Forreston High School - Cardinal Yearbook (Forreston, IL)

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Our pleasent memories of Ruth will help us always to remember her. o,+a0+,,,f4":+,p,+4p'A,-'xJ",0p-po+,o4,+0004,-004Q'4a40QQ0Q.4 1949 -:::::::::::::-b,::,:::,,,::::,',-:::::::::::::::g-::::::::- 3 F. C. H. S. 1949 CARDINAL PUBLISHED BY THE SENIOR CLASS OF FORRESTON COMMUNITY HIGH SCHOOL SCHOOL SONG. Once again here as school-mates assembled, We fain would lift our hearts in song, To our high school, our dear Alma Mater Let gladness the moments prolong, We are proud of our lads and our lasses. Of honors won in days gone by, So here's a cheer for our old High School, For our Old High School, Our Dear Old High. Chorus: Here's to our classes, here's to our lasses, Here's to the lads they adore, Here's to the seniors so mighty, Juniors so flighty, freshie, and sophomore, Let mirth and gladness, banish all sadness, Then as the days go by, You'll find us ready and steady Boosting for Forrcston High. Soon for us will our schooldays be ended, The dreams of youth that fade so fast, But we know that our hearts of't will ponder, In memories of scenes that are past, There are joys that will long be remembered And friendships too that ne'er can die, So here's a cheer for our old High School, For Our Old High School, Our Dear Old High. 1949 4 -4 ,Lf 3-s ,Q , JV ck f' 1 ft jf: wk ,A -ww v1,w 1 f 0 1 f J :YET 5 Q ,,- I -. ,, :' Y, V lf A sig.-+ 1 , fl gf 1 w3 gg1g:', kg 33 l 511 Ng, ymgpgr, Y-Lffrgfra, ' f1::1,1-: wi , f .gy ,,.3f!ffZ.v3 A-mw.,.-e N, wg: 5 - , , ,,.,lV , L , . " Ti L - 's .pq-w..-1 Mg g qw ,, , b 4, , , V Q: ,H T, 5. ,ii 1,-.K J ,,5gg, 2 E, 'g nftgqw. 'w-3' 1-'Wfffw' ' 'U5519' Fw W '+f"V'u,5LQz'9'mi,5f1f'7??-f1N"f3'i'fe'?ff'gd'ZjT'.i1'.-v' UMW.,-'-gr, Qx1,M,,'f'3',!U?. n . ' if jqv'M'?"fg7zjMf'FW ' "vm2'Q1.d' ' qlcvfjfwfwg 'fQ+:F,,",-' ' ap ' ' ' ,wgfwjg M -u s, ,,?fEe"im4if?w, Q K ' . ' " , . , 3 inf-:'1:.f'.2,"AEEH: 'H31Pg'gfQ4fN:f,iS ' Q , 4 Mg iq: N WE,-1W'! 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History III, IV University, B. Ed. Bookkeeping Shorthand Typing I, Il Commercial Arithmetic Business Law Freshman Class Advisor F. T. A. Mrs. Brinkmeier Brown's Business College Office Secretary English I Coach Senior Class Advisor Mrs. Stengel Mrs. Amsrud Miss Befg Eastern Illinois Teachers' McPhai1 School of Music, B. A. Illinois College, B. A. College, B. S. Northwestern, M. M. ---A- E ..-. ----- Latin I Home Ecomics, I, II Band English 11.111, IV F. H. A. Glee Club G. A. A. Library 1949 ' 9 CT' mx:xx:: :Ff:E:Z:E:xxxmx "':xxA """' 'AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA AAAAAAAA 'A-rv "'-- :::::::::::::: ------ 4-vv--vvvvv-vvvv--.Y-vvv-vvvvvvvvvvv vv-v- SCHOOL BOARD HISTORY. The Forreston Community High School, District No. 219, was organized in the spring of 1937. The five board members elected at that time were: Onne A. DeWa1l, Earl J. Link, Herman Frey, Walter Kaney, and Clarence Rademaker. J. E. Fisher was employed to serve as clerk for the board. Three ofthe original live are still members: Orme De- Wall, Earl Link, and Herman Frey. Oscar Vietmeier has been a member since August, 1940, when he was chosen to succeed Clarence Rademaker, who moved to Polo. Warren Kaney was elected in April, 1948, to succeed his father, Walter, who retired. B. H. Unangst has served as clerk since May, 1944 when he succeeded I. E. Fisher, who retired. : - :::::v A::::::: ::::::::::::::::::::::::-:::::::::.r ':::- 1949 10 iq! Qwui f 9 L9,f!mQ,, B iff-1,.A A1 JJ 7- Oxon Meffmffpp ' MW-A E - ff max- ,ff ,f vv',f: ,I M9A21'3fIJ mmf. fi ,N L W ,, eff-3, W . W 1 b. VV ,Il , fn A 0 M 4 , 6 Y,,,,e,, ,mail I " ,721 , . , B ,wg.:5,f rv- ' A '-11 Y:-QV "W 1: 'qw' if we g".,y4 -V, , .F-,., ' '1 - ' gf wg? f1'fjQ.b:'1g4':,fFM, w N , I '5J'1f1,':'f,r-- 1 '25f'1'!: wwf x v I ',4'J,f, 'w Q 3 T H f1w,mM.1.4:-A , . , f 1 ,-'Y-VHF-'. 1 , "W '1 3 Ku '.-13, .5 ,, .. 5 - 5247-. 1121-"'Cig.".1, Q' , H" 'L' ,ui Q-is 1sw.p1f' - . 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YF Mmigy-gg L ,5:m.3. 5.5, 3 , 2 ' V 4 W 1 - ' M " 9 ' ' 1 f NA: 1 " " M355 lil K Q5 v-, Class Colors-Purple and White Class Flower4White Rose Class Motto-"Let every man be master of h Tribute to My Class Joyce Mertz Here's to the Seniors of forty-nine, As they face the future, straight and fineg Unafraid and conf1dent, With an iron will that cannot be bent. A will to venture to Fields unknown, Whereseeds of knowledge have not been sow A will to strengthen the bonds of peace, And force the evils of war to cease. A will to finish the toughest light, That defends the cause we know is right A will to right all wrong we see, That our children, too, may be happy and free. So here's to the Seniors of forty-nine, As they face the future, straight and iineg With a will to win, a will to succeed, A will that the rest of the world shall heed. is time US 1949 ::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::-Q::: 15 ----+-+-A----------------------p::::::.-:+:::::::::::::::.-:- F. C. H.-S. :.-:::: ,:::::::::: -:::: - A - - A::::: :: Edward Lane, Vice President Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 4 Track 1, 2, 4 Basketball 2, 3, 4 Class Play 3, 4 Operetta 1 Class Olflcer 3, 4 Student Board 3, 4 Reporter 1, 2, 3 Annual Staff 4 Camera Club 3 Carnival Attendant 4 Doris Vietmeier, Treasurer Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 4 G. A. A. 1,2, 3,4 F. T. A. 2, 3, 4 F. H. A. 1 G. A. A. Camp 3 F. T. A. Oflicer 4 Solo Contest 2, 3, 4 Accompanist 2, 3, 4 Operetta 1 Annual Staff 3,4 Class Play 3,4 Class Oflicer 4 Joyce M ertz, Secretary Annual Co-editor 4 Band 1, 2, 3, 4 G. A. A. 1, 2, 3,4 Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 4 Class Ollicer 4 G. A. A. Otlicer 2 Operetta 1 Class Play 3,4 Librarian 4 Annual Staff 2, 3, 4 Student Board 4 Solo Contest 1 Cheerleader 2, 3, 4 Mr. M asterson, Advisor ACHIEVEMENTS. Marcella Zumdahl, President Band 1, 2, 3,4 Glee Club 1, 2, 3,4 Class Ofricer 4 Student Board 4 Class Play 4 Annual Stall 4 F F H. A. 1,2, 3,4 . H. A. Nat'l Conv. 3 F. H. A. Oflicer 3, 4 F. H. A. Queen's Attendant 2, 3 G A. A. 2, 3, 4 Reporter 1 Carnival Queen 4 Solo Contest 2, 3, 4 Band Olicer 4 Operetta 1 Barbara Beebe, C0 Band 1, 2, 3, 4 Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 4 G. A. A.1,2, 3,4 F H. A.1 Band Officer 3 Class Play 3 Reporter 1, 3 Annual Staff l, 4 Operetta 1 Annual Co-editor 4 G. A. A. Officer 4 F. 1-l. A. Oflicerl Mr. Brinkmeier, Advisor "'1'5I.6"' --A-- A--- ---- --A--::::-1'--fvvvv-VO-vv ------ vvvv ------- ---vvvv- 16 .N .tn . Jia. -editor of annual ,TT-. M. lVn2.cf,1, LD Zuuoaaz, Lownzo LANE, , ., DOZN, 5,66 ' . any I, HA.f1'59,.3'aN Uv-yes. f1E,12.1'z. .em.e'aeA 65561 ' r ' A in H w . . Q ,r W -n -.gn S J A - ,zgiktjf-K 1 1m - ' gN'f"d Q' 1 v ,, ' - -' V' ' . .... A L' ' I n ' K ' ,,1 . . Q X , . W , 1 'K ' Q 1 pw. A-i . E 1 ,w1,,.,, ,Q f Wx, qw WW 11 s ef 1 1. :1 .'-, ,ci 4"fwj3g'1 1 , - ,, 'J f v' n 4311 Qpiawue 1 - ,,1.ff'1 1 11 , :ew 1,1 . N . " f,'w"1Q1f53S15411s1, a, wifi, 11.y'3r1m. ,L + 8" 1 S 1 "uf r k ' if " V Fi 'I 5 5 Rf! .MV I ' ' 'T Y ' 1-Y 3 Q' Z. ' 1 , Ts' 'm. 'vi 11 3 , uk, h N . 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W. 1 ,1 1' x H X' Xl ' Q -1 I 1 5 9 4 ' 1 A 7- 'J ' 11-- K v ' A A if .M "1 if ' H I S " ' ' , 2 ' 4 1 1 -1 ' " 9412" Y f -1, , w' W' Q 1, 4 if . 219 ' , ,, 1 1, Q' , 1:1 1 ,xkx 1 A , 1.x . ,.. - X- . 1 11 ' j. 1, ' 1 1- .W R 4' I. H' 1 1 1, 1 ' A F. C. H. S. LAST WILL AND TESTAMENT. We,the Class of 1949 of F. C. H. S, being in good health and of sound and disposing mind and memory, and being desirous of settling our worldly affairs while we so remain, do make, publish, and declare this, our last will and testament. We leave Mr. Aeiken all our scientihc knowledge. We leave Miss Berg all the literature and Shakespeare. We leave Mr. Masterson a few scattered parts of our cars. We leave Mr. Sprague all our happy, serious, and skillful gym classes. We leave Mr. Brinkmeier all the wars and all the Muzzey books plus lots of cheers for the basketball teams. We leave Mr. Van Ness our ability to keep all classes serious. We leave Mr. Finch all the green grass of the rolling hills. We leave Mrs. Stengel all our good knowledge of home cooking. We leave Mrs. Amsurd our great ability to always be on the right note. We leave Mrs. Brinkmeier the ability to answer all our bothersome questions. We leave Harry and Lloyd all our footprints and old gum. I. I, And, finally, we leave our various individual possessions as follows: Jim Akins, bequeath my ability to ask Van hard questions in bookkeeping to Homer Smith. Alice Albert, bequeath my ability to have a lot of nicknames to Bob Beebe. ' I Barbara Beebe, beqneath my ability to meet out-of-town athletes to Mary Anne Frey. I, Janice Brattrud, bequeath my ability to always make a joke to Marguerite Raymond. L I, I. Lewis DeGraff, bequeath my ability to change cars and girls to Dave Snapp. Delores Drake, bequeath my ability to be serious and solemn to Kathryn Tinklenberg. Ethel Drake, bequeath my ability to type fast to Robert Kampen. Vl'e, Marlys Duitsman, and Lois Kilker, bequeath our ability to stick together through thick and thin to Marlene Ludwig and JoAnn Brooks. I. 1. Gunther Frank, bequeath my ability to be quiet to Harlon Diehl. . I Grant Groenewold, bequeath my ability to always argue to Phil Frederick. Lawrence Greenfield, bequeath my ability to keep my part of the study hall quiet to my sister, Marian. I, Gerald Janssen, bequeath my ability to never get caught eating in study hall to George Martens. I. Paul Kaney, bequeath my ability to take good pictures to Bob Conkey. Edward Lane, bequeath my ability to keep calm and cool in a rugged game of basketball to Leland Genandt. 1. I, Joyce Mertz, bequeath my pep used at basketball games to Janice Miller. Nancy Nicholson, bequeath my ability in shorthand to Carol Swalve. I Doris Rugland, bequeath my ability to play volleyball to Marilyn Davis. I. I. I, I, I, I, L I, Doris Swalve, bequeath my ability to be able to sleep in bookkeeping to LaVonne Zimmerman. Shirley Swift, bequeath my ability to be sure of that special fellow to Ruth Ruter. Doris Vietmeier, bequeath my ability to keep the Greenfield brothers interested to Cynthia Akins. Robert Walker, bequeath my ability to race around on my motorcycle to Bob Glover. Barbara Westerman, bequeath my ability to draw posters to Naomi Drake. Richard Wubbena, bequeath my ability to always be a good boy to Bob Ruthe. Marcella Zumdahl, bequeath my ability to always have a smile to Leona Albert. 194.9 ----A--- ........ A- ....... --, ............ - ..... - ..... - ...... --- 19. F. C. H. S. James Akins Band 1, 2, 3, 4 Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 4 F. F. A. 1,2, 3,4 Annual Staff 4 Class Play 3,4 F. F. A. Officer 3,4 Operetta 1 Class Reporter 1 Lawrence Greenfield Band 1, 2, 3, 4 Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 4 Softball 2, 3, 4 Basketball 2, 3, 4 Track 1, Z, Class Officer 2, 3 ,. Band OH-ict-r 4 F. F. A. 1, 2, 3,4 F. F. A. Otlicer 4 Class Play 3,4 Operetta l Annual Staff 3,4 Student Board 3 Carnival King 4 Class Reporter 4 Sectional Judging Conte State Judging Contest 1 Alice Albert Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 4 F. H. A. 1, 2, 3, 4 G. A. A. 2, 3, 4 Reporter 3 Annual Staff 4 Class Otlicer 2 Operetta 1 Class Play 3, 4 F. H. A. Officer 3,4 Queen's Attendant 4 st 1, 2,3 ACHIEVEMENTS. Lewis DeGratT, Jr. x Band 1, 2, 3, 4 Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 4 Softball 2, 3, 4 Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4 Track 1, 2 Class Play 3,4 Operetta 1 ' Class Oflicer 1, 3 Student Board 1 F. F. A. 1, 2, 3, 4 F. F. A. OfHcer 2, 3, 4 Annual Staff 2, 3, 4 Judging 3 F. F. A. Alternate 3 State Farmer 3 Kingis Attendant 3, 4 F. F. A. King's Attendant Ethel Drake ' ' Band 1, 2, 3, 4 Glee Club 2 ,3, 4 F. H. A. 1, 2, 4 F. H. A. Oiticer 2 Annual Staff 4 G. A. A. 1 Marlys Duitsman G. A. A. 1, 2 F. H. A. 1, 2, 3 Glee Club 2, 3, 4 Annual Staff 4 Delores Drake F. H. A. 1,2, 3,4 G. A. A. 1,2, 3,4 Band 1,2, 3,4 Glee Club 2, 3, 4 Class Oflicer 3 F. H. A. Officer 3, 4 Class Play 3, 4 F. H. A. Camp Delegate 3 G. A. A. Oliicer 3 Annual Staff 4 D. A. R. Award 4 Janice Brattrud Band 1, 2, 3, 4 Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 4 Queen's Attendant 4 Annual Staff 4 Operetta 1 F. H. A. 1 Librarian 4 Gunther Frank Band 1, 2, 3, 4 Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 4 Track 1, 2, 3 Basketball 1, 2, 3 Softball 1, 2, 3 Manager 4 Sports Editor 1, 2, 3 Editor-in-Chief 4 Operetta 1 Solo Contest 2 Annual Staff 3, 4 Class Play 4 Camera Club 3 Sports Announcer 1, 2, 3, 4 19.49 20 JAMES 1051415 G u,u7'H.E,e FQAUL ETH,-.I DQHPF, c,CQA!l1Q'f, ffffvljiz "L DL-A0255 DBO Z5 nf' , I v if, V 'fm Dfic,24zfQf'f-JIU. 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'36 Fords Winche High Heeled shoes Stretching Pat Greenfield brothers Service men Ball player Not studying Baileyville Marcella Zumdam Opera singer Laughing Bob V 1 9 4 9 23 F.C.H.S.' 1 Richard Wubbena t Band 1, 2, 3, 4 , Glee Club 1, 2, 3,4 Softball 2, 3, 4 Track 1, 2, 3, 4 Play 3, 4 Operetta 1 .4 Class Olicer 2, 3 Student Board 2 Reporter 1 F. F. A.,1, 2, 3, 4- F. I". A. Officer 2, 3 Annual Staff 4 - Judging 2, 3 F. F. A. Delegate U State Farmer 3 ' Boys Chorus Oliicer 4 Doris Swalve Glee Club 1,2, 3, ' F. H. A. 1,2,3,4 J, G. A. A. 1,2,3,4 Girls Chorus Officer 4 l'F. H. A. officera. 3,4 F. H. A. Queen 2. J G. A. A. Officer 2 it G. A. A. Camp 2 Operetta 1 Reporter 2 Jr. Journal Typist 4 Class Play 3,4 - . Accompanist 2, 3, 4 Annual Staff 3,4 Queen's Attendant 3 Class Otiicer 1 ACHIEVEMENTS. Doris Rugland F.H.A.1. Class Play 4 Annual Staff 4 Shirley Swift if mwCmHLaa4 Band'-1,2,3,4 ' G. A. A. 1, 2 F. H. A. 1 Class Play 4 Uperetta 1 Annual Staff 4 Gerald Janssen Gleew Club 1, 2, 3, 4 Baud 1, 2, 3, 4 Reporter 1, 3 Class Play 4 Annual Staff 4 Track 1, 2 Softball 2 Solo Concert 4 Camera Club 3 Nancy Nicholson Glee Club 2, 3 Annual Staff 4 Barbara Westerman F. H. A. 2, 3, 4 F. T. A. 2, 3, 4 F. T. A. omcef 2, 3 Annual Staff 4 Class Play 4 Reporter 4 Librarian 3 Y Lois Kilker Glee Club 2, 3, 4 F. H. A. 2, 3, 4 Annual Staff 4 Grant Groenewold F. F. A. 1, 2, 3, 4 Amznuiil Staff 4 Class-Play 3,4 Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 4 Boys Chorus Ofhcer 4 3 Basketball 2, 3 Track 1 Sectional Judging Team 1 V v Paul Kaney Glee,VClub 1, 2, 3 F.F.A.1,2,3,4 ,, Annual Stati 4 W Track 2 1' A A Sectional Judging team 1, 2 A 1949 24 diana. Daenf 1Qu4aA,xau0 14, hfbeeauo is-lgfauf 1A,.'.EA. -sl -lr lflNNJ-:. 111,11 1-.. uf N N' 'fa 1 41-. u 'fa ' Q Uzfrucnh. -.3 ff ff," .J lJJl-1x n nf. f 1. . 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They were: Jim Akins, Alice Albert, Barbara Beebe, Janice Brattrud, Lewis DeGratT, Jr., Delores Drake, Ethel Drake, Marlys Duitsman, Gunther Frank, Lawrence Greenfield, Grant Groenewold, Ray Hagemann, Ruth Hayenga, Gerald Janssen, Paul Kaney, Lois Kilker, Wallace Kilker, Edward Lane, Thelma Lee, Joyce Mertz, Doris Rugland, Pete Shoup, Jeanne St. Cyr, Catherine Stone, Paul Stone, Rosemary Stoner, Doris Swalve, Shirley Swift, Doris Vietmeier, George Wagens, Barbara Westerman, Walter Winche, Rich- ard Wubbena, and Marcella Zumdahl. The Class chose for their hrst year officers: President, Pete Shoup, Vice President, Lewis De- Grafl: Secretary, Thelma Leeg Treasurer, Doris Swalve. Mr. Aeiken was elected to be our advisor for the year. The reporters for the Junior Journal were: Gerald Janssen, Barbara Beebe, Marcella Zumdahl, and Dick Wubbena. The only major money making project we had was a stand at the carnival. During the year we lost a good friend, Ruth Hayenga, whose death occurred s-hortly after the be- ginning ofthe school year. Sophomore Again in the fall of 1946, this group came back as sophomores. Pete Shoup, Paul and Catherine Stone, Wallace Kilker, George Wagens, Ray Hagemann, and Walter Winche either did not return or did not hnish out the year with us. Dick Wubbena was elected class President, Wallace Kilker, Vice President, Alice Albert, Sec- retary, Larry Greenfield, Treasurer. Miss Stutsman was chosen our ,advisor. The reporters were: Doris Swalve, Jeanne St. Cyr, Jim Akins, and Eddie Lane. Bake sales and the annual carnival were the projects we undertook for making money., Junior The fall of 1947 rolled around, and the group of students came back to Forreston High as llighty juniors. We lost two members of our class this year, Jeanne St. Cyr and Thelma Lee, who left to attend schools elsewhere. We gained a member, Nancy Nicholson. This year we chose Larry Greenfield for our President, Vice President, Eddie Laney Secretary. Lewis DeGraffg Treasurer, Delores Drake. Miss Berg was chosen advisor by the class. Reporters for the year were Alice Albert, Eddie Lane, Barbara Beebe, and Jerry Janssen. 1949 27 F.C.H.s. , '::::::::'::::::::::: :::::::::::: ::::::::::::::::::::::o::::::::::: CLASS HISTORY fflontinuedj The 'tjolly Juniors" ordered their class rings the day after Sauerkraut Day and received them before Chrlstmas. We worked hard, and put on a comedy play, Hjust Ducky", in March. From this we made enough money to put on a nice Junior-Senior banquet which was held at the Senate Hotel in Freeport, on May 23, 1948. The theme was "Dutch Treat," ' The carnival king and queen attendants chosen out of our class were Doris Swalve and Lewis DeGraff. Senior Once more, and for the last time. we returned to good old FCHS. We lost only one member of our class this year, Rosemary Stoner. Bob Walker left us at semes- ter to return to Oregon High. This year we chose a very capable President, Marcella Zumdahlg Vice President, Eddie Lane, Secretary, Joyce Mertzg Treasurer, Doris Vietmeier. Mr. Masterson and Mr. Brinkmeier served as our advisors. The Editor-in-Chief for the Junior Journal was Gunther Frank and typist was Doris Swalve. Re- porters for the year were Larry Greenheld, Barbara Westerman. In the Fall, the seniors did another hue job of putting their play, "Don't Taiiie my Pennyn, over. We set a new record by taking in 5364. The editors of the yearbook are Barbara Beebe and Joyce Mertz. The student body chose the king and queen from the senior class for the carnival. They were, King: Larry Greenheld, Oueen: Marcella Zumdahl, Attendants: Alice Albert, Lewis DeGraff, Janice Brattrud, and Ed Lane. We had our senior pictures taken in November by Blankenberg, and received them before Christ- mas. We also chose our class motto, flower, color, caps and gowns. To earn money the class had a bake sale, sponsored a donkey basketball game, and had a spring style show. Plans were made for a class trip early in June. :::::::::: :::::::::::::4:::::::::-0 :::::::::::: -::::::::::::::::::::: 1.949 """"""' """' """""25"""""""" "" F. C. H. S. CLASS PROPHECY Let us look into the future. It is the year 1959. The First person we see is one of our former classmates, Edward Lane, who now lives in an apartment house on Lake Shore Drive, in Chicago. Ed, who has just finished work on a new television set of his own. is about to try it out when he is disturbed by the doorbell. Annoyed by the interruption, Ed jerks open the door, expecting to see a salesman. Buth is frown quickly changes to a broad grin, for there stands none other than Jim Akins! "I heard you were living here," says jim. "I thought I would stop in and see you." ' ' ' t ether. Suddenly Jim notices The two chat for a while, remembering their high school days og the television set. "Say, what's that?y' "Thal's the television set l've just completed. Let's try it out?" Th b is wait anxiouslv until the picture becomes A familiar voice comes floating over the air. e og , cler, and then Jim exclaimed, "Why, it's Gunther Frank and his All Girl Orchestral He's playing at the Aragon now. Brum and I went to see him the other night. Speaking of Brum, you might be interested to know that he is now teaching agriculture at FCHS, replacing Mr. Finch. "I often think of my high school classmates and wonder what they are doing now. You live at Forreston, don't you? Maybe you could tell me, ' Ed finishes eagerly. k Jim. "and see whatls on? I heard Janice Brattrud and her 'tWhy don't you turn to WLS," as s older sister are singing on the National Barn Dance." "Oh, yes, Janice was one of those "sweater girls." Remember how they all used to wear sweaters alike? What ever happened to the other three?" "Ethel is chief editor for the Forreston Journal, and Delores is my receptionist. 1've been carry- ' ' ' on Your Hit Parade. ing on my grandfather's practice for the last three years. Marcella is singing It must be about time for hetjgprogram now. E- Th bo s turn to the statibn, and soon hear Marce a's C Y itst be Frank Sinatra. She always was a big Sinatra fan." ll voice Hoating out over the air. "That other guy singing m b ll a :tin " says Fd "Excuse me while I answer it." "Oh, there goes the door e g- , . . Suddenly a yelp is heard in the hall. "lf it isn't'Ierry Janssen! Come on in and join us!" "Hello, Jerry, what have you been doing with yourself?" . . , . ld "Oh, l'm selling vacuum cleaners, that's why I stopped by. I dirln't realize I d run into my o What's that?" . classmates. . ' ' ' everal of our old class O jim answers, "That's the television set Eddie just Finished. We have seen s mates on the screen already." "By the way," remarks jim, "you all know that ir ey , gaged to Pat when she wassa senior at FCI-IS." - "Oh, there goes the door bell again. Will you answer it, Jim?" "Why, it's Barbara Westermanl She used to be in our class, too." "What are you doing now, Barbara?" asks Jim. ---vv--v- --vv----v-vv--------v---ig--v--v---------,-----,-:-::-::.-:, Sh' l Swift is married don't you? She was en --------v----------v-v-v-,-v---------------------v-, .v.. vvv --..-Q--, F. C. H. S. ::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::: ::::::::::::::::::.' :.-:0:::.-4 CLASS PROPHEC Y fContinuedJ "I'm an artist designing dresses for the 'Three Sister's Dress Shop' right here in Chicago. I just moved to this apartment house. When I noticed Eddie's name downstairs on the directory, Ithought I'd come up to see him a few minutes." "Say, has anyone heard what Grant Groenewold has been doing?" asks Jerry. "I heard that Grant is succeeding his father in the wool business. He used to have quite a time with his Bookkeeping, didn't he?" remarks Eddie. "You may all be interested to know that Lois Kilker is now the private secretary to the superin- tendent at Forreston High, and Marlys Duitsman, her best friend, is operating her own beauty shop in Forreston since she graduated from Rockford Beauty Culture School," says Barb. "There goes the door-bell again," says Jim. "I thought it was about time for it to ring. I'1l answer it." "Hello, Jim." "Why, hello, Joyce. Come right in and join the rest of the crowd." "This is really a surprise, finding the old gang here. i I was visiting Nancy Nicholson here in Chicago, and she told me Eddie was living here, so I thought I'd stop a few minutes before I leave again." "What's Nancy doing now?" asks Jerry. "She and Doris Rugland both have secretary jobs at the Board of Trade, and they seem to like them very much." "Did you know that Paul Kaney has his own photographer studio in Forreston?" remarks Barb, Hand I heard Robert Walker and Dick Wubbena are both farmers. Dick is doing quite well with his cattle feeding business, too, I've heard." "I saw Larry Greenfield over my television set last night when I was working on it," says Eddie. "He is the master of ceremonies on the People Are Funny show. You should have seen him!" "Why, I guess we've covered almost all of our classmates except for those other four -girls that were such close friends around schoolj' says Jim. "You remember Doris Vietmeier, Doris Swalve, Alice Albert, and Barbara Beebefy "Ol1,,' says Barb, "I heard that Doris Mae and Doris Swalve are both music teachers. Swalve is giving private lessons in Forreston and Doris Mae is teaching music in the public school in Rock- ford." Barbara Beebe and Alice Albert are both in nurses' training at the American Hospital here in Chicago." ' ' "This about covers everyone but Joyce." says Jim. You haven't told us what you were doing." t'Since Miss Berg's marriage, I have been teaching English right back in good old FCI-IS.', "It certainly has been lots of fun talking to all the old fortyniners I" remarks Eddie. ' Everyone agreed. V H - -:::::: :::::o-ooo -::::::::::::::::::::'::::::::: A A::: -:::::::::::::p QQ., 1949 30 ' M3255 Q f f 'f,,, X . I ----1 ,ggi Q E A - 1 5 5 F.o.H.s. JUNIOR INTERVIEWS. Joyce f'Ike"' Aeiken-"A gentle breeze that blew amongst usf' Elta Mae "Ash" AscheL"There's daggers in men's smiles." Delbert "Del" Bear-"He thinks before he speaks." Robert f'Pee Wee" Beebe-"Ain't that right, Martha?" Norene "Twig" Branchef"Ful1 of pep and always ready to laugh out loud." Joyce "Brock" Brockmeier-"It's nice to be natural, when you're naturally nice." Patricia "Pat" Brockmeier-"She profits most who serves best." Marilyn "Marnie" Davis-'tLate to bed, late to rise, makes a student-or otherwise." Philip "Phil" Frederick-"Common sense is the best sense I know of." Mary Anne "Frey" Freyw"Trouble never troubles me." Robert "Bob" Glover-"lt tain't no use to worry." Gordon "G-ordie" Grande-"'Twas more natural for him to be with maidens than with men." Robert t'Bob" Kampen-"Why hurry today, there's always tomorrow." George "George" Martens-"The wheel that squeaks the loudest is the one that gets the grease Roger f'Rog" Meinersv"The world knows nothing of its greatest men." Janice "Janie" MillerA"Kicks aside an idle stone and plods on." Dean "Dean" Mitchell-"I would if I could, if I couldn't, how could I?" Helen "Helen" Prasse-"Can we ever have too much of a good thing?" Marguerite 'tRed" Raymond-"There's a little bit of bad in every good little girl." Robert "Ruthe" Ruthe-"A good heart is better than all the heads in the world." Homer "Smitty" Smith-"The only way to have a friend is to be one." David "Dave" Snapp-"Silence is golden, but sometimes I speak." Donna "Donna" Stamm-"Little I ask, my wants are few." Iris "Stuke" Stukenberg-"Without music life would be a mistake." Carol "Carol" Swalvef"Friend to everybody and everybody's friend." Helena "Helena" Tinklenberg-"This maiden with no thought than to love and be loved." LaVonne "Zim' Zimmerman-"Manner, not gold, is woman's best adornm ent." 1.94.9 ::::::::::::: :::::::::::::::::::o:::::::::: - :: -:::::::::::::::: 33 -::- :::::::::: :::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::- ::::- :::::::::::e::: F. C. H. S. JUNIOR CLASS. Top row-left to right: Delbert Bear, Robert Kampen, Robert Ruthe, Roger Meiners, George Martens, David Snapp, Dean Mitchell, Philip Frederick, Robert Glover, Robert Beebe. Second row: Helen Prasse, Marilyn Davis, Elta Mae Asche, Joyce Aeiken, Tris Stukenberg, La- Vonne Zimmerman, Norene Branche, Carol Swalve, Mary Anne Frey. Third rowzi Marguerite Raymond, Joyce Brockmeier, Janice Miller, Homer Smith, Gordon Grande, Helena Tinklenberg, Patricia Brockmeier, Donna Stamm, Mr. Sprague, iadvisorj. SOPHOMORE CLASS. Top row--left to right: Robert Bnfiington, Harlon Diehl, Lloyd Zimmerman, Paul Glover, Wayne Peterson, Kenneth Koning, Walter Groen, Art Buskohl, Jay Nevenhoven, Carl Siefken, Second row: Naomi Drake, Doris DeWall, Marian Kampen, Lorraine Wubbena, Donald Terry. Gene Miller, Norma Koning, Donna Snapp, Lola Mae Duitsman, Betty Vietmeier. Third row: Dolores Carter, Joan Korf, Ruth Ruter, Leona Albert, Richard Meyers, Lester Brooks, Mr. Aeiken, Cadvisorj. FRESHMEN CLASS. Top row-left to right: Robert Ritter, Richard Weegens, Norman Ludwig, Leonard Wubbena. Leland Genardt, James Wubbena, Lloyd Ruthe, Ronald Zumdahl, Robert Conkey, Billy Stees. Second row: Mary Ann Glover, Lois Swalve, Lorna Kilker, Rose Scudder, Darlene Schmidt, Doris Long, Marian Greenheld, Alma Ruter, Kathryn Tinklenberg, Marlene Ludwig, Marilyn Folkerts. Third row: Mr. Van Ness, Qadvisorj, Jo Ann Brooks, Kathleen Schroeder, Donna Greenheld, Clarence Sneek. Virgil Swalve, Verla Bastian, Cynthia Akins, Glenda Stamm, Darlene Heilman. 1.949 34 1 1 s ,n V 'A' YH-w. L. ' 5 1 1 ' - ' 1 1 J M ,V-ary. ' 5 , 1 1 1 . f . ,QM H. f U. u- 4 'dezege-4' W. pg o -l - , ' ' In ,c. -. r o ' ' V f 1 A' n if I Nl . , n , I n n . ' ' H' Q A , 4, V t N - te, I 1 1 U K, . , K- . v - .. .w , " . - - r 1 1 ' o o - 4 1 V - 'ff'-fwe gm A ,. m, 4-Q ' k' ' I A. . . ,,e,,'w.f ' g-g,gwqgLf. .' . ff ' .- : r 7'M, " ' J , , f 2 Ng ' M ' v ' x, , M. c'g":ljf,J'!4Q5' 5"3'g:. gif- A-ff-. X , 1 - , - , . 1, . Q 13 , W' Q , M95-jf,3 .fb Lwgnw. l ,, , . ' N, ' 55" fi' 9 Q' . fe " ' ' . L qu .N ,z.v,,?,t.r. . v, gg M. :5V,1t g I A J A ,v . v,, - p f I . .,, -'. Lx . u N, - ,Y - , 1 Q fr , A 1 STK-I25fm.'64:,rr2'f'-4'-. A ' "T ' .-ff? Ui- Q ' .'aLQQ6fgn- . nigh-1 Agn., E, K 'i315"" V , . . , .,- ,715-inf' ' 'I-'+aw f" WA V-V5 ' '- 1-, - . f H. 5- -N , ' ' .-wif: ,111 faq' fa-?'f1f 'Yf-if ' ' Lfztf-:I fHff'W',' Q. 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' v . .' x A 54 , 215,,hjvf-y5g,:if,,,m-, .h,3vq:?g'ik,p,M3.:kJfri' , . n, . W ,F . 1 . w ' 14.-J. ' . Q ' F. C. H. S. . A ,... ------ ....... -A-,,0o::vveo:::orrov --A---------,-A--,----------,,,,, - - ------vvv SOPHOMORE INTER VIEW. Leona "Sis" Albert-"Oh, for a good time!" Lester "Les" Brooks-"Men of few words are the best men." Robert "Buff" Budington-"Imitate me. you cannotf' Arthur "Art" Buskohl-"I'd rather be, than seem to be." Dolores "Shorty" Carterf"Harlem's loss, Forreston's gain." Doris "Dorie" DeWall-"She's modest, quiet, unobtrusive, never gushing or illusive." Harlon "Harley" Diehl-"Skil1ful in every deed of mischief." Naomi "Omie" Drakeeulvly imagination will take me where my feet will not." Lola Mae "Duitsy" Dnitsman-"You'd know her by the merriment that sparkles in her eye." Paul "irish" Glover-"At times so very grave and sober and then again a most mischievous elf. Walter "Walt" Groen-"Bashfulness is an ornament to youth." Marian "Willie" Kampen-A maiden lighthearted and contevtf' Kenneth "Ken" Koningv"I love workg it fascinates me. I can sit and stare at it for hours." Norma "Norm" Koning-"Quiet, but not idlef' joan "Jo" Korf-"Merry as the day is long." Richard "Dicki' Meyers-"And when a lady's in the case, you know all other things give place. Gene 'tPesky'l Miller-"Burns a candle at both ends-lets it sizzle in the middle." jay "Red" Nevenhoven--"He's all aglow -look at his hair." Betty "Nick" Nicodemus+"Some say she's quite, but others know her better." Wayne "Pete" Peterson-"My favorite indoor sport is rest." Mildred "Millie" Pierce-"She has a quiet look, but looks are deceiving." Ruth "Ruthie" Ruter---"With many a flirt and Hutterf' Carl "Sief" Siefken-"I know no reading more interesting than a catalogue." Donna "Giggles" Snapp-"Laughing at this, and laughing at thatg yet nobody knows what laughing at." Donald "Don" Terry+"What's all the hustle and hurry, be like me and never worry." Betty "Betty Joi' Vietmeier-"An energetic machine full of pep and energy." Lorraine "Wuhbyl' Wubbena-"It's quality rather than quantity that matters." Lloyd "Zim" Zimmerman-"I hate to waste paper and pencil to get my lessons. 0,,,,QfQ'0o0Q.4Q'0'4'4,0,44'44,4,-A-A-- --- --A------ -----A- she's o0QQ0Q000,0,,Q,,,,Q',44"::Q0::::4:::::::::::::::::::::::::: -A-- 37 F. C. H. S. FRESHMEN INTERVIEWS. Cynthia "Cindy" Akins-'fLittle, but oh, so mightyll' Verla "Verl" BastainY"Agreeable and happy." Io Ann "Ion Brooks-"I'm a small package, handle with care." Robert "Bob" Conkeyv"Why worry, the hrst hundred years are the hardest." Marilyn "Mari" FolkertsA"She appears very quite, BUT-." Leland t'Lee" Genandt4"Tal1, dark, andfOh well, one can't have everything." Mary Ann 'fMary" Glover-"She speaks, behaves, and acts just as she ought." Donna "Don" GreenheldA"It's nice to be natural when you're naturally nice." Marian "Slugger,' Greenfield-"Life without teasing is a dreary life." V Darlene "Redl' Heilman-"All good things come in small quantities." Lorna "Lorrie'l Kilker-"I bother no one, and no one bothers me." Doris "Dorie" Long-"Silence is golden, that's why I'm always so quiet." Marlene 'fMar" Ludwig-"Is Leap Year over so soon?l' Norman "Norm" Liidwig-"Why let the devil have all the good times?" Robert 'fBob" Ritter-"Beware, I may yet do something sensationalf' Alma "Al" Ruter-"Sincere, hospitable, and kind." . Lloyd "Rudy" RutheY"In basketball he really knows his stuff." Darlene K'Dar" Schmidt-'iBack of her silence is true sincerityf' Kathleen "Katie" Schroeder-Uls she talking yet or again?" Rose "Rosie" Scudder4'fSilence is golden, but I sometimes speak." Clarence "Shorty" Sneek4"President of the Freshman Classf' Glenda "Glenda" Stammf"She never troubles trouble, until trouble troubles her." Billy "Bill" Stees-"If the good die young, it's a wonder I have survived this longf' Lois t'Loie" Swalve-"A true friend and always loyal to her class." Virgil "Virg" Swalve-"Teasel Tease! Tease!" Kathryn "Katie" Tinklenberg-"She is always in for fun and a friend to everyone." Richard "Dick" Weegens-"I often tell myself there is more in me than n1ost people think james "jim" WubbenaA"The turtle got there, so will I." Leonard "Len" Wubbena4"Nobody would ever suppose it, but I'm naturally bashfulf' Ronald "Ronnie" Zumdahl'-"One who loves to pester and to tease." 1949 38 1- 'N ' 3 nf':I... O w a 5 C fl x f f Qc-'-an 11,-1-1-' K - 1 x ,S 1. :P F. C. H. S. PEP SONGS. CHEER CHEIER FOR FORRESTO Cheer, cheer for Forreston High! Cheer for the red, and cheer for the white. May the odds be great or small, We'll be the victors over all. Cheer, cheer for Forreston High! Raise your mighty cheers on high. We'll stand by our Alma Mater.- On, boys, to VICTORY! COME ON, FORRESTON Come on, Forreston. Come on, Forreston. Dribble down that Floor. Make a basket, oh so many, Picking up that score. U-Rah -Rah! Come on, Forreston. Come on, Forreston. Fight on for your fame. Fight, fellows. FIGHT! FIGHT! FIGHT! And win this game! N HIGH 1949 41 ::::::::::::::::: ':::- ::::::::::::::::::: -:::::::::::::.rc::.::, :-:::: F.C.H.S. ::::::::::::::::::: - -:::::::::::::o:::::::.-:v :::::::::v ::::::::::::o SOFTBALL. Top row-left to right: Gunther Frank, QMgr.j, Clarence Sneek, Bob Beebe, Bob Ritter, Norman Ludwig, Billy Stees, Mr. Brinkmeier. Second row: Bob Conkey, Lloyd Ruthe, Ronnie Zumbahl, Leland Genandt, Leonard Wubbena, Jim Wubbena, Virgil Swalve. Third row: Gordon Grande, Bob Ruthe, Dave Snapp, Larry Greenfield, Dick Wubbena, Lewis De Graff, Roger Meiners, Homer Smith, Paul Glover, Delbert Bear. BASKETBALL Top row-left to right: Clarence Sneek, Virgil Swalve, Norman Ludwig, Bob Ritter. Second row: Mr. Brinkmeier, Billy Stees, Gordon Grande, Ronnie Zumdahl, Roger Meiners, Leland Genandt, Jim Wubbena, Leonard Wubbena, Jay Nevenhoven, Bob Beebe, Bob Conkey, Gunther Frank, fMgr.J.' Third row: Paul Glover, Homer Smith, Kenneth Koning, Edward Lane, Brum DeGraff, Larry Greenfield, Dave Snapp, Bob Ruthe, Lloyd Ruthe, Delbert Bear. TRACK. V Top row-left to right: Roger Meiners, Jim Wubbena, Dave Snapp, Homer Smith, Leland Genandt, Paul Glover, Philip Frederick, Robert Ruthe, Bob Glover, Clarence Sneek. Second row: Gunther Frank, QMgr.j. Leonard Wubbena, Lloyd Ruthe, Norman Ludwig, Delbert Bear, Gordon Grande, Ronnie Znmdahl, Bob Ritter, Bob Beebe, Bob Conkey, Billy Stees, Virgil Swalve, Mr. Brinkmeier. - -::::::9::::::::t::J-.t:::J-JK: ::9-I-4'e:!::::.+:::.-.7-0.0-t.-:: ::J.4-:::: 1949 42 3 Ill: ff, 5 C Jr Q4 5 U , 2 1 - ng' . s . 1 JW-41fQ1f11if.3ff:' 1:-'xv f , ',f,Pi,l2i'fllTL5. .gn 2 '5'."f33Vf 'Egfr 3 ' . , , E' - . , , , , , l ' W 5 'K J 1 J . aww ,iw-.f j,f:g: ,Ju y , M 'ci . ,- K f " 'wp .-7 ,QM-nib ' -. 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On inquiring' around town and school, we found three possible answers Some think that it originated with a dance orchestra in 1940 that used the cardinal as an emblem painted on their music stands. Others say that john Deuth suggested it, and still others think that since the cardinal is the state bird, perhaps, that was the reason it was chosen. But we won't lose any sleep over it, for no matter where it originated, we are proud of our Card nal emblem. Everlasting Teamwork in Basketball When a player gets to thinking He's too good to have to traing Fails to heed the rules of conduct All athletes are bid to maintaing When he saunters out to practice Only when he feels just right, And the ire of coach and teammate Makes him beam with keen delight When he shirks in all his studies, Thinks they have to let him passg Brags about his bluffing ' And his exploits while in classy When the indoors court's regarded As a place to strut and stroll And he bids the others feed him Better he should play the showers Even though it cause defeat. More's at stake than winning Other tests the team must meet, Pamper not the individual Nor the ball-team as a wholeg Aim at everlasting teamwork Of every bloomin' soul. 194.9 :::Jq:::::::::::::::, ::::::::::::::::::::::::::: -: - - -:: -: - 45 I ---A -----A -- --AAA '----- - -iA+---- --------A -- F. 'C. H. S. CHEERLEADERS. Left to right: Joyce Mertz, Donna Greenfield, Mary Anne Frey, Janice Miller. VA RSITY. 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' . ,. , I ,, , 1 1 ,, ,n:.qJ:Q:,1-' It ,,f4,4,A::1'-wq ..I4- :',v'.,g?,f'.I1:I'y ' If -' 31-Ir,,'IAi.I'v4g.I . - ,mga 1 ww, 5,32 IV..g.,f. ,,:,,,y An. ma., ,Q ,V W. 1 ,I 15.,,,s:,IIv- 'nf ' f Q . ' ' FI I'3'II---.fmrHI,IIM-,,,,, 35 I ,-'5fgg15?i1fa'wfk. " Q. .X " ' ' I. l -SL ..:3 :I I. , , A Ig. 5iiQ,4f525f, - 35,5 -95-I,,ig,:7,I'gg,sff7ygII'y ,IQ QI . a.,If..- I4 -. , . ,II,pI.,g,g.II.f5I7f.2II"-, - I ,fl ,, - .- I ' ,, , Im. ,Jw II-min, 5.4e,5M,g.1.g'wg-1y1i1q15,,:.,,I 33, A ,, Y, ,, 1 .1,. :W APE, , ,V .N ., F. C. H. S. SOFTBALL. Although the Cardinals had a record of 2 wins and 7 losses, they showed some good prospects for next year. In the Invitational Tournament, Pearl Vity went on to win the championship after defeating Forreston in the first game. The Cardinals had good batting power and played well defensively. Dick Wubhena pitched a no-hit game against Pecatonica although they scored six runs against us, due to walks and errors. The team was composed of three seniors, Dick Wubbena, Larry Greenfield, and Lewis DeGraffg five juniors, Bob Ruthe, Delbert Bear, Gordon Grande, Homer Smith. and Dave Snappg one sopho- more, Paul Gloverg and two freshmen, Jim Wubbena and Leland Genandt. Dick Wubbena, pitcher: His blazing fastball had many batters striking out. He also led the team in batting, and many of his smashes went for homers. Larry Greenfield, catcher: Larry did a very capable job of catching, and was one of the best bunters on the team. i Lewis DeGraff, right field: Brum's speed in the outfield robbed many batters of hits. His strong arm also cnt down runners attempting to make an extra base. jim Wubbena, first base: This freshman boy showed promise of becoming a real slugger. When he did not start a game often he saw action as a pinch-hitter. Bob Ruthe, second base: As the season progressed, Bob proved to be a very competent lead-oft batter. His sharp eye at the plate earned him many a base on balls. Delbert Bear, shortstop: This Junior boy playing his tirst year at short-stop proved that he could handle ground balls as well as long Hy balls. He was also one of the leading hitters. Gordon Grande, third baseman: Gordon's strong arm cut down many batters attempting to beat out infield blows. He was also outstanding for his pep and chatter in the inheld. Homer Smith, centerfield: When not playing centerfield he was used as a pitcher where he showed promise of becoming a winner. He, too, was one of the best hitters on the team. Paul Glover, left field: His speed and strong arm made him an outstanding fielder. I-le was also a long ball hitter. Leland Genandt, pinch hitter: Lee's powerful hitting made him a reliable pinch-hitter. Dave Snapp, pinch-hitter: This big junior boy was used as a pinch hitter and a utility outfielder. ::::::::::::::- :::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::: -::::::::: ,,-:: - A::, 1949 47 F. C. H. S. SOFTBALL INDIVIDUAL RECORD KTHIRTEEN HIGHESTQ Name Games Hits Runs At Bat Batting Average Dick Wubbena 8 9 8 24 .375 Dave Snapp 7 4 12 .333 Bob Ruthe 10 5 16 .312 Delbert Bear 10 A 9 29 .310 Homer Smith 10 10 34 .294 Larry Greenfield 10 8 29 .274 Brum DeGraFf 9 6 23 .260 Leland Genandt 5 5 20 .950 Jim Wubbena 6 2 18 .212 Gordon Grande 10 5 24 .208 Paul Glover . 8 2 18 .111 SOFTBALL GAMES Forreston Opponent Sept. Pecatoruica, Here W' 'TT' Sept Monroe Center, There 4 9 Sept. Winnebago, There 15 8 Sept. Stillman Valley, There 1 8 "Sept Shannon, Here 0 24 Sept. Byron, There 5 16 Sept. Ashton, Here 1 14 Oct. Leaf River, Here 5 8 "Oct Shannon, There 4 19 'YNON CONFERENCE GAME FORRESTON INVITA TIONAL TOURNAMENT Oct. 6 tafternoonj Milledgeville 5 Leaf River Pearl City 14 Forreston feveningj Ashton ll Dakota Stillman Valley 7 Shannon Oct. 13 Cafternoonl Milledgeville 4 Pearl City Ashton 4 Stillman Valley teveningj Milledgeville 8 Ashton Stillman Valley 2 Pearl City , CChamp1onl 0-.,,'.,0.,,, 1949 48 F.C.H.S -::: ::::::::::::::::::::::::.-::evo ::: ::::::::::::::oo-:::::::o.-:::: :: BASKETBALL. Although the Forreston Cardinals did not have a successful season in victories, they showed their fighting spirit in every game. Mr. Brinkmeier did a fine job of coaching, and has started a long-range program for future teams. Edward Lane, "Eddie" to most, back from last year's starting "five" played a steady fioor game. He started regularly at forward where he was third in scoring. Lewis DeGraff, "Brum', also a member of last year's starting "five" led the team in scoring. In addition to his scoring, Brum played a good defensive game often guarding the opponents highest scorer. Lawrence Greenfield, "Larry" for short, playing his first year of varsity ball, played forward oppo- site Eddie. His sharp 'fbasket eyey' earned him the free throw honors, having the highest percentage. Dave Snapp, being the only starter who topped six feet, Dave proved invaluable in rebounding, This junior boy could be counted on to fight to the finish. - - Delbert Bear, known for his team play, this junior boy was very popular with his teammates and fans alike. Bob Ruthe, another junior who served both as a starter and front line substitute. He shows pro- mise of developing a very good long shot. Homer Smith, playing both on the varsity and the reserves, Smitty placed second on both teams in scoring honors. A six-footer, he proved very valuable at rebounding. Ken Koning, "Big Ken" playing his first full year of basketball showed promise of becoming a very good ball player for next year. The tallest man on the squad, his rebounding was also very valuable. Paul Glover, this six-footer showed great promise for the coming year. Lloyd Ruthe, this freshman boy led thevrescrve team in scoring. He saw action in many varsity games where his ability to go around a "pressing defense" promises great things for "Rudy" in future years. The third annual Forreston Holiday Tournament which was held December 27 through December 30 proved very successful. lt started out with the Cardinals playing Shannon in the first game on Monday night. The boys fought hard, but they were outclassed and Shannon won. Stillman Valley defeated Dakota for the second game on Monday night. Tuesday night found Chadwick beating Pearl City and Leaf River beating Winnebago, that completing the first round of the tournament. Shannon was able to play in the finals by defeating Stillman Valley. Leaf River was also able to play in the finals by defeating Chadwick. Stillman Valley was victorious over Chadwick, thereby entitling them to the third place trophy. Shannon won the championship by defeating Leaf River in a hard fought battle with a margin of two points. The final game was the best game of the tournament and claimed by many fans as being the best game ever played in the FCHS gym. Play was of high calibre, and sportsmanship of both fans and players was at its best. A:::::::::::::::o'::::44::: A - -::44 :.-:::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::: 1.94.9 A::::::: - --:::::: -:::::::: -::::::o :::::::::::::: ::::::::::::::: :::: 51 F. C. H. S. BASKETBALL. SCORE Opponent Date Where Played Forreston Opponent Shannon Nov. 9 Forreston 27 Stillman Valley Nov. 19 Stillman Valley 23 Winnebago Nov. 23 Winnebago 24 Pecatonica Dec. 3 Forreston 31 Mt. Morris Dec. 4 Mt. Morris 25 Byron Dec. 7' Forreston 3-4 Leaf River Dec. 10 Leaf River 27 Ashton Dec. 14 Ashton 16 Shannon Dec. 27 Forreston 34 Polo Jan. 4 P010 33 Monroe Center Jan. 8 F0ffeSt0l'1 31 Stillman Valley jan. 11 FOf1'GSt0rl 22 Winnebago Jan. 14 F01'I'CSt0n 33 Winnebago jan. 18 Stillman Valley 39 Pecatonica Jan. 28 PCC21fOrliCa 27 Byron Feb. 1 BYYOU 27 Leaf River Feb. 4 FOYTCSYOI1 37 Ashton Feb. 11 FOFFCSYOU 23 Shannon Feb. 12 Shannon 30 Polo Feb. 15 Forreston 35 Monroe Center Feb. 18 Monroe Center 32 Mt. Morris Feb. 26 Forreston 32 Ashton Mar. 2 Rochelle 26 Games Field Free Throws ' Personal Total Player Played Goals Made Missed Fouls Points L. DeGraff 23 58 76 E. Lane 23 43 60 L. Greenfleld 23 19' 69 H. Smith 23 59 72 B. Ruthe 20 14 41 D. Bear 14 5 lll D. Snapp 23 23 85 L. Ruthe 14 8 17 K. Koning 15 11 46 P. Glover 14 4 14 L. Genandt 3 l 3 FORRESTON HOLIDAY TOURNAMENT. Monday, Dec Shannon Forreston Stillman Valley Dakota Tuesday, Dec Leaf River Winnebago Chadwick Pearl City Wednesday, Dec V Shannon Stillman Valley Leaf River Chadwick Thursday, Dec. 30 Chadwick Stillman Valley Leaf River Shannon lChampionj 1949 F.C.H.S TRACK. After placing fifth in the 1948 Route 72 Conference Track and Field Meet the thinclads are hoping to regain the conference title this year. They are planning to send some of the boys to compete in the Fulton Relays and the Rockford District. This year's squad will be made up of the following boys: Dick Wubbena, Roger Meiners, Jim Wubbena, Dave Snapp, Homer Smith, Lee Genandt, Paul Glover, Phil Fredericks, Bob Ruthe, Bob Glover, Clarence Sneek, Leonard Wubbena, Ronald Zumdahl, Lloyd Ruthe, Norman Ludwig, Delbert Bear, Gordon Grande, Bob Ritter, Bob Beebe, Bob Conkey, Bill Stees, and Virgil Swalve. The total points of the RT. 72 Conference Meet of 1948 were: Byron 63 Stillman Valley 57 3-4 Pecatonica 42 1-2 Monroe Center 37 1-2 Forreston 30 1-4 Ashton 27 Winnebago 18 1-2 Leaf River , 8 1-2 LaVerne Abels ran a 4i50 mile, the fastest in FCI-TS records to push Shewmon of Stillman Valley to a new record. A Vernie Lewis represented Forreston at the Illinois State Track Meet in the 880. Although his time was 2:09, and he was beaten by two other half milers, in his heat Vernie's time was tenth best in a field of 42 runners. At the District Meet in Rockford, Dick Wubbena took fourth in discus and sixth in the shot. Dick was also high point man for Forreston at the Fulton Relays by placing third in the shot and discus, and tying for fourth in the high jump. We also tied for fifth in the two mile relay. Results from other track meets in 1948 were: April 15 Monroe Center first Forreston second Winnebago third April 27 A Lanark 84 Stillman Valley 64 2-3 Forreston 42 1-3 April 23 Fulton Relays Forreston 10 1-2 April 20 Mt. Morris 56 Forreston 37 1-2 Monroe Center 23 1-2 - - - -::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::: :::::::::: 1 9 4 9 vvv--------v-v-- ----vv ---g3--v-- --:::::::::::::.:: :::::::: F. C. H. S. -,,--A------------- ROUTE 72 CONFERENCE TRACK AND FIELD RECORDS Event Sv. Record Holder Record 61. Year Pole Vault 11' 4 1-2" Crawford-Pecatonica 1948 Shot Put QVarsityj 46' 3-8" Ashelford-Byron 1948 120 yard High Hurdles :IT Hedtke-Stillman Valley 1945 100 yard Dash fFresh-Sophj 110.7 Wills-Stillman Valley v 1944 1 mile Run 4247.5 Shewmon-Stillman Valley l948 100 yard Dash QVarsityJ :10.4 Wills-Stillman Valley o High Jump QFresh-Sophj 5, 4 3-4 Lolling-Leaf River 1943 High jump fVarsityJ 5' 64' Ives, Heckman-Franklin Grove 1939 Crawford-Pecatonica 1948 Swanson-Stillman Valley 1948 Lantz-Monroe Center 1948 Discus 129- Earlenbaugh-Forreston 1942 440 yard Dash 154.7 Cassell-Byron I 1947 200 yard Low Hurdles 124.5 Wills-Stillman Valley 1946 880 yard Run 2 :081 Lewis-Forreston 1947 Broad Jump 20' 6" Wills-Stillman Valley 1945 880 Medley Relay QFresh-Sophj 1149.5 Ashton I, 19.18 220 yard Dash :243 1,2 Wills-Stillman Valley 440 yard Relay 47-5 Forreston 1940 880 yard Relay 1542-2 Byron 1948 Shot QFresh-Sophj 43' 111, Harris-Pecatonica . 1948 110 yard Low Hurdles 13-9 Whitsell-Ashton 1948 1.949 54 QW HQ f 45 li U I I ux.-:Z-L:-L . Q5 U F" U 5,4 'J Q: ,. is 4 13" W1 an F. C. H. S. ::::::::::. :::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::o::::::::::::: BAND. This year there were fifty-seven members in band with many more coming in. Those seniors who will not be back with us are: Joyce Mertz, Gunther Frank, Larry Greenfield, Dick Wubbena. Janice Brattrud, Jerry Janssen, Marcella Zumdahl, Delores Drake, Barbara Beebe, Lewis DeGraff, Jim Akins, Ethel Drake, and Shirley Swift. Some of the places where the band has played during the year include Trask Bridge, Sauerkrant Day, Shannon Labor Day, and Teachers Institute at Oregon. Some of the highlights of the year include going to see a football game between Northwestern and Syracuse at Evanston, and also going to the Skating Follies at Rockford. A combined concert with the Mt. Morris and Oregon bands was also held in each of the three schools. The officers for the year were: President .........,, Secretary ...... Sr. Treasurer --- Jr. Treasurer--. -- An itemization of the band uniform cost is as follows: -- --Joyce Mertz Lawrence Greenfield Marcella Znmdahl Norene Branches Coat ........................ .......... ...... . 5 28.00 Trousers .... ...... l 2.35 Cap and emblem .,.. 4.00 Sam Brown belt ....,... 3.50 Citation cord .......... .1 . . I.00 Cardinal sleeve emblem ..,, an .92 Total per uniform ,..,.. . 3540.77 Total for 60 uniforms .... .- 32986.20 lixpress charges ....... . 13.84 553000.04 RECEIPTS. Band uniform fund saved by band from concerts and fees -.- -. S59-11.65 Band Mothers in P. T. A. ........ --. -- 172.29 Girl Scoutfund. .,........ U 121.28 High School board ..... H 600,00 Grade School board -..-. Y Y 400.00 Magazine sales ........ W 419.51 Mothers' Club ........ ....,.,,,,, 5 35400 P. T. A. collection ........,......,, H 07,80 Edward H. Zumdahl contributon ..., ----, I 55 00 Total receipts ,.,. ---M A.,,-,,--,, -H 33002.53 We received the uniforms in March, 1948. 1949 av-:- ::::g::::::::::::::::::: - ----- A A ---AA A A A -A--. A... - A - 57 ---00-- A A A:::: A A A A A A:::::::::::::::::::::::: A A A A A A A.A::::: :- :::::a-N F.C.H.S BAND Back rowAleft to right: Paula Beebe, Gloria Anderson, Bobby McGuire, Patricia Kaney, Colleen DeWall, fstanding: Shirley Swift, Iris Stukenberg, Helena Tinklenberg, Leland Genandt,J Jim Akins, Ethel Drake, Kathleen Schroeder, Bob Mertz, Gary Markman, Dave DeGraff, Jerry Janssen, Dick Meyers, Cstanding: Betty Vietmeier, Mrs. Amsrudj Jack Capps, Mary Ann Glover, Helen Prasse, Larry Greeniield, Gunther Frank, Joyce Mertz. . Second row: Janice Miller, Jim Wubbena, Marian Greenfield, Marlene Ludwig, Donna Snapp, Gordon Grande, Lewis DeGratT, Cynthia Akins, Delores McDonald. Patricia Brockmeier, Alma Ruter, Diane Blanchard, Marilyn Davis, Leonard Wubbena, Lorraine Wubbena. Delores Schoonhov- en, Marcella Zumdahl, Delores Drake, Donna Greenfield. Third row: Darlene Heilman, Mary Anne Frey, Jim Lewis, Front row: Bob Beebe, Roger Meiners, Joyce Aeiken, Naomi Drake, Ruth Ruter, Joanne Heilman, Marilyn Folkerts, Barbara Beebe. Not on picture: Vernie Ruthe. 0-bot: :::::::::: :::::::Jr.A.t::::::::.::::Jn0-:::::,-::::+o004-:::::l'o : :::: :::. 1949 58 , vlx, 5 52 :21 , , .I 37-?"mr1'-,?,ffs'2 "- L: 5"s xv Qf 'a' -'r Xu 1,1 xv- " R- Mfrv , 59 - fam' 'f wuif' 11G.'ju'.Qn,w . , 2, an ' 'Hifi-zgii' W 424 J, 2 gg, ' ' f' Y' -337,554 as g Y- L 'Al if gm? fs m?f'.f.,. r., Eff 4' 55:1-:Q .f ".- :QQFEMA 3 " WYIJ r A ,fm v2.,f4 ?'p-31.21 ll 5 'iiifwg-f Iv! 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Together with the band we made quite a large amount at the carnival taking the Bingo stand. We also sold welcome and utility mats Everyone worked very hard in order that we might get out of debt. Our Christmas program, under the leadership of Mrs. Beth Amsurd, was quite a success and we were all proud of our accomplishment. We hope to have an even better one next year. This years oFHcers were: President --- Secretary .... President --- Secretary -- - Girls' Chorus Boys' Chorus - - - - Doris Swalve -- - -Beverley Lee -Dick Wubbena Grant Groenewold A A A A A A A A A A A A:: - :::::.A:::::v ::::::::::::::::::::::::: 1949 ::::::, :::::::::::::::: A A A A A A A A A 61 F. C. H. S. - ...... --- ..,. - ....... ......... ........ - ...,,... ..v,.. - v v ------4 GIRLS' CHORUS. Top row+left to right: Mary Anne Frey, Marian Kampen, Donna Greenfield, Iris Stukenberg, Helena'l'inklenberg, Ethel Drake, Lorraine Wubbena, Barbara Beebe, Delores Drake, Doris Vietmeier, Marian Greenfield, Carol Swalve, Elta Mae Asche, Marilyn Davis. Second row: Shirley Swift, Marlys Duitsman, Marcella Zumdahl, Janice Brattrud, Norene Branche, LaVonne Zimmerman, Norma Koning, Doris Long, Joyce Aeiken, Ruth Ruter, Joyce Mertz, Doris DeWall, Lois Kilker, Doris Swalve, Third row: Lois Swalve, Carol Swalve, Alice Albert, Lola Mae Duitsman, Darlene Schmidt, Helen Prasse, Kathryn Tinklenberg, Donna Snapp, Patricia Brockmeier, Rose Scudder, Naomi Drake, Janice Miller, Marlene Ludwig. Fourth row: Darlene Heilman, Joyce llrockmeier, Cynthia Akins, Donna Stamm, Kathleen Schroed- er, Leona Albert, Mary Ann Glover, Marilyn Folkerts, Betty Vietmeier, Jo Ann Brooks, Joan Korf, Glenda Stamm, Dolores Carter, Mrs. Amsrnd. BOYS, CHOR US. Top row: left to right: Jim Wubbena, Jerry Janssen, Roger Meiners, Dick Wubbena, George Martens, Dave Snapp, Homer Smith, Gunther Frank, Leland Genandt. Second row: Jim Akins, Ed Lane, Lewis DeGrafT, Paul Glover, Grant Groenewold, Bob Ruthe, Larry Greenfield, Dick Meyers, Harlon Diehl. Third row: Gordon Grande, Carl Siefken, Lloyd Ruthe, Lloyd Zimmerman, Philip Frederick Leon- ard Wubbena, Norman Ludwig, Ronald Zumdahl, Bob Ritter. Fourth row: Doris Swalve, Virgil Swalve, Bob Conkey, Don Terry, Delbert Bear, Gene Miller, Bob Beebe, Bob Bufifington, Clarence Sneek, Mrs. Amsrud. CHOIR. Top row--left to right: Helena Tinklenberg, Barbara Beebe, Jerry Janssen, Roger Meiners, Dick Wubbena, George Martens, Dave Snapp, Homer Smith, Gunther Frank, Doris Vietmeier, LaVonne Zimmerman. Second row: Iris Stukenberg, Carol Swalve, Joyce Aeiken, Jim Akins, Ed Lane, Lewis DeGrafT, Larry Greenfield, Dick Meyers, Harlon Diehl, Delores Drake, Elta Mae Asche, Donna Greenfield. Third row: Marlys Duitsman, Janice Brattrud, Helen Prasse, Don Terry, Gordon Grande, Bob Ritter, Norene Branche, Kathryn Tinklenberg, Alice Albert. Fourth row: Joyce Brockmeier, Betty Vietmeier, Doris Swalve, Marcella Zumdahl, Virgil Swalve, Mrs. Amsrud, Bob Beebe, Joyce Mertz, Janice Miller, Cynthia Akins. Darlene Heilman. . 1949 62 K xx, , , .41 .n w M 'L v ww ff f . L,-W 4-1 X . fm Y Y . , ,,, W, .14 - f - ' - , . 1 1 , M u v w 5 1 f - e U 9 T - ' K 2 A "-wiv' wwf, x , ri ifgff wasfegqgin -N ?1:Ew fvff:1gfrw 41 2332? ww new Q , g ,fs uffyffs' ' ' ' Q' 3-f 1,':,',,ar gg ,vp . 24 iw , - iw: ,kqg . , . , wk' ' , , - -Q1-'La-1 A :X-gg, 5 -,yn .4 1 gigfgw Q-!fV5,M V . fftfiw , ' A li '31 W, .:a5?i?,' , ' ' ,f,.J , ' '34z'59f-zlaffh' 'S , ,mf aegyfr' 3 ,,w,, ,gf , wfiaw Y X 4 41 4' wa- ,Ja A iff, .J 5- f.g1if'3 1 1 33553, wtf? -' , gnfgsg. Q.-533, ' 'IW' f if ,-','f2:,Qg, , r 1 Lf -.,-' 7.1! . 45:5 ,A ,,,j' qu, ,L WX V 1 ,gan Q A 1 1 -153 ' , WE, ,W A' Vim ff?-, va ' 11,,,?Y 1 - rr ' Qv ,ff ,, ,V .:i'N1, 'I 52 M, f 1 A J-5? ,iw ,x V l , :fig f I , Egg? -4953: 13 , F . 'Hi " ' X 1 , 4 . 1-2,5 '1'-5, 1174 1 S V Tis. ' A , - 41,11 Wx' W' -' L' f N ' A' M' 'v :sm 'Y 1' R GSW yn: 9- M N K. 14 A 7 Q. nb 'V ,iff as , -, 5 'SG --53 545 7 195 LES' . i :ii 1' vii F.C.H.S G.A.A. The officers for the year were chosen as follows: President ........ Vice President Secretary ,.... Treasurer ...., Reporter .,,t Barbara Beebe Lorraine Wubbena Betty Io Vietmeier Joyce Aeiken Mary Ann Glover G.A.A.PLEDGE UI promise to uphold the ideals of the Girls' Athletic Associationg by promoting interest in athletics and the out-of-doorsg by living that I may be healthy and strongg by making good sports- manship a constant factor in my conductf, The first meeting ofthe organization was held in September. We decided to have a slumber party to introduce the Freshmen into G. A. A. Play nights were started in November. We started out by playing volley ball. Following were basketball, badminton, table tennis, and softball. In the fall live girls attended a play day held at Lanark. They were: Mary Anne Frey, Donna Snapp, Joan Korf, Kathleen Schroeder, and Marlene Ludwig. Doris Vietmeier and Joyce Aeiken had the honor of attending G. A. A. camp at Lake Geneva, Wisconsin, last year. We will send two more girls to camp this summer. On February 21, the annual Mother-Daughter Banquet was held. The new members were initiated into the organization at this time. Afterwards, the girls showed their mothers what is done in G. A.A. by playing a basketball game in the gym. 1.949 65 F. C. H. S. ::::::::::::::::::::::::: -:::::::::::::::::::: :::::::::, :::::::::4 G. A. A. Top row-left to right: Donna Snapp, Mary Anne Frey, Doris Long, Marian Greenfield, Helena Tinklenberg, Doris Vietmeier, Delores Drake, LaVonne Zimmerman, Carol Swalve, Norene Branche, Elta Mae Asche. Second row: Naomi Drake, Kathryn Tinklenberg, Patricia Brockmeier, Janice Miller, Donna Greenfield, Helen Prasse, Alice Albert, Marcella Zumdahl, Doris Swalve, Marlene Ludwig, Third row: Darlene Heilman, Joyce Mertz, Mrs.Brinkmeierfadvisorl, Joyce Aeiken, Lorraine Wubbena, Barbara Beebe, Betty Vietmeier, Miss Berg Qadvisorl, Joyce Brockmeier, Joan Korf. Fourth row: Cynthia Akins, Jo Ann Brooks, Kathleen Schroeder, Lois Swalve, Leona Albert, Mary Ann Glover, Glenda Stamm, F. H. A. Top rowAleft to right: Helen Prasse, Donna Snapp, Doris DeWall, Joyce Aeiken, Marian Kampen, Lorraine Wubbena, Ethel Drake, Barbara Wt-sterman, Delores Drake, LaVonne Zimmerman, Doris Long. Marian Greenfield, Alma Ruter, Darlene Schmidt. Second row: Donna Greenfield, Marlene Ludwig, Rose Scudder, Lois Swalve, Kathryn Tinklenberg Lorna Kilker, Elta Mae Asche, Naomi Drake, Mary Ann Glover, Patricia Brockmeier. Third row: Darlene Heilman, Marguerite Raymond, Joan Korf, Verla Bastian, Jo Ann Brooks, Cynthia Akins, Mary Anne Frey, Kathleen Schroeder, Marilyn Folkerts, Glenda Stamm, Joyce Brockmeier, Delores Carter. Fourth row: Mrs. Steugel QadvisorJ, Marcella Zumdahl, Norene Branche, Carol Swalve. Janice Miller, Leona Albert, Doris Swalve, Alice Albert. F. F. A. Top row: Leonard Wubbena, Phil Frederick, Paul Glover, Leland Genandt, Homer Smith, George Martens, KennethNKoning, Dick Wubbena, Dave Snapp, Wayne Peterson, Jim Wubbena, Walter Groen. Second row: Delbert Bear, Lloyd Ruthe, Arthur Buskohl, Bob Glover, Dean Mitchell, Grant Groene- wold, Bob Ruthe, Paul Kaney, Lloyd Zimmerman, Norman Ludwig, Carl Siefken, Jay Nevenhoven. Third row: Bob Conkey, Don Terry, Richard Weegens, Ronald Zumdahl, Harlon Diehl, Gene Miller, Bob Buiiington, Virgil Swalve, Clarence Sneek. Fourth row: Dick Meyers, Bob Kampen, Lester Brooks, Lewis DeGraff, Larry Greenfield, Jim Akins, Mr. Finch Qadvisory 'mm' mm' omm:mm:3:52'.s xi' ' ' " ' 66 1 RE HUMEMAK S AMERICA 1-i 5 1 1 Y . ,H ,, . - - ., , V -ww" M' fx, - Q f ' -f' , N . 2 , Q , . Q, ' 1 x 1 w . 4 Q ' "'1'k ,L,-.Y..,J f,, iY,L :i,.,l ..-- M ' f il -x .wgm-wf... -' - ' A 31212151 -V - W '23 ' 1 1-f 1 3,f:mSF,f1a V 'r fjgzrd 5 W NZV1- , . SM, . "5:4fVi,'uHM' ' V ei 315' v - . " I 5 ' ng ' .- mfvia: S .faerie f1l1iil.W,, M W V1.4 M y - fix ""'gf+,ef1W---w. ,. fx-, ig ff g w 4 .yu-' 45,5 ' ,L 1' a,1f'+.'w -,. , , my ' ,,x, , .,,,. , ,., 5 ,wg uw. U Ax., ,Y www Vw A -L . VvV5',W.1A.qX,,,N, . Er Q K jij ,we ,num U :- , , , I H fig: gy. 3 1 :SA Li'xYE.,ib,.i , Y, . .gf 'if-gif l ' , ,. ,SA Lw:,1,,, M A .., QF.. 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The officers for the year were: President, Janice Miller Vice President, Carol Swalve Secretary, Leona Albert Treasurer, Norene Branche Rt-porter, Alice Albert Historian, Doris Swalve Parliamentarian, Marcella Zumdahl Advisor, Mrs. Stengel The theme for the year was "That Future Home of Mine." Janice Miller was elected President for Section 21, and Mrs. Aeiken was elected our Section 21 Chapter Mother. To begin the year, in September, we had initiation of new members. We're sure they will never forget it. In October we sent a Christmas package overseas. It contained about one hundred articles and weighed twenty-Five pounds. In November the big event was the school carnival for which we had the Cake Walk. We also attended church in a body. We entertained the Mt. Morris chapter in December for a little get together, and also donated a Christmas gift to a needy family in Forreston. Daddy Date night was the big event in January. In February we had an FFA and FHA Roller Skating party, and entertained some small children at a Valentines Party. In March we planned a skit on "Right and Wrong" for the study hall. We had an FFA and FHA party in April. Asa climax for the year we had installation of next years officers and the Mother-Daughter Banquet. '"""''E'9'g'9""'"-"--v'--v::::::o:::::::. 0:-:::::a:::::::::::::::::::::::::,::::: - A - - - - - - - - - A A A A A A A A A A A A A A AA A 69 - - - - - - - A - - A - A::::::::::::::::::.,:,-,-,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,, F. C. H. S. -------------------------------------------, F. F. A. Motto: Learning to do Doing to learn Earning to live Living to serve Officers for the year were: President ......,,.... ..e, L ewis DeGraff Vice President Lester Brooks Secretary .... ..,. B ob Kampen Treasurer ..... Larry Greenfield Reporter ..,. .... J im Akins Sentinel .... Homer Smith junior Officers were: President .....,, Leland Genandt Vice President ,,.. --Clarence Sneek Secretary .... Robert Conkey Treasurer ,s.... ,... L loyd Ruthe Reporter .,.. .... N orrnan Ludwig Sentinel .... ,,,, I im Wubbena Projects Planned 7 Corn projects 1 Garden project 6 Sheep projects 4 25 Hog projects 7 Dairy projects The Judging Teams both Dairy and Fat Stock placed well at Rockton. The Dairy Team also won a blue ribbon at Champaign. The Parliamentary Team won Hrst at the Sectional and second at at the District contests. Lewis DeGral:f, Dick Wubbena, Lawrence Timmer, and Marvin Kaney received State Farmer De- greesg Lewis DeGraff was runnerup for Star State Farmer of this section. Phil Frederick, Lewis DeGraff and Jim Akins attended the Leadership Training Camp at Savanna. Lewis DeGraff, ,lim Akins, and Lawrence Timmer attended the Convention at Champain. l'hil Prederick was awarded a Dairy Product Medal from the National Dairy Council. Dean Mitchell received a membership to the Holstein-Friesian Association. Some of the winnings at the fairs were: Lewis DeGraff, Reserve Champion litter at Freeportg Robert Ruthe, Reserve Pen Barrows at Freeport, Champion Pen of Barrows, Champion Single Bar- row, Champion Heifer at Oregon 4-Hg George Martens, Reserve Gilt and Boar, Reserve Barrow at Oregon 4-H, Reserve Boar and Gilt at Freeport. jim Akins and Lewis DeGral:f showed at the Fat Hog Show. Lloyd Zimmerman and Art Buskohl showed corn at tne International. A::::::::::::::::: - -::::: A:::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::: :::::::::4 194.9 70 F. C. H. S. F. T. A. The organization is named after the late Dr. Charles K. Carpenter, a noted lecturer, naturalist, and preacher who was a native of Baileyville. In December the F. T. A. organization held its first meeting of the year, and elected their ofhcers. They are: PresidentMDoris Vietmeier TreasurerACarol Swalve Secretary-Patricia Brockmeier Reporter-Barbara Westerman Plans were made to visit DeKalb College in the spring as it is the custom for the group to visit a state college during the year. Each member taught one of the different subjects here at school. The organization is formed to introduce the students to teaching as a career. "'m""""""" -"""'i1"""""""""""-HH'H F. C. H. S. ::::::::::: :::::::: :::::::: : :::::: : :::::::::: : : : :::: : v :::::: : ::o STUDENT BOARD. Left to right: Clarence Sneek, Donna Greenfield, Gordon Grande, Dick Meyers, Joyce Mertz, Marcella Zumdahl, Ed Lane, Leona Albert, Homer Smith, Mr. Masterson. ANNUAL STAFF. Top row-left to right: Betty Vietmeier, Leona Albert, Barbara Westerman, Paul Kaney, Doris Rugland, Patricia Brockmeier, Marlys Duitsman, Lois Kilker. 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The cast was as follows: Sally, a maid with a purposeADoris Vietmeier Norman Porter, a publicity manAJim Akins Penny, a pretty little missAJoyce Mertz Caleb, her absorbed father-Grant,Groenewold Mark, her farm-minded brother'--Dick Wubbena Mavis,'her attractive sister-Alice Albert Lydia, her busy mother-Marcella Zumdahl Joanna, her loyal girl friend-Doris Swalve Kerry, her resourceful boy friend-Lewis DeGraE Greg, his pal with ideas-Lawrence Greenfield Gram, just herself-Delores Drake Monsieur Henri, a French designerAEd Lane Claire, a pretty young modelADoris Rugland Elsie, another pretty young model-Shirley Swift Lucile, also a pretty young modelABarbara Westerman Red, a delivery boyAGerald Janssen Harrison Day, a young authorAGunther Frank Sixteen-year-old Penny is busy preparing herself to play the star role in the movie version of a popular novel. The author is searching the country forvhis ideal, and Penny just knows sheill be chosen. What Penny doesn't know is that Sally, the neiv maid, is a former child'star, now grown up, whom a clever publicity agent has planted there to be 'fdiscoveredn by the author. So Penny ignores Sally, and she ignores the talent of her unselfish sister, Mavis. who has small parts in radio. Penny and Joanna give up playing in the tennis tournament with their boy friends, Greg and Kerry. They say they are putting childish things like tennis behind them. Greg and Kerry confer with Gram and decide to fool the girls by posing as the great author and a brunette model. When Hznri comes to show off his latest creations, Greg and Kerry poke fun at each outfit and finally kick Henri out the door. Just then Dad comes home with the real author. However, Sally has fallen in love with Mark and doesn't want to play the leading role. Mark and Sally plan their little white house, and soon their hrst chicken lays an egg. By this time Penny and Joanna have changed their minds again and have paired oFf for the tennis tournament with Greg and Kerry. Gram gives Mother a piece of her mind for running about giving lectures on child rearing when she should be looking after her own family. The author surprises everyone when he chooses the star for his play. The ending is a happy one for all concerned. The Senior Class wishes to Mr. Masterson for directing our play and Miss Berg and Mrs. Brinkmeier for helping with the costumes and make-up. The class broke all former "gate" records by taking in 336455. A A A A A A A A A A A A:A:4-Q e:::::.A- ::::::::::::-::::::::::::::e:::::::::::::::4 1.949 75 F. C. H. S. -- - - - vv - v - - - - v v Y - -v ....,. v - ::- ::::::::::::::::::::::::: :::::::::4 SENIOR PLA Y CAST. Top row-left to right: Gunther Frank, Larry Greenfield, Grant Groenewold, Marcella Zumdahl Dick Wubbena, Jerry Janssen, Edward Lane, Jim Akins. Second row: Delores Drake, Joyce Mertz, Mr. Masterson, CdirectorJ, Lewis DeGraiT, Doris Rugland. Third row: Barbara Westerman, Alice Albert, Doris Vietmeier, Doris Swalve, Shirley Swift. JUNIOR PLAY CAST. Standing-left to right: Bob Beebe, Bob Ruthe, Homer Smith, Carol Swalve, Helen Prasse, Janice Miller, Bob Kampen, George Martens. Dave Snapp, LaVonne Zimmerman, Mr. Masterson fdirectory Joyce Aeiken, Gordon Grande. Seated-Iris Stukenberg, Marilyn Davis, Norene Branche, Roger Meiners, Mary Anne Frey. CONTEST SOLOISTS. Standing+left to right: Kathryn Tinklenberg, Donna Greenfield, Marcella Zumdahl, Jerry Janssen, Lorraine Wubbena, Janice Miller, Darlene Heilman. Seated: Doris Vietmeier, Helena Tinklenberg, Marilyn Davis, Iris Stukenberg, Doris Swalve. I :::::::::::::.r-r::::::::::::::::9-.::.v-4-:::::::::-::::::::::::: :::::::::: 1.94.9 ::::::::-Q-:Q-J-::::::::::-:::::::::::::::: -::::::::::::::::::a-0 :::::::: 76 9 . '. -1. -4 .. " 2 " 14,75-Af',. V' V 1 '- 1. -,m ww- -an f, 'K . , . 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Hawkins .... . .... .- Dickens .... Maribelle .... Mrs. Rooly--- Mrs. Batsont--- Jade Darnelli--- James Scorpio--- Ofiicer Brayder .... Roger Meiners LaVonne Zimmerman Dave Snapp ---- Mary Anne Frey ------Janice Miller ---Gordon Grande ----Joyce Aeiken -------Bob lieebe -------Helen Prasse ---- George Martens - ---- Bob Kampen -----.Carol Swalve ----Norcne Branche Marilyn Davis .. -lris Stukenberg -------Boh Ruthe --- Homer Smith Aunt Myra Opal Dodd, who insists on having everything quiet, comes to visit her nephew Rod ney, who believes he is an invalid and stays in a wheel-chair. Aunt Myra has also brought along a young healthy and attractive companion, Charlotte Allen. Things begin to happen when Dr. Bell, having finished examining Rodney, calls home to inquire about his Uncidium Papilio, a specie of rare plant, which is fast fading away. Rodney overhears the conversation and jumps to the conclusion that he is about to die. Rodney decides to spend his last remaining hours in doing all those things which he was afraid to do before. With the aid of his butler, jodwillow, he sends to the newspapers all the evidence he has on a gangster, Scorpio. He gives his house to the girl's school next door for a dormitory. He finally lies down to die. The next morning Rodney walcens to find himself not only alive, but feeling better than he ever has before. With the house already in mourning, Henrietta, the housekeeper, faints when she sees Rodney's ghost. Ned Steerwell comes in search of Doris Winthrop, one of the girls from the school, whom Ned believes Rodney to have kidnapped. Jodwillow is forced to take him out and drop several vases on.his head in order to maintain peace and quiet. Rodney is amazed to learn that Doris and her friend, Maribelle, wanting to be the first to sleep in the new dormitory, have actually spent the night in the house. Moreover, Maribel'e has a bugle on which she blows a violent blast every time she is separated from DoriS. Scorpio, having read the story written by Rodney for the newspaper sends Rodney some bombs in the mail. Rodney linds all his fears returning and rushes to phone to stop the presses, but it is too late. Crowds of people are singing his praise outside the door. Meanwhile, Aunt Myra is reduced to a state of nervous collapse because of all the noise and con- fusion. In the midst of all this Jodwillow suddenly remembers his Willow Chlorophide, invested by his Boy Wonder chemical set, which puts everyone to sleep. ,440f04Qp4:: 44 ::4, ::::::0::4::::4 f','4 Q., 04 .p',Q4,..",., 19.4.9 ::::::::::::::::::::.-.-:::,::,-J ' Q4 4 ::::::::: ::::::::::::: :::::::::::: 79 1 F. C. H. S. FORRESTON JUNIOR JOURNAL. The Forreston Junior Journal, which was under the capable leadership of Mr Sprague had a most successful year. In the first semester, the paper sponsored a "Mystery Student" contest that drew alot of attention from the students. In the second semester a March of Dimes drive was held, sponsored by the Junior Journal. In the second semester something new was tried. This was asking for volunteer reporters number of students volunteered to help complete a successful year for our paper. Doris Swalve and Gunther Frank were the editors. Reporters, first semester Barbara Westerman Lawrence Greenfield Patricia Brockmeier Robert Beebe Beverly Lee Walter Groen Cynthia Akins Leonard Wubbena The stories and other items Sports Classes Humor Plays Reporters, second semester Richard Meyers Barbara Westerman Patricia Brockmeier Lorraine Wubbena Donna Greenfield Marguerite Raymond Alice Albert Jim Akins Norman Ludwig Mary Ann Glover most often written on were: Parties School activities Music 1949 80 l tt ltl lull llltll lt.t'l'tI l.lltlI' sr-tu-1. lu.sl.utl-.tll. hutultu enter huruuuut. nu-tu-sg later proto.- sloth. rurtgtrrlihtlis at-nlerg favor-its su gee. ng is . Virgil Swalve lswalvel: favor ,ite img, basketball: favorite en terta ent. ball games: later Haiotfesakon, tarrntngg favorite Ill- . acecnn. l Russell Dultrrnan tllual, favor- gmnznporti aogbiall: farttzlta anter- Q as m ug profs lltolz, fanning: favutltl lubject, .agr cu ture. f Norman Lud tllorml: fav- orlta sport. som: favorite an- tertalamant, roll: akatgf: later pxzfeatmahtarmlngg fav te mb- Ronlzldulumdahl Rmmlabg fa- vwrltl IDOI1. bliet ' flvorlll entartalgxmt, mllnr ttgggx. er 00. hmlnt v e aubloci, agriculture. ' - lnmard Wubbana tllamardig favorite sport, softball: favorlto entertatnmmt, roller akatlngg lat- er profim, fanning: favortta Mm -sm.-. Donna tbonnall favor- ite :E awlmmlnl: favorite cl- ry: avc su , 'MF' 'Ali' 'WSI lngltm. IIUP Nl-w Yi-:tr's their littlt- issmnillltvtl d lnunt, hu It set-ms have sho no one 'and Peterson ins Pins DONE, chased home. At exactly twelve o'clock, bal- loons were brnken and noise- maken were used. Martens made a lot of noise with his Ilrecnck- ers, At 12:30, the party broke up fand everyone went hometlll- WHAT D0 YOU THINK 0l' HAVING TESTS THE BAY AIT!! BASKETBALL CAM!!! Only Van would do a thing like that-Bookkeeping Clan. Tests are terri le anyway let alone after a basketbal game- Carol and Janice. l thiing he or she should be more considerate and not give a teat after a basketball game- Homer. They should have more sense. After all, who wants to go home early after a basketball game to study for a test-Frey and Zlm,I I don't think ...... -Dave. They should give a "fast break"i -Basketball boys. The only way we would be able to pass :l test would be to study at the game. Who wants to do that7'P-Bob B. and Delbert. I don't think murh of it, The teachers should be kind hearted -...A f..,s,.. -.v.....+ ns.. .Mt rw. JUNIDR 1 4 whichllillldlf CYDEIWI hlllwwlh earn have the HIRO rlld It lhooklt gundam!! school.- andarthr lallvlnlf. tluehaarlhill' radhotbl- html! D l- 'K...'si'."?n.r 'Ta them.-Joyce tbl! Blfl window who la we should so whlle we're lwtft '3J'7s2u lntalll- 'Illl IAILAN from a la Jim Albert Tuesday Doe! it Alive? be J im hel ntl: they ililt NEWS OF 'THE PAlT The following nrt: news items from former Junior Journals: Last Friday night tinitiation nighti Jim Aklns was seen giving Ethel Drake a horseback ride. Jim. don't you know gas isn't ra- tioned? The trsshrnsn hurl at kissing booth at the surnlt-nl. lt n-its at big sur-fuss ns st-sl-ynns t-nuln tru by seeing people wulklus rufnund with outstanding imprints on their faces, Even Mr. Aeikcn got u t-uunls or kisses. Vlhnt is this ws hear about n boy going rlnwu the street n-nh fuur girls in the hut-k sent ul the t-ltr lust Friday afternoon while getting ready tor the cnrnivzll? Hmm! Now Gunther! What is this we hear about fl Certain fr0Sh Ell'l tShil'lcy Slvlftl and n senior whn n-ent to Sterling lVednesday evening. Whiltis the mzttler with the theaters around here, Kenny c.? . Is 'Doris Rugland jealous of Doris Vietmeler just beraluse of George WJ Why shame on you Rugglez. let Doris Mae have htm. Mr. Mastersolfs Cat was parked ln front of l'lenry's tavern last night. We wnndsr where the owner was at that time. Hmm!! Hays you noticed how lonely Pftul Kaney has been since Lols linker has been missing? You hr-Har hurl-v :md Bet back. LUIS. slilllll, our Home lc lives ln the had batter no! l going to that ll n l l E whowaaour' HUMOI saying Uwonden nev- surely holds true in school seem on the . after we hear about the betng written arm. Better v something when she l110l'l'l future. new you Jim Akin tat the valentine counteri: l'ler's one with a lovely bit of sentiment-"'l'o the one and only girl l ever loved." Brum: Fine! l'll take ten of them. Albright: W'hy didn't you stop when I yelled? . Phil Frederick tin rapid and intense thotghtbz l thought you said 'Hello natnr'. Albright: Oh,welL I say Sen- ator, I was just going to w you about speeding in the town. am next Bob: How about some old fashioned loving! , Marcella: All right, l'll calll grandma for you. Lon ANDYFOUND Lott-0 f r .nn it .'2'n'In2iIu'fJf""" when Found-Those rldea with Har- lan and Bu!! can sure be a lot of fun.-Leona A. and Lost-All the fun that I used to have with Marlene.-Carl S. Lost-One lock of my hair and I wish Conkey would retum it- ln Ann Brooks. Fauna-Delores D. stealing my lP:::tPl?Dave S. - e to h . an t.st,-ssr'ii'2'rT" "" " ' Lost-Our ability to work geo. mel-ry problems.-The geometry students. Found-A good way to let the other tearns win a volleyball same-The Qantnv- wtlvnvhnn Mot-rta .ls up hp- ns X succeeds ini having "start-. his nvw "-tEl"N Zumdahl gt-ts up Ctlws. much to thcir Sur- up to' too until, students Davis rush. breaks door and with a a date the students with begin zipping paper fur an- in vainl answers. ' students l students' take umm.. begins. Ag boys twith crowbnrsl Itll-Cindy Altins gives up Al' gebra and begins to day drt-ann 3:g0.Everyone ln study hull tries to sign out to the lmll gsunvs Van makes a stop to that. 3:50-Bus riders manage to sit on the edge of their seats want- laqatrtng Reporter What ta your prediction on the Rt 'IZ Conference Toumament? I hope Forruton wins, but I think it will be Byron or Monroe Center-Homer. Forreaton tint, Byron uotmd, Leaf River third-Delbert. We'll beat Wlnnaranand from there on, we can't Larry G- and Bob Ruthe. With Dava in there, Wa a cinch -Delores Drake. I hope we wln-Klamath Kou- ln . at an see an will lv its has i uri at N will you- r ugan . lt Forreston dosn't taklgchl-at we'1l take third-Brum. Forreaton will come in fourth, and Byron first-Gunther. Forreswn will come tn third- Byron will be first and Aahton Leonard Wubbena- second-Darla Swalve. Editorial ' Our cheerleaders this year a doing exceptionally wall fog themselves- Many out of town people say that they are thc most peppy cheerleaders they have seen in a long time. It's up to the students at FCHS to yt-ll and to help them kccp their xvputatiun. Were you ut the shsnnnn vs. Forreston game tlu- first night of the tourntlmt-nt'?Thoru wt-rr only s few stutlt-nts yt-llang nn- rnrrus- ton, and tilt' c'llt't'l'll':ttlt'l's u't'rt' Out there rltiillg :ill thvj' Could Our tt-:lm tlltlxrl gvl ns murh backing ns they an nl tht- r-rgulur games, ing for the bell to ring. 1 mo-nlslr lvl. an-d Patsy B. ,tlnall get started gtolng honw- qi0g.Dave goes time knowing he has a date at 6:30. H 1:30-Grant, begins t a k l lt g Tuma. , 8:00-Darla S. starts reading aporta mlgizines instead nf doing school work. 10:00-The southem part nt Forrnmn becomes a Peacelul country, after Doris V. and Betty V. sto practletngathc piano. I 12:08-Roger e i n e r s still leamlng his garta for the play, asoo-asa urs begin to lnnrr n good game of leaptmg. 4:00-Gordon G. comes honw from Harper wherv he snw Mary Ann and where "Bull" unrl Muller were rolling up the sidt-walks. SENIOI, THRONB Seated upon the throne this week ia another senior. Lewis Dr- Graff, Jr., was bom May 23, 19:ll It Formstnn, Ht' is the ann uf Lewis DeGraH. Sr. Brurn, an industrious and po- lite boy, attended grndt- st-hotll and high school hero ln Furrusl- on. Bnxm has been nctlvc in Glt-u Club, Band. and F. F. A. for tuni- years. This yt-ar lu- is prrsltlvllt of the r. P. A. rn- nlsn ,uns ..-t the varsity basketball team. Brum had a lvnding part in both the junior and st-niur pl.t-.4 At the camival he was nn uttvntl- ant for the king and quot-n, This tall, h ondt' buy n-.null like to be a farmvr llttvr ht- Illia gained a little mort' knhn-lrrlgv .tt mes, lowa. l'luwt'vt'r. he lw:tsn't dednitely dt-rldt-rl tw n tthtrh school to attend. v .,' 1 .. . 1. 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K Dedication--Lois Kilker, Faculty Interview-Doris Rugland. Will and TestamentANancy Nicholson. Senior Achievements-Doris Swalve. Class Prophecy-Marcella Zumdahl. Class History-Doris Vietmeier. Junior InterviewADelores Drake. Sophomore InterviewvGunther Frank. Freshman lnterview-Alice Albert. Sports'-Lewis DeGraFf. G. A, A.wBetty Jo Vietmeier. F. H. A.wLeona Albert. F. F. A.-Bob Kampen. F. T. A.APat Brockmeier. Band-Larry Greenfield. Glee ClubfBeverly Lee. Senior Play-Doris Swalve. Junior PlayfRoger Meiners. School Calendar-Marlys Duitsman, Jerry Janssen. Humor-Janice Brattrud, Ethel Drake. Sales-Shirley Swift, jim Akins, Paul Kaney. AdvertisingvLewis DeGraff, Jim Akins, Larry Greenfield, Fd Lane Grant Groenewold Special FeaturevShirley Swift, Grant Groenewold, Jim Akins Junior Journal-Gunther Frank. -------A------,c--,,---,,-A- -,---------vv. v---,-----Y---.9-c:::-:::::.v-0 1.2149 33 F. C. H. S. :::::: 0-:::::::: LIBRARIANS. Seatedwleft to right-Janice Miller, Kathleen Schroeder Standing-left to right-Janice Brattrud, Donna Snapp. Pat Brockmeier, Miss Berg Ioan Korf, Joyce Mertz. ' STUDY HALL. SENIOR HISTORY CLASS. --,A-, ---- ----- A+--.f-A--'A---.4--AA- 1949 84 ' 4 ' -E a L ' M , , ,A , ,- ,, ff ,4 . W ., : ,4..:,,. va, -X 1 v 1 1' x ' Z. . " .:.,wf"', W X1 H1 1 5 , :Egg 12. -s . , 5 1 'f ,, ,, X ' 14 1', 'rf ,- wr. ' f .1 . 5 . 4 W . A I 1 'Hint ' K T25 , ,El ' ' Lf? 'f1ff.f,,m 1 Q L .: i, k 'i " '1- Y "9 5: ., ' ' ' ,V ' 31 ,5 F15 ,ff 'fl .T 1,-2 if Ti ya , a f 'C 2 11 ?'50'EL3aW.fT'?" 'V ff- u - 'P' w,g,:fy,f:?1w: ' ' , 3ai'2:1i3'2iL',H-QM m gr' 1QwQ,3Hgi':gf1:iw-:X , wa, f 1Qg.5-Vgqgwciiq M ' guy. ' p'::,:1faz.qr?Af-L ff if - Y ylr- I-',+-gfkdftlrgg J U'rq'f"1T' ' fb' 4 151, :iv 1-situ? 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September 16-Thursday+Sauerkraut Day, no school. September 17-FridayhSoftball, Winnebago, there. September September September September October October October 6, October October October 13 October 14 October October October November November 29 21-Tuesday-Softball, Stillman Valley, there. 22fWednesdayiSoftbaIl, Shannon, here. 23wThursdayvSoftball, Byron, there. 28-Tuesday-Softball, Ashton, here. 1iFriday, Softball, Ashton, here. 4fMonday-All school Weiner roast. 8-VVednesday, Friday-Softball Tournament. 9-SaturdayfSenior Class Party. ll-Monday-F. H. A. Initiation. f-Wednesday-High School Initiation. , 15iThursday, Friday-Oregon, Dixon Institute, 15-Friday-End of First Period. 15-Friday-Sophomore Class Party, , 30-Friday, Saturday-Senior Class Play. No school. 2-Tuesday-F. F. A. Initiation. 5-Friday-junior Class Hayride. November 9KTuesday-Basketball, Shannon. here. November November November November November November November November November December December December December December December December December December January I1-Thursdaye-eArmistice Day, No school. 12-Friday-School Carnival. I7-Wednesday-Senior Photographs Taken. I9-Friday-Basketball, Stillman Valley, there. 20-SaturdayeReporters Party. 23fTuesday--Basketball, Winnebago, there. 25, 26-Thursday, Friday-Thanksgiving Vacation. 26-Friday-Sophomore Class Party. 26fFriday-End of Second Period. 3-Friday-Basketball, Pecatonica, here. 4-Saturdey+Basketball, Mt. Morris, there. 7-TuesdayfBasketball, Byron, here. 10-Friday-Basketball, Leaf River, there. I4-Tuesday--Basketball, Ashton, there. 19-Sunday-Christmas Music Program. 22-Wednesday-Christmas Vacation Begins. 27, 28, 29, 30-Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday- Invitational Basketball Tournament. 31-Friday-Senior Dance. 3vMonday-School Begins. January 4-Tuesday-Basketball, Polo, there. january january January January 7AFriday-Basketball, Monroe Center, here. 11-TuesdayABasketball, Stillman Valley, here. 14-Friday-Basketball, Winnebago, here. 18, 19, 20, 21, 22-Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, Saturday- Route 72 Conference Tournament --- ...... o-v,,-- ------- 1949 --v- ---v---.8E---- -v-v --- --- -- - - vvv, -v'0--4- v - - v - - :- :::::::::::::::::::::: you-:::::c: ::::: F. C. H. S. SCHOOL CALENDAR. fContinuedj -Friday-End of Third Period. January 21 january 28- january 31- Friday-Basketball, Pecatonica, there. Monday-Roller Skating Party. February 1---Tuesday-Basketball, Byron, there. February 4-Friday-Basketball, Leaf River, here. February 11-Friday-Basketball, Ashton, here. February 12-Saturday-Basketball, Shannon, there. February 15-Tuesday-Basketball, Polo, here. February 18-Friday-Basketball, Monroe Center, there. February 21 -Monday-G. A. A. Mother-Daughter Banquet. February 25-Friday-Freshman Class Party. February 26-Saturday-Basketball, Mt. Morris. here. March 1, 2, 3, 4--Regional Basketball Tournament. 0 March 4-Friday-Fourth Period Ends. March 7-Monday-Solo Elimination Contest. March 7, S, il, 10,11, 12-Sectional Basketball Tournament. March 12--Saturday-Senior Skating Party. March 17, 18, 19-State Basketball Tournament. March 18-Friday-Student Board Party. March 19-Saturday-F. H. A.-F. F. A. Skating Party. March 21- Monday-Donkey Basketball Game. M :arch 23-Wednesday-Final Parliamentary Procedure, Forreston March 25 -Friday--Spring Style Show. March 26-Saturday'-Solo Contest, Freeport. April 1, --Friday, Saturday-'Junior Class Play. April 4f-Mouday- Father-Son Banquet. April 6- fWednesiiay-F. F. A. Public Speaking, Freeport. April 9-Saturday-District Mtisic Organization Contest, Polo. April 15-Friday--Fifth Period Ends. April 15-Friday -Good Friday. April 22--Friday- G. A. A. -Athletic Department Party. April 23-Saturday-Combined Band Concert, here. April 24-Sunday-Combined Chorus's, Mt. Morris. April 29, 30-Friday, Saturday-State Music Contest. May 4--Wediiesday-Combined Band Concert, Oregon. May 6-Friday-Senior May Dance. May 7-Saturday-Combined Band Concert, Mt. Morris. Blay 8-Sunday -Combined Chorus's, Forrestou. May May May May May May June 14-- 22 24 26 27 28 6, Saturilay-junior-Senior Banquet. Sunday-'Baccalau reate. -Tuesday- Senior Class Night. -Thursday-Commencement. Friday-Sixth Period Ends. Saturday-'Report Cards and Picnic. Monday-Senior Trip Begins. 1949 v ....,.v. ....v.-...-. S Q .-v- v--- -- A 0 499514, Cbneuwafv laws lilufyau faua Arrauof-auf V' I H Sn,f5.x.,L,x4,qJf QJF,f.,,u ,Jun !vf'f'f,uDfvM -I A 1 1 A 4 1 , ' ' H ,. , x f 1 1 , J ., ,M v. r,,. vt J X , I w.,,, x 1 ,1 I W m 1 F V,Aif,,,,.,5Ml,,. 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Mr. BrinkmeierAGrant. why should we try to prevent war? Grant--It makes too much history. Mr. Aeikenf-I suppose Stephen reigns as king in your family. Mr. Sprague--No, Prince of Wails. Mrs. Van NessAVan, are you sure you killed all the germs in Jimmy's milk? Van-I sure should have. I put it through the meat grinder three times. Gene Mr' Is my face dirty or is it my imagination? Bob Buffington --Your face looks all right, but I can't tell about your imagination. Miss Berg-George, your handwriting gets worse everyday. George--If my handwriting was better you would complain about my spelling. ShirleyAlgazing fondly at her ringj. Is it a real diamond? Pat-If it isn't I got stung for a half a dollar. LloydAHarry, haven't you finished washing that blackboard yet? YOu've been working at it for an hour. Harry-I know, but the more I wash it the blacker it gets. Patty was concerned about the amount of money Dick was spending on her every time he took her out. "Mother," she asked, 'tWhat is the best way to stop Dick from spending too much money on me?', l'atIy's mother replied, "Marry him!" Mr. Van Ness-ftIn bookkeeping classj. There are only three of you that have your lessons done today. ' jim A.-CLooking from side to sidej. Who are the other two? The room was quiet, the lights were low- DickAWhat are you thinking about darling? JaniceAThe same thing you are dear. Dick-Hot dawg, I will race you to the ice box. BillAWho is that terrible looking woman standing next to the door? JackAThat's my wife. Bill-Er-a-I didn't mean her. I meant the young lady standing beside her. IackAThat's my daughter. 1949 91 F. C.1H.'S. TOT SHOTS Marcella Zumdahlw"Bring back my buggy days" Lewis DeGraFfei'Adventurer, even then" Dick WL1bbena2"l'm bigger than you are" Ethel Drake4'tOld Rocking chair's got me" Joyce Mertz-'fDon't bother me with shoes" Marlys Duitsman-NGO away and let me sleep" Barbara Beebe-'Tm mad" Barbara Westerman+"Have a chair" Lois Kilkereulfm just a bashful little girl" Delores Drake'-i'Taking life easy" Doris Rugland-"just call me Frecklesu Doris Mae Vietmeier-"Pm getting old" Nancy Nicholson+"These carefree days of childhood Shirley Swift+"Ooh, it's cold" Janice Brattrud4"B. D. Cbefore Dickf' Alice A1bert4"All by myself" A W'"""""'1'.6Q4'5"'w vvvvv ----v 92 b . 1 GX ' r ' ' ' . 5 X I' 1 I ff 1 4 K 5 'E TY., 4' . , X 'r' gz ,. ,x I .. , 4 Q , . "W " ' 1 ' ' ' ' ' M , ,W : g :,, V:?., a w 1 ,E LW. , W , , . - K ' .Q V. 1 'l ' ' ' n R , . Zi ,. us? fix 53571 :',gw'i', , , . f - . . 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Chester VVhite Hogs, Robert Kampen Colonial Cafe, John Buss Ralph Dikkers Duroc Jersey Hogs, GeorgeMartens Duroc jersey Hogs, Robert Ruthe jim Foster Julius Frank Jack Garman Gulf Products, D. T. Grihiths Haas and Deuth, lnsurance Harms D-X Service Station Hobby Shop, Victor Boccey Kopers' Dry Goods Guy Lomax, Socony Vacuum Ogle Service Co., Robert Meyers Harry Minnier, "Nehi" Rosenbaum Bros. Road Construction Co. Seas Barber Shop Steve's Bump Shop Village Inn, Isaac Buskohl The following business and professional men and women have aided in the publication of this book by the contributions listed below: Akins Drug Store S10 Asche's Transfer S5 Blankenberg Photographers S10 Blue StarAPotato Chips SL Pop Corn S5 Coca Cola Bottling Co. S5 R. F. Daws Sv. Sons-Poland China Hogs Deuth Bros. S10 DeGratT Bros. S10 Hardware Co. S5 Grain and Feed Co. S10 Duitsman Forreston Forreston Journal SS Forreston Forreston Forreston Lumber and Fuel Co. S5. Motor Sales S5 Mutual Fire Insurance Co. 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