Gilman High School - Owl Yearbook (Gilman, IL)

 - Class of 1954

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X3 41 , 7 N-av.. ,,, W, 4, i 3 g Qmurou-?u4Du2ww-0464 SALLY ALBEE Honor Society 3,4, President 43 Latin Club 1,2,3,43 Annual Staff 4, Co-Editor3 Owlette Staff 3,43 Cheer - leader 2,3,43 GAA 1,2,3,43 Girls' Sextet 1,2,3,43 FHA 3,4, Vice President 43 Band 1,2,3,43 Mixed Chorus 1,2,3,43 Girls' Chorus 1,2,43 Prom Commit - tee 33 Horn Quartet 1,22 Brass Sextet 1,2,3,43 Queen Candidate 1,3,43 Class Secretary 13 Music Camp 3. ROBERTA BARNHART Transfer from Donovang Mixed Chorus 1,3,42 Girls' Chorus 23 Band 1,22 FHA 1,2,3,4, Treasurer 3, Publicity 43 GAA 1,2,3,43 Prom Committee 3. MIRIAM BOEBEL Band 1,2,3,43 Girls' Chorus 2.3.43 Mixed Chorus 3,43 Brass Quartet 13 Brass Sextet 43 Annual Staff 4g Owlette Staff 3,43 Class Vice President 23 Girls' Sextet 43 Prom Committee 33 Latin Club 1,2, 3.4, President 33 Honor Society 4. RONALD BUSCH Football 1,2,3,4, Letterman 3.4, All Conference 43 Basketball 2,3,4, Letterman 3,4Q Track 23 Baseball 23 Boys' Chorus 3,43 Mixed Chorus 43 FFA 1,2,3Q Prom Committee 3. RICHARD CRAWFORD Boys' Chorus 1,2,33 Mixed Chorus 43 Track 1.3. DALE KRAFI' FFA 1,2,3,43 Band 1,2,3,43 Football 1,2,3,43 Track 1,2,3,4: Baseball 3,41 Class President 43 Annual staff 43 Brass Quartet li Trumpet Quartet 2, 33 Trumpet Quartet 2, 33 Brass Quintet 43 Letterman Club 1,2,3,4. DENNIS HOOKER Transfer from Kankakee3 Basketball 1, 3,45 Base- ball 3,4Q Track 33 Football Manager 4g Class Vice President 43 Owlette fsports Editorj 43 Letterman Club 3,42 Co-Carnival Manager 4, IOAN SMALL Class President 13 Class Secretary 43 Girls' Sextet 1,2,3,43 Girls' Chorus 1,2, Librarian 23 Mixed Chorus 1,2, 3,4, Librarian 43 Honor Society 3,43 Annual Staff 43 Owlette Staff 43 Homecoming Queen 43 FFA 1,2,3,4, Treasurer 2, Vice President 3, President 43 GAA 1,2,3,43 Brass Sextet 1,2,3,4: Baritone Trio 23 Music Camp 1. DARLENE SFROUGH Girls' Chonrs 1,21 Mixed Chorus 3,43 GAA 1.2,3.4: FHA 1,2,3,4, Publicity Chairman 33 Honor Society 4 Class Treasurer 43 Girls' Octet 4. REVA FOCKEN Girls' Chorus 1,2,3, Mixed Chorus 3,4, FHA 1,2,3, 4, GAA 1,2,3,4, Girls' Octet 3,4. MARY HENRICHS GAA 1,2,3,4, Girls' Chorus 2,3, Latin Club 1,2,3, 4, Annual Staff 4, Clarinet Quartet 4, Mixed Clarinet Quartet 1, Clarinet Trio 2, Band 1,2,3,4. LOIS IONES Band 1,2,3,4, GAA 1,2,3,4, Annual staff 4, Girls' Chorus 2, 3, Flute Quartet 2, 3,4. MARIAN KOETS Girls' Chorus 1,2, Mixed Chorus 3,4, Band 1,2,3,4, FHA 1,2,3,4, Brass Quartet 2, Comet Quartet 3, Girls' Octet 4, Annual Staff 4, GAA 1,2,3,4. LOIS LAMBERT GAA 1,2,3,4, Girls' Octet 4, FHA 1,2,3,4, Annual Staff 4, Mixed Chorus 3,4, Girls' Chorus 1,2. EVERETT LANEN Annual Staff 4, Boys' Chorus 1,2,4, Baseball 1, Foot- ball 3,4, Track 4, Band 1,2,3,4, Trombone Quartet 1,2,3, Trombone Trio 4. HM LEWELLEN Band 1,2,3,4, Trumpet Trio 2,3,4, Brass Sextet 3,4, Brass Quartet 1, Basketball 1,2,3,4, Track 1,2,3,4, Latin Club 1,2,3,4, Class Treasurer 2,3, Co- Carnival Manager 4, Co-Editor of Owlette 4. JOYCE MCCUE Girls' Chorus 1,2, Mixed Chorus 2,3,4, FHA 1,3,4, FHA Secretary 4, GAA 1,2,3,4. SONIA MONK Transfer from Central, GAA 1, 2, 3, 4, Mixed Chorus 3, 4, Girls' Chorus 1, 2, FHA 1, 2, 3, 4, IOANN ORR Band 1,2,3,4, Girls' Chorus 1,2,3, Mixed Chorus 1, 2,3,4, Girls' Chorus Vice President 3, Mixed Chorus Treasurer 3, Latin Club 1,2,3,4, Latin Club Vice President 4, National Honor Society 3,4, National Honor Society Treasurer 4, FHA 3.4, Annual Staff 3.4, Annual staff Co-Editor 4, Paper Staff 4, Vice President 3, Girls' Sextet 1, 2, 3, 4, Clarinet Quar- tet 1, 2, 3, 4, Mixed Clarinet Quartet 1, 4, Clarinet Duet 2, Prom Committee 3, Music Camp 3. q- f"W":F'TfP ' 'GFTW "T" ' PAT PEER Girls' Chorus 1,2,3: Mixed Chorus 1,2,3,4: Band 1,2 3.4: Baton Twirler 2,3,4: FHA 1,2,3, 4: GAA 1,2, 3, 4: Girls' Sextet 1.2, 3,4. , KENNETH PERDUE Football 1,2,3,4, Letterman 4: Basketball 1,2,3: Basketball Manager 4: Track 1,2,3: Boys' Chorus 1, 2,3,4: Mixed Chorus 3.4: Drum Quartet 1,2,3: Drum Quintet 4: Prom Committee 3. ELEANOR PETERS Fl-lA 1,3,4: GAA 1,2,3,4: National Honor Society 3,4: Owlette staff 3: Co-Editor of Owlette 4: Annual staff 3: Prom Committee 3: Mixed Chorus 3,4: Girls' Chorus 1,2. ROBEKI' RIFE Football 3,43 FFA 1,2,3,4. DELORES WESTERHOFF I MELVA RODDA GAA 1,2,3,4: Class President 2: Band 1,2,3,4: Mixed Chorus 1,2,4: Girls' Chorus 1,2,3,4: Latin Club 1,2, 3,4: Girls' Sextet 3.4: Honor Society 4: Band 1,2,3,4: Flute Ensemble 1,2,3,4: Girls' State 3: Music Camp 2 RONALD SCHOOLMAN A Football 1,2,3,4: Letterman 3,4: Track letterman 1,2,3,4: FFA 1,2,3,4: Class President 3: Vice President 1: Class Secretary 2: Sports Editor Annual Staff 4. BEVHILY SCHRIEFER FHA 1,3,4: Girls' Chorus 1: GAA 1,2,3,4. PAT STRUBBE Girls' Octette 4: Owlette Staff 4: GAA 1,3,4: Mixed Chorus. Transferred from Blue Island 4: Majorette 1,2,3,4: Fl-IA 4: Girls' Club 1,2,3: Girls' Chorus 1,2: Mixed 4. Chorus 4: GAA 1,2,3,4: Owlette 4. BARBARA MAX CECIL ALBERTS BREWER BULL -N' WV WAYNE GIDRIA ALICE DECKER DEHM DEXTER PAT RUSSEL LOIS HARMS HASKINS HEIDEMAN DONALD DAVID COORDES CRAWFORD BOB LOWELL EIMEN HAMILTON SANDRA JACK HENS LER HOY KENNETH CURTIS f PAT HANTDN NORMA KOHLER LEO A STEVE KRONES KRONES T51 Q 5 N fl... A GENE EDWARD MILLER MILLER MARTIN DONALD RADEMACHER REITZ MARVIN JANE KUIPER MARTIS BE VERLY MCMILLAN RONALD KRUEGER L. JQANN ,N ' . . PAGE RONALD MOVERN RUTH SAXSMA DALE - SAATHOFF M1 A my W f IRMA PETERS JIM HHLLIPS Ta DONNA SCHRIEER 'lriw JOHN SPARENBERG JIM LOANNE STRASMA SUNNEN Q10 . Rf ' rj" 1 BOB THIES RONALD WEBER RELLA TREPTON tk as k .. .1 DALE WILKEN RUTH MARY JANE ROLLAND RONALD JOELLA SHIRLEY WILKEN WILKEY ZACHGO ZACHGO ZERDIN ZIRKLE Ogwm Sa d l 5 f. w ' fl. 5 51 J, ... N t A sr J i35- -N -+.,, P Q S at F Y. in X ' sv' 1 ' ff s .wr John Bargmann Bonnie Borchers Kathleen Brockman Judy Cawthon Dorothy Chase Charles Classen Melvin Conrad Joyce Decker Roger Dryer Henry Duits Patsy Flesher John Fmin Don Gerdes Geraldine Guren Bob Hilgert Janet Johnson Bill Jones Helen Krones Ruthann Lake Marcella Lambert Gerry Orr President Jerry Tamrnen Vice President Gloria Reighel Secretary-Treasurer Y. 'UNF Qi 4 M Q ., ,, if Ksv Hx S we R x X .4 nik. tk Q in X. 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Boebel, S, Albee, Miss Brix CDirectory. Third row: B. Henshew, 1. Henshew, B. Stemke, M, Rodda, M. Tholen, S. Zillins, S. Eiben, S, Lambert, K, Baker. First row: H, Peters, R. Dreyer, G, Orr, B, Hilgert, D. Crawford, K. Purdue, G. Whittler, J, Bargrnann, Second row: Miss Brix mirectorjg D, Walsh, C, Schoolman, ' H. Wlndhom, R. Wilken, N. Siedentop, R. Busch, B. Miller, G, Miller, D. Reitz, S. Albee fAccompanis0. Third row: B. Lange, E. Smith, D, Crawford, D. Conrad, D. Sjuts, J. Hoy, B. Small, D. Hooker, H. Geisler. d-'-...v--n. -as-, 1:1 ij . ego, e"c2n Se Front row: Lois Lambert, Janet Johnson, Nancy Schriefer, Ruth Ann Lake, Lo Ann Sunnen, Joyce McCue, Roberta Bam- hart, Sonja Monk, DonnaSchriefer, Helen Krones. Second row: Miss Brix, Dorothy Chase, Melva Rodda, Lois Rade- macher, Joyce Decker, Judy Caw Hon, Marlee Tholen, Kathleen Brockrnan, Shirley Wilken, Miriam Boebel, Eleanor Peters, Joann Orr, Sally Albee, Mal fella Lambert. Third row: Barbara Alberts, Pat Strubbe, Reva Focken, Irma Peters, Darlene Strough, Joan Small, Deloresnlhlesterhoff, Marion Koets, ht Peer, Gloria Dehm, Jane Martis, Mary Jane Wilkey Fourth row: Ruth Saxma, Harlan Windhorn, Robert Eimen, Ronald Movern, Wayne Decker, Leo Krones, Steve Krones, Rella Trepton. Ruth Wilken, Geraldine Gul Cm. Fifth row: Gerry Orr, Roger Dryer, Jerry Whittler, Robert Hilgert, Dale Wilken, Ronald Busch, Richard Crawford, Jlm Strasma, Kenneth Perdue, Ed Miller. V N :QM wi' 5 . gil- , W 4 Q Q ,S ... Msn Q- .. .A,x WN : .r- L H W F 1 -M-W-w+-W Q H ' 1 A -Kvileim,-,qidmgg fgf M - -'QTeg:fiT4fSif1s . . x, - X Q 3 5.2:-:fi - si x all in-we-25 'ln . ..gA .W . ww, W. - A 11 -EY LT .1 Q 55 Q 3 g x X ax XA X x Qix S A Wig x 19365 gs . , Us V- ',JAgv,Lff S fr . .' 'E e.,...,.W..+,,aM : 4 , g Q Us 5 E X' vf xf ' ' 5 f zglliwai Q K 5 ,. ' ff nik ? gs -I mgwfl -1 MM--,mm ,. "T,,,..,,.,.M.-W f, . ww, ,. A .FM Susana --my-run. 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Bottom row, left to right: Robert Eimen, Steve Krones, Ron Schoolman, Jack Hoy, Ken Perdue, lim Strasma, Dale Kraft, Robert Rife, Max Brewer, Iirn Phillips, Dale Saathoff, Lowell Hamilton. Second row: Coach Len Burt, Ronald Weber, Everett Lanen, Howard Miller, Roland Zachago, Ron Busch, Gerry Whittler, Robert Hilgent, Donald Reitz, Martin Rademacher, Charles Clasen, Assistant Coach Bob Freeman, Manager Dennis Chase, Third row: Henry Duits Bob Small, Don Walsh, Ed Smith, Lawrence Hitz, Tom Schroeder, Norman Seidentop, Richard Savoie, Iirn Kuiper, Don Martis. Fourth row: Don Gerdes, Robert Arends, Harold Peters, Dennis Conrad, Don Miller, Harlen Windhorn, Roger Dryer, Gerry Orr, Dale Straxma, Clifford Schoolman. fMiasing - Leo Kronesj. 'HT' w 0 0 Z 4 Z Z P -wx Q N S fr 1 Q gms Q N Wx +. 3 ,-6. ix k .gy - : ch :NAI X igxw: ' " ' 5 w wk X it 'x FRA as AM Mri K -ws ' .QX , V dw J' .. , . ws ,X,f"' W- 'QS R ,f"""x U x-X x Q . f ff' 5 V 1 N7 ,QW I wh -2 N51 .Max YF, , j wafl ix . Kneeling: Manager Ken Purdue, Max Brewer, Ed Miller, Ron Busch, Dennis Hooker, Dale Saathoff, Manager Leroy Perzee, Standing: Coach Bob Freeman, Jim Phillips, Howard Miller, Dean Sjuts, John Bargmann, Bob 244056411 Kneeling, Manager Leroy Perzee, Coach Len Burt, Manager Ken Perdue, Standing, First row: Don Walsh, John Bargmann, Howard Miller, Robert Hilgert, Gerry Whittler, Dennis Conrad, Harold Peters, Don Martis Second row: David Hooker, Gerry Kimmel, Ed Smith, Norman Seidentop, Tom Schroeder, Don Miller, Roger Dryer, Gerry Orr, Eimen. jx,i-3? ' t f mmm .6 Nm if 'K V39 'L 4 snuaun-:mu ' X N' Q gl?- fl-b iff ir. S as MVA 6 W ,sl 'WK wasps-new NW ' Q A xg ?-Q ummm X? Q N' A We Qi ,.,.. ..f K 4 Z H, 4. K inf? ' - , , 5 "' 5 K5 'ir ai X 4 : .-1, W : . 1 If ly K ,N ' ist A' Q W r ' 5 'Vf K K- ,L k :ff A Q S 4 V1 5 , ,br N, 'u , 1 EQ . X693 XM? C, L 2 , W 'Lf V7 '-5 Q. . E . 5 if 4- xv, Q xwav I . " 5 ff-Hi 4.QQ?'Y' YS " J j"fT 3 Q QQ gmff5J'W? T I RW lun- v. ,,..av 'llU"m,4sY' 1Mv.2r1 5 A 'Y 5. Q, 1 A L A .ix.,Q.,. M, 'Q' ,X ,Q , A Q - . -, X gy Q dk .Q A gf A H ai Ill" "fix , r A 1-Q, asf 35159 A x V ' X X Y 1 ' as '35 vm? if' f X' ., xv f 'Q M9 K w f f. - - -- pi-Q . J 'x -'S kk., x K . x ,Q A 1 BASKETBALL SCORES VARSITY OPPONENT Crete Central St. Patrick Momence Onar ga St. Anne Watseka Momence Milford Bradley FRESH-SOPH Crete Central St. Patrick Momence Onar ga St. Anne Watseka Momence Milford Bradley WE THEY 55 64 56 59 1 o 58 65 56 62 45 63 52 81 50 49 65 66 45 63 51 33 40 32 46 47 49 34 29 40 y 39 43 41 '12 36 39 57 43 52 68 BASEBALL SCORES Onar ga St. Anne Bradley Momence Donovan St. Anne Gilman 8 Gilman 6 Gilman 2 Gilman 1 - Gilman 1 Gilman 2 FOOTBALL SCORES OPP. PL. GIL. OPP. Central H 0 - - 0 Crete T 0 - - 0 Watseka T 12 - -19 Reddick T 33 - - 0 Bradley H 0 - -19 St. Patrick H 2 - - 0 St. Anne T 12 - - 0 Onarga T 6 - -19 Momence H 12 - - 6 Season's Record Won 4, Lost 3, Tied 2 TRACK SCORES Apr 2 Urbana ---- ? Gilman - - - 1 112 Apr. 8 St. Anne - - 51 Gilman - - - 44 112 Onarga - - - 52 112 Apr 13 Gilman - - - 33 112 Central - - - 81 114 Herscher - - 44 114 Apr. 15 Central - - - '71 112 Buckley - - - 30 112 Gilman - - - 46 Apr. 22 Momence - - 62 Gilman - - - 55 Apr 23 Gilman - - - 31 314 Onarga - - - 56 314 O.M.S. - - 51 112 Apr. 27 Watseka - - -'74 314 Onarga - - - 40 112 Gilman - - - 25 314 Apr 29 Gilman - - - 61 , Crete ---- 51 - ' 1,3 ' Va -'F an , fi' Front row: Ronald Webber, Joella Zerdin, Mary Jane Wilkey, Sally Albee, Joann Orr, Miriam Boebel, Mr Stewart. Second row: Mary Hendrichs, Marian Koets, Ruth Wilken, Rella Trepton, Joan Small, Lois Jones Lois Lambert. Top row: Dale Kraft, Ron Schoolman, Everett Lanen, Roland Zachgo. iQSi F3 Q xr W wviwmn I X to .rm K. ,,. H, :.,.u::4 I HI .' Papefz Staff E ill in- n1 -lui-1-:ui .1-in-init ig u-n-l-uni llun1 ,sw-xiiufmlwxzi f l-lONOl2'-'SOCIETY Front row: Ruth Wilken, Pat Harms, Joan Small, Back row: Darlene Strough, Jim Strasma, Dale Sally Albee, Joann Orr, Eleanor Peters, Miriam Wilken, Rolland Zachgo, Ronald Weber, Mr. Boebel. Stewart, Melva Rodda. Cl RCVLVS ATINVS Front row: Ruth Saxsrna, Joella Zserdin, Ruth Wilken, Rella Trepton, Miriam Boebel, Sally Albee, Joann Orr Virginia Zachgo, Melva Rodda, Back row: Geraldine Guren, Marcella Lambert, Jim Phillips, Jack Hoy, Bill Jones, Rolland Zachgo, Jim Lewellen, Charles Classen, Marvin Kuiper, Bonnie Borchers, Mary Henrichs, Mr Stewart, 1. . . n- 1 - ul i- First row: Joyce Decker, Mary Henrichs, Dee Westerhoff Reva Focken Bonnie B h , , orc ers, Kathleen Brockman, Shirley Wilken, JoAnn Page, Patty Woodard, Marcella Lambert, Helen Krones, Ruth Ann Lake, Nancy Schriefer, Joella Zerdin, Dorothy Chase, Roberta Bamhart, LoAnne Sunnen, Second rowg Patsy Leisure, Lois Rademacher, Ruth Wilken, Pat Harms, Irma Peters, Ruth Saxsma, Barbara Alberts, Norma Koehler, Marlee Tholen, Rella Trepton, Eleanor Peters, Miriam Boebel, Sally Albee, Joann Orr, Judy Read, Lois Lambert, Marian Koets, Sonja Monk, Joyce McCue, Donna Schriefer, Jane Martis, Third row: Mary Jane Wilkey, Joanne Strough, Joyce Gocken, Josephine Henshew, Shirley Eiben, Sandra'Lambert, Lois Jones, Pat Strubbe, Pat Peer, Alice Dexter, Pat Hanlon, Beverly McMillan, Judy Cawthorn, Gloria Reighel, Donna Rife, Julia McMillan, Janet Johnson, Geraldine Medendorp, Virginia Zachgo, Carol Frerichs, Ann Warneke, Patty Zirkle, Geraldine Guren. Fourth row: Kay Baker, Nancy Crawford, Betty Henshew, Kay Movem, Joan Henrichs, Darlene Strough, Joan Small, Gloria Dehm, Sandra Hensler, Lois Hiedeman, Shirley Zirkle, Melva Rodda, Bea Tammen Shirley Zillins Fem Z' kl , , ir e, Donnabelle Hanlon, Carol Munson, Ruth Sunnen, Beverly Stemke, Kathleen Campbell, Miss Lasora, Safacdlicuc Front row: Dennis Chase, Ronald Zachgo, Dale Wilken, Harlan Windhom, Ronald Kruger, John Bargmann, Ronald Movern, Dean S juts, Cecil Bull, Kenneth Curtis, Clifford Schoolman, Jerry Tammen, Robert Lange, John Fruin, Second row: Ernest Schuler, Jim Dexter, Marvin Kuiper, Rolland Zachgo, Jack Hoy, Ernest Curtis, Robert Rife, Gene Miller, David Neeland, Bob Purcell, Bill Miller, LeRoy Perzee, Bob Fiets, Lawerence Hitz, Kenneth Cotter, Third row: Mr. Burt, Roy Wilken, Steve Krones, Jim Lewellen, Jim Strasma, Jim Phillips, Everett Lanen, Leo Krones, Martin Rademacher, Don Reitz, Dennis Conrad, Russell Haskins, Don Coordes, Larry Landers, Lowell Hamilton. :Wm swam., 7.7.1. Front row: Mr. Lubben, Wayne Decker, Ed Miller, Leo Krones, Ronald Movern, Steve Krones, Second row: Harold Peters, Robert Rife, Harlan Windhorn, John Bargemann, Gene Miller, Donald Coordes, John Fruin, Third row: Russel Haskins, Don Reitz, Dean Sjuts, Bill Miller, Lloyd Anderson, LeRoy Perzee, Ernest Schuler, Fourth row: Dale Kraft, Ronald Schoolman, Ronald Kruger, Cecil Bull, Ronald Zachgo, Clifford Schoolman, I erry Tammen, Roy Wilken. -'ef' ,R mfg., . , .vs 5, . 7 Q' ,' Q . ,. ' -. , I . N", 5 , S, .V -. 9' 4- E fl , W ' lm.. pry. -my , - .'4 Vi' W, iw we Q Yr' ...L randi' First row: Lois, Pat, Miss Lasota, Joanne, Joyce, Sally, Joan, Roberta, Jane, Pat, Reva, Dee. Second row: Mary, Sandra, Shirley, Patsy, Joan, Loanne, Sonja, Donna, Lois, Gloria, Nancy, Ruth, Kathy, Beverley, Lois. Third row: Dorothy, Pat, Judy, Marcella, Helen, Shirley, Marlee, Beverley, Geraldine, Joyce, Joan, Pat, Alice, Eleanor. Fourth row: Donna, Gloria, Donna, Barbara, Judy, Carol, Janet, Julia, Shirley, Bee, Kathy, Kay, Joyce. Fifth row: Nancy, Josephine, Joanne, Anne, Carol, Kay, Marian. Darlene, Bonnie, Ruth, Beverley Betty. Eafmml I is X ", iii-Q55 .R , iii Q 53? S 4. .QM E K if iv 'Nbr emhfz ?Z44f ...ua fcaabfz-Seouin pecan i.. 8 9' "" Q .,, s sp Y L? N , N QKQ A X 3 x is .Q K sg, .mam - an ,ANWQ Q3 -J gmdwfw JV., I :T 0.2 474.5 5 Q P4-t q",7 " fm, iv ,QR Roh Bev 5? MJ-Y jawn G 1 'S ' 0 9-s Mdflln 'Q 3 Q,..4. 0 6,0 J ol as 2,:1'Paf ,JCL K 343, Y,-"X 4,3 LQ .xfxf QS PF A' Q P, ,,, gg :'..L'f7f-M U 'ln Q Q 3" A Q2"' W Q, ,a M, is is -A Q Q. W: 5 sf 3 5 mf 3 -H Q M irii 'K fs", nf AU' 'Y 8 ,QQ 'Q ' ' ' A x ig V b f::M . L ni ' Q ki V rfb' W' 4 .. "xy 5 mu9'fQ Qi X .. , . F' 'IM SN-'Wi ""T , , , Q 'Ars' "' ' I5 Q dlu.ylf' mfilkxi-Signal!! ...xx pl IW- 4 ' if ,ri A-Si K H W" -wmwm-rw ' P ...- Q. 2i Q -.M vi . 5 5 3 52 Tw ii-vp ? 5' 4,p,5?' 'L il Eff W- Iwbnxwww-, hgh Fai' QS tm E i -5 Q ' if mx., M4 -Li. My 11' 'GK 3' LA N A ! il ,X fm sw 1 Y 'Vi "!b..MNw ,4 N .'., ' 'as 'QW x i , A .-. 4 ,M :Ai g n Q " fW A l , v .. A - , . Il? A 4 NN A ,ul Q4 7 ,av . K Q P' "J uug lc" wf ww'35Vi,K Wdludp We, the members of the Senior Class of 1954 of Gilman High School, being of sound mind and body, do hereby publish our last will and testament, revoking any previous will or wills made by us: To the new High School we leave all the nail holes in the old one. To next year's Seniors we will all the worries of the Carnival. To the new Juniors we bequeath new gum scrapers for eighth hour. To next year's Sophomores we will a date for every week. To the incoming Freshmen we will the football tires and all the upside-down locks. To Mr. McCormick, a skeleton. To Mr. Douglas, some imaginary risers. To Mr. Orr, a new blue suit to replace his brown one. To Miss Lasota, some more hair. To Mr. Lubben, a boy that will produce two hundred bushels of corn. To Miss Stecher, a husband l ! I l To Mr. Burt, our wet jerseys and near case of pneumonia. To Mr. Stewart, some hair growing tonic. To Miss Beagley, a "Yes" to Marvln's proposal to attend the Alumni with him. To Miss Brix, a first for all the Choruses. To Mr. Kessler, a smoking room cleaner than the boiler room. To Mr. Freeman, a forty-two inch belt. To Edith and Fern, a new menu for Thursday's to replace barbecues. To Slim and Ray, one gallon of gas for their lawn mower. To Irma, all the mixed-up lunch numbers. To the Construction Workers, all their off-nine songs. I, Dee Westerhoff, will my corny jokes no Rylland Reilly. I, Sandra Tholen, will my height and posture to Pat Woodard. I, Sally Albee, will my cheerleading ability to Geraldine Medendorp. I, Ron Busch, bequeath all my dates ln High School to my sister. I, Pat Strubbe, will my shyness to LoAnne Sunnen. I, Roberta Barnhart, will my cast to Miss Stecher. I, Darlene Strough, will my good grades to Ken Cotter. I, Richard Crawford, will my carload of girls to Cecil Bull. I, Beverly Schriefer, will my diamond to Jane Martis. I, Dennis Hooker, bequeath my cider jug no Lowell Hamilton. I, Lois Jones, will my blond hair to Ruth Anne Lake. I, Jim Lewellen, bequeath my place in the hall to Dale Saathoff. I, Joann Orr, leave "Helm" PERIOD. I. Eleanor Peters, will all ,the paper I've picked up in third hour study hall to Mr. Burt. I, Robert Rife, leave my place ln Crescent City to John Bargmann. I, Lois Lambert, will my height to 'Shorty' Wilken. I, Melva Rodda, will four packs of Juicy Fruit to next year's Bookkeeping Class. I, Reva Focken, will my long, waving hair to Kathleen Campbell. I, Miriam Boebel, bequeath Ron Busch to Crescent City while I'm at college. I, Mary Henrichs, will my third finger on my left hand to any eligible boy. I, Pat Peer, leave my television blouse to Miss Beagley. I, Joan Small, bequeath Dennis Hooker to Joann Orr. I, Ronald Schoolman, will all of Sally's callers three doors East. I, Everett Lanen, will my lnabilityto interest the girls to Max Brewer. I, Joyce McCue, leave my tight skirts to Pat Leisure. I, Sonja Monk, leave my ability to slop the hogs to Janet Johnson. I, Ken Perdue, bequeath my kettle drums to Gloria Reighel. I, Marian Koets, will my ability no go with only two boys during my four years of High School to Judy Read. l. Dale Kraft, leave my place down in the office at the Conference table with Mr. Orr, to Leo Kroner. ln the year of 1976, the Senior Class of 1954 gathered for a Class Reunion at a southern plantation called the Carlson Acres, built by Jim Lewellen, construction engineer, owned by our former classmate, Robert Rlfe. First to arrive was one of the more prominent citizens of Milwaukee, Pat Strubbe. Married four times, she now owns one of the largest brewerles in the state. Pat was elected to serve the refreshments. Second to arrive is Ken Perdue, the conductor of the Boston Pops Orchestra with his ' wife, the former Melva Mary Rodda, who ls first flutlst ln his orchestra. Next to arrive in a Ford station wagon, was one of our more bashful classmates, the former Mary l-lenrlchs, who now devotes her time to her husband and her twelve kids. Then. in a chauffeurred limousine, came Sally Albee, who has just had a hospital for the Blind named ln her honor. Sandra Tholen, the famous artist recently arrived from her Paris exhibition, came next with Roberta Barnhart who cleans Sandra's brushes for her. Then came Lois Jones, now a famous lady wrestler with her parmer, Everett Lanen. Together they are now called 'The Ferocious "l.'s. " Joan Small, the famous lawyer, drove up next with her client, the former Lois Lambert, whose divorce case Ioan has just handled. Then, in an old '46 Plymouth rattled up Ronnie Busch and his wife, the former Miriam Boebel, with their five boys who form the famous 'Busch Quintet' scheduled to play against the Harlem Globe Trotters soon. Next was Pat Peer who runs a huge gambling casino called "Peer's One-Arm Bandits. " Darlene Strough is working there as one of the Chorus Girls. Richard Crawford is here, still dragging around his carload of girls. He is now the chauffeur for one of the leading girls' colleges ln the country. Joyce McCue, now known as Fifi l.aToure, who won the French Academy Award last year, ls arriving in her souped-up Jet Supersonick Oldsmobile manufactured by that world-famous car typhoon, Dale Draft, who is reportedly raking ln the money by the barrels full. Incidentally, Fifi began her career with her now famous line, 'Great Day ln the Morning! " Joann Orr, now teaching kindergarten at C. U. has just arrived with two of her problem students. She purposely brought them along to be physco-analyzed by Sonja Monk, whose fame is renowned as a psychologist. ' Mrs. J. B. Gotalrocks IV, the former Reva Focken, has just arrived with her husband. She met him while working in his employ. Marian Koets and Beve Schriefer, now Mrs. Clyde Rulison and Mrs. Durrel Henrichs, respectively, are celebrating their twentieth wedding anniversaries this week at the Reunion. Dee Westerhoff, now happily married, is just arriving. Dee finally made it qto the altar, of course.J Here comes Ron Schoolman, now an Executive of the Texas Gas Company, through a certain pull, in his Cattlelac car. Eleanor Peters, who just won the 310, 000 Pillsbury Contest with one of the heaviest angel foods in the history of baking is furnishing a sample for all. ' And, at last, here comes Dennis Hooker, still bringing up the rear. Dennis is trying for the position of first-class potato peeler in the Coast Guards. If promoted, he will receive a new potato peeler guaranteed for 20, 000 spuds. Well. that completes the roll call for the Class of '54--and just in time too, for I see that the Reunion is getting under way. A1's I,G,A, Supermarket, Gilman Arends's Barber Shop, Gilman Arnold Co. , Lulu Langellier, Gilman Attomey Fred Raney Miller, Gilman Baxter and Hansen, Superway Store, Gilman Ben Franklin Store, Gilman Beyer, George, Gilman Blankenburg Photographers, Kankakee Bogard. J. D. , Gilman Bradbury Plumbing and Heating, Gilman Bradshaw Beauty Shop, Gilman Chevrolet Sales, Ray Miller, Gilman Contractors, Alben Mulder, Gilman Contractors, B. J. Gerdes and Son, Gilman Contractors, Lester Schroeder, Danforth Contractors, 0. G. Woolsoncroft, Gilman Cook Shoe Shop, Gilman Decker's Electric, Danforth Decker's Feed Store, Danforth Doctor Ryland Buckner, M, D. , Gilman Doctor E. V, Henderson, D,C, , Gilman Doctor Melvin T. Rodda, D,D,S, , Gilman Dnctor K. C. Rowe, D,D,S., Gilman Doctor K, G, Talbot, 0,D. , Gilman Eden's Store, Danforth Farmers' Elevator Co. . Danforth Farmers' Pilmeel Mutual Insurance Co. , Geo, Henrichs, Danforth Farmers' State Bank, Danfmth Farr's Cafe and Service Station, Gilman Farr's Motel, Gilman First National Bank, Gilman Frey Hybrid Corn Co. . lnc. . Gilman Frobish Photo Service, Onarga Fruin's Secure Insurance, Gilman Gamble's Store, Gilman Gilman Lumber Co. , Gilman Gilman Market and Locker, Gilman Gilman Motor Co. , Gilman Gilman Star, Gilman Hot Lunch Program, Fem and Edith. Gilman Hubert Produce, Gilman Insurance, Charles E, Gray and Son, Onarga Insurance, Herman Kohl. Danforth Insurance, Alvin Wilken, Danforth James Candies and Tobacco, Chatsworth J, 8a D. Market, Danforth Jerry's Department Store, Gilman Jones and Son Barber Shop, Gilman Jones Dairy, Gilman Kietzman's Radio Shop, Gilman Kuiper's Sales Co. , Gilman La Hogue Grocery, Orval Black, La Hogue L. 8: R. Produce, Gilman Lowell Hoit and Co. . Gilman Mahoney Office Machines. Kankakee McCue, Mac and Gladys, Crescent City Michigan Fruit Co. , Gilman Modem Beauty Shop, Gilman Muller's Service Station, Danforth Orr, W. O. . Sales and Service, Gilman Palace Theater, Gilman Paxton Typewriter Co. . Bloomington Post House, Gilman Preisser Machine Shop, Gilman Redenius Se Albee, Gilman Reitz, LaVeme, Gilman Roeder Hardware, Gilman Sad Sack Drive In, Gilman Sager Glove Corporation, Gilman Salomon and Son, Texaco, Gilman S. 8: S. Appliance, Gilman Shepherd Flower Shop, Gilman Shule, Art, Danforth Siedentop Hardware and Furniture, Gilman Siems Welding, Danforth Tammen, Dale W. , Grain, Coal, Seeds, La Hogue Trepton, Otto, Gilman Trucking, Ervin Conrad and Sons, Danforth Trucking, Clyde Coyne, Gilman Trucking, Les Hartke, Gilman Undertaker Bemard Reilly, Gilman Underwood's Chicken House, Gilman Walgreen's Dmg Store, Gilman Walker, Lewis M. , Gilman Walker's Egg Grading Station and Hatchery, Gilman Wessel's Flying Service, Gilman Wolgast, Edward, Danfcxth YEARBOOK DALLAS - TEXAS A LITHOGRAPHED -1---.v....-... Nga.. W---Q - .,,f ,..: un-aw......u.-...-..... W., ..w...,,,...MW.n....-..m.,,,,,, W1 gh f-- Q ff nfl! wg . Vs 4 5 I Q4 I cf- s N'w.,km Q. M fwfk-V 114-... . Y W -r .e .WA-M . p,w, 3-.L 50.4 as QM ti Lf 1 'D' l ,W g S' w 565, K f 2 ? aww Q 5 , Y . " 'qea9r fnw , jf' -QM 6Ys"f M' M M hw-Nm' "WN-ev-w. ,ms-NNN MXSKSQ M261 -F 'S '4 an X A h QW? 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