Morrisonville High School - Crest Yearbook (Morrisonville, IL)

 - Class of 1950

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Page 72 text:

Mohawk Staff First Row: Margaret Ann Todt, Ronella Armitage, Barbara Lowis, Miss Sleevar,Marjorie Jenkins, Lorraine Curvey,Peggy Davis Second Row: Bernard Noonan, Virginia Oller, Darlene Hill, .Toan Engel- hart, Dorothy Harris, Geraldine Furray, Sue Mae Stewart, Darrell Brown. Third Row: Loren Arkebauer, Leroy Yard, Lee Skinner, Jerry Fahl, Gene Sikes, Harry McKinnie, Marian Smith, Emma Babbs. This page sponsored by COHN FURNITURE STORE, TAYLORVILLE, ILLINOIS 68

Page 71 text:

Future Farmers The Morrisonville Chapter of the Future Farmers started this year with an enrollment of forty-five members. At the various meetings held by the Future Farmers problems, pertaining to the organization, were discussed and voted on by the members. The year's activities started with the officers attending Officer's Training School at Farmersville. We are going to purchase a registered gilt for the chapter project. The committee to see about obtaining this project is as follows: Dick Bails, Chairman, Jerry Fahl and Glenn Myers, comrnittee members. We gave an all school dance September 30th. Cider and do-nuts were served as refreshments, and Lester Curvey furnished the enter- tainment. There was a large attendence and everyone had a gay time. There was dancing, of course, the Virginia reel played a large part in the evenings entertainment. Even the teachers dropped their formality and joined in a whirl or two. On October 13th we had V-Roy the magician here. We made appro- ximately S30.00 from his show. V-Roy had many tricks up his sleeve, including pulling the rabbit out of a hat, an immortal princess act, and making a radio disappear. Everyone enjoyed his act. The freshmen were initiated and all passed the test to become mem- bers of the F. F. A. It took much determination on their part, however, to pass the tests. To add to the hurniliation of wearing their clothes backwards, they also had to wait upon the senior members of the club. Nice for the seniors, but the freshmen were not too tickled with the idea. We had a Christmas party on December Zl. During the meeting the freshmen were installed and given their pins. Membership cards were given to all of the members who were at the meeting. May Z we had a judging team entered in the sectional judging con- test. We will also have some members showing projects atthe Christian County Fair next summer. The officers for the chapter for the past yearwere: president, Ernie Sikesg vice-president,'J'oe Clarkg secretary, Melvin Rich, treasurer, Allan Curvey, reporter, Loren Arkebauerg sentinel, Claude Schmedeke. Ernie Sikes 67



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Mohawk Staff One of the many customs of our school is that the junior class edits a school paper. We didn't wish to be differentg so we edited the "Mohawk". The following persons served on the staff! Our business managers sold subscrip- Editor .... . . . . Assistant Editor . Faculty Reporter . . Alumni Reporter . . Art ........... Freshman Reporter Sophomore Reporter Junior Reporter . . . Senior Reporter . . F. F. A. Reporter . F. H. A. Reporter . G. A. A. Reporter . Senior Interviewer . Band Reporter .... Girls' Sports . . . Boys' Sports . . Gossip ..... Jokes .. ......... Business Managers Five copies were published. . . Barbara Lowis . Margie Jenkins .........LeroyYard . . . . . . . . Dorothy Harris . . Peggy Davis-Lee Skinner GeneSikes . Lorraine Curvey . . Virginia Oller . . . . . Marian Smith . . Loren Arkebauer . . . . . . Darlene Hill . . Margaret Ann Todt . . Ronella Armitage . . . Joan Engelhart . . . . . Jerry Furray . . . . . . . . Bernard Noonan . Sue Stewart-Darrell Brown . . . Jerry Fahl-Harry McKinnie Virginia Oller-Dorothy Harris tions for twenty-five cents each. The paper was published on the first Wednesday of every six weeks. There was no issue for the first six weeks. . The issuing of the "Mohawk" was lots of fun, but also plenty of hard work. The businessmen in town obligingly bought ads for the "Mohawk" and in this way helped sponsor our paper. Our thanks go to our advisor, Miss Sleevar, for all the valuable help she gave usg and to the production staff, the Typing ll' class. Recognition also should go to the many persons who helped make our paper a success by turning in write-ups. Thanks a lot, folks. We enjoyed very much our wo rk which is now finished: and we leave the task and our good wishes to the next class. Barbara Lowis 69

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