Forrest Strawn Wing High School - Tupek Yearbook (Forrest, IL)
- Class of 1958
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day---the regular floss period as well os this
special "Trig Study Hall."
"Time goes. you say? Ab no!
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The new office and the new superin-
tendent were two of the maior changes of
"Great economic and social forces flow
with a tidal sweep over communities that
are only half concious of that which is
befalling them. Wise statesmen are those
who foresee what time is thus bringing,
and endeavor to shape institutions and to
mold rnen's thought and purpose in
accordance with the change that is
silently surrounding them."
John Viscount Morley
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Harry Roth, Joe Broquard, Guy Moore. Absent-Frank Ringler.
R. W. Cummins
Assistant High School
Wing Grade School
Determining school policy is the duty of the
Board of Education, administering it is the task of
the superintendent, the principals, and individual
New this year is Supt. D. H. Van Ormer, who
came to FSW from Leland. From the moment of his
first arrival in Forrest he became enmeshed in the
intricacies of finishing the new building and transfer-
ing the grade school to it and, at the same time,
expanding the high school into the vacated grade
Another newcomer, Robert C. Cummins, is assist-
ant high school principal. Mr. Cummins, who came to
FSW from Honeggers', has charge of attendance and
teaches English and history.
The sole remaining member of the original unit
high school faculty is the assistant superintendent of
the unit, Miss Mabel Marlar, who has charge of guid-
ance and counseling, and sponsors many of the activ-
Miss Vera Gullberg, Strawn principal, and Cyril
Allen, principal of the new Meadowbrook School, are
also original members of the unit administration.
At the Wing Grade School, Richard Hanna, now in
his second year of administration, serves as principal
and teacher of the upper grades.
Among the seven members of the Board of Educa-
tion only Vaughan Horine remains as one who helped
start the newly-formed FSW Unit back in l949. Other
members of the Board are Keith Amstutz, president,
Harry Roth, secretary, Joe Broquard, Frank Ringler,
Guy Moore, and Leroy Kamrath. To these men falls the
difficult and timeconsuming task of meeting twice
monthly to work out policies in regard to transportation,
finance, teacher selection, and a myriad of other school
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As a regular part of their class, American history students are required to give
reports. Here Art Metz makes the class laugh with his description ofthe Russian
"They're clean," gloats Bob Roth as Coach Stahl checks his locker. Jerry Bachtold,
next in line, is not too confident of passing inspection.
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Like other American schools, F.S.W. had its bout with the "flu bug." Here Mr.
Aleshire helps Larry Luttrell, James Crump, Roger Reed, and Mariorie Brown
make up missed work.
Robert Cummins, A. B., B.M.
English and American History
Amold Stahl, B.S.
Sponsor: Sophomore Class
Rollin Aleshire, B.S.
World History, Play Coach
Sponsor: Junior Class
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Ruth Hippen was absent from the meeting.
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Bus drivers Warren Crane, Andrew Lehman, Reuben Metz, John Metz, and Frank Huette map out the bus routes
throughout the entire unit.
Janitors John Metz, Dale Skinner, and Art Shambrook discuss problems of their respective iobs.
Thus year the class actlvutles were as usual bake
sales ball game concessuons sock hops and barn
dances To this llst the lunlors added another dance
The Sweetheart Ball The beautiful decorations and the
muslc of a good combo made the evemng oneto remem
A Car Wash was sponsored by the sophomores
Two Saturdays un the sprung were set aside for the bug
operatlon On the flrst day they were plagued by ram
but the second day turned out such a great number of
cars that the class busily scheduled another day of
The lumors and seniors worked together for equal
profrt by selllng candy The flrst order of candy was
ordered more With both classes cooperating the work
was less for each student and the profut was more for
To end the year the lunrors sand good bye to the
seniors with the annual .lunror Senior Prom and Ban
quet Sayonara the theme chosen brought many
happy thoughts and nostalgic memones to the sensors
who then realized that they would soon be graduated
Tbere s a time or some things and a tame or all th: gs
A tune or great tbzngs and a tune or small :bangs
Mnguel de Cervantes
sold so quickly that the officers of the two classes
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Resting on the way home from the semor trip to New Head to toe measuring done by Miss Mabel Marlar, will deter
York, Miss Mabel Marlar and Mrs Margaret Koehler mine the length of Robert Caughey s commencement gown
put their feet up and relax while Carol Hodgson measures Keith Rneger s head for his
C oss ol V958
LYNN ANDERSON-FHA l,2,3,4, Historian 3, Camp Dele-
gate 45 GAA 1,2,35 Tonic 45 Topic 4, Editor 45 Tupek 3,45
Chorus 'l,2,35 Freshman Ensemble l5 Latin Club 25 Nation-
al Honor Society 2,3,45 Scholastic Awards 'l,25 Quill and
GAYLON BACH - FHA 'l,2,3, Treasurer 25 GAA 'l,2,45 Tupek
Staff 3,4, Editor 45 Junior Play5 Senior Play5 Chorus l,2,3,
4, Egyptian Music Camp Delegate 3,45 County Chorus 3,
Southern Belles 2,35 Freshmen Ensemble 'l5 Eskimisses
45 Librarian 3,45 National Honor Society 2,3,45 Scholastic
Awards 1,25 Band l,2,3,45 Quill and Scroll 4.
EUGENE BACHTOLD-Student Council l5 FFA 'l,25 Chorus
l,2,3,45 Basketball l,2,3,45 National Honor Society 2,3,45
Scholastic Awards l,2,3.
sHARoN BAcHToLo-FHA I,2,3,45 GAA 1,2,3,4, Junior
Play5 Chorus 'l,2,3,45 Class Secretary 45 Librarian 35 Band
l,2,3,45 Tonic 4.
A day for toil an hour for sport
But or a nend zs life too short
JOHN BEAL Student Council 3 FFA 1 2 3 4 Treasurer 3 4 Band 1 2 3 4, Pep Band 3 4 Chorus 4 Basketball 1
GEORGE BOWEN Band 1 2 3 4 Chorus 1 2 Industrial Arts 1 2 4 Vice President 2
GARY BRAUMAN FFA 1 2 3 4 Football 1 2 3 4
ROBERT CAUGHEY Student Council 2 3 4, President 4, District Secretary Treasurer 3 FFA l 2, President 2 Tonic
4 Topic 4, Editor 4 Tupek 3 Junior Play Senior Play Band 'I 2 3, Pep Band 1 2 3 Chorus 1 2 3 4 County Chorus
2 3 Basketball I 2 National Honor Society 2 3 4 Scholastic Awards 1 2 3 4 Valedictonan Quill and Scroll 4
JANETTE CRAIG GAA 1 2 3 4 Tonic 4 Junior Play Senior Play Malorette 1 Chorus 1 2 3 4 Freshman Ensemble 1
Cheerleader 2 3 4 Latin Club 2
DAVID CROUCH -Tupek 2,4 Sports Editor 45 Junior Play5 Senior Play' Chorus 1,2,3,4, County Chorus 35 Football 1
3,45 Basketball 1 2' Industrial Arts Club 2 4, President 4
DAVID FARNEY-Tonic 45 Topic 45 Chorus 1 2 3 4 County Chorus 3' Football 1,2 3,45 Basketball 1 2 45 Track 1,
3,45 Industrial Arts Club 2,3,4, Reporter 4
ROGER FARNEY -Student Council 45 FFA 1 23 4 Sentinal 2, Reporter 4' Tonic 4' Topic 45 Junior PIay5 Vice-Presi
CAROL GOEMBEL -GAA 15 Tonic 4 Editor 4' Topic 45 Senior Play, Student Director' Chorus 2 3,4 Freshman Ensem-
ble 1' Latin Club 2' Library Staff 45 Scholastic Awards 1,4' Quill and Scroll 4
CAROL HODGSON-Student Council 3, Historian 35 FHA 1,2,3,4 Historian 2 Treasurer 3, President 45 GAA 1,2,3,
Point Chairman 35 Tonic 4, Editor 45 Tupel: 3,45 Topic 45 Junior Play, Student Director5 Band 1,2,3 Swing Band 2,
Pep Band 2,35 Chorus 1,2,35 Freshman Ensemble 15 Class Secretary 15 Latin Club 2 Vice-President 25 National Honor
Society 253,45 Scholastic Awards 1,2,35 Quill and Scroll 45 Salutatorian.
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"He who bas a thousand friends
Has not a friend to spare."
LOREN HODGSON -FFA 1,2,3,4, Sentinel 45 Track 3.
GORDON HONEGGER -Tonic 4, Editor 45 Topic 45 Senior Play5 Band l,2,3,4, Pep Band 3,45 Chorus 2,3, County Chorus
35 Football l,2,3,45 Basketball 'l,25 lndustrial Arts Club l5 Class President 35 National Honor Society l,45 Scholastic
NANCY HONEGGER - FHA l,2,3, Vice-President 35 GAA 'l,2,35 Tonic 4, Editor 45 Topic 45 Tupek 2,3,45 Senior Play5
Chorus 'l,2,35 Library Staff 45 National Honor Society 2,3,45 Scholastic Awards 'l,2,3,4.
JANET KAISNER - FHA 'l,2,3,4, Historian 45 GAA l,2,3,4, Vice-President 35 Tonic 45 Tupek 2,3,45Junior Play5 Chorus
l,2,3,4, Secretary 2.
ROBERT KNAPP -Transfer Student 25 Tonic 45 Topic 45 Junior Play5 Senior Play5 Chorus 25 Football 2,3,45 Basket-
ball 25 Track 35 Industrial Arts Club 4, Vice-President 4.
CELIA KUNTZ -GAA l,2,35 Tonic 45 Topic 45 Junior Play5 Chorus 2,3,45 Freshman Ensemble 'l5 Latin Club 25 Class
Secretary-Treasurer 2,35 National Honor Society l,25 Scholastic Awards 1,25 Salutatorian.
MARY KUNTZ - Transfer Student 25 FHA 45 GAA l,2,35 Tonic 45 Topic 45 Chorus 2,3,45 Latin Club 2.
MARILYN KYBURZ- FHA l,2,3,4, Historian 35 Tonic 45 Topic 45 Band l,2,3,4, Librarian 25 Pep Band 2,3,45 Chorus
JANE LINDENBAUM-GAA l,2,3,45 Junior Play5 Senior Play5 Band l,2,3,4, Pep Band 2,3,4, Swing Band 2,35 Chorus
l,2,3,4, County Chorus 2,35 Southern Belles 2,35 Freshman Ensemble l5 Eskimisses 45 Latin Club 2.
CHA RL ES MERRITT - Tonic 45 Topic 45 Tupek 2,45 Junior Play5 Senior Play5 Chorus 'l,2,3,45 Librarian 4, County Chor-
us 35 Basketball 'l,2,3,45 Track 'l,2,3,45 Class Vice-President 2.
"Friendship that flows from the heart
Cannot be frozen by adversity."
SHIRLEY PETERSON -FHA 2,35 GAA 'l,2,3,45 Tonic 45 Band 1,2,3,4, Pep Band 2,3,45 Chorus 1,2,3,45 Southern Belles
2,35 Eskimisses 4.
KEITH RIEGER-Student Council 3,45 Tonic 45 Topic 45 Tupek 2,3,4, Sports Editor 35 Junior PIay5 Senior Play5 Home-
coming King5 Band l,2,3,4, German Band 1,2,3, Swing Band 1,25 Chorus l,2,3,4, Secretary-Treasurer 4, County Chorus
1,35 Football l,2,3,4, Captain 45 Basketball l,2,3,4, Captain 45 Track l,2,3,45 Boys State 35 Class Vice-President l,3,
President 45 National Honor Society 2,35 Scholastic Awards 15 Quill and Scroll 4.
DANIEL RINGLER -Student Council l,2,4, Vice-President 45 Tonic 45 Topic 45 Tupek 3,45 Junior Play5 Senior Play5
Band 1 2,3,4, German Band 2,35 Chorus 2,45 Football 1,2,3,45 Basketball 1,2,3,45 Track 1,2,3,45 Class President 1,25
Latin Club 25 National Honor Society 3,45 Scholastic Awards 2,35 Quill and Scroll 4.
JACK RINKENBERGER-FFA 1,2,3,4, Vice-President 2, Reporter 35 Band l,2.
ALBERT SANDERS-Tonic 45 Topic 45 Chorus 15 Industrial Arts Club l,2,4, Secretary 2.
BARBARA SCHMIDT -FHA 1,2,3,45 GAA l,2,3,45 Tonic 45 Junior Play5 Chorus 1,2,3,4, Librarian 45 Cheerleader 3.
BEVERLY SHIVE -FHA 1,2,3,45 GAA I,2,3,4, Secretary 45 Tonic 45 Junior Play5 Senior Play5 Band 2, Pep Band 25
Chorus 1,2,3,4, Secretary 45 Eskimisses 4.
DONNA STARKS-FHA 15 GAA 'I5 Tonic 45 Chorus l,2,3,4.
NANCY WALLACE-FHA 'I,2,3,4, Recreation Chairman 35 GAA 1,2,3,4, President 45 Tonic 45 Tupek 35 Jpnior Play5
Senior Play5 Band 'l,2,3,4, Parliamentarian 3, President 4, Pep Band 45 Homecoming Queen 45 Chorus l,2,3,4, Presi-
dent 3, County Chorus 45 Southern Belles 35 Eskimisses 45 Cheerleader 2,3,4, Captain 45 Girls State 35 Class Treasurer
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Beverly Anllker Della Baker Dowd Befqn
-,Une B"'lfnef Jerry Bracken
Leon Follmer Magdalene Goembel Mary Befh Head Andrea Hlavas Lloyd Honegger
Gordon Johnson Karla Johnson Larry Kois,-,er Roseunn Keeley Elmer Lanz
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Betty Jo Lindsey
.lean Ann Martin
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Mary Alice Horlne
Lou Ida Karsner
Barbara Ru nken berger
Conn: e Anderson
For the first time in its history,
FSW High School has a school flag.
After holding a contest in which students,
teachers, and ianitors drew and solicited
flag ideas, the Student Council asked
iudges to find a winner. The iudges
chose two flags which were equally
appropriate. This tie was broken when
they asked an authority which flag would
be easier to make.
This year, the Tupek and the Tonic
were presented with a new baby brother,
the Topic. This publication is printed in
the Fairbury Blade every other week.
Under the editorship of Lynn Anderson
and Robert Caughey, the Topic provides
school news to the entire community. It
also allows the Tonic staff to have a
better school paper for the students.
Under the direction of Mrs. Robert
Cummins, the FSW Girls' Chorus presented
an operetta. The cast was made up
entirely of girls, with girls working on
the scenery and girls in charge of prop-
erties. The production was so well
received that Mrs. Cummins and the
girls hope to have another next year.
"Some reckon time by stars,
And some by hours,-
Some measure days by dreams,
And some by flowers:
My beart alone records
My days and bours ..... "
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Before giving her speech at the district convention,
Mary Beth Head gets reassurance from Robert
Avery successful year has been turned in by
the Forrest-Strawn-Wing Student Council as they
sponsored many school activities, held a flag
contest, and won an office in the Kankakee Dis-
trict Student Council Convention.
Robert Caughey was the FSW council presi-
dent, Dan Ringler was the vice-president, and
Janice McNutt was the secretary-treasurer. These
officers were elected at the end of the i956-57
During the i957-58 year, the first proiect the
council undertook was to prepare the school
against fire in case of any emergency that might
arise. To do this, they cleaned the fire escapes
and held several fire drills.
ln the next few weeks the council nominated
Mary Beth Head to run for vice-president of the
Kankakee District. Mary Beth delivered a fine
speech and was elected by the schools repre-
sented. Robert Caughey fulfilled his duties as
secretary and did a very fine iob also.
While at the district convention, the council
heard reports that many schools had student
centers. The council members thought this was a
good idea and wondered if it would work in the
FSW district. However, due to the lack of interest
in the school, the proiect was abandoned.
Shown at a student council meeting are: Harry Sohn, Roger Forney, James Gulliford, Miss Mabel Marlar, Keith Rieger,
Janice McNutt, Robert Caughey D R' l Mar B th Head Llo d Honeg er Gordon Johnson and Betty Jo Lindsey
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By this time Homecoming was here and the
Student Council held their annual Homecoming
events. Everything went off successfully as a
colorful dance and some very interesting floats
in the parade highlighted the festivities.
ln December the council held their Christmas
party and chose for a movie "The Frog Men."
Hot dogs, chocolate or orange drink were served
after the movie was shown.
The council didn't meet much during the first
six weeks. They got started by holding a flag
contest. A five dollar first prize was given to the
winner. Teachers, janitors, and students were
able to enter the contest.
Rounding out the year, the council revised
the old constitution and drew up a code of ethics
which was given to the high school students and
will be given to all incoming freshmen. Keith
Rieger and Mary Beth Head attended the State
Student Council Convention in April. Keith was
on the resolutions committee and Mary Beth at-
tended special meetings for district officers who
will serve this district next year.
The last day before Christmas vacation the student council
always spreads the holiday spirit with an all school
Each year, in order to interest seniors in the teaching
profession, the FSW Student Council sponsors a Student
Control Day. Here Donna Starks and Nancy Honegger try
their hand at teaching eager first graders.
After counting votes for next year's officers at the
District Student Council Convention, Robert Caughey,
Keith Rieger, and two state officers look ot the district
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Fine music and beautiful decorations made the evening very enjoyable
for the students and the alums at the annual Homecoming Dance.
A Dey Te Remember
Following the parade, Eskimo fans gathered
at the football field for a pep session. The fresh-
man class and Mr. Paul Cary, their sponsor, enter-
tained the spectators with their interpretation of
"Stahlwhite'and the Eleven Dwarfs." They must
have frightened the evil spirits away because the
FSW Eskimos defeated Cullom's Bluebirds l2-O,
winning the first homecoming game in several
Ramona Knapp, Hinda and Betty Jo Lindsey settle down to the
hard task of making ivy for the dance.
A regular occurence is the big pep rally led by the Eskimos' cheerleaders before the Homecoming Game.
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GIRLS' CHORUS-FRONT ROW: Mrs. Cummins, Janice Honegger, Lou lda Kaisner, Donna Benway, Jan Craig, Mary
Kuntz, Mary Hirstein, Marlene Merifield, Maribeth Ebach, Shirley Bryant. SECOND ROW: Mariorie Brown, Janice
McNutt, JoAnn Jupin, Kay Masters, Beverly Ellis, Carol Kachelmuss, Diane King, Joy Masters, Jeanne Hurt. THIRD
ROW: Betty Jo Lindsey, Bonnie Metz, Suellen Cunningham, Sally Peterson, Connie Anderson, Donna Starks, Sharon
Bachtold, Janet Kaisner, Clarene Coyne, Hinda Lindsey. FOURTH ROW: Jane Miller, Brenda Honegger, Beverly
Horine, Beverly Shive, Della Baker, Celia Kuntz, Joyce Kuntz, Doris Ringler, Marilyn Schmidt, Sandra Edwards.
BACK ROW: Mae Meenen, Shirley Peterson, Roseann Keeley, Mary Kay Monahan, Joy Knauer, Lynne Brauman, Helen
Kuntz, Carol Goembel, Earlene Anliker, Marilyn Kyburz.
With wide smiles, the FSW choruses per-
formed their tasks under the direction of Mr. John
Griesemer and Mrs. Luetta Cummins. During the
i957-58 school year they all sang at the P.T.A.
Christmas program. "Christmas ln Other Lands,"
the theme of the Christmas program, was inter-
preted by singing carols from France, Germany,
The following spring the girls' chorus pre-
sented an operetta. lt featured Gaylon Bach in
the starring rolewith a supporting cast of singers
The Eskimisses and the Freshman-Sopho-
more Ensemble, two special singing groups,
were formed this year to provide music for the
local organizations in the community such as the
Women's League, Women's Club, and the churches.
Besides these places the Eskimisses mode a
special tape recording which was played over the
Streater radio station. To prepare for these
engagements they practiced one free period a
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FRONT ROW: Ramona Knapp, Magdalene Goem- Here is the newly-formed Freshman-Sophomore Ensemble.
bel, Margaret Clouse, Mary Beth Head. SECOND FRONT ROW: Mrs. Luetta Cummins, Lou lda Kaisner, Jane
ROW: Pauline Tooley, Jean Ann Martin, Jane Miller, Brenda Honegger, Marlene Merifield, Janice Honegger.
Lindenbaum. THIRD ROW: Barbara Schmidt, SECOND ROW: Beverly Horine, Mae Meenen, Jean Ann
Mildred Bachtold, June Birkner, Eunice Fehr. Martin, Linda Rieger, Earlene Anliker, Betty Jo Lindsey.
FOURTH ROW: Sandra Edwards, Barbara Rink-
enberger, Patricia Farney, Anne Miller, Andrea
Hlavas. FIFTH ROW: Gaylon Bach, Nancy
Wallace, Linda Rieger, Carol Waibel.
Added To Choral Groups
BOYS' CHORUS - FRONT ROW: Mr. John Griesemer, Jerry Tooley, Toby Day, Wayne lfft, Rodger Dozier, Larry Maurer,
James Starks, Robert Roth, Douglas Farney, Robert Gillespie, Raymond Bryant, Larry Oyer. SECOND ROW: Lloyd
Honegger, Wayne Ricketts, Robert Caughey, Daniel Ringler, Jerry Bachtold, David Beron, Thomas Gardner, Ronald
Walker, Jack Moore, David Crouch, Jon Merritt. THIRD ROW: David Farney, James Gulliford, Larry Whitfill, Jack
Honegger, Charles Merritt, Ronald Moore, Eugene Bochtold, John Beal, Gene Metz, Keith Rieger, Joe Keeley, Gordon
FRONT ROW: Ronald Moore, Gene Metz, John Beal. SECOND ROW: Roger Forney, Loren Hodgson, Harry Sohn, Mr.
Patrick Gallivan. THIRD ROW: Bill Decker, Bob Roth, Wayne Ricketts, Elmer Lanz, Don Brewer. FOURTH ROW:
Dennis Koehl, David Bachtolcl, Gary Brauman, Jack Rinkenberger. FIFTH ROW: Ray Lanning, Wayne lfft, Larry
Maurer, Jerry Tooley, Steve Rieger.
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The iunior and senior boys in FFA visited the Farm
Progress Show held at Farmer City, lllinois, in September
of l957. The groups saw all of the latest farm machinery
and buildings at the event.
The next trip was a day at the lnternational Livestock
Exhibition which all FFA members attended.
ln March the chapter officers, consisting of Gene
Metz, President, Ronald Moore, Vice-President, Harry
Sohn, Secretary, Roger Forney, Reporter, and Loren Hodg-
son, Sentinal, accompanied by their advisor, Patrick
Gallivan, attended a meeting at Honeggers' and Company
during which Honeggers' was presented a certificate for
being a sponsor of the State Future Farmers of America.
Many state officers were on hand for the event.
Gene Metz was chosen by the club as the outstand-
ing FFA senior boy of the local chapter, thereby winning
the DeKalb Award. The club also had a "Kill the Var-
mint" contest which Gary Brauman won with 8,000 points.
Donald Brewer won second with 7,800 points.
The lndustrial Arts Club examines one of their proiects which has been constructed in class. Shown here, starting
from the left, are Raymond Bryant, Mr. Roland Swenson, Toby Day, Jerry Bachtold, Robert Gellespie, Dennis Franklin,
Roger Dozier, Kenneth Kaisner, Thomas Gardner, Ronald Walker, David Franklin, James Gullilord, Jerry Broquard, Larry
Whitfield, Robert Knapp, David Crouch, David Forney, David Thorp, and Joseph Keeley.
Industrial Arts Club
Ari plus Inclusiry equals Proiecis
Because they needed more time to work on
club proiects, the lndustrial Arts Club for the
first time this year began to have evening meet-
The club as a group sold a liquid spray anti-
septic which was supposed to take the place of
band-aids. lndividual members made special pro-
iects which they sold for their own profit.
The juniors and seniors in the club attended
"Project Fair" at the ISNU campus April 18 and
l9 where they competed against Industrial Arts
Clubs all over the state.
On May 2 and 3 the officers went to Rockford
for a state convention.
This yeor's leaders were David Crouch, pres-
identg Robert Knapp, vice-president, and Joseph
David Forney and Robert Knapp assist David Crouch in
measuring the shelves of his proiect.
This year's F.H.A. Style Show featured the latest styles.
Here Julia Brown models a nautical blouse.
F.H.A.'ers make season's cheer by spreading ioy
with decorations of Noel.
Fun And Service Chorcicierize FHA.
With the theme "FHA On Record" many new
and different activities spun themselves into the
year for the FSW Future Homemakers of America.
A watermelon feast started the year off,
giving the new members a chance to get
acquainted with the organization. ln October the
FHA girls assisted the community with UNESCO,
one of the year's FHA projects. A short trip was
taken by the organization via Miss Mabel Marlar's
films on the Scandinavian countries which she
had toured that summer. Caroling at Christmas
time was called oft after going to one house
because of the cold, rainy weather. At the FHA
Christmas party, gifts were exchanged by the
"grab bag" method. During the observation of
FHA Week, the FHA girls participated in "dress-
up" day, surprise day, and courtesy day. The
girls also attended church on Sunday and wore
their pins on a specified day.
The club was under the leadership of Carol
Hodgson and under the direction ofthe advisor,
Miss Joyce Wuehle. Mrs. Hodgson and Mrs. Head
were chapter mothers.
FRONT ROW: Janet Kaisner, Nancy Honegger, Shirley Bryant, Carol Hodgson, Mary Beth Head, Bonnie Metz, Jean Ann
Martin, Miss Joyce Wuehle. SECOND ROW: Julia Brown, Maribeth Ebach, Jeanne Hurt, Janice McNutt, Anne Miller,
Marilyn Kyburz, Mariorie Brown, Donna Benway, Lou lda Kaisner. THIRD ROW: Mary Kuntz, Hinda Lindsey, Betty Jo
Lindsey, Joy Masters, Connie Anderson, Mary Edwards, Diane King, Carol Kachelmuss, Mary Carol Hirstein, Beverly
Ellis. FOURTH ROW: Mary Alice Horine, Suellen Cunningham, Brenda Honegger, Joyce Kuntz, Doris Ringler, Beverly
Shive, Beverly Horine, Ramona Knapp, Sharon Bachtold, Marilyn Schmidt, Jane Miller. FlFTH ROW: Mildred Bachtold,
Lynn Anderson, Pauline Tooley, Barbara Schmidt, Sandra Edwards, Mae Meenen, June Birkner, Della Baker, Magdalene
Goembel, Celia Kuntz. SIXTH ROW: Earline Anliker, Roseanne Keeley, Helen Kuntz, Nancy Wallace, Joy Knauer,
Linda Rieger, Lynne Brauman, Carol Waibel, Mary Kay Monahan, Barbara Rinkenberger, Patricia Farney.
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The Perfect Idiot
Dan Tennyson, a conceited, egotistical,
young genius, suddenly became the most popular
boy in school after his parents insisted that he
became more sociable. He promised to use hyp-
nosis to help the schola's star athlete remain
eligible for the conference track meet if his
brother, Jackie, and his friends including Linda
Barnard, the principal's daughter and the most
popular girl in school, would help him become a
social success. After intentionally scoring a per-
fect zero on a college entrance examination so
that he would be able to stay home with Linda,
he was considered a "Perfect Idiot." Dan and
the gang finally convinced Dr. Von Barf, a noted
psychiatrist who had been called in on the case,
that he really was a genius rather than an idiot.
Having cleared the air of confusion, Linda and
Dan prepared to leave for college together.
The play, held on November 21, was under
the direction of Mrs. Luetta Cummins with the
assistance of Carol Goembel, student director.
TOP LEFT -
"Don't point that thing at me--they stole my car-
David Crouch sinks into the dark realms of hypnosis
under the influence of Charles Merritt's "combin-
ation wire recorder and tone generator."
STANDING Mrs Cummins, Carol Geombel, Beverly Shave, Dan Ringler, Jane Lindenbaum, Gordon Honegger, Nancy Hon-
egger, Jack Moo , and Nancy Wallace SEATED Robert Knapp Charles Merritt, Mary Kay Monahan, Keith Rieger, David
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Admiring the "magic-wishing" ring are Lloyd Honeg-
ger, James Starks, David Beran, Pauline Tooley, Anne
Miller, Janice McNutt, Alan Metz, Mary Beth Head,
Gordon Honegger, Hindu Lindsey, Mr. Roland Aleshire,
Roseanne Keeley, and Leon Follmer.
The Nervous Wrecl4Etifd
"The Nervous Wreck" was presented by the
Junior Class on April ll. The play was directed
by Mr. Roland Aleshire, Shirley Bryant acted as
The play was centered around a family who
owned CI small hotel which had suffered loss of
business because of a hotel on the other side of
Madame X, who roomed at the hotel, tricked
several persons who were superstitious into buy-
ing a "magic-wishing" ring. Anyone who bought
the ring was to wish three wishes, which were
supposed to come true.
Gordon Johnson, who was the "nervous
wreck," came to stay at this supposed-to-be-quiet
hotel to find it nothing but a realistic bedlam.
TOP RIGHT -
David Beran lays down the law to his daughter, Hin-
da Lindsey, in front of her friends, Janice McNutt,
Lloyd Honegger, and Pauline Tooley.
LOWER RIGHT -
Arther Metz and William Decker put up curtain rods
while Barry Rcsmussin does some last minute paint-
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Night School was introduced for the
students, parents, and faculty member
Until the students got accus-
tomed to the idea, the thought of
evening classes with parents visit-
ing didn't appeal to them. ln spite
of this, "Night School" became a
huge success as parents flocked in
by the hundreds.
Although the parents goto gen-
eral idea of what goes on in the
class room, they didn't see the
little incidents that happen every
day. They didn't see the fun, the
work, the joy, and the sorrow of the
student throughout the school year.
The juniors were still delighted
with their class rings, the study hall
had the Christmas tree, the Tonic came
out, and students still wondered
what to do about report cards.
We like to call the next few
pages of our book "School Life"
because they show just these things.
Although students take these every-
day occurrences for granted now,
they will cherish them as school
first time at F.S.W. this year. After attending classes in all three schools,
s met in the F.S.W. gym for refreshments.
School Life at FSW
"Girls Will Be Girls," was presented this year by the F.S.W. Girls' Chorus
in their first attempt at an operetta. Here Nancy Wallace sings about romance
while the dancing chorus adds extra beauty.
TOP LEFT -
Jaclc Moore, Robert Knapp, Dan Ringler, Gordon Honeg-
get, and Keith Rieger discuss split-T formations with
Coach Arnold Stahl in a pre-game chalk talk.
TOP RIGHT -
"Then promenade home!" hollers freshman advisor
Paul Cary to Marlene Merifield, Ronald Walker, Barbara
Rinkenberger, Joe Keeley, and Marilyn Schmidt at the
"You can knock me down, step on my face, slander my
name all over the place," says Freshman Connie An-
derson to Senior Gordon Honegger at initiation.
BOTTOM LEFT -
Nancy Wallace, Miss Barbara Loveless, Beverly Ellis,
and Mary Hirstein read up on the latest news before
study hall starts.
BOTTOM RIGHT -
Browsing in the FSW library can turn up a lot of inter-
esting reading material. Junice McNutt checks a book
out of the library with the help of Nancy Honegger, one
of the student librarians.
Wmnlng trophles IS no change for FSW for, as In
the many years gone by, the sports department at FSW
The football team won second nn the conference
for the second consecutive year, and the basIcetbaII
team won three trophies first pIace un the conference,
first place In the conference tournament, and second
place In the Dwight Holiday Tournament which the team
entered this year for the tlrst tlme
The track team turned an a successful season by
wlnnmg second In the conference meet
The lunlors admlnng the trophies have hopes of
A lzme lzke this demands
Strong mtnde great bearts true faxtb and ready bands
Men who have honor men wbo wzll not Ile
Tull men sun crowned who live above the og
In publzc duty and ln pfzvate tbxnkzng
Josnah Gulbert Holland
equaling this record next year.
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Cheerleaders. Carol Waubel, Nancy Wallace,
Clifford K inate
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FSW 27 -- Piper City 0 FSW 0 -- Chenoa l2 FSW 19 -- Fairbury 26
FSW 31 -- Kempton 0 FSW 34 -- OMS 13 FSW 0 -- Chatsworth 7
Won 5 -- Lost 4
Halfback Joe Steidinger slices off tackle for a first down against Fairbury in the waning minutes ofthe last quarter
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End Tackle Tackle
1 Men, Coach Arnold Stahl says during half time of a
S crucial Vermillion Valley Conference game, We ve lust
got to win this game'
The Forrest-Strawn-Wing Eskimos completed
successfully their 1957 football campaign, win-
ning five of nine games and tying for second
place in the Vermillion Valley Conference race.
The Eskimos opened their campaign against
Saunemin, a highly rated club. With the touch-
downs of David Forney, Joe Steidinger, and Dan
Ringler, the Eskimos downed the Eagles l9-7.
Piper City proved to be an easy victim as the Es-
kimos downed them 27-6. Dan Ringler scored two
touchdowns and one extra point, while Keith Rie-
ger made a kick of 80 yards. Kempton also was
overwhelmed by the Eskimos 31-0 as Gordon Hon-
egger, senior guard, played a good defensive game
and scored on a beautiful 67-yard run. ln the home-
coming game FSW blanked Cullom l2-0.
An attack of Asian Flu almost stopped the
Eskimos cold as they went down to their first de-
feat l2-0 against their old rivals from Chenoa.
The Eskimos had several good chances to score
but just couldn't get clicking.
Onarga Military School, a formidable foe,
was behind l4-l3 at half time but couldn't stay
in the game as the Eskimos scored three touch-
downs in the final half. Keith Rieger, keeping to
a ground game, scored 20 points to lead the Es-
kimos in that department.
Onarga Community downed the Eskimos in
Onarga's homecoming 27-0. The Eskimos, playing
a poor first halt, held the Indians to iust six
points the second half. Undefeated Fairbury came
to Forrest and led 26-7 at one time in the game,
but the fighting Eskimos made a great comeback
by scoring two quick touchdowns. However the
gun ended the game 26-l9 in favor of Fairbury.
FSW wound up their season at Chatsworth,
where a blocked punt broke a tight game and pro-
vided Chatsworth's winning touchdown, 7-0.
Nine seniors line up before their last
home game with Fairbury. They are: Gordon
Honegger, guard, Robert Knapp, center,
David Crouch, guard, Coach Arnold Stahl,
Dan Ringler, haltback, Jack Moore, tackle,
" David Farney,end, Gene Metz, tackle, Gary
Brauman, tackle, and Captain Keith Rieger,
7 3 X quarterback.
X Gordon Honegger, Keith Rieger, and
Dan Ringler each received a berth on the
Vermilion Valley Conference All Star Team
and received honorable mention on the all-
All of the seniors held starting posi-
tions and six of the nine have lettered for
three years or more. They are Keith Rieger,
Gordon Honegger, Robert Knapp, David
Crouch, Dan Ringler, and Jack Moore.
Dan Ringler starts out on a 30-yard touchdown against Cullom stops Dan Ringler after a long gain.
FRONT ROW Coach Arnold Stahl, Leon Follmer, David Crouch, Bob Knapp, Gordon Honegger, Gene Metz, Manager Ken
Kausner SECOND ROW Jr m Starks, David Farney, Dan Ringler, Keith Rieger, Sam Terrell, Joe Steidinger, Jack Honeg
ger THIRD ROW Don Brewer, Gordon Johnson, Gary Brauman, Jack Moore, Alan Metz, Bill Decker, Jerry Bracken C l
ford Kmate, Nick Ricketts, Rodger Dozier FOURTH ROW Don Tornowskr, Larry Maurer, Doug Forney, Bob Gillespie,
Harry Sohn, Tom Gardner, John Spencer, Bob Roth, Wayne Ricketts, Jon Merritt, Jerry Bvchtold, and James Honegger.
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With high hopes, the fourth ranked
Eskimos entered the Fairbury regional
supporting a 22 and 5 record. ln order
to gain the championship, the Eskimos
had to down a strong Lexington team
and defeat the top ranked team, Normal
Lexington played a good floor
game but couldn't keep up with the
Eskimos as the game ended 73 to 56
in favor of FSW. The semi-final game
with Normal proved to be interesting
in more ways than one. Normal's scor-
ing ace Bill Kirby was matched against
FSW's counterpart, Keith Rieger. After
an exciting and hard fought game, the
scoreboard showed FSW in the lead by
Captain Keith Rieger
Eslcimos Advance To
Finals In Regional
Coach Arnold Stahl
a score of66 to 6l, and the scorebooks
showed that Keith Rieger had 25 points
to Bill Kirby's l2.
Tension was at fever pitch as the
referee's whistle sounded starting the
championship game with FSW's next
door neighbor, Fairbury. The game
remained close all the way, and after
o hard fought first half, the Eskimos
led 35 to 34 at halftime, however, as
the paints for both teams kept rolling
up in the second half, Foirbury cap-
italized on o few bad breaks by the
Eskimos andthe game ended with Fair-
bury the regional champs bya score of
69 to 66.
Joe Steidinger rebounds against terrific odds in Normal
ESKIMOS ACHIEVE BEST
As usual the Forrest-Strawn-Wing Eskimos
started the season with ability but a definite
lack of height. Despite this lack, the Eskimos
posted a 24 to 6 season record, won the con-
ference and the conference tournament, gained
second in the Dwight Holiday Tournament and
were runners-up in the Regional. This gives
evidence ofa highly successful season.
ln the first game of the season the Eskimos
ran into the height problem and lost to Gibson
City in the final seconds, 57 to 55. The FSW
quintet then finished their remaining games in
i957 with six straight victories. They subdued
Chenoa easily 73 to 37 and then stepped past
Onarga, a tough conference foe, 48 to 42.
Chatsworth proved easy to a hot-shooting
Eskimo band as the Bluebirds lost 79 to 44.
Piper City fell in the next game 62 to 4l.
l.exington's always tough Minutemen were
defeated 63 to 61 and Cullom, another con-
ference standout, lost 67 to 60.
After the holidays the Eskimos tuned up
for the V.V. Conference Tournament with a 58
to 40 win over EI Paso and then were sent to
their third defeat at the hands of Fairbury 84
to 76. The Tartars had previously defeated
FSW in the holiday tournament championship
Eskimos' cheerleaders Carol Waibel, June Birkner,
Jan Craig, and Linda Rieger share credit fora
SEASON IN RECENT YEARS
predictions, post 24-6 record
After winning the conference tournament,
the Eskimos tackled the task of winning the
conference. Roberts-Thawville fell 62 to 54
and was followed by Kempton 72 to 50 and
Melvin-Sibley 71 to 53.
A never-say-die Eskimo band came from
behind to defeat Morris 65 to 58 in the next
game. Then four straight foes were easy vic-
tims. Octavia lost 79 to 6l, Saunemin suc-
cumbed 79 to 49, Chenoa was snowed under
71 to 46, and Onarga Military School fell 64 to
Finishing the season with three of the
toughest teams in the area, the Eskimos won
only one but gained valuable experience.
Pontiac caught them on one of their few bad
nights but had to hold on for dear life as the
FSW five came from 13 points behind only to
lose 63 to 60. A tall, talented Rantoul team
squeezed by the Eskimos 65 to 64 on a last
second shot. FSW then gained revenge for
two earlier defeats at the hands of Fairbury by
defeating the Tartars 63 to 62.
This completed one of the best regular
seasons in FSW's history. Six seniors bade
farewell to high school basketball. They were
Keith Rieger, Eugene Bachtold, Chuck Merritt,
Danny Ringler, Gene Metz, and David Forney.
Keith Rieger attempts shot against Fairbury in champion
ship game ofthe Regional tournament.
"B" Team posts I4 - 7
record despite tough schedule
The Forrest-Strawn-Wing High School "B"
team scored an impressive l4-7 record this sea-
son while playing one of the toughest schedules
in the area.
ln the seven games played before the holi-
days, the "Juniors" won four and lost three while
gaining much needed experience. They lost to
Gibson 49,l8, won from Chenoa 37-28, lost to
Onarga 35-34, defeated Chatsworth 3l-22, plas-
tered Piper 46-27, were defeated by Lexington
46-35, and subdued Cullom 44-3l.
After the holidays the "B" team started
right by winning three straight games. They de-
feated EI Paso 32-30, Fairbury 40-35,and Roberts
They then lost two of the next three games.
Kempton defeated them 36-34, but Melvin was
downed 47-45. Morris then defeated the "B's"
They then showed good talent by winning
four straight. Octavia fell 52-50, Saunemin 55-34,
Chenoa 3l-26, and OMS 55-23.
Eskimo defense proves to be strong as Joe Keeley ties
up ball with Chenoa.
ln the last three games of the regular season
the second team lost to Pontiac 5l-40, won from
Rantoul 46-38, and defeated Fairbury 46-37.
The Freshmen-Sophomore team competed in
the Paxton Frosh-Soph Tournament but were de-
feated in the first game by Rantoul 52-49.
This was an highly successful season and
raises the hopes of FSW followers for futureyears.
FRONT ROW: Coach Arnold Stahl, John Merritt, Joe Keeley, Clifford Kinate, James Gulliford, and Robert Roth. SEC
OND ROW: Robert Gillespie, Wayne Ricketts, Jerry Bachtold, Douglas Forney, Steve Rieger, and Manager David Thorpe
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distance in the broad iump. the conference's top pole vuulters.
The Five Point-Producers
This year the Forrest-Strawm
Wing track team was "always a
bridesmaid and never a bride." ln
seven track meets, the Eskimos
gained six second place finishes.
Among these seconds was a second
place finish in the Vermillion
Valle Conference Meet at Onarga.
'Fo start the season, theteam
scored 48W points and placed second
in a triangular meet with Cullom and
Piper City, Cullom won first with 68
points, while Piper was third with
33 314. At their next track meet the
FSW thinlies had an off day and
placed third behind Chatsworth and
Onarga Military. Chatsworth won
with 66M points, OMS had 42 3f4,
and FSW finished with 38 314.
The Eskimos got back into their
bridesmaid role by gaining another
second in a triangular meet with
Chatsworth and Saunemin. The score
was Chatsworth 65, FSW 52, and
Saunemin 3'l. The team then traveled
to Watseka for a night track meet
with Watseka and Gibson City,
Watseka wasfirstwith 81 'lf3points,
FSW was again second with 40 V3,
and Gibson had 18 V3.
The FSW track squad then
iourneyed to Colfax for a triangular
meet with Sangamon Valley powers
Leon Follmerthrillsthe Eskimos
fans as he breaks the V.V.
Conference 880 record.
Octavia and Heyworth, where FSW
squeaked offwith another second by
nudging Octavia 36 to 35W. However,
Heyworth won with 76M points. ln
the final triangular meet of the
season, the Eskimos gained another
second with 542 points. Chatsworth
won with 642 and Roberts-Thawville
At the Vermillion Valley Con-
ference Meet, the track squad ex-
ceeded all expectations and finished
a strong second to Chatsworth. The
Eskimos scored 44 points to Chats-
worth's 60. Leon Follmer, winner of
one of the two FSW firsts, set a new
conference record in the 880 yard
run. Danny Ringler gained the other
first by copping the broad iump.
FSW's chief point producers
were Danny Ringl er with 53 3f4, Joe
Steidinger 53 lfl2, Keith Rieger
49M, Leon Follmer 49, and Chuck
With no individual stars, the
Eskimos showed good depth by plac-
ing second, third, and fourth in many
events. The season was highly suc-
cessful and marked the end of the
high school athletic careersof Keith
Rieger, Danny Ringler, Chuck Mer-
ritt, and Gordon Honegger.
Chuck Merritt runs the high hurdles, during practice, to
Joe Steidinger clears 5'5" easily in practice. sharpen up for the V.V. Conference Meet.
Sophomore Wayne Ricketts completes last lap of the mile with
Underclassmen show promise
With the outstanding ability demonstrated by
many of the freshmen and sophomores during the
'58 track season, FSW can look forward to a prom-
ising track future.
The freshmen showed speed and balance in
the Vermillion Valley Conference meet when they
placed second in the 440 yard relay, moreover,
Jack Honegger, a freshman, also made a fine show-
ing by winning fourth place in the discus.
Although no sophomores places in the regular
conference meet, dashmen Rodger Dozier, Jerry
Bachtold, and Bobby Gillespie, along with miler
Wayne Ricketts and weight man Clifford Kinate,
helped the Eskimos'cause in the triangular meets.
Ending the '57-'58 sports season, the fresh-
men-sophomores gained a creditable third in the
Freshman-Sophomore Conference meet.
Practice proves an asset to Jack
Honegger before the F-S Meet.
Joe Keeley and Jon Merritt have a fast exchange while
practicing the 440 relay.
FRONT ROW: David Thorp, Dan Ringler, Jon Merritt, Gordon Honegger, Bob Gillespie, Rodger Dozier, John Spencer,
and Alan Metz. SECOND ROW: Joe Keeley, Keith Rieger, Jim Gulliford, Jack Honegger, Joe Steidinger, Leon Follmer,
Chuck Merritt, Frank Peterson, Wayne Ricketts, Jerry Bachtold, and Coach Arnold Stahl.
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Time brought no change so needed
nor so important as the one suggested by
this picture. Moving day, when the ele-
mentary grades were transferred from the
old building, which they shared with the
high school, to their tine new modern
"Meadowbrook" school, meant many
changes, not only to the grades but to the
high school which was then given room
The Forrest Grade School not only
had the new school, but also some new
students as the Wing seventh and eighth
grades were moved into Forrest.
Wing had a new multi-purpose room
which gave the students a place to play
when the weather was bad and also
provided a place to have P.E. and their
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Wing Grade School Prlncupal
Forrest Farst Grade
Forrest Second Grade
Forrest Third Grade
Forrest Fourth Grade
Forrest Fufth Grade
Forrest Fnfth Grade
Forrest Suxth Grade
Forrest Seventh Grade
Forrest Elghth Grade
Wang Fnrst, Second Grades
Wang Third, Fourth, Fufth Grades
Strawn First, Second Grades
Strawn Thnrd, Fourth Grades
Strawn Fufth, Suxth Grades
Strawn Seventh, Enghth Grades
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Clossroom Scenes From The
Three Elementory Schools
FIRST GRADE Forresf
Furs? Row Bully Clark, Mary Ann Vaughn, Johnny Stoller, Lunda Anderson, Jane Honegger, Duane Rleger, Kay Emberton,
Wlnce, Becky Terrell Jnmmue Maplefhorpe, Sieve Luffrell, Terry Falwell, Mulxe Endres Tlurd Row Miss Carolyn
Metz, Terry Kammermon, Wally Mowery, Eddne Walker, Barry Koehl, Rodney Znmmerman, Barry Smoclz, Debby Jo Honeg
ger, Johnny Davus, Mary Zorn
John Yoder, Ronald McWhorter, Danny Garrels. Second Row: Paul Amsfutz, Cindy Stiedinger, Earl Baker, Billy Joe
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First Row: Gregory Stoller, John Ambrose, John Amstutz, Lloyd Stehle, Suzanne Bailey, Diane Culkin. Second Row:
Mrs. Wanda Jacobs, Mary Ann Gaston, James Emberton, Bernice Bachtold, Curtis Zimmerman, Thomas Sims, Pamela
Thiel. Third Row: Dennis Vaughn, Victoria Fellers, Linda Weakman, Mary Beth Rieger, Randy Wait, Frank Mydler,
Richard Vaughn, Randall Dempsey. Absent: Kathleen Jackson, Deborah Newtson, Roger Haab, Jean Ricketts, Sandra
Bachman, Valery Sanders.
ln the spring art work has an
especial appeal for Miss West's
THIRD GRADE, Forrest
First Row' Joyce Mydler, Katherine Gordon, Pauline Gordon, Roderick Kammermon, Diana Stewart, Michael Leeper,
John Schaffer, Carl Arkema Second Row Darlene Gurrels, Jacquelyn Kinate, Lynn Schmidt, Kathleen Shaddle, Linda
Jones, Susan Popegoy, Sharon Flessner, Kathy Ann Godfrey Third Row Miss Fern West, Marsha Seegmuller, Stephn
Anderson, Michael Smith Gary Martin, Jon Beran, Ronald Ryan, Donna Smack, Patricia Roth, Eric King Fourth Row
Barbara Honegger David Baker, Melinda McMinn, William Endres, Jerry Austman, Kent Kammermon Absent Tommy
Dozier, Deborah ack, Ella Mae Sanders
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Fnrst Row Mlc ael Brady, Patrucna Huston, Jdnet Thorp, Tom Folwell John Kommerman, Jackne Ann Rnghter Duane
Luttrell Second Row Mrs Knauer, Dale Zn mmerman, Judy Davud Sylvua Schmudtgall, Deborah Waters, Donna mnett
Ann Endres, Davnd Merrntt Third Row Shirley Kachelmuss, Jon Kmote, Darlene Gordon, Nelson Nussbaum, Eruc Bach,
Drone Honegger, Gall Sue Barber
ln the fnfth and sixth grades, as theur sub
lect matter broadens, students began to use
At the left Tommy Crouch and David
White are lookmg for mformatuon on the ln
dnans of South America Judy Smnth and Mar
lene Rlcketts are pleased by the nnformatlon
they have found on the Aztecs
SIXTH GRADE Forrest
First Row Cheryl Masters, Marlene Ricketts, Tom Crouch, Larry Want, Judy Smuth, Jnmmy Vaughn, Larry Whnte Duck
kung Sedond Row Mrs Eluzabeth Leenerman, Douglas Stewart, Alrce Hodgson, Teresa Austman, Gordon Kmate, James
Traub, Jull McLoughlin, Diana Van Ormer Thnrd Row Bonme Beckhoff, Patsy Popegoy, June Rneger, Jane Rleger,
Curtis Huette, Donna Fellers Patncna Weakman Absent Rachel Bryant, Conme Hack
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Fvrst Row Jlmmy Stephens John Platner Davnd Muller, Shrrley Koehl, Ruth Jupun, Ruby Schmldtgal, Gayle Martin,
Joan Brady Helen Schaffer, Richard Brown Second Row Mrs Elizabeth Hake, Helen Stork, Tom Snyder, Duane Kam
merman, La Beth Metz Mary Nagel Larry Garrels, Barbara Tyler, Sherry Mar tm, Ricky Wmce, Gary Haab Thnrd Row
Marlene Bach, Kathy Haab, Joyce Barber Peggy Metz, Wayne Metz, Donald Fehr, Ricky Synder, Vickie Sue Metz, Floyd
Lanmng Fourth Row Robert Rlcketts, Larry Ryan, Wllllam Clause, Yvonne Folwell, Jamce Bachtold, Vuckle Tornow
sky Absent Shurley Goad, Betty Dozuer Bonme Knott
During the seventh and eughth grades at
Forrest, students begun their study of
world hrstory, which wlll prepare them for
a good start ln hugh school ln the picture
at the left Bobby Peterson, Bobby Hoke,
and Janet Brown poant out caprtals of our
foreign neighbors while Lynn Kmate and
Jerry Endres check them for accuracy
The new school classrooms at Mead
owbrook are well equipped wuth maps,
globes, and other equipment oddnng to the
convenience of teaching world hlstory and
the economlc condutlons ofthe world
EIGHTH GRADE Forrest
Fnrst Row Emma Schmndtgal, Susan Gardner, Mary Clause, Dianne Waters, Janet Brown, John Vaughn, Gary Luttrell
Duane Nussbaum Second Row Robert Peterson, Connue Day, Harold Stoller, Jerry Endres, Robert Hake, Bully Haab,
Janlce Fellers Verna Bachtold Third Row Gene Mussleman, Elrzabeth Coyne, Allce Steldmger, Lynn Kmate Nancy
K0Cl"elm'-155: WY Rmkelfsr Phyllns Sharp, Lmda Davis Absent Mr Harry W Sabm, Leng Bracken
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FIRST GRADE Strawn
Front Row Jay Zimmerman, Mark Maurer, Peggy Goembel, Randy Yoder, Bobby Blau, Rosemary Lehmann Second Row
Mrs Odette Singer, Steven Lunde, Dennis Freehlll Rocky Rlnkenberger, Jean Marlm, Bobby Schaffer, Warren Koehl
TmrdRRow Stephen Davis, Arthur Mueller, Donald Rmgler, Dale Bittner, Ricky Knauer, Davnd Ferguson Absent M
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Front Row: Linda Pratt, Jay Davis, William Roth, Dennis Davis, Dennis Rieger, Charles Mueller, Steve Zimmerman.
Second Row: Marilee Davis, Diana Leman, Cheryl Davis, Jerry Freehill, Marsha Koehl, Beverly Walters Verna Honeg-
ger. Third Row: Rhoda Lehmann, Susan Benway, Helen Convis, Mrs. Mehrlcens, Terry Bittner, Carol Davis, Patricia
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tion of Mrs. Mehrkens, the teacher. use of the library.
THIRD ancl FOURTH GRADES, Strawn
Front Row! Susan Dozier, Donald Ferguson, Nancy Mueller, Allen Roth, Bobby Decker, Ronald Koehl, John Fairly,
Margie Ringler. Second Row: Linda Hartman, Eddie Kemp, Betty Wier, Cynthia Davis, Shirley Kuntz, George Ringler,
Carol Forney. Third Row: Wilman Davis, Stephen Knauer, Dale Leman, Billy Kemnetz, Karen Leman, Neil Knauer,
Jerry Fairley. Absent: Mary Rieger.
Wung Grade Bulldlng
FIRST and SECOND GRADES Wnng
Front Row Allan Kamrath, Harold Bach, Don Harms Terry Mann Pam Crews, Daryl Anlulcer, Rnchard Malcom Second
Row Deborah Harms, Gary Brown, Mary Ann Rach, Keith Tyler Dale Haab Elsa Stoller, Rack Harms Thnrd Row Mrs
Meenen, Gary Babbs, Robert Sanders, Sue Wenger Richard Sanders, Melanie Stephens, Betty Jean Engelbrecht, Harlan
Harrell Not Puctured, Llndc Meredith
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hatchery to Mrs Honegger s flrst graders
Leading actlvltles of the grade
school center around the Christmas
season, but unaddntuon grade schoolers
take part In numerous class actlvltues
When they enter first grade their prog
ects most frequently Involve handlwork
but may also Include field trlps and
As they progress through the grades
the held of their actlvutaes expands
brungmg In sports, cheerleading art
band and chorus All of these are
educatnonal unthenrways, either addung
to the knowledge or to the social pol se
ot those lnvolved
Another actnvuty not entnrely edu
catlonal but nevertheless very useful
and necessary IS helping wlth the hot
lunch program St ll another IS he
vltal work of the school patrol boys
Actlvltles supplement studies In the three grade schools
Susan Gardner, Connie Day, Mary Ricketts, and Janet Brown work
regularly at the Meadowbrook hot lunch room
From pue plates to Chrvstmas decorations
not hard forthese prlmary students to vlsualnze
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Waters, Llnda Davls, Alrce Hodgson, Ruth Jupnn Joan Brady SECOND ROW Ruby Schmldtgall Duane Kammer
Tom Snyder, Allce Steudmger, Barbara Tyler, T eresa Austman, Phyllis Sharp, Mary Lou Nagle, Sherry Martnn,
Stork THIRD ROW Janet Brown, Peggy Metz, Jane Rleger, Dianna Van Ormer Gayle Martin, .lull McLoughlin,
Schmldtgall, June Rleger, Helen Shaffer, Joyce Barber FOURTH ROW Mrs Cummnns, Cheryl Masters, Marlene
Judy Smith Patrlcla Weakman, Patsy Popeloy, Donna Fellers, Kathy Haab, Vnckn Metz, Bonnue Beckoff, Marlene
Ricketts FIFTH ROW Mary Ricketts, LaBeth Metz, Vncky Tornoskl, Yvonne Falwell, VCYHG B0Cl'1fOld Connie Day,
Janlce Fellers, Janice Bachtold Nancy Kachlemuss, Lynne Kunate
Mrs Gnesemer gnves the kindergarten pupils a
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Junior Eskimos demonstrate zone defense.
Forrest Junior Eskimos
Forrest's lightweight basketball
team ended the cage season with a
very fine l5-3 record and second
place in the State Lightweight Tourn-
ament. The Junior Eskimos defeated
Chenoa, Newman, and Belleview to
reach the finals.
ln the championship gflme, an
aggressive Forrest team battled hard
but was defeated, 29-27. The Junior
Eskimos, who were trailing Carmi by
8 points with less than a minute re-
maining, battled back but fell shy by
The first game was also a thril-
ler with Forrest beating Newman 36-
34 in an overtime. The Junior Eski-
mos got a break in the second game
by easily defeating Chenoa' 38-20.
Belleview became the third victim
The Heavyweights ended with
only a 3-9 record as the team actually
was composed chietlyofLightweights.
FRONT ROW Gene Musselman, Jimmy Stevens, Bobby Ricketts, Bobby Leterson, Gordon Kinate, Larry Ryan, Ricky
Wince, Johnny Plattner. SECOND ROW: Gary Luttrel, manager, Bill Haab, manager, Jim Traub, Duane Nussbaum, Wayne
Metz, Douglas Stewart, Rickie Snyder, David Miller, manager, Richard Brown, manager. THIRD ROW: James Vaughan,
Jerry Wince, Roger Huette, Gary Haab, Curtis Huette, Roger Bohanan, Ricky Bach, Larry Wait, Tommy Crouch. CHEER-
LEADERS Vickie Metz, Connie Day, Sherry Martin.
FRONT ROW: Steve Hallam, James Ringler, Maurice Ringler, Duane Martin, Charles Goembel, Richard Bachtold.
SECOND ROW: Marsha Davis, Bonnie Ellis, Ray Pondel, Irvin Higginson, manager, Paul Lanz, Karen Lehmann, Joan
Honegger. THIRD ROW: Terry Kuntz, Gerald Farney, Charles Forney, John Moore, Billy Martin.
Season s Summary Strawn Blueblrds
The Strawn Bluebirdg, qggin bleg- Bluebirds' rebounding practice paid off by helping to get them to the finals
sed with height, romped through 0 of 'wo loumomems'
ten-game winning streak before being
defeated in the Livingston County
Tournament finals by a taller Pontiac
Central team, 44-40.
Strawn then went on undefeated
until the championship game of the
sectional where they were downed by a
hot shooting Paxton quintet 43-38. The X
Bluebirds advanced in the sectional Rl Cl
by defeating Gibson City, Fairbury,
and tourney-favorite, Mahomet.
The lightweights had a mediocre
season winning 6 out of 14 games.
However, they did win a game in the
sectional enabling them to gain fourth
Strawn will be hurt next year be-
cause the starting five Maurice Ring-
ler, Duane Martin, Charles Goembel,
and Richard Bachtold will all graduate.
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Rieger, Bcchtold, Moore, and Martin line up for 50-yard
Duane Martin, who placed in three events in both the
county and the district, prepares to heave the discus.
Spring sports at Strawn
include truck and softball
Softball ns always Important on the sprung scene at Strawn
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Goernbel, Magdalene 24 37
Head Mary Beth
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Maurer, Larry 27 37 38 49
McNutt, Janice 24 30 36 40
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Meenen, Mae 27 35 36 37 41
Mbflflbld, Marlene 27 35 36
Merritt Charles 20 32 37 43
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Merritt, Jon 27 37 67
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Metz, Arthur 24 34 42 46 48
Metz, Bonnie 26 36 40 41 42
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Bryant Raymond 27 37 39 Johnson, Gordon 24 30 37 45
Kaisner Kenneth 26 35 39
Coyne Clarene 23 36 Rieger Steve
Beal John 19 32 35
Benway, Donna 2 37 40
Beran David 13 23 34 37 45
Bvrkner, June 23 34 37 40 41
Bowen, George 19 32 34
Bracken, Jerr 23 64
Brauman Gary 19 32 38
Brauman Lynne 26 35 36 40
Brewer, Donald 23 38
Brown Julia 13 26 34 40 41
Brown Marlorie 26 34 36 40
Bryant, Shirley 23 36 40
Caughey, Robert 19 30 31 32
37 43 44 46 49 50
Clause Margaret 23 35 37
Craig, Jan 19 32 36 41 44
Crouch David - 19 32 37 39
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Crump James -
Cunningham Suellen - 36 35
Honegger Jack 27 37 60 64
Honegger, James 26 35 46 50
Honegger, Janice 13 27 34
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Honegger Lloyd 24 30 34 37
42 45 46 50
Honegger Nancy 20 31 32
40 43 44 46 48 51 92
Horlne, Beverly 27 36 37 40
Horine, Mary Alice 27 34 36
Hurt, Jeanne 26 36 40 41
lfft Wayne 27 37 38
Jupin, JoAnn 27 36
Kacheimuss, Carol 27 36 40
Kaisner, Janet 20 32 36 40
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Kaisner, Lou Ida - 27 36 37
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Keeley, Roseann - 24 36 40
Keeley Joe -
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Miller ane 13 26 34 36 37
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Ricketts James 26 34 39
Ricketts Wayne 26 37 38 67
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Ellis Beverly -
Fairley Roger -
Farney, David -
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Farney Roger -
Fellers Shirley -
Follmer, Leon -
Franklin David -
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King, Diana -
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Knapp, Ramona -
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Ringler, Daniel 22 32 34 37
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Ringler, Doris - 25 35 36 40
Rinkenburger Barbara -27 37
Rinkenburger, Jack 22 32 38
Roth Robert - 26 30 38 48 69
Sanders, Albert - 22 43
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Knapp Robert - 20 32 39 43
Knauer, Joy - 13 26 34 3 0
Koehl, Dennis - 27 38 49
Kuntz, Celia - 20 32 36 40 43
Kuntz, Helen -26 35 36 40 46 50
Kuntz, Joyce - 27 36 40
Kuntz, Mary - 20 32 36 40 43
Kyburz Marilyn - 20 32 35 36
Schrof Vernon -
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Steidinger Joseph - 25 61 62
Stark Wayne -
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Lanz, Elmer - 24,38
Lindenbaum Jane - 20,32,35
Lindsey, Betty Jo - 26,30,34
Lindsey, Hinda - 24 34 36,40
Luttrell, Larry -
Martin Jean Ann - 26,35,37
Masters, Joy - 27,36,40,41
Thorp David - 27,39,60,67
Taoley, Jerry -27,37,38,48,49
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Walker, Ronald -
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Adslt Thompson Herr and Strrock
Attorneys at law
J N Bach Sons
Camera Craft Studio
l'l7 North Street
Claudon Motor Mart
Top Used Cars
John P Cook Funeral Home
Funeral and Ambulance Service
l00 W Maple, Falrbury, llllnols
Culkln Funeral Home
Dave s Super Market
Get the most and the best for the least
Decker Brothers Herefords
Bulls Bred Heaters Club Calves
Manufacturers of drum tale
The ture man
Estes Drive lnn
The best In food served to you
Farmers Grain and Elevator
Gram Seed Fertll u zer
Farmers Natlonal Bank
Where each customer ns a valued asset
Farney s Sanitary Market
Mnlton Farney, Proprietor
Flrst National Bank
Fnrst State Bank of Forrest
Member of FDIC
Forrest Lockers lnc
Rent one of our lockers
Forrest Mllk Products
Mrlton Klnate Propruetor
Your Home Photographer
Haab and Austman
Mndway Service Statron
H J Hennessy Co
Honegger Farms Inc
Honegger Leghorn Chucks
Crane s Igloo Cafe
Home of the FSW Esklmos
Your Standard Orl Man
Johnson s Sundries
Phone OLlver 7 8282
Beautiful class rnngs
K 8: S Sales Inc
Your l H and Mercury dealers
Keck s lnsurance Co
lnsurance smce 1893
Kung Electric Service
Hotpount electnc appliances
Gas, all, and repairs
Dlllif Tile C0mP'fnY l Harold Jacobs
ol The Eslumos
Llndsey s Sinclalr Servlce
Clarence Llndsey, Proprletor
Llvlngston Servlce Company
Phll Rleger and Wm Schmudt
Mac s Food Mart
Grocerles and Fresh Frunts
A Mllne 8. Sons
Say lt with flowers
Dr J L Novak
Physncuan and surgeon
Plumbing heating, our candltlonlng
Osborne s Radlo and TV
Parmele Palnt Store
212 E Locust Street
Paternoster Motor Co
Your Ford dealer
Pontuac National Bank
Complete banlung servlce
Quaker Oats Co
Gram, lumber, coal, seeds
W B Read 8- Co
Excellent cleannng servlce
Roberts Hacksgas lnc
Sauer Marshall and Novak Cllnuc
Schrof s Cntles Service
Gas and oul
Sears Roebuck 81 Company
Drs L G andC G Shaddle
G E Durham, leweler
Stewart s Super Market
The store with the school splrlt
Strawn Independent Onl Co
Taylor Insurance and Real Estate
Agency of service
Tollendort s Paint Store
Wallpaper, palnts, and varnlshes
Turnlpseed s 5 to S1 Stores
Where you wall always fund something ne
Forrest and Lexington, lllmols
Walton s Department Store
T e store with the needs for the famuly
Wolf Jacobson lnc
Your Chevrolet dealer
Zummerman Hardware and Furmture
We are here to serve you
Hucksgas, the great name nn propane Falrbury mmols
Trucking Ready Mux
weddmg ponmlls Forrest lllmons
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Behind The Scenes
This is not a change, but an every-Monday-
night occurence--Tupelc Staff meeting. Here you
see the engrossed faces of staff members who
are struggling, always struggling, to choose lust
the right word for you to read, the right picture
for you to see, and the right space in which to
The Tupek Stuff
As they finish this portrayal of FSW--with
its recent changes and its old traditions, its
academic work and its extra-curricular activi ties
--the school year, too, comes to an end and
1957-1958 with its changes becomes the past
year--iusta starting point for still more changes
Gaylon Bach, Editor
Betty Jo Lindsey
Mary Beth Head
Jean Ann Martin
Miss Mabel Marlar, Advisor
"These are the limes that try men's souls."
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