Kewanee High School - Kewanite Yearbook (Kewanee, IL)

 - Class of 1951

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1950 NQVE sun Mon H-r ER 950 1011 20. 271' ' . .LJ r F NOVEMBER Miss Ewan: "Can anyone tell me what causes trees to become petrified?" Pat Shunick: "The wind makes them rocky." All that Walking for nothing. Why? Be- cause somebody rang the bell 15 min' utes ahead of time. The last home game and we tied Peoria Woodruff 12-12. Rah! Yehl Team! Nice going! Are you a Democrat or a Republican? Me? l'm a Prohibitionist. Thats right. We went to the "polls" today and voted. He: "If you'll give me your telephone number 1'll call you up sometime." She: "1ts in the book." He: "Finei Whats your name?" She: "Thats in the book too." Seen in typing 1: Em Lindbeck cracking his gum in time With the typewriters. Those Seniors are really working hard on the class play. They're even having night rehearsals now. Mary Dura: "l saw your advertisement that you recover umbrellas l'd like mine recovered," Clerk: "Where is it?" Mary: "lt 1 knew that l'd recover it my- self." After reading the printing on an eraser, Ierry Glancey asked: " 'Soap rubber', huh? Can you wash with it?" 126 Ray Heinrich leaving College English: "f'Come let me clutch thee'." loan Kazubowski: "You fresh thing." Mrs. Brockman: "tm ashamed of you. When I was no bigger than you 1 could recite all the Presidents off in order without hesitation." Phil Good: "Yeah, but there was only three or four of them then." FLASH: Dannie fDing-Dingl Rodgers has a new contract with KHS Class Plays as sound effects man. "What do you desire, my brave, To give your cold relief?" "Its a linen cloth," said Hiawatha, "For which 1 hanker, chief." What did you say your name was? Does this face belong to you? Thats right. Freshman, Sophomore, and Iunior Ke- wanite pictures were passed out today. Boy, am I glad its 3:4151 No more school for four heavenly Thanksgiving Vacation days. Back to school. Gee, I wish Thanksgiv- ing came once a week. Report card day gets worse all the time. "Dad, gimme a dime?" "Son, don't you think you're getting too big to be forever begging for dimes?" "1 guess you're right, Dad. Gimme a dollar, will ya?"

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SUN MONK 1950 OCTOBER 1950 Mil 5 OCTOBER Mr. Brooks! Look at your arm! Your T.B. test really looks bad! FLASH: Dottie Mills and Betty Zang candidates for Homecoming Queen. Treats for rooms rating lOO9? in K Chron- icle drive. Lucky kids! Why does Pat Francis like "Mr. Touch- down" so well? Any similarity to peo- ple .... '? Crusade for Peace Charter came around, but Allen Livek thinks that things won't be so peaceful when Mrs. Brockman sees his history notebook. Eva Lou Camp was terrified, but "Booby" Chord was armed with bravery as he gallantly whispered "go 'way" to a tiny bee in Iournalism class. Knock, Knock. Who's there? Kilroy. Kilroy who? Kill Roy Rodgers, l'rn Hopalong Cassidy. No school !!!!!!! Miss Harrod had a birthday party for Virgil. He's just a "babe in arrnsuftwo thousand seventy years old. I've been carrying a four by six little card around all day, but do l dare carry it home? Teachers their fuses blow, As students from class rooms go. More Kewanite pictures. Have you gotten your excuse to work on the float? Hurry up! The dean's of- fice is really crowded. All that work for Homecoming was really worth it. Don't you think so? The parade was the best ever. Dotty sure looked darling as our queen. The assembly was enough to kill a person Cwith laughter, of coursel. Look at all those tired faces!!! Sure was a busy weekend, but loads of fun!!!!! Won't you ever grow up? Miss Gibson had to weed out several seniors who wanted their Hi-Y pictures taken twice. Patsy Snider and Rusty Iensen are flashy square dancers in their plaid shirts at the Bi-Phy-Chem and FFA Hallowe'en Party. That assembly was a scream! He's cute too! I sure hope Mr, Wheeler comes back soon and finishes talking about radio and television. FLASH: Coach H. F. Brockman voted Queen of East Peoria Homecoming. Con- gratulations, Brock! All the spooks were out for Halloween. I didn't know there were so many haunt- ing faces in KHS. 131



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1950 sun y DECEMBER 1950 'l'l IE X31 25 DECEMBER Heard in College English: Alice Demmler: "Wasn't Milton an intro- vert?" Busty lensen: "I thought he was an Englishman." Mr. Denning: "What is the most out- standing product that chemistry has given to the world?" Iohn Stewart: "Blondes" Heport cards came out again today. l guess l'd better turn over a new leaf and study harder. "Gee, is it ever big!" "Look at all those lights." Wouldn't it be nice if the Student Coun- cil furnished a Christmas tree the year around? All that Christmas music in the audi- torium was caused by the Choir and Glee Clubs. Guess l'll go to the Christmas Concert tonight, if it's going to be as good as that was. Miss lohnson: "What is a cuplet?" Bill lenkins: "A short couple!" Bay Heinrich: "Naw a small cup!" "Do you know who has my name?" The Tri-Hi-Y secret pals sure are keeping themselves secret. Saw Christina Caras looking for a big Christmas tree guess eight feet is tall enough isn't it Tina? l 3 Bob Roper has begun worrying about Knapp and l don't mean what's on a rug. Chick Addis is now using a typewriter instead of a fountain pen. Seems he wrote too many Christmas cards. Sure was a good movie in assembly to- day on safety, Anybody seen loe around lately? Christmas is really in the air now: the K Chronicle put out their special Christmas issue today. All I can say is: "That lucky football team! Some of them got out of school today to go, by bus, to see Marty O'Con- ner play on Notre Dames team at lowa. :'Booby" Chord, after socking a down- town Santa in the nose, said, "Thats for last year' -now what about this Christ- mas?" Due to a "technical breakdown" our extra special Christmas assembly was slightly shortened today. But we all got back in- to the Christmas spirit when we heard the Latin class sing carols and the teach- ers reading stories. After hearing "The Littlest Angel" over the inter-com, cer- tain male members of the College Eng- lish class decided to go to Hollywood and see Loretta Young. Twas the night before Christmas, And all through the house, Not a creature was stirring, Not even lack Rouse. FRI if SAT

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