Farmington High School - Voyageur Yearbook (Farmington, IL)

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TYPISTS: Shirley Clauson, Ianet Huey, Mary Lou Doland, Ge-no Guidotti. Page 2 "9 : , Y f .?s" xnxx- .-"v"9 4 13 1 r i A 'as-is 2' a.-v..aa-"eva-1x'1e..,, ,..-7 i' 06016 '97, 1.94, Hom ,075 7, Q 6 7'f0N I G 0950 ap C200 I cgmxfdfy xl' f CLH5655 Lscffvlplsi I 1S F10 A7 OR , R X- -, ILBCG P 3 4 ly vi lf ,g5'i ,Fla 1- Av-we I f 8 ' , e V' I avg? 4""' cg.'.v 574,45 4 Afl 1750 J 49 I J llll-I llllllu dlllll if ' lg , i 'i airs Q 'i"""': n""""'Q s"'!!!Q if- Y In memory ot Iohn A Leach, known to all as a friend as Well as a teacher, 3 the Senior Class ot 1949 respectfully dedicate this Voyage I i t I c A Xvflfx,-5 ii, . Zflfmzf C W bib Q W W P34 FARMINGTON COMMUNITY HIGH SCHOOL LOYALTY SONG HaiII Farmington, Our Alma Mater, Loyai and true We'II be forever- HoIding our banner tor aII to see. Rahl Rah! Rah! On team-We know that you WiII tight Keep cooI and pIay for aII your might. Fight for Farmington now Go Team Vic - to Y ry. Page 5 PAUL SMITH EARL MOUL FRED CLAYTON Page 6 TUNIS KYES HARRY BLACKMER ?xxxxS4i3 ,fx Q 28,1 I f I 0 .Q ' 4 'M 'Aw' 1559 ANVQAYQLQ KXQ. XX 64 N f ,wwe F iw V .Q f ' 'lv 1 ' ff ff ff'-Q ,-'ZQ Q G fx I A x - fl' '. . -.4-n,., ,1 ,EMA P 7 gil... RALPH BENGSTON A. B., lvl. A. Assistant Principal Chemistry Physics Augustana College University at lllinois Northwestern University Page RUSSELL B. TROXEL A. B., M. A. Principal lllinois Wesleyan University University ot lllinois Cornell University 8 it LOIS FELTHOVEN MARGARET LEWIS English English, Physical Eclucaiion LOIS BEAR English, Librarian LOUISE M!-XCKEY ' GEORGE MOBERLY Lqlmf Hlsloflf Hisiory, General Business Page 9 O O O 9 MAXINE O'NElL Commerce VVALTER GREBE MARGARET BROOKS DONALD HARTLEY Coczch, Science MCIihS1'HCIiiCS Assistant Coach, Science MARIANNE CLINCH IOHN IDARKS IACQUELINE KARCH Domestic Science Agriculture DOmeS1iC Science 593, 1, Page 10 FLOY BEAR' NEWELL KESSINGER Vocal Music Bcmd VIOLET MCCORD Secretary Page 11 ROBERTA GREEN Siudeni Teacher ROSEMARY RHODA Student Teacher GEORGIANNA BRITTON LOIS MORRISON Student Teacher Student Tecfchef Page 12 'iw 12 -Af f 1 F3""'3F ii r,,,g-..-JS-"'6' fe-""'7n4'x1f iff-1: I N 5' ' 2V ?,,1i'? if' 5 : 'ZAI RESIDENT Q , w 1 3 if ' ' Urea-Psasfoswf if if , ,Q iv, I 5' ' Sec-'T'Rfn5uR6R . .1 ' -: gi 3 wx 55 y E .M he "" "HQ, 5 M M.: s,,'.m W6 E ? 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I , , ul ' i ,IQ Gf iffff 3 , lj j.j,,KlZgr- 7 RICHARD LARSON PAUL LOPEMAN VIRGINIA MANOCK VIRGINIA MANUEL LESLIE MARLETTE FRED MOLCHIN IOAN MORGAN m ff 1' RICHARD MUZZARELLI BEVERLY MCKINNEY RQ. KWIIA' Q -A I 1 'X Jplfl-I Q "V L.-TNXJQM.-, IA., AVL-hx.-uL,,,.,.xA V , Q C - s ALAN MCPHERSON RICHARD PETRINI RAYMOND PFAHL Page I9 GEORGE PFEIFFER PATRICIA I... PORTER FRANK RECORD GRETA REED EVELYN RIDLEY BARBARA ROBINSON Page 20 WILLIAM POWELL DEAN RICCIONI AUDREY ROCK I 17'X I. I K s, If IOANNA ROLANDO EFFAIEAN SCOTT CAROL STALTER MARILYN STALTER GEORGE STARCEVICI-I WILLIAM STEAR CYRIL STOBAUGH IRIS THREW RICHARD WASSON Page 21 MARION WEERS ILA WELKER PATRICIA WESTERBY SHIRLEY WHITED MARILYN WILLIAMS PATRICIA WILLIAMS LORETTA ZEGLEN IIOVJARD BEARD MARLYN EWALT Page 22 42 Q A, f f f 1' I dip -wif? A fl .5--'far '1"l"" 2-f.1f"74v"i,,o7 'w4Iiikv"0g' f? ! ' e 1 5' 0 U 9 fi pf-gg Sl Dsffff Q3 Vaci' PRESIDENT iggecw Tea: ns wean . 'fx flv K -LL-- M Q , ' f fj" w f-'g 6 Q9 63nf1.1fve Ofwmo Page 23 loe Almasi lean Bennett Dale Blackmer an Gene Clayton lune Bales Richard Barley ,,m ,. k,f,?.w ii, '- i f , Q.- S EE . ri Y il L 3 at X ,E 1 S 'X .g xil s , Q 'TA K Caroll Baylor Marcia Bennett Marilyn Bird Ivan Black Norman Blackmer Arcleanne Bruninga Eolwanna Clayberg Fw... lon Clayton Arthur Coon Eileen Crane Page 24 s...,,..y. Marilyn Crane Marilyn Doubet Nancy Dunblazier Lila Faralli Si 51 , K , l '- in Agia . 3? .,, nil Doris Geber MUVY lv Giflgeflch Matilda Gleason Don Gronewold Q v gg Betty Hedden 3 1 i f S Ti leanette Greenfield Wilma Guih Lael Haggerty il-Yle Hayward fl 'br , W-ff fi i',. Gordon Helle Harry Holmes Barry lacobs Page 25 Berriiece Kauzlarich Elizabeth Lacey Mary Morotti Bill Muzzarelli 'Q Donna Negley Bertha Parlclfiurst Clayton Reed Marilyn Reed -infra , Richard Lint Mae Lounsberry Gloria Muzzarelli lloborta McMullen Audrey Pleifter Iohn Record ' :Q i 5' r ,.. y i i i X K .. f . Mary Reed Eugene Ross Page 26 Iohn Rutledge Virginia Sale ,v-ml, fyw Martha Sepich Mary Simpson ".,v+U'- YW fy' A is 36 MS, 25, my 'R Y , as f i: 4 K rr r A L Don Schoonover Lila Schoonover 4' S 1 W x X 4 .y S Z1 Edwin Slagel Sylvia Snyder Ncnna Stremmcl Allen Strong Vaneta Stufflebearn Pat Threw L- Mary I. Thurman Donna Tiezzi Pegay Tuckey David Turner Page 27 Iulio Tusek Emma L, Vier Beverly Vforlzmcm Donna Vwforkmcm Gene Wrigley lock Yoncick Ruth Yomell Bob Youngblood Poge 28 Pit 0 YQ,- w N- -' WH' 7" O 'H' NU ff" V' 5 W J- P-...x Q I -' f V A 'I , ' rqml la iq,-ffl! 4,6 NYILQ I 1. ,. J M A 1 U,CEQ I K V K Liiyz . A E VV A,I.V A 'l,A Q U PA J L I f f m f fm -f MW ' ff W fi ff' Q X2 fi 4 X 658 ow? Row: ROW V0U.R'B0nT99 9 'f f SOPHOMOBE CLASS Row One-W. Cowling, L. Derrickson, D. Moll, E. Bearce, W. Doubet, A. Scotf, G. Burgess, B. Vier, D. St. Clair, M. Filerbo, B. Doubet, D. Phillips, P. Paylor, L, Sutton, M. Kepple, W. Fulton. Row Two--R. Bollinger, D. Wake, D. Woodcoclc, T. Doubet, K. Colvin, C. Elliott, S. Holmes, E. Muzzarelli, L. Harman, V, Venturi, C. Iohns, R, Linn, R. Haynes, I. Crawford. Row Three-N. Statler, C. Morgan, E. Rock, H. Zeglen, H. Holmes, I. Dorsey, M. Petrini, V. Doubet, D. Arrowsmith, M. Yancick, K, Wliited, D, Fatheree, H. Molchin, F. Green, I. Bitner. Row Four-G. Wilson, I. Grubb, G. Bieber, T. Elias, M. Conklin, R. VVellcer, L. Frank, I. Brentz, W. Williams, B. Eagleson, R. Fatlieree, R. Hall, R, Penn, V. Slone. Absent-I. Terrini, L. Morgan, I. Dixon. U Page 30 5. 1-we-fl ai 633 7? ' 40' , ,: ..f..,- ' ,f-FJ A I . .,.Q K I. , y .xy I I gi ,..,.:.,., , ,, , 5 , ,, fx, lu" 42 A? VI flfflf lf 40 ,pf If' 1 560 f Q A .1 k 'V ' 1 9v qf 5V N' tn,.,,f-+"'1, 6 P eq ' Simon Sw lm P 3 lllll FBESHMAN CLASS Row One-B. Van Houten, M. Vier, D. Gronewolcl, P. Morgan, F. Olornon, M. Troxel, I. Scott, M. Lucas, P, Barlow, S. Arney, V. Clauson, Row Two-I. Reed, R, Morse, R. Mudd, R. Haynes, W. W'est, W. Nader, W. Slone, W. Hebb, W. DeWitt, W. Porter, I. Kling. Row Three-I. Fennel, S. DuBois, D. Williams, L. Keel, K. Day, B. Bales, E. Boyer, A. Scott, C. Mitchell, D. Brown, M. Capron. Row Four-W. Beecl, P. McMaster, P. Srnith, C. Haggerty, L. Helle, O. Keel, G, Powell, B. Mitchell, E. Varnes, I. Carson, K. Sale. Absent-R. Almasi, G. Doubet, P. Ferro, I. Pollitt, W. Schmitt, B. Price. FBESHMAN CLASS Row One--M. Suydani, P. Williams, l. Sheckler, I. Gagliardo, I. Sutton, M. Doubet, D. Northrup, B. Ridley, B. Fidler, N. Eberley, C. Troxel, D. Morse. Row Two-I. Shaw, B. Cruise, H. Van Houten, M. Bitner, K. Bixby, D. Guidotti, O. Beard, I. Wheeler, R. Kyles, R. Biccioni, L. Bailliez, I. Tusek. Row Three-R. Blaclcrner, P. Anderson, B. Arrowsrnith, M. Plurner, S. Wilson, A. Depperman, M. Hodgkinson, P. Wagner, M. Welch, M. Gingerich, I. Doubet, B. Loven. Row Four-R. Stalter, T. Harding, R. Griggs, B. Holmes, L. Ross, D. Brawner, R. Kimbrell, R. Tuttle, E. Polhernus, R. Strernmel, M. Lowe, B. Lane. Page 32 .95 Q Q xx 1' 5 x x' P 95' ' 1 I '10 J 1143! i i' 2' 1 'I 'gf3xv.?5-'.v"Kn+" 1.-""'n"'?a!'.s1q2 I 1 -7 ff! ,G gg? W? ' gl X f 0 . V ,gf V A M4 p .,f af SHIP Flea Oy 2' 5 HIP tqffloff! QERL FHUMFHHMINQWQN, JLLINGIS LJEQRZ 007' HGUG64! wiki No? Touw ! f" Q4Nof'p'fl fu wikis ew Q lmm wav fffwwg H9518 U l Page 33 lm ffm --145' emo 'B' e34 mmf L66-Ko sa HELP BACK Sl-l?M6S' THCKL8 asm.. ff! -Sf W ,CYAN-Lfdx? Q UAR TKRBHC f BABY GfN6'I65' f 1 , l SONNY Yi k QUUYVFUHC x GZORGC -20016 CSNTCR Ei-651 L swf: Jslllg NG Of, In 20 15. X TBCKLL K mufno we E N D-I 7176. sPER'2va 15, GUARD 33 VARSITY SQUAD Row One-N. Blackmer, D. Blackmer, R. Wasson, L. Marlette, P. Hewitt, D. Riccioni, G. Guidotti, S. Yancick, I. Almasi. Row Two-E. Muzzarelli, W. Muzzarelli, E. Slagel, R. Muzzarelli, L. Hayward, L. Frank, K. Colvin, F. Record, A. Strong. Row Three-R. Mitchell, R. Youngblood, P. Threw, D. Schoonover, R. Tuttle, I, Tusek, G. Varnes, I. Shaw, R. Barley, D. Guidotti. Row Four-D. Hartley, Assistant Coach, D. Brawner, I. Brentz, R. Kimbrell, C. Baylor, R. Fatheree, E. Ross, l. Black, H. Holmes, W. Grebe, Coach. if? VARSITY FOOTBALL SCHEDULE Farmington ...... Havana .... Farmington Tremont .... Farmington Washington Farmington Chillicothe Farmington Morton ...... Farmington Eureka Farmington Cuba ....... Farmington Farmington Dunlap ...... Canton ...... Page 36 B-SQUAD Row One-R. Mitchell, P. Threw, I. Tusek, B. Youngblood R Tuttle G Varnes I Shaw R. Barley, D. Guidotti. Row Two-E. Muzzarelli, R. Kimbrell, I. Brentz, L. Hayward K Colvin H Holmes E Ross A. Strong. Row Three--I. Clayton, D. Schoonover, E. Slagel, D. Brawner R Fatheree L Frank l Black, D. Hartley, Assistant Coach. B-SQUAD SCHEDULE Farmington Farmington Farmington Farmington Farmington ...... Farming ton ...... Peoria Central 7 Canton .... V. l. T. .. Cuba ...... Knoxville Lewistown Page 37 VARSITY TEAM Row One-R. Barley, E. Muzzarelli, R. Muzzarelli, W. Muzzarelli, P, Hewitt, R, Youngblood Row Two-D. Riccioni, L, Marlette, C. Baylor, D. Blaclcmer, I. Clayton, W, Grebe, Coach Farmington Farmington Farmington Farmington Farmington Farmington Farmington Farmington Farmington , ,,,,, , Farmington Farmington Farmington Farmington ik' VARSITY TEAM SCHEDULE Metamora ,,,, , ,730 Valley ,,,,,,,,. Abingdon ., , Cuba , , Canton , Chillicothe Morton , ,, Tremont , Washington Valley ,, Lewiston Eureka , Dunlap , Farmington H34 Farming on , , 49 Farmington ,, ,,,,, 25 Farmington . ,Sl Farmington ,Z8 Farmington ,W36 Farmington ,, ,4l Farmington ,,,,, , ,,,,, 29 Farmington ,,,,34 Farmington H34 Farrningon , ,,,, 34 , ,r,,. 30 Page 38 Farmington ,,,, ,,,,,, Elmwood , Chillicothe Cuba ,..,.., Avon ,,,,,,,, Lewistown Yates City Havana ,,,, Tremont , Lewistown Canton ,,,, Cuba , Morton ,,,,, SECOND TEAM Row One-T. Doubet, B. Holmes, G. Clayton, K. Colvin, L. Morgan, T, Elias. Row Two-R. Kimlnrell, I. Brentz, D. Brawner, P. Lopeman, R. Fatheree, D. Hartley Coach Farmington Farmington Farmington Farmington Farmington Farmington.. ,........ ., Farmington Farmington... Farmington Farmington.. ........ .. Farmington.. ....... .. wif SECOND TEAM SCHEDULE Metamora .............. l3 Farmington Valley ...... ........ 3 4 Farmington Abingdon .............. 17 Farmington Cuba ........ ....... l 8 Farminglon Canton ....... .......... 3 6 Farmington Washington .......... 26 Farmington Valley ........ ........ 3 2 Farmington Lewistown ........ 38 Farmington Eureka ..... ....... 2 7 Farmington Dunlap .. . ....... 22 Farmington Elmwood , ....... 29 Farmington. ....... . . Page 39 Cuba ....... Lewiston .. Astoria .... Chillicothe Yates City Havana .... Tremont .... Lewistown Canton .... Cuba ..... Morton GIRLS' BASKETBALL Row One-B. Van Houten, L. Derrickson, L. Sutton, M. Troxel, I. Gagliardo, D. Morse, B. Ridley, M. Capron, I. Scott, M. Kepple, N. Dunblazier. Row Two-C. Troxel, M. Reed, N. Statler, K. Day, M. Reed, G. Muzzarelli, H. Bitner, P. Wes- terby, B. Loven, N. Eberley, M. Lewis, Instructor. Row Three-I. Bales, M. Bennett, E. Crane, P. Anderson, I. Greenfield, H. Molchin, I. Tusek, M. Gingerich, R. Blackmer, B. McKinney, C. Morgan, E. Lacey. Row Four-L. Zeglen, I. Threw, G. Reed, M. Morotti, E. Vier, M. Brentz, D. Tiezzi, M. Sepich, M. Hodgkinson, H. Yancick, L. Schoonover, D. Fatheree. Absent-I. Morgan. wk INTBAMUBAL SPORTS The Never Sweat Basketball League in F. C. ll. S., organized by Coaches Grebe and Hartley, provide entertainment and an opportunity for all boys to participate in the sport. The League is divided into two divisions, the Eastern and Western, consisting ot six teams each. Begularly scheduled games are played each day, during the noon hour through the basketball season. W'hen the complete schedule is played, thc team in each league having the best Won and lost average plays a best two out ot three series for the championship. Page 40 TUMBLING CLUB C. Macklin, N. Eberley, C. Troxel, W. Guth, F, Majclic, M. Hodgkinson, L. Schoonover, E Vier, B. Knussman, P. Chiprnan, M. Troxel, M. Gingerich, K. Day, B. Loven, P. Barlow E. Scott, I. Bales. Absent--E. Lacey. sir TUMBLING CLUB Row One-G. Reed, D. Morse, L. Zeglen, B. Ridley, P. Westerby, D. Hillman, M, Simpson l Threw, M. Brentz, P. Anderson, M. Bennett, B. McKinney. Row Two--B. Van Houten, I. Scott, R. Blackmer, H. Ze-glen, M. Reed, V. Manock. Row Three-M, Kepple, I. Gagliardo, M. Reed, L. Sutton. Page 41 an .- ,,,f"' f mgf g:,z,'N Q7 1' ' ', S , L X Q , J' K XS, gg fy su 'D S Cl f 2 fi i 423 Ye 5,5 ,, , A , mf f if S ,. Bw ' H za .1 Q , 'Q 4 Q 5' N .f nv ,Fx 's. 1-QQ 'E Page 42 '?9?x.:Hf ' ,Q .2 7 ' QM .f W- 'A 3 x z :, . N ,, l - , V , fy f -'Q M + W ' vw' ' 1 . - ' 1- 'W , , J--LV? It nh. LA, Mix W' , , ,V . , ' x 1 Ami' f QS, 5,-mi W ' f A e 3 ,fr ., . , me I ix!!! " xxXxx w , f , l'! 4 ' 45: 'lb.as' 67 'Av' 's'iq,19'l 'is g 4 I ! 33 Q I1 TQ: 5 1 2 Q '7 I 4' "P A' i ' 'f ' P' U -aj I I C Q ff, x , Q X x -YN 'x X N ' 3 fflfixyjxjur V JI U 'irljrikrfx six f'J,f',ff 'if " v ' 45 f' 'WIN ff ,,.. . w X1 .fix XXQXKX ,V I X.,-'Pr -'JY 'P ,522 r f J' .ff f mx xi x".X 'xv JP, C fl E I 1 fy' . . X ., Nw N , f 4 4115 1 Page 43 BAND Row One-I. Rutledge, E. Slagel, W. Cowling, M. Doland. Row Two-W. Fulton, K. Whited, R. McMullen, P. Tuckey, M. Hodglcinson, N. Dunblazier, R. Almasi, Row Three-l. Crawford, M. Doubet, R. Holmes, l. Record, L. Derrickson, G. Bie-ber, S. Snyder, C. Morgan, M, Gleason. How Four-P. Williams, R. Mitchell, D. Williams, O. Beard, E. Muzzarelli, R. Hall, M. Sepich, G. Clayton, K. Crawford, D. Woodcock, R. Kyles, S. Holmes. Absent-I. Pollitt. ik Page 44 TWlRLERS Row One L. Derrickson, L. Siiilori M. Petrini. Row Two C. Morgan, R. Hall, P. Anderson. Row Three M. Simpson, M. Brentz, Row Four P. Williams. li lo BAND Row One-B. Hedden, A. Strong, M. Capron. Row Two-R. Blaclcrner, L. Earalli, G. Muzzarelli, L. Sutton, P. Chiprnan. Row Three-M. Petrini, C. Troxel, I. Black, H. Holmes, M. Troxel, R. Riccioni. Row Four-G. Varnes, K. Sale, D. Wake, B. Vier, M. Conklin, E. Vier, R. Barley, E. Ross, R. Wasson. Row Five-N. Kessinger, Director, I. Clayton, M. Gingerich, P. Anderson, I. Scott, M. Crane, B. Lane, V. Sale. 2- 3 - 1 v s 5. T? wir Page 45 CHEERLEADERS D. Negley, E. Majdic D. Hillman. MIXED CHORUS Row One-L. Porter, M. Williams, I. Rolando, L. Faralli, B. Vier, W. DeWitt, K, Salo, I. Huey L. Sutton, V. Sale, G. Muzzarelli, P. Westerby, C, Macklin. Row Two-S, Snyder, P. Tuckey, I. Bennett, E. Crane, I. Tusek, L. Zegleri, D. Negley, Ac companist, M. Holmes, I. Huey, l. Kroepel, B. McKinney, V. Manuel. Row Three-B. Knussman, M. Gingerich, G. Reed, M. Crane, F, Majdic, M. Brentz, E, Rid ley, M. Morotti, M. Doland, I. Heller, B. Learned, I, Greenfield, F. Bear, Director. Row Four-C. Haggerty, R. Youngblood, H. Holmes, L. Hayward, B. Iacobs, R. Wasson, M Conklin, H. Allovio, E. Ross, R. Muzzarelli, C. Iohns, T. Doubet, R. Mitchell. Absent-I. Morgan. BOYS' GLEE CLUB Row One-K. Sale, P. McMaster, R. Mitchell, R. Linn, R. Riccioni, C. Iohns, T. Doubet, G Varnes, B. West, W. DeWitt. Row Two-F. Bear, Director, T. Harding, C. Elliott, L. Harman, H. Holmes, E. Ross, R. Muz- zarelli, B. Youngblood, C. Haggerty, D. Negley, Accompanist. Row Three-R. Hall, D. Schoonover, L. Hayward, B, Iacobs, B. Eagleson, R. Wasson, M Conklin, H. Allovio, G. Wrigley, R. Holmes, R. Stremmel. Page 46 SECOND HOUR GIRLS' GLEE CLUB Row One-W. Fulton, E. Scott, L, Derrickson, D. Workman, G. Burgess, E. Bearce, N. Strem- mel. I. Moll, M. Kepple, E. Clayberg, N. Dunblazier. Row Two-F. Bear, Direc.or, W. Douloet, M. Lounsberry, W. Guth, I. Bales, D. Hillman, B. Doubet, M. Reed, M. Weers, D. Geber, P. Faylor. Row Three-M. Filerbo, N. Stalter, C. Morgan, B. Parkhurst, A. Pfeiffer, D. Fatlieree, M. Gleason, E. Rock, H. Molchin, F. Green, D. St. Clair, Row Four-H. Holmes, I. Dorsey, I. Threw, M. Petrini, I. Welker, M. Simpson, V. Doubet, D. Arrowsrnith, H. Yancick, L. Haggerty, H. Zeglen. Absent-R. Almasi, I. Rock, V. Manock. SIXTH HOUR GIRLS' GLEE CLUB Row One-C. Macklin, M. Thurman, P. Westerby, G. Muzzarelli, I Rolando, L. lqaralli, V Sale, D. DePue, M. Williams, P. Porter, F. Doubet. Row Two-F. Bear, Director, C. Stalter, E. Lacey, B. Robinson, V. Manuel, I. Bennett, M. Stalter, P. Tuckey, I. Huey, B. Vier, V. Stufflebeam, L. Sutton. Row Three-B. McKinney, E. Crane, M. Holmes, R, McMullen, I. Greenfield, S. Snyder, B Knussman, D. Negley, L. Zeglen, l. Huey, I. Kroepel. Row Four-B. Learned, M. Gingerich, M. Doland, M. Crane, E. Ridley, M. Sepich, M. Brentz, F. Majdic, M. Morotti, I. Heller, G. Reed, I. Tusek. Absent-I. Morgan, M. Doubet. Page 47 FRESHMAN GIRLS' GLEE CLUB Row One-V. Clauson, S. Arney, P. Barlow, F. Olomon, I. Scott, M. Troxel, M. Lucas, P. Morgan, D. Gronewald, M. Vier, B. Van Houten. Row Two-P, Bear, Director, I. Fennell, S. Du Bois, D. Williams, L. Keel, K. Day, E. Boyer, A. Scott, C. Mitchell, D, Brown, M. Capron. Row Three-B. Bales, M. Suyclam, P. Williams, I. Gagliardo, B. Ridley, D. Northrup, I. Sut- ton, B. Fidler, l. Sheckler, C. Troxel, D. Morse. Row Four-M. Doubet, I. Doubet, P. Anderson, B. Arrowsmith, P. Wagner, ZX. Depperman, M. Hodgkinson, M. Plumer, M. Gingerich, R. Blackmer, B. Loven. CANTATA SOLOISTS Row One-M. Gingerich, M. Crane, I. Bolando, M. Williams, L. Zeglen, P. Majdic, M, Do- land, B. Knussman. Row Two-K. Sale, C. Haggerty, B. Muzzarelli, E. Boss, C. Iohns, H Allovio, B, Wasson, H. Holmes. - 'L 'N 1 Page 48 ' 2 , age 2, . gl . K if 2 S. L11 1 'I -H ir! ENSEMBLE Row One-M. Gingerich, M. Crane, D. Negley, G. Muzzarelli, L. Faralli, B. Knussrnan. Row Two-H. Holmes, R. Wasson, E. Ross. vis QUILL AND SCROLL Row One-R. McMullen, A. Heller, L, Faralli, D. Negley, I. Huey, N, Dunblazier, G. Muzzarelli. Row Two-P, Williams, P. Chiprnan, R. Wasson, H. Allovio, F. Majdic, B. Knussman, S. Snyder. Q , E I U Page 49 ' z NN.. ARGUS STAFF I Seated-H. Allovio, R. Wcrsson, Executive Ediior, B. Knussmcrn. Standing-P. Porier, R. McMullen, N. Dunbicrzier, R. Lint, P. Williams, R, Barley, A. Strong M. Simpson, M. Crane, E. Muzzcxrelli, L. Forczlli. ii? ARGUS STAFF ii Secxied-I. Huey, Executive Editor, F. Mojdic. Standing--M. Lewis, Advisor, A. Heller, I. Huey, S. Snyder, M. Morotii, P. Chipmon, I Almcrsi, E. Vier, D, Negley, E. Crorne, V. Scrle, B. Hedden, H. Holmes. Page SU 1 VOYAGEUR EDITORIAL STAFF Seated-R. Petrini, B. Knussman, I. Rolando, I. Huey, R. Wasson, fC. Macklin, F. Majdic, C. Stalter, V. Manuel, F. Doubet. Standing-M. Stalter, S. Clauson, B. Learned, M. Brentz, C. Churchill, H. Fidler, F. Molchin, L. Marlette, P. Williams, M. Doland, S. Whited. Absent-G. Guidotti. wir VOYAGEUR BUSINESS STAFF Seated-P. Westerby, l. Kroepel, B. McKinney, l. Threw, H, Allovio, Business Manager, P. Chiprnan, E. Karstetter, D. Hillman, M. Williarns. Standing-D. Colvin, W. Stear, K. Crawford, I. Heller, R. Groth, R. Bordignon, D. Riccioni, R. Larson. Page Sl LIBBABY CADETS Row One-D. Gronewold, B. lacobs, H. Allovio, M. Doland, l. Huey, M. Stalter, N. Dun- blazier, D. Geber, V. Sale, B. McMullen, L. Faralli, l. Kroepel, E. Clayberg. Row Two-B. Wasson, C. Stobaugh, M. Brentz, M. Holmes, M. Gingerich, V. Manuel, E Crane, H. Bitner, M. Morotti, M. Bird. Row Three-D. Schoonover, R. Barley, W. Powell, C. Baylor. Absent-B. Kauzlarich, B. Learned, L. Marlette. LATIN CLUB Row One-G. Muzzarelli, L. Faralli, M. Stalter, M. Lounsberry, C. Morgan, I. Bennett, B Vier, L. Sutton, P. Faylor, V. Sale, M. Kepple. Row Two-E. Bock, D. Negley, D. Gronewold, D. Wake, S. Holmes, E. Muzzarelli, R. Barley V. Venturi, C. Reed, l. Crawford, B. McMullen, E. Crane. Row Three-L. Haggerty, A. Bruninga, M. Doland, M. Petrini, M. Doubet, E. Vier, M. Morotti M. Crane, G. Reed, M. Gingerich, K. Whited, L. Mackey, advisor. Row Four-E. Boss, G. Clayton, B. lacobs, M. Conklin, B. Lint, l. Rutledge, C. Baylor, B Was'son, W. Eagleson, A. Strong, G. Bieber, H. Holmes. Absent-A. Heller. Page 52 SENlCR BRANCH FUTURE HOMEMAKERS OF AMERICA Row One-C. Macklin, W. Fulton, D. Geber, W. Eoubet, D. Phillips, A. Scott, M. Stalter B. Vier, N. Stalter, P. Faylor, B. Doubet, B. Hedden, I. Moll, W. Cowling. Row Two-B, Robinson, D. St. Clair, M. Reed, l. Kropel, M. Holmes, V. Manock, F. Green E. Crane, H. Holmes, I. Huey, C, Stalter, M. Reed, E. Lacey. Row Three-I, Karch, Advisor, H. Molchin, E. Rock, H. Zeglen, D. Negley, I. Greenfield S. Snyder, B. Learned, I. Tusek, B. Knussman, K. Whited, D. Fatheree, l. Huey, M Bennett. Row Four-L. Schoonover, P. Williams, M. Petrini, V. Doubet, E. Vier, P. Chipman, M Simpson, M. Brentz, F. Majdic, M. Doubet, M. Crane, H. Yancick, D. Arrowsrnith. IUNIOR BRANCH FUTURE HOMEMAKERS CF AMERlCA Row One-S. Arney, D. Gronewold, P. Morgan, M. Lucas, M. Troxel, I. Fennel, D. Brown M. Capron, I. Scott, F. Olomon, P. Barlow, M. Viet, B. Van Houten. Row Two--M. Clinch, Advisor, A. Scolt, B. Bales, M. Suydam, P. Williams, B. Fidler, I Gagliardo, B. Ridley, N. Eberley, C. Troxel, D. Morse, K. Day, D. Williams. Row Three-M. Doubet, B. Loven, I. Doubet, M. Gingerich, M. Welch, P. Vlfagner, M. Hodg- kinson, S. Wilson, M. Plumber, B. Arrowsmith, P. Anderson, R. Blackmer, I. Sutton. Page 53 FUTURE FARMERS OF AMERICA Row One-I. Kling, R. Mudd, P. McMaster, W. Slone, G. Varnes, M. Bitner, P. Smith, I Carson, B. Hebb, B. West, R. Morse. Row Two-I. Parks, Instructor, R. Kyles, L. Bailliez, I. Shaw, T. Doubet, C. Iohns, O. Keel C. Haggerty, G. Powell, L. Helle, L. Hebb, R. Mitchell. Row Three-I. Tusek, R. Linn, D. Woodcock, L. Harman, R. Penn, P. Threw, I. Grubb, E Polhernus, I. Record, R. Stremrnel, T. Harding, R. Stalter. Row Four-R. Price, V. Slone, L. Ross, G. Helle, l. Black, P. Lopeman, G. Pfeiffer, R. Bennett R. Welker, L. Hayward, R. Tuttle, D. Brown. Absent-C. Elliott, W. Schmitt. CLASS MONITORS Row One-A. Heller, E. Clayberg, P. Westerby, M. Williams, F. Doubot. Row Two-M. Holmes, M. Stalter, I. Greenfield, P. Tuckey, I. Rolando. Row Three-l. Kroepel, M. Bird, F. Maidic, F. Molcl'1in, L. Schoonover, B. Knusstton. 'Q af Page 54 concerned an lce Cream CHINA BOY A three-act comedy, "China Boy" was presented by the class of 50 lt Popularity Contest and a Well-mannered boy from ii? Cast Mrs. Parker ..... ...,...a B oberta McMullen Will Parker ,..,,. .......... H arry Holmes Annie .......... ........... E ileen Crane Bill Parker ....ioai ....... D onald Gronewold Selma Parker .,o,a ....... M arilyn Reed Bob Troutman aaa..., ........ E ugene Boss Lulu Mae Robinson w....,.. ,,,,,V.. V irginia Sale Charlotte Mack ..... ,,...i,, M arilyn Crane George Robinson ............ ,,,,,,.. R ichard Barley Mark Willis CCl'iina Boyl ,,,,,, .,,,..,,,,,,,,,,,,,...., P at Threw Director ot the Play ,it,..., .t........ M iss Lois Pelthoven Page 55 GOOD NIGHT LADIES The Argus Ploy Wos one of lost moving orction dnd inorny confusing de velopments. The plot wos centered oround dn old house which three teen ogers inherited. When the house wos mode into o girls' dormitory, in order to poly ex penses mony comicol cornplicotions developed. Cost Helen Boleigh ,,,,.. .,,..,,, B etty Knussmon ldne Boleigh ,,,,o ..e....,o G lorio Muzzdrelli Som Botleigh r,,, ,tv,,eo, B ichord Wosson "lug" Brown ...... .e.e,,,,,, D ick Borley Professor Dexter ...,,,. ,,,,..,e A llen Strong Deon Eggleby ...,... e,i,,,,v.. E rnmd Lou Vier Angelo Bimrnini ,e..... ..r,.,,, N oncy Dunblozier Lorry Dobson oe,,,. i,.,.,,, H enry Allovio Lulu Gitfen Ve,.,Y,t ..,,,,. V irginio Sole Iudy West ,,eee, ,,,t..e. D onnor Negley George West .t,,. .,,.....,,,,,,,,,,, D ick Lint Betty London . .....,.,. Roberto McMullen Director ot the Plory ,,t,,,e L L. ,Miss Mdrgoret Lewis Page 56 -W ,lf W f,.. 5 A , q w, .K k I . , 1, Alllufw SW' hx, mms fr- W, ziif-ff-hm? f :qi N. my - 4 4, ' 'S-1" K ' 3 5:2131 fK?Eiv,. fyyr' 1 3 . Q K fa- 7:5 was a I -K . .- 1 Q 5 in 1,39 '1f2"'9 V21 A 1 1 ' ,M ' 1 F as " N' 5 2 51 5, Page 57 355553599 F0152 QQ '1?g ,5r2 1 was f"FQ OF Wkffm F L'k' ini! . A gw J I ...f igemg Q iiifiww . 5 Li. Gini ,au-4 A I 4 . an L3 ihjif QiJ ?,j Page S8 fsgiifffffii' i.,,?2xlv, ig o Page 59 Page 60 o W JW x'Vg5i,f, D ks! 1 I+ 19 49' f CALENDAR SEPTEMBER 3-Ereshies got acquainted with E. C. H. S. today. 7-Ship Ahoy! Students started on their yearly voyage working on the decks of old F. C. H. S. The class officers were elected today. 8-The annual magazine campaign started today. lO-Tonight we were hosts to Havana for the first football game of the season. The result? We Won, 35-U. 17-We traveled to Tremont today. Victory No. 2. Score? 33-7. 22-Today the Polomeme Potters presented a very interesting assembly pro- gram. 24-Yippee! We got a day's leave CTeachers' lnstitutel. Another victory for the Farmers. This time with Washington 39-O. 28-Pay day ffor the teachers, that isl. OCTOBER- l-Another victory for F. C. H. S. This time with Morton 33-13. Seniors spon- sored a dance after the game. Z-The Library Cadets had their hayrack ride tonight. 5-My! What strange creatures are roaming around the halls tonight. It's the E. F. A. initiation! 6-The Iuniors selected their class rings today. 8-Farmers trounced Chillicothe 21-6. l5-Oh! those sweet, sweet teachers! Six Weeks exams today. Ho-Hum, an- other victory. This time with Lewistown, 26-U. 21-What a day! The Freshies found out who's who around F. C. H. S. We can still hear that beautiful bass? soprano? voice of Mr. Moberly singing in history class! Oh! Report cards. 22-Homecoming! Farmers defeated Eureka 32-U. Iuniors sponsored a dance in honor of our victory. 25-EEEK! A MOUSE! Oh, it's the F. F. A. Pest Drive Party! 29-Another victory. We trounced Cuba 26-O. NOVEMBER 3-How? Chief Sugar Brown and family entertained F. C. H. S. students with songs, dances, etc. Senior branch F. H. A. had their initiation tonight. 5-Farmers tripped Dunlap 20-12. ll-Armistice Day-We played Canton-PERIOD! l6-OUCH! T. B. tests today. 18-19-lunior Class Play-"China Boy." 23-Library Cadets sponsored an "Overall Party" tonight. 24-Pay day. Thanksgiving vacation began. 29-fllio Conference football banquet washeld tonight at Chillicothe. ' 30-Mr. Bertrand Shurtliff presented an interesting assembly program on wrestling. Farmington won first game of basketball season with Meta- mora-48-30. DECEMBER l-Christmas Seal Sale was today. 3-OHH!! Six-weeks exams again. We lost to Spoon River tonight 34-39. Page 62 CALENDAR 7-The "First Lady of the River," Mrs. Billy Bryant told F. C. H. S. of her ex-- periences on the river boat. 8-Groan-Groan-Report cards again. Farmington lost to Abingdon. lO-Farmers trounced Cuba by a score ot 59-25 tonight. l3-The annual F. F. A. Parent-Son Banquet was held to night. l44Canton's Little Giants edged the Farmers in an overtime by a score ot 5l-49. l6H-The candidates tor Quill and Scroll were initiated at a formal banquet. l6-l8-lllio Conference Basketball Tournament at Washington. The Farmers Won the lllio Tournament Championship by defeating Tremont by a score of 47-4l. l9-All school Christmas Cantata, "The Infant Holy" was presented tonight. 22-Pay day again. F. H. A. had their Christmas party tonight. 23-We dropped anchor for a two weeks' vacation at the good port ol Christ- mas Tide. 25-MERRY CHRISTMAS! IANUARY 1-HAPPY NEW YEAR! 3-Back to school alter a happy holiday season. 4-Farmers were hosts to Washington. We won 49-29. 7-Farmers trounced Valley High by a score ot 35-34. lO-Frederic Sjobiarn, one of the most experienced concert artists ol today, presented an assembly program. ll-Another victory for the Farmers. Lewistown's Indians were defeated with a score of 38-35. 14-The Conservatory Players presented an Oscar Wilde comedy, "The lm- portance ot Being Earnest," tor F. C. H. S. students. Farmers traveled to Eureka for basketball game. 17-Pierce, the Magician, showed us some ot his tricks. The show was spon- sored by the F. F. A. l8-The Farmers traveled to Dunlap to win with a score ot 38-30. 20-2lWSemester exams. OHH, my aching head! Farmers defeated Elmwood 52-33. 24-Report cards again. CMy Mommy done tole mel. Fulton County Tourna- ment began for second team. 26-Fulton County Tournament ends. Farmingtons second team captured third place honors. FEBRUARY l-We beat Chillicothe by a score ot 63-50. 2QArgus Play "Goodnight Ladies" was presented to school students, and at the Fireman's Fair. Was "George" ever cute in his red pantaloons!!! 2-5-Firemen's FairHFulton County Tournament-Farmington placed third. 7-The F. F. A. and F. H. A. had their "Overall Party" tonight. 8-We Won again! The Farmers beat Yates City 57-3U. lO4Freshmen sponsored a noon dance today. D. L. Wood sang tor us today. Page 63 CALENDAR ll-We dropped anchor again for another day's leave. lTeachers' lnstitutel. We Won at Havana tonight 42-38. 12-F. H. A. sponsored a chili supper. 14-The Fulton County Band Festival was at Canton. 15-We played Tremont tonight. l7-The Apollo Club Quartette from Illinois Wesleyan University sang for us. 18-Farmers sank Lewistown. 22-We were hosts to Canton tonight. 25-Farmers traveled to Morton tonight. 26-District Speech contests. MARCH l-4-Regional Basketball Tournaments. Six-weeks' exams. Oh! I wish I had studied. 8-ll-Sectional Basketball Tournaments. 9-Report cards. 17-19-State finals in basketball. The Sophomores sponsored a dance tonight. 24-Ian Hollander presented an assembly program. 26-District Solo Contests. 29-Fulton County Chorus Festival was held at Farmington tonight. CWhat fun!!! 30-Teachers' pay day again! APRIL 7-8-The Seniors presented the class play "Ghost Wanted." OOOOH! 9-District Music Contests. 13-Men's Glee Club from Illinois State Normal University. 15-Another day's leave-Good Friday! 18-We docked for Spring Vacation. 22-Woe is me-Six weeks' exams again!! Farmington Music Festival. 29-Iunior-Senior Prom! Theme was "A Night Among the Corals." Oh, what fun! Pay day again. 29-30-State Final Music Contests. MAY 2-The Trumpeteers presented an assembly program today. 3-The Fulton County Track Meet was held at Lewistown today. D 13-The "Freshies" had their Freshman-Eighth grade party tonight. Guess the little kiddies had some fun! 13-14-District Track Meet. 16-District Baseball Tournament Week. 20-lust think! This marvelous book came out tonight at the Voyageur Party. 23-Sectional Baseball Tournament Week. 26-Final exams. Got your lingers crossed? 27-Seniors were guests at the Alumni Reception and Dance. Gee, can those oldsters cut a rug!! 29-Baccalaureate. 30-Memorial Day-No school! 31-Groan-Semester exams againe-And the teachers got paid too! IUNE 2-Class Day. Senior Class Picnic. Umm-the food was really good! And did we have lun! 3-Commencement. Page 64 I 1 f sift? .-'T:v7A"ff0'hviw saw' f ! Z 6' - I , S' i M 'WL 'KL O Q , X ' w UI h ' Y NW 21, Zf"""' .f""!' H 4 D D H W d f ff ff' , Q-J" ' f' ' ,ii yf!,f!, , f P fre-9, Page 66 wi TW 3 ... . 5 S L is Page 67 Page 58 CLASS HISTORY It was a sunny day in August of l945 that ninety-three freshmen entered the halls of F. C. H. S. to begin their high school education. At our first meeting we elected Geno Guidoiti as presidentp Shirley Whited, vice president, and Peggy Chipman, secretary- treasurer. On October first, we underwent the most trying ordeal of our young lives, initiation by the seniors. Our first social event was entertaining the eighth graders at the Freshmen-Eighth Grade dance. lt was a huge success. The following fall saw ninety-two Forty-niners returning to school as sophomores. We started the year out by electing Fred Molchin as president, Bob Bennett, vice president, and Corda Macklin, secretary-treasurer. Our first money-making venture was the sponsoring of a Sadie Hawkins dance. Serving at the Iunior-Senior Prom was our most thrilling undertaking of the year. We also served at the Alumni Banquet. The following September, eighty-four Forty-niners returned as upperclassmen. We elected Howard Beard as president, Bob Groth, vice president, and Frances Doubet, secre- tary-treasurer. Last year, the busiest we had encountered, found us doing many things. We had charge of concessions at football and basketball games. We also sponsored the Homecoming dance. Our first attempt at drama was the staging of the lunior Class Play, "The Inner Willy." Our biggest event of .he year was being hosts to the seniors at the prom. The theme of our prom was "One Night in Heaven." We came back this year to write finis to the most unforgettable days of our lives. This year we elected Fred Molchin, president, Duane Colvin, vice president, and Dick Larson, secretary-treasurer. On October twenty-first we let the freshmen know who we were by initiating them. The next day was the annual Homecoming parade, football game, and dance. As the weeks and months flooded past quickly bringing to a close those never-to-be- forgotten moments, we staged the Senior Class Play. This year we were very proud indeed to be guests of the juniors at the Prom, and of the Alumni at the annual Alumni Banquet. At last the great moment had arrived! Clad in royal blue gowns, we grimly walked down the aisle at Baccalaureate and Commencement. Although we were all eager to receive our diplomas, we were very sorry indeed to leave the halls of dear old F. C. H. S. And so, as we take our last look, we all remember: "We have crossed the bayg the ocean lies before us." Page 69 'fig ,". . .k . . f ' P- ,"' asa : Row One-M. Williams, M. Brentz, B, Learned, B. Robinson, R. Groih. Row Two-D. Colvin, P. Williams, C. Stalter, M. Stalter, V. Manock. Row Three--C. Macklin, P. Porter, P. Wesierby. Row Four-P. Chipman, B. McKinney, B. Knussman, l, Huey, R. Wasson. Row Five---V. Manuel, l. Kroepel, A. Rock, A. Heller, I. lieller, G. Roe Page 70 65355 Q? Q if I 5 lr 1 052 .I I Y 09 7 .24 QP 1 W, AUTQGRAPHS Miuga' 1 23 . . ffbffgfw M M MW W QQ? . . ' ,A H w h lgje-ijfq, N0 QQ MX ' V A Q. 507' Af NW-fs4T Effyjyjlgb WWW 3 It P V, '1.' -If ,A-. ' fi-' I ,-MVT'-: . 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