Forman High School - Chieftain Yearbook (Manito, IL)
- Class of 1954
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THE FUHMAN SENIUH HIGH
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Ei'e,the Seniors of '5h, dedicate our annual to our parents, 1'
--hose patience, loyalty, and guidance have been an lnspir- '-
ation throughout our school career. -
Frank Golden "
Robert Golden Qi
Clarence Foste Z?
Wilson Hamilton 2
Ray Hawkins Q
Leslie Henry ,F
Ge orge Heyl 4 It
Virgil Himmel :Q
Elmer Knaak 1
Louis Lempke f
Christine Lynch 1'
Smith Rakestraw ' 3
Edward Rollo 55
Vincent Runyon T'
Herbert Schappaugh -
Jacob Schlmmelpfenning .
Edward Stanley '-
Walter Sunderland 9
Ray Vance J
Nelson Vogel :E
Henry Wahlfeld if
Lewis Warner 1
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7a also wish to express our appreciation to Mr. LeCount f- 4
is untiring efforts in helping us prepare this annual, and '
or all the other things he has done to make our last year M1
high school such a pleasant and memorable one. I,
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LEONARD 0. H WITT
PRESIDENT OF BOARD
SECRETARY OF BOARD
VIRGIL B M L
JOYCE HAMILTON, SECRETARY
Eastern State College, B. S- as a -, ,, .ty of Illinois, M. S., 1951
Bradley University 1953
American problems, world geography, advanced algebra, solid geometry
Sponsor: Annual, senior class, Honor Society
Carol M. Kreiling
B. S. in Ed., 1950
First Year typing
Second Year typing
Kirby V. Lawlis
Western State College
B. Ed., 1937
First year typing
Sponsor: Sophomore Class
J. Eugene Bradman
'University of Illinois
B. S. in Ed., 19313
Boys' phys. ed.
Sponsor: Freshman Class
Vivian V. Masters
Western State College
B- Ed., 1939
University of Illinois
M. S. Ed., 1950
General Math., Algebra
Sponsor: Senior Class
Frank n. Miller
Curtiss Inst. of Music
Birmingham So. College
University of Dayton
Chicago Musical College
Instrumental Music A-12
Alice E. Conover
Western State College
B. S. in Ed., 1945
District Vocal Music
B. Home Ee. 5 Science
M. Religious Educ.
M. Home Ee. Adm.
Post Graduate work
Home Ee. 7-12
william D. Masters
University of Illinois
B. S. Agr., 1939
M. S. Ed. 1951
Loren L. Mueller
B. A., 1953
English 3 and M
Judy J. Pratt
B. A. in English
Sponsor: Junior Class
Alva E. Labar
Missouri State Teachers
B. S. in Ed., 1930
Graduate Work 19MB-SO
Rosalie D. Talley
A. B., 1953
Phys. Ed., Grades 7-12
Grade 7 English
Grade 7 Social Science
William M. Law-
B. S., 1953
Ind. Arts 3 and M
Grade 7 Social Science
Grade 7 and 8 Ind. Arts
Sponsor: Freshman Class
Everett C. woiwode
No. Dak. State Teachers
B. . Q37
University of NO. Dflka
Summer work l9hh Gr
7 and 8 Math. and Eng. Gr
7 and 8 Coach
Sponsor: Grade 8
Milma R. Hewitt
Ball Stats College
ade 7 and 8 Science
ade P Social Science
Sponsor: Grade 7
Mr. Graff Mr. Labar
Bus drivers not pictured: Mr. Ruger and Mr. wallinyer.
Janitors: Hr. Graff and Nr. Wallinper.
COOKS: Virginia Scranton, Bertha Callaway
Lucille Hubbard, Mabel Schierbeck, Frances
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0 EJ In September 1950, twenty-eight green freshmen
LA I started to M.C.H.S. at Manito. The soph- V
sqm XX omores initiated us for two weeks, after '
which we wereg honored with s party. On 4,l'
Cfg November 3 19 O we gave a return party for
C92 tw 2, X the whole ,schoo1. On January 12, 1951, the freshman
'-1 class had a skating party at Blue Island Skating Rink
1- E?- Ng Hamilton, Vice-presidentg Joyce Thompson, Secretary-
-,:7' x Treasurer, and Mr. Eugene Patchett was our sponsor.
QQQES Down the road a few miles at F.C.H.S. seventeen fresh-
.,E5':. men were being initiated by the senior class. The
X freshmen gave a return party for the whole school. Class
M---::: officers for these were Eldon Wahlfeld, President: Janet
Lempke, Secretary-Treasurer: Sponsor, Mr. Kirby Lawlis.
when we came back to school in our sophomore year, Forest City ana Manito
were combined into the unit called Forman. That
Taylor, Wesley Hilst, Yvonne Simp
gained Margaret Hawkins. The soph
Reads the Christmas Carol,nfor the
This year our officers were Presi
Loren Sunderland: Secretary-Treas
' :g??gZp 'ra.in Pekin. We elected Laura Grafton, Presidentg Frances
18, 1952, we had a skating party I P
year we lost Don Beebe, Stella
son, and Dave Cantrall, but we
omore class gave the play, 'Pop
Christmas program. On January
at the Sky Ranch Skating Rink.
dent, Dick WellsgV1ce-president
urer, Loretta Warner: Sponsor,
In our junior year we received our class rings. We started
making money by having concessions at the basketball games. The
juniors put out the Forman Flash and presented the play, WLove is
in the A1r.' Our junior boys were making a very good showing in
athletics and gave great promise for the next year. We gained one
student, Dianne Rollo. Our class officers
President, Wayne Knaakg Vice-president.
We came back to school our
small class rooms had been con-
of Manito. The superintendents
floor to the old Ag. room on
we lost Alice Martin. To make
up corn three times, had
an ice cream social, and a don-
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to be. These rooms are occupied
huff, but we had two sponsors,
ski and Mrs. Vivian Masters.
senior year to find that two
structed where the balcony used
by the seventh and eighth grades
office was moved from the first
the basement floor. This year
money for our senior trip, we
a chilli supper, four bake sales
key basketball game, in which
one of the teams consisted of the senior boys. The first
eleven on our basketball team were seniors and also eleven
of our baseball team were seniors. Our senior track boys also have
brought their share of honors to our class and school. Of course,
it wasn't the athletic boys alone who brought our
X class recognition, since the boys were cheered
-. on by two of our senior girls and managed by
G 5 two of our boys. Six of our class are going ,..n
lf,- ' to state to a music contest. We presented our
play, "A Case of Springtime." We spent many
X l nights working on the Chieftain. On May 28, X, ,
l9Sh, we received our diplomas. Our senior ,hum
officers were President, Janet Lempkeg Vice-president, Loretta .N-,
Warner: Secretary-Treasurer, Pauline Frederick, Sponsor, Mrs.
Vivian Masters and Mr. Beryl LeCount. Our four eventful years of high school
were topped off by taking a 1 trip to Bioloxi, Mississippg
and New Orleans, Louisiana. -.:' '
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In,195O on a bleak September day,
The class of '5h started on it's way.
In MHY l95b, on a warm spring eve,
These forty Seniors their goal did achieve.
Ronald Vogel, though a little shy,
Is nevertheless a very nice guy.
Laura Grafton, as we all know,
Will be another mezzo soprano.
Loren Sunderland, a tall, dark, and handsome lad,
He is seldom ever seen being sad or bad.
Pat Lynch can really run,
Though he helped write this poem, he's lots of fun.
Shirley Schimmelpfenning, our D.A.R.,
Is a real smart girl, whom we're sure will go,far.
Richard Wells is known and liked by all,
He'll always be remembered as our star in basketball
Leo Gray, the ladies man,
will always give you a helping hand.
Cowboy Knaak, KWayne's his real namel,
His booming voice has brought him fame.
Frank Golden never seems to brag
But we know he's really good in Ag.
Ronald Wistehuff, or 'PirateW is known,
For his friend--liness. He's rarely seen alone.
Pauline Frederick is Pirate's girl,
And brother, has she got him in a whirl!
Joyce Thompson, who's always seen with Ray,
Will probably be a schoolmarm, some day.
Kenny Bender, known as 'Little Earln,
Is always chasing the same girl.
Loretta Warner with her hair so very dark,
Is friendly and as happy as a lark.
Eldon Wahfeld, a tall, light haired lad,
Is one of the quietest of the 'Su Grad.
Sherry Beale, one of the 'Simple Six',
Can always be found in a fix.
Peggy Hawkins is the girl in our class,
With a personality hard to surpass.
Linda LeSourd, who is liked by all,
Will always help when she hears a call.
Smith Rakestraw, better known as WBuzzn,
Always seems to do well everything he does.
On Catherine Vatthauer, you can always rely,
Although at times she seems awfully shy.
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Wintfred Richardson with his dark curly hair,
He's always a-smile no matter where.
Bev Stanley has a temper, as we all know,
But she usually hides it so it won't show.
Stella Schimmelpfenning, the girl in chemistry,
Seems to think that class is a mystery.
Elizabeth Bitner, who hails from Topeka,
In English class she's a very good speaker.
Patia Himmel. in class likes to eat,
But in sports she can't be beat.
Anna Forsythe, who seldom has much to say,
Is seen at school almost every day.
Dianne Rollo, so full of vim,
That the days to her never grow dim.
Janet Lempke is our Senior President,
She's lots of fun is quite evident.
Then there is Emmett Heinhorst, naturally thats Ed,
In every group thats having fun you'll find at the
Frances Hamilton, tall and neat and trim,
She is sometimes quiet but she's always full of vim.
Dead-pan Henry, of course, you know that we mean Ro
With his sideburns and heavy beard he's a real rugg
Donald Vance, he never stays at home,
Through Havana and Peoria, he always like to roam.
There's that.fearless man, that hard worker Nelse,
Vogels employee, Mr. Schappaugh, who
there's Eddie Wooding, a real husky lad,
a friendly boy that hardly ever gets
there's Charles Bilyeu, who lives on
there's girls around, he's really go
William Rochester. he is known as Ray,
a good man to nave around, night and
Lowell Golden, it seems he is never wrong,
He's the brain around the school, he has been all along.
Joe Parkin, with his dark hair and features,
Never sees a game from the top of the bleachers.
we have Runyon, that's Douglas Gary,
Though quiet and shy, he always is merry.
Marilyn Heyl is everyone's friend,
Because of her loyalty right to the end.
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Sherry Beale bequeaths her love for English to Don Barrett and
her ability to eat a whole watermelon to Heidi Hill,
Edward Heinhorst bestows his ability to get along in American
History to Dean Watson and his tripping low hurdles to Eugene
Marilyn Heyl gives her ability to get along with Miss DeHass to
Janet Noll and the way she can stick to one person to Janice Le
Pauline Frederick wishes to leave her studying ability to Eu-
gene Trout and her habit of flirting to Phyllis Kroell.
Anna Forsythe leaves her grades in American History to Joeann
Tisdale and her ability to get along with Mr. Mueller to Mari-
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ert Hall and her parliamentarianship to Betty Bernshausen.
Peggy Hawkins abandons her ability to get bad grades to Anna-
lee Proehl and to any interested person the ability to answer
questions in Coach's class.
Patla Himmel relinqulshes her ability to sing alto to Frances
Caulkins and the way in which she gets along with Mr. Hewitt to
Laura Grafton gives her long natural curly hair to Nancy Warner
and the way in which she walks to Janet Hewitt.
Lowell Golden wills his ability to be a track star to Stanley
Noll and his band ability to Benny Richardson.
Pat Lynch gives his singing voice to neith Him el and his bat-
ting average to Marvin Wilson.
Frank Golden wills his hair to Marvin Vogel and his ability in
agriculture to Ronald Handke, '
Charles Bilyeu bestows his height to Donald Spraggs and his m-
bility to judge live-stock to Forrest Davis.
Frances Hamilton leaves her smile to Marilyn Schimmelpfenning
and her ambition to be a nurse to Lois Skaggs.
Elizabeth Bitner wills her dimples to Patty Endicott and her
personality to Mary Kay Marshall.
Janet Lempke wills her quiet personality to Barbara Heyl and
her gym suit to Beverly Proehl.
Roy Henry bestows his ability to get along in English to Barton
Irwin and his reckless driving to Roger Vogel.
wayne Knaak leaves his clean baseball socks to Jon Dee Proehl
and his manner of speech to John Durham.
Leo Gray leaves his height to Clyde Callaway and his ability to
get along with Mr. Masters to Jerry Vance.
Kenny Bender bequeaths his personality to Owen Fox and his pole
vaultlng ability to Arno Hiller.
Eddie Wooding wills his history ability to Jeanette Hamilton
and his way with the girls to Steve Hermann.
Loren Sunderland gives his ability to play basketball to Billy
Spaits and the name Liberace to Marvin Tackman.
Ronald Wistehuff bequeaths his long shots in basketball to Jim
Wistehuff and his red hair to Dale Parkin.
Wintfred Richardson leaves his English ability to Kenny Hilst
and his height to Kurt Rankin.
Loretta warner gladly gives those Saturday nights in Alan's car
to anyone who can stand the smoke and her black natural curly
hair to Helen Law.
Stella Schimmelpfenning gives her natural curly hair to Ethel
Bortell and her ability to agree with Coach to Wilma Schi melp-
Eldon Wahlfeld wills his height to Gary Gosda and his good
grades to Lester Vogel.
Ray Rochester endows his ability to get along with Mrs. Masters
to John Sturgeon and his ability to stay with one girl to Daryl
Kay Vatthauer gives her good grades in history to Rose Mary
Snyder and her ability to take pictures to Jimmy Vatthauer.
Ronald Vogel wills his square dancing ability to Henry Hintz
and his good grades to Leonard Abbott.
Beverly Stanley gives her ability to agree with Mr. Mueller to
Joyce H111 and her good grades to Marie Schacherbauer.
Douglas Runyon bequeaths his ability in bookkeeping to Robert
Henry and his managing ability in basketball to Andy Lynch.
Joe Parkin gives his running ability to Alan Hubbard and his
basketball ability to Arthur Hewitt.
Dianne Rollo wills her long hair to Linda Friend and her abil-
ity to get in all the male classes to Sylvia Goodin.
Smith Rakestraw endows his left-hand shots in basketball to
Rolland Kastner and his ability to get along with Coach to Ken
Don Vance bequeaths his straight D's to Eleanor Hewitt and his
ability to get to school on time to Sharilyn Vogel.
Dick Wells gives his temper to Miss Pratt and his singing voice
to Merrill Dierker.
Nelson Schappaugh gives his ability to get chemistry to David
Bale and all his love to the school.
Joyce Thompson wills her ability to get A's in history to Kay
Hammer and her ability to get along with Dale Parkin to Mary
Shirley Schim elpfenning gives her height to Lola Roots and her
secretarial ability she wishes to keep for herself.
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A CASE OF SPRINGTUVKE
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Lady Cathering DeBourgh
An Easygoing Man
His Flighty Wife
Their gentle daughter
Their independent daughter
Their bookish daughter
Their fretful daughter
Their flirtatious daughter
A pompous young clergyman
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His haughty sister
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His overbearing aunt
Her plain daughter
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Mary Anne Vonderhelde
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GRADES 7 k 8 MANITO
Mr. Woiwode, Barbara Schmick, Mabel Simpson, Judy Wilson, David Law-
son, Gary Maas, Wilma Richardson, Jean Richardson, Nellie Fox, Judy
Callaway, Darlene Abbott, Jackie Bilyeu, Beverly Beebe, Mrs. Hewitt.
Miss Talley, David Hilst, Clearance Breese, Richard Livengood, Janet
Herrman, Shirley DeSutter, Ivan Woods, Kenna Bqeker, Barri Phrnul,
Lilla Harkleroad, Pat Bandy, Martha Hintz, Lin a Hewitt, Mr. aw.
Annette Vogel, Barbara Rakestraw, Beverly Eggna, Jim Parkin, Larry
Woiwode, Marilee Smith, Darlene Williams, Mary Alice Tackman, Wilma
Beebe, James Grafton, Kenny Johnson, David Rager, Pauline wilson, Jack
Taylor, Bobbie Spraggs, Bruce Schim elpfenning.
Charles Hamilton, Donald Eggna, Jerry Starrett, Alfred Spencer, Danny
Galvin, Eleanor Beebe, Florence Schappaugh, Ruth Alice Vance, Lor-
rine Estes, Patty Gordon, Barbara Waddell, Harvey Burdette, Paul Fer-
geuson, Dick Stone.
La Donne Bender, Marlene Parkin, Dean Lawson, Richard Roskamp, Don
Hailey, Joe Richardson, Bonnie Johnson, Beverly Davis, Judy Runyon,
Patricia Crafton, Judy Golden, Rosette Wilson, Robert Zeeck, Kent
Budke, Danny Woiwodee
GRADES 7 R 8 FOREST CITY
Seated: Mr. Woiwode, Mrs. Hermann, Merle Fleming, Eddie Friend, Betty Skaggs,
Linda Callaway, Patricia Azbell, Newall Fleming,Carl Pfeiffer, Lendell
Dierker, Mr. Skinner.
Zhd. Row:Al1an Forsythe, John Frederick, Larry Rochester,Sh1r1ey Foste, Barbara
Casey, Kay Prentice, Neva Roots, Lyle Seest, Norman Irwin, Joe Meyer.
Don Rollo, Virgil Dawson, Eldon Kreiling, Mike Lynch, Larry Sours,
Clyde Bitner, Frank Lynch, Frank Kroell, Charles Greenhalgh, LeRoy
Seated: Patty Endicott, Loretta Warner, Frances Hamilton, Pauline Frederick,
Beverly Proehl, Marie Schacherbauer, Carol Meyer, Miss Conover,Director,
Loida Crosby, Pianist, Barbara Heyl, Marilee Vogel, Sherry Beale, Laura
Crafton, Nancy Warner, Mildred Gerrietts, Patia Himmel, Eleanor Hewitt,
2nd Row: Wilma Kreiling, Joyce Wilson, Jeannette Hamilton, Annales Proehl,
Frances Caulkins, Nancy Dowell, Janet Skinner, Kurt Rankin, Gary Gos-
da, Frank Golden, Keith Himmel, Daryl Thompson, Merrill Dierker, Kenny
Bender, Jimmy Vatthauer, Billy Spaits, Helen Law, Linda Rakestraw, Heidi
Hill, Janet Lempke, Betty Bernshausen, Sharilyn Vogel.
3rd Row: Erma Forstyhe,Anna Forsythe, Eugene James, Jon Dee Proehl, John uurham,
Kenny Hilst, Jimmy Wistehuff, Larry Whitehouse, Lowell Golden, Charles
Bilyeu, Tom Rollo, Roger Vogel, Arno Hiller, Gary Gorden, Forrest Davis,
Jerry Bilyeu, Alice Parkin, Joyce Hailey.
nth Row: Patsy Callaway, Ruth Simpson, Clea Rae Hawkins, Beverly Knaak, Mary
Marshall, Dianne Rollo, Delores Scranton, Rosemary Snyder, Lola Roots.
Janet Noll, Kay Vatthauer, Marilyn Schimmelpfenning, Shirley Schimmel-
pfenning, Joyce Hill, Jeannette Barrett, Kay Hammer, Wilma Schimmel-
pfenning, Lois Skaggs.
The first semester there was a boys chorus and a girls chorus. The two were
combined at the beginning of the second semester to form a mixed chorus. Loida
Crosby was the accompanist. The chorus attended the Abe Lincoln Conference Fes-
tival in the fall and the Mason County Festival in the spring. A Christmas Con-
cert and'a Spring Concert were presented by the chorus and band. The chorus also
entered the contest at Franklin, Illinois.
Two sextets were formed this year. Frances Caulkins, Pauline Frederick,
Laura Grafton, Sherry Beale, Patia Himmel, and Eleanor Hewitt were in the sextet
that entered the contest at Franklin where they won superior rating and was ad-
vanced to state contest in Macomb. The other sextet consisted of Loretta Warner,
Janet Skinner, Marilee Vogel, Joyce Hill, Betty Bernshausen, and Nancy Warner.
Both sextets appeared at both concerts and sang for many other occassions.
Two Quartets were also formed this year. Kurt Rankin,Merrill Dierker. Kenny
Bender, and Lowell Golden were in the quartet that received'a superior rating at
district contest. The other quartet consisted of Tom Rollo, Gary Gordon, Jimmy
Vatthauer, and Frank Golden. Both appeared in the Spring Concert.
Those entering contests as soloists are Beverly and Jon Dee Proehl, Piano,
Pauline Frederick, high, Laura Grafton and Patty Endicott, medium, Patia Himmel
and Eleanor Hewitt, low,John Durham, unchangedgKenny Bender and Merrill Dierker,
mediumgand Lowell Golden, low. Laura received a superior rating and advanced to
state contest at Macomb.
Some of the band members were selected to play at the Abe Lincoln Conference
Festival at Petersburg in October.The band provided music for part of the Annual
Christmas concert and accompanied the chorus in the singing of Christmas carols.
Lowell Golden won honors for his barltone horn solo at the district solo contest
held at Franklin, Illinois.
A small instrumental group played for the annual banquet of the Rotary Club
of Manito on March 16. The band and instrumental students took part in the pre-
sentation of the Spring Concert on April 12.
In the instrumental music department a junior band of about twenty players
has been developed and from this materialwill come the members of the high school
band. There are nearly forty students outside of the band members W0rking and
practicing on their instruments eager to develop so they may soon enter the high
school or junior band.
First Row: Barbara Rakestraw, Linda LeSourd,Janet Hewitt, Eleanor Hewitt, Alan
Hubbard, Patia Himmel, Charles Bilyeu, Merrill Dierker,
Second Row: Jon Dee Proehl, James wistehuff, LaDonne Bender, Gary Gosda,Mar11ee
Vogel, Bobby Zeeck, Judy Golden, Linda Rakestraw, Lowell Golden,
Judy Runyon, David Hilst. David Rager.
Third Row: Nancy Warner, Eddie wooding,Steve Herrman, Stella Schimmelpfenning,
Mr. Miller, Larry Whitehouse, Barbara Bgyl, Patty Endicott.
STATE MUSIC FINALISTS
Sextet: Patia Himmel, Eleanor Hewitt, Laura Grafton, Sherry Beale,Pauline Fred-
erick Frances Caulkins.
Quartet: Lowell Golden, Kenny Bender, Kurt Rankin, Merrill Dierker.
Solo: Laura Crarton.
FORMAN GOES TO STATE MUSIC CONTEST
For the first time in Forman's history, the music de-
partment was entered in the State Music Contest. Before be-
ing eligible to enter the state contest the contestants had
to go to the District, which was held at Franklin, Illinois.
The contestants werez' Boys quartets: Lowell Golden, Kenneth
Bender, Merrill Dierker,Kurt Rankin, Tom Rollo,Frank Golden,
Jerry Bilyeu,Jim Vatthauerg Girls sextets: Frances Gaulkins,
Pauline Frederick,Sherry Beale,Laura Crafton,5leanor Hewitt,
Patia Himmel, Loretta Warner, Janet Skinner, Marilee Vogel,
Joyce Hill, Nancy Warner, and Betty Bernshauseng Soloists:
Eleanor Hewitt, Patia Himmel,Pauline Frederick, John Durham,
Merrill Dierker, and Kenneth BendergBaritone horn solo: Low-
ell Golden,Gf these a boys' quartet,a girls' sextet,and one
soloist earned a rating of state superior which allowed them
to go on to the state.
At the State Music Contest held at Macomb on Friday,
April 30. The boys quartet consisting of Lowell Golden, Ken-
neth Bender, Merrill Dierker, and Kurt Rankin won a superior
the girls sextet of Frances Caulkins, Pauline Frederick,
Sherry Beale, Laura Grafton, Eleanor Hewitt, and Patia Him-
mel won a good rating.
The music department completed the year by helping with
the graduation ceremonies. Frances Caulkins sang a solo at
Baccalaureate services which was held May 23. Pauline Fred-
erick and Kenneth Bender sang a duet, and Laura Grafton sang
a solo at Commencement, May 28.
This has been a very successful year in the music de-
partment of Forman High. Much of the credit must go to Miss
Conover, who is interrupting her teaching career to become a
housewife this summer. We regret the loss of Miss Conover's
services to the school but wish her every happiness in her
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Seated: Janet Skinner, Beverly Proehl, Jeannette Barrett, Helen Law, Shirley
Schimmelpfenning, Delores Scranton, Patia Himmel, Janet Noll, Carol
Meyer, Linda Rakestraw, Marilyn Heyl, Elizabeth Bitner, Anna Forsythe,
Betty Bernshausen, Patty'Endicott, Annalee Proehl, Linda LeSourd, Marie
2nd Row: Miss DeHass, Ethel Bortell, Nancy Dowell, Joeann Tisdale,Sylvia Goodin,
Alice Parkin,Barbara Heyl, Wilma Krei1ing,Erma Ritchie,Rosemary Snyder,
Mary Marshall, Marilyn Schimmelpfenning,Kay Goodin,Bever1y Knaak Joyce
Wilson,fJanet Hewitt, Wilma Schimmelpfenning, Lois Skaggs, Heidi Hill,
The 1953-195A officers elected and installed in May of 1953 are: President,
Patia Himmel: Vice President Janet Skinner, Secretary, Carol Meyer, Treasurer
Shirley Schimmelpfenningg Parlimentarian, Linda LeSourdg Historian, Betty Berns-
hauseng Public Relations Chairman, Annalee Proehlg Projects Chairman Beverly
Proehlg Recreation Chairman, Marie Schacherbauerg Degrees Chairman,Marilyn Heyl.
There were forty-two members in our chapter this year. We chose Mrs. George
Heyl as our chapter mother. The FHA purchased material for the covering of the
couch, chair, and ottoman in the home ec. room. This project was done by the
Home Ec. III irls. We drew names for secret pals which were revealed at the end
of the year. gThis year we are having officers' meetings to plan our activities.
The many activities in which the FHA participated are: a bakery sale, Na-
tional FHA week, hayrack ride and Christmas party with the FFA, Christmas carol
singing, ice cream sales with the FFA, pancake supper for our mothers and the
teachers, formal initiation of new members, spring rally, and a style show with
formal installation of new officers.
F, H. A. CCDMPLETES YEAR
Thirty-three F.H.A. members traveled to Cuba March 13
to attend a district conference meeting. Mrs. deorge Heyl
l953-SL Mother, accompanied the group. The girls
district had noon luncheon together and then put on
show consisting of garments made by the girls this year.
Barbara Hevl and Alice Parkin modeled garments made byathe
Forman girls. .Janet Skinner was chosen as one of the three
representatives of the district to go to the five-state dist'
rict conference in Michigan, June 20 to 26. Miss DeHaSs was
elected as one of the chaperones but will be unable to
Installation of officers was held Monday, May 10 in the
gym, The ceremony was very impressive. The old and new
officers were in formal attire. The ceremony was followed
by a formal tea entertaining all the mothers who were pres-
ent. Mrs. Herman Schimmelpfenning was installed as
F.H.A. mother. Both Mrs. dchimmelpfenning and Miss
received a beautiful rose corsage.
The Home Economics Style Show was held Tuesday,
The public was invited and over lOO attended. They enjoyed
the modeling of this year's garments made by the home eco-
nomics classes. A
Eleven girls have completed their examinations
Home Economics Junior Degree. These girls will receive the
Junior Homemaking medal.
Rosemary Snyder will be the F.H.A. delegate to
ship camp at Lake Bloomington in July. There she
instructed in her duties as president for next year.
This has been a year of activity and progress for the
F.H.A. The girls and Miss DeHass have worked very hard to
make this one of the best years in the history of F.H.A. at
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Frank Golden, Wayne Knaak, Leo Gray, Steve Herrman, Dwight Whitaker,
Eldon Wahlfeld, Merrill Dierker, Henry Hintz, Beverly Proehl.
2nd Row: Billy Spaits, Lester Vogel, Jon Dee Proehl, Gary Gosda, Kenny Hilst,
Jimmy Vatthauer, Jimmy Wistehuff, Forrest Davis, Dean Wooding, Don
Seest, Roy Golden, Lawrence Meyer, Roy Henry, David Bale, Don Morris,
Ben Richardson, Norman Seest, Marvin Vogel, Jerry Vance, Authur Hewitt,
3rd Row: Ronald Handke, Wayne Woods, Barton Irwin, Owen Fox, Ed Heinhorst, Eddie
Wooding, Keith Himmel, Roy Henry, Ronnie Vogel, Ray Rochester, Loren
Sunderland, Rollie Kastner, Clyde Callaway, Stanley Noll, Roger Vogel,
Robert Hall, Don Barrett, Marvin Roots, Kenny Long, Don 0'Hara.
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The FFA can D6 especially proud of its achievements for this year. Our
chapter was selected as a Bronze Emblem Chapter for all-around excellence in FFA
work. Among the many accomplishments of FFA teams and individuals for the past
year were these: Virgil Bortell, John Dosier, Ross Kreiling, and Don Meyer were
selected as recipients of Sectional FFA Foundation Championship Awards for being
the most outstanding members in the section in each of their specialties. John,
Ross, and Don went on to win the District Championship and each placed in the
first five in state competition. Forman had its first State Farmers in history
when Marvin Quick, Ross Kreiling, and Fred Freidrich won this high degree. The
Forman'livestock and dairy teams won blue ribbons in the state judging contest
for the first time while Lawrence Meyer and Don Seest won blue ribbons in judging
grain and poultry, respectively. The soil judging team were sectional champions
with Lawrence Meyer, Frank Golden,Don Seest,Stanley Noll,and Don Barrett placing
in the first ten. Forman winners in the Sectional Livestock Show in Lewistown
included Frank Golden's Champion gilt and Grand Champion garden display and S eve
Herrman's Grand Champion lamb. Included in the first awards won at the Sectional
Grain Show at Delavan was Smith Rakestraw's Grand Champion peck of Shelled corn.
Forman FFA promoted a corn-picker safety campaign. a pest-eradication cam-
ppaign, Future Farmer Follies FFA Banquet, developed plans for city park, con-
ducted many activities with FHA and has engaged in many other activities.
F. F, A. CQCDMPLETES YEAR
Since the annual originally went to press the F.F.A.has
participated in many other activities.
In 1953, the Forman Chapter was selected as one of two
F.F.A. chapters from section 12 to represent the section in
the State Program of Work Contest. This contest rates all of
the activities of the F.F.A. organization for the year on a
score card and the ones with the highest scores win, The
Forman Chapter received the bronze emblem award for 1953.
Steve Herrman represented the local chapter in the sect-
ional Public Speaking Contest on April 8th while Merrill Die-
rker, Don Seest, Frank Golden, Jim Vatthauer, and Gary Gosda
represented the local chapter in the Sectional parliamentary
procedure contest held in Havana on March 25th winning sec-
ond place in the event.
Leo Gray, Frank Golden and Charles Bilyeu each won a
sectional award for being the outstanding member in his re-
spective field in l95h.
Other activities for the year include the sponsoring of
an F.F.A. Quartet which has sung at 25 events in three count-
ies during the year. The Forman Chapter has also made co-
operative purchases of livestock for members.
Joint activities with the F.H.A. for the year included
the following: weiner roast and hay ride in September,a
joint party in November, an Easter Egg hunt for.children.ofT
the Forman Community in April, and shared the ice cream sales
each noon during the year.
The F.F.A. boys have worked very hard this year. Much
credit must by given to Mr. Masters for this outstanding work.
Under his guidance the supervised farming programs of the
members has shown marked improvement in the past few years,
not only with the number of projects per boy but in the quala
ity of the projects. ,
Friday night, April 23, marked the close of the 1953-
Sh F.F.A. year with the annual banquet being held in the For-
LATE FLASH -- It has just been officially announced that the
Forman F.F.A. Chapter has been selected as the most outstand-
ing chapter in Section 12. Frank Golden has been declared
the District 3 winner for farm safety and will now go to the
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2nd Row: Mildred Gerrietts. Loss Roots, Rosemary Snyder, Henry Hintz, Nancy
Warner, Barton Irwin, Phy111s Kroell, Rollie Kastner, Patty Endicott,
Stanley Noll, Lois Skaggs, Annales Proehl, Roy Golden, Wilma Kreiling,
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Seated: Loren Sunderland, Frank Golden, Charles Bilyeu, Kenny Bender, MraLe
Count, Joyce Thompson, Janet Lempke, Shirley Schimmelpfenning, Patia
2nd How: Don Vance, Ronnie Wistehuff, Ray Rochester, Doug Runyon, Wayne Knaak,
Buzzy Rakestraw, Ronnie Vogel, Leo Gray, Dick Wells, Lowell Golden,
Wintfred Richardson, Laura Crafton,Nelson Schappaugh, Frances Hamilton,
Ed Heinhorst, Pauline Frederick, Roy Henry at Lvnch.
3rd Row: Eldon Wahlfeld, Stella Schimmelpfenning, Kay Vattnauer, Anna For-
sythe, Loretta Warner, Sherry Beale, Linda Le Sourd, Peggy Haw-
kins, Eiizabeun Bitner, Marilyn Hey1," Dianne Rollo.
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Co-Editors: Kenneth Bender, Joyce Thompson.
Feature Editor: Shirley Schimmelpfenning.
Assistant Feature Editors: Lowell Golden, Laura Crafton, Frances Hamilton
Snap Shot Editor:
Assistant Snap Shot Editors:
Pst Lynch, Pauline Frederick
Frank Golden, Ron Vogel.
Janet Lempke, Dick Wells.
Ron Wistehuff, Doug Runyon, Wayne Knaak, Ray
Rochester, Smith Rakestraw, Don Vance.
Dianne Rollo, Elizabeth Bitner, Peg Hawkins,
Nelson Schappaugh, Wintfred Richardson, Hoy
Henry, Marilyn Heyl, Ed Heinhorst.
Eldon Wahlfeld, Leo Gray, Al Morris, Loretta
Warner, Anna Forsythe, Sherry Beale, Linda
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FORMAN SCALPS HAVANA
CLASFORD BQWS T0 BRAVES
First Row: Ray Rochester CMgvr'J, Ed, Heinhorst, Dale Parkin, Coach Erodman, Pat
Lynch, Ronnie Vogel, Doug Runyon fMgr'D.
Second Row: Kenny Bender, Buzzy Rakestrew, Joe Parkin, Ronnie wistehuff, Loren
Sunderland, Dick Wells, Don Vance, Wrank Golden.
Seated: Coach Brodman, Smith Rakestraw, Joe Parkin, Ronnie Wistehuff, Loren
Sunderland, Dick Wells, Don Vance, Frank Golden.
2 ndiows Ray Rochester, Mgr., Kenny Bender, Ed He1nhorst,Dale Parkin, Pat Lynch
- Ronnie Vogel, Doug Runyon, Mgr.
3rd Row: Gary Gosda, wayne woods, Dean wilson, Alan Hubbard, Marvin wilson,
Keith Himmel, Roger Vogel, Gary Gordon,Dary1 Thompson,Merr1ll Dierker.
hth Row: Lester Vogel, Jim y Wistehuff,Jerry Vance, Clyde Ca11away,Larry white-
house, Dean Wooding, Jimmy Vatthauer, Kurt Rankin.
1953-195k was one of the most successful years in Forman basketballlnstorys
A team which showed little promise at the start of the season developed into one
of the best balanced teams in the area. After losing its first two games, the
team came along fast and ended their season with a 21-7 record. In these 21 wins,
the team established a record of thirteen straight which will likely stand for
many years. Included in these wins were the championships of the Green Valley
Invitational Tournament where they defeated a strong Glasford temm in the finals,
and the championship of the Mason County Tournament where Mason City and Havana
were victims of the strong Braves.
On March 1 Forman went to the Havana Regional to defeat Greenview 62-56.
On the following Thursday Forman went back only to be defeated by Havana M8-55.
The end of the season saw two varsity championship trophies and the Green
Duck in the Forman trophy case. For the second straight year the Green Duck will
remain in the Forman area over the summer as a result of Forman's Mason County
A lot of credit has to go to the Forman second team, .They tied with Athens
to share the Abe Lincoln Conference Championship. They ended the season with an
The Forman Braves wish to thank every one who helped the team along in any
way, especially the coach, the cheerleaders, the students, Darrell H11st,and Mr,
Carroll Farnam who presented the team with two fine meals.
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Forman's third season of consolidated baseball turned out to be another one
to remembered. The Coach was very much pleased to see thirty-two boys turn out
for the squad. Some new equipment was purchased and the boys worked hard from
the day practice began. In return for their hard work they received the Mason
County Trophy. The team then went into the Abe-Lincoln Tournament. Forman trav-
eled the whole distance to the finals, only to be defeated by Mason City 7-1 in
a hard fought game. The loss was the first in two years for Coach Brodman and
the boys were sorry to lose it. The school and community were proud of the boys
even though they lost the Abe-Lincoln Tournament.
As a reward for their hard work the Braves traveled to Champaign to watch
the Illinois versus Nebraska football game. Those going along were Chuck McCord,
Darrell Hilst, Louis Shuttler, and Kirby Lawlis. Later the boys received a fish
supper given by Coach. The boys wish to thank all the fans and helpers who were
backing them during the season.
Kenny Bender, Loren Sunderland, Dick Nells, Ronnie Wistehuff, Coach
Top Row: Stanley Noll, Dale Parkin, Pat Lynch, Ed Heinhorst, Charles Bilyeu,
Merrill Dierker, Alan Hubbard.
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Last year's season was a succ-ssful one for Forman'
home victorious from every meet they entered. They won
ence and the Mason County Track Championship. After
over Pat Lynch entered in the district at Peoria. He
finals and then went to Champaign to stronger competit
very small margin.
Toward the end of last year's track season, Coach
s team. The team came
the Abe-Lincoln Confer-
the regular meets were
qualified in the semi-
on, only to lose by a
Brodman purchased some
new track suits for his lettermen. The suits were white with orange and blue
stripes. Forman is proud to have such a well outfitted
It looks like another successful year for Coach Brodman's squad
Ready to'show their strength for the third year straight are the
turning lettermen and the events in which they participated. Dick
half mile and pole vault, Smith dakestraw, the 100 and
low hurdles, Pat Lynch,
the 220, 100, and high jump, broad jump, and hop step and jump, Loren Sunder-
land, the shot, discus, hop step and jump, broad jump,
and relay, Edward Hein-
horst, low and high hurdles, broad jump, and high jump, Alan Hubbard, the 100
220, and relay, Stanley Noll, ALO and relay, Kenny Bender, pole vault, Merrill
Dierker, the relay, low and high hurdles, Charles Bilyeu, the high hurdles,
Dale Parkin, the shot, discus, AAO, and relay, Ron Nistehuff, the high jump.
Though these boys did not letter they helped in the regular meets. Their names
and events are as follows: Doug Runyon, Low hurdles, Ron Vogel, the AAO, Law-
rence Meyer, the mile.
We expect to have these same boys out for track
again this year in the
same events. We also hope to have some freshmen out to prepare themselves for
the comina vears. Since we go to press before track season we cannot reportthis
years UPdCKS events here. However in the supplement you will find the track
events of this year and the results.
Forman finished the sports year successfully, by winning
the Abe-Lincoln and Mason County track trophies for the third
On April 23, Coach Brodman and his team traveled to San
Jose to bag the Abe-Lincoln first place trophy. Five old re-
cords fell with Forman getting three of them. Ronnie Wiste-
huff and Pat Lynch tied with Vern Rademaker of San Jose for
the high jump record at 5' 8.75W. Dick Wells copped 'the
half-mile record with a 2:O9.3. The other record was set by
our varsity relay team CPat Lynch, Loren Sunderland, Alan
Hubbard, Keith Himmell who ran the 880 in lzbl. The relay
team won a trophy also. Other contestants in events and their
Shot Put: Sunderland l5l
Pole Vault: Tie, Bender and Wells Ill
hh0 Yard Dash: Rakestraw f2l
120 Yard High Hurdles: Dierker f3l, Heinhorstlbl
220 Yard Low Hurdles: Hubbard Ill, Dierker K3l, Heinhorstihl
880 Yard Dash: Wells fll, Rakestraw f2l
Broad Jump: Lynch ill Sunderland f3l
220 Yard Dash: Lynch Ill, Hubbard cm
Discus: Sunderland Kal
Fresh-Soph Relay: Vogel, Himmel, Wistehuff, Dierker Chl
The final scores were Forman 71, Athens LS, Easton 20,
San Jose 165, Mason City 135, Petersburg 13, and Greenview lg
Thursday evening April 29, Coach Brodman and his team
traveled to Havana and blazed their way to victory.. Pat
Lynch was able to account for a new record in the hop-step-
and-jump with a distance of h2'3n. A large crowd was gn
hand to watch the olympic-like feats turned in by Forman win-
nirs. The events that Forman placed in are as follows with
120 Yard Hurdles: Heinhorst lll, Dierkerlhl
100 Yard Dash: Lynch ill
Hop-Step-and-Jump: Lynch Cll, Sunderland f2l
Shot Put: Vance ill, Sunderland l2l
Pole Vault: Tie, Bender and Wells f2l
AAO Yard Dash: Rakestraw ill
180 Yard Low Hurdles: Heinhorst ill, Dierker l2l
220 Yard Dash: Lynch Cll
Broad Jump: Lynch C2l Sunderland ful
880 Yard Dash: Wells lll,-Rakestraw C2l
Discus: Tie, Sunderland and Snyder of Mason City ill
Varsity Relay: Cll-fTrophy for winning relayl
The results were: Forman 72, Havana 29, Mason City 165
Easton lb, San Jose 95, and Bath 2,
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The following Saturday, May l, Coach and four of his
boys went over to the Delavan Relay Track Carnival. Lynch
won the 220 yard dash. Rakestraw and Wells ran the 880 yard
dash placing 2nd and 3rd respectively. Hubbard ran the 220
yard low hurdles but did not qualify for the finals.
The next Saturday, May 8, Coach, Lynch, and Rakestrgw
went to the District meet in Peoria. Lynch placed gth in
the 220 yard dash and Rakestraw placed 3rd in the 88 yard
dash. If Rakestraw would have run one-tenth of a second fast-
er he would have qualified for the state.
Coach Brodman the Vpessimist of Mason Countyn is well
known for his splendid coaching ability. The Coach and his
boys appreciate the loyal support our fans have given us.
The year's events were climaxed by a basket supper Friday
night, May 7, honoring both the high achool and junior high
teams. Ron Bontemps, All-American AAU basketball star for the
Peoria Cats was the speaker. Following is a list of the high
school boys and the sports in which they participated. An W
denotes letter winner,
Don Alvis, BB, T Joe Parkin, Br, BBX
Don Barrett, T Jon Dee Proehl, B
Ken Bender, Br, BBr, Tr Smith Rakestraw, Br, BBr, Tr
Charles Bilyeu, Br, TW Kurt Rankin, BB ,
Jerry Bilyeu, B Ray Rochester, Mgr. BBX
Clyde Callaway, BB Doug Runyon, Bi, Mgr. BBY, Tr
Merrill Dierker, Br, BB, Tr Loren Sunderland, BBW, Tv
Frank Golden, Br, BBW Daryl Thompson, Br, BB
Roy Golden, Br Don Vance, BBW, Tr
Gary Gorden, BB Jerry Vance, BB
Gary Gosda, BB, T Jim Vatthauer, BB
Ed Heinhorst, Br, BBW, Tr Lester Vogel, BB
Steve Herrman, B Roger Vogel, B, BB, T
Keith Himmel, BB, Tr Ronald Vogel, BBW
Alan Hubbard, Br, BB, Tr Dick Tells, Br, BBW, Tr
Barton Irwin, BX Larry Whitehouse, BB
Rolland Kastner, B Dean Wilson, B, BB, T
Wayne Knaak, Br Marvin Wilson, Br, BB
Kenneth Long, T Jim Wistehuff, B
Pat Lynch, Br, BBW, Tr Ron Vdstehuff, Br, BBW, Tv
Lawrence Meyer, T Dean Wooding, BB
Stanley Noll, B,T Wayne Woods, BB, T
Dale Parkin, B, BBr, Tv
Laura Grafton, BBr Phyllis Kroell, BBW
Janet Lempke, BBW Sharilyn Vogel, BB?
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