Morton High School - Cauldron Yearbook (Morton, IL)

 - Class of 1954

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Editor LaRae Muselman, Business Manager Jim Roecker, Advertising Manager Advisors Isabeth Smith William Furkin I Two FUREWORD A half century of M.T.H.S- has passed in the familiar old building, soon to crumble into dust. As a reminder of the con- tinuity of human progress, a fine new building next Septem- ber will provide more extensive opportunities for s t u d e nt growth. May the vital part of the school, existing independ- ently of any structure, flourish and expand in the new surroun- dinfzs! The Cauldron staff presents the thirtieth edition of the yearbook. 1 ,iffi t i . " uf-3129: 9 , -ef i '12 l K. 'N 'K nr 5 A X t -..-.. llullhnuuiulnlzlu um'-----.'-I - . 'H .Q x JA. - , ep. 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IIIIIII I IIIII IIIIII IIIII I I IIIIII IIIIIIIIII I f I YY,.. , H ,,,, W . :Lk , 1- b ' , EEEE I W I I I z -. .-73 X7 IQ Mrus d hpp BACK TO QCHOOI On August '30 Ouentatlon Day the fleshmen ventured Into the halls of MTHS to learn somethmg of our classes and dCtlVltl95 Septembex fust the up pei classmen and fxeshmen allke stalted to work wlth 1 full year ahead of them Everyone seemed glad to be back ln school aftex 1 lllle summel vacatlon The fnst blg event of thc ye 11 was Homecommg 'llme hlghllghts of the ev ent wexe a snake dance paxade game and the dance Homecommg was a big success cven though Molton lost IH the football game XVlth Chlllxcothe Fme school bplllf was shown as all the classes and orgamzatnons wolked hard on then floats to make thxs Homecommg the best mver at MTHb l 'SlX Y M Sh "Here comes the parade!" The . . . . Bond leo s the colorful Home-comlnq floats thru the football- c y town. Y L 4 ,' , ' Freshmen Dunne Strunk, Lorr Vance, and G y R k th ' v v "Andrew Sisters" of orion High C . ' students on lniiiotion Day. 1 ' 1 u v I . Q . 'N 1 . 1 . , , - .- - . K I L. . 7. r ' . 4 ' I ' -Ks 'U 1 , E 1 1. L- . , . . u Y . . . , . ' Y V I I I D w I 1 .1 4 V - ' , . . . A . I .' . w v l W 'v X . .-, I The hard worklng tumor class sold hut doqs and c ee to the football spectators Lunch time for the sorry lookmq freshman gtrls' FRESHMAN INITIATION Atthebeghnnngofthe195L54sch0m ternt,sixty-Hve green freshnten entered the halls ot' MTHS. First came their init- UNION SpOHSOI9d bv the Student Coun C11 VHIIOUS freshman students were plcked to pettoxnt before an allsthool dssendnv 'Th new teachers were dho lnnlated Wlth the new students The three green mllkrncuds ure mlldly tortured by seniors lim Roecker Terry Rupp and Gerry Unks ,,..1-- swfkwyf W -he Seven T y K. . . - . . ,, , . . , . . . off t ,5 4' ' W G ' 4 ..... 1, ' "1f?T'- lf' ,QPF w r ' 'QQ ' 6 ' M u ,J A ,, A Q? , . 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I V nf' ,I if z"'f' P V ,, L 9- IHIX BALK IHI HAM The pep club undex the supetxmon of MISS Dons Baldrldge nhvsxcal edu CdtlOn teachel hae xeallv bu1lt up the mordle of the studentq dt MTHS Thls IS Mme Baldudge s fust year on the faeultx it MTHQ Her hard wotk and long houts wexe dppleelated bv both the team ind the pep club Seetlons at baeketball and football gxmes xx exe Ieselved fox the pen club The cheerleddels also helped to bling Qchool splllt to MTHS Thle veal s cheerleaders were Kay Phllllps J1c'k1e Grundy Elednot Yotdy and Martv March Thls ns the fust yefu fo1 'VIa1tx Jackle and Kxv hive been cheerleaders lox the plst txxo Ve us xnd Fleanol tot three ye us llnhll Its class xuenei lOdSl lSlhLl1lSl soclll OCCHSIOH of he veal fox each class Sportsmem Lake IS the spot xx hleh all the classes chooee fox then annual ple mc Ovel pop potato ehlps mxmhmal loxw hot dogg and all the tllmmmgs Qtudente and faculty membexs get ac quamted Aftel ex elvone 18 fllled to the bum llvely gamee E110 played Them IS dancmg to lecolds O1 1 ge nel 11 ,qab see slon IS held ssL eg IO hi os dsoda pop 5 D Ll 1 SS Wil Nl lx lxOAQT eN9oclGcdd oith MTHS o l Nme l hw The bonfln- hnghlnghted the snake dance with HfJlll6COllli11g I'Iigl1ligfI1 ts the burning un emgy of o Chnllu Ghost We rc Expecting cz Victory he senior float ref :ved Grst place Dont Let Our Beef Go to Chlllu was c- ,uf- FFA entry ond receuved thnrd place They Dont Hove o Ghost of cm Choncc wan s cond place for the sophomores P xx W A4-s HH f -H-Unk fTenJ 116611 IQ C, IOQLII RW i' Queen K Phnlllps und her ovendonis B Dockus K .llbben and S Snmllcnberqer receuved lhelr mums on Homecoming Day 11 Forlmon clrlvcs llwe honored couri Queen Kay and her oflendonvs an llwe parade Coplom Jnm Rcecker crowns Kay Phillips as 53 54 Homecormng Queen Her cmendcnvs and Ohenr escorls were Scndy Smollenberger and Ruley Renfro Barb ara Dorlws and Gerry Unks and Kay Jlbben and Don Yoder Wall Uhlmun was lhe queens escort I Flexffn L Y x L l f ni i r I 4 ' E x 1 Ji. ' , 4 A fy K Y , " u ' 'I g , A 1 P s 7 , , I . ,.wf'j , . y , , ' l Rught Shvelo Ferrlll Miss H rsfem Miss Melvm und lounse Roecker prepare to mlmeograph the Phul osopher Reac al About lt Left Junior Joan Necessary sells candy c noon hour prolect of the lunlors to rouse money for the Jr Sr Prom Left Ducnne Fisher Lols Wnzlg and Jane? Hem nger assemble the Phrl osopher for sellung The PhllOSOpll9l the school newspapel edlted bl weekly by the students of MTHS xs read eagerly On the day lt IQ put out, students may be seen leanmg agamst thelr lockers, dlg6St1l'lg every word, or franucally stuffing them 1nt0 thelr notebooks as class opens ln order to glVG an lmpresslon of undlvlded lnter est xn what the teacher has to say I Twelve ,l 1Dl'iVCI',S Training T rn r shows Dole Deon and Carol Schnudgoll he Mr u lnnurds of the Dodge drivers ircnrung cor Mary Bishop fries cu? The new dlctcphone ln advanced YYPIYVQ :loss A dlctaphonc was added to the com merce depaxtment at M'1Hb th1S year It was used mostly by the semor typmg classes Each glrl who was mterested ln knowmg how to work the dlctaphone was glven a week to practlce wlth It m typmg class Center Don Schwurtzeniruub and Jack Schnndgull re ml 'he new coke mcchme before the noon hour rush Mr Zwunzng enloylng humself wllh u pnece of fudge ai 'he freshman Sprung Cornnval 3 l Thxrteen I . e ' -. .- ""' ' Louuse Roeclcer Mary Oswald Miss l Smnh cmd Shirley Schmldgcll bus ly dry pxclures for puhllcuhon m the Cauldron YOUI' LGU C F011 Pr ll, lxii Zlllg Ili! I1 Jxm Roecker Lcxlloe Muselmon cmd Mr Furlun lake cure of the buslness end of the Cauldron Mrs Wilson Miss Melvm and Miss Jones se! oul for home ond u busy mqht of checking papers I Iuultm n I ' ll 1 lx 'cl' l in The Studen's often do not 1631129 the large amount of xx ork thflt goes on be lnnd the scenes IH the l1b1 ary Everyone spends part of h1s tlme 1n here, for ref erences or fol pleasure The llbrarlans have the 1eQpons1b1l1ty of carlng for all the books and magazlnes VVhlCh make up the llbrary 'lhe club, wlth lts new ad vlsor MISS Lundbevg has done a vely good Job thlq xea1 5 mr' Found delvvng mio ihe mysierues of shop "l Dolores Coldwell and Muss Lundberg work on one of the many tasks of running c Ilbrory us Jerry Muller chooses a book nxc lange Q asses work are Loreflo Felker Dorlene Roth and Borboro Dockus fw 'Ripe uni' P' Q ai Loren Schleber Jm Roecker Glen Gefz and Jnm Toy or luke u chance on their own cook ng In home economics class M.,- I Flfteen I L l 1 . 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D l l - versity pleased an all-sehool assembly f I ' v? 4 u . l 1 w 1- xx K GX ' S' - -x ra llEIt1011 Tune cl bd u Hoepfner uesenls cn arm bouqucf of noses lo Mrss D Smith nn appreclu non of lm r hurd work on the lumor ploy Mr Whlluker Us sen or advisor sees The sensors ihrough dnl the rufuul of commence men? from mecusurlng for caps and gowns CEs1her Galloway and Donna McManus 1 llwe las! appearance In hese symbol c outfits Kay Bella Jubben Eleanor Yordy and Dm lene Rrfflwcler seek 0 remedy for Tom Kudds sudden ullness an ihe exchange assembly ploy 1 lUEw""lT':5D"93Q.fDO 5-Uqggommfvo-Ps 'C 4 "'3I3.':-'CBJ'-r-Z f,,Um5COmQ.:Sf'5O- .. m ...UQ Q. aIT...'330g,,ECg2 E52S35.,5Q-320 mf'D'U'gSggm5OE..:'q2 07013 5 342-345.5 9 , 095m-5400525 ,-"5gQ.fJ:':S.-5Q0'QgJ,.- gmmgfvggmmg QWQQQEQAQAW -Q4,.f1 - no Q m : 3 :'S 0 : E O'Um 3 Ngfmm 'Ti QmQ,:E.'I.""'Z"Q sfrg 089554 Ev-gK.,:I.-rf-1 CD gg ,- 4-+'-5 5 Jam 5'fD5d'4f1 :LQ- -rgifb,-m 5-D....m P-4 w':nng:wQQW r-Pr-mm mmmfjm 355572 rn30QA SQQEESMQSS 2.5-f-s33mOm:"m MM www 'H 1 if 'K Y as WW wmfgfn lH"m, 'Ha an 5 si 11 f'-'eww-fmw I Sew enteen 1 A ti W I I C U 2 3 EZ , 5 Ls 1 'r ' , gif 2 if 'SS' . ,. gg 5525-EE f -1 -1-l5i5l.'3 5 . . .,.- .. .. 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My 15253 Qfflhyllnlglwllliziilil A l 1 y p th th Possesslons Ol posxtlon mean l11tle ln the home of Glandfather Jlm Roecker where h1S daughter L Muselman IS wr1t1ng her eleventh play whlle her hus band D C014 and hls frlend G Unks toy wlth exploslvcs Thclr daughter M Much and her husband D Schwarzen traub pract1ce ballet danclng and the Xylophone Dance 1nstructor D Broy lntroduces a Russlan countess M Yordy to the famlly E Yordy seeklng a part 1n the new play annoys D Aupperle the mald and her boy frlend J Txm Taylor C Hew1tt an lnternal revenue collector remlnds Grandfather of neglected 1n come tax returns and G men B Bart elmay J Grlmm andD Dawson 1nvest1 gate exploslons Youthful J Grundy d1s mayed by these eccentrlcltles IS torn be tween famlly loyalty and love for hand some T Rapp K Jlbben and S Hostett ler h1s bewlldered parents fmally con sent to the match won by Grandfather s ph11OSOphy of nfe You Cant Take It W1t 1 You P Y k C h l ghtly l Elghteen l 'U t ' K if aa 'G . , Q , xi x V ' ' 1. Y ' . 1 c , r , . ' . I , ' 7 . . . . , . , ' i ' - V 1 K 1 ' 1 ' 1 i ' L 1 ' 1 ' ' A ' ' 1 1 as 11 - l - Y , . K-is i , K 1 ' 1 - 1 ' Don Cox slortles Jackie Grundy and Terr Rap wi e I I ' , , ,. , , L results of his experiment. 5' Y - - 1 Q 1- I. I . . . - 1 I , 1 1 n . v Y . . . ' ' . ' 1 7 - . , . . . ,. , - - , l , . , . u 1 - 1 77 Miss D. Smith settles ci scenery problem for Loren Scbieber and Dic lurk. LaRue Muselrnczn, Gerry Unks, .lim Roecker, Deon Broy, Mcrfy March, and Don Schwartzentroub are oll members of l e "si wacky family" in the senior class la . ,f M, ..,.,, , 4 , ky' 3, if S il? i Mi 1 1 . li Q g f.:-2:-I fs' lj E 1 .A , in .L ffl' F 1 "ir f " ,Af 'G . . l 3 1 - ' J f N K' , 3 I y ,1 g ,Q f P . On th1s date Bgourn Faulknex a vxeal thy buslnessman xx as kllled or commlt ted su1c1de Wlth a Jury chosen from the audlence the JUDIOFS presented the tr1a1 of h1s accused secretary as thelr class play on Febxualy 18th The V91d1Ct ren dered was Not gullty' M1ss Dorls Smlth was the dlrector Cast memoors were C Stoller cused of murder G Hohnstre1ter de fense attorney G Unks d1str1ct attorn ey wltnesses K Ph1l11ps widow of BJorn Faulkner N Beyer housekeeper J Necessary Janltorswlfe D Matheny handwr1t1ngeKpert J Frltz medlcal ex amlner W Roth Faulkners ex secre tary J S1nen1 gangstel S Muselrnan banker J Schmldgall prxvate eye J Farnam pohceman P Mxllard nlght h club dancer Court employees were R Aberle R Frank J Fortman D Frlntz I Dully L Peters The secretarles were L Miller and S Wuthr1ch T 16 N1gl1t of I 9 S l l y l Nlneteen I 11 . . . 1 7 - V v s y f ,- wg , . 1 ' ' KC ' YY ' ' ' . . . , HC' i ' 1 ' i - y ' i 'T ' 1 i S - , 1 . ' ' ' ' - , Gerry Unks questions Kay P illips about her connection with , , l , , , the death of her husband. 1 , . , ' . . , - V ' 7 - . I . . ' as ' ya, , v ' 1 7 ' . , , N , ' l ' 1 ' . . , . i . H l ' 16'cl1n Jud e Don Frintz looks on as Jim Fortmun prepares to swear in Charlene Stoller, the accused. Charlene to ler, Ronnie Aber e, Imo Dull , Shirley Wuthrich, and Joe Sineni ut a tens moment in the trial. - at , . Ii , MMM ' . r 2' fr-' , l ' ' . 5 F Linh ,, ,..--.1-. New Nfl' '3 ks naw 'YAQQ Qiilii 1 nn: Upper left Lchn Club Banque? Upper rlghf Don Cox puis up o posier for his CUl1dldUfC an fhe student council elechon Center Iefi Normo Frendunger Bcrboru Aberle and Judy Cosile were the clowns of the freshmen socnul hour Center rnghi Duane Strunk works of one of the side oftrochons of the freshman socnol hour Lower lefi Exchange assembly ploy Lower right Gerry Unks ond Po! Mlllard rn the Jumor Ploy l Twenty 1 fu . 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C r-- I an 1 n- tm ' E r an .f x w . 5 , rn r f 5' C' :xr ff II ! , PERSONNEL l g Q, " I X f 'Q I jf KVN ff K ' ,g, T-'Z-, N l Q xg Con ratu at1onS Commemoratmg the Golden Annlvers ary of the flrst Morton H1gh School bulldlng our new physlcal plant Wlll be dedlcated th1s year Congratulatlons to the c1t1zens of Morton on flfty years of f1ne achlevement' May you contlnue to demonstrate a hlgh level of academlc progress and moral lnfluence through your schools' Notlng populatlon trends whlch polnt to an enrollment of elght hundred by 1960 Morton communlty has faced and met the need for plannlng Our new bulldlng IS modern 1n educatlonal de sxgn and equ1pped to handle the prob lems of the future To the communlty we say Thank you' To the students we say Use It Wlsely for lts lnfluence wlll follow you forever' W Wm D Morton mms T 19 BOEII BOARD OF EDUCATION l Twenty three J '4 g 1 . Y v ' u , v v n l al ' ' v v . . rw . . Y .H Mr. . D. Morton is serving his second year cis principal o . . . . Principal William Morton, Phil Gelz, Al Beyer Homer Oswald, Pres. D.'. Cody Cox, Sec'y Virgil Unks, Clarence Muselmcn, Clifford Jibben. igilkifiv 2 --I i t SEATED left to rght Mss Mel n Mr Zw zg Mr C rpe Mr Mo ton M Whitaker Mlssl Sm th Miss D Smlth STANDING Mss Hrstel Mr Ren Muss Jones Mr Furkn Mss Lundberg Mr Hager Mxss Boldrldge Mr Turner Mrs Wlson THI: FACULTY WILLIAM D MORTON Pr1nr1pal MELVIN REIN MLISIC Mathemat1cs lll1IlOlS State Normal Un1ve1s1ty BS Un1vers1ty of Ill1no1s M S FelloWsh1p Un1vers1ty of Ill1no1s Instructor U S A F I Europe ology UHIVGFSIIY of Ill1no1s B S M S ALICE JONES G1rls Counselor Enghsh Southern Ill1no1s State Normal Un1vers1ty B Ed Un1vers1tV of Ill1no1s M A ISABETH SMI'1H Mathemat1cs Lat1n Un1vers1ty of Il1no1s B S M S WILLIAM FURKIN Socxal Sclencc Central MISSOUTI State College B Ed Bradley Un1vers1ty BETTY MELVIN Commerce Western Ill1nJ1s State Teachers College B Ed Colorado State College of Educat1on Bradley Unlxerslty DAVID HKGER Agr1culture Oklahoma A and M B S WESLEY VVHITXKER Sc1ence Mathemat1cs Southern Ill1no1s Normal Un1vers1ty B Ed Un1vers ty of Ill1no1s Fellowsh1p Case Inst1tute of Technology Ill1no1s State lNo1rnal Un1vers1ty B S Dcmson UIIIVQTSIIY A B Columb1a Un1vers1ty M A Profess1onal Dlploma Ju1ll1ard School of MUSIC Un1Vers1ty of Pennsylvanla WILLIAM F TURNER Phys1cal EdL1CatlOIl Or 1entat1on Ill1no1s St 1te Normal UHIVQISIIV B Ed Bradley Un1vers1ty M S ARTHUR L ZWANZIG Industr1al Arts Ill1no1s Wesleyan Un1vers1ty Ill1no1s State Normal Un1vers1ty B S 1n Ed UIIIVQI' 1ty of Ill1no1s Pradley Un1yers1ty ROSE LUNDBERG Llbrary Engllsh IlllH01S State Normal Un1vers1ty B S 1n Ed DORIS SMITH Speech Engllsh Bradley Un1vers1t5 A B DOPIS BALDRIGE Phys1cal Educat1on Math Southern Ill1no1s Un1Vers1ty B S 1n Phys 1cal Ed VELMA HIRSTEIIN Commerce C oshen College A A Ill1no1s State Normal Un1vers1ty B S 1n Ed Bmclley Umverslty PLBA WILSON Home Econom1cs Murray State College B S lTwc11ty four l r fn W ,1 IS f Y A, Q ' ,gl K -I I , i : E vi , . un i , . u r, . r , r. ' , ' . i , ' . ' . : i i 'r1, . i, ' , . i, l f - 1 t ' , . 1 - I - -1 . , ' :' ' - , ' ' ' , ' " , . .5 7 ' ' , . .9 ' ' , - -I f S 1 - -S . ' - ' ' ' 3 . , . .3 1 . . . . ., 7 '- . . . . I ROBERT CARPER7Ass't Pr1nc1palg H1story, B1- . - - ' ' ' ':, . .5 . . - - - I ' L ' Y ' " ' ' . ' .' . - V . C r I, . ., ' u . ., . ., , ' - ' , ' ' . ' -' , .Sf .5 ' ' 1 ' ' , . . . - x A , . ., . . S I k g , . - , 1.4 ' ' . . ' ' ' , . . . ..-. -1 - ' " . l. , . , . . - 1 . .5 , - ' A ' y .I 1. , I - . 1 ,- . . , . ., . . 1 1 1 y - -, . , . . ., Y ' . ' 4 I ' 4 1- 1 Y , , .K I 'sv L- . I . . -? Sl Q L ' 1 . .3 ' , ., ' ' . ' . , . . 1 . T e O ICG Force Bovfdrvvldrillifd rmxwunraftda - ' H Q Lee:- 'Q' 152 259- sie: Mr Robert Carper assustant prxnclpal discusses attendance records wxth Mr Wlllmm D Morton prnnclpal The two years of Mr Mo1ton s p11nc1 palshxp at MTHS have been the begln nlngs of manv changes Curuculum ex panslon has been made, more IS planned, the faculty has been enlarged, and coun Messrs Huetie and Huber Sam and Carl to students move mountains of waste paper an the course of u year but manage to stay good humored nn spxte of the work .y' ' 9FB'5 yawn-nw e oqice secretary Pat Landes dstrubufes the mornings mall sellmg sexvu 0 to students, s xtended the electlon and oqulpment of the new bulldlng, soon to be 1eady fo1 use has taken much 1me and plannlng lTwcnl5 ilu 11 2 " X. - t Th , , , : ' ' ' ' . , . 1 Y .' '- I' .1 w b . s M, S r ' 2 Q 21 3 L1 17 .5 Wmwm 1 . . I MW, ,, A , . V MM A-www Wm r I , , E V 3 v 5 v- " V , 1 Motto Colors If lower We l'1n1sh To Begxn Blue and Gold Yellow Rose S Rapp eI1101'S SEATED left to right Pres G Unks SecyTreos J Elser V Pres STANDING Adv MlssD Smith Adv Mr Whitaker We re loyal to you, Morton Hlgh' We re Cherry and Gray, Morton Hlgh' We ll back you to stand Galnst the best 1n the land, For we know you have sand, Morton Hlgh Rah' Rah AUPPERLE DELORES ANN fAnnJ A 'I nd I 2 3 Chorus I 2 A Human Relations l 2 Lrbrary Club 2 3 4 President 2 Speech Club 'I Latm Club 2 4 Philosopher 2 3 4 Cauldron 3 4 Class Play 3 4 Pep Club 3 4 BAUM FLOYD ERNEST Human Relations I 2 A l Twenty SIX l BARTELMAY lBartl ndl 2 3 Human Relations Cauldron 2 Class Play 4 BAUM EILEEN ROSE Cleenlel A I Ban l C orusl 2 3 4 A Human Relations l Speech Contestant 2 Phulosopher l 2 3 Cauldronl 2 3 Class Play 3 Pep Club 3 4 2 4 1 l Q 4 W fmggwtx , ' : . . , '- . . , . . Y ' ,. . . , ' Y , . . G.A. . ,2, 3, 4 I Ba , , ,4 1 , 3, 4 ROBERT MAIJORY r.H. .1,3,51 ' I I I B0 , , ,4 D - , 1, 2 G.A. . , 2, 3, 4 , d I1 , , , ' , r.H. . 1, 2 F.F. . I, 2, 3, 4 I f , 1 14' BAUMAN, VIRGINIA ANN lGinnyJ BARNEBEE, BARBARA JEAN G,A.A. 2, 4 G-A-A lf 2, 3, 4 Human Relations I, 2 Chorus I, 2 Library Club 4 F-H-K lf 2, 3. 4 Philosopher 4 Human Relations I, 2 Cauldron 4 Class PIGY 3 Pep Club 3, 4 Pep Clul: 3, 4 BINKELE PATSY ANN Pat Chorus I A 2 Llbrcry Club Cauldron I 2 3 4 BURK VIRGINIA MAE lGlnnyl A l A Human Relations I Pep Club 3 4 Band 3 4 Chorusl 2 Philosopher Cauldron 4 CALDWELL DOLORES JANE fDeel 2 Enlered from Plncltneyvulle 2 A 2 A 2 Llbra y Club 4 Philosopher 3 4 Cauldron 3 4 Pep Club 3 4 BISHOP MARY LUCILLE A 2 C orus I 2 4 HJman Relahons I 2 Library Club I 4 Philosopher Cauldron 2 Pep Club 3 4 BOND LILLIAN JUNE BROY HAROLD DEAN fTonqc17 A I ndl 2 3 Band 3 4 Vnce Presldenl 4 Chorus I 2 Chorus 2 3 4 A lafln Club I 2 Human Relahons Human Relahons I Phrlosopher 1 2 3 4 Band Conlesfanl 3 4 N..-f Twentw seven I COX DONALD CODY lDon Football I Cross Country Bas etball I 2 3 ack I 2 Intramuralsl 2 3 4 M C ub 2 3 4 Secretary Treasurer B nd I 2 orusI 2 3 President 4 Human Relations I Science Club I L In CIubI 2 3 Cauldron 2 3 4 Assistant Editor Photography Editor 4 Class Play 4 Class Presndent 3 Class Vnce Presudent 2 DOCKUS BARBARA JEAN lBarbl nd I 2 3 Secretary Treasurer 2 Contestant 3 4 orusl 2 'Z A Secretary 2 Presldent 3 4 Latln Club 2 4 Philosopher 2 3 4 Assistant Editor 2 Cauldron 3 4 Chorus Contestant 3 4 Pep Club 3 DAVL 'ON RICHARD RANDALL lD1ckD Wlthdrew I954 Football I 3 Human Relct ons Clcss Play 4 ELSER JACQUELIN ANN Uacklej Chorus I A Treasurer Human Rf-lat ons I Library Clu Vnre Pr sudcnt 3 Philosopher 3 4 Business Mcnag Cauldron 3 4 Class Flay 3 Class Se r la y lrca Jrcr 4 Pep Club 3 4 ARK RICHARD EUGENE Bar COOKE PATRICIA MARIE lMmJ A I alll 2 n 1 2 Basketball I Chorus 1 Tra 3 4 A l"'7"CmU"UI5 I 3 Parllamentarlan 2 M Club 4 Human Relations I 2 Human Relatnons I 2 phdosophef 1 2 3 4 CIGSS PIUY 3 Cau clron I 2 3 4 Pep Club 3 4 FELKER LORETTA LUCILLE GALLOWAY 55154551 inn CLoretl En ered from East Peoria 3 G A A 3 4 Cauldron 4 Drum Malcretles 3 4 Pep Club 3 4 I Twenty elght I G A I 4 Chorus I A Phnlosopher 4 Cauldron 4 Pep Club 3 4 CL , ' K J G.A.. ,2,3,4 Footb ,,3,4 50511314 Ck . 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'I elf 3 .A,. , 1 ' r.H. .1,2,4 GETZ GLEN E Basketball l Baseball l 2 3 4 Cuptam 4 .,,,,,m,,,,,l,1 2 3 cmoemcn JAMES wmms MClub2 3 4 Vuce Presndent 4 A o us l 2 Student Council l 3 4 President 4 Human Relatnons l la In Club 2 Class Presudent l Intramurals 2 4 11' HOLDER NANCY CAROLE lNanl A 2 3 Chorus Human Relatuans 3 Library u l 2 Vnce Presrclent 2 Presldent 3 Secretary Treasurer 4 Latin Club 2 Class Play 4 Chorus Contestant l Pep Club 3 4 HOSTETLER SAM MERWYN Entered from Hesston Kansas 4 Football 4 Basketball 4 Intramurals 4 Class Play 4 GRIMM JACK IRVIN Human Relutlons l Class Play 4 HEISER MYRA HELEN A l nd l 2 A Publ c Relatnons Ch HJm:xn Relctrons 'l 2 la n Club 2 Pluosoplwerl 2 3 4 u d an l 2 3 -.3 Club 4 2 GRUNDY JACQUELINE ELLEN Uacluej A l Vice Pres dent 4 C orus l 3 4 Stud nt Councnl 3 A Parlnamentarlan 3 Humcn Relations I 2 Latm Club 2 Phulosaplwerl 2 3 4 C udron l 2 3 4 Class Play 3 4 Cheerleader 4 Class Secretary Treasurer Pep Club 3 HEWITT CHARLES lCl1arllel Entered from Farr Grove Mussouru 2 Assxstant Manager Basketball 2 Intramurals 2 4 B nd 2 3 4 Class Play 4 l l Txxentv nme l MARCH MARTHA ANN lMartyJ A l Corusl234 A Human Relations l 2 MCCOY KENNETH LEE library Club 4 Phnosopher I Entered from East Peoria 3 Cauldronl 2 3 Class Play 4 Cheerleader 3 4 Drum Malorettes Pep Club 3 4 D um Malor 3 4 MQMANUS DONNA JEAN A l MORE MARGIE ANN lMargeJ Phtlogopher 2 Entered from East Peoria 3 Cauldron 2 G A 3 4 Pep Club 3 4 Cauldron 4 Pep Club 3 4 JIBBEN, KAY BETH Uibb G.A.A. l, 2, 3, 4 Athletic Association 43 Secretary-Treasurer 4 Band l, 2, 3, 4: Vice-President 37 President 4 Chorus Accompanist l, 2, 3, 4 Student Council 2, 3, 4, Secretory-Treasurer 4 F.H.A. l, 2 Human Relations l, 2, Secretary-Treasurer 2 in Club l 2 Phllosopherl 2 3 4 Assistant Editor 2 Editor 3 Cauldron 2 3 Class Play 4 Music Contestantl 2 3 4 LISCOM, JANET MAY Uonl Entered from Tremont 2 G.A.A. 3, 4 Human Relations 2 Cauldron 3, 4 Pep Club 3, 4 MUSELMAN LaRAE CAROI. A l RAPP SHERRY wa.-JM Recordung Secreta ry 3 President 4 nd l 2 arusl 2 3 A Protects Ch 2 Historian 4 Human Relations l 2 library Club 3 4 President 4 latin Club 3 President 3 Philosopher 2 Cauldron 3 4 Assistant Business Mgr 3 Business Manager 4 Class Play 3 4 Class Vice President 3 l Thlrty l A l Recording Secretary 3 Band 3 Chorus l 2 Student Council l A Human Relations l 2 Library Club 2 Sp ech Club 2 Vice President 2 S eech Contestant 2 Latin Club 2 Philosopher 4 Class Vice President 4 Pep Club 3 4 Lot , ,3 G.A.. ,2,3,4 lv mi. .1,2 . I ' '3 I ' ,2,3,4 ' , , ,4 . ' 2 G.4..,2,a,4 , ,3,4 ,A.., o.A.. ,2,3,4f , ' ' QA. , ,2,3,-4: Ba ,,3,4 ' Ch ,,,4 r,H. :l,2,3,4, , , ' ' F.H..1 4 IAP? TERRY Herrance Football 34 Basketball I Baseball I 2 M Club 3 4 B nd I 2 3 Chorus I 2 Student Caun REMMERT EDITH BELL CEdncj AI CorusI23 Intramurals I A HJmon Relations I 2 Lnbrary Club I 2 4 3 Lntln Club 2 I Philosopher Human Relations I 2 Cculdwn 3 latnn Club 2 Philosopher I Class Play 3 4 Pep Club 3 4 SCHIEBER LOREN WAYNE ISchnebI otballl 2 3 Bas etball I 2 3 4 Captann 4 Baseball I Intramurals I 2 M C ub 2 3 4 Athletic Assacnatlon 4 Vnce President 4 Chorus 3 4 Haman Relatnons I 2 SCHMIDGALL KENNETH WAYNE IMeatbaIII otball I 2 3 Basketball I 2 ack I 2 Captain 4 lntramuralsl 2 3 ub I 2 Sergeant at Arms Athletuc Assoclatnon President 4 Human Relahons I 4 4 2 I RITTHALER DARLENE ANN Entered from East Pcarna 3 G A A 3 Chorus 3 Cculdran Pep Club ROECKER JAMES ALLEN 1DocI Football 3 4 Captain 4 Basketball I 2 3 Baseball 4 Intramurals I M Club 34 President 4 B nd I 2 C orusl 2 3 4 Vlce Presudent 4 Student Council 3 4 Human Relations I 2 Latin Club 2 3 Vnce President 3 Phllosopherl 2 3 Class Play 3 4 CDarI Advertising Mgr 4 Asssstant Advertlsnng Mgr 3 Class President 2 Class Vuce Prcsndent I ROIH DARLENE SCHICK HENRY CHARLES IAnnI lHankJ Entered from Pekin I A 2 Track I Human Relations 2 3 Manage' I Speech Club 2 Intramurals I Phnlosopher 3 4 lub I 2 Cuuldwn Human Relations I 2 Pep Club 3 4 Debwe 4 Thlrty one I ',2 QA.. ,2,a,4 'Wu .,3,4 h ,,,4 ,2.3,4 F.H..I,2' - 44 G ,4 ' 'J ,, ,4 ' , :il ,4 ' 3,4 f A ' , ,4 . 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Cauldran.2, 3, 4g G.A., ,3,-4 1: , I2 - , M-C .,'3,4 3,4 - 1 F , , ,4 on F0 'IJ ,2.:s,4 T' , fi-4: .1 ,, - " F M-Cl ,,3,4: I l ' ' Q Q ,,,, , 'ef I I SCHWARZENTRAUB DONALD MENNO lDonJ Foo1balI2 3 4 Manager Track 2 Intramurals I 2 M C ub 2 3 4 Human Relahons Class Play 4 I 3 SCHMIDGALL, SHIRLEY DARLENE lSlwor1l A I Chorus I A SCHOENBEIN DAYTON JAY asurer Secretary Human Relahons 'I 2 HJman R Ia? ons I Phnlosopherl 2 3 Cauldron 2 Assxsfanl Ed tor 3 Edllor 4 Pen Club 3 4 Home am ng Queen Q qu-vnu SHEPHERD PAMELA lPaml A I Secrelary Treasurer nd I 2 Secrelary lreasurer 4 A Treasurer 2 Vlce Presldenl 3 Human Relahons Lahn Club 2 4 Class Secreiary Treasurer 2 3 Pep Club 3 SPQINGER MARLENE YVON AI orusl 2 A srsemv DONALD EUGENE Human Re,a,,on5 1 2 Cauldron 4 Pe Club 3 4 STONEIJALL HOPE ALAYNE CHoplI A I srRuNK BARBARA KAY orus I 2 Illarbl Parllam nfarlon 4 Humfm RSIOHOHS I Entered from Flanagan 4 rary Club I 2 Chews 4 Secretary Treasurer Ubrary Club 4 V'Ce P'95'de"I Chorus Conlestani 4 Lafm Club 2 Dlulosopher 3 4 Cauldron 3 4 Clc ss Play 3 P p Cub 3 lTh1rtx mo I G.A, . , 2, 3, 4 ' 64,1 F.:-1. , 1. 2, 3, 44 , nf , 3, ,,,,. 4 ' , ' e Z .2 ' , , ,4 A , 3A4: . Q . ' ' Y . , . A. ' c.A. . , 2, 3, 4, - 4 B0 , ,3, 4: , , F.H. , 1, 2,-3, , . . 4 2 , ,3, 4 ' ' ' -I , , ' 1 ' ,2 ' . . , ' 'rcs G.A. . , 2, 3. 4 Ch , , 3, 4 F.H. .1, 2, 3, 4 P 1 4 A GA , , 2, 3, 4 CI1 , , 3 I F. H, A. 1, 2, 43, 4, L-b . V3, 4: - 2, 3: ' ' . A 4 : I , 4 TAYLOR JIM LLOYD ITGY TGYJ Enlered from Peorla 2 Football 4 Baskeiball 2 Baseball 3 4 Intramurals 2 3 4 M Club 3 4 Band 2 3 4 Human Relahons 2 Class Play 4 UNKS GERALD lGerryJ Foolball Assistant r l Baskelball Assxslanl r 'l lub l nd l 2 Chorus 2 Studenl Council 4 Vnce Presndenl 4 H.1man Relatxons l 2 Scuence Club 'l Lalln Club 2 3 Phnlcsapherl 2 3 Ednor 3 C udron l 2 3 Asslstanl Business Mgr 3 Cass Presxdent 4 YORDY ELEANOR LENA E Y YORDY MARILYN esmsn A 1 nd l 2 Secrevary 3 orusl 2 3 Secretary 2 4 A Songleader 2 4 Human Relanons S eech Club 2 Phulosopherl 2 3 Ass stan! Busuness Mgr 3 Cau dron l 2 3 4 Class Play 4 Cheerleader 2 3, 4 Chorus Coniestanl 3 Pep Club 3, 4 lMarrl A l 'nd l orus l 2 Shld nl Councl 4 A Hnman Relalvons l Speech Club 2 Phllosopherl 2 3 4 C udron 'l, 2 3 4 Class Play 4 Pep Club 4 VIA AUDREY MARIE QAUI A 2 WALTERS BONNIE LOU Chorus 1 Entered from Conlon 4 A Library Club 4 lubrary Club 2 3 4 Cauldron 3 lep Cluo 3 4 WEISSER MARLENE DOROTHY lMarJ Al Corus'l23 A WOOD BETTY ANN A l Library I 4 Human Relahons Phulosopher l 2 Lrbrary Club 4 Cauldron 2 3 Philosopher 2 3 4 pep Club 3 4 Cauldron 2 3 4 Class Play 3 Pep Club 3 4 lThirty-three l ,MWA-A-'W' The CHIC and feedmg of Crowds as engrossed the attentlon of the JLll'11OIS all year from COHCGSGIOH stands at games to a beautlful Banquet and Prom 1n May The mcome from the formex provlded funds for the lattel Much of 1t xx as work, but there w as tlme fox a W eln 91 roast at .bportsmans Park, and fox the tradltlonal Soclal Hour Homecom xngs Queen was the IUHIOI s very on n lll1101'q SEATED left to ruqhr N Beyer I. Roecker A Swearmgen STANDING Mss Jones Mr Wnlson Mr Hager Kay Ph1ll1ps mth Sandra Smallenberger as an attendant The class play was an especlally 1l'lfGlGSt1l'1g and entertalmng dramatlc event, wmnlng much favorable commet fiom the audlence All 1n all It was a busy year, of var 1ed HCIIVIIIQS even xncludmg some hard xx o1k on textbooks, wlth a satlsfylng deqloe ot achlevement ln all areas JUNIOR CLASS FIRST ROW left Io right Ad Mlss Jones D Bred ne B er N Beyer B e C Burd k J Grimm J Keaton C Knot! SECOND ROW M Cook A Gnllesple I Dully R Aberle G Belsley H Pcmlion J Furnc 11 B Hoepfner M Daniel S Blelemu THIRD ROW G Hohnstrelfe D Frnnt T Kdd R Fra In D Greme E Bond .I Ande sow Hrks J Fr 71 J Forim n 5 A X I TI'11I'lyfOL1I' I I I W fl 1 0 -f 1 , A ' A I , W L as I 5 A I I 7 5 'W X ' I amz... """' 'A V ' K I , .IM.,:,.z.-W-I -N" ' ' ,,,,, -A-44 'kv UNI .3 I ' . - I I ' -' ' ' ' I ' 1 r v ' 1 v ' I ' 1 ' v - , , , 1 ,Q , Y ' . . . . X 1 . . , a . l I 4- , . N . . . i - Y i 'L ,. . . . , V . . 1, V 4 - . V . , ' : v. ' , . I , , Felk , . , , I.I1wfII r, . if , . ' , . , . . :.. A l'.r, . "1,.. iI,', nI, ' I. ,,I A I I2 ,. I ,'. lu: I 2 ' ' 5 Eel! 'd'F'IJs7 I If ,ig .A .b y , , , H --if N I I ,, W S X , . 3 , 0- .wf J Wu, TOP ROW Juniors choose class rings Jim Forlmon and Bull Parker work hard In shop class BOTTOM Exchange class Junuor boys bake bnsculls Malarevle Marlarre Sprunqer after 'he homecommg parade JUNIOR CLASS FIRST ROW left Io right P Mallard L Roecker M Sprnnger S Wufnruch B Wunelond L Pevers D Moser C Svoller S Smallenberger L Muller J Necessary R Weaver Adv Mrs Wllson THIRD ROW J Muller R Pflederer W Oney J Schwarzenlraub S Muselman R Roth B Parker K Oekel A Swearmgen J Phu I s l Thlrty flvo I l I . . .ff 'V , 3 'lui , , 15' 'I 1 Q E ,,,,,, 1 ,N- A u w A A 5'7" , ' , 3' x ff' ' . 3 A , as I , X . Q .M f ' eg 2 A In at A V bs .V S' , f 1 Q, 5 Q! 9 I SECOND ROW: R. Slegmaler, J. Schmidgull, J. Sineni, S. Wallers, O. Rediger, M. Oswald, K, Phillips, D. Mallweny, H, Pfeifer, G, Weisser, z . ' , . , . , . , . , . , , , . , . ' , . 'll'p , 5 il 1 1 ' ' 5 A . I A ,r K . J A 5 J 1 I . , , A Q Q . . , O 5 A N HW 0 . " I xr if ' All The Gay sllnetles retulned to l f for the sophomore Soc' al Houl Featured were the bar xx 1th pop and sandxxlehes a rogue s gallelv, xx here patlons guesse l WhlCh teacher once sat fo1 the baby ple ture dlsplayed and a phOTOg1 lphy shop where customers posed 1n typlcal gax n1net1es fashlon It was fun and fmane xally grat1fy1ng Second honors xx ere accorded the sophomore Homecomlng float Queen candldates from the class xxele lVllIllYl'l op lolnores SEATED left to rqlfn Pres F Roecker SecyTrecs S Ferrull NDING Ad Mss Mel n V Pres S Duemer A v en H1011 and V lem a Hxcks Sophomore gn ls and boys served it the Junlor Sen .ox Banquet and Prom 1n May Follow mg Tlcrfllllfhl sophomores spent the next dw eleaung avr ay all traces of the fes llXllW DICSGIHIITQ ltems whlch mlght DIOXP usc ful next year for thelr own dec Oldllye schemes Sha1o1 Wvuman and Don Capes Jomed tht class 1n September Mary Hyde Vex non ulbson, and Ronnle Pols 'on Vt1TllCllCXX dLlIll'1,Q the year SOPHOMOYE CLASS T ROW left to right G Broy J Hemlger M Boyd S Demer D F h B D lly e V Hcks M Fr tz C Hennnger P Ho er B Conley SECOND ROW Adv Mr Rm S Beyer S Evans D Fowk M Guih F' Ll A bell C Bullork A Gnlcdek M H de THIRD ROW J Cnzek D Geiger B Co P Brady B Fehr D Capes V Gln Dolw D D n W Baum D Dufelme er I lhnlx slx I Y: l je g , W M' , . "' , ll : . . , - , . , fi V , M "5-N STA : v. l vi, . . . ' , d. ' Mr, R l . An Y- ' ' JY - ' ' .. . , '-. ' 3. " l . , 1 U 1 K A . . ..' . ' .' ' O , ff 2 , ' ' ln ,M ,' ,' ,. Q , , ,, ' , . , . , , , ' T 1 Y ' ' F . Sli I . 1 w , . , , , s , , . 1 - 1 1- , , ,' 2 ,' ' ' ' , K. ' . i H Y 1 . V. 7 V U. . Y . . , c . . , f .V , . , . v s . . , . ' - . . ' . I - ua . Y '1 1 . . . 1 . . ' l Yu 7 l ' 1 I " 1 . . ' i ,-X. ' . . , . K , . ' ls I in , . 2 . -, K . . . . I . D FIRS , ' : . , . ' ' , . , . i , . 's er, . u , S. F rrill, , i , . i , . ' ' , . 9 , z . . e' , . , . , . r u , . . T ss, B. z . , . , , . ' , . y . 1 . ' , . ' , . x, . , . , . , . 2 san, D, lor, J. Ingolcl, . ea , , , , i . 7' ' . v 1' . TOP ROW Sandro Zobrusi helped the cheerleaders nn the homecomunj pe 9 ass moly Sopxamore gurls as alumnu encourage flue home coming splrll EOTTOM ROW Bull Roecker and Sharon Wuerman work on an expcrlmnf m nology In llvo seclus on of Grelher s born sophomores produce Vhe float that won second place SOPHOMORE CLASS C Schmndgall J Llscom SECOND ROW A Knoll L Vance S Toy or J Koch M Llndquusf J Owy V Pam M Reel B Wllllomson Adv Miss Melvin THIRD ROW F Roecker B Sendel B Roecker B Sflmellng A Wnlkn s B Warner H Moser A Keller R ehr Slroh R Srmlh IThntx sox en I aw ' K f I W 'H if "' if . X, , A 'www 'W E' ., ,LX - M" l - ' ' ' 1: 0 ' . l ' , ', . FIRST ROW, lefl lo r-ight: M. Morr, S, Zobrisl, S. Leak, S. Wcxgler, L. Whzig, L. Wcldbeser, V. Schnellbocher, J. Kuulfuss, J. Mcclugoge, : , , . , , l , . , . ' 4 , 2 , . l , . , , ' ' , . ' ' , 1. ,-A,' ,-44,."1.'- ,- ,- ,-Z,L. ,,'. 1 f 1 5 1 . 2 , 1 2 fl . r ill 'Q 'sy ' e 5 gm 1 J xl F l V K .V Q V W ,R 1, .U ' Q , a . 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Staggerxng last September undex alm loads of books slxty sw dlmmutlwe llgures lald dovsn thelr burdens ln the lockers of the old bulldxng thus be comlng the last class to use those halls WhlCh for flfty years, have known the tread of young feet Next fall the halls wlll be only a memory, yxhlle the fresh men, grown to the full statule of soph omoles, wlll store the11 DOSSSSSIOUQ 1n the flne accommodatlons of the neu 1 RF MF O GHT Ad Mas H sven Pres G Rocke V r S J Ross SecyTreos B Strunk Adv Mr Zwonzlg bulldlng Wastmg llttle tlme ln retrospectlon the heshmen soon had been lnltlated by the upper classmen enjoyed a wlenex loast at Spoxtsman s Lake, and settled down to a b1t of class work now and then Thou uowmng feat of the year was the Qprmg FIOllC soclal hour, gay xx1th balloons games, food and good sp1r1ts, xxhlch even the sprmg flood out slde Could not dampen FRESHMAN CLASS FIR T ROW left to rghf D Grimm N Gclb auth S G M D J Co le S Hoepf er B Abe le S Beyer M Corpenfer E N Frelchnger SECOND ROW J Gre ner D Humulion E Je mngs M Beyer B D ly M B gmcn S Bush p S Hrstem E Kelley A Becker H Kruse Adv Miss Hnrsiem THIRD ROW D Dncklson P Clark C Haynes E Good E Hermann R Gramm C Burdrck J Holder D Denne D Hunkler G Gerber I Thlrtw r ght my .1 -4 '4 "l 4 A Q, 1 LEFTT RI 1 V. 1 Ir i, . . , .PL I I v ir ' - V . : . . 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ROW Duane Strunk and Gerald Rocke enloy their lunch on the d y of lnntlutlon Working hard cn the floul' BOTTOM ROW Fun and food :lt the wtf-ner roost lnltuohon of green hands un FF A FRESHMEN CLASS FIRST ROW left to rught A Unks M Luluy J Mead H Wulson S M:ClugQge 8 Strunk A Mummen N Moser K Stomper D Moscltel SECOND ROW Adv Mr Zwcnzlg B Nufznger J Ross: K Zehr R Vlerhout G Taylor H Mcrhn G Rernmert K Oberlander P Wlnte D Teubel THIRD ROW L Vcnce G Rocke J Larson D Strunk M Shupley D Summer R Slebenmcrk L Speerly E Swedberg D Teubel H Lutz Tonner ITh1r15 mno l S 1.1 V N ,ffl 1 T , . 114' J A X -. K , J ' ' ML ' , V 'ay . N Mx A ffm. 0' , Q f sf Z .. b I I ' n - ' ' Mgr, R 4, J, f , V ' 'G"q'r--4 V X A 1 ATTN, Alt J V ,, K -I, n kai ' 'N 'Q ' M55 4 if.. ,f ,T . 'N , K -. , , - 1 Q T A I tg14?k:, .S X J Arr .gg LA 4: 4 r - 1 ' I ' r - n ' 1 ' r - r - r 4 4 ' 1 ' A 'rv A 'A 3 l ' , ' LQ., H T' 5 L T :ali T 4 L A ff . ' 0 A ' I T T . ' A , ik I . ,- . . igfww av-www ,4- f Hai? Upper left Senior play cornmlhees Upper right Beverly Dully plays o game of fenns Cenlvr I ff Ken McCoy and loren Schleber work nn shop Cenler nghi S mor play scene Low r left Dcn Cox comes In second In ihe l0O yd dash durmg u recent irnck meet Lower right M Club Nlghi I Forty 1 Q , 1 . 4 " Z .Qy jf I ' Z' ? Y ig A i lf 1 ACTIVITIES Gu K-N J'-wr A 'X 6 X x, X w I TX W Q Y ' S 'I N" xf .- ,wus I W H0 K 5 X I I I DENT G0 ER M NT TED left h P s G Getz cyTec1s K Jb n V Pres G nks STANDING Ad lsors M ss Lundberg Mr Ca per Government of the students by the students and for the students that s the busmess of the Student Counc1l, whose offlcers are elected by the student body and lts members by the1r class mates The pause that refreshes became posslble thlS year through the estab llshment of a coke machme 1n the hall FIRST ROW leflfo rght M B yd Adv Mr Cap K Jbben G G SECOND ROW L Vo ce J Bond T Rupp M Yordy Adv Mr Mo ta llllqi, li: ...ZW Rm 32. The Counc1ls management rece1ved good co operat1on from the students lun Day to welcome the freshmen, 'md Homecormng to greet old fr1ends, were planned by the Councll, and Jun 1or Ped Cross and Pollo Drlves were held The graceful and glowmg tree set up 1n the lou er corrldor promoted Yule t1de Splfll as dld the all school party xhxch ushered 1n Chrlstmas vacatlon Unks Ad Mss gPMu J C B Roecker A Sweorlnqen l I Forty three J '-7a'ifw"7'l'.1'H..l..2vh ' :"'rw.. Q ga l -w,wm,r,ell3 ua, , my ,,r, l, , V gmw M ..,. . - -'.:f,.,,'. X gill :M QL. '38 5341. ,lf 1 M. W: M . , I W 'WT' E 1: " , ,Q if F 5. 5 - Q, lc ' -Y .,....31: Y ' ' E-5393? 5 K .,..., 'iE:i'flz' SEA , fcrigiz re.. ,Se'-r ..ibe, , . . . U . : v' I , . r . . , . Y , - . 1 i ' e ' ' , Q ' 1 r A , L' C 1 , v ' y ' ' I . . . . D his . . 1. ll H . . 7 - I - ,, s - h . K 7 . K . . . , i : . o , . . r er, . I , . 272, G. , v. i Lundber , . ill rd. :. n,. ,. ,. , . . rn,,Roecker,B.ox,. ,. 'h . X ' S TED Ihr ghf Ad C M S NDINGKSh dgIlP K b q V At etlc ASqOL1dt1IJH Well 1n the vanguald of the hay fevex season Coaches Tuxnex and Carpe1 be gm hardenlng the11 men agamst the 11gors of football Enough 1n1t1al enthus 1asm IS aroused to carry the teams and the1r fans thlough the casualtles and P 5491 belhgexent xu 1the1 of fall on lHtO bas ketball Fhen comes sprmg lurmg thc teams and th' ll loval adherents out fOI 'm afternoon baseball game or a track meet only to turn on a bllzzard or a flood to make the OCCHSIOH memoxable Weather 1s 1 potent and unmanageable factox of all athletlc programs g1rls no less than boys belng subject to 1ts vshlms and CHDIICGQ Unable to 1egulate the Great Impon derable, the Athlet1c ASSOClHtl0ll devotes 1tself to the OXGFCISQ of fa1rness and good Judgment 1n the dec1s1ons wh1ch 1t can make The grantmg of lettermen's awards, 2iDpIOVlI'lg umforms for cheer leaders and teams, the ISSUHHCG and sale of season and tournament tlckets, regu latlon of the p11ce of such tlckets these are all w1th1n the prov1nce of the Assoc 1at1on The total accompllshment of the g1oup lb an elf1c1ently 1un progxam, car I'16d thxough the three seasons l Forty four 1 1 ff-ff on sfii-.521 1 1 SE f ,I qv mm sr: .gh A I: - :.2'E'2f5 :, ..., ' ..'.:z.: f 1 4 A 1-ffza: 5 W fx an W W -V 'ZTILS K . .,.. .1 I mu 41 , f NZQNQRQ v - f EA , e o ri 1 Visors Mr. nrper, Mr. Zwonzig, r, Morton, Mr. Turner. TA : . 1: mi C1 , res.g . Jib en, Sec'y-Treusg Miss Bclldridr e, Adv.g L. Schieber, , Pr 0 U 0 W W S 1 i . 1 - 1 ' , Y xi i . S- 1 . . . . , . . . , . - H - x n a Q s V , A, L ' ' ll V w . K- I l c ' c 1' Q p fy ' Jerry Miller lets gn with u one-honder durin the Deemok I, 1 I 9 game. The utters won wnth u score o o 47. l ' 1 'V 1 , . . . . 1? .hw p Li si 7 L' be. , . V il s W EMM "1 F-'HHN Good sportsmanshlp IS the key note of the M Club Thls organlzatlon of boys who have won thelr varslty letter ln some sport keeps th1s mam purpose 1n VIEW as 1ts members act as hosts to v1s 1t1ng off1c1als teams, coaches and fans durlng sport events They uphold stan dards of falr play and good conduct Wlth nn MTHS and IH thelr relat1onsh1ps Wlth other schools Thelr lnfluence IS a val uable force 1n the athlet1c program The purpose of MClub Nlght IS to earn money for the athletlc charms, Whlch, according to custom are pre LEFT TO RIGHT Pres J Rcecker V Pres G Getz Adv C h T S T D C S A sented to semor letter w1nners S:',f',f,,dga'ff"e' ec' 'ms ox e'ge"'1' "' ""5 K Lettermen The high hght of the Season 15 M Club ball guls basketball and Scooter Bas Nlght for fun rather than for a real con test of skin A Variety of novelty Sports ketball an mterestmg and amuslng var were offered thlS year, lncludlng volley 1at1on of the sport FIRST ROW left to right J Forlmcn R Aberle J Anderson G Getz J Schwarleniraub G Unks SECOND ROW D Schwarzentraub J Roecker B Roecker J Bond D Cox T Rapp F Roecker THIRD ROW Coach Turner J Taylor K Schmldgall L Schleber B Pflederer G Hohnstreller B Warner B S'Il'Yl9IlI1g J Muller R Roth W Oney , A N--H MW- f-- - 5 . . - ' - ' ff If , 3 Y . . . . . . ' 5 . . . - . w , . 7 1 1 ' . . . .1 . : , . , . ' , , ' , . , . ' , . , . ' ' , . ' , . , 'Mfr "1 M-ff ' 4 ' W a - ff W: V4 ' T :Tj-Q., E: ' ' 'Q V ' - I 3 1- - S-as , ' ' J '- msc. f ' . . I ra' V " '--M Q . ' Y H We . 2--f. V. " - " " 1 . ' W - ,. . 'I : , ,L ""' . V M I, , J '-1 H- -'M 'ff " 25 L, A 1 n ' ,- . W 3, : p V ,.. 3 .sl 5 A r Q , 'Jigga' Af ff I i J, V A -' ' . I 'ff , 5 .' ' . gl T .J T . 1 E I ' 1 t, of "' 5419? A, I SCSI 3, A- - WQQF v---was ew-fff I Forty f1V9 J Year 00 Q t WN F SEATED Iefl fo rrghl Adv Mass Smlth Ad Mgr J Roecker Edlfor S Schmldgall Bus Mgr L Muselman Bus Adv Mr Furkrn STANDING Ass! Ad Mgrs F Roecker J Schmldgall Photographer D Cox Ass? Ednors M Oswald L Roecker Ass! Bus Mgrs M Daniel K Phillips The SOHIOI dass of .30 left a generous memorlal glft to the Cauldron Qtaff for 1 camera Greatly appreclated, the cam ela has helped IH the productlon of the present xolume M1 Furkm Don Cox, and MISS Smlth trled to learn 1tS DOSSI bll1tlCS, and to tram new operators for 1955 Don Cox, as staff photographer, has spent a busy year shootmg Plannlng and co operatlon are key words for Cauldron workers Staff mem hem SQIVQ devotedly on the blg project, hoplng only to produce a falthful rec old of the year and to glV8 permanent folm to well 1emembered events and re lxtlonshlps FIRST ROW left to rrghi Adv Muss Smnh M March E Baum Schmldgall M Oswald L Roecker Adv Mr Furkln SECOND ROW M Reel B Conley I Dully F Roecker J Roecker D Cox G Unks J Frnlz R Frank B Shmelmg D Genger J Schmid qall R Smnh J Lrscom THIRD ROW B Wlllramson M Boyd C Hemlger B Lnwnller P Mallard N Beyer B Dockus S Brelema O Redlger H Stonewall A Vra M Wensser L Muller D McManus B Wood FOURTH ROW J Kaulfuss V Hucks S Zobrlsl L Muselman M Dannel B Hoepfner K Phullxps B Dully K Jrbben M Henser M Yordy J Grundy D Roth P Cooke E Yordy FIFTH ROW V Burk J Grrmrn M Sprmger S Wuvhrnch B Barnabce E Galloway C Burdick J McCIugage E Remrner! D Aupperle J E's r M Sprung r J Bond L Vance V Sclmellbacher Il-orlx SIX I xr- B' . . T : ,Q lt It Y h - f I ' , um I f5:i:,5.,:Z-rzr H2215 ..I"'?:::' A " I 4 me-2 .- E! I 3- ' "Wi: ' ' 'zeyf , : . ' ' 5 . . . 5 ' . ' 7 . , - I , , . . . , . , . , . . , . 5 . . . . , . . 1 ' . , 1 . . YF' 'F 1 . H ' Y' . . . V T . . n K ' c . ' ' V 1 L f . ' 1 1 F 1 1 I 1 fx . . m. L. 7 1 as V 4 - L L, , 7 n x ' 7 ' l . . 1 D f 1 1 v 1 7 v F . 1 1 lr u , I : . ' I , . , . , ' , . , A , - - . 1 -1 - I 1 - 1 - 1 - 1 - 1 - 1 - f v I 1 - 1 - l ' 1 - U 4 . I ' , 1 - 1 - - A : ' . I ' A , . , . ' A , . I , . I , . , . , . , . , . , . , . , . , . , . , 1 . , . I , . I , , , . I , . 7 . U l 7 . , . l , . I , . , . , . , . 1 - ' I ' - V I A . - I f A ' , . , - 1 - . f A , - , . , . . e , . e , . , . , . . C O0 HPC1' Beat Chullu' was the theme of the Philosopher durlng Homecoming Week The PHILObOPHER b1 xx eekly news paper at MTHS edlted and prlnted by the students presents news of school act1v1t1es Re Jorts handed 1n by staff members are checked by MISS Dor1s Smlth and MISS Lundberg, EHgl1Sl'1 teachers Made 1nto a dummy copy and then INTO stenclls by the Typlng II class, supervlsed by MISS HlFSt61l1, the paper ns m1meographed and assembled under the watchful eye of Mxss Melvm Most eagerly read ieatures are Teen Tlmes and Pass the l- eather Feelmg respons lble for supportlng school projects such as the Homecommg Parade the March of D1m9S, and for advertlslng comlng events, the staff trxes Huh? Whats that? Oh stop the presses' Here comes a late report' FIRST ROW leffto rlgh! F Roecker G Unks D Cox R Frank J Schmldgall B Shmellng B Parker SECOND ROW Adv Mrss Smith D Grimm P Whufe A Unks A Mammen S Schmldgall E Baum M March K Jnbben J Grundy M Helser D Caldwell H Stonewall A Vla M Weusser S Ferrnll THIRD ROW Advs Mass Melvm MrssH1rsleln P Mallard M Danuel B Hoepfner K Phullups V Hacks S Zobrusf D Aupperle D Roth M Yordy B Dockus E Yordy P Cooke L Wutzlg D Teubel L Roecker FOURTH ROW V Burk J Bond B Barnabee C Bullock A Glllespse E Galloway J McClugage E Remmerl J Elser C Burdick S Wullfmch L Vance V Schnellbacher J Kaulfuss C Helnnger l Forty seven 1 K .if ,.., L, K V A I I T 'xg- ml P , wg '1 ' , ' ' y ' - xx u - - ' I - KL ' YY Y Ty V- H 1 H. A - l , . . . . . Y . . . . , . . , . , . I- , . I . , . , . I I , I ' , . . . 1 . ' ', . ' .,- ', . ,,- , - ' .- , . , .' ,. . - I 2 - ,. ,. , . ,,: ' ', - .- , . . . , . ', - 3 ' ' 3 il- "U 1 - f . ll 2 lf l ' ' , 2, , 4 - 4 Ig , , 1 Q f , 5 . 1 , ' , be g 1 t, V . , ,, 5 eo J ' .,. U n J' rf , f K'-. , , Q ,, A , A X S . ,... i J 'lhe C mdle lghted p1ocess1onal, to the hummed aecompamment of Sllent Nlght , was a memolable 1I'lIIOdLlCt1OI'l to Chllstmas Vespers, by the chorus Equallv uphftmg was the program that CHORU SEATED Ich Io rnqlwi D Cox Pres E Yordy SecyTrens STANDING J Roecker V Pres Mr Rem Adv followed Spxmg Vespers, on Aprxl 11, m turn helped Lo prepare the audlence for the Easter Season Chorus does mdeed make a great contrlbutlon to llfe at MTHS MIXED CHORUS FIRST ROW left to right L Wnzug S Ferrnll D Fnsher M Morr S Zobrnsf S Taylor L Peters J Necessary Mr Rem J Grundy S Snallenberger L Mxller S Sfoller M Weusser E Gefz J Castle A Unks N Freldmger SECOND ROW J McCIugage S Bnelema M Boyd S Dnemer L Muselman B Dockus B Hoepfner M Damel D Mctheny K Phullups K Jrbben E Yardy M Yordy D Rnfhaer M Lnndquusf D Bredme E Jennungs S Hoepfner S Beyer THIRD ROW L Roecker B Lltwlller P Millard N Beyer S Beyer J Koch D Frank B Strunk M March E Baum M Sprmger C Bullock E Remmerf M Hyde L Vance G Broy FOUPTH ROW D Dlckuson G Racke L Vance G Taylor J Sunenu B Pflederer I. Schleber T Kidd D Gevger D Frnntx K Oekel H Mcxrfnn R Grlmm D Dohler D Bray D Strunk FIFTH ROW J Roecker J Anderson D Gremer B Sinmelnng B Cox D Cox J Band A Wulkms T Rapp G Geiz G Hohnslrelfar A Keller J Hold r C Haynes J Farnam B Roecker M Slupley F Roecker I Ports elght I l 1 , ' o To Ho 0 rd! ' T , W 1 C. an , 'f ' 4 ,Z fa ,Me,4,-,,,,.. f ,.--e.,..q- de- """""u"""' ' gn , , . 5 1 , : . 1 .2 . , - . ' A 7' : . , . .1 . ' , . , 1 E. 1 . V 1.. . . C 'A n Y 1 ' 1 ' an ' 1 ' I 1 ' 11 .1 . . 1 ' . ' ' , ' : . , . I, . , . 1 . 1 - . .1 - 1 - 1 - 1 - 1 - I 1 - 1 - 1 - 1 - 1 ' 1 1 1 . - 4 1 - I 4 1 ' I 1 ' I I 1 ' V ' I ' I ' ' I - 1 1 1 - 1 - 1 4 1 1 1 - 1 - 1 - 1 - 1 - 1 X I Il 1 1 1 1 4 1 - 1 - 1 - 1 1 1 1 1 - 1 - 1 1 1 1 1 . 1 . , . , . , , 1 - Q 1 1 1 - , 1 5 . 1 1 1 1 1 A 1 - 1 - 1 - 1 . , . ., . , . , . , . , . . DISTRICT CONTEST RESULTS VOICE Solos Jerry Farnum Superlor Eleanor Yordw, Superlor Charlene Stoller Excellent Carole Bullock Excellent Barbara Dockus Excellent Barbara Kay Strunk Excellent Gxrls Tr1o Charlene Stoller Kay Ph1ll1ps Balbara Kay Strunk Superlor A superlol xatlng entltles the student to enter the State Muslc Contest 1n May Barbara Strunk takes tlme out to practice for contest Barbara Strunk Kay Phllllps Kay .lnbben Malva Boyd and Marlene Damel are the accompamsts for M T H S PEOPLE NOT IN REGULAR CHORUS FIRST ROW left to nght J Kaulfuss S Leak A Mammen B Strunk N Holder S Hursteun B Aberle V Burk D Moschel P Whrte D Grimm L Waldbeser P Hess SECOND ROW P Hager A Knott J Mead M Springer S Wuthrlch N Galbraith M Dery M Carpenter B Wxneland J Gr mm J Keaton B Azbell V Palm THIRD POW M Reel V Hncks M Guth S Wagler S Bishop S Evans B Dully B Dully M Brugman A Gllespue D Aupperle B Nalzlger J Rassu N Moser E Kelley I Forty n1nc l i 7 l . X , ' I all ' ' """""""""""' "" .I S. . X, 7 -H --YVA.-,---,-,-AA,---. s Q . - J N l 1 . L, ................ . 4 Q . . Q, ,Q -1 . . D Thegirls' trio consisting of Kay Phillips,CharlcneStallcr, and A J N' , N47 . I I l I I I I ' 1 ' I ' I I I I 4 I I f - l I I I ' I I I I I I 1 - , - , - , . ' , - ' , . ' , - I, - , - A , - l , . '.1-A,.',-,- ,.',. ,. ,. , A , - , - - 8 4 ., ' 4, . 'il ' 0 tw ' 4 O.. .. , A .. 5 Q M 4 . l ? , . VA f Q Q Q ' , it l, Q I i 4 ml: 'Y l s I l fm www F I'ROWIff1 g M ECOND ROW L M I P MTH Under the gor eous autumn colors of the hald maoits and the drlftlng smoke ve1ls of bonlnes the marchmg band practlccd for football games and for TED :fn g bb Sh ph STANDING Ad M R M BAND I-Iomecommg Parade At performance tlme th e sprlghtly magorettes the drums the proud step of the marchers all aroused a wave of school Splflt ln those who hstened and looked and cre ated a w1ll to dare and do among team members Scarcely had the football season end ed when Chustmas Vespers were at hand Band and Chorus Jolned 1n this mspxrlng hour creatmg beauty for all Many trad1t1ons surround th1s servlce Il6IplI'lg to lmpart a valuable form and conslstency to student l1fe The Tazewell County Muslc Festlval in February was another Band hlghllght agaln Wlth Chorus and wlth the bands and choruses of schools over the county The Dlstrlct Muslc Contest at Morton th1s year on March 6 requlred the help of all muslc students and of all the fac ulty to handle the one thousand students a nd teachers ln attendance Efflclent planmng by Mr Rem produced a smooth ly executed mogram Results for MTHS xx ere gratlfylng too as revealed by the number of Excellents and Superxors al lotted to local contestants I Flfty J F 5 v , 3 A 5 Q Ee I I ll . I 2 I . f I I IRS' , e o ri ht: C. Heiniger, T. Kidd, S. Zobrist, B. Azbell. M. Beyer, S. Bielemc, E. Yordy, B. Dockus, S. McCIugoge, B. Nafziger, M. arch, I.. Felker. S z . use man, P, Cooke, L. Wifzig, S. Ferrill, D. Aupperle, K. Phillips, J. Koch, . Heiser, B. I.i1wiIIer, S. Smcllenberger, J. Grimm, M. S ringer. THIRD ROW: M. Yordy, P. Shepherd, K. Jibben, D. Geiger, R. Grimm, J. Fcrnam, J. McCIugage, M. Lindquist, V. Burk, J. Necessary D. Bredine. I I . I 1 CT l . D - 1 , x ' . . . . . a L we I n , , 1 ' 7 1- SEA , e o ri hh Pres. K. Ji en, V. Pres. D. Broy, Sec'y- . I ' - Trec1s.P, e erd. : v. r. ein. , . I - Q Q . . . . 3 K I . . v ' . . - I I ' v ' c s I 1 L I :I It 1 1 I 1 . . I ' " Y . 1 ' f 1 QRT 0 TWP HIGH Hfoiolv FIRST ROW left fo rughf P Hager B Barielmoy A Unks B Strunk N Freud nger B Slrunk A Becker R Smuih J Rossu .I Bond SECOND ROW Adv Mr Reun K Zehr L Speerly G Rocke B Sfumelung C Hewuli J lngold W Baum L Muller M Boyd T Rupp J Sunenu THIRD ROW G Unks B Fehr R Frank D Dohler D Broy K Oekel J Holder D Strunk DISTRICT CONTEST RESULTS STUDENT Barbara Dockus Bonnue Lltwuller Sandra Zobust Barbara Kay Strunk Kay Beth Jmben Barbara Dockus, Sandra Buelema, Marllyn Beyer Bonnue Nafzmger BONNIE Lutwuller Kay Ph1ll1ps A superlor ratung entutles the stud DRUM MAJOR AND Mzuouzenss '- Drum Muuor Moriy March Drum Muuorenes Loreilcu Felker Morgue Spruruger Janet Grumm The sughf of these brove spuruted gurls marchung down the football held ahead of the bcund unspured both the team and the crowd' EVENT Flute Solo Savophone Solo Saxophone Solo Plano Solo Plano Solo Flute Quartet Saxophone Duet RATING Superuor Superxor Good Superlor Superuor Excellent Superlor ent to enter the Stat- Musuc Contest ln May l Flfty one 1 :affili- An FHA Menageme was the theme of the club s yearbook, ammals belng ehos en because of some charaeterlstlc gen erally dQSOC1HtCd Wlth them Proud as a Peacock w as the centx al ldea of Par ent s Nlght held IH May Other features of the year xneluded a Hallowe en Party Kay Krager s talk on Java, Freshman In1t1at1on, and Hobo Day Thls was the Saturday when club members answered newspaper ads for Future Holnelna zers o Amerlca SEATED lefl to ugh! Recreahon Chr E Yordy Pres B Dockus Parllameniarlan H Stonewall STANDING V Pres M Oswald Secy S Schmldgall Treas J Elser Prolects ChanrmanJ Koch Adv Mrs Wulson Hrs fonan L Muselman Reporter V Schnellbocher help wanted ln such Jobs as wmdow washmg, cleanmg baby Slttlflg, and oth er SGFVICQS VVh1Ch the glrls could per form Money recelved 1n payment was turned over to the local FHA Chapter for General purposes FHA offleels attended the House of Delegates meetlng m Elmwood Many more glrls were present at the Sprmg Rally ln Cuba, on March 20 FIRST ROW left fo rnght A Vna H Stonewall D Coldwell E Kelley A Unks P Whne S Beyer S Hoepfner E Gel: N Moser M Derry S McClugage J Castle J Kaulfuss S Zobrnsl B Wmeland J Gramm L Pelers S leak SECOND ROW N Freldmger B Sirunk B Nafzlger J Ross: B Dully E Jenmngs J Mead M Beyer M Brugman J Elser l. Musel man S Blshop J Koch L Wlfllg B Dockus J Hennlger N Galbraufh A Mammen D Gramm Adv Mrs Wilson THIRD ROW D Moschel H Wilson B Aberle S Hlrsfem M Oswald S Schmldgall V Bauman P Cooke M Sprunger D Aupperle J McClugage V Schnellbacher B Azbell G Broy B Dully I Dully E Galloway M Henser E Yordy S Wuihnch M Sprmger Baal ru H? S.-Q., I Flfty two I fr-,....i,... K4 , 4 . . V , . 'B' - 1 ' f sh., , sl.. Q L .,, ,,,,.-.-.-- P , ' : ' . . , . . ,,,, . . 'pm L , . , A : I . . . , . 4 , ' . V . I . I , , , . . 1 ' ' Y ' , -i. . , . . 7 f 1 r f ' 1 ' - - ' - - A 1 ' - , ' ' U V . . 'J v 1 ' - , . . ' 1 ' AJ . . I ' 1 5 . v . 1 - , , . . U . . Q . , ' : . ', . , . , . , . , . ' , . , . , . , . , . Z . f . I , V , . I l , . , . A , . , . , ,I I , .. , ...yas ., ,. LV g A , .W . N.. M, ,W , MW -s.. . li , ,r lar r W 1 K ' . ff gp A .M :WS , -av 1 ' N ' D v mg 1. . ,W - V , , . as w P W f , I 1 . . '- ' , ,owe A ' ix. ,Nw I we uture Farmers 0 AIIIGIICG SE TED IH! D D S ANIDING D 9 Unusual 1ct1v1ty marked the year 1953 54 ln Mortons FFA chapter Wlth da1ry and mg ln the top ten ln the state contest crop Judglng team second ln the sect 1onal and the SO11JLldg1I'1g team thlrd m the same competxtlon Wlll Uhlman 53 became the flrst rap Judglng teams plac member 1n thls chapters hlstory to re CCIVC the State Farmer degree at the FFA Conventlon Wh1Ch was attended by T ROW I f g K W B SECOND ROW D D f I RD ROW R E F h D O y 5 mm .UJ ""h 1 chapter offlcers Don Welk was selected as the sect1ons outstandmg beet pro ducer FFA members attended the Internat IOHHI Llve Stock Show IH Chlcago ln De cember Unlvtrslty of Illmols Feeders Day and Unlverslty of Ill1no1s Swlne jects at State d1str1ct and sectlonal shows M l Flfty three 1 'fr it ,Q it . ,1 Y f ,V V 6 O ' ' ' W. 149 -. 2. Q .. , ' , ' 'Q X A , e o right: . Schmidl, . Greiner, 1, Gingerich, . f A' ""' 4 W' A Www Adv. Hoger. T I : , Brecher, W. Oney, J. In old. I , . , - . , 1 . . . C . . - . I - - , - - Q ' 1 ' ' . . . I I . x . . . , ' 1 ' ' ' ' - Day. FFA members exhlblted thelr pro- ' , ' v ' 9 , Y . FIRS , et to ri hi: . Moore, . cum, K. Schwartz, L. Tanner, A. Swedberg, D. Teubel, D. Denne, H. Kruse. : . u e meier, R. Gingerich, D. Brecher, H. Gingerich, R. Vierhoui, G. Rocke, D. Strunk, . Summer. THI : . igsfi, . Baum, D. Sc mih, . Greiner, W. ne , J. Ingold, R. Zehr, Adv. Mr. Hager. ' B213 . ' V ' ' A 'iff lf, 5, . C 'I x . Li J fr The G1rls Xthletxc Assoc1at1on met every Tuesday and Frlday after school for organlzed sports Sale of loyalty plns and small statues dressed ln cherry and grey, concesslons at games, and all Curl s Atl1let1C Assoclatlon SEATED left to rnght SecyTreas P Shepherd Pes L Muselman STANDING Rec Secs l. Roecker B Lnlwlller Adv Mass Buldr dge V Pres J Grundy school skatmg partles sponsored by GAA brought m money for the year s projects The annual banquet and 1ndxv1dual awards are fmanced ln th1s Way FIRST ROW left to right D Bredme N Beyer P Millard P Hager L Roecker SECOND ROW C Schmldgall B Lltwnller 5 Guy K Stomper M Reel J Oney S Evans S Taylor S Ferrlll S Wagler V Hicks M Morr D Frank M Guth M Wensser N Holder M Carpenter M Lulay THIRD ROW B Wood D McManus J Llscom A Knott C Henmger A Gmadek S Bnelemu C Burdick D Fisher M Lindquist M Frntz V Palm L Waldbeser L Vance B Aberle S Hnrsteln M Boyd S Dlemer J Llscom M Bishop FOURTH ROW L Muller S Smallenberger C Stoller B Hoepfner K Phullups M Danlel D Mulheny J Bond P Shepherd S Rupp B Felker J Necessary P Hess S Beyer J Grundy E Baum M March K Jubben C Bullock B Bcrnabee V Burk E Remmert l I l-lfty four l .- . 7 f. XI O .Q . Y: I O vt r 0 , J M Aid., K. Meme new f I K, 'K f : l- . . , Y. . A 5 E . . .. ,. , . 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FALL GAA staxted wlth softball the sen 101s taklng top honors 1n the tourna ment Next came fleld soccel whlch was new at MTHS th1s yeal The Junlors won thls tournament WINTER Duung the season, the glrls played legular league games at the bowhng alley Members entered IH d1str1ct comp QIIIIOH 1n botvhng and basket shootlng Tournaments were held IH basketball and volleyball the senlors w1nn1ng the former tou1 ney SPRING In the sprlng, members w ere very busy w1th tennls, pmg pong, and badmlnton tournaments Glrls also pract1ced arch ery For the remalnlng weeks of school the guls played softball BANQUET In May, ca ne the annual G A A Ban quet Awards and medals Won through out the vear w e1e presented One of the hlghhghts was the announcement of the 1954 55 Off1C91S FIRST ROW left to right H Stonewall A Vla D Caldwell K Kelley A Unks P White S Beyer S Hoepfner E Getz N Moser M Derry S M Clugoge J Castle J Kaulfuss S Zobrlst B WmeIandJ Grimm J Keaton S Leak SECOND ROW D Moschel N Freldlnger B Nafzlger J Rassl B Dully E Jennmgs J Mead M Beyer M Brugman J Elser L Musel man M Morr J Koch I. Wntzlg B Do kus J Henmger N Galbraith A Mammen D Grrm'm THIRD ROW B Strunk L Felker M Yordy D Roth M Oswald S Schm dgall V Bauman P Cooke M Sprmger D Aupperle J Mc Iugage V Schnellbacher B Azbell G Bray B Dully I Dully E Galloway M H user D Rntthaler E Yardy S Wuthrlch M Springer EH' Fllinmqmq I Flfty IIVS I 3, 1 1 4 n , - ' y V ' v 1 ' ' I B mi - , l n ' , , . , ' , , - . . . 7 t - . , I . .1 -4 I 1 , Z . , . , . , . , .I , . , . , . , . , . , . V - " I - V - 1 - 1 - - f - 1 - - 2 . . - , . . . V . . . , . , - , - V I , - - , . , . , . , . C , . , . , . , . . F : . , . , . , . , . , . : , . , , , . , , , . C , . , . , . , . ,. , . r , . e , . , . , . , . . Ei , ' 1 N 3 ,g , ,, W ' J" 81 . . if . ,- I gl A' 4' s 3 W my' rf' , , .gk LIBRARY CLUB SEATED left to right Adv Mass Lundberg N Holder L Muselman H Stonewall M Wersser STANDING B Conley P Bnnkele B Strunk M Cook B Dully M Reel M Brugman S Zn rust C Burdick D Caldwell E Remmert V Burk J El A Vla D Aupperle B Barnabee B Walters B Wood M Lindquist M Hyde L1 rary C, u in many emoyable meetings, vaiying from exciting Hallowe en parties and stunt evenmge to days when the girls just stayed after school and boi ted Cards for the file With .1 new teacher llbrar ian, Miss Lundberg, much of the work of preparing the tibraly foi iemoval to the new building has been completed LATIN CLUB SEATED left to right B Lllwlller M Dcrnrel Adv Mlss Srnnh P Shepherd D Bredrne STANDING P Millard M Oswald C Burdick D Aupperle K Phillips B Dockus L Muller LIBRARY OFFICERS SEATED L Muselman Pres STANDING left to right N Holder Se: Treas Miss Lundberg Adv H Stonewall V Pres Iudlllll C u active life, with a float in the Homecom mg parade, a Christmas, party, a con ceeslon Qtand at a ball game, a spring luncheon and a Latin Banquet Roman costumed are worn, Roman eating cus toms observed, and gamee are played 'xt the banquet Regular meetings are planned to have some Latin significance LATIN CLUB OFFICERS SEATED left to right Pres C Burdick Sec y Treas M Oswald STANDING Adv Mass Smith V Pres P Millard l Flfty six l -ia , ' A -, is I if in I r U.. ,Huy ' 'IJ 'I ll ' l ly High interest in Library Club resulted Veni! Vidi! Vici! Latin Club leads an X X ATHLETIC k N A A ,-'UN if f fy f i 1? iv 'I Zwk I 1911. , .- agp, 'lx 3451 I .A L ,x , 'J '- 1 gg vw ' N ,-Ax -A X-., I " gg 2 51' ' A Q f , W A . , f fy, , Q61 V ff-i : ,f f , A 7' U 5 W' ' . 7 1' ' -. - Coach Turner Muss Baldrldge and Coach Carper talk over the sport e ents of the year Coach Bob Carper s speclalty IS track wlth champlon teams for several sea sons In other sports he molds the fu mfg a backlog of cfcperlenced plavers CHEEFHEADERS Marty March Kay Phnllups Jackie Grundy Eleanor Yoroy These gurls can be de pended upon to arouse the spxrnt of loyalty cnd sports manshnp un the crowd 1 all the gamcs Marty has been a cheerleader iwo CU 5 Y O YEC Jackue one year and fly vh ee years Wnh a smile and a yell for the boys wun or lose they have be come cz necessity at all sporting events T C 621111 B6 llllil T C Tealll Coach Blll Tumer p1 epares boys fo1 the rugged COlY1p6llllOl1 of vars1ty foot ball basketball and baseball teams V1c to11es are coveted but vsm or lose, bull dlng better bows IQ xx hat counts xxlth Mr Tumor MISS DOIIS Bladrldge, new on the staff th s year has worked ulth tlreless en thus1asm m glrls P E and G A A Her fear outstandvnq for the qlrls Pep Club Xml ,- I Flfty mne J ll 1 l ' l 1 ' Q 1' y I V 7' , V I . , - wr, .s v C L yi . ' 7 -1 M . ,. . , ' L - L 7 - s n A . - 1 s u turc varsity material for MTI-IS, provid- interest and resourcefulncss made th1s ,R W 'C I ' ,V ,cr if , I X 1 'v -we -V . . wklinx Q I .. N ' ' a y r, Ka Vw rs, r , ' ' XIEIISILV ldoot a Seen running around wnh first and luis during football :eu son were rncznuqers F Roecker and J Slnenn S9u1nsfncncnsJ Frnz B Pflederer and R Elgsh wore o path on the sxdelme of The foolball field frying to keep up WITH the Team VARSITY FOOTBALL FIRST ROW lefl to rngh! F Roecker J Tcxylor T Rapp A Wllluns J Roecker L Schueber J Schworlenfroub D Schworxenfroub J Bond J Smenn SECOND ROW Coach Corper V Grbson J Fortmun T Kidd R Roth G Hohnslreller E Oney B Warner S Mulelmun Couch Turner THIRD ROW D Frlnlz B Parker B Cox A Keller K Schmldgnll D Clark B Roecker L Vance I Qlxlx gk - x A 1 ' F' Mi. 7957 vm SU uw i ff? 55449 Q E581 6 48' Wu! JUNIOR VARSITY T ROW Ieffforghi V Gnbson A Wtlk ns T Kudd H Mari Haynes N Shipley L VG e P Cu 9 51, 84lBE 9 SECOND ROW Mgr J Snen B Seudel D Capes B Parker S Mus l mn G Rocke D Duck Son D St Unk Couch Corper RD ROW D Fr iz B Worn r G Tcyl H 6 EV COX J Hold R Gfm Vlctoly pexbhed on the JV s banner m the opemng and cloemg gamee of the Qeaeon xuth two loses-Q between New fh1S year IS the presentatlon of letters to JV s Avs axded on the Game basis as varslty M s tnev are a token of apprec 1at1on of the JVIHIOFS hfud work but do not admlt them to M Club Loren Schlebe K 1 Schmxdq II end hclfbuck www-M wagwq ax I Slxtx one I Cu 1 Jam Roecker f llbczck H 44 ' H' A ' ' 'H I -A ee we t ' . ' ' We :Ag , . , , . , . ' 5- rms , i1,' if-,C ' ,- f-f.,1'k- :,.ii,.',. ,. ,.2r1,- ,,'5,-f. . YHI : , in , . 9, . or, G. ohnstreifer, A. K II , B, , - 97, - i 'TY- ' w Il v,1 . . . 3 1 . . v' v ' . . , , . . . Y 1 v 4 ' ' 1 1 V . . . . . 1 ' y V - 1 ' 1 ev ' so . . A I - , . . F Q - 1 X ., YL, n. 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I ,f-,Vw -L , Wally Roth Joe Schwarzenlruub Jack Bond Don Schwarzentraub - laclcle f -- tackle f - cenler f f guard and tackle nr. - Bill Roecker breaks into the clear during the Chillicothe game. left: Terry Rapp, halfback Right: Al Wilkins, guard Spirited, though light, the Potters op- ened the season against Tremont, but were unable to win. In the high spot of the season, lVl.T.H.S. managed to knock off favored Washington in a close game on the Panther's home field. Late in the Homecoming heartbreak- Cr, Bill Roeek-fr and Larry Vance went over the line to pay dirt, Terry Rapp making the extra point, but Chilli's Grey Ghosts scored again, swinging the total their way. n 'w' 1 sf Q' W, 1 mf W . . 'K X Nl 'Z wwrvlff 5 3' N 5 . ,l t Ml 1.1 l Sixty-two l -, maiwcmzgff' A 5. ,il I 1 fra Q .3',2',,gf2w N I . ,K " . 15. , f ' -t ua .-MW nl -1 f tr Jia I ...QL 1 J or If V A " whiff .r . Q, kliii IM, Y, ,... M ,. ll. Y Q: Y' ff 'M--4 T ' 4-it A1-V. ,pt f- - .A ' 'T ggi no .o 4 1 '-A - , f 'f Jim Fortmon 1 Dfck Clork Bill Roe-cker Eugene Oney f holfbuck f - guard f - Quarterback f - end - VARSITY FOOTBALL SCHEDULE We They Tremont 0 26 Eureka 14 26 FHl'lT1iI1,fIfOl1 6 29 Dunlap 12 6 Washington . 14 13 Metamora O 32 Chillicothv . 13 19 D. C. Mavkinfm 'LL, O 25 HMM Sixty-thrf-0 .3 t 65 , Q . - .Mat 1 1 , . Terry Rapp dcshes around his own left end to score for the Potters. Left: Vernon Gibson, holfbcuck Righ1:Jim Taylor, end ,. I VARSITY BASKETBALL SEATED left io Hgh? Mgrs J Unks F Roecke ELINGBRockerRAb leRZh AS NDING Coach C rper T Kdd D Gre 1er B Pflederer J Mulle J B cl L S h b oc n Baslzetloau f yea s cu Bob Pfl de s d rng eko go e Th Pnes o n531o 51 VA DQITY SCHEDULE Deldvdn C re-on V rllox Dunl ip P llI'0lxd C hllllcolhc DecM1ck M1n10r Tremont Metamora Washnoqton Dc lax an Tremont Mlnlor Vkashmglon Dee-Mack Metamora Farmington Chllllcothr Dunlap Indrcatem Home Camas JUNIOR VARSITY SCHEDULE e Del ix in Creen Vdllex Dunlap Furoka Lhxlllcoihm Dee Mack Mlnler fCont d on Page 653 I Blxtx four 1 Thex T hey KNE , . e , . er , . e r, . wec1ringen,J.For1n1an, STA , u , . i , . il , . , . ' r, . cn, . c is er, B.Wc1rner, D. Frini1,Co hTur er. Nex r' pfuin, e rer, po? one ui fhe Eur m. e o r wen? nic wi . ' 'LVM We .V ' " ........ . ....................................... 49 71 1 2 Q ............... .,...................... 5 7 54 2 ...............,.................................... 69 46 I . 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' .........,............................................ 35 37 , 4 f ' ' X .... ......................................... 2 7 41 ? ' ........ ......................................... 4 7 40 , . ' ' ............,........................................... 25 37 X 1 JUNIOR VARSITY SEATED lef11c ugh? B Seudel D Dnckenson B Warner R Zehr J Larson J Clzelc D Dean F Roecker STANDING Coach Carper B Shmelmg L Vance G Racke B Cox P Brady G Taylor unlor Varsltx Schedule 1Com d from Page 64+ T Metamora Farmmgton Chlllleothe Dunlap hex Tremont Metamora W h t '71 Deigxlinng on Incllcatei Home Gamr-Q Tremont Eureka Mmler aQhmxrfton DeeMack Among the crowd you wull always fund the two capable slutlshcuans J Anderson andl Fnlz Ma, I Managers G Unks and F Roecker could be recognized al bas' efball games by their Squlrl bollles 1.4.1 I QIXTV flve l , I I ., V 'W ' .A I 3 J J 'Y 3 I 33 51 za U ..'...'- H v .lrllc ...I'........v.....l.A'-Y.'A.. 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Drop- ping one to Chillicothe and to Metamora, M.T.H.S. proved the value of the free throw against Dee-Mack. Minier won B A S K E T B A L L Roger Zehr Jim Foriman Bill Roecker - guard - - guard -- guard - next, but the Potters really gobbled the Turks. And so it went through the seas- on, with some losses, and a fair share of victories. The County Tournament saw Morton win the third place trophy in the finals against Green Valley. I I Sixty-seven fl Bull Roerker posses the bull to another Potter in th Nxeicmoru game. Right: Ronnie Aberle, guard Left: Jack Bond, forward ---n wwf J kwa., M vamp "P""'Wq'm1"'fs'2'4W I Qlxlx mghl INTRAMURALS PISTONS Couch Don Frmfz HAWKS Couch Bob Pflederer WARRIORS Couch hm Forfmon GLOBETROTTERS Coach Alun Sweormgen BULLEYS ooch Bob Worner OLYMPIANS fffhamplonsl Couch Duane Grelner KNIMKERBOCKERS Conch Jack Bond LAKERS Couch Loren Schleber . . ,. ,M wg ' '11 " f A, F3 4 ,ff f 4 1 A 4' ' fm ' ' . ' i 3 -se 1 ':.'-4. y , .1 .1 7 ' ' ,R Va.. 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A 5 8 TR KCK SCORES Tremont 1 'Vletamora Central East Peorla ' Llmestone They l I FFIEIL 2 M man Cupla n Ken Schmrdgall recerves Frs! place trophy x o 1 lazewell assoclanon secrefory Thls year s track team under the lead of Coach Carper has had a very suc cessful season wmnmg two out of SIX dual meets, second ln the Illlo Confer ence, and flrst ln the County Morton has taken flrst place fourteen out of the last fifteen years losmg It to Delavan ln 1947 FIRST ROW Jeff io gh! J Clzek G Rocke L Vance W Baum J Slnenl T K dd SECOND ROW R Aberle B Roecker E Oney K Schmldgull D Cnr J Mller J Bond D Greener J Anderson J Forirnun THIRD ROW Manager D Schwcrzenfraub B Parker D Frmvz R Zehr D Zmm rmon D Dohler G Remmerf G Taylor B Shmelung B Warner Coach Carper I 'seventy I P N ' 5 - 1 ' , ' . 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My r 1 may ni: Ali h Returnmg to school 1n Septembe1 MISS Baldrldge the nevl phvslcal edu cation teach r soon bus1cd the guls with softball in preparatlon fox the GAA tournaments Indlan summer brought fleld soccer and brulsed skins Tennls was also 9 I hyslca 9 the maJo11ty of the tlme gettlng to and from the COUIYC As cold vxeathex approached classes were held 1HSld9 Wlth volley ball tak mg the lead followed by several weeks of basketball C1rl s rules were followed 1n the latter nd as some w1ll agree af ter seemg the glrls play an exh1b1t1on game on M Club Nlght they can han M D wa' I Seventy two I J ' Miss Baldrid e, physical education teacher, to es the ball for u iump. 1 V . " ' ' . D . . Q Y , v . . , -f v 'Y K . . . n . o ,X V y 7 - I v 0 'i . v . . I . . . . V Q 9 8- ' ' - ' V ' 7 K an rv ' . . . . Y - played, though most of the girls spent dle themselves pretty well! Freshman girls enioy playing archery-even if they don'7 always hiv the target, aryann Brugmcn and Sally Bishop lay a game of pin pong. j Y t 2 - 'Q 4 a X E ucatlon Badmlnton followed mth eXc1t1ng tournament and who knows how many rackets were broken or unstrung and how many shuttlecocks VKQIQ mutllatedl Archery fennls and softball were played agam ln the sprlng when the weather was suxtable Durmg the seasonable cold weather 1n 'Vlay klCk ball and fastball were played ln the gym they wexe lucky not one mndoxx broken' 'N Milf jg? l Seventy three l cl . Tumbling-Janet Grimm stands on her head, 1 an H y L Y Y f ' . ' un- . L Y - ' ' T 7' r ' , A fl ,Q I Q WW U lo s l as . ' y and Melba Derry en' y w sport for most of the freshmen f H iw ,e W S :H x s 1 H 1 ', El C11 ill' AUGUST Aug ul Freshman Orientation Day Ifrrst day of tootball practice SEPTEMBER Scpt 2 School begins Sept 4 Assembly cheerleaders chos Classes elect officers for the year Sept 11 Senior Picnic Juniors choose class rings Sept 16 All school assembly South land Singers Sept 18 First football game Potters vs Tremont Sept 22 Sophomore Picnic Girls health exams Sept 24 Junior Picnic Sept 25 Athletic Association officers elected K Schmrdgall L Schreber K lrbben Sept 28 Freshman Picnic Boys health exams Sept 30 T V installed for World Series by Home Orl Company OCTOBER brandt s Studio Oct 2 C ruldr on group pictures taken by studio Farmington game here Stud ent Council sponsored drnce iftcr xx 'ard Oct b Assembly Miss Vrl Lruclcr lrom Chicago Times Oct 1 Senior Social Hour thcrne Football Oct 8 No school teachers institute Oct 0 No school IEA meeting for te rchers only' End of trrst srx weeks Oct 14 Assembly tor rnitrrtron ot treshmen ind new te rchers Oct 13 Shorthand aptrtudc tests tor sophomore girls Oct 20 Senior play You Cant Take It mth You State Wide Tests for rumors Oct 91 Assembly Miss Moegle harp S Oct 29 Scnror college clay at Mackinaw Oct 29 Snake Dance pep rally bonfire rt athletic field Oct 30 Homecoming pep assembly parade game dance Queen Kay Phrl lips and her court elected NOVEMBER Nlox 'S Scnror play cast party Nlov 6 Last football game Deer Creek Mackinaw Nov 11 Armistice Day no schoo Nlov 16 Naval Commander here to talk with boys 1Nov 18 Assembly James Welty mus ical comedian Nov 20 End of second six weeks Nov 24 First basketball game Delavan there DECEMBER Dec 2 Assembly Bradley University Choir Dec 'lJLll1lOI Socr rl Hour Dcc 10 Assembly Melody Maid ol Pc kin High Dcc 14 Juniors rccerve class rings Dec 15 18 Illro Conference at Eureka De 1b L rtrn Club Christmas party with all the trimmings Dec 20 Christmas Vcspers Dec 2? 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F01 . 21 Tvu 111 'xkin ' 1' s011io'g"l.' go- El. 25 " 1. , ' " ' ' ' 1 ' 'z' ' Q. 3 z ' Q." ."'1111y-fivr il CI1101' Just tour short years ago frftv four gr een fr eshrcs entered the amazrng doors of M T H S We were frrst rntroduced to the student body and later we were rnrtrated by the M Club Our advrsors that year were Mr Fry and Mrss Shrrley Jones whom we lost to Cuprd at the end of the frrst term The chosen leaders of the class were Glen Getz presrdent Jrm Roecker vrce presl dent Jackre Grundy secretary treasur er To represent us rn Student Councrl we chose Terry and Sherry Rapp Our freshman class w as well represen ted rn F H A G A A Cauldron Phrloso pher Band Chorus F F A and other school organrzatrons We were honored to have Jackre Grundy and Myra Herser chosen as attendants for Homecomrng Of our boys w ho partrcrpated rn sports Ken Schmrdgall recerved a letter rn foot ball Gerry Unks was manager of basket ball and Henry Schrck was manager of On October 9 our class wrener roast was held at Roeckers prcnrc grounds followed by a hayrack rrde We were able to prepare for the comrng years expenses wrth our profrtable socral hour called Spr1ngFrol1cs Durrng our freshman year we were sorry to lose Kenneth Smalley Ken Wat erworth and Charles Wrlcorc But even though we lost three classmates we galned srx more Jackre Waddell Brrb are Barnebee Tames Grngerreh Darlene Roth Peggy Watts and Leo Leathers Openrng the doors for the 1951 school year and chargrng rnto the old famrlrar halls we found frve new class members Charles Hewrtt Barbara Grbson Jrm Taylor Dolores Caldwell Charlotte Bur ger and Janet Lrscom Later on rn the vear we lost La Vonda Conley Marvrn Bedrngfreld Barbara GIDSOH and Jack re Waddell Under Mr Furkrn and Mr Rem as ad vrsors we were steered through a sue cessful year by our offrcers Presrdent lSu Hlstory entx Jrm Roecker V1cePres1dent Don Cox and Secretary Treasurer Pam Shepherd We were well represented rn Student Councrl by Paul Hodel Glen Getz and Jackre Grundy Many members of our class served rn drfferent organrzatrons Don Cos as as srstant busrness mrnager of Cauldron Kay Beth Jrbben assrstant edrtor of Ph1 losopher Barbara Doekus treasurer of Band and secretary of FFA Eleanor Yordy treasurer of Chorus and song leader of FH A Jackre Grundy parlra mentarran Pam Shepherd treasurer Myra Herser publrc relatrons charrman and La Rae Muselman projects charr man all of FHA Sherrv Rapp vrce presrdent of Speech Club Delores Aup perle presrdent Nancy Holder vrce pres dent and Hope Stonewall secretary treasurer all of Lrbrary Club In the sports department we had frve boys on the football varsrty several on the Jun ror varsrty basketball team three on the baseball team and four on the track Eleanor Yordv was chosen to be one of the cheerleaders and Marty March had the honor of berng a drum major ette We were well represented rn the drstrrct contest for Chorus and Band by Kay Jrbben Paul Hodel Dean Broy and Cerry Unks Roecker s prenlc ground was the scene of another Jolly class wrcner roast On the nrght of March 7 anyone who walked rnto the study hall of MTHS could see bales of straw representrng charrs and happy couples dancrng at our soph omore socral hour III Before we knew rt our Prom year had arrrved We drscovered that we had frve new classmates Loretta Felker Darlene Rrtthaler Ken McCoy Marge Morr and Larry Morr We w ere sorry to see Char lotte Burger Edw rrd Hoffman Joyce Snoke Pat Carpenter and Larry Morr leave our class Our advrsors were Mrss Jones Mrss Racobs and Mr Rem We chose Don Cox srx l I I I , - 1 , -- ' . 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Y . plesldent La Rae Muselman VICC P1951 dent and Pam Shepherd secretary trea sul er Ou1 representatxves for Student Councll xx ere Jlm Roecker Kay Beth Jlb ben and Glen Getz Many of our class members fllled of flees 1n dlfferent orgamzatlons Some of these xxexe Pam Shepherd v1ce presl dent of FHA Barbara Doekus presl dent of FHA Don Cox asslstant ed1 to1 of Cauldron Jlm Roecker asslstant 'ldvertlslng manager of Cauldron and also VICG presldent of Latm Club Gerry Unks ass1stant buslness manager f Cauldl on and edxtor of Phllosopher Sh1r ley Sehmldgall asslstant edltor of Cauld ron and treasurer of FHA Kay Beth Jlbben edltor of Phllosopher and v1ce presldent of Band Jack1e Grundy par llamentarlan of FHA Hope Stonewall secretary treasurer of Llbrarv Club Eleanor Yordy secretary of Band Nancy Holder presldent of Llbrary Club La Rae Muselman reeordlng secretary of GA A presldent of Latln Club and as slstant buslness manager of Cauldron Sherry Rapp reeordmg secretary of GAA ber Jlm Roecker Don Sehxxar7entraub Ken Sehmldgall and Terry Rapp on var Slty football On vars1ty basketball were Jlm Roecker and Loren Sehleber In the sprlng of the year Glen Getz Terry Rapp Loren Sehleber and Jlm Taylor xxere on the baseball team xvhlle Ken Schmldgall Don Cox and Dlek Clark xx ere on the track team Glen Getz was mtramural football eomm1ss1oner To help cheer the team on to vletory Eleanor Yordy and Marty March vxere chosen cheerleaders To gulde the Band through parade tlme xxe had Drum Maj or Marty March and Majorette Loretta Felker We were xery proud when the student body chose Shnley Schmldgall Queen of Homeeomlng and Jaekle Grun dy attendant Representmg us ln the lT1l1S1C contest xx ele Eleanor Yordy Bar bara Doekus Kay Beth Jlbben Paul Hodel and Dean Broy The annual xx1ene1 roast xx as held on September 22 On November 17 xxe re celved our class 11ngs The next mght we presented oul class plav The Inner W11 ly dlreeted by Mxss Jeanne Wllson In the east were Paul Hodel Jlm Roecker Delores Aupperle La Rae Muselman Jack1e Grundy Dlck Clalk Elleen Baum and V1rg1n1a Bauman The play w1s a huge success On January 28 the Jun lors held thexr soelal hour wlth a Valen t1ne theme On the nlght of May 16 muslcal notes were floatlng through the a1r from the lnstruments of Paul Wlreman s orches tra playlng for the Jun1or Senlor Prom Perrlng mto the gym one could see the old covered wagon xvh1ch was part of the theme The Last Roundup Happy faces and gay VOICES gave assurance that everyone was enjoymg the banquet and prom lmmensely The last lap of our school course began after a qulekly passmg summer We were sorry that we lost Paul Hodel but to make up the loss Sam Hostetler Barbara Strunk and Bonnle Walters en tered our class To advlse us through our last year were Mr Whltaker and MISS Dor1s Unks a very capable lad for v1ce p1 es ldent Sherry Rapp and for secretary treasurer Jack1e Elser Thls year s lead ers over the student body have all been SGHIOFS Glen Getz presldent Gerry Unks v1ce presldent Kay Beth Jlbben secretary treasurer Jlm Roecker Terry Rapp and Marllyn Yordy represent us 1n the Student Counell Many SCHIOFS have been holdmg of flees 1n var1ous school organlzatlons Jack1e Elser treasurer of F H A Nancy Holder secretary treasurer of Llbrary Club Hope Stonewall parllamentarlan of FHA and v1ce presldent of Llbrary Club Kay Jlbben Band presldent and secretary of the Athletxe Assoelatlon Loren Sehleber v1eepres1dent of the Athletlc Assoc1at1o1n Glen Getz v1ce presldent of M Club Eleanor Yordy see retary treasurer of Band Ken Sehmld gall presldent of the Athletlc ASSOC11t lon and sergeant at arms of the M Club Don Cox photography edltor of Cauld ron presldent of Chorus and seeretaly treasurer of M Club Jlm ROLCKCI ld vertlsmg manager of Cauldlon v1ce l Seventy seven l 1 , . 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' 3 . , - IJlL'51ClQlll ol C' OIUS md pxesldent o lVIClub D11n B1ov v1eep1es1dent oi bmd L1 R11 Muselmm buslness man '1..,CI of Cauldlon p1es1d1nt of L1b1a1V Club h1s1o1 mn of FHA 1nd p1es1dent of GAA Qh1lex SChfT11d2lll edltor ol C lUlCllOll and Q out uv of F H A J11-kle Gnundy YICC p1eQ1d nt of C AA Jiekle his done the 'ut xx o1k for the Cauldron for H1190 ye 1rs Th1sy1 ll Bllbql lD'3ClL1S Dem B1ox bubua Qtlunl Kav Jlbben 1nd El 1 1no1 Yo1dv xxx nt to the MUSIC Conteat We xxe1e xe1x x ell lepleaented IH the CllCCIlG'ld1HS, loup for three out of the fou1 xx ele QCIUOIQ J1Cl 19 Clundv El e'1no1 Yoldv 'md Mlrty March In the txxo mo11 Qen1o1s BQIIJWIH Doekua and Kav Beth Jlbllfxli Leadmq thc P1nd thlOLlgl'1 football sefwon xxere Martv March is the drum major 1nd Loretta Felkel dlllm ma1orette We xxe1e IJIOLICI to h'1x1 fOLl1 boya ts Capt uns of the lou QDOIIS J1m ROGCRCI mptfun of football IOIKH qChlPbCl ol' baaketblll Glen Cetz of b'1Qeb'1ll and Ken Sehmld all of t1aek Qenlors on the VlISlfy football team xx ele J1m Roe eker Dlek Cl ulf Jlm T'1VlO1 TQIIV Rapp Lo1en Se 111be1 Ken Sehmldgall and Don Sehxx 11zent1 lub on the basket ball X'1lQlIV xx 18 Lo1en Qchlebel on the bwebwll team Glen Cet7 TPIIX Rapp Lo1en Seh OlJ01 and Jlm Tavlor on the t1'1el1 te tm Ken 9ehm1dg'1ll Don C011 and D1ek Cl ul We xx QIC ploud of the x 1l1ant Splllf 1nd tl e Qklll xxhleh theae bove b1OLlQ'hI to the SUDDOII of then te lm mttea IU ull tonteats fteed bv the Qquada The f1ISt SOCIHI ex1nt of the s1n1o1 year was ou1 xx1en11 lO'1St held tt Spmtamans Lake xx he11 PXCIVONL seemed to have a wonderful tlme Ou1 QOCIHI hou1 xx1th the theme of Foot B111 held earlv IH the ye 11 xx as 1 gland Sueeesq In Novembe1 MISS DOIIS Sm1th helped us DIQQCHI You Cant Take 11 Wlth You xxhlch was '1 r1b txckler In the eaat XXQI9 Jlm Roeeke1 GQIIY Unke Don Cow D lores Aupperle TCFIX Rapp J1m Tavlor L1 Rae Muaelman K'1yJ1bben JHCRIQ Grundv Don Schxxax 7ent1aub Dean Broy Charle Hexvltt Sam Hoatetler R1ch'1rd Daxxion Iaelx G11mm Bob Bwrtelmav Ele'1no1 YOIdV Murtv March 'md Marllvn Yordy 111n1o1 sen1o1 Pxom and banquet xx1ll go xx 1th ua far lnto the future From our oxxn expe11enceQ lait year remaln v1v1d lmpresslona of hoxx much xx orrv and work are neeeemrv to have a good Prom We are aeeo1d1ngly deeply appree1'1t1x1 of the effort expended 1n our behalf Belng noxx at the end of our b1g four yeara 1n MTHS and looklng back at all the xx ondelful experlenees xxe have had xx 1th fr1ends 1nd elaQSm'1teQ xve are '1 b1t Qaddened it leavmg It all But tlme N at the mme moment COI'lClLld1I'lg the hlstorv of the elasx of 54 and Qxvec-p1nsgf us out bevond theae Qhelteung walls Heneeforxxard ou1 hlqtory xx1ll be that of 1nd1v1du1lQ mstead of a group May It p1ove xxorthx of 1tQ beg1nn1n,qQ' Sherry Rapp Deloreq Aupperle I bexenlx elght I ' lf. 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P X 1 o t1eLasso 5411 VN e the cl rss at 14104 ol Morton Toxxn shrp Hrgh School berng of sound mrnd llld good Judgement proclarm thrs our last xx1ll and testament and do hereby bequeath tl1e lolloxxrng precrous possess rons to some of our fr lends To our Almr Mater xxe xx 111 txxo strcks of dynamrte to frnlsh off the old burld rn To the tumor class xxe xx 111 the cox eted trtle of SENIORS To the sophomore class xxe xvrll the long axx arted chance to put on a prom To the freshnr rn class xxe xx1ll a class of students youn er than themselves so they ll haxe someone to lord oxer 'Io Carl Huber and Bam Huette xxe xx1ll a paperless hall and '1 norseless student body To Mr Morton xxe xxrll 1 student body that xxrll qurckly get quret rn assemb res To Mrss Baldrrdge xxe xx1ll a bucket of parnt for her offrce To Mr Carper xxe xxrll a nexx pad of prnk slrps To Mr Hager xxe xx1ll lg classes xxrthout freld trrps To Mrs Wrlson xxe xx1ll a mouseless Home Ee room To Mr Furkrn xxe xxrll a drrect tele phone lrne to Washrngton D C To Mrss Jones xx e xx 111 a senror Fngllslr class that apprecrates Shakespeare and Vlrlton To Mrss Melxrn xxe xxrll a bookkeep rng class that knox s a debrt from 1 cred rt before May 30 To Mrss Her stern xxt xx1ll 1 Phrloso pher staff that hands rn rts reports on trme To Mr Rem xxe xx1ll nerxes of steel and muscles to o xxrth them To Mrss Isabeth Smrth xxe xxrll ten ye11s of peace and quret to recuperate from xx ork on the Cauldron To Mr Turner xxe xxrll PF' classes that lrke to trke shoxxers To Mrss Dorrs Qmrth xxe xxrll 1 st 11101 cl rss xxrth lots of xxrllrn n1 1le actors To Mrss Lundberg xxe xxrll a study hall th rt can hear the trrdy bell Fo Mr Whrtaker we xx1ll a kennel adjacent to the lab and fr nexx Joke book To M1 Zxx anzrg xxe xx 111 a good bool to re 1d rn all of 111s spare trme To Pat Landrs xxe xvrll another senror el rss that rpprecrates her as much as xxe do I Delores Aupperlc xx rll my lrkerblc m1nner to Henry Kruse I Bob Bar telmay xx1ll my tremendous stature to Crrol Burdrck We Floyd Brum Jrm Grngcrrclr 1nd Mrry Brshop xx1ll our quret manners to Tom Krdd Glen Hohnstrerter and Pat Mrllard I Erleen Baum Wrll my rnterest rn hu MAN1ty to C 1101 Bullock I Grnny Bauman xx1ll my Ford to anyone xvrth nerve enough to drrxe rt I Barbara Barnebee xvrll my abrlrty to go steady all tl1rough hrgh school to anybody xx ho lrkes lots of company I Patsy Brnkele xx1ll mv locker to 1 freshm rn xvho rs trred of dodgrng fall rng plaster rn the old burldrng I June Bond xxrll my rnrtrals to my brother Jack I Dean Broy xx1ll my tuba to Allen Becker I Vrrgrnra Burk xx1ll my blond h111 to JoAnn McClugage I Delores Laldxx ell wrll my abrlrty to get thrngs done to Hrrold Martrn I Drck Clark xvrll my boots to Jrmmre Grerner' I Prtty Cooke xxrll 111 my nrcknames to loc Schxx arzentraub I Don Cox xxrll myself to my rrch good lool rng brbe complete xxrth Cadrl ac I B1rb 11 r Dockus xxrll my FHA presrdencv to Ed Coode Jackre Elser xx1ll mv gr gles to any one pl rnnrng to take slrorth 1nd II Loretta I elker xxrll mv long harr to la Whrte l Stxentx nrne l 1 1 'll I ' I Y V 1 V. 1 . . , , , ., 1 1 V - . 1,1 V V V , C11 ' 1, 11 g, 1, 1 l - l 1 I I I fl 4 V 1 , 1 ,r ,c c c . 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I Esthu G1lloxx 1y xx1ll 1ny qu1etness to NK ayne Baum I Glcn Getz xx1ll my Studcnt COLll'lCll p1es1dencx to W 1111 Oney I Jack Gflmlli xx1ll 1ny ca1 to Adelc Mammen I Jacl11e G1 undy w1ll my a1t1st1c 1b1l 1ty to LOIS W1tz1q I My1a He1se1 xx1ll my black ha11 to A1lene Unks We Cha1les Hexv11t and D1ck Daxx son xv1ll our aobs at the Supeuyay to 1ny one xx ho s broke I N 1ncy Holder xx1ll my ab1l1ty to be the only gul 1n a class to anyone wl1o IS x11ll1ng to take the r1sk I Sam Hostetle1 xy1ll my seat 111 s1xtl1 110111 study hall to anyone xx ho doesnt 1n1nd frequent t11ps to the off1ce I K1y J1bben xx1ll my mus1cal 1b1l11y to A1t Kelle1 We Janet Llscom and Donna MCM 111 us xx 1ll our close f11endsh1p to Bonnle Naf71ger and Norma F1e1d1nge1 I Ken McCoy xv1ll 1ny Ford to Ma1y Osxxald I Ma1g1e M011 xx1ll 1ny locke1 and books to my s1ster MJFIIYH I LIRWL Muselman x11ll my xy1l11n1, ness to wx O1 k to 1ny cousm Stan We Shcuy and Te11y Rapp xv1ll Olll 1b1l1ty to get along togethe1 to Robe1t 1nd DOIOICS Ifrank I Ed1th Remmert xv1ll my 1thlet16 1b1l1ty to JClly Fa1nam I Da1 lene R1tthale1 XVIII my gym shots to the Sm1thson1an Inst1tute I Jlm ROCCkC1 xylll my 1ed h111 to IUV b1othc1 Fred I Dulene Roth xx1ll my ab1l1ty to g.,o NV1th a boy 111th the same last name to lnyone xx ho hkes her oxxn n 1me I HCIIIV SCIIICL. xx1ll my ab1l1ty to sklp school to Ca1ol Hemlger I LOIQH Sch1ebe1 xx1ll my 1b1l1ty lll SDOIIS to Be1nad1ne Conlev I ken Schm1df1:all xx1ll my harem of 1118 to Russell Weaver I Sh11ley Schm1dgall x11ll my Cauld 1on ed1torsh1p to anyone W1ll1ng to work IJGIOIC duung and after school lnclud mg xx eek rnds I Dayton Schoenbeln xv1ll my s1lence lo Ioan lN1ecessa1y I Donald Schwarzentraub W111 my long name to Bob Cox I Pam Shepherd XVIII 1ny secretary 1obs to Jan1ce Koch I Donald Speerly xx1ll my Job at the Shell to Ken Oekel so he can get free gas fOl h1s ca1 I Marlene Spr1nge1 xx1ll my rlde to school every noon to anyone xx ho doesn't l1ke to Walk We Audrey V1a and Hope Stonewall xx1ll 0111 elghth hour l1brar11n pos1t1ons to anyone xx ho doesn t m1nd a llttle may he1n noyx and then I B ub Strunk XVIII my ab1l1ty to make class I Jlm Taylor xx1ll my dark complex ION to my slster Sharon I Ge11y Unks XVIII my crexv cut to MISS Baldr1dge I Bonme W1lte1s xx1ll my ab1l1ty to get along Wlth teachers to Roger Zehr I Marlene Welsser xx1ll my seat 111 lsscmbly to my b1other George I Betty Wood w1ll my mlschlevous manner to anyone who has frlends that can take lt I MdI1lyH Yoldy xx1ll my Hblllty to pl IV a character put 1n the senlor play to 1nyone who doesn t m1nd belng r1bbed We M uty Ma1 ch and Eleanor Yordy xx1ll ou1 cheuleadlng pos1t1ons to Glenn GCIIUCI 1nd Bob S1ebenmark Slgned Class of 1954 W1tnessed by Marty March and Gerry Unks l L1g,hty I 1 v 1 vu V. 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ISIGLICII Sul' , of'I'rm'01' lf ' zint. - f If IT , 'I 53-ll . ul' Powm' I'I2m1 f . I Q' , MATHIS LUMBER CCIVIPANY ir lnn....., Everything for the Builder if Morton. Illinois II BEYER BROTHERS INC TAZEWELL COUNTY S LEADING FARM EQUIPMENT DEALERS MORTON SINCE 1901 TREMONT III 6 - 1-L n V :A A L, . 57, xg? A. , W ' ,fry . ,ik 7 N . f l I 'rs lift ' ,., 9 MILLER BAKP RY 53 Years of SQFVICC Phone 3391 Morton Illlnols IV 9 -4 A 4 1900 ' 1953 e n o DMHUUEEH me W -pgv!! Mr and Mrs Alfred B CGTIUS Mqr Try our delxcrous Darry Queen Sundaes and Mrlk Shakes at the IVIORTCN DAIRY QUEEN Mr cmd Mrs Alfred B Camus Mqr Whrle Enjoyrng a Good Show at the Frlendly Morton Theatre Try Some of Our Delrcrous Hot Popcorn and Candy V L M 4 A V .Q 4 i . . . , . A , :IK V' Q 1. Q fs 4 1a f d , QAAQ QA . . . , . S. J CLUB 150 Prop Do Vetterhoffer' P p O1vllleZ0br1st WE SPECIALIZE IN FOODS CHICKEN DINNERS STEAKS FISH Route 150 Morton Illmoxs THE MORTON NEWS PRINTING AND PUBLISHING PRINTERS or' THE CAULDRON smcn 1937 MORTON ILLINOIS VI I .'zg:g'W- " N' -' 5 : - S61 I I ,Q . ' I My V . 1 1 li' ' Q ' 'f ' w 'If fs ' s V 5' ' . , , by I . . K , gl: ' I 4 K I 3 I , - . . I ' ti' . 111- I 'Ng .2 n ro .2 ' ' ' I 'llg3glXhQljnl1l7ntleig Lul11ggul1g:y I 'fiv- ll fx? aiian' lljlll! l Q lf 10" lfltffgri. gl Commerczal Art Ware Our Specialty Morton I1l1no1s ' Fence C . Fence Roofing Paint MORTON Buildings Farm and Home Supplies 252 West Adams Street Morton. Illinois VII :swaps-lf., It-f - WKf"?iii , I M ' 'vfn -QQ:-Mi, ,Qi ',gfe'?'1 wfafsl.. J' gt ffm- ' fam. . ' J' t ' . bi' A , A V, f Q MJ. ' - M-,f M " E m u A new -4. , . M. it ' " ' , e '.s-fi . ff ft ,f'1'i4?,'i e n we fe ' . ' SHUI! y inn, , ' 1"'f ., " 'i l . Wm " "Nu A ' , . I ',,,,,wG ' n :v .-, ig V - If - an , ,Q., . -1 L Q . 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Q I in I r i risa ' ce e 1 -4 , o I I 9 H0 er Motor Qtudebaker Sales and SCFVICC WRECKER and AUTOBODY ALBERT E KING Owner Compliments of VERKLER PEYER CO Nash Dealer Slnce 1914 110 SoLth Jeffelson Comm of Fust and Monson Peona Ill1no1s Phone 4 5148 IX 5 H A Co. 2580 Morton R czd East Peoria. 8, Illinois -1 1 0 - :J 1 -- - , - ' - - K , , M leton S uper Mar rzet VVest Jackson Street Route 150 LARGE P REF PARKING LOT WEFKDAY HOLRQ SUNDAY HOURQ Qi30AM 10IM 9AMt10 M Roec Qer C, levro et Qolnpany QALES and SERVICE Morton Ilhnols X I ., icld ' 1 1 W1 1 W V MOE: MORTON T V SERVICF P1 eoents HOFFMAN Easy VISIOH TGICVI 1o1 1Q54Q Most CODICG Set Q 21'-3 Chftu ood Aw 0 Ph '-3483 Www? ti XI MORTON LUMBER COMPANY, INC. P.O. Box 510 SEE US FOR YOUR BUILDING NEEDS 1' Mlleo Northeast on Hlghway 150 Molton Ill PARTRIDGE Intemor Decoratmg DRAPERIES UPHOLSTERING Morton 111111015 ARCH BARTELMAY AND SONS OLIVER PONTIAC MAYTAG my Sales and SCFVICC Morton Ill RUSSLIN S QHOES POR ENTIRE FAMILY Flo1she1n 81 Rand For Men Txxeedlcs 81 Tum Tled POI Womcn Poll Parrot IOI L h1ld1c1 10.3 S M'11n btreet Morton 111111018 4,-fr X FREIDINGER BROS MARKET F eatur lng RICHELIEU FOODS Morton 111111018 W 9 , N 1 N 1 4 V7 ' -. - 1' 1 . , X 1 P - ' ' -xl 'z' - 1 V . , . i , ,ii 7 " ek ,- i H - -2 A , is ' xg , . . , . . , , . BEN FRANKLIN STORE Morton, Illinois V. S. Schumacher, Mgr "Where Spending is Saving EHRLICHER BROTHERS CO THE ORIGINAL SERVING THIS COMMUNITY FOR MORE THAN 65 YEARS WITH Dependable Dr ug Store Service We Appreciate Your Patronage Iyhrlzcher Brothers Co 326 Couit Street PEKIN ILL Phone 1373 O1 1806 13 XIII CARAGHER BUICK CO Buick S GMC Trucko Sales Sz Service ff-f rf We our Phone 5541 Morton Ill MORTON DRY CLEANERS PIONEER HI BRED CORN CO H C Cauuq Mgr CSBFD CORN llo11on Ill1no1S HM- 'Cr Tazewell Countv Q Fmest Clo'merQ Phone 6601 Morton Illmom XIV STUMPF PHARMACY P1 OSCIIDUOHQ Complete Dx ug Store Sen 1Ce Mol ton lllmoxs HENRY BIRKENBUSCH 8: SON J EWELERS Dlamonds Watches Establlshed 1867 420 Court St Pekm WM AUPPERLE AND SONS CEMENT FLOORS FOUNDATIONS ETC Phoneq 6142 3411 Mo ton 111111015 i HEINIGER MOTOR COMPANY DODGE Sz PLYMOUTH Sales and SQFVICC Morton, Illmols 21 gi fiskiffi- f V. I 'I A K , . V1 . . L 7 7 w 4 . XV WALZ 62 WIECKHOFF The P1100 to Buy Your If ord S1109 K Sen 100 angry Over 50 000 :tems to choose From Where You Save Today and Every Day 9' "12 314 So Adams St PEORIA ILL STEPHENS ELECTRIC Electrlcal Contractor Phone 7575 Morton, Ill XVI e, 1 lf- S an . Route 150 Morton, Ill. ' 0 . 0 7 - I 0 ' I D 0. ' I l wi 'Nw- HOME. OIL CO D19TllbUtOI of Potloloum Products Electuc Appllances R'1d10s md SCIVICQ Auto ACCGQSOIIQS Vlolton Illmom HOEPFNER Electnc Servlce Motor R6pHlF1Hg Morton I11 Ph 2841 Hot Pomt Apphances Tappan Gas Ranges Electrlcal Contractmg Wlflng Supphes E5 IIIIE till? Slllif' illlli we on co E. Qq AVII I G JACOB 6 SONS INC Flectrlcal Contractlng Phone 6651 125 N Fourth Ave Morton, Illlnols KKAH 0 l KRUGS MARKET THE """' HAI PY HGUR STORE Phone Qull Compllment of HOMER C LUDWIG FUNERAL DIRECTOR Morton Ill1no1s ROBERT YORDY TURKEY FARM We are alu ays glad to XVIII serve you wlth the Am C110 ln T1'1d1t1onal Fowl durlng the Thanksglv mg Hollday Season and Week end dlnners 1 ' ' li -fa tb- 7 I '. 'R ,fu 2. ,K .Ez " 4 In I 1 4 ' -"',' 'A . q I :PQ W Morton, Illinois u M A ff he in l , .. . i I V l ' S Y '. ,Z Nr D I ' SCHIPPER AND BLOCK CO Lldlos Mlsses 81 Clrls Ready to We 11 Men S and Boys Clothlng DRY GOODS GIFT WARES Pekln IIIIHOIS Hall Hall the Gangs All Here THE GRILL What Fun MOIC Fun THE GRILL Molton IIIIHOIS XIX FURNITURE, AND FLOOR COVERINCB of Hlghest Quallty and Lowest PIICOS DIETRICH FURNITURE SHOPPE Morton, Illlnolg . A .7 , I . I! I .. ., . ' . Q, . H . Y, c . , .. . 1 . I . . , 4 - - C 1 ,1 . 'fl I . 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