Flanagan High School - Syllabus Yearbook (Flanagan, IL)
- Class of 1960
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This ls Our Story
THE AUTHORS OF OUR STORY
THE PRODUCERS OF OUR STORY
THE CAST OF OUR STORY
Chapter I. FEATURE STORIES
Senior Class Play
Chapter II. CLUB STORIES
Boys' and Girls' Choruses
Chapter IH. SPORTS STORIES
THE SPONSORS OF OUR STORY
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The Authors of Our Stmy
ROW 1: Larry Wilson, Janet Zehr, Janet Thiel, Bud Yordy, Miss Baker. ROW 2: Bev Schell, Jean Loudon, Mary
Gorman, Ladonna Marshall, JoAnn Rustman, Mary Koopman, Marjorie Post, Marilyn Post, Linda Onken, Myra
Johnson, l,intla Otto, Willadean Odle. ROW 3: Bob Weichman, Lynn Orendorff, Paul Uphoff, Tom Saxton, John
Gorman, Paul Stalter, Bob Smith. Not pictured: Sharon Harris.
Co-Editors . . . .
Assistant Editor . . .
Business Managers . .
Sports Editor . . . . .
Assistant Sports Editor
Art Editor. . . . . . .
Activities . . . . . . .
Class llistory . .
Soniorllistory . .
Senior Slogans . .
Class Prophecy . .
Class Will . . .
Class Poem .
Class Histories . .
Music . . .
Junior . . .
. . Janet Thiel 8: Larry Wilson
. . Bud Yordy RL John Gorman
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. . Lynn Orendorff
. . . Linda Onken
. . JoAnn Rustman
. . Bob Wiechman
. . Myra Johnson
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Bud Yordy, Linda Otto, 8a Bob Smith
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. . . . . . . John Gorman
. . . . . Marjorie Post
. . Mary Ann Koopman
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Board of Education
SEATED: Leo Nolan fSecretaryJ, Albert Post fPresidenty, John Barth. STANDING: Tjark Rients, Ralph Forney, Paul
Koeller, Virgil May.
OPEN LETTER TO SENIORS:
You are required to have a number of
credits to graduate from high school. Let us
hope you have accomplished some other things
We hope you have learned to get along with
peopleg that you have learned to like to read
worthwhile materialsg that you have learned
how to find what you desire to know: that you
know how to take care of your body.
We hope you make religion an important
part of your daily life: that you are willing to
work at wholesome tasksg that you realize
romance is a part of lifeg and that genuine
service to your fellowman is essential to your
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B.A. , University of Illinois
M.A., University of Chicago
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B,S,, University otglllinois
American Problems, Librariang
B.S. . Illinois State Normal University
Grade 8: High School Vocal Music, Bandg
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Junior Sponsor, Commerce,
B.S. , Illinois Stale Normal University
Freshman Sponsor, History,
Boys' Physical Education,
Drivers' Training, Assistant Coach:
B, S, , Illinois State Normal University
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CLASS OFFICERS 'QT
President . . . . . Paul Uphoff A
Vice-President . . . . Tom Saxton .
Secretary. . . . Janet Zehr
Treasurer . . . . Sharon Harris ,
For the Seniors - - - A Story of u Year of Memories
In August of 1956, thirty-eight students entered the halls of FHS as freshmen. Elected
for the year were President, John Gorman, Vice-President, Roger Rappz Secretary-
Treasurer, Joyce Folkersg Student Council members, Janet Thiel and Robert Weichman.
Our sponsors for the year were Miss Diemer and Mr. Cotter. During the year, we
gained four new members: Della Lamb, Ingo Kastner, Bill Duffy, and June Pommier.
During the year, we lost james Thiry.
Elected as our class officers in our second year were President, Paul Uphoffg Vice-
President, Roger Rapp, Secretary-Treasurer, Beverly Schell, and Student Council
members, Janet Thiel and Larry Wilson. Our sponsors for this year were Mrs. Durre
and Mr. Cotter. Our float, entitled "Last Rites for Lexington", won second place.
Officers chosen to lead us in our third year were President, Larry Wilson, Vice-
President, John Gorman, Secretary-Treasurer, janet Zehr. Our class sponsors were Mrs
Durre and Mr. Cotter. The first important event was the arrival of our class rings. In
order to improve our financial status, we had canteens and other money-making projects .
This year our float won first prize. Another highlight of the year was being hosts to the
seniors at the Junior-Senior Prom.
We now enter our fourth and final year at FHS. Officers chosen for the year were
President, Paul Uphoffg Vice-President, Tom Saxtong Secretary, Janet Zehr: Treasurer,
Sharon Harrisg and janet Thiel, Larry Wilson, and John Gorman, Student Council
members. Our class sponsor was Mr. Cotter. During the year, we sponsored a
pancake-sausage supper, a senior play, "All In The Family", and other projects by which
we made money. The royal couple at Homecoming was Beverly Schell as Queen and Larry
Wilson as King. Janet Zehr was the senior attendant. janet Thiel received the D.A.R,
award. Most of the class members were trying to make the deadlines and such for the
annual, with the assistance of our yearbook advisor, Miss Baker. With many thanks to
her, we made it. As guests, we looked forward to the junior-Senior Prom in 1960. On
May l-8, we took our long-awaited senior trip to Washington, D.C. and New York. Our
high school days finally came to a close with the baccalaureate services on May 22 and
then graduation on May 27.
"How can I study with a man on my brain?"
F.H.A. 1, 2, 3,4, G,A.A. 1,2, 3,45 Girls' Chorus
1, 2, 3, 45 Mixed Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4, Senior Class Play.
"1 can llve without music and walking, but who ln the
world can live without talking?"
Class Secretary lg F,H.A. l, 2, Mixed Chorus l,2, 3,
4: Photography Club 3,49 G,A.A, l, 2, 3, 45 Girls'
Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4.
"It may be life, but a1n't lt slow."
F,F.A. l,2, 3,45 Boys' Chorus 1, Track 2, 3, 4,
Basketball 1, 2, 45 Senior Class Play.
"The chores can wait, t0I11Q1I we llveI"
F.F.A. 49 Track 1, 2, 33 Baseball l, 25 Football l,2, 3,
45 Basketball 1, 2, 3, 45 Senior Class Play, Varsity Club
Science Club 35 Prom King 4.
"The women - they g'ive me no peace."
Class President 13 Class Vice-President 33 Student
Baseball 1, 2, 3, 43 Football 13 Basketball l, 2, 3, 43
Senior Class P1ay3 Syllabus 3, 43 Varsity Club 2, 3, 43
Boys' State 33 Science Club 3, 43 Prom Attendant 4.
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GLEN HANSEN . , A
"Patience, -and shuffle the cards." 1
Track 1, 2, 3, 43 Football l, 2, 3, 43 Varsity Club 2, 3, 43 1 .
Photography Club 45 Science Club 3. A 3 X , 3
Council 43 Boys' Chorus 1, 2, 3, 43 Mixed Chorus 2, 3, 4
"A.h'aid of mice but not of men. "
Girls' Chorus 2, 3, 43 Mixed Chorus 3, 43 Photography
Club 3, 4 .
SHARON KAY HARRIS
"I can resist anything but temptation. "
Class Treasurer 43 F.H,A, 1, 2, 3,43 G.A.A. l, 2, 3, 43
Girls' Chorus 1, 2, 3, 43 Mixed Chorus 2, 3, 4.
Tra.nsfer from Roanoke-Benson 19583 G.A.A, 1, 2, 3, 43
"While you're alive - llvel"
F,H.A, 1, 2, 3, 4, Recreation Ch. 4, G.A,A, 1, 2, 3, 4,
Sec.-Treas. 4, Girls' Chorus 1, 2, 3,45 Mixed Chorus
3, 4, Cheerleader 45 Syllabus 4, Senior Play
CAROL ELAINE JONES
"A friendly smile can melt the hardest heart."
Girls' Chorus 43 Mixed Chorus 45 Speech Club 4,
Transfer from Pontiac 1958.
LADONNA JEAN MARSHALL
"A quiet manner, a willing way. "
F.H.A. 1,45 G.A.A. 2, 3,4g Syllabus 4, F.N,A. 3.
"A gal of 1, O00 charming ways - smiles and giggles
fill all her days . "
G.A.A. l,2, 3,4g Girls' Chorus l,2, 3, 4, Mixed
Chorus 1, 2, 3, 45 Speech Club 3, 4, Secretary 4.
LINDA KAY ONKEN
'Never do today what you can put off 'til tomorrow."
G,A,A. 1, 2, 3,4g Mixed Chorus 4, Girls' Chorus 1,2,
3, 49 Syllabus 4, Photography Club 3, 4, Majorette 4.
"She makes men forget that they prefer blonds . "
F.H.A. 1,43 G.A.A. 1,2, 3,4, V.-Pres. 4, Girls'
Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4, Mixed Chorus 2, 3, 45 Cheerleader
2, 3, 43 Syllabus 43 Flanfare 15 Photography Club 3,
Homecoming Attendant 3.
LYNN I. ORENDORF F
"A steady guy whose disposition never varies . "
Band 1, 2, 3, 45 Boys' Chorus 1, 2, 3, 45 Mixed Chorus 1,
2, 3, 43 Track 2, 35 Baseball lg Football 1, 3, 4g Syllabus
LINDA LOU OTTO
"I'm a woman of few words, but I use them often."
F.H,A, 1,2, 3,45 G,A,A, 1,2,3,4g Girls' chorus 1,2,
3, Syllabus 4.
45 Varsity Club 3, 49 Science Club 3, 4. .
"Her only fault is that she has no fault. "
G.A.A. 1, 2, 3, 4: Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Girls' Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4,
Mixed Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4, Syllabus 4, F.N.A. 3, 4,
Secretary 4 .
"Her dimpled smlle ca.n melt a.nyone's heart. "
G,A.A. 1, 2, 3, 4, Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Girls' Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4,
Mixed Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4, Syllabus 4, Senior Play,
Photography Club 4, F.T,A, 3.
RONALD DEWAYNE RABER
"The naked truth of it ls, Ihave no shirt. "
F.F,A, l, 2, 3, 4, Sentinel 4, Boys' Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4,
Mixed chorus 1,2, 3,4, Track 1, 2, Footbau 1, 2, 3, 4,
Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4, Varsity Club 3, 4.
ROGER WILLIAM RAPP
"His line and talent are pure magic. "
Class V.-Pres. l, 2, Band l,4, Boys' Chorus 1, 2, 3,4,
Mixed Chorus l, 2, 3, 4, Track 2, Baseball 3, Football
1, 2, 3, 4, Basketball 2, 4, Senior Play, Varsity Club 2,
3, 4, Speech Club 3, 4, Pres. 4.
Jo ANN RUSTMAN
"Liked by all who lcnow her .
F,H,A, 1, 2, 3, 4, Treasurer 35 Girls' Chorus 1, 2, 3,45
Mixed Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4, Senior Play, Syllabus 4.
"Pep is her first, second, and third name."
Class Secretary 15 F.H,A. 1, 2, 3, 4, Historian 2, 3,
President 45 G.A.A. l, 2, 3, 4, Point Keeper 45 Girls'
Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4, Mixed Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4g Cheerleader
2, 3, 45 Syllabus 45 Homecoming Attendant 1, Queen 45
Prom Attendant 4 .
"It's nice to be natural when you're naturally nice. "
F,H,A, l, 2, 3, 4, Historian 4, G.A.A. l, 2, 3, 45 Girls
Chorus 1, 2, 3, 45 Mixed Chorus 2, 3, 4.
"I'd rather hold a basketball than any girl - or would
C1335 V.-PICS. 4: B0yS' Chorus lg Mixed Chorus 1,
Track 2, 3, 45 Basketball l, 2, 3, 45 Syllabus 4, Varsity
Club 3, 4, Science Club 3, 4.
She is proof that beauty and brains do mix."
Student Council 1 2 3 4 G A A, 1,2, 3,45 Girls'
Chorus 1 2 3 Mixed Chorus 1 2, 3, 45 Senior Play 45 5
Syllabus 4 Co edltor Future Nurses of America 3,
ROBERT H. SMITH
"And what would life be if we took it seriously?"
F.F.A. 1, 2, 3, 43 Boys' Chorus 1, 2, 3, 45 Mixed Chorus
1, 2, 3, 45 Baseball 3, 45 Football 3, 4, Manager 1, 25
Basketball 1, 2, 35 Syllabus 45 Varsity Club 3, 4.
'Because I m quiet doesn t mea.n I have nothing to
Boys Chorus 1 2 3 4 Mixed Chorus 2, 3,45 Track 1,
2 3 4 Football l Basketball 1 2, 3, 45 Syllabus 4,
Sports Edltor Varsity Club 3 45 Science Club 3, 4.
"Why hurry through life? You'1l never get out alive. "
F.F.A. 1, 2, 3, 45 Boys' Chorus 1, 25 Mixed Chorus 1,
25 Basketball 1, 2.
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'Some may talk - Some may laugh - I'1l do both
forever . "
F,H.A. 1, 2, 3, 43 G.A.A, 1, 2, 3, 43 Girls' Chorus 1, 2,
3, 43 Mixed Chorus 43 Senior Playg Photography Club 33
Transfer from Reddick, 1957.
DAVID ALLAN TIMMERMAN
"Strictly for business - monkey business . "
F.F,A. 1, 2, 3, 4, Sentinel 3, Secretary 43 Baseball 3,
43 Basketball 1, 23 Varsity Club 1, 4.
FREDERICK DUANE UPHOFF
"Quietly he slips through F .H.S. "
F,F.A. 1, 2, 3, 43 Band 1, 2, 3, 43 Boys' Chorus 13Track
2, 3, 43 Baseball 3, 43 Basketball 1, 2.
"What the devil won't do, you can bet those women .
Class President 2, 43 Student Council 33 F.F.A. 1, 2, 3,
4, V.-Pres. 3, 43 Band 1, 2, 3, 43 Boys' Chorus 1, 2, 3,43
Mixed Chorus l, 2, 3, 43 Football lg Senior Playg
Syllabus 4 .
ROBERT CHRIS WEICHMAN
"The good die young, I'l1 live to a ripe old age."
Student Council 15 F.F.A, 2, 3, 4, Pres. 4, Band 1, 2,
3, 45 Boys' Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4, Mixed Chorus 1, 2, 3, 43
Track 33 Football lg Syllabus 4.
"Firm spoke in the Senior Wheel."
Class President 35 Student Council Sec.-Treas. 2,
President 4, Boys' Chorus 1, 25 Mixed Chorus 1, 2,
Baseball 1, 2: Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4, Syllabus Co-editor
45 Varsity Club 1, 2, 3, 45 Homecoming King 43 Speech
81 Dramatics Club 3, 4.
ELTON QBUDJ YORDY
'J f "Give me a vacation, or give me death. "
Boys' Chorus l, 2, 3, 45 Mixed Chorus 1, 2, 3, 43 Foot-
ball 1, 2, 35 Basketball Manager 1, 2, 3, 43 Senior Play
43 Syllabus 4, Varsity Club 3, 45 Photography Club
Vice-Pres. 4, Science Club 3.
JANET CAROL ZEHR
"When I m good, l'm very good, but when l'm bad. .
Class Sec.-Treas. 3, Sec. 43 F.H,A. 1,
Parliamentarian 2, Ch. Recreation 3, Vice-Pres. 4
C,A,A, 1, 2, Point Keeper 3, President 4, Girls'
Chorus 1, 2, 3, Cheerleader 2, 3, 43 Syllabus Asst.
Editor 4, Homecoming Attendant 2, 45 Prom Queen 4.
Senior Class Poem
Happy Janet Z. complains she's always last,
But she'll start my poem with a blast.
A ready wit has Ronnie R. ,
And armed with it he'll travel far.
With a whoop and a holler, there goes Joyce
F . acting very merryg
She must be after her good friend Gary.
If someone asked about the peppiest cheer-
leader I know,
I would merely answer Willadean O.
Bill D. just flew pastg
He muSt be trailing a girl, I guess .
"Ole" Rog R. never strays far:
just ask where the girls be and there you
So observing is Bud Y.:
I remember when it gave him a sty in his
Sharon H. never seems to get forlorng
I think the reason is a boy named Loren.
Larry W. is a pal of mine,
And in basketball and other things he does
very fine .
Myra J . is quite a pearl,
She's so good because she's the policeman's
Lynn O. is not so very slow,
Just think ole "Orny" built a radio.
Marilyn and Marjorie P. are such intelligent
When they play checkers, I wonder who wins
Carol Jones is a new girl,
And has made many friends during the
We have two Linda O. 's,
But telling them apart is easy as everyone
Glen H. has red hair: it really is bright,
I'll bet he has to cover his head at night.
Robert W. is quite a sight,
He's so smart he's almost "albrigi1t. "
My friend, Tom S . , thinks I'm quite smallg
And I'm not really small at all.
Carefree Bob S . is in quite a messg
He louvered his hood with a fan blade, I
Harold C. is handy with a saw.
In fact, he can build most anything at all.
Marcia C. is always happy as can be,
For she says giggles are always free.
What's this we hear about Mary Nolan?
A boy from Lexington, her heart has stolen
If you ever need help, just ask Paul S .
The answer he gives is sure to be yes.
Janet T. is bolmd to go far,
She's already won the DAR.
Dave T. is the boy everyone calls "Fuzz, "
Although no one remembers what the
reason was .
Vic T. is as adventurous as can beg
Maybe he'l1 become a sailor and sail the
Related to each other are Fred and Paul U.
Put your trust in either, and you'll never
A witty girl is our Kay Tullg
Conversation with her is never dull.
Pat H. is a gay girl, quite like the latter.
She'll laugh at anything: what, it doesn't
La Donna M. , they said it couldn't be doneg
But this L.M. gets the job done and has fun.
Marilyn R. is a friendly lass,
And with our class, she'll always pass .
A pleasant personality has Jo Ann R. ,
And her grades in school were always up
For three years, Bev S . has been a
And she did a good job says everyone who
has seen her.
If you think this poem is silly and actually quite queer,
I see the "nut" who wrote it everytime I see a mirror. ---John G.
Today marks the day of great history to the town. of Flanagan, Illinois . Today is like any other day, only different. 'I'he
tlme: June l, 1980. The place: Flanagan H191 School. The matter of importance: 1960 class reunion.
As we mill through the crowd, we see a lot of famlllar faces. 'I'he flrst person we greet ls MARILYN RIEN'lS. It seems
Marilyn decided to settle down and has five llttle T.V. repalrmen around the house . She lives in Minnesota so she can keep an
eye on her hubby whlle he attends two weeks' summer camp.
'l'here's another famlllar face. Why, lt's "FUZZ" lsometlmes called DAVE TIMMERMAND. It seems after Dave bullt hls
first hot rod he started racing blg cars . l-le just came back from winning at the Le Mans Speedway ln France.
KAY TULL ls now an exclusive interior decorator at Henry Hudson Hotel in New York. lt seems she began this career on
our senlor trip when she rearranged her crowded hotel room.
Good "ole" GLEN HANSEN ls running a Pizzarla in Flanagan. Those trips to Streator got too expensive, I guess .
l hear LADONNA MARSHALL attended business college after graduation and ls now a famous executive secretary to Nelson
Rockefeller. Her annual salary ls only 810, 000.
FRED UPHOFF declded to go into farming, but lt soon rulned his health. You see, he ralsed S, 000 acres of Idaho potatoes,
and he really "hadda" hoe.
Look at that beautlful sun tanl That could only be one person--RON RABER. He's selling lawn mowers ln Hawaii. Guess
he's got a good thing going, too.
MARJORIB PCBT ls nursing at the "Klll-'em-Qulck" dog and cat hospital in Hawaii, too. She said she's had that ln the back
of her mind ever slnce she heard the boys' quartet murder that "Doggie ln the Window. "
Her twin sister, MARILYN PCBT, became so Interested ln psychlatry in college that she has opened an office ln Flanagan
slnce yaduatlon. Marllyn says, "Come tell your troubles to me. "
ROGER RAPP declded to make use of hls musical sblllty after graduation and ls now directing Lawrence Welk's orchestra.
It seems Rog began with the band as a vocallst. Oh, yes, Rog says his favorite saying ls "Turn off the bubble machine. "
And over here we see JO ANN RUSTMAN who ls now a famous toy deslgxer and manufacturer. She tells me she developed
her talent whlle buying so many new toys for her baby brother.
Ch, yes, there ls the famous dance team from our class, HAROLD CARS'l'ENS and PAT HARRIS. They now rum the "l-larold
Csrstsns School of Dance. " Wlth Harold's charming face, he took rlgit over where Arthur Murray left off. Pat has taken over
Why lf it lsn't JOYCE FOLKERSI
"What are you dolag now, Joyce?"
"I'm a stewardess for Wl-IUGT fWe-Hope-U-Get-Thruj Alrllnes. "
'l'here's VICTOR THEESFIELD who now owns the largest fishing resort ln the U.S. It ls located ln Wlsconsln and Vlc says,
"lf you want to catch 'really blg' flsh, come see me. "
While looklng through an old newspaper we happened to find, we came upon a syndicated column entltled "Washington
Whlspers . " Of course, lt was written by none other than the co-editor of our 1960 yearbook, JANET THIEL. Janet became
interested in Washington whlle on our senior trip.
We also read an article about the hlghest paid member of our class of '60, LARRY WILSON. He now owns controlling
Interest in Wilson Sporting Goods Company. Just to keep in practlce, Larry has recently joined the world renowned basketball
team known as "Big Tom's Dun.klng Flve. "
Of course, "Big Tom" is none other than our own TOM SAXTON who has just returned from Kentucky where he remained
after graduating from Murray State College. Alter graduation, he went on to form this famous team whldl now has a record of
100 wins and no losses.
MARCIA CREMER has been successfully married for some time now. She's llvlng In the Florlda Everglades keeping ahead
of Uncle Sam by raising tax deductions .
SHARON HARRIS has become an Arkansas "moonshlner. " Recently she was arrested for runnlng the largest "still" west of
the Mlsslaslppl. She always was fond of the moon.
Yes, she was arrested by BILL DUFFY, who ls now a famous F.B.l. agent. Being an undercover agent most of the tlme, he
has assumed the code name of Eliot Bess or Fess or something like that.
Standing nearby us now ls MYRA JOHNSON who was one of the former F.H.S. "hol1ering" cheerleaders. lf you look around
you may see a few of those llttle "Beller's . "
I wonder why LINDA ONKEN is wearing a slmhelmet? 01, that's rigmt. She is now selling T.V. sets in the Belgian Congo.
01, and there in the sunglasses, is E.R. fBuddyJ YORDY. After hls brilliant performance in the senior class play Ln 1960,
he was discovered and signed as a western T.V. actor starring ln his new program, "Wagon Boss . "
"Bud, do you like your work?"
"Do you think your work is important?"
'Nope . "
"Well, you mean your work lsn't important?"
" --------- Ch, darnl I forgot my lines."
While at Flanagan Hlgm, CAROL JONES was very much interested Ln speech and dramatics. Carol has now developed her
interest further and goes from school to school glvlng programs. It seems that last week she gave a program at F.H.S.
entitled "Way Back Yonder ln 1960. "
After doing a wonderful impersonation of "Elvis" at a senior class all-school party ln '60, WILLADEAN ODLE challenged
and has taken over "Elvls"' position in the record field. Next year she plans to open a teddy bear exhibit at the Wor1d's Fair.
ROBERT WEICHMAN has now taken over hls father's job as janltor at Flanagan H131 School. It seems he got his start by
helping his dad back ln 1960. l-lls assistant janitor ls his wife, Kathy. 'I'hey always were inseparable.
This man was telling me he is about to be promoted next week. After twenty years of faithful service, ROBERT SMITH will
be promoted to the rank of "Captain, " lover all carry-out boys at the A 81 P market in Pontiacj. After twenty more years as
"Captain, " he will receive a gold pin wlt:h these famous words inscribed upon lt--"Carry out, Please."
Look who we meet nowl None other than MARY QQulte Contraryj NOLAN. She is now a specialist in the "Lab" at St. James
Hospital i.n her spare time. Spare time? Who has spare time when they're raising little redheads!
Sitting ln the lawn chair to our rigmt is none other than the exclusive mllllonnalre, JANET ZEHR. Janet ls still single and
llvlng up to her' motto, "Live, love and laugh."
Another successful story ls that of PAUL STALTER. He owns a large skating rink ln Princeton. From his amassed
fortune, he built a large dlrty sock dlsnoser, which he donated to the boys' locker room at F.C.H.S.
The hard luck story of our class belongs to our own petite BEV SCHELL. She entered nurses' training however, whenever
she held a patlent's hand, lg temperature would rlse drastically. Three weeks and 147 dxermometers later, she was forced to
quit and is now working in Grldley with her husband at the Chevrolet garage as a grease monkey.
lf you're staylng up many nlgmts searching through your astronomy books for that extra little object you see up on the moon,
you needn't be alarmed any longer. It's merely harmless, old Professor LYNN ORENDORFF running around up there trying to
flnd the green cheese he's always heard about.
Since graduation LINDA UI'l'O's small Bock of chickens has expanded into a huge chicken farm and she now employees 30
eligible men to take care of them for her. Ten years hasn't changed Llnda.
The man with the winning srnlle ln the center of the room is none other than PAUL UPHOFF. I-le's malnly remembered for
startlng the N.F .A.C. fNatlonal Friendly Argument Clubj which originated ln F.C.H.S. He feels he got his start ln Engllsh IV
Yes, these are the members of the graduating class of 1960. Just as they have changed, so has Flanagan i-nga School. The
school has gone modern with built-ln escalators, sixty-minute recesses every hour, music piped to every classroom, and a
tranqulllzer dlspenser ln the teacher's room.
However, the man responsible for most of this is none other than world renowned JOHN GORMAN. John's real talent was
discovered whlle at college. lt seems he was appearing in a major dramatic production: and whlle he was on me stage, he
slipped and fell on his "ba1ley. " Since then, Keven considering his legsj he's become a famous ballet dancer. F.C.H.S. was
forttmate enougi to receive a portion of hls great fortune .
Well, I guess that wraps up this coverage of the 1960 class reunion. We nope you enjoyed meetlng our famous Class of 1960
lust Will and Testament of The Class ol 1960
We, the members of the Senior Class of 1960, being of sound mind and body, do hereby leave this, our
last will and testament.
To all of the students of Flanagan High, we leave our ability to graduate in four years.
To all of the faculty, we leave our thanks and appreciation for their help and guidance throughout our
To the Underclassmen, individually, we leave the following:
I, Harold Carstens, leave my speaking ability to anyone who has the desire and initiative to open their
I, Marcia Cremer, leave my ability to go with just gig sweet guy to Dee Dee Carls.
I, Bill Duffy, leave my winning ways with the opposite sex to Wayne Carstens.
Joyce Folkers, leave nothing--I'm taking Gary with mel
John Gorman, leave my love for the Cardinals to all the birds in school.
I, Glen Hansen, leave my red hair to Rodney Hartzlerl
I, Pat Harris, ------- leavel
I, Sharon Harris, leave Juanita Zimmerman to keep an eye on Loren Tammen for two years,
I, Myra Johnson, leave ln a black Ford for Pontiac.
I, Carol Jones, leave my quiet ways to Claretta Tammen and my dramatic ability to Peggy Haase.
I, Ladonna Marshall, leave my ability to get straight A's to Peggy Haase.
I, Mary Nolan, leave my ability to attend parties and make frequent trips to the Square in Pontiac to
I, Willadean Odle, leave my last name--I'm getting a new one!
I, Linda Onken, leave my short hair and good grades to Kay Murphy and Peggy Haase.
I, Lynn Orendorff, leave my scientific mind to Ron Obert.
I, Linda Otto, leave my ability to date all the boys, not just one, to Marlene Reese.
We, Marilyn and Marjorie Post, leave our ability to get along together to Norma Johnson and Jim
I, Ron Raber, leave my ability to drive after dark to Mr. Hoover in hopes that he can make it from
Peoria to Flanagan without getting off the road.
Roger Rapp, leave my Hollywood mufflers to Loren Tammen's '38 Chevy.
Marilyn Rlents, do leave for Minonk.
I, JoAnn Rustman, leave my long hair to Priscilla Mells,
I, Bob Smith, leave my ability to dance to Harold Frobish.
I, Bev Schell, leave my big, brown eyes to Lois Buettemeier,
I, Paul Stalter, leave my solid geometry knowledge to Danny Harms.
I, Victor Theesfield, leave my driving ability to Steve Knuttl.
I, Janet Thiel, leave my ability to speak up at Student Council meetings to Jerry Voss, in hopes he will
I, David Timmerman, leave my mischievous ways to Ernie Rients and Brian York.
I, Kay Tull, leave my short, naturally curly hair to Claretta Tammen.
l, Fred Uphoff, leave my ability to get along with Woodland boys to Sonja Schneider.
I, Paul Uphoff, leave my "little red address book" to anyone who can make more use of it thanl can.
I, Robert Weichman, leave Kathy for just one more year.
l, Larry Wilson, leave my desire to dunk a basketball to Jack Carls.
I, Buddy Yordy, leave my selling ability to Ronnie Timmerman,
I, Janet Zehr, leave none of my abilities to anyone--not that I'm selfish, but rather because I need
what few I have for myself.
XX I, Tom Saxton, leave my rebounding ability to Wendell Rudesill.
XX We, Bev, Jan, Myra, and Willa, leave our perfect timing, our old, crusty cheering outfitsg and our
X "Hit lt" to the 1960-61 cheerleaders,
We, the Senior Varsity Basketball boys, leave our Midstate champ title to be equaled again next year
by the basketball team.
We, the Senior Class, leave our mischievous ways, our hard-working selves, and our parliamentary
procedures in class meetings to our class sponsor, Mr. Cotter, so he 'll cherish the class of 1960
ln Witness Whereof, the Senior Class hereunto set their hand this twenty-
seventh day of May in the year one thousand nine hundred and sixty.
President . . . . . Harold Frobish
Vice-President ..... Jim Roeschley
Secretary-Treasurer. Lois Buettemeier
For the Juniors - - - A Story of u Year of Business
In August, 1959, thirty-three "jolly jtu1iors" returned to the familiar halls of Flanagan
As class officers for the year, we chose: Harold Frobish, presidentg jim Roeschley,
vice-presidentg Lois Buettemeier, secretary-treasurerg and Norma johnson and jerry
Voss to represent us in Student Cotmcil.
During the year we lost Douglas Schrockg but gained Karen Derby, Gary Cripe, Steve
Knutti, and Chuck Voss.
Norma johnson was elected the queen's attendant for Homecoming. Our float entitled
"We Auto Win" won second prize.
Our money-making projects for the year were selling candy, sponsoring a chili
supper, and having some canteens .
The thrilling moments of the year, however, were the arrival of our class rings and
presenting the Junior-Senior prom and banquet.
Our sponsors for the year were Miss Baker and Mrs . Yordy.
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Vice-President . . . Jerry Zehr
Secretary-Treasurer. .Beverly Bomhoff
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A Story of u Year of Growth
On August 31, 1959, forty sophomores
returned to Flanagan High to continue the work
"cut out" for us. During the year we lost a
classmate, Loran Harris, but gained one,
Our class officers were President, Larry
Jansseng Vice President, Jerry Zehrg
Secretary-Treasurer, Beverly Bomhoffg and
Student Council representatives, Jean Barth
and Richard Dippon.
Our class sponsors were Miss Streid and
Mrs . Durre.
During the year our class sponsored a bake
sale and had a basketball canteen to make
Suzanne Thomas was chosen as queen's
attendant at Homecoming. Our float was
entitled "Stairway To Victory".
One of the most important events of our
school days took place in March. We ordered
our class rings, and, if we don't give them
away, you'll see us flashing them next year.
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Secretary-Treasurer. . Mary Roeschley
For the Freshmen - - - A Story of u Year of Beginnings
We started our freshman year with thirty-three members under the direction of Mr.
Oliver Turchi. We chose Rodney Hartzler as our president and Marilyn Schertz as vice-
president. Our secretary-treasurer was Mary Roeschley and our student council
members were Sonja Schneider and james Weichmann.
We entered a very unsuccessful float in the Homecoming festivities, the theme of
which was "Let's Rocket to Victory".
During the year Mary Harris and Peggy Schrock moved away, but Nancy Voyles and
Barbara Bergner joined us leaving the total number in the freshman class at thirty-three.
We are eagerly anticipating a successful sophomore year.
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ROW 1: Norma Johnson, Larry Wilson, Jean Barth, Janet Thiel. ROW 2: Jim Wiechmann, Richard Dippon, Jerry
Voss, Mr. Hoover, Sonja Schneider, John Gorman.
This year the Student Council was headed by President Larry Wilson, Vice-President
Norma johnson, and Secretary-Treasurer Jean Barth. Other Council members were janet
Thiel, John Gorman, jerry Voss, Richard Dippon, Sonja Sclmeider, and jim Weichmann.
Our sponsor was Mr. Hoover.
The main project of the year was the planning of homecoming activities . This
included the election and crowning of royalty, parade, and the dance which was held
several weeks later. The Council members had a car wash to help finance this dance,
where the George Nichols' Orchestra of Streator furnished the music.
Probably our biggest success was the Volleyball Night. Everyone who attended had a
lot of fun and got plenty of exercise. A "'Iwirp" Party was also sponsored. Crowned
King and Queen "'Iwirp" were Jack Carls and Cheryl Molln. Other activities were a
dress-up day and a picnic the last day of school.
The Cotuicil worked out an orderly method of Senior-ority, picked the assemblies for
the coming year, sold candy in the office during noon hours, furnished refreshments for
afternoon parties, and kept the Coke machine filled.
For anyone who worked on the Council, it was an exciting and rewarding year.
Being a registered nurse and working with crippled children is the aspiration of
Beverly Kay Schell, Homecoming Queen of 1959. She was born on October 22, 1942, a
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Orville Schell.
Beverly has been very active during her four years at FCHS. She says she has received
great satisfaction in school by taking a varied number of courses. She went on to say that
she has found new interests this way and also feels that she has a good background to use
for her future studies .
The Ten Commandments ranked as her favorite movie. Her favorite food is pizza.
When Beverly isn't busy you might find her working on her hobby, which is photography.
She is a member of the Nazarene Church in Streator.
One of the hi-points in Larry's life has been being elected as Homecoming King of 1959
Larry is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Wilson and arrived on January 31, 1942.
Larry looks back thru his years at FCHS and particularly remembers playing basket-
ball, working on the yearbook, meeting Miss America, and making many lifetime friend-
Reading, dating, and playing basketball are Larry's favorite pastimes: but, he also
enjoyed the movie, The Ten Commandments, which is his favorite. I-le is also on the
look-out for a wonderful girl who is particularly good at cooking steaks, his favorite food.
Larry attends Meadows Mennonite Church and is very active in the church work. He
hopes to attend Wheaton College and a seminary. Then he plans to enter the ministry
either at home or in a foreign field.
junior - NORMA JOHNSON Senior - JANET ZEHR
lfrushmqm - PNG SCIIROCK Sophomore - SUZY TIIOMA
Queen Bev Schell and King, Larry Wilson
ATTENIDANTS: Janet Zchr, Scniorg Norma Johnson, Jnniorg Suzy Thomas
Sophomoreg and Peggy Schrock, Freshman.
Senior Float--'Give 'Em A Fall" Junior Float--'We 'Auto' Win"
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"The teacher of the Romans." "Hail Caesar! "
Roman Bu nquet
This year for the first time the Latin classes sponsored a Roman banquet in which all
former Latin students participated. Everyone wore Roman garb and enjoyed a three-
course dinner of Roman food served by "slaves" who were the freshmen Latin Students.
A program depicting various phases of the Latin language and Roman life was presented
after the dinner.
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An Enchanting Hour with Miss America
" Welcome to Streator, Miss America. " "You're from Mississippi?"
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Miss Baker and I are in a motel here in Streator awaiting the arrival of Miss America. Here she comes now--
Hello, Miss Mead, I'm Larry Wilson and this is Pat Baker. We are representingFlanaganI-IighSchool's year-
book. We would like to ask you some questions, if you don't mind.
Why yes, Larry and Pat, I'd be happy to answer any questions that you might have.
Perhaps you could tell us your age and where you attend college?
Yes, I am 20 years old and attend the University of Mississippi.
Do you intend to go back?
I certainly do. I have a year and a half left, and I hope to get my Master's, too. Then I would like to teach
English at 'Ole Miss' . '
I-low did you become Miss America?
My sorority at college entered me in various contests and fkept winning, much to my surprise, until I
finally got to be Miss America of 1960.
Do you have any hobbies?
Why yes, I do. I collect records, but Ican't sing or play the piano myself. I also like water sports.
Do you think being Miss America has any educational value?
I certainly do. I think one year as Miss America is more educational than several years of college. I see
things first hand and I believe this is valuable to me. But most important, I am getting a better knowledge
of the United States and it makes me really appreciate it. It makes me very proud of the United States.
Do you find that people are very different from one part of the country to another?
No, I find people are-pretty much the same throughout the United States except for a little different accent.
A friend of mine back home told me, "You'll have to hasten your Mississippi pace somewhat," and I have.
Do you ever get homesick, Miss Mead?
I surely do. I saw my family for the first time in two months about three weeks ago.
Tell us about your family.
My family lives in Natchez, Mississippi, my hometown. My father sells cars in Natchez. And then there
is my mother and brother.
Miss Mead, that is a very pretty green suit you have on. Who designs your clothes?
Why, thank you. Everglade designs all my clothes especially for me and they are the latest designs. Most
of my clothes are wrinkleproof because of my constant travel.
It doesn't look like you have any problem keeping trim like most of us girls do. How do you do it?
No, I don't havethat trouble right now, anyway, I have a problem of losing too much weight because of a
lack of sleep and not taking time to eat.
Have you had any marriage proposals?
About five or six, I guess, from 5 or 6 year olds.
What do you think of going steady?
I went steady in high school and I think if you have never done it, it would be a good idea to do so, so you
know what it's all about. I don't think a young person should be deprived of going steady, anyway, atleast
once. l-Iowever, I do think it is much better and smarter to play the field and go with several. I dol
Well, Miss America, our time is about up but I would like to say that you're not at all whatl had
expected. You're so reall
Thank you very much: many people have that idea of Miss America, but I'm just a college girl and I
get occasional failing marks on tests and so forth like anyone else.
Good Bye, Miss Mead, it was so nice to have met you.
Thank you, it was nice to have met you. I especially enjoy talking to high school and college students.
Well, Pat, she surely is a pretty girl and nice, too. In fact, she was just "tremendous"!
Oh, I know it. That was an experience I'll never forget as long as I live.
Just think, Pat, we talked to her, shook hands with her, took pictures of her, and got her autograph. And
you know what I did? I forget to turn my film for a couple pictures, I was so excited.
And if you don't believe us, just ask Lynda Mead, Miss America of 1960.
SEATED B111 Duffy, Marilyn Post, Paul Uphoff, Janet Thiel, Roger Rapp, Bob Smith. STANDING: Bud Yordy
Harold Larstens, John Gorman, Myra Johnson, Kay Tull, Mr. A1 Hoover, Director, Marcia Cremer, JoAnn Rustman
Senior Class Play
Three-Act Comedy by Dr. Theodore Hatlen
Doris Miller .
Biff Sweitzer .
Fred Miller. .
Miss Mueller .
Betty Lou . . .
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. . Marilyn Post
. . . .Bill Duffy
. . .Paul Uphoff
. . .janet Thiel
. .john Gorman
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. . . Bob Smith
. . . Bud Yordy
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QULFN Janet Zehr KING Blll Duffy,
On Friday, April 29, 1960, the
juniors, seniors, and guests spent
an evening in Aloha land at the prom
and banquet. The theme was "Moon-
light Over Hawaii, " which featured
decorations of palm trees, a full
moon, a grass hut, and a beach.
George Nichols' band played for
The banquet, which was held in
the grade school gymnasium before
the dance, also carried out the
Hawaiian decor with flowers and
pastel colors, and the sophomore
girls who served added much to the
atmosphere by wearing hula skirts.
After the prom ended at 11:30
p.m., everyone journeyed to Minonk
to see the show, "But Not For Me. "
All who attended were most
unhappy to say "Aloha" to such a
"I could have danced all night, "
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"And the band played on and on."
"I crown you, Bill Duffy, King of the 1960
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Presentation of Awards. . .
Presentation of Diplomas . .
Valedictory Address . . .
Recessional. . . .
Marilyn Post .......
Marjorie Post . . .
John Gorman .... .
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LaDonna Marshall . . .
Larry Wilson .... .
. . Miss Lois Buettemeier
. . . Rev. Lotus Troyer
. . . . . .' Miss Marjorie Post
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. . . Dr. Arthur W. Watterson
Head of Geography Dept.
Illinois State Normal University
. . . . Prin. Marvin McDaniel
. . Sup't. Floyd W. Hendricks
. . . . . . Mr. Paul Koeller
Pres. Bd. of Education
. . . .Miss Marilyn Post
. . . . Rev. Lotus Troyer
. . Miss Lois Buettemeier
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ROW 1: Juanita Zimmerman, Marilyn Post, Jean Loudon, Jean Barth, Joyce lfolkers, Karen Derby. ROW 2: Bob
Strolieide, Pat Harris, Linda Onken, Peggy Haase, Suzy Thomas, Bev iiomhoff, Donna Orendorff, Miss Baker. ROW
3: Brian York, Jerry Voss, Bud Yordy, Harold ifrobish, Glen Hansen, Ronnie Timmerman, Roger Koopman, Ernest
The Photography Club is advised by :Q 1 +
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club has done various things this year. To
They studied snapshots, judging the good
and poor qualities of them. They also
examined some different types of cameras,
and they invited an amateur photographer
who gave an interesting talk about picture- ' J w
taking and showed some slides . Near the
end of the year, the club had a snapshot '
contest for members only.
ROW 1: Wanetta Kestner, Kathy Welch, Zelda Serpette, Fern Uphoff, Peggy Schrock, Charlene Lanning, Mary Harris
Pat Seggerman, Beverly Schell, Phyllis Park, Nancy Rudesill, Kathy Albrecht, Beverly Carstens, Betty Beckm an.
ROW 2: Janet Zehr, Sharon Kestner, Caroline Piper, Kay Tull, Judy Rients, Marian Vissering, Rose Elizzarraraz,
Carol Folkers, Marilyn Schertz, Marilyn Weers, Jeanette Cripe, Dianne Meyer, Marlene Reese, Marie Vissering,
Barbara Hepner, Marie Post, LaDonna Marshall, Willadean Odle, Mrs. Durre. ROW 3: Marilyn Rients, JoAnn Rustman,
Lois Buettemeier, Priscilla Meils, Dee Carls, NormaJohnson, Mary Gorman, Ladine Morrison, Mary Koopman, Myra
Johnson, Marcia Cremer, Ruth Hansen, Linda Otto, Carolyn Weers, Judy Kovacevich, Juanita Taylor, Carol Lanning,
F. H. A.
Our F.H.A. held its regular meetings on the second Wednesday of each month. Some
of the highlights of this year's activities were corsage makingg an F.H.A . -F .F.A. hayride:
a Christmas party, which included a chili supper, a gift exchange, and Christmas carolingg
and the F.l-l.A. Rally at I.S.N.U.
The February meeting consisted of a formal initiation of sixteen new members. Our
F .H.A . now has fifty-five initiated members.
Our Chapter Mother is Mrs . Louis Reese and our advisor is Mrs . Robert Durre.
7 1 ' ' J OFFICERS
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Tia. J Q, ,'1 Q1-5 F - . sf Mary Gorman. . . . . Secretary
f E fit' if 2 , . , if Janet Zehr . . . Vice-President
g . fi it w T A ' qty A f Bev Schell ,,,,,, President
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K- ' ii 2' x t- I , .5 Mrs. Marjorie Durre . . Advisor
'G iw, " 1 ' H cf We Marilyn Rients .... Historian
I i' Priscilla Meils ,Parliamentarian
Myra Johnson .Chr. ofRecreation
Ruth Hansen . . . Cllr. of Pub.
ii Marie Post . . .Chr. ofProjects
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ROW 1: Allen Willhoite, Jim Wiechmann, Joseph Orendorff, Merlyn Raber, Russell Frobish, Wendell Rudesill, Lester
Parks, John Hahn, Larry Janssen, Lester Gueldenhaar, Floyd Lanning, David Tasker, Mr. Cotter. ROW 2: Roger
Albrecht, Dale Carstens, Ray Lanning, Fred Uphoff, David Timmerman, Harold Carstens, Rudy Weichman, Jack
Carls, John Dawson, Donald Knack, Mike Barth, Robert Reese, Allen Smith, Joe Bertsche, Ron Raber. ROW 3:
Wayne Carstens, Harold Carstens, Roger Tull, Loran Harris, Loren Vissering, Bob Smith, Rodney Hartzler, Ronnie
Kinkade, Robert Weichman, Gary Cripe, Paul Uphoff, Howard Zimmerman, Loren Tammen, Victor Theesfield,
Richard Dippon, Eldon Akers, Doug Schrock, Bill Duffy.
F. F. A.
The motto of the Future Farmers of America is "Learning to do, doing to learn, earn-
ing to live, living to serve."
The activities of this organization this year included a skating party, hayrack ride,
potluck supper, initiation of green hands, initiation of chapter farmers, and basketball
The Chapter won many team awards as well as several awards by individual members
The Club also performed many community services .
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Robert Weichman--President ' ' 1
Bob Smith--Reporter """
ROW 1: Zelda Serpette, Ruth Roeschley, Peggy Schrock, Karen Derby, Mary Harris, Kathy Albrecht, Carol Folkers.
ROW 2: Rose Elizzarraraz, Marian Vissering, Sharon Lane, Fern Uphoff, Jeanette Cripe, Mary Roeschley, Marilyn
Schertz, Pai Seggerman, Bev Schell, Joyce Folkers, Jean Barth, Jerrianne Rocke, Beverly Carstens, Mrs. Yordy.
ROW 3: Sharon Kestner, Juanita Zimmerman, Judy Rients, Janet Zehr, Linda Onken, Peggy Haase, Shirley Monk,
Cheryl Molln, Sonja Schneider, Pat Harris, Marilyn Weers, Dianne Meyer, Marlene Reese, Marie Vissering, Barbara
Hepner, Jayne Franzen, Marie Post, Suzy Thomas, Ladonna Marshall, Willadean Odle. ROW 4: Donna Orendorff,
Marilyn Rients, JoAnn Rustman, Lois Buettemeier, Priscilla Meils, Dee Carls, Norma Johnson, Mary Gorman,
Ladine Morrison, Mary Nolan, Mary Koopman, Myra Johnson, Marcia Cremer, Ruth Hansen, Linda Otto,Marilyn
Post, Marjorie Post, Janet Thiel, Carolyn Weers, Judy Kovacevich, Bev Bomhoff, Jean Loudon.
G. A. A.
The Girls' Athletic Association, whose purpose is to practice good sportsmanship and
participate in various sports, was organized in September under the sponsorship of Mrs.
Carolyn Yordy. There are sixty-three members who, this year, took part in the follow-
ing activities: volleyball, basketball, baseball, badminton, soccer, and dancing. The
highlight of the activities was bowling at the new Flanagan Lanes .
The annual picnic is the climax of the year for our G.A .A. organization.
We are proud ofthe fact that this year our membership is higher than it has ever been
since G.A.A . was organized in Flanagan High School.
J SQ 5 Q 3 A t OFFICERS
J , J 5 gg SEATED:
2 5 , 'V ' l Myra Johnson--Secretary-Trcasurer
E Q j A ,E Janet Zehr--President
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Q Mrs. Yordy--Advisor
i E J F , 3 st Willadean Odle--Vice-President
9 J I 3 G, Beverly Schell--Point Keeper
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ROW 1: Kenny Zimmerman, Jim Roeschley. Jerry Zehx, Danny Harms. ROW 2: Miss Streid, John Gorman, Ron Obert
Tom Saxton, Paul Stalter, Lynn Orendorff.
The Science Club, a nine-member
boys' club, did work with a science
kit and worked on a project for the
scientific exhibit at institute. Miss
Streid is the sponsor of this group.
SEATED: Marjorie Post, Janet Thiel. STANDING: Shirley Monk, Ruth Roeschley, Sonja Schneider, Cheryl Molln
Future Nurses of America
The Nurses Club has expanded
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bers under the sponsorship of Mrs.
Gess. They elected as their officers,
janet Thiel, President: and Marjorie
Post, Secretary. They ordered
representative pins and studied
various schools of nursing.
ROW 1 Mary Nolan, Roger Rapp, Mrs. Zehren. ROW 2: Mike Cavanagh Carol Jones Jayne Franzen Barbara
Hepner Jerrianne Rocke, Sharon Lane, Larry Wilson.
Speech and Drumuhcs Club
Our future actresses and actors?
Maybe! With high hopes, these stu-
dents worked towards putting on an
assembly for the school, with Mrs .
Zehren as their advisor. The officers
are Roger Rapp, Presidentg and Mary
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ROW l: Mr, Roth, Kathy Welch, Zelda Serpette, Peggy Schrock, Pat Seggerman, Rose Elizzarrarax, Shirley Monk,
Karen Derby, Marilyn Schertz, Beverly Carstens, Mary Harris, Ruth Roeschley, Kanhy Albrecht, Nancy Rndesill.
ROW LJ: Carol Folkers, Jayne Franzen, Donna Orendorff, Carol Jones, Phyllis Park, Mary Roeschley, Betty Beekman,
Barbara Hebner, Jeanette Cripe, Fern Uphoff, Sonja Schneider, Marie Post, Beverly' Schell, Juanita Zimmerman,
Judy Kovacevich, ROW 3: Marilyn Rients, JoAnn Rustman, Caroline Piper, Cherly Molln, Peggy llaase, Linda
Onken, Marilyn Weers, Marie Vissering, Marlene Reese, Dianne Meyer, Juanita Taylor, Marian Visserinu, Jerrianne
Roclre, Jean Barth, Joyce Folkers, Willadean Odle. ROW 4: Norma Johnson, Suzy Thomas, Mary Gorman, Kay Tull
Mary Nolan, Myra Johnson, Lois Buettemeier, Mary Koopman, Ruth Hansen, Pat llarris, Ladine Morrison, Marjorie
Post, Marilyn Post, Marcia Cremer, Judy Rients, Carolyn Weers, Sharon Lane, Priscilla Meils, Jean Loudon, Beverly
Girls' and Boys' Choruses
ROW l: Wendell Rudesill, Russell Frobish, Lester Gneldcnhaar, Brian York, Kenny Zimmerman, Roger Koopman,
Bob Strotheide, Jim Roeschley, lirnest Rients, ROW 23: Joseph UIL7llLlOFl-lb, Larry Janssen, Roger .-Xlbrecht, Javlr ilzirls,
Rodney Ilartzler, Loren Visseringg, Allen Smith, Danny llarms, Mike Cavanauli, Bud Yordy, ROW Ji: Mr, Roth, Jim
lN'lCl'lllIlZlllll, Rudy Weiohman, Roger Tnll, Ron Obert, Robert Weichman, Paul Ubhofl, Paul Stalier, Bob Smith,
Roger Rapp, John Gornian, John Dawson,
ROW 1: Mr, Roth, Carol Jones, Marilyn Rients, JoAnn Rustman, Jayne Franzen, Marilyn Post, Marjorie Post, Suzy
Thomas, Bev Bomhoff, Mary Roeschley, Kathy Albrecht. ROW 2: Ruth Roeschley, Donna Orendorff, Marilyn
Schertz, Russell Frobish, Lester Gueldenhaar, Brian York, Kenneth Zimmerman, Bob Strotheide, Jim Roeschley,
Marie Post, Joyce Folkers, Karen Derby. ROW 3: Kay Tull, Norma Johnson, Linda Onken, Lois Buettemeier,
Joseph Orendorff, Larry Janssen, Jack Carls, Loren Vissering, Allan Smith, Danny Harms, Mike Cavanagh, Bud
Yordy, John Dawson, Dianne Meyer, Juanita Zimmerman, Janet Thiel, Mary Gorman. ROW 4: Pat Harris, Ruth
Hansen, Myra Johnson, Barb Hepner, Jim Wiechmann, Rudy Weichman, Ron Obert, Bob Weichrnan, Paul Uphoff,
Paul Stalter, Bob Smith, Roger Rapp, John Gorman, Marcia Cremer, Priscilla Meils, Jean Loudon, Sonja Schneider,
The boys' chorus, girls' chorus, and mixed chorus were under the direction of Mr.
Oscar Roth. During the year choral groups performed at several civic, church, and
school affairs .
Contestants in solos and ensembles performed at a concert on Sunday afternoon,
February 21, at the high school. A choral concert was presented on Tuesday, March 29.
District 147 music contest for solos and ensembles of the choruses was held at Paxton
on February 27. Chorus entries numbered thirteen. Three of them received superior
ratings . Nine received seconds and one received a third. District contest for the
organizations was held in Paxton on April 2. The three choruses received superior
State music contest was held in Macomb at Western State Teachers' College on Friday
April 22. One solo and one ensemble placed first, and one ensemble placed second. The
boys' chorus and the mixed chorus received superior ratings 5 the girls' chorus received
an excellent rating.
It was a successful year for the choruses, and Mr. Roth and the vocalists feel that
progress was made.
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ROW 1: Marjorie Post, Anita Stalter, Linda Booker. ROW 2: Marie Post, Judy Hartzler, Fred Uphoff, Roger Ulrich,
Gene Orendorff, Gary Rients, Beverly Bomhoff, Norma Johnson. ROW 3: Kay Sutter, Jeanette Cripe, Jean London,
Sonja Schneider, Marilyn Post, Priscilla Meils, Marian Vissering, Douglas Lehman, Brian York, Juanita Zimmer-
man, Ruth Hansen. ROW 4: Barbara Augsburger, Linda Onken, Peggy Haase, Marilyn Schertz, Mr, Oscar Roth,
C 0 N C E R T
Linda Booker, Linda Onken, Peggy Haase, Claretta Tammen, Barbara Augsburger.
ROW 1: Fern Uphoff, Cheryl Molln. ROW 2: Ernest Rients, Paul Uphoff, Dee Carls, Ron Obert, Mary Gorman, Ruth
Roeschley. ROW 3: Lynn Orendorff, Rudy Weichman, Mary Norman, Terry May, Scott Engle, Sally Smith, Paul
Ulrich, Lois Buettemeier. ROW 44 Janet Thiel, Cheryl Raber, Larry Hansen, Betty Harris, Wally Greiser,
The band was directed by Mr. Oscar Roth. During the year instrumental groups
performed at several civic, church, and school affairs.
The band marched at half-time for all of our home football games, and presented a
different show at every game, with a special one for homecoming. Also, the band played
for most of the football and basketball pep assemblies . A pep band played at a few home
basketball games .
Contestants in solos and ensembles performed at a concert on Sunday afternoon,
February 21, at the high school. The band presented a concert on Simday afternoon,
District 37 music contest for solos and ensembles of the band was held at Paxton on
February 27 . The band had fourteen entries, five of which received superior ratings .
Seven entries received excellent ratings and two received good ratings . District contest
for the band was held in Paxton on April 2. The organization received a superior rating.
State music contest was held in Macomb at Western State Teachers' College on
Friday, April 22. Two ensembles received firsts, and three ensembles received
seconds . The band received an excellent rating.
It was a successful year for the band, and Mr. Roth and the instrumentalists feel that
much progress was made.
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"I-lit itl" Our cheerleaders have had a front-seat view of the Falcons as we cheered
them on to victory. They have enjoyed cheering for such a fine team. Beverly Schell,
janet Zehr, Willadean Odle and Linda Booker four mascotj have been cheerleaders for
three years. Myra johnson joined the squad for the senior year. These girls cheered for
football as well as basketball. Practice was held every Wednesday night during the
summer months and occasionally throughout the year. During these sessions the cheer-
leaders stated that they practiced old cheers. worked up new cheers, planned their
outfits and caught up on the local gossip. The girls gave the following comments about
Bev Schell - "My favorite sport is football. lhave enjoyed being a cheerleader at
F,H.S. for three years, and I hope that the future cheerleaders have as much fun as T
janet Zehr - "My favorite sport is basketball. I have enjoyed being a cheerleader for
the past three years at our school. lhave found great satisfaction in cheering the team on
to victory and have enjoyed most the students' interest in yelling for the team. I really
enjoyed both football and basketball cheering, and, if I had a choice again, I would surely
want to do it over. "
Myra johnson - "My favorite sport is football. I have enjoyed being a part of the
cheerleading squad and representing the Falcons during my senior year. I hope the future
cheerleaders have as many good times as I did. "
Wllladean Odle - "My favorite sport is football. I've enjoyed being a cheerleader for
three years and I'm sure I'll never forget it. With all the kids yelling and the team
winning, it was a wonderful experience . "
Linda Booker - "My favorite sport is basketball. I like to cheer for the boys . I wish
I could be a cheerleader next year, but I start to school theng and I'll have to do all my
homework. When I get big, though, I want to be a cheerleader again. "
The cheerleaders of 1959-60 want to thank all the students for all the noise they helped
produce at games. They really appreciated it.
ROW 1: Mr. Turchi, Merlyn Raber, Bill Duffy, Glen Hansen, Wendell Rudesill, Bob Reese, Larry Janssen, Lester
Gueldenhaar, Mr. Booker. ROW 2: Mike Cavanagh, Bob Strotheide, Floyd Lanning, John Dawson, Jack Carls
Richard Dippon, Doug Schrock, Ray Lanning, Roger Koopman. ROW 3: Roger Tull, Loren Vissering, Rodney
Hartzler, Bob Smith, Roger Rapp, Lynn Orendorff, Howard Zimmerman, Loren Tammen, Harold Frobish, Ron
Raber, Jerry Zehr.
Leading our football team this year as co-captains were Bill Duffy and Glen Hansen
Even though our opponents outscored us 148 to 97, Flanagan played several exciting games
Our Midstate record was 3 victories, 2 losses, and l tie, which putus in 4th place.
Our homecoming game was with Lexington on October 30th, and it turned out a victory
for the Falcons.
Bill Duffy was voted most valuable player, and Harold Frobish and Bob Reese were voted
captains for next year.
Woodland 24 . .
Minonk 6 . .
El Paso 20 . .
Saunemin 6 . .
Gridley 6 . .
0 Deer Creek 28
6 Lexington 6
19 Chenoa 31
14 Cornell 21
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In the first game of the district
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ROW 2: Ray Lanning, Kenny Zimmerman, Mike Cavanagh, Roger Tull, John Dawson, Fred Uphoff, David Timmer-
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Congratulatzons to the
Senior Class of
Flanagan Hzgb School
"John G. making a big deposit."
FLANAGAN STATE BANK
Capital, Surplus and Reserves
over 55200, 000.00
Member Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation
FLANAGAN SOIL SERVICE
Soil Samples Taken Free
Fertilizer - Phosphate - Limestone
"Pat Harris--Her Father's Secretary"
II6 Main Street Flanagan, Illinois
Wallpaper Sz Paint
Gifts That Last
"A good sales pitch by Glen."
Watches 81 Clocks
81 Jewel Repair
Flanagan, Illinois Sergice
Bulk 81 Bottle
"We guarantee and service all equipment we sell
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CONGRATULATIONS TO THE CLASS OF 1960
You are never a stranger in Streator and
You are always welcome at . . .
THE UNION NATIONAL BANK of STREATOR
123 Main Street -- Phone 93
Chiekens gl Turkeys at all times
Wholesale or Retail
Custom Poultry Dressing
Custom Processing of Meat
Groceries Sz Meats
Gene and Evelyn Dawson
Phone 266 Route 116
International Harvester and
New Holland Dealer Grain
Phone 208--33 Complete Line of Farm Supplies
Dependable Service at Low Cost Phone 30-26
Flanagan, Illinois Graymont, Illinois
Buying All Classes of Hogs
MONDAY THRU FRIDAY
7:00 A.M. to 1:00 P.M.
No Commission, No Yarda e
More Net Money g HOME BUILDING
HEINOlD'S 8. LOAN ASSOCIATION
Phone 52 Ray Ringger, Mgr. Stfeafofl I11iH0iS
FROELICH MEMORIAL HOME
24 Hour Ambulance
"Henry and Marie"
Groceries and Meats
Call us up--We deliver
Phone 61-33 Flanagan
GEORGE T. CROUT, M.D.
Custom Grinding 81 Mixing
Master Mix Feeds
Phone 177 Flanagan, Illinois
Alvin Ackerman, Prop.
YORDY 8. SONS
CHEVROLET SALES and SERVICE
Phone 222 Flanagan
2 U2 miles South 81 U4 mile East
DAILY TIMES - PRESS
122 South Bloomington Street
The Store of Fashion
DIAMONDS- -WATCHES- -JEWELRY
GIFT CHEST .IEWEIERS
105 W. Madison St.
BOOKS SCHOOL SUPPLIES
W.B. READ 8. CO.
DR. 8. MRS. l. J. RICH
KIOPFENSTEIN GRAIN CO.
Ralph D. Klopfenstein
McKEY 8. ROEGGE
Seeds - Fertilizers
Funks G. Hybrid Seed Corn
Stiegelmeiers Hybrid Seed Corn
MEILS GARAGE COMPANY
'Your Friendly Ford Dealer'
Judson Meils 8: Bill Ewing, Prop.
CITIES SERVICE CAFE
Good Food - Homemade Pies
Bob, Neva, 8:Joyce Shoemaker, Prop.
KENT LUMBER 8: COAL COMPANY
Lumber, Fence, Paint, 8: Builders Hardware
MINONK STATE BANK
Member of Federal Deposit Corp.
MINONK LOCKER SERVICE
Fresh Meats - Butchering 8: Processing
Minonk, Illinois - Phone 212
THE SHOE MART
'Where Fit Comes First'
'Potted Plants - Flowers for all occasions'
IT'S BARR'S FOR SHOES
'We cater to the school crowd'
DUFF'S APPLIANCE STORE
111 N. Mill Street
SEARS ROEBUCK 8: CO.
Shop at Sears and Save
Poultry 8: Eggs
Flanagan, Illinois - Phone '17-33
DR. W. E. BRANDT, D.V.M.
CUSTOM CORN SHELLING 8: COMBINING
The Friendly Store
RAPP'S MOBIL SERVICE
Tires, Batteries, Acc.
Phone 65 - Flanagan, Illinois
BURCH WILLES MEN'S WEAR
Tailored Clothes That Fit
FORD HOPKINS DRUGS
Jim Lucas, Owner
DUIS APPL, 8: MUSIC SHOP
New and used instruments inc. pianos
Streator, Illinois - 114 South Park St.
JONES 8: BAKER TEXACO SERVICE
701 East Main Street
Streator, Illinois - Phone 30521
EUREKA MILLING CO.
Ezra D. Stoller, Mgr.
GRIDLEY LOCKER 8: PROVISION CO.
MEISS BROS, LUMBER CO.
Complete Building Service
Phone 136 - Gridley, Illinois
Phone 1 Green
SUNNY SIDE CAFE
24 Hour Service
Annette 8: Bob Johnson
FLOWERS BY DOROTHY SEDLOCK
GILBERT'S JEWEL BOX
310 E. Main St. - Streator, Illinois
Donuts, Rolls, 8: Coffee Cakes - Flanagan, Illinois
SCHMIDT DRUG STORE
JAcK's MEN'S WEAR
ONKEN'S TELEVISION SALES 8: SERVICE
Phone 102 - Flanagan, Illinois
Your F,S. Salesman
HAASE'S DRY GOODS
Wearing Apparel, Toys, Costume Jewelry
HARNBZS GIFT SHOP
DR, JAMES H. GADDIS, O.D.
SCHLOSSER RADIO SERVICE
SPLEARS CAMERA SHOP
E. C. VAN LOON 8: SONS
PONTIAC MUSIC AND SPORTING GOODS
HENRY THIEL, SHELLING - DELIVERING
ESTES AND SONS, BLACKSMITHS
STOLLER IMPLEMEN T CO.
B. R. KRISTAL, SPORTSWEAR
112 East Main
'THE BEST DRESSED MEN PREFER' CURRAN'S
Phone 53 - Minonk, Illinois
MINONK NEWS DISPATCH
SALLY ANN BAKERY
VISSERING MERCHANDISING CO.
DAHL'S GAMBLE STORE
S 8: M SHOE STORE
THE STYLE SHOP
Compliments of cont.
RAY'S STANDARD SERVICE
CARL'S CITIES SERVICE
Flanagan, Illinois - Phone 46
IAA INS. -DON HEPNER
Flanagan, Illinois - Phone 3RB9
CROUCH'S LADIES' READY-TO-WEAR
ALVA IVERSON 8a SON--SHELLING 8a DELIVERING
RIENTS BROTHERS' GARAGE
Arrher R. Vollmer, Prop.
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