Neoga High School - Tomahawk Yearbook (Neoga, IL)

 - Class of 1949

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Each year the halls lose many important, worthwhile students, but in return new students are always replacing those who leave. The students are ever moving onward through the trials and tribulations of life. This movement can easily be compared to the important westward move- ment of our forefathers. This year- one hun- dred years after the famous Gold Rush of 1849 we thirty-seven seniors compose this book with comparison to the romantic days of the "'49'ers." , Neoga High School I x 1 ,ML - Q'5'li ,, 'iglx N xx- , . X-X. X f XX X, -X ,x X ...1.?Niw-Q- --,Q:QrQ'A ' A. ,f V " E' Y, ' ,fa '--J " .41 . 1 .' , - wx ,V ,V L , ,.. x rs., fd' .- up . ,- ,.f Y -I --- Y -f ff' q W 7 2? Q ,. -' ,7,- Q ..f ,X V-, TOMAHAWK DEDICATION We dedicate this book to the Board of Educa- tion that has made this year possible. They have given their "all out efforts" for this school unit. Neoga High School IN MEMORIAM This book is composed in memory of Tommie Lawson. He met his death a few weeks before he would have started his high school career with the forty-niners. ' THE TRAIL BLAZERS TOMAHAWK BOARD OF DIRECTORS The Board of Directors elected, following the organization of the new school unit, were as follows: Carl Wilson, presidentg Robert J. Woolery, secretaryg Earl Ellisg Maurice Walkg Richard Petersg Clayton Doll and William White: These men are a very important factor in the satisfactory operation of the school. Among their duties are hiring teachers and seeing that the school is conducted according to set regulations. We feel that it is our duty to dedicate this space in the Tomahawk to these men with an' expression of gratitude and appreciation for what they have done. Neoga High School dl' THE TQQIL, BLQZERS ,. .rn 4,24 CBN .. W' Q dbz' J PRESXDEN 7 iiifflferi J 'ifzfaalezy 5EcfeE771Ry ' -Q. N. X X J I X 1. "T, -. ' .1 x A 1 Gig H. ' ,' , 22 " ' ' , Ns H '1 A, 1:1-. L - M J U! Wkiie TOMAHAWK SCHOOL SONG So let us cheer, cheer, cheer Neoga High, And show our loyalty each dayg With faith in all our standards We will The scarlet and the grayg back And we will fight! fight! with all our might For honor and for cause of right. Give three cheers for team and school- Three cheers for Neoga High: RAH! RAH! RAH! N eoga High School TOMAHAWK - gg For the first time in many moons, the word "Township" is being dropped from the name of our school, this change resulted from the organization of the Neoga Community Unit School District near the close of last school year. Henceforth the high school will carry the label "Neoga High School" with the "Township" being omitted. The Neoga Unit School District No. 3 was organized in May 1948 and comprised territories in Cumberland, Coles, and Shelby Counties. The Unit was formed by an overwhelming vote in. both rural and urban territories. Soon after the organization of the unit district, the following men were elected to the Board of Education: Carl Wilson, Robert Wool- ery, W. E. Ellis, Maurice Walk, W. D. White, Richard Peters, and E. R. Brown, with Mr. Wilson serving as the President and Mr. Woolery as Secretary. In September of this school year Mr. Brown resigned as member due to transfer of his work. His vacancy was filled by Clay- ton Doll of Trowbridge. Hard work on the part of these board members, together with the co-operation of the patrons in the Unit District, has enabled the Unit to realize an improvement in education, transporta- tion, administration, and health of the pupils enrolled. On March 6, the newest building of the unit at Pioneer Attendance Center, was officially dedicated with an appropriate program and an attendance of nearly one thousand. At the present time one high school is in operation in the Unit, and elementary attendance centers at Etna, Trowbridge, Neoga Grade, Pioneer Con Route No. 1213, West Union and Lone Elm. Thirty teachers comprise the teaching personnel of the Unit and have met on numerous occasions during the year for study to aid in self- improvement. Eight buses are owned by the Unit and are driven by drivers who have been examined by the State Department to determine their qual- ifications as to health and experience in driving. The people have accepted the Unit as an organization which poten- tially, can greatly improve and equalize the education of youth in this community. Neoga High School TOMAHAWK GUIDES Neoga High School TOMAHAWK - - WAYNE HANCE A. B. and M. A. in Ed. at U. I. Superintendent of Neoga Commun- ity Unit School District No. 3 Home Town-Newman, Illinois JAMES LEMING LOREN TAYLOR A. B. in Ed. at S. I. U. B. S. in Agriculture at U. I. M. A. in Ed. at U. I. Vocational Agriculture, Biology Economics, English IV, F. F. A. Sponsor, Tomohawk Advi- Senior Sponsor sor, Sophomore Sponsor Athletic Director Home Town-Cutler, Illinois Home Town-Mill Shoals, Illinois CLAIRE CAMPBELL MARILYN DRAKE B S inEd atE.I.S.C. A. B. in Hispanic Studies at U. W. . . . History, Spanish, Typing, Bookkeeping, Shorthand, ' G' l ' P. E., Messenger Advisor, Tomahawk Advisor Home Town-Mt. Carmel, Illinois RALPH WHITE B. S. in Ed. at E. I. S. C. Industrial Arts, Baseball Coach Freshman Sponsor Home Town--Rose Hill, Illinois MARGERY RASMUSSEN B. S. at Illinois Wesleyan General Science, Algebra . Geometry, Physics, Library Sophomore Sponsor ll' Home Town- Bloomington, I mo is II' S A. A. Junior Sponsor G. , Home Town--Edgewood, Illinois ELIZABETH HOLLADAY B. S. in Music Ed. at U. I. Band Glee Club, Tomahawk Advisor, Freshman Sponsor Home Town-TDe1and, 'Illinois WANDA JUNE BELL B. S. in Ed. at. 'E. I. S. C. Home Economics, Girls' P. E. G. A. A., AF. H. A. Sponsor, . Junior Sponsor Home Town-Windsor, Illinois PATRICIA NEAL ' A. B'. at U. I. English, Library, Senior Sponsor Home Town--Mattoon, Illinois 1 CLEM P. WENTE ANN BURRY Janitor for seven years Secretary Neoga High School A THE SCOUTE5 L K A-A., 91221 2147256 Hike ikylaz' my Q, iflzt fezzzzzzj It O N f..,. ,X 7 M135 Lydllgvgly X flfizi-i Z7mke THE SCOUTS Mrs Wdffadaff M11-fs Wzsmuffefz , M125 ff'ZwZ Qffri, W!! 91115 Zfzzfly M11 fllfzfzfe TOMAHAWK Neoga High School TOMAgHAWK gg RECORD OF THE FORTY-NINERS In September, 1945 thirty-eight Freshmen entered Neoga Township High School. We now have thirty-seven, although all of them are not the same students that entered. Among the ones we have lost are: De- lores Delong, Winona Cross, Thelma Lou Beals, Sara Ann Abel, John Baker, Don Wold, and Richard Ogden. The ones we have gained are: Donna Stuckey, Pauline Burton, Jeanine Brown, Claudius Goad, and Cleo Goad. The business of this class during their senior year has been efficiently guided by Bill Montgomery, president, Richard Kepp, vice-president, Janet Green, secretary-treasurer, and Miss Neal and Mr. Taylor as fac- ulty sponsors. We have had many memorable activities in the past four years, the highlight of which was the opening of the "Stork Club' at our Prom of '48 Also as Juniors we presented "My Wife's Family," a three act comedy. Among our Homecoming Activities we sponsored an Alumni Tea and a bonfire. At the Homecoming Dance the king and queen, Bill Montgomery and Janet Green, were seniors and also the attendants, Eleanor Louthan, Raymond Bushur, Jeanine Brown, Bill Wilson, Gilbert Kingery and Donna Stuckey were members of the Senior Class. The financing of the Tomahawk has been accomplished by a carnival, selling ads, the Senior Class Play and magazine sales. The Senior Class realizes the experiences gained in their four years at N. H. S., both social and educational, will aid them in the pursuit of their respective careers. Neoga High School TOMAHAWK MOST POPULAR BEST PERSONALITY ,.,., .. ,,.......,., MOST LIKELY TO SUCCEED .O..., BEST DANCER ,.,.,.,. ..,,.... ........ .....,.. BEST DRESSED . COMEDIAN K....,.. BEST MUSICIAN BEST ATHLETE ......., BEST SCHOLAR ...,... GIGGLER ..... K....... .....v A . CLASS TRUANT SENIORS Bill Montgomery ..,,.... Janet Green Bill Wilson ,..........S Eleanor Louthan Julian Kimery ....,,,.,o.. Sylve Michlig Gene Fox ...N.....,..L,... Jeanine Brown Bill Montgomery ..,. Darlene Gaddis Bill Wilson ., .,,.,............ Marge Lindley Gene Fox ..,.. ,. ,..,.,,... Eleanor Louthan Ken Wolf .,.....,. ..... B .- Sylve Michlig Dean Gordon ..,... -- ...., Janet Green Dick Rawlings -. ......,. Marge Lindley Donald Bell ..,.,r, ....... H azel Beals Neoga High School TOMAgHApWK,vvw -V TOMAHAWK With the guidance of Miss Campbell and Mr. Leming the seniors published this, the traditional yearbook. The purpose of this annual is to print in black and white the highlights of the past year of school activities. We hope our attempt can be called a success. To raise the needed funds we sponsored the annual Homecoming Dance, a carnival, a class play, and a magazine-selling campaign. Dean Gordon was elected editor, Norma Jean Wolke, assistant editor, Ruth Drennan, business manager, and Bill Montgomery, advertising man- ager. We wish to express our sincere thanks to all those who assisted us in publishing this annual, including lower classmen, local merchants, friends, and supporters. First Row: Don Bell, Gib Kingery, Richard Kepp, Julian Kimery, Dick Rawlings, Claud Goad, Carl Scoles, Gene Fox. Second Row: Jeanine Brown, Hazel Beals, Eloise Haskett, Louise Miller, Ann Snyder, Donna Beals, Sylve Michlig, Donna Fort, Judy Parker, Donna Stuckey, Cleo Goad. , Third Row: Dean Gordon, Norma Wolke, Louise Jones, Betty Baker, Janet Green, Doris Icenogle, Marjorie Lindley, Darlene Gaddis, Mary Lou Wente, Ruth Drennan, Mary Morton, Lulu Belle Zimmer, Rose White, Mary Patrick, Mr. Leming. Fourth Row: Dorothy Beals, Pauline Burton, Bill Wilson, Bill Montgo- mery, Ken Wolf, Bill Farr, Ray Bushur, John Shuemaker, Pete Stretch, Eleanor Louthan, Dolores Wilson. Neoga. High School am ar m lwzm Jw: 4144124 Wai! ffexzwzz E01 7' HR H5515 TIN 7' E01 T02 805Mff55 170134657 r7PVERfl5llV5 NHNFFER .i.T... me 5PON5z7R TOMAHAWK --M 3 - MY SECRET AMBITION ROSE WHITE-To be a nurse. PAULINE BURTON-To type 60 words per minute. DONNA STUCKEY-To be an office girl. DORIS ICENOGLE-To be a private secretary. DARLENE GADDIS-To be a beautician. MARY LOU WENTE-To be a secretary. MARY PATRICK-To be an air hostess. DICK RAWLINGS-To be a good meat cutter. JEANINE BROWN-To get a good sun tan. KEN WOLF-To be a good basketball and baseball player. LOUISE JONES-To be a beauty operator. MARY MORTON-To be a dress designer. LULU BELLE ZIMMER-To be a stenographer. SYLVIA MICHLIG-To be a millionairess and live in luxury! JANET GREEN-To be a private secretary. HAZEL BEALS-To be a public speaker! DEAN GORDON-To coach in a small college! CLEO GOAD-To be a nurse. H BETTY BAKER-To be a Physical Education and Home Ec teacher. BILL FARR-To coach a championship team! DOROTHY BEALS-To be a beauty operator. RUTH DRENNAN-To be a nurse. RAYMOND BUSHUR-To be a professional baseball player. NORMA JEAN WOLKE-To be a Commerce teacher in a small high school. ELEANOR LOUTHAN-To be a nurse. DONALD BELL-To go to school more often. p BILL WILSON-To have a Buick that will go 104 miles per hour. JULIAN KIMERY-To sell life rafts in the Sahara. GENE FOX-To play the trumpet like Harry James and Charlie Spivak. MARGE LINDLEY-To be a beautician. . f CLAUDIUS GOAD-To be an A-1 farmer. JOHN SHUEMAKER-To have more than ten girl friends at one time. GILBERT KINGERY-To be a big game hunter. RICHARD KEPP-To be a baseball player. PETE STRETCH-To be an airplane pilot. BILL MONTGOMERY-To be a successful businessman. CARL SCOLES-To pitch a no-hit baseball game. Neoga High School TOMAHAWK BILL MONTGOMERY "Monk" Tomahawk ..,..... Homecoming King ...... - ,... 4 Messenger ........ N Club .,.,.... ........ Glee Club o....o Basketball ,.....,. Baseball ......,. Commerce Club Class President -- . ...... -- 4 3-4 1-2-3-4 .L .... .,..,,. 3 Vice-President .,..,... ........ .... 2 Pep Club .,., RICHARD E. KEPP uKeppieu Student Council Tomahawk ,.....,. Messenger ........ 2 4 4 President "N" Club ...g.. ......g. 4 Glee Club -.- ,,.. ........ . .- - Basketball ...... Class Play ........ Baseball ,... Softball ...... 3-4 1-2-3-4 - ..,..., 3-4 2-3-4 JEANINE BROWN HN-eanu Class Officer ,..,,,., ........ .....,, ....... 3 Homecoming Court ...... ..... .... 4 Tomahawk ..,..,.. ........ - ........ 3 -4 Messenger ....,... ,....... - . ...... -- 2-3-4 G. A. A. a,...... ..,..... ....,... ..,..... 1 - 2 -3-4 F. H. A. President ...... ........ .... 3 F. H. A. ........ 2-3-4 Glee Club ........ ..... . -- 2-3-4 Pep Club .,...... Class Play Octet ........ ........ Commerce Club 1-2-3-4 3 3 1-2-3-4 JANET GREEN "Janie" Homecoming Queen ...... Homecoming Court . G. A. A. .....a.. ...,.,.. ....... . G. A. A. Vice-President Messenger ........ ........ ........ ........ Class Officer ..... Class Play ........ Tomahawk ..... - Glee Club ..... .... Pep Club 4 2-4 2-3-4 1-4 3-4 3-4 3-4 1-2-3-4 F. H. A. ........ .... ........ 2 - 4 Library Club ........ ........ 2 -3-4 Library Officer ........ ........ 4 Commerce Club ........ ........ ........ 3 ELEANOR LOUTHAN "E11en" Class Officer ........ ........ Homecoming Court ........ Messenger ........ ........ . - 1-2 3-4 Tomahawk ........ ........ - .... 4 G. A. A. ........ ........ ........ ........ 1 - 2 -3 G. A. A. President ........ ........ 4 Glee Club -.- .... ........ ..... ........ 2 - 3 -4 Pep Club ........ ....... ........ 1 - 2-3-4 Cheerleader ........ .,..... 2 -3-4 Library Club -.- ...... -- 2-3-4 Commerce Club ........ ........ 3 Class Play ........ .... 4 Neoga High School 09 Z2?f'f' Q I Fl Jane? green 550- - 26775. J . fzfllghzlfl 1 .qu '- i , ' w ff,-.. ,.-. - ' - L.: Q - . af-sljl ' " I 1 . Y 1 . , - ' . - 'Qi' fl - .3:. - ' '-"Y - "tx " ' i A' 1 -'---.. F u -. . . ,.,' " rg-- '.., 1- ',-- .-'---'V - , ' -rf TOMAHAWK "FORWARD EVER: BACKWARD NEVER." Neoga High Schoql 'r o M A 1-I A W K Madonna Sfuekev Raymond snatch Pauline Burion "Donna" "Pete" "Pony" Transfer T Toledo 4 Tomahawk ,--,-w-- --PP 4 Transfer Q Toledo 4 Temahawk -------- ff-- ff Pep Club ..,..... 1-2-3-4 Tomahawk ,.,-,,A.,----- 4 Messenger ---ee--- ---- e F. F. A. ..A. ....... .- 1-3-4 Pep Club ,.,.,A,,-,--,,,- 4 Glee Club -----e- e----- - 4 Commerce Club .... 3 G. A. A. ......,. C... . .- 4 Pep Club ..,..... ..,. . .. 4 Homecoming Court -1 William Farr Mary Morion "Willie" "Suzie Q" Tomahawk ................ 4 Tomahawk -,--VwV,A,,-.-ww 4 F. F. A. ......e....,...ll..... 3 F, H, A, ,,-,,,,,w.v,..,-,- 2-4 "N" Club .----------------- 4 Glee Club .,....,.,l.... 3-4 Band ---------------- -- 1-2-3-4 Library Club ..... 2 Basketball .e..e......... 3-4 Basketball Mgr. .... 2 Pep Club ,...,... 1-2-3-4 John Shuernaker Hazel Beals Rose White "J ohnnY" "HWY" "Basie" Tgmahawk ------w--,A,--s- 4 T01'f1ahaWk w..,.....,...,.. 4 TOI'I'1ah3-Wk -..-----...----- 4 F. F. A, ,-,,----,------,-, 3-4 Messenger e,,e.A,,.,..-, 2-3 Library ,.......,... -. 2-3-4 pep Club eA.,,,,. 1-2-3-4 F. H. A. ....,..,,,,,,. 1-2-3-4 G. A. A. ...-...... 1-2-3-4 Pep Club .......... 1-2-3-4 F. H. A. --..---..-.. 1-2-3-4 Glee Club ...,...,.. 2-3-4 Pep Club . .....,. 1-2-3-4 Neoga High School Bfxxx , fivx frfzymwl Slfzkfk Www Farina fluff Ig ' Wie I P is N1 W 4 1 I W ii 1, r I i I 1 '1 Q I N L 1 TOMAHAWK R STUFF Mr. Lerning: "What's a loafer?" S' Mr. White: "A loafer is a man who rests before he gets tired." 1- 1 A boy applying for a job at a butchershop asked, "What is the pay?" "Three dollars a week. Can you dress a chicken?" "Not on three dollars a week!" A A Politician: "My boy says he would like a job in your department." Official: "What can he do?" Politician: "Nothing" Official: "That simplies it. We won't have to break him in." I I Judge: "I understand that the two men were hitting each other with chairs. Why didnit you try to make peace with them?" Witness: "There Wasn't another chair in the room." A A Excited wife: fto lost and found department clerkj "Miss, I'm frantic! I've been hunting my husband for fifteen minutes." Clerk: "You should worry. I've been hunting for one for seven years." I I Mrs. Drake: "How's your aunt to-day?" Mr. Taylor: "Oh, she can't complain." Mrs. Drake: L'Heavens, I didn't know she was that sick!" I- 1- The Washington Biological Survey, which puts metal bands on wild birds to study their migratory habits, recently ordered new bands with different and more detailed wording. They now read, "Notify fish and wildlife services, Washington, D. C." Formerly the bands said simply, "Wash. Boil. Serve." Unofficial explanation of the change was taken from an irate citi- zen's letter. He complained: "Sirs: I shot down one of your pet crows and followed instructions. I Washed it, boiled it, and served it. It was terrible. Stop fooling the people." Neoga High School T O M A H A W K - Gilbert D. Kingery Sylve Michlig Dean L. Gordon "Gib" "Sleeve" "Gordon" Class Presidente.- 2-3 Tomahawk 1-3-4 Tomahawk ....,... 1-2-3 Homecoming C'rt 3-4 Messenger .,,.,,.... 1-3-4 Ed. of Tomahawk 4 Tomahawk ,,,,, Q ,,,,.... 4 G. A. A. ............ 1-3-4 Messenger -.-..,,... 1-2-3 Messenger ,.v,.s....,,4... 4 Band ..,..e....s,4....s.. 1-3-4 Ed. of Messenger ,... 4 V-Pres. "N" Club -. 4 Glee Club ,....,..,..... 3-4 Off- uf N Club -- 4 Glee Club .,,.,4..,.,, 3-4 Pep Club ..........,. 1-3-4 Baud ------------------ 1-2-3-4 Basketball .e....,, 1-2-3-4 Pep Club Pres. .,,e.. 4 Glee Club ------------ 3-4 Pep Club ..,...w. 1-2-3-4 Carnival Mgr. ...s.... 4 Basketball -------- 1'2'3'4 Class Play ,.,,e,.e,.,, 3-4 Library ...,P44.P...44e....... 3 Pep Club ---------- 1-2-3-4 Baseball ss,.,.....,.,. 2-3-4 Library Officer ...... 4 Llbfafy Club ---------- 2 Softball a.,.v,a ,.,,..,. 1 Commerce Club ,,,, 4 Class Play ------------ 3-4 Class Play .,..a..,..,. 3-4 OCtCt --------------- ------- 3 Softball --.C ,..s...,....,,. -- 1 ' Baseball ....,. ,.... 2 -3-4 Ruih Drennan Wayne D. Rawlings "Suzie" "Dick" Tomahawk Business Tomahawk aa.s,..,a,,i4.,, x 4 Manager ....,...,. 4 Pep Club .,....,... 1-2-3-4 Library ......,., ,. .a.,,. 2-3-4 Band a,........,..,.. 1-2-3-4 Marjorie Lindley M. Julian Kimery Darlene Gaddis "Marge" "Duke" "Darling" Tomahawk ..,4.....a....4, 4 Tomahawk ..,.... 4 Tomahawk .,,.,,,.,,,,-.,. 4 G. A. A. ..,,i.....,. 1-2-3-4 Messenger ,..,.,v..,.. 3-4 G. A. A. ,,,.,,,. 1-2-3-4 F. H. A. ....... ---- 1-2-3-4 F. F. A. .................... 3 F. H, A, ,.,.,,.... 1-2-3-4 Glee Club .......... 2-3-4 Band ......... .. ...... 1-2-3-4 Pep Club ........ 1-2-3-4 Pep Club ........ 1-2-3-4 Glee Club ............ 3-4 Glee Club ,......,,. 2-3-4 Library Club ...... 2-3 Pep Club . 1-2-3-4 Commerce Club ...... 3 Commerce Club .... 3 Class Play ....... 4 Class Play .....,.....,.... 4 Class Play ...,............ 4 Neoga High School flldlyazx f!'d!Z V 'flfyfil Z WL Jaliau Mzwzy iylve M2219 Zfeau .61 TOMAHAWK w LAST WILL AND TESTAMENT OF THE '49'ers. We, the '49'ers, of the City of Neoga, of Parched Earth County, and State of ILL-noise, being of sound mind CPD and memory texcept at exam timej do hereby publish and declare this to be our last will and testa- ment made by us as inmates of this fair institution. First we direct that: MR. HANCE shall never be required to put up with another class like us. MISS CAMPBELL shall receive a responsive American History class. Mr. LEMIN G shall subscribe to a correspondence joke telling course. MR. TAYLOR shall be given a brand new automobile Cpreferably a Crosleyl. MISS RASMUSSEN shall be given a platinum-plated slide rule. MRS. BELL shall receive a book on how to settle arguments. MR. WHITE shall receive an automatic board stretcher for the shop. MRS. DRAKE shall receive a 60 word per-minute shorthand class. MRS. HOLLADAY shall receive an unbreakable metal baton. MRS. BURRY shall receive a supply of correction fluid "PETE" WENTE shall receive an easy-rest mattress to rest on after working hours. As an individual: I, NORMA JEAN WOLKE, will my quietness to RUTH STUCKEY. I, ROSE WHITE, will my ability to type to MARGARET WASSOM. I, LULU BELLE ZIMMER, will my bookkeeping book to any un- lucky person. I, CLAUDIUS GOAD, will my job as manager to KENNY ANDRES. I, GENE FOX, will my whiskers to RICHARD SMITH. 1, RICHARD KEPP, will my ability to play basketball to AMOS OVERMYER. I, JEANINE BROWN, will my ability to sing to DON KIMERY. GILBERT KINGERY will my best girl to BILL CLARK. Z DORIS ICENOGLE, will my Home Economics book to ANN HUFF J ULIAN ' ' ' ' I I I, KIMERY, will my shiny limousine to DICK LUEDKE. I, HAZEL BEALS, will my shorthand book to BETTY MUMMEL. I, DOROTHY BEALS, will my loud mouth to SHIRLEY MOORE. I, LOUISE JONES, will my lack of height to GOLDIE HILL. I, JOHN SHUEMAKER, will my new car to BUDDY SANDERS. I, KENNETH WOLF, will my height to BOBBY WILSON. N eoga High School TOMAHAWK Kenneth Wolf Betty Baker Claudius Goad "FUZZY" "Bei" "ClauCl" T01T1al'laWk -,,------------- 4 Tomahawk ....,...,... 4 Tomahawk .,............ -- 4 F- F- A- ---.--. - -----.... 173 Messenger .......... 2-3-4 F. F. A. ,.,,,..,-,,.--.,-- , 3 "NH Club ----- ----- 4 G. A. A. .................. 1 4 V-Pres. F. F. A. 4 Band ---------------.---.---. 1-2 F. H. A. ............ 1-2-3-4 "N" Club ..,...,........,,. 4 Glee Club ---------.------ 4 Pep Club ........ 1-2-3-4 Basketball Mgr. -- 3-4 Basketball ..-..-...- 2-3-4 Library ................ 2-3-4 Pep Club .......... 1-2-3-4 PGP Club ------- -- 1-2-3-4 Commerce Club .... 3 Baseball ....,.,........... 3-4 Lulu Belle Zimmer Gene Fox "Lou" "Foxie" Tgmahawk ,,,,,,,,.,,.,l,, 4 TOI1'18.l'18.Wk ,,.,......,.,... 4 Library ...,.,,....,,. 2-3-4 Messenger .............. 2-3 G, A, A, ......,...,.,....... 1 F. F. A. .................... 1-3 F, H, A. ,,.,,,,... 1-2-3-4 "NH Club .................. 4 Pep Club --,4.,,, 1-2-3-4 Band ................ 1-2-3-4 Band -,-.------,, --,,,--, 1 -2 Pep .......... 1-2-3-4 Messenger ,,,,.,,.V,,,,, 2-4 Library Club ........ 2-3 Glee Club ..,,....., 2-3-4 Class Play ................ 3 C1355 Play ,.-,.,..,.,, 3-4 Baseball .................. 3-4 Commerce Club .... 3 Student Council 1-2-3 Glee Club .............. 3-4 Doris Icenogle Bill Wilson Dorothy Beals "I. C." "Bill" "Dot" Band V...,,,.,....... 1-2-3-4 F. F. A- .....-.............. 1 Tomahawk -.,...,..-.-,,,- 4 Glee Club .......... 2-3-4 Off- Of F- F- A- ---- 3 Messenger ..........,... 2-3 G, A. A. ....... ...... 3 4 Class Officer -------.-- 2 G. A. A. ....... -- 1-2-3-4 Messenger ................ 4 Basketball Mgr- ---- 2 F. H. A. ........ 1-2-3-4 Tomahawk -------,,,-- . B3Sketb3.l.l ............ 3-4 Library --A---h--------- 2-3-4 Pep Club ........ 1-2-3-4 Class Play --..-.-.---- 34 Glee Club .............. 3-4 F. H. A. ............... ---- 4 Tomahawk ------- ------ 4 Pep Club ...... - 1-2-3-4 Class Play ....,.,....... 3-4 "N" Club -----------.---.-- 4 Commerce Club .... 3 Glee Club Homecoming Court 4 Pep Club ...... 1-2-3-4 Neoga High School l Ziamez' few 991 fan? fdfdgij gil!! TOMAHAWK M I, RAYMOND BUSHUR, will my place as Captain of the basketball team to BOB PRICE. I, JANET GREEN, will my Homecoming crown to DOLORES WILSON. I. SYLVE MICHLIG, will my sportsmanship to BARBARA MOORE. I, BILL WILSON, will my ability to read history to anyone who likes to read. ' I, CARL SCOLES, will my misbehavior to CHARLES ROY. I, MARGE LINDLEY, will my working ability to anyone who likes to Work. I, MARY LOU WENTE, will my man to my kid sister, PATSY. ' I, DARLENE GADDIS, will my blonde hair to SHIRLEY DOW. I, BILL MONTGOMERY, will my duties as President to RUSSELL BLAIR. I, DON BELL, will my car to my brother, TOM. I, ELEANOR LOUTHAN, will my cheerleading suit to LOUISE LANE. I, BETTY BAKER, will my athletic ability to ANN SNYDER. I, MARY PATRICK, will my broken fingers to anyone who likes doctors. I, PAULINE BURTON, will my smiles to MRS. BELL. I, MARY MORTON, will my diamond ring to MARGARET SAUNDERS. I, RUTH DRENNAN, will my horn lessons to SHIRLEY STEWART. I, PETE STRETCH, will my F. F. A. reporter job to LARRY GREEN. I, DICK RAWLINGS, will my motor bike to KEITH MYERS. I, CLEO GOAD, will my smiles to BETTY STUCKEY. E I, DONNA STUCKEY, will my ability to cut stencils to DONNA B ALS. I, BILL FARR, will my bench sitting at basketball games to DAVID CASSTEVENS. WITNESSES: J. SHOOTEMUP A N. R. CACTUSTOOTH D. L. SCREWBALL CLASS PROPHECY June, 1949. Dear Mr. Hance: I just received a patent on my Tele-future machine. Maybe you would like to know the latest on the 49er's of N, H. S. As you know, I have invented the Tele-future to see what each member will be in that hazy fog of the future. The first thing I got on my screen was the big game between the Neoga Indians and the Trowbridge Terriors, now both profesional teams in the big league. I saw Kepp out on first and Fuzz in the center field. Fuzz is the "Indians" home-run king, and I could hardly believe my eyes when I noticed N eoga High School TOMAHAWK Mary Lou Wenie Raymond Bushur Mary Patrick ll ll ll ll llpatll Tomahawk ........,,..,.., 4 Tomahawk ....... ..,.. 4 Tomahawk ....,....,.,..,. 4 G. A. A. ,.,......, 1-2-3-4 F. F. A. ..,........,.,...,.. 3 G. A. A. ,.,.. ........ 1 -2 F. H. A. .......... 1-2-3-4 "N" Club ........,,...... 4 A. ................ 1-2 Commerce Club ,.,. 3 Glee Club .....o..o....... 4 Glee Club ..........C..... 4 Glee Club ................ 4 Basketball Captain 4 Pep Club ........ 1-2-3-4 Pep Club ...,.,.. 1-2-3-4 Basketball ....o,...... 3-4 Class Play ............ 3-4 Library Club ,... 1-2-3-4 Pep Club ..,......l...... 3-4 Commerce Club ,..... 3 Homecoming Court 4 Baseball ....,,,........,., 3-4 ' Donald Bell Cleo Goad "Ding Dong" "C1oie" Tomahawk ....,...s....... 4 Tomahawk ..........o,.... 4 Glee Club ,.......,....... 3 Messenger .,.....,,. 2-3-4 Pep Club ........ .1-2-3-4 F. H. A. .......... 1-2-3-4 Commerce Club .... 3 Glee club ................ 4 Pep Club ........ 1-2-3-4 Norma Jean Wolke Carl Scoles Louise Jones "Norm" "Cedric" "Weezie" Associate Editor Tomahawk ................ 4 Tomahawk -,,,,.q-,-,-,,-- 4 Tomahawk ........ 4 Homecoming Court 3 F. H. A, ,.,,,,-,o.,. 1-2-3-4 Library .............. 2-3-4 Messenger ................ 4 G. A. A, ,,,,,-,, 1-2-3-4 F. H. A. ............ 2-3-4 "N" Club ................ 4 Glee Club ,.,,A'--My-- 3-4 Pep Club ........ 1-2-3-4 Glee Club .............. 3-4 Pep Club ,-'---,, 1-2-3-4 Messenger ....... 1- 2-3-4 Basketball ...... 1-2-3-4 Commerce Club .... 3 Glee Club ................ 4 Pep Club ........ 1-2-3-4 G, A, A. .,,.,.,..,.,...,.... 1 Softball ..........,.,.,.,.,,.. 1 Commerce Club .... 3 Baseball ...-.-........ 2-3-4 , Class Play ................ 4 Commerce Club .... 3 Class Officer ........ 2-3 Neoga High School L Y .Y 5 n- -ff Qiaxj MS Warm Jazz ?2iwyWfz'z2'2 1305 l ,. I . mf ' , ,., W Q iw 1 X 'RWTH Dfcnnnn 'Nga I 7 Y . El81.nor lvoufhgn Julun mmerj ' l F ' ff' 'S 0 I ,iii - Jctnine 8'.vn clgd .. . 3, In-Galle Jlnea xv. ' J I ' ' ' ff ly it Y, ' 1A , '--"- B-'I' ri-um -R J F, ,.j Daffy 'Baller ? J han, Bill Mmfpanery E 5f""x'f 'hu line 4 K Mlrforib kip. dig, 'ClluJ Ik! Gugj, 5 II Iesnagla Jlovmm' lean Mm, insnf H TOMAHAWK E-n M who the umpire behind the plate was.,It was Bill Farr, the basketball hot rod of N. H. S. back in '49. I turned the button and what should I get but Metropolitan Opera. Sylve Michlig is the contralto who has gained much fame. Pete Stretch is the conduc- tor of the orchestra, also, Sylve's husband. She is still a domineering wife. Across the street, at the Black Front Cafe, Donald Bell is playing the piano for the chorus line. The gorgeous brunette third from the left was none other than Dorothy Beals. The former Norma Jean Wolke, now Mrs. Bell, was keeping her eye on Don. Next I saw Carl Scoles as president of the Mid-Continent Map Company. It seems his wife, Janet, gave him his start in business. You probably know by now that Dean Gordon is coach at U. C. L. A. He coaches one of the best basketball teams on the west coast. Due to a disap- pointment in love while in high school he has remained a confirmed bachelor. Eleanor and Bill Wilson have just cleared the mortgage on their farm. The first thing they are going to buy is a new car. Bill had worn the '49 Buick out courting Eleanor in high school days. On an adjoining farm Doris Icenogle has settled down to pig raising. I see her prize shoat won a blue ribbon at the county fair. John Shuemaker, the rich playboy casanova of Neoga, has just broken his engagements to Pauline Burton, Cleo Goad, and Ruth Drennan because he found he really loved Mary Patrick who has been pursuing him ever since high school days. Hazel Beals has started a rooming house for the young hepefuls of the stage. Louise Jones and Betty Baker are trying to crash the movies. Our fair Darlene Gaddis is really a star on the Montgomery-Kingery Picture lot. Mary Morton, Lulu Belle, and Rose White settled down to married life and seem very happy. Donna Stuckey, now Mrs. Julian Kimery, has been editor of the Chicago Tribune for the past five years. She obtained her experience by working on the Messenger staff during her high school days at Neoga, Raymond Bushur is now the proud possessor of an Alligator farm in Flor- ida. His wife, Jeanine Brown, supervises the Alligator Purse and Shoe Company. I must sign off for now. Tonight I am going to Gene Fox's Night Club, the famous "Dew-Drop-Inn". The chef, our own Dick Rawlings, gets very perturbed over orders of hamburgers and french fries, which is my favorite. Did you know Claudius Goad is the brawny bouncer? Oh, yesg Mary Lou Wente and Marge Lindley are the cigarette girls. They are still waiting for visits from Mattoon. I can hear Gene's haunting refrains of Stardust now. Q Signed: Your friend and former student, Julian "Duke" Kimery Neoga High School JUNIORS T 0 M A325 WF L MOST POPULAR ....,... ,....... ........,... MOST LIKELY TO SUCCEED BEST PERSONALITY ........ ........ .... BEST DRESSED ....L.,, .,.., . U COMEDIAN .,...... ,....... BEST MUSICIAN .,...... BEST ATHLETE ,..... BEST SCHOLAR ....,. GIGGLER ........ ..... BEST DANCER ,....... -. CLASS TRUANT ....., L Bob Price .,......T.,..... Dolores Wilson Richard Smith .,............. Ann Huff Russell Blair ....,.,. Margaret Wassom Dale Morton . ,............,, Eloise Haskett Roth Iler .,,........ Ken Andres ,LL Virginia Horn Ann Snyder Bob Price .,..........,,,... Dolores Wilson Richard Smith Ann Huff Russell Blair ....,. Shirley Kelshimer Richard Smith ,,...,.. Dolores Wilson Cleo True ....,.. L ....... Charlotte Evans Neoga High School TOMAHAWK I , '-1' N eoga High School RECORD OF THE PIONEERS The years come and the years go, but this Junior class can boast a fine record of starting to high school with thirty members and keep- ing this number throughout the three years. The officers elected to be responsible for the class are: Bob Price as president, Kenny Andres, vice-president, and Louise Lane, secretary-treasurer. Mrs. Bell and Mrs. Drake have been the sponsors of the class. You have seen the Junior class behind many events here at Neoga High School this year. Some of these include the Junior Class Play, Prom, and their help in presentation of the Carnival. The class is proud of their male members who help make up the athletic teams. We are well represented in all sports by both boys and girls. Members of the class have been active in FHA, FFA, GAA, basket- ball, baseball, Library Club, Spanish Club, chorus, band, Pep Club, Mes- senger, and the "NU Club. Dolores Wilson, Shirley Kelshimer, and Rich- ard Smith were elected from the class as cheerleaders to lead the Pep Club in backing up the basketball team. Dolores Wilson and Bob Price represented the Juniors in the Homecoming Court. We areproud of the record We have made in N. H. S. and We are equally proud to be called the Class of 550. Y Neoga High School 4 3 -x' W ,Ax V B06 PPIC 6 Pres. h rx., 0- 'N , I x va Ef f Cfeo 7-fue ek " ,Y fr J Piajclke r- Gu. 9 f7nn 'J'n-yofer' 4, I or U u ' -vu Path Iler 4 . 1- W Ken AL-Muse E Hn-Jrec 1-ana V1cefPrer J'a a. f Tr-ur. . af, 'P ' Qlzps-1- x Y . X' X rw' . u H . ,. ' nhl. 5 ',,,, 9 . . , Pafmgy B06 Shfrcliy on Finn ares Wenfe Z lmmer Maore Waflf Ha ff 1,5-an i 6 Q11 ' f. EQ 5 gi' , 'E ci fJ'e I B if 'W Db? ,lor .re Tommw Hifi! I Marion Coerdis Lzalke i77efr Be!! J H ' 353' ' 9' 1, LQ' 'Ck - 4 'T' 1 X v ' A :Vg - A v Q 2, Q1 1 ww 1 N ' 9: 5' fs ,fn W -, 1 f 'I.",'u, 1 .l ml I , 'isa' F! uw, .1 K garb Cfzarfotte Leo Shlrfgy Rascef Puff? aapy Eva ms' Trq e lfefclm7nerBfa1 r' Jfacifj H Maifjdref Fra aw! Vlrjn-ua Efofyc .Donna Margaret Was-vom -Pmffl: Harn Haskett Beals SQUHJEYJ TOMAHAWK FRO TIERSNI EN N eoga High School -------- RECORD OF THE FRONTIERSMEN There were forty-one sophomores that enrolled at N. H. S. last fall. Our class sponsors are Miss Rasmussen and Mr. Leming. Our offi- cers are: Don Stewart, presidentg Phyllis Wilson, vice-presidentg and Mary Ann Hartke, secretary-treasurer. Dulcey Brown was our vice- president before she moved to Florida. The Sophomore class had charge of the Freshmen Initiation. The Freshmen received some tough sentences from Judge Bushur and her jury. We also sold more Junior Class Play tickets than any of the other classes. The reward for this was a Sophomore-Junior party. Harold Starwalt was elected sophomore cheerleader of the N. H. S. "Red Peppers." Members of the class have been active in FHA, FFA, GAA, Pep Club, Library Club, Messenger, chorus, basketball and baseball. SOPHOMORES ' MOST POPULAR ........ ........ - -- Donald Stewart BEST PERSONALITY ........ ........ - -Richard Morgan MOST LIKELY TO SUCCEED .... --Donald Stewart BEST DANCER ........ ........ - Donald Stewart BEST DRESSED ........ ........ - -- ....... Donald Stewart COMEDIAN ' BEST MUSICIAN ...... T ----- .,,,.,. - ,-- BEST ATHLETE BEST SCHOLAR GIGGLER. ...... - ...... CLASS TRUANT Norma Barrett Phyllis Wilson Nancy Lawrence Mary Ann Hartke Donna Fort Earl Price . ............... Barbara Moore Charles Roy ........ ........ P at Bushur Earl Price - ....... ........ P at Bushur Donald Stewart Richard Morgan--. Juanita Patrick Mary Ann Hartke J1m Lindley ........ .l...... D onna Fort Neoga High School Stewart ,Pres ,Be E , Be als 6- NOYHIB. Barre tt 'I Ja. Jane Flndrewfs tnNALW Jack FlnJerJ'0rl 1 "3 BWI! Clair? llllugi BW15 fa. Bashar 'f Q al ,1 www: WJIINWJ Dq Icy Brown E' ,Tb R K C IB:al.s' M TU l l 119 W1 lJ0n Mft,-Pfflo , , 1 Dork? Hagen Y I ' .xln - Cecil Ha.Y'a'e8Q' .2052 41 R J 'Gene Fear' I 1 i 1 -' if-f a s il ,ABQ Hafteh L a wrence Polar A lfaester X 5 , I r Elzzafeth Hcllm an 43' l , 1 nagy Hn rp Har tke J'e Cf 77:43- 8.10195 MJ!-fy I . l Mich faj Moore I Q-J -a ,- 11 if- fvx sfkxv 'Richard M orjarg K l w I 1 -1 I w I .N N -e ,N f-:.,Q.z' - Myers L X F Nlilrgs .Dean Overwyer x . I fly- -. if .-T 1 . ' it :lr V ' uamt ez 'Pa tr-fc!! 'FY Y ... - R1 'Lu ' fa!! M p Prlbe IHS fs-at 1, 'N 'U' l.,,, WJJQ ' Eder B 44 sfnnl Q'- F Jani? ixr Jqyce Jo nfrngy 7 6' W .1 , r , QE- . ,, ,Q an va , t 4 E 4-.512 Jta r walt I f Nl any ' sftrohf . X,-SV.. Q H I , V I ' 5 Clfal-les Price, fy, W' 'ITA fofl 7fjv1!'on E1 ' ,r Max ine Wa lk , X.. ' P-1 I fl. 1 ,n 1 Q x 3 'S ' Po- I vdvk GXA 6 N ,J-,JF , y K. ' Sv- 4 4 -if ante .gr TOMAHAWK E! SETTLERS Neoga High School TOMAHAWKp V RECORD OF THE SETTLERS Forty-one timid boys and girls began their Freshman year at N. H. S. this fall. With Mrs. Holladay and Mr. White as faculty sponsors the following officers were elected: Shirley Stewart, presidentg Betty Stuckey, vice-presidentg Richard Mettendorf, secreary-treasurer. The all-school Initiation Party was held in the Study Hall on Sept- emb r 24 1948 ' ' e , , at 7.30 P. M. We received some gruesome sentences from Judge Bushur and her jury. Members of the class participated in such activities as GAA, FHA, FFA, chorus, band, and Pep Club. Last but not least, I want to give all the teachers a great big hand for I'm sure it took a lot of gumption to teach such a loud-mouthed, rough, and hard-to-please bunch of "Freshies". F RESHMEN MOST POPULAR ........ ........ ........ .... L e r oy Fox ..... Donette Ferris BEST PERSONALITY .... ........ .... L eroy Fox ...,.......,.... Donette Ferris MOST LIKELY TO SUCCEED ...... Jim Wilson U-, .....,..... Shirley Wright BEST DANCER .....,.. ........ ....,,.. ........ C h r is Wold ............,. Donette Ferris BEST DRESSED ..... ------ -Chris Wold ...,,..,...... Donette Ferris COMEDIAN Bob Wilson Darletta Fosbinder BEST Musioililrl .... I--II BEST ATHLETE ....... BEST SCHOLAB ...... L ii GIGGLEB ........ ....... - ----- David Casstevens Shirley Stewart Leroy Fox ................ Shirley Stewart Leroy Fox ................ Shirley Stewart David Casstevens ........ ........ ........ .... Darletta Fosbinder CLASS TRUANT ......,. ....... L eroy Fox ..... ...i..,. B etty Mummel N eoga High School , 9 1 1 , u . " X 4 , 4 - e 0 e Betty -, ffl I K.. S 'nr fe-y Rl6'l7El"dr Stewart Stanley Meffendvrf' Pre J. Wee 'Pres' iofeef Tieast in 1 v v I A' ,N Q 1 3- 1 fs.-K 8 1 a,. If gn ' 7 If J aqfrne Don Juan,-ea Uohn John Maffln Praafy Baffmjer MEGA' Woo! ec" -f " S: -9 ' if ' 1 V , xfvsr Wat.. N . b ,ef I 'I r .-f- + V ,JI fm I rg ! 5,5 X... I 5 X X Q hx! lu: Max Beffy Poi: Jack .Dale Clflafer-c Mqmmef Wflman -Daff Spencer ' 1, hr" 1 V 1 GA 1 gf! 5 J , - ' N 1 1 X ' 'K 7 e f J A f ff - . IN, Lev-0-y JEVIJ Hazel Gear-93 Gepr-ge Fox Cass tevena' Ove rmjer' J'hue maker Grqbe 1 7? 3, x A f 7 1 L QI is 5 Q Q as , f 5 .4 .,I'XK'. W 7 7' ' FR Joanne Ejrf Eloise Jim Ferl? Be ff Fl kms Konrad Wilson Mar' fan v Q-1 ? -- Gr' 3 . 1 V W, . .- 3- R ' '- ff-M 5 fees E4 Av K 1. , . .gg A if Neff? Q, ji Ohrid' Donnette awrence 0-:fy Wofo' Fen-ls Green Parker I + - 3 ' 6 M M A qyii ' P A I ' . ftlff, - 't Q, 113 ggi- 4 H kg Jael' aan Irene Eiffel: Mcffrllwen Gflberf AAJI-ew-A' INJFBM ll , - Vlfslhli 2 tha. anna. Fuller lmdfj oflunalcr Morgan f C vw! -62 ' 'll u. 'X ' I " Dw LQ A 't' JoAhl'ln fs ' ll 1:5 ' gygu-J Ibjlhll rglwt Jalzman Jtarhv 4 A M 1. , , i f , f -of M ,ff Slw 9 TOMAHAWK ACTI ITIES OF N. H.S HOMECOMIN G SPORTS ORGANIZATIONS and CLUBS MUSIC DRAMATICS Neoga High School ToMAHAWicq PM HOMECOMING The senior class of N. H. S. prepared the biggest homecoming week ever held in Neoga. The celebration began with a Christmas Concert held December 20. The next evening after the Teutopolis "BH team defeated the Neoga "B" team, all students and alumni arranged themselves around a big bonfire and had a regular pep meeting. The next gala event took place on the afternoon of December 22 in the form of an Alumni Tea which was served by the Home Ec. IV girls. The main event of the week, the annual game between Teutopolis and Neoga, ended in another victory for Teutopolis. After the ball game the traditional Homecoming Dance was held in the assembly, which was decorated in accordance with the theme "49'er's". Jack Crews and his orchestra played in the front of a covered wagon back-drop. The corners of the assembly were made to resemble a desert with cactus, the ceiling was decorated with blue and gold streamersg the windows resembled covered wagon silhouettes. A rail fence and campfire in front of the spectators completed the theme. The coronation was held promptly at 10:00 P. M. The Queen and King of 1947, Judy Green and Jim Buchanan were present to place the crowns on Queen Janet Green and King Bill Montgomery, the Royalty of 1948. The attendants were: Eleanor Louthan and Raymond Bushur, Jeanine Brown and Bill Wilson, Dolores Wilson and Gilbert Kingery. and Donna Stuckey and Bob Price. , Neoga High School i 1 V 'IOMAHAWK - NW - BASKETBALL Several boys turned out from all classes this year to try their skill at throw- ing the ball through the hoop. The squad was soon cut to ten members for the first squad and 18 for the "B" team. The boys enjoyed the most successful sea- son for Neoga in several years, winning 18 and losing 12. The Indians played in four tournaments: The Neoga Holiday Tournament, the National Trail Conference Tourney at Beecher City, the District Tourna- ment at Bethany and the Regional Tourney at Mattoon. They lost to Strasburg in the first game of the Holiday Tournament and were thus eliminated. Hav- ing improved considerably since the Holiday Tournament, the boys captured third place in the NTC Tournament by defeating Cowden and Beecher City after losing to Teutopolis, the champions, in the first game. After upsetting a highly rated Windsor team in the first game of the Bethany District, the boys went on to capture the crown and earned the right to compete in the Mattoon Reg- ional by defeating Atwood and Findlay. The Indians met Greenup in the first game of the Mattoon Regional and won a hard fought game from the "Blue Devils". This game advanced them to the semi-finals against Tuscola. The "Warriors" and Corky Waters proved too much for the boys and they were eliminated from the State tournament series. The boys were coached by Loren E. Taylor and Ray Bushur was elected as captain. This was Taylor's second year at Neoga. At the close of the season the squad was honored by two banquetsg the traditional National Trails Banquet at St. Elmo and our own annual banquet held in the gym. All enjoyed a very fine meal after which Varsity, second team and cheerleading letters were awarded by Coach Taylor. To Ken Wolf was awarded the Most Valuable Player trophy and Richard Kepp was presented the Free Throw trophy. 1948-1949 BASKETBALL SEASON NEOGA HOLIDAY TOURNAMENT Neogd 25 Strasburg 40 NATIONAL TRAIL CONFERENCE TOURNAMENT Neogu 32 Teutopolis 57 Neoga 49 Cowden 40 Neogu ...Grd p1cz:ej 51 St. Elmo 44 BETHANY DISTRICT TOURNAMENT Neoga 38 Windsor 34 Neoga 39 Atwood 29 Neogcx fChamps7 38 Findlay 36 MATTOON REGIONAL TOURNAMENT Neoga 53 Greenup 40 Neoga 42 Tuscolcx 58 TOTALS FOR THE SEASON 18 Wins I2 Losses Neoga High School TOMAHAWK WHERE PLAYED Teutopolis Neogct St. Anthony Neogc: Neoga Stewardson Neoga St. Elmo Beecher City Neogu Neoga Toledo Neogcx Teutopolis S tewardson Neogo: Neoga Cowden KO. TJ Neogu Strasburg Brownstown Neogu Neogu Humboldt Strasburg Neogcx Humboldt Neoga Neoga St. Anthony Neoga Beecher City Charleston Neogcr Greenup Neogu Neogu Altamont Newton Neoga Toledo Neoga BASKETBALL SQUAD Raymond Bushur -- It was captain Bushur's honor to receive the Bethany District trophy. He probably played his best ball in this tour- nament. Ray possessed the best eye for the basket of any on the squad. Due to a lack of experience he was never quite able to show his true form in a game. He scored 90 points to rank sixth in total points scored. Bill Farr -- The "Senator" could always be heard during a close contest. He climbed from a sophomore manager to the first team his senior year. Bill had lots of fight. His best game was against Strasburg. Dean Gordon After a slow start, Dean finally began to show the form expected of him. His rebounding was inconsistent, but when it was good it was outstanding. His best weapon was a deadly pivot shot which couldn't be guarded. Dean scored 362 points this season to lead the squad. His 27 points in the Mattoon regional was his best contribution to the Indian cause. Neoga High School xH X. 1 "BOB ' , if 2 , ----w -,- V... -.. .4 Q Y 'f ,e Q,'-f- 1 54 ,1110 .V,.-.,.. vw YF ,:. . 'Q , :'4 -E N 'X A 'Fuzz' 1' Ni Y. U ' N , 1 I ' 1 -1-.ST l Q i' Q - . 1 ynf- . T H n 1 I KEPP' L 53 ,H Eg-P 4 J VJ - S 'ZMDW .., 1 5017671 .EENH rag, -S ,V,,. 'f-gsA....,. 7""""'-as 5:7 , ,mu J ...... ab - X V -Q N- F--..,..,,N Q - 5? P 'W X x R A - ,Y . 3,5 V 1 X ' x YY H N K . -5. - 'W .. R' - .Er -Q -.asf K V Q, K -...,,. ,Q -H M V .-ceoelcn E , "6u.z.' - , 5:1-941' - - ,..:-,..- H. . ,S Za- - A f, -------.-. ' . - ' J nn 54- - - if ' 1. 3 .If "" R - K X! l U . A A 'V , 577 4 , i -if R 1 - 3 'li L? I' I u . 1 . ,, I 1 - , ' . ' W- -ff-pw f Q - 'Q '- -7? Q A 'Busmm' ' ' " Y ' "' " 515 " TOMAHAWK u F Carl Scoles Carl will be remembered longest for his shot which Won the Bethany district trophy against Findlay. Carl started slow but probably improved more than any member of the squad. His fine fak- ing and wicked drag shot won the approval of all loyal fans. His re- bounding was good and was at best when the going was tough. Carl scored 218 points for the year which was second best on the squad. He led the squad in conference scoring with 76 points. Bill Wilson Bill was another manager who fought his Way up to the first squad his senior year. He had lots of speed and had developed a deadly long shot toward the end of the season. Ken Wolf Ken was the rugged type which is so necessary for a winning team. The upsets pulled this year were due in large part to his rebounding. "Fuzz" was voted the most valuable player on the squad by his teammates. He scored 194 points to rank third on the squad, Ken's improvement over last year was outstanding. His rebounding power will be hard to replace. Richard Kepp Richard was a sensation as a freshman. He didn't improve much but was already good enough to stay in the fight for four years. His specialty was a long shot. Keppie scored 131 points this season to rank fifth in scoring. He Won the free throw trophy presented to the champion each year by hitting 25 out of 41 attempts. Gilbert Kingery .... Gib was the "fightingest" Indian of them all. He was probably the most consistent player and by far the best ball handler. He was our best defensive man and la ed man ontstandin P Y Y 8 games this season. Gib scored 165 points to rank fourth on the squad in scoring. Bill Montgomery Bill's greatest handicap was a lack of speed. He made up for this on several occasions this year with some very accurate shooting. When Bill was "on" he just couldn't miss. Robert Price Bob is the only returning letterman on the squad. He was one of the fastest men on the squad. He developed a good shot and scored heavily during the first of the season but Went into a slump which he just began to pull out of during the tournaments. He was best when he was needed most. He won a few games in the final se- conds. Greenup should remember him. Neoga High School TOMAHAWK BASKETBALL SQUAD First Row: Leo Hardesty, Carl Scoles, Bill Wilson, Bill Montgomery, Dean Gordon, Capt. Bushur, Ken Wolf, Richard Kepp, Gilbert Kingery, Bill Farr. Second Row: Coach Taylor, Sr. Manager Goad, Don Brady, Cleo True, Chris Wold, Don Stewart Tommy Bell Russell Blair Earl Price John Flood So h ! I ' 1 I Y p ' Manager Tipton, Fresh. Manager Bob Wilson. Third Row: David Casstevens, Bill Wente, Don Walk, Dale Morton, Keith Myers, Leroy Fox, Roy Walk, Charles Roy, Max Gilbert, Jim Wilson. "N" CLUB A new club was introduced into our midst this year called the "N" Club. This club was formed by the five major letter winners. Members were admitted if they had won a letter in basketball in their past years in high school. There are twenty-one members in the club at this time. Officers were elected out of the five major letter winners. They are Richard Kepp, President, Gilbert Kingery, vice-president, and Dean Gor- don, secretary-treasurer Coach Taylor is our advisor The main ur . . p - pose of the club is to promote fellowship and better sportsmanship among the boys. First Row: Mr. Taylor, Dean Gordon, Bill Wilson, Ken Wolf, Don Stewart, Keith Myers. Second Row: Bill Farr, Raymond Bushur, Bill Montgomery, Carl Scoles, Gene Fox, Gilbert Kingery, Richard Kepp. Third Row: Bill Wente, Don Walk, Tom Bell, Dale Morton, Bill Clark, Rus- sell Blair, Claudius Goad, Roy Walk, Leo Hardesty, Charles Roy, Earl Price. Neoga High School A I? 4m PP' , F5 ,Ile ei, Q3 I IDI e-g-: , ,.. , . . ,J ,MA x 'A CD TOMAHAWK BASEBALL SEASON Soon after school started last fall Coach Taylor called the first baseball practice. There were about 25 boys who reported, but the squad was soon cut to 15 players. All players on the team were back from the previous year, with the exception of. a short stop and battery. After about three days of hard practice we opened our season with a win over Cowden at Jennings Park. ' SEASONS RECORD We They Cowden . ,,..... ,,....., ........ Y 8 ....i...,... 2 Altamont ........ . ....... 3 ....i.....,. 4 Beecher City ,....,.. .... 1 4 ...... . r... 10? Teutopolis ,.,.,.s. .,......,. 6 ......,... 1 4 Brownstown ,...... ..,..,,. 0 ..........,. 3 Altamont ......,.. - ...,.,. 2 .... L ......, 7 Brownstown .-.-- ...... - 2 ...,..,. -- 12 Teutopolis ....,... ....,..... 3 ..,.....-... 7 Carl Scoles -- Scoles was our regular pitcher for the season. His greatest handicap was a lack of experience as he played outfield last year. He learned fast and proved very effective when he was Hon". He was fourth best batter with a .266 batting average. Richard Kepp -- Keppie was our regular first baseman. He was a good defensive man and very dangerous at bat. His keen eye won him many a base on balls. He was our best base runner. ' Bob Price -- Bob played second base and sometimes right field. He was a good hitter and fast on his feet. His greatest asset was speed. Don Stewart -- Don-played shortstop for the Indians this season. He also served as a relief pitcher and had plenty of "steam" on the ball. Gilbert Kingery lk- "Crib" played third for the Indians thisseason. He could pick up the ground balls and peg'um to first with ease. He was second only to Bushur at the bat and ended-the season with a very good .381 average. Gene Fox "Gene" was one of our catchers. Since this was his first season behind the' plate he did exceptionally well. He was a good batter in the clutchesj Dean Gordon Dean played left field and seldom- missed a high fly ball. He could also hit very hard. Kenneth Wolf "Fuz" played center field and did a goodjob. He was also a good hitter, having ended the season with .305 batting average. Raymond Bushur -- "Ray" played some at second and some at right field. He was good on defense and the best hitter. He finished the season with an amazing .440 batting average. Bill Montgomery "Bill" was our substitute pitcher. He had good control and helped keep the Indians in many a ball game. N eoga High School 'roMAHAwK F- - Keith Myers - "Feets" was our substitute catcher. He is only a Sophomore and will be our regular catcher next season. Earl Price -- Earl was our outfielder. He has a good arm and can cover lots of ground. He is only a Sophomore and will be heard from later. Bob Wilson -1 Bob doesn't let size handicap his playing ability. He drags many high fly balls into his glove. He can really move. BASEBALL TEAM First Row: Ken Wolf, Bill Montgomery, Gene Fox, Ken Andres, Keith Myers, Don Stewart, Richard Kepp, Dean Gordon. Second Row: Coach Taylor, Earl Price, Carl Scoles, Russell Blair, Leroy Fox, Gilbert Kingery, Bob Wilson. GIRLS ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION At the first meeting of this school year, a group of thirty G. A. A. members met mainly to select a good corps of officers. This they did, and they are as follows: President, Eleanor Louthang Vice President, Janet Green, Secretary-treasurer, Dolores Wilson, Reporter, Darlene Gaddisg Points Chairman, Ruth Stuckey. Eight girls attended a Play Day at Charleston in the fall and we are planning to attend another Play Day for which the time and place has not been set as yet. Sports clubs have been organized for eight-week periods. Two clubs meet each week on Monday and Wednesday during the 8th period. The two activities now taking place are volleyball and basketball. Later on we will form softball and deck-tennis clubs. Basketball-schedule pencils were sold in order to pay for G. A. A. awards. I ' Reading down, left-first row: Norma Barrett, Donette Ferris, Dorothy Beals, Doris Icenogle, Patsy Wente, Darlene Gaddis, Lucille Michlig. Left-second row: Mary Ann Hartke,AJudy Parker, Donna Stuckey. Mary Lou Wente, Donna Fort, Marge Lindley, Betty Stuckey. Center, first row: Virginia Horn, Juanita Ballinger, Louise Jones, Maxine Walk, Ruth Stuckey, Eleanor Louthan. Center, second row: Shirley Stewart, Rose White, Pauline Martin, Ida June Andrews, Janet Green, Dolores Wilson. Right-first row: Margaret Saunders, Donna Beals, Sylve Michlig, Eloise Has- kett, Joanna Sue Morgan, Patricia Bushur, Mrs. Bell, Virginia Storm. Right-second row: Ann Snyder, Jeanine Brown, Margaret Wassom, Louise Miller, Darletta Fosbinder, Betty Beals, Mrs. Drake. Neoga High School I li 1 'roMAI-:AWK pi h THEFIRSTTEN First Row: Bill Wilson, Bob Wilson, Claudius Goad, Harold Tipton, Bill Farr. Second Row: Coach Taylor, Raymond Bushur, Dean Gordon, Bill Montgomery, Kenneth Wolf, Carl Scoles, Gilbert Kingery, and Richard Kepp. l THE SPANISH CLUB The two sections of Spanish 1 have combined to make a Spanish Club. The club is to extend our interests in Spanish-speaking countries and people. This is the first year Spanish has been taught in this school. The club is made up of 23 students. They started the year off by electing Ann Snyder, president, Charles Roy, vice-president, Ann Huff, secretary- treasurerg and Richard Smith, reporter. A constitution was written and approved by the members. The name of the club is "El Mejor Circulon or translated it means "The Best Club". First Row: Miss Campbell, Dolores Wilson, Ann Snyder, Charles Roy, Ann Huff, Nancy Lawrence, Juanita Patrick. Second Row: Barbara Moore, Bob Price, Shirley Wright, Betty Mummel, Fern Nichols, Shirley Moore, Margaret Saunders, Margaret Wassom. Third Row: Pat Bushur, Gene Fox, Leo True, Bob Zimmer, Don Stewart, Russel Blair, Richard Smith, Jim Lindley, Virginia Horn. N eoga High School N L TOMAHAWK Hg g INTRA-CLASS TOUHNAMENTS The intra-class tournaments were played on March 22 and 24 by both the girls and the boys. The girls opened the tournament by the Junior girls trouncing the Freshmen girls 42-5. The second game of the evening was another one- sided affair, with the Seriior boys smothering the Freshmen by a 63-20 score. The final game of the evening was a thriller, with the Junior boys finally beating the Sophomore boys in an over-time with a score of 36-32. The refreshed teams returned on Thursday for the final game in the boys tourney and the second round of the girls tourney. The Sophomore girls beat the Senior girls 24-21. In the consolation game of the evening, the Sophomore boys beat the Freshmen 48-9. The Seniors won the championship game from the Juniors 58-27. The girls played their championship game on Monday of the follow- ing Week. The Juniors were victorious over the Sophomores 30-18. N eoga High School TOMAHAWK MESSENGER On every third Wednesday of the month, the staff meets and plans its monthly school paper. With the guidance of Mrs. Drake, the faculty advisor, Dean Gordon as editor, and Louise Miller as junior-editor, a very interesting paper is published. MECHANICAL STAFF Seated of left: Eleanor Louthan, Ann Snyder, Bill Montgomery, Janet Green, Lucille Michlig, Norma Jean Wolke. Seated on right: Margaret Saunders, Donna Beals, Eloise Haskett, Donna Stuckey. ' Standing: Richard Smith, Louise Miller, Mrs. Drake, Juanita Patrick, Dean Gordon. MESSENGER REPORTERS Seated: Doris Icenogle, Sylve Michlig, Louise Miller, Dean Gordon, Donna Fort, Pat Wente, Jeanine Brown. Standing: Mrs. Drake, Richard Kepp, Julian Kimery, Nancy Lawrence, Carl Scoles, Gilbert Kingery, Mary Ann Hartke, Norma Barrett, Judy Parker, Betty Baker, Dolores Wilson, Margaret Wassom, Lulu Belle Zimmer, Ruth Stuckey. 4 LIBRARY CLUB Because most of the students like to read, a library club was organ- ized for this year for the purpose of teaching our librarians more about the work of the library and to assist students with their library work. The duties of the librarians consist of such work as dusting shelves, keeping books in order, mending books, and checking books and maga- zines in and out of the library. At the end of last year the officers of this club were elected to serve throughout this year. Dolores Wilson was elected president, Louise Miller, vice-president, Sylve Michlig, secretary, Janet Green, treasurer, and Eleanor Louthan, head librarian. The sponsors of this club and to direct us are Miss Rasmussen and Miss Neal. The new members for this year are: Lucille Michlig, Nancy Law- rence, Donna Fort, Norma Barrett, Richard Smith, Barbara Moore, Betty Beals, Mary Ann Hartke, Patricia Bushur, Elizabeth Hellman, Charles Price, Jim Lindley, and Juanita Patrick. First Row: Miss Rasmussen, Dolores Wilson, Lucille Michlig, Nancy Lawrence, Pat Bushur, Donna Fort, Norma Barrett, Pat Wente, Louise Miller. Second Row: Mary Lou Wente, Betty Beals, Barbara Moore, Juanita Patrick, Margaret Saunders, Ann Suyder, Donna Beals, Eloise Haskett. Third Row: Richard Smith, Eleanor Louthan, Janet Green, Sylve Michlig, Mary Ann Hartke, Rose White, Norma Jean Wolke, Lulu Belle Zimmer, Charles Price. Neoga High School TOMAHAWK w -1 i MIXED CHORUS Mrs. Holladay recruited over a hundred students this year to form the mixed chorus. Its music has been enjoyed greatly by -all in the community. They have appeared at the Christmas Concert, Spring Con- cert, and Baccalaureate Services. Some of the outstanding numbers have been: Dry Bones, Old Man River, Ave Maria, and The Bells of St. Mary's. Everyone is pleased with the progress the chorus has made this year. N eoga High School TOMAHAWKW THE BAND The Neoga High School Band which consisted of twenty-one pieces when they made their first public appearance at the County Teachers Meeting, has increased to the Spring Concert number of thirty-four pieces. Under the capable direction of Mrs. Holladay, the band was required to play at all home basketball games, at a few of the pep metings, at the dedication of the new unit school on route 121, and of course the annual Spring Concert. In the later part of October, the Band Club was organized and the election of officers was as follows: President, Dean Gordon, Vice-presi- dent, Kenneth Andres, Secretary, Ann Snyder, Treasurer, Pat Bushur, and Librarian, David Casstevens. If the band progresses as nicely as it has been, Mrs. Holladay will have her wish fulfilled with a snappy fifty piece band. Reading down, left: Ann Snyder, Bill Farr, Nancy Lawrence, Martha Kraft, Barbara Stewart, Shirley Stewart, Marilyn Lawrence, Ruth Drennan, Lavonna True, Pat Bushur. Diagonal: Doris Icenogle, Phyllis Oakley, Bob Wilson, Richard Mettendorf, Louise Miller, Jo Ann Meyers, Carol Evans, Darletta Fosbinder, Lucille Michlig, Dean Gordon, Bill Alexander. p Right: Julian Kimery, Gene Fox, Charles Roy, Juanita Ballinger, Dolores Wilson, Maxine Walk, Ken Andres, Sylve Michlig, Marion Oakley, and David Casstevens. MIXED CHORUS First Row: Richard Smith, Ken Andres, Bill Montgomery, Bill Wilson, Tom Bell, Jim Wilson, Don Stewart, John Flood, Ken Wolf, Max Gilbert, Bob Wilson, David Casstevens, Harold Tipton. Second Row: Eloise Konrad, Patsy Wente, Mary Ann Hartke, Jeanine Brown, Darletta Fosbinder, Darlene Gaddis, Lulu Belle Zimmer, Donna Beals, Sylve Michlig, Lucille Michlig, Pat Bushur, Donna Fort, Betty Cordes, Louise Lane, Virginia Storm. Third Row: Mrs. Holladay, Barbara Moore, Betty Beals, Shirley Moore, Ann Huff, Margaret Wassom, Norma Barrett, Eileen Ingram, Marjorie Lindley, Nancy Lawrence, Juanita Patrick, Joana Morgan, Doris Icinogle, Janet Green, Mar- garet Saunders, Eloise Haskett, Ann Snyder, Louise Miller, Joyce Senteney, Fern Morton, Joan Gilbert, Shirley Wright, Dolores Wilson. Fourth Row: Christine Pugsley, Eleanor Louthan, Virginia Horn, Shirley Stewart, Dorothy Beals, Mary Morton, Mary Lou Wente, Ruth Stuckey, Norma Jean Kolke, Donna Stuckey, Cleo Goad, Rose White, Betty Stuckey, Donnette Ferris, Juanita Ballinger, Louise Jones, Mary Patrick, Phyllis Wilson, Goldie Hill. Fifth Row: Dwight Johnson, Don Kimery, Don Brady, Jack Anderson, Charles Price, Jack McKibben, Gene Fox, Carl Scoles, Julian Kimery, Dean Gordon, Gil- bert Kingery, Richard Kepp, Chris Wold, Ray Bushur, Leroy Fox, Charles Roy, Jack Doll. Neoga High School TOMAHAWK- J Q- -7- CHORAL GROUPS At the beginning of the present school year Mrs. Holladay organ- ized three Choral Groupsg namely, Boys, Chorus, Girls' Chorus, and the combination of the two, Mixed Chorus. With the aid of such fine solo sopranos as Jeanine Brown and Shirley Kelsheimer, Girls' Chorus gave excellent performances at both the Christmas Concert and the Spring Music Festival. With an enrollment of nearly sixty, they gave beautiful renditions of "Ave Maria" and "Little David Play On Your Harp". The male group, numbering approximately 45 members, also gave some very outstanding performances during the current season. They sang a number of selections at the Christmas Concert on December 20th, and several more, including the beautiful "Desert Song" at the Spring Music Festival. Star soloist of this group was Richard Kepp. N eoga High School TOMAHAWK M--M BOYS CHORUS First Row: Max Gilbert, Bob Wilson, Jim Wilson, John Flood, David Cass- tevens, Richard Smith, Tom Bell, Gilbert Kingery, Chris Wold. Second Row: Mrs. Holladay, Harold Tipton, Jack Anderson, Ken Andres, Don Stewart, Dean Gordon, Carl Scoles, Julian Kimery, Charles Price, Ray Bushur, Richard Kepp. Third Row: Don Kimery, Dwight Johnson, Robert Koester, Jack Doll, Gene Fox, Bill Montgomery, Ken Wolf, Bill Wilson, Leroy Fox, Don Brady, Jack McKibben, Charles Roy. GIRLS CHORUS First Row: Virginia Storm, Dolores Wilson, Pauline Martin, Goldie Hill, Shirley Wright, Joan Gilbert, Fern Morton, Phyllis Wilson, Mary Patrick, Louise Lane. Second Row: Mrs. Holladay, Pat Wente, Mary Ann Hartke, Jeanine Brown, Darletta Fosbinder, Darlene Gaddis, Lulu Belle Zimmer, Donna Beals, Sylve Michlig, Lucille Michlig, Pat Bushur, Donna Fort, Betty Cordes. Third Row: Barbara Moore, Eloise Konrad, Betty Beals, Shirley Moore, Ann Huff, Margaret Wassom, Norma Barrett, Eileen Ingram, Marjorie Lindley, Nancy Lawrence, Juanita Patrick, Joana Sue Morgan, Doris Icenogle, Janet Green, Margaret Saunders, Eloise Haskett, Ann Snyder, Louise Miller, Joyce Senteney. Fourth Row: Christine Pugsley, Eleanor Louthan, Virginia Horn, Shirley Stewart, Dorothy Beals, Mary Morton, Mary Lou Wente, Ruth Stuckey, Norma Jean Wolke, Donna Stuckey, Cleo Goad, Rose White, Betty Stuckey, Donette Ferris, Juanita Ballinger, Louise Jones. Neoga High School E Q if QQ In nl 1 W ll TOMAHAWKp -p W- JUNIOR CLASS PLAY "Bolts 8: Nuts" This hilarious three-act comedy was centered around a spooky old mansion that Miss Rebecca Bolt had inherited from her deceased bro- ther. Due to Rebecca's psychiatric interests, the mansion is turned into a sanitarium for patients with phobias and nervous diseases, much to the dismay of her niece, Benitag whereupon the "nuts" start to pour in and the fun begins in earnest. Complications arose as Rebecca searched for her deceased brother's money, which he,had left hidden about the house, providing in a freak will that a portion of it was to go to anyone who found it. It soon became apparent that the patients were faking their phobias in order to search for the money. Twink Starr, the niece's young fiance, found the money any Rebecca greedily consented to their marriage, providing he give all the money to her. Benita and Twink could then marry without op- position and Cadwalleder, Rebecca's gentleman friend of years ago, consented to marry her, so all ended happily. CAST Rebecca Bolt, Manager of the Sanatarium ............................ Donna Beals Benita Bolt, Rebecca's niece .,,......,,. - .,.,.,...,.,.,..i.., ..,..... S hirley Kelsheimer Lutie Spinks, The maid who winks ......,.,...,,. ,.-,.,-...,-.-. V irginia Horn Martha Grubb, The Cook ,.....,.,,, . .... . ,,.,, Louise Miller Twink Starr, Benita's fiance ..,...,....,..... Dr. Hippocrates Joy, A psychiatrist Henry Goober, The porter .....,..............., Phineas Plunkett, A lawyer .... . ....r..,... Miss Prunella Figg, A patient Cadwalleder Clippy, A patient ....,... Mrs. Gertie Glossop, A patient .,....,.. Wilbur Glossop, Mrs. G1ossop's son ,...... Jack Gordon, A young interne ....... Ken Andres Roth Iler Richard Smith Bob Price Dolores Wilson Jim Parker Eloise Haskett Don Walk Tom Bell Neoga High School TOMAHAWIQ-- - --F 0 HSPRINGTIME FOR SUSIE" A carnival of laughs, written in a breezy and ingratiating manner. Meet the Lorraine family, Laura Lorraine bosses her henpecked hus- band, Sam, much to his and his brother Wayne's annoyance. Susie Smith is a girl from a ranch down in Texas. When news arrives that she is coming for a visit with the Lorraine family, it was too much for Laura. She insists that Sam meet Susie, and take her to a hotel so that she can rest from her long journey, and then ship her back to Texas. But Wayne complicates things by bringing Susie to the Lorraine household. He tells her of the true situation in the Lorraine household, and Susie agrees to don a Western outfit and impersonate a wild and wolly westerner. Laura's blood pressure mounts as Susie thinks of new ways and means to shock the snobbish Laura. In addition to Susie's arrival Wayne's best pal, Jud Jones an artist, has engaged two professional models to pose for him at his studio. Jud meets a girl and falls violently in love with her, and becomes engaged. Jud takes his fiance to his studio, and she saw the two models, thinks they are friends of Jud's and walks out onrhim. This sets up more com- plicated matters. But at the end every one is happy again, and Sam is happier than anyone. CAST Susie Smith, who comes from Texas .. .... Armistice, her colored maid ...... - .,...... Sam Lorraine, a henpecked husband .....,..,,. Laura Lorraine, his domineering wife Lola Clifford, Laura's charming sister Jeanine Brown Doris Icenogle 'Dean Gordon Sylve Michlig Janet Green Wayne Lorraine, Sam's brother .-.- ,....., -,- ,,,.,s,,,,. Bill Wilson Jud Jones, Wayne's closest pal ................ .,,.,.,......., Richard Kepp Constance Pawle, a friend of Laura's ...,... L .,.,.,.,.,.,., M- Lulu Belle Zimmer Bunny Slingsbee, who just slays Constance .,,.,,.,,.,....,.,. W, Julian Kimery Cupie Clooney, in love with Lola ..................,. - .....,.,.,.,,.. Gilbert Kingery Rita Pandro, an artist's model Sadie Applebaum, another model r,r., Jane Smith, a clinging Vine --.L ......... Joyce Farrow, maid at the Lorraines' Marge Lindley Darlene Gaddis Jean Wolke Mary Patrick Mrs. Felix Frankfort, her aunt ,,...........,., -. .,.. .,,., E leanor Louthan Neoga High School 1 I i I w , 1 4 A I ' - ' .. , , i TOMAHAWKH gg H F. H. A. Future Homemakers of America is an organization for girls inter- ested in homemaking. The requirement for membership is that you must be taking or must have taken one year of Home Economics. Our Chapter has 45 members. Officers are: President, Donna Bealsg Vice-president, Eloise Haskettg Secretary, Norma Jean Wolkeg Treas- urer, Phyllis Wilsong Parliamentarian, Dolores Wilson. Our sponsor is Mrs. Bell and our chapter mother is Mrs. Nathan Stewart. Mrs. Bell was elected honorary member of the year by the chapter. For their community project the girls have been baby sittingg they also had a hobo day to put some extra money in their treasury. They are now planning a food sale. Our chapter has recently adopted a German Home Economics class. We are going to send boxes containing needed articles which they can- not obtain in their country. -dh-W - Neoga Hiqh School TOMAHAWK F. H. A. First Row: Joan Gilbert, Hazel Beals, Ida Jane Andrews, Wanda Ryder, Maxine Walk, Christine Pugsley, Joana Sue Morgan, Shirley Stewart. Second Row: Mrs. Bell, Dorothy Beals, Janet Green, Dolores Wilson. Norma Jean Wolke, Donna Beals, Eloise Haskett, Phyllis Wilson, Margaret Wassom, Doris Icenogle, Mary Morton. Third Row: Cleo Goad, Juanita Ballinger, Donna Fort, Pat Wente, Lucille Michlig, Margaret Saunders, Virginia Horn, Mary Lou Wente, Marge Lindley, Darlene Gaddis, Jeanine Brown. Fourth Row: Darletta Fosbinder, Eleanor Louthan, Betty Beals, Norma Barrett, Mary Ann Hartke, Lulu Belle Zimmer, Ann Snyder, Rose White, Betty Baker, Louise Jones, Virginia Storm, Pat Bushur. F. F. A. The Future Farmers of America is an organization which teaches boys to become successful farmers and community leaders. It is an up and coming organization and will continue to rise in popularity and usefulness as long as its ranks are populated by young men like those in the Neoga Chapter. This chapter has participated in various group and individual contests and activities during the past year. The members planned the ways and means of making money for the chapter and were active in carrying out the plans. The chapter enjoyed a very suc- cessful year and planned for many more for the boys who will become members of the Neoga Chapter of F. F. A. in the future. First Row: Harold Tipton, Richard Morgan, Claudius Goad, Dale Morton, Ken Andres, Pete Stretch, Bill Clark. Second Row: Mr. Leming, Jim Wilson, Larry Green, Odis Hatten, Jack McKibben, Jack Anderson, Charles Price, John Meek, Earl Adkins. Third Row: Richard Mettendorf, Don Walk, John Shuemaker, Max Gilbert, George Shuemaker, Bob Koester, Roy Walk, Jack Doll, Bob Young. p Neoga High School ' u ,, .. . V.. - . --,.,. ' :Y...-- T ,..... - 1. ,.,.,w 1, l ,I .. ,, ,-'. , ,,..,.4..-1. 4,.n.i.. ...-L..----T'--1----' --'---'f - X : 1 A I A-Q.. .K . Y T. I -I' . 1 ., ,W N: ,,, W .., Y Y ...:.., MQW ,,-,Lk ,A , V' n TOMAHAWK NON SENSE "What are those holes in that Wood?" "They're knot holes." "Well, what are they then?" I I Down the street his funeral goes And the sobs and wails diminish. He died from drinking shellac, they say, And he had a lovely finish. I I What the lightning-bug said as he backed into the scissors: "I am de- lighted!" I I He: "l've made a lot of money exposing girls like you." , xc ps She. Blackmailer. He: "No, honeyg I manufacture swim suits." I I Wife: "Wake up John, the-re's a burglar going through your pockets." John sleepily, "Oh, you two fight it out between you." I I - "What's that piece of string tied 'round your finger for?" "That's a knot. Forget-me-not is a flower. With flour you make bread, and with bread you have cheese. This is to remind me to buy some pickled onions." A A "Is your daddy in, sonny?" "No, sir. He hasn't been home since mother caught Santa Claus kissing the maid." . A A The lunatic was discharged from the aslyum, returning home, and on the following morning decided to shave. He nailed the mirror to the wall, stood before it, lathering his face, selected an old-fashioned razor, proceded to shave. At this moment the nail slipped and the mirror fell to the floor. He stood gazing, the blank wall before him, then remarked bitterly: "Just my luck. Second day out, and I've cut my blooming head off!" -W Neoga High School PEP CLUB The Pep Club was organized at the first of the school year and elected Sylve Michlig, presidentg Louise Miller. vice-president, and Louise Lane, secretary. Everyone turned out to rouse the team on to a winning season. Most of the members have been present at every game and have shown excellent attitudes, as well as good sportmanship. Nearly the en- tire student body, because of exceptionally enthusiastic school spirit at Neoga, were loyal members of the Pep Club. First Row: Junita Patrick, Patricia Bushur, Mary Patrick, Rose White, Lulu Belle Zimmer Betty Baker, Pauline Burton, Dolores Wilson, Richard Smith, Eleanor Louthan, Donna Beals, Margaret Saunders, Eloise Haskett, Margaret Wass- om, Phyllis Wilson, Ann Snyder, Doris Icenogle, Mrs. Bell. Second Row: Mary Ann Hartke, Norma Barrett, Bill Wilson, Bill Montgomery, Kenneth Andres, Julian Kimery, Carl Scoles, Richard Kepp, Louise Lane, Sylve Michlig, Louise Miller, Gilbert Kingery, Kenneth Wolf, Chris Wold, Dick Rawlings, Richard Morgan,.Don Stewart, Judy Parker, Donette Ferris, Betty Stuckey. Pauline Martin, Ann Huff. Third Row: Lucille Michlig, Patsy Wente, Donna Fort, Mary Lou Wente, Mar- jorie Lindley, Hazel Beals, Dorothy Beals, Louise Jones, Joyce Senteny, Jo- anna Sue Morgan, Earl Price, Bill Wente, Roy Walk, Gene Fox, John Flood, Raymond Bushur, Charles Roy, Jeanine Brown, Janet Green, Darlene Gaddis, Virginia Storm, David Casstevens. Fourth Row: Nancy Lawrence, Norma Jean Wolke, Christine Pugsley, Maxine Walk, Barbara Moore, Ida Jane Andrews, Betty Beals, Ruth Drennan, Mary Morton, Bill Clark, Jack Anderson, Charles Price, Harold Tipton, Dale Morton, Donald Walk, Russell Blair, Tom Bell, Keith Myers, Donna Stuckey, Cleo Goad, Goldie Hill, Joann Gilbert, Bobby Wilson. Fifth Row: Betty Cordes, Shirley Moore, Fern Morton, Darletta Fosbinder, Shir- ley Stewart, Leo True, Bob Zimmer, Don Bell, Cleo True, John Shuemaker, Buddy Sanders, Jack McKibben, Bob Koester, Max Gilbert, Leo Hardesty, Bob Young, Claudius Goad, Larry Green, Virginia Horn, Ruth Stuckey, Char- lotte Evans, Virginia Fuller, Juanita Ballinger, Bill Farr. CHEERLEADERS During the fall an election for cheerleaders was held. Shirley Kel- sheimer, Harold Starwalt, Dolores Wilson, Richard Smith, and Eleanor Louthan were elected. Although this was Eleanor's third year as cheer- leader, all of the cheerleaders did a successful job. Neoga High School 3 TOMAHAWK PASSING AUGUST -Back to school. -Bookwory really begins. SEPTEMBER -Girls new P.E. suits arrive. -Teachers are laying it on thick already. -Organization of classes. -Labor Day vacation. -Day after first vacation. -F. H. A., F. F. A., "N" Clubs or- ganized. -Student body's pictures were ta- ken by Speith today. -First baseball ame a ed here 8 Q P Y - Neoga wins 8-0 against Cowden. -Blue Monday. -Library Club, Messenger Staff are organized. , -Senior' class pictures arrive. -Neoga beats Beecher City 14-10. -Neoga loses to T-town 14-6. -Tomahawk staff meeting, busi- ness manager and advertising manager elected. -Juniors pick class play "Nuts Bolts". -Freshman initiation and initia- tion party which all the school attends. Baseball game with Brownstown, lost 3-0. -Freshmen become officially a part of N.H.S. Students' small pictures arrive. -Herff-Jones man comes to help Juniors select rings Cpretty snaz- zyj. Seniors pick out announce- ments, name cards, memory books, pins and necklaces. Base- ball game with Cowden, lost it 12-11. -Juniors begin play practice. F. F. A. party. OCTOBER -Baseball game with Altamont, PARADE lost 10-6. Whole school went to the game. 4-Beecher City vs. Neoga at B. C. 5-6 7-3 Tied 9-9. -Six weeks exams. The teachers really laid it on. -Two day vacation. 1 We really need it. 11-Six Weeks exams handed back groan, we'll be seniors next yearl. 12-Neoga plays Brownstown loses 11-2. 13-Class meetings, seniors prepare for Homecoming. Juniors put play tickets on sale today. 14-Band has drill practice. The street in front of the school sure is worn out now. Hallowe'en ex- citement begins. 15-Hallowe'en excitement ends. 16-Miss Rasmussen and Miss Neal go to a Library meeting at Ca- sey. Chris Wold transfers from Charleston. 20-F.F.A. and F.H.A. clubs meet. Mrs. Holladay returns after two days at home. Mrs. Holladay has been absent because of illness. 22-Speith takes the rest of the sen- ior class pictures and shows us covers for our Tomahawk. 26-Mrs. Renshaw takes Mrs. Drake's place for two Weeks. 27-Spanish and "N" clubs meet. 28-F.F.A. boys pick corn at Claud- ius Goad's. 20-Hallowe'en parade and dance. 1- Band leads parade. First edition of Messenger is published. NOVEMBER Assembly for instructions on how to vote in school Presiden- tial election. School is let out so teachers can vote. N eoga High School TOMAHAWK -School Presidential election, De- wey wins but Truman evens in national election. -Class meeting. Seniors begin preparations for Homecoming. Junior class put finishing touch- es on preparation for Junior Class Play. -Junior Class Play "Nuts and Bolts" has first night. Accepted as on of the best plays put on. -Junior Class Play has second night. Larger crowd than night before. -Basketball squad elect Ray Bu- shur captain and Claudius Goad, Jim Parker, and Harold Tipton, Bob Wilson mana ers g . -Cheerleaders Eleanor - Louthan, Dolores Wilson, Harold Star- walt, Shirley Kelsheimer and Richard Smith are elected. -Armistice Day vacation. -Senior name cards arrive. -Review for six-weeks exams be- gins. -Library club begins work on Constitution at their regular meeting. Messenger assignments are handed out for November issue. -Six-weeks exams begin. -All students are urged to bring money to contribute to C.R.O.P. Season tickets were distributed to sell. G.A.A. girls begin selling pencils with basketball schedule printed on them. -Pep meeting ninth period. -First basketball game at Teuto- polis. Neoga loses 68-26. T-Town reall has a team y . -Start Thanksgiving vacation. -Coach returns to school with a black eye. Where did you get it, Coach? 13 14 17 20 21 0-Game with St. Anthony. Won 1 2 our first game. DECEMBER -Janet Green and Bill Montgo- mery are elected royalty for Homecoming. -Homecoming committees meet for further re aration P P . - 3-Pep Club organized. Sylve Mich- 6 7 lig elected presidentg Louise Miller, vice-presidentg Louise Lane, secretary. -What a restless da ! Seems like Y all the kids are just waiting for Christmas vacation. -Pep meeting gives the boys a real morale building meeting to defeat St. Elmo. 8-F.H.A. girls decorate the Study Hall Christmas tree. 9-Seniors get their pins and brace- 10 22 lets. "BH team forfeits to Beecher City but "A" team beats Bee- cher City "A" team. -Senior boys collect wood for the bonfire which will be held De- cember 21. -Pep meeting highlighted by a speech by Dean Gordon. Indians beat Toledo 61-50. -F.H.A. girls have Christmas Par- ty at Phyllis Wilson's home. -Seniors begin decorating Study Hall. The whole school is a com- plete turmoil. Christmas Concert is put over as a big success. -Seniors still working furiously on Homecoming. "B" team loses to T-Town. Bonfire after game is a big success. Morning-What a day! Seniors put finishing touches on Home- coming theme- "49'er's". All school has gift exchange and Santa attended, too. Neoga High School T 1 TOMAHAWK Afternoon-Alumni Tea is served by Home Ec. IV girls. What a Way for a big reunion. Pep as- sembly really is a big scramble. Boys vs. girls basketball game ends in a tie with the two ref- erees, Mrs. Drake and Mr. White dead. Evening- The Homecoming Dance at last after a great loss suffered by our basketball team to T-Town. -Seniors clean up after Homecom- ing. Basketball squad, Board of Directors, Faculty, and seniors are given promised chicken din- ner for defeating Toledo. JANUARY -Everybody returns to school feeling like they had just spent a lost week-end. -The boys really .gave T-Town a score last night by leading 20-13 at the half but lost 57-32 at the first game of N.T.C. Tourney. -Neoga wins third place in N.T.C. b defeatin St. Elmo 51-45 Y S - -Captain Bushur presented the third place trophy to the school. Gordon is out of school with a twisted back. -Neoga beats Stewardson in a slow slo ame , PPY S - t -Class meetings. Seniors finan- cial reports show them to be in the clear again. -The teachers are really laying it on us. When will we learn to study? -Neoga wins a close game with Cowden in an overtime 47-42. -Semester exams handed back. Weren't as bad as expected. -Game with Beecher City post- poned. Roads too icy. 19-F.F.A., F.H.A. meetings. 20-Report cards handed out. Honor roll better than average for the semester. 21-Neoga loses to Strasburg after putting up a hard fight. 21-Ken Wolf returns- to school af- ter being sick with bronchitis. Norma Jean Wolke also returns to school after recovering from her illness. 25-The best pep meeting was held today. After this, however, we lost to Brownstown. 26-Library, Messenger meeting. Li- brary club plans to have a work night. 27-F H.A. initiation party at Mrs. Stewart's home turns out to be a big success. 28-Neoga really wallops Humboldt 71-35. 31-Neoga takes another beating from Strasburg. -- FEBRUARY 2-Class meetings. Juniors start plans for Prom. 4-Ball game with Humboldt. Neoga won 59-38. 7-Pep meeting to cheer boys on to a victory over St. Anthony. 9-F.F.A., F.H.A. meetings. F.F.A. boys are preparing for F.F.A. week. 10-Neoga beats Beecher City after a first half slump 47-45. 12-Neoga loses to Charleston T. C. who really has a terrific team. 14-We really are unlucky. Neoga drew Windsor in District Tour- ney. 15-Neoga travels over to Greenup to beat them 37-36. Gordon and Kingery are injured during the game. Neoga High School TOMAHAWK -Messenger, Library meeting. The next Messenger will be a F.F.A. edition. -Neoga loses to Newton in a high scoring game 63-58, -Miss Campbell returns to school after recovering from her auto accident. Six weeks exams are announced to be held Thursday and Friday. -Neoga beats Windsor in the District Tournament. -Mr. Snyder brought his record- ing machine to the high school to allow us to hear the Windsor- Neo a ame S S - -A really hot pep meeting with Mr. White and Mr. Taylor giv- ing two peppy cheers. Neoga beat Atwood 39-29. -Neo a wins Bethan District S Y - Tournament defeating Findlay 38-36 on a last minute basket by Scoles. -Captain Bushur presents Beth- any Tournament Trophy to the school. -No girls P. E. because Grade School is practicing for Operetta. -Neoga beats Greenup in Region- al Tournament. MARCH -Neoga loses to Tuscola in Re- gional Tournament. Grade school presents operetta, Tom Sawyer. Report cards are handed out. -Senior class magazine campaign with a good profit of S130.00. -F.H.A. rnet to make plans for their bake sale this coming Sat- urday. -Drifted snow kept the buses from getting to school on time today. 4- 9-Cheerleaders, basketball squad, and managers from each class were elected today for intra- class tournaments. -F.H.A. bake sale which was held at casstevens Store was a big success. . -All students filled out ballots for State Tournament for their choice of winners. -F. F. A. Parliamentary proceed- ure team goes to Casey to com- pete in a contest. -Tomahawk staff meeting is held to discuss important business. -Guy Howard, the walking prea- cher ofthe Ozarks, talked to the student body today. -Seniors have Tomahawk work- night. 21-Basketball boys attend National Trail Conference Banquet. quet. 22-Intraclass tournaments begin with the seniors beating the freshmen and juniors defeating the sophomores. -Seniors win intraclass tourna- ment. -Class meetings were held today. -No school because of Teacher's Institute. . 28-F.H.A. elect new officers for next year. 30-Medical Clinic for all shots ends today. 31-Senior play cast has first prac- tice. APRIL . 1-Library club members have a work-night to prepare library for State Inspectors. Mr. Speith finished taking Tom- ahawk pictures today. Neoga High School Ton Much Paint fveshie I Jura' ... 5"""'i-'ff 6 my , iid, gl II ll' . r , X D DYv'uK'KP ' R Size? Xl I .K 1. f. Al .-, I.. 4 I 1-lag, , tl v- ." wars 772 91 Uh fox mage Q v- - - WW F1 1 4 "' F4 15 XXX' X , , . -1 ' l . If , ., ,H W' ,' v " ., ' , A, A: 6 I J. n m .V -1 L. 1 'fe aqhefrj' f Pet Pa -4-wa TOMAHAWK 5-MacMurray College representa- tive talks to the senior girls on advantages of going to MacMur- ray. 6-Class meetings to choose differ- ent personalities was held today. 8-Freshmen class have class party. 11-Neoga defeats St. Anthony in first baseball game of the sea- son. 13-Report cards are handed out. 14-15-16-17-School Easter vacation. 18-Special senior meeting to dis- cuss Tomahawk. 19-State Inspectors arrive, all stu- dents behave like angels. 20-Basketball banquet turns out to be best ever held. 21-Mixed chorus has final rehear- sal for Spring Concert. 22-Spring Concert at last. Everbody enjoys it. 23-Commerce students go to New- ton for Invitational Business Tournament. 25-Neoga loses to Mattoon for their first loss of the season. 26-Army Recruiting Officers try to persuade the seniors to join the army. 28-Senior play cast has final dress rehearsal for Senior class play. 29-30-Seniors present the play "Springtime for Susie". It is a big success. MAY 2-Neoga baseball team defeats the Greenup team 13-0. -Home Ee. class is visited by Mrs. Crouse of the State Homemak- ing Department. -Neoga loses to St. Anthony's for second loss. -Jr. Prom and Banquet. Whoop ee! What a time we had. -What a day! All the juniors and seniors are so tired they can't keep their eyes open. -Seniors try on caps and gowns today and decide to have girls wear white and boys wear blue. -Class meetings and F.H.A., F.F. A. meeting was held today. -Senior class hamburger fry out at Jennings Park turns out to be a big success. -Neoga wallops Grenup 9-3. -Clearance sheets are passed ,out to all students. -Neoga plays Mattoon in District Tourney. -Library and Messenger club meetings. -Spanish club goes to Lake Mat- toon for picnic. -Neoga plays last game of season against Charleston. -Senior Baccalaureate Services. -24-Semester exams for lower three grades. -School holiday. -All school picnic. -Graduation ceremonies in High School Gym at 8:00. SO LONG ALMA MATER Neoga High School 504 'lame SINK H- Show 's , v' Y -, 4'---r nu Ill I .Ill I Ill ll Messing- 711.5-mu ll D 'T Q-'lf -ui nv:-,Z Jr. class -may v' X 8l'Bo'P L X n-- - IM Lf' A 1 k':!!31Qg 'U Q? v "urn Fm, It 1 in J V I i r 1, . , 1 A O0OOOOOO00OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOIOGOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO ANDERMANS A The big Friendly Store Where Your Dollar Always Buys a Bargain Best Qualify - Lowest Prices Stores in California and Illinois 1504 BROADWAY PHONE 659 MATTOON. ILLINOIS v-.-.-v-.-.-v-.-.-.-.-v-.1-Jvvx..-v-.-v-.-.Av-.-v-v-.Avsafvvv Jf TINNING ROOFING CALL 2640 RAEF 8a BEALL TIN SHOP MATTOON. ILLINOIS WEIR FURNACES BLOW PIPE SHEET METAL - v v-.-.-.-.-.-.-.+.-A-v-v-.-v-.-.-.-.-.--A.-v-.-.-.-v-.Av-.A-A--v-v-.-v-v-.-.-v-saws:-f-vxfmA.-,zA,-v-.-. - THE DAILY JOURNAL-GAZETTE The Community's daily newspaper A.B.C. Audited - Largest Net. Daily. Paid Circulation in Southeastern Illinois NEWS FEATURES . COMICS THE GAZETTE PRINTING CO. PRINTERS: STATIONERS: ENGRAVERS QUALITY PRINTING ALL PHONES 250 OOOOOOOOCOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOC0600000000000OOOOOOOOOOQOOOOOOOO WILSON SPAULDING GOLDSMITH SPORTING GOODS DISTRIBUTOR Since 1897 BOB WEBER'S PHONE 971 MATTOON. ILLINOIS -------------------------------A-------Ysmafvvff MATTOON'S DOMINANT STORE YOUNG'S Department Store 1614-1616 BROADWAY MATTOON. ILLINOIS Mattoon Butter Company 1000 BROADWAY CASH BUYERS of QUALITY CREAM We' Guarantee Satisfaction TRY US WONT YOU? PHONE 289 MATTOON. ILLINOIS .-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-v-v-v-v-.-,-.-.-.-.-,-.-.-v-v-.-.-:.A.-.-.-.-.-v-v-.-.-v-.-.-.-.-v-.-v-.-.-v-v-.fn-af-e.'fA.fvv-v-.-cz-.-.-.-.-v- To Hope that the Achievement of your Graduation Day Will be an Inspiration all along your Future Way. Q ELLIOTT .TEWELERS 1610 BROADWAY ' MATTOON. ILLINOIS ' -.-v-.-vA.-.-.-.-.-v-v-v-v-.-.-.-.-v-v-.A.-.-.-,,-.-v-v-ve.-.-.-.-.-vlaxa.A:-vX,A.A-,A,,b.f,-X.-.- BARTELSMEYER MOTOR CO. MATTOON. ILLINOIS CHEVROLET Sales , Service PHONE 350 0000IOOOOO0000000OOOOOOOOOOOO!OO00060009000000OGOOOGOOOOOOOO SPITZ CLOTHIERS MATTOON, ILLINOIS MOST STYLE AND VALUE FOR YOUR CLOTHING DOLLAR A--- -- -- -A----mA,:ANf Compliments of HAMPTON 8m SONS MATTOON'S FINEST JEWELRY STORE REGISTERED JEWELER American Gem Society MATTOON. ILLINOIS ---L .... ....... - vw ..... ..---,., -----vv--v----v-v ---v-v----,vvzfE,fa+e.Afvv:fwvvvw.sfvvvvvsAavsf 0RENSTEIN'S Ladies and Misses' READY-TO-WEAR MILLINERY PHONE 414 I 1618 BROADWAY MATTOON. ILLINOIS .-.-.-,-,-,-v-.-.+.-.-.-.-.-.-v-,A.-.-.-.-.-.-,-,-.-,-, Compliments of EARL ROSS "Your C1othier" MATTOON. ILLINOIS --:.-.-.-.-.-A-+-v-.-v-.-.-.-.-v----.---v-.-.-.-.vm-vEQ WOLF'S THE SMART SHOP WOMEN PREFER MATTOON. ILLINOIS oooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooo L. R. GUCKER, Florist 1 "Say It With Gucker's F1owers" A A A PHONES 2722 or 2741 16th ST. and WABASH AVE. MATTOON, ILLINOIS PATTERSON'S D-X Service 1401 S. 18th ST. MATTOON. ILLINOIS Compliments of L. R. CANTWELL. O. D. L. C. CANTWELL, O. D. OPTOMETRISTS 121 S. 17th ST. MATTOON. ILLINOIS TENDER KRUST BREAD Your Grocer has fresh Tender Krust Products daily BREAD ROLLS DO-NUTS Special Orders MATTOON. ILLINOIS 0000000000000ooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooo 00000000OOO0000000OOO0000000000O000000090OIIOOOOOOOOOOOOIOII Compliments of THE NATIONAL BANK OF MATTOON MEMBER F.D.I.C. --A-A-gxvvxvvv WARNER'S OFFICE EQUIPMENT Headquarters For ADDING MACHINES FOUNTAIN PENS TYPEWRITERS and Full Line of Office Equipmerit 1623 CHARLESTON AVENUE MATTOON. ILLINOIS 0ooooo0cocoaoooo0oosomeoooocooooo0oooooooooooooooooooooooooo 000009l00OOOOOOOOOOIOIIIOOOO06000IllOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO BRADLEY'S Recapping and Vulcanizing AUTO GLASS PHONE 627 19th and CHARLESTON MATTOON, ILLINOIS .-.--v--.-.-.-v-v-.-.-.-.'-.-.-.-.--v-.+.vs.--.-.-:v-.+.-.-.Av-evvw.-e-.over-V-VACFQ-.-. GLASS BOOTERY Smart Shoes for Those Who Care 1517 Wabash Avenue MATTOON, ILLINOIS A.-.-.-.-vvxA,qA,fV-v-v-sv Av-.+.-.-.-v-.-.-.-vfv-.-.---.-.-.-v-.-v--v-v-.-.-.- Compliments of C. C. GLASSCOCK Buick MATTOON, ILLINOIS - - -v-v-.A.+.-.-v-.-.A.-v-.-.-.-.-v-.---v-.-.-.-v-v-.-.-.-ve.'-..".-cr.-Jvz,-ec. HIGGINS IMPLEMENT CO. Parts and Service Phone 630 HIGGINS OIL CO. Phone 4042. 21st and Charleston Ave. MATTOON, ILLINOIS -.+.-.--v-v-.-.-.-v-.-v-.-v---.-.A.-.-.-.-.-.-v-.A.-.-.-v-.-.-.-v-v-vsm-v-O-.wrfeefue., FARRIER CONSTRUCTION CO. Ready-Mix Concrete Building Supplies 21st and Wabash Ave. Phone 523 Mattoon, Illinois CALL KULL LUMBER COMPANY LUMBER COAL MILLWORK BUILDING MATERIAL FREE DELIVERY PHONE 142 MATTOON, ILLINOIS 0000000000000OOOOOOOOOOOOCCIOCOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOQOOOO PALMER MOTORS, INC. j. olyffphf msmunv SALES SERVICE PARTS 213 N. 20th MATTOON. ILL. - ..v..v.v..... .............. - v.-.. ..... xn. w-vamnf fJx4veA.AAAA-vvvsvvvvvvs Compliments of LINK CLINIC MATTOON. ILLINOIS - -v-v-v-.-.-.-v-.-.-.A.-.-.-,-,-v-,-v-.-.-,-.-.-,-.-.-.eA -.-..-.wmfvzmf-:.:.A.+. Compliments of CRAIG 8: CRAIG Law Firm MATTOON, ILLINOIS L A M P E R T'S MATTOON'S Value Jeweler 1514 BROADWAY Main Office MATTOON THEATER PHONE 201 MATTOON THEATER CO. E. F. Clark, Manager MATTOON. ILLINOIS -.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-:.-.-.-::.A.-.-v-v-v-v-v-v-.-.-.-v-:,A.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.--.-.-qfvefvnA.:-.-.-.- BROWNING FIXTURE COMPANY Store Restaurant School FIXTURES 8: SUPPLIES PHONE 823 208 S. 17th STREET MATTOON. ILLINOIS oooooooooooooooooooaoonooooooooooooooooooooooeoooooooooooooo WALTS CAMERA SHOP PHOTOGRAPHIC HEADQUARTERS Photographer Weddings Children Groups PHONE 2264 MATTOON, ILLINOIS Your MASSEY HARRIS Dealer PHONE 1088 1111 BROADWAY MATTOON, ILLINOIS .'.-.Y.'.'.v.'.'.'.-.v.'.v.'.'.'.'.'.v.v.v.v.v.v.'.'.'.'.q,,,.i.'.',,kA,.'Av.,.-.-.-. BERKSON'S for TOTS 'n TEENS A Complete Line of Infants' and Childrens' Wear 1519 BROADWAY MATTOON, ILLINOIS .v.v.v.'.'.v.v.v.v.v. , ,.'.Y.v.v.i.v.v.v.'.Y.Y.v.v.v.-.-.v.'.-.v.'.-.v.v.v.v.v.v.v.-.'.v.'.v.-.v.v.v.v.'.'.v.v.'.'.'.'.v.v.'.'.' KENNETH E. GARDNER Real Estate and Insurance PHONE 1952 ' 415 S. 17th St. - MATTOON, ILLINOIS SCHNEIDER'S BAKERY PHONE 1148 3121 MARSHALL AVE. MATTOON, ILLINOIS I A MEADOW GOLD "Laboratory Controlled" DAIRY PRODUCTS MILK ICE CREAM BUTTER I 1 A MATTOON, ILLINOIS Beatrice Foods Co. MEADOW GOLD DAIRY O0000000OOOOOOOOOOOOOOQOOOIOOIOOIOOOIOOOOOOOOIOOOOOIOOOOOOOO RODIES BAKERY PIES CAKES assorted O COOKIES O SWEET ROLLS 0 CUP CAKES Special Orders for all Occasions PHONE 769 1113 S. 18th St. . MATTOON, ILL. -A-'-'-'v'-A-A-A-v-v-'A-A----A:-'-A--- -:v-v-v-.-.-.-vw--v-v-:.-:.-.-Cvvsfxfsfsrsfum INSURANCE A11 Forms of Insurance I l I BOGARD INSURANCE AGENCY Office Phone 1568 MATTOON. ILLINOIS --v-. - N. BERKOWITZ 82 SON Wholesale Distributors FRUITS VEGETABLES OYSTERS PHONE 1400-1401 18th 8: WABASH MATTOON, ILL. 00000000000O00000000OQOIIIOOOCOOOO0GOOOOOOOCQOOOODQQOCOOOOOO BROADWAY CLEANERS "0dorless Dry Cleaning" ! I A4 PHONE 155 1404 BROADWAY MATTOON. ILLINOIS 2-.-.-ofvhffywmn---v-.-.-. UTTERBACKS BUSINESS COLLEGE 15th and Broadway Phone 348 MATTOON. ILLINOIS .v.Y.-.v.'.v.v.v.v.v.-.v.'.'.v.v.'.'.'.'.-.v.v.'.-.v.v.-.'.'.-.v.v.'.'Av.'.,,Q,.1'Z..'.v.. Congratulations and Best Wishes to the Class of '49 EWING'S GARAGE Service Station 1300 BROADWAY MATTOON. ILLINOIS CIOOOOl000IOOII'OlIIOGIOOOOOOODOOOOGOOOOB PARISH QUALITY CLEANERS Cold Fur Storage I I A 1612 WABASH AVE. MATTOON. ILLINOIS Compliments of THE CENTRAL NATIONAL BANK l l I MATTOON. ILLINOIS Compliments ot KUEHNE Manufacturing Co. A A A A MATTQON. ILLINOIS I MIKE'S General Tire Service MIKE ZEHNER. owner ROAD SERVICE Tire and Battery Service A PHONE 707 19th and SHELBY ' I " 5'MATTOON. ILL TOM PURVIS, IN C. "YOUR FORD DEALER" I I I MATTOON. ILLINOIS Headquarters for all your Automotive Needs Compliments of CORN BELT HATCHERIES. Inc. MATTOON. ILLINOIS SILVER Star ROLLER Rink School Parties 5 to 7 Mondays and Thursdays - Church Parties Only PHONE 1220 - MATTOON. ILLINOIS Compliments of COCA-COLA BOTTLIN G CO. I I I MATTOON, ILLINOIS OOIOOGOOOOOOOOQOUOOOCOOOOIIOO09000000000OIOOGIOOOOCOOOGQOGGO NEOGA EQUIPMENT 81 SERVICE COMPANY INTERNATIONAL MOTOR TRUCKS I-H TRACTORS and FARM EQUIPMENT I-H REI-'RIGERATION I I I- DESOTO PLYMOUTH AUTOMOBILES Parts Service NEOGA, ILLINOIS .-.-.-.-,A.Afva:v41.,A,.-.-we .-.-.-:-v-A-v-v-.-.-. Compliments of SWENGEL FUNERAL HOME I I I NEOGA. ILLINOIS CUMBERLAND COUNTY FARM BUREAU i I I "A Service Organization for Farmers" I I .L TOLEDO, ILLINOIS GINGHAM INN For Excellent Service CHARLES MEYERS, Owner NEOGA. ILLINOIS '.'.'.'.'.'.'.i.'.v.v.'.'.'.-.'.'.v,v.v.v.v.'.v.'.-.'.'.'.v.v.v.'.',v.'.'.'.v.v.-Av.v.v,.vIv.v.v,.'.q.v. SWENGEL'S STANDARD SERVICE TIRES BATTERIES ACCESSORIES PHONE 44 NEOGA, ILLINOIS v-.-.Av-.AJ-.-.A.a -.-v-v-.-.-.+.-.-v-.-v-.-.-A-.---v-v-.-.A.-.--v---v-v-v-.-. MYERS BROTHERS "The Store That Quality Built" The Man Who Knows, Wears MYERS BROS. Clothes 1705 BROADWAY MATTOON. ILLINOIS v-v-.-v-v-v-.A----v-v-:.-v-v-v---v-.-ve.-.-.-.-v-.rv-.-.-v-v-v-.-.-.+.-.-vb.f:.-.:,-JvwsfvQ,-v-.-.-.- BERGNER'S of MATTOON Successors to Sawin-J ones Co. FEATURING DISTINCTIVE, DEPENDABLE MERCHANDISE INDIVIDUAL DEPARTMENTS For Junior and Senior High School Girls 1713 BROADWAY MATTOON. ILLINOIS ooooosoooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooo ROSILYN CAFE O Well-Cooked Food O Immediate Attention O Air-Conditioned 0 City Route U. S. 40 EFFINGHAM, ILLINOIS -4.-.-.+.-.-.-.-.n--v-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-A.--.A---v--v-i v--.--.'-.:.A.-,-.--.-v- coMPL1MEN'rs or THE EFFINGHAM BOWL EFFINGHAM. ILLINOIS Compliments to Class of '49 "SHORTY" LOWE'S Barber Shop NEOGA. ILLINOIS SAMUEL MUSIC SHOP Band Intruments and Pianos EFFINGHAM. ILLINOIS .-.-.-.-.-.-.-,Av-.----.-.Av-.-.-.-.-.--A----v-v-.-.-.--v-v--v-v-.-.-v-.-.Aanw-1'ez's.-:-:-- BAUM'S JEWELERS. Inc. Diamonds Silverware Jewelry Repairs Watches Gifts Benwood Hotel Building PHONE 739 EFFINGHAM. ILLINOIS INSURANCE or ALL KINDS Irene Dugan, AGENT A I 1- PHONE 88 NEOGA. ILLINOIS OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOCOOOOllOOOOOOllOOOOOOOOOOOOOOIOOOCOOOOOIOOO SOWARD'S DRUG STORE C Prescriptions filled O Fountain Service O Gifts and Jewelry ' O Stock and Poultry Remedies PHONE 296 NEOGA. ILLINOIS OOOOOOOOQOOOOOOOOOOOOCOOIOIIOCOOIOOOOOOOOIOOOOO STEVENS HARDWARE First Quality Hardware EFFINGHAM. ILLINOIS WEBER'S The Store For Dad and Lad CLOTHING. FURNISHINGS. and HATS EFFINGHAM, ILLINOIS DR. J. B. MCCAULEY Dentist PHONE 6 NEOGA. ILLINOIS PRINTING 1709 WABASH AVENUE PHONE 1376 MATTOON, ILLINOIS SINCLAIR SERVICE STATION GASOLINE AND OIL GOODYEAR TIRES and ACCESSORIES Pop and Cigarettes PAUL CURRY PHONE 94 NEOGA. ILLINOIS COME TO WEBER BROS. EQ. Inc. For Your Hardware Needs - Electrical Appliances - Stoves Plumbing and Heating - Electrical Wiring Contracts Farm Implements and Tractors Repairs and Servicing of all Kinds Teutopolis, Illinois .-.-v-v-.-.-.-v-.-v-.-.-.-.-.-.-v-.-:v-v-v-.-.-v-v-v-v-.-v-v-.-.-Jvs:-,zz CARLOCK'S DEPT. STORE Ladies and Childrens Ready-To-Wear EFF IN GHAM. ILLINOIS -.-.-O-1,-sank.-.-.-.-..-.--v-v-.-.-v-:.-v-.-v-.-.-.-.-v---v-.-v-.--v---v-v-.+.- SAM'S TIN SHOP Gun Repairs C. S. AULT. Prop. NEOGA. ILLINOIS DIEL and THOMPSON Sales Parts Service ALLIS-CHALMERS TRACTORS and IMPLEMENTS PHONE 113 TOLEDO. ILLINOIS Compliments of MODEL STORE PHONE 49 EFFINGHAM. ILLINOIS --v-v-.-.-v-.-.A.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.A.-.-I.--v-v-:.-.-v-.-.-.-Jvev-.f-,s.-:fAAQQ-v-.-.- HEART SPORT SHOP PHONE 1535 EFFINGHAM. ILLINOIS PEARSON BROTHERS WHOLESALE Candy. Tobacco and Sundry Supplies EFFINGHAM. ILLINOIS SWEN GEL ELECTRIC SERVICE I I I APPLIANCES Contract Wiring I I I PHONES 99 8a 35 NEOGA. ILLINOIS JACOBSEN LUMBER COMPANY I I I LUMBER BUILDING MATERIALS COAL I I I PHONE 34 NEOGA, ILLINOIS R. L. CASSTEVENS l I- I- QUALITY MERCHANDISE At the lowest possible prices I X- J- PHONE 40 NEOGA, ILLINOIS MCGINNIS GARAGE L. W. McGinnis, Prop. All-IEVROIET 1-:iii SALES SERVICE NEW IDEA FARM EQUIPMENT PHONE 123 NEOGA. ILLINOIS W. E. ELLIS QUALITY GROCERY l I l PHONE 277 NEOGA. ILLINOIS ooooooooooooooooooooo 000000000000900000OCOQOOOOOOOQQOOOOOOOOOOIOOOIIOOIOOOOOOOOOO HOLLADAY CAFE Greyhound Stop "Meet Your Friends Here" PHONE 89 NEOGA. ILLINOIS .-v-.-.A--:.-.-O-v-,rv-v-.-v-v-v-.-.A.-.-.-.-.--.--.-:.-v-v-v HASKETT BROS. . s .29 EIMIIIEA UHMOLIIE. 1,33 -E A . L1 '. ! - uoozuu mm nucmunl Sales and Service PHONE 269 NEOGA. ILLINOIS --.-.rr-Vzzfu:-.-.-.-Jw--'v-------A--v-v-v-v-A---:----A-'v-v-v-v--v-v---v-v-v-v-sA-- NEOGA BAKERY All Special Orders Taken Care of Promptly DO-NUTS-PIES-CAKES MARATHON SERVICE Gasoline Oil Lubricants Tires Batteries Washing Accessories ERNEST lPatl CURTNER PHONE 240 NEOGA. ILLINOIS NATHAN STEWART Agent Sinclair Products Gasoline Motor Oils Heater Oils Prompt Tank Wagon Service PHONE 159 or 94 NEOGA, ILLINOIS NEOGA DAIRY BAR Pasteurized Dairy Products Daily Delivery I I I H HOWARD LOUTHAN, Prop. PHONE 92 NEOGA, ILLINOIS CONGRATULATIONS CLASS OF 1949 I I I SI-IDRTS FURNITURE C0. NEOGA. ILLINOIS CONGRATULATIONS CLASS or '49 M. A. GRAFT COMPANY NEOGA, ILLINOIS COMPLIMEN TS OF C. T. 8 N. TELEPHDNE COMPANY K. L. MORAN Bottle Gas For Every Purpose ELECTRIC WIRING Control Circuits A SPECIALTY BOX 72 PHONE 74 STEWARDSON. ILLINOIS Compliments of GLEN D. NEAL State's Attorney TOLEDO, ILLINOIS RAINBOW CAFE Fountain Service Dinner and Plate Lunches Reservations Accepted for Private Parties P PHONE 100 TOLEDO, ILLINOIS Compliments of SCOTT EVERHART Your Northwestern Mutual Life Insurance Representative TOLEDO, ILLINOIS PHONE 28 RENSHAW'S Over 3.500 Different Articles IT PAYS IN THE END To Shop Here in the Beginning STRASBURG. ILLINOIS soooooooooooooococoooooooooooosoooooooooooeooeoooooooooooooo , HL, 7,,,7,, IOQOOOCOOOOOOCO990000000OIOOOOOOOO0000OOOCCOOOCOOOOOOOOIOOII CUMBERLAND COUNTY NATIONAL BANK NEOGA, ILLINOIS Soon after men began to do business together Banks were started to speed the interchange of goods and to safeguard money. Bank loans put ships to sea: sent caravans on their way: increased production for the loom, the forge. and the farm. LOOKING AHEAD AND GOING AHEAD WITH YOU Modern business needs banks as trains need tracks. This Bank is working with you and this Community for greater prosperity and security. for you in financial matters in every way we can. FRANK KERN MANUFACTURING CO. PERMA-LIFT BRASSIERES "The Lift That Never Lets You Down" SEE US FOR WORK PHONE 103 NEOGA. ILLINOIS OOOOQOOOOOCOGOOIQDOII000000OOIOIOOOOOOOCOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOIOOOO CLAYTON DOLL GENERAL MERCHANDISE. HARDWARE, and FEED DIXIE FEEDS ARMOUR FERTILIZER Kalamazoo and Estate Stoves Kalamazoo and Hot Point Refrigerators Local and Long Distance Trucking TROWBRIDGE, ILLINOIS WHEREVER You USE CIPSCO SERVICE Benefits are many and the cost is -All 9 H unbelievable little for each job done ,,,,,,,.srs AVOID DRUDGERY BY USING REDDY MORE Central Illinois Public Service Company Congratulations to CLASS OF '49 I- I 1- ROBERT MAYHALL NEOGA. 1LL1No1s OQGQDCOGCICCCCCOCCC090000060900900006000OOCOCOGIOOCOOGQQOQOQO THE NEOGA NEWS PUBLISHED SINCE 1875 C. H. SNYDER, Editor CARRUTHERS DEPARTMENT STORE I I I I GENERAL MERCHANDISE 0 GROCERIES I MEATS 0 SHOES I I I PHONE 9h NEOGA, ILLINOIS oooooooooooooooooooocaooooooooooonoooosooooooooooooeooonmoooo IOOOOOOOOOOIGOOOOIO000000000 EVANS GULF SERVICE GULF TIRES U. S. ROYAL TIRES SING WASHING and GREA GULF BATTERIES PHONE 246 NEOGA, ILLINOIS A.-.-.-.-.-.fs-v-.-.+.-.-.-:.-:v-.---.-v-.-.-v-,-.-.-.-.-v-.-.-.-v-v NEGGA THEATER THE FAMILY PLACE FOR GOOD CLEAN EN TERTAINMENT NEOGA. ILLINOIS L. H. WENTE VITALITY FEEDS Grinding and Mixing PHONE 286 NEOGA. ILLINOIS STANDARD OIL PRODUCTS W. D. ELSON, Agent OLEUM PRODUCTS ALL KINDS OF PETR Gasoline Kerosene Fuel Oils Heating Oils ' Motor Oils Greases Household Necessities Tank Wagon Service NEOGA. 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