Tuscola High School - Tuscolian Yearbook (Tuscola, IL)
- Class of 1955
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THE SENIOR CLASS
TUSCOLA COMMUNITY HIGH SCHOOL
The entire Class of 1955 presents this issue of the TUSCOLIAN with the hope that:
"When time who steals our years away
Shall steal our pleasures too,
The mem'ry of the past will stay
And half our joys renew, "
CO - EDITORS
It is with sincere appreciation that we, the
Class of 1955, dedicate this issue of the TUSCOLIAN
to Mr. R. C. Wulliman for thirty-two years of loyal
and faithful service as teacher and principal of our
BOARD OF EDUCATION
STANDING: Frank DeBo1t, Don Baird, Virgil B. Ross, Gaylord Gates,
District Treasurerg Dr. Myron Boylson, Robert Romine. SEATED: Dr.
M. F. Lossman, Elmer Little, Jr.
Mrs. Grubb and Mrs. Smith.
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STANDING: Alberta Magnusson, Kenneth Michael, Robert Brigham, Paul Gilpin, G. E. Maloney, Carl
Kohrt, Reeve W. Norton, Wendell Schrader, Bertha E. Flack, Harriet Sluss. SEATED: Frances Shiplett,
Vivian Michaelis, Wilma Allen, Mary Jones, Virginia Danner, Dorothy Deer, Louise Frantz, Lucile
REEVE W. NORTON, Principal. J. H. HAMMACK, Superintendent
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TCHS 1,2,3,4p G.A.A. l,2,3,4g Intramural l,
2g Latin Club l,2g Band 1,2,3,4g F.H.A.2,3,4g
Treasurer 4g Girls' Chorus 2,3,4g Annual
DORIS LEWIS ATTEBERRY
TCHS 1,2,3,4g G.A.A. 1,2,3,4, Tumbling show
1,2g Latin Club 1,2,4p Girls' Chorus 3.4:
F.H.A. 3,4g Recreation Chairman 3g Degree
Chairman 4g Intramural 1,2,3,4g Tribe l,2,4g
Annual Staff 4,
TCHS 1,2,3,4g Latin Club lg G.A.A. 1.2:
Annual Staff 4.
TCHS 1,2,3,4g G.A.A. 1,25 F.H.A. 1,2gAn1'lua1
RAYMOND L. BLARY
Biloxi, Mississippi l,3g Fairfield, California
2g TCHS 4: Football 1,4g Baseball 39 Student
Council lg Spanish Club 23 Math Club 3g
Homecoming Play 4g T. Club 4g Annual Staff
MARY JOAN BREEN
TCHS 1,2,3,45 Tribe 1,2,3,45 Press Club 1,
2,3,45 G.A.A. 15 Quill and Scroll 3,45 Presi-
dent 45 Junior Class Play5 Senior Class
Play5 Girls' Chorus 45 Thespians 45 Annual
TCHS 1,2,3,45 Vice-President 15 President
35 Band 1,2,3,45 Clarinet Quartette 1,2,3,45
Girls' Chorus l,2,3,45 Mixed Chorus 1.2.3,
45 Mixed Ensemble 3,45 Girls' Ensemble 35
Vocalettes 25 Accompanist 1,2,3,45 Barber-
shop Quartette 35 Latin Club 1,25 President
2: G.A.A. 1,2,35 Debate Club 3,45 Student
Council 35 Tribe l,2,35 Thespians 3,45Home-
coming Play 35 Junior Class P1ay5 Christmas
Play 45 Senior Class Play5 Annual Staff 4.
TCHS 1,2,3,45 F.F.A. 1,2,3,45 T. Club 45
Football 45 Annual Staff 4.
ATI-IS 1,2,35 TCHS 45 F.H.A. l,2,3,45 Pro-
jects Chairman 35 Junior Class P1ay5 AT-
TO-HI 35 Senior Class Play5 Band 25 Annual
TCHS 1,2,3,45 Press Club 2,3,45 Art Editor
3,45 Boys' Chrous l,2,35 Football Manager 35
Intramural 1,2,3,45 Football 15 Basketball 1,
2.3.45 Homecoming Plays 3,45 Junior Class
Play5 Senior Class P1ay5 Thespians 3,45
President 45 Optimist Club Play 35 M.C. at
Junior-Senior Prom 35 M.C. at Press Club
Dance 45 M.C. of School Christmas Program
45 Explorer Scouts 25 Homecoming King
Candidate 45 Annual Staff 4.
J ANICE GAYLE DODSON
Oklahoma City, Oklahoma 1,2,3g TCHS 4,
Choir lg Ki Yi'S 2,3g F.B.L.A. 2,35 Annual
TCHS 1,2,3,4g Press Club 1,25 F.H.A. 1.2,
3,4g President 3g Secretary 4g G.A,A. 1,2,3g
Tribe 1,2,3,4g President 4: Girls' Chorus 1,
2,3,4g Mixed Chorus 2,3,4g Girls' Ensembles
2,3,4g Latin Club 25 Intramural 1,2,3,4g
Thespians 4, Homecoming Play 4g Christmas
Play 45 "Miss James Decides to Stay" 4g
Junior Class Play, Senior Class Play, Band
1,2,3,4g Student Council 19 Student Director
3,45 Saxophone Sextette 3,4g Saxophone Quar-
tet 2,3,4g Vice-President 3, Homecoming
Qieen 4g Annual staff 4.
TCHS 1,2,3,4g G.A,A. 1,2,3g F,H.A. 1,2gBand
1,2,3,4g Tribe 1,2,3g Baton Ensemble 1,2,3,4g
Annual Staff 4.
TCHS 1,2,3,4g G.A.A. 1,2g F.H.A. 1,2,3,4g
Vice-President 2,35 Student Council 4g Girls'
Chorus 1,2,3,4g Mixed Chorus 3,4g Girls'
'Ensemble 3, Mixed Ensemble 4g Press Club
4, Tribe 2,3,4g Thespians 45 Senior Class
Playg Annual Staff 4.
TCHS 1,2,3,4g T. Club 2,3,4g Secretary 4g
Thespians 45 Football 1,2,3,4, Basketball 1,
2,3,4g Track 1,2,3g Intramural 1,2,3,4g Chorus
1,2,3,4g Junior Class Play, Senior Class Play:
Homecoming Play 45 Annual Staff 4.
JAMES G. F OLEY
TCHS 1,2,3,4g Basketball l,3,4g Football 1,
3,4g Spanish Club 2, Mixed Chorus 1,2,3,4,
Boys' Chorus 1,2,3,4g Intramural 1,2,3,4g
Band lg Senior Class Play, Annual Staff 4.
TCI-IS 1,2,3,4g Band 2,3,4g Boys' Chorus 2,
3,4g Mixed Chorus 45 Track Manager 3, Annual
TCHS 1,2,3,4, Boys' Chorus 1, Boy Scouts
1,2,3,4g Amateur Radio Club 3,45 President
3,45 F.F.A. 45 Annual Staff 4.
TCHS 1,2,3,4g G,A.A. 1,25 Intramural 1,'2,3g
Annual Staff 4.
TCHS l,2,3,4g F,F.A. 1,2,3,4g Sentinel 45
Football 45 T, Club 4, Annual Staff 4,
TCHS 1.2,3,45 T. Club 253,45 Treasurer 45
F.F.A. 1,2,3,45 Reporter 45 Football 1,2,3,4'
Basketball 153,45 Track 1,2,35 Intramural 1,
2,3,45 Band 1,2,3,45 Saxophone Quartet 2,3,45
Saxophone Sextette 3,45 Thespians 45 Home-
coming Play 35 Senior Class Play5 Boy's
State 35 King Candidate 45 Annual Staff 4.
TCHS l,2,3,45 G.A.A. 15 Intramural 25 Tribe
1,2,3,45 Press Club l,2,3,45 Quill and Scroll
45 Student Council 45 Junior Class Play5
Senior Class Playg Annual Staff 4.
TCHS l,2,3,45 Latin Club 1,25 G.A.A. l,2,3,
45 Girls' Chorus l,2,,45 Mixed Chorus 3,45
Vocalettes 1,35 Mixed Ensemble 35 Band
1,2,3,45 Twirler 1, Head Majorette 2,3,45
Baton Ensemble 2,3,45 Tribe 3,45 Intramural
1,25 Thespians 45 "Miss James Decides To
Stay" 45 Homecoming Play 45 Senior Class
Playg Annual Staff 4.
TCHS 1,2,3,45 F.F.A. 1,2,3,45 Intramural 35
Wrestling 45 Annual Staff 4.
TCHS 1,2,3,45 F.F.A, 1,2,3,45StudentCounci1
45 Reporter 35 Annual Staff 4.
MARY B. CLER LONG
TCHS 1,2,3,45 Latin Club 15 G.A.A. 1,23
Girls' Chorus 15 Annual staff 4.
TCHS l,2,3,45 G.A.A. 1,2,3,45 Vice-President
35 President 45 F.H.A. 2,3,45 Reporter 35
Chairman 45 Press Club lg Spanish Club 15
Girls' Chorus 2,35 Annual Staff 4.
TCHS 1,2,3,45 Secretary-Treasurer l,2,3,45
Latin Club 1,2,3,4g G.A.A. 1,2,35 Thespians
3,45 Secretary-Treasurer 45 G.A.A. 1,2,35
Band 1,2,3,4g Student Council 35 President
45 Saxophone Quartet 2,3,45 Saxophone Sextette
3,45 All State Band 35 Girls' Chorus 1,2,3,45
Mixed QIOTUS 1,2,3,45 Vocalettes 25 Tribe
1,2,3,45 Junior Class Play5 HomecomingP1ay
45 Christmas Play 45 Senior Class Play5
Homecoming Queen Candidate 45 Annual Staff
TCHS 1,2,3,45 Basketball 1,2,3,45 Manager
1,25 Football lg Track 25 Manager 15 Debate
Club 2,3,45 Treasurer 45 Press Club 1,2,35
Boys' Chorus 1,2,3,4: Mixed Chorus 3,45
Big Eight 3,45 intramural 1,2.3,45 Junior
Class Play5 Homecoming Play 3,45 Annual
TCHS l,2,3,45 Latin Club 1,2,3,45 G.A.A. 1,
2,3,45 Secretary-Treasurer 3,49 Tribe 1,2,3,
45 Girls' Chorus 3,45Band l,2,3,45 Secretary-
Treasurer 45 Clarinet Quartet 3,45Thespians
45 Junior Class Play5 Senior Class Play5
Annual staff 4.
TCHS 1,2,3,4g Student Council 4g Secretary4g
G.A.A. 1,2,3g Tribe 1,3g Latin Club l,2,3,4g
Girls' Chorus 1,2,3,4g Mixed Chorus l,2,3,4g
Vocalettes 2g Mixed Ensemble 4: Barbershop
Quartet 3g All State Chorus 3g Junior Class
Playg Homecoming Play 4gSenior Class Playg
Homecoming Queen Candidate 4: Annual Staff
THOMAS A. MEYER
TCHS l,2,3,4g President 15 F.F.A. 1,2,3,4g
Vice-President 3: T. Club 2,3,4g President
4: Football 1,2,3,4g Track l,2,3,4g Wrestling
3,4g Intramural 1.2.35 Band 1,21 Annual Staff
MARY LOU PFLUM
TCHS 1,2,3,4g Latin Club 1.2: G.A.A. 1,2,3,
4g F .H.A. 4g Tribe 3,4p Senior Class Playg
Annual Staff 4.
LYLA MAE NOWNING
TCHS 1,2,3,4g G.A.A. 1,2,3,4g Tribe 2,3,4g
F.H.A. l,2,3,4g Projects Chairman 3g Presi-
dent 4g Junior Degree 3g Annual Staff 4.
TCHS l,2,3,4g F.F.A. l,2,3,4g Treasurer 4g
Judging Team 2,3g Annual Staff 4.
RUSSELL E. RAHN
Sadorus Junior High School 1: TCHS 2,3,4:
TCHS 1,2,3,4: President 2: Press C1ub2,3,4:
Sports Editor 3,4: Latin Club 2,3: Band 1,
2,3,4: Vice-President 3,4: Student Director
3: Student Council 2: Basketball 1 : Intramural
1.2: Tribe 1,2,3,4: Boys' State 3: Thespians
4: Homecoming Play 3,4: Junior Class Play:
Senior Class Play: Christmas Play 4: Boys'
Chorus 2: Homecoming King Candidate 4:
Annual Staff 4.
TCHS 1,2,3,4: Girls' Chorus 1,2: F.H.A. 1,
2,3,4: Junior Degree 2: Chapter Degree 3:
G.A.A. 1,2,3,4: Tribe 3,4: Spanish Club 2:
Annual Staff 4.
TCHS 1,'2,3,4: G.A.A. 1,2,3: F.H.A. 1,2,3,4:
Girls' Chorus 1: Tribe 1,2,3,4: Intramural
l,2,3: Annual Staff 4.
TCHS 1,2,3,4: Football 1: Basketball 1,2,3,4:
Intramural 1,2,3,4: Band 1,2,3,4: President
3: Student Council 4: All State Band 4: Trom-
bone Quartet 1: Trombone Trio 2: Brass
Qiartet 3,4: Press Club 3,4: Explorer Scouts
2: Thespians 4: Homecoming Play 3: Senior
Class Play: Annual Staff 4.
TCHS 1,2,3,45 Vice-President 35 Latin Club
1,25 G.A.A. 152,35 Student Council 25 Debate
Club 3,45 Parliamentarian 45 Tribe 1,2,3,45
Girls' Chorus 1,2,3,45 President 45 Mixed
Chorus 1,2,3,45 Vocalettes 25 Band 1,2,3,45
Student Director 45 Girls' Ensemble 2,35
Barbershop Quartet 35 Girls' State 35 Thes-
pians 3,45 Vice-President 45 Homecoming
Play 3,45 Junior Class Play5 Christmas
Play 45 Senior Class Play5 Homecoming
Qieen Candidate 45 Annual staff 4.
TCHS 1,2,3,45 G.A.A. 1,25 Spanish Club 1,2,
3,45 Annual Staff 4.
TCHS 1,2,3,45 Latin Club 1,2,35 G.A.A. 1,2,
3,45 Tribe 35 Thespians 45 Senior Class Play5
Girls' Chorus 3,45 Annual Staff 4.
Terre Haute, Indiana 15 TCHS 2,3,45 Speech
Club 15 Y-Teens 15 G.A.A. 15 Latin Club 1,25
F.H.A. 25 Press Club 3,45 Intramural 2,3,45
Girls' Chorus 1,2,3,45 Mixed Chorus 1,2,3,45
Girls' Ensemble 35 Mixed Ensemble 3,45
Tribe 2,3.45 Junior Class Play5 Senior Class
Play5 Annual Staff 4.
TCHS 1,2,3,45 Spanish Club 1,2,3,45 G.A.A.
1,2,3,45 Tribe 1,2,3,45 Girls' Giorus 1,3,45
Mixed Chorus 3,45 Thespians 45 Junior Class
Play5 Christmas Play 45 Senior Class Play5
Annual Staff 4.
RICHARD V . VALENTINE
TCHS 1,2,3,4g Vice-President 4: Football lg
Basketball lg Track lg Intramural lg Wrest-
ling 3,45 Boys' Chorus l,2,3,4g Mixed Chorus
1,2,3,4g Big Eight 3,4g Mixed Ensemble 3,4g
State 3g Debate Club 3,4g President 4g Home-
coming Play 4g Junior Class Playg Senior
Class Playg All State Chorus 4: Homecoming
King 4g Annual Staff 4.
TCHS 1,2,3,4g Boys' Chorus 1,2g Annual
TCHS 1,2,3,4g Football 1,2,3,4g Basketball 1,
2,3,4g Track 1,2,3,4g Intramural 1,2,3,4g
Boys' Chorus 1,2,3,4g Mixed Chorus 2,3,4g
Boys' Ensemble 3,49 Mixed Ensemble 4g
Homecoming Play 1,3g Junior Class Playg
Senior Class Play: All State Chorus 4g Latin
Club 1,2,3,4g President 3: T. Club 2,3,4g
Vice-President 4g Student Council3,4g Presi-
dent 4g Press Club 4g Debate Club 3,4g Student
Council 45 Tribe 1,2,3,4g Annual Staff 4.
J IM WEBER
TCHS 1,2,3,4g F.F.A. 1,2,3,4g Secretary 4:
Student Council 4g Homecoming Play3g Foot-
ball 1,2,3,4g T. Club 2,3,4p Intramural l,2,3,
45 Annual Staff 4.
ERVIN V0nL ANKEN
TCHS 1,2,3,4g President 4g F.F.A. 1,2,3,4
Secretary 3g President 4g Student Council 4
Intramura14g Annual Staff 4.
MARTHA GENE WOOLRIDGE
F.B,L.A. 1: Annual Staff 4.
TCHS 1,2,4g McLeansboro High School 3g
Arlington Heights High School 3: F.H.A. 1-
We, the Class of 1955 of Tuscola Community High School, in the County of Douglas and the
state of Illinois, being of sound mind and body do hereby make, publish, and declare this to be our
last will and testament.
First: We are sorry to depart from our beloved high school but know that the future classes
will carry on.
Second: Knowlngthat they will honestly do this to the best of their ability, we do will and
bequeath the following to said persons.
Doris Atteberry leaves her trip to Japan to anyone wanting to learn Japanese.
Lois Baker leaves her curls to "Cookie."
Mary Benner leaves her fondness for Arcola to Carol Kibler.
Peggy Benner leaves her height to Mike Payne.
Leroy Blary leaves his girl to anyone who qualifies.
Mary Joan Breen bequeaths her ability to get out of P. E. class to anyone who can get away with
it. She could.
Max Buchanan leaves his Tarzan yell to Albert Heacock.
Chub Conner wills his "ha ha" laugh to "tee hee" Huber.
Sue Cox leaves her musical ability to Eddie VonLanken.
Sarah Dallas bequeaths her quiet disposition to Bonnie Schultz.
Sandra DeBo1t leaves her crown to the future Homecoming queen.
Sue Dickson leaves her ability to get along with boys to Carole Stackhouse.
Gayle Dodson leaves her southern accent to Barbara Lossman.
Pat Donnals leaves her "giggle" to Vonda Branham.
Phil Flanigan leaves his ability NOT to get along with officials to all future athletes.
J im Foley leaves his nickname "Boo I-loo" to Bill Nisbet.
Herbert Fullerton leaves his cowboy gun to Sheriff Sid,
John Hartman leaves his brother Skip to the Army.
Wilbur Hattabaugh leaves his ambition to be a janitor to Chuck King.
Pat Hill wills her '49 Ford to anyone having to walk to school.
Ruth Hopper leaves her typing ability to the '56 annual staff.
Ronald Kingery leaves the gear out of his car to "Low Gear" Enyart.
Larry Little leaves his trips to Montezuma to anyone who owns a gas station.
Virginia Logan wills her position of head majorette to any up-and-coming baton twirler.
Harold Long leaves his domestic qualities to all T. C. H. S. bachelors.
Mary B. Long wills her long eyelashes to be evenly divided between the Armstrong twins.
Caryl Lossman leaves her antique furniture to the Knox Furniture Store in Villa Grove.
Doris McDaniel leaves her English grades to her brother Curt.
Shirley Mannin wills her diamond ring to any future homemaker.
Rick Marsh leaves his guns to the Federal Arsenal.
Tom Meyer leaves his physique to Jerry Cooper.
Lyla Nowning leaves her light-blue eyes to Larry Stabler.
Ann Ohlsen leaves her "cluttered" locker to her sister Earlene.
Mary Lou Pflum wills her friendly smile to all T. C. H, S. teachers.
Henry Rahn leaves his remaining freedom to Keith Farber.
Russell Rahn leaves his loud ways to Pat Weber.
Joan Robertson wills her job at the show to anyone wanting to see a free movie.
Roger Roderick leaves his place on the bench to anyone silly enough to want it.
Dale Rutan leaves his acting ability to the Swift Ham Company.
Ethel Schoppe leaves her musical rhythm to the boys' P. E. classes.
Sharon Shank leaves her red hair tint to anyone who knows how to use it.
Pat Simmons leaves her natural curly hair to Nancy Harriss.
Rita Stackhouse leaves ------------------------ for good.
Janice Thornton wills her G. A. A. bowling score to all amateurs.
Phyllis Travis leaves her size 6 shoes to Carol Clapper.
Richard Valentine leaves his car to anyone whose father is a mechanic.
Wayne Vest wills his ability to get his nose broken to Carl Bozarth.
Ervin VonLanken leaves his duties as class president to the next senior class president.
Raymond Weatherford leaves his mustache to Stan Dotson.
Jim Weber wills his dancing ability to Bonnie Sanderson.
Martha Woolridge leaves her friendly personality to the office.
The Attached document was hereunto subscribed to by the Senior Class of 1955 in the pre-
sence of each of us and was at the same time declared to be our last will and testament, and we
signed our names hereto as witnesses on this second day of February, one thousand nine hundred
and fifty five 119555.
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TOP ROW: D, Conley, A. Lewis, M. Kropp, H. Weatherford, D. Kerns, C. Green, L. Phillips, T. Benner
T. Romine, D. Reed, F. Vest, J. Teeters, J. Norris, F. Ross, L. Abney, L. Harrison. FIFTH ROW: D
Stenger, B. Mannin, B. Smith, B. Bartley, P. Cler. E. Utterback, N. Wagner, M. Nowning, A. Soards, J
Randolph, M. Dantzler, J. Firestone. J. Wright, A. Heacock, E. Ohlsen, C. Miller, C. McCroskey, D
Dunn. FOURTH ROW: Mr.Maloney, B. Mackey, S.Mitche11, W.Whitaker, L. Wilhelm, E. Perry. J. Henning
B. Henderson, W. Benner, A. Huser, J. Bozarth, W. Flanigan, C. Harris. THIRD ROW: B. Schulz, C
Martin, M. Baker, B. Drake, S. Crodier, L.Kex1nedy, B. McCartney, M. Woltmann, G. Grubb, B. Lossman
L. Burress, N. Harriss, L. Albin, Mr. Gilpin. SECOND ROW: P, Dallas, S, Zane, L. Wagner, S. Leslie
J. Zeigler, B. McNeeley, N. Cassiday. J. Brewer, L, Warren, C. Rahn, S. Dallas, S. Buchanan, S. Conner
R. Kleiss. FIRST ROW: W. Huber, L. Ostendorf, R. Morris, C. Lewis, C. McDaniel, D. Shank, L. Fox
G. Cooper, J. Mefford, E. Lash, F. Cler.
President: Cliff Green
Vice-President: J er ry Norris
Secretary-Treasurer: Gaila Grubb
Student Council: Linda Kennedy
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D. Lewis, C. McCroskey, S. Cooper, C. Miller, G. Grubb. J. Wright, J. Firestone. FOURTH ROW: S.
Dallas, S. Helm, V. Branham, P. Simmons, C. Martin, L. Wagner, C. Martin, M. Kleiss, S. Foley, P.
Perry, S. Dickson, A. Moss, J. Timm, M, Dantzler, V. Logan, M. Woltmann, THIRD ROW: B. McCartney,
N, Harriss, B. Lossman, L. Burress, N. Williams, J. Breen, M. Benner, M. Breen, D. Atteberry, R.
Zeigler, P. Chaplin, M, Lloyd, L. Albin, M. Lecher, D. McDaniel, P. Travis. SECOND ROW: M. Waters,
L. Jones, A. Sinclair, J. Kibler, M. Kohler, S. Mitchell, S. Conner, R. Kleiss, J. Sturgell, J. Baird, N.
Hammack, J. Manwaring, C. Stackhouse, I. Yoder, J. Sudduth, J. Knobloch, P. Cler, N. Long, D. Cousins,
S. Leslie, Mrs. Shiplett, Director. SEATED: A. Trinkle, C. Kibler, C. Hinners, B. Mannin, J. Zeigler,
B. McNeely, S. Buchanan, B. Schultz, R. Stackhouse, J. Armstrong, J. Armstrong, S. Cox, P. Dallas, L.
Rich, C. Moore, M. Baker. J. Brewer.
TOP ROW: D. Kerns, W. Flanigan, B. Ware, C. Green, F. Vest, E. Bass, M. Payne, B. Manwaring, M
Martin, B. Nesbit. BOTTOM ROW: S. Cox, Accompanistg J. Hood, A. Rahn, A. Huser, W. Vest, R. Valen-
tine, S. Dotson. J. Simmons, A. Heacock, W. Hattabaugh, Mrs. Shiplett, Director.
STANDING Miss Dickinson, S. Dickson, R. Hopper, J. Timm, D. Kerns J Jolley E VonLanken H
Long R Marrs J Weber, K, Farber, C. Green, L. Kennedy, N. Hammack Mr Norton SEATED J
Armstrong J Kibler S Helm, E. Miller, W. Vest, A. Ohlsen, R. Roderick C Stackhouse J Sturgell
President . , . ,
Secretary . .
Treasurer . .
Advisors . . .
, . , Wayne Vest
. . . Ed Miller
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. Suzanne Helm
TOP ROW: S. Rund, J. Sudduth, S. Schultz, G. Shaw, E. Utterback, J. Robertson, J. Rideout, S. Cooper,
C. McCroskey, S. Dallas, M. Nowning, E. Schoppe, D. Sulser, D. Lewis. THIRD ROW: M. Pflum, C.
Haney, B. Koster, J. Kohler, L. Jones, B. Mackey, N. Wagner, B. Drake, B. Reeder, L. Wilhelm, S.
Whitaker, J. Kibler. SECOND ROW: S. Zane, L. Wagner, B. Mannin, S. Dallas, J. Zeigler, M. Baker,
C. Hinners, Miss Frantz, R. Kleiss, P. Dallas, S. Barbee, S. Buchanan, J. Brewer, E. Perry. FIRST
ROW: C. Tabor, S. Mannin, A. Sinclair, D. Atteberry, S. Dickson, S. DeBolt, L. Nowning, C. Kibler, M.
Benner, B. Jolley, P. Howard, Mrs. Kibler.
President ...... . . . Lyla Nowning Reporter ..... . . . Beverly Jolley
Vice-President . . . . Carol Kibler Parliamentarian . . . . Delores O'Bryan
Secretary . . . . . . Sandra DeBolt Historian .... ..... P at Howard
Treasurer .... . . . Mary Benner Song Leader . . . . . . Corinne Tabor
Student Council . . . . .Sue Dickson Advisor . . . . . . . . MiSS Frantz
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Roderick, W. Vest, R. Valentine, S. Helm, I. Breen, V. Logan, J. Armstrong, A. Moss, S. Dickson.
SECOND ROW: J. Armstrong, J. Timm, D. Rutan, P. Flanigan, Mrs. Jones, C. Conner, R. Stackhouse,
C. Lossman, C. Stackhouse, E. Miller. FIRST ROW: S. Dotson, D. Willison, C. Martin, L. Little.
President . . . . . . . C. Conner Secretary-Treasurer. . C. Lossman
Vice-President . . R. Stackhouse Advisor: Mrs. Jones Student Council. . .C. Stackhouse
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STANDING: J. Armstrong, C. Stackhouse, R. Stackhouse, V. Logan, L. Blary, S. Foley, A. Ohlsen,
C. Clapper, S. Cox, C. Lossman, B. Schultz, P. Flanigan, S. DeBolt, Mrs. Jones, S. Helm, J. Arm-
strong. SEATED: R. Marsh, D. Willison, D. Rutan, C. Conner, E. Miller, B. Michener, N. Hammack,
R. Valentine, J. Timm.
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STANDING: S. Cox, M. Pflum, J. Foley, R. Roderick, R. Valentine, T. Meyer, D. McDaniel, R.
Stackhouse, C. Lossman, S. Dallas, J. Thornton, L. Little, P. Flanigan, Mrs. Jones, Director. SEATED:
P. Simmons, W. Vest, S. Dickson, A. Ohlsen, P. Travis, C.
"Mother Is A Freshman"
Conner, V. Logan, S. DeBo1t, D. Rutan.
STANDING: N. Hammack, D. Willison, Miss Claeys, Directorg C. Tabor, J. Hood, J. Baird, C. King,
B. Schultz, C. Clapper, C. Martin, B. Sanderson. SEATED: A. Trinkle, E. Frahm, J. Armstrong, J.
Armstrong, S. Dotson, A. Moss, I. Knobloch.
TOP ROW: C. Tabor, P. Perry, R. Hopper, P. Howard, S. Rahn, J. Gates, T. Rahn, C. Miller, G. Grubb,
R. Roderick, W. Vest, M. Martin, J. Breen. THIRD ROW: P. Weber, M. Woltmann, B. McCartney, C.
Martin. J. Hood, L. Rich, C. Moore, L. Kennedy, M. Lecher, J. Breen, B. Michener, J. Timn, S. Foley.
SECOND ROW: B. Koster, J. Sturgell, V. Branham, J. Kohler, M. Dantzler, A. Sinclair, P. Chaplin, B.
Schultz, S. Dickson, P. Simmons, J. Bozarth, J. Firestone,J. Wright. FIRST ROW: S. Mitchell,J.
Armstrong. J. Armstrong, J. Baird, A. Trinkle, J. Knobloch, Mrs. Danner, A. Moss, C. Clapper, N.
Hammack, C. Conner, D. Rutan.
Art Editor . .
Secretary-Treasurer . . .
. . . . Annis Moss
. . . Dale Rutan
. . Chub Conner
. . . Judy Baird
. . . . . Ande Trinkle
. Carol Clapper
. . Mrs. Danner
QUILL AND SCROLL
STANDING: P. Perry, J. Breen, President. SEATED
Mrs, Danner, J. Knobloch, A. Moss, R. Hopper
Student Council Representative.
STANDING I Jolley P Chaplin, E. Miller, C Stackhouse,B Schultz S Dotson R Valenune SEATED
Mrs Flack R Marsh S Cox, W. Vest, R. Stackhouse S Helm
President . . .
Treasurer . .
Secretary . . .
TOP ROW: B. Michener, S. Rahn, J. Gates, T. Rahn, C. Lossman, A. Ohlsen, C. Clapper, C. Miller
G. Grubb, F. Lir1coln, C. Green, J. Leger. FOURTH ROW: M. Gens1er,L. Kennedy,J. Firestone,J
Wright, J. Bozarth, P. Perry, C, Tabor, A. Soards, R. Zeigler, W. Vest. THIRD ROW: B. McCartney
N. Harriss, B. Bartley, P. Cler, D. McDaniel, D. Atteberry,L. Leithliter, B. Smith, L. Burress, M
Lloyd, S. Foley, J. Vukelich. SEICOND ROW: M. Lecher, C. Stackhouse, B. Schulz, J. Armstrong, B
Schultz, J. Armstrong, V. Branham, J. Baird, B. Kresin, P. Chaplin, M. Lecher, B. Lossman, C. Moore
L. Rich. FIRST ROW: A. Trinkle, C. Kibler, M. Kleiss, L. Warren, C. Hinners, E. Ohlsen, N. Browning
S. Dotson, J. Breen, J. Timm, M. Woltmann, B. Sanderson, Miss Sluss.
Consuls . . . . S. Dotson, N. Browning
Quaestor .... .......... J . Breen
Praetor ....... . .. . E. Ohlsen
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Advisor ...... . . . Miss Sluss
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Kibler, S. Moore, P. Travis, M. Dantzler, L. Albin, J. Simmons, D. Shank, A. Thode, E. Carico. FlRSl
ROW: S. Leslie, N. Cassidy, B. McNee1y, M. Martin, R. Marrs, D. Willison, J. Sturgell, S. Conner,
S. Mitchell, Miss Sluss.
President, Delbert Willison Programfliairman,Shan-onConner Secretary-Treasurer, Mike Martin
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TOP ROW: N. Williams. J. Vukelich, L. Albin, L. Nowning, J. Robertson, M. Benner, R. Zeigler, J.
Thornton, D. Atteberry, B. McCurnber, J. Gates, T. Rahn. THIRD ROW: B. Mackey, J. Zeig,1er,L.
Warren, I. Yoder, C. Martin, B. Drake, C, Rahn, N. Wagner, M. Nowning. SECOND ROW: B. Mannin,
B. McNee1y, M. Pfium, C. Martin, N. Hammack, M. Baker, B. Srr1ith, Mrs. Michaelis. FIRST ROW:
S. Zane, L. Wagner, S. Foley. J. Kibler, J. Manwaring, S. Mannin, D. McDaniel, V. Logan, P. Travis,
L. Wilhelm, E. Perry, J. Breen.
President, Shirley Mannin Secretary-Treasurer, Doris McDaniel
Vice-President, Janet Manwaring Student Council, Joyce Kibler
Advisor, Mrs. Michaelis
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Something new! I. D. pictures taken.
Labor day. At last, our first vacation.
First football game, with Paris.
Busy with floats all week. Lots of work and fun.
Homecomingl Biggest event of the year.
Pancake Festival at Villa Grove--short school-day.
End of the first six weeks.
Ha1low'een--who lost a bicycle?
At special assembly, we were entertained by the
"Southland Singers. "
Armistice Day game with Arcola. Unfortunately,
Another special assembly, "Captain Harry" relates
his experiences in the jungle.
Football Banquet--15 letters given.
Junior class play "Mother Is A Freshman. "
First basketball game of the year played with Kansas.
Oh boyl Thanksgiving Vacation.
The "Al1ens, " sound-effects experts, entertain,
Press Club Dance.
Special Chorus concert and Christmas play.
Start of Christmas vacation.
Monticello Holiday Tournament.
Back to the old grind.
Semester Exams. So soon?
End of the first semester. We take a day off to re-
Okaw Valley Tournament at Monticello.
Special "lost and found" auction for the March of
Dimes held at assembly.
Juniors' term papers due.
Douglas County Band Festival at Newman.
F. F. A. Parent and Son Banquet.
F. H. A. Slumber Party. No sleep tonight.
DeMo1ay Sweetheart Ball.
Douglas County Chorus Festival at Newman.
Senior Class Play "Snow Haven"
F. H. A. Mother and Daughter Banquet.
Seniors burning the midnight oil, term papers due to-
Latin Club Dance, Mambo, anyone?
First mack meet, here.
Assembly-- "Donweage Humorists. "
Okaw Track Meet
State Track Meet
School over for another year. Good-bye Seniors.
STANDING: Larry Little, Tom Meyer, Phil Flanigan, John Hartman
KNEELING: Max Buchanan, Jim Weber, Leroy Blary, Wayne Vest
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I. Norris, J. Mackey, W. Huber. SECOND ROW: C. Bozarth, Mr. Michael, O. Dumas, B. Nesbit, B
Ware, Mr. Gilpin, D. Kerns. FIRST ROW: R. Marsh, J. Foley, W. Vest, C. Conner, E. Miller P
Flanigan, D. Marrs, R. Roderick.
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State Meet: Larry Little, Tom Meyer, Ed Madix.J
STANDING: J. Breen, R. Kingery, C. King, R. Kingery, E. Frahm, J. Hood, R. Bean. J. Simmons, D,
Reed, K. Farber, T. Meyer. KNEELING: D, Dunn, F. Cler, L. Fox.
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SENIOR CLASS HISTORY
One fateful day late in August, approximately seventy green little freshmen passed through
the doors of TCHS to begin their high school career. We were all a little dubious as to how we
would like it, for it was all so strange and new. However, we soon began to feel more secure and
sure of ourselves, and it wasn't long until we felt that we had been there for a long time. Several
of the boys went out for the different sports and won recognition for fine work. Soon after the be-
ginning of school, we elected our class officers, with Tom Meyer as President: Sue Cox, Vice-
Presidentg Caryl Lossman, Secretary-Treasurer: and Jean Burke, Student Council Representative.
Our advisors were Miss Deer and Mr. Roll. By the end of our first year, most of us had become
active in clubs, and our class was well represented in sports. We were all looking forward to our
Sophomore year quite eagerly, for we had discovered that TC!-IS was a pretty nice place to go to
The "Turkey Stomp," our Thanksgiving dance, was our big event during our Sophomore
year. We were quite proud of its success, for it was our first attempt at something like that.
We lost three classmates this year, but their places were taken by Pat Simmons, Alice Bergen,
Richard Gilliland, and Russell Rahn. As our leaders for this second year, we chose Dale Rutan
as Presidentg Joan Burke, Vice-Presidentg Caryl Lossman, Secretary-Treasurer: Jean Burke,
Student Council Representative: and Miss Clark and Mr. Schrader as advisors.
We all had looked forward to our Junior year, for then we would be upperclassmen, and we
were certainly not let down in our expectations. This year proved to be our busiest one, but also
a lot of fun. The officers we had elected the preceding spring were: Sue Cox, Presidentg Rita
Stackhouse, Vice-Presidentg Cary1Lossma.n, Secretary-Treasurer: andJ can Burke, Student Council
Representative. Our very able advisors were Miss Dickinson and Mr. Maloney. Our class had
several things to be proud of this year, one being our Homecoming float, "Flower of Victory,"
which won first prize. We were also quite proud of our magazine sales, which broke all class re-
cords. This year, many of us did our first acting in our class play, "Aunt Tillie Goes to Town,"
which was a great success. Another big event was our prom, which was held at Kemper Country
House in Decatur. This was the first time a prom had been held out of town, and we thought it
was a nice change. At the end of the year, we were all excited about being Seniors the next year,
but we hated the idea of being able to spend only one more year at TCHS, for it was here that we
had made all our friends and had so many good times together. We also knew that we would miss
Mr. Wulliman, who resigned during the summer, after school was out.
This year there were many new faces in the Senior section, including Leroy Blary, Sarah
Dallas, and Gayle Dodson. We also gained a good friend in Mr. Norton, our new principal. Our
Senior officers were: Ervin VonLanken, Presidentg Richard Valentine, Vice-President: Caryl
Lossman, Secretary-Treasurer: and Ann Ohlsen, Student Council Representative. Our advisors
were Miss Magnusson and Miss Sluss. We enjoyed this year to the fullest, for we knew it would
be our last. Homecoming was a big event, and we were very proud of our Senior Class Play,
"'Sno Haven," which was presented late in February. Our boys had made sports history for
TCHS during our four years, for which many of them will long be remembered. Toward the end
of the year, we were busy with the activities we had been looking forward to for four years.
On Senior Skip Day we had a lot of fum at Turkey Run, and the Juniors gave us a wonderful prom
at the Orlando Hotel in Decatur. Our Baccalaureate and Commencement services 'were beautiful
and impressed us all with the seriousness of the event. Though we were rather sad about leaving
TCHS, we all were looking forward to fulfilling the plans we had made for the future.
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As we walk through the gate of the M. G. M. studio this May of 1975, we begin to feel the
excitement of seeing our famous classmates, even though it is only going to be on film this time.
We are met at the door of the projection room by the doorman's friendly smile and are sur-
prised to find it is our old classmate, Bud Long. As we stop to chat with Bud, he tells us that his
wife, the former Mary B. Cler, now Fifi Gabor, is starring in another hit show called "The Last
Time Was The First Time I Saw Paris." He also informs us that C. W. Hattabaugh, President of
the studio, is waiting in his private studio office to show us one of his latest Oscar-winning news-
reels called, "THAT OLD GANG OF MINE."
We walk on and enter the studio, where we are ushered to our seats by Mary Lou Pflum,
who is C. W.'s private secretary. To our suprise, not only C. W.. but also Herbert Fullerton, who
has recently invented the Herkimer-Scope which will be used for the first time today, is employed
with him. Before we have gone too far we see Max Buchanan, who has directed the film. He tells
us that Wilbur has married Janice Thorntong Herbert has married Joan Robertson, and he has
married Gayle Dodson.
With a flick of the wrist, C. W. starts the projector and the year 1975 unfolds before us.
The first things we see are the latest movie sensations. Here we find Philip Flanigan running
a close second to Richard "Gable" Valentine for the Oscar awarded to the Greatest Lover. Philip,
a new discovery, was nominated for his performance with Sharm Shank in "The Sheik." Richard
is acclaimed for his performance with Sue Cox in "Went With The Breeze."
Next we see Rita Stackhouse coming out of the doors of the divorce court after just being
granted her sixth divorce. Her latest husband was Jim Weber. She tells us she divorced him
because he lost all of his money at the WEATHERFORD AND WOOLRIDGE DIAMOND STAR
CASINO. Russell Rahn is now the leading card shark in the country and he is working for Weather-
ford and Woolridge. Soon to appear at the Casino are the very famous "Four B's" composed of
Peggy Benner, Mary Benner, Lois Baker, and Mary Joan Breen. John Hartman is their manager.
Now we turn to the foreign part of the picture. Here we see the latest news from Japan, and
find Mr. and Mrs, Curtis Atteberry. Mrs. Atteberry, the former Doris Lewis, is in Japan visiting
her husband who is now the commander of the Far East Forces. Accompanying her, as her per-
sonal secretary, is Patty Donnals.
In Paris, France, we seeLiberaoe, whois now making a tour of Europe and his world-famous
piano tuner, Chub Conner. Weheard that Chub almost lost his job for improperly tuning Liberace's
piano. It seems he was watching Ethel Schoppe, the Burlesque Queen, while trying to tune the G
Also in Paris, we see Caryl Lossman who is attending the Paris showing of modern furniture
for 1976. With her is her assistant, Dale Rutan.
Now a switch back to Washington, D. C. for the political side of the news. Here we find
"Honest Rod Roderick" running for President. For the first time in the history of the United
States a woman is running for Vice-President. This brave and courageous woman is Ann Ohlsen.
Their campaign slogan is "Vote for Roderick and Ohlsen too, we'll do wondrous things for you."
Running on the opposite ticket are Ronald Kingery and Pat Simmons. Though they are giving their
opponents a tough battle, Roger and Ann are still expected to win.
Also in the political news we find Leroy Blary running for Senator from Alaska. Leroy is
very well known since he is now the father of thirty children, He'll be sure to win with all of them
Next we turn to the sports world. Here we find the 1975 Olympic Team preparing to leave
for Rome. Representing the United States are Larry Little, Pete Vest, Tom Meyer, and Rick
Marsh. These four boys are known all over the world for their athletic ability and they are ex-
pected to break all records.
Heading for Europe, too, are Shirley Mannin and Henry Rahn, the world-champion tennis
team. Shirley and Henry are to defend their title against Ervin VonLanken and Ruth Hopper.
Ruth is known as the prettiest tennis star in Europe--some people have all the luck.
Now we turn to the fashion world and the latest fashions in Paris. Jim Foley has been
named The Designer of the Year. Working with him we find his lovely model, Sue Dickson. Sue
previously worked at the SARAH DALLAS MODELING AGENCY.
As the film ends, we bid our host good-bye and thank him for inviting us to see this film,
which has indeed brought back many memories.
Just as we are leaving, much to our horror we see a woman ready to jump from a tall
building. But waitl Don'tbealarmed, it's only Lyla Nowning, the famous stunt woman for M. G. M.,
doing her daily job. After Lyla has safely landed, she stops and tells us that she learned her un-
usual profession from Pat Hill, Pat is now a retired gym teacher.
We say good-bye to all, and walk out through the gates of M. G. M. with a memory that will
remain with us forever.
Doris Lewis Atteberry
Mary Joan Breen
Mary B. Cler Long
Mary Lou Pflum
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Atwood Farmer's Wife
Father of 30 Children
.Tet Test Pilot
Home Ec Teacher
Big Land Owner
Sports Car Driver
Air Line Stewardess
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Mother of 12
Tuscola Farmer's Wife
Hot Rod Driver
Night Club Singer
Employed by George Barber
Stock Car Driver
Secretary at Petro
Owner of One Acre
Furniture Dealer's Wife
World's Fattest Lady
Water Boy for the Yankees
Second Marilyn Monroe
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