Forrest Strawn Wing High School - Tupek Yearbook (Forrest, IL)
- Class of 1943
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Text from Pages 1 - 132 of the 1943 volume:
AUSTRALIA--Australia went to war with Germany September
3, l939,as a small, weak country, not prepared for war.
But today its factories me turning out all kinds of war
weapons. John Curtin is Prime Minister of the Austral-
BELGIUM--The Belgian cabinet, headed by Hubert Pierlot,
left the country and is carrying on the fight from Lon-
don. This heavily populated country with intelligent,
industrious people has been occupied since May, 1940.
BRAZIL Entered war on August 22 1942 It has many air
fields being built on her lands She also has fine har
bors and extensive products which make her a valuable
CANADA This country, about the size of United States,
is turning out food products and war material and sol
diers on a vast scale Flfty percent of its ll,500,000
people's income is going into war Its Prime Minister
is Willlam Lyon Mackenzie
CARRIBEAN LANDS These lnclude Cuba,Dominican Republic,
and Halti The countries are heavily fortified and help
safe guard the Panama Canal and the Caribbean
CENTRAL AMERICAN REPUBLICS These 1ncludeGuatemala,H0n-
duras, El Salvador, Nicaragua, Costa Rica, and Panama
Their Chl6f military importance is that they serve as
air, naval, and land bases for protection of the Panama
Canal and for shlpplng in Caribbean
CHINA The present war began in July, 1957 It is under
leadership of Chiang Kai shek China is fighting not
only tocrive out the Japanese invader but also to build
a stronger modern nation
CZECHOSLOVIKIA Thls country was taken ' :Tr-fx
over by Germany but escaped Czecks are 1
ETHIOPIA People of this land are back G Q
ward andengaged in primltive agriculture ls X,
This country is used to help guard Suex
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SOUTH AFRICA--IS the leading industrial center on the
African continent. Its naval patrol boats help safeguard
Allied shipping around the Cape of Good Hope.
UNITED KINGDOM -Includes England, Scotland, Wales, and
Northern Ireland For eonvenlenee thls area is called
Brltaln Today she 1S stronger than ever, destined to
play a vltal role in victory
FIGHTING rRENCH After France was defeated June 22,1940
General de Gualle organized a group and broke away from
France No French group, however, 1S an official mem
ber of the Unlted Natlons
GREWCV The Greeks, crushed wlthout warnlng by Italy in
October, 1940, are now a starved and tortured people
The Unlted Natlons will not forget their heroic flght
which cost the Axis dearly
SOVIET UNION Russian forces have destroyed and aredes
troylng more armed power of our enemies troops, planes
tanks, and guns than all other Unlted Natlons put t
gether The loader ofthis helpful ally 1S Josef Stalln
UNITED STQTFQ We sent de troyers, guns, food,and other
materlals toEngland UlhCP darkest hours We have helped
China nd RUSS1Q American flghtlng forces are being
sent to all part of the world Already the effect of
our p rtlcipatlon 13 belng felt on the front ln England
mfrica, and the islandsof the Paelflc
YUGOShAVIA The Chetniks have been referred.toasa third
front, slnce the Nazis have had to keep mwany thousands
of soldiers in that land Temporary government of Yugo
the South Amerlcan Republlcs, has Just Y1Pd
recently golned the United N1t1OHS Most f
of the populatlon of thls country is Ind
lan flthough lt 13 too small to contri X sdnlgm
BOLIVII One of the smaller eountrles of
bute much to the war effort, it does z1dd
unity to the South hmerlean front against f'
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INDIA--This country is of tremendous aid to the Allies
even though Gandhi, Nehru, and other Indian leaders re-
fuse to cooperate with the United Nations until India
is given full independence. The government, largely
under British control, has been promised complete self-
rule after the war.
LUXEMBOURG--This is a tiny land only four-fifths the
size of Rhode Island and is squeezedin between Germany,
Belgium, and France. It is headed by the Grand Duchess
MEXICO Furnishes large supplies of oil and essential
minerals for us and other United Nations Mexico also
helps to track down Axis submarines in the Caribbearx
and Gulf of Mexico
THB NHTHBRLANDS Is only a little larger than Belgium
and is a densely populated country It was overrun by
the Nazis in the summer of 1940 Jagnmwon the rich Neth
erlands Indies in l942,but not until the Dutch navy had
taken a heavy toll from the enemy The Dutch have some
great oil refineries that are vltal UoournUlitary'forces
NEW ZEALAND Has lent every effort to supply men, wea
pons, and ploducts for the United Nations The island
is a self governed B itish dominion
NORWAY Norway's escaped tanker fleet carrles at least
half of the oil and gasoline needed by Great Britain
Spitzbergen furnishes much coal to England Govern
ment is constitutional monarchy with parllament supnmne
PHILIPPINE IDLANDS e shall never forget the heroic
stand of the Filipinos at Bataan and Corregldor They
helped stall tne enemy and gave us precious tlnw tofbr
tify Australia They have been promised independence
in 1945 and will get it if the war is over
POLAND This land was invadedon September a,, L
l,l959, and it caused a world confl.ict are
Some 2,000,000 Poles scapod and ar'e
active se vice galnst Hitler Many f
home are engaged in sabotage Hitler has
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Mabel L. Marlar is principal for the third year of her
career. She teaches the commercial subjects, and is the
sponsor of the senior class, yearbook, Student Council,
and the Theatre Committee. Miss Marlar, who was born
in Chicago, attended high school at Wiley High School
in Terre Haute, Indiana. Outside of school activities
she likes to spend her spare time bowling in winter and
swimming in summer. She received her A. B. and M. A.
degrees by attending De Pauw University, Indiana State
Teachers College and the University of Illinois.
Creel Plunkett is teaching mathematics and science for
his first year in Strawn High School He is also spon
sor for the freshman class He was born in Bagota, Ill
and served in the Field Artillery in 'orld Var I Out
side of making geological collections, he likes to fish
and follow basketball Mr Plunkett attended Central
Normal College at Danville, Indiana, Southern Illinois
Normal at Carbondale and received his A B degree at
the University of Illinois
Virginia Glasener is teaching history and sponsoring
the Junior class for her first year in Strawn She was
born in Waterloo, Iowa and attended the University High
School at Normal As a side llne, she likes to practice
photography and to knit She received her B Ed at
Illlnois State Normal University Miss Glasener also
teache physical education for girls
Edwln Bruell is coaching our basketball team this year
He also teaches Engli h, sponsors the sophomore class,
and is co sponsor of the Press Club M Bruoll was
born 1n Lincoln, Illlnois and attended hlgh school
at Muncie, Indiana In h1s spare time he tries h1s
hand at writing books and songs He received his B S
degree from the Universlty of Illinois
year is Eleanor Coakley whois also teach
ing music and directing the junior and Kxzffff x
senior class plays Miss Co kley was born L fqlg 1
in Toulon, Illinois and attended the high N X
school there Her hobby is music and she NNN
likes to follow football She attended
Illinois State Normal Universlty
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Eileen Weller is the fifth and sixth grade teacher for
her second year. Mrs. Weller was born on a farm east
of Strawn and attended both grade and high school here.
She received her higher education at Illinois State Nor-
mal University. In her spare time she likes to swim
and to play tennis.
Helen Culkin is teaching the third and fourth grades
for the fourth year. She was born in Chatsworth and at-
tended school there. Mrs. Culkin likes to write let-
ters and swim in her spare time. In addition to attend-
lng Illinois State Normal University, she also attended
the National College of Education in Evanston and the
University of Wisconsin
Odette Singer is teaching the first and second grades
for her sixth year She taught the fifth and sixth
grades for eleven years before that Mrs Slnger was
born 1n Chicago and attended high school in Strawn, For-
rest, and Pontiac She received her later educatioxu
from Illlnois State Normal University and from the Uni
versity of Missouri
Board of Education
Roy O Stein, President
Wllllam A Somers, Secretary
Clifford Conger Fred Stein Joe V Kuntz
Everett Elliott Del Marlin Harry Pratt
Of these, several have served the school for a numberof
years Roy Stein has been a member for nine years 1952
to 1958 and from 1940 to date Joe V Kuntz has been a
Board member for eight consecutive years, W A Somers,
member and secretary for seven years, Clifford Conger,
for six years and Fred Stein for five Everett Elliott
served onl two ears, finishln out the
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unexpired term of a former member, while
Harry Pratt has had but one year'sexper xff
lence All have taken an active interest ff!!
in the affairs of the school and have
given their time and efforts freely to 3 9' 1
advance its interests
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by arrivlng two days ahead OI the new
i,, year The Keeley school vas h1s center
k if of learnlnff for the f1rst eight years
13QLj5gffcu and from there he transferred to Strawn
KJ. ,l:.fH1gh where he spent the next four years
'N Durlng hls freshman yeara sort of mystery
enveloped hlm No one,not even his COUSUI
Francis, could force h1m to expose the mystery of h1s
middle name, Donovan During his four year stay at S
C C S he partlcipated in basketoall four years and
baseball four years He also played the part of Dallas
Thorne in the junlor play, Tea Toper Tavern , John
Livingston ln the senlor play, 'Goln Modernf ,and was the
reader in the radio play, 'lhe Llfe of Stephen Lester
In hls sophomore year he was elected presldent of his
class His one outstandlng achlevem nt during h1S high
school career has b en his ab1l1ty on the basketball
floor Thls 18 a not ole fact because he dld not have
the gr de basketball tralning that the other boys had
can Clharlotte .Jtc1n, the girl who
knovs all aoout food, 1 s born the 5th
ing and eating food, sho has taken up
Home Economics by correspondence Besides
her lHtbPCSt ln home manag ment she has
also t k n .n actlve inter st in school
is Fn5EE5?j. man sement One ye r the sec of er
class and another m mber of the student councll, she
has qulte eapably helped look ftcr school ff 1rs
Along wlth the luSt of h r class she has p ssed through
the ordeals of the Jun1OT and scnlor plays seth years
she played opposite John Somers, once as Sally Lee
Dlxon, south rn belle, nd once s enevieve Derwent,
SOphlStlC8ted clty lrl Jc.n h s lso f ithfully
ttended g1P1LS glee club and physlcal education for
four ye rs, MlSSihg only wh n IDJHP d or ill She h s, 3
s most hlgh school glrls do, ttend d st ff as WPltbP,
typlst, stencll r, mlm egr Jhcr or ny other that was
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c nter and cant 1D xas born on September
2nd D6flHltS1V tkQ16tlC mlnded, he
has gone out for ll tvoes of saorts but
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4422 X' fllst year he made the flrst team in
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come the talrd h1 hest s olln man on
the team He also held tYlS 0OS1t1OD as
a sophomore and JLHlOP A a senlor he becmae center as
well as caotaln In baseball he was short sto: as a
freshy but lt vasn't untll the ne t ,ear that he came
into hls own as c tchel and heavlest nltter of the teart
As a junior he revalncd at catch Jut as a senlor took
to Jitchlng Track and hlgh 3 nplng have lso been of
lnterest to him P1s lnterests outslde of the seorts
world include boys chorus, glee club and also the gun
lor, senlor ol ys As a Junior he played J i.n P1 rpcd:
a young lawyer and as a senlor, James Llv ngston the
father of two 3FOgFGSS1VG cllldren J1Dl0P he was
not only president of his cl ss but DlCS1lCHt of the
student councll wlso
.Jetty Czongel was born 1n Strawn, Uct
27 Sh ttended Strawn Crade school a
small but ml hty bundl of mlschlof The
N, rcer were soent ln rather hit and miss
fsshlon, Khltting the boys and UISSIHS
classes J Her last two ye however
smwu.1pL- have b en spent ln hard and dlligcnt
stud Her .mbtt on to b 1 secret ry vas tcrpor rlly
fullfllled when she bcc.me secretary of ber class in
h r JUhlOP ye The other offlccs she h s held re
V100 pl 1d nt ln h r sonhonore ye r, Student Council
memb r ln both soohomorc and SCnlOP years, or sldent ln
her senlor ye r and bclng sst Cd1tOT of the nnu l s
a cnlor, glrl s W s lso 0 on a k ynotc ln her
hlbh scuool llfc Thls bounclnv littl foru rd also
SWlPWS U1 Kcd b seball b t hour years s memo r of
the gl o club h s l o lnprov d her lnglno c D 1ty
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ff' L YU ' owell '-'llsworth aughan our basket
ball manager for the past two years, was
born in Golden Gate, Illinois the 12th
of June He transferred from Monticello
to Strawn in his sophomore year and fell
routine During his three years stay at
S C C S he has taken up both baseball
and basketball His playing, however,
has been limited b cause of his fulltime job as man
ager All three years he has taken part in Glee Chib
activities and spent one year on the staff When the
school bought the motion picture camera, Lowell assumed
the responsibility of 1t's operation In his Junior
year, Lowell played the part of Barry Reid in the class
play and as a senior played opposite nary McFarland as
Donald maoCarther, a part time husband,who is too proud
to admit he is in love More than once he threatened
to resign as manager, but always came back to dress and
encourage his protcges
f"' If argaretha ouiself eyer, another amb-
elected ass't editor
the following year.
a minor part in the
her junior year she
Reid and as a senior
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member of the senior class, was
June 7 Actively interested in
, she has taken her letter in P L
of her four years She has also
an active part in her class activ
and work, becoming class Sec and
as a sophomore, President as a
and student council representathn
as a senior A member of the staff each year, she was
Junior year and then editor
freshman year she was given
play, UTed Drops Inu. In
one of the leads, hosamand
the lead with Francis Smmrs
his wife, Marge Livingston. Her
other activities were: press club reporter, assistant
motion picture operator and member of the glee club for
four years. At the time of the Junior-Senior banq uet
she represented her class as toastmistress.
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.lf arvln francis!! aler, the oldest member
of the Senlor Class, W s boln prll ll Mar-
vln, though not oartlcularly atheletlc mlnded
has gone out for baseball and earn d hlmself
a perm nent DOS1tlOn ln th fleld H13 other
extra clrlcul r aetlvitles lnelude glee club,
four ye rs, nd staff, tfo years In h1S
su, eggs. junlor year, HnPV1D played John Sedgwlch,
old fl.me of Theres Kuntz, and w s also
vlee presldent of his el ss In P18 senlor year he
played Qobert Lawerence, setty Con er s fiance
'-'lwyn 'Juv ne!! tz,born JL ne 8 'mt Forrest
bee m moms r of the present senior el ss
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lvyne 11k H rvln cares llttl for sports,
OQFtlC10 tlng ln n 1th 1 e see ll or basket
b ll Hls only lHtvPuSt outslde of his
whlch he belong d his sophomore and Junior
years Two years str lght he ol y d Op0OSltC Vlrglnh
Lehm n ln the JunlOP ind s nior ys on ye r
1ll1.m R ndal, a brilli nt young l wyer nd the other
US ROV DUFFY Elwyne wants to be a radio engineer
irginia J athryn ehm.n, was born on the
s cond of D eenber Always merry and nov r
c rrylng chlp on her shoulder Glnny has
12313, Q spent four f irlv hfmpoy y ars, s a hlgh
school student Durlne her four years she
has been member of th gl clua nd also
the girl's P class lhree y rs she h s
been mcmb r of the onnu l stalf, helplng
to prose ve the memories of school Virgini has also
been secretary of her class for on y ar It was during
thls y ar that sh declded she wanted to COnt1Hu her
llfe work 1n the commercial world In both senior .nd
Junlor ol y she has played OppOS1LC 'lwyn Metz, once
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Velda Jean Koe 1 and he slst r Wldcra
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That Lucas Fan1ly'
and ln 'Srnulderlng
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Cru rf ls 1s
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acted 1nt'eSen1 r pl y '
when she las a Freshman
Flame' wnlle a Junior
the folloflig actlvltles glee cluo 4,5
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inlfred Helene Neyer was born Aprll 7, at
Strafn 1nn1 s favol te sport is baslet
ball and sne certainly deserves her th1rd
year azard ln tue glflb Phdslcal Educatlon
class sac has also part c1pated ln rlee
c uo 1,4,o, Staff 9 5 and F rst Ald 3
Durine tne xlnter months wnen the Junior
class sold cancy she cared lor nearly
everythlng and also sold hers lf a gen
Mary Jean Aaron, one of tue bl ndes ln the
JUH1OF class, celenrates her Jvrthday ln
15 that? Algust 20 T le wn h1vh school
Mary has part cipated n gle club 2,5,
t fl 2 3, First Ald 5, and Jr play 5
A conflrmed Jo k worm, Vary Jean has read
almo t ev ytnlng wn the school l1Jraxy so
lf ou :ant a review of so e Jock you know
Ilere to net t
Agnes Magdalen Jalters found her f sr't
year of cneerlead1ng qwlte an e parlence
ln her JuHlOP car er However she has
a flne Jos Con ratulatlon ' Birthday
July 15 Her act vltles are ,lee club
, ,o, taf , es , Sr Pla
l 0 Ouar c 1 2, Vlce Pres 6
Madgal n has been cngloyed Wn Morrlsfs
grocery store slncc last June and makes
a very ef 1C nt clerk
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Bert Wstle Davis,was one of the two Junior
boys on the f1TSt team ln basketball, thls
year Bert has done an e cellent job and
should have much success next year His
birthday 15 Fay 12 9SluGS nartlelnatlng
ln basketball nd baseball all three years
he has eeen ln st If Student fOUHCl1 1
5 Pres 5 and Flrst Ald o One of e
eanlldates for ne t years basketball een
taln V111 orobaely be Wert
Iary averne Fellers was born aovembcr 11 a
fe nlles outslde of Saunemln She began
4ws fgiy er SChOOllng ln flng Half way through
fgfgia Athe second grade her f mlly moved to For
rest where she spent two years 51HCG
then she s been a student ln Strawn School,
here sh has eartlcloated 1D the lOl1O'
lng ee club 1,2 5 1 2 5, Ra o
b U ay 5 Stafl 5 blTSt Amd ur ole J
Lucllle Ann W1dMOP arrlv 1 ln Prods y on
July 25 She besan her SChOO1lng 1n Strawn
at the age of Slf and has eontlnued h r ed-
ueatlon, 1HS1dC of th famllar valls 05
e C Durlng thls tln she n s partlc
,m p ted ln the 1OllOllHU stafl 2 5 g1rl's
eee1ub125 Flscznds P111
Junlor vlay 5 Lucllle 1S ehamplon gum
chew r ln Strawn Llgh
Weldon Rlehard stcldlnger, arrlved on an
unlucky day, the loth, Ol March Dlsplte
thls fact Weldon has done a flne gob of
guardlnv H13 msn on the basletball floor
N yt vear he eertalnly wlll be an asset to
the Strawn team Hls actlvltles lnclude
bask tbwll 1 2 5 and baseb ll 1,2 5, Wel
dons ambltlon seems to ee a farmer For
several years he has been a m mber of the
boy s 4 I club learnlng more about f rmlng
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She was born Aprll lc n to out
fxthls c1tV,and has been the W1 he t soprano
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1U tre glrl' glee club lor th past three
years The re t of her aCtlVltl6S lnclmde
s aff 2 5 Class Sec 2 P r l 2 5 Ra 10
Play 2 5 Jr play 5 Phyllls ambltion lS
to sing on the radlo or ln the opera The
past year she ras been taking singlng les
sons toward this end
Rlchard Wllliam Shaffer is better known
as 'D1ck" to everyone at S h S Dlck was
born December lO at Falrbury and came to
Strawn as a green freshien Hls 8CtlVltl9S
lnclude Sec 3 Pres 2 glee club 2, Flrst
Ald 5, Student Councll 2 and Jr play 5
X' LWhen Rlchard gets rlch and doesn't know
1 what to do wlth
XSXXN- fls at Saybrook
S 4 1n the elghth
all his money, I thlnk he
wlll buy a farm because he llkes thls wodc
Phlers was born November
He came to Strawn whlle
grade Durlng hls three
-' QW' years at strawn Hlgh he was ln the Radlo
Play 5, and glee club 2 Carroll and his
brother, Gordon, llke to slng cowboy songs
5Qf7and do a very good Job Thls last sprlng
Carroll came out for baseball and the clam
lnter mural basketball games
Paul Raymond Meitzmer was born September
l at Stewardson, llllnois Whlle attend
lng hlgh school there he took an actlve
part in glec club and softball Paul was
transferred from Stevardson to Strawn Feb
ruary lO Ihlle here he particlpated in
the sprlng sport aCtlV1tlGS and was esp
lcally lnterestod ln plng pong He also
had a part ln the Junior Class Play We
hope Paul stays with us for quite a whlle
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vard on the glrl s basketball squad, was
born on the eighth of November Kathle has
taken plane lessons for 7 years and she
engoys playlng very much She ll make an
evcellent nurse Slnglng to her patients
During her hlgh school career she has par
tlcipated ln glee club l,2 5, radlo play
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wlFSt Ald 5 and was Vlce President l 2
Helen Loulse Tredennlck, the glrl wlth the
latest dance steps on record has also ac
cempanled her el ssmates 1n ll years of
h rd work at Strawn Her blrthday falls
on the fourteenth of December She has
taken part ln glee clue l 2 5 Sr play 2,
2 5 FlTSt Ald 5 Jr play 5 e
vas a SO3hlCat d gal from the city known
s Blythe Duval in the Junior Class Play
Donna Xelle Pratt, one of the cheerleaders
thls year has taken her cart ln the fel
lewinv CtlVlt1GS glee club l 2,5 st ff
P V 1 2 5 cheerleader 2 5 Pirs
Aid 5 Student Councll 2 Student Ceuncll
e , l J ol y 5 At home
Donr llkes to cook Best of ell she
llkes to bake c kes She'll make some m n
a fln XlfG flom ll her early QCFIGDCCS
Sxxfnflnez M ry Somers, was born on December ,
"'l926 At the OCglnDlng of her fourth year
of school shc was forced to leave her
studles c use of he rt llmcnt, but re
JOID d h r cl ss agaln as they cnt rod
the flfth gr do Sh w s mcmoer of the
followlng l,2,5 glee club 1,2 5
staff o, Flrst Aid nd Jr Pl y 5 er
f vorlte n StlmLS re d HC1Hg and p ddleug
around ln L swimulng pool
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ano Engllsh lnstruetor s soonsor he member and olf
M rj Somers
Lorene GClguF Ruby Garmon
Vlce Presldent Sec lreas
Glorla Benway Morris Pratt
Roy Benway Gene Vaughan
Glen Benw y Ger ld Kuntz
Margery Hartman D an Tredennick
Others who were former elassmates the fllst 10 ye rs ln
clude Loretta Kuntz, Geraldlne Usborne, lnlfreo leyen
Ruth Monk , V ronlea Gulnn, Gl n and Roy Bsnway and
Nr Blunkett 1S trelr class spensol
The pres nt mema r of the class and OfLlCCFS are
Norm Thomp on
Pr Sld nt
Norma Somers H len Sklnner
Vic Presid nt Sec Treas
'llm Metz Gerald Lynch
Eldor Koehl Anthony 'alters
Virglnla Goemble hennelth Steidlnger
Don ld Rlnkenburger
th rs who w re classmates som time ln the flrst elght
years lnelud Mary Benway, dna er, Harold Aberl ,
Concetta Arrigo, Ger ldlne Osborne, D nnl Stroiseh and
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QROIO PLAY CAST BR5EIbFILL TERM
JUNIOR PRESS CLUB:
TI-ICFITRC COMMITTEE FIRST aw CLASS STUDQNT CQQNQIL
GIRLS GIGE CLUB GIRLS PIIYSICRL CLIISS
At 7:50 on Wednesday evening, September 16, the Sopho-
more class initiated the new freshmen.
The freshmen were first blindfolded and given a sound
spanking by the willing sophomore boys. Then they were
led onto the stage where they performed for the high
school students and faculty.
After the stunts there were games and dancing followed
by a lunch of ice cream and cookies The party closed
at ten o'clock
On Tuesday, October 6, the members of the Student Coun
ell sponsored a weiner roast for dm high scnoolznd mem
bers O1 the f cultf The
drove located southwest of
Baseball and football were
was a feast of weiners and
drinks Then everyone sat
weiner roast was h ld at a
played At six o'clock'Uwr
buns, apples, candy and cold
around th fire, sang song
and told stories At elgrt o'clock dmagrmnnreluctantly
departed for home
election of Cheerl aders
On November 5rd the students of the highschool elected
their cheerleaders Of the six girls who ran ragdalen
W lt rs and Donna Belle Pratt were elected These gkds
did an excellent Job all season and won much praise Hom
their classmates a well as from rival schools
Farewell Party ,,,esa,N,
On Tanuary ll the Junior
cla ses were hosts at a
given for Harvey Hartman,
to school in Eairbury,and
and sophomor e 0' 1
who left to go
Mary NcFarland, AF
who moved to Forrest Dancing and games
were enjoyed A lunch of ict cream, cold
drinks, and cookies were served
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The Smouldering Flame
Victor Dreyfus,a novelist, needs an inspiration for his
newest novel "The Smouldering Flame". He finds this
inspiration in Alice Smith, an orphan who is hit by an
automobile in front of the Dreyfus home. Alice is car-
ried into the house and she lives there until peopl.e
start gossiping and Mrs. Dreyfus orders her out. She
leaves,but her friend from the slums,Tommy O'Brien, re-
turns to tell Victor that Alice was innocent in an at-
tempt to rob his house. Alice comes back to find Vic-
tor engaged to Emily Carrington, but Emily releases him
from their engagement for she knows Victor and Alice
love each other
Victor Dreyfus Bert Davis
Alice Smith Magdalen Walters
Emily Carrington Kathleen Watterson
Mrs Dreyfus Phyllis Decker
Tommy O'Brien Weldon Steidinger
Mrs Denton Todd Mary Fellers
Vilma Todd Donna Pratt
Parsons Richard Schaffer
Blythe Duval Helen Tredennick
Jean Green Winifred Meyer
Ida Arnold Velda Koehl
Rosetta Inez Somers
Extra boys CarrollEhlers
This year both grade school and high school tried to do
their part to further the war effort by collecting rub
ber and old metals in a scrap campaign conducted Feb 5
thru Feb 26 Robert Thomp on, Robert Arnold, and Har
vey Stork won prizes of 75, 50, and. 25
cents respectively for collecting n1ox'e
scrap than any of the other contendixm
grade students High school winners were !,ff
Lowell Vaughan, Gerald Lynch, and Ger1e
Vaughan Robert Kuntz received a.consola
tion prize of ten cents for bringing in
lOO lbs of scrap On March ll a moving
picture was shown in the gym for all who
brought in at least one pound of scrap
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Margo Meyer and Francis Somers, a middle-aged couple,
who were the parents of a girl and boy, John Somers and
Betty Congen find that their children,who have just re-
turned from a year in New York,want to turn their house
into a modern one ,nd to even modernize their parents
A house party is planned as things turn modern Margo
a nd Francis urprise thclr child en hir ally going md
ern Marge and Franci e en upset two prospective mar
riage m Betty aniharvin Male ,and Tohn and Jean Stein
Things return Uanormal aSMar o and Francis resume their
old fashioned ways In the end all agree with Margo in
at the only way to be nappy 1 nJist be yourself
Mrs James Livingston Margo Meyer
Mr James Living ton Francis Somers
John Livingston John Somers
Alexandria Living ton Betty Conger
Willie Randall Eluyne Metz
Annie Norma Thompson
Robert Lawrence Marvin Maier
Genevieve Derwent Joan Stein
Priscilla Griggs Virgin a Lehman
Donald MacArthur Lowell Vaughan
May Rogers Mary McFarland
The sophomores, Juniors and seniors Jho were interested
in helping to mace the qnrual m t Q1October o to organ
ize At tfe meeting Ma PO P yer xa elected ditor and
itor and 1 tant met with miss Marlar and each mem
be wa assigned certdiw duties
The Staff met cvrry Thursday the 7th and
Sth periods,and the m terial xas written,
proci read, typed, sterciled, and mimeo
Uraphed Them the paves ere sent to be
bound Thus the l946 ver lor of he
annual Nas completed
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Wunderlick of the Crowell Collier's Publishing company
spent the fifth and sixth periods of the afternoon get-
ting the high school students thoroughly enthusiastic
about another magazine campaign.
As in previous years the first period classes organized
and chose room secretaries. Norma Somers was chosen
secretary for the Freshmeng Mary McFarland for the Soph-
omoresg Kathleen Watterson for the Juniorsg and Margare-
tha Meyer for the Seniors
240 was set as the goal for the entire campaign This
meant that each person had to sell 35 worth of magazirle
Eight days later, at the close of the campaign, the goal
had been topped witha total of S250 50 worthci'subscrip
tions sold High salesman were the Seniors with 1871 of
their quota or 384 The sophomores sold 79 worth
1551 the freshman 11550 50 worth or 1011 and the Juniors
Q57 worth or 4473 Gerald Kuntz sold subscriptions total
ing 31326 Margaretha Meyer 3525, Virginia Lehman S19 Vir
ginia Goembel 32517, and Glenn Benway 15 The profits of
the campaign were used to purchase a moving picture pro
Girls Glee Club
Under the direction of Miss Coakley, 7th and 8th.grade
teacher, the girls' glee club was organized The girls
participated in singing classical and popular music at
school programs lhose who were in the girls glee club
are Virginia Lehman, Je n Stein, Betty Conger, Wini
Ired Meyer, Kathleen Watterson, Inez Somers, Magdalen
Walters, Helen lredennicx, Mary Fellers, Lucille Widmer,
NbrySomers, LoreneGc1ger, Gloria Benway, Phyllis Decker,
Mary Jean Aaron, Velda Yoehl, Donna Pratt,
Maryorie Hartman, Ruby Garmon, Helen Skin unfe6,f
ner, Norma SOmGFS,VdTglHl8 Goembel, Norma 1
Thompson, Eldorz Koehl, Wilma Metz ff!!
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faculty on December 25. The Student Council members had
charge of a variety of games that were played. A gift
exchange was held followed by dancing and active games.
Refreshments of ice cream and cookies wwe served before
the party ended.
On September 18 th Student Ccuncll members met for
organization under thc direction of Miss Marlar as
sponsor Margo Leyer was elected president and Jean
Stein, secretary The other members were Betty Conger,
Francis Somers, Bert Davis, Harvey Hartman,Mary Somers,
and Norma Thompson After Harvey began his second sem
ester at Fairbury, John Somers was appolnted Uvfill his
The Student Council's main duties this year pertainaito
helping the war effort and assisting with school pro
grams Committees were organlzed to sponsor the maga
zine campaign, War Stamp drive,Salvage drive, and the
Victory Book collection for soldiers Tle Council also
made a school service flag and had charge of the Open
House Armistice Day program
Press Club Party
On October 24 at ll o'clock in th morning four s nior
girls, driven by Miss N rlar, left Strawn and headed in
the direction of Champaign They were followed shortly
by the senior boys in Fr Bruell's c r Tre manor class
was finally going to reap the benefit of six months
of Junior Press Club reporting It had been decided
previously that the boys would attend duzlllinois Notre
D ve football game so they went immediw
ately to the stadium whilethe girls at ff
tended a double feature and then bowl d
a game amid bevy of sailors Both of
the groups, having eaten meanwhile, met
while touring the library The girls
ended their evening by attending a play
at the Little Theatre a mystery drama ff
entitled nRopes End H The boys spent
the rest of thelr time touring the var
ious university buildings
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For several weeks before Open House the members of tlie
Student Council had been busy making a service flag and
getting the names, ranks, and pictures of teachers and
students who had graduated or finished their schooling
here At the same time members of the grade school were
preparing exhibits to be shown in their rooms and mem
bers of the high school were preparing exhibits for the
On November 9 the parents came to view the students ex
hibits ide program for tre evening began at 8 o'clock
with contributions from each of the four grade rooms
A play entitled UFor want of a Nail' was next,premnmed
by several high school students Then Harvey Hartman
read off the names of the men and women in the diferent
branches of the armed service while the boys' and girls
glee clubs followed the reading of each group with an
appropriate song The orogram ended with the unveiling
of the flag while the audicnce sang the National Anthem
to the accompaniment of trumpets
This year two carloads of girls attended the Ice Capades
at Chameairn on Anril 7 For Viss Marlar and the Senior
girls, Betty, V rvo, Jean, and Virginia, this was the
second consecutive year of attendence Phyllis Decker,
Winifred Meyer, Kathleen Uatterson, Inez Somers, Nomna
spectacle of silver blades on ice for the first time
In the high school stamp campaign held February 1 thru
February 12 a total of e180 worth of war stamps were
sold A party was meld for the Senior class, purchasers
of H79 in stamps or 925 of their quota
and winners of the stamp contest T116
Sophomores were second with 2945 45 or 4557 Haifa'
of their quota, the Juniors third with. ,ff
55455 20 or 5452 of their quota, and the
Freshmen last xith S14 55or l65Z of their 'Fa 1C
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A First Aid Class, under the direction of Miss Marlar,
was organized in November. The class met on Tuesdays
and Fridays,the seventh and eighth periods,and the stu-
dents learned among other things to bandage, apply dig-
ital pressure, apply splints and give artificial respi-
ration. After they had completed twenty hours of class
room work with satisfactory skill,they were given a Red
Cross certificate as well as one-halfcuedittowand grad-
On December 5at4cHclock the Radio Play Cast presented
their play"For Want of a hail' over UJBC in Bloomington
The play was directedty hr Bruell and Miss Coakley and
member of the cast included
Kathleen Watterson Mrs Atkins
Vary Feller Florence Benson
Harvey Hartman Tommy Benson
Anthony Walters Roy Benson
Lorene Geiger Mother Benson
Carroll Ehlers Father Benson
After the program the group ate:n:Mother Hubbard's Cup
board before returning home
A series of moving pictures were shown in the gymnasuim
during the winter The following pictures were shown
'History is Made at Night' with Charles Boyer and ean
Arthur, "Boy of the Streets with Jackie Cooper, The
ost Goes Iestn with Robert Donat and Jean Parker, The
Hoosier Scrool Boyn with Mickey Rooney nAl iersn wnlsh
Charles Boyer and Hedy Lamarr, "The Healer with Ralph
Bellamy and Mickey Rooney, "Elephant Boy with Sa ,
UCount of Monte Criston with Robert Dona nMr Smith
Goes to Washingtonnwith James Stewart and
Jean Arthur, "Captain Fury with Bri
Aherne and June Larg,'There Goesmylieart
with Frederick Narch and Virginia Bruce,
and UUnder the Big Top with Anna Nagel
Tne movie proyector was runtm Margo Meyer
and Lowell Vaughan Tickets were taken
and sold by Kathleen Vatterson, Magdalen f"
Walters, Jean Stein, Winifred heyer,Ektty
Conger, and Virginia Lehman Glenn Benway
Gerald Kuntz, Gene Vaughan, and Anthony
Walters were ushers
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On Monday, April 19, the girls of the Senior class at-
tended College Day held at Illinois Statelkumal Univer-
sity. They arrived about 9:15 and became momentarily
lost, but found Fell Hall in time to register and get
their meal tickets. Escorted by a student, they arrived
at Capen Auditorium to listen to several addressesand
music presented by the ISNU orchestra. Divided into two
groups,those interested in Home Economics and those in-
terested in a commercial course, the girls toured the
campus until noon
Dinner was sfrved at Fell Hall After the meal, Presi
dent Fairchild delivered a short address and the ISNU
Girls' Chorus followed with several numbers The day's
entertainment was climaxed with a play uUtter Rdax
ation presented by ISUU students at Capen Auditorium
Junior Senior Banquet
The Junior Senior Banquet of 1945 was held May 5 at
Hotel Tilden Hall Bloomington Illinois PT1yl.li s
Decker was toastmistross for the evening Bert Davis
junior class presidena gave the welcome speech and the
response was given by Betty Conger, senior class presi
dent The skit was read by Donna Pratt,and the prophecy
by Magdalen Walters The senior class will wa read by
John Somers During the dinner course Kathleen Watter
son played two piano solos, HRoad to Mandalay URustle
of Spring The rest of the evening va spent at the
astle Theater where the group saw nRoad to Morocco'
n nNo Place For a Lady
A party was held after the Junior and Senior plays
celebrating the success of the plays The
Seniors accompanied by Miss Coavlcy, Miss T' A
Marlar, and Mr Brucll attended the show
nTen Gentlemen From West Point' Then t y
bowled The Juniors also attendeda show
nln Which Nc Serve at Gibson City
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Preference tests for Senlor
Juniors al o take preference tests
Press Club meets Plans to spend earnings
9 ll Classes organlze Pres? Vice Presv Sec?
Baseball at S1bley Strawn 9 Cropsey lO
Freshman initiation: P oo o r fresh1es'!
Softball here with Cropsey Strawn 9 Cropsey1O
Student Councll or5anizes
Boys' physlcal exams by Dr Seitman
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Dramatic tryout for radlo program
Baseball at Cropsey Strawn 5 Cropsey 2
Senlors order lnvitatlons and name cards
Nr lunderlick betins mabaaine contest
H151 School welner roast near Fairbury
Baseball at Cooksvllle Strawn 8 Cookeville 15
Annual staff organized
First report ca1ds of the year B9 B
Seniors have a oarty the 2nd oerlod for ell
ing greate t percentage of magazines
Senlor class trlp to Champaign to ssend Press
Student Council plans Open House program
Instltute' Only teachers have classe today
Open house and dCd1C8tlOD of service flag
Flr t basketball game of season at lelvin
Melvln 46 Strawn SO
Play practice instead of V8CB+1OD for Seniors
Lucky Dl5ht' Strawn licks Gridley there in
overtime 38 to 36
Senlors have their pictures taken at Normal
St Paul beats Stravr here 51 to 56
nior Class play 'Goin' Modern'
Alumni wln annual pame S8 to 54
Flrst sid clas organlzed by Niss Marlar
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Strawn loses to Slbley 45 to 59
Strawn S11HS Forrest here 54 to
E C I C Tournament t Buckley Strawn 56
Melvln beats us 58 to 18 at Buckley
Strawn beats Slbley 49 to 55 for 5rd place
Chrlstmas party and glft exchange
Christmas program Santa Claus arrives"
No school for ll entlre days1'l
'TOURNAMENT 125 Strawn
aAT ROBLRTS 26 Strawn
School beglns wlth the new year""
Strawn takes Cooksvllle 44 to 41 there
Ghost Goes West starring Robert Dona
Farewell party for Mary McFarland and Harvey
Hartman bv Junlors and Sophomores
'Hoosler Schoolboyn starrlng ickey Pooney
Roberts game postponed because of bllzzard
20 No school Roads are blocled
nThe Healern starring llcley Roon y
Strawn sklns Sibley 55 to 4O tnere
We lose at Forre t 25 to 46
Fairbury beats us there 55 to 59
Walgiersn starr ng Hedy bamarr R Charles Boyer
We skln Roberts here 62 to 47
Strawn runs away wlth Cropsey 68 to 14 there
'Elephant Boy starring Sa
Strawn loses at Lexington 58 to 44
Str wn wins at Roberts 44 42 in close game
Freshmen glve a Valentine party in the evening
St Paul wlns at Strawn 50 to 44
Vacat1on" Linco1n's birthday
Strawn loses to Pelv
We beat Cullom here
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WMr Smith Goes to Washlngtonn with J Stewart
'Captain Fury' starrlng Brian Aher
End of Victory Book Campaign 45 books 31,2 cada
Dr Bettag gives high school students TB tests
First nlght meeting of the staff
uble feature nUnder the Big Topn8UTurf Boy
Nurse Violet Botsford talks to the girls
nior play nThe Smoldering Flame
Senior boys take Army Navy officers test
Last movie uThere Goes My Heartn w1th F March
Junior class celebrates its success at Gibson
Several Jr and Sr glrls attend Ice Capades
One new member elected to the school board
Baseball here wlth Sibley Strawn 10 Sib1ey'8
Senior girls ttcnd College Day at ISNU
Game wlth Sibley called off because of rain
26 Easter vacatlonl!!
Baseball here with Forrest Strawn 3 ForrestO
ade school operetta 'Taffy Ann
Baseball at Forrest Strawn 9 Forrest 5
Junior Senior banquet at Bloomlngton
Game at Gibson ends 1n 2nd 1nnlDg due to rain
Baseball here wlth Fairbury
Class Honors Day
Last day of school!!! Vacation begins!!!
Edgar Drake speaker at Commencement exercises
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1st Lt Robert Smitlu
Pvt Artkdr Somers
Pvt Donald Kuntz
lst Lt Harold Ring
Pvt Harold gtCldlHgLP
Pvt Russell Conger
Pvt Walter Watterson
Pvt Leonard ROlgCP
Cadet Vernon Hartman
Ensign Dcvere Ring
Pfc Lewls Walters
Pvt Leo Walters
Sgt Robert Osborne
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Sgt Donald Benwa y
Cpl Kenneth Brleden
Pvt Vlrgll Kochl
Capt John Renard
Pvt Walter Farney
Lt Bernard Kuntz
Cpl Kenneth Hamilton
Pvt Nevoy Gostelli
Pfe Richard Ringler
Pvt Elmer Somers
Pvt Thomas Lynch
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15St Sgt Raymond Somers
Pfc Lester Decker
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Pfc Fdward Carlson
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Francis Somers, Captaln and sparkplug of the team, made
a grand total of 459 polnts He played center ln the
l1ne up but when play started he was all over the floor
both on defense and on offense His guidance and coel-
ness durlng close games kept the rest of the
gettlng frantic and reckless His average was
per game whlch 13 very hlgh for the stiff eompetltion
that the team had The team wlll miss hlm next year
John Somers, guard and fancy drlbbler, was the best
defensive man on the team His points,98,throughout the
year came when most needed, especlally in close games
His best shot was his drlbble ln shot into the free
throw circle but an oeeaslonal long was always acceymt
able The team regrets loslng thelr best natured player
Dean Tredennlek, gurad and set shot shooter, ran up the
total of 185 pelnts for the second highest on the team
His best shot was a set shot from way out ln the mlddle
of the floor Wlth a little more helghth, he wlll make
a dandy little player 1n hls two years left 1n hls
Weldon Ste1dinger,forward and the most aggPOSS1VC mancn1
the team, took Harvey Hartman's posltion in mld wlnter
After a late start he stlll get 54 polnts and a lot of
experience for the eomlng year Most of his baskets
were one handed shots from under the basket He was the
hardest flghtlng man on the team and w11l be a great
factor ln close games lh the comlng year
Bert Davis, forward, played a steady cool, dependable
brand of ball in the shot spot,sink1ng a number of well
executed one handers from the sldes Hls rebounds prmmm
to be very valuable ln tlme of emergencies The curly
halred athlete cut a neat flgure on the hardwood, and
hls talents will help next year
Glen Benway, the tall l nky sophomore, was the flrst
substitute and helped out when helght was needed most
Hu was the highest scorer on the s cond team
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Kenneth Ste1d1ngfr lHctCSL man on e1ther team, 'will
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Roy Benway las one of the be t del HSlV6 players on the
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Gene Vaughan, short but fas made tr bask ts for tne
second team on hlS 1ot nlght H lS probably the best
lmproved man on e1ther t an th1s year He was like a
streak when he once sta ted
MOPTlS Pratt the qu1ck st shot on e1th r team,1mproved
a lot throughout the year, and should make a good team
member next year
Gerald Kuntz, subst tute for the second team, lmproved
thlS year H became better as nract1ce cont1nued and
dlth a few more years, Jerry w1ll be a good player
Harvey Hartman, hot shot urdcr the ba k ts made 50
pOlHtS 1D tnc f gsm s layed b fore he changed
schools He v 3 1equl1r on tr f 1st t an and was e
dr1ve 1n rt1st arelnd the fl CHVOW c1role
Lovell V ughar, fu t fu manager of th team, kept the
othes n ck e e a ll t1res H15 cool
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H13 fam1l1 r n s nee Jll b WlSSeO next year
Coach Hd 1n Bru ll l d the oasketball team through l5
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The eighth grade class of l942-45 began viih the follow-
ing pupils: Madlyn Widmer, Dorothy Pratt, Joan Conger,
Betty Elliott, Doris Zimmerman, Paul Goembel, and Ilita
Two pupils who also were in their class and left tluem
are Johnny Meyer, who left them in the fourth grade,and
Geraldine Osborne, who left them in the seventh grade.
Elmer Stork entered in their class in l938 aniCatherine
Shaffer in l942. This year Jeanne Poshard joined thzm.
Their cla s motto is ON TO THF NFXT BASF' Their class
colors are pink and silver
Selling Stamps and Bonds
The fifth and sixth grade pupils sold War Stamps and
Bonds to the pupils of the Strawn School They were
open for sale every Monday,Uedne dam and Thursday morn
ing and at the noon hour A prize w s given to the
person who bought the most dollars' worth A scrapbook
which was first prize, vas warded to Gladys Adams, who
bought Q55 95 worth Second prize of a box d'stat1onery
was awarded to Dolore Vaughan who bought Q29 95
Red Cro s Work
E ch pupil made a scrapbook of news items and pictures
from local pap r that would be of interest to men in
service At the end of the term each pupil sent his
scrapbook to some person in service h knew There was
also one big scripbook that all third and fourth grad
ers worked on Nam s of boys fiom Strawn were then
placed in a box and the name of one dr wn out This
lucky one received the large scrapbook
The seventh amieighth grades published a
newsp per tnis year iich was called the
nJunior nigh limes Dorothy Pratt was
the editor and Do is ninrerm n assistant
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games for the season. The team won two games out of
four with Wayne Davis as high point man.
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The basketball season ended llth three vlctorles out of
elght games The maln feature of th boy's SCIIGGJJ1 e
was when they came o twlce on top with Cropsey
Durlng the year Jayne Davls was hlgh polnt man but the
other boys really showed the fans what they were made
Next year the QFHQG school w1l1 lose one of thelr
star players because Paul Goembel wlll enter lnto hlgh
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The grade school cheerleader chosen for
thls year were R1ta Somer Joan Conger
and Dorothy Pratt The gl 1 costumes
were blue and white The flrls had a few j
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The annual grade school operetta was held April 50,1945
at 5 o'olocK in the gymnasium. The leads were taken
by Jeanne Eoshard and Paul Goembel.
Jeanne Poshard, who
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was out of work and
worry, however, was
took the part of Taffy Ann, a plump
twelve with taffy-colored hair, had
ries and troubles because her fatha'
about to lo e F13 Job Her greatest
the champion Fl chlef maker of the
nelghborrood, Gallle Jerome, p aye by Paul Goemlnel
Despite all of Taffy Ann's worries everything turned
out all right her father Nas able to flnd work and
Gallies mischief making soon came to an end
Taffy Ann O'Day
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Roger nhlers +,a,
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H L A D D I l S J A S P A R T U
Aladdln Wayre Davls
Genle Franklln Somers
Rlp Van Wlnkle Kelth Benway
ROblD nood Donna Kuntz
Klng frthur C3tb6F1H6 Jacvson
Icabod Crane Mary Anne Kuntz
K trln G1 dys Hartman
Tom S wyer Charles Shlve
Huckleberry Flnn Alfred Fellers
nmma Ad m
Dolores N Jgh n
J mes Somas
Mary Jean Benway
Jo Ann Thompson
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Mr cCregor Charl SYIVG
Xmas Splrlt Dorothy G nada
Hlawatha Donald Iartmdn
Red Rldlng Hood Dorothy Lan
Wolf Parl Arnold
Snow Jhlte Dorothy Steldlnger
Doc Lloyd Wldmer
Happy Franklln D Vaugh n
Sneezy James Gelger
Dopey Kenneth Kuntz
Grumpy Don ld Goembel
Bashful Tommy A ron
Sleepy Chrls Plleder r
Sant Eduard Pope
Rumplestllskln Harry Wldmer
Plnnoehlo Rae Adron
Crlcket Charles nbtz
Clnderella Yvonne Steln
Bears L ona Pfledcrer
Alma Ifft Wllla Mae J ckson
W1tCY of Oz
Wlzard of Oz
Don ld Duck
B rbara Meyer
JL rlene A orrls
Raymond Vaugh n
Rob rt Thompson
Dorls Zlmrerman Bonnle Kuntz
Knlghts Yathryn Sch ffer
Peter Rabblt June Morrls
Flopsey Vlrglnla Garmon
opsy Agnes Somers
Cottontall Norma Lee
Raggety Ann Geneva Germon
Pop Eye Arlen Kuntz
Black S mbo Robert Benway
Pew Ja es Pfledorer
Ben Gunn Roger Erlers
C1HdCTC1lTBfTlHCC B tty Elllott
Puss 1n Boots Oren Pratt
Llttle Boy Blue MDUTICG Kochl
Jack Fred WOYFlS
J1ll Annabelle Wldmer
Mlss Muffet Llleen Pope
Pet r Ronald D v1s
Pussy C t Roger rnold
Crooked Man John Hornlckle
Imry Contrary Marlene Shlve
Flowers Shelby Garmon
Llla Stcldlrger Betty Hartman
John Sllv r
Bonlta St 1n
Clown lhry Jean Mellenberger
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The Sleigh Ride
The seventh and eighth grade students and teachers went
for a sleigh ride after school December 6. They had
two sleighs and both were pulled by a tractor. They
rode around both sections and went to Risk. After their
ride they came up to the school where hot cocoa, sand-
wiches and popcorn were served. Afterward everyone was
taken home in the sleigh.
The grade school scrap campaign was under the direct-
ox of the follo ing officers
Under Lt Rita Somers were th follozin pupils Sgt
JO Ann Thompson, Cyl Agres Somers Pvt Barbara Meyer
Under Lt James Somers Jeie Sgt Earl Arnold, Cpl
Philip Goembel, and Pvt Donald Goembel
Under Lt Mary Ann Kunt were Sgt Norma Lee, Cpl Mary
Jean Mellenberger, Pvt Evelyn Arrold
Under Lt Roger Benway were Sgt Arlen Kuntz,Cpl Frank
Somers, and Pvt Robert Benway
New Grade Library Books
The grade school have added several new bowks to ther
library this year Those which are the most important
are as follows 'Polly Kent Rides Westn HFlying wi
the C A A nPilot on the R1verboat', and NSergeant
Squeifyn are those in the seventh and eighth grades
nMistcry O1 the Little Red School Howse NB ue Jeans'
Johnny of the 4 hu, and non tie Trail of Santa Fe', are
from the filth and sixth grade room Those from the
third and fourth grade are NBen Franklid'
epec Daysn UFranka A Guide D g c,,,ffsl,,,
The four upper grades of the grade school f4ff!!f
all did Rrd Cross crk thrs year E ach ex ff
pupil ptanned t7 make a card table cover, Xxx
sixnafgans for sha ls,or stand tables for
the hospital bed
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A weiner roast was held by the fifth and sixth grades
on November 27. It was held to celebrate Hallow'een.
It was held on the lot where the old school house was
located. The students roasted weiners and marshmallows
The remainder of the afternoon was spent playing games.
The first second third and fourth grades celebrated
Halloween with a masquarade party All the childre n
came dressed in costumes The best dressed person in
each grade was awarded a prize Those who won prizes
were as follows Patty Kuntz, first grade, Joan Marlin,
second grade, Geneva Garman, third grade and Frank
Somers, fourth grade
This year each grade room celebrated Easter They had
an Easter hunt in each room in which all the pupil s
were included The one who found the most was given a
Easter egg for a prize They spent the afternoon play
The entire grade school celebrated Christmas together
A party was held in the gymnasium Gifts were exchanged
and passed out be Santa The remainder of the afternoon
was spent in playing games
Grade Girls Physical Education ,,f
The third, fourth, fifth, sixth, seventh Wjx
and eighth grade girls had physical edu
cation every Wednesday and Friday Each
girl was given 5 points ifshe tooks admon-
er, dressed, participated and kept her f,
clothes neat The girls were under the
direction of Miss Coakley, Mrs Weller,
and Mrs Culklns
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