Morrisonville High School - Crest Yearbook (Morrisonville, IL)

 - Class of 1956

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 Seeuat Cities NAME FAVORITE SONG FAVORITE POSSESSION FAVORITE FOOD AMBITION Becky Anderson The Sand and The Sea My Zane Grey Books Cheese Cake Nurse Linda Beckmier Moments To Remember Doll collection Pecan Pie Go to Hawaii in 1958 Bill Clark Suddenly Roller Skates Fried Chicken To own a new ford Doris Dey Anything that's Rhythm and Blues Shoe Skates Cherry Pie Commercial artist and housewife Herman Durbin South of New Orleans My Money Strawberry Shortcake A Bookkeeper Mary Alice Ellis Stardust All of my jewelry Devil's Food Cake Home Economics Teacher Phyllis Franklin Moments to Remember Daddy's black and white ford Peaches To go to college next fall Shirley Franklin Somewhere Over The Rainbow Stuffed animal collection Fried Chicken Go to college or be an airline hostess Harris Graham Autumn Leaves Baritone Sardines Mathematician Gary Herzog White Christmas Class Ring Fried Chicken To own a new car Marilyn Himstedt Always C. R. 's ring Fried Chicken Nurse Barbara Huddleston Stardust Picture Collection Date Pudding To go to school Mary Louise Jones Naughty Mariette Driver's License Baked Chicken, dressing, and gravy Piano teacher Donald Kramer Rock Around The Clock Shotgun Apple Dumplings To get out of school Eugene Leach It’s a Sin To My little green Pie of any Go to college Tell A Ue Ford kind and become a millionaire Lyle Me Ward Sixteen Ton Glasses Ham To farm 1, 000 acres Caroline Munson Teenagers Waltz Class Ring Shrimp Airline Hostess Ron Painter Teenagers Waltz Class Ring Fried Chicken To get a job and make lots of money Elvin Porter There Stands The Glass Shotgun Strawberry Shortcake To be a farmer Nadine Rathgeber Autumn Leaves Eddie Fisher Picture Album Cherry Pie T.V. Home Economist Karen Saffer The Gypsy My Yearbooks Ham Secretary and farmer's wife Lynda Schober He Turquoise Ring Ice Cream Secretary Angela Schweitzer The Kentuckian Cedar Chest Steak Go to Hawaii Janet Shoraga I'll Never Stop Loving You Driver's License Cokes Nurse Geraldine Smith He Class Ring Chicken To be a secretary Jerry Snyder There Stands The Glass Ring Strawberry Shortcake To be a doctor Mary Frances Spencer Tina Marie Skates Chicken Beautician Harold Wade He Car Fried Chicken To own a new Ford Beverley Windell If I May by Nat "King” Cole Albert Raspberry Pie al a mode Wife to a certain someone

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@a%ttCval The 1955-'56 Carnival held October 29 was another successful school activity. Concession booths for the entertainment of the public filled the gymnasium. The school cafeteria was transformed into a night club where delicious food and popular acts added to the evening's success. The boxing matches sponsored by the Physical Education Department also drew a large crowd. Another carnival attraction was a dance for the carnival guests with music provided by Pat Dardano's orchestra. To highlight the evening's activities, there was a colorful ceremony crowning Charles Ray Hudson and Andrea McWard as 19 55 Carnival King and Queen. The attendants were Freshmen --Rosalie Painter, Jean Beaty, Larry Seitz, Wayne Stewart; Sophomores--Marcella Todt, Kirby Lindsey, Dale Smith; Juniors--Elaine LeFever, Joyce Shake, Larry Dowdy; and Sen-iors--Lynda Schober, Janet Shoraga, Gary Herzog, Jerry Snyder. The Carnival was sponsored by the Senior Class and the F. H. A. organization.



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