Moweaqua High School - Arrowhead Yearbook (Moweaqua, IL)

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ff My WJWWXW W ,ff ' if - is 1 . Av 4 01.47. 63151, geaxzoook Si gl Rnchard Graven Sue Eck hardt Dams Colluer Beverly Smock Duck Tolly Tom Humphrey Leland Mathnas Rene Ruot ' 'Fr-or -Q Furs? Row Dams Collier Duck Graven Sue Eckharclt Paul Dobson Sylvua Reatherford Pat Jordon Gerrn Hardin Second Row Duck Tolly Beverly Smack Leland Mothuas Rene Ruot Emll lslcen Judy Bullcley Tom Humphrey Paul Dobson Photography Eclntors Emll lsken Co Editors Art Edltors Sylvia Reatherford Judy Bulkley Typusts Patrl clo Jordon Sensor Editors Gerrl Hardm Sports Edutors Busmess Managers Mass Mournne Moore Sponsor The Class of '56 presents this yearbook for your enloyment Moy you treasure thus record of classes, actwntnes, and school fun We hope at wull bring back pleasant memorues of your hugh school days l I 3159 . 4 . ,gf :,gggwwsfgw V ' -, W X Um., 4: QW N- . A ' . is A xr hui Q '- 1 -- 9 ' ," 6' .4 . . 3 t ,ja , x ,J K ,. - ! 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CLARK Commerce rf i' Q .'f"y'5ff 'S Q f i lv, ' B I 'C if 1, 44.4-a..4Q 1 1- . , ive W Q-.2.5'q ,,,.w K E MR. KNIGHT Agriculture wr fi?-sf 83 Q, by ,A Q:-' be o MRS. POOLE MR. ANDERSON Study Hcll Coach , Arithmetic Alf Wofzk Miss sowrx Home Economics HOUTS MISS MCMULLEN Band Vocal Music 1' A V tl 1 E. cf 50,6 . 126 Ox aiwd SO 4 my .H fl'-six ffvwza 3 wig gn. 7-flze Cagleiefzia Mrs. Arthur Hoewing, Mrs. George Hill, Mrs. Joe Thomas, Mrs. John Morrison, Mrs. Alfred Beckman ond Mrs. Douglas Stump. ,dn Line 9. 7-cwien good OQ QO - - - M QQQO 0 0 09 QQ ll ll We GERRI HARDIN "As merry as the day is lon F.H.A ...... F.H.A. Officer. G,A,A ,.... Pow Wow .... Pep Club ..., Junior and Senior Plays Spanish Club . . Librarian .... Class Officer . . Arrowhead Staff . Chorus .,... EMIL ISKEN lv- g. . i,2,3 . . .3 .1,2 3,4 .1,2 3,4 . , 2,3,4 . . .2 .. 2,3 . .1 . . 4 . .1,2,4 "Arno "When there is nothing else to do, I study." Football .... Basketball . Track . . . . . Chorus ..,. Junior and Senior Arrowhead Stall King Candidate Librarian . . . . .i,2,a,4 . ,l,2,3,4 Plays i,2,3,4 ,3,4 . . .1 .2,3,4 9 is LARRY DEAN SMITH "Smitty" "Ha deserves more than the best. So give him all the rest." Basketball ..... . 2,4 Football ....... l,2,3 Band . . ,..... l,3 F.F.A. ..... l,2,3,4 F.F.A, Secretary ..... 4 Spanish Club . . . , 3,4 Track ...... . . l,2 Baseball ........ 3,4 Junior and Senior Plays Student Council .... 3 Class Officer . . . 2 DONIS ERLENE COLLIER "Donnie" "It's nice to be natural, when you're naturally nice." Librarian .,..... 2,3,4 G.A,A ,.... .... 2 ,3 Spanish Club ..... 2,3,4 Spanish Club President . . . 3 Junior and Senior Plays Pow V-'ow Staff ..... 2, 3,4 Arrowhead Staff . . . . . 4 Camera Club . . . . . . 4 Pep Club ...... l,2,3,4 Girls'State . . . . . .3 N A ,um svwm REATPERFORD "sus," "To giggle is to be happy," Chorus ........ 1,2 F.H.A. .... . . 2,3 G.A.A. .... . . 4 G.A.A. Officer . Library Club ...... 2,3 Arrowhead Staff ..4 GEORGE PAUL DOBSON "Do 'Oh, how I love to prove l'm right Student Council ...... l Track ........ l,2,3,4 Spanish Club . . . . 2,3,4 Arrowhead Stoff ...... 4 Pow Wow .... , . 2, 3,4 Camera Club . . . . .4 Chorus . . . . . .3 Bond .... . . l, 2 Librarian . l,2,4 vs-"lb SALLY SUE SANNER "Sally" "Plenty of pep when she lecl our . cheers - you'll look twice believe us,dears. ' Chorus ....... l,2,3,4 Cheerleading , . . l,2,3,4 Pow Wow ...... l,2,3,4 Sextet ........ 2, 3, 4 Sextet District-State .... 2 Sweetheart Attendant . . . 2, 3 Junior and Senior Plays JULIA ANN COLE "Junebug" "She seems very shy 'till you know her." G,A,A,. . . . 1,2,3,4 F.l'l.A. . ..., l Chorus . . . . .3 Junior Play LELAND MATHIAS "Lee" "He intends to be the rnost pros- perous farmer that ever straddled a milk stool." Basketball. . . . l,2,3,4 Football. . . . .l,2,3,4 Baseball ......... 3,4 Student Council .... . 3 Junior and Senior Plays President of Class . . . . .l F.F.A. Pres. . . . . 4 Arrowhead Staff . . . 4 , e f Q ff? A sf" A ,X f A J o f-if , L., J V N in 11 Jovce my oewm "Joy" "A good heart is worth gold." Mixed Chorus .... 2,3, Girls' Chorus . . l,2,3, Junior and Senior Plays F. H.A, .... F,t-l,A, Officer .... 3, Archery Club . . . . G.A.A.. . . . Commerce Club . . I PATRICIA JEAN JORDAN "Pat "A blush is beautiful, but often inconvenient." F.H.A, ...... l,2,3,4 F.H.A. Officer .... 3,4 Student Council ..... l G.A,A ,... . . . l,3, 4 Chorus ..... l,2,3,4 Arrowhead Staff ..... 4 Pow Wow ....,.. 4 Junior and Senior Play RQERT MILLER "Bob" "Ifl can sleep and pass, why stay awake?" Basketball Track .... . . 2,3,4 Baseball . .... 3,4 F.F.A. . . .l,2,3,4 LORENE RUOT "Rene" "Always on the sunny side of life." F, H,A, .... . . l,2,4 Pow Wow . . . . . . 4 Arrowhead Staff Chorus ...... l,2,3,4 Junior and Senior Plays LARRY WORKMAN "Lightning" "l agree with no man's opinion, I have some of my own." Football Manager . . .l,2,3 Basketball Manager . l,2,3 Track Mdnager .... l,2,3 Camera Club ...... 4 Olmera Club President . . 4 T HOMAS HU MPHREY "Tom" "HB loves but one--at a time." Football ....... 3, 4 Basketball . . . . . . l Band ....... l, 2, 3, 4 Chorus ......... 4 Arrowhead Staff Spanish Club ..... . 2 Junior and Senior Plays Pow Wow ........ 4 Band solo and ensemble contest . .2,3,4 ...Nh BETTY JOYCE BEAL "Spooky" 'She looks sweet and acts sweet, too, but you can never tell what a sweet girl will do." Pow Wow G.A.A. BEVERLY ANN SMOCK "Bev" "Me idea of an agreeable person. is a person who agrees with me. Band ,.... . . l, 2,3,4 Band Officer . . . . 2,3,4 Chorus ...... l,2,3,4 Chorus All State ..... l Sextet ....... 2,3,4 District and State Contest. l,2 r,H,A, ...... i,2,3,4 F,H,A. President ..... 3 G,A,A, .... . . 1,2 Librarian ..... . . l,2 Arrowhead Staff Pow Wow ...... l,2,3,4 Junior and Senior Plays Class Officer ....... 4 Pep Club ........ 3 PHILIP BOHLEN "Basketball is hi his interest." Basketball . Football . Baseball . . F.F.A.. . . . F.'F,A, Officer Class Officer . Y v 0. S .4 .4 HFHP., sport--girls . .l,2,3,4 . . . l,2 . . . 3,4 .l,2,3,4 . . . . 4 . . .4 fr BARBARA COLE "Barb" "Full of fun and humor is she." G.A,A, .... . l,2,3,4 G.A,A, President .... 3,4 Chorus ....... 2,3,4 Junior Play JACQULEE CRAWFORD "Jackie "They say miracles are past." Chorus ......... l G.A.A, ....... 2,3 G,A,A, Camp . . . 2 Spanish Club . . . . 2 Junior Play Librarian ........ 2 GARY TRULOCK "Burley" "I am a lover and have not found my thing ta love." F.F.A ...... . l,2,3,4 Football . . . .l,2,3,4 Basketball . . . . l,2,3,4 Track . 8 . . . 2,3,4 Baseball. . . . . 4 SUE ANN ECKHARDT "Sue" "She possesses a natural zeal for learning." Band ....... l, 2, 3, 4 Bi-Comty Festival. . l,2,4 Woodwind Quintet. . .3,4 Clarinet Quartet .... l,2 Band Librarian . . . 2,3,4 Library Club .... 2,3,4 Library Club Pres. . . . 3 Spanish Club .... 2,3,4 G,A,A, ..... l,2,3 Junior and Senior Plays Pow Wow ..... 2,3 4 Arrowhead Staff Camera Club . . . . 4 1 GLEA KAY WINDELS "Glea "Away from books, let's have fun." Band ...... l,2,3,4 Bi-County Festival .... 3 Woodwind Quintet . . .2, 3 Mixed Clarinet Quartet . l,4 Bb ClarinetQuartet . . l,2 Chorus ..... , l,2 Library Club . . . . 4 Library Club Pres. .... 4 Arrowhead Staff Spanish Club . . . 2,3,4 Class Officer . . . . 3 RICHARD ZINDEL "ltze" "A country lad---um!--not bad." Football ...., l,2,3,4 Student Council ..... 2 F.F.A. ..... l,2,3,4 F.F.A, Treas .... . . 4 Class Officer ...... 3 Junior King Candidate . . 3 E-fx JUDY BULKLEY "Rad" "l would not, if I Could, be still a minute." Chorus . . . . Paw Wow . . . Pow Wow Editor . Student Council Spanish Club . Drum Nniorette . . l,3, Junior and Senior Plays Homecoming Cmdidate . Arrowhead Staff LYLE RICHARD TOLLY Dick "A country boy with l ambition. " Basketball . . . Football . . Track . . . Baseball . . . F.F.A, ..... I, F.F.A. V. Pres, .... 4 Chorus . . . Arrowhead . . Pow Wow . . Class Offi cer-V. Pres otsof 2,3,4 2,3,4 2,3,4 . . 3,4 2,3,4 .2,3 . . 4 2,3,4 . . 2 Class Officer-Pres .... 3 Q, Y? Senior Play Student Council ..3 X , MARY LOUISE COFFEY Toots "The better you know her the better you like her." Chorus ..... l,2, 3,4 F.H.A, .... l,2,3,4 F.H.A, Officer .... Paw Wow ..... 2, 3,4 Spanish Club .... 2,3 Junior Play Make-up for Senior Play Arrow head Staff JOHN EDWARD MARKO J "Girls are like a new suit, they cost mone Not Pictured F'F'A' ' JOSEPH WILLIAMSON "Joe" "Thinking is o waste of thought." F.F.A. l,2,3,4 X lil 1 Qt ANNA LEA JORDAN "Annie" "When there is anything to be done, she is always around with a smile. " Chorus ....... l,2,3, 4 F.H,A, ...... l,2,3,4 F.H.A. Officer .... 3,4 Queen Candidate ..... 2 Sweetl-teartAttendant . . .3 Senior Play Student Council ..... 3 Pow Wow .... . 2,3,4 Librarian . . . .l,2 Class Officer Basketbal Y .....l,2, lManager. . .l Track Manager ..... Z Nu- :WEN .Zenom ...-.A-. -li' in Qt- l. Larry Workman 2. Richard Zindel 3. Betty Beal 4. Judy Bulkley 5. Emil lsken 6. Lorene Rao? 7. Paul Dobson 8. Leland Mathias 9. Sylvia Reafherford lO.Gary Trulock l l,Anna Jordan l2.Pafricia Jordan l3.BOb Miller l4.Barbara Cole l5.T0m Humphrey 90 at-I Sally Sanner Beverly Smack Julia Cole John Marko Joyce DeWitt Gerri Hardin Sue Eckhardf Larry Smith Donis Collier Richard Graven Dick Tolly Giea Windel Jacqulee Crawford Mdry Coffey Philip Bohlen Joe Williamson Seniofz Huiony In the fall of I952 thurty fuve students that were to make up the Freshman Class entered Moweaqua Hugh School At the furst class meetung the Freshman Class elected the followung offucers, under the supervusuon of theur advusors Mr Fassett and Mr Houts Presudent Leland Mathuas Vuce Presudent Sally Sonner Secretary Treasurer Gerru Hardnn Student Councul Pat Jordan and Paul Dobson make the Freshmen feel more welcome un September the Sophomores entertauned them wuth a wuener roast and hayrude at Donnue Shuster s farm During the second week of September the Freshman Class was unutuated by the upperclassmen makung them offucual members of the chool The Homecomung Kung and Queen candudates for the year were Creta Suppes and Emul lsken Durung the school year of l953 54 thurty two Sophomores met and elected the followung offucers Presudent Larry Smuth Vu ce Presudent Duck Tolly Secretary Treasurer Anna Jordan Student Councul Creta Suppes and Ruchard Zundel Mr Decker was class advusor On October 2 l953 the class gave the Freshmen a party There was a hayrude and entertaun ment at Anna Jordan s home The class entered the float Scalp Em, lnduans un the Homecomung Parade Anna Jordan and Dan Nusser were kung and queen candudates At the begunnung of the school year the Junuor Class held uts furst class meetung to elect the followung offucers Presudent Duck Tolly Vuoe Presudent Ruchard Zundel Student Councul Anna Jordan, Judy Bulkley, Duck Tolly, Larry Smut , Leland Mathuas Also the Junuors selected class rungs, whuch arruved later un November The float Waltzung to Vuctory won second pruze un the Homecomung Parade As kung and queen candudates the class chose Judy Bulkley and Ruchard Zundel In Aprul the annual Junuor Play Men Are Luke Streetcars was guven ln Aprul the Junuor Class added the clumax to the year by guvung the Junuor Senuor Banquet and prom lt was the furst prom to be held un the new school buuldung The theme was Moonlught and Roses On the first day as Senuors of Moweaqua Hugh School the class met wuth Muss Moore and Mr Corby to elect the class offucers and to decude upon Senuor graduatuon unvutatuons As Senuor offucers the class elected the followung people Presudent Ruchard Graven Vu ce Presudent Phulup Bohlen Secretary Treasurer Beverly Smock O tober 22 the class sponsored the annual Moweaqua Homecomung Dance un the All Purpose Room Everybody enloyed the musuc of George Lynn s Band Ruchard Graven and Donus Colluer won the tutle of Kung and Queen of the Homecomung Play tryouts were October 26 un the All Purpose Room On November l8 the Senuors presented the play You Can t Kuss Carolune Funally hugh school days for the class of 56 came to a close on the twenty fufth of May wuth that wonderful day of GRADUATION I - . , . . . To . I . . - . . , . .. I . . . s . 1 ' ' I I I ' Il ' ' Secretary-Treasurer: Glea Kay Windels . : . . h ,, . . ,, . . . - . , . . . ,, . ,, . I I ' . . . . ,, . C ' . . ' - . . . . . . ID I ' ' 1 . I . , - , . . Seniofu IMA pfwpfuecg It was summer un the Grand Canyon and I was spendung my vacatuon there away from strenuous work un Los Angeles And that us how ut all came about that I made fruends wuth Saneco, an old lnduan man who had some strange power of vusuon One evenung un the red sunset a longung came over me for my old Senuor fruends, so I asked Saneco to tell me about them BETTY BEAL at the present tume us a very happuly marrued Ju Jutzu teacher somewhere out East We hear most of her patuents are unhappuly marrued men Thus last statement us probably not so after they graduate from her course PHIL BOHLEN so I was told, has few fruends these days It seems he was run out of Los Angeles because of peculuar odors Hus perfume evudently usn tsellung well these days JUDY BULKLEY us a very happy sungle gurl yet You see she us the owner ofa bureau that supplres gurls wuth escorts No wonder she us so enthusnastuc about her work She never loses sught of the escorts BARBARA COLE belueve ut or not us a professuonal psychologust She us not at the offuce so much any more sunce her husband us her latest cluent Guess he takes up most of her tume JULIA COLE us now doung an act at the Macambo, or that us, she was Torch sungers are quute the rage any more, but they do have dufficultues un tryung to get robs Must be an oveusupply of them DONIS COLLIER us workung for the government She us a game warden at the Yellowstone Natuonal Park Her 'ob must not be a very safe one, for she was gust released from the anumal hosputal last week JACQULEE CRAWFORD us drawung the crowds un Maduson Square Gardens She wrestles volunteers from tg crowd and collects the pay offs durectly after the last match MARY COFFEY I want you to know, us a taxu druver un the cuty of Chucago She talks to the pess engers constantly, so they are unaware of theur whereabouts She then lets them out at the nearest poluce statuon PAUL DOBSON us quute the man about town now He us one ofthe Presudents guards Everyday he ees new sughts, but there us nothung he oon do about them Too bad that thus type of lab unvolves only men JOYG DeWITT has quute a large famuly She trauns fleas for curcus performances Her favorute us one named Sam He us more ofa pet than a performer, though SUE ECKHARDT us very well occupied Her uob us a varued one You see, she us a foreugn ambassador Last I heard, she was rn Parus, but by now she us probably un Hong Kong or maybe even un South Ameruca RICHARD GRAVEN has won agaun, thus tume an academy award Ballet danclng, you know, does requure talent He danced un a productuon of Dancrng In the Dark but for some unknown reason he hasn t danced sunae GERRI HARDIN the most talkatuve person I ever knew, us stull talkmg Yes, she us a saleslady, a travelung one at that Her 'ob us to sell B V D s to the bathung beautues un Muamu Beach She does have a very envaous lob, we must admut TOM HUMPHREY as I recall, was constantly guvung speeches to hus classmates Now ut s even more dufficult for hum to fund an aucluence Beung a polutucan must not be a very rewardung occupatuon, but somehow Tommy always manages to have plenty of money How does he do ut? Polutucuans must have peculuar ways un thus modern age EMIL ISKEN who was always a hard fellow to please when ut came to eatung, us now eatung what he dushes out He us a successful well anyway, he s a chef at Italuano s on Broadway ANNA JORDAN Can you guess what her occupataon us? Bear the shock, for ut us true that she as a sports announcer who broadcasts over statuon WHY un Cuncunnatu I guess she learns some thung every day If I . . ...-.-l.. . . . . , . ' I . . . , . li. . . . - . s -.l.i..... . . . . . . . ' u . . . . . . . - 1l.i...i , s n 0 u l ' . . 12 . . . . . .. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ,, . . ,, , ' I "'- . . . . . . . I - s u . - . . . . . I s . i? . . s Q Q u . . . gn-1 I . I , . PAT JORDAN dudn t seem to me the type of person who would become a brllboard artrst Guess brllboard artrsts really travel around Must be very rnterestrng work though Bet one meets some very strange customers rn that type of work JOHN MARKO has turned out to be a harr stylrst or that rs he was Most ofthe women customers left hrs shop wrth very short harr so he had to change hrs trade to barberrng Poor John, now he never gets any lady customers LELAND MATHIAS edrtor of the Mathias Crty News, rs qurte an edrtar The paper rs publrshed once a month and what a paper rt rsl You see, Leland frrst wrrtes the news rn shorthand, and by the trrne he trres to translate rt rnto long hand, the news rs so stale that he has to start all over agarn BOB MILLER rs the world s latest bobby sox rdol Never does he have any prrvacy There are always bull collectors and newspaper reporters around There rs only one nrae thrng about all thrs H never has much trrne to spend wrth hrs wrfe RENE RUOT was always krnd to anrrnals, especrally those that were hurt or srck Now she works rn a dog pound Here she doctors the dogs and helps them to overcome therr rllnesses very qurckly Rene happens to be the boss ofa certarn pound rn New York Crty One mrght say she rs workrng for the government by helprng some people get out of poymg therr rncome tax on dogs SYLVIA REATt'fRFORD who never was afrard of anythrng, rs a Iron tomar The Irons obey her every command Eoause they are afrard of her The Irons must thrnk rt s strll Be Krnd to People Week BEVERLY SMOCK has finally reached her long-desrred goal the palace rn England She rs a scrub woman and a very go-od one but she does have hopes of attarnrng a hrgher posrtron Evrdently she does not enloy berng looked down upon by royalty SALLY SANNER who was chosen Mother of the Year surely deserved the trtle She hasn tworked hard all these years for nothrng And don't tell me that oarrng for I4 youngsters rsn t hard workl LARRY SMITH who always wanted to fly has hrs wrsh The alrlrne he works for ran out of stewardesses so they Ed to hrre Larry as one To lessen hrs embarrassnent they drd change the name to steward Larry does enroy hrs work though because he has no male competrtron 'row DICK TOLLY rs presrdent of the Local ldlers Club of Moweaqua now He rsbossover qurte a large crew Many new benches have been obtarned for the crty s use, and there rs never an empty one Drck has a Seat reserved free of charge GARY TRULOCK rs one of the world s most charmrng men He charms snakes and sells them at the public square rn Mexrco Crty, where he recerves a small profrt for all hrs work LARRY WORKMAN rs strll teachrng rn Moweaqua, where he first began hrs professron He teaches Englrsh one week and chemrstry the next week Thrs way he rs sure of havrng a steady rob JOE WILLIAMSON rs strll a prrvate rn the army after about fifteen years He has finally decrded to make tg army hrs lrEtrme career Maybe rn thrs way he wrll get used to rt and can have a better chance to learn somethrng about rt GLEA WINDELS has frnally become a lady cop She has settled down and has decrded to enroy lrfe by rnterferrng rn other people s busrness Thrs enables her to hear the latest gossrp and to drstrrbute rt whale workrng RICHARD ZINDEL makes hrs home rn West Vrrgrnra He lrves and teaches at a prrvate grrls school He seems to enroy hrs work for he rs the only man onthe oampus Thrs type of work does not hurt hrs personalrty but Improves rt It was dark wten Saneco frnrshed, and I sat there rn the warm srlenae for .,urte a long trme I was struck by the fact that Soneco even though hrs people are gradually fadrng from the earth rs far happrer than most of my acquarntances Eager to know hrs phrlosphy on Lrfe I questroned hrm as to hrs creed Saneco gazrng rnto the drstanae wrth the shadows playrng around hrm chanted My Creed? Listen closely, chrld Should the enemy s arrow snuff out my lrfe rn the twrnklrng of an eye or rf my foot should slrp from the narrow tmrl over the clrff and my body be dashed on the rocks below, or rf I srmply lre down rn my wrgwom at nrght and sleep the last long sleep, my lrfe should be so lrved that day that I wrll be assured a seat at Manrtou s Last Great Councrl Frre As I sat there lrstenrng to thrs chrefs phrlosophy I could not help thrnkrng of that strange phrlosophy whrch we students at Moweaqua Hugh School had found so rnterestrng And so I rn turn told Saneco ofthe Amerrcan students phrlosop Isn t rt strange that prrnces and krngs And clowns that oaper rn sawdust rrngs And common folks Irke you and me To each rs grven a bag of tools A shopeless mass, and a book of rules And each must make, ere lrfe rs done, A stumblrng block or a stepprng stone . , . . . . ,, . . ,, . . . . . 1 . , . . s . 9 . . . . , . ,, . ,, , . rr rr - u , , . . . . I - r . . ., ,, . . . . , . . , . . , . . . . . , . . . . . a . . . . . . . . , , . 1 r . , . . . . . . . ., . 1 1 I . , . . . . . . - r 1 . , . . ,, . . . . , . . . . r . , . I -r r ' - - I - f rr anion W Who A Wfzo DICK GRAVEN SUE ECKHARDT CO Edxfor Arrowhead Ca Editor Arrowhead Iv 3' F fe. .L x ANNA JORDAN Sweetheart Queen President of F. H,A BARBARA COLE Pressdenf of Spamsh Club Presldent Cumera Club president of GDA A Pregldenf of F F A .S-QFDLOJZ. Beang of sound mands and an excellent aocularaty, we the Senaor Class of Moweaqua Ha School, do hereby wall all our worldly and sparatual goods to the followang unlucky people To the Junaor Class, we wall tlae abalaty to graduate wath flyang colors, whale to the Sopho mores, we gave our great abalaty to get along wath the on comang Senaors To the Freshmen we wall the abalaty to get along wath the teachers at all tames And to the dear faculty, we gave thas bottle of Geratol, for tared blood so they will last for future years here at Moweaqua Hagh School All our money, we spent ourselves before leavang INDIVIDUALLY WE LEAVE Tlf FOLLOWING I Betty Beal, wall my curly haar to Donna Scrabner Phalap Bohlen wall my quaet manners to Joe Porter l Judy Bulkley, wall my red haar to Sandra Tolly Mary Coffey wall my ambataon to become a nurse to Joyce Vancent Barbara Cole wall my athletac abalataes to Donna Wheatley Julaa Cole wall my abalaty to goof off to Judy DeClerk Donas Collaer wall my abalaty to stay true to a boy to Donnas Rettag Jacqulee Crawford wall my blond haar to someone who wants to be oalled Blondae all the tame Joyce DeWatt, wall Mr Clark some new typewraters that work Paul Dobson wall my mechanacal abalataes to Wayne Stump Sue Eckhardt wall my abalaty not to be a brownae to Barbara Bohlen Dack Graven wall my Ameracan Hastory notebook answers, and all to any Sophomorewho wall pay enough Gerra Hardan wall my dumb excuses to get out of P W to anyone dumb enough to use them Tommy Humphrey wall my abalaty to play a band anstrurraent to Hub Barnes Anna Jordan wall my abalaty to take shorthand and stack wath at to Helen Brown Pat Jordan wall all the fun l had an hagh school to Sandra Dowd John Marko, wall my abalaty to get along wath the teachers to Larry Wooters Leland Mathaas wall my wrecked Buack to Pumpkan Walcox, he needs another wreck Bob Maller wall my abalaty to run to Lawrence Daal Sylvaa Reatherford wall my abalaty to go wath guys steady a long tame to Betty Rueff l 'Rene Ruot, wall my abalaty to stay awake an shorthand to Sharon Snyder Sally Sanraer wall my abalaty to catch a man durang leap year and keep ham to Judy Herman Larry Smath wall my abalaty to get along wath fellow students to Junaor Scrabner Beverly Smock wall my chemastry apron to anyone who as sally enough to take chemastry Dack Tolly, wall my abalaty to keep traanang rules to Dean Wase Gary Trulock wall sorrae new food to the lunch room Jae Wallaamson, wall my abalaty to drave to Frank Wooters Glea Wandels will my heaght to Carolane Satterthwaate l L0rry W0rlsm0r1, wall my abalaty to play pang pong to Roger Workman Rachard Zaradel wall my abalaty to play football to Naraon Duncan In watness whereof we of the Senaor Class have set our hand and seal hereto thas farst day of May an the year of one thousand nane hundred and fafty sax l956 lSeal Sagned, sealed publashed and declared as and for thear last wall and testament by the Senaor Class of l956 Wa tnesses igkadeaf 2, Q Q ' I I . . . . I, . . I . . . I . . l I, I . . . . l I, I . . . . . . ll . I . . . ,, ,, . ll . . I . . . . . I, I . . ,, . ,, . ' l, ' ' . ' . I, I . . . . . I I, I . . . . i I, . I . . . I . I, ' ' , ' . . . I, I . . . . . l, Emil lskera, will my ability to get along with Mr. Corby to Ray Luconic and Gary Stiner. I, I . . . . . . I I, I . . . ' 'I . . . . . V I, . I . . ,, . ,, . , n I, . I . . . . . ll . I . . . . . I I . . . . ' 'I I . . . . . l 'I . I . . . . u . . . I, I . . . . . . I, . . . . . . . . l, , ' . II . . . . . . . 'I . I . . . . ' I - . . . . i ll . . I . . . . ' I l I C hnstened Betty Joyce Beal Philip Bohlen Judy Bulkley Mary Coffey Barbara Cole Julia Ann Cole Donus Collier Jacqulee Crawford Joyce Kay DeWitt Sue Ann Eckhardt Richard Graven Gerrl Hardin Tommy Humphrey Emil lskln Anna Jordan Patricia Jordan Favorite Pastime Sleeping Goofing Off Pestering Teachers Sewing and loafmg Swimming Listening to the radio Being with Dick Starting things and not finishing them Riding in a two tone brown Plymouth Working for the J C Sports and a certain girl Having fun Riding around Messing around with the girls Sewmg Thinking John Edward Marko Watching T V Leland Mathias Robert Miller Sylvia Reatherford Lorene Ruot Sally Sue Sanner Larry Dean Smith Beverly Ann Smack Lyle Richard Tolly Gary Trulock Joseph Williamson Glea Kay Windels Larry Workman Richard Zindel Teaslng girls Driving around Playing the piano Riding around Riding in a two toned green Chevrolet Dating Griping at Mr. Fedrigon and Mr. Burns Being in Taylorville Being in a certain town Playing the piano Riding around in my Silver Streak Riding around 22 Ambition Housewife Coach S te nographer Nurse P e teacher Housewife Housewife To become an actress To get everything from life I can a man College Veterinarian P e Teacher Join the navy Tool ancl die maker Home ec teacher Home ec teacher Farmer Farmer Baseball Secretary at Staleys Commercial field Secretary Aviator Nurse Veterinarian Farmer Mechanic English teacher Engineer White- collar iob Serulofz 0i!Z2CL?f0!1.y ' c Geo, Paul Dobson Working on cars Mechanical engineer ' . .'s IIPGTM ' Destiny Bubble Dancer Comedian Sprnster Chemistry Teacher Mermaid Old Maud HousewIfe Theater Glshrer Grease Monkey Saleslady Farmer GYPSY Flag Pole Sutter Undertaker Housew I fe Acrobat Dog Catcher Teacher Hen pecked husband Homemaker fmnly Post ll Bossy wife Preacher Lady Chemist Dancnng Tea cher Bookue Stock Car Driver Musuc Teacher Absent minded Professor Bum Favorite Saying Pet Peeve Grouchy People Twinkle Toes, the Cop Smart alecs Two faced people Grouchy teachers 7th 8 Sth graders Teachers who make bug assngnments People who tease Teachers and underclassmen lnsrncere people Snobby gurls and nosy teachers Grouchy teachers 7th SI Sth graders A gurl who talks about a boy when you are out on a date with her Being called Anna Lea Flirty gurls People who loaf Hall guards and locker combtn atlons Underclassmen lmpolute girls Rude people Gossiping people Gossiping gIrls 7th BI 8th graders Boys that won t dance Gossip N Isy people Combnnation locks on lockers Girls wearing tight skirts Underclassmen Ideal Tall, black hair, and big black eyes. Red heads Any guy between l5 50 about 5'7" tall Tall dark and handsome Tall black curly haur dark eyes and handsome A person that has dark wavy or curly hair Consnderate and well mannered person Man with dark hair and dark eyes Sports car lany krndl Malel 5 8 black hair and nice personality Rook Hudson Tall and good looking Short and freckles 5 9 brown hair brown eyes A nice guy like Bob Wagner Blonds 5 6 wIth blondlsh hour Red heads 6 blond guys 6 l brown hour, ambitious 6 3 dark hour blue eyes 5 3 dark hair and pretty and name Brown Any male who IS wIllIng to do dnshes and housework 5 7 lOO lbs brunette T20 lbs 38 2 Red heads Tall good looking, tall smart Kim Novack A nice looking gurl wnth morey Besettrng Sm t rich a Double Ugly Come wtth me to the Casbar For Heavens Sake Don t lust stand there soy somethIng l ll never tell Corn Oh nol Name It you can have It Yours IS not to question why It lS but to do or due Oh sure l don t know lfl wanted you to know l Bulla Manute You re a Cheekeburger Great Day Heyl Take It easy Don t know do ya? Daddy O Oh, shut up Arn t that a shame Oh well Who knows I give up whot'9 You better believe It They gust went hemorrhage Son of a bIscuIt eater He lt lt I didn t Get lost Oh, blast ntl d have written you a letter on t An unbalanced force IS a force that Isn t balanced A bird In the hand IS worth two In the bush Wrntnng notes to boys Red heads Reckless Druvnng Have you got your chemistry? Chemistry Washing dish towels for the lunchroom Assumptuon and Shelbyvllle Talkmg about Duck Marko Going Steady Hot roddlng Making all A s My steady Boysl Flurtlng Pesterung the gurls Shorthand Trying to get acquainted with out BeIng friendly Buymg cars DatI ng an underclassman Llklng Fords College boys Diamonds a gurl s best friend Girls Teachers Talking Telling lakes Having red hair ce Thnnkunq about Asking questions Lookrng for gurls rtan n boys of town boys ' I I I - I II ' ' ' I - - II II I II ' - I I I I I II ' ' ' . . I I I ll ' T ' I . . . I I. . I I . . . I I. . I . I I II I -1 - ' 5'5'-, ., - 3-37 . O. , , , all, , t ll II . . - II II . . I - , - II . . , . I II . . -I . . I I - - II . , . , . - I. . , I I Il I - II , . II . . I II . . I II . I, . X . . - - I II . . I I II . II . - I I . . I . I ld I .II . ., , - . , . I , .... . . ,, . ' ll I - - II . d- - . - I II . . I .I . . ' ll 1 I I ' ' I Il I N I . . . - II - - Y' la 1 x Mi l,,, N, g:f""N, FW f SA 1 T .gg-M W 5 iiiliilb A-2 Y ' Q I.. 1 .Q ', A S l I 5 V - f 5 f rw'-an Whgii. , - I 1? 'lupzg I ' 'V' Kiasma GWB 5 i fl 'WQWJX 00 0 H - 00000 050047 Q0 QQ Il ll union CIMA ' JUNIOR CLASS ACTIVITIES ' On September l, l955, the Junior Class met with class advi Mr. Burns and Mr. Fedrigon, to select class officers, electing them as follows: President - Dick Armstrong Viceipresident- Val McPeak Secretary-Treasurer - Caren Newman The class chose class rings, which arrived November l5, l955. The Juniors elected Patsy Cole and Val McPeak for Homecomi candidates. The lunior float, with the theme "Race to Victory," won second place. A number of things were done this year to make money for the Junior-Senior Prom. The class sponsored the building of the con- cession stand used at the home football games and had charge of all concessions at home basketball games. The Junior Play, "A Case of Springtime," was given April l3, l956, and the prom, May l2, l956. CLASS OFFICIRS Dick Armstrong, Caren Newman, and Val McPeak Not pictured: Donna Scribner 5 Q , Q 435: T Alan Adamson Larry Adamson Dick Armstrong DGrl0r1G Austin Yvonne Barnes Ruth Ann S: Q.1?"""""' as , if 5 Q ., 'f .0 7' gf 2 ' V, ' K I if " -ihqgff Dale Bilyeu Bob Bohlen Jim Bright Linda Brooks Helen Brown Beverly Bunning I. qv- yx 3 iw I f Q 9' il , gl fa' J j J - 'se frfuw N, A fx -. ' .si , 'gf-H 1 O 19" Q,"-"' V N A , in 1 .' , z X 'Q ' Q J , Q X af 'Q A -' ,,,A N fr 'uiarlgi 'or la f ig , -, W ' , 6 x, 'fill :'w:.7fKl V -A figs 55? in ff H -l , . X' axe .4 5?-' X , 1 Patsy Cole Larry Collins Dorothy Kruse Lawrence Dial Scott Dowell Evans Force X WRX ia 4.-X 5 :gr 9- 43 is 1-'T' ia '3 -51 fy, 1'-ffl J .P .sbt yi J -'54-Q' Xl xi' S W M' ,L X Ray Hays Judy Herman Joyce Hoewing Anita Lambdin Nancy Largen Val McPeclc 1 4 L 1 5+ 1 -5' 5- ,rx , , JS- Ki 53 3, 'Z' s.' fne M 4 'A ' fx: 9 - . y - ui' v 4" Ronnie Myers Coren Newman Donna Odgen Bonnie Porter Tom Pyaff Donnas Rettig Jr 4' M "" ak gi f-5 5 -4 ff- x N3 I Q ' 4' lf! Q50 B ' , -f' Ah, V I , !l X X K - 99 . l X. Belly Rueff Jo Ann Sims Mary Ann Smith Sharon Snyder Leona Srnka ROSS Mofle VOVWC ' a HWY' Y . f VIN 4, 5 y 'YTQ' 38' ,-QQS 4161 3 , V413-il 'M 'hy' P , . if X Wayne Stump Joyce Vincent Shirley Waddell Gayle Wempen Bill Wilcox Larry Woofers .foplomote flu: Ml? X CLASS OFFICERS Audrey Mathias Barbara Bohlen Nancy Brudgman and Harold Dean Sarver Martha Austm Bull Bays ,- 5- if 1 l 9 496 Tl' SOPHOMORE CLASS ACTIVITIES In September the Sophomore Class elected the followung offncers Presudent Harold Sarver Vuce Presndent Nancy Brndgman Secretary Treasurer Audrey Mathnas Reporter Barbara Bohlen Class sponsors were Mr Clark and Mr Seeds On September 26 the class made S32 92 from o paper drnve A wnener roast and scavenger hunt were gnven nn the park on October 8 for the Freshman Class The Sophomore Class entered a float un the Homecommg parade wlth the Are In Our Web The Homecoming Kang and Queen candudote were Nancy Brldgman and Carl Jay theme You Glona Beckman Barbara Bohlen Nancy Brndgman Emuly Bug fi M Y' Raw Q 'tr' ,T ,gf-C... . l :xv -ld A Q 97 . m A X .N : I ! A --'.' 2 J 1 l I I ' .1 Q L D I I ' I , . I . Il ll ' ' ' A ,qs fi ef-we -fe ia. .sas , .- , Dy, - in v, YV r I ' ' Xl K ,r k fungi V, , , 4 Qyy IAQ.: xx V . 'f fx LV gm , gxw i , , AV ,, . ix! J 2: y I LK , I J N! A' , as f"'N Ivon Brooks '75 ,l a Q., Q3 J! Darrell Groven 'graft-'P Roy Luconic 1 '57 37. L W, 1, fi ' .1 0 A 15 'W' X ,lin X Qfflr' 'LM' X Helena Peorson ibn Korl Sflner Q Fw- -s W. V Judy De Clerk x df ,, I " n, A Garry Hunter rs. 'N li .5 ' -Q 5' l 4 Phyllis Mflrfin 17" ilf' N.. A nnc Portw ood ik it Ruth Ann Shner lx sl 3.1, o Marion Duncan '1'K',I 9 xx. ' , If '13 Corl Joy .7 , ,mv If . I 'R 37' L ,. 'if' ' Q A Audrey Mflthios 1- Curoline Sotterthwoite l 61,1 A . ' 3 'Y Jam Whrtseff Q IU' Ruth Ann Federmon Ronnie Gordon 35 QE? Lorraine Jordon Phyllis King - ,yer-l 'l " K' 17 luv , Charles Miller Bill NGWIYWOY1 f, 49 F3 ,, ow, ,"k-ff' .L ,..., t , -1'-as Q l gras 42.13 , V K M I if QQ --v 'T 1 1 if 'mu o , Harold Deon Sorver Gary Sflner ,A Q ff' ' l 1- TI Q57 -ml ll Frank Wooters Evelyn Zandel JRQAAMQH CIMA FRESHMAN CLASS ACTIVITIES A The first meeting of the Freshman Class was held, September I, l955, at which the following officers were elected: President-Donna Wheatley Vice-President - Richard Gregory Secretary-Treasurer - Don Warnick Reporter - Joyce Brooks At the second meeting, September I6, it was unan- imously decided to have a float in the Homecoming Parade. On September 30, themes were suggested for the Home- coming float. "Let's Duck 'Em" was decided upon as the theme. It was also decided to have o scrap drive to get money to build the float. At the fourth meeting, October 5, the class decided to have dues of 5065 a semester or Sl.OO a year. Sandra Dowd and Dean Wise were chosen as king and queen candidates. At the fifth meeting, October 20, plans for the Home- coming float were discussed. fWe later won first prize for the float., At the sixth meeting, which was held on January 27, CLASS OFFKIRS I956, plans were made for a skating party for the Sophomore Donna Wheatley, Richard Gregory, and Class' Don Warni ck I-av Us 'F' 'lb 'J 'f 255: me I 5 rr' , X Brenda Alverson Aubrey Barnes Merle Bolt Joyce Brooks Mary Ann Clipston Rollond Coffey Not Pictured: in-9 Betty Pew 'sf-'ef :if f 'Sf 3' tg , -6 is Lena Hartman .V - ' . I, ' 'I 5 I I 7 g ferry 1, ,f,,x-.Y is 5 1" gg E "-"aw 4 X we , . , fer f' S. is zz ,I ' .fn W , X X .rw 0 f . . f A 1- -its 1 ' I' - L 5 i 'i I Own can Larry Cglg John Denton Sandra Dowd Willard Dowel' if 'W ,V-A ,,., ,.-. can is i 0 is V? 1.5.5 ,' Gly, in up vvfa' nm,- R 7 57" X In kr i 3 ' L ' x . iff-far? ' ,, Y sf it N ff' ,Q . I 1 Nancy Elam Norman Ellison Dora Francisco Sharon Eversole Virginia Gilbert -5? 3: 20- E' Iwi!! I , my 'is' rw- ff- 3-'Tv 'X' I , iv: K S f-xxx V 'llr ni . 5 Richard Gregory F 363' Larry Hight Christine Hooper Valerie Huffman Ronnie Jackson Barbara Jordan Elenor Jordan M5 ,i 1 'wp Qu i , .snx B445 iw at v-up-mf, I qv-Q 4' 1- AO!!! 'np- . Charles Kemper i n'f Z. Howard Sarver all 6 Margaret Titus i U ui 1. Gerry Madeker Sharon Miller Roger Parks , QQ nv is - 5' av" ,!"' Pauline Pokovitdn Joe Porter sua ii. ij 3:55 Junior Scribner Charlene Sims Robert Stallings Robert Stiner Sharon Tilton Si fl . gg 2 gl an 9 - 5 5, I as 2 it O-.k -- W, 5' Q" Fu. 'Wh X p Sandra Tolly Don Wcrnick Donna Wheatley Dean Wise Linda Wooters OO - ooo Q0 00 QQQOQ 0 QQ ll ll The Band S Left to Rlght Front Row Glea Wnndels Joyce DeWutt, Don Sanner Gertrude Puerce Mary Ann Cllpston John O Dell Ruth Ann DeWutt, Joyce Second Row Carlene Jacobs, Pat Stnner, Evelyn Zundel, Martha Austnn Janet Stump, Bob Asknns, Vrrgunua Bohlen Tom Pyatt, Jam Ruot Thnrd Row Janet Baker Esther Hoewung Gary Fathaeur Darrell Graven John Bohlen Sue Eckhardt Sharon Muller Beverly Smock Marlon Duncan Annta Lambdln Fourth Row Aubrey Barnes Lyle Rose Bob Adams Alan Pnpes Wayne Stump Tom Spaldrng, Bob Bohlen, Drck Armstrong Tom Humphrey Lmda Wooters Alan Adamson Fnfth Row Norman Ellnson Carolyn Satterthwaute Ronnue Myers Caren Newman Chuck Muller Mark Pustoruous Frank Wooters Bull Wilcox LvnnleW1ndels BA ND ln the fall Bandsman Johnny and the enture band enloyed a new set of drums whuch were played by voluntary members ofthe band Johnny wrth the pep band played an half tnme shows at football games and basketball games Bemg a better bandsman, Johnny was chosen as a member of the Bu County Band The Festuvr-l was held at Moweaqua, January 30, and Johnny was proud to be on some of the student com mlttees whuch organuzed the event Johnny having passed has skull tests un band had the apportunuty to be un the lolnt concert wnth Assumptnon held here Later, he lourneyed to Assumptlon For a return concert ln the sprung, Johnny, along wnth other solorsts and ensembles, went to contests where he competed agaunst other schools X f. f,. .vt f gb- 4 . 1 A - 5 , . A , X. :I ,xt 52 I 3 l I I I I . , . I I Hoewlng, Mr. Houts. 5 I I : I I I I I I I I , . : I I I I I - I I I ' 5 1 I 1 I I I I , . ' I 1 ' . r I l - D 50,14 gmmaiw WOODWIND QUINTET Ruth Ann DeWitt, Joyce DeWitt, Evelyn Zindel Sue Eckhart and Joyce Brooks. BRASS SEXTET Caren Newman, Ronald Myers, Mark Pisforus, John Bohlen, Tom Humprey and Bob Bolfxlen. SAX QUARTET Alon Adamson, Beverly Smock, Janet Stump and Bob Aslcins. MIXED CLARINET QUARTET Glea Windels Donald Sanner Anita Lambdin and Tom Pyaff fylsbcecf Cfrofuw ff ll 7 iff I - A 9 7 '- ' First Row Mlss McMullen Anna Portwood Loralne Jordan Helen Brown Joyce Hoewlng Margaret Tntus Sharon Eversole Dora Francnsco Valena Huffman Brenda Alverson Bonme Potter Rose Mane Stanger Donna Scrubner Sharon Snyder Second Row Donna Wheatley Jo Ann Sams Joyce DeWstt Barbara Bohlen Sally Sanner Audrey Mathuas Barbara Jordan Pat Jordan Ch nstme Hooper Gerru Hardm Donna Ogden Anna Jordan Thlrd Row Lindo Wooters Dorothy Kruse Sandra Tolly Lena Hartman Marlon Duncan Duck Armstrong Alan Adamson Norman Ellison Pauline Pekovltch Mary Ann Clupston Judy Bulkley Charlene Sums Fourth Row Lorene Ruot Caren Newn'-an Phyllns Kung Bull Wilcox Rlchard Gregory Rolland Coffey Emil lsken Tom Humphrey Beverly Smack Amta Lambdm Barbara Cole Not Pictured Mary Coffey Joyce Brooks Larry Adamson Tom Pyatt CHORUS The maxed chorus of 52 members met each Tuesday and Thursday morning We sang muslc from ROCK A MY SOUL to EVENING PRAYER to YOU LL NEVER WALK ALONE Offacers were Presndent Tom Humphrey V1 ce Presuclent Caren Newman Secretary Treasurer Audrey Mathsas Dnrector Mass McMullen A number of chorus members partrclpated In the community chorus which sang THE HOLY CITY Sharon Snyder accompanned for thus ocoasnon The chorus sangat the Thanksgwnng Umon Serve ce at the Methodlst Church, and at the Christmas program Both the gurls chorus and mnxed chorus went to the dnstrnct contest IH Aprll The chorus appeared for the fnrst tume un thenr new robes at the annual concert whnch was held an the sprung T : T l I ' I I I T I I T I I I I I I ' I . I ' 2 , ' , , , , T I I I . T I T I I , . 3 U 1 1 I 1 l 1 1 1 I 1 . . 1 1 1 ' - : I ' I . . I . . I . I I I I I I T ' I ' 5 1 1 1 ' . . . . - ' . - . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . , . . . - - , . . . . . . - - Vocal frwemolu f1'll'K I QSM GIIYNII ' 'N sr gi x X 2 il s f ,. , A A 2 'H Sextet: Lett to Right: Sharon Snyder, Donna Wheatley, Joyoe DeWitt, Beverly Smoclc, Audrey Mctlwias, Sally Sclnner, and Helen Brown. Girls' Trio: Joyce DeWitt, Boys' Quartet: Tom Pyatf, Tom Humphrey, Joyce Hoewing, and Martha Austin. Dick Armstrona, and Alan Adamson. 4 W 1 l Q . I' R 'K SV xgxynq ' K . . . - l , ll , l .- . l 'El ls fl 9 - flll . I . 1 , . IJ , f : ' 1 l 'J l l " A l I l , llll 'A A i , fylajlofzeiien it M ' L, f,,.5lDiWf--'YF' '!5Wl""',"I"'f - -4 ' 's Sfif' """'9e.i i .M ' smug Starting left clockwise: Rose Marie Stanger, Bonnie Potter, Sandra Dowd, Judy Bulkley, Phyllis King, Patsy Cole, Linda Wooters, Barbara Jordan, Donnas Rettia. Linda Brooks. The Maiorettes performed for a number ofthe basketball and football games this year. They also marched with the band in a Homecoming parade at Normal. This was the first year for the twirlin cor s This bein their first ear the are to 9 P - 9 Y 1 Y be commended For the work they have clone. 2 yy gfzfz Foreground Phyllrs Kung First Row Ruth Ann Federman Ruth Ann Shner Second Row Martha Austm Carolane Satterthwarte Barbara Bohlen Lorame Jordan Donnas Rettug Sylvua Reatherford Thnrd Row Mass Noren Amta Lambdm Evelyn Zmdel Barbara Cole Yvonne Barnes, Emily Bright Patsy Cole Julia Cole Gem Hardln Donna Ogden Betty Bea Top Row Lrnda Brooks Pat Jordan Joyce Hoewung Bonnie Potter GIRLS ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION G A A officers for l955 56 were Presndent Barbara Cole Vlae Presldent Lorraine Jordan Secretary Treasurer Joyce Hoewung Hlstorlan Sylvia Reatherford The purpose of the club was to provude more athletucs than gurls could have In P E classes The gurls met one mght a week Some of the actrvrhes were basketball archery, soccer, table tenms, tumblnng, softball, and bcdmunton Awards were grven to those who earned poants for extra achvuty Socnal highlights of the club Included a slumber party bowllng, swlmmrng, and skating Fnnancnal prolects were sellnng megaphones, homecoming puns, doughnuts, and hot chocolate, and havung a paper drnve 39 fl l,AlfLCZ!L1.ClfZfd nv' Furst Row Mass Bunton Karen Kemper Juduth Waltz Glea Wundels Elenor Jordan Donus Collier, Esther Hoewcng Second Row Merle Bolt Pat Shner Leona Srnka Janet Coffey Wnlma Howse Sharon Maller Beverly Badman Howard Sarver Thrrd Row Lucllle Dickerson Emll lsken Patsy Cole, Bob Bohlen Leo Ann Jesse Paul Dobson Sue Eckhordt Larry Adamson Mary Coffey Sharon Stmer LIBRARY STAFF The Moweaqua Hugh School can rlghtfully be proud of nts lrbrary which serves more than three hundred people The llbrary consists of 2379 volumes of books, 35 maga zanes, 450 fulmstrlps, and a good supply of audro vrsual and equrpment The lnbrary has 544 pamphlet excerpts from the National Geographic magazme and a good collectron of clippings The average carculatuon of books and magazrnes per month rn l955 T956 was 4991, and the audio visual aid equipment had an average cnrculatuon of 40. The library staff was commended for the exoeptsonally good service rendered in 1955 56. 40 0 s - I' A " 44 . , ey 'F D5 i , . - . , ' . ' ... .. . 'A' -' tmp - lr Q -an ,J ., Q Y A Q '. 'mr .1 , , I . 1 . 5 f 1 I 5. W ' ' ca Q u,-d, A Q U U l 'A It 7 I I I I I : I I I I I 1 I ' 3 r 1 r I r ' 1 I ' . . . . . O .. . . . . . . . . . . . , pow Wow .Tia gl Nur-1-ew Furst Row Anuta Lambdm Duck Tolly Beverly Smock Sylvla Reatherford Rene Ruot Betty Beal Gem Hardm Judy Bulkley Mr Clark Second Row Duck Graven Paul Dobson Helen Brown Sharon Snyder Sally Sanner Judy Herman Joyce Vmcent Joyce Hoewung Donna Ogden Bonme Potter Donnas Rettlg Thurd Row Dams Colluer Sue Eckhardt Patsy Cole Barbara Bohlen Anna Jordan Alan Adamson Tom Humphrey Tom att Rose Marne Stanger Julna Cole Pat Jordan Fourth Row Jacqulee Crawford JoAnn Sums Dorothy Kruse Lnnda Brooks Phyllns Kung Mary Ann Smnth Leona 'rnka Joyce DeWutt Barbara Cole POW WOW The Pow Wow whuch was under the supervuslon of Mr Clark was publnshed every two weeks There were more than ll5 subscribers The officers were Edntor Judy Bulkley Asslstant Editor Annta Lambdm Busmess Manager Doms Collner QM i g N tm-,i X IQ. All, LIIHJJ Am z' ,n W? x . 7 f 5.4 I, ,Y 4, is +V. .. "I Q, J ,- Y ' 1 f wig'-.r , X T I S fr- W 'Q 'f"'K4 0 A 1 R - 3 l l 1 Q 1 1 ' 1 1 1 l 1 1 ' - ' 3 l 1 1 1 1 1 I I ' I I . : I . 1 1 1 . 1 ' 1 1 1 PY 1 . 1 .1 . - 7 1 1 1 1 1 I 1 -' 1 l 1 ' l 4. i ,Q , L X 4 ?d' I Xlefy , a ' tfh 5 N, 5 53 . 0 , , " f fe J - ,f B gf s r, 5 .. . .7 f ' A , If III 3, y 4 W 1' 4' N 'i I' . amoza Club Fnrst Row Larry Workman Doms Collner Rose Marne Stanger Sue Eckhardt Mr Clark Second Row Mr Kmght Harold Dean Sarver Marlon Duncan Roger Parks Larry Hlght Thurd Row Paul Dobson Frank Wooters Ronme Garden The Camera Club was orgamzed wnth Mr Clark as sponsor The members learned to develop and prunt thexr own pictures They also learned how to take plctures by artlflcral laght Members from out of school helped brnng the total number of members to fourteen The offucers were Larry Workma n President Doms Collner Vnce Presrclent Rose Marne Stanger Secretary Treasurer Sue Eckhardt Reporter 42 5 r 1 1 I ' ' 5 - I I I 1 ' : I I ' . . . . . . . . - 0 I I D I 1 l I Q . . . . 3314 u-out J Furst Row M Knught Ruchard Zundel Larry Smuth Leland Mathias Ruchard Graven Duck Tolly Phul Bohlen Second Row Darrell Graven Don Warnuck DeanWuse Joe Porter Larry Hught Roger Parks Maruon Duncan Norman Elluson Thurd Row John Marko Gary Trulock Tom att Rolland Coffey Richard Gregory Val McPeak Larry Wooters Lawrence Dual Fourth Row Joe Wulluamson Bob Bohlen Larry Collins Larry Cole Dale Bulyeu Chuck Muller Bob Muller Not Pictured: Charles Kemper. The Moweaqua Chapter of F F A had a very successful year under the leadership of the following officers: President - Leland Mathias Vice-President - Duck Tolly Secretary - Larry Smith Treasurer - Richard Zindel Reporter - Richard Graven Sentinel - Phil Bohlen On September I6, l955, ten Greenhands and three Chapter Farmers were initiated into the chapter. The officers and Mr. Knight attended officers' training school and banquet at Assumption Phil Bohlen, Bob Miller Richard Zindel Dick Tolly Richard Graven and Mr. Knight attended the National Convention in Kansas City. The chapter was represented at Section Nineteen Land Judging Contest by Larry Smith, Larry Wooters, John Marlp, Tommy Pyatt, and Richard Graven. The team placed seventh, and Larry Smith placed eighth as an individual. The Moweaqua Chapter acted as host to 20 schools at the Sectional Grain Show. Eighteen Moweaqua members exhibited. The Rotary Corn Show was held in the agriculture shop on November IO, l955. The first place in each class was: Yield - Robert Bohlen One gallon shelled corn - Leland Mathias. Ten ear sample - Richard Zindel 3. H. 14. .. L - ' I-lrst Row Lorraine Jordan Joyce DeWltt Barbara Bohlen Donnas Rettlg Ruth Ann Beckman Anna Jordan Judy Herman Joyce Hoewtng Audrey Mathras Evelyn Zlndel Pat Jordan Second Row Helen Brown Caroline Satterthwarte Emily Bright Glorna Beckman Sandra Dowd Margaret Tntus Sharon Eversole Leona Srnke Dorothy Kruse Brenda Alverson Joyce Vrncent Mass Bower Thxrd Row Sharon Muller Donna Wheatly Barbara Jordan Shirley Waddell Beverly Bunnmg Rene Ruot Martha Austrn Jo Ann Sums Caren Newman Dora Franclsco Charlene Sums Fourth Row Yvonne Barnes Lena Hartman Ruth Ann Federman Beverly Smock Mary Ann Smrth Elerlor Jordan Sharon Snyder Chrnstune Hooper Mary Ann Cllpstan Not Pvctured Mary Coffey Joyce Brooks F H A OFFICERS 1955 56 Presudent Anna Jordan Membershup Ch Beverly Smock Secretary Judy Herman Program Ch Joyce Vmcent Treasurer Donnas Rettug Welfare Ch Evelyn Zmdel Parlnamentarnan Lorraxne Jordan Chapter Mother Mrs E Mathuas Hrstorran Joyce DeWitt Chapter Mother Mrs Sam Rettug Publrc Relatnons Ch Joyce Hoewmg Chapter Father Mr H R Herman Protects Ch Audrey Mathias Asst Ch Father Mr H Federman Recreatnon Ch Barbara Bohlen Advrsor Mass Bower The club consisted of forty four members The gurls had monthly protects, some ofwhnch were P T A baby snttrng and hosprtal favors Some of the money maknng prolects were pnckrng up corn Hobo Day, coat check at games chnln supper, and a paper druve The members observed Natronal F H A Week had monthly busuness meetnngs Daddy Date Nute and a Mother and Daughter Banquet sent a Care package at Chrrstmas, sponsored the Sweetheart Dance and went on a trup nn the sprung . : . I . I I , I I I I . I . I . I : I . . I . . I . I ' . l. I I I I ' , . . : . I I I , I u I I . I . I I , I , g I , , I I ' I i I I . . I . I . , . O 0. 0 1 Vice President - Ruthanne Beckman Degree Ch. - Pat Jordan . ' . U - . . I . . - . . . . I I . . . I . i . ' I . . I . V, F . Spanwfr Clad First Row Miss Bunton Doms Collier Sue Eckhardt Mary Coffey C-:lea Kay Wrndels Leona Srnka Second Row Larry Smith Tommy att Bob Bohlen Paul Dobson Frank Wooters LOS AMIGOS Smce the Spanish Club was organized in l953, there have been some very enlightening Spanish speaking friends The following people of the 1956 graduating class are charter members of Los Amigos Sue Eckhorclt Glea Kay Wnndels, Doms Collier, Mary Coffey Jackie Crawford Gem Hardin Paul Dobson, and Tom Humphrey The present officers are Paul Dobson, president Bob Bohlen, vice president, Frank ooters, secretary treasurer Tommy Pyatt, reporter, Miss Martha Bunton sponsor 45 . z . I . . I I I : ' I PY I I I ' and entertaining programs, and Spanish students have developed a broader understanding of our I . . . I . , . . I . z . I . - . . W - 5 ' ' , . 0000 050 00 i QQ O 0 0 ll ll .S-gud uxmzv woorens TOM HUMPHREY EMIL ISKEN GARY TRULOCK End Guard Haffback Guard lARRY COLLINS ALAN ADAMSON DICK ARMSTRONG End HoIFoack Quarterback '1 FOOTBALL BOYS Front Row fLeft to rnghtj Dean Wuse Wayne Stump Val McPeak Alan Adamson Richard Graven Gary Trulock Ray Hays Second Row Bull Newman Bull Wllcox Larry Wooters Duck Tolly Rncharcl Zundell Emnl Isken Tom Humphrey Scott Dowell Duck Armstrong Thlrd Row lCoach Harold Andersonj Norman Ellnson Bob Bohlen Chuck Muller Larry Collins Darrel Graven Rolland Coffey Richard Gregory Charles Kemper Prnncupal Mr Corby Moweaqua Egonenfs Arthur Lovlngton Bethany St Elmo Mt Zion Maroc llllopolus Assumptl on Totals 50 FOOTBALL scones 0 " 7 I3 " 6 ' I3 ' I2 I4 " 7 . 7 . 7 . . 6 " 6 I3 .. I9 . . 6 .. L . 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