Kewanee High School - Kewanite Yearbook (Kewanee, IL)

 - Class of 1951

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112 19. 26 1951 FEBRUARY Tl I: FEBRUARY Carol Palmer: "Have you read this joke yet?" Kayleen Hagberg: "I read it in band." Carol Palmer: "That's funny, I read it in writing." Mr. Artz, while discussing moods: "Take this sentence, 'Let the cow be taken to the pasture' What mood?" Dale White: "The cow." Mr. Denning: "Which is farther away, the moon or China?" Iohn Stuart: "China" Mr. Denning: "Why China?" lohn Stuart: "Cause we can see the moon any clear night and we can't see China." What an assembly! Brother! I guess the Kewanite staff really knows how to put one on, doesn't it? Those "Chorus Girls" sure were a scream!!!!! Miss Ewan: "What pine has the longest and sharpest needles?" Donna Goode: "A porcupine." "Our American Cousin" visited KHS and Burke Elliott is interested in buying that plaid suit for the formal. What poor girl are you taking, Burke? Mr. Fairfield: "How far were you from the correct answer?" Roy Schueneman: "Only three seats!" What did Abraham Lincoln ever do for us? Why, he gave us an excuse not to have school today!!! What measurements! The boys are all saying they'll have to wear high heels for graduation, too. They're afraid they will be too short. Wonder how our caps and gowns are going to fit. Cupid was in his full glory today, but one of his arrows took a detour when a certain girl received this one: As a beauty, you are not a star There are others more lovely by far: But your facefryou don't mind it, Because you're behind it: lt's the people in front that you jar. One good thing about all this ice, it saves walking! Gee, aren't the decorations beautiful! Look at all those dreamy dresses! The guys even look nice! What a wonderful Mid-Winter Formal this year. Everyone looks kinda sleepy today. l wonder why. Miss Frank: "Tell me one use for cow- hide." Tina Caras: "lt keeps the cow together." Great men are always born on holidays. But "l cannot tell a lie," I'm mad at George Washington, he didn't get the day off for us. Mrs. Hamm: "Don't you know the King's English?" Ralph Swett: "Of course, he wouldn't be king if he wasn't." As you can see this wasn't leap year, but the girls all seem to be doing ok anyway. 1951 Fm: AT

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1951 JANUARY 1951 SUN 14 IWON 1 5 A , ,f lANUARY 4 5 8 9 lO ll 12 i5 l6 Everyone had such an "eager to study" look as they came back to school after a super-deluxe vacation. Only one thing wrong with it, it didn't last. Coach to the basketball team: "You've all heard about intlationrflets beat it! Now go on out there and get me a raise! " Mrs. Brockman: "Dont tell me you don't know Lincoln's Gettysburg Address!" Shirley Portman: "Honest, Mrs. Brock- man, l didn't even know he lived there." Mondo Lopez to lack Annett as lack slipped on the ice: "Landing on both elbows and your chin isn't my idea of a three point landing!" A very familiar conversation: Miss lohnson: "Tom, can you answer that question Tom Bronson: "l couldnt hear it." Miss Iohnson: "Maybe if you'd be quiet you could." ?,, Miss Putz: "Name two pronouns." Phoebe Laymon: "Who? Me?" l wonder what happened to the movie we were supposed to have today! Alter all that rehearsing, if we don't know the school song by now we never will. lo lnghels: "l just discovered l have an idiosyncrascyf' Marilyn Knapp: "ls it catching?" Rosalie Kramer: Aoi course l like Allen. The more Tm around him--fwell, he grows on you." lean Eisenbarth: "Like a leech?" l8, l9 "Gee, l wish l'd have studied harder." When else do you hear these comments except at beloved semester time?" ln Home Room lO6: Bill lenkins: "Any Student Council re- port?" Ray Heinrich: "No meeting." Bill lenkins: "Any lunior Red Cross re- port?" Lorraine lones: "No meeting." Rusty lensen: "Any minutes from the last business meeting?" Bill Ienkins: "Only monkey business." What is always bound to Tollow semester tests? Report card day, naturally. Well, better luck next time, kids!!!!!! The students ot KHS turn radio stars as station WIRL records an assembly to be broadcast later, The playback sounded pretty good, didn't it? I hope it sounds that good on the radio. Have you ever heard of a piano having a garage? Well, our new Steinway does. lt sure is a beauty, isn't it? "Love is sweet And sometimes bitter. Especially when you love a girl And then you can't git her." Who is she, Ronald Nimer? ,FRI SAT

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1951 MARCH 1951 UN . Mo 1 12 19 26 lr lohn Stuart: "l can't say it, but its on the Emily Caras: "Gracious! Don't swallow Mr. Pryor: "State the number of tons of coal shipped out of the United States in MARCH answer, please!" l Half of the varsity basketball team walked t- f t ff out of last period study hall. What's the lp O my Onque' matter? School that bad? it MS arsenic if 2 What a game! The team really came through for the thirteenth time. Nice goin' fellas! Some Regional Tournament, huh? any yearff 5 Miss Harrod: "Ronald, if you don't turn 6 7 8 9 l2 l3 around l'm going to make you sit with her." Ronald Nimer: "You don't have to make me, l'm willing." Mary Dura: "Mom, can you sign your name with your eyes closed?" Her Mother: "Of course! Why?" Mary Dura: "Then, close your eyes and sign my report card." ln case you haven't guessed it, it's report card day. Marjorie Asbell: "What's a ioke?" Annalee Nelson: "You." Hey, we won!!! lf this keeps up at Secf tional Tournament we'll go to State yet!!! lt didn't keep up. Mr. Fairfield: "Give me an example of indirect taxation." lim Stiles: "The dog tax." Mr. Fairfield: "How is that?" lim Stiles: "The dog doesn't have to pay it." Mr. Denning: "Come, come, give me the l3U Barbara Haupt: "l492 none." Heard Pat Arch trying to puzzle out this one: Love is the feeling you feel, when you feel that you're going to feel the feeling you've never felt before. Keep trying, Pat, you'll figure it out yet. Seen in study hall: Gay Francis copying the picture of George Washington off of a dollar bill hm-m-mf counterfeiting??? 3:30 3:35 3:40. Gee, is that clock ever moving slowly!! 3244- Will that bell ever ring? 3:45!!! Hallejuhah! No more school for four wonderful, heavenly, di- vine days, because what else is here but Easter Vacation! Back again to the same old grind. Dont look so sad, Louise, there'll be other va- cations, l hope, that is!!!! Heard in the tunnel, and l won't mention any names: "ls a chicken big enough to eat when its two weeks old?" "Gi course not! " "Then how does it manage to live?" FRI? T SAT 31

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