Lowpoint Washburn High School - Quill Yearbook (Washburn, IL)
- Class of 1952
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On March 27, 1914, the first board of Education of Washburn Town-
ship High School was elected. They included President F. M. Garrett,
B. F. Heighway, Bloom Faw, E. B. Coen, Russel Tweddale, Adolph Wolt-
zen, and W. G. West. In July, Henry H. Lesh and Company was given the
building contract with a bid of 352,700. The faculty for the year
1915-1916 consisted of Ada Krieder, the principal, Guilder Hudson, Eu-
lalia Robinson, Mary Felter, Ferol Eisenhart. The first custodian was
F. A. Combes.
We, the class of l952, being in charge of publishing the llth an-
nual QQ have strived very hard to make it as interesting as
possible. we have chosen the theme of this edition to date back to
the "Gay 9O's" bringing to you the change in costumes and ways of our
ancestors. Also this -QQ.. is to leave behind us a written record of
what we accomplished at Washburn Township High School.
Mr. George Brummet's life was one of devotion to family, to
friends, and to the teaching profession. Our school could not have had
a more tireless and sympathetic worker. He possessed those human qual-
ities so outstanding and so much needed in the school room. Qualities
that endeared him to the student bodyg never too busy to talk over
problems, always interested in student activities, willing to lend a
Mr. Brummet was a friend, a teacher, and a genuine human being.
We shall all be better for his having lived and worked among us.
To Mr. Brummet, in recognition of his untiring efforts in per-
forming his many duties, who always had a cheerful greeting and smile
for everyone, we, the students and faculty of Washburn Township High
School, dedicate this Quill.
Quill Staff Officers
Mrs. Jones, Sponsor, R. Reber, J. Beschorner, D. Ficht, B. Kline, L. Turner,
K. VcCu11y, G. Owen, R. Barnes, G. Cordes, D. Beschorner, Mr. Toms, P. Kemp
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PICTURES OF MEMORIES
Among the beautiful pictures,
That hang on memory's wallg
Are the ones of my school days,
That seem the best of all.
Our cares were few and our friends were trueg
Our griefs were rare and lightg
The world was naught iso fondly we thought!
But a place of genuine delight.
I took my place with a sober face,
And over my desk I would bendg
And hourly pour over that wonderful lore,
And often talk to a friend.
I seem to stand with that youthful band,
As they gather on the greeng
I hear the fun before school has begun,
And I join in the friendly scene.
We shall give to life the best that we have
Stand firm with pride and courage foretell,
We shall strive for a prize, that is worthy the wise
And our glory no mortal can tell.
the fall of 1949, twenty-six very green but willing Freshmen,
their long but happy journey through Washburn High. We chose
that first year as officers: Don Ficht, Presidentg Art Strauch, Vice
President, Susie McNutt, Secretary-Treasurer, and
Marie Sanders, Betty Seaman, and Earnest Schoon.
gained Roberta Reber from Eureka. As a very able
During the year, much to our regret we lost three members--
To offset this we
sponsor that year we
Having lost Dorothy Williams during vacation we returned to our
halls with twenty-three loyal followers. That year as all of
the other Sophomores before us, we sold candy, popcorn, and coke. As
President we had Keith McCullyg Vice President, Dick Beschornerg Sec-
Marilyn Minchg Treasurer, Jean Beschornerg and Reporter, Eve-
lyn Schertz. This year our sponsor was Mr. Baker. We were sorry to
lose Joan Lamphere and Evelyn Schertz at the end of the year, but the
of Jim Oster helped keep our ranks.
Like most Juniors we were very busy students. At the annual Fall
Festival we sold tickets on the concessions. We thought that our Jun-
ior play nStrictly Formaln was a huge success. To lead us through the
busy year, we elected as our officers, Keith McCully, Susie McNutt,
Unzicker, Shirley Oliver, Jean Beschorner, and Dick Beschor-
ner, as President, Vice President, Secretary, Treasurer, Reporter, and
Student Council representative respectively. Wedding Bells rang for
Marilyn Minch that year. To our rank we added John Van De Veer.
As we came back to our school, we felt as if we were going to
burst with pride at having the name Seniors willed to us. To guide us
through this all important year we chose as our officers, Jean Bes-
chorner, President, Helen Kline, Vice Presidentg
Roberta Reber, Sec-
Beverly Miller, Treasurer, and Dick Beschorner, Student Coun-
cil representative. Our sponsor for this year was Mrs. Jones. Our
Senior Play was nLena Riversn presented December 4. Our twenty mem-
bers were very proud of it. We lost one of our members when Wedding
Bells rang for Shirley Olivers.
We are now planning for the Homecoming Dance. It is February 8
and we have engaged Toby Davidson and his orchestra for the dance. The
theme is St. Valentine's. Candidates for the King and Queen are Keith
McCully, Dick Beschorner, Jim Oster, Julie Giosta, Jean Beschorner,
and Susie McNutt. W
We are looking forward to Commencement exercises. After commen-
cement we plan to spend several days on our Senior trip.
We hope that in the years to come each member of our class will
enjoy himself as much as we have in the past four years. Good luck to
the remaining classes at Washburn High!
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Well, here I am, back to my household tasks again. I know our va-
cation this year will keep my thoughts occupied for a long time and my
work will never be boring. It surely was wonderful to see my high
school class mates again.
On July lO, just five weeks ago today, my husband, our two sons,
and myself left our home here in Cleveland in our new Strauch-O-Crui-
ser. This bar was designed by a former classmate, Jim Barnes. He
finally turned his doodling into something constructive. You have, in
all probability, guessed where the car got it's name. Art Strauch put
all the money he made running the projector at the theatre into an
automobile manufacturing plant. He has a very thriving business now
and Jim is working on another car which will revolutionize the auto-
Now to get back to our vacation. After leaving Cleveland, we
traveled north-eastward to upper New York State. While traveling
through that section of the country we took a tour through the newly
constructed Caterpillar Tractor Company. I had heard that Roger Hahn
was being sent East where he would manage a new business, but I never
dreamed of seeing him there as Vice-President No. 4 of the new Cater-
From there we traveled along the Eastern Seaboard to Atlantic
City. The annual Miss America contest was taking place and who did we
find to be the judge--none other than Jim Oster. Jim explained to us
that this was only a part-time job as he has a chain of grocery stores
to fall back on in case this should get boring to him.
After leaving Atlantic City, we traveled on down the coast to An-
napolis, Maryland, where we toured the Naval Academy. We were very
pleasantly surprised to have Jean Beschorner, now the wife of Admiral
Stanley Winkler, as our hostess. We spent a lovely afternoon and
evening with them. Jean and Stanley's five little sons are going to
make quite a basketball team with their father to coach them and Jean
cheering them on.
The following morning we left this happy family and headed south-
westward into Tennessee. While in Nashville we went to the "Grand Old
Opera.n What did we find as the feature singer--Barbara Miller. She
said that she sang there in her spare time and works as a lady wrest-
ler the rest of the time. I knew the muscles she got in volley ball
came in handy for this role.
The following morning, eager to be on our way again we drove on
West. We were nearing Los Alamos, New Mexico when we began seeing
danger signs which read, "DANGER--LADY SCIENTIST AT WORK." Of course
this made us very curious so we stopped and asked the first man we
saw who this scientist was. He said that it was Carolyn Schultz who
was developing a formula for a rocket fuel which would make a trip to
the moon a two-day jog.
We decided that since we were this close to the Western Coast we
would go on to California. Our first main stop was Hollywood. We were
strolling down Hollywood and Vine when I happened to see a familiar-
looking name on a shop window. I saw it was a beauty salon and no
place for me so I excused myself and went inside. There, putting a
mud pack on a customer was Julie Giosta. She was very surprised to
see me, and after a brief chat I learned that two of her best custo-
mers were Susie McNutt and Norma Garrett. Susie, who was under con-
tract to one of the leading studios invited me to visit her home which
she and her husband, Don Heck, had built. She said that when Don was
not helping her learn her lines, he raised pure-bred sheep in the val-
ley east of Hollywood.
I asked Norma what she was doing in Hollywood and she said that
she was raising and training cats for the movies.
Upon leaving Hollywood we traveled north to San Francisco. We
stopped at a service station to have our car checked when a newsboy
came by yelling "EXTRA! EXTRA!" Exhibition basket tonite at World
famous Cow Palace, Unzicker's Rim Swishers versus San Francisco Mid-
gets.n We watched the game that night and talked to Kenny afterwards.
He said if he had known we were in the crowd he wouldn't have held his
team back but would have let them roll up the score like they used to
do back at Washburn High.
Leaving Kenny and his famous five we started eastward again. We
stopped over at Las Vegas, Nevada to view their famous gambling casi-
nos. 1 was very surprised to hear that John Van De Veer, a former
classmate, was owner of the Golden Nugget. I asked him if he knew the
whereabouts of Gene Owen. He said Gene was a world traveler and lec-
turer and at that time he was open for a week's stay at the Salt Lake
City Little Theatre. John said that the subject upon which Gene was
speaking that time was, nDid Einstein really formulate the theory of
Relativity?n Gene always did go in for deep subjects.
We planned a brief stop-over at Boulder, Colorado, the home of
the University of Colorado. We were strolling through the campus when
we met a distinguished young man walking down the steps of a building
we were-entering. I recognized him to be Dick Beschorner. I asked
him what he was doing there and he said that he was Professor of Math.
Looks as if his high school straight A's paid off.
Our next stop-over was one which we had been planning and looking
forward to for a long time. It was at a large wheat ranch in northern
Nebraska. It was a double reunion for me because I was going to see
my brother Wayne and also Beverly Miller, now his wife. We spent sev-
eral days here and our two sons really had a time playing with their
six cousins. Beverly and I had a long talk about old times and I asked
here where Roberta Reber was. She said that she was living in a small
community in Iowa as the wife of a cattle feeder but at the present
time she and her husband were in Montana looking over some livestock
they were proposing to buy.
Only one more stop and we were homeward bound. This was on a
farm in central Minnesota where Keith McCully and his wife, Pat, were
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living. Keith said that he was about to sell his farm to Don Ficht,
one of the leading agricultural men in the region. I asked Keith why
he was selling his farm if it was such a good one. He said Pat didn't
like living so far from town so they were going back to Illinois where
he was going into the banking business with the Washburn Bank.
What's that burning? Oh! It must be my cake. I was so busy
thinking about my ex-classmates that I forgot all about it. It was
worth it though, just to remember all the wonderful things which hap-
pened back in Washburn High during the time that the class of '52 at-
tended school there.
We, the Senior Class of l952, of Washburn Township High School,
in the County of Woodford, in the State of
mind and good memory, do declare this to be
Illinois, being of sound
our last will and testa-
entire faculty, we leave our best wishes and the hope that
remember us always.
Juniors, we leave our dignity and beloved name Seniors.
Sophomores, we leave our sense of school loyalty.
Freshmen, we leave the hope that they enjoy their next
three years at Washburn Township High School.
I, Jim Oster, bequeath my title WS1tting Bulln to John Robbins.
I, Don Fioht, bequeath my Quill worries to anyone who will take
I, James Barnes, bequeath my masculine figure to Roger Ingold.
I, Julia Giosta, bequeath my shortness to Keith Porch.
I, Helene Kline, bequeath my slim figure to Shirley Ficht.
I, Jean Beschorner, bequeath my love for the Navy to Verna Jean
I, Keith McCul1y, bequeath everything but Pat to Cbne Cordes.
I, Carol Strauch, bequeath my musical ability to Fred Wisenburg.
I, Dick Beschorner, bequeath my WAN average to Don Nuske.
I, Gene Owen, bequeath my curly hair to Bill Gardner.
I, Kenny Unzicker, bequeath my quietness in study hall to Ronnie
I, Roger Hahn, bequeath my way with the women to John Gerber.
I, Art Strauch, bequeath my ability to get out of ninth hour
study hall to Gus White and Cookie Remley.
I, Don Heck, bequeath my basketball ability to Bob Rediger.
I, Caroline Schultz, bequeath love for school to Russell Gray.
I, Beverly Miller, bequeath my ability to sing soprano to George
I, Barbara Miller, bequeath my good nature to Maxine Funk.
I, Roberta Reber, bequeath my quiet ways to Sandy Rae.
I, John Van De Veer, bequeath my fear of the girls to Don Scriv-
f, Susie McNutt, bequeath my small feet to Duane Quiram.
In witness whereof, we have hereto subscribed our names and af-
fixed our seals this sixth day of March in the year of our Lord, one
thousand nine hundred and fifty-two.
Signed, sealed, published, and declared by the Senior Class in our
presence and we, at their request, and in their presence, have here-
into subscribed our names as witnesses on the day mentioned above.
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JAMES OSTER - Heaven's to Betsy, Jim is always good for a laugh.
What would we do without him? Eh, girls!
ART STRAUCH - Art's sunny smile and ready laugh makes him liked by all
and to him life means lots of fun!
JAMES BARNES - Jim is noted for his height. He is really a good sport
once you get to know him.
JULIE GIOSTA - What would we do without Ju1ie's pep and cheerfulness
to keep us happy? I'm sure she will always enjoy life.
SUSIE MCNUTT - Susie is a quiet girl at times. She is fond of saying
"Heck." I wonder why?
HELEN KLINE - The wit of the class, she is never mad and always has a
smile. I don't know how we would get along without her.
BEVERLY MILLER - Bev is everybody's friend. She is very patient at
putting up with Barb's pranks.
BARBARA MILLER - Barb is a very likeable girl with her pleasing per-
sonality and winning smile. Fond of convertibles too.
CAROL STRAUCH - A newcomer to our class is full of fun and ready to
make a great deal out of life.
CAROLYN SHULTZ - A sincere friend indeed is Carolyn. She's always
willing to lend a helping hand.
JEAN BESCHORNER - Jean is the ideal girl for any boy. Her eyes are
always smiling. Her favorite pastime is singing.
DON HECK - Don is a friend to be proud of. Just ask Susie, she ought
to know. He likes basketball too!!
KEITH MCCULLY - Classes were never dull with Keith although his main
interest during his Senior year has been Pat ......
DICK BESCHORNER - DICK IS quiet in school but he is a lot of fun to
be around. You can depend on lots of fun when he arrives.
ROBERTA REBER - Bert, as she is known by her friends, is short and
sweet and best of all there's Lyle.
JOHNNY VAN IE VEER - Though small in size, he is not lacking in vi
tality. He is always there to lend a helping hand.
KENNY UNZICKER - Kenny's the Red Skeleton of the class
see him when he wasn't up to something? And that
well, how do you explain it, girls???
ROGER HAHN - The working boy of the Senior Class. He
up with his studies though. A little on the H
Roger but never lacking in mischief.
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GENE OWEN - Gene is the quiet and mannerly sort of boy.
DON FIGHT - Don is the ideal man. At least a lot of
With his knowledge he could really get somewhere.
girls think so
SENIOR CLASS OFFICERS
Mrs. Jones, Advisorg H. Kline, Vice Presg J. Bwschorner, Pres R Reber, Sec,
B. Miller, Treasg D.
Beschorner, Student Council.
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First Row, Mr. Jones, Advisor, S. Ficht, Pres.g R. Coleson, Vice Pres.g D. Scrivner
Student Council Rep.g Second Row: M. Funk, Reporter, P. Logan, Seoretaryg J. Moore,,
First Row. V. Imhoff, J. Moore, S. Fioht, R. Coleson, R. Rediger, C. Robinson,
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on , S. Rae. Second Row. J. Winkler, M. Vissering, V. Davidson, R. Spicer,
M. Funk, P. Logan, C. Strauch, Mr. Jones, Advisor. Third Row- H. Aaherbranner,
D. Nuske, J. Gerber, J. Robbins, G. Cordes, F. lisenburg, D. Serivner, E. Prin-
SOPHOMORE CLASS OFFICERS
Mr. Harris, Advisory G. McCu11y, Reporterg G. Adami, Treasg D. Quiram, Pres, B.
Emery, Secg L. Turner, Vice Pres.
SO PHOMORE CLASS
First Rom N. Shertz, A. Fitch, J. Owen, Mr. Harris, Advisor, G. Kizor, M. Bel
tramee., S. Hahn. Second Rom J. Barnes, B. Renken, E. Turner, D. Quiram, J.
Wallace, G. McCu11y, J. Delaney, L. Turner. Third Row: R. Gray, G. Adami, Gun
White, D. Renkenberger, G. Remley, R. Bernius, R. Emery, R. Ingold.
FRESHMEN CLASS OFFICERS
First Rowe R. Vissering, Student Counsilg J. Glaub, Sec. and Treasg D. whirl, Presg
B. Gardner, Vice-Presg Mr. Condit, Advisor. Second How-B. Turner, Reporter.
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R. Van Heusen, P. Zenzen, S. DuBois, G. Tweedale. Third RowbS. Remley, R. Eilts, B. Gardner,
J. Glaub, G. Bannon, P. Rediger, D. Ipsher, R. Vissering, B. Turner, and T. Cordes.
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QUILL STAFF '
First Row: Mrs. Jones, D. Ficht, C. Shultz, B. Miller, R. Reber, J. Oster, Mr. Toms
Second Row. D. Beschorner, J. Goista, S. McNutt, J. Beschorner, B. Miller, H. Kline,
J. VanDeVeer. Third Row: G. Owen, R. Sahn, K. Unzicker, D. Heck, R. Barnes,
A. Strauch, K. MoCu11y
First Row: Mr. Toms, C. Shultz, K. lcCu11y, R. Reber, J. Beschorner, Mrs. Jones
Second Rowg T. Goista, S. Rae, G. Cordes, J. Moore, C. Strauch, V. Imhoff, C. Robinson,
H. Kline. Third Rowx G. MoCu11y, M. Funk, G. Adami, P. Logan, B. Turner.
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First Row. R. Vissering, D. Rinkenberger, R. Ingold, J. VanDeVeer, G. Adami, R. Emery
G. McCu11y. Second Row: A. Fitch, L. Turner, J. Barnes, E. Janssen, T. Cordes, J. Odzer,
S. Rae, S. McNutt, J. Goista, P. Kemp, B. Noll, M. Bond, W. Shertz. Third Row: S. DuBois
i. Reber, B. Miller, H. Kline, C. Shultz, B. Miller, M. Vissering, V. Davidson, M. Fnnk
P. Zenzen, J. Moore, S. Remley, D. Whirl, D. Wallace, J. Wwen, L. Laible, S. Hahn,
MP- Harris- Fourth Row: E. Prinzinger, G. Owen, D. Losher, J. Mobbins, K. McCu11y,
K. White, R. Barnes, D. Heck, D. Quiram, A. Strauch, G. Cordes, J. Beschorner, G. Kizer,
First Row. R. Emery, R. Ingold, G. Owen, G. Tweedale, B. Gardner, J. VanDeVeer,
Second Row: G. McCu11y, V. Adami, K. McCu11y, R. Barnes, D. Losher, J. Glaub, D. Heck
Mr. Harris. Third Row: K. White, G. Cordes, A. Strauch, D. Quiram, J. Robbins,
D. Hatteu, R. Vissering, D. Rinkenberger.
V. Harris, Directorg First Row: C. Strauch, V. Imhofp, M.Funk J. Moore, Second Rot:
T. Cordes, u. Shultz, R. Ingold, J. Gerber, A. Fitch. Third Row: D. natten, S. has
G. Cordes, E. Janssen, D. Nuxke, G. Kizer, H. Kline.
First RowhA. Fitch, M. Bond, W4 Schertz, S. Rae, L. Turner, J. Barnes, P. Kemp
Second Row-S. Ficht, C. Strauch, P. Logan, E. Janssen, S. DuBois, B. Noll, L. Liable,
D. Wallace, J. Oster. Third RowwJ. Goiste, S. McNutt, J. Moore, C. Robinson,
V. Imhoff, J. Beschorner, M. Funk, P. Zenzen, J. Owen, E. Prinzinger, T. Cordes.
GIRL'S ENSEM LE
P. Logan, V. Imhoff, B. Miller, J. Beschorner, A. Fitch, S.-Rae, J. Moore, H. Funk,
B. Miller, C. Strauch-Accompanist.
First Row-Mrs. Jones, Sponsor, B. Miller, V. Tmhoff, M. Funk, H. Kline, S. Ficht,
C. Strauch, J. Beshorner, P. Logan, V. Davidson. Second RowhS. Rae, B. Miller,
J. Moore, C. Robinson, M. Vissering, G. Shultz, R. Spicer, J. Winkler, R. Reber,
First Row: W. Shertz, Ast. Reporterg V. Imhoff, Reporterg M. Viseering, Treasureg
H. Kline, Vice Presg P. Logan, Sec, A. Pitch, Historiang S. Rae, Purliamentarilng
H. Ashenbranner, Ast. Plrlinmentarian.
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First Row: B. Knoll, C. Burke, H. Ashenbranner, W. Shertz, J. Oster, S. Hahn, M. Bond,
L. Turner, S. Rae. Second Row! M. Funk, B. Miller, C. Shultz, J. Gnista, S. McNutt,
J. Winkler, R. Spicer, M. Vissering, V. Davidson, D. Whirl, S. Dubois, M. Eeltramea,
P. Logan. Third Row: J. Janssen, H. Kline, B. Miller, J. Beschorner, V. Imhoff,
J. Moore, S. Ficht, C. Robinson, C. Strauch, J. Owen, S. Remley, E. Prinzinger, A. Fitch
First Row: T. Goista, Reporterg D. Ficht, Socg J. Gerber, Presg R. Rediger, Vice Presg
Mr. Condit, Advisor. Second Row: K. Unzicker, Sentinelg D. Ouirn, Treasurog D. Heck,
First Rowr B. Rsnken, G. Bannan, D. Ficht, R. Vissering, K. Eilts, T. Goista, R. Ingold,
P k K Unzicker
Mr. Condit. Second Row: P. Rediger, R. Rediger, D. Heck, D. Quirm, K. orc., . ,
D. Batten, D. Losher, J. Whllace. Third Row: D. Nusko, K. Wh1te, G. Adami, J. Gerber,
D. Scrivner, G. McCu11y, R. Eernius, D. Ronkenberger
Lena Rivers, our adorable her0in5,itlt1k1141tttiilkitiittitlllililkiiiiiliiliftiliiftllil4K4f4HlHl'iJu1ig, Ggista
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Caroline Livingstone, who is an echo of her mother.vvfvvrfvvvvrvvvvvvfvvvwvvvCaro1yn Shultz
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The Senior Class presented their play at the Bonny Theater on December 4, 1951. The
setting of the play is the living room of the John Livingston's pelatial home in Maple
Grove, Kentucky. The Seniors were very happy to have as their director, Mrs. Jones.
Everyone enjoyed giving the play and were sorry because it will be the last play we will
be able to present.
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hope that they will have as much enjoyment in giving one next year.
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First ROWHM. Bond, J. Giosta, S. McNutt, S. Rae, L. murner, S. Hahn, C. Burke, W. Schertz,
J. Oster. Second Rowhd. Moore, C. Robinson, A. Ficht, C. Shultz, B. Miller, T. Cordes,
D. Wallace, H. Kline, J. Beschorner, P. Kemp, R. Reber, J. Barnes, Third Rowhv. Imhoff,
J. Owen, P. Zenzen, M. Funk, G. Kizer, J. Winkler, S. DuBois, R. Spicer, P. Logan,
E. Janssen, D. whirl, B. Miller, and Miss Nugent.
V. Imhoff, D. Beschorner, C. Strauoh, D. Scrivner, J. Moore, C. Robin on,
D. Nuske, A. Strauch, S. Rae, Mr. Jones, J. Oster, G. Cox-des, J. Robbins, R. Coleeon
Left to right-P. Zenzen, L. Turner, J. Owen, D. Quiram, J. Robbins, L. Fitch, G. Adami.
S. Fioht, V. Davidson, J. Winkler, M. Fhnk, P. Logan, K. White.
We have had two new bus drivers for the year. R. E. Davidson and Raymond Meister.
Again this year we were privileged to have as our janitor Mr. Charles Hoppee who so
skillifully performed his duty.
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Jean Beschorner. Second Row. H. Kline, B. lillor, J. Barnes, S. Ficht, P. Logan,
A. Fitch, W. Shertz, L. Laible. Third Row: F. Eihousen, R. Reber, S. MoNutt, M.
Funk, V. Davidson, M. Vissering, S. DuBois, P. Zenzen, B. Noll, R. Spicer, J. link-
ler. Fourth Row: B. Miller, C. Shultz, J. Goista, H. Bond, J. Moore, C. Robinson,
S. Remley, T. Cordes, D. whirl, D. lellace, J. Oster, P. Kemp.
Verna Jean Imhoff, Garol Strauch, Jeanne Beschorner, and Sandra Rae.
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S. Hahn, L. Turner, J. Owen, E. Janseen
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Under the leadership of Coach Fred Eihausen, the boys played their
first game with Low Point on November the twenty-seventh. We won by an
easy margin of thirty-nine points. The rest of the games are as follow:
The Us They Us
Eureka 20 78 Eureka A3 E5 1
Toluca 52 51 Toluca A2 A3
Low Point 22 61 Roanoke A2 A6
Chillacothe A8 A5 Long Point 85 77
Roanoke AA 51 Elmwood A8 A6
Benson 71 A1 Benson 59 50
La Rose 18 58 East Peoria 83 AA
Minonk 53 31 Low Point 29 73
Washington ' 58 51 Sparland 65 71
Mid County 5b h7 La Rose A3 53
On January twenty-second through the twenty-fifth, the County
Tournament was held at Metamora. We were beat our by E1 Paso by
the score of slxty-six to forty-eight in the first game.
In the District Tournament at Benson on February 26, we played La Rose
in the first game, winning by a score of A0-67. In the second game we were
pitted against Gridley. We lost this game by a score of 6A-5A, but the
boys played a good game. Gridley went on to win the tournament by defeating
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BASKETBALL lg Squad
Coach Eihausen, A. Strauch, J. Oster, E. Turner, J. Robbins, D. Quirm, R. Coleson,
D. Heck, K. Unzicker, J. Gerber, G. NCCu11y, K. White
BASKETBALL ZQ Squad
Coach Eihnusen, A. Strauch, G. Rose, R. Emery, D. Renkenberger, B. Turner,
B. Gardner, F. lisenburg, J. Glnub, D. Hgtten, K. Porch
First Row. J. Gerber, D. Beschorner, E. Turner, G. McCu11y, J. Oster.
Second Rowr D. Picht, K. Unzicker, R. Barnes, R. Coleson, D. Quiram,
D. Heck, Coach Eihausen-
After losing the first Woodford County Track Meet in
W.T.H.S. might prove to be the dark horse of this year's meet and come
through to win.
We have only two lettermen returning from last year's
are Duane Quiram and Donald Heck. 1
We have scheduled meets with Woodruff, Roanoke, Benso
Mid-County, and Eureka, who are all pretty stiff competiti
boys, but they are all looking forward to a better year th
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Fi t R R. Emerv B. Turner, B. Gardner, J. Gerber. Second Rcwg Coach Eihausen,
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K. Unzicker, J. mater, D. Quirm, D. Heck, E. Turner, R. Rediger. Third Row.
R. Vissering, D. Batten, K. Porch, R. Coleson, J. Glaub
W.T.H.S. had a very successful baseball season this year with a four
win and two lost, making a 66 2f3i average for the year. The team beat
Roanoke and La Rose twice each for the four wins. For the two lost
they bowed twice to Benson.
This Spring the boy's are going to play a few games with the sur-
Following is a list of the positions the boy's have
Donald Hatton ---
Keith Porch ------
Ronald Coleson --
Kenny Unzicker ------------------------- short-stop k pitcher
Duane Quiram ----
Bob Emery -------
Bob Turner ------
short-stop k pitcher
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Bill Gardner ---------------------------------------- catcher
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First Row: D. Beschorner, G. McCu11y, E. Turner, B. Turner
Second Row: R. Emery, J. Glaub, K. Porch, B. Gardner, Coach Eihausen
The hot lunch program was very popular in our school, thanks to the
cooks, Mrs. Coleson and Mrs. Brummet. Theprogram lasted from the first
of school until the first of April and everyone was sorry ro see them
h-School started. Three new teachers -mus1c,commerica1, and modern
history- plus green little Freshies.
10-21-Magazine sales--CongratuletionSeniors. Better luck next
20-Baseball game at Roanoke.
21-F.F.A-F.H.A weiner roast. Did anybody mention food?
Freshies played Low POint here.
2L Benson Here
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qx d 528-Woodruff' Cross Country Meet--There. Nice running, boys.
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2-Freshies meet Low Bolnt again--There.
5-LaRose baseball game--There.
5-Cross Country Meet at Roanoke.
6-Sophomore Bake Sale---I wonder who did the baking?
8-l2-NNo Grips' Week---Peaceful week, wasn't it.
9-FHA Meeting---Mrs. McKittrick, Speaker.
ll-Senior Pictures Taken--Peoria--Any broken cameras, kids?
ll-Cross Country team meets Benson again.
l7-l8-19-First 6 weeks exams--They weren't so bad were they?
20-Senior Bake Sale--Did the ndough' roll in!
22-FFA Meeting--Did some one mention a 'Pest Contest'?
2A-Report Cards. Did anyone get an 'F'???
25-Cross country meet--here---Those boys are sure entergetic.
27-Sophomore chili supper.
31-Spooks, Goblins, Witches---They were all there at the Halloween
Dance sponsored by the Sophomores.
2--Band Skating Party---at East Peoria.
-Thanksgiving Dance--sponsored by the Freshman.
-Sophomores had a Turkey Raffle---Who won the Gobbler?
-First basketball game. Won against Low Point--22 to 61.
29-30-Second weeks exams.
-Eureaka team was second foe downed by the Wildcats--Score 20 to
-Lost to Chilicothe in a hard fought game--Final Score--L8 to L5.
5-Toluca here--Wildcats beaten by one point. Score 52 to Sl.
7- Roanoke bows to Wildcats LL to Sl.
8-Senior Barn Dance.
ll-Benson here ----- Need we say more.
lb-LaRose here. Wildcats led all the way. Final score 18 to 58.
18-Caroling Party Scheduled--Called off because of below zero weather
mL-f 1 'jQj12O-FHA Childrens Christmas Party and Santa had gifts for every one.
H ,--'28-Christmas -Dance---Sponsored by the Juniors.
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3-Quill pictures taken--Every one smile at the birdie.
1.-Minoke downs Wildcats 53 to 69.
8-lost to Washington, 58 to 51, after a brillant come-back by
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3-Senior Bake Sale.
Track meet with Delevan.
5-Baseball game with Woodruff---there.
6-Woodford County Track Meet---at Metamora.
10-High-light of the Year---the Junior-Senior Banquet and Prom.
-Award night sponsored by Student Oouncil.
-16-Senior one-act plays in Sym. What Will they do next???
-23-Semester Exams---Lucky Seniors are exempt from these.
-The long awaited day, Graduation arrives.
28-Seniors leave on their trip and spend all that hard earned money
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- Mid County here. We seem to be in a rut. final scere5L to A7.
-Eureka falls to us again. This time A3 to 69.
-Sophomore assembly program---and they call themselves musicians.
FHA Meeting--What's Cooking girls. a
Report Cards---Was this the calm after the
-Toluca there---A glorious game---final score A2 to L3.
-25-County tournament ----- Better luck next time boys.
-FHA Bake Sale. -'
-Roanoke---here---Another win for our boys. Score AO to L6.
-Long Point marches past the Wildcats 85 to 77.
T.B. Tests--Did anyone faint??
Elmwood slides past Washburn--L8 to L6.
Choral Festival at Minonk.
Benson here---and you know the rest. Immeadiately following was .
the Homecoming Dance held in the Gym. Didn't the Queen and her
attendants look nice. A
-East Peoria rolls past the Wildcats 83 to AA. . g
-Senior Assembly Program--Back in the Gay Nineties again, huh kids.
-The Wildcats edge past Sparlend 65 to 71. U
-21-22-Six weeks exams again. Here we are in the Dark Ages again.
-LaRose here---Wildcats win in final regular game of the year.
-FHA Meeting. Q .
-Report Cards---They weren't so bad, now were they kids???
and played for Sinclair Party.
-Senior Paper Jrive---WCall 16 and donate your papern was the Theme
-District Solo and Ensemble Contest. Nice going, Johny.
-Freshmen Assembly Program--Even they have talent.
-FHA Radio Program--I wonder if the boys took the hints the girls
A-Twirp Week---Run boys, run.
3-L-Sis Weeks Uxams. My, how time flys.
-Twirp Party and all the food was free. Can you beat that!
Sophomore Bake Sale.
Woodruff host to our first track meet of the season.
-Baseball game with Woodruff her. It was rained out.
Track meet here with Eureka and Roanoke.
-Baseball game with Toluca here.
-Track Meet with Mid County, here.
-19-FHA Girls travel to Uhicago ti soend their hard earned savings.
-Baseball game with Toluca here
FFA-FHA Family Night Pot Luck Supper---Food, food, and MORE FOOD.
-Senior Work Uay---Are they money mad by any chance???
-Track meet with Metamora and Eureka at Metamora.
-County Band Festival at Metamora.
-GAA Girls attend Play Day.
-Track meet---Benson and Roanoke host to Washburn.
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Frozen Food Center
WASHBURN, ILL O S
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The Washburn Bank
MEMBER FEDERAL DEPOSIT INSURANCE CORPORATION
I LUMRER BUILDERS' HARDWARE
CEMENT DRAIN TILE
BRICK SEPTIC TANKS
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Automobile - Truck and Tractor Repairing
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FITSCHEN BROS. HARDWARE CO.
Norge Refrigerators - A. B. C. Washers - Philco Radios
Heating - Plumbing - Tinning
Skelgas Ranges and Skelgas Electric Freezers
TJADENS UPTUWN REUREATIUN
Ernest T.H. Tjaden
Thompson and McCully
Feed - Coal and John Deere Implements
Phone 94 Washburn, Illinois
CB'S BEAUTY SHOP
Specializing in Permanent Waving and Hair Styling
Headquarters for Gifts - Costume Jewelry - Etc.
Phone 138 Washburn
A Friendly Place to Trade
Groceries - Meats - Fresh Fruits and Vegetables
Phone 81 Washburn
WASHBURN BODY SHOP
Auto Repair and Refinishing
Ben Sterling Manager Phone 113
RICKETT FUNERAL HOME
Invalid Coach Service
SUPREME DAIRY PRODUCTS CO.
"The Babies Choice"
Phone 72 Washburn, Illinois
T E R R Y ' S
Dry Goods - Notions - School Supplies
Work Clothing - Shoes - Shoe Repairing
Ray's Friendly Service lggkilgil
Complete service for your automobile needs.
DAVISON STANDARD SERVICE
Gas- -T1res- -Oil
Meals Short Orders
Phone 136 Washburn, Ill
Phone 139 Washburn, Ill
SCRIVNER FEED COMPANY
Quiram + Fitschen
Henry uecker, Manager
BESCHORNER ELECTRIC CO
Supplies and Appliances
Phone 12 wasnburn, 111. Phone 15 Washburn. Ill
Henery Becker, Manager
Phone 12 wasnburn, Ill FRIEND
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