tournament when they defeated the soohomores by 20 points, the score
being 21 l The freshmen then played the seniors on October Sgg but were de
feated, thus placing them second instead of the coveted first
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The girls of F C H S ended their class tournament on Thursday, March 15,
The basketball tournament began on March 4, 1947, when the freshmen were
scheduled to play the sophomores The freshmen came through this encounter vic
torlous and were raring to go on to another victory
The second game of the tournament was played on March 6, 1947, between the
juniors and seniors The seniors lost this game to the juniors by 1 point and
it was a galling defeat for them
The freshmen and seniors were scheduled to meet each other on March 7, 1947,
but due to a lack of players on the senior team the game was forfeited to the
The fourth game of the tournament was a victory for the juniors when they
played against the sophomores For them, March ll, 1947, was a wonderful day,
for it gave them their second victory
The next to the last game of the tourney was played on March 12, 1947, to
give the freshmen a victory over the juniors, This victory was the third foz
the freshies and automatically put them in first place with the juniors taking
second The last place to be filled was for third and the game that decided
this, was played on March 13, 1947, between the sophomore and
seniors won this game by a large margin and took the third
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QUILL AND SCROLL
Front Row Dan Franklin, H Barlej J
Swearingen B Dixon, M
Anderson, H Dare, D Slack
Back Row' Imler, D Rench, H West
Bortot, K Dunblazier
Gucene, D Framer
The purpose of the library is to give service to the school and its students
to develop librar skill d
y s, an to promote wider knowledge of books and library
The service of the Library Cadets is exceedingly valuable to the school and
to the student body in helping promote the purpose of the library
This is the first year the Cadets have formed a club and elected offi
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The adviser for the library lS Miss Lois Bear
First Row B Dixon, A Flelsher, M
Bird, D Wagner et
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Second Row P Umland D CPHMGP, B
Record, P Haggerty.
Negley, D Cox, H Grone
D Slgck, L Jacobs, J MurDheJ,
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D Gaymgn, M Gayman, D Finnie,
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Ex Corporal James Rohline
Private Donald Stevens
Ex Staff Sergeant Charles Gray
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Calendar 1946 1947
First day of school for freshies and new students
he grlnd begins
Magazine campalpn begins
Clas offlcers elected
Farmers open lid on football season by defeating Abingdon 25
KUnder our own llghts I ou cess no 1
Library Cadets organized
Farmers host to Macomb Western We win 39 O. Success no 2
Magazlne c mp ign ends below luota
Farmers go to Washlngton Bring home the Panthers' SKIHJ 38 12
Success n 3
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Farmers trounce Morton, AO 7 success no A
took and Cortland present P105 pong exhibition
Farmers journey to thilllcothe Bring home the bacon, 3
success no 9
F F A holds nest drlve party Chello women, le's dance J
First sig weeks tests lonly 5 more"'J
Farmers scalp Lewistown Indians, AO O Success no 6
night and bonflre
Homecoming" One of the nicest parades 1H our history Farmers
down Fureka, 33 O Success no 7 Annual Homecoming dance after
the game Music by Walt outton's Orchestra
Farmers stop Cuba Cardinals on their home field Score 41 0
Success no 8
Revenge ' Farmers trounce Dum
Revenge ' Farmers trounce Dunlap here 2l O We win our first
Illio Conference Championship' Success no 9
Farmers trounce Little Giants for second straight time in two
years" Score 26 O "' Success no 10 We celebrate by going
to the Sadie Hawkins Dance
Football boys uests of Rotarv at Wassons Restaurant
F F' A Corn arnlval QY1pg' My money Y
Annual Football Banquet at High School Brick' Young, Bloom
ington was the guest speaker Boys were given football letters
Farmers open basketball season Defeat Princeville 61 26
Here comes those tests agm.n' Second six weeks Farmers nudge
Avon on their own court, 28 21
Vacation Thanksgiving slurp slurp
Elmwood turned back bv our boys, 71 18
Illlo Conference Football Banquet at Chillicothe
Farmers trounce Yates City on their own court, 72 97
Junior class presents their play 'The lore The Herrler
Farmers sink Abingdon, bd 40
Elmwood bows to our boys, 54-38
F F A Father and Son Banquet
Farmers down Cuba, 52-24
Annual CHPIBBNHB Cantata and Pgggang
At last Farmington 37 C nto 55"" b n 1 1
uc ball renown 8 n 'msn u at on" ba"
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Macomb Invitational Tourney Farmer bring home first place
Happy New Year!! lOh, my aching headlj
Farmers trounce Washington, 54 24 in first Illio Conference game
chool begins again KDarn itll
Fairview falls to Farmers, oO 50
Londoners downed by F C H S 71 58
Lewistown here, 49 52
Semester Exams!! COh, my ach'ng backlj
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coming home J Farmer trounce Eureka, 58 50
Report Cards KYEOW!!J
Fulton County Basketball Tournament
Our boys have a close one at Dunlap, but we come out on
Je beat Chillicothe 56 52 in ar Tllio Conference game.
Farm s swamp Cuba, 65 29
Argus Play The Pomantic Romeo
Farmers squeeze by Western Academy, 42 57
Farmers down Yates City, 65 22
Abe Llncoln's Birthday
We trounce London Mills, 48 22
Band goes to Canton to Fulton County
We down Tremont on our own court, 57
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We uffer our first loss this season
Six weeks tests OHFHI! We squeeze
Farmers edge past Elmwood, 58 28 in first game of Regional
We fence in Brimfleld in second Regional game On to Canton!
Report cards received by students not joyfully either!
to Canton, 60
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had 51 wins 2losses Canton w4ns the Regional, 44 52
Sectional Tournament at Canton
Illfnois Neslevon Band plays for us
Fulton County Chorus Festival CSome Fun!J
Solo and Ensemble District Contest
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All school Music Festival
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hman eighth grade party
alton County Track Meet
Bradley Chorus sings for us
his wonderful book came out at the Voyageur party
Alumn deception and Dance
inal Examinations fcross your fingers!!
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Class Day Report cards CI did9 Whoopeelll Senior picnic
Commencement goodbye seniors welcome freshmen
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