Forrest Strawn Wing High School - Tupek Yearbook (Forrest, IL)
- Class of 1959
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Text from Pages 1 - 104 of the 1959 volume:
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The seven-member Board of Education is
responsible for determining school policy which,
in turn, is administered by the superintendent
with the help of the assistant superintendent and
the principals. Each member of the faculty carries
out these policies through work in the classroom
and in the many phases of school-sponsored
Thus in the classroom and on the athletic
field, through social events and cultural activi-
ties, the will of the people, as determined by the
Board, is carried to the children.
Education thus becomes a local project and
the results a credit to the community.
Shown in the picture are Miss Mabel Marlar,
Mr. D. H. Van Ormer and Coach Amold Stahl, who
with the help of Miss Thelma Maier, office seo
tetary, settle a perplexing problem of conflicts
in the school calendar.
Dunng hrs two years rn FSW, Mr Cummrns
gamed the smcere admnratron ofthe faculty and the
students Hrs desrre to do what he thought best for
the students and the school sometxmes left the
students temporarrly dxsgruntled but they soon
learned rt was therr rnterests he had at heart. Th1s
desire, fostered by a professional mstrnct and
permeated wrth the mterest rn those wrth whom he
worked lrkewrse commanded the respect and atten
tron of hrs fellow teachers
Tennyson has penned these words whrch aptly
descrxbe the feelmgs of those who knew Mr Cummms
as a frxend and teacher
BYHUIC. break. bfi-Wk. And the stately sbzps go on
On :by fold gray SIOYIPS. 0 Sed' To :ben bauen under the bxll,
Andl would that my tongue could utter Bu1Of0y1bg mug-b of g Ugmsbed band,
Tbe tbougbts that arxse 1n rne. And tbe sound of a voice lbat 15 stzll'
Break, break, break,
At the fool of thy crags, O Sea'
But the tender grace of a day tbat IS dead
Wzll never come bark lo me.
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The administration of the three unit schools rests
in the capable hands of the seven Board of Education
The Board of Education spends long hours in working
out school policy and settling problems.
This year the Board adopted a salary schedule for
the teachers. A committee of teachers met with the board
several times near the end of the year to smooth out the
obstacles and affect compromises. For the first time in
history a plan has been adopted, which was satisfactory
with both the teachers and the board.
Another large project was the landscaping ofthe high
school campus. Since the grade school has vacated, the
front of the school no longer has to be used as a play-
ground. The area in front of the building was smoothed
down and sowed with grass. The trees were picked both
for their beauty and shade. Sometime in the near future
the sidewalk running north and south will also be lined
Although the building is old, it has been made quaint
and more attractive by the use of expert landscaping.
When the trees and shrubbery are fully grown, the Board,
students, and towns people will really have something in
which to take pride.
Under the leadership of Keith Amstutz, president, the
Board handles all situations to the best of its ability.
At the spring election, Smart Miller and Lewis Haab
were elected to fill the positions of Leroy Kamrath and
Vaughn Horine who were not candidates for re-election.
BOARD OF EDUCATION
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BOARD OF EDUCATION: joe Broquard, Francis Anderson, Frank Rmgler Keith Amstutz Guy Moore Stuart Miller
Lewis Haab, and D. H. Van Ormer, superintendent
HIGH SCHOOL FACULTY
ROLLIN ALESHIRE, B.S.
World History, Play Coach
Sponsor, Junior Class
PAUL CARY B S
Sponsor, Sophomore Class
Business Manager of Tupek
ANN CRAWFORD B S
English, American Hxstory
LUETTA CUMMINS B M
Gxrls Chorus Mixed Chorus
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Thelma Maxer, office secretary, gives a pleasmg smile
to a vxsrcor who mrerxupts her busy day
F F A Sponsor
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Sponsor' Freshman Class Algebra Latm Grrls Physical Educatlon
Sponsor Freshman Class Drivers Fducatxon
Sponsor Senror Class
ROBERT REMMF RT B S ARNOLD STAHL B S ROLLAND SW ENSOV B S
Blology, General Scxence Soc1alStud1es Industnal Arts
Assistant Coach Physlcal Educatlon Sponsor Ind Arts Club
Sponsor Sophomore Class At letlc Coach Sophomore Class
Sponsor Freshman Class
Asst Supt joumalrsm
Sponsor Senior Class
Tupek, Tonlc Toprc
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Art Shambrook makes his dally rounds at cleanmg the
rooms all over the building
Mr Cary checks Maqone Brown for correct typmg form
Whlle she takes a five mmute wrxtmg a
The Indusrrxal Art boys
make use ofthe new draw
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A state policeman demonstrates to the drivers'
education class how handcuffs are placed on a
The freshman girls learn the fundamentals of
coolring during their first year in home economics
Scenes such as these were familiar
every day throughout the year. Many
experiments were performed by the
students to further their understand-
ing of particular problems. Despite a
few mishaps, it could be said that
much valuable information was
acquired. Modern e qu i p m e n t was
gratefully accepted by students in
home economics, commerce, and sci-
ence. Another feature was the broad-
ened drivers' education program in
which the students received thorough
training in leaming to drive. Iiqually
important was the badly needed draw-
ing room in the basement of the old
building, designed to give the indus-
trial arts boys more room. liven
though some may not think so now,
these moments will always be
lhe family living class receives interesting information from
Mr cl2lllV3l'l about the role of a husband in the home
james Reef, Charles Famey, and Charles Croembel, with
the assistance of Mr Gallvan, keep accurate records of
their farm projects
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pictured here, showing seniors and freshmen co-
operating With each other. As FSW is a small
school, there is much mixing and cooperation
In such a school as ours, a class would have
little success without the support of others.
Selling sweatshirts, candy, or seat pads, or
producing a play would end in failure if it had to
be done within one class. The same would be
true for the carnival, dances, and other class
activities. As one can see, there is really just
one class at FSW: it is all of the students.
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CLASS OF 1959
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Homecommg coronatlon The Bunny I-lop
Inner Wllly Candy selling
Teachmg for a day Stunt show
Sweatshirt sales Craduatlonl
ALAN MFT7 Class Presrdent 14 Vrce-Presrdent 2 Stu
dent Councrll Tupek 2 FFA1 Class Plays 3 4 Band 1 2 3
Chorus 1 2 Football 1 2 3 4 Basketball l 2 3 4 Track 2,3 Q
Boys State 3 Natlonal Honor Society 2 3 4 Scholastic
Awards 12 3 4 Tonrc-Topic Staffs 4 Tomc Co edrtor 4
Nhxed Chorus 4 Qulll and Scroll 4
IFON FOLI MER Class Vrce-Presrdent 4, Presrdent 3
Student Councrl 4, Vice-Presrdenr 4 Class Plays 3 4 Band
12 3 4 Chorus 1 Football 123 Captam 4 Basketball
l 2 3 4 Track l 2 3
DORIS RINGLER Class Secretary 4 Tonrc Productxon Staff
A 234 GAA 1234 Class Pla 4 Ban 2
Chorus l 2 3 4 Eskrmrsses 4
MARY Bl-TH HFAD Class Treasurer 4 Vrce-Presrdent 3
Student Councrl 3 4 DISIIICI Vrce-Presldent 3 Tonrc Toptc
Staffs 4 Tupek 2 3 4 Co edrtor 4 Homecomrng Queen 4
Carnrval Queen 3 I-HA l 2 3 4 Vlce-Presrdent 3 GAA 1 2 3 4
V1cePres1dent 3 4 Class Plays 3 4 Chorus 1 2 3 4 Mrxed
Chorus 4 Qurll and Scroll 4 Tonrc Production Staff 4
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Toptc Co edrtor 4 Tupek 3 4, Co edrtor 4 FFA 12 Band
12,34 Natronal Honor Socrety 2 34 Scholastrc Awards
1 2 3 4 Quill and Scroll 4 Basketball I
BEVERLY ANLIKER Tomc Productron Staff 4 GAA 1
Chorus 1 National Honor Socxety 2 3 4 Scholastrc Awards
1,2,3,4 Betty Croclter Homemaker Award 4
DAVID BERAN Industrial Arts Club 1,2 Class Plays
Band I 2 3 4 Chorus 1 2 3 4 Natronal Honor Socret 2 3
IUNE BIRKNER Tomc Production Staff 4 FHA 1,2 3 4
Treasurer 4 GAA 12 34, Treasurer 3, President 4 Band
1 2,3 4 Chorus 1 2 3 4 Cheerleader 3 4
DONALD BREWER Transfer from Streator 1 FFA 23 4
Treasurer 4 Football 3 4 Track 2
CLARENE COYNE Tupek Busmess Staff 4 FHA 12,4
GAA 12 4 Chorus 12 3
WILLIAM DECKFR FFA 1,2,3 4, Vlce-President 4 Band
1,2 3 4 Football 1 2 3 4 Captam 4, Track 2,3 4
MAGDALFNE GOEMBEL Tomc Production Staff 4, FHA
1,2,3,4, Chorus I,2,3,4, Mrxed Chorus 4.
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Scholastic Awards 1,2,3,4.
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ROBERT HAMMER Toprc-Tonic Staffs4 FFA 4 Industrial
Arts Club 1 Football Manager 1 Basketball Manager 1
Track Manager 1
LLOYD HONEGGFR Student Councxl 1,3,4, Presldent 4
Topxc Tonxc Staffs 4, Co-edxtor 4 FFA 1,2 junxor Play
Band l,2,3,4 Chorus 1 2 3 Football 4 Basketball 1 National
Honor Society 2,3,4, President 4 Scholastic Awards l 2,3 4
Tupek 3 4 Quill and Scroll 4
GORDON JOHNSON Transfer from Falls Vrllage, Conn 2
Student Councrl 3 Tupek 3 Class Plays 3 4 Chorus 2 3
Football 2 34 Track 23 National Honor Society 23
Scholastic Awards 2,3 Mixed Chorus 4
KARLA JOHNSON Transfer from Kenney, Ill 2 Tonic
Topic Staffs 4 FHA 2 3,4 GAA 12 3 4 Chorus 2 3 4
LARRY KAISNER FFA 1,23 Chorus 1 Track 23 King
ROSEANN KEELEY--Topic-Tonic Staffs 44 FHA 1,2,3,4g
GAA l,2,3,4g Class Plays 3,4g Chorus 1,2,3,4g Mixed Chorus 4.
HINDA LINDSEY--Tupek 3, FHA 1,2,3,4, Camp Delegate 4g
GAA 1,2,3,4, Secretary 4g Class Plays 3,45 Band 1,2,3,4g
Chorus 1,2,3,4g Eskimisses 4.
KAY MASTERS--labsentj FHA lg Chorus l,2,3.
JAMES STARKS Tupek 3 FFA 12 Class Play 3 Band
12,3 4 Chorus 13 Football 34 Basketball 2, Natronal
Honor Society 2 3 Scholastrc Awards 1 2 3
JOE STEIDINGER Foofbau 1,2,3,4, Basketball 1,2,3,4,
Captarn 4, Track 1,2,3,4, FFA 1,4
PAULINE TOOLFY Transfer from Chatsworth 3, Topic-
Tonxc Staffs 4, FHA 3,4, GAA 3,4, Class Plays 3,4, Chorus
3,4, Cheerleader 4.
JANICE MCNUTT Class Secretary 3 Student Council 3 4
Secretary Treasurer 3 4 Topxc Tome Staffs 4 Co-edntor of
Tonrc 4 Tupek 2 3 FHA 1,2 3,4, President 4 GAA 1,2,3 4
Class Plays 34 Chorus 1 2 34 Ensemble 4 Eskxmrsses
3 4 Gxrls State 3 Natxonal Honor Socrety 2 4 Scholasttc
Awards 1,2,3,4 Mixed Chorus 4 Quill and Scroll 4
ANNE MILLER FHA 1,2,34 GAA 12 34 Class Plays
CHARLES BARRY RASMUSSEN Transfer from Loulsvllle
Kentucky 3 Tomo Topxc Staffs 4 Photographer 4
JOHN SPENCER Transfer from Gary, Indiana 2 Football
3 4 Track 3
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Jen An Mun V1cePres1dent
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"Activities" are an integral part of the
school at FSW and probably should be considered
more curricular than extracurricular.
These may be grouped under the headings of
musical, vocational, journalistic, and leadership
type activities. All of the first three are continu-
ations of class work and provide outside labora-
tories for putting theory into practice. Thus a
student may sing for a local service club, play
an instrument on Memorial Day, make her own
clothing, repair furniture at home, test soil, or
write school and community news for the news-
paper only because the subjects were first
studied in class. Without the practical appli-
cation of these subjects, the knowledge gained
would soon be lost.
Leadership training, that all-important factor
which distinguishes the American high school
from its European counterpart, becomes highly
developed in Student Council and is also en-
couraged in all other activities.
In the picture Arthur Metz and Jean Ann
Martin, Student Council members, test Larry
Kaisner's reaction time as a part of their school
and community safety campaign.
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As President Lloyd llonegger brings the
last Student Council meeting to a close with
the rap of the gavel, he, as well as the other
twelve representatives from the four classes
will remember the valuable experiences which
were gained in leadership and responsibility
These experiences were gained by sponsoring
activities and helping solve many of the prob-
lems which arose during the school year
In November most of the members attended
the Kankakee District Convention in Joliet at
which Mary Beth Head, vice-president, ably
conducted the aftemoon session. Besides
Janice McNutt's leadership of a discussion
group, Art Metz, representing the FSW Coun
cil, proposed several revisions to the District
TOP LEFT-"Wait here-knot here" say
Lloyd llonegger, jean Ann Martin, and janice
Honegger as they paint these signs on the
sidewalk to promote pedestrian safety.
C1liN'l'l-'R I,l"l"'l1-'l'o create a holiday atmos-
phere, Art Metz, Mary lla-th Head, l.loyd
llonegger, and jean Ann Martin decorate the
Student Council Christmas tree in the study
BOTTOM l.l-fFT-A ssembling the new Student
Ciouncil bulletin board which announced the
llun lle Drive are ,lean Ann Martin ani Ramona
Psyco-physical testing, Driver of the Week,
assembly' programs, safety posters, bulletin board
displays, and pedestrian safety signs painted on the
sidewalks were some of the things which were done
to promote safety for the Safety Campaign. A car
fair and check by the State Police ended the campaign.
This was followed by a Box Social. Dancing
and eating auctioned lunches were two of the activ-
ities which took place at this fun-filled night for all
those who attended.
Rounding out the school year, the Student
Council sponsored Homecoming, collected and
packed clothes to send to needy people for the
Bundle Drive, carried on a campaign for fire preven-
tion, and sent three representatives to the State
Thus under the capable guidance of President
Lloyd Honeggerg Leon Follmer, Vice-President,
Secretary-Treasurer Janice McNuttg and Mabel Marlar,
Adviser, the FSW Student Council completed a highly
Janice Honegger, Credentials Committee member,
and Ramona Knapp listen attentively as jean Ann
Martin prepares to conduct her discussion group at
the State Student Council Convention in Chicago.
Attending one of the Council meetings are: Left to
right, Miss Mabel Marlar, Leon Follmer, Lloyd Hon-
egger, Janice McNutt, Jean Ann Martin, Ramona
Knapp, Mary Beth Head, Duane Martin, jon Merritt,
Daniel Craig, Arthur Metz, Robert Roth, and Patricia
Far-ney. Janice Honegger is not pictured.
Can you find as many violations of traffic safety as
Janice Honegger shows as she places this poster on
the bulletin board in observance of the Safety Cam-
The jumor class presented Forever Albert"
Frnday, Apnl 10, under the dxrectlon of Mr Rollm
Aleshrre with Brenda Honegger acting as student
The plot centered around Uncle Albert who
came to vrsxt the Turner famnly 25 years ago and
lrved wrth them ever smce Other outstandrng
members of the Turner famxly were Benny, who was
rarsmg srlkworms rn hrs room Lucy, who writes
novels by copymg l1nes from other books, and Mr
and Mrs Turner
The Turners were savmg and slcrmpmg for
years so that they could buy Mrs Turner a new
will fr 'sr' has
refrrgerator and remodel the kxtchen Albert, who
played the church organ deczded that the church
needed a new organ and borrowed all the sav
mgs to get one Mr Turner ransed qurte a dns
turbance when he learned of thrs event when he
looked for the money to pay for the remodelmg of
the kltchen on therr anmversary Lncle Albert,
however proves hrs worth as he recerved a 81 O00
check for hrs musrcal composltlon He promtly
pard hrs debt to Mr Turner and gave the Turner
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Coolue Walbel leave after Cookre falls to get a chance to
perform before the vlsrtmg playwnght
Metz opens the door as Betty jo Lmdsey and
Dennxs Franklxn takes a cot through the lutchen to the
hall where he wlll sleep after the moths have forced hrm
out of his room Others are eau Ann Marun Robert Roth
and Marlbeth Ebach
Marxbeth Fbach James Honegger, Bonnle Metz, Owen Brown jean Ann Martin Carol Warbel Harry Sohn Betty o
Lmdsey, Brenda llonegger jane Mxller Dennxs Fr-anklm Mr Aleshxre, Ramona Knapp Robert Grllesple Robert
Roth, and Tom Gardner
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Mary Bedl Head, Janice McNutt, Hinda Lindsey, Ann Miller, and David Beran.
"The InnerWilly"was presented by the Class
of '59 on December 6 under the direction of Mrs.
Luetta Cummins. This was the second time in
FSW history that this play has been presented.
Action centered around sensitive, overly-
protected Gordon johnson as Willy. He lived with
three old maid aunts whom he liked so well that
he couldn't possibly let them know that their
desires for his future conflicted with his. As each
one had different ideas about what he should do,
he became seriously befuddled. Then his con-
science, Alan Metz, appeared to straighten him
Thinking their poor nephew, Gordon johnson, is sick,
his three old maid aunts, Roseann Keeley, Pauline
Tooley, and Doris Ringler, try to comfort him.
out. Alan created almost as many problems as he
solved by getting Gordon "engagements" with
three girls for the prom. Alan also prodded him to
rebel against his aunts and to make known his
own wishes. As he was talking to this inner man,
whom no one else could see, his aunts became
worried that he was sick and that it was affecting
his mind. With the help of Alan, however, he
finally solved all these problems. With his job
done, Alan disappeared, leaving behind only his
garment, long underwear.
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The juniors won first prize with their float which was
built around the theme "Indians Your End ls Near
"Have knife Will Sca1p'um" was the theme used b the
seniors on their float to win third place
Pictured is the 1958 homecoming court consist-
ing of the entire senior class.
FSW's victory over Onarga gave an extra
feeling of gaiety to the homecoming weekend on
September 26 and 27.
Floats entered in the Friday afternoon parade
were of many different colors and themes. The
American Legion color guard led the parade,
followed by the FSW band and floats entered, not
only the high and grade school classes, but also
by many of the civic organizations in Forrest
Following the parade a pep session was held
at the football field DannyCra1g president of the
freshman class, served as the master of cere
monies for a skit put on by the freshman boys
and the cheerleaders led the student body in a
series of cheers
Saturday night the annual homecoming dance
was held with Ray North and his orchestra fur-
nishing the music At 10 p m this years king
and queen, attended by the entire senior class,
Second prizewent to the freshmen whose float depicted
a mix master and was enntled Let s Beat Onarga.
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Head were crowned king and queen.
Last year's king and queen, Keith Rieger and Nancy
Wallace, crown Alan Metz and Mary Beth Head.
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This year's king and queen, Alan Metz and Mary Beth
Head, are shown following the coronation ceremonies.
Last year's and this year's king and queen dance to t:he
music of Ray North at the homecoming dance on Saturday,
Although the concert band was small thrs year, rt ful
frlled rts usual schedule by makxng appearances at sports
events and at several publrc programs throughout the year
Meetrng three trmes a week under the drrectron of john
Grresemer, rt trred to rron out rts sour notes by drlrgenr
The band made rts debut at Homecommg by leadmg the
colorful parade It also played at a number of the home foot
Because of rts small srze, the whole group played at
basketball games rnstead of lust a pep band as rn other
years It always played the Star Spangled Banner for the
flag rarsmg ceremony durrng half trme warmups Its sprrrted
musrc also helped at pep meetmgs by puttrng more pep mto
The sprrng festrval was, as usual, the hrgh pornt musr
cally to whrch the band contrrbuted srx numbers and several
drfferent ensembles The season closed wrth annual playrng
at Baccalaureate and Commencement
Although eleven senrors were lost by graduatron erght
rncomrng freshmen vull help burld rt up agam
BAND FRONT ROW Mae Meen
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sey June Brrkner THIRD ROW
Lynne Brauman, Suellen Cun
nrngham jane Mrller FOURTH
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Betty jo Lrndsey, Helen Kunrz.
FIFTH ROW Lynn Krnate D
anna Famey, Mrldred Bachtold
jam ce Honegger, Man one Brown
SIXTH ROW Dennis Franklm
Wrllxam Decker Duane Nuss
baum, Anne Mrller Dons Rrng-
ler jean Ann Maron SBVENTH
ROW' james Starks Lloyd Hon
egger Arthur Metz Roger Read
James R1cketts,Cl1fford Krnate
Douglas Farney EIGHTH ROW
Harold Stoller, Leon Follmer
NTNTH ROW Lou Ida Kalsner
Davxd Beran, John Grresemer
Mr Gnesemer helps Doug Famey try on a
band uniform while Leon Follmer frts hrmself
wrth a cap
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MIXED CHORUS FRONT ROW
Paulme Tooley, Carol Waxbel,
Rxchard Bachtold johnny Moore,
Charles Farney, Charles Goembel
Robert Hoke Verna Bachtold
Cnnstance Day SECOND ROW
Ramona Knapp, Brenda Honegger,
Duane Martin, jerry Broquard,
Thomas Gardner, jack Honegger
Jerry Endres janxce Mclwutt
Linda Rreger THIRD ROW Mary
Edwards Magdalene Goembel
Davld Tharp, Robert Gxllespxe
Robert Roth Gordon ohnson,
Alan Nietz Mary Beth Head Rose-
ann lxeeley FOLRTH ROW Nirs
Luetta Cummms Carole Baker,
janet Brown I-lxzabeth Coyne,
Nancy lxachelmuss Carol Rach
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Mary Ricketts. SECOND ROW: Joy Master, Elizabeth Coyne, Marilyn Schmidt, Lynn Kinane, Nancy Kachelmuss, Betty
Jo Lindsey, Bonnie Metz. THIRD ROW: Jane Miller, Marsha Davis, Dianna Farney, June Birkner, Jean Ann Martin
ganice Fellers, Magdalene Goembel, Mildred Bachtold. FOURTH ROW: Constance Day, Beverly Horine, Earlene Anliker,
andm Edwards, Patricia Famey, Ann Miller, joy Knauer, Karen Benway.
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To add a dash of spice to the
spring festival, "May Fete," a
daisy-strewn set and maypole were
constructed. The bouncy music,
along with the smiling faces of the
participants, added to the success
of the festival as well as to the
enjoyment of the audience.
At the first meeting of the year
the following were elected to office:
Hinda Lindsey, presidentg Ramona
Knapp, secretary, Mary Beth Head
and Pauline Tooley, librarians.
In addition to the boys' and
girls' choruses, new voices harmo-
nized to form new ensembles.
Newly formed was the freshman
ensemble which was the basis for
the later formed mixed chorus. Again
this yea: the Eskimisses gave the
community the spirit of music by
singing for P.T.A. meetings and
other outside activities.
ESKIMISSES-FRONT ROW: julia Brown,DorisRingler, Betty Jo Lindsey,
Bonnie Metz, Jean Ann Martin, Jane Miller, Hinda Lindsey, Janice Mc-
Nutt. SECOND ROW: Brenda Honegger, Joy Knauer, Ramona Knapp,
FRONT ROW Carol Kachelmuss, Phyllis Sharp, Janice N1cNutt, Maribeth Ebach, Janice Honegger, Donna Benway,
anet Brown SECOND ROW Brenda Honegger, Diane King, Bonnie Ellis, Nlary Alice Honne, Carole Baker, Suellen
Cunningham, Hmda Lindsey THIRD ROW Sharon Benway, Mary Beth Head, Pauline Tooley, Ramona Knapp, Doris
Ringler, Joyce Kuntz. FOURTH ROW Carol Waxbel, Lynne Brauman, Helen Kuntz, Barbara Rrnkenberger, Mae Meenen,
Verna Bachtold, Karla Johnson
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BOYS CHORUS-FRONT ROV: Director john Griesemer, Richard Bachtold, Harold Stoller, Wayne lfft, Jerry Endres,
Paul Lanz, Charles Famey, ohnny Moore, David Beran SECONTD ROW: Sam Honegger, jon Merritt, Stephen Hallam,
ames Ringler, David Tharp, james Reef, Douglas Farney THIRD ROW: Thomas Gardner, Charles Goembel, Duane
Martin, Ronald Walker, Jack Honegger, james Culliford Daniel Craig, Maurice Ringler David Beran, accompanist
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arm, Lgjlzola, ana! giefvl .Are jlteir omain
Nine freshmen officially joined the F.F.A. dur-
ing their greenhand initiation held in November.
In December the boys toured the stock yards,
the Dick Herm Firm, and Armour and Company in
various honors. Five members won places on the
team judging dairy, and five more won places with
the fat stock team. Rodger Fairley earned first prize
in the rodent control project, and the Dekalb Award
for the outstanding senior was won by Bill Decker.
A senior farewell party was held in May.
On every other Monday night through most of
the year, the Industrial Arts Club boys had repairing
of furniture as their maior project. The proceeds
were used for the purchase of a new air compressor.
The members entertained themselves at a
Christmas party, and their fathers were guests on
Father's Night held in March.
As the year drew to a close, a dinner party
was held at the Igloo.
In the second semester David Franklin took
over the duties of president of the club replacing
Shown is a model F.F.A. meeting
with all officers standing by their
symbols. Leading the meeting is
President Harry Sohn, standing in
front. FRONT ROW: David Bach-
told, Duane Martin. SECOND ROW:
Wayne Ricketts, secretaryg James
Ringler, Harold Stoller, Wayne Ifft,
reporter. THIRD ROW: Ronald
Rieger, Charles Goembel, Johnny
Moore, Paul Lanz. FOURTH ROW:
Iames Reef, Charles Farney.
STANDING IN REAR: Mr. Patrick
Gallivan, advisorg Bill Decker,
vice-presidentg Steve Rieger, Larry
Maurer, Roger Fairley, sentinelg
Don Brewer, treasurer.
Balance, co-ordination, and precision timing are demonstrated by
Anne Miller, Hinda Lindsey, and Bonnie Metz as they try out
the newly-built balance beam.
This year the G.A.A. began a new policy. The
meetings were held after school instead of during
assemblies. The officers felt that if it was done
this way, it would eliminate the uninterested mem-
bers and give only those interested enough to stay
after school a chance to voice their opinions. A
special emphasis was put on basketball this year.
During the year two games were played, one with
seven graduates of Northern University in DeKalb
and one with the G.A.A. from Fairbury. Other activ-
ities participated in this year include football,
basketball, tumbling, archery, swimming, and volley-
ball. Leading the club through a very successful
year were the officers: June Birkner, president,
Mary Beth Head, vice-presidentg Hinda Lindsey,
secretaryg Lynne Brauman, treasurer, and Carol
Waibel, point chairman.
The G.'A.A. girls perform some calisthenics
which, although not a major part of G.A.A.,
are necessary to the maintenance of physical
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Ramona Knapp, jane Miller, Janet Brown, and
Carol Kachelmuss rest on the pier at Sibley Lake
following some exhausting exercises at the G. A.A.
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FRONT ROW: Miss Joyce Wuehle, Lynne Braumen, Jean Ann Martin, Maribeth Ebach, Janice McNutt, Betty Jo Lindsey,
Hinda Lindsey, Doris Ringler, Janice Honegger. SECOND ROW: Janet Brown, Donna Benway, Linda Davis, Dianne
Waters, Mae Meenen, Patricia Farney, Lou Ida Kaisner, Mary Hirstein, Carolyn lliggenson, Julia Brown. THIRD ROW:
Susan Gardner, Phyllis Sharp, Joy Masters,Carol Baker, Bonnie Ellis, Marilyn Schmidt, Lynne Kinate, Brenda Honegger,
Mary Alice Horine, Suellen Cunningham, Carol Kachelmuss, Marjorie Brown. FOURTH ROW: Elizabeth Coyne, Clarene
Coyne, Joyce Kuntz, Marsha Davis, Ramona Knapp, Mary Beth Head, Janice Fellers, Sharon Benway, Paulene Tooley,
Dianne Farney, Nancy Kachelmuss, Bonnie Metz, Jane Miller. FIFTH ROW: Magdelene Goembel, Beverly Horine, Earlene
Anliker, Sandra Edwards, Barbara Rinkenberger, Joy Knauer, Karen Benway, Carol Waibel, Anne Miller, Alice Beecher,
Karla Johnson, Connie Day, Verna Bachtold, Mildred Bachtold.
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"F.H.A. Rosebowl" was the theme carried out this
year by the F.S.W. Future Homemakers of America.
Included in this year's activities were such things
as aiding the UNESCO, a Christmas party at Brauman's,
seeing a film on how to be a successful hostess, F.H.A.
week, and sending clothes to a needy family in Kentucky.
All of these activities were under the direction of .
Miss Joyce Wuehle, Advisor, and the following officers: i - 1
Janice McNutt, President, Betty Jo Lindsey, Vice-
President, Maribeth Ebach, Secretary, June Birkner,
Treasurer, Doris Ringler, Degree Chairman, Lynne
Brauman, Historian, and Jean Ann Martin, Recreation
Leader. The chapter mothers were Mrs. Robert Head and
Mrs. Emest Brauman.
UPPER RIGHT-The annual style show was held on May 5
this year. Because neatness is one of the basic factors in
being properly dressed, Lynne Kinate and Elizabeth Coyne
make sure that they are dressed neatly before going out to
model the garments that they made.
LOWER RIGHT-Mrs. Parmele, of Parmele's Beauty Shop in
Fairbury, demonstrates some of her Merle Norman Cosmetics
on Roseann Keeley while the FJLA. girls watch intently.
Members of this honarary society
are-LEFT TO RIGHT: Arthur
Metz, Alan Metz, Mary Beth
Head, Janice McNutt, and Lloyd
At the initiation ceremony at the May
P.T.A. meeting are-FRONT ROW: Lynne
Braumen, David Beran, Executive Seo-
retaryg Janice McNutt, Lloyd Honegger,
President, Ramona Knapp, jean Ann
Martin, Beverly Horine, Carol Kackelmuss,
Mae Meenen. SECOND ROW: James Ilon-
egger, Bonnie Metz, Alan Metz, Art Metz,
Constance Anderson, Diana Farney,
Janice Honegger, and Wayne lfft.
The two honorary societies of the school are
the National Honor Society and Quill and Scroll.
By attaining and maintaining a 4.25 average and
possessing such qualities as leadership, character,
and service, one may become a member of the
National Honor Society.
Outstanding work in the field of journalism,
having an "above average" scholastic record, and
putting in the "extra" time that is so often needed
Arthur Metz was named valedictorian of his class and
Beverly Anliker salutatorian. Both had unusually
high averages and the final results were not known
until the last final exam was graded.
are the qualifications for being a member of the
Quill and Scroll to which five students were initiated
this year. This outstanding work includes publishing
the school newspaper, the yearbook, and many
articles in the local newspaper. Writing interesting
feature stories and editorials are also qualifications
which these students have fulfilled to become mem-
bers of this society.
Scholastic honor winners, Alan Metz, Gordon johnson, and Art
Metz, read the results of the test in which Alan and Gordon
received scholarships to U. of I. Art and Alan were recipients
of commendation from the National Merit Scholarship Corporation
for high scores on that test.
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fCIoclcwisej Hilarity at the bundle drive.
Unveiling che new school flag.
G.A.A. picnic fun.
A solemn moment at student council.
Last moments-Baccalaureate supper.
This moment, often repeated throughout FSW's
highly successful basketball season, is a big one
for the varsity squad, the fans, and the cheer-
leaders. The determined Eskimo squad leave the
dressing room after receiving final instructions
for the evening's encounter.
The three main factors of a successful
season in any sport are shown. They are the team,
the cheerleaders, and the fans. The fact that FSW
has good teams, active cheerleaders, and loyal
fans accounts for FSW's continued success, and
insures success in the future.
The '58-'59 teams achieved a number of
important goals. The basketball squad won the
V. V. Conference with a perfect record and fin-
ished the season with a 22-6 record.
The Eskimos enjoyed many successes in
track, topped by winning the freshman-sophomore
V. V. meet at Robert-Thawville.
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Hal fba ck Center
Joe Keeley James Honegger
Gordon johnson Buddy Craig
jim Gulliford Nicky Ricketts Don Brewer
Fullback Tackle End
Asst. Conch Robert Remmert
and Coach Arnold Stahl
Playing their best game of the '58 season, the Eskimos won
their Homecoming game by whipping a highly-rated Onarga Com-
munity team 13-6. It was the first time in six years that the
Eskimos defeated the Indians. An Eskimo touchdown on a pass
from james Honegger to jack Honegger made the first score.
Onarga came back in the third period to tie it, but the determined
Eskimos went ahead in the fourth quarter on another pass play,
this one from Alan Metz to jack Honegger. joe Steidinger fin-
ished the scoring with a right end run for the extra point.
Due to inexperience, the Eskimos dropped their first game,
7-6, to a greatly improved Kempton team. The second game saw
Joe Steidinger, FSW's hard running halfback, cross the goal for
four touchdowns as the Eskimos defeated Saunemin 26-6.
After the homecoming game the Eskimos traveled to Onarga
Military and received a 7-0 setback. The Eskimos' offensive
attack was hampered by the loss of first string quarterback, Alan
Metz, who dislocated his shoulder in the second quarter. Because
the second string quarterback was also injured, the offense was
switched to a winged "T" formation with joe Steidinger doing a
fine job of calling the plays, but the Eskimos failed to score.
John Spencer moved to quarterback, joe Keeley to right
half, and jack Honegger to fullback for the Chenoa game but a
strong Redbird eleven handed the Eskimos a 12-0 defeat. A
surprisingly strong Piper City team held the Eskimos scoreless
in taking a 13-O win. The loss of Bob Roth handicapped the
Eskimos at Cullom where the spirited Rambler eleven took a
The Eskimos' sagging spirits were revived by the retum of
of Alan Metz and Owen Brown for the Fairbury game, however,
the Eskimos failed to score for the fifth time and went down 7-O.
It was the first game for Owen, he suffered a broken collar bone
in pre-season practice.
The Chatsworth game saw the Eskimos cross the goal for
three touchdowns and an extra point. A Bluebird rally late in
the fourth quarter fell short as the Eskimos took a 19-13 win,
ending the dismal season with three victories and six defeats.
Leon Follmer jim Starks Alan Metz
Tackle, Co-Captain Tackle Quarterback
Owen Brown Roger Dozier
Fullback Hal fbaclt
jon Merritt Harry Sohn
Lloyd llonegger Cliff Kinate
john Spencer Jack llonegger
FRONT ROW: Larry Oyer, Douglas Farney, Harold Stoller, jim Ringler, Maury Ringler, Ronnie Walker, Duane Martin,
Robert Hoke, Steve Hallam, jerry Endres, Jerry Tooley, Duane Nussbaum. SECOND ROW: Manager David Tharp, Roger
Dozier, John Spencer, Lloyd Honegger, Alan Metz, Harry Sohn, Bill Decker, Nicky Ricketts, Jon Merritt, James Honegger,
Bob Gillespie, Jim Starks. THIRD ROW: Coach Arnold Stahl, Gordon johnson, Joe Keeley, Cliff Kinate, Don Brewer,
Buddy Craig, Leon Follmer, jack Honegger, Kenny Kaisner, jim Gulliford, joe Steidinger, Asst. Coach Robert Remmert.
Co-captains Follmer and Decker and Chatsworth Co-captains
in pre-game conference with officials.
Co-captains Leon Follmer and Bill Decker
in the picture at the left are two of the nine
seniors who played their last game of high
school football when the Eskimos defeated
the Chatsworth Bluebirds by a 19-13 score.
Other seniors who ended their football
careers are Gordon Johnson, Don Brewer, joe
Steiclinger, Lloyd Honegger, Alan Metz, John
Spencer, and jim Starks.
Jim Starks was unable no play in the final
game as he fractured his ankle in the final
practice of the season. He wasn't the only
senior to miss action during the '58 season.
In the game against Onarga Military, regular
quarterback Alan Metz received a dislocated
shoulder which kept him out of action until
the Fairbury game. Even then he had to shift
from quarterback to halfback because of his
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Alan Metz drops an unidentified Fairbury player.
Fairbury's Armstrong is closely pursued by Buddy Craig.
FSW 6 Kempton 7
FSW 26 Saunemin 6
FSW 13 Onarga Community 6
FSW 0 Onarga Military 7
FSW O Chenoa 12
FSW O Piper City 13
FSW O Cullom 12
FSW O Fairbury 7
FSW 19 Chatsworth 13
FSW cheerleaders for the '58 football
season are, from top to bottom: Pauline
Tooley, Beverly llorine, Carol
Mae Meenen, and June Birkner.
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Coach Stahl during time out.
The Eskimos gain a yard through the middle of the Kempton line.
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Victories over highly rated Gibson City,
Pontiac, and Fairbury teams during the '58-59
season provided many thrills for the loyal
FSW fans as the Forrest-Strawn-Wing Eskimos
finished the season with a 22-6 record. By
overcoming their lack of size and inexperience,
the Eskimos proved themselves to be better
than what most people thought they would be,
as pre-season predictions would have had them
win only half of their games.
The Eskimos started the season right by
downing a much taller Gibson City team 56-53
and went on to win seven more games before
receiving their first setback Forrest had little
trouble defeating Chenoa 54 37 and Chats
worth 65 38 before tripping a much improved
Piper City quintet 54 47 Cullom one of the
VVC favorites came to Forrest with high
hopes but lost to the Eskimos 61 48 Lexmg
Alan Metz tries for two in FSW s victory over Octavia ron the next Visitor, Was favored by many' t0
win their encounter with FSW but the Eskimos
came through to wallop the Minutemen 84 54
and then ripped another VV favorite Roberts
Cheerleaders for the 58 59 season were PaulmeTooley Beverly Horine Cookie Waxbel Mae Meenen and June Birkner
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At the Dwight Holiday Tournament the For-
rest five downed Dwight 56-52 before losing to
a strong Braidwood quintet 65-56, givin'g t.he
Eskimos second place.
After the tourney the Eskimos lost again,
this time to a very tall El Paso team, before
regaining their winning ways by defeating a
very highly rated Kempton unit 53-40.
The Eskimos entered the Vermilion Valley
Toumament at Roberts-Thawville as co-favorites
with Kempton, Cullom, and R-T. Kempton fell to
Forrest 49-38 in the first round of action, and
Piper City bowed to the Eskimos 76-45. Then
the FSW quintet eliminated R-T 60-49 before
falling to Cullom 57-56 in an overtime, sending
the Eskimos home with second place.
FSW vanquished its next foe, Saunemin, 79-
58 and traveled to Morris where the Eskimos
received a 63-60 setback. Fairbury and Forrest
resumed their rivalry at Forrest, with FSW com-
ing out on the long end of a 64-59 score. The
next four games gave the Eskimos a breather
from tough competition as they whipped Onarga
Military 71-49, Chenoa 62-54, Onarga Community
64-3 9, and Melvin-Sibley 7650. The Mel-Sib
game concluded action in the V. V. conference
and gave the Eskimos a perfect 9-0 record and
the first place trophy.
The Eskimos received a blow when they
learned that Leon Follmer, who injured his
ankle in the Mel-Sib game, was out of action for
the remainder of the season. The FSW quintet
was forced to go through the toughest portion of
their schedule without a player reaching the six-
foot mark, but sophomores jim Gulliford and
Joe Keeley replaced Follmer and did very cred-
The Eskimos, undaunted by the bad news,
toppled a very good Pontiac team 62-60 in an
overtime, giving the fans their biggest thrill of
the season. Rantoul, rated as high as third in
the state, proved to be too big for the Eskimos
and downed them 79-57 to give FSW its only
defeat of the year on the home court. Forrest
came back to whip a good Octavia team 71-69
and to eke out a 64-63 victory over the Tartars
In the first game of the regional,the Forrest
five met a rangy University High team and
eliminated them 57-53. Octavia's Rockets caught
the Eskimos on a bad night to drop them out of
tournament play by a 65-54 score.
Thus the Eskimos won four out of the last
six games, when many thought they would have
to battle hard to win even two. By reversing many
predictions throughout the season, the Eskimos
built up their fine record of 22 victories and 6
Jack Honegger and Joe Keeley battle for the ball in the game
against highly ranked Rantoul.
Height makes a difference as a tall Rantoul player snares
a rebound from joe Keeley and Harry Sohn.
Ion Merritt, holding a big lead as he clears the final
hurdle, wins easily in his heat.
Winning another first in the mile
is Wayne Ricketts as he breaks
the tape at the WML Meer at Roberts.
The Eskimo half milers, Joe Steid-
inger and Wayne Ricketts, have a
long lead on the closest competitor
joe Keeley's leap earns him third at the fresh-soph meet
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FSW TRACK RECORD
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at Onarga Military
Fresh-Soph V.V. meet
at Gibson City
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Collecting a total of 91 points during the season, Wayne Ricketts set a school record by running
jack Honegger won the discus throw in the Ottawa the mile in 5:O2.5 in the conference meet. Scoring
district with a toss of 136 ft. SZ in. which also set 60 points he won the mile 6 out of 9 times.
a new school record. He heaved the shot 48 ft. 7 in. joe Iseeley clipped 1,2 seconds off the F-S con-
to break th? schogldfecord' A sh? Put heavf of 45 ference record by running the 440 in 56.8 seconds.
ft' 11 3X4 ln' an lscus toss 0 125 ft' 4 ln' set Keeley, entering the 440,high jump,and both varsity
records in the fresh-soph conference meet.
Joe Steidinger accounted for 15 points in the
OMS meet, winning the high hurdles, the 880, tieing
for first in the high jump, and sharing second in the
broad jump. His total points were 74Z.
and fresh-soph relay teams, scored 59li points.
The fresh-soph relay team broke the F-S con-
ference record in the 880 with the clocking of 1:43.7.
The freshman relay team set a school record in the
440 by running it in 51.2 seconds.
FRONT ROW: Manager Donald Tornowski, jim Ringler, Gene Musselman, Glarles Goembel, Steve Hallam, james
Honegger, Bob Gillespie, jon Merritt, Bill Decker, joe Steidinger. SECOND ROW: Ass't Coach Remmert, Maury
Ringler, jerry Bachtold, Duane Martin, Cliff Kinate, Joe Keeley, Wayne Ricketts, jim Gulliford, Jack Honegger,
Buddy Craig, Head Coach Stahl.
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Although there are three grade schools at
Forrest, Strawn, and Wing, there is much over-
lapping of territory, so that the students in none
of them are entirely local products. Thus when
they can come together for one enterprise, as they
did in the music festival pictured here they
easily become a unit group. This helps prepare
them for the time when they will enter high school
for at that time all boundaries vanish and the
students all become loyal Eskimos.
CYRIL ALLEN, 13.5.
Meadowbrook Grade Principal
Strawn Grade Principal
Wing Grade Principal
Wing third and fourth grades
MILTON GUREN, B.S.
Meadowbrook eighth grade
ELIZABETH HOKE B.S.
Meadowbrook seventih grade
AUDREY HONEGGER, B.S.
Meadowbrook first grade
WANDA JACOBS, B.S.
Meadowbrook second grade
Meadowbrook sixth grade
Strawn 7th and 8th Grades won first place on their float, perhaps because Meadowbrook's first grade uses a
it was the only grade school float entered in che parade' felt board to tell the sror-yofL1ttle
Strawn seventh and eighth grades
Strawn second grade
BERNICE METZ, B.S.
Meadowbrook fourth grade
Meadowbrook first grade
Strawn first grade
Meadowbrook fifth grade
MARGARET WAIBEL, B.S.
Meadowbrook sixth grade
Meadowbrook first grade
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Meadowbrook third grade
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ABSENT: GLADYS BLIZZARD, Strawn fifth and sixth grades
SYLVIA GUREN, Wing first and second grades
At Wing's Get-AcquaintedPot-luck, Mr. Parkinson converses with the parents.
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EICHTH GRADE FORREST
FRONT ROW Rxchard Brown, Rxcky Snyder, Donald Fehr, Betty Dozxer, Vxcky Metz, Marlene Bach SECOND ROW Mr
Milton Guren, Floyd Lannmg, Tom Snyder, Sherry Martin, ohn Plattner, Dxane Kammemlann La Beth Metz, ames
Stephens, Barbara Tyler THIRD ROW Jamce Bachtold Mary Nagel Larry Ryan, Robert Rxcketts, Larry Garrels
Rrcky Wxnce, Vrcky Tornowskn Yvonne Folwell FOURTH ROW Wayne Metz, Peggy Metz, Joyce Barber, oanne Brady,
Gary llaab Shirley Koehl Helen Schaffer, Kathy llaab, Davxd Mlller ABSENT ohn Cloudt, Ruth jupln, Helen Stork,
B111 Clouse, Gayle Marrm
SEVENTH GRADE FORREST
FRONT ROW Dlck Kmg, Larry Whxte, Larry Walt, jrmmy Vaughan, Tommy Crouch, ames Tooley SECOND ROW
Cheryl Masters, june Rleger, Patsy Popeyoy, Flame Anlxker, Drana Van Ormer, Judy 7opf ane Rleger, udy Relnltz,
Marlene Rlcketts THIRD ROW Mrs Fllzabeth Hoke COHDIC Hack Barbara Cole James Traub Gordon Kmate, Emest
Schmldt, Teresa Austman, AIICC Hodgson, Jill McLaughl1n FOURTH ROW james Stoller, Patricia Weakman, Lmda
Babbs Marlene Plattner, Cu.rt1s lluette, Douglas Stewart, Donna Fellers, Rachel Bryant udy Smlrh ABSFNT Bonnre
Beckhoff Charles Meredlth, Tommy Bounds
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FRONT ROW: Karen Farney, Michael Brady, Keith Haab, Charon Terrell, Randal Reinitz, Billy Sims, Michael Ambrose,
William Lindsey. SECOND ROW: Mrs. Knauer, Patricia Godfrey, Gloria Ryan, Raymon johnson, Barbara Ricketts, Ann
Iindres, Jane Gardner. THIRD ROW: Steve Metz, Roger Bohanon, Allan Kaisner, Janet Tharp, Roger Huette, Sharon
Amstutz, jerry Wince, Jon Kinate. ABSIENT: Arnold Yoder.
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the sixth grade work.
SIXTH GRADE, FORREST
FRONT ROW: Mrs. Margaret Waibel, Patricia Iluston, Richard Craig, jackie Righter, johnny Kammermann, Gail Sue
Barber, Ronald Ehlers, Diane Luttrell. SECOND ROW: Dale Zimmerman, David Merritt, Judy Davis, Donna Sinnett,
Deborah Waters, Deborah Kinate, Nelson Nussbaum. TIIIRD ROW: David McMinn, Toni Folwell, Lucille Fehr, Diane
Ilonegger, Darlene Gorden, Robin Gee, Shirley Kachelmuss, Eric Bach.
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nr e Johnson Terry Ehlers Jacquelyn
FRONT ROW Mlchael Vaughan Jackle Ray Mydler, Rua Rxeger Davrd Davis Ja c
G G e Rita Threl Susan Amstutz, Scott Walt, Mrs Erma Veatch Robert
Gullrford James Barley SECOND ROW regory e ,
Vaughan Sue Bryant Robert Nagel Norene Tooley THIRD ROW Davrd Schaffer Rrchard Custer, Gregory Dempsey,
Wrllram Masters Carl Bracken Barbara Rrcketts, Lmda Bachtold, Thomas Ambrose, Terry Nussbaum, Jean Brady
ABSENT Loren Loomrs
FOURTH GRADE FORREST
FRONT ROW Kathleen Shaddle, jerry Austman, Barbara Honegger, Mehnda McM1nn, Wrllxam Endres, Susan Popeyoy,
LJ d jones Davrd Baker SECOND ROW Marsha Sregmlller, Steve Anderson, Mrchael Smrth, Patncla Roth, john
h Ha k D Iene Garrels Sharon Flessner
Schaffer, Ronald Ryan Thomas Dozrer, Errc Kmg THIRD ROW Debora c , ar
l Km te Kathy Godfrey FOURTH ROW Katherme Gordon, Carl Arkema,
Mrke Leeper, Rod Kammermann, Paulxne Gordon, Drana tew
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Drane Culkm, Randall Dempsey, Deborah Newtson, Mxss West, james Rreger, Randy Waxt, Rrchard Vaughan THIRD
ROW Frank Mydler, Errc Newman, Curtrs Zimmerman, Rlchard Sanders, Bemxce Bachtold Mary Ann Gaston Nlary
Beth Rleger, Pamela Thiel ABSENT Kathleen jackson, Vrctorxa Fellers, James Emberton, john Amstutz
SECOND GRADE FORREST
FRONT ROW Mark Short, Jane Honegger, Deborah Honegger, Cynthra Stexdmger, Dons Fellers, Denms Ham, john
Yoder SECOND ROW Ronald McWhorter, Mary Vaughan, Lmda Anderson, Mary Zorn, judxth Brady, Mxchaelme Rreger,
john Stoller, W1l11a.m Clark THIRD ROW Mrs Jacobs, John Remrtz, Bxlly Wxnce, james Hack, Robert Sanders, Rebecca
Terrell Thomas Sims, james Maplethorpe FOURTH ROW Rodney Zlmmerman, Barry Koehl Mxchael Ross, Robert
Hensley, Steven Luttrell, Terry Folwell, Mrchael Endres, john Ambrose, Terry Kammermann ABSENT Drane Rreger,
Paul Amstutz, o Ann Bounds Barry Smock
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FRONT ROW: Roger Haab, Tonny Cloudt, Otty Cloudt, Richard Huston, Michael Craig. SECOND ROW: Danny Garrels,
Stanley Blunier, Kay Metz, Janet Huette, Delores Mydler, Kay Emberton. THIRD ROW: Mrs. Newman, Scott Zimmerman,
William Shaddle, Alan Nussbaum, Carla Kuntz, Luann Nussbaum, and john Roth. ABSENTg Richard Ambrose, Terry
Baker, Michael Doyle, Xen Karcher, Marie Meitzner, Richard Purkey, Eddie Walker, Mattie Lou Wenger.
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FIRST GRADE, FORREST
FRONT ROW: Patricia Tooley, Ricky McWhorter, Rex Newman, Louis Yonkers, Valerie Prather, Phyllis Stehle, Kay
Huette. SECOND ROW: Patricia Craig, Jill Nussbaum, Marilyn Ricketts, Joe Zorn, Keith McMinn. THIRD ROW: Lynn
Short, Bonita Seegmiller, Brenda Fellers, Stanley Metz, Paula Hack, Connie Steffen, Carey Hensley. ABSENT: Lyle
jackson, Scott Kammermann, Earl Baker, john Davis, Karen Milstead, Steve Ehlers.
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FRONT ROW Nlanlyn Broquard 'Nlarrha Famey, Dennis Farris, Janet llonegger, Gary Anhker, Carol Tredenmck, Brlly
Marlm Terry Kuntz, Karen Rneger SI COND ROW Mnss Catherrne Kurtenbach Donna Farris, Mary Kathryn Schneider,
Maxine Marlin, Roy Pondel,lrv1n Hnggmson joan Honegger,Karen Lehmann Carol Decker THIRD ROW Neatha Bauman,
Richard Rxeger, Robert Nlueller, Carolyn Martm Vnclcx Weir, Nlary Kemp, oanne Mueller Bobby Martin, Lmda Goembel
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FRONT ROW Rosemary Lehmann, Peggy Goembel, Nancy Ann Bose, Stephen Davls, Rxcky Knauer, Arthur Mueller,
Warren Koehl Mark Maurer SECOND ROW Donald Rrngler, Randel Yoder, Steve Lunde, Mrs Mabyl Mehrlrens, can
Marlm, Denms Freehrll Robert Schaffer, Dale Brctner ABSENT Matllda Rreger
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Walter Honegger, jerry Leman, and
Karen Davis are fascinated with then'
FIRST GRADE STRAWN
FRONT ROW jay Zlmmerman, Thomas Lynch, Francls Famey, Damel Osbome, Brenda Pratt, Roger Mrshler, Peggy
Adams, Kenneth Lehmann SECOND ROW Rebecca Shzves, Lynda Brucker, Walter Honegger, Ronald Hartman, Mrs
Sxnger, Jerry Leman, Clarence Kemnetz, Karen Davis, Drane Benway ABSENT Garry Knauer
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FIFTH AND SIXTH GRADES, WING
FRONT ROW: Larry Crews, Boyd Mann, james Robert Head, David Church, David Malcomb, Carl Merideth, Richard
Miller. SECOND ROW: ,Iames Merideth, James Plattner, Richard Haab, Russell Babbs, Roger Brown, Ronald Horine,
Richard Stoller. THIRD ROW: Mr. William Parkinson, Elaine Honegger, Gloria Babbs, Connie Nance, Tarry Skinner,
Linda Stephens, Beth Cole, Barbara Horine, Sharon Tyler.
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FRONT ROW: Sharon Horine, Peggy Nance, Tarry Stephens, Ruth Ann Engelbrecht, Sue Wenger, Melanie Stephens,
Linda Weakman. SECOND ROW: Elsa Stoller, Deborah Harms, Michael Cole, Robert Stoller, James Hoke, Mary Ann
Rich, Mary Elaine Plattner. THIRD ROW: Mrs. Bradford, Harold Bach, Harlan Harrell, Gary Babbs, David Bach, Dennis
Sharp, Keith Tyler, John Hoke.
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and Iohn Iloke busy themselves during a twice-daily milk breaks.
winter noon hour by putting a puzzle together.
FIRST AND SECOND GRADES, WING
FRONT ROW: Dick Malcom, Kathleen Rich, Terry Mann, Daryle Anliker, Don Harms, Robert Engelbrecht. SECOND
ROW: Rick Harms, Karen Tammen, Dale Haab, Mike Trainor, Gary Brown, Lucinda Harms. THIRD ROW: Teresa Dohman,
Pam Crews, Linda Meredith, Allan Kamrath, Debra Crews, Peggy Rieger. Mrs. Sylvia Guren.
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FRONT ROW: Joyce Barber, Patsy Popejoy, Helen Schaffer,Linda Babbs, Judy Reinitz, Shirley Koehl, Marlene Plattner,
Joan Brady. SECOND ROW: Cheryl Masters, Marlene Ricketts, Betty Dozier, Patricia Weakman, Peggy Metz, Kathy
Haab, Rachel Bryant, Judy Smith, Vicky Metz, Marlene Bach. THIRD ROW: Jane Rieger, Judy Zoph, Alice Hodgson,
Elaine Anliker, Jill McLoughlin, Sherry Martin, Barbara Cole, Connie Hack, June Rieger, Donna Fellers. FOURTH
ROW: Barbara Tyler, La Beth Metz, Yvonne Folwell, Vicky Tomowski, Mary Nagel, Teresa Austman, Janice Bachtold,
Diane Kammerman, Toni Snyder, Diana VanOm1er.
The Meadowbrook Girls' Glorus put their
singing ability to good use at the Grade
School Concert held April 17.
FRONT ROW: Yvonne Folwell, Elaine Anliker, Hetty Dozier, Diana VanOrmer, Marlene Plattner, Tarry Skinner, Patricia
Godfrey, Diane llonegger, Glaron Terrell, Sharon Amstutz, Robin Gee, Robert Ringler, Elaine llonegger. SECOND
Row: Gail Que Iiarber, Tommy Crouch, Gary Anliker, Eric Bach, Jon Kinate, Nelson Nussbaum, Richard llaab, Richard
Miller, David Miller, Jackie Righter, Janet Tharp, Allan Kaisner, Patsy Popejoy, James Traub, Barbara Tyler, Roger
Iiohanon, Marilyn llroquard, Karen llornickle, Peggy Metz, Joyce Barber, Sherry Martin, Vicky Metz. THIRD ROW:
Richard lirown, Kierh llaab, Dennis Knauer, John Griesmer, Director.
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COIorfu1 costumes and a dramatic stage set the scene for Strawn's "There Was One Who Gave A Lamb.
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Strawn had only a fair season this year with the lightweights winning 7 and losing 5 and the heavy-
weights even unlucl-cier, losing 9 to the 4 won. Summary:
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Piper City 26-27 27-38 Sunbury 27-16 43-36
Chatsworth 24-15 16-17 Chatsworth 37-18 15- 19
Odell 39-18 22-26 Odell 34-35 32-31
Melvin-Sibley 22-37 22-37 Saunemin 50-34 31-34
Saunemin 32-24 28-25 Melvin-Sibley 35-42 24-36
S1 RAWN ISASKI 'lliALl SQL AD FRONI ROV fheerleaders Nlarilyn Broquard joan llonegger Karen Lehmann
Karen Rleger QICOND ROW Keith llonegger Andy Rieger Richard Rieger lrvm Higginson Philip Knauer Billy
Nlarlm David Knauer THIRD ROV Nlanager Roy Pondel Terry Bachtold Dennis Farris Dennis Knaucr Coach Cyril
Allen Arthur I ehmann Terry lxunrz Allen Roth Manager Gary Anliker
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FORREST TRACK SQUAD FRONT ROW Mrchael Ambrose, Randall Relnrtz, James Tooley, Richard
Craig, James Vaughan, David McM1nn, Mrchael Brady, John Kammermann SECOND ROW Rlcky Bach,
Wayne Metz, Dale Zxmmerman Roger Huette, Rrcky Snyder, Roger Bohanon, Steve Metz, Coach Cyrxl
Allen THIRD ROW Curtis Huette Tommy Ambrose, John Plattner, Gordon Kmate, Rrck Wmce, James
Stephens, Douglas Stewart
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The Forrest track team had a successful season hurdles, and frfth rn the drscus Gordon Kxnate also
thxs year, takxng 4th rn the county and sendmg placed second rn the 440
Rxcky Wmce to the sectronal Rxcky Wmce led the In the sectronal meet Rrcky Wmce captured a
team wrth a fxrst rn the pole vault, second 1n the fourth rn the pole vault and a fourth rn the hurdles
Wxnce clears 7' 10" to win the pole Wince poses after placing flfth nn Stephens takes second rn prellmm
vault nn the Lrvmgston County Track the dxscus at the Lnvmgston County aries of the 100 yd. dash at the
meet. meet. County meet.
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Kanuer, Terry Kuntz, Allen Roth SECOND ROW Dale Lehman, Brll Marlrn, Denms Farrxs, B111 Kemnetz,
Larry Blrkner, Bob Martin, Jxm Moore THIRD ROW Rxchard Rleger, Dennis Knauer, Arthur Lehman, Robert
Mueller, Roy Pondell, Plullp Knauer, Irvm Hrggmson, David Knauer, Coach Cyril Allen
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Srbley 7 to 6 Cold weather and ram
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Beverly Anlrker 23
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David Bachtold 30 45
erry Bachtold 27 44 67
Mildred Bachtold 30 40 42 47
Richard Bachtold 31 41 43 44
Verna Bachtold 31 41 43 47
Chrole Baker 314143 47
Donna Benway 30 43 47
Karen Benway 31 42 47
Sharen Benway 31 43 47
Alice Beecher 30 47
David Beran 5 23 37 40 43
Donald Brewer 23 45 54 56
june Bxrkner 23 40 42 47 59 62
Lynne Brauman 27 40 47 43
Jerry Broquard 27 41 49
Janet Brown 31414346 47
julia Brown 16 27 40 42
Marjorie Brown 18 28 40 42 47
Raymond Bryant 30 44
Mary Clouse 31
Clarene Coyne 23 47
Flrzabeth Coyne 31 41 42 47
Daniel Craig 31 35 43
William Craig 29 54 56 57 60
Suellen Cunmngham 40 43 47
Connie Day 31 42 4147
Lmda Davls 36 47
Marsha Davis 3142 47
William Decker 16 23 40 45 54 56
Rodger Dozier - 28 48 55 56
Maribeth Ebach 27 36 43 47
Mary Edwards - 28 41
Sandra Edwards - 30 42 47
Bonnie Ellis - 31 43 47
Jerry Endres - 3141 43 44 56
Roger Fairley - 30 45
Charles Famey - 19 41 43 45
Dianna Famey - 30 40 42 47
Dou as Farney - 16 30 40 43 49 36
Gerald Farney - 31
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anice Fellers - 31,42 47
Shirley Fellers - 30
Leon Follmer - 22 35 37,55 56,58,61
David Franklin - 28,44
Dennis Franklin - 28,36,40,44
Susan Gardner - 31,41,42,47
Thomas Gardner - 28,36,41,43,49
Robert Gillespie - 28,36,41,54,56,67
Glarles Goembel - 19,31,41,45,67
Magdalene Goembel - 23,41,42,43,47
James Gulliford - 30,43,49,54,56,60,
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Robert llunmer 24 18
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Carolyn lliggrnson 31 42 4
Mary Hlrsteln 28 42 4
Robert lloke 31414156
Brenda llonegger 28 35 11 43 4
ack lionegger 30 41 43 55 56 60
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anxce llonegger 30 34 35 40 43 47
Lloyd llonegger I6 24 34 35 48 55
'iam llonegger 30 43 49 65
Beverly llorine 30 42 43 59 62
Mary Alice llorlne 30 43
Wayne lm 30 43 45
Gordon ohnson 6 24 37 41 54 56
Karla Johnson 24 43 47 48
Carol Kachelmuss 30 41 43 46 47
Nancy Kachelmuss 31 42 41 47
Kenneth Karsner 28 56
Larry Karsner 24 44
Lou Ida Kalsner 30 40 42 47
Joseph Keeley 30 54 56 60 63 64
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Roseann Keeley - 24 37 41 47
Gifford Kinate - 29 40 55 56 67
Lynne Kinate - 31 40 41 42 47
Diane King - 30 43
Ramona Knapp - 29 34 35 36 41 43
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Joy Knauer,- 29 40 42 47
Helen Kuntz - 29 40 43
Joyce Kuntz - 30 42 43 47
Paul Lanz -- 31 43
Betty Jo Lindsey - 27 36 40 42 47
Hindu Lindsey - 24 37 40 43 46 47
Gary Luttrell -- 31 44
Janice McNutt - 25,35,37,41,43,47,
lean Ann Martin - 27,34,35,36,4O,42,
Duane Martin - 31,41,35,43,45,65,67
Kay Masters - 24
Joy Masters - 30,42,43,47
Larry Maurer - 30,45
Mae Meenen -- 30,47,49,59,62
Jon Merritt 30 35 43 55 56 60 66 67
Alan Metz 22 37 40 4148 55 56 57
Arthur Metz 23 34 35 48 49 39 40
Bonnie Metz 29 36 41 42 46 47 49
Anne Miller 25 37 40 46 47
Jane Miller 29 36 40 42 46 47 49
Johnny Moore 31 41 43 45
Gene Musselman 31 67
Duane Nussbaum 31 40 S6 65
Larry Oyer 30 56
Robert Peterson 31 44
Sally Jo Peterson 3
Barry Rasmussen 25 48 49
Roger Read 29 40
ames Reef 19 3143 45
Mary jo Ricketts 31 41 42
James Ricketts 29 54 56 40
Wayne Ricketts 29 44 45 66 67
Linda Rxeger 29 41
Ronald Rleger 31 45 65
Steve Rxeger 30 45 47 40 65
Dons Rmgler 22 37 40 46 43 47
James Rmgler 3143 45 56 65 67
Maurrce Rrngler 31 43 44 56 65 67
Barbara Rmkenberger 30 43 47
Robert Roth 27 35 36 41 54 60
Marilyn Schmidt -- 30 42 47
Vemon Schrof - 30
Phyllis Sharp - 31 43
Harry Sohn - 29 36 49 55 56 61
john Spencer - 6 25 55 56
james Starks - 25 40 55 56
Alice Steidinger - 31
Joseph Steidinger - 25 44 54 56 59
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Harold Stoller - 31 43 45,40 56
David Tharp - 30 41 43 44 56 65
Jerry Tooley - 30 56
Pauline Tooley - 25 37,41 43,47 48
Donald Tomowski - 30,44,67
John Vaughan - 31
Carol Waibel - 29,36,41,43,47,59,62
Ronald Walker - 30,4 3,56,65
Dianne Waters - 31,47
Larry Whitfill - 33,44
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THESE ADVERTISERS SUPPORT OUR SCHOOL
AGRICULTURAL TRANSPORTATION ASSOC.
Freeman L Vaughn fAgen0
AMERICAN SCREEN PRODUCTS COMPANY
J N BACH SONS
BACHTOLD BROS INC
Bachtold Mowers and Attachments
BRICKER DRUG STORE
Dale Brrclrer, R Ph Phone
117 North Street
The Rexall Drug Store
JOHN P COOK FUNERAL HOME
Funeral and Ambulance Servxce
THE CORAL CUP
For a Bite to Eat Where Fnends Meet
The Hrgh School Glrls Shop
DAVE S SUPER MARKET
Get the Most and the Best for the Least
DECKER BROS HEREFORDS
Bulls Bred Helfers, 4 H Club Calves
DILLER TILE COMPANY
Manufacturers of Dram Txle
FARNEY S SANITARY MARKET
Mrlton Farney Proprretor
FIRST STATE BANK OF FORREST
Member of FDIC
FOLLMER AND CULKIN AGENCY
FORREST BOWLING LANES
Open and League Play
Call OL 7 8641 for Reservauons
Phone OL 7 8158 for Reservatlons
FORREST LOCKERS INC
Rent One of Our Lockers
FORREST MILK PRODUCTS
Milton Kmate, Proprietor
THE FORREST NEWS
The Hometown Newspaper of Forrest
THE 4 KINGS CAFE
We Kater to Kids Kapers
Your Home Photographer
HAAB AND AUSTMAN
Mxdway Servrce Statxon
HANSON MOWRY FUNERAL HOME
24 hr Ambulance Servrce
H J HENNESSY COMPANY
Sell Where They Net More
Stock Yards, Bloommgton, Illrnoxs
HONEGGER BREEDER HATCHERY
Honegger Layer Chix
WM. E HONEGGER AND SONS
Shellmg Truckrng-Cob Crushxng
I C MURDOCK Illnnols Representatxve
Huntrngton Laboratornes In
Home of the FSW Eskrmos
JOHNSON S SUNDRIES
Phone OL 7 8282
KANE S WEST SIDE DRIVE IN
Phrllxps 66 Service
KANKAKEE COCA COLA COMPANY
Refresh wrth a Coke
KANKAKEE PAPER COMPANY
Qualxty Paper for Less
KECK'S INSURANCE COMPANY
Insurance slnce 1893
KING ELECTRIC SERVICE
Hotpomt Electric Applxances
General Repannng Phone 4lRlI
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LEHMAN S MEN STORE
221 N M111 Street
Charcoal Steaks 81 Pxzza Pre
THE LIVINGSTON SALES COMPANY
Graxn and Lumber
ANDY LOKOS FGG GRADING SFRVICI-
A Good Fgg to Know
Faultless Feeds for Better Feeders
LOY S STORE
A Friendly Place to Trade
MAC S FOOD MART
Grocenes and Fresh Fruxts
MARIE S INC.
Fxrst rn Ladies Fashlons
MARR OIL COMPANY
Skelgas and Skelly Products
REUBEN METZ Your Home Town Agent
Country Life 8: Mutual Insurance Co
MOULTON S BARBER SHOP
Get a Quick Clrp U R Next
DR I L NOVAK
Physxcxan and Surgeon
OAK MOTOR SALES
We Sell Only the Best
OSBORNE S RADIO AND T
PARKER S CLEANERS
Save on Cash and Carry
PATFRNOSTER MOTOR COMPANY
Sales FORD Service
Look Peute Be Petlte
Call PETITE 662
QUAKER OATS COMPANY
Gram Lumber Coal Seeds
W B READ AND COMPANY
School Supplxes Sportmg Goods
Excellent Cleanmg Servlce
RIEGER MOTOR COMPANY
Cars Trucks Buses
Faxrbury and Watselra, Illmols
Plumbmg and Heatmg
SI' ARS ROEBUCK AND COMPANY
Publxshers of the Tupelr
DRS 1 K SIIADDLE and C. G SHADDLE
STI NIART S SUPER MARKET
The Store wnth the School Spxrlt
STRAVN INDEPENDENT OIL COMPANY
THE STYLE SHOP
For Teen Fashxons
TOLLFNDORF S PAINT STORE
Wallpaper, Paxnts, Glass
TRAINOR GRAIN AND SUPPLY COMPANY
TURNIPSEED S 54? TO S1 00 STORE
Where You Always Fmd Somethmg New
Your Department Store Since 1868
BURNELL G WATSON
Bndge and Draxnage Contractor
DEAN WILLIAMS JEWELER
Dxamonds and Watches
ZIMMFRMAN HARDWARE AND FURNITURE
Gram Fertnllzer Redn Mu Concrete
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Mary Beth Head Arthur Metz
Lloyd Honegger, jean Ann Martin, Bonnie Metz, Maribeth Ebach, Harry Sohn, Betty Jo Lindsey, Ramona
Knapp, Constance Anderson, Douglas Farney, Mae Meenen, Janice Honegger, Carol Kachelmuss, Lou Ida
Kaisner, Sam Honegger, james Gullifordg Barry Rasmussen, Thomas Gardner, photographersg Mr. Paul
Cary, business manager, Miss Mabel Marlar, advisor.
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