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The dass of 04 IJICQCIIIS Lln Edltltlll of The Echo to
xou who haxe plax ed the palts that made up tlns book
A lugh school student plays many parts durlng h1S four
F1rst the Freshman gleen and lmpos
Next the Sophomole sassy and s11ly
Then the Junlor aflame with new re
pOHS1bll1t18S xx orkmg the haldest and
hax mg the most fun
At last the Senlor b1g wheels one last
fllng and l1fe starlng at you behlnd the
the class of 54 would l1ke to thank oul X9d1b00k
513011501 M1 Moyel fol hls help 1nd le'1de1sh1p
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Yearbook Staff Officers
Wolk on the yearbook began mth the school year when the
611101 class members spent one day selhng over S1000 worth of
ads In October the fu st g'1Ol,lp of p1ctu1es was taken The staff
then began to assemble the actual book Club and class 1epo1ters
handed ln artlcles and helped make up plcture pages A lot of xx o1k
xx as mvolved IH maklng ou1 Echo but everyone enjoyed the xx ork
and had fun domg It
Flont low Delllah Heap typlst Galen 110lbCl'l spoxts Wlltel
Don On, art ed1to1 Rlchald Belnett bL1Sll1CQS managel Mlchael
Standmg Mr Moyer sponsor Vhlma Over co 3b5lSt3l1t edltoz
Helen Ark typlst Eleanol Relnhalt edxtor Albelt Qchlock class
edltol Not plctuled was Joan Schau assxstxnt edltol
We the SBHIOI Class of 04, wlsh to dedlcate
thls ed1t1on of The Echo to Mr Palsons who was
ou1 prlnclpal from 1948 to 1953 For all he d1d for
the students and ou! school we wlsh to say Thank
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We would hke to thank the Boaxd of Educatlon for
all they have done fO1 us and our school The offlcers
of the boald ale P1 esldent Floyd Kelly Secretau, Em
o1y Guynn, Treasurer, A A Jones
Plctuled from left to rlght are Floyd Kellv A
A Jones Wxllxam Fdlrfleld Leland Glazeblook Wll
ue Emory Gugnn and Edvsm Sepp
THOM -KS A HOOD
B S N1 S Umversxty of Illmols
X ERNOY S ROCKE
B S NI S Unlxelsmty of Illmo1s
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Football Coach Duver Tralnmg
Asslstant Basketball Coach
Basketball Coach Tx ack
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C oshen College
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DOROTHY VS ELBORN VK ANDA RAI PH
The secretary of our p1lIlClpal The secletaly of our supelmten
fm the past flV6 years 4le11t f01 thc past elght ye31S
These a1e the men who gucet us chemfully 111 the lllOlllll'lQ, and who
me meet cheelfully 111 the excnmg
qlttlflg' left to llght ale lxle Sheppald Da1
rell Fa11'f1eld and Ralph Kesler
Qtandmg left to ught am Wayne Shmlds
Bob Hedrlck NI61l6 Sheppard and Halold
These busy ladxes shown hexe
ue the ones who do all the work
1J1Cp8l1l1g food to satlsfy ou1
ll63If,V app0t1tes left to llght
they are M15 Wxlson Mrs Du
xall Mrs Rankm M1s Jayne, and
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mond Ga1d11e1 me the fllendly
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to read many reports to W11lL9 talks to make and have
served on many comm1ttees held a number of class off
xces and have engaged 1n many school act1x1t1es From
these experlences you have leaxned that much learmng
can come through llstemng readmg and study and
all have learned that knowledge IS unllmlted and that edu
catlon IS a llfe long task Whlch IS never ended Truly
graduatlon IS but a begmmng or commencement as far as
learn1ng IS concerned
We Wlsh you h3p1J11'19SS and the best of success
you face llfe s many challenges 1n the months and years
VERNON S RGCKE
through an exchange of ideas with others. We trust that
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Taerrle heb Hepa eh 'fries
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Harmonil-n Rr renf.-4 H40 ,seafs
Helen Ark, w1ll my dlamond to Ba1bara Alb1n
Danny Bermmgham, w1ll my pmt SlZ6d flgure to Kent Hauersperger
Lucy Bermmgham w1ll my petlte lovelmess to Donna McCoy
Rlchard Bernett w1ll my basketball ablllty to Leland Good
L D Bradley, w1ll my quxet ways to Pee Wee Fmk
Lavaughn Cotterell w1ll my frlendly smlle to Marxlyn Bernett
Darrell Cox wlll my angellc ways to Bob O dell
Pat DRVIS wlll my seat ln the study hall to whomever wants lt
Ray FISCUS vs1ll my natural wavy halr to R1cha1d Stalter
Don Hansens, w1ll my crew cut to Pete Good
Delllah Heap w1ll my drlvlng ab1l1ty to Llnda Osborne
Patty Henmgh, w1ll my earr1ng,s to bhlrley Dlxon
Jeanette H1eser vnll my actlve ways to June Stappenbeck
Galen Horsch w1ll my football abllltV to Harold Qumn
Vlvxan Ingold w1ll my long halr to Lmda Nelson
lfred Kalser wlll my way wlth women to Harley Schrock
Mxke Kelly w1ll my broad shoulders to Eugene Banner
Shlrley Kuykendall wxll my place 1n the band to Red Elchelbexger
Amta Llestman vs1ll my tlny ankles to Judy Kcllar
Max1ne May w1ll my qu1etness to Lmda Llaudm
Jack Moore w1ll my heart to Donna Wllner
Lyle Outlaw w1ll my pos1t1on at the Reporter OfflC9 to Da11ell Wllson
Don Orr w1ll my bravery to James Dlxon
W'esley Oyer wxll my brown eyes to bhm Dean
Wxlma Oyer w1ll the Angler to anyone who vnll have lt
Eleanor Relnhart wlll my lntclllgence to my k1d s1ste1
Peg Resler w1ll my sa1lor to Carol Ann Hevserdme
Joan Schaer, w1ll my cla11net to Corrme Thomas
Albert Schrock, w1ll my red ha1r to Dorxs H111
Floyd S1zer w1ll my glgantlc stature to Gene Boyd
Roscoe Specht w1ll my dem0Cl3tlC vlews to Duane Beasley
Ronald Stalter w1ll my shortness to Pete Jackson
Mary Etta Teuscher w1ll my art1st1c ab1l1ty to Jane Welborn
Joyce Thomas wlll my n1ce sm1le to Rlchard Ma1t1n
Harlan Trotter w1ll my F F A presldency to Max Hmton
Kenneth Unz1cker, wlll my flxrtatlous ways to Ronme McCorkle
Ronme Wllson w1ll my Ford to Butch Hadler
Kenneth Wolf, w1ll my lovey dovey ways to Duane Morgan
We the Senlor class vnll to
Mr Brlght some more shop tools
Mrs Elchelberger new electrlc stoves
Mrs Fletcher more offxce machines
Mr Hood an Ar1zona ranch
Mr Loftlss, a pnvate bookkeeper
Mr Manzara an automatlc Angler Staff
Mr Moyer, a summer weddmg
Mrs Robertz a b1gger and better axt 1oom
Mr Rocke an electrlc eye
M1 Sauer a car to drlve to school
Mrs Short an automatlc 'shower dunker
Mr Slmer more golf balls
Mr Swartout a tmp to Europe
Mr Taylor, a few mole students to Joke vnth
M1 Wade more tenors ln Mlxed Cholus
Dorothy someone to sell meal tlckets
Wanda an electrlc typewrltel
The bus drlvers fewer breakdowns
The cooks more help
The Jamtors self propelled mops
The Junlors our study hall seats
The sophomores a wonderful prom
The freshmen our prestlge and maturxtv
Our parents our footsteps
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The class of 54 began rts hrgh school adventure wrth forty frve
members At at our frrst meetrng we elected offrters as follows Prch
ard Bernett presrdent, Eleanor Rernhart, vrce presrdent and student
Louncrl representatrve Helen Ark secretary Joan Schaer treasurer,
and Davrd Ixrdd, reporter
We hrd one party durrng the year Our advrsor was Mrs Mohan
Durmg the year, Kenneth Wolf Jorned the class
We began our Sophomore year wrth forty three members Our offr
cers were Bred Karser, presrdent, Danny Bermrngham, vrce presrdent
Davrd Krdd, secretary, Albert Sclrroclx treasurer, Vrvran Ingold
porter Mrke Kelly and Shrrley Kuyltendall were student councrl rep
Durrng the year we had a paper and scrap rron drrve rn whrch we
made money for the class Mr lrovost was our advrsor
Our Junror year began wrth forty three members Durmg the
year we welcomed Ronnre Wrlson rnto the class, but lost Sharon Ball
Shrrley Irvrn, and Dean Irwrn Our offrcers were Galen Horseh, pres
rdent Jack Moore, vrce presrdent, Lavaughn Cotterell, secretary, Lucy
Bermrngham, treasurer, Delrlah Heap, reporter, and Mary Furtney
student councrl representatrvr
On November 8th we presented our play The Perfect Idrot to
rarse money for our prom The Hawarran Crurse , whrch was May
The Senror year began wrth forty members Durrng the year Dave
Krdd and Jack Moore moved away At our frrst class meetrng, we
elected our offrcers Mrke Kelly presrdent Harlan Trotter, vrce pres
rdent Lavaughn Cottcrell, secretary, Anrta Lrestman, treasurer V
nan Ingold, reporter and Danny Bermrngham, student councrl rep
Some of the brg events we sponsored durrng the year were the
'ienror play Hrllbrlly Weddm and the class of 44 vs the class of
54 basketball game, whrch the class of 44 won
Another brg event was the Prom, Qsponsored by the Junrorsj
whrch revolved around the theme of Out of Thus World
Our sponsors were Mr Moyer and Mrs Fletcher who accompanred
us on our two day senror trrp to Chrcago on May 24 and 25
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Xoung, but not free
Mrs Dean Sprrnger
Is who shell soon be'
Cass secretary 1, PHA 1 2 3 4
CAA 1 2 3 Band 1 2 Dramarcs
Club 1 Stunt Show 1 Majorette 1
lep Club 1 Cheerleader 2 Junror Play
3 Angler typrst 4 Angler staff 3
Yearbook staff 4 typlst
Norsy and ornery
Danny s qurte short
And, provokrng grrls
Is hrs mam sport
Band 1 2 3 4 Reporter 2 Pep Club 1
IFA 1 2 3 4 Cheerleader 1 2 Let
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Angler Staff 2 Class Vrce Presrdent 2
Jumor Play 3 Student Courrcrl 4 Track
-1 Senror Play 4
Pretty and quret
A movre star role
Is what she wrll wrn
I HA 1 2 3 4 Treasurer 3 Secretary
4 Pep Club 1 Class Treasurer 3 Stu
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typrst 4 Senror Play 4
A mrghty swell krd
Wrth rnterests at college
But we all know
Its not to gam knowledge'
I FA 1 2 3 4 Reporter 2 Treasurer
4 Boys' Chorus 1 Class Presrdent 1
Pep Club 1 Bandl 2 Basketball 1 2
3 4 Track 1 2 3 4 Mrxed Chorus 1
Stunt Show 1, 3 Letterman s Club 2 3
4 Secretary Treasurer 3 Vrce Presrdent
4 Junror Play 3 Student Councrl 3 4
Presrdent 4 Football 4 Yearbook Staff
4 Bu mess Manager
L D BRADLEY
Sharp as a knrfe
Fates grvrng hrm
A bachelors lr e
Dramatlcs Club 1 Pep Club 1 Spamsh
Club 2 3 Treasurer 3 Track 4
I AV XLGHN COT'l FREI I
Busy as a bee
At rt real steady
Before shes ready
G AA 1 2 3 4 Pres1dent4 Dramatrcs
Club 1 Pep Club 1 Stunt Show 1 2 3
4 Spanrsh Club 2 3 Presrdent 3 Stu
dent Councrl 3 Secretary 3 Junror Play
3 Class Secretary 3 4 Semor Play 4
Cheerleader 4 Yearbook Staff 4 Class
and Club edrtor 4 Attendant Homecom
mg Queen 4
Hell be a farmer
Wltll Joyce as hrs vnfe
And rarsrng krds
Wrll be hrs lrfe
Chorusl Z Reporterl Football 1 2
B etball 1 Tack 1
Pep Club 1 Dramatrcs Club 1 FFA
1 Z 3 4 Stunt Nrghtl 3 Operetta 2
Icttcrman s Club 3 4 Senror Play 4
A concert pranlstq
Thats Pat vse hear
Shes golng on
To a muslc career
NI1xedChorus1 2 3 4 FHA 1 2 3 4
Crrls Chorus 1 Dramatrcs Club 1
Stunt Show 1 Operetta 2 4 Junror
Play 3 Angler typrst 4 Senror Play 4
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Tall and unmovable
Steady and secure
Hell be a m1ll1ona1re
And thats for sure'
FFA 1 2 3 4 Band 1 Basket all
3 4 Trac 1 2 3 4 Chorus
Dramatlcs Club 1 Stunt Show 1,
Pep Club 1 Lettermens Club 2 3 4
11111101 Play 3
DOYAI D HANSENS
Slow and easy
Wlth short blonde halr
Call Natlonal Capltol
Hell soon be there
A 1 2 3 4 Choru Tlack 4
Senlol Play 4
DFI ILAH HEAP
Fast and excltlng
Lucy's best frxend
On a Flonda beach
Her wealth shell spend
FHA 1 2 3 4 Stunt Show 1 Band
1 2 Pep Club 1 Class Reporter 3 An
glel Typxst 4 Yearbook staff 4 typxst
I' XTTY HENNIGH
Wlth June 12 as the date
And the words I Wlll
Patty will dlscover
Shes Mrs Ronald Hxll'
Pep Club 1 Angler Typist 4
JF UNETTF HIESER
Short and sweet
Better knovsn as Nettle
We l1ke her that way'
Pep Club 1 Band 1 2 Stunt Show 1
Angler typlst 4
CAI EN HORSCH
Hls. one desne
Kay s love to w1n
A 1 3 4 Secxetar 4 e
Club 1 Football 1 2 3 4 Basketball
1 2 3 4 Lettermans Club 1 2 3, 4,
Plesldent 3 4 Mlxed Chorus 3 4 Class
Pxesldent 3 Opeletta 4 Track 4 Sen
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VIVI KN INGOLD
Tall and slender
Iets hope she always
Stays that way'
Gnls Chorusl 2 3 Reporter 1 Secre
tary Treasurer 2 V1ce Presldent 3
Stunt Show 1 Mlxed Cholus 2 3 4
Secretarv Treasurer 3 Angler staff 2
Typlst 4 Operetta 2 4 Class Reporter
P 4 Student Llbrarlan 4
A ladys man
A Joker too
Hell be a sallor
Wlth glrls on the blue'
NllX6d Chorus 2 4 Operetta 2 4 Pep
Club 1 Dramatlcs Club 1 Football 1
' 3 4 Trackl 2 3 4, Basketball 1 2
FFA 1 2 3 4 Vlce Presldent 3 4
Class Presldent 2 Student Councll 3
V1cePres1dent 3 Jumor Play 3 Let
termans Club 3 4 Senlor Play 4 An
gler Staff 4
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It wont be long
T11 Shlrleys h1s wxfe
Band 1 2 3 4 Student Councll 1 2, 3
4 Reporter 1 Presldent 3 Chorus 1 2
Ope1etta 2 4 Football 2 3 4 Track 3
Lettelmans Club 3 4 Class President
Xearbook Reporter 4 Semor Play 4
A secretary now
Mrs Kelly then'
Xlured Chorus 1 2 Glrls Chorus 1
1-HA 1 2 3 4 Dramatlcs Club 1
Angler typxst 4 Semor Play 4
For better or worse
She s planmng to be
A regxstered nurse
Dnamatlcs Club 1 Pep Club 1 Band 1
Y 3 4 Reporter 2 Secretary Treasurer
4 Mlxed Chorus 1 2 4 Presldent 4
Operetta 2 4 FHA 1 2 3 4 Vice
Presldent 4 Stunt Nxght 1 2 3 4
CAA 2 3 4 Plesldent 3 Secretary
Treasurer 4 Gxrls Chorus 2 3 Jumor
Play 3 Semor Play 4 Class Treasurel
4 Homecommg Queen 4 Cheerleader 4
Whatevel she lS
Shell be All Reet
-Xnglel typlst 4
J ALR MOORE
He moved away
In flfty four,
Soon hell be
Genelal Jack Moore'
Txansferred from Gxbson 3 FFA 3
Class Vlce Presldent 3 Transferred to
hxbson Clty 4
A really swell guy
The thlng thats smartest'
A 2 3 4 Pep Club 1 MIX
Chorus 1 4 Jumol Play 3 Senior Play
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He'll be Red Blanchards
Football 1 Manager 2 3 Pep Club 1
Basketball 1 Manager 4 Track 4 Let
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X1 ESLEY OYER
Quxet but fun
Some day hell flll
A lucky gurl s dream'
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II XROLD PEE TON
Wlth Reno glrls
He really rates'
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ELF -XNOR REINHART
D A R girl,
Shell probably be
A preacher s wlfe
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Forever lt ll be
Peggy and Dale
We know then' love
Wlll never fall
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I0 KY SCHAER
She's been to Florlda
And Canada too
But Bob stxll says
Ill follow you'
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Vhth a red haxred wxfe
He ll cross llfe s path
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At the U of I
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Ronnle and Barb
Forever 1tll be
Flrst Just two
And then three'
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The boys he llkes
The glrls he loves
Hes now what he used to
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J umor Class
We started on our four vear Journey through PCHS rn September of 1951 as 34
of the greenest of green freshmen enrolled Then wrth Mr Honn and Mr Swartout
as our sponsors we held a wrener roast rn October sponsored two paper drrves a bake
sale square dance and a stunt rn Stunt Nrght The offrcers of our Freshmen year
were Presrdent Clyde Ingold Vrce Presrdent Carol Ann Zehr Secretary Kay Jones
Treasurer, Marlene Delaney Reporter, Velma Horsch Student Councrl Representa
trve Lab ern Zehr We lost Ronnre McDade but garned Laura Johnston and Dwayne
Then agam rn September of 1952 one year later when we vsere a lrttle older and
bolder, 39 members of the Class of 55' entered then 'srlly sophomore year Mr
Sauer and Mr Provost were leaders that year We held our class party rn October
sponsored two square dances on December 19th and February 27th a Bake Sale rn
October, and a stunt rn the Stunt Nrght program Ronnre McCorkle Jomed our class
agam after leavrng us rn hrs Freshman year and we lost Carolyn Castor These
offrcers were elected Presrdent Jerry Dean Vrce Presrdent Gale Erchelberger Sec
retary Carol Ann Zehr Treasurer, Marlene Delaney, Reporter Georgene Elkms Stu
dent Councrl Representatrve, Clyde Ingold
Prnally rn September of 1953 we ntered the doors of FCHS as Junrors, upper
classmen at last and half of our Journey over 'lhls year we decreased rn srze to 33
wrth the learvrng of Wayland Gawthorp James Duke, Merle Roy Marvm Knell Bar
bara Coffrn Janrce Prckett Bob Cender and Georgene Elkrns We gamed Corrrne
Thomas Generce Eads, and Duane Morgan
Our Junror year has been very busy and wrll stay that way trll after May 21st
In September we ordered our rrngs the Amerrcan Beauty and on December lst they
were here October was a very busy money makrng month we sponsored a scrap rron
drrve on the 3rd, a food sale on the 17th and a Magazrne Drrve on the 12th to the
26th These actrwrtres rncreased our kltty qurte a brt Then on November 23
and 24, we put on our frrst real brg project--our Junror Play, Down to Earth
Thrs brought rn more money rn the two nrghts than the one nrght plays do In Janu
ary we chose our theme for the annual Prom and started workrng on rt In Febru
ary we went ree skatrng at the U of I wrth the losers of the Magazrne Drrve dorng
One of our most rmportant arms rn the Journey through hrgh school rs to put on
a successful Prom We hope ours wrll be just that a success as a party that the
Junlors, Senrors and all guests wrll long remember Paul Karlstrom rs the orchestra
for the dance The Banquet wrll be held rn the gym due to the large srze of the
two classes Our theme, and thrs rs all vnell tell you thrs year rs called OUT OF
ROW Gale Erchelberger Latern Zehr Carol Ann Zehr Clyde
Kay Jones, Jerry Dean
ROW Duane Beasley Calvrn Beatty
ROW Generce Eads, Pat Brrkey, Bob Cender, Vretta Cender
ROW Barbara Coffrn Janrce Davrs M rlene Delaney Jrm Duke
Erchelberger Paul Good
ROW Carol He-werdrne, Dorrs Hrll Max Hrnton Velma Horsch
Jackson, Laura Johnston
ROW-Judy Kellar, Pat Knox Ronnre McCorkle Joyce Odell
Prckett, Drck Shroyer
BOTTOM ROW Jrm S echt Rrchard Stalter Corrrne Thomas Clyde Trotter
Kenneth Tomb rn Russell Tomblrn
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Our sophomore year began wxth twenty seven members At the flrst class meet
mg we elected offlcers as follows Ponald Camden presldent Curtls Brock vlce
plesldent Coena Blalr secretary Lmda Nelson treasurer Ruth Sampson reporter
and Ehzabeth Teuscher student councll representatlve
To build up our treasury we sponsored a bake sale and a Chlll suppex Also we
Our blg soclal event was a w1ener roast at thc lake of the Woods We had
anothex party near the end of school
Om sponsors were Mr Sauer and Mr Manzala
Flrst row Ronald Camden Curtls Brock Coena Blalr m
da Nelson Ruth Sampson Ellzabeth Teuscher
Second low Gene Boyd Gary Claven James Dlxon
Thlrd low Floyd Fmk, Katy Furtney Davld Gossard Les
ter Hadler Kent Hauersperger Charles Henmgh
Foulth low Everett Helsel Helen Kuykendall Joyce Lam
mle Karen Llestman Rlchald Maltln Robert May
Flfth row-June Stappenbeck Thelma Teuscher Jane Wel
born Eugene Wheeler Donna Wllner Darrell Wll
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Eugene Banner, VICE president, Delores Cotterell, secre
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and Dick Taylor, student councll representative
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Keith Melton and welcomed Nedra Morgan to the class,
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Oul b1g money mak1ng project was p1Ck1l'1g up corn
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First row James Holsch Eugene Banner Ruth Emer
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Second row Barbara Albln Shirley Albrecht
Morgan Eldon Blrkey
fourth row Marlene Cender Linda Claudm Shirley
Dixon Jo Ann Fink Leland Good Calleen Hicks
Fifth row Roger Hieser Delmar Huff MHTIS Knox
Sandra Lammle, Shirley Martin, Donna McCoy
Sixth row Keith Melton Edrle Nichols Robert Odell
Linda Osborne, Haxold Quinn Wilma Reed
Seventh row Betty Remhart Robert Rosenbeck Har
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CLASS COLORS .....
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CLASS FLOWER .....
CLASS GIFT .
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H omecommg Parade
Homecommg act1v1t1es th1s year were expanded 16
sultmg ln a blgger and better week than ever before It
certalnly was one of the hlghhghts of the school year
November 5 the mght before our Homecomlng game
and dance found pract1cally the whole town of Flsher
Watchmg the parade up Maln Street The Flsher Hlgh
School Band led the parade followed by our team r1d1ng
the f1re tluck After th1s came SIX floats decorated by
varlous clubs boostxng the game as well as then' queen
candldates The parade contmued out to the Fisher grld
1ron where a huge bonflre pep rally and snake dance C11
maxed the evenmg
The Spanlsh Club won f1rst prlze for thexr gally dec
orated float representlng a Spanlsh f1esta The float car
rled Kay Jones Spanlsh Club candldate along wlth her
court of honor all of whom were dressed ln authentlc
Spanlsh costumes The float was pulled by two mules
wlth the slogan belng
Our team will be as stubborn as a mule Hooray'
And then we ll celebrate our vlctory wlth Kay
Second prlze went to the FFA who had the1r can
dldate Marlene Delaney on a float Wlth a power lawn
mower Thelr slogan was We ll mow Homer r1ght down
Glrls Chorus walked off wlth thlrd prlze w1th the
slogan Well smk Homer and sa1l r1ght thru Then'
float was made 1n the form of a shlp carrylng thelr can
d1date Katy Furtney
All of the clubs d1d outstandlng Jobs 1n worklng up
then ldeas 1nto successful floats Wlth such enthuslasm
aroused how could we mlss becommg I1l1n1 Valley
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Tenslon mounted as the football season progressed
toward the blggest game of the year and the Homecomlng
Dance The last two weeks clubs began electlng thelr
queen candldates and began campalgns for them
The followlng clubs elected as the1r candldates
Marlene Delaney F H A
An1ta Llestman G A A
Lavaughn Cotterell Lette1 man s Club
L1nda Nelson M1X6d Chorus
Katy Furtney G1rls Chorus
Clever rhymes velses and plctures on ga1ly decor
ated posters made by clubs for then' candldates decorated
The queen attendants each escorted by a football
star entered followed by Galen Horsch and An1ta L16St
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May 15 1953 the Junlor Senlor Prom was held 1n the
F1sher Hlgh School cafeterla and gym
The fu st event of the evening was a Hawauan meal
1n the cafeterla Th1S conslsted of Game of the Jungle
Golden Dreams Dlced Bamboo Papap and L1l1ho1 Tara
Cahe Churned Coconut Mllk Plneapple Sundae Coconut
M1lk and Beach Pebbles ln Clam Shell Durlng our meal
we were entertalned Wlth dmner muslc by Joan Schaer
After we had eaten the program was gxven whlch con
S1St6d of a song by Peg Resler a readlng by Lavaughn
Cotterell and speeches
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by Bob Normans Orchestra The gym was decorated
wlth palm trees a pond 1n the mlddle of the gym a large
moon and flowers and greenery l1n1ng the walls About
10 15 the coronat1on took place The coronat1on party ar
r1ved 1n a gondola a rxckshaw and a model T Lowell
HCISQI and Carol Stappenbeck were crowned Kmg and
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PFOCCSSIOHRI Semor Class
Planxsts C3101 Ann Zehl Ellzabeth Teuscher
Invocatlon Mr Ivan Rless
Vlmlster Fxsher Church of Chrlst
I Belleve Stlllman
Nocal Solo Amta Llestman
Dnrector of MCKIIIICY Foundatlon
Unlverslty of Illmols
Improv1sat1on and Da Gayne
Clarmet Trlo Pat Bnkey Judy, kellax Eugene Banner
Presentatlon of Awards
Presentatlon of Class Vernon S Rocke
Hlgh School Prmclpal
Presentatlon of Dlplomas Leland Glazebrook
Presldent Board of Educatlon
Benedlctlon Rev Howard J Zehr
Mmlster East Bend Mennomte Church
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The curtaln opened on the Belsnlckle backyard ln the mountalns
of Tennessee the tranqull peaceful 1dyll1c scene IS startllngly 1nter
rupted when the g1rls are m danger of becommg old malds Actlonl
Paw 4Galen Horschb goes for h1S shot gun and every male IH the
valley IS lnsecurel
Flrst v1ct1m to fall under the muzzle of Paw s gun IS the nelgh
bol boy Chlz Upschlager 1Dannv Bermmghaml the retarded but
llkeable brother of Obeey 1Floyd S1Z6I'l who IS hlmself v1ct1m1zed
Ronald Maxwell lM1k6 Kellyl doctor to be and h1s haughty aunt
Lucy 4Patr1c1a Davlsl break down 1n the hllls and are forced to spend
some tlme w1th the Belsmckles No one IS happy about the arrange
ment Ceehe 4Lavaughn Cotterelll who has a bathless reputatlon
and the rest of the communlty ale edgy
Paw makes arrangements for Ceel1e s weddmg but the weddmg
scene opened Wlth the groom a mystery The square dancmg corn
get on wlth the weddln
Imaglne evervone s surprlse when Ronald 1S the groom' At the
last mlnute Obeey Bonme Mae fAn1ta Llestmanl and Mrs Maxwell
break ln to stop the weddlng Jody 1Don Orr! gets an appendlx at
tack Ronald performs an lmpromptu operatlon and for hls herolc
deed IS excused from the ceremony Everythlng turns out fme when
Ceelle and Obey are flnally hltched
The audience w1ll remember for a long t1me the fme performance
of Joyce Thomas as Maw and Lucv Bermmgham as Junev Lou the
harmonlous warbllng of Four 1Eleanor Relnhartl and FIVE 1Sh1r
ley Kuykendalll the asplrmg radlo smgers the feudln of Zeke 1 Fred
Kalserl and all the Cousms 1Kenneth Wolf Haxlan Trotter Lyle
Outlaw Don Hansens and Ronald Stalterl and the h1llb1lly weddmg
performed by The Reverend 1Darrell Coxl
Under the d1rect1on of Frederlck Manzara H1llb1lly Weddm
was a great success The Class of 54 W'1Sh6S to thank every person mn
our large audlence for the support of th1s class project.
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J unwr Class Play
The Class of 1955 p1esented as thelr fn st blg project the Junlor play on Novem
ber 23 and 24 Down to Earth a comedy fantasy was under the able dxrectlon of
VI1 T Carroll Moyel Wlth the help of the entlre class Mrs Robertz on scenery Mr
Bught stage props Mr Manzara and Mrs Elchelbexger on make up Mr Warren
buxg on hghtmg, It was posslble to present for the flrst txme a play on two nxghts
Down to Earth was vsell xecelved and thoroughly enjoyed by the audxences
Nlumerous comments vfere made concernmg the good entertamment lt gave and the
ptriectlon of lts performances
The Jumors and their parts ln the play were
AGNES-a female angel lCarol Ann Zehrj
WILFRED a male angel QCalv1n Beatty,
PILONE a mxschlexous half angel tDuane Beasleyj
AUGUSTA APPLEGATE arlstocratmc mlsenly old spmster QKay Jonesj
DIANA CLUMP Augusta s emotlonal but young mald QVelma Horschj
ORPHA TEEL-Nlece of Augusta Uudy Kellarj
RUTHIE TEEL-Orpha s daughter fBarbara Coffmj
MILLIE BROMSLEY Augustas other mece tPat Blrkeyj
BAXTER BROMSLEY a sllghtly screwball mventor Uerry Deanj
JUNE BROMSLEY pretty and engaged to Rxchard fMarlene Delaneyb
RICHARD WHITE-handsome and 1n love wlth June fGale Elchelbergexl
HERMAN HOWELL-Augustas match retxred sallor QWalter Jackson!
ROBERT HANLEY A uch hypochondrlac CWavne Plchelbergerj
tact that the three angels wexent VlSlble to anyone on stage except themselves
The plot of the story surrounded the angels ln then attempts to et through wlth
their cosmxc counters , to Aunt Augusta, a wealthy old spmster an Herman Howell
a klndly retlred sallor and take them back to heaven Pllone a half angel gets into
all kmds of mxschlef as he falls ln love wlth Dxana Augustas maxd Along wlth
hls meddling and Augusta s stubborn perslstence to hold onto her money, Agnes and
Wllfred wonder lf they are destmed to be stlanded on earth wh1ch would be the
worst fate that could befall them But unconscxousl on the slde of the angels are
Augusta s two nxeces Mlllle Bromsley and her famllly Baxter and June and Orpha
Teel Baxter ms constantly mventmg llttle gadgets whlch never get to the successful
stage and has hls eye on Augusta's capital So does June when she approaches her
aunt wlth the proposxtxon to back her france Rlchard Whlte m hlS photography
business Orpha Teel only Wants the money so she can fmd a vsealthy husband for
her daughter Ruthie Teel
Ruthxe gets her rlch husband mn the form of Robert Hanley a SlCkly young hy
pochondrlac and Pllone gets Dlana after she becomes an angel followmg an auto
accident Augusta gwes away her money whlch IS to the pleasure of all her relatives
and flnds Herman a very hkable compamon after all Pllone fmally decldes to become
a full fledged angel and the four of them Agnes Wllfred Dlana and Pllone return
to heax en leavlng all concez ned not only happy but m the case of the relatlves rlcher
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Th1s year the Amateur Show was an added attractlon
at Stunt Nlght The clarlnet trlo conslstlng of Patty B1r
key Judy Kellar and Gene Banner recelved flrst place
The Foul Sharps Thelma Teuscher Coena Blalr and
W1lma Oyer accompamed by Ellzabeth Teuscher recelved
second place Joan Schaer playlng Sentlmental Jour
ney as a plano solo 1ece1ved th1rd place
After the amateur show a group of fencers f10m the
UH1V6TS1ty of lll1no1s gave an exh1b1t1on They explalned
the sport to the aud1ence and then demonstrated It
f1rst prlze ln the Stunt Show The m1nstrel was a 15 m1n
ute program of hvely conversatxon Jokes and muslc The
cllmax of the m1nstrel was the pantomlme of Fred War
1ngs rendltlon of Dry Bones vuth the human skeleton
hold1ng the center of attractlon
The F H A captured second pr1ze Wlth 1ts h1lar1ous
school bus scene
Thnd prlze Went to the G A A guls who put on a
fllle exh1b1t1on of gymnastlcs
Stunt Nlght thls year was under the sponsorshlp of
ou1 lugh school student councll.
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The Mxxed Cholus under the duectxon of Ralph Wade presented The Gypsy
Roxex a romantxc musxcal comedy on February 26th and 27th 1954
Takmg place m a gypsy camp near London the operetta lb bumlt around the
character of Rob fCurt1s Brock? later known as Slr Gllbert Howe of Engllsh no
blllty Rob IS stolen by a gypsy and growws up beheung hlmself to be a gypsy Lmda
Nelson and Llnda Claudm sharmg the part of Lady Constance Martendale play op
poslte Rob The Lady Constance and Rob meet at the gypsy camp and fall ln love
at flrst slght Constance and Rob plan to elope but Rob IS captured Fmally Robs
1dent1ty as the lost he1r lS proved and the estates go to hlm Many more characters,
a gypsy chorus a ballroom chorus and a fa1ry dance appear throughout the oper
etta gxvlng xt a colorful and humolous touch
Speclal recogmtlon goes to Mxs Robertz and the art class for help ln stage
plannmg and bunldmg the stage sets and Mrs Shont who planned and helped the
glrls xehearse the dances
Other members of the mam cast ale
MEG Shlrley Albrecht and Eleanor Remhaxt
ZARA Karen Llestman and Coena Blalr
Nma Jovce Lammle and Amta Lxestman
SIR GEORGE Dave Gossald
SINFO Lester Hadler
MARTO Gene Banner
LORD CRAVEN Fred Kaiser
CAPTAIN JEROME Galen Hoxsch
SIR TOBY LYON Wes Oyer
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The Glrls Chorus started the year wlth elghteen members W
elected the followlng offlcers Presldent Coena Bla1r VICE Presldent
Barbara Albm Secretary Treasurer L1nda Nelson Reporter Katy
We partlclpated 1n the operetta Champalgn County Festlval the
Chrlstmas program and an assembly for the hlgh school
M zxed Chorus
The Mlxed Chorus started out the year wlth forty n1ne members
Our offlcers were elected at the flrst meetlng They were Presl
dent An1ta Llestman V109 Presldent Davld Gossard Secretary Kay
Jones Treasurer Ehzabeth Teuscher Student Councll Representa
t1ve V1v1an Ingold and Reporter Eleanor Relnhart
We gave our flrst pubhc perfol mance at the Umon Thanksgwmg
plogram Shortly after that we started work on The Chrlstmas
Story a Jomt program wlth the band whlch was glven on December
After Chrlstmas vacatlon we started vsork on our operetta The
Gypsy Rover Th1S was g1ven ln late February and was a b1g suc
We had several people go to contest th1s year They were Coena
Blau' L1nda Claudm Joyce Lammle L1nda Nelson James D1xon
Curtls Brock Davld Gossard, and Lester Hadler All of them d1d a
f1ne Job but we Want to commend Davld Gossard for recelvmg a Su
perlor ratlng and golng on to state contest
We plan to f1I11Sh out the 53 54 school year by gomg to Festlval
uh1ch W1ll be held at Champalgn ln Aprll
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This year our band was organized under the direction of Mr Loftrss
The band started the year by playing at the Amvet program Soon after this
performance the band started playing at the football games Thrs was the fir st year
our band drd playing formations for the football games The formations were per
formed with an unusually small amount of people The band consrsted of 21 play
mg members and 3 majorettes Although the band drd these formations with such a
small number of performers the formations were done very well
At Christmas time the band worked with the chorus rn presenting a production
of The Christmas Story The programing was unique rn that rt mvolved close co
ordination between stage sequence under the direction of Mr Moyer and the in
strunrental and vocal music
During the first part of the second semester 17 of our band members entered
the Drstrrct Solo and Ensemble contest vshrch was held at Arcola Every student
entered received an excellent or superior rating entitling them to awards The stu
dents received a total of 20 individual awards which rs the most our school has re
Cen ed rn hrgh school contest competrtron The ratings were as follows
Clarinet trio First CState Frnalsj
Brass sextet First QSuperrorJ
Brass quintet Second fExcellentJ
Saxophone quintet Second lExcellentJ
Clarinet solo-Pat Brrkey Second iExcellentJ
April 10 was the date the band entered the District Organization Contest at Ar
cola The Fisher band was the smallest to enter this years competition In spite
of this situation the band performed extremely well as witnessed by the Judging
sheets and the 'first rn the sight reading contest
During the latter part of April the band members were participants rn the Cham
palgn County Music Festival whrch was held in the Urbana Gymnasium
The final performance of the year was the Spring Concert given rn May
First row seated Patty Blrlrey Eugene Banner Judy Kellar Anrta
Llestman Albert Schrock Marlene Cender Coena Blair
Second row seated Kay Jones Karen Lrestman Lester Hadler Dan
ny Bermrngham Paul Good Maris Knox Delmar Good Mike
Kelly Leland Good, Harley Schrock Helen Kuykendall
Standing Shrrley Kuykendall Janice Davis Marlene Delaney Mr
Clarinet Trro Judy Kellar, Eugene Banner Patty Brrkey
Brass Sextet Paul Good Delmar Good Helen Kuykendall Albert
Schrock Marrs Knox Hailey Schrock
Saxophone quartet Kay Jones Karen Lrestman Lester Hadler Dan
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Two new courses were added to the curriculum at
F1sher H1gh thls year They are the Art and the Indus
tual Arts departments
Twenty one students are enrolled ln the art class
Th1s course gives students a chance to express thexr 1d63S
1n a c1eat1ve way Mrs Robertz IS the teacher and her
students study pamtlng, modehng deslgn, crafts and
They des1gned the stage for the Ope1 etta d1d bulletm
board work, and w1ndow decoratmg
The Industrlal Arts Department 1S under the d1rec
t1on of Mr Br1ght
There are twenty f1V6 hlgh school boys en1olled 1n
the course They do project work w1th materlals such as
wood, metal, plastlc, and ceramlc
Othel work that IS done 1n the shop IS work 1n elec
trlcal wlrlng plumbing, and dlfferent types of mechanlcal
Top Left Art students ale working on the stage pre
parmg the settmg for the Operetta
Top Rlght Mrs Robertz IS glVll"1g mstluctlons to sev
eral alt students ln the art room
Bottom Left Several freshman boys are dolng hand
planmg and usmg the cxrcular saw m the new ln
dustnal arts bulldmg
Bottom Rlght Mr Bught 15 showlng othel freshman
boys how to use a hand saw a tool grmder and a
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A TRUE FISHER SPORTSMAN
wlll conslder all athletlc opponents and Off1C13lS
as guests and Will treat them as such
w1ll accept all declslons of off1c1als wlthout ques
wlll applaud good plays and not er1o1s made by
wlll seek to Wm by fa1r and lawful means accord
mg to the rules of the game
xx 1ll love the game for lts own sake and not fo1
what Wmmng Wlll bung hlm
wlll w1n w1thout boastmg and lose vwlthout allbl
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will respect and care for public property at all
Tw enty three boys reported for football on August 31 to Coach Swartout Among
these the returnmg lettermen were Gale Exchelbergex Galen Horsch Ronme Wllson
Date Gossard Darrell Cox Mlke Kelly Fred KBISCI and Floyd Slzer
Flsher had another xery successful season by wmmng all thelr games and becom
mg Ill1n1 Valley Champs for the thlrd straxght year The squad as a whole dlsplayed
ood team work Coach Swartout dld a fme Job of coachmg as the record tells
The fust game was played vuth Sldell on Fxsher s gudlron with Flsher comlng
out on top by a 32 7 score Ronme W1lson was hlgh man wxth tvso touchdowns
Next vsas our arch rxval Mahomet on thelr fleld Again Flsher came out on
top 40 13 Gale Elchelberger and Dave Gossard led the scormg wlth two touchdowns
and one pomt after touchdown each
After a two week layoff the team traveled to Um Hlgh They expected a tough
game because thls was the team that txed them the year before, but Flsher took com
mand of the game and walloped the Buckeyes 34 0 Galen Horsch led the scormg
mth a touchdown and a pomt after touchdown
Flshers next game was played at home agamst the St Joe Indlans After a
hald fought game Fisher came out on top wlth a score of 33 26 Ronme Wrlson led
the scormg wlth three touchdowns
The next game was played at Longvlew agamst ABL wlth Flsher startmg thmgs
off rlght by scormg on the opemng play of the game Coach Swaltout cleared the
bench ln this game to let everyone play Ten of the players scored at least one
pomt as Flsher routed the Trojans 55 13 Galen Horsch led the scorlng wxth two
touchdowns and two extra polnts
The fmal game of the season was agamst Homer Thus game was to declde WhlCh
team would become champlons of the 1ll1n1 Valley Conference Homer scored flrst
on a 35 yard run by the quarterback After that Flsher took command of the game
and went on to rout Homer 45 12 Gale Elchelberger played a vely good game as
he scored five touchdowns and passed for two othels Thus was the fmal game for
the followmg elght Semors Fred Kalser Galen Horsch Roscoe Specht, Floyd Slzer
Nllke Kelly, Ronme Wllson, Darrell Cox and Rlchard Bernett
Wxth boys l1ke Gale Exchelberger Clyde Ingold Darrell Wxlson, Dave Gossard
and Pete Jackson Fxsher should do a very good Job next year
We, the students of Fisher Hlgh School wxsh to congratulate Coach Swaltout,
the team and manager on bemg Illxm Valley Champs of 1953
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GALEIX HORSCH A great team captam A trxp around Galen s end convlnced
many backs that football IS a rough sport Mr Defense w1ll leave
a blg Job for someone to f1ll next year
FRED KAISER A fme end Fred played a lot of offense and defense always
ready He was a blg man who dld a bmg Job
DARRELL COX Good and always xmprovmg Darrell ran for some much need
ed yardage from hls r1ght half post and dxd some fme blocklng for the
SHADY EICHELBERGER A fme competxtoz that quarterbacked the Bunmes to
then conference title He dxd a fme Job of ball totmg and passmg
RON WILSON One of F1sher's top notch ends Ron was a consistent ball
playel who liked the game of football a good blocker and flne team
DAVE GOSSARD A fast and loose breakaway runner who could go the dlstance
on any play Keep an eye on Dave these next two years
FLOYD SIZER Flsher s Snapper Backer Floyd was a bxg man who demanded
a great deal of respect ln the center of Fishers llne
NIIKE KELLY Mlke added a spark to the squad He had some experxence at
end and at halfback
RICHARD BERNETT Dlck s speed and aglllty proved to be valuable throughout
the season He learned and played a lot of football for a flrst year man
ROSCOE SPECHT A tall offenslve end who made a blg target for our passers
Flsher wlll mxss some of thls S179 next year
WALT JACKSON The blg man 1n the center of Fxshel s defenslve lme Walt
lakes to rock em and sock em He should be a blg help m there next
CLYDE IINGOLD Showed a lot of offense but starred as a defensive half Chlp
packs a lot of wallop for a small man and uses hls speed well
DARRELL VSILSON A hard hlttlllg rxght halfback who lolled up several yards
and pomts when they vsele needed Darrell has a lot of punch left for
hls next two seasons
Hats off to the remamder of the squad Competltlon ran hlgh for posltxons on
the startmg lme up The reserves of thls season w1ll make up Flshers teams ln
years to come The frxends and fans of the Flshel Bunmes can expect a lot of foot
ball from these boys next year
Season s Results
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Twenty elght boys repolted to Coach Leonard Taylor for basketball Among
these boys were eleven lettermen Rlchard Belnett Kenny Unzlcker Ray FISCUS
Ronme Wllson Galen Horsch Gale Exchelberger Bob Cender, LaVern Zehr Clyde
Ingold Dawe Gossard and Pete Jackson
Flsher played its fxrst game after four practlces and lost to Ogden 54 45 After
thlS loss they played six stralght games without a defeat untll Farmer Clty defeated
them ln the Sangamon Vallev Tournament 40 30 By Chrlstmas vacatlon they had
a lecord of SIX wms and three losses
After Christmas vacatlon Flsher came back and played a llttle better than 500
ball They placed thlrd ln the County Tournament by beating ABL 69 44 After
the County Tournament, they won flve and lost slx to end the season wlth 15 mms
and 12 losses
The Freshman Sophomore team had another successful season under the guldance
of Coach Svsartout wmnmg 21 and losmg 4 They again won the Qangamon Valley
and lll1n1 Valley Freshman Sophomole Tournaments
a Deland Weldon
'36 St Joseph
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DICK BERNETT 5 9 senior guard vsas the spark plug of the Bunnres He
was chosen the most valuable player by hrs teammates led the team rn
free throwrng and freld goal shootrng wrth 831 and 365 percentages re
spectrvely He was also runner up rn scorrng wrth 230 pornts
ROY WILSON 6 senror forward earned hrs frrst varsrty letter rn basketball H
appeared rn 22 games and held the runner up posrtron rn free throw
percentage wrth a 786 average Ron s strong pornt was hrs reboundrng
LAVERN ZEHR 5 8 Junror guard vsas one of the best set shots on the squad
Swrsh was a valuable asset to the team and should reach hrs peak
next year Zehr shot 736 from the charrty lrne
RAY FISCUS 6 2 semor center led the team rn scoring wrth 242 pornts and rn
reboundrng wrth 241 Ray s herght and all around abrlrty wlll be mrssed
by the Bunnres next year
DICK SHROYER 5 8 Junror guard although appearrng rn only eleven games
shot a respectable 310 Drcks specralty was a two handed Jump shot
BUTCH HORSCH 6 senror forward enjoyed hrs last year on the hardwood
rankrng thrrd rn team scorrng and runner up rn reboundlng Butch
was honored by hrs teammates by berng chosen honorary captarn
CHIP INGOLD 5 9 Junror forward was an accurate shot shootrng 328 from
the floor and 105 from the free throw lrne Chrp rs a team player
valuable rn any srtuatron
DAVE GOSSARD 6 sophomore guard played and earned hrs second letter on the
Varsrty Dave was a hrgh scorer and rebounder on both the Varsrty and
Freshman Sophomore teams sparkrng the latter to the Sangamon Valley
ROSCOE SPECHT 6' 2" senror center had a knack of snatchmg rebounds away
from opponents makrng hrm a valuable player rn the reboundrng
KEN UNZICKER 5 10 senror guard had the second hrghest shootrng percentage
13461 and was a top scorer although appearrng rn onlv 18 games Ken
was a hard worker but a knee rnjury kept hrm from frnrshrng the last
thrrd of the season
SHADY EICHELBERGER 5 9 rumor forward was a very versatrle player
havmg earned hrs thrrd varsrtv letter thrs season and playrng equally
well at forward guard, or center Shady ranked thrrd rn rebounding
and should have hrs best year next season
PETE JACKSON 6 Junror guard shot a respectable 302 from the freld and hrs
long two handed set shots found tlre range at crrtrcal trmes to spark the
Bunnres Pete' too should reach the climax of hrs hrgh school bas
ketball career next year
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Champaign County Track Champs
As our yearbook is going to press, our track squad has
had a perfect season through May 6, having copped first
place in the seven meets in which We competed.
The high spots of the season were on April 22 when
Flsher won the Ill1n1 Valley Conference Track Meet, on
May 4 when Flsher was crowned Champaign County
Tlack Champs, and on May 6 when Flsher romped to the
Sangamon Valley Conference Champ1onsh1p These VIC
tories added three more first place trophles to our crowd
ed trophy cases
Members of the tl ack squad as plctured on the oppo
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First row Coach Taylor Max Hlnton IaVern Zehr
Duane Beasley Rlchard Bernett, Clyde Ingold
Second row Harlan Trotter Danny Bermmgham Ron
ald Stalter Eugene Wheeler Richard MaltlH Ron
me Camden James Dlxon
Third row L D Bradley Ken Unzmcker Darrell Wil
son Dave Gossard Jimmie Specht Ray Flscus
Galen Horsch Albert Sclnock Ronnie McCorkle
Tlack squad members absent from the plctures ale
Gale Elchelberger and Evelett HQISBI
Tuangular meet Fisher Farmer City Mahomet
Triangulal meet Flsher Mahomet Mansfield
Trlangular meet Fisher Um High St Joe
Illmx Valley meet at Um High
Dual meet, Fisher LeRoy
Champaign County meet at Rantoul
Sangamon Valley Conference meet at Mahomet
District meet at Urbana
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The G A A has been fxery active this year Offlcers are La
vaughn Cotterell, president Marlene Delaney vice president Anita
Llestman secretary treasurer Katy Furtney student council represen
tative Judy Kellar reporter, Kay Jones, parllamentarlan Our spon
sor was Mrs Short
We had after school 2CtlVltl6S both in the gym and outside We
played basketball softball badmmton and volleyball, these bemg the
most popular activities among our members
Also we went skating and swimming several times Thls activity
was opened to any girl in school who wished to go
A luncheon was given ln the early part of May at which tlme
awards were given and officers installed
Letterman s Club
year President Galen Horsch Vice President Richard Bernett Sec
retary Treasurer Clyde Ingold Student Council Representative Mike
Kelly Reporter Ron Wilson
We elected Lavaughn Cotterell as our queen candldate and Barbara
Coffin as her alternate We acted out Dragnet as the theme for our
float It worked out well but was not good enough to win any awards
Then a chili supper was scheduled which was attended by almost
everyone in our club and it turned out real well
Next in our activities was the initiation of new members which is
looked forward to every year They had to wear a vvarled assortment
of clothes shine shoes and the usual things that go on every year
The new members were Roscoe Specht Darrell Wilson Albert Schrock
Max Hinton Kent Hauersperger Pete Jackson, LaVern Zehr and Duane
Beasley They had to perform before the study hall the 9th period
and we closed the 1n1t1at1on with a rendezvous in the locker room with
the new members fimshmg by swabblng down the locker room That
ended the activities for the Letterman s Club for '54
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Oul ma1n purpose 111 attendmg school IS to educate
ourselves so we Wlll be leady to take our place IH a bettel
World of tomorrow We do thls ch1efly through attend
mg classes and absorbmg that baslc knowledge We all
need ln our present age
Another mterestxng phase of hlgh school hfe how
ever lS our assocxatlon W1th classmates and teachers
Student orgamzatlons of varlous types have been formed
1n Flsher Hlgh to give us oppo1tun1t1es to work and play
Wlth ou1 fellow classmates Through these organlzatlons
We have a chance to grow soclally as Well as mentally
The followmg pages Wlll g1V6 you an account of
what these organlzatlons undertook and What they ac
complished dur1ng the 53 54 school year
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The Spamsh Czrcle
This yeai s Spanish Club consists of twelve membels
who are enrolled 1n thelr f11St year of the Spanish lang
Oui flrst big project was decorating a Homecomlng
Parade float which was based on the theme of a Spanish
fiesta We were happy to come out on top with first prize
among other competing floats
Soon after the second semestei began we started
working on our second project redecoratmg the Spanish
loom This meant a lot of extra hours of work for us but
hung a cab1net was reflnlshed and Spanish decals were
put on the blackboards These and several other decora
tions lent a more cheerful Spanish atmosphere to our
Candy which was made by the club at a party aftei
school was sold at a very successful Bake Sale on March 27
Our next big activity was Wmmng first prize at Stunt
Night on Apr1l 9 The entire club and Mr Moyer our
sponsor took part in a l1V9ly Minstrel Show
The final event of our year will be a Spanish banquet
We ale proud of our record made thls year and hope that
The Spanish Circle will continue to be an active club in
our school for many years to come.
we enjoyed doing it. Curtains with a Spanish motif were
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The Future Homemakers of Amenca
The Flsher Chapter of the Future Homemakers of
Amerlca, carrled out many act1v1t1esJ th1S year These ac
t1v1t1es 1ncluded Natlonal F H A Week, Heart Slster
Week a Umted Natlons Party a Clvll Defense program,
servlng refreshments to the alrmen at Chanute Alr Base,
and part1c1pat1ng 1n Stunt Nlght We also were ln charge
of the style show held durmg the Sprmg Rally at New
Then the flrst week 1n February we held the formal
1n1t1at1on for the fxfteen new members, who had met the
1equ1rements to become Future Homemakers of Amerlca
The Flsher Chapter has forty three members th1s year
Marlene Delaney our club presldent, was elected
State F H A Treasurer at the State Leadershlp Confer
ence last summer and Sect1on 16 H1stor1an at the House
of Delegates meetlng last fall Kay Jones was elected
the Presldent of Sectlon 16 at the Sprmg Rally
1 Do you know your degrees?
Left to r1ght Nedra Morgan Donna McCoy Shlrley Martln
Jamce Stacey Sandra Lammle Edrle Nichols MHTIS Knox
C3101 Ann Zehr fdegree chalrmanj
Are you a problem ch1ld'7
Standmg Marllyn Bernett Barbara Albm Ruth Emerson
Seated Callene Hlcks Beverly Adams JoAnn Flnk Marlene
Cender Lmda Claudm Shlrley Alblecht
Glft from F H A Senlors of 53
Left to rlght Anita Llestman Lucy Bermmgham Delxlah Heap
Iglelendikrk Shirley Kuykendall Pat Davis Peg Resler
We co operate wlth operetta
Standlng Katy Furtney Coena Blalr June Stappenbeck Helen
Kuykendall Karen Ilestman Llnda Nelson
Seated Elxzabeth Teuscher Thelma Teuscher
Let s hang plctures
Standing Marlene Delaney Pat Knox Carol Ann Zehr
Janice Davis Velma Horsch Carol Hewerdlne
Seated Joyce Odell Kay Jones Judy Kellar Corrlne Thomas
Pat Blrkey Vxetta Cender
6 Meetlng w1ll come to order lexecutlve councllh
Left to rxght Lucy Bermmgham secretary Mrs Elchelber
ger sponsor Anita Llestman vlce presldent Velma
Horsch hlstorlan Peg Resler treasurer Vletta Cender
parlxamentarxan Mallene Delaney presldent
Laura Johnston was absent when plctures were taken
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The Future Farmers of America
The Future Farmers of Amerlca began the 1953 1954
year wlth the elect1on of the followmg offxcers Harlan
Trotter, Pres1dent, Fred K31S6T, Vlce Presldent, Galen
Horsch, Secretary, Rlchard Bernett Treasurer, Clyde In
gold, Reporter, and Don Orr Sentmel
Our frrst event of the year was the 1n1t1at1ng of
Greenhands, the flrst F F A degree We also held Chap
ter Farmer 1n1t1at1on, the second hlghest degree guven by
the F1sher Chapter
As a means of ra1s1ng money the chapter IS mak1ng
concrete hog troughs to be sold to anyone ln the Commun
1ty needmg one
We are plannlng for ou1 annual Father and Son ban
quet at whlch the student Wlth the best farmlng program
wlll be glven the DeKalb Agrlculture Award
Each of the members IS str1v1ng to uphold the F FA
Learn1ng to Do
Earmng to Lmve
L1v1ng to Serve
1 As a part of thelr community servlce project the FFA built
and donated thls hvestock chute to the Flsher Faxr Exammlng
the chute are two of the boys who worked on It along Wlth thelr
2 A group of Freshmen F FA members examme a new tool stor
'S Vocatxonal Agucultuxe students are urged to bulld progects 1n
the shop they can use m their f3l'IY11l'lg program Here Ray FIS
cus IS shown wlth the 4 sow hog house he buxlt wlth the help of
4 Repalr and maintenance of farm machlnery plays an important
part 1n the farm shop work These two boys are shown adjust
mg a plow that has been palnted
Doing -to Learn
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The Angler of .93 Q4 was sponsored by 'VII Manzala and edlted by
News was complled checked and typed for the prmter exery Mon
The staff lS as follovss
Edltor Wxlma Oyer
Socxety Columns Coena Blalr, Judy Kellar
Muslc Edltor Kenny Unzxcker
Whats Your Opmxonl Ruth Sampson
C1rcu1at1on Manager Fred Kalser
Seated are Maxme May Vlvlan Ingold Dehlah Heap Helen Ark, and
Standmg are Peg Resler Mas Fletcher, Sh1rley Kuykendall Eleanor
Remhart, Pat Davxs Pat Hennlgh and Lucy Bermmgham
Absent from plcture Joan Schaer and Lyle Outlaw
Thxs class of Secxetarlal Practlce acted as stand1ng typxsts through
out the year
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At the beglfllllng of the school year Mr Moyer, the lxbranan se
lected exght students to serxe as student llbrarlans durmg the varlous
perlods throughout the school day These glrls checked out books and
magazmes and helped to keep our llbrary ln order
Seated from left to rlght Katy Furtney Carol Ann Zehr
Joyce Thomas Coena Blau Corl me Thomas
Standlng Mary Etta Teuscher Eleanor Remhart Vlvlan
The Student Councll IS a very lmportant and educatlonal orgamza
t1on m yom' h1gh school The followmg paragraph states the purpose
of the Student Councll
We as members of the Flsher Hxgh School 1n order to foster
a splrlt of cooperatlon among the students and faculty coordmate and
regulate student actlvxtxes, malntaxn a hlgh standard of personal con
duct promote and encourage HCtlVltl8S for the best mterest of the school,
and develop good cltlzens through experlence 1n government do hereby
Estlablish the constltutlon for the Student Councxl of the Flsher Hlgh
sponsorxng the Homecommg Dance sponsormg Stunt and Amateur
Nlght schedulmg three assembly programs and also organlzlng a Pep
Club durmg the latter part of the basketball season
Th1s years councll IS composed of fxfteen members and the
sponsor Mr Rocke Each class and orgamzatlon elects one student
to represent them ln Student Councxl The representatxves from each
club and class are as follows Freshman Class, Dlck Taylor Sophomore
Class Ellzabeth Teuscher Jumor Class, Jerry Dean, Semor Class
Mxke Kelly, Spamsh Club Vxetta Cender FH A Patty Blrkey G AA
Katy Furtney FFA, Danny Bermlngham Lettermans Club Floyd
Sxzer Gxrls Chorus Thelma Teuscher, Band, Marlene Delaney, Mlx
ed Chorus VlVl8Il Ingold
The offlcers of the councll thxs year are Presldent Rxchard
Bernett Vlce Presldent Marlene Delaney Secretary Kay Jones
Treasurer Lucy Bermmgham Reporter, Dlck Taylor
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Albln Llnda Osborne and Llnda Claudln
Front Row Dorxs H111 Dav1d Resler and Bonn1e Jo
Thls group has been taklng lessons thls year from
Dorxs H111 They have twlrled at some basketball games
concerts the amateur program banquets and Dorls H111
has entered ln the D1str1ct Contests thls year placlng
There w1ll be Sprlng concerts and falrs at whlch th1s
Amta L1estman Lavaughn Cotterell Marlene De
laney Kay Jones and Katle Furtney were elected by the
student body as the cheerleaders for the 1953 54 season
Mrs Short was the sponsor
Ads for football and basketball programs were sold
also F I S H E R charm bracelets Wlth th1S money added
to the fund new cheerleader outflts were bought fo1
basketball Mrs Emhelberger helped to d6S1g'Il the out
fxts and she also made them
At the end of the season four freshman sophomore
gxrls were elected as cheerleaders for the freshman
sophomore tournament They were sophomores Karen
L1estman and Coena Blau' and freshman Delores Cot
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Farewell to Fisher Hugh
Have you enjoyed looking thlough thls book seeing yourself
and your friends remembering all those llttle things that happened
during the 195354 school year? We hope you have The senior
class of 54 has enJoyed gatheilng the mateilal and printing this book
None of you can realize what its like being a senior until you
are one High school 1S fun You enjoy going to school and when it
looking forward to gomg out and really showing people how much of
a success he can make of himself You ll do the same thing maybe
not this year but in a year or two
Engoy high school While you can because when you re a senior
you ll be telling good old F C H S good bye just like We are now
Good bye F C H S and may We wish all of you still here suc
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3 Reglstratlon day It was good to see everyone agaln
4-Just the teachers went to school today fThey needed a head
1 Labor Day Our flrst vacatlon
8-Half day of classes wxth new teachers
9 Today we sat through 40 long mmutes of classes
10-Teachers arent too rough yet
11 Cheerleladers were elected, Amta, Kay, Marlene, Katy and
14 Oh, already the newness IS wearmg off
15-Amvets presented Flyln Hxgh
16--Encore from the Amvets
17 Semols sold ads today Wow' Over S1100 worth'
18 Flrst football game wnth Sldell We won 32 7
21-Jumors ordered thelr rmgs and Semors thelr announcements
22 PTA Reception for the teachers
23 Sangamon meetmg at Farmer Clty Blg plans m store
24 We re so sore from PE we can't even laugh Oh' Tumbling
25-Mahomet there-We won, of course 40 13
28 G AA Glrls took a hlke Our achmg feet"
29 Adult class at the hlgh school
30-One whole month of school gone
1 Sometlmes nothmg can be accomplished
2 Lot of sleepy people around I wonder why'
5--Fresh Soph game at Mahomet--We won
Adult class Nlght work for Mrs Elchelberger
Never saw so many meetmgs
No school the poor teachers had to catch up and so dld w
It ramed agaln Th1s tlme lt poured
So homores had a class party at the Lake of the Woods What
Spleth took yearbook pictures What dressed up senlors
G AA play day ln gym after school
19-Coaches meetmg at Ogden
20 M1xed Chorus p1cn1c at the Lake of the Woods Nlce tlme'
21 A crazy mlxed up week
22-Sun shone today for a change
St Joe football game here We defeated them 33 26 Close
game hard fought
I do wish people could stay awake on Monday A certam
Wlmpy had an early wmter cold
What's the gullty look on your face' Halloween s not here y
F' H A U N party A good tlme was had by all
Longvlew here-we smothered them 55 13
2-Begmnmg of many Homecommg floats Brxlhant 1deas'
PhyS1CS gettlng rougher'
No tests today What happened?
What spmt' Tonxght's the parade"'
We beat Homer 45 12 before we gathered for a beautlful Home
Mlsty day lots of tests
Lettermen had a ch1l1 supper and dance
Armlstxce Day No School It s about tlme'
Oh' how we hated to come back'
To P E glrls who are still playmg outslde If you re purple,
you're cold lf you re whxte, you re frozen'
16-Coach meeting at Tolono
17 We lost our flrst basketball game to Ogden Better luck next
18 We re read for another vacatlon any time
19-Countlng t e days to Thanksglvmg vacation
20 We beat Mahomet' Nlce gomg, fellows'
23-Jumors presented ' Down to Earth
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Chorus sang at Thanksgrvrng program
No School Thanksglvlng Vacatron
Thls rs heaven'
Football team honored at Banquet Hurrah for THE CHAMPS'
Saybrook here We won Good game
Snow on the ground
Soclology boys 1ns1st on wrde open xundows rn sprte of the weath
er Boys wrll be boys I guess
LeRoy here We won Cheerleaders dld a swell Job'
Snowed agaln but not enough
Really cold out Oh' Those wlntry blasts'
Don t forget head between legs when you re gomg to famt
Got your Chrrstmas shopprng done?
We beat Mansfreld Keep rt up'
Brg pep sesslon
Sangamon Valley Tournament Can we wln lt"
Tournament w1l1 soon be over May the best team wm'
Drd you see the good lookrng Senror prctures floatrng around?
Lots of partres Merry Chrrstmas'
19 January 3 Chrrstmas Vacatron
4 Ugh Ugh' Back to school So soon'
5-We beat Weldon there
Everyone s study mg hard Tests are on the way
Have you seen Pegs d1amond" Congratulatrons'
We lost to Farmer Crty It would have to be to them
The begrnmng of another week
Bad Weather for drrvmg Careful grrls'
We lost to Rantoul but played a hard fought game
G A A glrls went sxmmmrng' Mlracle nobody drowned
15-We beat St Joe Brg nlght
18 Somebody s blrthday' 'V
Delrlah s 17 today S lver Threads Among the Gold
90-County tournament began What a swell gym Rantoul has'
We lost a game Well wrn tomorrow though
Came m thrrd' Not bad
We beat Mansfreld
Operetta try outs A lot of hopeful students
Drd you get a part?
Played Mahomet there lost How drd thrs happen'
Junrors went skatlng prllows and all
The ground hog saw hrs shadow Lost to LeRoy Drsaster'
Ag Boys and Home Ec grrls went to Farm Sz Home week at the
Mr Moyer was 111 No Enghsh'
F H A Inrtratron ceremony
Four teachers were slck today" Catchrngq "
Strange thmgs are happenmg
Trampolrne acrobatrc assembly I vfonder lf I could do that
Heart Srster Week gorng at full speed Such nrce people
Congrats to Uncle Abe no school"
Its HOT out Mr Brrghts 1ll Any connect1on"
Turned cold wrnter wonderland? "
Spanish Club decor ted therr room Nrce gomg klds'
Rrchard Stalter got a Dermanent""'
Spreth was snappmg plc-tures agaln today Mxrrors got a good
George Washmgtons brrthday No vacatron'
Bugology krds got tested on a whole frog'
A certaln senror grrl fell down stalrs No bones broken
It snowed Good nrght for a slelgh rlde
Operetta tonrght' Come one come all'
Welcome to March rt s sure wlndy
We really skrnned Grbson' Hrp Hrp Hurray"'
Snowstorm roads blocked rn other words No School'
Strll rsolated but It s swell'
Q Dug out back to school horrors'
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Ken Wolf has a new bnght red orange shlrt
S Lammle actually took a shower 1n P E
Balbara Albm wrote Ray F a letter
An ex convlct spoke to us Interesting story
Joyce Odell got her long ha1r cut off
Semors attended Youth Guidance day m Ulbana
Soc1ology test Ugh"'
Cup1d shot someone today You wonder who""'7
Art and Physxcs class went to Chlcago on a fleld tr1p
Semors dlscussed thelr trlp Two days thls year
23-Joan Schaers back 1n school Welcome back from Flor1da
Stunt nxght IS postponed untll April 9
Hlstory test Owwww that was hard'
Yearbook Staff worklng long hours'
Blue Monday Lets rub Monda out of each week
Dress Rehearsal for Hlllbllly eddm
A steady stepped out' Watch your step'
Play cast had a patty at Manzala s
Blg play tomght H1llb1lly Weddln
It 1a1ned agaln A good way to start the week
Memory W1zard forgot to come
Splmg IS here at last
Dress rehearsal for Stunt Nlght
STUNT SHOW' Congratulatlons Spanish Club'
The end IS m Slght
'VI1 Moyer IS Ill no Engllsh'
Qulck recovexy Mr Moyers back
Its hot Flghtlng sprlng fever
No school Good Frlday
County super1ntendent V1S1ted school today
Certaln bunch of Senlor glrls are TIRLD' Results of slumber
Track meet we won'
Ervervbodys all dressed up for festival
Wonder why Don Orr drove all the way to town 111 reverse'
Beware state mspector checklng today
Whats wrong? The mspector was back agam False alarm
Ex erythmg s O K
Chorus gaxe muslc assembly program Dmner mus1c"
Mother and Daughter banquet Pretty affan'
Celtam F C H S students appeared on TV
Champalgn Countv track meet at Rantoul WE 'WON 6260
Nettle was elected track queen
Sen1o1 slumber party Sangamon track meet Mahomet
Dlstrlct track meet Best of luck fellows'
Only 9 more days of school fol Semors
Father Son Banquet sponsored b F F A
A late chance to sklp School' W at am I say1ng"'
Band Sprmg Concert the results of hard work
Pron1 IS only one week off We cant waxt'
Semors holdmg the1r breath Waltlng for the1r grades
Our yearbooks are belng bound
Hot off the press 1954 ECHO'
Autograph' Autograph' May I have vour auto mph"
Jumor Senlor Prom It was Out of thls World
Off to the w1ndy clty The begmnmg of two BUSY days'
95--Thlrty f1ve semors reluctantlv came home What a mce tlme'
Rev1ew1ng for exams Burnlng the mldmght oll
Last mmute crammlng The suffermg has begun
Semester exams Its all over now
Baccalaureate Mxxed emotmons
Gladuatxon dav"' Happiness a few tears The Endmg and the
Best of luck,
A '54 GRAD
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GRAIN Sz COAL COMPANY
G1 ams Coal I' eede Seeds
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LOW la HYBRIDS
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Roy J Falriield
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The Fisher Reporter
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NEW SPAI ER
Phone 344 Fwher
James T Moore
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I' Ishex 111111015
Dewey State Bank
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NIKITIIJGI Pedelal Depoext
III umnce Corporatmn
Fred Kurtz, Realtor
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Duectol of School
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Well gxoomed women
everywhere depend on
profebalonal beauty care
Vllma s Beauty Shop
Automoblle and Tractor Repalrmg
Mercury Outboazd Motors
Smclalr O11 Products
one 222 Flsher Ill
Phone 338 Flsher
Flsher Produce Co
Packers and Shlppers
Poultlv and Eggs
Phone 228 Fisher
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Cfzsolme I lIbl1CaY1tS
one 207 Fisher Ill
' Fisher, Illinois
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Atldb Tues Tubes Bdtteues
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Schrock Soll Servlce
H edrzck Tzre Company
F1he1 Illmoxs F1 her Illmols
Fme Clans R1ngQ
Announcements Yearbookq Award
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Phone 107 Flehel 111111013
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Sales and Servlce
GIBSON CITY IMPLEMENT COMPANY
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Hardware Plumbing and Heating
Paints and Wallpaper
Maytag and Coleman
Sales and Service
SHELLAYE BOTTLE G AS
one 31 Flbson City Ill
RI KI LST ITE and INSURANCE
Phone 48 Gibson City Ill
Johnson Motor Service
Perfect Cncle Piston Rmge
Machine Shop SGIVICQ
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Gibson City Milk
8z Ice Company
Ice Cream Milk Lockers
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Gibson Cltv Illinois
Corn Belt Mills, Inc
Gibson City Illinois
Phone 629 for appointment
C R WARLOW and COMPANY
Hagel Building' Gibson City
let us do your bookkeeping
119 W Seventh Street
Cibson Clty Illinois
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Glbson Cltv lllmols
Dr Theo Q Swanson
New Gxound Ifloor
Glbson City Ill
JAKE and KATE S
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Steak and Fried Chlckcn
Glb on Clty Illmoxs
A good place to sase
S K O G M A ' S
Glb on Cnty Illmols
BETTER THREE WAYS
Van s Insurance
D 'VI VAN! AINTWERP Agent
101 NI Church Street Phone 411
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Flrst National Bank
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Pamtmg. Body and Fender Repalrs
Used Cals and Trucks
JOHIN R BRUEHL Prop
Phone 182 Glbson Clty Ill
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Glbson Cxty lllmols
ARENDS and SONS
lohn Deere Implements
SKI ES AND SPRVICE
Clbson C1t5 Ill1IlO1S
ROY A PARRETT
Farm Loans Real Estate
PHONE 261 J
200 South Sangamon
Glbson Clty Illlnols
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Custard Ice Cream
Hnfes Root Beer
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Gibson Clty Illln0lS
Clbson C115 llllnols
Royal O11 and Gas
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DRIVE and SAVE
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FARMS AND HOMES
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New Home Sewmg Machmes
Jordan Drug Shop
A Good Place to Trade
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FARM FIRE FARM LIABILITY HAH
Special Rates for Trucke
For IHSU1 ance to Meet Every Need
Call 66435 Bloomington Illmors
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Jefferson Bake Shop Little Chef
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CH AMPAICN ILLINOIS
113 West. Church
CHAMPAIGN II LINOIS
The Przce Pamt Store
D W PRICF Pronrletor
108 S NBII Street lhone 2l4b
107 S Walnut Street
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The Quallty Cafe
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The lmest Food
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Beautxful Flower and Glfts
lfarm Implements and Supplies
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Jack Bell Gas C0
S K E L G A S
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