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this annual, the NMAHOGNH, the N?rofW P. L.
Lowman, whose wise council and fetherly nd-
vice brought us through three successful
years of former high school educ.tion.
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Graduate of Carthage College, A. B.
University of Illinois, M. A.
Teaches Mathematics and Physics
John E. Waldrip
Graduate of Eastern Illinois State
Teacher's College, B. of Ed.
Teaches Social Science and Biology.
Coach of the Ogden Bulldogs
Advisor of Sophomore Chss
Fern L. Railsback
Graduate of Indiana University, A. B.
University of Illinois, M. A.
Teaches English and Latin
Advisor of Senior Class.
Margaret A. Furst
Graduate of the Bradley Polytechnic
Institute, B. S.
Teaches Home Economics and Commerce
Advisor of Junior Class.
Earl Bantz '
Graduate of University of Illinois, B. S
Teaches Agriculture and General Science.
Advisor of Freshman Class.
Benita A. Goad '
Graduate of University of Illinois,
B. S. of M. E.
University of Wisconsin
Teaches Boys and Girls Glee Club and
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RAYMOND 7409555 ROBERT BRITT MARIANNA HARPER PAUL MILLER
RALPH DENHART CLIFFORD BEHREH5 WILLIAM H. RICHARDS, JR. LEON BAXTER
MARY JANE BERKLEY CHARLC5 CURTIS WAYNE DENHART
One balmy September morning in 1936
thirteen green freshman walked into the
Ogden Community High School. 'They wereg
Leon Baxter, Clifford Behrens, Mary Jane
Berkely, Jane Boyd, Charles Curtis, Ralph
Denhart, Marianna Harper, Max Harry, Ray-
mond Hodges, Buren Jordan, Stanley Wallace
and Catherine Wright. These freshman put
on a show for a few weeks with their dumb-
ness in not knowing where to go or what to
do after they got there. Other than that,
everything proceeded smoothly during that
At the beginning of the Sophomore
year Stanley Wallace come up missing and 1
along came Lowell Calolasure to take his
place. Soon after that Paul
the class. Since there were
not many girls
to take foods that year, some of the boys
also took foods to make a full class.
Catherine Wright finished the Sophomore
year, but before she could get back the
Junior year someone offered her a marriage
licenseg she and Leland Mitchell were mar-
ried that summer.
At the beginning of the
Robert Britt joined our ranks. Everything
went smoothly during that year, with the
class play and also with the
Banquet. We had an enjoyable time.
At the beginning of the Senior year
Junior Richards joined us from Urbana.
Our Senior Year, in many ways the best
of the four, has served merely as a step-
ping-stone to another phase of education.
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Front Row, Left to Right: Lawrence Meese,
Lester Mapes, Robert McGee, Bennie
Bradley and Eldon Price. '
Second Row: June Baker, Bonnie Wilfong,
Donald Peters, Harriet Agnew and Miss
Furst, adviser. ' '
Third Row: Lowell Anderson, Dorothy Meade,
John McMahon, Juanita Denhart, James
Benayl and Helena Freese.
Front Row, Left to Right: La Verne Bensyl,
Richard Baxter, Robert Meier, Louie
Karlau and Harry Rice. '
Second Row: Eddie Hawkins, James Hiser,
Harold Poindexter, Robert Bradley,
Robert Scott, Arthur clerk and Mr.
Weldrip, advisor. '
Third Rows Wanda Boyd, Ruth Wilson, Robert
Ingalls, Gladys Taylor, Nora Sllkey,
and Marion Agnew,, '-
Fourth Row: Betty Yeazel, Dorothy Putnam,
Bonita Hiser, Richard Freeman, Helen
Denhart, Mary Fry and Mary Ella Mapes.
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Front Row, Left to Right: Robert Osterbur,
Annette Duitmman,'Robert Wallace, Hazel
Price, Carl Lewis, Lorene Aden and Frank
Second Rowz' June Wilfong, Jim Fry, Joanna '
Fiscus, Berneice Frericka, Alvin Bluhm,
and Irma Mae Helton. ' '
Third Row: Donald Freeman, Shirley'Miller,
Frank Jordan, Raymond Oaterbur, Char-
lotte Sohorff, Wilbur Buhr, Agnes
Anderson, Lillian Steffey, Donald
Harry and Mr. Bantz, advisor.
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GIRLS GLEE CLUB
Front row, left to rights. Helena Freese,
Lorene Aden, Hazel Price, Juanita Den-
hart, and Annetta.Duftsman. '
Second row: Mary Fry, Dorothy Mead, Harriet
Agnew, Nora Silkey, and Miss Benita Goad.
Third row: Marianna Harper, Wanda Boyd, Erma
May Helton, Berneioe Frerichs, Marion
Agnew, and Joanna Fiscus. '
Fourth row: Mary Ella Mapes, Agnes Anderson,
Charlotte Sohlorff, Lillian Steffey,
Helen Denhart, Shirley Miller, and
Betty Ruth Yeazel.
Seated, left to rightg Lorene Aden, John '
McMahon, Betty Hall, Charlotte Wallace,
Arthur Clark, Joanna Fiscus, Max Harry,
Harry Rice, Don Harry, Robert Scott,
Helena'Freeae, Robert Ingalls, Richard
Baxter, and Juanita.Denhart.
Standingg- Miss Benita Goad,.Lillian Steffey,
' .Marlon Agnew, Harriet Agnew, Nora Silkey,
A Jane Boyd, Erma May Helton, Annetta
Duitsman, Ruth Wilson, and Paul Miller.
, BOYS GLEE CLUB
Front row, left to right: Richard Baxter,
Robert McGee, Ben Bradley, and Max
Harry. ' ' ' '
Second row: Paul Miller, Lester Mapes, Jr.
Miss Benita Goad, Bob Bradley, and
Arthur Clark. ' , Q
Third row: Don Harry, Raymond Osterbur,
John McMahon, Robert Osterbur, and.,
Wilbur Buhr. John Duhr was not pre-
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BOYS AND GIRLS GLEE CLUB
President ------------- -------- Paul Miller
Vice President --------------- Robert McGee
Secretary and Treasurer---Robert Csterbur
Librarians --------- Max Harry-John McMahon
President ----------------- Marianna Harper
Vice President -------------- Helena Freese
Secretary ------------------- Helen Denhart
Librarians ------ Joanna Fiscus-June Baker
President , ' Max Harry
Vice President John McMahon
Secretary Robert Scott
Librarians-- ---- Joanna Fiscus-Paul Miller
Musical Events of the Year.
WILL ---------------------- Radio Broadcast
WDWS ---------------------- Radio Broadcast
Hallowe'en Festival --------------- '---Band
Christmas Cantatta ---- ---Girls"G1ee Club
Basketball Games --------------------- Band
Assembly Program ---------- M ---------- Band
County Music Festival ---------- Glee Clubs
Central Illinois Solo Contest ------------
--Nary Ella Mapes
St. Patrick's Day Program-Boys' Glee Club
East Central Illinois District Contest---
Mary Ella Mapes and Harriet Agnew
both placed in the B class in the Central
Illinois Solo Contest. Harriet placed in
the B class in her piano solo. Lester
Mapes placed in the A class in the tenor
group solo and so went to the Sectional
Contest held at Peoria.
SENIOR CLASS PROPHECY
LADIES AND GENTLEHRH. This is your UOgden
Televised News reporter, Buren Jordan,
talking to you from thefgreat Ogden air
terminal'on the southledge of Ogden,
Illinois. This June day in the year 1961
will be a memorable day in the'lives of
fourteen seniors of the class of 1941 and
their class advisor, Miss Railsbnck. The
world's greatest airway excursion trip will
be underway in just a few minutes. This
trip is for the purpose of finding out the
location of the class members. Some of
these will not be hard to find.
Paul Hiller, the great physicist, is
going on this trip to test his new Photo-
Phone, which he invented in 1948, just two
years after he was graduated from the U. of
I in 1946. Charles Curtis is the pilot of
the stratoliner which is to take us on this
trip. That lovely stewardess who is qiving
so much attention to the comforts of the
passengers on board the plane is none other
than harianna Harper. all the boys in school
thought that she was pretty dssszzyn
when she was a senior in school. The ship
is now taking off toward the U. of I. where
Kiss Railsback is teaching English to those
who will he teaching our children in high
school. Over in the west section of the town
of Champaign is a very modern building which'
is the beauty school operated by Jane Boyd.
We understand that she is doing a very Q
profitable business1at hor life calling.
As we travel westward we see a large
campus of buildings which looks like a
college but is the'County Hospital for un-'
fortunate children. Mary Jane Berkley is
doing very well at playing head nurse in
this great hospital. We are now getting
into the western part of the U. S. Here
are mrny ranches which supply the cities
of our nation. That large ranch just below
us is the Richards-Britt ranch for raising
hogs. So great is the extent of their
ranch that one can stand in the middle of
the ranch and not be able to see any of its
boundaries. As we cross the Rocky mountains,
we see the mountain beacon for guiding the
night planes through the mountains. This
particular beacon is tended by Raymond Hodges
He is living in the station with his wife
and family. His wife is the former Joanna
Fiscus, who was his schoolday sweetheart.
This beacon takes the place of the railroad
signals that Raymond used to tend. As we
near the city of Denver, we see a tall tower
which is now considered a landmark for pilots
It is nothing more than a tower which marks
the nightclub owned and operated by Max Harry
Even in high school he had experience in
handing out drinks over a bar.
Now,we near the city of San Francisco.
Over to one side we see a blaze of lights.
As we swoop lower we see a boxing match in
progress. It is Clifford Behrens fighting
for the middlcweight crown. He always did
like to fight as a record of his high
school days will show. We circle back from
the west and fly over the salt flats of the
Great Salt Lake of Utah. What is that tiny
speck moving at such a great speed on the
beach? It is Wayne Denhart testing his racer
He hopes to go at least 450 miles per hour
and maybe faster. If he does so, he will
break the world's record. He races as a side
line. His real work is testing cars for the
General Motors Company. It seems that we
have notnaccounted for all the members of
the class of 1941.
There is Leon Baxter yet to locate.
Perhaps we can find him in the eastern
part of thc country. In about two hours we
shall reach Maine. I have rumors that he
was operating one of the largest farms in
the New England States. Time flys so
fast on the trip that it seems no time at
all, until we have reached Leon's farm.
Sure enough there is Leon down there in a
control room from which he operates his
farm machinerys -He always was one to find
some way of making work easier. But our
time is about up and we must return to
Ogden. It seems that it has been a very
successful trip for all who were concerned.
But wait! We are about to forget our
classmate, Ralph Donhart. You remember
that he was the captain of our basketball
team both his Junior and Senior years.
At present he is managing thc Chicago Bruin's
professional basketball team. He seems to
be doing well, too, as his team won the
National Professional title this year. And
now that we have accounted for everyone,
it is time for me to get back to the office
and get this to the press.
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' BASKETBALL TEAM
Front row, left to right: Jr. Richards, John
McMahon, Lester Mapes, Ralph Denhart,
Robert McGee, and Raymond Hodges.
Second row! Coach John E. Waldrip, Lowell
Anderson, James Bensyl, Bob Meier, Eldon
Price, Louie Karlau, Buren Jordan, Bob
-Bradley, and Principal John I. Hay.
Left to right: Max Harry, Marianna Harper,
Front row, left to right: Buren Jordan, John
McMahon, Lester Mapes, Bob McGee, Bob
Meier, Ralph Denhart, and Leon Baxter.
Second row: 'Bob Scott, James Hiser, Wayne
Denhart, Louie Karlau, Coach John E.'
Waldrip, Richard Baxter, Bob Bradley,
and Charles Curtis.
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Philo 12m4e Ogden 21164 Homer
Foosland 46-2 Ogden QS-BO Sadorus
Fairmount '25.i'sa L-gdew ::U.-'?.l5 Philo
Fisher l6n4O Ogden C2-?Y Longview
Telono QQMBL Ogden 35 T5 St. Joseph
Pesotum 54UE Ogden QEWSA Homer
Sadorus 52e5 Ogden SF 58 Longview
Foosland 25-4' QSQSH QZVQS Seymour
Uni High QLMBQ Ogden Qimfl St. Joseph
Sidney 18f4O Ogden 25-LO Tndianola
Seymour 25-5 Ogden
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Homer 5-O Ogden 14-5 Homer
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Uni High l-10 Ogden
The Ogden Basketball team of 1940-41
will be remembered by the people and stub
dents as a team which Went out to win each
game. The boys fought hard and by looking
at the score it can be seen that they lost-
only eight games and won twenty-two, a re-
cord that is exceedingly good considering
the fact that the tallest man on the barely
touches the six foot mark.'. -
The team played in four tournaments
and did exceptionly well in all of them.
In the Oakwood Invitational Tournamentl '
they defeated Oakwood-and St, Joseph to
win the tournament axd a beautiful trophy,
In the County Tournament Ogden suf-
ferred a little tough luck and was beaten
in the second game by Sadcrus. Things went
a little better however in the District
Tournament. -The team was beaten by Homer
in the finals of that tournament. However
by winning second place they advanced on
into the Regional. ln this tournament
they were eliminated by Urbana in a close
victory. A -T '
Urbana went on toptake second place
in the State. The fact that Urbana beat
Ogden by only four points makes the Ogden
team lookIpretty good, doesn't it?
The Ogden Scftballers enjoyed an al-
most perfect season this year, winning
four and losing only one game.l The team
played brilliant ball and displayed exce-
lent sportsmanship and teamwork.
We're hoping that they can keep up
the good work and win many more for nDear
Old OGHS.np Don't fail us,4boysF',.p'
Gang way Ogden here we come. School
opened with 77 enrolling.
Oh, Mant what relief. The teachers
get to school instedd of the pupils.
Co. teachers Institute was held at
Un of Ia
Kitten Dall season opened. Host
to Homer in close game.
We journied over to Tolono for
What a crowd! Uni, High visited
Ogden in another soft ball game.
Hold on, Freshman. Initiation Night.
Homer journeed to Ogden. We reversed
the previous decision. '
Class officers and Mr. Hay drew up'
a schedule of assembly programs for
Tolono defeated by Ogden in smft ball
Another break for the students.
Teachers attended E. C. D. Meeting
at U. of I. S' '
Worjldpllisetory Classwlth Don Harry
master of cermcnies, presented the
first assembly program. -'
At last it has arrlved. Juior Clam
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Back again-- Basket ball! .Won first
game at Philo. - '
Second Team defeated Foosland.-
Miss Furst had charge of a round
table discussion of manners.
We beat a strong Eairmount quintet.
More basketeball and more wins.
Defeated Fisher at Fisher.
Thanksgiving program was given by
the Freshman.. Ogden was pleased to
win from Tolono.
Oh Boy! A basket-ball game with an
overtime which Ogden won.
Mr. Bantz and the An. Husbandry class
gave an assembly program on School
What a ball-game! Saderus here.
Ogden won by a last minute basket.
Ogden seconds defeated Foosland at
Mix 'em welll' Well we did. Won
over Uni. High, then enjoyed a mixing
Sidney, wdth.part of them on the
sidelines, was defeated by Ogden.
Girls Glee Club gave a Christmas pro-
gram before the assembly.
Invitational Tournament at Oakwood
with Ogden taking the trophy away
from St. Joe, Oakwood, and Catlin.
Santy good to you too? School rep-
pens. Defeated Seymour there.
Ogden played Homer at Oakwood.
Estimated 1200 people attended game.
Double overtime at'Sadorus. Mapes
out with an injury. '
County tourney at Fisher. Ogden played
with Mahomet and won, then lost to
Defeated Longview in a hard fought
game. . s
Defeated St. Joseph in their gymnash
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Just basket-ball again. Longview
turned the tables on us at Longview.
Seymourrdefeated at Ogden.
We invited St. Joseph to a Mixer
after their game here.
Assembly program on Washington's
birthday by Future Farmers of
America. Also ball
nole at Indianola.
We placed second to
game with India-
nMemor1es of e Hitch hiker and a
Brush srxesmenn by Mr. Hay before
Bo ls Clee Club wave several Irish
Numbers before tae assembly.
April Fool.Program by Freshmen Class.
Senior Class Play--How to Get Married
Baseball game at Sidney.
Duel Track Meet at Rantoul.
Baseball nt Homer.
Dist. Track mee: at Monticello.
Bneenqll at Cekweod,
EmsgF1ll at Ogdrn with Sidney.
Tvxrev Senior Banquet,
Cher nigh Co. Trdok Meet at Rantoul.
Bdeawluureate at CHristian Cnurch.
Cfmwonfement---Dr. L. H, Howe. Vice
President of Olivet College, Speaker.
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SENIOR CLASS WILL
We, the members of the class of nine-
teen hundredkforty-one, having completed
four years in Ogden High Sohool'and being
very brilliant, do make, crdain, publish,
and declare this to be our last will and
testament. Of our worldly possese1ons we
leave to the Junior Class our ability to
find excuses for getting oht of school, to
cooperate in getting our lessons, and to
talk the teachers out of other lessons.
We, the Senior Class hereby appoint
Miss Fern Railsback as executrix of our
last will and testament, in consideration
of her faithfulness and patience with us
for the last two years. .
I, Paul Miller, hereby bequeath my ability
to get into mischief and out of it again to
Harriet Agnew. A
I, Max Harry, hereby bequeath my waistline
to Shorty-Messe so he won't be mistaken for
a steam pipe around school anymore.
To Juanita Denharty, I, Jane soya, bequeath
my ability to tell jokes.
I, Ralph Denhart, leave my speed to Ben
Bradley in the hope that he will be able
to play basketball next year.
To John HRomeoN McMahon, I, Leon Baxter,
leave my one and only ability, that of dat-
ing good looking girls.
I, Robert Britt, leave my ability to play
checkers to the one and only NGabbyn Price.
I, Raymond Hodges, bequeath my ability to
be suspended from school and thus get an
extra vacation to all boys in the Junior
I, Marianna Harper, leave my ability C0
dance and jitterbug to Bonnie Wilfong.
To my friend, June Baker, I, Mary Jane
Berkley, leave my best ability to sass
I, Charles Curtis, leave my ability to at-
tract the women to Lowell Anderson. AAs he
seems to be doing pretty well.lately, maybe
he won't need itg so he may pass it on to
anyone who does.
I, Junior Richards, leave my ability to foul
out of basketball games to James Bensyl.
I, Wayne Denhart, leave my ability to cuss
and discuss various things to Donald Peters.
I, Buren Jordan, bequeath my ability to
stand up and make myself known to bashful
Helena Freese. -
I, Clifford1Behrens, leave my outstanding
talent at getting into fights and having
automobile wrecks to Irish Mapes.
We, the senior Class of 1941 do set our
hand and seal to this document on this
day, the 27 day of the month of May in the
year of our Lord one thousand, nine hun-
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HOME EC. CLUB
Front row, left to right: Erma'Hay Helton,
Ruth Wilson, Helena Freese, Jane Boyd,
Marianna Harper, and Joanna Fiscus.
Second row: Mary Fry, Charlotte Schlorff,
Harriet Agnew, Gladys Taylor, Nora
Silkey, Bonita Hiser, and Miss Furst.
Third row: 'Betty Ruth Yeazel, Shirley '
Miller, Helen Denhart, Marion Agnew,
A June Baker, Lillian Steffey, Agnes
Anderson, and Mary Ella Mapes.
Seated at table, left to right: ,Charles
Curtis, Robert, Britt, Paul miller,
Marianna Harper, and Miss Railsback.
Standing: Leon Baxter, Ralph Donhart, '
Raymond Hodges, Max Harry, Buren Jordan,
Jr. Richards, Wayne Denhart, and Jane
FUTURE FARMERS OF AMERICA
The Ogden Chapter of the F.F.A. was Q
first organized last September at a meet-
ing called by Mr. Bantzu 'The-following
officers were chosen.
President ------------ ----- Leon Baxter
Vice President ---------------- John McMahon
Secretary -------------------- Ralph Denhart
Treasurer----- ---- ------- Robert Britt
Reporter----Q ---------------- Wayne Denhart
On September 2O-21 the president and'
secretary attended an officers' training
school at Springfield. A corn husking con-
test was held October 16, Leon Baxter tak-
ing first place with an average of thirteen
bushels for forty-minutes. Leon then com-
peted in the District Contest at Catlin. '
Fourteen students attended the International
Livestock show at Chicago in December. '
February 24 a sectional ping-pong and
checker tournament was held for section
thirteen, at Ogden. Robert Britt placed -
second in the checker tournamentg Junior-
Richards and Ben Bradley took first in the
doubles of ping-pong. ' ' 4 '
A father-and-son banquet was held the
latter part of April. .Mr. Bantz has taken
the boys on a number of field trips this.
year and is planning a number more of in-
terest for next year. He hopes to have an
increase in the enrollment of agriculture
next year. Happy Farming Boys!!
MODERN HOMEMAKERS OF AMERICA
President ------ L4-4-L------.-4---Jane Boyd
Vice President ------------ ----Lorena Aden
Secretary---- ---- - ------ --Katherine Wagner
Treasurer -------- 4-4 ---- --- ----- June Baker
Reponter----A------ ----------- Marion Agnew
Com ittees and Special Duties A
Social ' ' Marianna Harper
Program ' Mary Ella Mapes
Publicity ' -Marion Agnew
Scrapbook' I Helena Freese
News Gathering ' Harriet Agnew
Finance Helen Denhart
Invitation Ruth Wilson
' The Home Economics Club had the honor
of sending Helen Denhart and Joanna Fiscus
to the Home Ec State Convention in Spring-
field. They were the two representatives
from our Ogden High School. There were ap-
proximately five-hundred girls at this con-
Seventeen girls from Ogden High were
present at the District III Home Ee Rally
day meet at Atwood. There was registration
in the morning and a speech by the state
club sponsor, com unity singing, two skits
about Home Economics, discussion groups, a
talk., "Globe-trotting," by a guest speaker,
and a quizz program. There were five-hun-
dred and fifty present.
HOME ECONOMICS DEFARTKENT'S MOTHER'S DAY
The Home Economic's Department gave
a style show and tea Wednesday, May 7
for the mothers of all the high school
students in honor of Motherfs Day.
A garden scene was the stage setting
for the clothing girls who modeled their
dresses in the fashion show. The same
spring theme was carried out in pink and
green table decorations with a miniature
garden for the centerpiece.
Several girls from the music depart-
ment furnished music for the program.
Mary Ella Mapes and Marion Agnew each
sangg Erma May Helton played a flute solo
and Wanda Boyd played a piano solon
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' St. Joseph, Illinois
Homer Theatre '
Logan Hedrick, Mgr.
M. D. Hanger Meat Market
Edna's Beauty Shop
E. L. Rudicil Garage'
St. Joseph, Illinois
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This space is given over to the
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