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

 - Class of 1956

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Vf, rf ' . '5 I I iv L A 1 -A This is one of the evenings when night life was almost over- flowing at FSW., These 'fupek staff members found no better place to work than the floor, after having been moved from their home room by a civic meet- ing. fhe Industrial Arts Club was making noisy progress in the shop building, while the second floor of the high school was as busy as ever with another gather- ing of students discussing plans for a coming project. . 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Activities .................. 86 A Sports ............ ..... 8 8 friends of me Eskimos ..... . . . . . 94 IIOOOI96 ,mtgfue-fvrgwf -5 V A -ft 4 f A . ,p.q,,,,5, M, A ,V st ,,, M- W . t f f ,wut -X, ,-Q.- ,Mt A f f..1.f:-Q.: 44' ta ' 'mx-Fi Q37 flfffw - f - A i if lf , 1 ' f.. -img 53'-ww in , -f ,,.H.t-,rf .W . L5 sv, .gs yksfyykqg 'wx F-Q M F 1 nw, . . ,fm H sy-wg? ' K' .l,,,,,, A 5, K A ,bmkm ,K ,ga ,,, -V L QU rm , V l P Class Sponsors 'lhomas Williamson junior class, Barbara loveless freshman class Mabel Marlar sophomore class Dedication You have given much valuable time to every activity that has taken place at FSW thrs year Your hands have guided us over rough spots and given the often needed extra push So as thanks for your help and leadership we dedicate the 1955 1956 Tupek to you The Class Spon sors 9 senior classg Alvin Kennedy, senior classg Dorothy Chamberlain, junior classg M. B. Chamberlain, O C . . . . V ex n - ' 1 Although the high school faculty meeting shown here is not a night session, it might well have been, for faculty members may be found at school practical- ly any night in the week assist- ing with games, music programs, or club meetings, working on committees, or preparing the next day's class project. These high school teachers are certain to agree that l"SW's "night life" is seldom glamorous. They are equally certain to agree that it is usually educationally worth-while and almost always necessary, t -w-www ku 'ffm DMI 4 ' if I - if A. V V '-'HJ-A 4' S-. ' ,331 " :. 'M - ,dd :'a Q4 : :ttf My - , 7 fla 51,52 T34 - - "V 8Z':" 1' Qing 7,-,ig :cfm , I - sup .vs 'X - ' 3 2335"-.rv.b, ' ,. '!f3"'a-A ln, . ,-ii f ' ,-5 PM .6 'Q' M' Mg?" .Qu ,, an ' ' I r I 5 ' 2 . . Q A, 9' fm ., , , 1' F -4.-iz '. -15 -' g sq.--L. rj -: f. !,lA'VA Q1 ' f v. A , M , 3 9 Q. w , I , V f fl' 7' V4 mga-H lv' W Ja, x ,W A 4 'Q V Q I 6 A ,H V Z T . - hw.,' a- 4, I Q pai 1. 1 1 - 5 J ' ai 3' Kl:lTll AMSTUTZ President A. ll. TOMLINSON Superintendent Keith Amstutz, Stuart Miller, Ernest Brauman Late Hours, Hard Work Characterize Our Board This year the school board had an extra headache added to the many that are common throughout a usual year. The present building problems were the cause. Although the new building will house the grade school, the old structure will have to be re-modeled to hold the high school. Actual building is to get under way toward the end of the year. All the board mem- bers, as well as Prof and the architects, have been meeting regularly trying to smooth out some of the obstacles. School budgets, finances, and teach- ers salaries are also items that must be settled during the year. Lnder the leader- ship of Keith Amstutz, president, the board handles all situations to the best of their ability. MABEL NIARLAR A. B., M. A. Assistant Superintendent VERA GULLBHRG Strawn Grade Principal CQYRI1. Al.LliN .-X. H. Forrest Grade Principal I.lI. X Hi RCIL Sr A H, 5. Wing L1rm1cPrir1t'1p4xl P JAMES HASHBARGER, B. S. American History Assistant Coach it j"1"f , BARBARA LOVELESS, B. S. Girls' Physical Education Sponsor: Freshman Class, G.A.A. GLENN PlCKE'l"l', B. A. Boys' Physical Education, World History, Athletic Coach A Strong Faculty, Good Classworku A look into Illinois is the topic for the day by the junior History Class. The class, taught by Mr. James Hashbarger, has just completed a Constitution test to qualify for graduation. "Whoops! Excuse mell' This is one of the expressions overheard during one of the weekly co-rec sessions. The sophomore class, below, is playing a hard game of volleyball. This truly is a game that is 'every gal and guy for himself." Among other co-rec activities are dancing, badminton, and ping-pong. This class provides old-fashioned fun for everyone. Fundamentals in Our High School "We're the younger generation and the future of the nation.' The truth of this statement could lie in the melody being sung here by the 75 members of the FSW girls' chorus. Under the direction of Mrs. Cummins, the girls gather in the gym twice weekly and practice for their own enjoy- ment and some of their public appearances. JOHN GRIESEMER, B. S. lnstrumental Music Boys' Chorus l Both hands and head must co-operate in order to take advantage of the many opportunities offered in in- dustrial arts. Mechanical drawing, wood carving, cabinet making, and electrical wiring are all parts of this lively course that is taught by Mr. Swenson. 15 LUETTA CUMMINS, B. M. Vocal Music Girls' Chorus, Play Coach 4 'ff I, ROLLAND SWENSON, B. S. Industrial Arts Sponsor: Industrial Arts Club TOM WILLIAMSON, B. S. English, Librarian junior Class Sponsor, Play Coach 'Q Vital Steps in Learning Are Deep in thought, the sophomore English class reviews the assignment given by Mrs. Chamberlain, their teacher. The class not only studies the usual grammar and theme writing, but literature as well, which includes such plays and short stories as 'Julius Caesar,' 'She Stoops to Conquer,' and 'Growing Up." DOROTHY CIIAMBERL.-XIN,N1. A. linglish, Latin Sponsor: junior Class, Latin Club J If you're aimin' to be ri SCkilnSU'L'SS, this would be ii t-lass to sit in on. llntler ilu- leadership of Miss Vuehlc, girls learn good manners, cooking hints, and solutions Lo l 1 S. m'ciiaxxi5ii1iLi5, u. s. hom pmb mb Home liconomics lf.ll.A. Sponsor l6 ,S Study and Practice Some of the many parts of the agriculture course are welding, making and repairing farm machinery, and building pens and fences. :lg students also attend cattle and sheep judging meets. ln the classroom they learn soil conservation and various other farm techniques. Z"""'--4 Teeth were the center of interest in the biology class the day Dr. C. G. Shaddle explained the jaws of dogs, birds, mice, and monkeys. lle told how both the teeth and jaws were formed and about their general work- ing habits. The class had been studying bone structures and the study Of such things as frogs, insects, and mammals. The highlight of the second semester was the making of heredity charts based on some outstanding trait. Although these seemed like a lot ot work, the information gathered from them may later prove valuable. PA l'RlC.l'x Ly.'Kl,l.lVAN, B. 5. Vocational Agriculture F.F.A. Sponsor Nlfxlilil. MARLAR, M. A., Asst. Supl liiology, journalism. Sponsor: Sr Class, Student Council, Tupelc, Tonic .-ll.NlfN lxl1fNNlzlJH,li. 5. Business lzducation, Senior Llass Sponsor, Business Mgr. of lupek ..,f MARGARET KOEHLER, B. S. Algebra . B. CHAMBERLAIN, B. A., M. S. Mathematics, Science Sophomore Class Sponsor 1 Yes, it's all as complicated as it looks, as either Miss Marlar or Mr. Kennedy, senior sponsors, could tell you. Here they are laying out the best route to Washington. They Serve as Counselors Cornered! Well, not really. It just looks that way because all the teachers are gathered in one place. These are their reserved seats at all assemblies. Although its only aweekly occurrence, seeing them in any other section 'just wouldn't be right? ammnn' if wisf ...mff .A "Do you suppose everyone El come?' Either Mrs. Chamberlain or Mr. Williamson, the junior spon- sors, could be asking this question aloud, hoping all their work wasn't in vain. 18 , ,sf -f Q Q . W1 M NL rg' Q CLASSES Another activity that took much time and effort from the students of all classes was nightly studying for tomorrow's assignments. This some- times was a very tedious task. But when a group got together to pass around ideas and notes, a few laughs mixed in with the seriousness made the job more enjoyable. The pleasemt results were obvious the following day when class time rolled around. 20 ' s . . LAB , . A all Mlfqn X 5 t. ,.. Q -x . ? 4 ff. 1 . ,Ba MQ. , 6 -R71 rv ,QM H -. 1 , I ' X 1 .V KW, . Um.: 1 ' Qlg. V557 f ng!-. ffff5":f rj-1 A5251 1' x- "'f-,',:m' " Q 1 , , bf'-qf .lfiffml ' .V Xgffa , T 'mrs'-r -. . VUE' 2'ff'fW'1U'-V ' 7 . . A I ii., . 5, 5- A , 1.. .J 1.51 JN 1 f ,. .ff 1 A , ' 4 i 1 1 1 , , Ag: ,I '- K. , ' 5 Y - ., , A , A mf" 'U 1 ' ff. s.,ff,pf.- 455' Y' , 'wif '. an 'S , , .,y4'?"" 75 ,V-f" , H Y I Q .4 b -. quad! we1:j,q". 1 ,.,.w mwnwf 4. V- , .101 Q- :B- 'V u s 1 .xy . ,, A J' 1,3 4 , ' .1 Iv' fy., v",gf: V LL.. , 1 'A 15" 1 ' 5-. .M A Y 1. , dv yi ', W. VV: X.. fjfiw .Q K ,T-.j X. 1 .pm .Either Find P 21 atb of Mak c C O HQ' Seniors Uy to ac A quxre a learned 1 Ook 3 Nei CONXMEN CEMENT TUESDAY , MAY '19, 1956 f 8 p. rn., C. D. ocessionai - - - F-S-NW Concert Band wocation ---- Rev. Eiiis Brinnon Pts Torrents in Summer" - - Giris Chorus Presentation oi Scnoiarsnio and American Legion Awards. "Sunset Soiiioquyu - f F-V1 -S Concert Banc Commencement Address - - - - Barnes Biack, Dean ot Char Niilixkin University, Decatur, mix Presentation of Grade and High Scnooi Dioiornas - - - - - - Keith Punts President, Board oi Education, Unit - Rev. Leiand 't F-S-W Concer 1 Q 'Pu-.. Senior Officers N? O-nv if:-1 "L...l ins' DONALD MET2 - Class Vice President 1, Presi- dent 45 Band 1,2,3,45 County Chorus 3,45 FFA 1,25 If Tupek Staff 25 junior Play5 National Honor Society 2,5,45 Scholastic Awards l,2,3,45 Homecoming Court 45 Boys State 35 Football 1,2,3,45 Basketball 1,2,3, 45 Senior Play5 Boys Chorus 1,2,3,45 Valedictorian. ROBERT HONEGGER - Class President l, Vice President 45 Boys Chorus 1,2,35 County Chorus 35 FFA 1,2,3, Secretary 2,35 Tupek Staff 2,3,45 Sports Editor 4, Editorial Board 33 Senior Playg Quill and Scroll 45 National Honor Society 3,45 Scholastic Awards l,3,45 Student Council 1,45 Football 1,2,3, 45 Basketball 1,25 Baseball 4. ROZANNE JACOBS - Class Secretary-Treasurer 1,3,45 Band 1,2,3,45 Pep Band 5,45 Music Camp 35 Musical Ensembles - Trio 1, Duet 3, Solo 3, Quartet 45 Girls Chorus 1,2,3,45 Mixed Chorus 35 County Chorus 3,45 FHA 1,2,3,4, Secretary 2, Parliamentarian 45 GAA 1,2,3,45 Tupek Staff 2,3,4 - Editorial Board 5, Editor 45 junior Playg Southern Belles 253,45 National Honor Society 2,3545 Scholastic Awards l,2,3,45 Homecoming Court 45 Senior Playg Quill and Scroll 4. JOAN HONEGGER - Assistant Class Secretary-Treasurer 45 Band 1,2,3,4, Librarian 25 Pep Band 2,5,45 Swing Band 35 Musical Ensembles - Flute Trio 1,3, Quartet 2, State Contest 1,33 Girls Chorus l,2,3,4, President 35 Contest Chorus 25 County Chorus 3,45 FHA l,2,3,4, His- torian 2, Degree Chairman 45 GAA l,2,3,4, Treasurer 45 Tupek Staff 2,3,4, Editorial Board 3, Editor 45 Tonic Staff 4, Editor 45 junior P1ay5 Library 45 National Honor Society 3,45 Scholastic Awards l,2,45 Student Council 45 Senior Playg Quill and Scroll 4. Beginning stages of 'Stare Fair' From wastepaper to riches 5 ' 3 ,nn 'Q ff' 1 V' r bv , A-.gr -' 'S' .,- '--- ,I xi S5-ffl MV G-v T37 Senlor GLEN BEAL Band 2 3 Boys Chorus 1 2 3 4 County Chorus 3 FFA 1 2 3 4 Basketball 1 2 DELORES BROWN Girls Chorus 2 3 4 County Chorus 3 FHA 1 2 3 4 GAA 1 2 3 4 Nation al Honor Society 4 Scholastic Award 4 CLAIR CUSTER - Band 2 3,43 Pep Band 2,33 Boys Chorus 2 3,43 County Chorus 33 Industrial Arts Club 2 3g Junior play student director. CAROL ELLIOTT - Band 1,2j Girls Chorus 1,2,3,43 County Chorus 3,43 Southem Belles 2 3,43 FHA 1,2,3,4, Camp Delegate 3, President 43 GAA 1,2,3,43 Tupek Staff 3,4, Editorial Board 4g Tonic Staff 4, Editor 4g junior play3 Senior play3 Librarian 3,43 National Honor Society 2,3,43 Scholastic Awards 1 2,43 Homecoming Court 4. WILLIAM GOEMBEL - Boys Chorus 2,3,4Q FFA 1,2,3,43 Industrial Arts Club 43 Librarian 4. GARY HONEGGER - FFA 1,2,33 Librarian 43 National Honor Society 43 Scholastic Awards 134. SHARON KAMMERMANN - Band 1,2,33 County Band 33 Girls Chorus 1,23 Tonic Staff 4, Ed- itor 4. SHIRLEY KAMMERMANN - Band 1,2,33 County Band 33 Girls Chorus 1,23 National Honor Society 2,33 Scholastic Awards 132. 24 N., 'mi 5 1...-1 3 '21 Class ROBERTA KEMNETZ - Band 1,2,3,4, Librarian 35 Girls Chorus l,2,3,4, Librarian 3, Presi- dent 45 Mixed Chorus 35 County Chorus 3,45 FHA l,2,3,4, Degree Chairman 3, Historian 45 GAA l,2,3,4, Secretary 45 Tupek Staff 3,45 Tonic Staff 3,4, Editor 45 junior play5 Homecoming Court. RUTH KIEFER - Girls Chorus 1,2,3,45 Mixed Chorus 33 FHA 1,2,3,45 GAA 1,2,3,45 Tonic Staff 4. EDWARD KNAPP - Transfer from Fairbury 45 Boys Chorus 45 Football 45 National Honor Society 45 Scholastic Award 45 Senior play. SUE MCI.-OUGHI-IN - Band 1,2,3,4, Librarian 15 Pep Band 2,3,45 Swing Band 35 Musical Ensembles - Flute Trio 1,3, Quartet 2, State Contest 1,35 Girls Chorus 1,2,3,45 County Chor- us 3,45 FHA 1,2,3,4, Historian 2, Public Relations Chairman 45 GAA 1,2,3,45 Tupek Staff 2,3,4, Editorial Board 3, Editor 45 Tonic Staff 3,4, Editor 3,45 Junior playg Senior play5 Southem Belles 3,45 Quill and Scroll 3,45 National Honor Society 2,3,45 Scholastic Awards 1,2,3,45 Homecoming Queeng Student Council 2,3,4, Secretary 3, President 4, Secretary of Kankakee District 45 Girls State Delegate 35 Salutatorian. WILLIAM METZ - Class Vice President 2,35 Band 2,35 FFA 152, Treasurer 25 Librarian 45 National Honor Society 2,35 Scholastic Awards 1,2,3,45 Homecoming Court5 Football 3,45 Basketball 25 Track 1,2,3,4, Captain 45 Senior play student director5 Salutatorian. MARTHA MOORE - Girls Chorus 1,2,3,45 County Chorus 3,45 FHA 1,2,3,4, Secretary 35 GAA 1,2,3,4, Camp Delegate 2, Treasurer 3, President 45 Tupek Staff 3,4, Editorial Board 45 Tonic Staff 4, Editor 45 junior play5 Senior playg National Honor Society 2,3,45 Scholastic Awards l,2,3,45 Homecoming Court5 Student Council 3,4, Secretary-Treasurer 45 Salutatorian. MAX MOORE - Band 15 Tupek Staff 35 Boys Chorus 45 Basketball Manager 25 Football Man- ager 1. DUANE PENNER ' Transfer from Cullom 25 Boys Chorus 2,35 Mixed Chorus 35 Football 4, Manager 25 Basketball Manager 25 Junior play5 Senior play5 Homecoming Court. 25 R? 'QWE- ,3 my i1::3"' A E' W 5 f ,X I -..,,3ff xx ' 4' gr lg 1 nr W hs...,.! if Senior Class JOHN RATH Boys Chorus 3 4 County Chorus 3 4 FFA 1 2 3 4 Tupek Staff 3 Tonic Staff 4 Librarian 3 4 CAROL SCHMIDT FHA 1 2 3 4 GAA 1 2 3 4 Tonic Staff 4 Girls Chorus 2 3 4 DUANE SCHNEIDER FFA 3 4 Industrial Arts Club 3 4 Librarran 4 GLEN SCHROF Band I 2 3 Boys Chorus 1 2 3 4 Mixed Chorus 3 FFA 1 2 4 unior Play Librarian 4 Football 1 2 3 4 Track 1 Basketball Manager 2 LARRY SOHN Band 1 Boys Chorus 1 2 3 Mixed Chorus 3 County Chorus 3 FFA 1 brarian 4 Basketball 1 2 RONALD STEIDINGER Class President 2 Boys Chorus 1 2 3 Mixed Chorus 3 FFA 1 2 3' Tupek Staff 3' Tonic Staff 3 4' unior Play' Librarian 4' Homecoming king' Student Coun- cil 2 3' Football 2 3 4' Basketball 1 2 3 4' Track 2' Senior Play' Football Captain RICHARD STREID - Transfer from Greensburo North Carolina 2' Boys Chorus 3' Mixed Chor- us 3' Tonic Staff 3' junior Play' Football 3 4 Most Valuable Football Player' Track 3 4 GENE WAIBEL - Secretary-Treasurer 2g President 35 FFA 125 junior Playg Librarian 4g National Honor Society 3,4g Scholastic Awards 1,2,4g Homecoming Courtg Student Council 1,35 Football 3,4g Basketball 1,2,3,4g Captain 4g Most Valuable Basketball Player: Track 1,3g Senior Play. GRETA WHEAT - Transfer from Fairbury Illinois 35 Girls Chorus 3,4g Mixed Chorus 3g FHA 3,4g GAA 3 4g Tonic Staff 4 RICHARD WITTE - Transfer from Cullom, Illinois lg FFA l,2,3,4g Reporter 4. 26 'my ima' urns-' 4' james Haab president Karel Anliker vice president Mary Ringler secre tary-treasurer john Bachcold Roger Bachtold Shirley Bachtold Kenneth B aker Marilyn Barber Barbara Behrcn s Carol Brown Doris Bryant jean Chamberlain Donal d Custer Marilyn Doran Q 1: b f . 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J .. N. ff, r 4 Jw ,. f C fl f V ' . g. ABSENT F5-C' fu. A V,- gg h '..- - vb . ,R if X I '---if xl : , 'M V f N , V' - di L is P it Y!-t as .' ' I slnibk., ' .I I I it 5. if Allan Metz president james Aellig vice president Beverly Ellis secretary-treasurer Beverly :Xnliker Della Baker David Iieran june Birkner Shirley Bryant jerry Bracken Margaret Clouse fllarene Coyne William Decker Leon Follmer Mary Garrels lidwin Ooad Magdalene Goembel Mary Hanslicw Eugene llardesty Mary Beth Head Mary Hirstein Andrea Hlavas Lloyd lionegger Larry Kai sner Roseann Keeley Charlene Kammermann .va Q", 1 wil tx 1 I , sf- 'T' '-x . " --Lf Q. Q 1 x if so sp- , .,, .., ... QA lv gy' 'YQNJ' , , X 2 f et-:Q I 4, - is - sf- ' 7' WZ' 4 , Q QQ' 'svn Nw Vvfffl J . Y Q- 'wr -Q. qu- A. . x 4- - RQ- P' ! , It -1- ..a.. tv-.- up ! ff A '-- ffm at V Q.. 17 r p N V+ or Hindu Lindsey Kay Masters Larry Luttrell Jani cc McNutt Elmer Lanz Arthur Metz Ann Miller Larry Miller Donna Mueller jerry Nuss. buum lfrarik Peterson Doris R ingler Tracy iilHf.10 james Starks, joseph Steidingtr Samuel 'I' err ell jo sephi ne Warder 'YD :Wir-f Q -v-n ACTIVITIE Activities play a large part in the lives of a great number of FSW students. Many projects are done at night for there are only nine hours in every school day. Without these night sessions, there would be no yearbook, Industrial Arts Club, or many other organized projects that teach students leader- ship and dependability. 52 'YZWST my 1-1 -,r 1 1 1 ...,....4g pf. L. E Q. X 1" 15 i C A .. ,IAW Vu? ,,. at ,A , ., A ',ff,.zf.?5f?2 V ,V . f..41 ...1, mtl, K. 9 , ,,x W TJ' .J A -5-1' Ii, 1 I ,.. Va ff ,Qs 4 ,KA Fire drills are made more realistic by having the city fire engine PFCSCHI. Student Council Several new projects were undertaken by the Student Council this year. Among them was 'Sug- gestion Week' during which the student body sub- mitted suggestions for everything from detention to cheerleading standards. The council considered each suggestion and took what action it could. The camera hugs were given a chance to click their shutters during "Snap lX'eek.' All students were allowed to take pictures of humorous scenes around school and then enter the finished photo- graphs in a photo contest to be judged for original- ity, appropriateness for the yearbook, and clearness of prints. The council also sponsored a safe driving demonstration in which members of the council proved their driving ability. A state demonstrator gave a lecture and auto demonstration on btakage and stopping distance. The Student Council took charge of the fire drills which were held at least twice a month during the spring and fall months. Other projects sponsored by the representatives of the student body were Homecoming, Student Council Week, Clean Up Cam- paign, and the annual Christmas Party. lht- safety deinonstrator explains the rndrking dt-vice Council members scrutinize Christmas trees with an eye after a braking test. for perfection. Sue and Ronald Martha and Donald Roberta and Duane Moments emember . A very hectic week in the early part of October led up to the two-clay celebration in liskimo-lantl known as llomecoming. A star feature of the llomecoming celebration was that of the coronation and dance on Saturday, October 8. Dancers were surrounded by hearts, the theme being "Queen of Hearts." Highlighting the Homecoming Festivities was the crowning of Ronald Steitlinger and Sue McLoughlin as king and queen. Members of the royal court were Martha Moore and Donald Metz, Roberta Kemnetz and Duane Penner, Roxanne Jacobs and William Metz, :intl Carol lilliott and Gene Waibel. Due to the absence of last year's king, jerry llonegger, Larry Wenger antl the 1954 queen, Carol Koehl, crownetl the new king antl queen. Roxanne .md William Carol and gene 'Y I - 'vb Octo ber 7-8, 1955 Pteceding the dance was the rather damp parade and llomecoming game. The parade consisted of many clever school and community floats. The F-5-W marching band, plus the lioy Scouts and the Amer- ican Legion flag bearers, added to the 'color' of the parade. The dark clouds that hung low overhead only emphasized the brilliance of the whole parade. On Friday night the liskimos lowered the boom on the Kempton Red Devils as they triumphed to a 48-O score through the mud and the rain. A half-time show was furnish- ed by the F-S-W marching band. During half-time the prizes were presented to the various classes for their floats. First prize went to the juniors, and the seniors and the sophomores tied for second. On Parade. They Set Spirit Marching Q - Spirit Alive lo Pictured above is the Forrest-Strawn-Wing lligh School marching band. This group practiced diligently every Monday night during the football season to work out new and different shows for the fans. Their main perfomiiince was for Homecoming during which they provided music for the afternoon parade and pep session, then followed with a band show at the half-time of the football game. Front rozig left lu right: Roxanne jacobs, Karel Anliker, Gaylon Bach, Carol Schrof, Gwendolyn llippen, joan lloneg- get, Sue McLoughlin. Rou' lilo: Judy Traub, Miriam liachtold, Mary Kay Monahan, Nancy Wallace, llinda Lindsey, jean Chamberlain, Marilyn liarber, Maxine Martin, john lieal, Doris Ringler, Ann Miller, Marilyn Kyburz, Carol Hodgson jane Lindenbaum. Row three: Sharon Bachtold, jack Rinkenberger, George liowen, jeancttc Lindenbaum, Dean Par- sons, jack Kuntz, l.yle libach, Kenneth Baker, Arthur Metz, james Stark s, Lloyd llonegger, William Decker, Alan Metz, Gordon llonegger, Robert Caughey, Ray Meenen, Andrea lllavas. Row four: Mr. Griesemer, director, Daniel Ringler, Roger Bachtold, james llaab, Marilyn Doran, Shirley Peterson, David lieran, Beverly Shive, Abgenz: Donald Metz, Roberta Kemnetz, Keith Rieger. 1 School to Music Band Keeps at Sports Events livery Monday, Wednesday, and Friday morning the FSW lligh School is filled with the sweet and sour notes of the concert band, practicing for pro- grams and the band shows they furnish throughout the school year. In the early fall, the marching band presents half-time shows for all of the home football games and this year they traveled to two out-of-town games to back the team. They also played for some of the pep sessions which were held at the school. During the basketball season, a smaller group known as the Pep liand played for all of the home games. They even recorded the school songs of the teams which played in the Vermillion Valley Tournament. These recordings were taped, since there was no room for the band to sit during the games. This year FSXK' sent a clarinet quartet consisting of Rozanne Jacobs, Karel Anliker, Nlary Monahan, and Miriam Bachtold and Andrea lllavas, who play- ed a trombone solo, to the district con- test held at Herscher. Both entries received a second rating. On Friday, May 18, the high school music department presented 'Ameri- cana," a patriotic musical program. Both concert band and choruses par' ticipated. The officers who helped plan the program for the year were Jeanette Lindenbaum, president, Kenneth Baker, vice presidentg jack Kuntz, secretary- treasurerg Nancy Wallace and Karel Anliker, librarians. The bands were under the very capable direction of Nlr. john Griesemer. liand officers plan tor year's program. They are from left to right: jeanette Lindenbaum, Kenneth Baker, jack Kunrz, Nancy Wallace, and Karel Anliker. Seated ar desk is Mr, Ciriesemer, director. Pep liand stages final practice before game. Pictured above is Barbara Behrens, drum majoretteg and left to right: jane Lindenbaum, Barbara Schmidt, Suellen Cunningham, baton twirlers. Q43 A Smile on Their Faces, A Song in Their Hearts During the year of '56' the boys' and girls' choruses have participated in the Spring Festival, County Festival, and P. T. A. program. The Southern Belles, now in their third year, have sung at the Lions Christ- mas Party, the Women's League, and the Women's Club of Saunemin. Both the boys' and girls' choruses, the Southern Belles, the clarinet quartet, the German Band, and the band participated in the 1956 Spring Festival - Americana. Mrs. Cummins and Mr. Griesemer worked hard for many weeks planning the numbers, the arrangements, and the decorations. A few of the numbers were "America, Our Heritage," 'Your Land and My Land," 'This is My Country," and others that continued the theme of Americana. The gym was decorated with red, white, and blue streamers and small flags were placed at intervals across the front of the stage. BOYS CHORUS - First row: A. Metz, L. Kaisner, B. Caughey, A. Metz. Second row: J. Starks, D. Beran, R. Moore, T. Pit- cock, li. Goad. Third row: If. Knapp, D. Crouch, Purkey, E. Lanz, L. llonegger, Mr. Griesemer. Fourlb row: L. Ebach, J. Kuntz, J. Moore, A. Sanders, j. Rath, R. Honegger. Fiftb row: D. Ringler, K. Rieger, C. Merritt, E. Bachtold, D. Farney, K. Baker, J. Aellig. Sixth row: G. Metz, G. Beal, R. Bachtold, W. Goembel, C. Baysinger, D. Metz. Seuenlb row: G. Bowen, ll. Maurer, M. Moore, R. Meenen, G. Stephens, 1. liaab, j. Steidinger. 40 Y W 4- ,,r ! f - T ' S . 1' af Foods, urniture Future Homemakers 'ek of Mary Beth Head, Janice McNutt, and Shirley Bryant pre- pare Christmas candles for shut-ins - one of the many projects of FHA. FHA - Fmn! row: Miss Joyce Wuehle, Shirley Bachtold, Carol Hodgson, Roberta Kemnetz, Roxanne Jacobs, Gaylon Bach, Judith Traub, Maxine Martin, Carol lilliott. Second rout' Donna Mueller, Greta Wheat, Kay Masters, Lucille Sohn, Joan Honegger, Doris Bryant, Jean Sleeth, Janice McNutt, Mary llirstein, Jean Chamberlain, Shirley Bryant. Third row: Carol Schrof, Ruth Kiefer, Mary Garrels, Clarene Coyne, Doris Ringler, Sharon Bachtold, Janet Kaisner, Magdalene Goembel, Hinda Lindsey, JoAnn Lindenbaum. Fnurzb row: Suellen Cunningham, Marilyn Barber, Mary Beth Head, Wanda Kiefer, Miriam Bachtold, Marilyn Doran, Beverly Anliker, lfloyce Ringo, Nancy Honegger, Mary Ringler, Carolyn Metz, Fifzb row: Marilyn Kyburz, Jeanette Lindenbaum, Lynn Anderson, Karla Johnson, Anne Miller, Barbara Schmidt, Della Baker, Beverly Shive, Martha Moore, Delores Brown. Sixth row: Carol Schmidt, Shirley Peterson, Nancy Wallace, Mary Mon- ahan, Barbara Behrns, Joan Keeley, Sue McLoughlin, Gwendolyn Hippen, Rose Ann Keeley, Janet Haas, Karel Anliker. 09 .5 -4-H5 Y. 2' V 1 -. , 1 ' Q x " I Q5 ra eff' ' eesltfnqz P i jf - 5 W. . if 'f ' 'ne' K S .1 -1- 'f 3 t...p'u4!'.!..'l- And Farming Industrial Arts Club 5 Future Farmers America lNlJU5'l'lilrXl. ARTS CLUB - Larry Luttrell, Ray Meenen, john Geiger, Howard Maurer, Tracy Ringo, Albert Sanders, David Farncy, jerry Purkcy, james ljaysinger, George Bowen, Sam Terrell, james llaab, Mr. Rollnnd Swenson, james Aellig, and Harry Trimmer. FFA - Front row: jerry Ruth, Ronald Moore, jack Rinkcnbcrgcr, Richard Witte, Rug:-r lfarncy, Robert Cjnughcy, Mr. Pat Gallivnn. Sefund youu' lflmcr Lanz, Lyle lfbuch, Vkillizlm Decker, jamcs Starks, Lloyd lloncgfgcr, Larry Kaisncr. Third rout john Rath, john HL-al, Loren lludgson, liugcnc Hat-htold, Glen Heal. l'lUllflh row: William Gocmbcl, Gary lirauman, Gene Metz, Ray Nlt-L-ncn, Howard Maurer, john liachtold, and Glen Schrof. 'L X Kbytes. ,. :N',, 110.000 ' 1 ',lO4. 'wwf W 'Hz W 'lihe joint Chiefs of Staff of the l'upek this year are: Sue McLoughlin, Copy lid- itorg Roxanne jacobs, Photographic lzditorg Robert llonegger, Sports Editorg and joan llonegger, Layout lfditor. Between The Covers Kemnetz,'john Kuntz, and Mr, Alvin Business AdviSCl', discuss plans for bscriptions to the Tupek. ond xy night ............,..,......... 7: The picture at the bottom of the page shows the entire writing staff on a typical Monday evening. liveryone's talking at once and to an outsider looking in it looks like all bedlam has broken loose, but actually everyone is working. liveryone's ideas are discussed and then com- bined into one big volume of the "Tupek." From left to right the staff members are john Kuntz, Kenneth Baker, Robert Honegger, Miriam Bach- told, Marilyn Barber, Nancy llonegger, Jeanette Lin- denbaum, Gwendolyn llippen, Carol Elliott, Marilyn Doran, Martha Moore, joan llonegger, janet liaisner, Rozanne Jacobs, Carol Schrof, Mary Monahan, Sue McLoughlin, Charles Merritt, and Keith Rieger. The staff is under the supervision of Miss Mabel Marlar. 00 P. M. , . . . Regular staff meeting fl . f-Jqhq . Tht Tonic itaff for the first semes- ter was composed of seven volunteer stu- dents. During this time the journalism class was learning the fundamentals of newspaper work so they could edit the paper the second semester. The staff tried something new this year, that of put- ting pictures in a duplicated newspa- per. The pictures gave the paper more 1iFe and made it more interesting to the stu- dents. As a result the paper was given a first DFP' First semester staif turns out a top rated paper. Behind The Headlines Smooth working assembly line speeds editing ofthe Tonic. place rating hy National Scholastic Press. Sharon Kammermann and Clair Custer were appointed co-editors of the Tonic for the sec- ond semester. The eight journalism students who helped them were Roland Kinate, Donald Custer, john Rath, Robert Ritghter, Ronald Steidinger, Greta Wheat, Ruth Kiefer, and Carol Schmidt. Nliss Mabel Nlarlar and Alvin Kennedy are the newspaper advisors. Staff explores the Kankakee journal to see how 'the big time' operates. 2,3 59' - Left tO Right: jack Kuntz, Carol Brown, Carolyn Metz, Kenneth Schneider, Gwen llippen, Mary liinglcr, Karel xlnliker, Jeanette Lindenbaum, Robert Righter, Carol Schrof, Roger liachtold, Judy Traiub, Dean Parsons, Marilyn Doran, lfloyce Ringo. "The Little Dog Laughed" 1 The cast polishes up their lines while the pro- duction staff attends to last minute details. 'The Little Dog Laughed" while temperatures rose. "The Little Dog Laughed' was presented by the juniors on November 19 under the direction of Mrs. Luetta Cummins. The plot of the play centered around the efforts of Laurie Huntington, sophomore in college who thought her family was in need of a psycho-analysis. The Huntington household became a jumble of notebooks and everybody was getting 'blood-to-the-brain' tests, and plenty of endurance tests until the family decided to turn the tables on poor Laurie. The production staff is the part of the cast that does no acting, but their jobs as prompters and stage- hands are just as important to the production of the play. These people included Harry Trimmer, jimmy Haab, Paul Fortna, jean Chamberlain, and jerry Purkey. Laurie Huntington. . . . . Carol Schrof Sidney Huntington ..... Robert Righter Martha Huntington . . . . Karel Anliker Wally Huntington. . . . . jack Kuntz Miss Gustavesky. . . . Eloyce Ringo 'loan Wood .... ..... C Iarol Brown Ted Wood R . . . . Kenneth Schneider Lillian Wood . . .... Gwen Hippen Mark Bradford ...... Roger Bachtold Horatio P. Honeywell. . . Dean Parsons Amelia Dennis .... . . Mary Ringler Caroline lilakesly. . . . . judy Traub Grace Schoenbeck ..... Marilyn Doran Walola Breckenridge . . . . . . , . . jeanette Lindenbaum Therese Brown ........ Carolyn Metz L-I Donny Metz, Carol Elliott, joan llonegger, Ed Knapp, Rozanne Jacobs, Gene Waibfrl, Sl-10 M01-Oushlini Ronald Sfeidlng' er, Martha Moore, and Robert llonegger. Let's Go To The Fair The Senior class presented 'State Fair' on April 6, under the direction of Mr. Tom Williamson. William Metz acted as student director. The story began as the Fral-ce family was getting ready to leave for the fair. Melissa Frake was hoping that her pickles would win the prized blue ribbon if she could defeat last year's champ, Mrs. Rallins. Abel Frake was planning on winning the grand sweepstakes with his prize hog, Blue Boy. But Iovesicl-:ness almost destroyed his plans. After a great deal of worry, Melissa's pickles came out on top and, after Wayne had found a way to get rid of the lovesickness, Blue Boy also came through with a victory. Abel Frake . . . . Melissa Frake Wayne Frake . . . . . Margy Frake . . . Eleanor ..... . . Emily Mason . . . Pat Gilbert . . . Storekeeper . Barker .... . . Mrs. Rallins Harry Ware . . . . Gene Waibel . Rozanne Jacobs Ronald Steidinger . . . Carol Elliott . Sue McLoughlin . . .Martha Moore . . Edward Knapp .Robert llonegger . . Duane Penner . . joan Honegger . . . Donald Metz ' And Furthermore ' Lan Sghn, Garry Honegger, and William Metz, production staflymembers, 'grow' a tree. 'H - The new members are standing to take the pledge of membership given by Robert Honegger. Back row: Robert Caughey, Gordon Honegger, Edward Knapp, Eugene Bachtold, Lynn Anderson, and Carol Hodgson. Front row: Celia Kuntz, Nancy lionegger, Susan Chamberlain, Gaylon Bach, and Keith Rieger. The other members are William Metz, president, Jeanette Lindenbaum, Carol Schrof, joan Honegger, Sue McLoughlin, Rozanne Jacobs, Carol Elliott, and Martha Moore. Back row: Gene Waibel, Donald Metz, Roger Bachtold, Kenneth Baker and Terrel Pitcoclt. Absent: Miriam Bachtvld, David Metz and judy Traub. Y Honors Bestowcd It is not unusual for students of FSW to win many honors. The school year l955-56 was no exception. Eleven members were initiated into the National Honor Society. These people earned the right to become members by maintaining a 4.25 aver- age and also by showing evidence of leadership, scholarship, and character. In the field of student government jack Kuntz was elected 2nd vice president of the state student council. jack is shown in the picture on the left giving his stump speech at the conven- tion. Quill and Scroll is composed of upperclassmen who show outstanding ability in the field of journalism. The four members of the society are shown at the bottom of the page proofreading the Tupek. states Q the delegates at the I. A. S. C. Convention. Xlernbers of the Quill and Scroll are Sue McLoughlin, joan llonegger, Rozarine Ja- cobs, and Robert Honegger. Admlrmg the valedxctorran s trophy Delegates look OVW CamP lllffafllfe On FSW Students The last few months of school brought the announcement of many honors earned by FSW stu dents One of the last to be announced was that of the valedrctorran and salutatorrans Donald Nietz and Wrllram Nlerz, shown above, admrre the trophy to be presented Commencement day Donald won the valedrctonans trophy and Sue McLoughl1n, Martha Nloore, and Wrllram Nietz were each named salutatorlans when therr frnal averages resulted IU a three way t1e Shown rn the prcture at top rrghr are award wrnners and camp delegates Rozanne Jacobs re cerved the G1rl Good Crtrzen Award gxven by the Amer1can Leglon Auxrlhary hlected to the offrce of FHA drstrrct treasurer was N111-ram Bachtold who was also sent as a delegate to the GAA camp james Haab was chosen by the Amerrcan Legron to attend Boys State Carol Schrof was sent to the Egypuan Vvlusrc Camp by the Womens League The Legron Auxrllary chose Gwendolyn Hxppen to repre sent them at Grrls State Marllyn Doran represented the GAA at camp harel Anllker had a busy summer the Womens Club chorce for Musrc camp fhe frrst semester Ionrc Staff composed of oan llonegger Nlarrlyn Doran Martha Moore bue Nlcl.oughlm Roberta Kemneta and Carol l'll1ott read over newspapers sent to them from other schools lhey compared these papers wrth the FODIC whrch recexved a frrst place ratrng from the lNat1onal Scholastlc Press 'Kssouauon gh 1 . . , , , , V D . . . . Y' - . ,. . . - - . . , . . . , , ' ' ' Y she was the delegate to the FHA camp and was also . 3 ' ' P51 il . .P , ' ,I i 1 ' A I 1 ' ?7 ' L A x ' K D - 1 5 1 X I ' It A' ' 51 Homecoming Attendants: Gene Waibel, Carol lilliott, Azinne Jacobs, William Metz. ofThis... The victory in the VV Tourney .... the helpful College Day at Pontiac .... the small response for 'Snap Week' .... the chance the basketball team missed to go to the Sectional Tournament .... the girls and their dates at 'Daddy Date Night' .... the success of Senior Con- trol Day .... the District music contest at llerscher .... the fun-filled biology trip to Chicago .... the financial success of the senior play, 'State Fair" .... the thrill of the State Student Council Convention . . . . the honor the school received by having a student electetl to a state office . . . . the windy, but exciting track meets of the season . . . . the big crowd at the Ci.A.A. Iioy z1nrlLiirl party . . . . the l".ll.A. Senior lea . . . . Baccalaureate . . . . the end of the road for the seniors and . . . Commencement. Senior Control Day: Sue McLoughlin, Greta Wheat, R llonegger, Duane Schneider, and Carol Schmidt. 'lf' --n i' RU- Student Louncil prepares for sziirewitie "Student founril Week." Roxanne jaeobs measures length ot joan lloneH.ger's extra long fiomrneneemem gown. oben Charles Merritt and David Crouch show Keith Rietlcf Jn easy way to clean out the fire escapes. 4 -? , . Sr fl' 'afar 'N ,E 3 ,. A 'J .1 Y U fy 2, :QA l u W 'qi I g f' X' - N . XA 2? -Ha fi. 4 'S . ,Q ' J , as , ' 1+ ,sv Tk? A ,Q 1 ' "ak I, M ' , MW' M. Vx ,. 4, gpg Ag ww f f ,., ,'f Q1 1 f Rig Q .M fx? ,,, 5 'lf R, a 'Qi .X X si 92,11 K, Efifgwfg , Q A figgii' gg ...ga K V - ,gf ggi? t N ,-av A Students line up for cats .xr Chrismms party. And This Q .'xm.ncur Qgmncrn bug shoots from new Jnglu - tha gym Ci'l1lI1QQ: lfrrmhnu-n huvc firm In-ssurus in shdvirig all Larin club members don modern version of the no wx. initiation time-. Fr- SPORT After every athletic event of the year masses of the Forrest-Strawn-Wing student body and fans gather at the Igloo to replay the game, to eat, and just to talk and visit. This was always an impor- tant part of the evening's activities and one that everyone appreciated and enjoyed. Night life would not be complete for the FSW Eskimos if they, like their northern cousins, did not have an igloo in whichnto relax ,and meet with friends. S6 1 -.ww V ,, ,,. H v I I . , . X-V I , 1 . 1 4 n 1 Y . ' 4 1 ., 'br' 1,1 . Q.. x .M ...Y -, .. L. .'r ' . 1 f, v. iyv' 1 Q.. ' .- . s - -v 4 , U v . . , 1 .1 1, V' . f 'xx ' .W 1 N- ,N ,V,,,-,4....-,- 'V , A. 4. X A - 1 Y- -5 . 1 '1. 'NIH-.ff61Lf' I Q I I ' w 1 i u " -"4l'1 , .. . 'V Q1L'.-k'r'- .Um . ,,.. -"mi ' --ww . ruvxsf 1. fn -f f'-zffni Q f,'-.3-Wig-'52, Q ' 'ffv3'f:- -"' . 1 . :f,'z.'.'.g. .-- -J yi." 5 "5 121 V, L. . Ag:j2, ,,l f 'E '!,.': 1 ..' '.,. ' ' . I -1 .31 N f'1. ' ' ' 4 , ' J . My .uw, ' , by . . 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After being defeated by Onarga, 25-O, the Eskimos hurdled Piper City, 28-13, Saunemin, 20- 19, and Kempton, 48-O. The small Kempton team, being our Homecoming opponent, provided some opposition for the Freshmen and Sophomores after the varsity had gained a considerable margin. The Eskimos were trampled by a strong Midstate team and old rival, Chenoa, by a score of 31-7. They showed strength in the second half by scoring 7 points to Chenoa's 6, but had actually been defeated in the first half by 25-O. Tony says, "We'll beat 'em by 20 points." The squad then journeyed to Cullom to gain their fourth victory. The Cullom team was composed mostly of inexperienced fresh-sophs but managed to break through the line twice to score two touch- downs. The next game the Eskimos battled Gridley to a 6-6 tie in a muddy contest at Memorial Field. The following week, Fairbury scored a last minute touchdown to gain a 6-6 tie after the Eskimos had been leading since the opening minutes of the game. On the morning of November ll, the Eskimos whip- ped Chatsworth, 7-O, to take over undisputed second place in the V. V., and end the season with a fine 5-2-2 record. Nine seniors: Ron Steidinger, Richard Streid, Glen Schrof, Robert Honegger, Gene Waibel, William Metz, Don Metz, Duane Penner, and Edward Knapp bowed out with the Chatsworth game. . fi' , ' 322 , -ya fif 4 4 + mfg, Q, K , wfL, t, I Q' A 'ff' uf Q11 Mk if J -gg fr.:-fy A rf" -QQ Y ww, . Qld- ,, i 5, I 1 Q mf ff H: . fig, 1-fi ,Q ' ' W W X fri, , 3 X 5 'Y L : it ,Ka Q Yfffliigifil, QQ 'Q QZ..f , fi! , 3. -5 ,Q , if ., 1 ,, 'ff 'V' U51-A X-. it . ,, ,5 ga, M , I ' A H Q,-af. qw, , 8 ,al 3 ALM' t V, , xx. ,f' L f fifwff Q 4 ix Yi., A -Mig , fig 755, A, , Fin' Q . T 'fn uw' . Wy, , 4 ,Vp , N-if 1 V Esgfnmf. A . 1 B015 KNAPP Guard FSW FSW FSXX FSVQ FSW FSW FSVC FSR FSVL Hskimos SEASON 'S RECORD 0 Onarga 28 Piper City 20 Saunemin -18 Kempron 7 Chenoa 51 Cullom C Ciridley 6 I-Wairbury T Chatsworth Won 5 Lost 2 Tied 2 Waibcl snarcs u pass on the ZH yard line. 'bust our' for il victory. 25 13 19 O 31 12 6 6 O DON CUSTE R Guard Cfheerleaders keep the liskimos fans in a spirited mood. Morale Builders Coach Glenn Pickett, pictured at right with his basketball captain, Gene Waibel, inspects the VV Tourney Championship trophy which the liskimos earned in edging Roberts-lhawville, 56-55, in the tourney finals. Coach Pickett again ended up with Ll fine season, sporting a l9-9 record with A team that started out with only two lettermen. 1-Quin' XX ' K S -J - kr f . Q , ' ' A - O ? W ' e I Hi? J xl ' QM 'Y W Gene john Roger , Eugene Waibel Bachxold Bachrold Bachtold 'Charles ,. Merritt I X X I , , ' ' 5. ' 5 , f' f Joe Don i 'Q ,Q Steidinger Metz 4 s-mi' Tenge I ,W , i X Jeelei Daqmy Kenny M Keith Aelhg Rmgler V Biker ' liege: , x I . . f " . 4 ,. , , ' ff" f , , V rw. i ,i,Vi..y .57 i I at . " W ' vi : . . Q M? f - Q 1 , 1, ' . ,' .- ,xq f' A f 1' - VARSITY SQUAD - Coach Glen Pickett, james Aellig, joe Steidinger, Donald Metz, Keith Rieger, john Baehtold, Gene Waibel, Roger Bachtold, liugene Hachtold, Charles Merritt, Ronald Steidinger, Kenneth linker, Danny Ringler. Sli ASON 'S R ECORI3 FSW Ol"PONEN'l' Onarga 66 Pontiac 45 73 Piper City 78 Gibson City Covertimel 60 56 Morris 76 5110003 51 62 llerscher 28 Cullom 65 50 Gridley 68 Saunemin 69 56 Chenoa 54 Roberts-Thawville 54 53 Kqmpton 70 Lexington 55 58 Rantoul 45 'l'i'1NTll ANNUAL l-'SW HOLIDAY TOURNEY ChatSWOrth 38 Gardner 70 63 Coal City 57 Wilmington 51 S4 lfairbury 56 Cullom 49 46 FAIRBURY REGION KL Fairbury 52 43 Octavia 58 VliRMll-l.lUN V.'Xl-l.liY CONFliRl'iNCli TOURNEY Chenoa 49 Piper City 70 29 Normal Community 56 llerscher 69 44 Roberts-Thawville 56 53 Waibel and liachtold, FSW's rebounding strength. Eskimos Boast 19-9 Record for '55-'56 With only two lettermen, Gene llaibcl and Keith Rieger returning, the pre-season basketball forecast looked mighty dim. The local fans were predicting Ll mediocre 50-50 season, which is poor for lforrest. Hut with some fine coaching from Coach Pickett and the steady playing of Don Metz, Roger liachtold, Chuck Merritt, and joe Steidinger, the liskimos end- ed up with a respectable l9-9 record. The liskimos dropped two of their first three games to Pontiac and Chenoa, but whipped Gibson City, 60-56 in an overtime, to give the fans some hope. The lfskimos then subdued Cullom, Saunemin, and Roberts-Thawville in that order before being reversed by the Lexington Minutemen, 58-55. The team was handicapped in this game when ace- rebounder Gene Waibel was held out because of illness. The Eskimos squeezed past Gardner-South Wilmington, 70-63, in the opening round of the lloliday Tourney, but were then iolted by Wilmington, the eventual champs, 54-51. FSW then stepped past Cullom, 49-46, and added their 22nd straight victory over Fairbury, 52-43. In the VV Tourney, the locals were considered 21 darkhorse but walked over Piper City and Herscher with ease to reach the finals. ln a seesaw battle, the Eskimos emerged as champs for the 8th time in eleven years as Sophomore Chuck Merritt sank two free throws with twenty seconds remaining to drop Roberts-'lihawville, 56-53. The liskimos turned down the homestretch with victories over Onarga and Piper City, but were edged by a hot-shooting Morris team, T9-76, in a game that displayed some brilliant shooting. Forrest edged llerscher, 28-17, in a ball-controlling game between the Tigers and Keith Rieger. The Pickett- men hit their peak, blasting Gridley, 68-63, Chenoa, 54-44, and Kempton, T0-48, until they lost to Ran- toul, 61--l5. Chatsworth fell as the eighth and final victim of the Eskimos' unblemished conference cam- paign, 38-21. The liskimos ended regular season play with losses to Coal City, 58-57, and Fairbury, 65-56. Forrest entered the Fairbury Regional with victories over Octavia, 58-56, and Chenoa, 49-4-1. The Eskimos, with Seniors Gene Waibel and Don Metz battling their final game to the end, ended up on the short end of a 66-56 score. The Eskimos were winners of the VV Confer- ence,Title, the VV Conference Tourney, and runner- up of the Fairbury Regional. Letter winners were: Captain Gene Waibel, Don Metz, Roger Bachtold, Keith Rieger, Charles Merritt, and joe Steidinger. SECOND TEAM - Front row: Managers Donald Baker, llarry Trimmer, and john Geiger. Huck row: Robert Caughey, Lloyd llonegger, Gordon llonegger, Sam Terrell, Leon Folmer, Gene Metz, David Farney, jerry Bracken, Robert Knapp, Alan Metz, and Arthur Metz. i Don Metz bcrccns Piper for Roger Hachtold. 'L A - Riegcr dares R-'l'playcr zo 'come and get it " 'e -if +5 I K 4 r fi 4 f Y lflf' A X I , g , Q f Roger H-lLhl0ld drlva.-:1 for .x basket Al1LQ.liIlSl Falirbury. A " 'un V..ubcl mkgx .1 1.1:-.z llll slum dgkllllxl C1hc:no.x. fx 4 1 -. .K r ' 3' ff A-kt i N.,..Q I Q mi if .6 YW . Y 'I 1' Ji, Xi S 1 , z i P U. - in V fi'-"2 7796 . ' 5 A , ' by K1 .- 1 Gs john ltuimzold rrif.-5 .x :wen footer .against ifhcnou. s xv WP-5 R6 V, i ' A Left lo Rzgbl, Front row: Keith Rieger, jack Moore, David Crouch. Serond row: Robert llonegger, Glen Beal, Sammy Terrell, joe Steidinger, Coach Pickett. Absent: Ronald Steidinger, Gene Waibel, Donald Metz, Duane Schneider, Danny Ringler, Alan Metz, and Charles Merritt. And Baseball The Eskimos had three scheduled games, two with St. Paul of Odell and one with Odell Public. The Eskimos were defeated twice by St. Paul, 7 to 6 there and ll to 4 here at home. The other game with Odell Public was canceled because of conflict with a track meet. About fifteen boys came out for baseball and played a variety of positions. Sammy Terrell pitched most of the time with Gene Waibel finishing the second game. The catching was done by Keith Rieger. The infield and the outfield were filled in by the other boys. Sammy Terrell tries to get Keith Reiger s bunt. Gene Waibel, Donald Metz, and Keith Rieger have a pcpptr game-.' IT GR DE SCHOOL Night time for grade school children usually means hed time, but occasionally even the 'small fry' have their nights out., Shown here are a few of the bluebells, roses and daffodills awaiting their turn to bloom in the grade school operetta, "The Land of Dreams Come True." lhis was one of the rare times when the younger children were given an oppor- tunity to join in FSW's Knight life.' 72 fa-QM fag. gl 4 F 3 J , g 1, w ,. 'F , , 1 , ,g.,W, ,, . . , 7 IW jf ,L , ,J . f,",.x, . ,A W, V. I " , 1-,hw -A V- A A ,., ,.., 1 - .2, .A '-Jai-pug 9 - , W- .. . .1-ng, ja Yzl . , jwf' ,yi fig . 'FXR arf LX RII. :Xl,l.lzlN, A. B. Forrest ljrade School Principal 1.11. X l' lfRCil'SUN, H. S. lling brdde School Principal Ylilii blQl-l.lil:RL5 Strawn Grade School Principal HAZ!-QL BARCLAY Forrest Sixth Grade lll-ILI-QNA I-'RANFIY Strawn Fifth and Sixth Grades JAMES ll.-XSIIBARGFR, lj. S. Forrest Eighth Grade ELIZAISICTII HOKFI Forrest Seventh Grade AljlJRliY llONliGGliR Forrest First Grade XXANDA j.-XCOBS Forrest Second Grade Wing Grade School Winter Scene. X1Il,1DRlil1KN'XliiR Forrest Third Ljrtxtie CQX'l'lIIiRl3I-. KLR1'l4.Ix15 SCH Strawn Seventh .ind iiighth uradcs il 'XR Iiilz IA XH1 113. ICN Wing Iihird, i'0urti1, ififth kvmdus Nl XUX i. XHZHRK FNS Strawn Second, I'liird Lrmdcs UiaRXlLQl'1X1i'.IAf iforrcst Fourth Grade i'.Vl'.l.X N S X X1'liUi"l' Wing lfirst, Second grades 01111 Ivfiz SlfNL3I1R Strawn lfirst, Second Grades PICRN XX ILS 1' I-orrcst Third Grade l'.RXiA V li.X'l'Cll Forrest Fifth Grade Faculty Vx YQ 245 ?"'-w xg -'r"'f sw , 17 5101 M0 AI jimmy Moore investigates the prune plums. julia Brown finds tumbling a serious step. i :Q-4 'l s ru E' 'Qin-fa Recess at Wing is fun. At the present time the Wing Grade School consists of three classrooms, a lunchroom, a kitchen, and a utilities room. A large playground gives plenty of outdoor play space, but there is no provision at present for a recreational area inside. All this will be COrr6Ct6Cl in 1956-57 when a large all-purpose addition is built. This will provide indoor playroom ,.Y""- space as well as amplephysical education facilities. The entrance shown here will also be changed in the near future when some remodeling and face- lifting is done on the old building. Upon the completion of these additions, Wing will have a very modern school plant. WING GR:XDliS I and 2, Ifmnz mu: Sharon llorine, Dennis Sharp, Kathy Gordon, Pauline Gordon, David Bach, Vatty Fellers. Secrmd mu: Mrs. Saathoff, Ruth Ann lingelbrecht, j. R. Head, David Church, lloyd Mann, Beth Cole, Tarty Stephens, Gloria llabbs. Back row: Peggy Nance, Michael Cole, Wilma Stork, Connie Nance, Susan White, Marvin Goad, John lloke. Absent: Robert Stoller and jimmy lloke. TT 76 br tl' ' 'Sleepy lime' at the Wing Uperurra, 'The Little Blue -lngf:l.' XXINLQ Gll."llJlfS 3, -J, 5, lfrrnzl nm: Karen Gund, lflainir llonc'g,gc-r, larry Skinner, jaimvs Price, l,l1flCI'lC'ciOl'LlOl1, lhirburii llorine, lliclmrd Srollrrr, Richard Brown, liichrird llrmb. .Smwirzrl muy' Nlrs. Nleenvn, james Stollvr, Shir- ley Ciond,l.ind.i liabbs, jainws Srephl-ns, lnxliclli xlL'lZ, llklflldfil Clole, Helen Stork, David Miller. Tbm! mu: Marlene lirxeh, Roger Brown, l.ind.i Srephcns, judy Kupt, jane Gardner, Russel liubbs, Ronald llorine, Richard Nliller. WING GRADES 6, T, 8, Front row: Larry Nlaurer, Janice Honegger, julia Brown, Lou Ida Kaisner, Charles Cole, Phyllis Sharp, Susan Gardner, Harold Stoller. Scrmzd mu: Mrs. Ferguson, janet Brown, Beverly Horine, Marjorie Brown, Bonnie Metz, Mary Alice llorine, jane Miller, Maribeth libach. Tbzrd mu: Janice Fellers, Marilyn Schmidt, Robert lloke, Wayne Stork, Tommy Gardner, l.ynn lirauman, Vernon Schrof, Myrna Bcwsey. Absent: Judith Goad. 'I W..W atla N Strawn Grade lfntrnnce This modern, well-equipped building is situated on a fine five-acre campus. Included in this campus is a baseball diamond that is the best in the unit and is used by the high school as well as the grade schools. Strawn is well provided with good play- ground space. ln the building there are five classrooms, a music room, lunchroom, kitchen, and a gymnasium that serves as a playroom during bad weather as well as for physical education, night games and programs. During April and May, a six-weeks kindergarten is held here. All prospective first-graders in the unit are transported to Strawn for half day sessions. STRAWN GRAIJHS 1, 2, IJVUIII muy' llonald lferguson, Ronald Koehl, Cfarol lfarney, Shirley Kuntz, Nlnrsha Sleegmiller, Susan Dozier. Sermzd mn: Mrs. Singer, Allen Roth, Linda llnrunan, jerry lfairley, Clynthizl llrxvis, lhkilinnn lhxvis, George Ringler, Tbzrd mu: Stephen Knauer, Neil Knauer, llixle Lenmn, liilly Kemnetn, Karen Loman, Cary lzaton. 4'- iiffk 35 3, NJ, 1.4 7' Q 4.1 C -Q ,M J +1 it i 1r 'J Nl'R'UXX lQli"xlTl'. 3, lfmnl nm: 'xndy Rig-Kgqr, jmmn ilhnndlcr, Linda Shg-pplcxucn, Marcia Kielcr, Linda .inn Niishler. Svcnml mu: liubvrt Ringlcr, M.xr1oric LL-111.111, Karvn llornicklv, Kritlm linnvggcr. Tlvznl' mu: NHS. Mchrkc-ns, Dennis uducr, jimmy Moors, Phil Krmuvr, Ilavid Krmun-r, 'Xrthur I.l'1HIl-UNI. .x!J'w1'Nf.' Vimrlcx Nlngllcriv, Ilcrry liachtold. VFR -XWX MRXIH' -4 l'mnl mn' K xrcn Ric--'cr N1.xrLh.x Inxmcy Clxnl Ifuqvnnigk, Nhrilxn Hruquard, Turn ' ' - ' ' v - ' f- v v , . Kunlz. Yvc um! mu .' janet livin-pggrr, lhxxmi N111r,ghur1u, S1 .xry Nchrmcldcr, l..xrry fvlfknc-I, Joanne HUCUCI Thznl 70111 Niiws N1-m Uullbcrgg, ,lwyxc 'I'hom.xs, Hobby Xhxrrin, Idury lkiywn, kmrjq Xnlxkur, Cjxmlyn X1.1rr1n cw xr .5 'E 41 -vm 5 s- 1: AA , M ,' M-. n,,E'ii . w . I -!,sAS.w.,sw3,V !A ,, ' .-'O E 5 E lf ,, A. -xr ,nf .viewer sz. LLHAWV' V' ..,-m, , , ' 'itiiff ,Nui Ay . L," r Qi", . V Forrest Grade lfntrance In the near future the Forrest grade school pupils will be walking through a more attractive door- way. This entrance was probably once attractive, but over the years it has become dark and dingy. It is hoped the young ones will appreciate the new building because the high school students will have to look at the old one every day for years to come. The new building which is to take the place of this one is a twelve room grade school. This also includes a lunchroom, kitchen, and an all-purpose physical education room. FORREST GRADE 1, Front rou: Mary Plattner, Kim Rigsby, Joyce Nlydler, Curtis Zimmemwan, john Schaffer, Eric King, Patricia Roth, Diana Lynn Stewart. Sr-cond rou: Rod Kammermann, Kathy anne Godfrey, Stephen Anderson, Darlene Garrels, jon lieran, Nlichael Smith, Gary Martin, Ronnie Ryan, Michael l.ee-per. Third four: Deborah Hack, l.ynn Marie Schmidt, jerry Austman, Barbara llonegger, Melinda Mchlinn, Flessner. VL 81 Kathy Shaddle, l.ynn Morrison, Jacqueline Kinate, Sharon ah-, K ,Q 5 1. . 51, if v IfORRlfST GRADE 2, lfmnl rouu' Michael Vaughan, Sharon Tyler, jacquelyn Gulliford, Sharon Ford, Rita Kaye llieger, jean lirady, janice johnson, james Hailey, judith Ridlen. S4'Cor1rIfo1i'.' Gregory Gee, David Schaffer, Carol ljachtold, Rita Thiel, Sue Lynn liryant, Susan xlmstutz, Sandra Hacker, Scott llait. Third ron: David Baker, Richard Custer, Linda liafhtold, Loren Loomis, Carl Bracken, Vincent lfndres, jr., Kent Kammemianu, Gregory Dempsey, Terry Nussbaum. fl17.sf'71l.' Tommy Dozier, Glenda Schmidtgall, Nlontie Gerber, Nancy Turner, Pamela Rigsby. """'? 1 Qin v 1 in X ,puffy X fl' 1-,za -cJ'h"!'r :rf 4. '51 ' Second grade class eagerly awaits story l'hird grade leaves library classroom for lunch. lllllif. I-'Olilil-1Sl' k.R."lDlf 5, l"m11I row: Ill-Hllll' Lutl rel, Mae Nlilborn, Richard Craig, jackie Ann Righter, Sharon Amslulz, joan l'hrush, Patricia lluston, Claudia Hose. X1'lIIIH!7U11'.' Douglas Aberele, james Plattner, Sharon lloppler, Donna Sinner, Steve Metz, Keith llaab, Wayne Morrison. Tlwml nm: Gail Sue Barber, David Klchliiiii, Xllan Kaisner, llalymoll johnson, Samuel llachtold, johnny Kanlmennann, Deborah Kinare, Sylvia Sclinlitdgall. .llr.sr'r1l: Karen lfarney. SX., 4 V AA ,S UIQ. 5... ra Az -. wg-. rv' nails? .1 ,, .v'lx, C '..A "-4 vigil -n l'if,RRl'.Sl1 MRXIDIQ 3, limnl mu: William Lindsey, :Ki-nolti Xodcr, Nltxrciu Murray, Gerald Vince, liianu llonuggcr, Nliulirlcl liraxtiy, jackie' Niydlcr. Second mu: Toni l"olwull, Roger Hut-rtc, Robin Gee, Gloria Rytxn, Shirley Kmthclmus, Roger liohrxnon, lzric Bach. Timm' mu: l'mrbt1r.x Ricketts, AI on Kinarc, Nelson Nussbaum, David Nicrritt, lhxlc- Kimmcr- mam, l'.xtrit'i.1Lyotllrcy, 'Xnn lfntircs. i-'llvQe'r1!.' Lucille lfchr, Xxilllli1HlSlINIIlS. ifomu-gsi' cumin-1 ie, lfmif mu.. ether,-1 xiiisms, iam, wilt-, num, vim, l..my mir, imtiiti liryanty l""'CS V'luHl'l'f1, lbmmy Crouch, lionnic lit-cklioff, Richard King. Svrmzii' mu: Xlnrlcnc Plattncr, Judith Smith, Donna lfcllcrs, junc Ric 'cr jwnt' Ricrcr lvntlx llxclccr Ritricix Vlcxknmn l' uricix Pop:-joy Third mu' jill Nicl oughlin lflainc Anlikcr by , 1 2,5 3 .I A A , 1. 4 l . y 4 1 . . - 4 , , 1 Qonnic Hack, licrcsax .-Xustman, Gordon Kinarc, jrxintm l'r.xuh, 'xlicu Hodgson, Gloria liachroltl, Kurtis llucttc. .'llYSf'7Zf.' loiirlns Str-witrt. '. vi' Y WO' gy Nor f' of I - lourth gratis tt-.ltiicr crowns kingx ixnt: qticunx. lihiru ,grade readies tor daily noon-l1ou.rm.1rCh. -L... 1 9- , Tv' ' 'LI V7 '7 1 Q QL ,, , J' ul . f"'7 lfORRlfSl' UR:'ll3li 3, lfmnl mzr: joyee Barber, llelcn Schaffer, Donald lfc-hr, joan Brady., l'z1ulert.1 lford, Karliy Haab, Vicky Sue Herz. Sirfrrmil mu: Wayne Herz, Nlary Nlilhorn, Shirley Koehl, Peggy Metz, liuby5cl1miJrga1l, john l'lartner, kmyle Nlarrin. Tfwmf mn: Sherry Nlarrin, Larry Uarrels, Sheryl lienrley, Barbara Tyler, Vicky lornovxski, Diane Karnmermann, Ricky Winee. lfumlb mu: Gary Lee llaab, Yvonne Folwell, William Clouse, janiee liachtolrl, Larry Ryan, Marie lflarder, Ruth jupin. xlbsrfril: lierly llozier, Connie Riley. l'OliRliSli Lillsllili 6, lfmnt rmr: limma Schmidrgall, Gary Lurrrell, lflizaberh Coyne, Robert Hacker, Mary Clouse, Duane Nussbaum, johnny Vaughan. .Y1'rUr1rlrU11.' Robert Peterson, Nancy Kachelmuss, jerry lindres, Danny Craig, lfvelyn Seegmiller, lfugcne Nlusselmzln, Alice Sleirlinger. Tbznl rwzr: Mary Rickettr-2, james liraldy, Lena Bracken, Billy llaab, Verna Bachtold, Connie Day, l.ynn Kinare. Ahsvnl: Robert lieekhoff. 'xr' . NX ""' ,,s if 'W-1 0 If V i F H52 - 84 U . . ,' lllmt dot-s C lirisriims mr-.in to you, xldilrllllf .iski-djtwxii 'lnn X1.xr-tin of Carol lhiibel in the Forrest Upercttd 'Cfhrisunas I in Niriety-Nitro Words. 'Y' ,4-J lfURRliS'I' GR.-KDIC 7, lfmnr mu: Raymond Bryant, Dunne liuchtold, joan Jupin, Curtis Kaiiinieriiiari, Nliirlene Nlerifield, Sandra lzdwiirds, Diane King, Donald Tornovwski. Serum! mu: Sammy Honcgger, Nlildred lS.xcht0li.l, jon Merritt, Roberta liixchtold, joy Masters, Carol Knckelmuss, Douglas Forney. Third mu: Sally Peterson, Connie Anderson, james kiulliford, Niue Meencn, jounne Witte, lfunice Fehr, liarlene inlil-ter, Ronald Vhilker. I"ORRl'fS'I' GRADE 8, lfmnt mu: l'oby Day, Geneva Warder, james llonegger, Judy lfdwards bert Bachtold, jean inn NI'irtin jerr' liachtold, . L , y Kuisner, Larry Whitfill, Diivid Bachtold, Dennis Dozier, William Cfriag, joe Steidinger. Robert Gillespie, Dennis Ifranklin, Mary lfdwards, Carol Sue Wheat, Second mu: james Crump, Betty jo Lindsey, David Franklin, Her- Romona Knapp, Nicky Ricketts. Thin! rout Linda Ricger, Kenneth Koehl, Clifford Kinate, Shirley lfellers, Carol Vaibel. flb5e'nl: Roger Vrcky Nleta bays amh Ihese patrol boys have arded all vear rn the safety of the School D bhaddle admmrsters the flourrde treatment Although grade school puprls have fewer opportunrtres to par-trcrpate rn extra currlcular SCIIVIIICS than hrgh school Stu dents thex drd take part ID the 'Iupek mata Lxne Cfxnwpaxgn, put on 1 sprmg and three Chrrstmax opttettas and took an actrve part rn the llomen s C lub fart contest liebrdes thrs they par-txcrpated rn a comprehensrve health program consrstmg of the balk polro vfaccrne shots the flourldc dental treatments the dental x mx, and the TB test av- Nlrng grade students play jacks for noon hour W W f' recreatlon km' Roger Brown H165 to be brave as he recexvcs the balk P0110 Vac lmmy Garrels proudly drsplays hrs fhanlcsgrvmg pll- cmatron grrm -Gb -fv 4x 87 Fi ght, Win RUb4'l'tA l'..lL'f1IUlJ C..1nal Xkxibul Htlly -In 1.LIldSi':,' C L: CHI I RLI 'XD kjexcrly llurmc 1 xnn brauman ana Nhllu 4 X A N Ll xx x lamps llxang larnax Larcmxa llunuggvr D.-XSRli'l'l3.il.l. RILCURDS l.lgl1IXKL'lQllC Regular Season Von " lust 5 ith in Scetionnl l3ASRli'l'l5Al.l. RliCQORDS llc-41vywL'iggl1t Regular Season Won ll: Lost var 'J' llll I v 114 Ani All --Q FORREST l.IGHTWlilGHT BASKliTBALL, I-'mul mu: john Vaughn, Gene Musselman, james llonegger, jon Merritt, james Gulliford, Sam llonegger, Robert Gillespie, Douglas Farney, Gary Luttrell. .Nm-ond mir: Raymond Bryant, Bobby Peterson, Billy Haab, Bobby Hacker, Duane liachtold, Duane Nussbaum, Danny Craig, Billy Riley. 18' lfORRliST IllEAVYWIiIGH'I' BASKETBALI-, lfmnl mir: jerry Bachtold, Herb Bachtold, Wil- liam Craig, Clifford Kinate, james lionegger. Sm ond mu: Duane Bachtold, Sam Honegger, jon Merritt, james Gulliford, Douglas Famey, Gene Musselman. 'l'l11ra'rozl.' Bobby Gillespie, james Crump, Kenneth Kaisner, Ronald Walker, Duane Nussbaum. 90 3-,kktg ' -. FORREST TRACK SQUAD, Front row: Bobby Gillespie, Sam llonegger, Duane Bachtold, Bobby Peterson, Gene Musselman, Duane Nussbaum. Second row: Danny Craig, james Honegger, james Gulliford, jon Mer- ritt, Wayne Ricketts, Douglas Farney. Tbird row: Herb Bachtold, Roger Dozier, Clifford Kinate, William Craig, David Bachtold, Ronald Walker. TR ACK RECORDS At Chenoa ..:........... 3rd District . . . . Hv. Wt. 2nd Lt. Wt. 2nd County ...... . . . . . 3rd Gridley relays . . . . 3rd XXXXX G. Musselman, S. Honegger, J. Merritt, step easily over. lxinate shows fine form - W Practice starts for dash YIIED. , - " 'glQ,,,':4 - M-H ' t. t G f4f,,,,.,' ,NV V MM h --ff BASKETBALL RECORDS Regular Season Won l Losr T bi WING BASEBALL SQUAD, Front mu: Richard Brown, Larry Maurer, Wayne Stork, Vernon Schrof, Charles Cole, jimmy Stephens. Kffcond mn: David Miller, Bobby Hoke, Tommy Gardner, Harold Stoller. The Wildcats WING BASKETBALL SQUAD, Front row: jimmy Stephens, Larry Maurer, Wayne Stork, Vernon Schrof, Charles Cole. Second mu.- David Miller, Bobby Hoke, Cheerleaders Beverly Horine, Lynn Brauman, and jane Miller, Tommy Gardnc-r,Richard Brown, Harold Stoller. 92 ISA I.r. wr. Won - IIV. wr Won IU STR nhl: I IL.'II,I. RI-,i ,UR Q, . N SIRAXXX ISASIiIjALI. SQIQ,-XD, l-rms! mu: Robert Mueller, Roy Vondel, Richnrcl Iinchtcwlil, Clmrlc Q Farney, Ronald Riegcr, Richard Rieger, Gerald Ifzlrney. .Srfiwrzrr mv: Steve Rieuer, Sreprcn Ilnllnm, -l0llI'rI'1yNlO0l'L', Roger Reurl, Ifreil lellrg, Vulync lift, Roger Fairley, Irvin Iliuigenson, I' I.1mz. 'Ifvm mu: Robert Roth, james I- arney, Charles Lioembel, Maurice Ringler, Ilnrry Som jack Iloneggcr, joe Kc-cley, Jerome Iiroquard, Duane Xiartin, james Rinrgler. The Bluebirds AVN Ii:'xFI'ilz'IiI3:'1I.I. SQI AIU, lfrfml mu: Robert Mueller, Richard Rieger, Gerald I-urney. Wiwfii mx.: Steve Rieger, rfff, R Oper Ifairley, Irvin Iliggenson, Paul Lanz. 'l'f'1rn rf, H. 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