Forrest Strawn Wing High School - Tupek Yearbook (Forrest, IL)

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L4lL 7 Yucrku u W 0 r Lu1LL,a ,J 1 j iruell weA m+e uU..Y1L, 1 0' Pette Aaron NlCkDumC Be Junlor Cl ss P' y Sbnlor Cl ss Pl y Pres Club PIOWGCT St ff Chserlelder Dorothy G nmoo Wlofnuma Dort Junlor Class Play Sonlor Class Pl y Chorus Ploneer St ff Gladys H rtmun NICKHHHG Glad Junlor Class Play Scnlor Cl ss Play Chorus Band Plonoer Staff Off1CC Asslst nt Student Councill Class Offlcor Press Club Charles Shlvc llckrmne Chuck Junlor Class Pl y2 SCHIOT Cl ss Pl y lu bull Cla s Offlccr Stuobnt Councll Ybltb Bbnw'y 1ClY me loose TUHIOF Cl ss Pl y Sorlor Cl s Play B sketb ll Senlor scconpl1sh snts Emma Adam ICVDQDG Uno JJHIOF Cl ss Pl y 0 T1OT Class Dl y Pr ss ClJb Press Club Offlcer DICWGCF Staff Chorus Band Bonnle Kuntz IICKDARG Red Junlor Cl ss Play Senlor Cl ss Play Press Club Chorus Plonoer Staff Class Off1cer l 2 DhySlC l Ed Chsorle der Donna Kurtz Nlcknwme Donny Junlor Class Play Senlor Cl ss Play Press Club Class Off1COY Llbr Ilan Chorus Janet Kuntz hlcknmns betty Junlor Cluss Pl Sonlor Lluss Pl Chorus Bard Ploncer St ff Physlcul Ed Class Off1oor Studont Co1nc1l Pros Club Llbrarlur Cheerleader C. 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' -2-4 ' 3 L ' V 1-5 N 3 - ' a -3 f ' a a 4 ' - A gy Bus: t ' l-2-5-4 ' ' f gy s ' 4 4 1- ,A . 4 A ' - L 2- .-' . - 4' ' , 1- C u C. , L 3 S .' s s 4 ' " N a a l-2-3-4 . f Seniors 'Any haste Paper?n were the words that echoed through the village of Strawn as senlors ran fran door to door three t1mes dur1ng the school year trylng to make money for a tr1p The Scn1OrS got off to a fly1ng start On September 4, the class vos organ1zed For the fxrst tume, Janet Kuntz took off1ce as pres pres1dent and Charles Sh1ve took h1s f1FSt try as secretary, even thourh he never wrote a letter whzle in Uff1C6' Did you hear that 'Aunt Sus1e Shot the Worksuon December 49 Those sen1ors were sure worried and nervous and by the tlme the play was oven the audlence was scared to turn around for fear sameone would poke a gun in their back The Christmas Hop and hanecuming dance was a great success on that n1ght of December 19 The Downbeats orchestra furnished music from 9 till 12 and everyone was 1n the Chrzstmas sp1rit CBy the way, that lost overcoat was found a few days after the dance J The new year began with anawful task for those S6n1OPS They'worked night and day on those famous Amer1ean Hlstory term papers San ester exams also looked the senlors in the face,and what s1l1y an swers the teachers at SHS recemvedl In the spring the class broke down and spent ahttle of then- money to give the other high sehool classes and thelr guests a party Bacoalaurette serv1ces were held in honor of the eight seniors on May 23 On May 26 the famous Pemp and C1PCUMStanCe began to play and the senxors marched fran the halls of SHS 1Dt0 the world fllled with hardships and joy Early on Frlday the Senlors left on the trlp to whlch they had been looklng forward to for a long t1me. 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Junlors ,car s cl ss of Jurlors were notable for the stortage of g l s org lllbd or Septenoer 4 Robert Elllott as 14 L r Uratt was elected vlce presldent 112 on s cretary,wr1t1rg letters and c r y ng 1 e bafdl a d paylng tbe candy b1lls Tte rla s s re on y one tnat d1dn't have a m n power shortage ooys rd two g1FlS Fred Atteberrydecldedthat rt lfr a rest ura t was more orofltable than ccmxng to school and lef early 1 t1e year The Junlor g1F1S w1th the a1d of Barbara Meyer, sold candy and pop at basketball games to ralse money to glve the banquet The boys d1d a f1ne Job of sellxng durlng the school Gay On January 7 the Kankakee Bottl1ng Company left a Coca Cola mach1ne111the lower hall and before anyone else had tlme to say what the prof1ts would be used for the Junlor Class clalmed the machlne In April the Jun1ors gave a banquet ln honor of the Senmor Class Thls 1S always a blg event 1n the year and everyone had a wonderful tlme H o Thlne Own Se f Be True 'To th1ne own self be true Our otto 18 rot new But one expressed just so By Shakespeare, long ago But,Classmates,thru llfes Joys, What noble gxrls and boys We'll be, 1ts wmll to do, Ard to ourselves be true! Classmates let's heed it well Thls motto oft we tell Let's act fran day to day As careful as we may, Let's prove to near and far How f1ne we really are , Bound to, whate'ver we do, nTo our own selves be truelu r'v ' - .,. T ' , 'V' lhxs - a , . 1.-S Q.. -., 1 ' X . ,,rf:r::j. GI '. L - at ' , ' ' ' Une elnlor c e s Nas l ua. - . ffm Wlint A :re ii,nt ego ve. - f, ' ' ' , E-' W- 7-. ..L 'a - li f vfvd ' ' ,- ' ' ' Help ,yi fc.- C L C. cs-.l.x.. J Ls Q . .1 . A 5 T -lx . . , . . . or J tn tns o.o1es n ' . . F . L . A , . n , 's 1 t.' ., a - ' , as rnere wire flfe ' al . s ann sg a n " A ' .. - .. ',. 1 . f V -- - I ' r . 1 . . . . . . , ' I X . - 1 . . . ,. . , n I . T ' l H f ' 'N ' I l Cl 4 n , ' I L ' I ' 1 EASSES GWER Q I. I 50229 P n +rees CTP racp of mar lo foun' w 'erAn ff f'e rroun upplmes WHIP O YM C,- .JUFIY rx N u wOW1 V W one A- 'Ou green ' r race tPD 1011 fsive aw c,P P 1 ,,..-I' f"X Q fi ,ff L, f If JP ,-2 .hf ff' 1. 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It surely wasn't 1n the Sophomore class whxoh cons1sted of three boys and elght girls The class ofhcers were as follows Frances Aaron presldent Margome De-any nee prendent and Alma Ifft, secretary The Sophcmores "Welccxned" the freshmen 1nto the doors of SHS by enterta1n1ng them at a vnener roast near Faxrbury The school bus served as a means of transportatmn Those in the class were Ruth Adam Marjorle Deany, V1rg1n1aGar- mon Susle Hune, Alma Ifft Jo Ann Thcmpson Darlene Rlnkenberger Donald Harman Charles Metz, Robert Kuntz and Frances Aaron Rex mute was the1r sponsor Hey Sophanore k1ds please stop awlfule Fran your grand attempts to make us smmle And 11St8UWh116 we pay to you A'Q'1bute 1n a llne or two In '46 you came along And now you're st1l1 501115 strong Best wishes to Fran Marge Bob, Don JoAnn,and Sue To Gumy Darlene Alma, Ruth, and Char1es,too Freshnen Your vntty boys and pretty lasses You keep the school's sp1r1t fran wamng pale Wlth lively pranks fran Frank and Dale And Esther, Bob Owen and Dort And Barb and Phll who's quite a sport, Thanks for your help in sports and staff Thank you kids for every laugh The Freslmen class th1s year was the allest class that has enter- ed the halls of SH S for sn: years Mr Latt1g the freshmen class sponsor made lt possmble th1s year for everyone 1n the class to hold a class offxce Frankhn Somers was elected presldent Dale Kuntz, vxce prendent Dorothy Ste1d1nger secretary Phlhpioembel, treasurer Esther Metz, reporter Robert Deany, sergeant at arms, and Barbara Meyer, historian The Freskmen went over their quota zn the magaune contest which proves that they started out 1D the true s xrit of the school he years go by no doubt they vnll became eaders mn other f1elds . : ' . 5 . . 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SL QH1 FS September C1858 Organlzatlon Who w1ll oe ourclass spon or :as the thought whlcn ran tHFOUgH the students' mlnds when the tlWC came for Class Organlzatlol The D1 n1f1ed Senlors chose Mlss Marlar for thelr sponsor Thelr buslness at the first meetlng conslsted of maklng plans for a paper drlve to oe held 1n Strawn ard plann1ng the CkT1StmBS Hop. The ambztlous, lorey Mak1ng Juniors chose Mrs Koehler as thelr sponsor They 1mmed1ately began maklng plans for the maklng of money, money, and more money Wh1te The1r f1FSt Job was to g1V8 the Freshmen a party they would never forget The Green Freshmen selected Mr Lattlg as the1r ad v1ser Thclr f1rst h1Fh school venture was to g1V8 the school a very engoyable party welcome Party Hot dog" Yes that plus ll the tT1Um1F s was what we had at the Welcome Party whlch the Sophs gave the Freshles The place north of Falrbury, The tlme September 25 The result everyone had a swell tlme Magazlne Contest Everyone seems to be readlrg a magazlne thlS year" Why? Probably a Jun1or or Freshman sold hlm a subscrlptlon as both of tnese classes went over thelr quota 1n the contest The Jun1or Class was h1gh, as each member sold at least one subscr1pt1on Among their members were Harry Preston and Owen Pratt, second and thlrd hlfh salesmen respect1vely Wlnner of hlgh salesman honor was freshman, Franklln Saners, w1th a grand total of 361 80 Wlth tho net proflt of S127 a radio-phono raph was purchased October Press Club Changes have been made. The Press Club, wh1ch was formerly an ac- tlvity of the Junlor Class,was made an all school progect lnstead of be1ng l1m1ted to Junlors only. The object of the Press Club was to collect and send ln news to the Pantagraph at Bloom1ngton. Mlss Marlar was the sponsor. Emma Jean Adam, a two year member, was chosen presldent of the club. rl t H S 'I n W Y Q . . l ', ' ' r. .5.. .... . 0 . I O . . i 1 . . . . . .5 . . . . A . The Silly Sophomores organized under the able direction of Mr. Rex . ,-1 . . - O I . . . . .J . . Q ' , ' 5 D A . Y A . . . 1 3131 ' . sooo 3 annum A . L . . .. . . . . . , . . . . . .5 h . ' ,H . a . . . . . . F 5 . Press Club Continued Bonnie Kuntz, Barbara Meyers, Marjorie Deany, and Frances Aaron took care of the society news. The Clubs and Organization news were in charge of Emma Adam and Jo Ann Thompson. Janet Kuntz, Ruth Adam, and Barbara Meyers reported all school news and sports. Per- sonals were assigned to Darlene Rinkenberger and Bette Aaron and the features were Bonnie Kuntz's job. Emma Adam called in the em- ergencies. A scrap-book, which includes all the news items which we sent in during the year, was kept by Ruth Adam. Band Organization The annual Christmas program marked the first appearance of the school band which this year was under the direction of Mrs Mary Short This year's band showed notic ble improvement over the one last year Those who played the clarinet were Emma Adam, Janet Kuntz, Bonnie Stein, Ruth Adam, and Yvonne Stein Ronald Davis, Roger Benway, Donald Metz, Kent Lattig, Charles Metz, and Owen Pratt were the trumpet players Gladys Hartman played the saxaphone,lJxnlle H1nkle,the slide tram bone, Donald Hartman, the bass drum, and Robert Benway, the Ebalto horn Two instru ents new to the band this year are the tuba played by Lowell Lattig, and the xylophone played by Joanne Marlin. Chorus Several members of the Chorus sang at the Senior play, but the Chorus made its first appearance as a body at the Christmas pro gram Those singing lto were Ruth Adam, Darlene Rinkenberger, Gladys Hartman, Susie Hume, Frances Aaron, Jo Ann Thompson, 1 Dorothy Steidinger Elizabeth Metz, Yvonne Stein, Ester letz, and Dorothy Garner sang second soprano, while Emu lean Adwn Tanet Kuntz, Bonnie Kuntz, Bette Aaron, Donna Funtz, fln lft urgent Deany, Barb r xeyer and Virginia Garmon sang soprano Student Council The Student Council was finally o ganized on lovenber 14 fter parties of the scrool be ides suggesting improvements to be m de Elizabeth Metz w s elected president ind J net Kuntz, secretary Other members were Gl dys Partr n, Charles Shive, rr nces A ron, Franklin Smmers, Robert Kuntz, ard Robert Elliott The magazine contest, was sporsorcd by the student council with the profitsa Philco radio rcco d nl Jer 1 s purch Sponsoring +36 courcil this year are miss Marl r dUG nr L ttiv . . . . , . . . . 3 . A ' . I . . D A. I . . . - . . . . Q , . E ' I A ard ' ' . ' - . J ' H Y h .1 . i S. Q. ' , u . in Agni I sm . .3 - A a M , h . . .F , . . . A , r . 7 A1 A a much delay. The council sponsored many of the activities and ' 'T s' ' '. . a .. ' ra - X ' L a ' f . a A fa ' 2 ' " a e. - . ,D Q A X . D , on .A 'k -L N - I 0 In il 1 I ' ' --A r L av- Vu .ased. y . ' , c' n ' ' s W' ' a f ' 1 . a 'Q. November Annual Staff On the Pioneer staff, which this year was organized early in Nov- en er were embers from the Sopno ore,Jun1or, and Senlor classes lf you readers w1ll follow t 1 page from a sheet of Wh1t6 p per to a part of our yearbooL, you may see the WORK that It takes to make a P1oneer of wh1ch we are so proud F1rst, the old annuals must be gone throu h so that the new book w1ll not dupllcate materlal PIEVIOUSIY used After the rough copy 15 wr1tten up lt lS proof read for Engllsh errors Next someone types the materlal on paper ruled off to the s1ze that w1ll be used ln the yearbook and counts the spaces so that the page w1ll be balanced After the stencll has been cut and 75 pages mlmeographed for each 50 that w1ll be needed the 50 best sheets are sorted out and stacked away untml all the pages are f1n1shed Thls year M153 Marl r and Mr Lattlg took most of the plctures for the annual 1nclud1ng many xnformal shots wh1ch we hope wlll help our yearbook The Camera Craft Studlo also took a few p1CtHT6S About May flrst all the pages for one Look were assembled and the plcture pages were 1nserted Then the pages were ent to the blnders to become a book After returnlng from the b1nders 1n a handsome green cover the bools were dlstrlbuted to those who had subscrlbed for them P .wife h "ll As a result of hard work the Pmoneer whlch was entered 1U the Columb1a Scholast1c Press ASSOC1at10h contest at Colunbla Unlver c1ty lew York won second place for the second CODS8CUt1V6 year Thls was the flfth tlme that the P1oneer has placed 1n a 1lmSO graphed annual contest It has mon recogn1t1on every year that lt w s entered ln compet1t1on L , . . .Ls , Fl . 1 . H - ' " h's fr A ' ta f ' ' . . c ,- S r ' . . . C ' . Q . . . . . " 0 . . . , . I 1 k -L4 5 . . . . 'T KA U Q - - f . w I . . Q . A a ' A I K r . . , - lx iii xp? wal ,. -3 lf, :lk '-513 "5 'xIl:.- '-if S 1- -5 I .' 'I ,' ' pl' 551 ,Vi ff 7 ' H Qika . I . . . . . . . . . . x. ' . .F V . I " . - ' . W . . . . . - - 4 - .I . . . a . . . . i- VN: WE YHE FINISHED YEARBOOK .1- FEATURE WR, ERS we EJ was N947 vwsen ACTIVITIES! AHC 'DF PVONEEFS -1-1 ANING TI GES 'PNG AN S N PANTAGRAPN REP"F EPI' QSNE 'IQ I J TS 'HE VWECC E E'FNG EN ARGING YEAREOOK PAGES Dece ber Sensor Play The Senlor Class presented 'Aunt Susxe Shoots the Works, a mystery canedy on December 4 1947 The ent1re actlon of th1s play took place ln the l1v1ng room of the Ylng resldence ln the out skirts of a med1um Slled clty The cast cons1sted of Emma Teun Adam as Aunt Susle Stowe an eccentrlc old mald Bonn1e Kuntz, as Joy Herbert her del1ghtfu1 young n1ece Janet Kuntz as Scarlet Deane, Joy's colored maxd Dorothy Gannon, as Laura Dawson another mald Donna Kuntz, as Madame Zola, who sees all, knows all and Bette Aaron as Portla Lark, a female lawyer Kelth Benway, as Onar Graves, a successful bus1ness man Charles Sh1ve as Johnny Rogers, who was engaged to Joy Donald Hartman, as LaSalle Johnson h1s colored servant and Robert Kuntz as Sl1Ck Conway, who added to the mystery Robert and Donald were borrowed from the Sophmmre Class When Aunt Sus1e Stowe a man hat1ng sp1nster, learned th t her late schoolmate, Cora Kmng, had w1lled her her property, she went at once to take possess1on of the supposedly deserted house and sausage works next door Aunt SUS16, her n1ece Joy Herbert, and Scarlet arr1ved to be confronted w1th a SGTl8S of halr ra1s1ng events Omar Graves arrlved l ter with h1s colored servant La Salle Johnson, and Aunt Susle learned that she had been left the property golntly w1th hun prov1d1ng they were marr1ed Wlthln thlrty days Several str nge and mysterlous people arrlved and oempllca t1ons developed The clxmax was reached when the eccentr1c sp1nster 'shot the works U Chrlstmas Party D1d you see Santa? He was at old S H S on December 23 he occas1on was the Chrlstn s part1es of both the grade and h1gh school The boys had to be persuaded to play w1nkum, then they had to be persuaded to stop Danclng to our new rad1o record player and musical cha1r were also 1ncluded 1D the entertaxnment. After the exchange of gifts the faculty served ice-cream and COOPISS and the school board presented us w1th a large sack of nuts, candy and an orange. - - Il - , p , . . . . . ' I I 1 . I L , , . , . . 3 . D 5 J 5 9 5 3 tells nothing, Gladys Hartman, as Cynthia Dunning, a neighbor, . ' 5 ' 3 Q I Gs 5 '- C I . ' - . . a . . . . r ' a ' , - . . . . ' . . . . . . . , Q . I . . - ' . - u . I ' . . . . . T . . a . . I o . . ' Cnrlshmas Dance ChF1SUH8S llghts sparkled soft muslc played and a record crowd danced at the Chrlstmas Hop and Hamecmmlng Dance g1ven by the class of '48 on December 19 at the school gym The muslc was prov1ded by the Downbeats of Kankakee a twelve plece band W1th vocallst The gym was beautlfully decorated wuth evergreen boughs and ChP1SU mas llghts and two huge trees A net proflt of Q62 was made on the checkroam, refres ment stand, and door proceeds Because an overcoat that had been checked was lost the Senlors had a paper dr1ve to make up the lose The 823 whlch was made from'Um drlve was to pay for the overcoat Shortly afterwards the coat was found so that the Senlor were 823 ahead lnstead of belng deeply 1n debt as they expected January Annual Staff January Seventh" On thls day serlous work on the P1oneer really started Although the staff was organ1zed 1n early October, the f1FSt n1ght meetlng marked the polnt where thlngs really began to hun Nlght meetlngs of three hours each were held each Monday 1D add1t1on to the regular two per1od meetlng on Thursday M1meogr aph1ng began on thls day also February Senlors Serve Lunch To make money for a well earned vacatlon the Senlors served 1UI'1Ch for the Quaker Oats Famlly Nlght ln the gym of S H S onFbbruary 29th Mr Aelllg and the Quaker Oats Company were k1nd enough to pay tr1bute of flfteen dollars Thls was the thlrd money4mak1ng progect of the year On two other occas1ons the Sen1ors had paper dF1V8S, dolng a serv1ce both to the cmmmunlty and to themselves by r1dd1ng people of waste paper and nettlng the SSUIOPS a proflt of thlrty elght dollars 1 . 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I I n s o e s l ' 0 March Stunt Show and Ploneer Party A new ldea was or1g1nated th1s year by havlng a stuntshov 1nstead of a no leas pa t of tle entertaln ent a the annual Ploneer Party Donra Yuntz organ1zed the stunt show and all the students worked hard for 1ts success The purpose of the party was to ralse money for thls year book The publ1c responded wholeheartedly to the staff' 1nv1tat1on and afterwards statednlt was thelmstone of all The proflts of the party amounted to 388 B1ngO cake walk old and modern danclng, f1Sh1ng, a movle about Strawn taken by l1ss Marlar and the stunt show furn1shed the even1ng's lnter ta1nment Aprll Junlor Play E rly 1n Aprll the Junlor class presented 'Toby Helps Outu hlch was a play w1th1n a play The characters were Roger Benwayas Johnny, who d1rects the play Ellzabeth Metz as Jane the herolne as Dave, the hero Robert Ell1ott as Mortumer who studles Latln Esther Metz as Betty Lou, who llsps Owen Pratt as Toby who cuts up Darlene R1nkenberger as Mrs Harvey who makes a prcmlse and Harry Wldmer as Mr Phelps who makes a decislon Esther and Dar lene were borrowed from the Fresh en and Sophmnore classes The canedy ln three acts was about a group of teen agers who entered a play contest to try for a county medal Although the play was lntended to be ser1ous a serles of events resulted ln 1ts becom lng a comedy and, as such, won them the coveted medal May F1nal School ACt1V1t18S The Jun1or Senlor banquet always a hlghllght for upperclassmen was held early ln May At the t1me the uP1oneern went to press plans were st1ll a deep secret so l1ttle can be wr1tten here How ever there 1S llttle doubt that the evenlngs events w1ll always ramaln clearly etched 1n the mlnds of the upperolassmen, so there llttle need of thelr be1ng prlnted there Cammencement week 8Ct1V1t1SS started out w1th Baccalaureate ser vlces Sunday May 23, 1n the school gym vlth Rev Father Motsett del1ver1ng the address Graduatlon GXGPCISGS were held the fol 1ow1ng Wednesdayg May 26, w1th the Reverend Morgan WIIIINBSBS the prlnclpal speaker The annual p1on1c was held the followlng day Thus closed a very eventful and very busy school year .. v' r 1 -, ' ' . 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Q s Yrma Pnzvvv venus Toosrnzn 9' if xx: 1141 unions on soAY vnu r' "' TJ Vw 5,1235 ,A "" ' 'iii-I G: 'ul I- ,V .2 x 'E f 1 6 ' . , 'lu AL No A AVP, O i?:fe,f'1,bCiok of fantagraph Cfippimys HC!lEO!E3 QUHEVEWEUT QUJQRU I svfuvw STUDENT PLACES ...., IN If U6 C com-:sr SEMESTER Homon ROLL 'iyvfv IP .1 Ubfon M33 Tggntesults of t e Apr-11 50 est held Strawn Se gave Rlta Somers cf, f V cond ace for M d 01 99 SOprano class 9 lun fauwotncsn AT STRAWN Strawn QPNSJ The fu-st sanester honor roll for Strawn Hlgh School Ziitfnniunced by Pr1nc1Pal James 5 ndab' Hlgh honors were announced as follows Glad s NG JOURNALISTS OF STRAWN D0 WELL artman semor Ehzabeth I Y 8 Z !un1or Ruth Adam and Dgnald ey must be a proud bunch ofyoung ar-man Sophano sters those Strawn students who won second place 1n a nat1onal yearbook contest for the second consecut1ve year And r1ghtly so It 1S a tr1 e to the versat1l1ty of sons and u ters of th1S agarar1an country! The Pantagraph takes sane prid th1s ach1evement of Strawn H15 School For years now the Ju: class of the school has provl Strawn CC1'f1!I1U.D1ty news under tl -A-NNOUN ' PSS, a d gin ftSsrE:1in Honors werisgljl. mom, Ow aAdam Donna Kuntg 911 Pratt Jumor Alma ft Charles Metz Darlene Rum berger sophcrnores Franksm Dorothy Ste1d1nger, freshm RAWN HIGH SCHOOL Strawn Strawn fPNSJ The Hlgh H H1811 School 1. Onors of' reSt1on ofdM1ss Mabel Maria, Ifft4t7 48 were B.n!1ounc0r schoolyear s een goo coverage on e lg e M, J o graduates of the school ai Harman fig-gnci a M153 G1 mes P031 tl Qp 9a1'I16d v Hdyg employed by The Pantagraph J second 1113 him gun z Ialdlctor for the past as 1C achlbvemen yea STRAWN YEARBOOK am: IN have been very aftlvgoth slr S NI 11 om. CONTEST Guru cular work ln extra! M185 Hartman Named Ed1+'Jr of '4 8 Ed1t1on Strawn CPNSD The yearbook of Stzavn Hlgb Qchool won second 111 tne Col mb a Scholast1c Pr assoc at1on con st for 1947 M1 Mabe1 I a lar faclltv S1 onsor of yearbcol' nn vnced t mar THE at School 11sm N SCHOOL 30'-mia STRIKE N 11155 Qt1G31 THE Sally getmng Pfa 1 as Y class 15 r 'phe class not OH YE X er1enG9 K but init a schC01 year bO?melPS reP0rt r the P19-S Nm to e econd st: 1 4' ,re r the 10 mentbgf 0 1. Om Sera has lon sc ord uys Hart X the Co'-11" mlty news r has be cted ed tor' for th 19' the pnntagfaph yeaz or-ok mth Janet iuotz as aSS1 11 ed1to ,f-'-- 'Xl J 1-QL l-M' "Le -f 4-1 f- W- hh" ' '- f f W I -A -1 --e-.al at A -. .pr I .T S bf' ' A-- Lyn - i --'jk . G . 3 ' h , -- -- I . on 1 , YCU ' , - , . ' t . I . 3 , rn -1 1 - 1 ' H h . . 1 ' f 1 1 ' , U , ' . -Q ' I I 1 e but ' ' i , ' . " da sh ' ' . . . ' ers 3 CII. . . . 'o are -A-11:5 A ef' so este-Many iii ' -- -- . X . . . ': ' d1 - ha ' - d Tw ! ' P J- Q ' . 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A' -4 if , 4. , J ,V ,, , X BASKETBALL SQUAD CHARLES SHIVE ONE WAY TO MAKE A BASKET KEITH BENWAY CROPSEY GAME BASKETBALL TWO POINTS FOR STRAWN HARRY WIDMER RR CHEERLEADERS DISTRICT TOURNAMENT HA Y PRESTON ROBERT ELLIOTT ROGER BENWAY OWEN PRATT DONALD HARTMAN The Basketball Season Vhen Coach Whlte blew hls wh1stle for the f1T8t practlce of th 1947 48 B B season 15 boys reported nhll two of the boys 1D the senlor class responded and these candld tes, Kelth Benway and Chuck Shlve were def1n1tely on the husky slde Ke1th deserved pramse for h1s ever present deslre to w1n and for the qulet but detenmlned way he played h1s pos1t1on Chuck's one outstand1ng talent was h1s ab1l1ty to sl1p 1n two polnters whlle d1reetlyxnner the basket With the departure of these two b1g boys our squad lost much f 1ts he1ght and avolrdupois There ll a brlght s1de of the plcture though 1n the fact that our regulars were made up of JUHIOPS and sophomores Of the underclassmen Hog Benway claxms flrst ment1on because of h1s accurate shootlng The 27 po1nts he scored a a1nst Melvin bear out th1S stat ment Reg was a better teammate than most spectators reallze and h1s ab1l1ty to put the ball ln Hartman's hands on the fast break 18 a feat at whlch to marvel Harry Warren Preston was a malnstay 1n the back court and he d1d same renarkable defenslve reboundlng w1thout the advantage o f he1ght The team always rel1ed on hmm to carry the ball 1nto scorlng posltlon Harry nHankn Wldmer came lnto hlgh school wmthout the advantage of havdng played much grade school basketball Hank rot off the floor better than any other member of the squad and h rapldly overcame h1s 1nexper1ence He had a steady eye on the free throw llne and rebounded well Robert Elllott at 140 lbs and 6 fest was the only beanpole the squad Bob was usually good for two or three rebound baskets 1n every game Whether it was that blonde or the wanm spot on the bench that often brought Bob out of the game via the foul route remalns h1s secret Owen NL1tt1e Boy' Pratt completes the roster of JUHIOFS He play ed guard or forward equally well handled the ball expertly an had a nlce dr1ve for the basket Don Hartman was well lnto h1s second yearci'high school basketball before he d1scovered h1s left hand. To this asset he added aclever fake and a good p1vot--results: more polnts for Strawn,andz1place on the first flve for Don. , . . . . . I , , H ' - - , , . ' ' a ' , o . . - . . . . . . . . . . F . . . . - . . . O . . O . . . . . . . . . f . . . I . . Q . . I . . r . . . . . Y . O . I 5. 6 . . . . . . ' . 'X , on 0 O O - 1 . . , - D O Bas etball Season Cont1nued cb URedn Kuntz llke Kezth, vas another workhorse whose one alm s vlctory Bob was cons1stent rebounder and a good team man fcrs vely and oflens1vely H1s speo1al dcllght was to feed the ball to teammate 1n seor1ng POS1t1OH Roll call for the sophomores ends wlth the b1ggest lad 1h class Crarles Metz Blessed wlth helght and s1ze, h1s handicap was his lack of exper1ence He has two more years of oompetxtlon and will undoubtedly develop znto a good rebounder Ranked by fxghtlng spmrxt, Frank1e Somers rates the numberorespm because he played every m1nute of the game as 1f the score were t1ed w1th th1rty seconds to go H11 f1ght made many a game ex cit1ng that OthCPW18C would h ve been too one sided to be lntah Ph111p Geembel w1th h1s he1ght gave our squad some much needed alt1tude H1s lmprovement as the season progressed was notable Bob Deany was another freshman who developed rap1dly as the year progressed Hma self conf1dence mnereased noticeably and he shows promlse of developlng 1nto a very good player Dale Kuntz and Owen McWhorter were too hand1capped by s1ze andlack of experience to m ke much of a name for themselves th1s year, but as these two factors are generally overcome by t1mC the team ex peets themtotake the1r places w1th the other sophomores 1n mother season This completes the basketb 11 roster Although th1s season was a definxte failure as far g mes won and lost urs concerned the fans feel that next year m y well make up for thls year's lo ses With every regular return1ng the by word next year may well be 'Look out for Strawn N Cheerleaders The cheerleaders thzs year were Bette Aaron Bonn1c Kuntz, d Jaret Kuntz, all of whom are senmors They chose cs the1run fonns wh1te sharkskmn dresses set ofl by red b1rds and a large red Us U To these glrls our athlct1c teams nd Coach g1VG thO1F slncerest thanks, for who knows better than they how muchenceuragementreal ly means when fmghtzng for vxctory , . , TN ' O ,V V 1 .1 , - 'l . --ff - ' . A ' us O 0- L. ' J . , . . . A . , - if V 1 1 ' O I . . . . , a . . . . -- , . . . . A U 4 . . . . L I . I . . . . . . L . . . . . . . , - . , Q - estlng. . . . . . . . . I 14 A O . . . . O . . . I . . . . . . , . - . . . . 94. I a . . 65 P v , ' uc L. u. . , a ' - ' s . . , , - I l . . P . . , - an l . - 1 A . . , . ' o b . V . 6 . . . , 1.4 1 ' - . Ke1th Benmay Roger Benvay Robert Elliott Harry Preston Owen Pratt Harry Widmer Donald Hartman Frank Somers Charles Metz Robert Kuntz Ph1l1p Goe bel Robert Deany Dale Kuntz 0wen.McWhorter Charles Shlve Hlgh School Players Record Field Goals Free Throws Grade School Players Record Total O1 7 The grade school team will lose three of the1r outstanding players ald Goembel and Robert Benway w11l undoubtedly prove assetsto the hlgh school's second team Yiidmer should be especially valuable as he can now out Jump the hlgh school players, and rebound1ng is of prlme mmportance 1n today's game Glen Dav1s and Morrls Koehl w1l1 fonn the nucleus of next year's grade team Spectators were 1mpressed this year by their remark able xmprovament as the season progressed Dav1s was partxcularly good 1n shoot1ng, reboundxng, and general ball handl1ng wh1le Koehl's greatest asset was h1s nmproved shootxng ability Others in the ball club are Bllly Sklnner Lowell Latt1g Robert Rxnkenberger and John Hornlckle The gradeslook forward to agpod season w1th these boys 1D '48 '49 Fxeld Goals Free Throws Total Morris Koehl Robert Cox Lowell Lattlg B111 Sk1nner Donald Goembel Glen Davis Robert Rlnkenberger R0bert Benway Lloyd Widmer 20 " 10 16 36 u 80 33 193 38 31 1 l9 27 65 27 36 90 ' 34 25 95 62 32 15 40 31 111 14 4 32 5 13 23 ' ' 11 6 28 4 O 8 2 1 5 0 1 X ' 52 26 90 this year through graduation, but these three--Lloyd'Wddmer, Don- O 1 1 , 5 O 6 ' 7 1 15 ' ' 9 2 20 4 4 12 6 2 14 ' 15 6 36 14 6 54 ' 10 50 Hlghllghts of the Basketb ll 0 e m e m b When everyone behaved so well on the way hone fron Roberts tmll they dlscovered there were no teachers on the ous? A slo b8PllTHDg senmon was QIVSH 1n the MOTHIHQ Our thrllllng one polnt v1ctory over Ash Cl1f9 'e were leadxng by a good margln but as the end drew near they slowly closed the gap The boys managed to hold on to the one po1nt lead though When Loda's center turned 1n a one-man ex1b1t1on by scor1ng th1nw 81X polnts aga1nst us? When we had to play the second team game wnth.Melv1n w1th only four boys? Those four boys put up a st1ff battle When Strawn almost pulled the upset of the year? We were ahead of Melv1n untll the last quarter When the referee trled to make Bob Elllott and one of Cullua'sphqh ere shake hands' The bet Bonnle had on w1th Don the nlght we played Cul1mm9How1about that BOHHIBQ When Frank Samers landed ln Bette Aaron's lap 1n one of thegames? He turned around and gave her the nlcest Sm116 you ever saw When Forrest V1S1t6d Strawn up a strenuous battle agm r second team could say atle When Strawn put up a pretty battle 'Sonny Boy put up under heavy odds the Strawn qulntetput t the Venn1ll1on Valley champs? The t that we could beat Forrest"' good flght over at Loda even wlth the B5 the way, Mr Lattlg dld you ever get the whlstle from the referee? When after the Thawv1lle gmne the bus met w1th d1ff1culty ln the mud? nEveryone Outn' Before lt cl ared the mud the bus sllpped and hooked ltself on a telephone w1re and ended up w1th a broken wlndow The treat Mr Latt1g gave everyone after the game w1th Thawv1l1e9 Was lt for loslng the game Mr Latt1g9 ' ' a season R e r ? ? ' Q To 'vw L A . .J :A . . . . . . W . " . ll ' 1 I , 0 . . . . . . - , O O . . . . , . O . . . I ' eil: , . . --4 ,QS "" , , , 9 v n U ,- - . - , - ! 5 ' Qu- ,. ' so v 5 . I. . , . I I 4 , I I Free Thxo bo s o th t xerf r' lly hot on thelr free throls tnlayxm, Charles Shmve m de 51 por cert of h1 free hrovs Roger Benm y 51 per cent, H rry Preston 50 ner cent, Don Hartran 50 ner c t Robert Elllott 38 per cent, O en 'r tt 58 per cent Kelth Bcnwny, 33 1 5 per cent, nd H rry v1dN6T c per cent For the flrst tlme ln recent ve rs r ward x s 1 cn to thegiaw r wltn the h1bh6St percert ge of free rows The x rc vas v n JuD10T th1s year, Roger Benw y w osc percent ge w s 51 Baseb The baseball team pl yed three bames last fall but wos unsuccessml 1n galnlng a vlctory Owen Pratt, Harry 1dmer, Bob Elllott Don Hartm r, Phlhp Goenbel, Robert Kuntz Fr nk Somers, nd Robert Deany Rog and Bob pltched, Harry Preston oauffht, Bob nd Ph1l1p played fmrst, Don and Frank second Ower and bob D., short, and RobertK and Harry th1rd Outficlders were Ke1th Frank Uon nd Owen Str wn partlcmpated ln the ECIC Tourney but W s debated U, Buckley 1D the f1FSt game Gmrls Phys1oal Educat1on Whenever groanlng and moaning were heard from the g1T1S Cllmblng the steps everyone knew they had had excer1ses 1U phymcalfzucatnn class Besldes 8XCOT1SCS they played baseball 1n the early f ll and sprlnb and were pretty Lood 1 th bat They lso took several hlles when the W68tHCP 1 s n1ce Durln the wlnter months a loud yell from the gym Wes S1gF l th t one of the basketb 11 te ms h d m de basket They pla ed qumte a few bames They h d a tournament too The1r teams were Called the usnails and the 'toads', the nto ds' proxed to be vlc torlous, w1nn1n all three 5 mes Other 3Ct1V1t1CS were relays d ncln , volley ball, dod e baH, and k1Ck ball The class Iso had several regular classes in wh1ch each student gate report on some top1c of health ' .'-ws vw ,. t A - , u - lne y n e cam J - -a . x ' A ' L . a L s t J , m E. 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G RADE SCHOOL lf GL-A sc EN ww 5Mu.E GRADE BASKE'BALL TEAM 4 GRADES 5 5 6 SW :ING MOONBEAMS GRA1:g 5 P amy My NME THE OBLWGING LOCK qgozss S L4n A I .A- SANTA CLAUS B CREW nm 4 GRADES 3 9 GRADE CHEERLEADERS H4955 Grade School ACt1V1t1eS Helner Qoast The f ll 18 a pretty good tlme of tre ye r and wh + cou d be b t t r way to spend n 6V6U1Pg ln mld October th r to go out zooded spot bulld flre, ard then ro st welners ov r l enbersl The grades 5 6 7 and 8 dld just tr t on t e erln f we ner roast nd spent the evenmng h Vlng a good lme by playlng gmmes and Blnglng The Rah Rah Glrls Tryouts were held ln early October for the purposeof chooslng four glrls who would ablyand ener etlcelly le d the gr de school cheer 1ng l6Ct1OH for the coming basket ball season These four g1T1S were chosen Wanda Attebury, f1fth grade Llla Steldlnger, s1xth grade Elleen Pope, seventh grade and Geneva Gammon grth grade Pen Pals round a started Have you heard from your pen pal? That questlon was golng lot 1n the f1fth and sixth gr des this year slnce they corresponding regularly w1th other school ch1ldrcn ofthemr mn the Un1ted States Almost every pupll 1U the room had pal or more and almost every st te was represented in the that came back ln answer own age one pen letters H llowe'en Party hosts and Gobl1ns relgned over the f1rSt four lower grades a1Oct ober th1Ttl6thWh8H allthe costu es and v1ed for the for those who were Judged ed as they p raded around the upper grades They were gudged thenBest Arthur Metz, flrst gradeg boys and glrls dressed 1n thelr welrdest PTIZCS th t were glven by the teachers, the best Many mothers nd fr1endswatch the gym and v1s1ted the hlgh school and ressed Wltches mxiGobl1ns of the Year . Eugene Bachtold, second gradegJohn Kumm, thlrd gradeg and Joan Bayston, fourth grade. Trlp to Chzoago Chicago, Ch1C3gO, a wonderful town---You don't belxeve it? Then ask the four upper grades and four Freshmen who v1s1tod the Windy City on November the elqkh. They pa1d v1s1ts to these scen1c and educatxonal spots of xnterest: the Adler Planetarlum, the Field Museum of Natural Hlstory, and the Shedd Aqlarlum. , . a ' ' H a at , l d U.- e L. ', ' ' - 3 " t' eerie 7 , ' a ' n V a V-' e b-1zing wfod i, . , , , ' " Ha he eve. -g o October fifteenth. In Oliver timber south of Chatsworth they had a i a ' a ' ' L' - ' . . . ' is ' ' 2 G - - . . - . J . z . S . . . . F I 3 193 1- ' I . . Q . . 5 O . . . Q . . a f . v . . a . . . 1 . , 7 a . - I . D v . H. Pxctograoos 'Il'1eStarsand Strlpes Foreverw sthc, th 'ne whlle the fdfthard 1 th gr des were worklng on thelr P1 to r ph poster r H t ue Theplctorraphs lllustr ted 1U o o ne r n tr r + represented states, one star for llb me o D star represented one st te It was a good wry to l lstr tethe growth of the n tlon nd to add a colorful border to the room Chrlstmas Party The grade school wfs IDQIIUPPO r the twenty thlrd of December for that was the day they had thelr ChF1StmLS party and whatzapartylt was, for all eight gr des went lnto the gym and played games and exchanged g1fts Santa was there w1thzab1g treat for ll, a large sack of candy and nuts, provlded bythe school board. The Chrlstmal playg theblg event of the year for the grade school was gxven on the evenxng of December 22 A complete program of the play wlll follow thxs sectlon Good Ne1ghbors Our good neighbors from all over the world paraded around thebor der of the flrst and second grade roam 1D January when they were studylng the countr1es They drew and colored p1ctures of the natxves of the countrles th t they studled to help than to better understand the costu es and custo s of the dlfferent people Alaska and Poxnts North Whlle the flrst and second grades were studying the countrles of the world the th1rd and fourth grades centered thexr attentlon on Alaska and the northern COUPtFl8S They read a great deal the 1nterest1ng peoples and cllmates of the countrxes ofperpetual snows Read1ng Tests On Wednesday, January 7, the seventh and eighth grades took the Iowa Sllent Read1ng Test. Thls test was taken by each student to detennmne h1s readxng ablllty. Noon Hour Program The smaller grade school boys had a deflnite noon hourprognm whmh lncluded actxve part1c1pat1on 1n basketball. As a result great 1mprovemont was shown by these youngsters. L. V ' a o.a .2 ' ' . s'x . a ' " 'c g ar. s of od, 'hi eiani ll -. ' O ' a ' '- 2 1 rv' grofH.of -is ,a,ion as the states entered the Union at different dates. Colored stars -'L - ' n"e states and cl p int C. the - a . f a i 11 t as a ' L I ' x - u . F Q - . . a . 1 . O . . g a . - . . I I V O I . . o . . . Q . . U , . . . . ' . on Q Grade School Chnstmas Program The Obl151n5 Clock, an operetta by Eleanor Faznznond and Fa1th Ynlson 51V '1 by the lower grades under the d1rect1on of Mrs Short, MISS Dullberg, and Mrs Slnger Jack Darvrln Bayston Jlll Roberta Yemnetz Obl1g1ng Clock Ronald Ste1d1nger Santo. Claus The New Year The Blue B1rd The Daffodzml Easter Rabb1t Uncle Sam Columbla Shadows Duane Schnelder James Aelllg Jud1th Thompson Carol Elhott Dav1d Metz Dean Ell1ott Joanne Bayston Elmer Lanz John Gflger Arthur Metz Karl Lattlg George Bradley Russell Schnelder Kenneth Schne1der Jackle Rlnkenberger Kenneth Mc Whorter Vacatlon Boy W1ll1am Metz Vacatlon Glrl Wanda Klefer School Bell Charles McWhorter School Boy W1ll1am Decker School G1rl Jud1th Gannon Halloxe'en 'N1tch John Rath Hallowe'en Phost Vin Goanbel P1lgr1m Boy Gene Bachtold P1lgr1m G1rl Cella Kuntz Autumn Leaves Mary Kuntz Joy Latt1g Ruth R1 ofer Mary Rlngler Wllma Bradley Carol Goanbel Beverly Sh1ve Donna Mueller Dorls R1ngler Magdal ene Goembel Santa's Vacatlon an operetta glven by the upper grades under the d1reot1on of Mrs Short, Mlss Kurtenbach, and Mlss Franey Santa Robert Benway Mrs Santa L1la Ste1d1nger Mother Goose Geneva Garmon Sandman Glen Dav1s Moonbeans Bomta Stein Marlene Shlve Elleen Pope Joan Marlln Dorothy Lanz Dolls Annabelle Wldmer Arlene Deaxny Mary Walters Wanda Atteberry Elves Trees Robert Rlnkenberger Janes Gelger Ronald Davls George Kuntz Lowell Latug Donald Metz Rlchard Deany Ronald Mueller Thomas Aa ron Benganun Metz Fa1 rlos Ruth Metz Betty Hartman Shelby Gannon Mlldred Deany Ahce Mae Lanz Wllllam Slunner Carpenters Kenneth Kuntz M9.l1!'1CB Koehl Lloyd Wldmer Donald Goexnbel John Horn1ok le Rainbow: Doris Widmer, Kent Latti g, Billy McWhorter, and John Kuntz Candles and Cake February 13 was certalnly not ar unluc'y day for the students n the flfth and slxth grade room was the day before Vale t1ne's Day a d lso the blrtrdays of Llla Stel lnger and A11 e ay Lanz, so the f1fth a d s th rader oeclced to celebrate trree lnportart OCCaS10HS t txe sa e t Valentlnes w1tn lollloops and lace v re exchan BU whlle L11 passed out fenero s shoes oi her blrthday t ke and MISS F ey Sup6lVlS6d the servlug of the other refresh ments Farewell uear Classmate The flfth and S1 th races lost another classmate when Maxda Atter ter y roved to Cnatsuortn on February 21 The whole roo hosted Wa da at a party on Frlday February 20 Future Pres1dents? The week 1n Feoruarv fomrd the seventh grade wor IDF hard at naklrg charts of the fe eral vovernment and the branches of the the dttles qtal1f1catlons, an pos t1OIS of government OfflC18lS and by the tlme the seventh grace had comtletec the1r proge t, they were really experts on the subject N Webster, Take Notlce Whlle the seventh rade were bTUS1lHg up or government the El hth graders were concentratlng all of thelr efforts on the book that mace Noah Webster so famous 1F the llterary world the GlCC1ORaFy MISS Kurtenbach ves d1rect1ng thelr project and glvlng then plenty to do so that they vo ld learn how to se tue d1ct1onary and refer ence books The students gave wr11ten and oral reports on lnforma txon that they were to look u nd comp1le Dy themselves Mlss Yurtenbech sald that she was raopy to report that there were no serlous cases of booxwonns 1n her room as a result of all the re search work Jun1or Renbra dts The great Rembrandt would certa1nlv s1t 1p and tale notlce lf he co1ld see all of the actlvuty that was QOIHQ on 1n the seventh and S1 hth Prade room drung art class for th9f1ISt part of the semeshr Both classes were trylng out the new water colors that they got for Chr1stwas and se eral were o1scover1nvthat they vere pretty good at dOlHg tn t tyoe of art vork The appearance of the classroon 1m proved too after the Junxor artlsts had posted thelr best efforts on the wall ' ' 1. 1. - ' ' ' ' ' . 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A I Phi latch sts J L1m1ted matenals d1d not hamper the effortsof the tlurdand fourth graders when they undertook the collectlng of stamps 1n March All of the students entered wholeheartedly lnto the new prcgect ani began what pranlsed to be a llfe long hobby Bullders of Motors FIVB flfth and sucth grades boys were among those who bu1lt a small electrlc motor 1n the early part of March 1th the help and advzce of Mr Latt1g the boys worked for several days on a small motor that really worked when they got lt assembled lt s tarted some of the boys th1nk1ng about what makes machlnes md: and who knows? maybe out of the ranks of the present flfth and slxth grades W1 ll ccme another Edlson Party N1 ght Mlss Kurtenbach took over the role of hostess to her seventh and eighth grades cn the night of Wednesday March 10 at a llvely party 1n the gym Between the hours of seven and eleven the two grades played volley ball sp1n the platter and basket ball Afte r playlng all those games the seventh and elghth grades were served a hearty lunch and all agreed that "a good tune was had by all " Spr1ng Fever In the sprlng a young th1rd and fourth grader's fancy llghtly turns fourth grades started nature study ln early March Thelr stud1es lncluded the bu-ds and flowers common 1n thls part of the country Sprlng also clauned some v1ot1ms 1n the upper grades The seventh and 81 hth grades began a conservat1on progect 1nwh1ch they studled ways to conserve natural resources w1th partzlcular emphasis put on the study of soxl conservatlon Safety F1 rst A.pr1l found the upper grades do1ng some ser1ous study on thexr safety and fxrst a1d projects The flfth and Slxth graders bulltamodel c1ty on the top of a large table and from that they studied safety problems and means of correctlng them The students 1n the seventh and elghth grade room took a course 1nf1rst a1d and haue nurslng Plty those courageous students who allowed themselves to be used as VlCt1"YS for those who wanted to demo stratethelr bandage wrap ping technlques ' And that dear frlends, 1S how the grade school spent the school year 1947 l948' ' , ro ' ll ' IO . - to thoughts of birds and flowers, so the members of the third and L14 s- I7 IL 1 '55 Ig!! 1, 2 1 , ' A4 ,..- 1 f K 1 'Eg wx A 'fx 1 2 I f ff A 4 .L 4v- Q n 01 L r ,Q 'il' if I' xv a. 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Y J Most Popular Elizabeth Metz Charles Shives , - Q 63 F' ,- ' , xg ,X 1 f 4 fx yvf L, fi V N L A L.- STT' 1x90 PEPP! J HE KARL KE K NJ -4- 4 ya' 1 1. r C4 -,L...-.LJ +., Fairbury Z1'1no1s L -. y . J , f xxx- ff! Ndrsl 'ES 'Lx ' k,l K' M fr ,jf w xxx !, :lvl r ' ,mf X ' V 5 f , A VD I 'C' XX v rx rx 1 V , ,P 2 F F x X A If A X ' J UW 'V H " UW KJ li U X Q, XJ .L f- , - ..1. Zvi: 'X ,- 1.' . ' CK V, ' C' , ' I iw: K - , 1 4' . ' . . f' ff J ,i 7 'jf y g ' , . ff , lf' , 'xii If If . f 4 V X ,, . , I f . ' .4 1 V' rl 1 . X, , ' A V' f, ' Fife W I gf'-if -.-- X' if W - ,ffifffg if f fhQQf?QM R V I ' ,ff A 'I fl' . V , , N mg, ,ATM 5 , , I ,V 2 V Y x LJ j4m .. . ' ' f -2 ' Y , if ' ,iqvf H :jfW1TiJ L- U 1 - I Do Vou Rerember9 v h ll and wns conlro e cn nt1c scene betvee two QGDIOFS9 Emo rr S 1F or flrst dey of school? luth do s Nothlnb l1K6 a good slap ss the f ce 15 there? Pou + the Senlors had ln the flfth gr de nd when J net was WPGO to flfteen mlnutes the dark closet for lOC11Dg 4 le Osborne Ulndredsj ln 1t'P run wasn't lt Janet? Y r Bonnxe, Fran, nd Bette took u coke from the maCh1D8 at a b sletball game and Emma told Fette th t Now wh t was 1t9 It seems to me th t lt w s SOm6th1Hg about frylng ln my memory fa1ls When Bette culled home every noon to see lf She got any mall f am G I oe Wren Dorothy had a V1S1tOT from Cropsey every noon? Only an acc ldent could stop the blue Ford Came to thlnk of 1t, that's what d1d stop lt The trouble over the lrls wearlng other school letters' Qulte feud But not m ny of the glrls wear th m nymore The 10 polrt bargaln Bonnxe made w1th Don? Have you collected yet Don? Were all those baslets worth lt? Then Bonn1e nd J net h d to stand ln the corner 1n the second grade for pulllnv the h1gh school g1T1S dresses up? Glrls how could you" When the cars were moved all over t the Halloween party? I won der how many really know who dxd 1t9 We do The secret vxsltors the QBHIOTS had at ploy practlce and annual staff? Nothlng llke a l1tt1e extra company 1S there? The extru long days oerta1n Juniors and Senlors had w1th Coach? ie knows how much we l1ke hlm so he gave us a llttle more time to npproclate h1s company. Glad nedrly had a free beth at the weiner roast honorlng theFreah- er. Dld they get your l1ttle toe wet, Glad? Thet plcture that somebody took of somebody and had everybody so worr1ed7 Say, I'd llke to know Just whdt d1d happen to lt. . L , . U,n -.n , ..A Q H+ LU , , L . 1... C .Men mmss harlar W3lned ln ouhny - Q no c n,r W , ' ' . ' ' ' ' 'ure I4 4+ 'L 3 - I' ...- 1 If ' Q . . EL .- S -3 vI..o1'l o -. l-.,sZTlE 'T v ' f T ' f 'l ' fo. . 2 e . , .f . .ore a , . . lne e ro . . a a a F L, . . l . . . smog.-. lfl f 7 Q - ' ' 11 ' Jirrklul - rx , , . 3.el a 3 'Q f gg -..--- 3, ' I , za at -C mo.j - , . . r . . J . l , U O . 4. . . I3 A q 8 1 CH il e ' 0 u r . . . . . 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His' Fi 1 H r 4-1 1 , f zu a 3 1 - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - T.lkln' ls a naman Da'e u.' - - - - - - - - - - - - - There's Io Pllo Like El. P-L' L A - - .- .. .. .. .. - .. .. - .. - ... - - .. .. .. I Sn wl are ' Qt wr - - .. - - .. - .. - - - .. - - .M H , ,. I'L"n. D Q Q Q Q Q - Q .. Q Q Q - Q - - Q Q - -. Q Q - , . . vp . Av JMU L V .. - .. - .. .. - - - .. - - .. - .. - H La ' 3 .. - .. .. .- - .. .. - - - - - - - - .. - ... - ... .. L ' . "1 ,-, A Q ............. - - - - ..... B f A - - .. .. - - ... -. .. .. .. - I lm S -f ' . 1 In Q Q Q Q vu 1 it Q Q Q Q mul Q Q Q L - no Q Q Q Q In Q Q Q Q Q fn Q Q U- 1 Q Z Q 1 ull CI K G Q - - - - - .. .. - - - - - A ' A . 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'Ya- LADILJS AND CHILDR.EN'S YEA AND G I F T Hxse ores of iseom Mrs Xoehler's dog 18 named Mac, barks for the meat 1D the sack e's a very fxne pet The best that I've met lone of the comforts of 11 e does he lack here was a youn g rl, Be e Ann sho had a heaut1ful pan 1th pretty blonde h 1r She was fa1rer h n fa1r I'1l pr 1se her some more 1? I can I kror a younv guy named Bob Pe's never held down a good Job You see h1m 1n h1s 'odel A SOmCt1m6S I thlnk he'll S811 away, If he does I'm sure the g1rls 1111 sob Who began her future to Plan The dance she dxd try And then soon by and by She was danc1ng 1th feather and fan There vas a young fcller named Owen 4 o d1dn't c re where he mz gO1h' hen told he looked dumb le sa1d nOh yes s1ree, lur there lots more that a1n't snownn' ' Oh Emma's the n me that they call n young Adam who's pretty and tall She 1as a young SU81H A handsome guy name of aayne Oh I'm sure they w1ll wed ln the fall I once Lnew a fellow named Chuck Iho had looks and lots of ood luck, He travels many m1les at n1ght, To hold a certa1n g1rl real tlght Oh hat a luck1e duck M138 Marlar's a pal to us all She smiles when xe meet 1n the hall, To teach 15 her a1m Sne treats all thc same, And helps when we g1ve her the call "' " 1 1' 2 u I4 In ' ' U He , Q . ll' , I v - p 'J 4 1 ' ,, .1 8-L 'J .L bk., ' 1 - '- . . - , . -H , , -r 8. , . L , . x. ol , Oh, a' 1 . . ' . 1 1' J , ' ' A . . . , A I . , . ' . . Y. ' There was this al Joanne I U J I 1 I . Tp" A 0 1, V - I - . . lh a ' Y , ll , I ' ' T 9 J. -J. u I But ' ' ' ' I . A I 3 L" D . D , ! - ' l .0 V ' I Q. 1 . V I , I , 1 . g . . . D 1-P . u. 5 1 v y ' ' .I , I G Seitman, M DR H J Flhhegan Optoretrlst F?1P'UPV, Illlnols Falraury, Illinols D C G o'Ll 4 n DR LLOYD V SiADOLn D6DtlStJ Phowe Forrest There was Q young Dorothy orme Ulo wore bl sees so sne cou All the boys round h r door Thoj're there by the score d see Oh' ho lucky can a gal be rcella fell There wes g rl nhned Janet From the South came a cert vow t1ey're lfay together ard brlght weather lt's Robert Bud and J net larcoll la? lllinols I Prev a prlncxpal named Lattlg Who knowb qov to r1d raolo stat1c talks r d1O ano photoyr Dhy dot nlstcry and geography Thls prwrcly 1 of ours lmned Lattlg There wfs a fellof named Yoger no learled to be sllly codger US11 the bench for a whlle He lost tH1S slllf style o lorger he's u h rd morl dodger ffl Ra TH? AFT UIBSON CILI ILT T L LP Q A Dellghtful Place To Spend A Pleasant venlng Theatre Partle Make Grand Class QDtCFt8lHmGHtS Speclal Adm Ra+es' - G. . . D. 1 , - - ' 1 Z 1151 . , . . if A . . J A k ' . .. . - J , . 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H18 mother named hlm Harry He has the ambxtmon to somet1ne marry, They' clam that he does smooch, But he's as 1nnoeent as a pooch, s gentle as even a famry There was a young bzrl n med Yvonne L1vely as a uran1um electron Of V1tam1BS she's a load, S1tt1n Stlll she'd explode That s wh t makes Yvonne carry on There was a young glrl named Gladys Jean ho the boys all thou ht very keen hy d1d they, me ask, It 'as a spell that she cast By thzs most p1cas1ng gxrl that I've seen There was thls youn Kexth Ben way Aho sa1d he l11ed to pltch hay hy llke Frankle or Bxng, He should p1toh hms hay on Broad way There is a gal named Bonnie Jean ho xs always Slhglhf vhere's she's seen Ivan is her dearest one, Both are always on the run ns a couple the1r mlghty keen There's a guy 1n school called Rex ho llkes to tease the opposxte sex e know he can strut, But he's not 1D a rut, e wonder what he'll think of next There was a young 'L1zabeth br1fht, lho would study way late 1n the nmoht In a test or a qu1x, That gal was a vhxz, Could I copy her answers I m1 ht In class tlme I :xt next to Henk On quo t1OBl he's never qulto franh, NI don't know' he says so oft, Maybe his braln 13 too soft If I flunk I'l1 h ve him to thanL . . 9 Q . n ' n 0 " ' .. 8 . , 0 . . rr . .1 Q 0 I 3 0 . 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