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

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I I LEFT TO RIGHT Roger Lmdenbaum Fred Aelllg A P Loomus Efhtli BVIUYNIU Al Somers Roscoe Read Vaugh Horme 'BOARD OP EDUCATION Forrest Strawn Wmg Lommunltv Umt Number II ln our hrst vear of consoltdatton a strong hand for gutdance was Indeed a necesstty We had that hand to gutde us tn the seven men who constttute the Forrest Strawn W mg Board of Educatton These men gave thetr ttme wtlltngly wtthout thought of reward other than the knowledge that ther were maktng educatton more ber of students The thought foremost tn thetr mmd was our need as they selected teachers they though best sunted to our school and supplted our maternal needs tn a conservattve yet abundant way They have worked wtth the supertntendent and prtnctpals gtxtng each school equal attentton It ts to these men A P Loomts Prestdent Al Somers Secre tary Vaughn Hornne Fred Aelltg Roger Ltndenbaum Ernest Brauman and Roscoe Read that we the 1950 Tup k Staff dedtcate this our first vearbook .4 , , . , . n ' . easily available, with the greater number of benefits, to a large num- . ' ' ' s , deaf. -in D 1 ,Q -if , - 1 ' Suvqhf-ws . A 2 Nui' L nimgfu , , Q. s 2' B M-ABEL L A AL IL E GF. oe p CYRKNOX col-'iimc,9aA UN ,NADL:XVNliNgxERsIT A rresg, Gradiucauon A IVERSITY OF 'LTE 0 wal E Sslstant H1 h L'NO'S Yhys E School prmclpal A H TOMLINSON -sl ...aa UNIVERSITY OF ILLINOIS Superxntendent I-Ilgh School Prmcmpal GUSON SIT V VE ER FI ILLINOIS SUE? SELLBERG Ll:-:EFNORM AL Iiugve RM oxs QT de YTXH5 8 A trawn Grad L UNIVERSITY H-LIN Wxng Gra th 7th 8:hPrl"c1Pal th eleven GUY W. GARDNER, B.S. MURRAY STATE KKENTUCKYI Football, Basketball, P,E. twelve KAY DICKEY, B.S. WILLIAM WOODS COLLEGE UNIVERSITY OF MISSOURI Music, English RUTH HAAB, B.S. UNIVERSITY OF ILLINOIS Homemaking HARRY E. HAGERMAN, B.S. ILLINOIS STATE NORMAL UNIVERSITY Social Science, Track, Baseball, P.E. KENNETH E. FAHSBENDER BM ILLINOIS WESLEYAN UNIVERSITY Music Qi' HATTIE K. HEINI-IORST u.uNols STATE NORMAL umvenslrv Commerce ROBERT S. McGEE, B.S. UNIVERSITY OF ILLINOIS Agriculture LUCILLE MURPHY, AB, WEBSTER COLLEGE LAVAL UNIVERSITY fQUEBECj French, English. Dramatics THELMA MAIER E. MORSE McWHERTER, B. S. ILLINOIS STATE NORMAL uNlvERs Mathematics, Science. Office Secretary xl III ik - i HAZEL BARCLAY I 1 ILLINOIS STATE NORMAL UNIVERSITY Departmental 7th, Sth grades Forrest IRENE DENARSKE ILLINOIS STATE NORMAL UNIVERSITY DBPBTIIIICIIIIII 7th, 8th grades Forrest AUDREY FIELDS SOUTHERN ILLINOIS UNIVERSIT 3rd, 4th, 5th grades, Wing EDITH DICKEY, B. Ed. ILLINOIS STATE NORMAL UNIVERSITY 6th grade, Forrest HELENA FRANEY ILLINOIS STATE NORMAL UNIVERSITY IOIITIPPIIV 5th, 6th grades, Strawn WANDA JACOBS ILLINOIS STATE NORMAL UNIVERSITY 'Q I 2nd grade, Forrest ,A,....f -M-a. w Q7 rr C ,. 7th, 8th grades, Strawn RITA KURTENBACH ' 4th grade, Forrest CATHERINE KURTENBACH ILLINOIS STATE NORMAL UNIVERSITY ILLINOIS STATE NORMAL UNIVERSITY ODETTE SINGER OIS STATE NORMAL UNIVE lst, 2nd grades, Strawn 1:0 T7 MARGUERITE OSLAND UNIVERSITY OF ILLINO UNIVERSITY OF WISCONSI DEKALB NORMAL lst grade, Forrest nec BXCI ERMA VEATCH ILLINOIS STATE NORMAL UNIVERSITY 5th grade, Forrest FERN WEST ILLINOIS STATE NORMAL UNIVERSITY 3rd g'ra.de. Forrest JEAN SANCKEN, B.S. ILLINOIS STATE NORMAL UNIVER lst, 2nd grades Wing Grade School 473 Slxleell, 1 N 1 111,1 1 s1111s 111111 1 4 ll 1 1 1 11 1 111.1 1 III 1 L N 1 11 'xt N 1rl11N 1 N 1 x 11111 111111111 N111111 111111 N x s 1 11 X x IIS up N 1 N 1 11111111 ITN 110 p11 1 10111 N111 I X0 x X 1 N 1 1 uw 11111. 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H. A. 4 Junior Play 3 MELVIN BEAL Transfer from Corwith, Ia "F" Club 4 Track 3, 4 Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4 Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4 Football 4 F. F. A, 4 Junior Play 3 eighteen 4 3 PATRICIA RUTH ADAM Band l, 2, 3 Chorus l, 2, 3 Annual Staff 2, 3, 4 Asst. Editor of Annual 3 Co-Editor of Annual 4 Quill and Scroll 3, 4 Press Club 2, 3, 4 Press Club President 3 Class Officer 3 Student Council 3 Libra-rv 4 F. H A. 4 Junior Play 3 PATRICIA BEHRNS Chorus l, 2 Tonic Staff 4 Press Club 4 F. H. A. 1, 2, 3, 4 J EANNETTE BARGM F. H. A. 1, 2, 3, 4 MARJORIE DEANY Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4 Annual Staff 3 Press Club 3 Class Ofiicer 'Z F. H. A. 4 Junior Play 3 JANET ELBERT DALE F JOANNE FIELDS JANET ELBERT Concert Band 2, 3 Tonic Staff 2, 3 Class Officer 1 Library 4 F, H. A. 1, 2, 3, 4 Speech 2 Junior Play 3 Asst, Editor of Tonic 3 JOANNE FIELDS Annual Staff 2, 3, 4 Literary Editor of Annual 4 Tonic Staff 3, 4 Editorial Staff of :Tonic 4 Press Club 4 National Honor Society 2, 3, lst Sch, Award 1 2nd Sch. Award 2 3rd Sch. Award 3 Student Council 2 Library 3 F. H. A, 1, 2, 3, 4 F. H. A, Officer 2 Speech 2, 3, 4 Junior Play 3 4 VIRGINIA GARMON DALE FARNEY Chorus 2, 3, 4 "F" Club 3, 4 Basketball 2 Football 1, 2- 3, 4 Annual Staff 3 Homecoming Attendant 4 F, F. A, Officer 4 Junior Play 3 VIRGINIA GARMON Chorus 1, 2, 3 Homecoming Attendant 4 F. H, A. 4 Junior Play 3 nineteen THOMAS KEELEY "F" Club 3, 4 Track 2, 3, 4 Baseball 2, 3, 4 Basketball 2, Football 2, 3, Press Club 4 Library 2 F. F. A. 4 Junior Play 3 3,4 4 DONALD HARTMAN Chorus 1, 4 Baseball 1, 2, 3. 4 Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4 Annual Staff 1, 2, 3 Tonic Stal! 4 Tonic Editorial Staff 4 Press Club 4 Class Otlicer 1, 3, 4 Homecoming King 4 Student Council 4 F. F. A. Omce: 4 Junior Play 3 Senior Play Z "F" Club 3, 4 ALMA IFFT Chorus 1, 2 Class Officer 2, 3 Student Council 3 Student Council Ofllce F. H. A. 4 Junior Play 3 I' I VXKILLLIAM BETTY HARRIS Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4 All State Chorus 3 Trio 4 Asst. Editor of Annual 3 Class Oflicer 3 F'.H. A. 1,2, 3, 4 F. H. A. Ofllcer 3, 4 SUSAN HUME Chorus- 1, 2, 3 Annual Statf 3 Press Club 2, 3 Library 3, 4 F. H. A, 4 Junior Play 3 1- WILLIAM HOFFMAN "F" Club 3, 4 "F" Club Otflcer 4 Track 3, 4 Baseball 1, 3, 4 Basketball 1, 3, 4 Football 1, 3, 4 Football Mgr, 4 Baseball Mgr. 2, 3, 4 F. F. A. 4 Senior Play 4 Basketball, Mgr. 2, 3, 4 ii MARGUERITE KILGU8 Concert Orchestra 2, 3, 4 Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4 Library 3 F. H. A. l, 2, 3, 4 MARGUERITE KILGUS ROBERT KUNTZ Basketball 1, 2, 3 Football 4 Tonic Staff 4 Press Club 4 Student Council 3 J un4or Play 3 Senior Play 3 DE LORIS MAURER Chorus 1, 2, 3 Drum Majorette l, 2 Tonic Staff 1 National Honor Society lst Sch, Award 2 Class Officer 1 Homecoming Queen 4 F. H. A. I. 2, 3, 4 F. H. A. Officer 3 Junior Play 3 Cheerleader 3 H I. ox BETTY KOEHL Concert Band 3, 4 Concert Orchestra. 4 Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4 Drum Majorette 1, 2 Drum Major 3, 4 Band President 4 Asst. Editor of Annual 3 Tonic Staff 1, 2 Homecoming Attendant 4 Student Council 1, 2, 3, 4 Student Council Officer 2, 3,4 F. H. A. 1, 2,8. 4 F, H, A. Ofticer 2, 4 Junior Play 3 Dramatics Club 4 LORAINE LOOMIS Concert Band l, 2. 3, 4 Concert Orchestra 1, Z, 3, 4 Chorus l, 2, 3, 4 Al State Chorus 4 Cornet Solo 3, 4 Pianist 3, 4 Band Officer 4 Co-Editor of Annual 4 Asst. Editor of Tonic 3 National Honor Society 2,3, 4 lst Sch. Award 1 2nd Sch, Award 2 3rd Sch. Award 3 Library 2 F. H. A l,2, 3,4 Speech 2 Junior Play 3 ROBERT KUNTZ , - .,.,. ,,,,,,. os LDORIS MMJR55, vi ,AK CHARLES METZ Band 1, 2, 3 Chorus 1 Basketball 1, 2, 3 Football 4 'Tonic Staff 4 Press Club 4 F. F. A. 4 Iunior Plafy 3 4' AGNES SOM ERS JANICE NUSSBAUM Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4 All State Chorus 4 Annual Staff 3 National Honor Society 3 lst Sch. Award 1 2nd Sch, Award 2 3rd Sch. Award 3 Class Officer 4 Homecoming Attendant 4 Student Council 3 F. H. A. 1, 2, 3, 4 F. H. A. Officer 3, 4 Speech 2 AGNES SOMERS Trafnsfer from St. Mary Academy. Nauvoo 4 Chorus 1, 2, F. H. A. 4 Junior Play 3 twenlv-twn 3 f DARLENE RINKENBERCQER Chorus l. 2, 3 Annual Stzifi' 3 Press Club 3 Class Ofiifci' 2 F, H. A. 4 Junior Play 2. 3 LEILA TAMMEN Drum Majorette 1 Annual Staff 3 F. H. A. l, 2, 3, 4 SCHROEDER IMOGENE SCHROEDER Transfer from Kempton 4 Concert Band l, 2, 3, 4 Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4 Trio 4 Solo 3 Pianist 3 F. H. A. 2. 3, 4 Junior Play 3 Cheerleader 4 C.. A. A. i, 2, 3 x A 4 PERRY VIRKLER Concert Band 1, 2, 3, 4 Concert Orchestra 1, 2, 3, 4 "F" Club 3, 4 Track 2, 3, 4 Baseball 2, 3, 4 Basketball 2, 3, 4 Football 4 Football Mgr. 2 Class Ofllcer 2 Homecoming Attendant 4 F. F. A, Officer 4 Junior Play 3 PERRY VIRKL '-.- ,w f ia. ER Gun- wnussl. WOMACK GLEN- WAI BEL "F" Club 3, 4 Track 2 Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4 Football 1, 3, 4 Football Captain 4 Basketball Free Throw Trophy 2' Class Officer 3 Homecoming Attendant 4 F, F. A. 4 LAURA SUE WOMACK Concert Band 1, 2, 3, 4 Concert Orchestra 1, 2, 3, 4 Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4 Trio 4 Band Omcer 4 Annual Staff 3 Class Omcer 2, 3, 4 Student Council Oiflcer 4 Library 3 F. H. A. 1. 2, 3, 4 F. H. A, Officer 4 Soeech l. 2, 3, 4 Junior Play 3 Dramatics Club Board 4 .- 1. A cannon. DONALD ZORN JUNE CAROL WALLACE Concert Band 1, 2 Concert Orchestra 1, 2 Chorus 1, 2, 4 All State Chorus 4 Trio 4 Annual Staff 1, 2, 3 Library 3 F, H. A. 1, 2, 3, 4 DONALD ZORN Concert Band 1, 2, 3, 4 Concert Orchestra 1, 2, 3 Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4 Band Officer 3 "F" Club 3, 4 Track 1, 2, 3, 4 Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4 Football l, 2. 3, 4 Basketball Captain 4 Annual Staff 2 Tonic Staff 2, 3, 4 Press Club 4 Class Officer 2 HOU19COTG inz Attendant 4 Rtudent Council 1 Junior Play 3 twenty-three twenty four Harry Warren Preston. Besides the 32 Semor Class mem bers who attended F S W Hugh School thus year two other persons also recexved dnplomas at graduation on Frnday May 26 They are Haston G Garruson of :Rock lsland and Hospital Apprentlce Harry Warren Preston Harry attended Strawn Hugh School unt1l 1949 when he fy He was graduated from the Hospntal Corps School at Great Lakes lllmols on November 4 1949 and from this course recewed enough credits when combmed wxth credxts recenved at Strawn to entltle ham to a dnploma Mr Garnson left Forrest Hxgh School to jom the U S Navy during the lirst World War 1916 He recenved hns dnploma through takmg Government Educatnonal Development Test Walden . M. an After becom1ng acquamted wnth the strangers m thexr class caused by the consohdatnon the Class of 50 became busy wnth all the actwltnes customaruly assocnated wnth the Semor Year Emerald and Snlver were selected by the class as thexr colors and the whnte rose as thenr flower The motto lf l can t do great thmgs l can do small thmgs m a great way was chosen The Semors were ass1sted nn all thenr actxvltnes by the spon sors Mrs Ruth Haab and Mxss Mabel Marlar Mrs Habb had spons ored the Forrest pupnls of the class smce they were Freshmen Miss Marlar has customanly sponsored the Sr class at Strawn each year Four square dances servmg banquets and p1ckmg up corn were among the actwmes carned out by the Semors to make money for thenr graduatnon trap to Washmgton D C Other pomts whnch the Class of 50 vuslted whxle on the East Coast were Annapohs Gettysburg Mount Vernon and P1ttsburg The Class began thexr joumey on Good Frxday and arrwed home late the followmg Thurs day mght Four of the members formerly attendmg Forrest H S were together for all 12 years They are Laura Sue Womack Glen Walbel Donald Zorn and Perry Vxrkler Alma Ifft Susan Hume Ruth Adam Donald Hartman Charles Metz and Robert Kuntz from Strawn attended thenr twelve years of school together Betty Koehl and Dale Farney attended the same country school and have also spent 12 years together . . - . -- . . 7 .. . . 7 . . . . . 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Ebach was chosen president of the Kankakee District at the annual meeting held last fall in Yorkville. Betty Koehl, j. C. Ebach and Patricia Shelby were chosen by the Coun- cil to attend the state convention in Peoria in April. Members of the group as seated above are Miss Marlar, adviser, Betty Koehl, Laura Sue Womack, and j. C. Ebach. Standing are Mr. Tomlinson, adviser, Patricia Shelby, Donald Hartman, john Honegger, juanita Foll- mer, and Dale Kuntz. The circle at right shows the group which attended the Yorkville meeting. They are john Honegger, Betty Koehl, I. C. Ebach, Laura Sue Womack, and Juanita lfollmer. thirty LIBRARIANS "You can't tell a hook lay its cover" was learned by the-se five librarians as they worked in eomlnining the- libraries of Forrest and Strawn into one. Repairing. 1-ataloging, and r-lim-king books in anil out we-rv thq- 1lllflt'S flu--V IN'l'l'Ul'lIl4'1i, Miss Blarlar is in vliargga- ol' the- lilirsar-v with Susan llnnn- at-Ting :ls ln-:nl studs-nt asa sistant. l'i1-turvrl ai'1-:.Ioanln- lfrir-k. litln-I NVailwl, Susan Ilnnw. Jani-t lllllu-rf anil Ruth Adam. NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY To merit membership in this group students must be Seniors, juniors, or second semester Sophomores along with possessing the required characteristics of character, scholarship, leadership, and service. The school standard for admission is the maintenance of a 4.25 average for a period of one semester. Upon failure to retain this aver- age, the pin of membership must be returned to Nlr. Tom- linson, the adviser, and membership relinquished. FRONT: L. Maurer. N. Parsons, C. Nussbaum, D. Lanz, J. Nussbaum, A. lfft, J. Fields R. Kuerth, P. Lindsey. REAR: Y. Hippen. C, Rieqer. E. Waibel. D. Hartman, D. McLoughlin, L. Honegger L. Loomis, P Shelby. R. Adam. THE ANN UAL STAFF The group of people comprising the Tupek staff, along with their adviser, Miss Marlar, accepted sole re- sponsibility for the make up of this year's annual One of the greater tasks confronting them was the-selection of a name from suggestions by the student body and faculty. lts name as the Tupek may be accredited to Mr. Tomlinson. The Tupek is somewhat like the lndi-an tepee and is the home that the Eskimo takes with him upon leaving his regular lodging, the igloo. Staff members as pictured at left are, in the first picture, seated, Loraine Loomis and Ruth Adam, co- editorsg standing are Miss Marlar and Joanne Fields, literary editor. In charge of sports were j. C. Ebach and David McLoughlin below whom are the grade school editors, jan Bach, Yvonne Hippen and Carol Sue Rieger. The bottom picture includes those working on circula- tion and advertising, Barbara Meyer, Dorothy Steidin- ger, Delbert Roy, Tom Keeley, and Paul Everett. QUILL and SCROLL This organization consists of students of at least junior standing who rank scholastically in the upper third of their classes, have done outstanding work on either of the school publications, have been recommend- ed by their adviser and have samples of their journalistic talent approved by the Executive Secretary of Quill and Scroll. Members pictured below are, seated, Joanne Fields, Miss Marlar, adviser, and Ruth Adam. Standing are Don Hartman, Loraine Loomis, and J. C. Ebach. PRESS CLUB The junior Press Club and journalism class are synony- mous this year and are also known about school as the Toni staff. The activities of this group, directed by Miss Marlar, are all based around practical journalism. Along with publishing the school newspaper, the Tonic, they are school correspond- enas for the Chatsworth Plaindealer and Fairbury Blade and are regular State Reporters for the Bloomington Pantagraph. With the money they had earned during the year, the group and several members of the annual staff spent an afternoon in Bloomington, touring the offices of the Pantagraph building to learn how a daily is published. The first three pictures at right show the group as they are divided up as the Tonic staff and the last picture is a general view of the journalism class at work. The hrst picture shows Miss Marlar, Don Zorn, joanne Fields, Don Hartman, and j. C Ebach who comprise the editorial staff. Working with the editors as reporters for the paper are Robert Kuntz, Frank Somers, Delbert Roy, Tom Keeley, Charles Metz, Patricia Behrns. Marlene Nussbaum, and Dorothy Steidinger. Mimeo- graphing was taken care of by Barbara Meyer and Dorothy Steidinger. PRODUCTION STAFF Comprised of Miss Heinhorst's Typing ll class. this group accepted the tasks of arranging material and cutting stencils for the Tonic along with their regular class duties.. Their burdens were made heavier whenever the time neared for the Tonic to go to press. N ' Jyyx j thirty-six SPFFL H L ONTFSTANTS This wear as in the past the speech competitors prow ed them selves a credit to their school Despite the tact that PSV! has no special classes or time devoted to speech work the students have shown their talents brilliantlx At the l H S A District Speech con test at Dwight on Februrav 7a each member of the l'SXY team returned home with a medal, our school took top horrors in class B schools represented, and FSW emerged the owe.all winner with twenty-six points. Ranking high enough to advance to the ge:- tional Contest were Patricia Shelby who ranked first in Class B in Humo ous readme: loanne Fields ranking lirst in Class H in Original Oration' and Don Hartman, who ranked second in Class B in Extempore Speaking. Othe seconds in Class B vient to Laura Sue Womack Verse Qpeakin 11 Marjorie Kyburz Dramatic readinvl and john Honegger Oration. ln the Vermilion Valley speech contest held at lxempton on April 18, Patricia Shelby received first division in Humorous: Marjorie Kxburz second in Dramatic' .lohn Honegger, second in Oration and Duane Elbert, third in Extempore. Students were coached by Mrs. Dickey and Miss Murphy. Pictured above are Miss Murphy. loanne Fields. Laura Sue Womack Viola Honegger Marjorie Kyburz Patricia Shelby Duane Elbert john Honegger and Don Hartman. M USIC CONTESTANTS NVith a si-4-niingly 1'ei1awf-tl inte-rt-st in vnusif' r-onipe-tition this ye-.ir's r-ontvstants uphold tho honor of FSW :intl sf-t a high standard of Hf'lll0X'f1lTl'llf, At the- l. ll. S, ll. llistrivt Xlusif- Font:-st he-lil at Paxton on Marvh 24. FSXV vntrants Hhrought honw tho hae-on" with l'aul l'Ii'1-rw-tt. tvnor soloist. and Loraine Loomis. 4-orne-t soloist r+-M-iving: first mlivision honors in inflivialual vw-nts. Otho-r tirsts wont to tho lirass ouartvt. vonsisting of Juanita Follnmr. Nant-Av Parsons. l,oraino Loolnis. annl l'atrif-ia Slit-lhyg :mtl to the flute t.-io, 1-omposf-fl of Suv Mc-Loughlin. Lum-y lllavas. and Yvonne- llippon. lnflivitlual sv:-onils wi-nt to Laura Sue- VVoinaf'k. Lum-5' lllavas. antl -luanita Follrner for Clarins-t solo. piano solouanfl voval alto solo. rvspe-f-tivolv. The- vlarinot quarw-t. inarlf- up ot' Laura Sur- XV0lllHI'k. Kai' lilllflvlllwllllll. l'h,vllis Linrlsvy. and Ruth Km-rth, also rot-flive-fl a se-4-ond division rating whilo a fourth was awarflr-rl to Ruth Kuorth for soprano solo. Arlvanving to thv State Finals at tht- Vniversity ot' lllinois on April QS wort' Loraine. Paul and the hrass quartvt. all ot' whom l'f'l'f'lVtt4i sevonfl division ratings. plus the Hut? trio which roooivorl fourth, Entered in the- looal vontast for Vvrmilion Vallov vliniination we-re eos prano soloists. Jean Johanson, Penny XValkor. Barbara Meyer. and BI?lY'j0t'lP Deanyg alto soloists. Juanita Follinvr. lniogf-ne Schrooder. and Betty Kos-lil: baritone soloist. Vlyflv Kovhl and te-nor soloist. Paul Everett, -loan. -Tuani'a. Clyde and Paul were ohosen to rf-pre-sont FSW in the V. V. Music Fontost at Pipr-r Pity on April '20, Ear-ll rece-ivotl a sf-Pond division rating. Vocal contestants were coarfhml hy Mrs. Dir-kr-y and instrnmf-ntal soIo- lst groups Worr unrlor tho rlirovtion of' Mr. Falislvendor. Fontostants we-rv ao ooinpaniarl by Mrs. Divkoy. Luffy lllavas. anrl Loraine Loomis. SEATED: L. Hlavaa P. Walker, J. Johansen. R. Kuerth. STANDING: L. Loomis, L. Womack, P. Everett, M. Deany, I. Schroeder, J. Follmer. Q 0- CONCERT BAND FRONT ROW: J. Honegger, S. McLoughlin, L. Hlavas, Y. Hi en P. Walker B. . PP Kochi, P. Virkler, N. Goodpasture, I. Loomis, J. Follmer, R. Meta, R. Gee. , SECOND ROW: Mr. F'ahsbender, S. Moore, B. King, D. Womack, L. Womack, P.. Lindsey, K. Lindenbaum, R. Kuerth, P. Yoder, M. Wenger, R. Stephen, C. Ka'-gy- merman, C. Sheby, R. Jacobs, M. Metz, D. Spence. THIRD ROW: I. Schroeder, C. Reiger, J. Barber, D. Metz, M. Kyburz, D. Farney, J. Jacobs, P. Shelby, D. Zorn, N. Parsons, I Yoder, L. Maurer, B. Wllson. V CONCERT BAND There are forty young musicians in the Con- cert Band at FSW this year. The group has had an active year under the director, Mr. Fahsbender. They played at every home football game and per- formed various formations on the field at half-time. In addition to performing at home basketball games. these busy young people played at tournaments and worked on concessions at the Holiday Tourney. One of the highlights of the year was the Spring Con- cert, which was very successful. Fai:-bury and Chats- worth were the guests of I-'SW at the Tri-School Music Festival in May. The hand entered the Dis- trict contest at Paxton and received a Second Di- vision rating. To conclude the year's activities the group played at i'flllllIl9Ilf't'lll4'Ui and led the Meni- orial Day Parade. Imokiiig me-r thi- inilsie at right are the lianil oHii-ers. l.am'a Sui- Woiiizii-la. x'ii-I--pw-sislentg Betty Koehl. president. and Loraine Loomis. lilH'Hl'i2iI1. - ' z 5 Q thirty-nine MAJORETTES L. Tammen, G. Crump, R. Keeley, B. Tomlinson, B. Kochi, M. Melx, Sharon Kammerman, C. Koehl. Shirley Kammerr-nan. 1 A1 BRASS QUAFITET CLARINET QUARTET L. Loomis, J. Follmer. D. Zorn. N. Parsons R. Kuerth K. Lindenbaum, L. Womack, P. Lindsey forty FLUTE TRIO 5. McLoughlin, Y. 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Torn Keeley, Perry Vlrkler, Bob Wllaon, Paul Everett. SECOND ROW: Assistant Coach Harry Hagerman, Manager Blll Hoffman, Frank Somers, Ronald Crane, Carlos Miller, Melvin Beal, Glen Davls, Dlck Doran, Richard Blundy, Lyle Honegger, Coach Guy Gardner. THIRD ROW: Jimmy Virkler, Edward Schrof, Neil McLoughlin, John Honeggor, Roy Young, Clyde Koehl, Jerry Gulllford. Carl Short. SEASON RECORD Won 3 Tied 1 Lost 5 FSNV 7 Onarga 6 V.V. here FSW 13 Chenoa 32 there FSW 44 Lexington O here FSW 0 Fairbury 19 here FSW 12 Saunemin 20 V.V. there FSW 6 Cullom 33 V.V. there FSW 12 I-lerscher 12 V.V. here FSW 6 Gridley 25 here FSW 27 Chatsworth 7 V.V. there Qaeda!! Seann -1949 ONARGA-7-6 fifty-six A small but determined band of Eskimos took their season opener from a highly rated Onarga eleven by a 7-6 margin. Perry Virkler, in his First role as a gridlder, counted the only Eskimo score by skirting his own left end for pay dirt. Roy, a returned vetera,n plunged for the all important extra point and then sparked his maftes on a great exhibition of defense to halt a fourth quarter drive by the Indians. The entire squad, including boys participating in their first football game, tumed in fine performances. LEXINGTON-44-0 In their second encounter of the year. the FSW eleven trounced the Minute Men by a 44-0 count. Showing much improvement, the local boys scored freely in every quarter with Waibel and Zorn scoring two apiece and Roy, McLaughlin, and Ebach accounting for the other three. Frank Somers and Bob Kuntz were the de- fensive standouts for the winners. SAUNEMIN 12 20 The Eskxmos with a 2 0 record journeyed to thelr VV neighbor to drop a 20 12 verdict at the lfands of the Saunemm Eagles The Eagles encouraged by a determmed homecoming crowd staged a last quarter drxve to count all twenty pomts and knock the stunned Forrest boys out of the undefeated ranks HERSC HER 12 12 Before a large homecoming crowd the FSW unit tied the Herscher Tlgers ln a thrill packed game Forrest drew first blood 'is Jake Ebach scored on a ten yard Jaunt after a Zorn to McLaughlin pass brought the ball from mud field to the ten vard l1ne Hoxxex er the Txgers roared back xx 1th a serres of tr1ck plavs to catch tre ESklmOS off guard and tempolarlly take the lead vuth two TDs xn the closing ec onds of plav Don Zorn behind beautiful blocking lugged the ball over for the tymg counter Del Rox s plunge for the PAT was halted on the one half vard l1ne CHEN OA 13 32 After the Esklmos left the field at half txme wxtl' a 7 6 advantage the Chenoa Redbirds roared back wxth unstoppable fury to gain a 32 13 werchct Walbel and Vlrkler proylded the only Eskimo markers on pass plays from Zorn FAIRBURY 0 19 Forrest snowed under by a relentless rushlng attack succumbed to 1ts anc1ent rival the Farrbury Tartars by a 19 0 score The Esk1mos led by Delbert Roy colfld not offer enough resistance to halter the well balanced Fairbury eleven Melvm Beal did an especlally fine Job of defense m the final quarter CULLOM-6 33 The Forrest Strawn Wrng squad Journeyed to Cullom and suffered 1ts fourth the Eskrmos gave fine resistance until the Ramblers unleashec' a final fourth quarter spurt of four touchdowns to retain the Conference Crown The onlv Forrest tally was setup w1th a pass from Roy to Walbel on the sixteen and from here the pile drrvmg fullback Del Roy battled h1s way across the goal lme Lvle Honegger, capably filled in for the 1n1ured backs and was a standout on defense FRIDLEY-6 25 The Eskxmos playing Grndley for the first time s1nce 1946 found they would have been better off lf they had waited another vear to reschedule them as the Red skrns proved too much for the baffled local boys Roy was the only threat the Eskl mos could offer ln the backfield with two regulars mlssxng because of lIlJUI'leS The lone Forrest tally was a pas from Roy to MGI..3Ugl'l1H who along with Walbel Dale Farney Tom Keeley and Bob Wilson played a great defensive game Roy came off the field wlth the mcredlble record of 31 tackles CHATSWORTH 27 7 By the time for thxs game it appeared as though the backfield was a bad pos1t1on to play wxth only one backfield regular able to play Zorn Ebach and Vlrkler were all srdelmed by knee 1nJur1es It was fortunate for the Eskxmos the fourtl' back was not ellmmated for lt was Roy all the way Del Hgurmg m exery score first went for paydirt on a 5 yard plunge after a Bluebtrd fumble Delbert counted on another plunge from the four and then later m the game heaved two TDs to McLaughl1n ln the end zone The final canto was added in the fourth quarter when Roy playing lme backer snagged a low driving punt and scampered across untouched Lyle Honegger Dlck Doran and Rxch Blundy very capably filled in for the regular backs From a fine squad of players whlch came through tl'e season better than ex pected Coach Gardner loses Glen Waibel Tom Keeley Dale Farney Perry Vnrkler, Don Zom and Melvm Beal With a fine array of underclassmen to replace them the prospects look very promismg for 1950 51 fifty seven V setback of the season 33-6 at the hands of the V.V. Champs. Hampered by injuries, , - X11 : ' I . Y A ,, ,..-,.,,.. at ' wk V JY I ,im q N 2. wym .'.,1 Tabu 5 W W U , 1 1' W f 4 4 ?, Ev, 'ig ' 1, f 71 M W fm. . ,-Vx G NQVAIBEL 3 ' V x S f'Q e 4' 3 at !'0RRg Nu if, 5 E , ii 1 'Mia K? 535' Y 1 Z Wu 1, . Lg ff E g. Rf?-xx I-gm-f G. g .. 4 ' L ,2 .ox at 2 Q3 52 O 1 FINAL STATISTICS ON FIRST TEAM O PLAYERS Sho!! Shot! F.T. F.T. NAME ACL Made Pct. Ai! Made Pct. Glen Waibel 227 54 .238 103 56 .544 Don Zorn 305 92 .302 63 33 .524 Dave McLoughlin 379 143 .377 151 96 .636 Rich Blundy 462 137 .297 103 72 .699 Lloyd Widmer ,. 234 67 .286 62 29 .468 Lyle Honegger 51 16 .314 23 11 .478 Ronald Crane 32 8 .250 10 4 .400 Neil McLoughlin 9 3 .333 1 0 .000 Dick Doran ,. 6 0 .000 2 1 .300 Melvln Beal ., , 1 0 .000 0 0 .000 Don Hartman , 67 17 .254 25 8 .320 Tom Keeley , 98 28 .280 18 11 .612 Perry Virkler 20 7 .350 5 2 .400 TOTA LS ..- 1891 572 .303 566 323 .570 FINAL STATISTIC ON SECOND TEAM PLAYERS Shots Shots F.T. F.T, NAME An. Made Pct. Att Made Pee. 3. Davis , . , F. Somers 22 27 A388 a. wma . 4 4 2 '53, R. Young , 3 8 3 '375 P. Wenger 9 10 2 'Zoo M. Huette ,. 11 17 6 .353 2' Shar' - 3- 24 34 15 f-141 ' "M f A '2 69 as .507 N. McLoughlin 36 50 29 580 D. Doran ., ,, ' M- Beal W t 3-6 27 10 .370 h 0 11 3 .272 B. Kirk I 5 5 3 600 J. Gulliford .. 27 18 5 .277 P. Virkler , 5 3 2 '666 TOTALS 277 311 143 .459 T.P. 1.64 217 382 3:16 163 '43 20 s 1 Y o 42 67 16 1592 T.P. 31 72 9 9 20 28 63 179 101 82 15 13 59 12 697 A-N-I BASKETBALL SQUAD FRONT ROW. Duck Doran. Lyle Honegger. Lloyd Wldmer, Capt. Don Zorn, Glen Waibel. David McLoughlin. Rlchard Blundv. SECOND ROW: Coach Guy Gardner, Frank Somers, Melvin Beal, Ronald Crane, Neil McLoughlin, Glen Davis, Don Hartman, Assistant Coach Harry Hageriman THIRD ROWS Bernle Whute, Roy Young. Perry Wenger, Maurice Huette, Carl Short., Jimmy Virkler. VARSITY Games won lor season 22 Games lost for season 5 Percentage ol wins .785 Total pounts scored lFSWl y524 Total points scored lOpponentl 1168 Average points game KFSW3 54 AVC'-292 points game rOpponerm 42 SECONDS names won for season Games lost for season Percentageylf wins Total pomts scored KFSWQ Total points scored lOpponenty Average points game lFSWj Average points game lOpponentJ F. S. W. ESKIMOS RECORD - 1949-1950 VARSITY RESERVES lf!-li! 'l'lz.XNl PLAX F O F 0 Nov. 213 Plym-1 Lklnv ll 30 35 27 9 Doc Ll Dxxzzglll---'I' fall -lf. 26 317 lm,-Q li -Nl .lluxxllrlf 'l' 42 '26 325 129 UW' U -LJl.l1lLLQlfT ffl .711 ll! .Q3 Dfw 13 -l'lll'llrm 'I' 'HV 'il lifl fill D1-c lll li-l.llllL -'I' 33 ill L27 IV lim 1111 - Kvlnplm. ll T5 Al-1 alll fll FORREST INVITATIONAL HOLIDAY TOURNEY Dc-1' 2T-- CU-1 rwll 49 29 Dee 28--Dv. llllll -17 38 Dec. 29-Gllfwl. Vlly -QU 68 1950 Jan. 3-FJ.A.ll7Ulj'-T 32 21 LIU 33 Jan. 6-Cl.albvvo1'1.h-T bl 128 34 24 V.-XlIFl'l'Y VVH' JL! Incl li l1lC5l'IllVI'lS Xvllll ll. L1 T VARSITY I4 6 700 697 545 35 27 RES! VERMILION VALLEY CONFERENCE 'IOURNEY Jim, 9-Hcrschcr Jam. ll-Cullum Jun. 13-IlllJl'l' Clty .lgm ll--Salulcmln-H .Iam :fl-C'l1llflm4Il .Inn B+- I'lpm Vltyll' .l.l:. 27 ,ll lllgll-All .l. f',. 211 Kufxlplwrl--T Fell Zin F.rulJ1uy -ll FL-ll T' - lIl'!'5l,'l'.Q'l-AT lk-al ll' C'lmtK'.x'ux!l1f-'Il F1 il lvl - clllvllflll All Fw, 1,7 fOlm1'g1l-ll Fu' JL-fflllfl Cl,l...tyA-li I H S A REGIONAL Ft-U ld--fnlll nl " 7 Sl l'l'll NT... - --, K 1 70 40 GG 55 37 51 53 6.5 -12 67 T12 55 43 .1-l lil "fly 40 -lll 38 48 47 '33 lil -lfi SW -ll ffl HH .23 32 2 30 -D Iii .m IS ll lil 40 ri! xii! Y-Hill' 4 1 is ' A V ' Y , " ff A' za ,ffffv 4 1' s ' K X it 2 5 A. E 2 4 ' Qffi ,352 K I 1 3 Q A , L 4. w 4 Q ,, 2' ag 3' f E? , A' ,FV ,ff ,- -4 fr if v , . ' f -z iw 'Y 2 ., :II , Q ,iff ga, rw 1 V W., , My MM QM? ,a ifz5QQi SM 5 2 5? Q 1 Y 41 3' V' . Qiyfv wfkn , . Q, a 5, 1 r , 4' H my .Q ' is I 5 gf' .wi w ma 4 1, ,. , , Q ' f A fwgaz 52. fi? 1390! f M one of the finest exhibitions of shooting ever seen in this section, on the part of the Gibson City team which won by a 68-40 verdict. Sophomore Dave McLoughlin was the leading scorer in the tourney. With Forrest and Cullom going into the V.V. Tour- ney as co-favorites, the Gardnermen proved to be the best team by easing past the Rambers by a 40-39 score in the second round which proved to be the key game of the tourney. The Eskimos advanced on an easy vic- tory over Herscher in the first round 70-23. The final game, as was expected, proved to be a runaway as the locals rocked Piper City 66-33 to gain their third straight V.V. title. The FSW five, going into the game as an underdog, took the U. High Pioneers of Bloomington for a ride in their kayak, dumping them in the cold north waters, and leaving them shivering in bewilderment as the Eskim-os proved too much for the highly favored Pioneers, halt- ing them 53-48. After sailing past Gardner by a 61-42 score, the Es- kimos bid for a fourth straight regional championship was halted by a taller St. Paul of Odell live, 62-50. Tlhe St. Paul team later fell to West Aurora in the Bradley sectional by a close count. West Aurora was rated the number four team in the state by the sports writers poll. l X Xe Og ww 0 ,M t I . .V 1 i V ,nd i E ' , 3 -nf ' on! qi 1' ' K , l' Q m V ' ii 5 H gl? 1 Fi new 4 ,,..,' '--'1 5 1 f pf , Q' , , x E 21 f .L 53 lt, 2 a 5 fifth tm rf ul sw P5 f ' A 'VS J an . Y ,N r fn V' lf V' QQ! .gg '4 . v f , vm ,V I 1 ggAA , ,W 1 V A I .V H A- 'QM 'rf '15 i , fy 5 'fff , ' ' mf 5 Q 3 1 "' ' 1 A 4 W 1 'X k - 'Q ai fe 1 f 9 3 .' '. i , 'M if 11 A.. 1, A M' 1' Q l I U s 4 six! 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L. Kaus ner. K. Bounds. C Farquhar, R. Caughey. C Brown. Second Row: Miss Fields, C. Metz P. Caughey. G Braurnan. I Zimmerman, J. Haas, C, Chadd G. Metz, H. Maurer, M. Mona han, B. Schmidt. Third Row: P. Frick. G. Pitcock, J. Haab, H. Stork. L. Ebach. E Stork, J. Kaisner, C, Schrof. NIS Grades Six, Seven, Eight Wing 4 4: Qs Front Row: L. Stork, C. Schmidt B. Ross, H. Kaisner, D. Brown M. Chadd, N. Pitcock,, H Schrof, J. Ebach, L. Brown, M Honegger, W. Maurer. Second Row: Mrs. Ferguson, R Honegger, A. Frick. G. Schrof, I Bryant, R. Stephens, J. Haas, K Schmidt. N. Haas. D. Stork, J Stork. .La if Rl - l, 4 F J V Grades One and Two Y: A 4' J Wing "HU Froni Row: J. M-ner, J. Hone L. Kaisner, J. Brown. M. E1 ' F. Farber, J. Farber. M. Sch B. Horine. Second Row: L. Maurer, J. Fe B. Metz, G. Moore, M. L. Brauman Mrs. Sancken Chadd, W. Stork, R. Chadd Schrof. D. Chadd, seventy-six 9-2 L, Q Y ,A+ F if - M W W . We ,T NP H uw - 9 S. mum f ,Z aw we x W I 4 if "' in ,,,. Q. V ' .23 ecszm Maasvfvf 'hm QW: -Miwbvfz 1 ' fAbW2:fi fa'-1? 'T f' f fl ff." .L V? J. we.. n,,,,..,y, , A ff 442 A I ef ,..,'vf, rw, K p , 3 1, ,SQA L 2 , -Q ju," Y' I A . f 2, ., ' A ,l F 1 ,, . '- warg " ' 2 -32:1 gef, L if ww fm' J ,E T544 gwgifv 2' 'W , H 'af 4 ,eff- WING GRADE SCHOOL BAND Mr. Fahshender, L. Fbach, N. Pitcock, J. Haab, W. Maurer, J. Ebach, M. Honegger. FORREST GRADE CONTESTANTS D Fr-llmer. G. Crump, R. Jacobs. J. Barber, C. Shelby. J. Jacobs, R. Stephens, S. Moore, J. Bach. seventy-eight FORREST GRADE CONTESTANTS Under the guidance of Mrs. Barclay, Miss Denarske, and Mr. Fahsbender, the following contestants received honors in the District and State Contests. District winners were jimmy jacobs, piano solo, C, jacqui Barber, dramatic reading, B, Rita Stephens, landscape drawing, B, Sharon Moore, oration, Ag Jan Bach, cartoon drawing, A, Rozanne Jacobs, girl's vocal, B1 Dan Follmer, boy's vocal, B3 Carolyn Shelby, humorous reading, B. State winners were Sharon Moore, C, and jan Bach, B. Forrest Grade Chorus Row R Jacobs, D. Stendln ehr, C. Koehl, y. G Crump, B.Slnnett, G. Harris, Shirley Row J. Honegger, W. Crouch, D. Fehr, J. Davis, S. McLoughlin, L Tammen, W. Good. Sharon Kammerrnaln, Shelby, B. King, M. Grade Majoretfes W. Huddleston, M. Doran, -8. Behrns, S. Klnate, N. Spence,.J Lindenbaum. S. Moore, Forrest Grade Band b from Row: L. Wenger, C. Sch L. Sohn, M. Moore, R. Kinale. S Kinate, M. Doran, M. Ha!HeLd G. Hippen, M. Barber, D. FoLl- Fhef. Second Row: C. Baysinger, J. Bac.h. R. Bachtold, R. Righter, J. Lin- denbaum, B. Behrns, R. Meengn. C. Custer, D. Cottingham, Qi. Anliker, Mr. Fahsbender. FRONT ROW: J. Honegger. E Walbel, D. Follmer. M. Doran, L. Wenger. SECOND ROW: Mgr. J. Forma, D. Metz, R. Metz. G. Waibel, L. Roth. FORREST BASKETBALL TEAM FRONT ROW: J. Stickell, J. Honeqger, D. Follmer, L. Wenger, D. Spence. J. Jacobs, R. Gee, D. Hanahew, R. Coyne, E. Walbel, M. Doran. R. Metz. SECOND ROW: J. Hardeaty. D. Llndenbaum. J. Garrels. L. Roth, .l. Keeley, C. Karn- merman, G. Young, J. Somers. G. Wlibel, J. Hardesty, C. Schrof, D. Metz. Mr. Allen. THIRD ROW: Mgr. J. Fortna, D. White, M. Moore. R. Steidlnger, H. Trimmer, R4 Klnate, M. Yoder, G. Nussbaum, K. Hlnlhew, J. Bach, L. Sohn, C. Custer, Jr. Devin. CHEERLEADERS: G. Harrls, B. Crouch, W. Goad. FORREST SPORTS. Coach Allen's junior Eskimo lightweights enjoyed a very successful season, winning I6 out of I9 basketball games The heavy weights, equally successful, won 20 of their 23 games They par ticipated in the Livingston County Tournament, and their own 20th Annual Invitational Tournament, winning the championship in both. The heavyweights won second place in the sectional and the "little lights" won third in the state. Both have accomplished a record that is not often exceeded. Fonnssv Luci-rrwElcHT TEAM 3. suekm, Coach Alien. eighty STRAWN BASKETBALL TEA M FRONT ROW: K. Baker. R. Steidlnger, B. Metz, D. Metz, R. Rinkenherger. W. SWF' ner, G. Kuntz, W. Metz. SECOND ROW: Coach Hagerman, J. Keeley, R. Andrea. J. Hornickle, W. Aflllkef J. Kuntz, Mgr. STRAWN SPORTS The Strawn lightweights succeeded in winning four games out of live and.the heavyweights two out of live. They participated in the Livingston County Tourney, the Forrest Invitational, and their own Blind Tourney. Reports from Coach Hagerman indicate a bright future for the Strawn Bluebirds. STRAWN BASEBALL YEAM Strawn cheer- leaders eighty-one WING BASKETBALL TEAM FRONT ROW: W. Maurer H. Schrof. M. Honegger, I. Zimmerman. E. Stork. SECOND ROW: J. Stork, G. Piteock, P. Frick, L. Ebach, H. Maurer, A. Frick. J. Haab, R.Honegger. THIRD ROW: Coach Gardner, N. Haas, T. Stephens, J. Haas, G. Schrof. D. Stork. WING SPORTS Due to the fact that this was the hrst year of organized basket- ball at Wing, the Wildcats did not have a very successful season. Lack of facilities forced them to play in the town hall. New uni- forms were purchased which added greatly to interest in this sport. For the first time they were able to participate in the Livingston County Tournament. Baseball also has been an active sport in Wing for several years, being played each fall and spring. lmproving with time they look forward, with the help of Coach Gardner, to a more successful future Third Graders Enjoy Work on Scraebooka Fourth Graders Explore the Boy, A-B',u.h-up.. on Foam-H Tncuu Library FORREST GRADE BASKETBALL SEASON Vox Nox "lox Nox 'Nox Dm Ds L an an m an un Dec' 1 1 en 311 P91 01 fl 141 N ar 1 fu fn 8 111 .ax x xx 9101115 pp 11111s0n 1 11V Pa1r11x1rx Bradlex 1 hencm 1'a1r11111x 14-A111 ton Lhenoa 1 113181101111 Kankakee Ivxmgton Ixanlxalwc 111111011 1 1tx TOURNAMENTB lughtxx mghtx Opp 1949 1-mnxt 1111l1d1l011d1 Opp 111 11111 1 111 1'a1r1111rx 1 1111111141110 11141 St IN x 11111 Pmnt IIT 21 11 11111 I'a111111rx 1 htxx 1 11' 1hatsxx 01111 Stmxx Il 110011951011 Ast 1x S A 1 al 0 x 1 111fsxx 01111 1 dst 1 x rm H 4111 131111 l1f101NN1l11l 110I1fx111e 141 11 1'x111r.1141 1 IX P 1 1ld1s11Ul1 1 Q1 111 WN1 111 All dll F1 1 F111 1 111181101 TOURNAMENTS N Ts 1 1 1111 I x 11 1 1111 17111141 1 STR XV1 W BASKETB AI L SEASON 1949 1900 1 11t1x1 11: Il P1 ezghty three 0 . 1". . 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'T r 4-'lghly four W 34- fw , L "-wf .Yu f W gzfiw, I, 9 4: ZQMQVQQWW- am- W- To all the many activities of the Forrest-Strawn-Wing High school, the Strawn Grade School, the Wing Grade School, andthe Forrest Grade School these people have given their support and loyal cooperation. j. N. BACH 81 SONS, Building Materials Forrest ' "Quality Plus Service BOHANON'S CAFE Forrest Short orders, steaks, complete fountain service j. W. BROWN Forrest Funeral Director CITIES SERVICE STATION Strawn "Hot Rod Center of the World" JOHN P. COOK FUNERAL HOME Fairbury Carlos C. Thompson, Mgr. COTTINGHAM'S CAFE Forrest Quality Food and Courteous Service CROSSROADS CAFE Forrest "A Good Place to Eat" DlCK'S BODY SHOP I Wing "No Wreck Too Big" THE FASHION SHOP ' Gibson City Ladies' and Children's Wear and Gifts FRED FELDMAN 81 SONS Fairbury "Quality Clothing for Boys and Men" DR. H. J. FINNEGAN F2il'bUfY Optometrist I Their names are listed here in place of the usual commercial advertisements. The TUPEK Staff honors them for their cooper- ation and financial aid. Without their help this book could not 'be published. FIRST STATE BANK Forrest "Your Community Banking Center" WILLIAM G. FOLLMER Forrest "Insure to Be Sure" FORREST HOTEL Forrest Mrs. Helen Walker, Proprietor FORREST LOCKER Forrest "Enjoy Fresh Frozen Foods FORREST MILK PRODUCTS Forrest "Serving Our Community with Dairy Products" jOHN GRASSFIELD Bloomington jefferson Cafeteria HONEGGERS' 8: CO., INC. Fairbury and Forrest 4-H Feedsg U. S. Registered Chicksg Eggs INTERNATIONAL CHEMICAL CO. Chicago janitor's Suppliesg Floor Finishes jOE'S HI-WAY CAFE Forrest Located junction of Routes 24 and 47 jOST LUNCH Forrest Texaco Serviceg Groceriesg Cafe jOSTEN'S MANUFACTURING CO. Owatonna, Minnesota jewelers for junior and Senior Classes KECK'S AGENCY Fairbury All Types of Insurance .I ,I KEMNETZ Strawn Plymouth and Chrysler Cars lnternatuonal Implements KING ELECTRIC SHOP Forrest Hotpomt Electrxcal Applrances LINDSFY S SINCLAIR SERVICF Forrest Towrng and General Overhaulnng LIVINGSTON GRAIN AND SUPPLY CO Forrest Dean Koehl Mgr Coal Feed Seed Gram T j LI ONS Farrbury The Best In Men s and Boys Wear MAC S IG A STORF Grocerres Fresh Frults Vegetables MARTIN S 5 and 1Oc STORE Forrest Forrest The Bnggest Llttle Store In Town MRS LOUIS MEI ER Strawn Independent Orl Company LOUIS METZ 81 SONS Case Implements Srnclalr Products Strawn Strawn REUBEN METZ IA A Insurance Servrce Forrest Insurance Brmgs Assurance PAXTON TYPEWRITER CO Bloonnngton Offnce and School Equxpment PONTIAC OFFICF SUPPLX CO Pontrac Complet Offrce Furnrshngs QUAKER OATS COMPANY Rlsk Cereal Strawn Gram Lumber Coal Feed Seed Wwe dede 3 and 77eo76Ze ezghty eight ? 1 1 I v N . 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