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

 - Class of 1951

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ROBERT MENKE General Math and Driving Instructor Boys' P. E, Instructor Basketball Coach ETT I. MURANA Machine Shop Instructor Gears Advisor CLARENCE O. OLSON Instrumental Music Director ALI CE E. PFEIFFER Iunior English Instructor Woodcohi Advisor HAROLD R. RAY Building Trades Instructor B. Tfs Advisor GARY G. SAILER Iunior Nursing Instructor Robert Menke Ett I. Murana Clarence O. Olson Alice E, Pfeiffer Harold R. Ray Gary G. Sailer R. lean Schmiedeskamp Clarence O. Sparks Doris M. Walkington Nina I. Witherell M, Vivian Witt Marjorie E. Young R. I EAN SCHMIEDESKAMP Algebra, Advanced Algebra, and Ge- ometry Instructor Book Exchange Manager CLARENCE O. SPARKS Drafting, Electrical Shop, and Me- chanical Drawing Instructor Visual Aids Director DORIS M. WALKINGTON Art and Handicrafts Instructor NINA I. WITHERELL Girls' P. E, Instructor GAA Advisor M. VIVIAN WITT Spanish and French Instructor MARIORIE E. YOUNG Sophomore English and Speech In- structor All-School Play Director Thespian Advisor 12

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S. MARGARET BEATTY World History and Community Civics Instructor BERT A. BURDA Vocal Music Director Music Appreciation Instructor GUY P. CURTRIGHT Geometry Instructor Football and Baseball Coach Boys' P. E. Instructor and Intramural Sports Director IANINE I. CZARNECKI Librarian and Freshman English Inf structor LAWRENCE A. DALE Physics, Chemistry and Physical Science Instructor Swimming and Track Coach EDWIN E. DeCAMP American History and World Prob- lems Instructor S. Margaret Beatty Bert A. Burda Guy P. Curtright Ianine I. Czarnecki Lawrence A. Dale Edwin E. DeCamp Raymond L. Eden Don A. Edwards Lee G. Grebner Dorothea M. Himmler Elwood D. Howell Gladys E. Laughlin RAYMOND L. EDEN Speech Correctionist DON A. EDWARDS Freshman English Instructor Senior Play Director LEE G. GREBNER Biology Instructor Tennis and Golf Coach DOROTHEA M. HIMMLER Instructor of Commercial Subjects Hi-l.ic7hts Advisor ELWOOD D. HOWELL Agricultural Instructor FFA Advisor GLADYS E. LAUGHLIN Home Economics Instructor Cafeteria Director ll



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, - ., -L .Nt A Ei SPECIAL AWARDS FOR THE MOST OUTSTANDING EXHIBIT - THE SENIORS CLASS HISTORY With awe and dread we left our familiar grade schools and ascended to the great brick building on the hill. Because our class was the largest in the school, it was only natural that it should be the noisiest. As freshman week drew near, experienced juniors and sopho- mores were pelted with questions about the fate of freshmen who had gone before us. ln spite of our fears, most of us pulled through, with only our pride injured. Because of our "over-eagerness" at our first class meeting tat which time Bob Clark was elected class presi- dentl we were allowed no more meetings for the rest of the year. Needless to say, when we took our places a year later as sophomores, we were more eager than ever -- in a somewhat quieter way. With Ierry Gillett as our president, we started slaving away on a float for the homecoming parade. tWe won second prize, tooll As the year wore on, we came upon our first great undertaking - the sophomore dance. With Susan Tresch as queen and "Old Heidelberg" as a theme, our dance was a howling success. We even made money! As everyone well re- members, the football, basketball and baseball varsities included a large number of sophomore boys. After electing Wayne Schacht president of the class as juniors, and winning another prize for a good float tthird, this timel, we settled down to the serious task of choosing a theme for our Iunior Prom. Money was no small problem, but with candy, hot-dog sales and record dances we managed very well. Our theme? ASouthern Plantation! We broke the record again and made a profit. Wayne Schacht, Ralph Stork, Bob Clark, and Ierry Gillett were given the honor of attending Boys State, while Ann Abraham represented us at Girl's State. Wayne Rockstead's name goes down in history as the first of the 1951 class to join Uncle Sam's large family. lmagine! Seniors! . . . finally for some of us, and so soon for others. No one can say we didn't try to make the inferior freshmen treat us as their superiors. Our floats must be doomed to win! Once again, second prize. lt seemed that before we knew the school year had begun, everything started happening at once. First the Rose Dance occupied our attention, then meeting yearbook deadlines, or- dering cards and announcements, exchanging pictures, the senior class play, the music fes- tival, and band contest. Finally, Miss Coultas began the well-known hustle-bustle of arrang- ing the annual tour lastl Mothers Tea. For tContinued on Page 74l 13

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