Nashville High School - Hornet Yearbook (Nashville, IL)
- Class of 1952
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F0 llEE LIBERFY AND PURSUIT OF
We hold these truths to be self ew de t
that all men are created equal that they are
endowed with certain rights that among these
are Life Liberty and Pursuit of Happiness
That to secure these r ghts governments
are instituted among men driving their Just
powers from the consent of the govern
Those men who signed the Declaration of
lndependance called it the pursuit of Hap
piness The right that every man was to en
Joy in this new country was the right to pur
sue happiness to roll up your sleeves and go
after it and struggle and win it with your own
hands and wits
Because the people who first heard those
words understood them because they realized
their r ght was one of pursuit they went out
with strength and couraoe and faith to dig
mines and quarries and build factories and
Their sons and daughters too under
stood and pumped oil out of sand harnessed
the power of streams and welded one end of
the country to the other with rails of steel
Because of this right they made it the
richest most powerful nation on earth
So long as the true meaning of those
earlier words is understood the rights that
they give will never be lost
So let us help to hasten that day of world
peace when as a people we again may de-
lare our rights among these are Life
Liberty and the Pursuit of Happiness
We are the graduates of 1952 Yesterday we
were the youth tomorrow We Wlll be the c1t1Lens
We have been experurxentxng studylng and learnmng
for twelve long years and are now proclalmed ready
to take our place 1n socmety Much has been saxd about
about us both pro and con and the tlme has come
for us to out and prove ourselves
We are lnexperlenced and untlred but we wzll
succeed as those before us have The tralmng we
TCCCIVCC1 U1 N3-5hV11l9 Cornmumty Hlgh School has
Patty Sue Haserne1er Edxtor
Joanthan Sharp Advmser
John Hxnes La Vern Meyer
Audrey Kelle Assoc1ate Ed1tor
Patr1c1a M1ller Senmor Edltor
Betty Polczynskl Orgamzauons
Joan Spencer ACtlV1t1CS Ed1tOT
Marjorle Gewe Art Edltor
Norman W1tt Snap Edmtor
Mary Zapp Typ1st
helped to insure for us a happy successful life ahead.
Along the road we saw---
STUDENTS AND 'TEACHERS
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THEY EXPANDED FOR
PAGES, Z7-36 ACTIVITIES
AS THEY TOOK PLACE,
FIGHTING ATHLETIC TEAMS AS
THEY SOUGHT TO BE GOOD WINNER S
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Board OI Education
Lawrence E. Houseg Rollin Holbrook-Secretary-Treasurerg Dr. Fred Schroeder-President
T. W Gaebeg Marlin Sachtleben.
MARVIN C. MARTIN
C GORDON PURDY Bookkeepmg Phys1calEduCat10n
Typmg, Shorthand General Busmess Genefal BUSUTSSS
Enghsh III General Scrence
JOHN VON ALLMEN
Spamsh Engllsh Soc1a1Sc1ence
Physrcal Educauon CLARA CASTELO
Englrsh I, II Lrbranan
VN orld Hrbtory Phxsrcal Educ :mon
Englrsh IV Lalm Lrvrcs and Economrcb
AGNES KLEEMAN E H GUMMERSHEIMER
C,1v1cs and Economrcs U S Hrstory Agriculture Chemlm-Y
Physics, Algebra, Advanced Mathematica, NADINE TOOLEY
Geometry, General Mathematics. Home Economics
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Honor Roll 1, 2, 3, 4, Let
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Chorus I,2g Honor Roll
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Chorus 3, Paper Staff 4,
Cari1ival3, F.H.A. 1, 2,
3,4, Honor Roll 1, 2,3, 4.
Camival I, 2, 3, S.P.Q.
R. 1, 2, 3,4, Secretary 4,
Paper Staff 1, 2, Seventeenth
Summer 3, Chorus 3, Let
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President 1, Basketball 1,
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2, 3, 4, Librarian lg Prom
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Chorus 2, 3, 4, S. P.Q.R. 1, 2, 3, 4, Song
Leader Ig Librarian 2, Officer 2, Prom
Waitress 2, Let Me Grow Up 4, Paper staff
4, Camival I, 2, 3.
F.F.A. I,2,3: Carnival 1.
F.F.A. 1, 2, 3,4, Seventeenth Summer 3,
Paper Staff 4, Noon Hour Basketball 1, 2.
Honor Roll 1, 2, 3, 4, F.H.A. 1, 2, 3,4,
Vice President 3, Play Usher 3,4, Chorus 2,
3,4, Carnival 3.
S.P.Q. R. 1, 2, 3, 4, Pianist 2, Honor Roll 1,
2, 3,4, Noon Hour Basketball 1, 2, Carnival
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Summer 3, Let Me Grow Up 4.
Chorus 1.2, 3, 4, Carnival r,2, 3, F. H.A.
2, 3,4, Play Usher 3,4.
Tumbling Team 1,25 Chorus 15 Pep Club
1, 2, 3,45 Play Usher 45 F. H.A. 1, 2, 4.
Noon Hour Basketball 1, 2, 35 Basketball 1,
25 Baseball 1,25 S.P.Q.R. I,2,3,45 Band
2,3,45 Let Me Grow Up 45 Carnival 3.
F.H.A. 3,45 Play Usher 3,45 Carnival 3.
Chorus 1, 2, 3,45 Librarian 35 Cheerleader
3,45 Band 3, 45 Seventeenth Summer 35 Let
Me Grow Up 45 Paper Staff 1, 2, 3, 45 F.l-I.A.
35 S.P.Q.R. I,2, 3,45 President 45 Annual
Carnival 35 Noon Hour Basketball I.
Class Vice-President 15 Paper Staff 1,25
S.P.Q.R. I, 2, 3,45 Spanish Club 35 Band 1,
2, 3,45 Solo Contest 2, 3, 45 Ensemble Contest
2, 3,45 Carnival 1, 2, 35 Noon Hour Basketball
1,25 Let Me Grow Up 45 Prom Waiter 25
Basketball 25 Track 1,25 Baseball 1,25
Chorus 3, 4.
PATTY SUE HASEMEIER
Noon Hour Basketball 25 Paper Staff 2, 3,45
S.P.Q.R. I, 2, 3, 45 Honor Roll 1, 2, 3,45 Let
Me Grow Up 45 Carnival 1, 2, 35 Chorus 3,41
Band 1, 2, 35 Class Secretary 35 Librarian 25
DONNA KAY KETHERINGTON
Girls' Chorus 1, 2, 3, 45 Mixed Chorus 1, 2, 45
S.P.Q. R. 1, 2, 3,45 Solo Contest I,2, 3, 45
Paper Staff 25 Carnival 1, 35 F.H.A. 45
DORIS JEAN HILDEBRAND
Chonrs 25 Paper Staff 25 Let Me Grow Up 4.
Basketball I, 2, 3,45 Chorus 3,45 Baseball
I,2,3,4g Honor Roll 1, 2, 3,45 Track I, 2, 3,
45 Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Vice-President 3, President
45 Carnival I,2, 35 Student Council, Vice-
President 35 Class President 25 S.P.Q.R. 1,
2, 3,45 Seventeenth Summer 35 Let Me Grow
Up 45 Ensemble Contest 2, 35 Prom Waiter
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Carnival 1,2, 35 Chorus 2, 35 S.P.Q.R. 1,
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3, 3, 45 Chorus 45 Asst. Editor Of Annual 4.
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2, 3, 45 Seventeenth Summer 35 Paper staff
2, 3, 45 Twirling 1, 2, 3, 45 Carnival 35 Class
President 35 Let Me Grow Up 45 Girls' Stare
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1,2, 3,45 Prom Waitress 25 Annual staff 45
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3,45 Paper Staff 35 Let Me Grow Up 45 Band
F.F.A. I, 2, 3, 45 Carnival 1, 25 Noon Hour
Basketball 1, 25 Basketball 2.
F.H.A. 1, 2, 3, 45 Historian 45 S.P.Q.R.
1, 2, 3,45 Editor Paper Staff 45 Librarian 2,
45 Annual Staff 45 Honor Roll 1, 2, 3, 45 Let
Me Grow Up 4.
S.P.Q.R. 1, 2, 3, 45 Treasurer 45 Baseball 1,
2, 3,45 Prom Waiter 25 Basketball 1, 2, 3,45
Spanish Club 3, 45 Track 1, 2, 3, 45 Noon
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S.P.Q.R. 1, 2, 3,45 Treasurer 15 F. H.A. 2,
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Chorus 1, 25 Librarian 15 Carnival I,2,35
Spanish Club Secretary 4.
Honor Roll 1, 2, 3, 45 Paper Staff 3,45 S. P.
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35 Student Council 45 Let Me Grow Up 45
Prom Waitress 2.
Honor Roll 25 Play Usher 45 F.H.A. 1, 2, 3,
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Basketball 1, 2.
S.P.Q.R. l,2,3,45 Librarian 3,45 Noon
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THIRD ROW: Joan Spencer, Patty Sue Hasemeier, Patsy Berry, Pauline Rixmann, Polly
Homburg. FOURTH ROW: LaVern Meyer, Norman Witt, Dennis Niermann, Mr, Von Allmen.
FIFTH ROW: John Hines, James Harre, Wesley Pitchford, Donald Harmening.
LEFT TO RIGHT, BOTTOM-FIRST ROW: Gaila Dudley, June Fox, Audrey Schnate, Collette
Kugler, Adeline Brune, Lavayne Schwengels, Mary Kay Berry. SECOND ROW: Helen Coats,
Carolyn Wiese, Dolores Frieman, Wanda Habbe, Donna Day Hetherington, Patricia Ksyski,
Virginia Prange. THIRD ROW: Marjorie Gewe, Harriet Jones, Valera Schliefer, Audrey Kelle,
Marion Marquard, Jeannine Kastrup. FOURTH ROW: Bernadine Grote, Patsy Reuter, Eleanor
Schumacker, Elaine Windler, Carol Hatcher, Marilyn Eignrauch. FIFTH ROW: Mr. von Allmen,
Norma Zacheis, Marcia Rhodes, Carol Muenter, Barbara Hug, Winona Campbell.
STANDING LEFT TO RIGHT Mrss Castelo Eleanor Kurwrckr Cecr1Alfeldt
Mary Zapp Betty Polczynskr Vrrgrnta Dalman LaVerne Ostendorf Erleen
Kozuszek Vrrgrnra Krus Mary Hermeltng Marrlyn Koester Margo Wrllramson
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STANDING LEFT TO RIGHT Patty Sue Hasemerer John I-Irnes Morrrs Kaufman
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E Schumacher E Wmdler P Rrxmann C Harmelmg I Woodsrde THIRD ROW N Wrtt H
Meyer Mr Sharp
The offrcers of the Span1sh Club are as follows Sponsor, Mr Sharp
Pres1dent Eleanor Schumacher V1ce Presldent Edmund Paszk1ew1cz
Secretary Jane Stutsman Treasurer Susan Shrrley
The name of the Spanlsh Club 15 El C1rculo Espanol' wh1ch means
Spamsh Crrcle Thexr motto 15 "V1va Espana" whxch means long llve Spaln
The club colors are green and yellow and therr flower IS the yellow rose
The1r act1v1t1es rnclude an annual Spanlsh Banquet, l1sten1ng t0 Spanlsh
records and gwmg reports about Spanrsh subjects
Reuter, R. Moran, J. Harre, V. Sprehe, D. Richards, R. Auldridge, D. Clark, E. Hendricks, L.
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Beslde the two choruses there wcr
S6l8Ct1ODS given by s girls' Quartet and
oc et For an added attract
Allmen engaged a guest ar
The orogrem for the cc
Carol of the Bells Ukra
A Muslcal Chrlstmss Carr
'ho May Atide the Day oi
Arln Vr Eisenmeyer,Gue
The Vlrthday of a King
dent Conductoress Pauli
Glorla from the 12th bk
Familiar Christmas Caro
Carl H ohman,Collette KL
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Evening Song Hauser
S cember 20 at
THE HUIQNETS HERALD
C E CHRISTMAS IN OLHER LANDQ
The Unlted States has many Chf1Stm8S
customs But did you know that many of
these customs originated in other lands?
For instance the custom of decorating a
Cllr mas tree was given to us by Germany
ani ine cu tom of singing carols came
from xgl ad
One of Denmark's prettiest customs
s he remembrance of the birds On
hr stmls morningevery gab1e,gateway and
er for it was
ered from tho e
cept one fhick
rated with a bundle of
girls ictes candlelight must sus., an all night
1 lon and be snuffed only by those
0 Beauteous Heav nly Light-Bach Jeanine 31 may
Kastrup,Loue11a Jones,Sara I-Iomburg,Lela havi-n3 the was wry
At the end of each month several busy staff members can be seen buzzing around publrshmg
another Hornet s Herald It rs sponsored by Mrss Snead and her staff members are as follows
G Turner C Wrese C Harmelmg T Brammerer W Prtchford E Hendncks R Klosterhoff
B Meyer J Harre V Sprehe B Moss M Rhode P Ksyckr H Korte Mlss Snead M Gewe I
Schaeffer N Zachels W Campbell P Mlller P Berry L Jones M Haake B Polczynskr P
Jenntngs E Kurwlckl M Zapp J Spencer B Mater C Reinhardt D Rabenort C Muenter P
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FRONT ROW K Luczal M Poleskr M Hermelmg P Ksyckl Mrs Tooley L Schewengels P
Rrxmann M Holzhauer B Hug B Polczynskr SECOND ROW E Kozuszek K Frleman L
Dudek B Marer M Koester C Wrese N Zachers M Wojtowlcz R Dudek, V Dalman
THIRD ROW R Herrmann D Seyler I Decker M Polczynskl V Schhefer A Brune L
Frederkmg A Frederklng, E Kurwrckr M Haake M Zapp D Hethermgton FIFTH ROW
Erchmeyer B Heseman L Edwards V Molzewskl M Glll L Jones S Schllefer, L Ostendorf
SIXTH ROW A Polluckr B Grote D Frreman H Jones M Harre C Harmelmg E Wrndler
E Porter E Wrsneska
The F H A has frfty four members The followrng are the offrcers
Advrsor, Mrs Tooley Chapter Mother Mrs Holzhauer, Pres1dent, Paulme
Rrxmann V1ce Presrdent, Lavayne Schewengels Secretary, Marrlyn
Holzhauer Treasurer Catherme Luczaj Reporter, Betty Polczynslu
Parlramentanan Margre Poleskr Reporter, Mary Hermelrng Song Leade
Pat Ksyckr The club offrcers attended the F H A House of Delegates
meetmg rn St. Lours at the W. M. C. A. bu1ld1ng last fall.
The theme of the club rs "Toward New Hor1zons," Regular monthly
meetrngs, partres, and programs were held to carry out thxs theme. Thrs
year the club has purchased an emblem fshown on the prcturej and a punch
bowl. It has also contrrbuted money for a CARE package for a boy rn
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C Schaeffer J Glll D Bochantln THIRD ROW L Brammerer L Zachers S Polczynskr G
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The Future Farmers of Arner1ca have elected the followmg offrcers
Sponsor, Mr Gummershe1mer Presldent Gary Torrens V1ce Presrdent
Leonard Kruskm Secretary, Doyle Cohlrneyer Treasurer, Kenneth Hood
Reporter, Glen Bowers Sentmel, Ted Brammexer
The1r annual act1v1tres 1nclude project tours, Judgmg contests
part1c1pat1on 1n the pest contest attendance at the vocatronal show at
Sparta and the Father and Son Banquet
Gepperr, N. Schewengels, L. Tubbs, J. Taylor, L. Stems. FOURTH ROW: M. Haun, R. Word, K.
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The off1cers are as follows Pres1dent Faye Homes Vlce Presxdent
Dor1s Rabenort Secretary Marc1a Rhode Treasurer LaVern Meyer
Reporter Mary Kay Berry
The Student COUnC1l IS composed of eleven members three from each
class except the freshman wh1ch has only two Thls year It has sponsored
aCt1V1t1CS after several home basketball games It has also sponsored a
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P. M. a deserted Indian
village was brought to life
when the juniors and
seniors and their guests
entered the doors of the
Legion Horne. Coats and
hats were checked at a
corner curio stand. The
entrance to the village was
set off by two blinking
totem poles. ln the center
of the dance floor was the
ceremonial drum. The
ceremonial ground was
surrounded by a rail fence
outlined with trees. Tables
and chairs were set behind
the fence for those weary
from the festivities. Old
man moon shone lazily over
a silvery lake and a low
burning campfire. The
setting was completed by
the starry music of Eddie
Randall and his orchestra.
One of the highlights of the
evening was a ceremonial
dance presented by the
Indian braves and maidens.
Everyone enjoyed a
delectable feast of turkey
and dressing prepared by
the Legion Auxiliary and
served by the following
braves and maidens: Wanda
Brink, Marcia Cunningham,
L.aDonne Edwards, Wanda
Habbe, Barbara Hampton,
Marilyn Holzhauer, Carol
Muenter, Doris Rabenort,
Carol Reinhardt, Eleanor
Schumacher, Cecil Alfeldt,
Glen Bowers, David Clark,
Edward Frederking, Carl
Hohman Wendell Meyer,
Morris Oltman, Edmund
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hard work, early practices and long hours of memorization.
This cast made their appearance on Saturday October
CAST OF CHARACTERS
Aunt Lydia COld maid auntj ..... Winona Campbell
Bill QLexie's soldier boy-friendj . . .Wesley Pitchford
Nola fChildren's mother and movie starj . . Joan Spencer
Matt fLexie's younger brotherl ..... John Hines
Lexie CYoung irnpl .....
Murial fOlder daughter as maidj , ,
Mrs. Holden CMovie producerj .
Mary .To fLexie's young friendl .
Arden QLexie's rival, ..,.
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SENIOR CLASS PLAY.
This cast gave the same play as
Cast I. Lexie, who later was nick-
named Bunny, was a confused
sixteen-year old girl. Being the
daughter of a famous movie star isn't
The three act comedy given on
October Z0 under the direction of Miss.
Strieker was capably presented by the
cast of nine.
. Lois Murphy
. Robert May
CAST OF CHARACTERS
Wanda Habbe. . .
Doris Rabenort . .
Rolf Hohman . . .
David Clark . . .
Carl Hohman. . .
Carol Muenter .
Ga ila Dudley . . .
Jane Woolbright. .
Melvin Haun . . .
Glenn Bowers . .
Dale Richards . .
Eugene Hendricks .
Shirley McClay . .
. . Patty Taylor
. . Olive Kendall
. . Danny Hudson
. Bob Callaway
. Mrs. Taylor
. .Sam Wilson
. . Mrs. Hill
. .Radio Speaker
. Hilda Sorenson
. Truck Driver
. . . .Mr. Hill
. Susie Bryant
The 1952 Juniors presented 'Riddle Me Riches" on April 4 and 5
1952 The storytells ofa familyliving ina little town called Riverview
Illinois The mother and father Esther and Tom are like most
parents The children 16 year old Chuck and 18 year old Patty are
portrayed as common youth today In the story Chuck induces his father
to complete a riddle for a radio program Chuck is called and wins the
contest He is the talk of the whole town and makes the little town of
from the famous movie star Marla Kay a box of candy for each day
of the year and a horse plus the usual prizes that might be offered
a supply of dog food soup and others
The Taylor family get involved in ne ighborly disputes with the Hills
who live next door Mr Hill is Mr Taylor s boss
The radio contest Olive Bob who is Patty's steady date Susie
Bryant Chucks admirer and Chuck's pals Edmund and Danny all
lend the play a very exciting and comical adventure
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The Nashville Student Council sponsored a
dance on February 11th. They also invited Caryle
to attend. Refreshments were sold in the Ag.
Room. Games consisting of ping-pong, cards,
etc. were enjoyed by everyone.
Does it make you sleepy?
They would much rather eat
Dancing on air
The Student Council sponsored more than one
dance but this was one that was especially enjoyed
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BACK ROW LEFT TO RIGHT B111 Moss Vernon Sprehe Harold Reuter Ray Klosterhoff Morris Oltman
Eugene Hendrlcks Fred Groennert FRONT ROW LEFT TO RIGHT John Hrnes Carl Hohman Davld
Clark, LeRoy Herrmann Ed Frederkrng Norman Wltt Rolf Hohman
SCHEDULE The 1951 52 baseball squad proved to
THEY be one of the best rn the last decade
Behmd the steady pltchmg of Gene
Hendr1cks and Ed Frederkmg the baseball
n1ne went through their regular league
schedule w1th 5 v1ctor1es and Z defeats
At the t1me of the annual baseball
tournament the Hornets were t1ed wxth
two other teams for f1rst place 1n Tr1
County league play W1th two troph1es
TRI COUNTY TOURNAMENT
At Centraha at stake the Hornets came through and
4 Nashv1lle vs Sandoval
3 Nashv1lle vs St Marys
added two new f1rst place troph1es and
two more v1ctor1es to thexr laurels
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BACK ROW LEFT TO RIGHT Richard Auldndge Moren Wallace Ph1ll1pCunnmgham VerdellAlfeldt
Leo Stem Don Wollard and Ioe Ev1ls1zer FRONT ROW Gene Payne Charles Schhefer Tom Novak Carl
The Freshman Sophomore squad played two games th1s season
Both were played w1th Carlyle and Tom Novak our pltcher won
one and lost one Havmg bowed to Carolyle here Tom spearheaded
our team at Carlyle and rang up a 4 Z vlctory
Nashv1lle vs Carlyle
Nashv1lle vs Carlyle
Reuter, and Clyde James.
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FRONT ROW, LEFT TO RIGHT: John Hines, David Clark, Ray Klosterhoff, Ed Frederking, Norman Witt Rolf
Hohman BACK ROW: Vemon Sprehe, Bill Moss, Morris Oltman, Morris Kaufman, Harold Reuter, Gene Hendncks
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champrons wrtha 10 0 record the Hornets also tookfrrst place
rn the Trl County Tournament Playmg rn a hard schedule thrs
year the Hornets comprled a record of Z1 wrns and 6 losses
In the Avrston Holrday tournament the Hornets took the frrst
place trophy by defeatrng Pocahantas and Ashley Although
hampered by rnjurres thrs year the Hornets steamed rrght on
through their schedule playmg hard and delrberatly
"B" TEAM CONFERENCE CHAMPS Undefeated rn con
fer nce play the Bees had the same 10 0 record as the varsrty
squad Playrng rn a schedule srmrlar to the vars1ty's the
Bees have a record of 14 wrns and 5 losses
Coach Wilson Day Senior
Senior , Captain
CHEERLEADERS: Lela May Koser, Doris
Rabenort, Pat Miller, Marjorie Gewe
Carol Reinhardt, and Joan Spencer
FRE H SOPH Q All
FRONT ROW LEFT TO RIGHT Iohn Moran Gene Payne Vernon Moeller Joe Evllslzer Don Woolard John
LeRoy Herrmann Fred Groennert Moren Wallace Richard Auldrldge Verdell Alfeldt Carl Reuter
The Freshman Sophomore squad played six regularly scheduled games
this year and won all of them Two games each were played with Hoyleton,
Sesser and Aviston
In the Freshman Sophomore Tournament held at Breese, Nashville beat
Okawvrlle and Carlyle but bowed in the championship game to Odin, and
therefore received second place honors
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Boester, Philip Cunningham, Chuck Swain, and Clyde James. BACK ROW: Charles Schleifer, Tom Novak,
Tri-County Champs! Vernon Sprehe receives the first place trophy
for Nashville after a double overtime game with Odin.
The 1952 Tri-County Tournament was held in Odin's new gymnasium
which was packed full for the final playoff., After four quarters of play
the game was all tied up, and the crowd roared. When the following
three minute overtime ended, the score was still tied up and everyone
was on the edge of his seat. When play was resumed again, the officials
had decreed that the first team to make two points would win the game.
In the heated minutes that followed a free throw by John Hines and
another byNorman Witt terminated the game and Nashville mon, 48--16!
What will fate decide?
The tip-off -- and play begins!
FRONT ROW LEFT TO RIGHT Moren Wallace Joe Evllsrzer Vemon Moeller John
Moran Chuck Swarn Iohn Boesrer SECOND ROW Tom Novak Richard Auldrldge
LeRoy Herrmann Fred Groennert Carl Reurer Charles Schlerfer Ted Grzegorek Gene
Payne STANDING Rolf Hohman John Hrnes Norman Wlrr, Ed Frederking, Moms
Olrman Harold Reurer Vemon Sprehe Bill Moss Ray Klosrerhoff Gene Hendricks
David Clark Carl Hohman
As our Annual IS due for prrntmg before track season starts we shall not be
able to grve you the results of thrs year's meets Frve of last year's lettermen
are back agam and our season looks prosperous
Several rmportant thmgs happened rn track last year Nashvrlle had two rep
resentatrves m the State Track Meet held rn Champargn By placrng frrst rn the
100 and ZZO yard dashes rn the Drstrrct Meet at Carbondale Vernon Sprehe qual
rfred for State partrcrpatron In the State Meet Vernon placed srxth m the 100
In the same DlStrlCt Meet John Hrnes placed frrst rn the broadgump wrth a
Jump of 20' 6 1 2" He also partrcrpated 1n the State meet
Nashvrlle also won the Trr County Meet last year The teams and thelr scores
are as follows
29 pomts FOURTH Ashley 15 pornts
On award nrght last year medals were gwen to the three top scorers rn the
Junror Senror classes and to the two top scorers rn the Freshman Sophomore
classes Wrnners were Jr Sr Vernon Sprehe 101 3 4 polnts JohnHrnes 88 1 2
pornts Jrm Hannenberger 53 1 Z pornts Fresh Soph LeRoy Herrmann 64
pornts Thomas Novak 33 pomts
Some of the rmportant meets m whlch Nashvrlle wxllcomplete thrs season are
Aprrl At Hurst
At Herrm Relays
Conference at Sandoval
May At Dupo
10 Carbondale Drstrrct
17 Champaxgn Memorlal Stadrum
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your shoe-Q on Lucyl
You tleklt n e to death'
What dtd you expect clotht
You wanna bet?
Who sat anythmg about sleep:
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place to go
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Now where dm I put that comb?
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Gom Ma way honeychrle?
Isn t thrs the mostest fun? 61 Aw Shucksl
What a nrghtl
Ward 32 October 19 1963
Anna State Asylum
I have Just returned from the Alumn1 Homecommg and knowmg you would
have no opportumty to f1nd out what has happened to your classmates I thought
I would let you 1n on what I found out
I f1rst looked up my dear fr1end JOAN fSPENCERj WITT who was terr1bly
mad that she had had to br1ng the s1x ch1ldren along s1nce she cou1dn't f1nd a
baby s1tter and NOR MAN was out mak1ng busmess calls
PATSY BERRY told me that she was now teach1ng P E 1n OkaWV1llC She
was tellmg me about the wonderful governess she had stay1ng w1th l1ttle
Swengels You mlght remember her DONNA KAY HETERINGTON
I heard that JIMMIE HARRE now has h1s own band They had tr1ed to get
h1m for the Homecomlng Dance but lt seems he had afull schedule H15 latest
vocal1st was none other than M1ss PAULINE RIXMANN Now she 15 taklng a
rest cure 1na sanato 1um the result ofa recent nervous breakdown tsk tsk
too many late hours
The most smartly dressed person there was Pattr Hase QPATTY SUE
I-IASEMEIERJ It looked l1ke she had fulf1lled her amb1t1on that of becom1ng
TED BRAMMEIER 1augh1ngly told me that he had brought a carload of h1s
favor1tes from h1s own Secretar1al School I bel1eve he sa1d they were ADELINE
BR UNE LORRAINE FR EDERKING MARLENE HAAKE AUDREY KELLE,
LAVAYNE SCHWENGLES and MARY ZAPP
I read about RICHARD BONK hav1ng been awarded sc1ent1st of the Year
Award for developmg some k1nd of Atom1c Fert1l1zer
LOIS WEIHE and ELEANOR KURWICKI were tellmg me about the1r nurs1ng
work at Barnes under the famous woman doctor BETTY POLCZYNSKI
I d1dn t get to talk to her but I not1ced FERN WULF had a wonderful tan
Someone told me she had Just returned from Reno after her f1fth dxvorce
MARJORIE GEWE has been pretty busy s1nce her h1gh school days She IS
do1ng double duty as a mother of tw1ns and as the secretary of the 'Fark Dodge
Corpora1ton 1n Hoyleton
Women All Stars not to pass lt up because the star IS DORIS HILDE
WINONA CAMPBELL the w1fe of a Method1st m1ss1onary has her hands
full lookmg after her e1ght k1ds and ass1st1ng her husband
CHARLES DEFEND and BOB TORRENS who started workmg 1n a we f1x
anythmg shop are now makxng moneyhand over f1st Charleshas patentedanew
type of fender the De fender Bob IS d1str1but1ng parts through h1s nat1on w1de
cham of 'Tmker Torrens garaoes
MORRIS KAUFMAN followmg h1s dad's footsteps IS talkmg about a
tr1p to Afr1ca After see1ng the Elephant Boy on telev1s1on he has declded
there 15 more of a demand for barbers over there
Perhaps the happ1est couple 1S POLLY and RAY KLOSTERHOFF They
have a l1ttle trouble w1th the1r tr1plets every now and then though Ray has
Just returned from Europe where he pamted the portra1t of the K1ng of England
BILL MOSS 1S now at college tryxng for h1S masters degree 1n coach1ng
We turned on the TV set Just 1n tune to see BOB MORAN the great
lecturer g1ve h1s annual world wlde lecture on the control of sc1ent1f1c
progress A l1tt1e later we saw LOIS MURPHY Lady Comed1an as a guest
on the Men Kurray show
STANLEY GEPPERT IH sp1te of all h1s trouble w1th women 1S Stlll smgle
and l1v1ng wmth h1s cluckens and cows on h s farm
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MILDRED DARNSTEADT now Mille Malone stopped here for the Home
coming dru1ng her nation w1de tour advert1s1ng her latest p1cture 'Love
KEITH PATTON had liked his Army Job so well that he stayed with it He
was Just recently promoted to chief cook and bottle washer for Battalion 6000
M1ll1ona1re LAVERN MEYER has set out to reach the two million mark
with his chain of world wide f11l1ng stations
JEAN SCHAEFFER has recently turned from social work She 1S now in
India trying to charm the Snakes with her flute I bet she'll have some in
teresting stor1es to tell when she gets back
LELAND TUBBS 1S now living the l1fe of a woman hater on his two acre
farm after ten attempts at marriage
COACH REUTER IS about to give up the hope of ever sendmg a team to
State Mrs RUETER JANE that is doesn't seem to be having to much
trouble with the forty senors and senorrtas in her Spanish Class
HELEN COATS is now singing with her sisters in that good old fashioned
BOB MAY 15 now mak1ng good use of his 'main hlgh school ab1l1ty he runs
the May truck line Service anywhere anyplace anytime'
Our vivacious 11ttle blonde NANCY NEWMAN 15 now on Broadway She
has taken over Carol Chann1ng's place in "Gentlemen Prefer Blondes
VERNON SPR EHE had to m1ss the I-Iornecorn1ng since he is now 1n Europe
touring as the most famous person ever to take part in the Olympics He en
tered e1ght events and placed first 1n all of them
NORMAN SCHWENGELS was celebrating for another reason Justlast week
he struck oil for the seventeenth t1me on h1s 500 acre plot of land
NORMA ZACHEIS 1S now a 'ham" radio announcer trying desperately to
keep rad1o alive It seems she msulted a television program and Just escaped
having to pay a thousand dollar fine because of the brilliance of her lawyer
none other than WESLEY PITCHFORD
I mustn't leave out my own husband JOHN test p11ot for the Jet Ace
may Join you because of lt Until then
I Emma Lier
P S Please read this letter to the people in padded cell No 46 Iam sure they
will be interested They are as follows Miss Costelo Phyllis Cook Mrs
Klehn Miss Kleeman Coach Day Mr Gummershimeer Mr Martin Mr
Purdy Mr Sharp Miss Snead Miss Str1eker Mr von Allmen Mr W1lS0n
and Mr Smith P S S If they don't recall the people ment1oned1nth1s letter
ask them who was the cause of their having to take up their present reS1dCnC0
IDENTIFY OF BABY PICTURES
1 Fern Wulf 2 Nancy Newman 3 Ted Brammerer 4 Lorrame Frederking 5 Lavayne Schwengels 6 Jean Schaeffer
7 Winona Campbell 8 Eleanor Kurwlckl 9 Audrey Kelle IO Norman Wrtt ll Pauline Rrxmann I2 Faye Homes
I3 Lois Welhe I4 Patty Sue l-lasemerer I5 Bob Torrens I6 Marlene Haake 17 Mary Zapp IB Helen COSIS
I9 Marjorie Gewe 20 Patsy Berry 2I Norma Zachers 22 SaMary Homburg 23 John Hines 24 Bob May 25
Betty Polczynskr 26 Patty Mrller
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A Dream Comes True ....
Yes a dream of faculty members parents and students has come true
Jomed to the north sxde of the gymnaslum IS one of the most modern school
cafeter1as mn Illlnoms The fxrst ldeas for thxs new add1t1on orlgmated from
the Parent Teachers' Assoc1at1on
The entxre structure IS 40 x 80 feet a concrete brlck and tlle bu1ld1ng
matchxng the gym The mterxor of the bulldxngxs of glazed tlle walls asphalt
floormg and a tlle board cellmg It lS almost totally flreproof the only wood
bemg ln the doorfacmgs etc Of course thls cafeterxa lxke others m ets
the requxrements of the Federal Lunch Act
From the begxnnmg the cafeterla was planned from the standpomnts of
bemg well llghted well heated and well vent1lated These po1nts have been
carrled out to the fullest degree
Foldlng type d1n1ng room tables and chalrs have been used so that the
cafeterxa mlght be used for other purposes such as a band oom proJect1on
room or a room for varlous soc1al and school funct1ons The dxnlng room
wlll seat 256 students under 1ts present cafeterla system
The kltchen and store rooms are separate from the dxnmg room wxth
sl1d1ng door part1t1ons The food storage room lS located near the west
entrance to the bulldmg for easy del1ver1es
All the kltchen equlpment IS of stalnless steel
Thxs cafeter1a whlch lS the property of School D1str1ct 49 wlll be run
on a non prof1t bas1s It wlll be 1n the hands of four capable cooks and per
haps some h1gh school help the dmmg room These cooks w1ll act as
dletlclans and plan the meals well as prepare them
I.,et's take our hats off to thls step forward ln our own Nashvllle School
NIXI may Liu xluaoolxs
MYERS AND CO INC TOPEKA KANSAS
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