Moweaqua High School - Arrowhead Yearbook (Moweaqua, IL)

 - Class of 1957

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Camp 2 Wayne Douglas otump "Stumpsky" 'll don't care for girls, but even Niagara Falls. " Football 1, 2 , 3,4 Track l,2,3,4 Baseball 2 , .3 , 4 Basketball 1 , 2 , .3 , 4 Band 2, 3, 4 Band Officer 2 Class President 2 Student Council 2 Junior Play Homecoming King Can. 2 Arrowhead Co-Editor 4 lielen Louise Brown "Brownie" "Daintiness adds to leveli- ness." F.ll.A. 1,2 3,4 Chorus 1,2 3,4 Pow Wow 2 , 3 , 4 Arrowhead Stall' 4 Business Manager Sextet lj, 4 Pep Club 2 , 3 District Contest 3, 4 Vocal Solo-District Con. 3 .lzxmes Dean Bright "Horse" "If you want il wise man, look at me." Basketball ' , Il, 1 Joyce lilaine Vincent "She has a heart, for two or three have found it. " Chorus 1 F.H.A. 1,2,3 F. ll. A. Officer 1,2 Librarian Pow Wow 2 , 3 Arrowhead Staif Pep Club Pep Club Officer Sweetheart Attendant2 , Il Cheerleader 1 , 2 , 23 Student Council 1 Student Council Off. 1 Scott Dowell "SCotty" "I'd just as soon be here as not. " Football 1-2 -3-4 Baseball 2-Il-4 Basketball' 'E E ,. I ,Ji L 4 ,, I ,I ,Y 3 if .4.- 531. 4 5 i , 1 Kp Z 3-.S at H, x IQ, Ray E. Hays 'Bud" 'A faint heart never won a fair lady. " Football 1,2, 3,4 Basketball 1,2,3,4 Track 2, 4 Baseball 4 Caren Elizabeth Newman "Caren" "Wonder why Iwatch himl' Band Officer 3,4 Band 1,2,3,4 Band Ensemble 1,2 .3, 4 Bi-County Festival 2 Girls' Sextet 2 Class Officer 1, 3 Library Club Secretary 2 Pep Club 2 Girls' State 3 Queen Candidate 2 Pow Wow Staff 4 Junior Play 3 F.H.A. 1,2,3,4 F. H. A. Officer 4 Chorus 1 , 2 , 3 Arrowhead Staff Solo 2 William W. G. Wilcox "Willie" "He seems busier than he really is." Football 1 , 2 , 3 Baseball 2,3,4 Track 3 Band 2, 3, 4 Chorus 1,2,3,-1 Student Council 1 'l'ri -County 4 Leona Ann Srnka "Leona" "A mischievous but lovable nuisance. " Chorus 1 Pow Wow 2, 3,4 Business Manager 4 F. H. A. 1 , 2 , 3 Librarian 2, 3 , 4 Librarian Club 3,4 President 4 Pep Club 2 Richard K. Armstrong "Dick" if "A lion among the ladies. ' Football 1,2,3,-l Co-Captain 3 Basketball 1,2,2,4 Track l,2,i-2,4 Baseball 4 Band 1 , 2 , fl, 4 Band Committee 1,2,3,4 Chorus 2 , 3 Class Vice-President 1 Class President 3 Student Council 2 Boys' State Delegate 4 Junior Play Arrowhead Staff 4 Boys' Quartet 3 Brass Quartet 2, 3 King Candidate 1 Donna Louise Scribner "Scrib" "Here's to a girl with a heart and smile who makes the bubble of life worth- while. " Chorus 1, 2 , 3 Pep Club 2,3 Pow Wow 4 if 47' 6' hav' 6 . I 4' 1 "BLU 'X..vxf ..1:f3f,. mlm "lim Alf 1U1'ml1w1" ,L 11. ,' mm ,1ml"1"1. rhfyywx .L Burk: limi: l.ll. X. 1.1. ,L lwwthill A I'Qp4flL1lJ 3 81151411111 f Xrzmwhp-,ul Stull! 4 'I'1'1u-ls 2 .-. F. I. X. 1.3, I. ,Xlun Duguu- XKILIIIIAHII Shzuwn Ii.1x Nami- z 'uw "'I'h4-x'gUw'i1ri, simply wild over me. " lfcmtbgill 1,Z,3.-L Co-Captain 4 Buskvtball l,Z.LS,-1 Track l,2,4 Bascbzlll 4 Band l,2,3,4 Prvsidcnl 31,4 Sax QL111rt1,-I l,2.32 Buys' 42lllll't1'1 Si Vlmrus 2,25 'I'1'i-Vuunly l,2,Ci,4 .X1'r'w.vln-Qui Sufi' Pow XX'-mv SMH l ,3,21.-1 Stud:-nl f'w11nf'1l 3 Clusf Ollie-mfr' 1 .Iuniwr Play Boys' Sum- Dclcgatc 4 Donnas J .mv Rc-mg "Dormic" "Did he say giuything about mmf?" llmm-1-wrnirmgLguvuu Czm. 1 -Q I".Il.,X. Z,3,4 I-.1l. x. Ul'I'im-x' :,:s,.1 Pup Club 2 fqhklfllbl J Q'l2lS5UlkI1l'l'I' HJ Nlrxjmwtu 52,4 41. X. .X. 11 IHJVV Nfnrw fi.-1 x'SIX'."1l'I'H "SMU Wlllvl' rmxx 41-wp I'.ll..X. A,-..1. Clwrus Phulisl Liblxariun Pow Wow' Class Olficvr Arrovvhcad Staff Co -Fd itur ,Xccrwnupalnist fm' l Sv X101 Pep Club Stuck-nl Cuunvil L1iI'I'Y .XGLHI1 SOD "IInp" "I'.x'1Q1 gut what they nsfxfnl' Buslu-tlmll W, f fy f aw GL IA If .1 ,ir f .."..'!' Bonnie Ima- Potter "Bonnie" "A preaeher's daughter, but, 0 My! I 1" Pow Wow 2,114 Chorus 1, 2. 3 F. H. A. 1 G.A.A. 1,52 lllajorette 3, 1 Arrowhead Staif 4 Junior Play 3 Pep Club 2 Thomas E. Pyatt llTOmlY "Beware of Women's Smiles. " 1".F.A. l,2,3,4 State F. F. A. Band 3 National F. F. A. Band 4 F. F. A. Land Jud. Team 3 F. F. A. Poultry Jud. 3,4 Team. Band 1 , 2 , 3 , 4 Band Committee 3, 4 Tri -County Band 2,3,4 Festival Instrumental Solos District 2,3,4 State 3, 4 Mixed Clarinet Quartet District 1,2,3 State 2 , 3 Chorus 2 'Vocal Solo Contest District 3 , 4 State 3 Mens' Quartet 3 , 4 Spanish Club President 3 Basketball 2 Pow Wow Staff 3, 4 Annual Staff 4 Rose Marie Stanger "Rosie" "Trust her notg she is only fooling thee. " Chorus 1 , 2 , 3 F. H. A. 1 Annual Staff 4 Pow Wow 3 , 4 Student Director of 3 Junior Play Pep Club 1 Librarian 2 Camera Club 3 Secretary and Treasurer Majorette 3 , 4 Ronald Myers ffff W' "Ronnie" "1 hope the school will prosper without me. " 'A 4 Band 1 2 l 3 ' WA... Cornet Trio Brass Sextet Joyce Elaine Hoewing vvJOyCen "I might do something timental yet. " Chorus l Band 1,2 G.A. A. 1 F.H.A. 1,2 Band Officer District Contest Vocal Solo 1 , 2 Sextet Pow Wow l , 2 Librarian Class Officer Arrowhead Staff Junior Play Tri-County Band Homecoming Queen Can Pep Club Gale Wempen vvwemlllv "I can because I can. Lawrence Dial "Lawrence" "No girl has ever entered his head." Anita Faye Lambdin "Nita Faye" "I'll take what comes." Class Officer F.F.A. 1,2,3,4 Band 1,2,3 Mixed Clarinet 1 , 2, 3 Quartet All State Band Ba.nd Committee 1,2 Band Solo a.nd Ensemble District and State Contest 2 Tri-County Band 1 , 2 G. A. A. 1 Macon Music Contest Pow Wow 1 , 2, 3 Assistant Editor Editor F. H. A. 1,2 Officer Librarian Chorus 1 Girls' Ensemble Junior Play Arrowhead Evans Force fnot picturedj "Bashfulness is bound to vanish. " Football 4 Baseball 2 Val Gene McPeak Daniel Morris Cleveland "Orville" "Boone" "Barking dogs never bite, "Not as meek as he looks " but be careful of the quiet ones. " Basketball 1,2,3 Baseball 1,2,3 F.F.A. 1,2,3,4 F.F.A. 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Ruth Ann HCURIIIJIH, Hciun Brfwvn, Sharon Sm'r1ur', ,Klan umling: Gala' XYL-mpn-n, Huy Hays, liwunic MW-rs, 1.:u'r'y Mignxmm, n , ' ' ' 4 H ' , 4 - ., v , , wx ' ' if , ' k I "1 ff? ,Ln f Vx f. li' ' IL inf 'ni x--" J Y 4 2 , fx ' 'iff K7 WUIVZJWXJ ' " Q' 5' r ,K 5 ' ' fwfffz. -1 .f - 'ff I 0272121 C7 - Q X -' V 4 ' ,f,,0f'f7L7 ' ',. ,, , V - , I My ,I , Z4 1 ' Iii- 5 1 D . . -' ' Q : ' I 0 1 LI- '. K Ns K 1, ' 'JL I ' ' P V: xv I 'Q 5. l . .Jw hr QAf1,... , 7'A "ff" S142 'S' '7 4, g 6 . , fl ' Q' ' ' J i, ' 1 i fa .f .' 5. .- A , ' v' ., .. . '. .zz .4-nf! .v . . . Senior Officers :ind Advisors min 6145.4 flliuozq In September, 1953, fifty freshmen entered Moweaqua High School. Upperclassmen welcomed them with a cake-coloring and cold cream initiation. With Miss Bunton as advisor, the first class meeting was held on September 18, and the follow- ing officers were elected: President. . . ....... .... C aren Newman Vice-President ....... .... D ick Armstrong Secretary-Treasurer .... .... J udy Herman Reporter ............. . ..... ..... . . ...... Anita Lambdin Student Council ........................................ Joyce Vincent, Bill Wilcox In late September the sophomores entertained the freshmen with a hayride. The class entered a float, "Pirates and Indians", in the Homecoming Parade. The Homecoming King and Queen candidates were Donnas Rettig and Dick Armstrong. On September 16, 1954, forty-five sophomores met and elected the following officers: President.......... .... . ...... ........ ......WayneStump Vice-President ....... . . Donnas Rettig Secretary-Treasurer. . . . . . Joyce Hoewing Reporter ........... . . . Ruth Ann Beckman Student Council .... . . Sharon Snyder, Joyce Vincent Alan Adamson, Dick Armstrong Wayne Stump On October 27, the class gave the freshmen a Halloween party, with everyone dressed as a' ghost The class entered the float, "We'll Whip Assumption", in the Homecoming Parade. The Home- coming King and Queen candidates were Caren Newman and Wayne Stump. On September 1, 1955, the junior class met with class advisors, Mr. Burns and Mr. Fedrigon, to elect the following officers: President ............... . . Dick Armstrong Vice-President ....... .... V al McPeak Secretary-Treasurer ................................... Caren Newman Reporter ............................................. Sharon Snyder The class chose class rings, which arrived November 16, 1955. Thejuniors elected Patsy Cole and Val McPeak for Homecoming candidates. The junior float, with the theme "Race to Victory", won second place. The junior play, "A Case of Springtime", was given April 13, 1956. On May 12, 1956, the jimior class gave the annual Junior-Senior Banquet and Prom. The theme was "Evening in Paris". On the first day as seniors, the class met with their advisors, Mr. Burns and Mr. Fedrigon, to elect the following officers: President.............. ..Va1McPeak Vice-President. . . . . . . . . Donnas Rettig Secretary-Treasurer. . . . . . Sharon Snyder Reporter ....... . . . ......... ......... . ................. J oyce Hoewing November 3 the class sponsored the annual Homecoming Dance with the theme "Autumn LeaVes". The candidates for king and queen were Joyce Hoewing and Ronnie Myers. On April 5, 1957, the senior class presented the play, "Strictly Formal". The seniors chose as their colors, red and white, with red roses as their flower, and "United we stand, divided we fal1" as their motto. Baccalaureate was scheduled for May 26, and Commencement Exercises for May 28. amor glass Wzll We the senior class of 1957 being of sound mind and body do hereby make our last will and testament To the junior class we leave our sophistication To the sophomores we leave our success in accumulating funds for extra curricular activity To the freshmen we leave our stam ina and endurance to stick with it As 1nd1v1duals we will the following I Alan Adamson will my ability to walk a straight line even though bow legged to Crazy Leggs Herk Gorden Dick Armstrong w1ll Flvin Hamlin a palr of sheep shears so he can cut off his lovely locks Yvonne Barnes will my athletic ab1l1lty to Valerie Huffman Ruth Ann Beckman will my long hair to Suellen Kranz Dale Bilyeu will my ability to know that Ford cars are best to all those Chevy lovers Bob Bohlen w1ll my ability to make good grades to Mark Pistorious Jim Bright will my dark complexion to Harold Force Helen Brown will my ability to go steady to Nancy Bridgman Dan Cleveland will my long ha1r to Mike Lockart Scott Dowell will my baldness to Elvis Ray Hays will my ability to play football to Jon Odell Judy Herman will my cheerleading position to Donna Wheatley Anita Lambdin will my petite figure to Caroline Satterthwaite Val McPeak will my ability to get out of study hall without getting caught to Dean Wise Ronald Myers will my ability to 'bone up' to any poor person who takes bookkeeping Bonnie Potter will my ability to work every Saturday night to Sharon Tilton Tom Pyatt w1ll my ability to get along with Doc HOLHS t0 Allan P11963 Donnas Rettig will my neatness to Sandra Reulecke Donna Scribner will my ability to type to anyone who wants to always be asked to type things for teachers I Sharon Snyder will my ability to play the piano to Phyllis King I Rosie Stanger will my likeness to draw pictures on Pow Wow stencils to Nancy Stone Wayne Stump being the selfish and conceited snob that I am do not will anything to anyone I need it more than anyone I can think of Joyce Vincent will my ability to be a cheerleader four years straight to Joyce Brooks I Shirley Waddell will my ab1l1ty to attend school at least once a week to Sharon Harmon I Gale Wempen will my short hair to Merle Bolt Larry Wooters will my ability to get "most reckless driver in the popularity poll to Chuck Miller I Joyce Hoewing w1ll my naturally blond hair to Ronnie Gorden I Mary Ann Smith will my hei ht to Fsther Hoewmg I Leona Srnka will my pleasant personality and ability to get along with anyone to Sharon Eversole I Bill Wilcox will my ability to play the drums to Bob Eskew I Lawrence Dial will my ability to type to Don Warnick I Larry Adamson will my ab1l1ty to sleep in first hour study hall to anyone who stays out late e night before Larry Collins will my basketball ability to Junior Scribner I Fvans Force will my ability to miss school and get by with it to Howard Sarver Q I 3 H S 7 I, . , . 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Z a A 1 H -N g 'f,..v-1' f f Q X Z' ff' 4' , 5 Mon than Q TMQECW X QD V Q Undergvads First Row: Fmily Bright, Audrey Mathias, Nancy Bridginan, and Mr. Anderson. Second Row: Mr. Seeds and Frank Wootz-rs. uniot elau The first day of school, the junior class met with class advisors, Mr. Seeds and Mr. Ander- son, to select class officers. The following officers were elected: President ........ . . . Audrey Mathias Vice-President ....... . . . Nancy Bridgman Secretary-Treasurer. . . . . . Emily Bright Reporter ............ . . . Frank Wooters This same day, the class ordered class rings. They arrived on November 1, 1956. Nancy Stone and Ray Luconic were elected as Homecoming candidates. The theme of the junior float was "Flying to Victory". A number of projects were carried out during the year to raise money for the Junior-Senior Prom, the chief of these being the concession stands at football and basketball games. The junior play, "Who Killed Aunt Caroline", on November 16, 1956, was a big success. The Junior-Senior Prom was held on April 27, 1957. The band was that of Ben Bradley consist- ing of 11 pieces and a vocalist. 28 ,M " rw 'twfi 'F " :B ,ij fi ' in 1,1 'Q' 1. . 1 Wav 1. Martha Xust1r' B111 Bayes nw r Zyl! Judy DeC1erk Mar1on Dunuan Garey Hunter Lorrame Jordan A-bv B111 Newman Halena Pearson YY , 4 1 G10r1a Beckman Bal bara Bohlen Fifi? Ruth Ann Federm Ronme Gordan wmv Phx 111s Kmg Ray Lueorue AW' 11 J if 5 1, 1 .54 f 19 Nqncy Lsrulgcmdn 1'm11y Br1ght Af? 4' ff 11" Darrell Graven Lo1s Harbarger Xudrey Nlathl Charles M111er flnd Portwwf Larolyn SatLe,1sw 1111 11v1r111d 11 su w 1x 1r 5111111 Ruth Xnn S n 1 1L1111 fmdml N may 5111111 11111 1111115111 111 X PI K 1 Y I - 11 1 1 X A ff. V 1,57 I, - Q f V 3 , ' A ' ' Z1 Afl' I ' M 1 -11 A mf' L., , A I ' A ' . ' . t , ' 1 1 .4 ' K ' , , if A I rv 91. 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' ' '- 1912 k V1 111-rs f Seated Chr1st1ne Hooper Rlohard Gregory Sandra Dowd Standlng NIISS Noren Donna Wheatley Mr Houts .foplomote 6145.4 ln September the sophomore class elected the followmg off1eers R1chard Gregory Chrlstlne Hooper Sandra Dowd Donna Wheatley Mr Houts NIISS Noren Durmg October the sophomore class gave a Backwards Party for the freshman class d were ntered a float ln the Homecommg Parade Rlehard Gregory and Elenor Jor an Pres1dent V106 Presldent Secretary Treasurer Reporter Sponsors The class e chosen Kmg and Queen of Homecomlng M,-ls. 'WQVGN 1'P'1-as 70 ,419 mx 'ff Brenda A ni f lvc rson Xubrey Barnes Mary Ann Cllpston Joyce Brooks Merle Bolt ' 1 . ' ' ' 1 . , . . 1 , I , . 1 l I - - - ------- - -------------- ----- - -- ------ - -- - - ------ , . . . ., - .,,.. ,,,-., al 4 'K - xr- - -- ' Q, f: ' ' A. 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L F- , Q , . hw 1 I . ' 1 A' V ,J ' , qu' If .f 'l x f ' 1 ' . ' . 'ij' 1 L ' E 4 , I f"'1' K A . .- . .. ." ' . 1 'gnur-L Titus V' I' -f 1 ' ' .' ' ' ' ' Tzesiman 614.44 thc tlicnic, "Lut's Scalp lXssL1mptiun". in the spring. in tho lull and thu lrcsliman vluss gint tht- suplmiiioiws 11 rvturn pqii tx 'l'lic l.I'l'1NlllNl1l'l class took first plucg in the llomccuming floats xxiti Tlit- sopliomoru t-lass inx'ilt'cl thu lrt-Slilnc-11 to L1 Bziclawatlxls Pair President --'---------A--4------- John Bolilcn Vice-Prcsidt-nt -'---------------- Valerie Ogflt-n Strcretary-'l'reL1surc' r ------------- Sucllcn Krztnz Rt-porter -------------------'---- Mary Luuisc Bcclimzin Sponsors -------------------- - -- Miss Moorci fi Mr. Knight fm. In - ., ,ff Q 5 A it g , qi , ,. fe. .1 I, W, yt ,V i f f l I M 1 1 kf,g.':,gn , M , mQ Y ,, " ""' , - ' 3 155. 4 Bob Adams .Xrtliur Atur Beverly Badr .lin R 'nniv Beck Mary Louise Beckm , lvl S t g g 2 fx - ' Q it A ,L ,. . , ff Q- ,i we '- , A, . 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Middle Row: Chuck Miller, Val McPeak, Wayne Stump, Darrell Gravcn, Bill Newman, and Joe Porter. Back Row: Don Warnick, Richard Gregory, Larry Collins, Raymond Luconic, Bob Bohlen, Dick Arm- strong, and Coach Anderson. MOWEAQUA 33 ll H 7 ' 6 H 6 H 13 ' 13 TOTAL POINTS 113 MOWEAQUA FOOTBALL SCORES ARTHUR 7 LOVINGTON 0 BETHANY 25 MT. ZION 33 MAROA 19 ILLIOPOLIS 0 ASSUMPTION 18 TOTAL POINTS 102 Hzgh felon! 642211444214 Lcftto Rlghtz Joyce VIHLCHL Judy Herrnan, Joyuc Brooks, Nancy Br1dgn1an and Ilewmr Jordan E-I-Nik-A-Soda, Fling-a-la-Choo-oh Ki-I-Choo-oh Ki-I-Choo-oh IT-I-Nik-A-Soda, F1ing-a-1a- Ki-I-Choo-oh Ki-I-Choo-oh Choo - oh E - I - Nik -A - Soda, Fling - a -la - Choo -oh W -o -o -0 -o -o -0 -o MOWEAQUA INDIANS na WW' Mig ,Q CPQN 2? Q .ff 2 4 iff 'f . X 5 I F, ,ip Y . M , .wg I 5 I n f" 'fd I an .fb 3-,, 3 , F ff nf M, ,A .,,'f, if ' .914-l 2722-2 ,Z g ,--.J f,,, I ESQ E 1 K I J Q wal, , g 1 wi - 1? 15 - 3,7 sg. ,je fi u , V, , , ' 'i',l-'uk "W5?'tk?4,ff-72515. mmuwu Vatdltq First Row: Dean Wise, Dick Armstrong, Larry Collins, Bob Bohlen, Jim Bright, and Val McPcak Second Row: Alan Adamson, Wayne Stump, Jack Myers, Ray Luconic, Gary Stiner, and Ray Hays BASKETBALL SCHEDULE AND SCORES MOWEAQUA TOTAL 120 7 WITT BETHANY STONINGTON RAYMOND ARTHUR ASSUMPTION BLUE MOUND ILLIOPOLIS MACON BLUE MOUND FINDLAY FINDLAY STONINGTON ILLIOPOLIS TOWER HILL MACON BE THANY TOWERHILL TOTAL 59 A mf gf M mf My-f"' ww hrst Row Darrel Graven Donmc Brooks D1Ck Vatthauer Lax ry Burguner I d Hanley Larry Hxght Second Row Norman Flllson John Bohlen Chuck Mlller John Denton, Mlkn Loakart B111 Craxg MOWEAQUA COWDEN STEWS STRAS SHE LBYVILLU FINDLAY TOWER HILL INDIVIDUAL TOTAL SCORES 514 348 293 213 169 50 32 10 6 6 lil. U ...JIJ A Q? Activities TMWEQ XXX. ll ' O K V I I. 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Wilma Ilowsir. Iixircn Kemper, Sucllcn Krunz, Iii-ily Perry, l1or:iJc'1m Francisco, Ginger llowzlrui, Vzllcrizi ilufimzin, ilclr-n Brown. Third Row: Ronald Myers. lyllll Clvvciiinci, Hill Wilcox, Judy Woliz, Lui-illv Ilia-lu-Vson, ViI'gillil1GiHJt'I'l, Churlcnc Sims, Mark Pistorius, Milan i,ockh:1rt, Don Simmer. The high school chorus and the seventh and eighth grades presented "The Christmas Story" for a Christmas program. For the Spring Concert the chorus gave numbers from Carousel. e5 J vw 1 fi' 49 -u,ffX,51w fig. 'q21,1j,'f'?,, 1- 11 K . 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September 19 six members went to the Officers Training School at Mt. Auburn. Five officers and Mr. Knight attended the National Com ention at Kansas City during which Tommy Pyatt played in the National Band. Tommy also play ed in the American Royal Parade. The annual Rotary Club Corn Show was held November 7. High yield of 166. 6 bushels was won by Bob Bohlen with a five acre plot. He also won first at the Section 19 Show and t-hird in the Junior Contest. The chapter was proud of the exceptional cooperation shown when the boys put up the Christmas lights downtown. 51 -ff-1 Left to Right: Judith Woltz, Virginia Howard, Karen Kemper, Judy DeClerk, Sharon Stiner, Miss Noren, Ruth Ann Federman, Lorraine Jordan, Emily Bright, Yvonne Bames, Patricia Stiner, Evelyn Lindel, Phyllis King, Barbara Bohlen, and Caroline Satterthwaite. gizfa 'HM fetic 'g550Cl.dfl.0l! The Girls' Athletic Association whose object is to stimulate interest and participation in girls' athletic activities other than in physical education class , was led by the following officers and sponsor: President --------- ------------ ---------- L o rraine Jordan Vice-President ------- ----- ------ - - - ------- Emily Bright Secretary-Treasurer ---- ----------- ------------ R u th Ann Federman Historian ---------------------------------------------- Ruth Ann Stiner Sponsor ----------------------------------------------- -Miss Barbara J. Noren Lorraine Jordan represented the G. A. A. at camp last summer. Highlights of the club year were a slumber party, swimming, bowling, and camping. The active members received their awards at the annual Athletic Banquet in the spring. 52 , ,wsu .1 , - A. .- -eww fe QQ." a Seated at the Typewriters fleft to righty: Evelyn Zindel, Phyllis King, Mary Louise Beckman, Alan Adamson, Dick Armstrong, Donna Scribner, Joyce Vincent, Judy Herman, Sharon Snyder, Helen Brown, Joyce Hoewing, a.nd Caren Newman. Standing fleft to -rightj: Susie Howard, Frank Wooters, Virginia Bohlen, Tom Pyatt, Judith Woltz, Christine Hooper, Karen Kemper, Valerie Huffman, Mr. Clark, Leona Srnka, Anita Lambdin, Caroline Satterthwaite, Barbara Jordan, Donna Wheatly, Lorraine Jordan, Mary Ann Smith, Lea Ann Jesse, Patricia Stiner, Sharon Stiner, Joyce Brooks, Bonnie Potter, and Donnas Rettig. OW' OW The Pow Wow is the school paper and is published every two weeks by the girls in the Office Practice class. The staff members were chosen from a list of volunteers and the first issue was published in the third week of school with an eleven page production. The news consists of what the student body does during the year. The officers of the Pow Wow are: Editor ------------------------------------------------- Anita Lambdin Assistant Editor --------------------------------------- Caroline Satterthwaite Business Manager -------------------------------------- Leona Srnka Literary ----------------------------------------------- Caren Newman 53 V11- fiftatiani First Row: Karen Kemper, Judy Woltz, Gertrude Pierce, Angela Wilcox, Mary Ann Clipston, Leona Srnka, Mary Ann Smith, Lea Ann Jesse. Second Row: Sharon Zindel, Wilma Howse, Patricia Stiner, Sandra Reulecke, Sharon Stiner, John Bohlen, Mike Lockhart. Third Row: Miss Campbell, Garey Jackson, Roger Workman, Robert Hunter, Fred Denton, Bruce Sarver, Lyle Rose. LIBRAIiIAN'S C LUB The Librarian's Club is composed of a group of student librarians who do much to help improve the library service of the school. The librarians work during their study hall periods. They are in charge of checking out books, returning cards to books brought back, shelving books, collecting fines, and caring for magazines, newspapers, and reference books. The officers of the club are: President --------------- ---------------------------- L eona Srnka Vice-President-U - ------ ------------------- M ary Ann Smith Secretary ------ - ----- ---- ----- ----- M a r y Ann Clipston Treasurer ------- ---- -------------- A n gela Wilcox Reporter ---------- ------ ---- L e a Ann Jesse Advisor -------- ----- ---- IN l rs. Campbell 54 RNNMIRRQCX MD. . If School F un 5 L f 'Q , no 222. Zfifr 1, W -am 'ze Jiffwie f 3'- -I U pf I X Xl 1. .oi 'fig N If .Qbixkf . uoqlb , I4- fX Us X -v4 r Sus 1 iF? I Y A ' V 0 1 0 King and Queen and thclr cffurt X x. .S 57 P5 5 1" X f fig, C Q5 -M-ff X ' 0 f , Q0 "". . gk. fl ' VO, , X ,,4e Wwe, 'Q li .,l x I Q3 5,1 it gl U' HEL ' xo 1 w. 3 fir, , fy 0+ G!! 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A MOWFAQUX ILLINOIS DTCATUR ILLINOIS PIIONI 19 1841 N 22ND PHONI7 3 6763 Jfzfem AND H0016 gfzs COXHPANQ PROPANE HEATING TRACTOR CONVFRSION HNTVESTIGATE THE MANY ADVANTAGES HOMF PHONE 2716 MOWEAQUA ILLINOIS DFCATUR wgs TfR VfL T Pflpffi COXHPANQ QNCORPORA T60 WHOLESALF DISTRIBUTORS 730 EAST CERRO GORDO STREET BAGS WRAPPING PAPER S PAPER TOWELS TOILET TISSUE JANITOR SUPPLIES CUPS CORRUGATED BOXES TWINES SHIPPERS SUPPLIES ILLINOIS EARL SMULL, JR. - MANAGER Jlggrwooo OQLCUMPANy 9Ng0Rp0RArg0 MACON MGWFAQUA RO 4 3606 72 Y DUO THERM SIEGLER HEATERS GASOLINTS FUEL OILS BULK PROPANE GOODYFAR TIRES See us Complunents Of Mowe aqua Ill1no1s or Real Estate Loans Insurance General Banklng 'The Fr1endly Bank Phone 274 Comphments Of Fresh Meats Frozen Foods Vegetables Grocenes Your Patronage Appremated Phone 128 Moweaqua Ill1no1s l AYARS STATE BANK JOHNSTON'S SUPER MARKET f : ' I ' U L gl W FOOD MART Complxments Of BOHLEN BROS SEED COMPANY Quahty Grocerles And Produce John And Wayne Best W1SheS Class Of '57 ...., "' inoiuffs or MmusAvous Moficr The Kuntz Implement Company 1Not Incorporated! YOUR FARM EQUIPMENT DEALER MOWEAQUA ILLINOIS Walter L Kuntz Ray Kuntz Clyde R Kuntz Ralph Brldgman AMERICAN BAKERIES COMPANY 800 N Morgan Street Telephone 2 8556 Decatur 26 H11I'101S , . . V ,AAWAYW W- s-P-1,-AAQTO---AA U - , -,-.--,.-m.mm - 4, , 3,4 1 . Y A - -l..Q- ,lL1n- -gm.. 14.4. ,- s '- I '1T l5-.,.f,, ,,l::f'ix Hrwrr-?Ag?., - ' ' 1'-',-an-L.-. ' - - f - -f -5 ' V Ad Y ,,,,-. - u " , O '- I 1 . NOVOTA 'S TfLfV99,0O!V SALI S XND SERVICE IVIOWI AQUA ILLINOIS PHONE I J 9 THI IOLKS AT YOUR 75L5PH0N5 50m PANQ WISH THE CLASS OI' 1957 THE BEST OF PROSPI RITY AND H XPPINI SS 1 '1 4 , 4 I I 1 4 .1 ' Q ..4 - w . 4 1 - 4 4 I 11 Fw I I' . Compllmelltb Of Comphmgnts Of I L XNDI R 5 DRUG STORI Prescrlptlons Sundnes CTARLOCK'S SHP LL SFRVICI' School Supplles Phone 9 Moweaqua IHIHOIS Comphments Ol Comphmcnts Of ADANISON HARDXN ARI MOWEAQUA FFED COMPANY B111 Moore Manager x - ' x . qw 5 4- V1 1 1 4. A J K 4 4 4 4 ' A . , - ' ' ' , 1 4 4 J , - V - f . 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YAULTS EDINBURG ILLINOIS pI-IQNE 281 Protectlon Plus Beauty-Strength-Durability Asphalt Lined Servlng 15 COllI1t18S In Central Illino1s SIHCG 1948 For Informatlon Consult Your Funeral Dlrector ROSCOE E HERMAN EDINBURG ILL Compliments Of ELOISE'S BEAUTY SHOPPE Compliments Of CORNER CAFE J aunlta Bllyeu R GREGORY gl COMPANY Hardware And Home Furnlshlngs Plumblng And Heatlng Phone 39 JONES' STANDARD SERVICE Moweaqua I111no1s Floyd Jones Owner Phone 333 KRANZ REAL ESTATE Telephone Bu1ld1ng Telephone 187 Best W1Sh6S To The Class THE MOWEAQUA NEWS Phone 219 Moweaqua Il11no1s Compl1ments Of KATHRYN'S BFAUTY SHOP Best W1Sh6S To The Class Of '57 RAE BOB'S I I PRINTING ESTABLISHED 24 YEARS PHOTOGRAPHER FOR THIS ANNUAL SPECIALIZING IN PORTRAITS FOR WEDDINGS CHILD STUDIES CHQLDS 5 TUDQO W D HUBBARD YOUR PHOTOGRAPHER BLACK 5 Compfzfvg SPORTING GOODS 340 NORTH MAIN DECATUR ILLINOIS GROU PS Comphments Of F S FARWISTORF Raymond Perry Manager LOUIS DUFL SHOI' STORE Shoes For Intlrc, Famlly Quahty Shoe Repa1r1ng Moweaqua I'111no1s Comphments Of SNYDFR'S VARIFTY STORF SIMMON'S JEWELRY STORE A11 Types Of Repalrlng And Gxfts For A11 Occas1ons Compllments Of HASLANV5 Dry Goods BROWN'S GARAGE Ready To Wear PHILLIPS 66 Footwear STEWART'S CITIES SERVICE DOWELL HATCHERY Sz FEED Seeds Feeds Ch1CkS Moweaqua I111no1s Poultry Supphes Phone 160 Moweaqua I111no1s - r v 4 4 - J J 4 4' 3 I J 4 4 a 1 1 J 1 1 4 I I J , 4 H our C omplctc NIUSIL31 Dgplirungnt .Store MACON MUSIC InstruCt1or1s Records Mus1C ZZON Maln Decatur 111111015 Autographs 7 Y A 1 'l 1 A 1 I 3 V1 A Instruments - Pianos - Organs 5 1 J Liv VU. lf! fl' C144 , 4,1 fqbff. gt 4.51.4 4 I CL if Ziff, . -'fix-c Z Ql- W :ic :Q M . 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