Feitshans High School - Log Yearbook (Springfield, IL)
- Class of 1947
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Text from Pages 1 - 124 of the 1947 volume:
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We dedlcate thls 1947 LOG to one swell guy Mr Wax H
came to Feltshans ln 1934 and rn the 13 years he has be n wrth us
has been one of our most popular teachers he IS Athletlc Dlrector
and coach of our Football and Track teams As Football Coach of
the Flyers he has qmded our teams to many vrctorles and brought
to us Clty and Central Conference Champronshrps HIS track teams
have generally been among the top ranklnq teams of thrs area Th s
past year he has undertaken the added task ol attendance ofhcer and
dlscrplmarlan and proof of h1s outstandlnq tact has been the fact
that he has mamtalned the respect and admrratlon of all students
We are happy to bestow th1s honor upon Eal W Wax
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Senlors of 47 June
June G I Graduates
IO ANNE BAUGH
Front Row: Henry Sexton, Toussunl Anderson, Iohn DeWitt
Buck Row: Robert Suter, Eugene Howett, Charles Turrentine
SENIORS NOT PICTURED
BERNARD Nora Otto
ZEMAN Wanda Tumer
Class of January
Fertshans Hrah School may well be proud of lts Iarluary 1947 Graduates Its mem
bers have submltted very outstandmq talents m thelr tour years ot membershlp takmq act1ve
parts m such oraar11zat1or1s as the A Cappella Cholr Band G A A and all our athlet1c act1v1t1es
We have rmssed the1r SI'Illl1I'lQ faces smce they left us m mld year but we st1ll know that no
matter where they are or what they may be domq they W1ll be makmq good Whether rt be m
College or m the busmess World
January G I Graduates
Fxrst Row Iames Myers Ir Iames Scott Charles Beck Thomas Pxnn
Second Row Wxllxmn Fox Robert Campbell Wtllxam Howell Donald Newquxst Iohn Mathers
Back How Wxlltam Heaton Orbxe Camtield Charles Adams Elzxe Humphrey Herbert Lauchner Walter Neff
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BRUCE THOMPSON Pmsmem
RICHARD POLIC V1cePres1dent
DORALYN SINGLETON, Secretary.
BILL HAMENDE, Vice-President.
NORMA JEAN BRANDON, Secretary.
MARILYN UTINSKE, Treasurer.
DON WISEMAN, President.
IIM SMITH, Vice-President
EDWARD WYCOFF, Secretary
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FRED C NICHOLS
Mr N1CVlOlS our prmmpdl In h1S hcmds rests tHe Job of ddm1r11ster11'1q
our sc'1 CW pr HD IS ever cle-ri to studcnfs Pee-dq dvd does ev rythm
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MR WAX Decm of Students
li this title is rather puzzling its Just another way of say
ing attendance officer and disciplinarian Mr Wax has narge
classes or absent from school This is a very tough Job but
Mr Wax handles the Job in such a way that responsibilities
are rnet perhaps riotwith a smile but at least without a grudge
of disciplining both boys and girls when they skip, are tardy to
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n Q' 1 S M.A. Univ. of MQ.
There is a greaf deal more to the study of English than nouns,
pronouns, adjectives and verbs. lffernorizing poetry and reading some
of the great English works are also important phases. Outside books
and plays are read and reports given, thus increasing experience in
speaking betore people. The Readers Digests are always in great
demand. The writing of essays, short stories and autobiagraphies,
beside providing interesting reading, furnish experience in the means
ot clear self-expression.
There have been reports of some very lively debates in some of
our English classes. Programs both in the classroom and on the
assembly stage have enlivened the courses considerably and have
permitted a large number of students to pertorrn before their class-
mates and the school as a whole. lncidentally, some of them are
pretty good actors.
All in all our English department is doin? CI pretty nice job in
instructing us in meeting present demands in the use ot English.
A HOT DEBATE IUST GETTING READY TO START
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SECOND A CAPPELLA
Miss Matlock hos devised o system ot choirs
whereby she con be sure oi the quolity ot voices
in her A Coppeiio qroup. The Second A Coppelio
orid the Girls' Choir ore the trdmmq ground for the
future First A Coppeiio members, oil ot which in'
sure o better ond firmer Choir of which Feitshoris is
Conservatory of Music
Our fine Feitshons bond owes port or its success to the excellent development progrozii
which Mr. McCoy corries on with his beginners. The individuol instruction ond prootioe,
olonq with the opportunity to ploy with the "Second Bond" keeps ihe beginning sfudent on his
toes ond eoqer to ledrn. Every znernber oi second bond looks torword to the hfrppy drry
when he rndy stove up the lodder to 'The Bond," his cherished gool.
A lot of tirne ond o lot niore potience is required to bring these boys
ond qirls olonq io the point where they ore oble to reod rnusic ond
ploy whot they reod. There is no doubt thot the Feitshons High School
Bond is one of the best in this section ot the stote ond dll ot us ore
proud whenever we see our bond perform whether it be in our -
sernblies or in d porode in sorne civic crotivity. The second bond is
the stortinq point of the finished product.
B.M. Univ. ol Ill.
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Our social science courses tend to make each student a better
American, at the same time offering stiff tests, oodles ot dates, and
plenty of headaches. The intricacies ot our American government, and
the working ot our democracy provide a very interesting subject. Amer-
ican History and World History offer the usual maze ot dates to learn,
while teaching us some ot the important events in the background ot
our country and the world.
Qur Social Problems classes each year take field trips to lackson-
ville, thus increasing our understanding ol the conditions under which
other people not so fortunate as we, live. This tends to have a very
humanizing and sobering etfect on the seniors, with the added realiza-
tion that lite is not just a "bowl of cherries."
KEEPING UP WITH THIS CHANGING WORLD OF OURS
MA. Univ. of Colo
MA. Northwestern U.
L a n g u a g e
Which do you prefer Latin or Spanish? lvlrs. Prugger capaloly
leads the study ct Caesar, Cicero, and grartiiar If Lfztn while at
sanie tinie our relationships with Latin America are accentuated. The
airn is to get the students to read, write, and understand Spanish with
emphasis on speaking ability according to present day airns ot Pair
Aniericanisrn. lNe've all heard ruriors that Latin is a dead language
but don't be fooled, a knowledge ot Latin is a very nice thing to have.
Those who talce language courses enioy them,
IT COULD BE GREEK I-'OR ALL WE KNOW
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IUST CLAY IN THEIR HANDS
DC you rrke to zrifzke riecrurrful tlzmqs prcrures fcrvirs, XTCSTQYS, and
zgerimizc rzrticfes? Tflfflff be sure ta: ff':P:f1 crdvizrziirge f" 'mr fzrie Url
Classes. Mrs. Rielkg rs always sfrrvrrij te cievelep Crit Qzxdersrcmdmg
cmd Qrpprecifztifri of dzfieremi Qxrf ?XfiI9SSl'2IIS filing wrrzz ine skrli, :md
tecrxrrrques zresessfrry TC Carry them Cui, The required reporfs help
is brcudei tie kiewledge ef art wcrk arid Lnsreizse epzr Qzppresictrczr
of serie ef the f1XGY tlirigs cf life. Exfizzty ef cur ssrrcd cstivxies are
great. ' lfldzlljf? ' is the
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Horne Economics helps the student to rneet the needs ot every
day lite, tor the strength ot CI ndtlon depends on the neulth cl its Citizens.
Girls ore qlven trolntnq in Coolclng, IQlClflIllY'lTj it 'fVQll'l'lCllf1NC9d rneol,
and how to serve lt attractively. ln tlxe sewlnq Closses we ore taught
how to dress well dt low Cost by sewing for ourselves. Child develop-
nlent ond tonnly relotionsldps are olso studled tn this depfxrtrrient.
Courses such ds these train girls to become better honiernolcers.
M-m-m-m-PORK CHOPS! DON'T THEY LOOK GOOD?
B.A. Univ. of Iowa
NLS. Univ. of Wis
PADDLE BADMINTON-SOME GAME!
Take your choice of team sports, individual sports, calisthenics, games, posture work,
stunts, tumbling, howling or what have you. All these and more are offered in our P. E.
courses. A well-rounded program is mapped out for the physical development of the indie
vidual boy and girl, Through these activities the physical mental and social integration of
each high school student is developed.
lntraniural competition enlivens the program and victories won compensate for the tired
and aching muscles and the scratches and bruises that often accompany the contests.
A.B. Bradley Tech.
MRS. DORIS HELPHINSTINE MISS CLIFFORDINE MOUNTZ
Attendance Clerk Secretary-Treasurer
Want to see how a school ottice operates? Then just spend a day with our otttce statt.
Answering telephone calls, checking attendance, signing slips, nzaking out reports, writing
letters, calling parents and niany other tasks make up an ordinary day for these two young
Rain or shine, they are on the job, trying to keep both faculty and students in a satisfied
mood. They are, indeed, a valuable part of our school.
Although most students do not like to be sent slips requesting thern to corne to the office,
yet they know that they will receive the most courteous and prompt attention from Miss
Mountz and Mrs. Helphinstine.
Standing: MRS. FRANK STARK, Treasurer: MRS. EDGAR CALL, President.
Sealed: MISS ELIZABETH COGSWELL, Second Vice-President:
MRS. ALBERT COLEMAN, Recording Secretary.
Feifshans High School has a
ParenteTeacher organization which
really functions. They work hard
all year and do rnany worthwhile
The Carnval was their mai:
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money rnaicxng prcgect tnis year
and it was a huge success. The
4 P.T.I-li. was largely responsible tor
ff" cur new stage curtain and the
'.'.'1IidC'.'J curtains in the audiior-
iuzrz. They are really nice.
Student Advisory Committee
Front Row Ronny Ellxs Rxla Follrs Paul Claycomb Wanda Watkms
Back How Don Wiseman Bruce Thompson Bernard Zeman Pete Urbus Clarence Senor
Last year the students thtnlcmq they needed more vo1ce 1D the school government were
helped by Mr Nlchols to form the AdV1SOTY Commtttee sometlmes known as the Commtttee
All school protects are looked over by thls cornrruttee and problems are worked out wtth
the cooperatlon ot the students representatlves Mr N1chols and the faculty
Th1s commlttee workma wtth the student counc1l should be m a posmon to meet every
rea onable hanae ln the act1v1t1es of the school whlch the student body m1qht request
Each class ln the school IS represented thus assurlna all students a votce tn thts qovern
body We hope that future years w1ll tlnd the comm1ttee workmq toward the aoal tor
whtch they were oraamzed A Better Fe1tshans
Mr N1chols who IS the Commntees advts r was absent when the group p1cture was
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Fi-on! Row: Vono, Weisenbacker. Icckson, Wall, Bibb, Gedcminski, Watkins, Cole.
Second Row: Brandon, Ross, Scroqqins, Matuszki, Schmidt, Copi, Talley, Copp, Miss Helen Peifer.
Back Row:-Sturm, Dexheimer, Schultz. Lcxulerbuch. Dentino, O'Connor, Fortner.
The Student Council is one ot the older organizations that helps in governing the school
making a success of school projects, and solving problems in the school and working har-
moniously with faculty, P. T. A. and student organizations.
The nieriibers of the Student Council are chosen by home roorns with tour appointed by
They rneet once a week under the direction of Miss Helen Peiter.
Robert Schultz is the President through council vote. This year the Student Council con-
d in Chicago and many of our members attended.
We are glad that we have a Student Council that really functions.
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National Athletic Scholorship Society
I-'ront Row Copl Pendleton Urbas Schultz Doertler Hartley
Second Row Mr Earl Wax McBnde Fox Zeman Schmmng Wallace I Smith I Smxth Dexhexmer
ln thls orqanlzatlon Mr Wax has not only h1s pr1ze athletes but the schools pnze stu
dents s1nce a 3 5 average IS one of the qualltlcatrons besldes earnrnq at least one Varslty
letter They have club DIHS and are honored by their space on the staae at Recoanmon As
To any boy that enters the Nanonal Scholorsh1p So xety Conqratulanonslll
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A Cappella Choir
"The sopranos are flat-a little more on the alto--that's itenow louder!" shouts Miss
Matlaclc at the choir rehearsals, and the sopranos qet on pitch, the alto section swells in
volume as the group responds to her directions.
These are the people who show a real love for music. Robed in blue, and solemn faced,
they make an impressive appearance wherever they perform.
Of course you remember their many appearances this year, the fine solos, lovely duets,
the newly formed "Rainbeaus," and above all the choral arrangements.
The Christmas proqram was wonderful and every member certainly did his best. lt was
one of the nicest affairs of the year.
Front Row: Fortner, Copi, McCoy, Schultz, Hughes, MacKay, Hamende.
Second Row: Sabo, Pendleton, Urbas, Haqaman, Dexheimer, I. Smith, Mr. Wax.
Third Row: Glas, Doertler, Merrill, McBride, Matlock, Polic, Wallace, Nation.
Back Row: Hartley, Zeman, Schnirrinq, Fox, Gilbert, Drury, Atterberry.
Every boy who wiris a rnajor award iri arty sport is thereby eligible tor adziissiori irito
this club and has already achieved one of the objects of this oraariizatiori, which are three
fold: the promotion cf companionship, the furtherance of athletics, arid the winning of a
rziajor athletic award.
This group rieets at the school and has Coach Earl Yfax as their adviser. Keep up the
aood Work, boys!
The "Log" Staff
And now it is finished. After innumerable hours of concentrated Work and planning the
staff of the i947 "Log" presents you with these highlights of the year as a tangible founda
tion for your memories. lt is the staff's sincere hope that this volume will meet with your ao
Senior Editor ..........
Iunior Editor .....
Sports Editor .....
Roland E. Zook
......,lvTartha Ann Lauterbach
Business lflanager .
Art Editor ............
..............T!lary Frances Hughes
.........Bette Ruth Allen
Sedlalc, Pat Vidamcur
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Front Row: Vasconscelles, Ccxnhum. Polic, I. Smith. Copi, I. Smith.
Back Row: Schultz. Doerfler, Mr. Kenney. Zeman, McBride, Glas, Urbas.
The Hi-Y Club, which previously had been one of the more outstanding school organiza-
tions, came back to lite this year. Under the supervision of Mr. Kenney, the club met twice
monthly at the Y.M.C.A. Bob Schultz was elected president for the year.
Any Senior or lunior boy who possesses good citizenship, along with the things that that
implies is eligible for membership. Clean speech, clean scholarship, clean athletics and clean
living are the planks ot the Hi-Y Club.
The biggest prciect of the year tor the boys was the Amateur Show in May. This event
went over big so the boys decided to send one of their members to a two-week convention at
the University ot lowa in lowa City, lowa. The remainder oi the money was used to send
some of the members who would return next year to the l-li-Y Camp in Decatur.
May the club carry on the fine tradition ot former clubs.
Bock Row: Finley, Zemcn, Mr. Zook.
Front Row: Miss Kasis, Miss Pollock,
Martha Ann Luuterbach.
Yes, those good assemblies
you enpoyed this year were the
direct responsibility of this
group here. At least one as-
serribly was held each week
and sornetirnes rztore. Variety
sure. The conirrrittee telt that
this was needed and did a
good job in bringing to the stu-
dent body some outstanding
Sonie ot the programs will be rernernbe-red by the pictures in the assernbly section of the
"l.QG." Qthers will not need any help to bring back rziernories of what :vent on in the audi-
toriurn during these prograrns. May the ccrnrnittee of next year do as well as this year's did.
The students really appreciated it.
"We want a dance." This, brought to the attention ot the Dance Cornrnittee, usually re-
sulted in sorneone staging a hop ot some kind cr other.
The work of this cornniittee was to plan a convenient date for a dance and to shop around
tor an organization to sponsor it. The coriitnitte-e itselt did not stage arty dances but only
acted as a clearing house for all dances that were held.
This is the tirst year tor the Dance Coztirnittee and they have rnade another step toward
good student government. Our only hope is that we have rziore and more dances. The proms
are Wonderful and these special dances are really enjoyable. They all add so rnuch to our
Back How: Mr. Wilson, Miss Peiier,
Miss Ferreira, Miss Body.
Front Row: Don Finley, Evelyn Wil-
liams, Bob Wallace,
When the clatter of pots and pans in the kitchen starts reachina the ears of those students
in the study hall they know that food will soon be ready for them.
These workers deserve a lot of credit because they make such delicious meals and keep
our stomachs filled with the proper thinas.
The addition of the eating room in the basement allowed us more freedom at noon for
which we are thankful.
We hope that we can continue to have our lunches prepared for us in the same appetiz-
ina fashion to which we have become accustomed in eating our cafeteria food.
Delores Clanney and Mary Grace
Myers do a rushing business when-
ever the candy truck cm-ives.
tNote the satisfied look on the cus-
1946 Varsity Squad Co-Champions of Central Conference
Polic. Hartley. Merrill, Thomas, White, Wallace, Bradley.
Mr. Wax. Haqaman, Griffith, Drury. Humphrey, Gilbert, Atterbury, Bruss. Fox, Mr. Barnisk.
Fortner, Matlack, McCoy, Smith, Schultz, Hamende, Pandleton. Dexheimer. Nation,
Sabo, Winston, Copi. Smits, Hubbard, Isom Lee, Matuszke.
Feitshans l3 Peoria Central 2U
Feitshans l8 Springfield 32
Fe-itshans 27 Lanphier 7
Feitshans l9 Cathedral l9
Feitshans O Gillespie 2l
Mr. Wax has been Director of Athletics, Foot-
ball and Track Coach since l933. This beina his
thirteenth year he naturally hoped for a bit of
luck. Our first aarne was played on Friday the
thirteenth, and we lost 20 to l3, addina insult to
Mr. Vfax is known throuahout Central illinois
for sonie of the fine teams he has turned out. ln
her brief history Feitslians has conquered the
Central Conference four tirnes and has been City
Champions twice. 'Ne wish our coach more suc-
cess with his fourteenth and cornina years and
naturally expect rnore championship tearns.
Feitshans l2 lacksonville
Feitshans 38 Lincoln
Feitshans 33 Carlinville
LEADERS OF THE CHAMPS
Captain Hartley and Coach Wax
Varsity Squad 1950
Feitshans U Lanphier
Feitshans O Lanphier
Feitshans l9 St. lames
Feitshans l9 St. larnes
Feitshans 5 Springfield
Feitshans 20 Sprinqfield
Feitshans 6 Cathedral
Feitshans 6 Cathedral
These girls really pep up
the student body as well as
the football and basketball
teams. Their routines are
cute-and so are they, we
Freshman Football has always been
popular at Feitshans and from these teams
come the best players for the future years.
Feitshans has more City Championships
than any other City Team. Prior to l944 they
held it for Seven consecutive Years. This
Year they were edqed by Lanphier twice
but We can expect our Freshman to be in
there playina with all their spirit.
OUR SNAPPY CHEERLEADERS
Feitshcxms vs. Springfield.
SPRINGFIELD 32 FEITSHANS I8
In our first city game we were very
much off form. In the first quarter S. I-I. S.
scored three touchdowns. In the second
quarter Bradley plunged over for our first
counter. The half ended 20 to 6 with
Springfield on top.
The second half lim White grabbed
a pass and hit paydirt. In the last quarter
Springfield went over. Al Bradley caught
a pass for our last score. Springfield
scored again and the game ended with
them ahead 32 to 18.
FEITSHANS I9 CATHEDRAL I9
In the first quarter Merrill broke loose for a
65 yard touchdown run. Matlack proceeded to
run back a punt for 65 yards for our second
score. In the second quarter Cathedral scored.
We were ahead l3 to 6 at the half.
The second half Cathedral again hit and
the score was I3 all. White caught a pass to
put us in the lead but with one minute to play
Cathedral scored making it I9 to IQ.
FEITSHANS 27 LANPHIER 7
We were definitely up in the Lanphier game.
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In the first half Merrill and Matlack scored. A I if
In the second half Merrill again drove over.
Lanphier then scored to avoid a shutout. A ,. " My It -'
touchdown pass to Atterberry ended the score H AT I '
ing and we won 27 to 7 for our first Conference A 5 .
Hamende Hclfbcck Bradley Hclfback
FEITSI-IANS I2 IACKSONVILLE 7
The laclcsonville game is always good.
They have never beaten us but try harder
every year. In the second quarter Merrill scored
our first touchdown.
The third quarter was scoreless but in the
fourth Merrill again saw the goal line flash
by. With five minutes to play lacksonville
scored but the game ended l7 to 7 with F. I-I. S. 43.429515
FEITSHANS 33 CARLINVILLE 7
This determined our Conference champion-
ship. In the first quarter Merrill went over. Car-
linville then scored. Feitshans bounced back to
count with White lugging the ball. The half
ended l3 to 7.
In the third period I-Iamende broke loose to
raise our total. Atterberry caught a pass to help
the cause. Bruss scored the last touchdown by
a pass from Bill Hamende. The game ended
33 to 7.
Merrill-Halfbuck. Matlack-Hulfback. Schultz-Center. McCoy-Guard
Feitshcns over Lunphier.
FEITSHANS 38 LINCOLN I3
Feitshans had several reasons for
wanting to beat Lincoln so did Lloyd At-
terberry after alrnost lostng nts teeth last
year. In :ne first auarter Atterberry caught
a pass for a touchdown. Linoan tnen
scored, Atterberry accounted for the sec-
ond score, again by a pass. Lincoln
scored again and the half ended I3
The final period saw an inspired group
of flyers. Atterberry scored Bradley and
Pendleton put on two more while 'White
ran a punt over, end1ng ine game 38 to l3.
PEORIA CENTRAL 20 FEITSHANS i3
ln the first play of the game Peoria made a
touchdown. ln the second quarter they again
scored. Feitshans received after a few minutes
of the second quarter and Matlaclc went over.
In the second half Feitshans received but
Peoria held and drove on down the field to score.
Feitshans received and after a long series of
drives Merrill hit paydirt to end the scoring with
Peoria Central winning 20 to l3.
GILLESPIE 21 FEITSHANS O
ln our game with Gillespie we failed to
score. They went over in each of the first three
quarters converting each time to make the
game end 21 to O.
This was our only shutout of the year and
after the Gillespie game we won our last three
1946 FOOTBALL REVIEW
The l946 Flyer Squad, much improved over
the l945 team of sophomores and iuniors, were
Co-Champions of the Central Conference. With
' 12 lettermen returning we naturally expected
a banner year.
W Those who will not he with us next year
are Bob Schultz, Charlie Matlack, Lloyd Atter-
berry, Al Bradley, Tim White, Chuck Hartley,
Nmio"'ce"'e" Elzie Humphrey, lrvin Smith, Frank Copi, and s"bo'H'm"'Ck
Smith-Gvflfd' Toe Sabo. Although we are losing ten we have Vidamour-M91
Foriner-Mgr, H19 SCITUG Ihlkllflbef YQlLlfI'1lI'lq.
Our baclcfield had an average weight of l55 pounds and our line an average weight of
l7O pounds with Schultz, Humphrey, and Atterberry furnishing most of the bulk. According
to averages it was a light line but the speed made up for it. We greatly outscored many of
our opponents which helped our record average. We scored 159 to their l32. As the records
show, we were really rolling toward the end of the season.
1947 Basketball Squad
Feitshans 52 Auburn 48
Feitshans 58 Girard 43
Feitshans 51 Lanphier 53
Coach Leroy Halberq
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The 1947 Basketball
squad was composed
mostly of Seniors who
will be lost by gradua-
tion either in Iune or
next Ianuary. Those
leaving in Iune are
Lloyd Atterberry, Char- Nfefbeffi'
lie Matiack, Fred Mcf
Bride, Bernard Zeman,
Torn Schnirring and
Lloyd Atterberry had the honor of being chosen the most
valuable player in the city for the season. He received a beautiful
trophy from radio station W.T.A.X.
Our team was hindered all year by sickness of two of last
year's starting five. Bob Wallace had a football injury and Charlie
Matiack developed pneumonia which kept him out most of the
season. After he returned our Regional hopes rose but we were
edged by Lanphier in the finish.
We can expect a fair team next year with Midge Merrill,
lack Glas, Bill Hamende, and Pete Urbas carrying our colors.
However Glas and Merrill will graduate in Ianuary.
We were outscored by our opponents by a little over 200
points. We' scored l,i53 to their 1,380 Lloyd Atterberry was high
scorer for the season and was in every game. He had a i4 point
We entered the Holiday Tournament at Mount Vernon. We
lost to University High but the boys had a swell time, so they
said. We hope this Tournament will be an annual affair.
We know most of the first ten will be composed of this years
reserves and they had a fair year and plenty of action and ex-
perience, so next year can't be too bad. Here's hoping!
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not win the city high school
tournament they did have the
medalist ot the event in Char-
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enough-even tried to break
some clubs, but the bunkers
and sand traps tinally got them
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Achievement Awards Are Proudly Received
Athletic, Choir, Band, G. A. A., Student Council, D. A. R., Chamber of
Commerce, Commercial and Magazine Sales Awards and Prizes ao to Many
Student in Annual Awards Assembly.
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We're proud ot
They really were giving
Feitshans a good name.
the District and State Music Contests
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Betty Jean Mahr Nancy Tostberg Charles Foster
Charles Foster Donna Reeves Robert Taylor
Kitty Schneider Gloria Thom Bob Hodqen
Rosemary Klaus Rodney England Kitty Schneider
Amateurs Perform Nobly In Annual Event
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September 3 PIIS1 day of school and we
sure are glad-or are we?
September 13 Had a ktckotf assembly at
wh1ch we chose our cheerleaders Bunny
Carr lol-Xnne Baugh Betty Shaffer Evelyn
Harmony and Paul Claycomb Had a
football mov1e too Played Peor1a Central
they beat us 20 to 13 Looked good even
September 20-Had a pep assembly and
the band played Played S H S and they
beat us tn an GXCIUHQ game of 32 to 18
Gettmg to be a hab1t 1snt mt?
September 23 Second and th1rd penods
each gave some of the1r txme to Rubmott
and HIS V1ol1n he played n1ne dtfferent
arrangements of Don t Fence Me ln and
many more select1on qurte a guy H
thmks so too
October 3 The game wlth Cathedral was
sang for P T A
October 10 Teachers Insntute We play
October 11 The cho1r sang at the lnstltute
th1s morn1ng Played G1ll9Sp1G there and
they won 21 to O
October 15 The 1946 yearbooks came Very
October 16 Had T B tests thls rnornlng
and no one tamted tor a change
October 17 Free danctng started thls noon
Had pep assembly at wh1ch Bernard Ze
man was emcee Mr Zook and Mr Wax
talked to us Iames Whlte Charlte Mat
lack Lloyd Atterberry 1rv1n Sm1th and
Bob Schultz a11 gave speeches D Rlch
mond G Sedlak B Rountree and H Con
nelly sang Game w1th lacksonv1lle post
poned untxl Saturday because f bad
October 18 P T A Fathers n1ght the cho1r
October 19 Saturday n1ght and Iackson
v11le came over here to get beat 12 to 7
October 25 lack Ramon from the Rept1le
Gardens 1n Kentucky talk cl to us about
snakes Dor1s Sm1th and Ruth1e Claycomb
each held one We traveled to Llncoln to
n1te and the score was 38 to 13 good
November 1 Had an assembly prevlew of
the Camlval to be g1ven ton1te There 1S
to be a Style Show Puppet Show Plcture
Gallery and a House of Horror and much
more Helen Wall was crowned queen ln
her court were IoAnne Baugh Marllyn
F Hughes Bunny Carr leanette Carver
Delores R1chmond and elan Schnexder
and the1r escorts
November 8 Armlstlce Day assembly B111
Berntng as emcee Mr Roberts a lawyer
spoke to us Nancy Hatcher and Betty
Stme sang Over There Played Car11n
v11le there and won also won the Central
Conference Champ1onsh1p Hooray tor our
teaml'We re so proud
November 15 Student Councrl dance Tur
key Trot Charlle Rodgers orchestra
played and everyone had a swell trme
The Charm Ouartet of g1r1s sang to us nfth
hour D1d numbers from Oklahoma and
Song of Norway
November 18 The football team was hon
ored at a dmner at the Leland Hotel glven
by the Rotary Club Thanks Rotanans
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November 19-Semor Class party at Ltn
coln Pavmhon good ttme had by all
November 22 Assembly 1n wh1ch the
Style Show of the carntval was repeat
ed Mr Wax and Mr Halberg spoke to
us and the cheerleaders gave a few yells
Had our f1rst basketball game of the sea
son ln whlch Rlverton beat us 33 to 31
November 25 Ftfth perlod om1tted and had
a assembly by three blmd men from
MEXICO who sang for us and played gu1
tars Mr Cooper then showed us how they
read and wrrte
November 26 Played Lmcoln here and we
beat them tn a hot game of 52 to 47 Thxs
IS much better
November 27 Thanksg1v1ng Assembly
Iames Whlte was emcee Betty Strne
played the ptano and Nancy Hatcher d1
rected us Rlchard Clark sang The Lords
Prayer The Bev Iohn Osborn gave the
address and Constant1ne Iohns played
three pleces on the vroltn
December 3 Played Petersburg and w
beat them 42 to 41 ln a very excltlng
December 5 Played Iacksonvtlle here and
they beat us 32 to 29 Had a Spamsh as
sembly 1n wh1ch there was a bull flght
and a lot of smgmg Costumes were very
December 7 Played Lanphter and they
beat us 41 to 32 Thts must stop'
December 10 P1cture Show second per1od
Laurel and Hardy tn Flymq Deuces
Played Mt Pulaskx Lost agam but put up
a good ftght
December 15 Fettshans Cholr gave therr
Chr1stmas Vesper Servxce There were a
lot of solo and harmony parts Some of
the people who took part were Nancy
Hatcher Betty Stme Iohn Keehn Frank
Copl lack Pendleton and Chuck Matus
Zkl Was really a grand performance
December 17 Played Clmton there and
they won 52 to 21 When ts that worm
December 18 Spr1ngf1e1d Hlgh s Symphony
Orch came over and serenaded us srxth
hour They were very good
December 20 Played Athens 1n our own
gym they beat us Dance afterward Im
gle Iangle lump wrth Chuck W11sons
Orch Had school Chr1stmas play Got out
December 24 N1ght Before Xmas' Had to
sew up that hole-darn tt
December 27 Played 1n tournament at Mt
Vernon We played Normal Untversxty
and they won 41 to 32
lanuary 2 Fxrst day of school th1s year
Some dldnt remember
Ianuary 4 Played Carl1nv1lle we won 33
Ianuary 7 Played Mt Pulaskt there and
they beat us 62 to 26 BAD
January 10 Played Wtllxamsvrlle we won
50 to 38 Had a 92 assembly today Patsy
Copp announcer Cute wasnt 1t'P
Ianuary 11 Played Cathedral they won 40
to 35 Ho hum'
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Ianuary l4 Pep assembly for tonlghts
game w1th Sprmgfleld they won 43 to 26
Sure mlss Matlack
Ianuary 17 Second A Cappella Cho1r gave
a concert sang three songs Played
Beardstown they won 41 to 64 Too much
lanuary 23 Graduahon Charles Trrmmer
gave the address and the cholr sang Good
luck klds We ve got a llttle more t1me to
lanuary 24 Prom Charlle Rodgers orches
tra played Nrce evemng and most of
Ianuary 25 Played St Iames there and beat
them 48 to 32
Played Vlrden there and we
we d1d 52 to 43 Two strarght
Played lacksonvrlle and they
won 43 to 30 Seems to me Ive heard that
February 6 Mr Chrttenden came and start
ed us on the magazlne sale dr1ve
February 8 Played Glllespre there they
Won 60 to 42
February ll Played Decatur here and they
beat us 85 to 30 the worst 1n our h1story
February 19 Played Krncald and they won
52 to 38
February 20 Magazme assembly lots f
k1ds pledged to sell the magazmes 1 d1d
February 24 Mr Zook announced xn assem
bly that we went over our quota rn the
February 25 Played VIIQIDIG there and
they beat us 55 to 39 The Soclal Problems
class gave another talk over W T A X
february 28 Played Clmton here score
was 42 to 32 thelr favor natchl
March 3 Noth1ng except the bus str1ke1 1
l1ke to walk dont you?
March 5 Played Auburn at Vlrden rn the
Regronal Tourney and we won The score
was 52 to 48
March 6 Played Glrard at Vrrden rn the
second game of the tourney and we beat
them we d1d' 58 to 43 Had an assembly
today 1n whrch we gave a few yells sang
the school song and Mr Nlchols spoke
Drums Along the Mohawk Good show
Played Lanphler ln the fmal game of the
tournament and they beat us 53 to 51
Sob sob' Well we wont lose any more
March 14 Funeral of The Log 1D wh1ch
the Rarnbeaus sang The Old Rugged
Cross and the mrnlster was Paul Clay
comb C Matlack L Atterberry B Zeman
and R Schultz were pallbearers All the
rest of the yearbook staff were dresesd ln
black and were rn mournrng m the back
ground Betty St1ne played the funeral
March 19 Elsa Moegle harpxst played for
us thrs mornlng Wanda Watkms was the
M C Mrss Moegle explamed how the
harp worked and played many pleces
Mr Nlchols spoke and then Myron Wal
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don of WTAX gave Lloyd Atterberry May 6 Band Concert Swell program They
a trophy for basketball and all around
March 24 Banquet for the lettermen lohn
MacWherter spoke to the boys The boys
qumtet sang Mr Zook as toastmaster
told some good ones
March 25 Homeroom The Soc1a1 Problems
call had the1r second program over
W T AX Roy lohnson Rlchard Mrller
Dorothy K1nd and Barbara Lynard spoke
Aprll 3 A group from Oberlln College ln
Oh1o gave us a program fn classrcal mu
src One of thelr pleces was Fhght of the
Bumblebee Don Flnley was emcee
Apr11 21 Baseball game w1th Cathedral
whxch we won ll to 9 We lost the track
meet to Lanphler
Apr11 23 Robert Schultz was the M C 1n an
assembly 1n whlch Mlss Anlta Blalr bhnd
lady from Chrcago was the mam feature
along w1th her seelng eye dog Fawn Mlss
Ross Red Cross Nurse showed us a p1c
ture show about Mlss B1a1r and Fawn
Fawn dld a few tr1cks In the afternoon
an orchestra from M1111k1n played all s1xth
perlod for us Emoyed every p1ece
Aprll 25 Bradley Cholr from Peorxa came
and gave us a grand concert wh1ch we
apprec1ated very much They can come
back any t1me as far as I am concerned
May 2 Second penod omltted for assembly
m whrch Don Fmley was emcee B111
Nelms p1an1st around town played for
us and also gave us a talk about how
dlfferent muslc sounded etc Some of the
selectlons were Clarr de Lune Man 1
Love Stardust and Rhapsody 1n Blue
Was a very good assembly
had a vocal solo by Gerald Burns whlch
was the Old Lamphghter Also a clar
met solo by Romona Schmxdt Really a
successful program whlch was emoyed
by everyone there
May 8 Amateur Show' F1rst th1ng on the
program was a f1ve prece band Then
Robert Schultz came out and announced
eachperson They were Iames W11l1s p
ano who played Chopms Polonarse
Rlchard M1ller sang The Thlngs We D1d
Last Summer Clalre Klnq sang Make
Belleve Malcoma Clark tapdanced
Shrrley and Helen Wall duet sang
Mamselle 1ack1e Iackson sald a poem
Dad Gave My Dog Away the Ram
beaus sang Old MacDonald lohn Her
ter sang Ill Close My Eyes Gerald
Burns sang Thats My Deslre Henry
S1ng1eton at the prano played Sonota
Tatehque Nancy D1etr1ch danced Ahce
Folder and R1chard Clark sang My
Hero as a duet That was the ent1re show
exceptlng that the band played agaln
whlle the Judges were conferrlng Thls IS
the way they declded FlfSl was a t1e
w1th A11ce Folder and Rlchard Clark and
Doralyn S1ng1eton Second place was
awarded to Henry DuPont
May 15 Ton1ght we gave our annual
Spr1ng Concert to qulte a large aud1ence
Betty Strne played the p1ano the Ram
beaus sang and the Allce Golder and
Rlchard Clark duo sang a couple of num
May 22 Band Concert and Ice Cream So
c1a1 Grand trme had by all
May 23 Recognltlon Assembly M1ss Cogs
well mtroduced all of the persons on the
Natronal Honor SOCIGIY Ahce Folder and
Rmchard Clark sang Sweet hearts Mr
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Nichols presented the guest speaker Mr
May 26 Fifth hour omitted or an assent
bly Mr Nichols introduced the speaker
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May 29 Awards Assembly Mr Wax spoke
ftrst and then Miss Cogsweli gave the
DAR award Mr Zook then presented
the commercial award and special maga
Student Council awards the choir awards
were given by Miss Matlack Mr Rowe
then read the games oi the band members
who were to receive letters at a later date
because ot Mr McCoys absence Miss
Daly gave cheerleader and G A A
awards Mr Halberg handed out the bas
ketball and baseball letters Mr Rowe
gave the freshman football letters M
Wax gave varsity football and track let
ters to the managers Then Mr Nichols
spoke to us at the close oi the program
June l A great day lor the Iune Seniors
Baccalaureate Services were held in the
First Methodist Church Wcrsnt it hot?
Iune 2 Iunior Senior Banquet held in the
stuay hall ineie was singing eating
reading ot the class will and some
Iune 5 Graduation for the roundabouts of
about 90 young men and ladies The choir
ald Finley gave the Benediction Sure
am glad to be graduated
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tra did the honors for the dancing that
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wont be home until morning'
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