Morrisonville High School - Crest Yearbook (Morrisonville, IL)
- Class of 1946
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We, the Senlors of l9l,6, salute the
former FOTF1SODV1116 students who served
our country 1D the fight for freedom and
the preservation of Democracy during the
World War II
In our deep appreclatlon and ever
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thls Crest May God be with you always
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BOARD OF EDUCATION
Ruth R Todd
B Ed , Southern Ill1no1s State
B S , Monmouth College
M Ed , University of Missouri
Dorothy Kasten Armstrong
A B , University of Illinois
University of Michigan
Social Studies, Physical Educa
Northeast Missouri State
Colorado Teachers College
B Ed Illinois State Normal
B.S., western State Teachers
Sue Rowe Cantrell
B.Ed., Southern Illinois State
A. W. Schmidt
B.Ed., Platteville Teachers
B.S., University of Illinois
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V1ce Pres Earl Welch
Sec Trees Joyce Jalker
Pres Warl Oyler
V1ce Pres Margorxe whalen
Sec Trees Maureen McLean
Pres umund Langen
V100 Pres Helen Jenk1ns
Sec Treas Wllma omotners
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f Navy blue You may call her Bowdy or call her Red
, we still She still has knowledge in her head
JOHN B. FAHL, Editor
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I wonder 'Does he draw compensa
At mathematics, he's a wonder
And he can skate without a
She left our class to join her
Let's wish her all the luck we
Never too loud, the quieter kind
She must have good things on
also a twln,
A handsome Senior,
At basketball he's Sure to w1n
A bundle of joy, she's f ll of f n
A good worker, girl friend, all
This quiet lad is from Palmer town
The g1r1S are glad that he came
T1mid, shy and quiet are what
The g1rl named Dorothy Coy in study
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On the staff at the local drug
She does her part and a little
A Senior's class rlng on her hand
May someday change to a wedding
The Army made a h1t, we understand
She has the SltUat1OD well in hand
The big, strong, silent type is he
A handy person, you can see'
At typ1ng tests she can't be beat
To grade her paper is a tree
Aldene's a clever, peppy glrl
dho keeps us 1n a cheerful whirl
One of our students good to all
Never too mean 1D study hall
Small but m1ghty on the basketball
He makes the baskets and they cheer
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studlous, qulet, fun to know
Lot's of luck wherever you go'
Another student from Palmer town
We th1nk Jou're swell, glad you
Thls boy's mlud is alw ys at work
And never his lessons does h
A natural blonde, good to the eye
Je all look twice when she goes by
JAP S KINNWY
Hls trlps to Harvel are not ln valn
We see he always goes back again'
She drove her llttle NFord' to school
We often called lt a 'One car pool
She's a Jolly Senlor, full of llfe
And never txres of everyday strlfe
LA DONNE LAMB
A swell g1rl true to a soldier lad
She does her best and that's not bad
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A silent lad with little to say
A very good worker in the F F A
She came from Palmer to graduate
We hope you had a swell time
He comes from Palmer on his
Some may be smarter, but not many
Sure, and he 15 an Irish lad
At basketball he wasn't ba
LEAH FAYE MILLBURG
Leah Faye, we consider you
Sweet as a flower, fresh with dew.
This is your second year with us
We wish you luck and happiness.
Friendly, likeable, and dependable
A girl who will do a lot for you'
VIOLVT RJTH RYAN
Quiet in manner, thought and deed
Just the type all high schools need
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SENIOR CLASS WILL
We, the members of the Senior Class of 1946, of the
Morrisonvllle Community High School, being of sound m1nd
body, and spirits, do make this our last will and testa
All our possessions, both real and unreal, we devise
and bequeath to our dear Alma Mater
To the Freshies, we bequeath the privilege to blush
and our undying efforts to help them find their classes
To the Sophomores, we bequeath the privilege to sleep
in the library, on a shelf unless you're caught, then we
are not responsible
To the Senlors of '48 '49, we bequeath our Social
graces, athletic abillty, and good sportsmanship, ability
to sleep and talk in study hall
To Mr Todd, we bequeath a new fishing tackle and gun
for all coming seasons
To Mrs Todd, we bequeath the girls' gym classes and
To Miss Estes, we bequeath the time clock in hopes
that she will be sure to give more time tests to future
To Mrs Armstrong, we bequeath our English IV class
and also our thanks for all her help on the Mohawk and the
Crest Also on the Junior class play and the Junior and
the Senlor Prom of '45
To Coach Attebery, we bequeath a six foot team to go
with him, also a new team manager to replace Jit
To Mr Schmidt, we bequeath more success with his
To Miss Kelly, we bequeath some new stoves for her
to prepare the banquets for the local business men
To Mrs Cantrell, we bequeath Wbugs' or the insect
and some new microscopes for future biologists
To the Janitors, we bequeath two new brooms, and all
round corners to elimlnate the dirt catching corners
Neal Anderson, bequeath my ability to play basket
ball to Guy Virgll Oller
Nita Anderson, bequeath my A's in Latin, with a side
kicked out to future students
Jack Bacon, bequeath all my lady friends to anyone
out of a supply of them
Dorothy Coy, bequeath my quiet manner to Rosemary
Dale Dey, bequeath my jitterbugging to Earl Oyler
Kenneth Dunkirk, bequeath my interest in Ag to
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band and lots of blue ribbons in Ag and in band.
Irene Eyman, bequeath my talkat1veness to Wilma
John Fahl, bequeath my blue r1bbon rooster to Mr
Schmid and his aggies
Mary Goebel bequ ath my typlng ab1l1ty to all
Aldene Greear, bequeath Monte Mann1ng to Taylorville
Evelyn Hill, bequeath my abillty in basketball t
Robert Grundy, bequeath my participation in class to
Don We ls
Velma Fornbeck, bequeath my interest in basketball
to Dar ene Lamb
I Lou Howard, bequeath my cooking ab1lity to B Brown
Cecil Huddleston, bequeath sturdy form and height to
James Kinney, bequeath my all around ability in
school to 'Cat' Clav1n
Norma Klimm, bequeath my Ford to the Sen1ors of '47
Dorls Lamb, bequeath my love to Larry and Nick
LaDonne Lamb, bequeath my cheerleading back to the
Marjorie McKinnie, bequeath my ab1l1ty 1D bookkeep
ing to Carl Poggenpobl
Velma MCKIDDOY, bequeath my A's in bookkeeplng to
any fu ure bookkeeper who needs them
Donald Mcward, bequeath my ability in science to
Dorothy Neyer, bequeath my grace and charm to Grace
Leah Millburg, bequeath my share in the Navy to
abso u ely no one
Stephen M1ller, bequeath my studious manner to Joe
Temple N1DH1S, bequeath my ability to attract men
to Mel a Sarglnson
V1olet Ryan, bequeath my fPi8Ddl1H6SS and willing
ness help 'Pete Bethard
Eugene Salisbury, bequeath my tricycle to Bob Ste
wart qlt has an outboard motor, tool
Rlta Sloan, bequeath my long red curls to Vanzant
Paul Sm1th, bequeath all my love to M C H
Alice Stahr, bequeath my dancing ab1l1ty to Melvln
Merle Waddle, bequeath my motorscooter to C Clark
Pat Whalen, bequeath my 10 mllk cows to Juggy Langen
prov1d ng that he milks them L t1mes a day
Tom wells, bequeath the rema1nder class funds to
Mr Schmidt and hi Hoosier Hot Shots, a total of S 72
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SENIOR CLASS HISTORY
The little brick school house, known as M C H S was
greatly frlghtened by the arrival of a rather large fresh
man class, but we soon overcame our bashfulness Je elect
ed Miss Nighswander class advisor, Neal Anderson, president
Paul Smlth, vice presldent, Leah Faye Millburg, secretary
treasurer We had a weiner roast and hay ride combined and
several class part1es during the year
Our sophomore officers were 51m Kinney, presldent
Dorothy Meyer, vice president, Velma Hornbeck, secretary
treasurer, and Mrs Hughes was class advisor
As JUDIOTB, we elected Miss Kasten class advisor
John Fahl was presldent, Tom wells, vice president, and
Shirleyann Richardson, secretary and treasurer This year
bonnet Jane of Sycamore Lane' during December, and earned
the money for the prom Every six weeks we publ1shed the
Mohawk under the direction of Editor Don Mcward In the
spring we gave the Junior Senior Banquet and enjoyed enter
talning the graduating seniors
Before the close of school, we elected offlcers for our
senior year Tom Wells was elected president, Paul Smith,
vice president, and Rita Mae Sloan, secretary treasurer
Miss Kasten was again chosen class advisor, and we entered
our senior year with a busy program ahead of s The first
important activity was the Carnival, which we gave together
w1th the Band on October l9
On November 10, we all went to Springfield to have our
pictures taken at Burchett's Studio It was a big day, but
a pleasant one During the fall we had a hayride, and there
was the usual Christmas party just before the holidays
After the holidays, we began thinking serlously about
the Crest which turned out to be our biggest activity of
all four years we enjoyed the time and effort put into
this book to make it one for pleasure now and happy memor
So we complete our four years t M C H S They have
given us much happlness, and it is our earnest hope that
future classes at N C H S w1ll have four years as pleas
ant and prof1table as ours have been
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was a big one socially and financially. We produced 'Sun-
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SENIOR CLASS PROPHECY
It's the Spring of 1955, and the weather looks promising
for a good farming season The latest atomic development
has been added to the list of helps for housewives It'
been adapted to a push button dish washing mach1ne wh1ch
washes and drles the dishes and stacks them on the shelves
ln less than five minutes
The newest model of Kaiser Frazier Rocket Ship broke all
prevlous records for a round trip to the moon by making the
trip in 3 hours, 59 mlnutes, and 59 seconds
A helicopter settled down comfortably on the school
ground last week, and deposlted the members of the class of
1946 for the celebration Of the1r T nth Annual Alumni As
soclatlon Meetlng It was a Jolly gatherlng, and we are
happy to report tie followlug news and VIGN concernlng the
m mbers of the group
Neal and Velma were the P1TSt to allght from the shlp
for the meetlng They were unable to brlng the tw1ns, and
the other two chlldren because the old st had a sllght
touch of kindergarten1tis We hope the quarant1ne is lifted
soon Both Neal and Velma looked well and happy, and we
understand Neal expects to make a small fortune on h1s bean
crop this y ar
Dorothy Yeyer MacPherson was drlpplng Wlth sllver foxes,
and wore a very attractlve new hair do In addltion to
keeplng up a very charm1ng home for the Doctor and Junlor
Dorothy stlll finds time to keep up w1th her flute, her
drawlng, the local Red Cross Chapter, the Eastern Star, the
Ladles Ald, and she also wr1tes book for ch1ldren vnlch
she lllustrates herself
Evelyn H111 Slkes seemed to be 1D a hurry She told
she hasn't much tlme to be away since Ray is farmlng over
SOO acr and she 15 presldent of th local Home Bureau
Jack Bacon lost a little halr worrying about which of
the glTlS to plck, but Erma won out, and they are now l1v
lng 1n Palmer, 1D a charmlng home next door to the1r grocery
store Jack bT1DgS home the bacon
Aldene Greear ha a model agency and school for models
in San FPSHCISCO Several of her ex student have recelved
offers of screen contracts, wh1ch takes them to Hollywood
Paul Smlth stlcks brav ly and cheerfully to the Navy
He 1HS1StS 1t's the safest way 1n the world to have as many
glrls as he llkes, but only one to a port
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Violet Ruth Ryan has a studio in New York City where
she designs fashlons for JHDIOTS She has recelved consid
erable notice for her work w1th unusual color COmb1D8tiODS
Dale Patr1ck Whalen and JoAnn have a D106 l1ttle home
over in Dixle Dan and John were good sports about wishing
them luck and happiness, and we believe they have it
Merle Waddle recently enlarged his bracelet and trinket
m8Huf8CtuT1Dg bus1ness and took Eugene Sallsbury 1D as a
partner They received the Eleanor Roosevelt Award for
artistic Jewelry designs thls spr1ng, and we wish to con
Dale Dey is keep1ng up the family tradition in the
cleaning and dyeing business Marjorie McK1nnie is h1s
bookkeeper, and we understand she handles very large f1g
ures, now that Dale has enlarged the plant
Alice Stahr and her husband we don't know h1s name
have opened a new dine and dance place in Clarksdale
wish them all the success in the world
Donald Mcward is a professor of agronomy and physics
Clark Unlversity near Boston He has quite a crush
secretary, we hear, and don't be surprised any day you
about wedding bells
Dorothy Coy Wells is enjoylng keeping house, but she
admit she gets a little tlT8d of cooking meals for all
the wells boys every day They seem comfortable and
happy, and Wllbur, Jr 18 the l1v1ng image of his Uncle
Norma Klimm is playing the drums with Splke Jones'
City Slickers Didn't you hear that extra lick she got
in during the radio broadcast last Sunday night? That's
a special code she has with her latest heart throb'
Cecil Huddleston is coaching
basketball players down in New
had quite a successful season,
plans to stay here for a while
to spend w1th Nita, his secret
a team of professional
Orleans He says they've
and now that it's over, he
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passion of h1gh school days
She's currently on vacation from her duties as chief sur
gical nurse at M1chael Reese Hospltal in Chicago
Doris Lamb couldn't stay away from her chlckens long,
so we excused her early We see her in town now and
then, and we notice she always gets her Nicol's worth
About time to adjourn, who should arr1ve, but the former
LaDonne Lamb, now Mrs Jason Dowdy She is now living 1n
Madison Square Gardens w1th her husband and her triplets
Her husband 18 now the boxing champion of the Helter we1ghts
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Temple NlHHiS can't remember the rest of it, was
back for the f1TSt t1me 1n several years After teach1ng
Girls Phys1cal nducat1on 1n Los Angeles, she marr1ed the
manager of the St Lou1s Cardlnals They're currently
l1v1ng 1D Florlda durlng he SPPIH5 Jork out
Jonn Fahl has recently invented a new hydromatic over
dr1ve for h1 tractor, and we understand the Internatlonal
Harvester Company 1S maklng a bld for h1m to become an
executive vice president
Lou Howard used to be has opened another restaurant
to brlng the number in her chaln up to four It's t e
best place we know of to eat ch1cken 1n the rough, and Lou
is very happy dishing lt out
Deacon Grundy bought a sect1on of land a few years ago,
and lt is now one of the best 1mPTOV9d farms in thls part
of the country He's experlmenting w1th a new type of
hybrld peanut vlne this year
Mary Goebel is pr1nc1pal of the Modern Era Buslness
College in Taylorvllle where many former MOIT1SODV1ll6
students go to learn the ABC's of typlng and shorthand
Jlmmey Kinney was 1n a rush as usual, because he had
a date waitlng 101 h1n in Chicago He's chlef accountant
for the Purple Passion P81Ht and Plastic Company there
now, and seems to have a rushing buslness wlth the glrls
Rita Mae Sloan supervises the department of Occupatlon
al Therapy at McCloskey General Hosp1tal at Temple, Texas
She's doing a good Job of help1ng the wounded soldlers
learn a pleasant and prof1table occupat1on there
Stephen Miller is the newly appointed Farm Advlsor of
Montgomery County He and Irene have Just bu1lt a new
home near Morrisonville w1th a nursery for the chlldren
Velma McKinney has still managed to escape any matrl
monial snares She is now a private secretary to Thomas
Q Hells, Esquire, President of the W1ndy C1ty Tire and
Tube Company, where he has built up qulte a successful
business Velma looked f1ne and prosperous, but Tommy
looked a little worse for business WOTPISS He st1ll has
his cheerful dispos1tion, congenial manner, and curly
hair, and we certa1nly enjoyed seelng him
Kenneth Dunkirk has organized h1s own skatlng company,
and they have Just returned from the1r premiere tour
Kenneth is looking f1t and happy over the success of h1s
new buslness venture
Leah Faye 18 as sweet as ever, but she seemed to be
a little lonely and unhappy to be away from Donald for the
two days she spent at the convention Three of her l1ttle
ones are in school now, and together wlth the two l1ttle
ones at home, they keep her pretty busy
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we've spent four years at Morr1sonv1lle High
And now, when 1t's t1W9 to say 'good bye
We think of all the thlngs we've done
Some were work, and some were fun
As Freshmen we were green as grass
And we groped our way when we went to class
We studied our books w1th moans and sighs,
And viewed the QSFIOTS with envious eyes
As Sophomores we thought we knew a lot,
And each of us thought ourselves Whig sho W
We manaved our lessons with greater ease
And the Freshmen ne s1mply loved to tease
when we were J nlors, we had NBTTIVGQ'
A d then the ways and means derlved
To handle the paper, a prom, and a play
As we grew wiser day by day
the years Just
Senlor ye r arrlved at
we corsldered chlldish
teachers thought of ls
really, now we've done
farewell to vou good old NOTP1SOHV11l8 dlgh
leave you fondly WltH a great blg sigh
re fllled wlth memorles, hopes, and a cheer
our teachers, thanks, and good luck to all
Dorothy K Armstrong
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Jenkins, Bob Brittin, Loren Bethard
Betty Brown, Jackie Glidewell, Darlene Lamb, Jo
Ann Furray, Gladys Beattie, Margaret Grundy,
Dale Frobish, Carl Pogginpohl, Ralph Sloman, A1
berta Jaeger, Annabelle Clover, Mary Young, Ralph
Edwards, Joe Forrester, Jim Clark, Keith Long
Second row: Lawrence Clavin, Merle Billiter, Rose Ann Sloan,
JUNIOR CLADS HISTORY
Twenty SIX enrolled at M C H S in September, 1943, for
thelr f1rst year at h1gh school Bob Brittln was elected
presxdent, Joann Furray, vice presldent and Kelth Long, sec
retary treasurer Mlss Nighswander was chosen class advlsor
we were well represented on the basketball floor, on the
honor roll, and in the band Keith Long was elected as one
of the cheer leaders Edmund Langen was our class reporter
on the Fohawk staff
1944 reunlted us for another year at M C H we had
changed from nGreen Freshles' to Silly Sophomores Class
Off1C6TS were as follows Kelth Long, presldent, Juanlta
Greer, v1ce presldent Annabelle Clower ecretary tzeasur
and M158 Estes, class advlsor Sophomores and more
in the world, our m1DdS turned to maklng money Under
the supervlslon of Miss Estes, we gave a Sklt 14 the senlor
Carnlval and won 310 We declded that we had enough money
and the Cormerce Club had a welner roast together
Jolly Juniors welcomed the beglnnlng school season at
ln 1945 Presidential powers were vested 1U Edmund
Langen, Helen Jenk1ns, v1ce PTBSIGSHC, wllma Jean Smothers
secretary treasurer, and Miss Estes, class advisor nThe
Mohawk' was publlshed wlth the a1d of ielen Jenklns as ed
1tor and Juanlta Greer, 8SS1St8Ht edltor Another means
of T81S1Dg funds was selllng pop at all the basketball games
On November 2 1945, a play 'It's a Great Llfe' was presented,
and we cleared over S100
Wllma Jean Smothers represents our class as cheer lead
Slnce we have a nlce fat pocketbook, we're sure we can
give the Seniors a nice banquet and prom Several of our
members repre ent us on the hardwood thls year Joe Forres
ter, Bob Br1tt1n, Kelth Long, Lawrence Clavln, and Ralph Bd
wards We are still represented on the honor rolland a spe
cial honor goes to one of the Juniors, Gladys Beatt1e, a
stra1ght A student We are also represented ln the band
Our Jun1or Class has been a successful one, and we are look
lng forward to bSCOm1Dg WSoph1st1cated Senlors '
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Harbert, Howard Jones, Dorothy McK1nnie, Bob
Donaldson, Betty Wilson
Ralph Sloman, Bob Smith, Lorraine Balsley, Violet
Paine, Nita Joyce Ryan, Emma Lou Bacon, Darrell
Grundy, Vonda Phelps, Dorothy Summers, Albert
Miller, Helen Smith, Don Coy
MarJorie Whalen, John Lyons, Margaret Nagle,
Bob Stewart, Erma Johnson, Ida Garrett, Juanita
Davidson, Jacob Lyons, Martha Sloan, Alice
Clover, Maureen McLean, Wilbur Harper, Glenn
Harper Knot picturedl
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sueh Of'lC6TS as Ferl Uyler, presldent
MEFJOTIG fhelen, vlce presldent, wlth
Maureen NcLeen as secretary treasdrer
The class enose hrs oantrell as the1r
We are lOOK1Hg forward to e blgger
and better, and nore urosperous Junior
Year We are elncevely hOp1Ug that our
old E9mDS1S wlll be able to be back wlth
us once more
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Larry Donaldson, Cec1lia Miller, Louis Carter
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Smith, Joyce Walker, Donald Wells, Norma Sm1th,
Wanda B1ll1ter, Dick Brown, Grace Lyerla, Vir
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Bernard Todt, Jean Spencer, Helen Goeb l, Melba
Sarginson, Earl Welch, Bonnie Lou Vanzant,
Norma Jean Stahr, -Toe Harris, Margaret Spencer,
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FRLSHFAN CLASS HISTORY
a shy and eager group, called 'Fresh
ies,' entered high school in the fall of '45
to begin to further our education There were
thirty three of us thirteen from the Public
School, thirteen from St Maurice, and seven
from the rural schools
We chose M1ss Kelly to be our class advis
or, and we fully appreciate her helpfulness and
interest We elected the followlng class offic
Earl Welch, Secretary
We have some very
our boys, namely, Dick
Treasurer, Joyce Walker
promising athletes among
Brlttin, Dick Brown, Jim
Frobish, Joe Harris, Billy Prose, Bernard Todt
and Earl Welch
The school chose Norma Stahr to be Fresh
man cheer leader
Four of our members, Bonnie Lou Vanzant
Joyce Walker, Billy Prose, and Earl Welch, are
members of the Hlgh School Band
we feel that we have made a good beginnlng
and our aim is to be a graduating class of '49
whlch M C H S will be proud to claim
ers: President, Billy Prose, Vice-President,
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First Row Mr Attebery, Neel Anderson, Joe Forrester,
Cecil Huddleston, John Fahl, Bob Brittin
Second Row Jack Bacon, Ralph Edwards, Tom Wells, Pat
Whalen, Keith Long, Dale Dey
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Dick Brown, Bob Brlttin, Donald Beatty, Dick
Brittin, Verne Mundhenke, Larry Donaldson
Kenneth Dunkirk, Ralph Sloman, Howard Jones
Donald Coy, Eugene Salisbury, Edmund Langen,
Bill Prose, Charles Clark, Darrell Grundy.
Tumbllng agaln gave an added attrac
tion to the basketball games Between the
halves it wasn't unusual to see the tumb
llng team rolllng out the mats and settlng
up the posts You could always f1nd Larry
Donaldson and Verne Mundhenke standing by
the posts adgu tlng the poles so that B111
Prose, Ralph Sloman, and Captain Eugene
Sallsbury could glide over them Thls year
for the flTSt tlme the sprlng board was lntro
the same order as a dlvlng board, enabled
you to get more spring and height Boys
who had not the spring ln thelr legs to get
over had the help of this board
The tumbllng team was g1fted w1th the
talent of three Freshies, Billy Prose, Dick
Brown, and Dick Brittin Among the others
were Bob Br1tt1n, who d1d an exceptlonally
good job on the front and back fl1ps, C
Clark, Don Beatty, Don Coy, Edmund Langen,
Darrell Grundy, and Howard Jones We thank
all of them for a Job well done and hope
that next year they will show up as well as
they have in the past year
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GIRLS' PHYSICAL EDUCATION
clara Richter, Deloris Lamb, Virginia Smith,
Marcella Howard, Wanda Billiter, Norma Smith
Grace Lyella, Dorothy McK1nnie, Cecilia Miller
Jackie Brown, Catherine Grundy, Anna Young,
Norma Stahr, Bonn1e Vanzant, Norma McKinnie,
Evelyn Hill, Doris Lamb
Mrs Todd, Betty Wilson, Gladys Beattie, Doro
thy Summers, Alice Clower, Helen Goebel, Mary
Goebel, Margaret Spencer, Irene Eyman, Rose
mary Richter, Annabelle Clower, JoAnn Furray,
Samnie Sloan, Darlene Lamb
Martha Sloan, Diane McLean, Margaret Grundy,
Maureen McLean, Nita Ryan, Ida Garrett, Irma
Johnson, Vonda Phelps, Joyce Walker, Violet
Paine, Dorothy Meyer, Aldene Greear, Alice
Stahr, Marjorie Whalen
Melba Sargineon, Mary Young, Lorra1ne Balsley,
Dorothy Coy, Lou Howard, Alberta Jaeger, Bett
Brown, Helen Jenkins, Lois Spencer, Norma Klimm,
Leah Millburg, LaDonne Lamb, Temple Minnie, Nita
Ander on, Velma Hornbeck Marjorie McKinnie
Joan Smith. ' t
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e little lassies of N C H are K6
physically fit bf the ctivities in their Phys
ical Wducatio arinv fifth S1X+
severth add elf t periods gf ev rj Tuesd
and Tharsiay you ca y reco uize the
low voices of the c arf Q at p
They are really great talxers awe often bur t
1 o a cheer when they are tte cha pions o a
participate 1 regulation irl's basketball
Everyone, includinv the freshmen, are eager to
plav this game the fall vheu it is too co
to play OUUSIQS on the playorouno we begin
practisinv and playing basketball in the gym
na ium All through the wirter, we faithfully
try to ihprove our skills another favorite
during the N1 ter we ther lo wolleyba
have a very larbe ball which bot boys d ir s
use as a volleyball
On Monday, March ll, the seniors and soph
mores clashed in an irter class tourrament
It was a real battle, with the sobhomores the
winners tk a score of l5 14 The following
day at A 30 the ireshren and Juniors tried for
the Cb3EDlODSflL e Junior firl were the
N nners by a margin of L4 L
can truthpu ly say that ll all the
girls have had a very enjoyable time in their
Physical Education classes this year
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First row R1ta Mae Sloan,
Ruth Ryan, John
Second row Mrs Armstrong,
Dorothy Meyer, Dale Dey, V1Ol6t
Fahl, Temple Mlnnis, Jlm Kinney,
Nita Anderson, Tom Wells, Cecil
Huddleston, Ralph Edwards, Eugene Sallsbury,
Neal Anderson, Laverna Edwards
Edltor John Fahl
Asslstant Ed1tor Violet Ruth Ryan
Art Editors Dorothy Meyer, Eugene Salisbury
Class Editor Jimmy Kinney
Activity Ed1tor Temple Minnls
Camera Editors Paul Smith, Nita Anderson, Rita Mae Sloan
Advertlsing Managers Nlta Anderson, Dale Dey
Business Nanager Cecll Huddleston
N111 and Prophecy Tom wells
Sports Edltor Neal Anderson
Faculty Sponsor Hrs Armstrong
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Flrst row Bob Br1tt1n, Jackie Gl1dewell, Dlane McLean
Helen Jenklns Juanita Greer Alberta Jaeger
Second row Miss Estes, Loren Bethard, Wllma Jean Smothers,
Ralph Sloman, Dale Froblsh, Joe Forrester, Anna
belle Clower Edmund Langen
Thlrd row Clara Rlchter, Rose Ann Sloan, Gladys Beattie
Bernard Lucas Darlene Lamb, Margaret Grundy
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sue was choolcavs, Iovewber
December C rlstmas February,
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Easter and the Close of school
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or, Iuanlta Greer, owe a lot to
rlbuted Jokes, gosslp, and news
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leared over S5 on each paper
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one who helpei ln any way to
k a success, which we JJDIOTS
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Grace Lyerla, Norma Smlth, Mar
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Mlnnis, Wllma Jean Smothers, Rose
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many a year we were about twenty folr ln num
ber, who ttorou hly enjoyed SlHQlDU together
hrs Arnstrong started us ln the fall wlth
'Green Cathedral we also learned when Day
we were 1nsp1red by the Christmas sp1r1t to slng
On a very cold nlght we set out on the ad
venture of slnglng to shut ins and others who e
thought would enjoy hearlng the Christmas carols
It was so cold that we had to stop several t1m6S
to warm up Yr Butterf1eld 1nv1ted us in to eat
COOKIES whlch were very good After all the ex
cltement, we enjoyed hot chocolate and sandw1ches
at Young's w1th the compllments of N C
At the annual Community Christmas Tree we
furnished part of the entertalnment by slnglng
carols The llghts were dlmmed and we dressed
1n our robes, advanced to the front of the gym
carrying l1vhted candles It was very lmpress
lve, and everyone enjoyed it, lncludlng our
We have had a Host enjoyable year under Mrs
Armstrong and here's hoplng for more llke it
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Mr echmldt, Jelda Iarbert, Ilta Ryan, Annabelle
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Plldemell, Hllma Jean Smothers, Darlene Lamb
Maureen Fclean, Martha Sloan, Nargaret Grundy,
Joyce walk r, Dlane McLean, lone Nundhenke Nar
lan smlth, Kexth Long
James Sw1n5er Jacquellne Brown, Dorls Lamb
Roseann bloan Lorralne Balsley, Mar ret Iagle
Nelvln Sloman Kenny Dunklrk, Darrell Grundy,
Rlta Nae Sloan, Bonnle Vanzant, Merle B1ll1ter,
Earoara Lowls Vlolet Ruth Ryan
Howard Jones, Bob Clower, Russ ll MdHH1H5, Ed
mund Langen, Ralph bloman, Lester Jaeger, B111
Prose, Earl Welch, Uob Donaldson, A11C8 Clower
ack Nundhenke, Margorle Whalen, Bernar
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The band tM1S year has Vale conslderable probress over
last year Ne are playlnv more advanced pieces, we have
learned to Sl ht read better and are learnlnv to put
BSSIDW 1D our nu be
also a Band 1other's Club was org nized th1s year to
help T81SP Haney for new band unlforns hrs Jack Brown
was elected presldent and Prs Herby Clower, secretary
trea Jrer The Club spo sored a 'Breakfast In qollywoo '
11 wn1ch many people turned out for an enjoyable 6V6H1Hg
in eatlng slnplng and l3UPh1Hg
oO far thls year the band has made two publlc appear
ances December 18 the band presented a Chrlstmas
Pro ram The band also made an appearance w1th our new
UH1fOTmS at e C S Contes The band was very suc
cessful and r celved f1TSt Cn Narch 21 the band 1S golng
to play For he Teacher's 1DSt1tUt6 in Taylorville Some
t1me 1U the near future the band 1S also to put on a Sprlna
Seven solo1s+s h ve ente ed the State and CMS contest
from our band Dorothy Peyer 1S playlng the clarlnet,
Merle B1ll1ter, coronet, Darllne Lamb, snare drum Ralph
Slonan, french horn, Lorraln Balsely, tenor saxaphone,
Rlta hae Sloan, alto saxaphone, and Vlolet Ruth Ryan, the
plano P91th Lorg and Nelda Harbert have entered the tw1rl
C S also has a JUHIOP Band WHlCh many of ou
people knon no HID about It 1s an elvhteen plece ban
and was many promlsln players If we senlor band mem
bers don't watca out we ar gO1H2 to lose our CH8lTS
All 1n all the provress of the band lS due to the n
t1r1np and c aseless work of our lnstructor, Pr Schmldt
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Mlss Estes, Rosemary Richter, Annabelle Clower,
Dorothy Meyer, John Fahl, Neal Anderson, Helen
Jenklns, Edmund Langen, Bob Brittln
Merle Billlter, Temple Minnis, Betty Brown,
Eynan, Stephen Mlller, Loren Bethard
Long, Dale Dey, Jackie Glidewell, L
Edwards, Velma Hornbeck, Eugene Salis
Margaret Grundy, Dale Frobish, Ralph
Melvin Rathgeber, Dorothy Coy, Wilma Jean
Smothers, Mary Young, Mary Goebel, Tom Hells,
Pat Whalen, Paul Smith, Jack Bacon
1 Juanita Greer, Darlene Lamb, Joann Furray,
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preside t Dorothy fejer, vice
secretary Yell And rson, t
orrisonville i h Commerce
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president, Annabelle Cloner
e a ii s s ndvis
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except October and No
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One of the main events of
Valentine Party on February 21
guest and dressed se 1 formal
lunch followed an evening of da
The Comrerce Club has been
dents aho are interested in thi
has been loads of fun
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broaden the student's inter
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this year Some of the
Dinner How the Beginner
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ore conmeicial subject The
te and its flower is the
the club this year was a
Fach member invited a
The program and a buffet
very beneficial to the stu
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Second row Darlene Lamb, Aldene Greear, Mrs Armstrong,
Lorraine Balsley, Jackie Glidewell
The place where many peofle spend the1r lelsure t1ne
18 our library The llbrary is a great credlt to the school
and most of the students take advantage of the prlvllepe lt
offers when we are confronted wlth a problem concerning
mBth6m8t1CS, hlstory, or science, we flnd ourselves burled
deep 1n the reference books of vast knowledge
This year new books have been added to the llbrary
New volumes of fictlon, biography, travel, and adventure
are on the shelves
The Freshmen and Sophomores are partlcularly fond of
animal books Of course, the SeH1OPS thlnk they are more
sophlstlcated and p1ck the books of adventure and romance
Our favorlte books are both old and new They are
such f1Ct1OH tltles as P1nk Camellla Gone Wlth The Ulnd,
Sunset Pass, and The Robe Popular adventure books are
I served On Betaan, I Never Left Home, and Danger Is Q1
Buslness Most w1dely read b1ograph1es are Marian Ander
Eisenhower, and The story
of Dr Jassell for poems and
short stories we flnd our
the Famillar, and Thlq 1S
The Llbrary staff
greatest dellght ln Treasury of
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FUTURE HOMEMAKERS OF AMERICA
Norma Smlth, Katherine Grundy, Marcella Howard,
Wanda Bllliter, Clara Richter, Betty Wilson
Dorothy McKinnie, Helen Sm1th, Virginia Sm1th
LaVerna Edwards, Helen Goebel, Joan Smith, Diane
McLean, Joyce Walker, Emma Lou Bacon, Juanita
Greer, Norma Jean McK1nnie, Rose Ann Sloan, Dar
lene Lamb, Vonda Phelps, Nelda Harbert, Bonnie
Lou Vanzant, Betty Brown, Norma Stahr
Jackie Glidewell, Martha Sloan, Jean Spencer,
Hill, Margaret Nagle,
Paine, JoAnn Furray,
Jean Smothers, Marjorie
Margaret Grundy, Margaret
Spencer, Velma Hornbeck, Temple Mlnnie
Lou Howard, Erma Johnson, Ida Garrett, Dorothy
Coy, Norma Klimm, Nita Anderson, Alberta Jaeger,
Helen Jenklns, Dorothy Summers, Marjorie McKinnie,
Mary Goebel, Alice Clower, Mary Young, Annabelle
Melba Sarginson, Evelyn
Nita Joyce Ryan Violet
Rosemary Richter, Wilma
Whalen, Rita Mae Sloan,
Dolores Lamb, Grace Lyerla, Cecilia Miller,
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This organizat1on whose name may be unfamlliar to many
is the national organization formerly called Home Econorics
Club It was organized this past summer and has many advan
tages over the old club Our chapter is afflliated with this
group The flower is the red rose, the colors are red and
white, and the motto is 'Toward New Hor1zons '
The goal of th1s organlzation is toward better home
and community life for everyone in our country F
we are concerned w1th how as individuals we can become better
homemakers and how we can work with others to make a better
home life for everyone in our communities and in our Nation
The F H A is well organized There is a staff that
cles in this magazine about the different F H A chapters
and about things of interest to these chapters
The sponsor of our chapter is Miss Kelly Nita Ander
son is president, Dorothy Summers is vice president, and Al
berta Jaeger is secretary and treasurer Helen Jenkins is
reporter, and Temple Minnis is program chairman
The highlights of our year's program are as follows
A Sectional Meeting at Springfield which was
attended by Nita Anderson, Alberta Jaeger, Miss Kelly,
and Norma Klimm, who is district secretary
A Rally at Mt Auburn High School was attended by
all the members and the sponsor of the chapter Four
different chapters were represented at this meeting
Installation of officers took place at our second
meeting It was an impressive candlel1ght service
Two of our outstanding meetings of the year were
Valentine Meeting in February and the Christmas Meet
ing in December
Open House was held in collaboration with the
F A on April nin We entertained our mothers
with a style show Later refreshments were served by
the g1rls to the whole group.
During the year the club served the banquet for
the Business Men three times.
At the end of year we had a potluck supper.
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puts out a monthly magazine, HTeen Times.' There are arti-
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FUTURE FARMERD OF AMERICA
Larry Donaldson, Howard Jones, Ralph Sloman,
Pat Whalen, Donald Mcward Neal Anderson,
mund Langen, Dlck Brlttln, Verne Mundhenke
Bob Donaldson, Dale Dey, Earl Welch, Bllly
Prose, Jacob Lyons, John bahl, James Froblsh
Mr Schm1dt Earl Oyler, Dlck Brown, Kennetn
Dunklrk Melvln Rathgeber Norman Chambers
Joe Harrls John Clark Bernard Todt, Loren
Bethard Stephen Mlller
Merle Bxlliter, Darrell Grundy, Bob Grundy,
Carl Poggenpohl, Eugene Sal1sbury John Lyon,,
James Clark, Paul omlth, Dale Froblsh, Law
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The Morrlsonvllle Chapter of Future Farmers
of AMSTICB boasts an enrollment of thlrty slx
members we meet the f1TSt Thursday of each
month under the dlrection of Donald Iclard, pres
ident, Pat Jhalen, vlce pP6Sld6Ht, ialpr ploran
secretary dmund Langen, treasurer, Jarrell
Grundy, reporter, James Plark, watchdog, and Nr
Sch ldt dvlsor lt th meetin s we tame
and attend to V3TludS 1t8TS of buslness After
eacd m etlng ve have elther a r1CtUT8 show or
refreshments of sore k1nd
some of the hlghllghts thls year are the
ag and Home c partles, the lDit18t1OH of he
Greenhands and Phapter F r ers, th selllng of
garden seed the open house sponsored by the
and e an also the n F
trlp to wh1ch many boys are lOOKlH5 forward
101 HECHIPG Por the chool
Last vear, one of our boys, Robert IO5g1H
pohl recelved tle Qtate Farner's Degree oev
eral boys F316 applled for the devree thls year
have had at le t a e rmer 1U our
organlzatlon slnce lts be lnnlrg
The ttlng we are Yost prou of lS our Hono
doll of for er boys wdo are now or have
been ervlce on trelr country There are
over SlXt boys ine boy Pau nlth,
nas just recently left to Joln the Nav
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Sue Rowe Cantrell
John O Attebery
A W Schmidt
Doris Ann Lowe
To all students and faculty members who assisted
w1th the preparation of the annual
To Burchett Studio for their photography
To Mr. Todd for his assistance, patlence, and
To Coach Attebery for his help with special photog
To all patrons and advertisers.
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Phone Res 6905 Office 6901
CONPLIMENIS CHARLES M STEWARD
JONES BARBER SHOP Leather and Canvass
KENl'S MEAT MARKET SEWELL'S SHOE STORE
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