Woodstock Community High School - Woodcohi Yearbook (Woodstock, IL)

 - Class of 1950

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fllghe CZQNZZ of the Class of 1950 LAVERNE BERLIN leaves her height to Pat Dygert. JOYCE BRUGGER leaves her quiet- ness to Eddie Locke. DONA DOEDON leaves her school sweater for her brother to wear. MARIAN DRAFFKORN leaves, wondering, "Is it Rus or someone else?,' BARBARA DURLIN leaves with that big ring still on her Hnger BEVERLY EHLERS leaves in a Hudson con- vertible. JEAN ENGSTROM leaves the F.T.A to a more prosperous membership. ANN FRIS- BIE leaves her "barker ability' to Bev Wester- beck. DOLORES CAST leaves her job as cafe- teria cashier to some patient student next year. BARBARA HARRISON leaves-everyone bewil- dered. CAROL HARVEY leaves her tiny feet to Pat and Ann. BEVERLY HENRICKS leaves in Bill Lehman's Dodge. VIRGINIA HOWELL leaves on her way to Hebron. HAZEL LAPPIN leaves her ability to get things done to Barbara Hinkle. LOIS LARSEN leaves her cheerfulness. MAR- ILYN MADSEN leaves for the drug store. JANE METCALF leaves her ability to concen- trate to Roger Dermont. ELEANOR MILLER leaves on the way to Miller's ticket office. DOR- OTHY MONTGOMERY leaves, headed for the Airport Grill. DEVONA NELSON leaves her baby talk to anyone whoid want it. IDA PERI- MAN leaves to be with Arnie. LORRAINE SCHROEDER leaves her Social Problems logic to some well-deserving 1950-51 student. MARI- LYN TIIOMSEN leaves her cute shape to Sue Kemp, who really isn't doing so badly. BAR- BARA THUROXV leaves her smooth page-boy to Butch Courtney. CAROLE TOWNSEND leaves in a Chevrolet, or is it an Olds? JOAN VANNICK leaves her melodious voice to Mr. Ray. LAURA XVENKEL leaves all that energy to Carl Ohlrich. LAUREL YVESCOTT leaves her cooperative attitude to Butch Courtney. MURIEL NVEST leaves her bangs to Shirley Zimmerman. ANNA MAE YVINKELMANN leaves her quiet nature to Bob Pierce. HAROLD BEARDSLEY leaves with a sigh of relief from Miss Coultas. DANNY BORGEN leaves his wavy hair to Eldora Olson. EDDIE BOTT leaves his terrific manners to All under- classmen. GEORGE COLBY leaves his electrical knowledge to George Hubert, Jr. DAVE COUR- IER leaves hand in hand with NORABELLE, E251 looking very contented, as usual. FRED DE- COOK wills his loving ways to Peter. LAVON FORLAND leaves Alberta. XVAYNE FRAME leaves Mary Ann to all the future eligibles. RAY- MOND GOLDMAN leaves his Plymouth at Hur- leyls. WILLARD HACKMAN leaves on his mo- torcycle with a cloud of dust behind him. RON- ALD HOCH leaves. Now Carl Ohlrich will have to walk home alone. WAYNE JOHNSON be- queaths his sociability to YVayman Robertson. DONALD KNAACK leaves in parents' car-but of course. WILLIAM LEHMAN leaves his posi- tion of solo cornet in band to Bud Tryon. NVIL- LIAM LUEDKTE leaves third hour study hall. Hallelujah! KEN MERNVIN wills his willingness to argue to Jack NVienke. BOB MOORE leaves his comic roles to Dean Carlson. BUD OUGHTON leaves. Now you'll have to find another truck for errands, "Pfeiff." MELVIN PASSFIFT D leaves without audible protest. ROGER PAYNE leaves to retire, as a great farmer. JIM PIERCE leaves his ability to get into everyone's business to Denny Larson. JOHN POLIZZI wills his athletic ability to Jim Doeden. FRED POPE wills his brains to the not so intelligent people who take chemistry. BOB READEL leaves, but probably not too far since Betty is still here. BILL REESE departs to join the other two. DICK RICHARDS leaves his per- petual boisterousness to Louie Rowe, who never makes a sound! WVILLIAM LANG leaves Jr. Eng- lish. Relax, "Pfeiff." ROBERT LARSON leaves his grace in playing tennis to Don Steinwehe. LES SCHMARJE leaves his much appreciated help in decorating for the Woodcohi Dance to next year's seniors. FRED SCHULTZ leaves- headed for the grocery store. GLENN SHER- MAN leaves, too bad. Now who will help build the Hoats for the parades? DUANE STANLEY leaves in the back seat of Jack Richardson's car. GREGORY STODDARD leaves his story-telling ability to any gullible listener. KEN THORN- TON wills his ability to grow to Freddy Howell. DICK TRIEBOLD leaves-or left for White- water. LAWVRENCE WVENKEL wills his supe- rior welding capability to Mr. Murana to dis- tribute as he sees fit. HAROLD YOUNG wills his big bass drum to Georgie Swank. And we, the CLASS OF 1950, do further be- queath and will our position as seniors, to the Class of ,51, and our ability to have fun to all future high school students.

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'lf I 4 N-9 lop row: ML-Cannon, l'., Mcliiin, C., Mitchel, P., Moritz, D., Munson, L., Nelson, M., Nelson, X., Ohlrich, C., Bainsford, M. conrl roir: Bobertson, XY., Rowe, ll., llyan, A., St-ht-id, L., Schildt, B., Sehreck, YV., SL'llI'0l'LlL'l', I., Seaton, S., Sell, B. lhirfl l'Ull'i Sell, B., Shaw, l'., Sherman, J., Shook, li., Sorenson, J., Schreiber, A., Stassen, G., Stecker, B.,Steinke, M. lourllz row: Stock, 'l'., Stock, S., Stogsdill, D., Stieg, E., 'l'reseh, S., Tryon, E., Turner, C., Ueber, B., Walkington, P. lzffh row: NVenkel, ll., NVesterbcck, R., XVhiting, B.,XYissell, M., Ystebo, M., Zinnnerman, S. fffistory of the Glass of 1951 In September, 1947, we made our entrance into XV. C. H. XVhen the election of class officers was held, we were not too "good," so we were only allowed to elect a president, Bob Clark, As sophomores we accomplished more. The officers elected for the sophomore year were: jerry Cillett, president, Tom Benton, vice-president, Mary Durkee, secretary, Bill Iloerbert. treasurer. XVc made a lloat that won third prize in the llomecoming parade, and we put on our first dance entitled "Old Heidelberg," with Sue Tresch reigning as Queen. Last fall we became juniors and elected XVayne Schacht, president, Balph Stork, vice-presidentg jerrf' Cillett, secretary, and Ann Abraham. treasurer. Again this year the class of ,51 captured third place for Homecoming floats with the idea of suckers and the motto, "Lick 'Emf' Along with the prize money from the winning Hoat, we were very busy selling hot dogs and candy in order to sponsor our great event-the junior Prom. Besides the excitement of the Prom, we got our class rings that will remind us of our happy days spent in good old XV. C. H. S. The junior class was well represented in all of the activities of XV. C. ll. S. such as: band, orchestra, chorus, track, the basketball team, football, and base- ball teams, G.A.A., and dramatics. l27l ,,- is A . Q. - 4 . A745 iffi 'Y Q fi Q5 uifan

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