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

 - Class of 1951

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Q79 ' XX 151 HQ You have advused our sensor classes wusely and fauthfully You have helped our student councul to become a more mfluentual representatnve of the student body ln addutlon to your teachnng duties you have supervused the edntnng of a fnrst class paper The Tomc Most umportant your pat-ence and excellent guidance have helped to make thus annual a success In apprecuatuon of all of these thmgs ut as wnth great admnratnon and respect that we the staff dedncate thus l95O l95l Tupek to you Muss Marlar Tupels Staff of 1951 Left y Stendnnger John Honegger Louuse Maurer J C Ebach Carol Sue Rxeger and Yvonne Hlppen, Co Editors Ethel Waubel Qoy Young, Ph ll Mabel Marlar, Spon y ns Lundsey, Mass sor, and Barbara Meyer To rnghf Doroth 6 Table of Contents Book I Administration Book II Classes Book III Activities Book IV Sports Book V Grade School it-.21 kd f"Ci:?3Fx,?g ... --. . A .v. 4' 1--Q, ADMINISTRATION ff 46 441:91 19" f M g 9 I' , ' f 4 ' 10 I0 , fcfxoe , 1 ' QM , we ...QW x. '. 1 .5 ?,,x-f-w""v". 2 2 Q , 5' 15, i'l90I5B?2 'QQS' u5293l3l3Z23n30l Z'uA5JQd Board Of Education Left fo Rlghf Roscoe Read Roger Lmdenbaum Ernest Braumann A P Loomis PreSldeI'1f Vaughn Horme Fred Aelllg AI Somers Secretary l ,-101' K LM M" THELMA MAIER Offuce Secretary I0 GP vi V ' ' ,- .F5 ? J , A A gf ..:. l . 1 -Z.'.' I jf N .4 - 4 '-..- Q 1 . " --1 , .. HEEL :A -- " , ' ji mr? I I 3 er Wil "'5'4"J.-5 ,qw ' X .-1 l,,, inn. A. H. TOMLINSON, B.S., M.S., University of Illinois, Superintendent and High School Prin- cipal MABEL MARLAR, A.B., M.A., DePauw University, U. of Illinois, Indiana State, Assistant Principal, Journalism, Biol- ogy, Business Training CYRIL E. ALLEN, A.B., Knox College: Grade School Prin- clpal and Physical Education VERA GULLBERG, lllinois State Normal Universitvg Strawn Grade School Principal, Grades 3 and 4 LILA FERGUSON, lllinois State Normal University, Wing Grade School Principal, Grades 6, 7 and 8 Administrators High School LUETTA CUMMINS B,M., Illinois Wesleyan University, Music KENNETH FAHSBENDER B M., Illinois Wesleyan University, Music GUY W. GARDNER BS., Murray State College lKy.l, Physical Education, Basketball, Football RUTH HAAB BS., University of Illinois, Home Econ- omics HARRY E. I-IAGERMAN BS, Illinois State Normal University, So cial Science, Physical Education, Track, Baseball I ? X .Hi E., . 5'-.!'l rl ' ' iii V of . uf. if Z2 - I i I it 1. ge E I 4 I ,I ,, 15 L47 af-5, 'i X l : '55 , -5 Q". . LLC W.. il Faculty B,S,, Western lllinois State Teachers Col- lege, Commerce, Dramatics JEAN KNOCH AB., University of Illinois, College of St Teresa CMinn.lgEnglish, Library ROBERT S. McGEE BS., University of lllinols, Agriculture E. MORSE MCWHERTER BS., Illinois State Normal University, Sci ence, Mathematics CAROL STEWIG AB., MacMurray College, University of Illinois, French, English ,gi GRADE tt , FAC ULTV HAZEL BARCLAY lllinois State Normal Un'iversity, Eighth Grade, Forrest BELLE HOUSEHOULDER Flat River Junior College lMo.D, Mis- souri University, Seventh Grade, Forrest AUDREY FlELDS Southern lllinois University, Sixth Grade, Forrest GQ' ERMA VEATCH lllinois State Normal University, Fifth Grade, Forrest RITA KURTENBACH B. of Ed., lllinois State Normal Uni- versity, Fourth Grade, Forrest FERN WEST lllinois State Normal University, Third Grade. Forrest Q I' I I . a . A , I tg ,,, Av. , ,. ffvmx'.-..,,.s I . f 155- 'j 5 A Ffflvfi' 54+ f s : .ewi V' IW i?f"TQ11,g,5, Illinois State Normal University, EVELYN SAATHOFF Wartburgl College llowal, First Grade, Forrest CATHERINE KURTENBACH Illinois State Normal University, Seventh, Eighth Grades, Strawn HELENA FRANEY Illinois State Normal University, Fifth, Sixth Grades, Strawn ODETTE SINGER Illinois State Normal University, First, Second Grades, Strawn RUTH KENNEDY B.S., Western Illinois State Teachers College, Fourth, Fifth Grades, Wing MARGUERITE OSLAND University of Illinois, University of Wisconsin, Northern Illinois State Teachers College, First, Second, Third Grades, Wing 15 I CLASSES -1 failfn ff 4 R ALL AND M: fo ,II ' : ' V, 1 5 1 " .TO E3 MOT g-uS V az A ,W P-V A P Ll, UR 'r so 6 oF A Y-I 5 w. o,' I ,f ve' Q Ov v-.,, Q "' so ,x at 4-fs M Aa by 2 J' glivilq, 46,4-fu '1s.-...4 Robert W lson Marporle Kyburz J C Ebach Paul Everett ROBERT WILSON Basketball l Chorus l 2 3 4 Class Vlce Presndent l 4 Concert Band l 2 3 Concert Orch 2 3 Dramatlcs Club 3 FFA 2 Fo tball 2 3 Junior P a MARJORIE KYBURZ Chorus l 2 3 4 Class Sec Treas 4 Concert Band2 3 4 Concert Orch 2 3 Drarnatucs Club3 FHAl 2 3 4 Par l11mentarzan2 Hornecomnnq Attendant 4 Natmonal Honor Soclety 2 Sch Award 2 Soeech 2 3 4 Student Council 2 Tonic Staff 2 4 Junior Trio Sax Quartet 3 NANCY PARSONS Cheerleader 3 4 Chorus l 2 3 4 Class President 4 Concert Band l 2 3 4 Pres 4 Concert Orch l 2 3 Dramatlcs Club 3 FHA l 2 3 4 President 4 Homecomlnq ueen 4 Junnor Play 3 Natuonal Honor Society 2 3 Sch Awards l 2 3 Senior Play 4 Stu dent Council l 2 4 Sec 2 Tonic Staff 2 4 FHA Carnp Delegate 2 J C EBACH Annual Staff 2 3 4 Baseball 2 3 4 Basketball 2 Chorus 3 4 Class Pre l 2 Concert Ban 2 Conc r rch 2 ra matncs Club 3 FFA 3 4 Pres 3 4 Football l 2 3 4 Hornecomnno Kano 4 Junior Plav 3 Press Cldb 3 Sensor Play 4 Student Councll 3 4 Pres 4 Dtstrlct Pres 4 Tonic Statt 2 3 Trackl 2 4 PAUL FVERETT Annual Staff l 2 3 Baseball l 2 3 4 Basketball l Chorus l 2 3 4 Class Pres 2 Concert Band l 2 Drarnatucs Club 3 4 Football l 2 3 4 Junnor Play Press Club 4 Tonxc Staff l 2 4 Track l 2 I8 f-tvs . ,A 'VS ing. in Ns- Dale Kuntz Kenneth Hallam Donna Honegger Viola Honegger DALE KUNTZ-Baseball l, 2, Basketball l, 2, Class President 3, Vice- President l, Dramatics Club 3, Junior Play 2, Press Club 4, Senior Play, Student Council 3, Tonic Staff 4. KENNETH HALLAM-Basketball 2, Homecoming Attendant 4, Junior Play, National Honor Society 2, Scholarship Award 2, Student Council l, Football l, 2, 4. DONNA HONEGGER-Chorus l, 2, 3, Concert Band 2, Concert Orch. l, 2, Dramatics Club 3, FHA l, 2, 3-Historian 2, Secretary 3, Junior Play, National Honor Society 2, Scholarship Awards l, 2, 3, Speech l, 2. VlOLA HONEGGER-Chorus l, 2, 3, Concert Band 2, Dramatics Club 3, FHA l, 2 ,3, National Honor Society 2, Scholarship Award 2, Speech 2, 3, Tonic Staff 2. RUTH KLJERTH-Chorus l, 2, 3, 4, Concert Band 2, 3, 4, Concert Orch. 2, 3, Dramatics Club 3, FHA l, 2, 3, 4-Secretary 4, National Honor So- ciety 2, 3, Scholarship Award l, 2, Tonic Staff 2, 4, Clarinet Quartette 3' Vocal Solo 2, 3, 4, Cadet Band l. 1 Seniors 'DX is ,X X. Ruth Kuerth 'U- --N., M in iii -1. A K QQ Barbara Meyer Carlos Muller Jane! Moser P3h'lCI3 Shelby BARBARA MEYER A ual Staff 2 3 4 Cborusl 2 3 4 Conf: B ndl 2 FHA 3 4 R eporter 4 Junnor Play Library 4 Press Club l 2 3 Sen1or Play 2 4 Tonrc Staff 3 CARLOS MILLER CL1orus3 4 Football 2 3 4 Jun1orPlay3 Trackl 2 LUCILLE MAURER Clworusl 2 3 4 Concert Band 2 3 4 B cl L an branan 4 Dramatucs Club 3 FHA l 2 3 4 Homecomnng Attendant 4 Junlor Pl N ay atronal Honor So nety 2 Scholarstnp Awards l 2 Sensor Play Student Councrl 4 JA 2 3 4 FHA Camp Delegate 4 NET MOSER Chorus l 2 3 4 Dramatlcs Club 3 FHA l PATRlClA SHELBY Cheerleader 3 4 Clworusl 2 3 4 Concert Band l 2 3 4 Vlce Pres 4 Concert Orch l 2 3 Dramatlcs Club 3 FHA l 2 3 4 Junuor Play 3 Natsonal Honor Society 2 3 Scbolarshxp Awards l 2 3 Sensor Play Sreecbl 2 3 4 Student Councul 3 4 Secretary4 Tonnc Staff 2 Class Jecretary Treasurer l 2 3 20 u., . x , ' Us 1. ,N -,UK 1 X, '- nn 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 eff a I I I I I I I I I I I ' l I I I I I I I ' .... ' ' 1. 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 , F- 1 1 1 , . 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Announcmg the ' N m hts 1' Sensor Hug ug The class of 51 started thenr sensor year by elect s Vuce ' - -o-.xg K 'v :ng Nancy Parsons as Presndent Bob Wulson a Presndent and Marge Kyburz as Secretary Treasurer :ss Mabel Marlar and Mrs Ruth Haab were their class sponsors Clumb Though The Rocks Be Rugged was se Iected as thenr motto They chose sllver and blue to be tneur colors and Isly of the valley as theur flower Luke all sensors they partrcupated In many ac tnvutues but their studnes became more Important as ed as shown nn the pictures They traveled to Washington D C for the flnal the year progress route as last years trnp follownng about the same SGFIIOFS T eesr ,T we 56, 3 , va-45 ,rl V Q e f A V 7? f .L '11 -'W ' sf rj! I I I s A - , , 'wr if el an - J T I' I H ar S 1 f . 3 5 ' ' L 3-ff , vm' iv X t , V , I V , . r ' 3 I - r' 'Y . f M I - I f UL, H l' ll ' ll , . , . . , 1 1 I ' I ' 'l . . , 1 L 4'1 'C'- I Harry Pokarney Presudent Leatruce Moore Vnce Presudenf Dorothy Lanz Secreta ry Treasu rer Ronald Crane Dona Sue Dame! Rnchard Doran Donna Lou Farney Juamta Follrner Donald Goembel Ju mors V ' :ft 3-if' A f 'i . xx, Rose Anne Hacker Yvonne Huppen L ,fle Honeqger Ciyde Koen! Phyilns Lmdsey Lounse Ma urer Dwud McLou onlin Berneta Moore Donna Moulton Wtx W' A-Q' v-. fhigq Jumors an-3' w- 4' 1 R 5 Yr 24 :Q ICQ is in ig 1 ifr,L 5.5 e ff" ' v yt ax 1 'QQ , I. fyx 'K+' V4 ,L . v , 'nu ' 'lb--1 S 1 Q .. f -Q-ff' A S- if rx Nlr unior James Rhind Carol Sue Rieger Marvin Roth Carl Short Leroy Sohn Ethel Mae Waibel Perry Wenger Bernie White lola Yoder OFFICERS Robert McGee Jean Knoch .....,..,... Advisors James Virkler--Secretary-Treasurer Neil McLoughlin ....... President John Honegger ..... Vice-President NW SOPHOMORE CLASS FRONT ROW: Vernon Maier, James Whately, Shirley Crump, Duane Elbert, Ruth Metz, Louise Baker, James Virkler, Tom Aaron, Alan Nussbaum. SECOND ROW1 Marilyn Metz, Marilyn Zimmerman, Helen Whitfill, Lucy Hlavas, Penny Walker, Rita Keeley, Donna Wo- mack, Kay Lindenbaum, Joan Marlin, Eileen Pope, Barbara Roy, Jo Anne Gingrich, Mary Honegger, Mar- lene Shive Beth Tomlinson. THIRD ROW: Bill Kirk Edward Schrof, Richard Blundy, Glen Davis, John Hon egger, Duane Beal, Jerry Gulliford, Maurice Huette Roy Young, Bob Kirk, Donald Kemp, Leroy Steidenger Neil McLoughlin, Bob Benway, Leon Kaisner. OFFICERS Betty Hartman-Secretary-Treasurer Guy Gardner Alvin Kennedy .... ---AdviS0VS James Jacobs .......... PI'8SiCl6f'1Y Benjamin Metz ..... Vice-President FRESHMAN CLASS FRONT ROW: Jean Fortna, George Kuntz, Jacqui Barber, Eldon Waibel, Betty Hartman, Donald Spence, Jane Ebach, Mildred Deany. SECOND ROW: Lena Brown, Sharon Johnston, Mariorie Wenger, ldalee Bryant, Rita Steohen, Sharon Moore, Kay Schmidt, Lila Steidenger, Beverly Fellers, Bonnie Stein, Harriet Schrof, Margaret Honegger, Beverly Crouch. THlRD ROW: Benjamin Metz, Raymond Andreae, Robert Rinkenberger, Gordon Nussbaum, Tom Stephens, Ralph Gee, James Jacobs, John Haas, Roger Honegger, John Hornickle, James Keeley, James Somers, Ronald Coyne, Joe Fortna. ti 3 X x 4 HERE'5 T0 eq- in 'ik xv-uh' A -1 is Q Q 26 M. -. -s 'Wh- 'X 4 N., 4'- 'W aqui 1 l 'QQ Cys N, in ,- 'vs 1 Q, QRS .1"i ' STUDENT COUNCIL The F-S-W Student Council was honored this year by being hosts to the Kankakee District Student Council Convention on No- vember 4, J. C, Ebach, both local and district president, conducted the meeting, which was attended by students from nineteen schools in eight counties. Among their other activities, the organization had charge of tire drills, and soonsored Homecoming and the annual Christmas party. C- ary Parr' ghd ' V and P A Lucille Maurer, 'eS'de"f J, Si . ughun, Jifnnwlg llizclCihfiS""'aS wee Nell Mcilngllmer deC0'alm wanna . ' fr., . ! 333541-' Q 'Lf ,J r ,vii 51,1514 -1 X 5 Mabel Ma Wi' ll' -al Juanita Follmer, Harry Pokarrfey, Lucille Maurer, Patricia Shelby, Nancy Parsons, J. C. Ebach, James Jacobs, Neil McLoughlin, Miss rlar. vu. -,L 1 , + -.v'1 M .7 J! L is F' sz- FRONT ROW: Mary Honegger, Lucy Hlavas, Marlene Shive, Phyl- lis Lindsey, Louise Maurer, Lucille Maurer, Ruth Kuerth. SECOND ROW: Mr. Tomlinson, Yvonne Hippen, Ruth Metz, Dorothy Lanz, Vernon Maier, Neil McLoughlin, Nancy Parsons, THIRD ROW: Rita Keeley, Kay Lindenbaum, Joan Marlin, Ethel Waibel, Patricia Shelby, Carol Sue Rieger. NATIONAL HON This group consists of juniors, seniors, and second semester sophomores who have attained a 4.25 average for one semester. If the semester average of a member ever drops below this require- QIIIII. AND 5.2 I l r OR SOCIETY ment, the student automatically becomes ineligible and must return the membership pin to the advisor, Mr. Tomlinson. Membership is limited to fifteen per cent of the student body. SCROII. Membership in this organization requires that must be recommended to the society by his sponsor the student be an upperclassman and in the upper and be approved by the Executive Secretary of the third of his class scholastically. He must show out- Quill and Scroll. standing ability in the field of journalism, and he 1 A., FRONT ROW. Louise Maurer J. C Ebach Ruth Kuerth Phyllis Lindsey. SECOND ROW: Nancy Parsons, Carol pen, Miss Marlar. Sue Rieger, Ethel Waibel, Yvonne Hip- eff, 'ur I -5- F '-5-ef V-f' 1ll"' v-. if TUPEH STAFF Members of the Tupek staff are selected from students in the upper three classes who are interested in yearbook work. Pictured above is the complete staff. They are Dorothy Steidinger, Barbara Meyer, Richard Blundy, Roy Young, Lou- ise Maurer, Phyllis Lindsey, Ethel Waibel, Mabel Marlar, adviser, Yvonne Hippen and Carol Sue Rieger, editors, John Honegger, and J. C. Ebach, At right are co-editors Carol Sue Rieger and Yvonne Hippen, staff writers Phyllis Lindsey, Louise Maurer, Ethel Waibel, Roy Young and Richard Blundy, advertising managers, and Bar- bara Meyer and Dorothy Steidenger, circulation managers. At the lower left are J. C. Ebach, sports editor, and John Honegger, his assistant. T I 'EQWQ is -f sw- f t s Q 'K J .t,?f,,r' I nfs' I Q-in 6,1 , .., V kit! 'Q-L ,ge -. -- Q,-:Q 5-L-f, J-. x tx ,.-aff' , , al - -3-K 1 f .hav w my M, . .ff jg ...fa--r:g+ " , : ,,,, fe 'AW 'ig . ? Fit X if if v ,-. . 4 A ,V fas- , it f Y. Q fmzil 45 L in s 1. ,. , If ' ' f bv FUTURE FARMERS OE AMERICA Although the Future Farmers of America were only in their second year, they proved to be one of the most active organizations at F-S-W. During their trip to Chicago, they attended the International Livestock Show and visited the Board of Trade Building and Swift's Meat Packing Company. As another activity, they distributed Christmas baskets to needy families. In connection with the FHA, they held a debate concerning manners and dating. One ot the highlights of the year was the moving into the new Ag shop in January. UPPER LEFT PICTURE: Officers: Standing, Clyde Koehl, sen- tinelp James Virkler, reporter, Mr. McGee, advisor, John Hon- egger, vice-president, Seated, Vernon Maier, treasurer, Harry Pokarney, secretary, J. C. Ebach, president. UPPER RIGHT PICTURE: Marvin Roth, Clyde Koehl, Perry Wenger, Vernon Maier, J. C. Ebach at welding machine. GROUP PICTURE: Front row: John l-'ornickle, John Haas, Clyde Koehl, Marvin Roth, Harry Pokarney, Duane Beal, Perry Wenger, Maurice Huette, Leroy Steidinger, Don Goembel, Vernon Maier, Edward Schrof. Second row: James Keeley, Leon Kaisner, James Som- ers, Duane Elbert, Tom Stephens, Roger Honegger, James Virk- ler, Raymond Andreae, Tom Aaron, George Kuntz, Mr. McGee. Third row: Eldon Waibel, Robert Rinkenberger, Glenn Davis, Richard Deany, Ralph Gee, John Honegger, Robert Wilson, Don Kemp, J. C. Ebach, Benjamin Metz. JI af .P :JS i Y i ,L 1- is ,hffl g p . , Y I K. f i - , 4 it - , ,f it . E ' ',' ll A- rlyldgj .f"' i xx jf "S 1... S FUTURE HOMEMAHERS OF AMERICA of Amer- combina- ica opened the year with a formal installation, which was held in the club tion with that of the F. F. A. At various times during the year, sponsored several all-school parties, and at Christmas time they caroled to shut-ins. Several representatives of the group attended the annual Section l7 Rally at Gridley, where Phyllis Lindsey served as treasurer. UPPER LEFT PlCTURE: Mrs. Haab, Bonnie Stein, Lila Steid- inger, Rita Stephen, Beverly Crouch making candy. UPPER RIGHT PICTURE: Officers: Phyllis Lindsey, treasurer, Carol Sue Rieger, vice-president, Mrs. Haab, advisor, Nancy Parsons, president, Ruth Kuerth, secretary. GROUP PICTURE: Front row: ldalee Bryant, Penny Walker, Marilyn Zimmerman, Bev- erly Crouch, Mildred Deany, Jane Ebach, Jean Fortna, Kay Schmidt. Second row: Ogreta Stephen, Louise Baker, Marjorie Wenger, Lena Brown, Carol Sue Rieger, Nancy Parsons, Ruth Kuerth, Phyllis Lindsey, Lucille Maurer, Patricia Shelby, Sharon Johnston. Third row: Mrs. Haab, Rita Keeley, Janet Moser, Helen Whitfill, Beth Tomlinson, Marilyn Metz, Donna Lou Wo- mack, Eileen Pope, Barbara Roy, Louise Maurer, Shirley Crump, Ruth Metz, Mary Honegger, Harriet Schrof, Jacqui Barber, Margaret Honegger, Beverly Fellers, Lila Steidinger, Marlene Shive. Fourth row: Dorothy Steidinger, Sharon Moore, Bonnie Stein, Jo Anne Gingerich, Rita Stephen, Kay Lindenbaum, Joan Marlin, Barbara Meyer, Juanita Follmer, Berneta Moore, Dor- othy Lanz, Donna Lou Farney, Yvonne Hippen, Leatrice Moore, Rose Anne Hacker, Marjorie Kyburz, Betty Hartman. A rn, fl'- 1 tbl!! HCMECOMING yy , S.. "kf"..+v wr' ' We Alumni from the Forrest and Strawn high schools along with F SW alumni returned to Forrest for the annual Homecoming which was held September 28th through the 30th Activities began with a pep meeting on Main street Thursday evening Coaches Gardner and Hagerman gave rousing pep talks followed by a few words from Bob King and Captain Del bert Roy F S W s band provided music and the cheerleaders were on hand to lead vells Friday afternoon a colorful parade led by the marching band proceeded down Main street. Floats were entered by the high school classes and civic organizations. The F. F. A. for the second consecutive ycar took first place in high school competition with the sophomores winning second. The seniors won third place with their float which revealed the identity of the King and Queen. Tu A large crowd at Memorual Fneld saw the Esknmos capture a l3 O vlctory over the Saune mln Eagles on Fraday mght The half time show was presented by the F S W marchnng band Nancy Parsons and J C Ebach the 1950 Homecoming Queen and Kang were crowned at the dance on Saturday nnght by the royalty of last year DeLons Maurer and Donald Hartman The Queen was attended by Dorothy Stendunger Lu culle Maurer and Margone Kyburz Thesr escorts were Delbert Roy Franklun Somers and Kenneth Hallam respectuvely Chuck Granger s orchestra provided mJsnc from 9 to 12 un the beautifully decorated gym whnch followed the theme My Blue Heaven J.:-fx , T! . . 1:'. 'r It , . - 1 A rv ' -.1 1 - . x ':.'- tvciwg hh l . ' I Q , Sw-, S 5 ,, " 'fs '-.4 vflf 1 4 M, 'ir r,,.A D, Q.. ..f vt -, I , - rj. ' gg :pw Q1 5:- f Q r 'x -S- Vi! EAGLE 5 3 4 , d"w . ,. C . ., N 'S 'J' 2 - Q ' ' ' v . ' A 1., 7 if ,- 5 ,Y yn . x - ng A M - SS K ff' ' 1 4 fm ' ' F E 7 'un GIRLS. FRONT ROW: Sharon Moore, Beverly Fellers, Marilyn Zimmerman, Louise Maurer, Louise Baker, Lucille Maurer, Ogreta Stephen, Marjorie Kyburz, Lena Brown, Lucy Hlavas, Penny Walker, Jacqui Barber, Ruth Metz. SECOND ROW: Mrs. Cummins, Iola Yoder, Helen Whitfill, Beverly Crouch, Shirley Crump, Marjorie Wenger, Jean Fortna, Marilyn Metz, Yvonne Hippen, Sharon Johnston, Margaret Honegger, Harriet Xi' WJ5' if Schrof, Betty Hartman, Lila Steidinger, Mary Honegger, Jane Ebach, Beth Tomlinson. THlRD ROW: Mildred Deany, Bonnie Stein, ldalee Bryant, Kay Schmidt, Nancy Parsons, Ruth Kuerth, Donna Lou Farney, Rita Keeley, Juanita Follmer, Ethel Waibel, Barbara Meyer, Patricia Shelby, Kay Lindenbaum, Donna Lou Womack, Barbara Roy, Carol Sue Rieger. Participation in the Vermillion Valley contest and the annual concert were the main activities of the choruses. The girls were directed by Mrs. Lu- etta Cummins and the boys by Kenneth Fahsbender until he was called to the army. BOYS. FRONT ROW: Eldon Waibel, J. C. Ebach, Duane EI- bert, Paul Everett, Clyde Koehl, Marvin Roth, Ronald Coyne, Robert Rinkenberger, Benjamin Metz. SECOND ROW: Leon Kaisner, John Honegger, James Jacobs, Perry Wenger, Delbert Roy, Don Goembel, Carlos Miller, Vernon Maier, Edward Schrof. iv lk 'if' 1' AZ, f lin Lucy Hlavas Yvonne Hippen. SECOND ROW: Mariorie Wenger, Phyllis Yoder, Charles Kammerman Bonnie Stein, Donna Lou Farney, Marjorie Kyburz, James Jacobs, Sharon Moore, Barbara King Jacqui Barber, Carol Sue Rieger. THIRD ROW: Rozanne Jacobs, Carolyn Shelby, Mary Honegger Donna Lou Womack, Marilyn Metz, William Skinner, Donald Spence, Ralph Gee Ronald Metz Donald Metz, Juanita Follrner, Donald Metz, Lucille Maurer, Patricia Shelby, Margaret Honegger, lola Yoder, Nancy Parsons. FOURTH ROW: Nancy Goodpasture, Barbara Roy Penny Walker, Lila Steidinger. FRONT ROW Phyllis Lindsey, Kay Lindenbaum, Ruth Kuerth, Joan l-lonegger, Sue McLough- Officers. lm . ' Patr Dregld , 'Cla Sh F S c H O B N D Nancyerg' Lufflle Maureelby WCB arsons Dres r llbrarliift Although the band is an important part of most school activities, it sel- dom receives the credit it deserves. For years the Forrest band has been an appreciated-even envied-group as they marched at football games, in the Homecoming parade, and provided half-time entertainment for basketball games. During the year they exchanged assembly programs with several schools and held their annual concert and Tri-School Festival. This hard-working group was under the able direction of Mr. Kenneth Fahsbender until January 5, when he was called to serve in the armed forces. 39 FQ' ,gs " "H.""'lA H' MUSIC ENSEMBLES CLASS TRIOS Marjorne Kyburz Nancy Par sons Ruth Kuerth Dona Daniel Yvonne Huppen Juanuta Foil mer Mary Honegger Lucy Hla vas Penny Walker Jane Ebach Harrlet Schrof Sharon Moore YL W FLUTE QUARTET Joan Honegger Sue McLoughlin Lucy Hla vas Yvonne Hnppen I 1 Cloa Yode, RASS SE 9 M ans XTET 5Llre,. D Y pa so CLARINET TRIO Phyllis Lindsey Kay Linden baum Ruth Kuerth rr 'VS aid ez Parncla Uamp e a Follmer SAXOPHONE QUARTET Carol Sue Rneger Jacqui Barber Maryorne Kyburz James Jacobs 'milf 4 FRONT ROW Louise Baker Jacqul Barber Clyde Koehl Rlchard Blundy J C Ebach John Honegger Ronald Crane Glen Davls Phyllns Lmdsey Marlorue Kyburz SECOND ROW Mr Kennedy Yvonne Hlp pen Lucy Hlavas Penny Walker Beverly Crouch Mary Honegger Marllyn Metz Beth Tomlinson Shirley DRAMATICS The Dramatlcs Club production Winter Sunset won a thurd duvnsuon ratung nn the dnstrlct contest The cast at the right Included Penny Walker as the spnteful wufe John Honegger as her husband and the son of Jean Johansen Duane Elbert was the understandnng doctor Under the dnrectnon of Mr Kennedy, the play was also presented before an all school assembly hgh Crump Betty Hartman l-larrlet S hrof Lucnlle Maurer Ogreta Stephen BACK ROW Louuse Maurer Mar jorlc Wenger Donna Lou Farney Ruta Keeley Carol Sue Rleger Joan Marlun Ethel Waubel Juanlta Follmer Patrncla Shelby Donna Lou Womack Barbara Roy Kay Lmdenbaum Sharon Moore 41 f UDDEU' Dxref-wr ON TWXRLER5 VI- Shar0f'QZaT a BAT p NKafxNfW Nxeand rum T0 men X Koeh C:Ze325ruLeY'Ma Tam C 'O 'german Rig,-nhnS0"' YN Que Bd r' LITERARY CONTESTANTS Duane Elbert Patrlcla Shelby John Honegger Marlorue Kyburz MUSIC AND LITERARY SCENES Rut 42 Vernon TESTAN TS MUSIC CON Maier C'Vde UCI Hlavas Pe Koehi mam' Kuerrh "nv Walker J a FO"mef Barbara Meyer aan Johansen 41 f rf! ,M x, K W. MR. F. F. A TV ,',, ,, ' Band I . ,X . 'V -I - 'Or' V ' D , "?':.b'.A V+ 5 H. 'QI ' ., ' -v ' ' YE! ,Ag V V , . 5 ' L . I .'i575. - qv X ' , , fL,1i,, Ln .F ' I 0 D, ' YY 9-X ' ai' R- E , f , ' , 1 1 X. S' , ,Y pe S , ' ' , 1 Q, smzcml Moments VM A Ihlfla ealu e Women rand 'fl Q 'lpn elf, vs ks. Studems pgnce relax if Square C Last year s h h ug salesmen Marulyn M "wh S'5ool etz and Roy Young crown Jane Ebach and Joh H n ormckle Kung and Queen ofthe 1951 campaugn Cir 3 SENIOR PLAY The F S W sensors presented a three act comedy of home lnfe The Famuly Upstaurs on November 22 The cast Included Joe Heller the father J C E ach Erma Heller the mother Patrncua Shelby Louuse Heller the elder suster Nancy Parsons Wllluc Heller the brother Frank Somers Annabelle the baby suster Lucille Maurer Charles Grant Louuse s boy frnend Delbert Roy Mrs Grant his mother Barbara Meyer Herbert Grant hrs brother Dale Kuntz Mnss Calahan a dressmaker Ogreta Stephen The top pucture shows the entire cast They are SEATED Frank Somers Lucille Maurer Dale Kuntz Patrncua Shelby Nancy Parsons STANDING Barbara Meyer Ogreta Stephen J C Ebach and Delbert Roy The other puctures show last munute rehearsal scenes . . . , ........... . V , ........... . , ....... . . , .......... .. , ........... . JUNIOR PLA? Seventeenth Summer was given by the juniors on April I3 The cast included Angie the girl Donna Farney Margaret her engaged sister Yvonne Hippen Lorraine her hopeful sister Carol Rieger Kitty her lO year old sister Louise Maurer Mrs Morrow her mother Juanita Follmer Mr Morrow her father Ronny Crane Jack the boy David McLoughlin Art Margaret s fiance Lyle Honegger Martin Lorraine s hope Dick Doran .lane a menace Phyllis Lindsey Tony a boy friend Perry Wenger Margie a girl friend Leatrice Moore Fitz her steady Carl Short The top picture show the entire cast. They are SEATED: Carl Short, David McLoughlin, Lyle Honegger, Dick Doran, Louise Maurer, Phyllis Lindsey. STANDING: Juanita Follmer, Ronny Crane, Yvonne Hippen, Donna Farney, Carol Rieger, Perry Wenger, Lealrice Moore, The other scenes show last r-ninute rehearsals. -fypis! s PNP: QOPV sv-TV f Ii M y ,J P""1lH"""'l DA LV DOINGS Serving a meal ln Hot Lunch room an hh! 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Y Q, .A F -,gg 6 tb fg d be 01, bb outstandto 81 tw ed to D Hhs hal! Q V? A X A wr ,Jimi f,.f'b-5 bosgfdpafs ff'12r,, fw 9' gut Cv th'-'11 oieriogf ng:fedB12i Ros- ' '.' S ' 1' "fog, 03110 bf'vf""1 .arf DETSIY1' f3lZ5:Ha.. szudefgld w-if in gf". .1 ' Ib Q 66- 0 01, lb I ui' aw? 510 DLE Z. ldowne' .. , K 4 Ji, ,. V , U 1, 13325 D: , A .V I V 5 ,, . ' 55 roo'rsAi.L SQUAD FRONT ROW: Ronald Coyne, Edward Schrof, Glenn Davis, John Honegger, John Hornickle, Donald Spence, Tommy Stephens, Paul Everett. MIDDLE ROW: Dwayne Beal, Neil McLoughlin, Lyle Honegger, Donald Kemp, Ralph Gee, Kenneth Hallam, Frank Somers, Clyde Koehl. BACK ROW: Assistant Coach Hagerman, J, C. Ebach, Roy Young, Ronald Crane, Delbert Roy, Maurice Huette, David McLoughlin, Dannv Moulton, Dick Doran, Coach Gardner. SEASON RECORD Won 6 Lost 3 FSW O Chenoa 27 here FSW O Onargo 6 V.V. there FSW 2l Cullom 7 V.V. here FSW 26 Heyworth 6 here FSW l 3 Cridley I2 there FSW l3 Saunemin O V.V. here FSW O Fairbury 33 there FSW 25 Herscher 6 V.V. there FSW I4 Chatsworth O V.V. here FOOTBALL SU M MARY The Eskimos opened their 1950 grid campaign at Onarga, unaware of the grave importance which hung on this initial contest, and dropped a close 6-O decision.. This game proved to be the deciding factor in conference play as the Indians remained undefeated and the "blub- ber-eaters" did the same from this point on. The next V. V. encounter pitted Saunemin against Forrest in a thrilling Homecoming battle which was snatched by the home team l3-O. The following week Herscher acted as host, and almost acted as winner, but a determined band of Eskimos fought back in the second half to overcome the Tigers 25-6. Of the next four games, three found the Eskimos play- ing the three top teams of the Mid-State Conference, a tough one in football. First of all came Chenoa. The Red- birds proved entirely too much and the FSW team suc- cumbed 27-O on Memorial Field. The following week Cullom, i944 V. V. champs, bowed to the home town boys 21 -7. The next two games were played against the Mid- State co-champs, Cridley and Fairbury. The first game against Crirdley, contrary to the fans' predictions, proved quite interesting with the Eskimos knocking the Redskins from the undefeated ranks with a stunning l3-l2 upset. The FSW gridders found the following week that all co-champs are not alike as the Fairbury Tartars dealt them a 33-O defeat. The Eskimos ended their football season with a i4-O victory over their V. V. neighbor, Chatsworth, thus winning second place in the Vermillion Valley conference. This game was unique in Eskimo football annals, being played in deep snow with the boys wearing gloves and "long handled" underwear for protection against the bitter cold. Seniors who played their last game on the high school squad are Roy, Somers, Hallam, Ebach, Everett, and Moulton. Three boys were selected to the V. V. All-Star team. They were Roy, Somers, and McLoughlin. 'F ,' Q . -, - . M2 -. wr, s ' 5 5 o-MQ --X , fx :"x. .- Q 9,1 ' .,, I , .' .f?P',5a- ' .. V X Q j1.,Q,gi,.,--, , " v .. .5-.L -' x I-3'-' A - ,. f at I ,, 1 , ..4" ' 1: I, 1 N Qt.. A 1 M X- .. .- '1',f:ffg"' A-,L 0. ' in 1 .f- A yv.x Y S s xg Y ' 15. 'Q ' 'JE ' J J I , nl: ' .1 " ,v 1. , n .w.'?'fw'- s . I A r it ' L , . .xt , 1 av. Y . . .. x . . , ., A C., ,xv . 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'gf--4 .,..'ff1'.j , 2-ff? . 1-lfltl-q ' '- A -.f,-- ,fr vw- - A b 1 JH: I AN EVENING Many people thunk of a basketball game as only a place for enjoyment and forget the fact that some people have to work to make ut possuble Let s follow Mr Eskumo as he sees behind the scene mcndents whuch make hns evenmg a success As we approach the Igloo we get a glumpse of Iught undoubtedly whale oul fllckerung from the hand made bone lamps Advancing into the narrow snow hall we deposlt our sealskun coats whnch we fall to need In the warm ugloo Coung on we come to Mr Walrus Kennedy who gsves us admusslon IH exchange for a chunk of blubber As we enter the center of the Igloo the Esklmos band plays My Old Iceland Home to stlr the Eskumos on to vuctory Oh yes there are the Esklmos ready to challenge thelr rivals the Polar Bears What s that? Oh yes' Two tranned seals In fact they are tranned so well they can blow a whnstle Of course they re gonng to referee AN ESKIMGS IGLOO Listen to that crowd! The fellow Eskimos are really sup- porting their warriors, Those four in front of the crowd must be jumping around to keep warm. That's funny, some- body just called them cheerleaders Such a queer name- oh, well, on with the battle. Whew, and what a battle this is. Perhaps some refresh- ments will help out-nothing like good ol' blubber and raw fish. And now back to that battle again-it sure is exciting, and probably tiring, but the two teams have one consolation -that after-game refresher. Why, we can see those polar bears taking that ice water dunk now, and those Eskimos l950-l95l probably won't turn down that nice cold shower, either, So we see that a basketball game has more to it than just IO boys battling it out on a gym floor. An Eskimo game may sound like a "cold war" but here in Forrest it is always a heated contest. Q Nov. Dec. Dec. Dec. Dec. Dec. Dec Dec. Jan. Jan. Jan. Jan. Jan. Jan. Feb. Feb. Feb. Umm -arms, rvilfildl 1 'iai' 1 l l 5,7 'Ill 'GI' BASKETBALL SQUAD FRONT ROW: Assistant Coach Hagerman, Rich Blundy, Glenn Davis, Lyle Honeg- ger, Carl Short, Perry Wenger, David McLoughlin, Ronny Crane, Jerry Gulliford, Neil Mclgoughlin, Eldon Waibel, Coach Gardner. BACK ROW: Assistant Manager George Kuntz, Donald Spence, Ronny Coyne, Bob Rinkenberger, Don Kemp, Dwayne Beal, Maurice Huette, Jim Jacobs, Ralph Gee, Dick Doran, Tommy Stephens, limmy Virkler, Manager John Honegger. THE ESISIMOS' RECORD FSW Varsity FSW Reserves 21 Games won 20 6 Games lost 3 78'M7 Percentage of wins 87'-My 1731 Total points scored lFSWl 1140 1234 Total points scored iOpponentsl 707 64 Average points per game lFSWl 50 46 Ave. points per game lOpponentsl 31 RECORD Feb. 13 Chenoa-H 57 ea 45 Varsity Reserves Feb. 16 Onarga-T 78 3 32 FSW Q FSW 9 Feb. 20 Mid-County-T 72 66 61 31 33 27 Forrest Invitational Holiday Tourney jf gg 23 36 Dec., 27 Chatsworth 63 4 4 28 Dec. 29 Gibson City 5 9 7 Dec. 30 Wenona 27 38 45 30 62 41 51 32 Vermillion Valley Conference Tourney 80 42 53 33 Jan. 9 Piper City 53 57 43 30 Jan. 11 Cullom 63 35 44 33 I Chatsworth-H 75 41 48 7 l. H. S. A. Regional Tournament 50 35 55 18 Feb. 28 Gardner 64 46 57 42 Mar. 1 St. Paul of Odell gi Pontiac Freshman-Sophomore Tourney 64 '51 48 26 Mar. 10 Lexington 70 46 61 16 Mar. 12 Pontiac Chatsworth--T 71 52 47 32 Mar. 13 Chenoa lConsolationl 61 SEASON l J" "'! A determined band of underclassmen set forth to prove that experience and age are not everything and well they did, com- piling a brilliant record of Zi wins and 6 defeats, as well as giving FSW fans a promising outlook for the l95l -52 season. With only three returning lettermen, David McLoughlin, Lyle Honegger, and Richard Blundy, Coach Gardner was forced to do a little head scratching, but came off with a winning combina- tion by adding Ronald Crane, Carl Short, and Neil McLoughlin to that nucleus. Looking back over the schedule, certain games stand out as highlights of the season: The Vermillion Valley Tourney and the Forrest Holiday Tour- nament did not turn out too successfully for FSW as the Cullom quintet eliminated the Eskimos in the semi-final game of the V. V. by a 39 to 4l score. ln the Holiday Tourney, the hosts advanced to the finals only to find a stubborn Wenona team too tough and the Mustangs dealt them a 72 to 65 loss. The Eskimos had advanced to the final round by eliminating Chats- worth and Gibson City. Later the Eskimos gained sweet revenge at Cullom, smashing the hometowners 64-46. The Ramblers put up a good fight for three quarters, but the FSW team proved their superiority with a red hot final quarter. Rich Blundy threaded the nets for 36 points to lead the Eski- mos to a 70-53 triumph over Onarga, the V. V. championship, and an unblemished ll3-Oi record for the season, The Eskimos were amazingly "hot" as they hit a phenomenal percentage of 51996. 62 ln the second Chenoa game, the Forrest-Strawn-Wing hoop- sters staged a desperate last quarter comeback to knot the score at 54-54 in an attempt to avenge their earlier defeat. Dave McLoughlin sank a 25-footer in the waning seconds of the game to send the Eskimos into an additional three minutes. By the middle of the overtime all of the regulars had fouled out but Ron Crane, who found the "hot-shooting" Redbirds too much for him and his second string mates, and succumbed 57-63. The Forrest-Strawn-Wing Eskimos took an easy first game win in the Pontiac Regional by downing Gardner, 49-32, but saw their hopes of reaching the sectional for the fourth time in five years dampened by a determined St. Paul of Odell five who later advanced on to the "Sweet Sixteen." The FSW lads were ap- parently on their way to victory as they led 65-60 with 43 seconds remaining, but the tide changed and the Saints roared back to take a one point lead, which was the deciding margin. The Eskimo reserves also compiled an outstanding record of 20 wins and 3 defeats for the season, being toppled only once in the regular schedule of play by Onargo, 34-32, and by Pontiac and Chenoa in the Pontiac Frosh-Soph tourney by scores of S4-5l and 45-35 respectively. Thus ended a fine season for the Eskimos. Although defeated in each of the 3 tournaments, the boys still had a sensational 2l-6 record and the Vermillion Valley championship to their credit, No team in regular V. V. play came closer than l5 points to the Champs. I l HIGHLIGHTS P? 1 . 13: 2 L, Wi 4 ' 'iz L .., ,A A b N "'--:Q "" .fy x R. ' V in ' 5 ,, Sp 'Qi er fires from the side Q' 1 N 5- q: ggm-MM L ,M fm n ,w Q, .yi by Q V,ii A U M, iii ,Q I4 ' 'YW ,V ' - 4, fairy, Q, f, ,,,, A if L 52 ,fa Crane does it like this Y: Honegger Nik? 3 1232 'iw f ow v 3 9 V.. QA . 17, , I ye' ' 5 8? ,-..4l pushes n ' Q 5,,5, ,s 5,5 I iff .,,,fgi. X x '11 v, D' wi-'Q if 1' WMV msg-'f"f-' - 51 "L 'beq':f'f . W 'JPN' A :xr IH 'Na ' 4' ' Ei McLoughlin fries "Mikan' J. 1- ,L , E 'Y .44 1 let Qi-95x "T ,Al ' , ll? 'il Munn, 54 T'a5,fz"'v1, " .1 Mel 1f'iz'ny9g3m,f,,g 1 f Q2 QM. J -vs.. I I g l I - J ' v ' ,Q ,JWM ,ii - r 1 ,,,,,,.,, G ii . ' - - I 1 Y -,K ' My ui, ,J W 1 'E F I +f - 3 , H fgyfy 3 A f W S ,I E W m y 'W rf, ' I X, ,4 1, wc. an . 'fm 3' . K X.. Q. li' 3 . J , ' Ifztgfi J. ,-1 I . 1 A . Y "l in ' v.Q ,fine-' '- s 5 1 i ai .lg I I ' Ralph Gee goes high to score wo gf' O x 0.0091 1 O , - ' iff I , X ' . ' . b'f':fi'v - 'I V ' A 'il 'lv 9 h L!-." ."L, . , A 1 .- , f lf ' " Z ,f di -I A Q !,, t 'li P DP Q KF v X' Davis drives for two points V' if U 1 H uf f f :Ae Mi pf fx vi ,fy wwf 'f ' ull 'N' M' ag.. ........-... '11, 'So f-W gt """3'5' 354 aw-. .., 'ff is we .vt-ure' 5 wiv .J Ar., PN., Q wink WC. ,,.:"' H mf- .-H ,Z yigxw- 1?' nf" ' ' if 1, K-,wr """w, m' "4 in -'yn Ax 'Lai' AM. ,., .Q,,f.fN 'H an - Q nw 1. sa M ww 'Q My .pq l in lvl H K -... x M " 'B Mig Maj, ,22!!.1f-1wA f I , A.-mv FW: any 4 wk f f . Ji r I, 'MJ' Yvyfi.. ,ff me-ff MKWJIGKYBWBB' 2' L f una f qw- M- 4 vel Y 69 1, wa m m KM? 42, fa GRADE scuools S 1 L N A G w N KJ' nw .1 W, av' .4 ,,- .:.f. ...--A Ag ' 5 ,Z . -K .. Q., L 9, Q N Q., . - an nf ,bk 'W f-arf! nf L fig aww mea? 4 Q T ' M 5-5 Q-v, . K vi 735-.1 17 "4 4249? ' 'Mf L S r,QQ'3F' Q2 f , .mf 4 . 1:5 .J .2 CJ, wife ,gif-gg ,,,, -xt' Q e Q.. 'fi.5'3 gf H52 uxgiv ,jj MQ' H H bjvyg ' f M W I -,. r - V ff' ,fig A 'W ' LJ Q' ' I i X ipgrfl Kr ry A . , . Q0 ,Nw ,Vx 1 -sp- . f, 'I ' 5 'Q 4 A ' f . ' ' Ht, 1 yr ,h . P vx ' 4 X ' ' ' Q J' Y - -- . ' t ' . 3 , i . , 5 Q f 4 1 H ,Q J 5 V IQ! , V1.3 1,256.1 ,..l,. W fat? i . . Q f 4 1 ll 1 ' I - O Q B 1 ,M I fi 1.5 N r W' Qs". Z-',B.fi'f,' .x :-.- f FRONT ROW: Kenneth Kaisner, Geneva Warder, Roger Weddle, Mary Edwards, Bobby Gillespie, Jimmy Crump, James l-lonegger, Wilda Leathers, Beatrice Bratcher, Miss Fern West. SECOND ROW1 Nicky Ricketts, Carol Waibel, Sherman Ogden, Shirley Fellers, Jerry Bachtold, Dennis Franklin, Judy Edwards. THIRD ROW: Betty Jo Lindsey, Joseph Steidinger, William Craig, Linda Rieger, Herbert Bach- told, Larry Whitfill, David Bachtold, Clifford Kinate, Dennis Koehl, Jean Ann Martin. lDavid Franklin absent.J F.G.S. FRONT ROW: Larry Lutrell, Mary Faye Hanshew, Charlene Kammermann, Kay Masters, Mary Lew Garrels, James Poole, Alan Metz, Hinda Lindsey. SECOND ROW: Eugene Hardesty, Joyce Davis, Jerry Bracken, John Spencer, Josephine Warder, Samuel Terrell. THIRD ROW: Joseph Steidinger, Leon Follmer, Charles Wells, Andrea Hlavas, James Bracken, Miss Rita Kurtenbach. 'HHRD GRADE 15-1-1 I wvvgama M W 4. 2, S523 Q ig C awww' S' 1 1gff':-iq . Y ,Q J'- .M . ,,' f Q is-W 'Suit ffvi. i .., v 4 l 'T 'D ' 21 V, J N f . KX' T X 1 Nh x Q 0 l FOURTH ' GRADE FWTH GRADE xi 05 Yu 4.3 -It-fs EHXTH GRADE 'Eve FRONT ROW: Roger Farney, Gordon Honegger, Larry Jupln, Louise Gooch, Edna Steidinger, Clarene Coyne, Marilyn Kyburz, David Crouch, SECOND ROW: Suellen Cunningham, Robert Hammer, George Bowen, Bill Smith, Keith Reiger, George Smith, Carol Hodgson, Mirian Bachtold, Jane Lindenbaum, Johnnie Schrof, Loren Hodgson, Joe Ogden. THIRD ROW1 Edward Fincham, David Farney, Don Good! pasture, Francis Hanshew, Charles Merritt, Jack Moore, Gaylon Bach, Nancy Wallace, Lynn Anderson, Nancy Honegger, Sharon Bachtold, Mrs. Erma Veatch, John Beal. F.G.S. FRONT ROW: Wilda Mae Huddleston, Evelyn Stickels, Dean Parsons, Donald Custer, Jerry Purkey, Doris Dubree, Joann Lindenbaum, Barbara Behrns. SECOND ROW: Jeanette Lindenbaum, Marilyn Doran, Marilyn Barber, Roger Bachtold, John Bachtold, Robert Righter, THIRD ROW: Ray Meenen, Junior Warder, George Stephen, Paul Fortna, Shirley Bachtold, Karel Anliker, Marlene White, Gwendolyn Hippen, Wayne Roberts, Mrs. Jesse Honegger. xi. i ,7 ' il. I' Q-.LJ FRONT ROW: Dale Lindenbaum, Donald Metz, Gary Honegger, Jimmy Garrels, Larry Sohn, Junior Davis, Clair Custer, James Hardesty, Richard Steffen. SECOND ROW: Max Moore, Doris Steidinger, Glenn Beal, Roland Kinate, Harry Trimmer, Marlene Stickels, Margaret Fehr. THIRD ROW1 Joan Honegger, Betty Sinnett, Shirley Kammerman, Gene Waibel, Charles Baysinger, Gayland Young, Sharon Kammerman, Dale Cottingham, Sue McLoughlin, Mrs, Belle Householder, Rozanne Jacobs. E.G.S. FRONT ROW: Carl Schrof, Junior Hardesty, Norma Spence, Leonard Roth, Carol Koehl, Jimmy Stickles, David White, SECOND ROW' Jan Bach, Shirley Putnam, Wanda Coyne, Gloria Crump, Jerry Honegger, Ronny Metz, Georgia Harris, Fern Davis, Carolyn Shelby, Sharon Kinate THlRD ROW' Barbara King, Nancy Good- pasture, Charles Kammermann, Kenneth Hanshew, John Bourg, Larry Vlfenger, Micky Doran, Danny Follmer, Mrs Hazel Barclay, lfixbeent: Merle Yoder, Lenita Tammeny 'ffl SEVENTH W, GRADE W :S " rf- fr F 5' I -.q Q I Q, , l 5 C J i' '1 sl.-rr :Siu ' ' F' m ...M-ma ig. . . ' .1-.--4-Y A me -ff, new -, v . yivrlwx, 1 RW I ' ' A us? f N--4' .9--v--,'g .-K EIGHTH GRADE FWRST AND SECDND GRADES 105 , . Q, 'A , ,, 5 J M4 'Ll 'wfai :jeff T 73' V, Mila Q' ,i , V 7 x 1 4' A la .Ii . M, as 46. .AA .-Y cl' . , . N A X ' "I H' It A V J , e ,:f,, FRONT ROW: Fred Aellig, Stephen Hallam, Ronald Rieger, Raymond Bryant, Rich- ard Bachtold, Charles Farney, Steven Rieger, Everett Donaldson. SECOND ROW: Gerald Farney, Gene Hagerman, Carole Baker, Barbara King, Jerry Wilborn, John Houck, Karen Benway, Slearen Benway, THlRD ROW: Marcia Stein, Karen Maier, Barbara Rinkenberger, Dianna Farney, Joseph Keeley, Jackie Honegger, Donna Benway. FOURTH ROW: Mrs, Odette Singer, Wayne lfft, Paul Lanz, Duane Martin, Charles Caoembel, Joyce Kuntz, Jenna V. Parsons, James Farney. S.G.S. FRONT ROW: Doris Ringler, Magdalene Goembel, Shirley Bryant, Roger Read, Donna Lee Mueller, Helen Aaron, Nancy King. SECOND ROW: Robert Roth, Jerry Broquard, Russell Schneider, Annette Sutter, Patricia Farney, Brenda l-lonegger, Arthur Metz, George Bradley, THIRD ROW: Rosanne Keeley, Billy Decker, Donna Donaldson, Beverly Anliker, James Aellig, Alfred Donaldson, Hqrhry Sohn. FOURTH ROW: Miss Vera Gullberg, Elmer Lanz, June Birkner, Beverly Ellis, Clarence Parsons, Joy Knauer, Della Marie Baker, Helen Kuntz. 'HHRD AND FOURTH GRADES 0 O ,f5 Y? 4 5 G v FRONT ROWQ Jackie Rinkenberger, Mary Kuntz, Lucille Sohn, Doris Bryant, Jcrrv Roth, Ronald Moore, David Metz. SECOND ROW: Celia Kuntz, Wanda Kiefer Carol Goembel, Wilma Bradley, Beverly Shave, Maxine Martin, Donald Gene Baker THIRD ROW: Miss Helena Franey, Kenneth Schneider, Kenneth Baker, Judith Traub, Gerald Parsons, Joann Keeley, Mary Ringler, Eugene Bachtold, Albert Bryant. S.G.S. FRONT ROW: Martha Moore, Duane Schneider, Judith Thompson, Nancy Bryant, Ruth Keifer, Harvard Bargmann. SECOND ROW: John Rath, Marilyn King, Marv Walters, Ronald Mueller, Arlene Deany, John Keeley, Ronald Steidinger, THlRD ROW: Alice Lanz, Carol Elliott, Roberta Kemnetz, William Metz, Joan Martin, William Goembel, FOURTH ROW: James Geiger, Wayne Anliker, Margaret Don- aldson,MariIyn,Honegger, Donald Metz, Doris Donaldson, William Skinner Miss Catherine Kurtenbach, 0 0 B: r , i- ' 1 gi, 1 A 1 at " rn 1 .. - , '- " yr i A, 'tn I.. JV? n , 'J' 't 'N viwfih ni FIFTH SIXTH GRADES Q 1 J' " i'go' ix .'rI+'f J A 99 T FWF' SEVENTH AND EIGHTH GRADES FIRST SECOND GRADE THIRD S 4' 0 l' if ii FOURTH AND EWTH GRADES , , Y. - V W Q, , f.,A,, , i 'Bat A qu' . ffqlw 4 xy ' ln. 1 fr w Q' N .,, . 1 i 'X Q ' A as A , ,Y -ff' s -, .f X s L., 1 .L '29 Mx, 0 3 ffjj , W, ff r - -'rn S FRONT ROW. Susan Gardner, Mary Alice Horine, Jane Miller, Julia Brown, Larry Maurer, Donna Bradley, Merabeth Ebach, Marjorie Brown, Janet Brown. SECOND ROW: Janice l-lonegger, Darrel Embry, Marilyn Schmidt, Bonnie Metz, Beverly Horine, Genevieve Moore, Charles Cole, Harold Stoller. THIRD ROW: Vernon Schrof, Wayne Stork, Judith Bradley, Lynne Brauman, Thomas Gardner, Charles Farouahar, Robert Hoke, Eugene Chadd, Janice Fellers, Mrs, Marguerite Osland. , J, ,, Q Qian' .-,. WLG.S. FRONT ROW: Owen Johnston, Larry Kaisner, Gerald Embry, Robert Caughey Lloyd Honeggert SECOND ROW: Anne Miller, Mary Hirstein, Barbara Schmidt Karen Bounds, Janet Kaisner, Mary Beth Head. THIRD ROW: Charles Chadd Phyllis Caughey, Gene Metz, Mary Kay Monahan, Henry Stork, Gary Brauman Mrs R vb Kenr-edy vvy 45' vo A, WGS r- I hgh, .Jizz 5532 s Sinha" Qs FRONT ROW Glen Schrof Gordon Pltcock Lyle Ebach Jnmm Haab Robert Bradley Howard Maurer Edwun Stork Robe Honegger Ivan Zlmmerman SECOND ROW Nelson Haa Wilma Maurer Helen Kausner Mary Chadd Carol Schrof Carol Brown Donald Stork John Stork Nancy Putcock THIRD ROW Mrs Lula Ferguson Delores Brown Betty Ross Carol Schmxdt Carolyn Metz Lena Stork Merry Faye Johnston Janet Haa Shurley Hodges SIXTH SEVENTH EIGI-Ill-l GRADES Wing School Building 5 I5- 15 490 'N ,P A-'NY A vxla .-P .... RQ., ,NOX ...l l sx.,l,g. 'Hifi guufll Q I- am Q f , Q 1.0 g Q Q 4 V fi Q' li 'i -fe if s v , figs ff' U 5:55, . I ' ff X 1 , vLwk!!, , 5' 3 ' f ' ,',,0'5 f af '.. P A , . sf , ' - ' -u 'N 'b W W v' I X V 1 uf ' LX'- . Q ' 5-All , : , . . isumos .w ll. 4 f' f 1 . - , ' f ' W .. 'UW A .V ' I '. 'Fi,,,.,,, , 1 3 in 1 . 1' fg M ,U 5 1 .swag-m.g. ,V 5. - wr, :fo mfggg w g ,,5 V ., J , Lk bilglsqw Li m? Jhf. V 3... nw VL i Q , . Q V , , in V , ., ., .- fmt H A M . .' - .. . V 'Cf 5512" "Where Was Santa" was presented by the lower grades of Strawn on December 20. This scene shows the helpers an the toy makers af er their toys were ready or Sant Ce '7 'Vers t IS scen f fri Th e O hfa gr, In IS as presented y th fddle gf., 9 of Wm ne Metz the d,e,,,,.,,,,g Sa e on De GRADE """""'U'F" 'vang SNAPS Forrest Strawn S V566 2 eg! cor w QV adm NN Q18 NN 500 neki 1vr0f"9 mf' W X' ROWM N20 6 Q3 C e0'x NN wa ,gmi wx in P WCOC rx Lax r. YVZX 82 Forrest cheerleaders C5'0'Yn Shelby Carol Koehl Sue Lynn McLoughIm FRONT ROW: Jimmy Stickels. Leon- ard Roth, Ronny Metz, Jerry Honeg- ger, Junior Hardesty. Donald Metz, SECOND ROW: Mr. Cyril Allen, Dan- ny Follmer, Mickey Doran, Kenneth Hanshew, Gayland Young, Larry Wen- ger, Gene Waibel. Max Moore, man- ager, FGRREST GRADE VARSITY The Forrest Grades, although handicapped bv a lack of height. finished a successful season. The heavyweights, sparked by Dan Follmer and Jerry Honegger, captured 7 out of I2 starts in their regu- lar schedule and in tournament play took 3rd place honors in both the County and Kankakee Sectional Heavyweight Tournaments. The lightweights also had another outstanding season, losing only three games, all to Chenoa. Led by Jerry Honegger, Ronnie Metz, and Gene Waibel. the lights had very little trouble in downing any and all opponents, other than Chenoa. Bidding for an- other sectional championship and a state berth. Coach Allen's team got to the finals of the sectional tournament only to be ousted by Chenoa, 24-23. l FRONT ROW: Jimmy Stickels, Leon- ard Roth, Ronny Metz, Danny Foll- mer, Mickey Doran, Kenneth Han- shew, Gayland Young, Larry Wenger, Gene Waibel, Jerry Honegger. Junior Hardesty. Donald Metz. SECOND ROW: Mr, Cyril Allen, Dale Linden- baum, Jimmy Garrels, Carl Schrof, Roger Bachtold, Paul Fortna, Charles Kammerman, John Bourg, Wayne Roberts, Roland Kinate, George Stephens, Larry Sohn, James Har- desty, Max Moore, manager. THIRD ROW: Gordon Honegger, Claire Custer, John Beal, Glenn Beal, Ray Edward Meenen, Donald Goodpas- ture, Keith Rieger, Dean Parsons. FRONT ROW: Jerry Roth, Harvard Bargmann, Gerald Parsons, Albert Bryant, William Goembel, Jack Rink- enberger, Jack Kuntz, SECOND ROW: Mr. Cyril Allen, Kenneth Baker, Wil- liam Metz, Bill Skinner, Wayne An- liker, Donald Metz, John Rath, Ron- ald Steidinger, John Keeley, Bobby Moore, Mgr. STRAWN GRADE BASKETBALL The Strawn graders, in their first year under Coach Allen, have produced some promising ball players. While the heavyweights won only 3 of 8 games, they furnished stiff competition to all op- ponents, The heavyweights won the first game of the county tournament, but were defeated in the account of weather, second round by two points. The lightweights were more successful in win- ning 3 of 5 games. They won their first game of the sectional, but had to forfeit their next on STRAWN GRADE BASEBALL The Strawn softball team finished the season with a record of 3 wins and l loss. The Strawn nine, boasting a victory over Forrest earlier in the season, met their only defeat in a return match. FRONT ROW: Harvard Bergmann, John Keeley, William Metz, William Skinner, Ronald Steidinger. SECOND ROW: Duane Schneider, Ronald Mueller, Donald Metz. Wayne Anliker. Q1 FRONT ROW: Robert Caughey, Hen- 7 il 'V mif'lqiNg 9 ,uni ry Stork, Gene Metz. Charles Chadd, ING i NI Robert Bradley. SECOND ROW: Terry Pitcock, Robert Honegger, Ivan Zimmerman, Lyle Ebach, Ed- win Stork, THIRD ROW: Coach Cyril Allen, Jimmy Haab, Glen Schrof, Nelson Haas, John Stork, Howard Maurer, WING GRADE BASKETBALL The Wing Grades, who had been playing basket- ball for only two years, still show a lack of experi- ence, but are progressing rapidly. lt is their first year under Coach Allen, and he has spent most of the season teaching them the fundamentals of pass- The baseball team showed up somewhat better ing, dribbling, shooting, rebounding, defense, and offense. Though this year was not so successful, the prospects for the following years are very good due to the fact that they lose only one eighth grader, Nelson Haas. By l95l-52 the Wing Bluebirds expect to have than the basketball team since more experience has baseball and basketball teams that will reflect real been gained in this sport over a period of years. credit on their school. FRONT ROW: Terry Pitcock, John Stork, Edwin Stork, Gene Metz, Jim- my Haab, Howard Maurer, Robert Bradley, Ivan Zimmerman, Coach Cyril Allen. SECOND ROW: Charles Chadd, Henry Stork, Nelson Haas, Donald Stork, Robert Caughey, Rob- ert Honegger, Lyle Ebach. SEASON BASKETBALL RECORDS Nov Nov Nov Dec Dec an an an an an an e an an an an 6 9 C 2 C 9 9 Nov Nov Nov Dec an an an e e an an 8 8 Forrest Grade School Heavywenght Lughtwenght OPP Bradley Watseka Fanrbury Watseka Cnbson Cnty Chenoa Chenoa Fanrbury C-nbson Cnty Kankakee Kankakee Pnper Cnty County Tournament Saunemnn Chatsworth Pontnac Central Pontnac St Marys Lrghtwenght Sectlonal Snbley Pnper Cnty Chenoa Heavyweight Sectional Herscher Lnmestone Chenoa Kankakee at Pontnac Herscher Kankakee Strawn Grade School Heavywenght OPP Cropsey Chatsworth Ellnot EI1not Cropsey Chatsworth Snbley Snbley Wang County Tournament Pontnac Lnncoln Pontnac St Marys Llghtwenght Sectlonal Chatsworth Heavywenght Sectional Fan rbury at Pontnac at Herscher at Kankakee PP Lightweight PP . F. O . 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BROWN Funeral Director CAMERA CRAFT STUDIO Official Tupek Photographers COCA-COLA COMPANY "The Pause That Refreshes" JOHN P COOK FUNERAL HOME CarlosC Thompson Manager COTTINCHAM S CAFE Quality Food and Courteous Service CROSSROADS CAFE A Good Place to Eat DILLER TILE COMPANY Manufacturers of Drain Tile EDUCATIONAL AIDS SERVICE DeVry Teaching Equipment FAIRBURY CONSTRUCTION COMPANY Buildings of Permanence FARMERS NATIONAL BANK Serves the Community FRED FELDMAN AND SONS Quality Clothing for Boys and Men H J FIN N ECAN Optometrist FIRST NATIONAL BANK Capital Surplus and Profits S150 OOO OO FIRST STATE BANK Your Community Banking Center WILLIAM G FOLLMER Insure To Be Sure FORNEY CHEVROLET SALES Dependable Service FORREST LOCKER PLANT Enjoy Fresh Frozen Foods ei. Forrest Forrest Normal Kankakee Falrbury Forrest Forrest Chatsworth Evanston Fairbu ry Fai rbury Fa I rbu ry Fairbu ry Fairbury Forrest Forrest Chatsworth Forrest FORREST MILK PRODUCTS Forrest Serving Our Community With Dairy Products SIDNEY HARRISON COMPANY Peoria Cafeteria Equipment BOOSTERS HERFF-JONES COMPANY World's Most Beautiful Class Rings HONEGGERS' AND CO., INC ' R istered Chicks Eggs 4HFeeds U S eg HUNTINGTON LABORATORIES INC Janitorial Supplies CHEMICAL CO INTERNATIONAL Janitors Supplies Floor Finishes HAROLD JACOBS Man KECK S AGENCY Forrest Huntington Ind Chicago Forrest Faurbury Insurance Strawn J KEMNETZ I ternatlonal Implements J Plymouths Ch ryslers n Forrest KINGS ELECTRIC SHOP IA Iiances t Electrica pp Minn Hotpoln Owatonna JOSTEN S Jewelers for Junior and Senior Classes AIR SERVICE LINDSEY S SINCL and General Overhauling Towing LY CO LIVINGSTON GRAIN AND SUPP Dean Koehl Mgr Coal Feed Seed Grain LIVINGSTON SERVICE CO Phil Rieger and Wm Schmidt MA Sl G A Groceries Fresh Fruits Vegetables D IOC STORE MARTIN S 5 AN The Biggest Little Store in Town McDOWELL STORE Meats Groceries Fresh Fruits Vegetables MEADOW GOLD DAIRY All Kinds of Dairy Products MRS. LOUIS MEYER Strawn Independent Oil Company MlLLER'S HYBRIDS Hybrid Seed Corn and Hampshire Hogs PLATT, INCORPORATED Representatives for Wayne School Buses PAXTON TYPEWRITER CO. Office and School Equipment Forrest Forrest Forrest Forrest Forrest Strawn Kankakee Strawn Forrest Chicago Bloomington Indianapolis, Ind. Your Standard Oil I , C' . , , fflib F S W BOOSTERS PONTIAC OFFICE SUPPLY CO Complete Offlce Furnlshungs QUAKER OATS COMPANY Strawn W C-ram Lumber Coal Feed Seed D AND COMPANY Bloomington The Store That Sells Everythmg mg W B REA REIS CLEANERS Falrbury Excellent Cleannng Servuce RICHMOND DRY GO ODS All Kmds of Gifts Forrest G C- RICSBY Forrest Local Pharmacnst ROYAL BLUE AN D SANITARY MARKET Vnrgul Farney Mnlt Far Forrest ney Propnetors SCHOOL MUSIC SERVICE Champalgn Everythmg for the Musncnan SEARS ROEBUCK AND COMPANY Chatsworth Servung Central Illlnols wuth Quallt M AN Falrbury Forrest Physician and Surgeon L G SHADDLE AND C C SHADDLE Dentusts Forrest SMITH J EWELRY Fnne Qualuty Dram Pontnac onds Watches Snlver STEWARTS SUPER MARKET Forrest The Store Wuth the School Spurlt SWEET TOOTH BO M 'ITLING CO PANY A Delnghtful Refreshment Watseka SWI N Dependable Se C- TRANSFER Forrest rvuce VAUCHN S TRUCKING SERVICE Nothung Too Close or Too Far ge or Too Small WALLACE AND A USTMAN Standard Super Servlce WOLF JACOBSON Your Chevrolet Forrest Too Lar Forrest Pontiac Dealer WALTONS AND COMPANY Faurbury Anythmg In Household Goods and Clothmg PAUL ZORN AND SON Lumestone Phosphate and o o Q I ' ' ' ' ' y erchandise DR. 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