Villa Grove High School - Vade Mecum Yearbook (Villa Grove, IL)
- Class of 1935
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Villa Grove Township High School
Villa Grove, Illinois
The Class of 1955 presents this Senior Annual in
commemoration of four happy years spent in the Villa
Grove High School. To the instructors who have directed
our study and recreation, to the friends who have shared
our labors and pleasures, and to the o1essmates.who stand
together on the threshold of a new beginning, we present
this--our book of memory. '
To our loving sponsors,
Miss La Follette
who have sc ably led us through this,
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we dedicate this page in memory 'of our
dear classmate who left us July 24, 1934.
May her loving ways and kind deeds al-
ways be cherished by those who knew her.
nGod calls our loved ones, but we lose not wholly
What he hath giveng
They live on earth, in thought and deed, as truly
As in his heaven.0
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On one very fine sunny day in September, 1930, fifty-eight stu-
dents entered the Villa Grove High School to start their academic
careers. After much wandering.about, the class was organized. They
elected Hillis Kendall--president, Lillian Chunges--vice-president,
Nellie Baird--treasurer, and John Ernest--secretary. T
'Four of the members were on the football squadfand two on the
basketball squad.' Many of them turned out for track.
About the middle of the last semester, the class accompanied
by its sponsors, Miss Wilson and'Mr. Racster, held a weiner roast.
Thus ended their first year. '
When school opened in 1952, the group attained the rank of
nSophomorismU and'it was quite wise in the knowledge of high school
affairs. The class was organized and the following officers elect-
ed: -Peri Thornton--president, Phil Clementz--vice-president, Dean
Fulton--treasurer, and Pauline Hodgson--secretary. Miss Johnson
and Miss McCabe were the sponsors. '
r Many of the members participated in athletics and the various
When the class entered the Junior year, they realized what it
was all about. The class officers weregi Phil Clementz--president,
Peri Thornton--vice-president, Nellie Baird--treasurer, and John
During the third academic year there was increased participa-
tion in the major sports and other extra-curricular activities, -
As Juniors, the class discovered that funds were lacking, and
so efforts were made to raise money. ,The Junior Class Play, a
mystery play, HThe Accusing Finger,U was presented with apparent
success. The year closed with the annual Junior-Senior Reception,
Forty of the original fifty-eight members entered as Seniors
in September, l9Z4. The officers elected were: Nellie Baird--
president, Dale Archibald--vice-president, Rex Newman--treasurer,
and Dorothy Dial-secretary, '
This year there were six lettermen on the football team and
three on the basketball team,
The past four years, which have gone so quickly, are ones
that will be long remembered by the class. Soon they will be
saying good-bye to their dear Alma Mater in which they spent four
happy years. 4 M .
1955 SENIOR CLASS PROPHECY
Almost svefybody'hss a Vhobbyn. I have a very special one
in which I'm sure all of you in the class of '35 of the V.GvHoSa
will be interested. It has been quite a long time since we
graduated, and all the while l've been filling a scrap book with
newspaper articles concerning members of our class. You'll be
surprised what some of that gang has accomplished,
Bob Rubenaoker is still famous for his violin playing. Lucy
Askins has remained single, waiting for nhimn to get over his mania
fer a oareer. You can see her just slowly pining away, -
It is queer how we expected Nellie Baird to have some sort of
a career, but what did she do but go and marry her Held flame,n
Rex Newman. Hefs getting along okay. He owns a chicken farm, but
his greatest job is minding the Ukidsu when Nellie is in town.
Lyle Foley is quite a Communist these days. Lyle Sawyer isa
too, but I'm not surprised at that, considering some of his History
class arguments. Lyle Foley is what you would call a 'Radu--you
knowwgred shirts, and the like.
The columnists have it that Kate wells has given up her new
job as secretary at Villa Grovefs new courthouse to visit her
uncle who is located somewhere in the South Sea Islands, People
down there will welcome a change-from brunettesg -
Ethel Snodgrass is working in Missouri around the State
Penitentiary trying to promote Prison Reform. You donft suppose
her heart is in it, do you? '
Everyone remembers the two,ourly-headed girls in our class--N
Elsie Allen and Lillian Chunges. You wouldnft think that such
jealousy could exist all these years, but from this clipping--
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Billy Ray Schmidt, son of Mr. John Schmidt, entertained some
little friends on his birthday. A list of names of those attending
was in the paper. The paper didnft-say, but a friend told me that
little Billy cried when his mother passed the cake around. QHis
mother is the former Mildred Cruzan.D -
Gur classmate from the Sunny South, Leqla Medlin graduated
from high school to the coveted position of wife to a former
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like GQWS, i Q' ' N
Jack Flocker and Dean Fulton, two of the F.F.A. boys are
starting a bachelors' club, and are the women mad!-'especially
since Phil Glementz and uHissn Kendall have joined.
Few of the fellows in our class were what you could really
call--gentlemen but here's three that are nowa-that is, Ugen-
tlemen farmersn--Dale Archibald, URedn'Berry, and Raymond
Chambers have hit the top in this profession. Ray gave up his
garage on Main Street because he thought it unsuitable for his
frail constitution. '
Geneva Scott, true to her word is a lady bachelor. She
always did resent the term 'old maidn--even before she was one,
One day a Gypsy band passed'through V.G. and were short of
little dark-haired dancing girls, Well, Beryh.Clabaugh and Ruby
Cozad were gone the next morning. The last I heard of them was
when I read that they had ggde Broadway,
Dorothy Dial has become assistant to our beloved commercial
instructor, Misc Speerss U
Don Cutler hasn't gotten down to anything special yet.
lAggieU Hess always did like the nlittle fellers,n and now
she takes care of the 'children' of Nathan Rine and the former
Louise Hackett, The youngest is named Arthur. You know Arthur
Mabis was a pal of Nathan's.
Louise Lincoln was finally persuaded to sell her secret on
how to produce blend hair.
Ne one expected Frances Tullis to stay in a little place
like Villa Grove, She moved to Champaign and her name isnft
Tullis any longer. She always did like red hair,
Dorothy Long now lives in Hugo and can she do the nHugo
Stompin Some dance step!!
One time I found an advertisement in the paper concerning a
book store run by Ernest and Chandler, I wondered if it could be
our own John Ernest and Foss Cnandler, Well, it was, and how did
I know? 1 lnvestigabed, Ilcen McCarrey is doing their brain
work. we really expected her to go higher than working in a store
Louise Farner lives in Chicago now, She is engaged to a
street cleaners-a nice clean profession. -
Hereis an idea of how successful one of our classmates be-
came in the political game. You cou1dn't help having heard
this because Earl Anderson is Governor of Illinois. Marguerite
Sturm is his secretary.
Vera Barnett and her husband, a man from Chicago, go around
swindling the poor folks out of their money. She was such a good
girl in school that it's hard to believe. Q She ,shouldnlt have gone
to the big, bad city in the first place. D ,,
' If any of you want to know something more in detail about our
class, just write to my office, ' ,
, . One of Class of 1935
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We, the Senior Class of 1955, Villa Grove Township High School
city of Villa Grove, state of Illinois, being in the last days of
our high school life, do make our last will and testament.
To our principal and other faculty members, we request that
only our good and noble deeds be remembered.
To the Juniors, we bequeath our ability to make money, as they
may need it,
To the Sophomeres, we bequeath our ability to cooperate with
one another, , 1,
To the Freshmen, we bequeath our knowledge and all our answer
books we have accumulated during our high school days.
I, Elsie Allen, do hereby bequeath my position as chauffeur l
of the high school bus south of Camargo to Marion Helm.
I, Earl Anderson, do hereby bequeath my lone curl to Marie -
I, Dale Archibald, do hereby bequeath my bottle of cough med-
icine to Dorothy Lee Pressly.
I, Lucy Askins, do hereby bequeath my glasses to Ellene Elder.
I, Nellie Baird, do hereby bequeath my giggle to Louis Dennis.
I,-Vera Barnett, do hereby bequeath my thermos bottle to Paul-
ine Flocker. - . , I
Edwin Berry, do hereby bequeath my red hair and ntorn hatn
Burgett. ,V q I
I, Raymond Chambers, do hereby bequeath my camel hair over-
Fay Goodwin, A
I, Ross Chandler, do hereby bequeath my watch to Margaret
Troutman so she can keep the class informed as to the time of the
I, Lillian Chunges, do hereby bequeath my finger nail polish
to Marietta Powell. q
I, Beryl Clabaugh, do hereby bequeath my ability to wave hair
to Reta Eisenminger.
I, Philip Clementz, do hereby bequeath my athletic ability to
Harold Van Rheeden. ' , v
I, Ruby Cozad, do hereby bequeath my bracelet to Hester Lowa
I, Mildred Cruzan, do hereby bequeath my brother to anyone
who needs a taxi'at noon,'
I, Donald Cutler, do hereby bequeath my supply of cigars,
pipes, and cigarettes to Leo Reinhart.
I, Dorothy Dial, do hereby bequeath my sneezes to Mary Wells.
I, John Ernest, do hereby bequeath my Ford to Miss Mayfield
to drive to and from school. . .
I, Louise Farner, do hereby bequeath my happy-go-lucky ways
to Lois Fieldbinder, ,
I, Jack Flocker, do hereby bequeath my nChivvyn to Letha Lee.
I, Lyle Foley, do hereby bequeath my red shirt to John Cun-
ningham. -- A
I, Dean Fulton, do hereby bequeath my fine fingering of the
flute in nLiving Masterpieoesn to Kenneth Berry.
I, Louise Hackett, do hereby bequeath my ability of pronun-
ciation to Byron Noe. '
I, Agnes Hess, do hereby bequeath my persistent efforts to
attend all sessions of State Tournament, at the expense of sore
feet, to Inez Fieldbinder, , , b l
I, Hillis Kendall, do hereby bequeath my chorus-girl figure
to Lon Ernest.
I, Louise Lincoln do hereby bequeath my pink sunbonnet and
checked dress to Susan James.
I, Dorothy Long, do hereby bequeath my ability to carry on
an interesting academic conversation during noon hour to Winnie
I, Arthur Mabis, do hereby bequeath my bicycle to Kathryn
Squibb so she may ride to school.
I, Ileen McCarrey,do hereby bequeath my grades to anybody
in the Junior class who needs them.
I, Leola Medlin, do hereby bequeath my gold basketball to
I, Rex Newman, do hereby bequeath my pep exemplified in the
role as Stepin Fetchit to Jim Sheppard. .
I, Nathan Rine, do hereby bequeath my paper route to Lois
I, Robert Rubenacker,do hereby bequeath my pocket comb
Cwhich is always in my pooketj to Jess Hammer.
I, Lyle Sawyer, do hereby bequeath my winning ways with the
women to Gene Consoer.
I, John Schmidt, do hereby bequeath my ability to smile in
study halls to Mae Andrews.
I, Geneva Scott, do hereby bequeath my preference for measles
to playing the dramatic roles of Zazu Pitts to Fern Finch.
I, Ethel Snodgrass, do hereby bequeath my popularity to
I, Marguerite Sturm, do hereby bequeath my gum to anybody who
can chew it in time of school and get by with it.
I, Robert Stutz,do hereby bequeath my ability as a eat ven-
triloquist to Mary Mildred Johnson.
I, Frances Tullis, do hereby bequeath my ability to dictate
to Marion Sturm.'
. I, Katherine Wells, do hereby bequeath.my talent in dancing
to Audrey Waddell.
In Witness whereof, we, the Senior Class of nineteen hundred
and thirty-five have subscribed our names and affixed our seal on
this, our last Will and Testament.
Legal Advisers: Signed
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FRESHMAN CLASS HISTORY
Here come the British! Bang! Bang!
The Seniors raised their hands in horror as eighty-five of
the greenest of Freshmen filed into the Assembly last September,
Mr. Lumsden and Coach Hall sponsored this class, the largest which
Villa Grove High School had ever known, The following class of-
ficers were chosen:
Vice-president ---- Jeanne Kraft
Treasurer ---------- Jack Arnold
Secretary ----- Ruby Whittenberg
Freshmen representatives for the Student Council were:
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There were two Fresh en in the orchestra, eleven in the band,
two in the Science Club, sixteen in the Glee Club, twelve in.G.4.A.,
and the class was well represented in athletics.
Washington crossing the Delaware? Nc, just the Freshmen cf
1955-34 coming over. Noisy? Plenty.
This olass was sponsored by Miss MbCa e and Mr. Hall and the
following class officers were eleotedg
President ------- Marjorie Clements
Secretary-Q -------- Thelma Phillips
Treasurer- ---- ----Donald Phillips
A olass party was held in November and the theme of the
Thanksgiving season was carried throughout--refreshments, games
and decorations. g
As pert of the Christmas program, the pley, nMimi Lights the
Candle,U was given with an all-Freshmen.ceet,
At the beginning of the Sophomore year, in fall of '54,
the following officers were elected:
Vice-president ---- Jane Hess
Secretary --------- June Rice
Treasurer ----- Kenneth Berry
The representatives for the Student Council were:
i I Leonard Lowry
A party was given in Merch, Miss Jones and Miss Hankla were
the sponsors of this group,
JUNIOR CLASS HISTORY
The nSpirit of Villa Groven landed on the Oampus of the Villa
Grove High School September 1955, with a orew of seventy-one green
Freshiesi The pilot bf this airplane was Barry Arnold, the oo-
pilot was Ethel Jaoobsg the other officers were Herbert Patton
and Lois Bragg,
The crew was well represented in athletics. Fifteen boys were
on the football squad and one member, Harold Millar, made the first
team, There were seven boys on the basketball team. The Fresh-
man relay-team, consisting of Herbert Patton, Harold Miller, Leo
Reinhart, and Barry Arnold won the Okaw Valley meet, the Urbana
meet, and first place at the Springfield meet. '
In the Sophomore year there entered a orew of sixty-six mem-
bers, The pilot was Anne Burnettg the co-pilot was John Cunning-
ham, and the other officers were Dorothy Wise and Jesse Hammer,
To the band this class contributed a total of ten membersg and
to the Girls' Glee Club, it contributed eighteen members,
In football this group furnished a squad of sixteen, four Of
these mede the first team. These four were Herbert Patton, Harold
Millar, John Harrison, end Lon Ernest.
This year there were'sixty-Tour jolly Juniors in the crew. The
pilot was Margaret Troutmang the oo-pilot was William Gerrardg and
the other officers were Lois Burgett and Lake Mott,
The crew has been prominent in all high school activities-
The Junior class play, nThe Youngest,n given under the direction
of Miss Mayfield, was considered a huge nupoess,
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This year there were two Gleo Club groups--the Advanced or
Mixed Chorus and the Girls' Chorus. Both groups were under the
direction of Miss LaFollette and met the fifth and sixth periods
twice a week. Louise Farner served us pianist.
The Mixed Chorus was ocmposed of both girls and boys, those
having had previous glee club training or private lessons in some
field of music. The Mixed Chorus did four-pert work, soprano,
alto, tenor, and bess,- ' A '
on November 25, 1954, the Mixed chorus went to Tusoola ma'
sang over Station W. D. Z. on n Red Cross Program, which was under
the direction of Dr. Kennedy.
The Mixed Chorus was made up of the following pupils:
Nellie Baird, Lillian Bean, Agnes Hess, Jane Hess, Leola
Medlin, and Kathryn Squibb -
Ruby Cezed, Dorothy Dial, Phyllis Fisher, Susan James,
Mildred MoCollom, Alice Sidell, Evelyn Thrasher, and
Lyle Sdwyor und Hauold Miller
Philip Clements, Allan Meloy, and William.Gerrnrd
The Girls' Chorus consisted mainly of underolassmen or those
new in glee club wbrk. It was composed of the following girlsg
First Sogranos .
Mhe Andrews, Lois Bragg, Lois Burgett, Ruth Conn, Elizabeth
Fultz, Virginia Kost, Annabel Lincoln, Geraldine Millar,
Dorothy Lee Pressley, and Althe Robertson
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Harriet Anderson, Mhry Bailey, Marjorie Clements, Pauline
Flocker, Pauline Megaman, Bertha Reinhart, and Mary Wells
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Alberta Calhoun, Thelma Cullum, Helen Dreschor, Bette Mott,
Alice Templeton, Ruby whittonberg, and Marsha Wrigley-
S This year the orchestra was under the direction of Mr. Willet.
It met twice a week on Monday and Wednesday afternoons from 4:00
until 4:45 ofclock. The group consisted of the following:
Louise Farner --------- Piano '
Chester Anderson ----- Cornet '
Raymond Potts -------- Cornet
. Robert Schick ---- 75-7-Drums
Marion Sturm ------- Clarinet
Mach Hammer ------- Saxaphone L
Susan James ---------- Violin '
The High School Orchestra.took part in the Christmas Program
and the Homecoming Program, both of which were held at the high
school. It also played for other school activities, such as the
Junior and Senior class plays. ,
Now for the history of the Villa Grove Band from its beginning
to the present time.
In the late spring of 1930, the first band of Villa Grove was
organized under the direction of Mr. Carl Henning of Tuscola. Later
the class was under the direction of Mr. Melvin McCoy of Springfield.
After ten weeks of hard work the band gave its first concert for the
townspeople. .Q I
In the fall of 1931 the band was given first place in a contest
at the Rantoul Fair and received a fifty dollar prize.
On April 14, 1934, the band went to Urbana to the District Contest
All cf the entries were placed in one of three divisions. The Villa
Grove Band was placed in the second division. ' 'H
This year the band played for several school activities, including
the Tuscola, Newman, and Longview basketball games, several football
games, and also for several assembly programs. The High School Band
will entertain with a spring concert this year as usual.
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will Jr. Quinlan
Leo Reinhart l
Harold Van Rheeden
made up of the following pupils:
Chester Dale Anderson
Robert Schick '
William Gerrard '
During the seoondgsemester,-a group of beginning violin
pupils organized for the purpose of learning the fundamentals
of violin playing,
They met on Tunsday night of each week. The members of the
organization were: 4
Harriet Anderson Alice Sidell
Elva Chambers I Mack Hnm er
Marie Jacobs Byron Noe
Annabel Lincoln 1 .
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THE SCHOOL COLORS
The Villa Grove High School colors are old gold and blue. B
proud that you are a student in Villa Grove Township High School
and can wear its colors!
THE SCHOOL YELL
Yea Gold! ' '
Yea, Yea, Villa Grove
HIGH SCHOOL LOYALTY SONG
We're loyal to you V. G. High
We're old gold and blue, V. G. High
We'll back you to stand
'Guinst the best in the land, f
For we know you have sand,
V, G. High, Rah! Rah!
So smash that blockade, V. G. High.
Go crashing ahead, V. G4 High
Our team is our fame protector,
On boys, for we expect a victory
from you, V5 G, High.
Cha hee--cha ha--cha ha-ha-ha,
Team! Team! Team!
Cha hee--cha ha--cha ha-ha-ha,
Team! Team! Team!
Villa Grove! Villa Grove!
Fling out that dear old flag of old
gold and blue ,
Bring on your sons and daughters
fighting for you,
Like men of old, on giants
Shouting defiance, Oski-wowhwow!
Amid those broad, green fields that
nourish our land,
For honest labor and for learning
we stand ,
And unto you we pledge ourthearts and
hands, ' - '
Dear Alma Mater, V, G. High,
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The Homecoming Play, a farce in one ect, was given November
23. It was pronounced a success by all who saw it. The oest'l
was composed6as'followsg - U -' '
Emma. . . . . . . Frances Tullis
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Yetta Goldestein. . . . 'Louise Lincoln
Mrs. Benelli. . .-. -. .Josephine Marhnll
Mrs. Ole Oleson . . . . .-.-.w. .Elsie Allen
Mrs, Patrick Haggerty .'. .-. Ileen McCarrey
Mrs. Tsm ns-MecPheirson . H. . . .Letha Lee
Tom y Browning. . . . . . . . . Jesse Hammer
A Visiting Nurse. . . . . .Lillian Chunges
Largo Johnson . . . . .Darrell Spriggs
Mrs. X. Y. Smythe . . .Evelyn Cromwell
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CHRISTMAS PLAYS ' -
Two plays were given before the assembly the day before
Christmas vacation began. One play, e chapter from nLitt1e
Womenn, was given by five girls of the Freshman clessg and the
other, nDust of The Roadn, was given by some nwnbers of the
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Mama! U 0 O I Q Q Ruth COBB.
" Joi . o' .-. .-Irene Finch
'Beth. . . . .-. Alice Templeton
' Meg I . -.'.-.-. Marsha Wrigley
Amy-.-.'. . . .Dorothy Lee Pressley
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Kenneth S. Goodman
'Peter St6616a'lNQ'o'0 orb o Q i:6HarO1d Millar
Prudence Steele, his wife .'. ...Thelma Martin
An old man, Prudence's uncle. Verne Talkington
-'A43tI'a.B1P:o 0 o a n 0 0 o c 0 s 0 0 Barry Arnold
Timeai Onevevclock Christmas morning? '-. -'
Scene: Living-room of a.ccmforteble and fairly prosperous
Middle Western farmer, . . . . M ' 1 -. ,-:f
The Senior Program, given Wednesday, February 27, 1935, was
very well received by the public. As it was the first venture of
this sort, the class was very pleased with the result. The followw
ing program was given: ....A . , . . ,
Piano Solo . . , ,,, p v - v - f ,Louise Farner
Skit--nAn Old Sweetheart of Minenp '
Sweetheart . ,,. . , , . Louise Lincoln
Wife . . , Ileen McCarrey
Man , . ,A . . Lyle Sawyer
R69-del' g g o o o 1 0 0 n 0 o Elsie Allen
Reading--UThe weaning of Miss Brayn
. p Q X Frances Tullis
Quartette . . nComrades of the Roadu
Nellie Baird, Louise Farner, Lyle Sawyer
Philip Clementz .
Chorus 0 0 0 Q n I 0 o nchinese Lullaby"
' UPatter of the Shoonn
Agnes Hess, Nellie Baird, Leola Medlin
Beryl Clabaugh, Louise Lincoln
Dorothy Dial, Louise Farner
Movie Star Impersonations
Our Gang . . . . . 1 . . Lillian Chunges
M Donald Cutler
Will Rogers . . .h. Hillis Kendall
Werner Oland . . . . Philip Clementz
Charlie Chaplin . . Robert Rubenaoker
Stepin Fetchit . . . . . . . . Rex Newman
Sailor Dance . . Louise Farner, Frances Tullis
Portrayal of Masterpieces
Whistler's Mother . . . . Vera Barnett
The Spirit of '76 . . . . Donald Cutler
X A , h v , I Dean Fulton
The Angelus 1 . 1 Mildred Cruzan
Song of the Lark m,, L , Luoy Askinn
John Alden and Priscilla
' Napoleon 0 0 o o o
Q ' The Torn Hat o 0 a . n
fThe Boy and the Rabbit
4 Edwin Berry
Quartette . . .n . "My Task"
- HSong of Homeu
Chorus . . LTne Green Cathedraln
' ' "Big Brown.Bear"
Stage Managers . - f . . Lyle Foley
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.THE JUNIOR CLASS ?LAV
'The Junior Class put on the play VThe YoungestU.by Philip
Barry, March 15, 1955 in the High School Auditorium. It was a
comedy in three acts, and was considered n huge success.
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The cast was composed as follows:
Charlotte Winslow-.-.-. . . Marion Sturm
' Augusta Martin . . .i. . Anne Burnett
Alan Martin . . . . . Darrell Spriggs
Martha Winslow- . P . Virginia McMaster
Mark Winslow. . . '. . Jesse Hammer
Oliver Winslow . . . Bill Gerrard
Nancy Blake r .-. . . Evelyn Cromwell
Richard Winslow ... . . John Cunningham
Katie . . . . . . . . Dorothy Wise
Synopsis of Scenes: ,. .
I+-The living room.of the Winslowsk house. Late June.
II--The porch. Fourth of July..
III--The living room, the following evening.
action of the play took place in a small city in New
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The Senior Class play, a comedy drama in four acts, was given
in the High School Auditorium on the evening of May 3, 1935. It
was considered a success by everyone. The cast was as follows:
Mr. Elbert Rogers . . . . .,. . . . . Donald Cutler
A north Carolinian farmer--meek--afraid of
Mrs. Lydia Ann Rogers . . . . . . . Ileen McCarrey
Dominating--sharp tongued--ruling over
husband and household.
Miss Esmeralda Rogers . . . . . . . . Nellie Baird
A young girl of eightoen--sweet--innocent.
Dan Hardy n 9 0 e Q a o s 0 0 0 0 A a John Ernest
A young North Carolinian in love with
Mr, Estabrook . . . . . . . . . . . . Arthur Mabis
A man of leisure--in love with Nora.
Mr. Jack Desmond . . . . . . . . . . Jack Flocker
An American artist in Paris. .
Miss Nora Desmond . . . . . . . . . Frances Tullis
A young artist--clever at fixing love affairs.
Miss Kate Desmond . . . . a . . . . Katherine Wells
Sister of Nora and Jack. An artist.
Hmarquisu De hontessin h..a...- . . Earl Anderson
A French adventurer,
George Drew o a 0 0 Q c o o o a Dean Fulton
An American speculator.
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Act In-Room in Rogers' house, North Carolina.
Act II--Studio in Paris.
Act III--A room in Rogers' house during a ball.
Act IV--Studio in Paris.
Stage Manager . . . . . . ... . . . . Lyle Foley
Property Manager . . .. Raymond Chambers
Prompter- . . ... .,. . Beryl Clabaugh
Director . .s. ,. Miss Em a Mayfield
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The Junior-Senior Reception of 1954 was held Friday, May 18,
at the High School. It was a gala occasion with girls dressed in
their lovely frocks and the boys in their new spring suits.
The table was decorated with beautiful spring flowers. Tiny
airplanes filled with mints marked the places.
The dinner was prepared by the mothers of the members of the
Junior class and was served by maids and butlers selected from the
UFlying in Villa Groven
Toastmaster . . . . . . . . . .y. Lyle Sawyer
"Contact" . . . I Philip Clementz
NTake-offn . . . , Pauline Garrett
nRudderN . . . . . Mr. Virgil Metzler
nPi1otN . . . Mr. I. M. Wrigley
Veari de Fricandeau
Petits pois au carottes
Pomimes d e terre au gratin
Petits chaud pa ins au beurre
Sa lade Aviator de laitue
' Fromogs torte
Glace a La Cre me au Fraises
After dinner, there was dancing in the gym. The gym was
decorated in blue and white. Small dirigibles and model air-
planes hung from the ceiling. The Juniors and Seniors floated
above the clouds, dancing to the music furnished by nRedu
Maxfie1d's U. of I. campus -orchestra.
The Annual Senior Ball was changed to a party this year. It
was held in the gymnasium Friday, May 25, 1954.
The Seniors and their guests spent the evening playing cards
and ping-pong and dancing to the music of the radio.
Bunch was served by the maids and butlers chosen from the
On Saturday, May 26, 1934 the members of the Senior Class, and
some members of the faculty departed early to enjoy a day of fun at
Nelson Park, Decatur, Illinois.
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Some went boating and swim ing, while others played golf. At
noon they gathered and ate their lunch. '
Homecoming is the time of the year when old friends get togeth
er at the High School and talk over old times. In years gone by,
the football game and the dance and play were on the same day, but
this year they were held on different dates.
The Homecoming football game was October 19 and the play and
dance were November 27.
At l o'clock on October 19, the members of the classes and the
faculty led by the band paraded downtown. After the parade, they
went to Eisenmenger's Field for the football game with Monticello.
It was an exciting game from the beginning to the end. The game
was a V. G. victory with the score of 21 to O.
On November 27, at 8 o'clock the Homecoming play, uRich Man,
Poor Nan,n under the direction of Miss Emma Mayfield, was given in
the auditorium of the High School.
After the play, the crowd gathered in the gymnasium to dance
to the music of NRedn Maxfieldfs orchestra. Everyone went home
happy in the thought of again seeing their classmates,
Football memories were revived again at the annual Football
Banquet at the High School on November 22, 1954.
The speaker of the evening was to have been Jack Beynon, Uni-
versity of Illinois football star, but due
to be present. He sent Charles Galbraith,
presence of UChuckn Galbraith was indeed a
known to many present at the banquet.
to illness he was unable
also of Illinois. The
pleasure as he was well
Wrigley, Coach Oris
Schoolboard, and Co-
Other speeches were given by Mr. I. M.
Hall, Mr. Virgil Metzler, President of the
captains, Hillis Kendall and Phil Clementz
Harold Millar was elected captain of the football team for the
At the same time Co-captains, Hillis Kendall and Philip Clemen
were elected Co-captains of the Basketball squad for this year.
Letters were awarded to the following boys: Hillis Kendall,
Philip Clementz, Dean Fulton, Rex Newman, Earl Anderson, John
Ernest, Harold Millar, Barry Arnold, John Cunninghma, Bill Gerrard,
Chet Ballard, Herbert Patton, Franklin Cozad, John Harrison, Lon
Ernest, and Bill Sohackel, a Freshman,
Managers' letters were awarded to Dean Olehy, Don Cutler, and
The members of the Sophomore Class with their guests, the
faculty, gathered in the gym, Wednesday, March 6, 1935 for a party.
Q During the first part of the evening they divided into twe
teams and participated in contests. '
I ,Next they went to the Cooking Laboratory where they played
various games of bunco, ping-pong and pinocle,
Refreshments of ice cream and cookies'were served in the caf-
eteria. The remainder of the evening was spent in dancing,
A BASKETBALL BANQUET
On Friday, April 12, 1955 a Basketball Banquet was given in
the cafeteria. It was the first of its kind and is expected to be-
come an annual affair. ,Mr. I. M, Wrigley was the Master of Cere-
'Guests of the evening were: nwackn Firebaugh, Bill Marstellar
of the Champaign Gazette, and Shelby Himes of Champaign, Mr. Rogers
of Atwood, Mr. Askew of Tuscola, Mr. Bertolino of Newman, and Karl
Erhardt, captain of the Tuscola basketball team.
Speeches were given by Coach nlken Hall, nwackn Firebaugh, Mr.
Wrigley, Mr. Askew, Hr.'Bertolino, Mr. Metzler, and Co-captains,
Hillis Kendall and Philip Clementz. - ' ,
,Herbert Patton was elected captain of the team for next year.
letters were awarded to the following boys:
Herbert Patton Hillis Kendall
Harold Millar Philip Clementz
Barry Arnold Rex Newman
Bud Mott Jimmie Sheppard
Walter Schackel- Jack Arnold ,
w :Charles Sullivan ' '
Managers' letters went to Dale Talkington and Woodrow Howard,
FUTURE FARNERS OF AMERICA
The Agriculture class in 1929 was presented with a charter
from the organization, National Future Farmers of America. Suc-
ceeding chapters of Villa Grove have been carried on under tho
sanw charter, This year's officers were:
President , . . . . . . Dean Fulton
Vice-president . Robert Van Rheeden
Secretary . . . . . ...' Edwin Berry
Reporter. a . . . Jack Flocker
Adviser . . . , .,. , NJ, R. Painter
This year's members were: Charles Albin, Earl Anderson, Bill
Burgett, Edwin Berry, Kenneth Berry, John.Burnett, Gene Consoer,
Llogd Cruzan, George Canfield, Billy Congleton, Dean Fulton, Jack
Flocker, Will Quinlan, Leo Reinhart, Charles Schaefer,'Robert
Elder, Edward Skidmore, Joe Mitsdcrfer, and Robert van Rheeden.
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Philip Clementz QCO-Captainj F. B.
Herbert Patton L. E.
William Gerrard L. T.
Lon Ernest L. G.
Earl Anderson C.
John Cunningham C.
Chester Ballard R. G.
John Ernest R. T.
Rex Newman' R. E.
John Harrison R. H. B.
Harold Millar L. H. B.
Edwin Archibald L. H. B.
Franklin Cozad R. G.
Barry Arnold L. H. B.
Dean Fulton L. E.
' Nilliam Schaekel R. T.
The Villa Grove Blue Devils, under the leadership of Co-Captains
Kendall and UPhilH Clementz, and under the coaching of nlken
Hall, had their third successful football season. The fighting
Grovemen went through the Okaw without a defeat, but did lose to Mat-
toon at the opening of the season. They tied with Atwood and Arcola
for the Okaw Valley championship. In conference games Villa Grove
148 points to the opponents' 7.
Villa Grove seemed to go through all their games in an excel-
lent manner. The main reason for this, perhaps, was that the inn
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were few, However, the team was crippled considerably when,
the Oakland game, Herb Patton, crack end, broke his collar
The team was much disappointed in this, but Herb was able to
to the lineup before the last game had been played. Barry
had quite a year with his dropkicking, making seven extra
out of nine attempts.
Villa Grove--6 Mottoon--21
This being n pre-season game it could hardly be expected that
Ville Grove should bent the large M'ttoon team. Throughout the whole
first hulf Ville Grove held the strong Mattoon team to Q U--O tie.
In the third quarter Villa Grove seomed to falter, and before they
could recover, Mattoon had driven over three touchdowns before five
minutes had elapsed. This, however, seemed to revive the Villa Grove
team who immediately drove the bull into Mattoon territory where
Kendall plunged it over. This game gave Villa Grove hopes of getting
somewhere in the Okaw.
Villa Grove--14 Alumni--7
The annual tussle with the Alumni ended with Villa Grove on top.
A torrid first half almost ruined what might have been o good game.
The second half, however, opened with u determined march down the
field by Villu Grove and they scored. Later, however, the Alumni
mode just as determined o march in the other direction to score. It
seemed os if the game would end in o tie, but Arnold put the game in
the hug by scoring on n pass from Kendall.
Villo Grove--28 Arthur--O
Starting the Okow with o bong, Villa Grove crashed down u muddy
and slippery field to Q 23--0 victory over Arthur. The game was
closer than the score would indicate, however. Arthur's clever
passing attack kept the Grovcrs on their toes throughout the game.
Every man in the bookfield did his share by each scoring a touchdown.
Ville Grove--15 Oakland--O
Oakland lived up to its tradition of being a jinx to the Villa
Grove eleven by stubbornly resisting Villa Grove's powerful attack.
For three quarters neither team wus able to score. In the final
quarter, Ville Grove suddenly realizing that the gume was likely to
end in n scoreless tie, come to life und rushed over two touchdowns
before the final gun.
Villa Grove--54 Shelbyville--7
Playing under the Shelbyville lights, Villa Grove continued its
march toward the chmnpionship by smothering our new Okuw rivals,
Shelbyville. Although they were beaten by n large margin, Shelby-
ville wns the third Okuw team to score on Villa Grove in three years,
Villu Grove started the game fast und immediately scored a touch-
down. But Shelbyville come buck strong ond pushed e touchdown to
tie the SGOre. After this Villa Grove had complete control of the
situation scoring in every quarter. Again every backfield man added
to the score.
Villa Grovem-21 " I Monticello--O
. Remembering last year's scoreless conflict Villa Grove want on
to the field more determined than ever to remain in the race for Okaw
Valley honors. Co-Captain Clements intercepted a pass and raced 60
yards for the first touchdown. Later in the game Co-Captain Kendall
crossed the goal line twice to cinch a victory for the Old Gold and
Villa Grove--52 Tuscola--O
For the third consecutive time Villa Grove, under nlken Hall,
defeated its traditional rivals. Keyed to a high pitch the night
before by a huge pep meeting, Villa Grove journeyed to Tuscola and
gave them a good trouncing. 'Millar was in rare form. Time and again
he would break away into long runs, three of them ending in touchdowns.
A record crowd witnessed this game. 'Villa Grove was as well repres-
ented on the side lines as was Tuscola.L
Villa Groves-20 Newman--O
With a championship uppennost in their minds, Villa Grove went
into the field in a perfect fighting spirit. In a burst of power
on the opening kickoff Villa Grove, with Millar carrying the ball,
blocked a perfect path to the goal line. Under this handicap Newh
man's strong team fought all the harder, repeatedly turning back
Villa Grove's thrusts. A touchdown by Harrison and another by
Kendall on a brilliant 50-yard run finished the scoring and gave
Villa Grove an Okaw championship. - '
With almost the same team as the year before, the boys had a
very successful season. Villa Grove finished second in the Okaw
Valley Conference standings and made a very fine showing in doing
Grove lost to Sullivan in the Okaw Tournamentg Sullivan
on to the finals. 4 '
Grove's big achievement was winning the District Champion
Blue Devils defeated Atwood, Arthur, and Tuscola to bring
home a district trophy. Needless to say, the defeat of Tusoola was
something else to add to the list of achievements.
Villa Grove entered the Casey sectional Tournament and met Mar-
shall in the first game. The score was tied 25-425 at the end of
the fourth quarter and Marshall nosed the Grove out in an overtime,
26 to 27. ' "
During this season Villa Grove won 19 games and lost 7, scoring
731 points. Herb Patton led the parade of point getters with 229.
Barry Arnold had 165, Harold Millar 157, Hillis CEllsworthyQ Kendall
lOl, and Phil Clementz 85. The other boys on the squad accounted for
the rest of the points.
Villa Grove--25 Homer--25 Q 2 overtimesl
With only a few practices, Villa Grove entered its first game
at Homer and after playing brilliantly, lost out in two overtimes.
Villa Grove--30. Homer--15
with two weeks of practice since their first game and with brand
new suits, the boys opened their home season by doubling the score
on Homer. Quite a different ball team since two weeks previous!
Villa Grove--18 Monticello--ll
This game was played at Monticello. It was a very dead game.
Villa Grove was on top--18 to ll.
Villa Grove--32 Shelbyville--58
Just before uSanta came to townn and with all roads blocked with
snow, the boys wont by train to Shelbyville to lose by three baskets.
Villa Grove--58 Alumni--19
The annual meet was in favor of the high school boys by a big
Villa Grove--20 Bronson--52
Wow! What a ball team QBroctonj. That is, in this game--you
can tell by the score. There was a very large crowd for a bad night.
Villa Grove--24 Monticello--21
Again the HBlue Devilsn defeated the nSagesn in a much more
thrilling game than that played at Monticello. Monticello led all
the way till the final quarter where Villa Grove's superiority showed.
Villa Grove--18 Arthur--16
Herb Patton's field basket in the last five seconds of play won
this Okaw game by a score of 18-16.
Villa Grove--21 Tuscola--22 QOvertimel
This game was close. The score, which tied at the final whistle,
led to an overtime.j With three seconds to play, Tuscola made a free
throw that won the game. This was the first victory over Villa Grove
in three long years for the Tuscola boys.
Villa Grove--29 Oakland--16
This was an easy victory for the boys, although they were not
hitting the hoop so well, except Millar, who added ll points to his
Villa Grove--52 Newman--25
Villa Grove led all the way in this game, but it did look bad
in the fourth quarter when Newman began to make some long shots.
Villa Grove--38 arthur--15
This battle was not nearly as close as our previous game with
them on their home floor, due partly to injuries to the Arthur team.
Villa Grove--32 Longview--7
This game was much different than those in the past few years
when Longview always came out on top with its strong team. Perhaps
they know how it feels to be defeated.
Villa Grove--54 Tolono--26
Despite Tolono's late rally, Villa Grove finished in a 54--26
victory. Villa Grove led at the end of every quarter, although in
the last quarter Tolono made a good rally. The Tolono coach, Kenneth
Letsinger, formerly played on a Villa Grove High School team.
Villa Grove--56 Tuscola--28
Although Kendall, Patton, and Sheppard went out on four person-
als in the last quarter, Villa Grove won over Tuscola by the score
of 36--28. It surely was great to win from our old rivals.
Villa Grove--24 Shelbyville--58
Again the Okaw champs camo to town to defeat our boys by the
score 58--24. Villa Grove got started in the last half and worried
Villa Grove--40 Newman--20
We poured it on this time and could always find the basket,
It could have been better if Newman had any luck on shots. Patton
scored 16 points.
Villa Grove--28 Oakland--22
Co-Captains NPhilN and UHissN were the high scorers of the
evening. Villa Grove was barely able to hold a small lead in Gak-
land's small gym. ,
Villa Grove--Sl Tolono--24
The last game before tournament time was a game of victory.
With Co-Captain Kendall as the manager of the team, all was well.
Coach Hall took the night off to do some scouting for the tourna-
OKAW VALLEY TOURNAMENT
Villa Grove--21 Sullivan--24
,, Three villa G1-five boys .left the game 'via the foul route. It
was a swell game though.
. DISTRICT TOURNAMENT
Villa Grove--40 Atwood--18
Villa Grove--29 A Arthur--21
,Villa Grove--26 Tuscola--22 . ,
This final game with Tuscola made our boys the District Champ-
ions and consequently they were in the Sectional Tournament at Casey--
so now there is another nice ornament in the trophy case of the dear
old Alma Mater. V
Villa Grove--26 Marshall--27 QOvertimeQ
After rallying in the last half, Villa Grove was defeated in a
fast oyertime by a score of 27--26. People in that section found
out Villa Grove really knew basketball.
Track had always lingered in the background of Villa Grove sports
until Coach nlken Hall took over the reins and then things began to
happen. Only a few boys reported for track at first, but with last
year's veterans and a few new boys, Coach Hall, with Rex Newman as
captain, built up a well-balanced track squad, and they made the finest
showing that a Villa Grove track team has ever made. Finishing sec-
ond in the Okaw meet was a great achievement, and an injury probably
kept the Grove from a first place.,
The men who placed in events were as follows--with the place
showing and the event: , f
. Rogers--Javelin--Second place .
5 Patton, Newman, Millar, Arnold--Football relay--Fourth place
Patton, Newman, Millar, Arnold--Distance medley--Second place
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Newman--Half mile--Second place
Millar--220 high hurdles--Second place
Rogers--Javelin--4th.g Patton, Millar, Arnold, Newman--Distance
medley--2nd.g Patton, Reinhart, Arnoldh Millar--880-yard relay--Srd.:
Patton, New an, Millar, Harrison--Shuttle hurdles--Znd.
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lOO-yard dash--Millar--lst., Warren--2nd.g 220-yard dash--Warren
lst., Millar--Znd., Patton--3rd.g 440-yard dash--Millar--lst., Whrren
Znd., Arnold--3rd.g 880-yard dash--Arnold--lst., Newman--Znd., Rein-
hart--5rd.g Mile run--Newman--lst., Reinhnrt--2nd.g High hurdles--
Rogers--2nd.5 Low hurdles--Millar--lst., Patton--2nd.5 Javelin--Har-
rison--Znd., Rogers--5rd.g Shot put--Rogers--Znd., Clementz--3rd,g
Broad jump--Patton--lst.g Pole vault--Patton--lst.g Highjump--Patton
and Arnold tied for lst.
100-yard dash--Warren--2nd,g 220-yard dash--Millar--2nd,, Warren
4th.3 440-yard dash--Millar--lst., Arnold--3rd.3 880-yard run--Arnold
4th.g Mile--Newman--lst., Roinhart--5rd.3 Javelin--Harrison--Znd.,
Rogers--4th.g Shot put--Rogers--2nd.i Pole vault--Patton--2nd, QTiej3
Low hurdles--Millar--lst., Patton--Znd.
pistrict Meet -
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440--Millar--Srd. in preliminaries.
Distance medley--Znd. place--Reinhart, Millar, Arnold, and Newman.
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The Girls' Athletic Association of the Villa Grove High School
was organized in 1950. This organization is found in practically
every high school in the State. The purpose of the G. A. A. is to
promote interest in health and athletics. Any high school girl may
become a member who lives up to the rules and pays her dues.
The following members were elected and assumed the leadership
of the organization:
. .Mary Snodgrass
. Katherine wells
Martha Grace Ewing
President. . . . . .
Vice-president . . .
Secretary. . . . .
Treasurer. . . . .
Members of the G. A. A. wereg. .
Thelma Cullum, Annabel Meley, Annabel Lincoln, Marie Cozad, Wanda
Perry, Dorothy Lee Pressly, Dorothy Rupert, Dorothy Dial, Jane Hess,
Ruby Hhittenberg, Ileen McCarrey, Margaret Moss, Martha Grace Ewing,
Mary Snodgrass, Marjorie Clementz, Virginia Kost, Bette Mott, Nellie
Baird, Susan James, Ruby Cozad, Frances Tullis, Alice Templeton,
Marsha Wrigley, Evelyn Thrasher, Ruth Noe, Ferne Smith, Louise Farne
and Katherine Wells. - Q, '
Any girl may win one award each year. The first twe awards
are designed and given by the local G. A. A. The twe highest are
state awards. The requirements for each award are scholarship,
sportmanship, posture, heart examination, health rules, participa-
tion in team activities in the major sports. 400 additional points
are needed to win the two state awards.
The firls held weekly meetings throughout the year. Some of
their activities included: 60 miles of hiking, weekly games in
soccer, volley ball, and basketball, stunts, special achievement
tests, the basketball-shooting tournament, and-the G. A. A. banquet
near the end of the year's work. .
Last year on the first day of May, the G. A. A. girls held a
banquet. The mothers, fathers, and faculty members were guests for
the evening. The banquet room was decorated with pastel shades and
candle light was used. The tables were arranged in the shape of a
V. The toastmistress of the evening was Mary K. Griffith. During
the evening the officers were introduced, there were special musical
numbers, Mr. Wrigley gave a short talk, and the evening's entertain-
ment ended with group singing.'
At the beginning of the fall season 1934, the G. A. A. girls
sponsored a Campfire Service in memory of Grace Page, who had been
one of its strongest members.
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VADENECUM CALENDAR 1954-55
School started. '
Seniors appointed to library periods.
Orchestra organized to
Played Mattoon there.
Alumni football game.
Big pep meeting held.
ton and Virginia Kost.
Arthur played Villa Grove. Score 28-O in our favor.
Class meetings held to elect officers.
meet Mondays and Wednesdays.
Score 6-21 in favor of Mattoon.
Score 14-7 in favor of V. G.
New cheer leaders--Verne Talking
Salesman here with announcements and rings from which
the Seniors could choose.
Oakland--O, Villa Grove--15. ' -
Pep meeting and some impromptu'speeches by teachers.
Shelbyville--7, Villa Grove--54.
Report cards out.
Monticello--O, Villa Grove--21.
Tuscola--O, Villa Grove--52.
Plans for Homecoming.
Glee Club sang at Christian Church.
Volley ball at noon.
Mr. Speith here to take Senior pictures.
Newman--O, Villa Grove--20.
Homer--25, Villa Grove--25. 'First basketball game.
The rumor was out that Senior rings would be'here soon.
Homer--15, Villa Grove-236. A '
Monticello--ll, Villa Grove--18.
Plans started for Christmas Program.
Longview--9, Villa Grove--21.
G.-A. A. served lunch today at noon,
Shelbyville--58, Villa Grove--52.
Christmas Program. Fancy trying to sing HSilent Nightn
in German and French! ' '
2 Vacation over.
4 Alumni--19, Villa Grove--38.
8 Brooton--52, Villa Grove--20,
ll Monticello--21, Villa Grove--24.
12 Arthur--16, Villa Grove--18. 'V
14 Football Banquet.
17-18 Semesters. V
'19 Oakland--16, Villa Grove--29.
' 26 Arthur--15, Villa Grove--58.'
51. Okaw Valley Tournamentf, ,
D1-2 Tournament still on, K
5 Longvieww-7, Villa Grove--52, 1
8 Tolono--26, Villa Grove--54.
14-15 Farmers' Institute held at high school.
l6 Shelbyvillee-58, Villa Grovef-24.
19 Girl Scout Play.
22 Newman--20, Villa Grove--4O.',.
. 25C Oakland--22, Villa Grove--28.
27 Senior Program.
1 Tolono--24, Villa Grove--54.
7-8-9 District Tournament.
15 Junior Play.
l6 Staff organization for annual.
17 Tryouts for Senior Play.
18 Sohoolboard dinner.,
19 Coach's oar stolen.
20 Senior Play cast announoed.
' 5 Oratorical Contest. '
6 Invitational Commercial Contest at Champaign High Sohool.
9 nlllini Trailn--movie sponsored by University of Illinois.
l2 Basketball Banquet.
16 Open house for 8th grade graduates.
18 Mr. Leonard here to tell his experiences in the World War,
19 Easter vacation started. if .
' ' COMING EVENTS ' y
Senior Play--May 5. " ' " 1 my Senior Class Day--May 27.
Okaw Valley Track MeetALMay 4. ' " Open House--May 28.
Junior-Senior Reception--May l7.' Alumni Banquet--May 50.
Baccalaureate--May 26. Commencement--May 31.
CLASS 93 1925
John Allen .
Hester fAndersonl McClintock
Pearle CArohibaldl Rioca
Daisy Belle Duncan
Ervin Ewing 9
Edmund Gilbert 'V .
Ruth fGillinsD Howard
Dessie QHackettj Tatte
Laura fHammettD Clay
Lloyd Held .
Phillip Kennedy R
Clarence Landis 9
Mildred CMartinJ Hulse
Evelyn QMathewsJ Richmanz
Gladys CMoClintookj Seaton
Clelus fStarksD Ziv
Louise fTullisl Stoudt
cuss gg 1926
Myrtle Koassityl Smit
Floye Conn ,
Mary Edwards ,
Beryl flfarnerj Matkey
Gladys CGreenej Gwinn
Jenny Lynd CMartinl Cutler
Marcella CMaxwellD Adams
Anita CM lerl Clark
Marie CNosbisohJ Moulton
Lillian Pugh '
Madge CShumakerD Allen
Edward Smith .
Kenneth Van Rheeden
Rohima Cwbodsj Dotson
crass 9-11 1927
Elizabeth fAbstonD Seltzer
Charlotte CAdamsJ Workman
Ruby QA1-ohibelay Behl
Doris QAyresD Armhurst
Mildred CDavisl Hulse
Idris CEnglandJ Richman
Margaret CFrazierl Wax
Louise CFreelgpdj Seltzer
Rachel Howard .
Josephine QKampl Foiles
Estelle fRiddleJ Patterson
Izella QVandeverJ Nmnningly
PLA! 93. 3.2.28
Dorothy CDunce.nD Jones
Vadaline CFoleyJ Ashmore
Gertrude fHowardj Metzler
Joe Janes I
Lucy Laley .
Frances QLinoo1nJ Vliet
Isabelle QLittleD Herrin
Emily fMasonJ Abston
Geneva QMetzlerj Seyler
Irene Shanahan '
Hazel CSoardj Fisher
CLASS gg 1929
Ruth QAllenD Barrie
Verna CAyresj Heath
Geneva CBeanD Soard
Dorothy QDrewj Weaver
'iilma QDunoanl Negengard
in-it Qwxldery Myers
louise QFrazierj Snyder
Helen QKostj Wright .
Virginia QNusse1J Wilson
Kathryn QRineJ Beystehner
Bonnie CSuyoottJ Franks
Marguerite fVaughnJ Thc pson
.C...LA.3E 9.11 5.929
Hazel fAtheyj English
Esther CBerryj Gibson
Erline CDavisI Underwood
Virginia Ford -
Georgia fFrazierJ Sands
Juanita fGallagherJ Shuts
La Verna QGoodalej O'Neil
Charles Heaton fdeceasedj
La Frieta Rine
Dorothy fRobinsonj Elder
How id Snodgrass
cmss gl 1931
Ooie Ccookj Greer
Maxine CCookD Moore
Earl Duncan '
Florence CHanmettD Riddle
Alberta CScottJ Eversole
Rayreen CThortonJ Allen
Albert Van Rheeden
.QL 155 .PE .195-3.
Cora Cnllenj Long
Ivalu CArchibaldD Cordos
Winifred CConnD hullinax
Rolla Foley Jr.
Mary Margaret Shepherd
ELREQ QE 1955
Doris CLoweryJ Cutler
Marie Mayer 'L
92355 9.12 32?-".'?.l
Flotn Bennett ,
Marcella CEisenmengerj MoCollom
Frances CHackettD Simpson
Dorothy Jean Lewis
Alberta QMertinJ Harris
Martha Mae Skidmore
Fred Ven Rheeden
Mr. Wrigley--Umy love is the law of the sohool.U
Miss Jones--nHistory teaches everything, even the future.n
Coach Hall--NGO forth and runQ the raoo is to the bravB.W
Miss Henkle--nTongues, tongues for me, for my joy! more tongues.n
Miss Le Follette--nShe's all my fancy painted her.u
Mr. Willett--NMy mind to me a kingdom is.H
Miss Miller--HA poor life this, if full of oareg we have no time
to stand and stare.N
Mr. Lumsden--nNothing endures but personal que1ities.Hn
hiss Speers--HSweet ere
lr. fnooy--NOh magic of
br, Qeinter--HGreat are
is deeper than all speeohg feeling deeper
tho 5 H -
thoughts that savor of content.u
a song,n A
the kind words spoken.H
Esther Gilbert--UThe world is all s fleeting show.n
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Pennsylvania Motor Oil
Home of Quality and Service
B. H. Lewis--Proprietor
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Miss Mayfield: nLyle, give
me the shortest definition of
an exp1osion.n ' V
- Lyle Sawyer: uBoomLH '
Miss Jones: NFrances, how
long has Columbus been dead?u
Frances Tullis Qsurprisedlz
nGee, I didn't even know he
The teachers' meetings are
called nLittle forget to-
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5511! - 10d Variety Store
Sells everything for less
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iRex N.: HDD you think that
after I buy my girl flowers,
take her to a showy' and then
to dine, that I should kiss
Barry: UNO, - you've done
enough for her in one evening?
Rex N.: nTime me around the
track, will you, Coaoh?n
Coach: nSure, wait until I
get a calendar for you, Rex.N
Freshie: uI'm studying my
best in order to get ahead.N
Senior:nYou sure need onefu
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A full line of
Fresh fruits d Vegetables.
Shanahan k Sidell
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M S. ECK THOMSON'S SHOP i
, Smart dresses, Hats .
yy Blouses? Silk and Lingerie
COLEMAN'S GIFT SHOP
Gifts and Prizes
Always New and Different
Phone 262 P
A Wilson Bldg. Villa Grove
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She could live without friends
'She could live. without foes
But Miss Katherine Wells
Couldn't live without beaux.
Jeweler : "This clock will
last you . a lifetime.u
Melvin Jones: ' Cbrightlyj
NHOW can it when it's hours an
Modern History slogan:
Stall and the class will stall
with you. Recite, and you re-
cite alone . '
Lyle Ez' H1 thought you took
that subject last semester.n
Nathan' R.:' "I did, but the
faculty required an encore.n
Faye G.: nDid you always
have red hair?n
Red B.: nNo, when I was
small I had scarlet fever and
it settled in my hair."
Tom s.. HThat's one thing
I . like about my girl. "
A Rex Newman: nWhat's that?H
Tom: HThe guy she goes
F BEAMAN'S STORE
i East Side
DR. GEORGE L. KENNEDY V
' Q ' Dentist
2 Friedman-Shelby Shoes i
CLOW Prices for the Bestl Phones
Dry Goods P :
A Groceries Office-l7 Residence-95
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Our weekly Pegg News affords TEEN AGERS----
an opportunity for the house-
wife to keep the table supplied
with the choicest of foods ser-
viced by your Super-Service
Store featuring RICHELIEU BABY
STUART and nationally adver-
are rooting for these glamorous
new styles shown in---BROWNBILT
SHOES. No wonder,they're the
smartest shoes wherever the
students go and their splendid
wear and moderate prices makes
----Join the Quality Class.-- -
MORRISON'S GROCERY 4 l MORRISON'S SHOE STORE
Hillis Kendall wrote the following to a business firm order-
ing a razor: p
Dear Sir: Please find enclosed Se, for one of your razors,
as advertised, and oblige. ---- Hillis Kendall
P. S. I forget to enclose the 51, but no doubt a firm of
your standing will send the razor anyway.
The firm received the letter and replied as follows:
Dear Sir: Your valued order received the other day, and will
say in reply that 'we are sending the razor as per request and
hope it will prove satisfactory.
P. S. we forget to enclose the razor, but no doubt a man wh
your cheek will have no use for it.
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Fence SHUEY R RIDER Rugs
Paint - Window Shades
Oils Bed Spring
Cutlery, E. R. Shuey Mattresses
Stoneware Proprietor Bed Spreads
Dishes , Smoking Sets
Glassware . 1 Linoleum
Aluminumware A Real Com unity Congoleum Rugs
Graniteware Store That,, Will Parlor Suits
Guns and Ammunition
Endeavor to Please
Villa G1-we, 111.
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Robert Rubenacher: nGimme
a niekelfs worth of asafetidaf
Duaclerk poured some asafetida
in a paper bag and pushed it
across the counter.
Robert Rubenacher: lHCharge
Clerk. NI wouldn't write
'asafetida' and Rubenacker for
Hester L.: HHOW long could
I live without any brains2n
Miss M.: HTime will tell.H
VSpat' yrfwary, xvorkinq .in
a History Outline, wrote down
some of the personal traits of
Caesar. it rzn fhus:.
A. UFood of womon.n
B. 'nPerfeet'1n the use of
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Nellie B. nMr. Wrigley,
what does 'encircle' mean?n
Mr. W. nEncircle means to
put your arms around someone.n
Nellie B. fthree minutes
laterj Uwhat was that you said,
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CARLETON R. SMITH M. D.
Physician k Surgeon
One of the lessons
you should learn
is to buy quality
the well - dressed r
man or woman stand
a better chance in
Phone l7F2 Residence-100 I life.
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In Used Auto Parts
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Leola M.: .UHOW many sub-
jects are you carrying
Red Bl: nCarrying one and
Charlie S.: Nl had an aw-
ful funny dream last night.N
'Spatu L.: nYes, I saw you
HNOW if anything
wrong with this experiment,U
said Mr. Painter in
nwe would all be
high--come Q little closer
students,so you may follow mek
Raymond C.: fTell me, have
any big men been born in this
Dean: nNope, only babies.n
Ileen Mc.: HB0 you know
Linooln's Gettysburg address?n
l Geneva S.: HI don't even
know' his phone number.n
Vera Barnettg UAnd what is
the height of your ambition?H
Beryl Clabaughz nOh, some-
where between five feet ten
and six feet.n
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MODERN CLELNERS l CUTLER'S STANDARD STATION
in 1 .
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To Be Well Dressed i
Villa Grove, Illinois
And To Be Well Pressed
Call Phone 29 . Service with a Smile
Villa Grove, Illinois E H. L. Gutlerel ---- Manager
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Where Ma Saves Pa's Dough
Silk Maid Flourl
Never Disappoints A
Villa Grove '
VILLA GROVE FARMERS'
Dealers in Coal - Salt
All Kinds of Feeds
we Do Custom Grinding
Villa Grove, Illinois
Geraldine M.: HYou men are
Charles Starks: HThen why
do you want three or four?n
Miss MillergnName three ar-
ticles containing ' starch,N
Alice T.: 'Two cuffs and
And then we heard about the
time Coach Hall stopped his
car under a street light to
see how fast he was going.
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s we have a G. A. A., but
what we really need is a B.A.A
so we .can separate the sheep
from the goats.
Smoke a cigarette in bed,
doze off and leave it lit
It will keep the homo
Jane Hess: nAfter having
worked a geometry problemthat
was impossible and of course
could not get it, said: nSince
I did not get it, I suppose I
'must have been right.U
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Meats -- Groceries
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Villa Grove, , Illinois
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VANITY BEAUTY SHOP
In Beauty Work
All Werk Guaranteed
Phone ll Bernice Green
Villa Grove, Illinois
NPearls come from oysters,
but diamonds usually come
from some poor fish,n
HIt's a hard world,U said
the steeplejack, as he crashed
to the pavement from the top
of a thirteen story building.
nwell I camel down with
flying colors anyhow,H said
the painter who fe1l.off a
scaffold with A pail of
paint in each hand.
When the clock strikes
thirteen, what time is it?
Time for the clock to
nYou're stuffing me,N said
the mattress to the factory
If you eat onions, don't
breathe it to a soul.
To kill the smell of fried
onions, burn old' rubber in
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Fresh Fruits And Vegetables
Groceries k Meats
UA Coed Pldce To Traden
Catering To Ladies
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Villa Grove, Illinois L
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Corner of Main 8 Monroe
Office 65 - Residence 58
NThat's ia dirty trick,u
said the frog as he turned .a
flip in the mud,
n--nn v ,
nYou're stringing me,n
said the bean to the cook.
Miss Jones: nName nine bat-
tles of the Civil War.n
Lillian Chungesg HBull Run,
Gettysburg and C7 days battleb.
Donald Cutler: nwhat does
your mother feed you on?H
Agnes Hess: NThe table.n
1 Mr, Willetg nwhen do leaves
start to turn around here?H
Thelma C.: NAbout two days
Lyle S.: HHey there! Don't
spit on the floorlu
- Charlie S.:nS'matter? Floor
i Louise F.:r nwhat are those
Katherine W.gHThey are knot
Louise F.: uThey are tooln
DR. R. W. TAYLOR THE FORD V28
Physician Coming Up?
Corner - Main Q Monroe
Phones E. Soard Co.
Office 65 Residence 96
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Frigidaires Paints 2 Chevrolet Oldsmobile?
Roofing 1 Used Cars
Sporting Goods X Linco Gas
Virgil Henson---Mgr. A Quaker State Oils
Villa Grove, Illinois Q Villa Grove, Illinois
V511 there ever be a day when:
Dorothy Dial will not think yellow jaundice is a dance?
Nellie Baird isn't giggling?
Lillian Changes will date high school boys?
Lyle Foley won't like to go to dances?
Agnes Hess will forget all about basketball games?
Hillis Kendall will be a spendthrift?
Ileen McCarrey will be flanking?
Nathan Rine will buy a oar instead of riding a bike?
Katherine wells realizes she's a Senior?
Ross Chandler won't like to talk to Dorothy?
Edwin Dennis won't be noted for his bass viol playing?
John Ernest flirts with the Senior girls?
Lyle Sawyer has his hair massed?
Rex Newman oan't tell a good joke?
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