Feitshans High School - Log Yearbook (Springfield, IL)
- Class of 1950
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EVEN WEDDINGS CMOCK!-AND TIME LEFT FOR STUDY!!
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ot April, those lonq-toced people with intent
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Advisor. B. Owens.
Editors cmd Advisor
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Loqp otnd, Mrs. Erickson tryinfg to cofordinote
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niokinq sure thot tho onniiols
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ADVERTISING STAFF BUSINESS STAFF
Standing: N. Stuttlebeam. R. Follis. F. Pell. D. Iannazzo. M. Standing: P. Neal, M. Ryder. B. Matla k R
Merrill. L. Wax. Sitting: M. Eddinqton. I. Stevens, R. Chambers. C' ' '
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..1tt1nq. A. Patton. B. Schneider, N. D' '
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Editor ........,... ........... B ertie Owens
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Asst, Editors .................. HO Arm CGDSHQ
Business Manager and Stail
Nancy Dietrich, Shirley lanes, Bose-
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Neal, Marlene Ryder, Bill Matlaclc,
Bob Hodqen, Barbara Schneider, Mel-
Advertising Manager and Stall
lo Ann'e Stevens, Rita Chambers,
Marcella Merrill, Linda Wcix, Danna
lannazzo, Nola Stuiilebearn, Rita Fol-
lis, Marilyn Eddinqton, Frances Pell
Freshman Class Editor..Mary Chapman
Saph. Class Editor ........ Charlene Grave ' " '
ginier Cellass ggitar .......... Eileen Kublicli EDITORIAL STAFF
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Se-I'1iOI' Class EditOr N. Canham, B. Buhrman, N. Tostberq. B. Thompson.
lliinel .................. Florence Gedaniinski
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Back Row, Standing: G. Huqhes, N. Canham, M. Merrill, B. Williams, N. Dietrich, R. Follis, R. Ellis.
R. Grove, B. Matlack. Second Row: F. Gedaminski, E. Kublick, R. Fortner, R. Chambers, L. Wax,
M. Eddinqton, S. Iones, I. Capella, N. Tostberq, F Pell. D. Iannazzo. Sitting: C. Grove. M. Chapman,
B. Thompson, R. Bibb, A. lnkster, V. Erickson, Advisor, B. Owens, I. Stevens, B. Schneider, A. Patton.
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As our new leoder this yeor dt PHS. this
qentlemdn just cdn't be beot . . . tor he is otble
to tdlce cdre ot everything from orderinq thumb
totclcs or pins to the liner points oi his Ctdrninf
Foremost in his mind ott dll times hos been
"Were you tordy dqdin today?
You'll hdve to stdrt serving detenf
tion," soid Mrs. Helphinstino, our
"Oh, gee whiz, where could that
two cents be?" dslis Miss Mountz,
boolckeeper ot our school dnd secree
tdry to Mr. Wdx.
EARL W. WAX
the interests oi the students, their likes dnd
dislikes, dnd their mdny problems which he
hos undertaken to help them solve.
Mr. W'dX certdinly merits the sincere thonks
ot the community dnd d qrotetul student body
who dpprecidte CI reol heodliqht.
Clitfordine Mountz, Secretary: Doris Helphinstine, Attendance Clerk
Mr. McQueen, Mr. Wax, Miss Coqswell
"CAN'T WE TALK W
When problems orise Mr. McQueen ond
Miss Coqswell ore the people to see. The
Deans, omonq other jobs, help us with our
schedule problems, solve our minor troubles,
set us stroiqht on colleqe requirements, ond
keep sprinq lever from lowerinq the otiendonce
Dean of Girls
Dean of Boys
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LUCILE F ERREIRA
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CORA IANE YONICK
D. Squires, C. Besiuk, B. Miller, I. Croenne
"AFTER GRADUATION DAYH 5
President ...................................... IOHN CROENNE Between hopeful QlllmPS9S mio the fulufef
Vice President ......... ............. B lLL MILLER we 1950 Whiz kids are fondly looking back
Secretary .............. ............ D ON SQUIRES Over Our days et Feiteheme 1 . . remembering
Treasurer ...... .......... C HARLES BESIAK how green We were in the beginning - t U the
school parties . . . getting used to teachers . . .
JUNE OFFICERS standing in line at the cafeteria . . . cokes at
the Diana . . . dances aiter the games . . .
President... ..................................... BILL BUHRMAN Iuniepgenier meme , u . feetbeu games . D I
Vlce Pfesldem """" """' homework . . . basketball games . . . assem-
SGCIGTGUGS --------- ------- 3 I0 ANNIE STEVENS blies . . . exams . . . and finally graduation!
Treasurer ........ ................. I ACK SPENCE
I. Spence. I. Mcrkwell. I. Stevens. N. Dietrich, B. Buhrmcm
DOROTHY EDWARD LESTER RITA
ALBRIGHT BACON BLANKENSHIP 'CHAMBERS
"Guess who'll get the "Not even a Toni could "Thinking is but an "Has anyone seen my
first diploma." produce curls like idle waste of time." halo?"
GENE COZY DONALD PATSY
COE COLE COOK 'COPP
"Women are my "My heart will never "I don't know where "The girl with the
specialty." grieve for school." l'm going, but l'm Pepsodent smile
"Being pleasant and always ready
is her motto."
"Why should we study today when
tomorrow we may not be here."
"One of the more quiet seniors -until
you get to know him."
"Anyone interested in a blonde?"
"He stands a stature full of strength
upon the pedestal ot life."
"You never know what she is going
to do next."
"Happiness and laugh-
ter are the main
spokes in her wheel
"The world's not heard
of me yet, but wait,"
DEAN BOB LEONARD
GROVE HODGEN HUBBARD
"A quiet inan, hut "The answer to Marys "All other qreat men
quite a man." prayer." are dead, and l feel
IOYCE KATHLEEN NORVAL
LYNARD MCLAUGHLIN MELTON
"She says nothing and "The harder l try to ho "Even it all great inen
makes no mistakes." !QOOflQI',' the 'worser' are dead, l'm not dis-
l am." couraqedf'
"lic takes his time but he always
"Why take lite seriously?"
"Silence speaks ol power."
"Oh, do you think l love him? l lovft
"My idea of an agreeable person is
one who aarees Witix nie."
MARGARET DONALD ROBERT
REAM RHOADES SQUIRES STARK
he did wus "Oh, such beautiful "For every why hc has Sklpper ol thc
done with ease." hair plenty smooth." fl wherefore." yum hi
ARLENE NANCY IAMES
STEPHENS TALLEY TOSTBERG VIDAMOUR
It is the tranquil who "She is u puzzle, huiull "Michael Anqelo hus If women wmrg m
cxceomplish much," pu7zles are interesl- nothing cn me." only worrres I wou'd
Inq." lc rx Iree man
"The less ihere is learned the less
there is to forget."
"Lei others climb the lodder of suv-
cess, l'll luke ihe elevcilorf'
"lf study makes 11 nu
my cradle days."
"She needs no euloqyq
un, luring lwuvlf,
she speaks for
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Vit get hy."
WILLIAM EDNA FLORENCE
GOEBEI. GRAMLICH GRAMLICH
ttslri- 'Rristtfui riiiti shy "Openir1q OIICIS mouth "Bubbhnf7 ovcr with
VJUIIIQ wonder why?" is such uri effort." pep."
IEANETTE MARY MARY
HARRIS HENSON HOLLAND
"She would itxtiqh ut "VJuit ti miriuttz, "A quiet qirl pluismq
the Wcig gitifg of at 1 forgot my gum. to know
"Pie-Qscmtiy takes ull hor work."
ANNA MAE HRYHORYSAK
"Quiet in C1 nice sort of way."
"You don't realize my possibilities."
"Never has muqrh to stty."
"Move over Einstein, him I comfy
"Seen hut not heard."
DON DONNA WILBERT FRED
RAY REEVES REHWALD RICHARDS
"One of the Minute "Black hair, snappy "Height does not deter- "l came, I was glad
Men-V always a eyes look out mine the man," l'm going l'm
minute slow." fellows." gladderf'
MARLENE BARBARA NORMA IOHN
RYDER SCHNEIDER SHELTON SKUFCA
"Got her credits wilh "Full of fun and "Nice to know." "l don't let work
great ease," misrhiel too." laother ine."
DICK SN YDER
"Thinking endangers the brain so
"We call her 'Bobbie'- Cute little
I ACK SPENCE
"Friend oi the people preferably
IO ANN'E STEVENS
"A's in everything are her specialty.
"And I don't even have to use a
rinse on my hair."
"Getting laughs is his sperictltyf'
"The Lord said, 'Let "Sorry fellows -
There be foolishness' I'm tcxkenf'
and he Created me."
"Laughs C11 cmythinqf' "Courteous, neat dress'
er, with tale-nt in his
"Seems she ulwcxys "Always Wiih CI sense
has sometllinq good of humor."
"She wumls to he am "Lust but not Iefxsif'
SENIOR PICTURES NOT TAKEN:
WILLIAM BAILEY FRED KINCAID
BILL DEAVAULT JAMES POWER
DARRELL DENTON DELBERT PRUITT
VANCE FRANKLIN TED REHWALDT
"Ai lust we made it
Io Ann Capella
Mary Ellen Hughes
Betty Io Lame
Mary Katherine Lock
Lee Ann Lutkin
Mary lane Sexton
Rose Marie Doon
Mary Lou Elmer
Betty Iean Guimard
Ida Mae Hunt
Lois Ann Smith
Sally Io Bennett
Betty Iean Cook
Iudy Nadine Fox
leral Dean Hunter
Mary Lou Parks
Fred Stone. Ir.
Marilyn Ann Turley
Frances Ann Wax
Minnie lean Wright
Sally Io Iones
Mary Ann Laudski
Donna Mae Miller
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Bock Row: B. Bobell, K. Fleer, I.
Slieley, B. Iones, D. Drury. Second
Row: VV. Appleqote, S. Srnitli, M.
McKenzie, I. VVilliC1rns, M. Klemrne,
R. Colvin, I. Mitchell. First Row:
L. Smith, I. Scotfinqer, F. Louterboclc,
M. Gough, L. Howitt, M. Fronlclin.
Bock Row: T. Kolb, H. Htiper, S
Iones, M. Bruckner, E. Blisset, I. Con
horn. Second How: S. Frye, P. Kub
lick, R. Robinson, C. Clicindler, I
Flynn, C. Kidd. First Row: I. Lewis
B. Rowland, S. Fobbs, l.. Buckley
Back Row: C. Meek, B. Molin, M.
Powell, S. Brown, S. Teuiel, L. Suliill,
C. Tipps. Second Bow: D. Chandler,
D. Gifford, I. Hunt, F. Howard, B
lames, N. Howard. First Bow: N.
Myers, H. lnqram, D. England, S.
Wisernari, C. Perkins, N. Boren,
Back Bow: E. McHenry, B. Hughes
B. Lulkin, B. Ferguson, V. Nation
Second Row: L. Alsley, B. Blackwell
M. Perkins, M. Myers, N. Curtis, L
Miller, L. Hawkins. First Bow: B
Farley, B. Penn, C. Srniih, M. Miller
B. Wood, T. Crawford.
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An Enthusiasiic Crowd!
Have cr Coke?
Hot Dogs! Popcorn! Candy Bars!
LeRoy Hcxlberg, Marvin Schultz, Robert Carpenter, Walter Bczrniskis
SECOND IN CENTRAL CONFERENCE
GENE COE. Captain, Center
This year We had two new coaches
join our statt and their debut proved very
successful. Marvin Schultz, a Foitshans
qraduate, took over the job as head toot'
ball coach and Robert Carpenter became
Freshman coach. The varsity ended the
season with a tive and three record and
the Freshmen won tive, lost none, and
Mr. l-lalbera started his tourtli year as
head basketball and baseball coacli. Al
thouah the basketball team started slowly,
they gained momentum as the season
progressed. Coach I-lalberq was Very tor-
tunate in havina six ot his first nine boys
back tor another baseball season.
Mr, Barnislcis, who is known around the
school as "Barney," started his third year as
head track coach. Barney also doubles as
head line coach for the football tearn. We hope
that his team will make as qood a showing
this year as it did in '49, at which time they
Won the Central Conference and placed second
in the city rneet.
To all the coaches, the best ot luck in the
Back Row: C. Hartley. W. Wood. D. Can-aro, W. Meierhans. R. Duhs, C. Spence. G. Green.
L. Urbas, I. Skufca, T. Murray. Third Row: M. Schultz, Coach, I. Wirt, C. Hutchinson, G.
v A R SIT 'Y' McLaughlin, E. Iohnson. D. Squires. I. Croenne, F. Pettit. P. Donnelly, G. Meidel. W. Bar-
niskis, Coach. Second Row: R. South, G. Hughes, F. Richards, N. Mellon. G. Coe, F. Kincaid.
R. Capelli, R. Ellis, B. Matlock. First Row: W. Rehwald, I. Smith, H. Cox, I. Spence. B.
Miller, B. Meyers, M. Aubrey.
GEORGE HUGHES BERNARD BENNETT
MELVIN SPENCE IACK SPENCE
DON SQUIRES FRED RICHARDS BOB CAPPELLI
End Guard Tackle
FRED KIN AID
Back Row: C. Homeier, B. Iones, L. Iohnson, H. Miller, E. Bates, C. Kelley, C. Knox, B. Beard,
D. Dodd. Third Row: B. Knox. B. Moore, B. Foraker. D. Bianco. B. Tate, E. Wellington.
H. Lokatis, G. Errett. R. Carpenter, Coach. Second Row: R. Iones, A. Vollmer, W. Sprague.
I. Galloway, B. Felber, H. Morris, A. Butcher. First Row: C. Hayes, E. Groth, K. Walker,
D. Walker, R. Singleton.
HTOUCHDOWN SURE THIS
The Flyers, undefeated and tied once, again
captured the city championship. Only a tie
with Cathedral spoiled a perfect season. In o
few months, Robert Carpenter, in his first year
of coaching at Feitshans, changed a bunch
of inexperienced but willing boys into a hard-
charging, smoothly operating team that crushed
all opposition. We congratulate all the fresh-
men and wish Mr. Carpenter many successful
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Tackle Back Back Back
"PUT IT IN THE 0'
The Fiahtinq Feitshans Five, coached by
Lelztoy Halloerq, turned in a record ot i2
Wins and l5 losses at the end oi the season.
Vlfe are fortunate to have back with us next
year such outstanding players as Robinson,
tones, Daugherty, and Ushnian. Alter the
Holiday Tournament the Flyers showed qreat
improvement. Although this record doesn't
look too qood, there were many close games
which made all tans take areat interest.
After 7 straiqht wins, the Flyers inet with a
touah opponent, Clinton, to whom they lost
during an overtime. As the Reqionals got
under way, we lost a decisive overtime battle
with SHS. C42-403, who later went on to win
the Regional Tournament.
Left to Right Coach L Halberg I Locker P Robinson, I.. Evans, L. Urbas. E. Alewelt, R. Fortner,
R Ellis W Ushman I Blackwell. H. Daugherty, I. Iones.
Back Row: T. Iohnson, C. Bes
jak. F. Blahoiski. D. Dodd, D.
Andersen, E. Bates. R. David-
age. B. Carpenter tCoachl.
Front Row: I. Meidel. F. An
qeli, B. Bennett. M. Franklin
l. Galloway, R. Denning.
Mt. Pulaski ............
Mt. Pulaski .....
FLYERS SHOW LATE STRENGTH!
St. larnes .......
Mason City .............
Clinton lOVertirnel ........
Cathedral ........ ............................
Springfield lOVertimel .........
"Paul has it" "Daddy long leqs" "That's two more!"
Back Row: C. Brown, B. Iones, H. Spain, H. Miller, R. Iames, B.
Street, W. Heredith. First Row: A. Vollmer, Manager, F. O'Connor,
K. Wade, E. Van Dyke, G. Walker, D. Walker, D. Smith,
M. Schultz, Coach.
The lunior Varsity, under the tine
coaching ot Bob Carpenter, turned in
an excellent record ot l3 wins and 7
losses. They were led by some tine
boys such as Blackwell, Evans, Locker,
Pappy in the air again"
"Dcn't trip, Ronny!"
Urbas, and Blahotslci, and we will be
qlad to have them back next year. Mr.
Carpenter not only showed these boys
how to play well, but he also taught
such things as sportsmanship, good
team spirit, and most ot all how to play
The Feitshans Freshmen, coached
by Marvin Schultz, didn't play too
many games but showed tuture possif
bilities as being the upfand-comtna
team of the Flyers by l95l.
F. Geduminski. B. Owens,
N. Dietrich, G. Hughes.
D. Iannazzo. R. Grove.
"We've Got the Pep" . . .
Yea Blue! Yea White! Yea Team! Lets
tight! is one ot the yells that ring through the
rafters and shake the building at athletic events.
Our cheerleaders help build up school spirit
and bolster the morale of our athletic teams.
This year they were elected the democratic
wayeeby the vote of everyone in the school.
They have proved our good judgment by not
"What do they see'
missing a game and constantly promoting
school spirit. Few people realize how much
work there is to being a cheerleader. They
yell their lungs out at every game leading the
fans in cheers. Right now lets give a great
big cheer !Rah! Rah! Hahll tor the gals bee
hind the team-A ethe Cheerleaders!
"I'm in favor of lowering the hoop"
The amount of boys that turned out for
track this year was not as good as the pre-
vious year, but they show great possibilities.
Due to the weather conditions there has been
little practice before our regularly scheduled
'On your mark"
rneets. The failure of rnuch practice does not
seem to have handicapped the boys, as they
go right on winning. We are very fortunate
to have back with us again this year E. Iohn-
son, H. Cox, G. Hughes, I. Spence, F. Kincaid,
A. lnkster, T. Bottoms, G. McLaughlin, B. Knox,
F. Pettit, and M. Aubrey. Walter Barniskis'
excellent coaching has been proven by the
records already turned in this season. As our
book goes to press, we are looking forward
to winning the Central Conference Track Meet
again this year as we have in the past two
Back Row: L. Andruczlc, I. Powell, G. McLaughlin, I. Iones, C. Hutchinson, D. Chrans, I.. Urbas
F. Kincaid. Fitth Row: T. Bottoms, E. Iohnson, I. Paqet, I. Spence, R. Sabo. E. McNulty, A. lnkster
B. Cappelli, R. Winston, M. Aubrey. Fourth Row: Walter Barniskis, Coach: W. Wood, I. Lynard
L. White, R. Work, B. Knox, H. Sokolis, G. Ryan. Third Row: B. Tate, A. Tabom, C. Harmon. H
Dupont, I. Hayes, I. Meidel. B. Crowder, I. Angeli. Second Row: A. Butcher. I. DiBart, I. Smith
G. Hughes, F. Pettit, C. Thompson, R. Church, G. Errett. Front Row: R. Meriweather, H. Cox
R. Singleton, I. Lockhart, G. Anderson, K. Wade.
Back Row: R. Sedlack, D. Burgess, P. Robinson, F. Blahofski. R. Patterson, I. Blackwell, I. Iones.
Fourth Row: K. Carter, H. Lokaitis. D. Bianco, D. Dodd, T. Cottinqham, G. Lord, C. Murray. Third
Row: L. Halberq, Coach: E. Lamkin. I. Galloway. I. Vono, T. England. P. Lauterback. Second Row:
R Taylor, I. Locker. B. Spence, R. Ellis. L. Evans, R. Curtis. E. Groth. Front Row: O. Farris, T.
Johnson, E. Alewelt, R. Fortner, W. Ushman, B. Bennett.
The outlook on baseball looks very bright
this season. We have eight returning letterf
men. Among the veterans are P. Robinson and
B. Bennett, pitchersg W. Ushman, R. Fortner,
and F. Blahotski, outtieldersg B. Matlaclc, Catch-
erp E. Ale-welt, second base, and R, Ellis, third
base. We have cr number ot promising boys,
"Experience is the best teacher"
among them, T. lohnson, G. Lord, R. Curtis,
L. Evans, and l. Locker.
The Flyers started the season out right wit.i
a l6 to 9 triumph over Mt. Pulaski. The boys
showed oil a hard hitting and a clean fielding
outiit. Let's continue this tine spirited play
throughout the rest ot the season.
.FZHHAVING A WONDERFUL TIME" H
Strike one! Strike two! S-T-R-I-K-E Three! game. Then it you peek in the gym when the
You're out! it's not hard to guess who is umpire. Weather is had, you might see a tast-moving
Yes, you guessed it. it's Miss Daly and one ot basketball game, exciting games ot voiieybaii,
her many gym classes having a bang-up bali cagebaii, and wonderful games of badminton.
"Should be a score here" "Watch the birdie!"
Then there are the exercisesfe-oh,
my aching back! The girls don't
mind because these exercises de-
velop good posture habits, ilexibility,
and poise. An occasional day is
given over to group games and relay
races, and what is more fun than
races, especially when We imitate
monkeys, crabs, ducks, and other
members of the animal kingdom.
And whoever heard of tests in phys-
ical education, but we have them-
individual skill tests in the various
games and Written tests on rules.
But after all the lun and exercise,
its mighty nice to take a refresh-
ing shower with its accompanying
shower room pranks and community
singing. Miss Daly requires all girls
to buy gym suits. These comfortable
suits, besides giving the classes a
nice appearance, permit complete
freedom of action on the gym floor.
All in all, the gym classes at F.H.S.
are hours to which the girls look tors
Ward with pleasure.
"We want a basket!"
GOOD HEALTH MAKES ONE'S MIND MORE ALERT'
"Oh, my aching buck!!"
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GEORGE HUGHES ..........................,......... Pesident
CHARLES BEAM ...... ,..... V ice President
EGNNY ELLIS ......,...... ...,....,.... S ecrolotry
BETTY THOMPSGN ................................ Tredsurer
MR. McQUEEN ............................................ Advisor
Did you ever notice dll the sleepy
toces Ground the school on Tuesdoy
morning? Undoubtedly, they were the
loyol members ot the Student Council
who drose from their beouty sleep in
the middle ot the night in order to moke
it on tirrfe tor their weekly 8:00 dm.
The Student Council is on orggnizoe
tion to help govern the school. Though
the Council hos no executive power,
they ITICITCG mdny helpful suggestions to
Among the things dccomplished by
this yedr's Council were: sponsoring
oi mgny gfter-school gdme dcxnces, puloe
licdtion ot the student directory, pub-
lishing d school potper, the orgctnizing
ot on dlumni gssocidtion, plus giving
vdluglole did to the Feitshcrns Mens
Standing: F. Nizzio, R. Ellis, I. Richardson, P. Ray. C. Ream, M. Chapman, G. Hughes, President: Mr. McQueen, Advisor:
B Thompson. T. Humphrev, A. Inkster, D. Drury, D. Dodd, L. Faioglia, S. McFarland, N. Tostberq, B. Bennett, I.. Evans,
R Follis, L. Lutkin, D. Homer. Sitting: B. Patche, E. Cherney, O. Brown. M. Spence. D. Icmncxzzo. L. Thompson, C. Kelley.
Allied Youth is o notionol movef
ment in olcohol educotiou ond olcohols
tree recreotion. Allied Youth, lnc. is on
oroonizotion, storied in l936 in Wosli-
inqton, DC., which oroonizes, chorters,
ond serves locol AY Clubs tcolled
Posts? over oll ol the United Stotes,
l-lowoii, ond Conodo.
The Eeitshons Post wos orgonized
in November, l947. The forty members
meet twice o month for proqroms, "Swing your partner-do-ci-do-"
oomes, squore donces, porties, ond so!
ciol doncinq, hovinq o qreot deol of
lun ond, ot the some time, leorninq thot it is
not smort to drink while hiqh school students'
physicol, emotionol, ond nervous systems ore I 1
immoture. Their proqroms ore Qeored to the Presldem """""""' """ R QBLRT FORTNER
interest of teen-ooers. Vice President ........ ....... I Q ANNE STEVENS
Secretory ...... ...... N Olqlvlr'-X CANHAM
Back Row: I. DiBart, H. Icmet, G. Huqhes, V. Roth, I. Patterson, B. Pcxtche, B. Schneider, B. Drurv. Third Row: B. Dodd, D.
Dietrich, E. Kublick, B. Thompson, E. Marcy, D. Kitsch, C. Cain, C. Dentino, R. Follis. Second Row: I. Markwell, M. Dietrich,
A. Seeley, L. Adams, S. McFarland, B. Mulcor, B. Ford, W. Morris, N. Canhcrm, M. Micko. First Row: M, P6191-, B, Clark,
P. Yeumcn, A. Vollmer. Sitting: M. Chapman, B. Henson, I. Stevens, R. Fortner.
Standing: C. Hartley. E. Taylor. G. Green. H. Walker, W. Conavay, Sponsor.
Sitting: H. Sokolis, E. Antonnacci. I. Smith, A. Menu. G. Ryan.
Back Row: G. Coe. F. Giese. D. Anderson. D. Kelly. N.
The motto of the Hi-Y is to Cref
ate, maintain, and extend throuahf
out schools and communities o
hiah standard of Christian char-
acter. The boys in our charter of
the Hi-Y do their best to promote
this motto. They also do a arand
job of promoting ruqqed initia-
tions, as any new member can tel?
There are two divisions of the
club this year. The Freshman-
Sophomore qroup was organized
hy Mr. Conavay and the Iunior-
Senior qroup by Mr. Schultz.
The officers of the Freshman,
Sophomore Hi-Y for this year were:
President .............. EUGENE GREEN
Secretary ...... HOWARD WALKER
Treasurer .............. GEORGE RYAN
The officers of the IuniorfSenior
President .................. RONNY ELLIS
Vice President .... GARNALD LORD
Secretary ...... FRANK BLAHOFSKI
Treasurer .......... ALBERT INKSTER
Melton. I. Spoonamore. D. Anderson.
A. Inkster. G. Meidel. Third Row: W. Rehwald, R. Ellis. R Cappelli. I. Skuica. F. Blahoiski. G.
McLaughlin. R. Sabo, R. South. Second Row: F. Kincaid,
B. Mailack. I. Spence, W. Ushmcm. I.
Hayes. D. Mvers, T. Iohnson. M. Schultz, Sponsor. First How: A. Alewell. I. Croenne. M. Spence.
The Y-Teens is an orqaziization
which is sponsored by the Y. W.
CA. to develop Christian charf
acter for teen aqers. There are two
divisions of the Club this year.
Qne is the FI'9Sl1I'f'lGT1'SODl'1OIT1OT9,
and the other is the Iunior-Senior.
The officers of the Freshman-
Sophomore section are: Barbara
Patche, president loyce Patterson,
vice presidentg Vida Kidd, secref
taryg and Lorraine l.uflcin, treasf
tire-r. The officers of the lunior-
Senior section are: Mary Henson,
presidenty Marilyn Gibbs, vice
presidentg Rosemary Miller, secre
taryg and Rita Follis, treasurer.
This is a wonderful organization
lor all airls, Please! No boys
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Standing: S. Iones. C. Grove, D. Curry. B. Drury. M. Franklin.
Second Row: I. Richardson. I. Harlan. D. Homer, I. Patterson,
B. Pcxiche, I.. Lufkin. First Row: C. Cain, D. Kitsch, V. Kidd.
Back Row: L. Lufkin. G. Gentry, M. Zara. C. Best, R. Sorenson. E. Gramlich. I. Dver. Second Row:
R. Miller. I. Murkwell, B. Harris. M. Hcmey, B Schneider. I. Berkler, G. Dexheimer. First Row:
R. Follis. M. Henson. M. Gibbs.
2 "STRIKE UP
THE BAND" J
Perhaps you are one of the lucky people
who has a sixth period class close to the
band room. Then you have had the monot-
ony of the day relieved by the beautiful
euphony of the F.l-LS. band.
It not, you have certainly seen them
qoinq throuqh their tricky formations and
playing their hearts out at the football
games. When weather permits, they wear
out many pairs ot shoes practicing these
formations around the school.
The band also gives an annual sprinq
concert and plays at the P.T.A. ice cream
social. Through all ot these activities, they
are under the direction of Mr. Melvin Mc-
BAND WINS FIRST IN DISTRICT CONTEST
SECOND IN STATE MEET
FIRST PLACE WINNERS
I. Spence, W. Petrosky, T. Rehwaldt, R. Taylor,
H. Elliott, G. Anderson, I. Spoonamore.
Clarinet Quartet gil
Drum Major Ensemble
B FLAT CLARINETS: G. Meidel, I. Spence, I.
Stone, B. Williams, M. Decker, B. Wade,
I. Foster, B. Cook, F. Mastick, H. Curtis, C.
Cline, N. Harqis, D. Reeves, A. Buckley,
FLUTES: B. Link, S. lones, R. Faaq.
QBQES: T. Rehwaldt, B. Williams.
BASSQQN: D. Nichols.
ALTQ CLARINET: P, Casey.
BASS CLARINET: P. Smith, D. Bastin.
HQRNS: T. Cottinqham, L. Andruczk, S. Burt,
BARITQNEZ R. Curtis.
DRUM MAIQR: B. Fortner.
ALSO 11 FIRSTS, 4 SECONDS IN SOLO AND ENSEMBLE COMPETITION
PLUS 5 FIRSTS, 5 SECONDS IN STATE SOLO AND ENSEMBLE COMPETITION
SECOND PLACE WINNERS
N. Dietrich, C. Coin lDIl'lII Mojorettesl.
ClCIIlD9l QUGHGT III2 C. Cain, D. Dietrich, N. Dietrich, V. Kidd, D. Belts
MAIOBETTES: N. Dietrich, C. Colin, D. Dietrich
V. Kidd, D. Betts.
COBNETS: B. Leoch, V. Both, S. Dodd, B. Hdll
H. Morris, A. Vollmer, A. Seeley, B. Wie
TBQMBQNES: B. lohrisoh, ll. Elliott, E. Sffiier,
P. Louterbdck, W. Ellis.
BASS: B. Coppelli, B. Deovoult, D. Chrdris, l
DRUMS: C. Murroy, B. Crowder, D. Power, C
TYMPANI: B. Vfillcersoh.
ALTO SAX: Cf. Anderson, l. Spooriomore,
TENOR SAX: W. Petroslcy, B. Cdrter.
BABITONE SAX: B. Toylor, E. Gleqhorii.
A CAPPELLA CHOIR
Back Row: M. Eddington, G. Winston. E. Neuber, M. Goldsberry. I. Dodd. W. Meierhans, I. Spence. P. Robinson. G. Mc-
Laughlin, F. Pettit, C. Besiuk. R. Davidcrge. L. McFarland, L. Pearl. Third Row: P. Wood. F. Geduminski, R. Hamilton, I.
Mcrkovics, G. Bruckner, B. Bennett, I. Harlan, D. Snyder, B. Fortner, B. Drury, E. Woodrum. G. Hughes, M. Merrill. D.
Pendleton. Second Row: M. Cox. I. Mackay, L. Wax, S. Iones. B. Schneider. E. Marcy. R. South, I. Boss, D. Curry, V. Nation,
B. Owens, I. Woodson. D. Denton. First Row: B. Poole. I.. Adams, F. Pell. D. Iannazzo, B. Pctche, W. Rehwald, I. Courtney.
R. Follis, R. Bibb, M. Gibbs. N. Shelton, P. Harwood, Miss Mctluck, Director.
6 "SAY IT WITH MUSIC"
"The sopronos ore ilot or little niore on the
dlto tliot's it now louder!" shouts Miss lvlutf
lock cit the choir reheorsols third hour, ond
sopronos get on pitch, ond the olto section
swells in volume os the qroup responds to her
These ore the people who give us our tnusic
on rnony diiterent occosions. Do you renioniber
some ot the outstondinq proqroins ot the yedr,
the qroup work ond the solos such tinies ds
the Vespers, when they did their Version of
l-ldndeis "lVlessidh" with the line solo work
by Ruth Bibb, lvldry Cox, Ddrrel Denton, VVoyne
Meierhdns, Ernest Neuber, ond Glorid Wiristori.
Then thot iorindl spring concert could never
be forgotten. The choir outdid itseli ironi prof
cessionol to recessionol to help II1C1lC9 these two
ot the loveliest occosions of the ye-or.
Besides pldyinq on iniportdni port in PHS.
cittdirs, this busy group qdve vorious prouronns
tor outsiders throughout the yecir.
Back Row: M. Lock, E. Hadley,
B. Clark, I. Ragland, B. Dodd,
Pell. Front Row: M. Hoffman,
Baldock, E. Sandiqe, R. Aplin, B
Hamrick, D. Fox, S. George,
Gallagher, Miss Matlack, Direc
Yes, it's the Girls' Choir, one of the best
choral organizations in this school! What they
can do to a sonq of three part harmony with
those fifteen lovely Voices! That's right girls,
keep your pitch up and watch that hreathina,
Don't forget us! We're important too! Not
first choir, but maybe someday we'll accom-
plish that honorfeforty-three of us. We're Wait-
inq for promotion Miss Matlack! Who's next?
lis, L. Urbas, B. Powell, I
Cunningham, M. Chapman.
Back Row: P. Baldoni, I. Wil-
Blackwell, G. Green, E. Street-
er, R. Stewart, K. Schoenfeldt,
I. Vono. Third Row: I.. Evans,
H. Moats, K. England. M.
Aubrey, T. Humphrey, A.
Connor. L. White, I. White,
E. Grabner, N. Polk. M. Ram-
ey. Second Row: M. Hernan-
dez, M. Peter, G. Iackson, D.
Hehwald, I. Spencer, I. Smith,
A. Seeley, D. Dietrich, B.
Smith. Miss Matlack, Director.
Front Row: N. Cleveland, H.
Smith, B. Henson. B. Cordier.
R. Denning, M. Dietrich, W.
Back Row: M. Irwin, L. Evans, M. Micko, C. Iones, B. Newquist, B. Dodd, C. Baldock, I. Dyer. Second Row: I. Harris.
B. Thompson, B. Clark, B. Gallagher, R. Grove, P. Harwood, M. Wright. First Row: M. Myers. M. Ryan, P. Bregoury.
I. Graham, M. Powell. E. Harris.
The intramural program is sponsored by
the G.A.A. and the Department ot Physical Edu-
cation. Miss Daly, instructor and advisor, def
serves much credit tor the fine program which
was carried out this year. lt was arranged
with the hope that it would interest as many
girls as possible.
The program consisted ot sottball, baslcetf
ball, and volleyball. At the end ot the year
an award ot a letter in a particular sport is
given to the girl tor participation in a certain
number ot games.
Back Row: F. Wax. W. Rembert, M. Wilson, I. Fox, R. Sorenson, K. Best, E. Gramlich. Second Row: C. Fobbs, M. Gough,
D. Hubbs, B. Ford, E. White, B. Henson, P. Ferguson. First Row: W. Krimmel, D. Miller, E. Marcy, P.. Rhodes, L. Mayberry,
The newly formed Girls'
Club started its activities by
having a Wiener roast tor the
treshman girls. Because ot
bad Weather the Wiener roast
was held at the school, but
rain didn't dampen the spirit
ot the occasion, as a good
time was had by all. Gu
October 28 the Club had a
Halloween Dance to raise
money for the Christmas
project, which Was making
toys for the crippled children.
During the second semester
the Girls' Club sold station-
ery with the school emblem
engraved at the top.
Miss Cogswell served as
Sponsor of the Organization "Making Xmas toys for the crippled children"
oi 250 members. She de-
serves a lot ot credit tor her
splendid job. The Club is governed by iour OFFICERS
officers and a Council ot eighteen girls elected f
by each class and a Committee Chairman ap-
IO ANNE STEVENS ............... .............. P resident
pointed by the president. This Club, that has SHIRLEY IONES """""' """' V ics president
ffgervice To Qthersff Us Us motto! is Cermmly Cm PEGGY NEAL .................... .......... S ecretary
upfand-coming organization tor all girls at El-l.S. NOLA STUEELEBEAM ...... ....... T reasurer
Back Row: N. Toslberg. A. Patton. I. Grant. Second Row: P. Neal. E. Cherney. P. Bcxldoni, I. Baker. G. Dexheimer. B.
Schneider, R. Follis, W. Krimmel, B. Lcrme. First Row: B. Pctche, B. Dodd, S. Iones. N. Stutfleheum, I. Stevens. M. Powell.
Miss Coqswell, Advisor.
Be careful what you do
or say! Those super
snoopers of the Blue and
White may be snooping in
Lindo Fafoglia did a
and organizer of the Blue
and White in its first year
We hope that it continues
to dig up scandals for
many more years and be-
comes an institution at
F.H.A. is an organization of pupils studying
homemaking in junior and senior high schools.
F.H.A. believes that helping to make happy
homes is the most important thing youth can
do for democracy. Their colors are red and
white: their flower, the roseg and their motto
mighty fine job as editor In
if M, -
. In 'X ,,
Standing: I. Richardson. R. Follis, A. Inlcster. R. Johnson. I. Vidamour, B. Maxwell
P. Gates. Sitting: N. Canham, S. McFarland. M. Huffman. B. Buhrman. D. Fox G
Dexheimer, L. Fafoglia. H. Daugherty.
HOMEMAKERS OF AMERICA
is "Toward Newer Horizons." The following
chairmen were selected: Public Relations, Betty
Thompson: Prolect, loyce Patterson: Becreation,
Connie Cliney Membership, Marilyn Welker.
The officers were: President, Kathlyn Pancherp
Vice President, Frances Pell: Secretary, Eleanor
Hadley: Treasurer, lfdris Grabner.
Back Row: L. Gallagher, B. Hamrick, O. Brown, I. Richardson. M. Bly. C. Baldock. B. Gallagher, I. Chambers. Second Row
C. Cline, E. Harris, A. Seely, B. Harding. E. Hadley, E. Dyer, P. Yeaman, F. Pell. First Row: M. Ramey, E. Grabner M
Hernandez, M. Quiqby, M. Wunderlick, V. Kidd, D. Miller. D. Beard, M. Chapman, M. Welker, I. Patterson, L. Fan-qr B
The N.A.S.S. is an or-
aanization to encourage
loetter scholarship arnona
athletes. To quality tor the
oraanization, a boy inust
have won at least one
varsity letter and have a
3.5 averaqe for three conf
Standing: E. Iohnson, A. lnkster. Second Row: I.. Urbas, W. Meierhans, W. Rehwald,
F. Pettit. First Row: R. Ellis. W. Mickens.
Such remarks are coniinonly heard in our
Drainatics Cluh, which is sponsored by Miss
Yoniclf. Here we learn to portray characters,
to read and appreciate aood plays, to build
a set, which includes painting and decoratinq
it, and finally how to use rnalcefup.
"Hey, don't put that lipsticlc on me l'in a
"Bill, show Carol how to hana that door
f'But it's obvious l'rn insane so l have to
say rny line this way."
w F Grant B Cook B Hardin C Cain D Kitch I Patterson M Welker I Harlan B Patche P Baldoni B
BackRo:. .. .. q.. .. ,. .. .. .. .. ..
Hamilton. Filth Row: I. Richardson, D. Rehwald. I.. Evans, M. Stephens. M. Elmer, M. Bly. P. Kane. Fourth Row: D. Prehota.
M. Quiglev, V. Kidd, F Pell. B. Clark, C. Forth, K. Kerns, I. Stevens, M. Goldsberry. Third Row: D. Hall, D. Beard. B. Dodd.
B. Thompson, S. Micko, B. Lame, C. Myers. Second Row: C. Cline, E. Grabner. I. Ragland, W. Krimmel, D. Brockschmidt.
S. Burt, B. Henson, D. Dietrich. First Row: D. Curry. B. Thompson, H. Howes, G. Hughes, P. Harwood, M. Hoots, S. Iones,
V. Nation. B. Poole.
Back Row: A. Patton, C. Yonick, L. Faioglia. C.
Forth. First Row: C. Cothren, L. Body. I. Stevens.
"Wesn't thot ci swell ossembly we hed
todoy'?" Guess who plotniied it ot Course,
the Assembly Committee. This may sound
like or "rocking choir" position to those who
hove nothinq to do with it, but one doesnt
reolize how herd it is to plan ossemblies
thot will oppeol to ell students.
Themlas, Assembly Committee, tor the
eclueetionol, os Well os entertoininq ctsseme-
blies during '49 und 50.
HOME ROOM LEADERS
"Lets pleose Come to order," sciys the home oleservinq oi the honor bestowed upon them
room leader. The home room lenders do cr by their home room members who elected
mczrveloiis job ol conducting busiiiess cmd them.
keepinq order in the home rooms. They ore
Standing: G. Green. B. Beard. I. Croennc. Third Row- D Koehne I White L Buhrmcm F Must' k W P
. . , . . . , . IC , . etrosky, B. Kraus.
Second Row: M. Blv, C. Scott, R. Leach, S. McFarland, T. Iohnson, E. Chernev. First Row: B. Cook, C. Grove. E. Kublick,
NATIONAL :1. i
SOCIETY i I AN UARY GRADS
Standing: C. Besicxck. Sitting: M. Rhodes, B. Williams. N.
Tostberq, D. Albright, Roberta Connor Knot picturedl.
school course, and must have three semester
A's and three semester B's in a major subject.
Miss Cogswell is the sponsor of the National
Honor Society at Fl-l.S.
The National Honor Society is an organiza-
tion which stimulates interest in scholarship. In
order to be eligible for the organization, a stu-
dent rnust have a B average for his entire high
gm ,.,., i
Standing: W. Meierhans. R. Ellis, E. Johnson. F. Pettit. Second Row: I. Thomas. I. Stevens. N.
Canhum. M. Merrill. Sitting: P. Neal, N. Dietrich, B. Owens, B. Thompson.
IO ANN'E STEVENS BERTIE OWENS
D. A. R. Award Commerce Award
Mrs. Emil Lauterbach, treasurer: Mrs. Earl Crowder.
president: Mrs. Dorothy Winston. secretary.
D. A. R. AWARD
The DAB. presents a
Good Citizenship Award
annually to one girl in
every high school graduae
tion class in the United
States. The girls are chosen
by faculty members on the
basis of citizenship quali-
ties. The winners receive a
certiticate and a pin. State
winners, chosen by lottery,
are given a trip to Vifashf
ingion, D. C.
Every year, a tive dollar
award is given by the
Springfield Chamber oi
Commerce to the graduat-
ing senior having the high-
est scholastic standing in
the commercial department.
P. T. A.
Here is an organization in which our
parents can express themselves. We should
all urge our parents to join the P.T,A. This
years' otticers include: Mrs. Earl Crowder,
president: Mrs. Iohn Trautmann, tirst vice
president: Mr. Clarence Butt, second vice
president, Mrs. Dorothy Winston, secretary:
and Mrs. Emil Lauterbach, treasurer.
FEITSHANS MEN'S CLUB
Although very little has been said
around school of the Men's Club, this fine
association should be given mention.
Whether We students know it or not, they
have done quite a bit to promote the interf
esis and Weltare of Feitshans High.
The otticers ot the Worthy organization
are Clarence Spence, president, Walter
Eddington, vice-president, Clyde McQueen,
recording secretary, and Ed Coltinbarger,
Are you hungry? Well, it's almost
ll:3O and that means "chow." These
healthy-looking people are the ones
who help serve the food that tastes so
aood to us. Let's keep up the fine work
and keep the line movinq.
G. Dreelan, E. Terry. H. Graham,
H. Morris. E. Lehner.
Back Row: L. Evans, P. Ray, P. Vet-
ter. H. Hawes, B. Thompson, D.
Rehwald. Front Row: W. Sprague.
W. Krimmel. E. McNulty.
The main cry of the students at
Feitshans is "A little more potatoes,
Bertha." These are the ladies to whom
we wish to express our thanks for pree
parinq our appetizinq lunches which
are served from ll:3O till l2:OO in the
S. Franz, R. Lynch. C. Krug, B. Miller.
R. Devlin. Director.
Ever wonder how the louildina
and arounds oi F.l-l.S. are kept so
clean? Our thanks should ao to
Mr. tBuzzl Green and his stait tor
this qood deed. Lets take our hats
oft to these people who do so
much for our school. They are: I.
Green, M. Brumtield, l. Wolf, W.
Williams, W. Delirates.
Connie, niother ..,......... Betty I. Laine
Ralph, father ................ Kenneth Kern
April, oldest daughter ..,.................
May, next in line ............................
lune, the third ..,. Beverly Thompson
W ?r""'t Taris, the fourth .......... Shirley Miclco
Leona, the youngest ..........,.............
Granny, Ralph's mother ....,...........
Etta, Ralph's sister ............,.............
Donald Regan, suitor .... Clyde Forth
"A happy family"
"HE COULDN'T MARRY FIVE"
"Lust-minute instructions" "Ain'l love blind"
"Pretty legs" "The well girl" "Papa and grandma"
Donald Regan is the only son ot a Wealthy
businessman who has just recuperated from a
nervous breakdown, brouqht on by an over
indulgence in sports. l-lis tather wants him to
ao to a small town and rest while tryina to
decide what he would like to do in lite. So an
important member ot Mr. liteqan's tirm, Ralph
Barton, who is about to be promoted to a part-
"She fell for him!"
nership, talcos Donald lionie with him, where
Donald meets Mr. Barton's tive oliaible daufgh-
ters and proceeds to tall lor tirst one and then
another until he is courtina all live. Complica-
tions arise and things become quite involved
throughout the play, lout Donald wins the one
girl tor him Tarisl
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Miss Donna Janna
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Pictures of these Seniors will appear on pages indicated by numbers opposite names.
ALBRIGHT, DOROTHY-23, 73
G.A.A. 1, 23 Second A Cappella 2, 33 Usherettes 33 Na-
tional Honor Society 4.
BESJAK, CHARLES-22, 51, 66, 73 I
A Cappella Choir 3, 43 National Honor Society 4.
CHAMBERS, RITA-10, 11, 23
Allied Youth 23 G.A.A. 1, 2, 3, 43 Girls' Choir 23 Girls'
Club 43 Latin Club 23 Student Council 13 Yearbook Staff
43 Y-Teens 3.
COE, GENE-23, 43, 46, 47, 62, 79
Basketball Manager 33 Football 1, 2, 3, 43 Hi-Y 1, 23
Track l, 2, 3, 43 Varsity Club 2, 3, 4.
National Honor Society 4.
COPP, PATSY-23, 79, 82
A Cappella Choir 33 G.A.A. 33 Prom Committee 43
Student Council 1, 23 Yearbook Staff 1.
COX. MARY--23, 31
A Cappella Choir 3. 43 G.A.A. 23 Girls' Club 43 Second
A Cappella 2.
CROENNE, JOHN-22, 43, 47, 49. 62. 72, 79
A Cappella Choir 43 Allied Youth 2, 3: Basketball 2, 33
Football 1, 2, 3, 43 Homeroom Leader 3, 43 Hi-Y 3, 43
Prom Committee 43 Track 1, 2, 33 Varsity Club 3, 4.
Girls' Club 43 Homeroom Leader 1.
DRAPER, HARRY-23, 31
FANCHER, KATHLYN-23, 79
Future I-Iomemakers of America 43 G.A.A. 23 Girls'
Club 43 Homeroom Leader 1, 23 Prom Committee 43
Student Council 1.
FELBER, ANNA MARIE'-24, 79, 82
Girls' Club 4.
GROVE, DEAN -24
HODGEN, BOB-10. 24
Band 1, 2. 3, 43 Yearbook Staff 4.
Football 3, 43 Track 3, 4.
JANNAZZO, DONNA-10. 11. 24. 31, 60, 66, 79, 82
A Cappella Choir 2, 3, 43 Cheerleader 2, 3, 43 G.A.A. 2,
3, 43 Girls' Club 43 Girls' Ensemble 33 Student Council
3, 43 Yearbook Staff 3, 4.
Girls' Club 43 Office Assistant 2, 3.
MELTON, NORVAL-24. 43. 47. 49, 62
Basketball 1, 2, 3, 43 Football 1, 2, 3, 43 Hi-Y 3, 43 Track
1, 2, 3, 43 Varsity Club 2, 3, 4.
MICKENS, WAYMAN-24. 71
Band 2, 3, 43 Latin Club 23 National Athletic Society 43
Track 3, 4.
MILLER, BILL-22, 24, 47
Football 3, 43 Senior Class Vice President3 Student
Council 23 Track 3, 4.
MOATS, JUDY-24, 31, 79
MYERS, CAROLYN-24, 71
Dramatics Club 43 G.A.A, 33 Girls' Choir 2, 33 Girls'
Club 43 Usherettes 3.
PELL, FRANCES-10. 11. 24, 66, 70
A Cappella Choir 43 Allied Youth 23 Future Homemak-
ers of America 43 Girls' Choir 23 Girls' Club 43 Second
A Cappella 33 Yearbook Staff 4.
BEAM, CHARLES-25. 60
RHOADES, MARGARET--25, 73
Allied Youth 33 National Honor Society 4.
SQUIRES, DON-22, 25, 31. 43, 47, 48
Baseball 3, 43 Football 1, 2, 3. 43 Hi-Y 3, 43 Track 2.
Allied Youth 33 Amateur Show 43 Band 2. 3, 4.
Allied Youth 13 Dramatics Club 43 Girls' Choir 2, 33
Girls' Club 4.
TALLY, ARLENE--25. 79
G.A.A. 1, 2, 3, 43 Girls' Club 43 Prom Committee 43 Stu-
dent Council 23 Y-Teens 2.
TOSTBI-IRG, NANCY-11, 25, 60, 69, '13
Band 1, 2, 33 G.A.A. 1, 2, 33 Girls' Club 43 Girls' Council
43 National Honor Society 43 Prom Committee 43 Stu-
dent Council 4.
VIDAMOUR, JIM-25, 70
WILLIAMS. BARBARAA25. 31. 73
A Cappella Choir 2, 3, 43 Future Teachers of America
43 Girls' Choir 23 National Honor Society 43 Student
Council 13 Usherettes 33 Yearbook Staff 4.
WOODSON. JULIET-25, 66
A Cappella Choir 3, 43 Future Teachers of America 43
gH.Afi-A413 Girls' Club 43 Prom Committee 43 Yearbook
ALEWELT, EDWARD-26. 50. 55, 61, 62
Eeaorad ghciir 23 Hi-Y 43 Intramural Basketball 23 Base-
a , , .
A Cappella 43 Girls' Choir 43 G.A.A. 3.
ANDERSON, DON-26, 51, 62
gli-Y 43 Basketball 3, 43 Track 33 Intramural Basketball
Band 1, 2.
BIBB, RUTH-11, 26, 66
A Cappella 2, 3, 43 Y-Teens 3, 43 Allied Youth 33 Log
Staff 43 G.A.A, 1, 23 Student Council 43 Girls' Choir 4,
BOSS, JOAN-26, 66
A Cappella 43 Y-Teens 43 Spanish Club 1, 2.
BU!-IRMAN, BILLQI1. 22, 26, 70
President of Senior CISSSI Log Staff 43 A Cappella 33
Intramural Basketball 3.
Home Room Leader 23 G.A.A. lj Spanish Club 2.
CAN!-IAM, NORMA-ll, 26, 61, 70, 73
Band 2, 33 Allied Youth 2, 3, 43 G.A.A. 33 Usherettes 33
Log Staff 43 Girls' Club 43 Latin Club 23 Blue 81 White
itaff 443 National Honor Society: Future Teachers of
CAPPELLI, BOB-26. 43, 47, 48, 62, 64
Football 3, 43 Band 1, 2, 3, 43 Track 3, 43 Hi-Y 4.
A Cappella 2, 33 Student Council.
COTTINGHAM, TIMOTHY-27, 65
Band 33 Basketball 13 Track 13 Intramural Basketball.
COX, HAROLD-27. 43. 47, 54
Football 1, 2, 3, 43 Track 1, 2, 3, 43 Basketball 1, 23
Varsity Club 1, 2. 3, 43 Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4.
Second Choir 2.
DAVIDAGE, DICK-27, 51
A Cappella 2, 3. 43 Basketball 3, 43 Football 1.
Band 1, 2, 3, 4.
A Cappella 2, 3, 43 Home Room Leader 23 Football 1.
DIETRICH, MARY SUE--27
Secpnd Choir3 Allied Youth.
DIETRICH. NANCY-10, 11, 22. 27. 65, 73, 81
Majprette 3, 43 Cheerleader 43 Log Staff 3, 43 Allied
You h 3, 43 Second Choir 23 Girls' Choir3 Spanish Club
l, 23 Log Queen 43 National Honor Society.
Pictures ol those Seniors will appear on pages indicated by numbers opposite names.
DONNELLY, KENNETH-27. 47 I
Football 1, 2, 3, 4: Track 1, 2, 3: Hi-Y 3: Varsity Club
2, 3, .
ELLIS, RONNY-11. 27. 43. 47. 49. 50, 55. 60. 62, 71, 73
Football 1, 2, 3, 4: Track 1, 2: Second Choir 2: Basket-
ball 1, 2, 3, 4: Baseball 3, 4: Log Staff 4: I-11-Y 3, 4: Stu-
dent Council 2, 4: Varsity Club 2, 3, 4: National Athletic
Society: Student Advisor: National Honor Society.
Band 1: Y-Teens 1: F.H.A. 1.
FORTNER, BOB-ll, 27. 50, 55, 61. 64, 65, 66 h
Student Council 1: Allied Youth 3, 4: Varsity Club 3, 4:
Hi-Y 3, 4: Log Staff 4: Second Choir 1: Baseball 3, 4:
Basketball 2, 3, 4: A Cappella 2, 3, 4: Track 1: Assembly
Committee: Band 3, 4: Football 81 Basketball Mgr,
GEDAMINSKI, FLORENCE-11, 27, 59, 66
Cheerleader 3, 4: Y-Teens 3, 4: A Cappella 3, 4: G.A.A.
1, 2, 3: Student Council 2: Girls' Club 4: Log Staff 4:
Second Choir 2: Candy Store 4: Office Assistant 2, 3, 4.
GIBBS. MARILYN-27, 63, 66, 82 h
A Cappella 2, 3, 4: Y-Teens 3, 4: G.A.A. 1: Girls' Club
4: Second Choir 2.
GIESE. I-'HANK-28, 62
Football l: Hi-Y: Track 1, 2: Basketball 1.
GRAMLICH, EDNA-28, 63, 68
G.A.A. 1, 2, 4: Y-Teens 4: Girls' Club 4.
GRAMLICH, FLORENCE-28, 82
G.A.A. 1, 2: Y-Teens: Girls' Club 4.
G.A.A. 2, 31 Girls' Club 4.
HENSON, MARY--28. 63
Y-Teens 3, 4: Girls' Club 4: G.A.A. 2, 3, 4: Allied Youth
3: Office Assistant 3, 4.
G.A.A. 3: Girls' Club 4: Y-Teens 4.
HOOTS. MARY MABLE-28. 71
G.A.A. 2: Dramatics Club 4: Dance Club 2: F.H.A. 1,
G.A.A. 2, 3: Dramatics Club 4.
Football 1: Football Manager 2, 3, 4.
IRWIN. MELBA-28. 68
G.A.A. 1, 2. 3, 4: F.H.A. 4: Girls' Club 2: Spanish Club
1: Second Choir 3.
JOHNSON. ERROLMII, 28. 47, 54, 71, 73
Varsity Club 2, 3, 4: Band 1, 2: National Athletic So-
ciety 3: Track 1, 2, 3: Football 3: Log Staff 4: National
KERN, KENNETH-29. 71. 76. 77
Dramatics Club 4: Junior Class Play 4.
KINCAID, FRED-43. 47, 48. 54. 62
A Cappella 1, 2: Football 1, 2, 3, 4: Track 1, 2, 3, 4:
Intramural Basketball: Basketball 2: Hi-Y 4: Home
Room Leader 3.
LORD, GARNALD-29, 55
MARKWELL. JANE-22, 29. 61, 63
MATLACK, BILL-10, ll, 29, 43. 49, 62
Football 1, 2, 3, 4: Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4: Baseball 3, 4:
Track 1, 2: Hi-Y 3, 4: Allied Youth 3: Log Staff 4: A
Cappella 2, 3: Intramural Basketball 2: Varsity Club 2,
3, 4: Student Council 3.
MAYBERRY. LOIS JEAN-29
G.A.A. 3, 4: Nursing Club 1: Girls' Club 4: Chorus 1.
MEIERHANS. WAYNE-29. 47. 66. 73
Home Room Leader 2: Football 1, 2, 3, 4: A Cappella
2, 3, 4: National Honorship Soc. 4: Varsity Club 4.
MERRILL, MARCELLA-10. 11, 29. 66. -73
G.A.A. 1, 2, 3, 4: Student Council 3: A Cappella 3, 4:
Second Choir 2: Girls' Choir 2: Log Staff 4: Girls' Club
4: National Honor Society.
HAVE. LUCILLE-29 ' l
Girls' Choir 2: Usherettes 3: Allied Youth 2, 3: Office
NEAL. PEGGY--10, 29, 69, 78
Student Council 2: Y-Teens 2: Girls' Club 3: Assembly
Committee 2: Yearbook Staff 3: National Honor Society.
NEWQUIST, BERNADINE-29, 68
G.A.A.: Girls' Choir.
OWENS, BERTIE-10, ll, 29, 66, 73, 74
Cheerleader 3, 4: A Cappella 3, 4: G.A.A. 1: Usherettes 3:
Second Choir 2: Office Assistant 2: Yearbook Editor 4:
National Honor Society.
PETTIT. FLOYD--29, 47, 54, 66, 71, 73
Track 1, 2, 3: Football 2, 3, 4: Second Choir 2: A Cap-
pella 3, 4: Spanish Club 1, 2: Varsity Club 2, 3, 4:
National Athletic Society 2, 3, 4: Home Room Leader 3:
National Honor Society.
G.A.A. 1, 2.
Band 1: Choir 1: Football 1: Home Room Leader 3:
HEEVES. DONNA-30. 64
Band 1. 2, 3, 4: Allied Youth 2, 3, 4: Student Council 2:
Home Room Leader 2: G.A.A. 1, 2, 3: Usherettes 3: Dra-
matics Club 4: F.H.A. 4: Girls' Club 4.
Band 1, 2, 3, 4.
REHWALD, WILBERT-30, 47, 61, 62, 66, 71
Second Choir 2: Football 3, 4: Varsity Club 4: Hi-Y 3,
4: A Cappella 3, 4: Student Council 3: Spanish Club 2.
RICHARDS. FRED-43, 47, 48
RYDER, MARLENE-10. 30
Girls' .Club 4: Spanish Club: Junior Senior Banquet
Committee: Yearbook Staff 4: Y-Teens: G.A.A.
SCHNEIDER, BARBARA-10, 11, 30, 61, 63, 66, 69
G.A.A. 1, 2, 3. 4: Girls' Club 4: Usherettes 3: Girls' Choir
2: A Cappella 3, 4: Second Choir 2: Allied Youth 2, 3,
4: Yearbook Staff 3, 4: Teachers' Assistant 4.
SHELTON, NOBMA-30, 66
G.A.A. 1, 2. 3, 4: Second Choir 2: Teachers' Assistant 4:
Spanish Club 2: Girls' Choir 2: A Cappella 3, 4: Girls'
Club 4: Y-Teens 2, 3, 4.
SNYDER. DICK-30. 66
A Cappella 1, 2, 3, 4.
SORENSON. ROBENETTE-30, 63, 68
Allied Youth 3: Y-Teens 4: G.A.A. 1, 4: Girls' Club 4:
Girls' Choir 4.
SPENCE, JACK-22, 30, 43, 47, 48, 54, 62, 65, 66
Band 1, 2, 3, 4: Track 3, 4: Football 3, 4.
STEVENS, JO ANNE-10, 11, 22, 30, 61, 69, 71, 72, 73, 74
Student Council 2: Home Room Leader 3: Blue 8: White
Staff 4: D.A.R. Award 4: Future Teachers of America
4: G.A.A. 3: Girls' Club 4: Allied Youth 2, 3, 4: Log Staff
2, 3, 4: Assembly Committee 4: Dramatic Club 4: Span-
1sh'Club 2: Jr.. Sr. Banquet Committee 4: Senior Class
Officer 4: National Honor Society.
STUFFLEBEAM. NOLA-10, 30, 69
Student Council 3: G.A.A. 1, 2, 3: A Cappella 3: Usher-
gtltles 35 Allied Youth: Log Staff 4: Girls' Club 4: Girls'
TAYLOR, ROBERT-30, 55. 65
Band 1, 2, 3, 4: Baseball 4.
Track 1, 2: Choir 1, 2.
THOMAS, JOANNE-31, 73
Y-Teens 1, 2, 3: National Honor Society.
THOMPSON, BETTY-11, 31, 60, 70, 71, 73
Dramatics Club 4: Student Council 4: F.H.A. 4: Log
Staff 4: National Honor Society.
Y-Teens: Girls' Club 1: G.A.A. 2.
Spanish Club 1.
WINSTON, GLORIA-31. 66
G.A.A. 1, 2, 3: Y-Teens 1, 2, 3: A Cappella 3.
ZAHA. MARY-31. 63. 82
Y-Teens 4: Band 1, 2, 3.
The Log Staff wishes to acknowledge the generous support of the following firms and individuals
who have helped to sponsor the 1950 Log:
Arch Wilson Inc.
Allis-Chalmers Mfg. Co.
Amrhein's Bakery Inc.
Armbruster Mfg. Co.
Abraham Lincoln Hotel
Art's Shoe Repair Shop
Ackerman Music Co.
A. Dirksen G Sons
Ace Sign Co.
Brown's Business College
BEST WISHES FROM
GEORGE A. MUELLER G CO.
Brunk ci Sapp
BEST WISHES FROM
BURTON M. REID SONS INC.
Brown's Food Market
Bud 6: Helen's Floral Shop
Bachman G Kumle, Prescription
Bridge Iewelry Co. Inc.
Broadwells Drug Store
Barlow Iewelry Store
COE'S BOOK STORE
I. GLENN McFARLAND, PRES.
Collins 6. Company Iewelers
Compliments of Capital City Paper Co.
Compliments of a Friend
Campbell Candy Co. Inc.
Carl F. Schnirring Grocery
Central Iron 61 Metal Co.
Central Illinois Light Co.
CITY WATER, LIGHT G POWER
Commissioner George W. Doyle
Community Service Bakery
Diss Texaco Service Station
Der-:heimer's Grocery cSf Lunch
Dunbar Service Stations -66 By Pass
Dwight O'Keefe 6. Co.
Diana Sweet Shop
Durham Electric Co.
Economy Shoe Shop
E. V. GROVE ci SON, MASON CONTRACTOR
Everley Drug Store
FRANKLIN LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY
DISTINGUISHED SERVICE SINCE 1884
Frisina Amusement Co.
Feitshans High School Cafeteria
Fishman's Sporting Goods
Flowers by Mary Lou
Frank "Hoke" Lock
Factory Outlet Shoe Store
Goody-Goody Drive In
Graham's Allen St. Pharmacy
HENRY NELCH QS SON CO.
READY MIXED CONCRETE
Herter's Drug Store
Henson Robinson Co.
Harry E. Stout Iewelers
I. D. "Ike" Follis, Insurance Agent
Illinois State Iournal 6. Register
Ideal Drug Stores
Illinois Business College
Illinois National Casualty Co.
Iames M. Walsh, County Treasurer
lonny's Rexall Drugs Inc.
Knox Plumbing 6: Heating Co.
EVERY GARMENT CUSTOM FINISHED
L CS L Sales Inc.
Leland Hotel' --"Famous for Friendlinessu
Lenz Eye Service Majestic Shoppe
Mrs. Humphrey's Market
Mayor Harry A. Eielson
McCoy Hardware Co.
Melody Lane Record Shop
MONTGOMERY 'WARD ci CO.
Modern Business Machines Co.
Morgan Paint Co.
lvlel-O-Cream Donut Co.
Minit-Man Car Wash
Neumode Hosiery Store
Office of Public Instruction
Plain's Food Service
Producers Dairy Co.
Pfile's Camera Shop
Parkview Roller Rink Inc.
ROSELAWN MEMORIAL PARK
THE CEMETERY BEAUTIFUL
Riggs Printing House
Ralph E. Iones, Contractor
Springfield Coca Cola Bottling Co.
Schmidt Bros,-feSheet Metal ci Hardware
SOUTHTOWN RADIO 61 ELECTRIC CO
HOTPOINT APPLIANCES A -ELECTRIC CO
CONTRACTING - RADIO SERVICE
Sullivan's Barber Shop
Sweet ci Canterbury Seed Co.
Schlitt Hardware Co.
Sangamon Dairy Products
Swinney Service Station
Springfield Dry Goods Store
S. A. Barker Co.
S 6 L Department Store
Sears Roebuck CS. Co.
Stollies Meat Market
Springfield Transportation Co.
Sagie Motor Sales
SPRINGFIELD MARINE BANK
The Baker Mfg. Co.
The Cozy Dog--eHot Dog on a Stick
THE CAMERA SHOP
TYPEWRITER SERVICE CO.
The Georgian Restaurant
The Californiane--Super Market
The Illinois National Bank of Springfield
The Iohn Bressmer Co.
The Music Shop
The LaRose Shoppe
The First National Bank of Springfield
WATT BROS. PHARMACY
Ware Oil Co.- -18th CS Cook
'Winch Floral Shop
White Loan Co,
W. H. Roland
VV. R. Curtis Ieweler
Walsh Super Service
PlattereRecords eRadio Phonographs
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