Abraham Lincoln Junior High School - Annual Yearbook (Rockford, IL)
- Class of 1951
Page 1 of 156
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Text from Pages 1 - 156 of the 1951 volume:
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the red Apple for our favorite teacher,
all those Books that we lug to and fro,
for the Class where we give correct answers,
in Dramatics, we're the hit of the show.
is for English with floor talks and themes,
is the Fun that we have in between,
stands for Grades, sometimes good, sometimes
for Homeroom, a remarkable spot.
is the Ignorance we're trying to banish,
Junior Red Cross sends boxes well-packed,
for the Knowledge we try to encourage,
Lincoln Log for late stories and facts.
is for Math where we're all slaves to numbers,
is for Notebook, is yours messy or neat?
is the Urchestraw-follow the leader,
for the Pep Club-our teams can't be beat.
ugh! those Quarterlies show up our weakness,
Record platters make juke boxes hop,
Student Council has one from each homeroom,
TraHic Club, and those excellent cops.
classy Uniforms worn by the band,
long Vacations, our days are all planned,
is for XVelsh, who's the boss of the show,
marks the spot where we fell in the snow.
for Y-Teens and those Friday night brawls,
Zero hours, if you run in the halls,
The Abeis Album staff hopes you'll often be thinl in
Of these ABCE which you'll find here at Lincoln
Glimpses of Everyday Happenings
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Upper left: Marshall, Coppoletti, J. Johnson, N. Carlson,
Clark, Erickson make good use of the hair blower in the
gym locker room.
l'ppc1' right: -Ronnie Adams. VValter Bunk "Fill up" for a
flay's tussle with notchouk, theme, or test. John Frcclrcrg
digs for his notebook.
Center loft: Jeanette Maxwell, Ronnie Moline seem amazed
at the nmnher and thc variety of articles lost anrl unclaimed
by Lincoln students. Scarves, mittens and caps seem to pre-
rlfmiinate in the collection with an occasinnal earmuff or key
Center right: Hottie Troup helps Nancy Eychancr gather
up the msidss of her notebook, spilled on the stairs.
.Lower: Randy Carlson! drags oat reference books, dic-
tionaries,-anrl encyclppeclias as he xndulges in favorite stu-
dent pastime: crznnnnng, Exam tomorrow?
fum Qme emi . . .
who has cheerfully and with wlioleliemtecliiess given
of her talents to two generzttionss of Lincoln pupils,
who, this year, is retiring, after 46M years of teach-
we, the staff, ahfectionutely dedicate the 1951 Alme's
L fe por S Index
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Lincoln Rolls Out Its Welcome Mat
On September 7, all pupils who were entering Lincoln for
the iirst time gathered in the auditorium to receive their first-
day instructions. Mr. VVelsh spoke to the group, explaining
various rules and regulations.
YVide-eyed and slightly Worried, new pu
During the first homeroom meeting, program eards were
handed out to the pupils, and they learned what suhjeets they
would he taking at Lincoln. Mrs. Angus is clarifying the luneh-
hour problem for Beverly Alsbury, Dave Swanson, ,lack Ep-
Following the general meeting, homeroom assignments were
read by Mr. VVelsh and pupils met their new homeroom teachers.
Here Miss Condon is escorting the 9-226 group to the room
which will be their home during their stay in Lincoln.
pils pay close attention to Mr. XVelsh's words of
VVith program cards in hand, the pupils set out to explore the
halls and start their Search for certain rooms. Mr. Nelson is
pointing the way for his seventh graders, Roscoe Vance,
Phyllis Mark, Anne Kapellas.
for Favorite Candidates
Upper: Sandy Elstad was chairman of the
Center left: Proudly wearing candidate rib-
bons are fbackj Rne, Zordan, Loy, Olson, P.
Larsong fmiddlej Anderson, Rathke, Johnson,
Szenner, Laude, ffrontj Troup, Patterson, J.
Larson, Manning, Olson.
Center right: Campaigning was in charge of
Managers Cbaekl Allen, Denny, Pellant, Hos-
feld, Johnson, fniiddlel Cupotelli, Elxnquist,
llouy, Peterson, Friendg ffrontl Vllalant, Lind-
vahl, Powers, Eychaner, Pierce,
- Nancy Eychaner arranges poster for her candidate while Gary Jensen and Jim Castle looks over the campaign literature as Warren
Elaine Peterson lend an assist to John Clausen, on ladder.
The election of ninth grade class officers is one of the big
events of the year. Candidates were suggested by homerooms,
and the final slate of names was selected by the ninth grade
Representative Council. Each candidate appointed his own cam-
paign manager who was responsible for making signs and pre-
paring a speech. The speeches were presented in a special
campaign assembly during which all Candidates were introduced
Robertson samples the free water furnished by some of the
to the student body. Campaign slogans and posters appeared in
the halls and were carried or worn by loyal supporters of the
various nominees. On election day, free water was available at
every drinking fountain, and, in the cafeteria, free paper napkins
were distributed through the courtesy of the wide-awake candi-
dates seeking votes.
for the Failure slips with which they are generous
their Assignments really wear out our brains.
for the Colleges where they took their training,
the Umbrellas they tote when it rains.
all the Lessons they give us for homework,
then the Tests to find out what we say.
for the Yacht that they dream of possessing,
but never can buy on a school teacher's pay.
Board of Education
Standing: Mr. Cliarlcs H, Davis, School Attorney, Mr. Arthur VV. Lunrlalll, Director of Business AlTairs:
Mr. B. l-loward Obcrg, Mr, Ralph li, Thomas, Mr. John J. Barelli, Mr. Lawrence A. johnson, Mr. Tlioxnas
Seated: Mr. Alvin R. Kjell, Mrs. Murrell G. Englund, Secretary, Mr. Loren L. Xlfliiiteliearl: l're-siclent,
Mrs, Marion L. Bates, Mr. VV. Ray Mclntosh, Superintendent of bclwolsg Miss Vera ln. VVallxng, Admin-
The city of Rockford, this year, welcomed a new superintendent of schools, Mr.
VV. Ray Mclntosh. Mr. lllclntosh brings to his new position a splendid educational
background and a keen interest in good school-community spirit. Under his leader-
ship, our schools look forward to a program of educational growth and progress.
Members of the Board of Education are mtrusted with the responsibility of manag-
ing our schools. Two senior high, three junior high, and Z0 elementary schools
come under their supervision. The members of this group, appointed by the mayor,
are assigned to one of three standing committees. The Educational Committee hires
teachers and other school employees, and helps determine the educational policies
of the school system. Money matters, including purchase of supplies and preparation
of the annual budget, are handled by the Finance and Purchasing Committee. The
Buildings and Grounds Committee takes charge of construction of new school units,
repair of older buildings, and maintenance of school yards and playgrounds. The
Summerdalc School is this ycar's addition to the city school system.
Mrs. Marion L. Bates, Cliaimzazz
Ralph E. Thomas B. Howard Oberg
Finance and Purchasing
S. Peter likstrom, Cliairinaiz
Alvin R. Kjell Mrs. lllurrell G. lillfflllllfl
Alohn gl. Barelli
Buildings and Grounds Committee
Lawrence A. -johnson, Cliairman
Thomas L. Nolan
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JAMES XV. XVELSH, MA.
Principal of Alb1'alza11'z Lincoln
Junior High Srhool
flsxisfanl I'r141zcipal of Abraham L1'11col11
funior High School
Sarah M. Burr, MA. Olive Ballard Loretto Condon, BS. jean Geddes, BA. :Xnnctta C lbSO11 M A
7-102 7-213 9-226 9-225 8 224
Miriam Nyman, 15.5.
Arthur Sadtler, B.S.
Florence Brouse, A.B.
Girls' Athletic Club
Edna Olandcr, BA.
Stella Calacci, BS.
M inette Rudolph
Vito Lopin, M.A.
Sandal 5 '
Benson, MA. Lucille Beutel, MA. Grace Ellis, PILB. Sally Garde
Marian Peters, MA. john
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Charles Green, HS. Stanley Gritzbaugh, MA. Marguerite Quinn, BE. Vivian Swanson, BA.
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Edna Johnson, B.S.E. Rosemary Krieguer, B.S. Alice Olancler, BS, Mclba Pruitt, B.S.
Junivrf Rnd Cross 9-311 8-313
Paul Julmnson, MA.
Margaret Connell, M.S. Lester Lausclm, AB.
Class f1tl'I'lSC'J' ' 9-114 9-119
Gordon Bdeschel, M.M.
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Deane Martell, HS.
Y BMA- Ralph Hall, BLM.
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Mary Andrew, ILA. Dorothy Cockflcld. BS. Kathryn Machek, BS.
Paul Nelson, B. S.
Ronald Nelson, B.M
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Roy Fowler, M.A. lrvin Carney, M.A. Elton Ginn, B,S. Fred ,l0l'll'lS011, BA.
Traffic Club 7-221 9-220 9-117
Ulm Rqglcniusv M.A. Chester Johnson, AB, Mary l-HY1gl0iS, M-A-
I.im'uIn Loy 9-305 3-316
N. Robert Nelson, B.E.
Helen Peterson, B.A.
I'uIrIimtion Plmtographer 8-302
Claude Middleton, BE.
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Ruth Martin, M.A.
David Baron, M.A.
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Helen Gibbons, MA.
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Maxine Smifh' BA' Josephine O'Dunncll, BA.
9-214 .flI1r'.9 Allman
Nellie Hanstrom, Stanley Nelson, BE, Marion Seal Gertrude Virgin
R.N., BS, Cumzsflm' LiIM'ariiv1 Dmf 219
Margaret Harris Lorna Swanson Ioan Tlieden
Clerk Bookkeeper CIc1'k-Typist
There-is Variet in Before-School, After-School ctivities
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Mr. Fowler, Mr. Vziiaiiey, Miss Peters, Miss Swanson join Miss Burr,
Miss Gilmsnn at l'ln'istmas tea table, that-kgrnnntlp Miss Ballarrl,
Social scitfuct- alt-partnicut at tea: Mr. Gritzhaugli, Miss Ellis. Mr.
Green, Miss Quinn, Miss Peters, Miss Swanson, Miss llarrlc. Miss
- Fowler, Ginn, farncy, Mirlilletnn. Julinsmi at shop rlcnzirtmcnt ment-
Chatting at linlitlay tea: Mrs. Harris. Mr. XVattnn, Miss Cockiielml.
Lunn, Peterson, Retlcnius, johnson, Martin, Middleton watch Burch-
liclcl open gift from math department,
8:00 AAI. meeting of English rlepartment tl.-r.D Burr, Gibson. Olantlcr,
Hallarrl, O'lJonne-ll, Rutlolpli, GL-tltles, l'untlun. Nyxnan. llilancl.
At slmwcr tea faculty incinluers present mirror to Miss Bnrclilielrl:
fnckliclcl, Blacllck, Gibbons, Beutel. Brnnscg Micltllctrmn, Garde, Pat-
Seal, O'D0nnell, Kriegucr, Jackson. Lunn, Burchlield at Valentine tea,
Ninth Grade Class Officers
Rae Ann Patterson jack Loy
Sofia! C110f7'HI!17If Tn'asm'cr'
Dick Olson Svcrftary
V160-President Janet Larson
is for Sweaters, and Scarves, and glow Socks
for bow Ties, 01' the Tennessee VValtz,
Ukeleles, or ol! Uncle Sam,
Dates and Dances with Donna or Dan.
for the Eats - VV'hat's a party without 'e1n?
secret Notes that we passed ,cross the aisle,
are the Tickets for games, plays, and movies,
Saddle shoes that are always in style.
Abe's Alloum, Assemblies, Art, Auto Shop, Acls
Jimmy Abbott 220 K A E
Donna Adams 320 7 0? ' 41 b
Ronald Adams 214 5 . K ,, f' if A' W
Carole Aclolphson 520 9 ' , W l ' J .1 - A . g
VVilliam Ainsworth 318 in my A
Janet Akins 210 2 A ' I
Allen Albers 109 , 1
Fred Albrechtsen 109 J ' I A
soma Alfleen 225 A y
Patsy Alex 305 i f ' 'K Q
David Alexander 114 1,5 A ,ht m 'f I l
Carolyn Allen 214 ' in A
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Donald Allen 119 J K ,LM K '
Nancy Allison 109 .- ' ,K K 5 2 . 1
Phyllis Almquist 317 we 1 k Q
Beverly Alsbury 318
Gayle Anderson 220
Judy Anderson 214
VVllliam Anderson 114
Sharon Arriek 225
Carl Anderson 320
Donald Anderson 210
Donna Anderson 109
Floyd Anderson 109
Janice Anderson 117
Jean Anderson 214
Jim Anderson 109
John Anderson 109
Lois Anderson 210
Rita Anderson 311
Sandra Anderson 115
Sonia Anderson 317
Dorothy Arbogast 115
Joanne Arendt 226
Marjorie Armour 113
Charles Aronson 226
Patricia Austin 205
Teddy Bacino 305
Shirley Bankson 225
Donna Barrix 318
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in . R 1 I , , A2 Eleanor Bartman 210
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Dick Baxtel 311
0 ' . "" Gerald Baxter 220
F Marilyn Baxter 214
A A ? V A VVanda Beasley 226
'lll l Li ' Robert Bell 114
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Richard Bluelier 113
Rodney Blucher 113
Ronnie Bogren 311
lla Boldock 119
Sally Bolton 117
Chuck Boothby 214
X 9, George Borgman 317
1 Roger Bowes 109
'gill' l l 1 Donald Boyer 317
in E Tom Brady 303
Fva Brandenburg 223
Eugene Brazis 119
Robert Brockway 305
John Brodin 317
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Brandt Brown 220
Florence Brown 305
Lillian Brown 225
Lorita Brown 320
Karen Bruce 113
Gail Brugger 117
Jean Ann Bruns 31l
Sally Bryrlen 318
VValter Bunk 109
Thomas Burt 210
Jeannette Burtch 220
Jeanette Buss 305
Mary Butterbaugh 305
Jacqueline Cahill 303
Kenneth Cameron 311
Rorlney Campbell 210
Keith Carlbom 210
Dave Carlson 214
David Carlson 303
Dennis Carlson 214
Harriet Carlson 113
Katherine Carlson 113
Marcette Carlson 311
Nancie Carlson 114
Randall Carlson 317
Sandra Carlson 317
Violet Carlson 317
Aim Carlstrorn 214
LeRoy Carter 305
Janice Casazza 226
James Castle 317
Diane Caumiant 311
Ronnie Cederquist 109
Betty Chesbrough 225
George Childres 113
Kenneth Clapper 225
Bill Clark 303
Joan Clark 305
June Clark 113
Sharron Clark 119
Dramatics, Day Dreamers, Di
Vcrnetta Clarke 205
John Clauson 225
Susan Cleveland 214
John Billy Cole 318
Delcla Collins 305
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George Collison 226 is
Dave Connors 109 ,VV1,: 5 'Q 1 ar
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Randy Cornmesser 320 in
Phillip Cudaa 113 I , ii
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Grant Davidson 119 ,ni r f . N
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Gail DcHaven 320 ' .4 , V
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Julius Denny 117 'Qi - 1
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Shirley DeVenney 119 5 i i yxfiy X y A i
Richard DeV1ieger 117 ' ir ,,
Beverly DeWane 311 or . iii- A1 A
Aldino DiGuiseppi 225 ',, Eg 9
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Tommy Doane 317 K K I
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Pat Eastman 109 K f
Shirley Ekstein 214 A til, 4, ,VJ
Don Elmore 320 2 1 l I iir.3i' Q.
rtmnments, Eats, Erolsers, Election
Priscilla Elmquist 214 1 C do
Sandy Elstad 119 A it 15?
Dolores Encerti 113 'ala 7'Q1"'f
David Engberg 114 f
Constance Engstrom 119
Jack Epperson 318 2 K 1 M f
Donald Erickson 303 ,,lA I 1 1: 3 1 ,gl
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David Evans 320 's,' "
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John Fahlbeck 210 '1 M
Constance Fanor 225 1 It ' 1 1 -
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Kay Farris 225 3 - 1 f
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William Fisher 226 - 1 'ol ,E 11
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Marie Floden 114 ' W ",Vl'LV V 4 'sn 1
Diane Flood 318 11 3' 1'
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Roger Flood 113 to 1
Carol Floody 311 3 1' 1 C 4
Donald Forkner 311 15981 YE at Et, . if 5
Thomas Forsberg 320 3 I '31 1 1
Charlotte Forsell 113 1 - llkk' 11 3 fs C1 'i1Et1,. 1, . 1.
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Donald Foster 311 . A V' 11 3 A 1 1 3
Marnita Foster 320 fi ' fl V1 4
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Gerald Friend 115 ' ,1 QF l 5
Thomas Frisk 219 5 K Q ' K' 1,4 6' , qi 11
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Betty Fritz 317 1 341 13 1 15, Y A 1
Anne Frowein 117 dl W - lk 4, I
Kenneth Fulkrod 318 . .V I ' 3 K I
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Marlene Cvahm 115 'll V
Paul Garr 114 7 'lil' W 1 C b 1
Nancy Garrett 226 N 1- ' M' 'CA
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1 KK k,,Ai K Bob Gendle 311
K V, F A " if Peter Gibson 303
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KK fi K f .K KK Kg! K Richard Glover 205
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I - Kl., K j-ig all Walter Haight 226
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1 1 , 1 'fi 1 Virginia Hall 119
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K' W ia K il - I 4 - Sharon Hallen 320
J ' K , 'V K ' Don Hallstrom 305
7152 'H J X KK f KK I Janet Hallstrom 109
' Iva Lou Haney 117
K K ' Bin Hanko 114
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H rf' K ' , ' Don Hanson 305
W .KK ra ' ,Var Richard Hanson 113
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Bob Harne 220
Wayne Harris 117
Roberta Hartje 214
Robert Hauser 214
Dale Hawkinson 303
Alice Hayton 320
John Hayton 226
John Hedrick 115
Tommy Heflin 305
Gail Hendrickson 115
Kenneth Hirth 119
Delores Hobson 320
Sue Hollfman 303
Marilyn Hollingsworth 311
Elinor Holm 210
5 1 Kenneth Holm 225
'1 if - Roger Hosfeld 303
William Houghton 318
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Jeanne Houy 115
xx , I K vu ' Jerry Hughes 305
k 3145 3. Ti Ei as Richard Hunt 320
'ig Q' Ja' Richard Huston 318
5 e W 4 "i'r Tom Huston 320
Teddy Ingrassia 113
Joanne Jackson 115
he Q Karin Jacobson 114
Maynard Jarl 225
In 35.5 Gary Jensen 114
J Frank Jeras 225
ii K, ., 3' ff' I W h ' , I V y 1 Allan Johnson 119
. A H V' If wi, Betty .Johnson 225
' 2, 3 .Ugg ' ' A ,ff A, Bobby Johnson 210
. rg ," V D 1 A Q ,W Carlotta Johnson 109
J J ' 5 i Darlene Johnson 109
5 Donald R. Johnson 317
Donna Johnson 115
V 3 li' Donald Johnson 205
AAA Gary Johnson 225
.,, A' Donna Johnson 318
Hormburqers, Hoopsters, Hi-Spots, Honor Roll, Huh?
Glenn Johnson 210
Lucille Johnson 303
Marlys Johnson 214 I
Myrna Johnson 214
Newell Johnson 303
Nils Johnson 225
Patricia Johnson 214
Raymond Johnson 311
Roberta Johnson 113
Roger Johnson 114
Rfmaid 1011115011 311 Ronald S. Johnson 303
Sandy Johnson 114
Shirley Johnson 114
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Terry Johnson 220
Timmy Johnson 317
Wayne Johnson 113
William Johnson 114
Thomas Justice 205
Earl Kallberg 303
Eugene Karwelis 119
Kerry Keller 320
W Luella Keller 226
Ronaleil Keppen 113
RMarilyn Kerschner 317 1 -
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l VVayne King 113 5, X. . "' ' , -
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Phyllis Kjell 210 ,
Marlene Knudsen 303 . .
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1 Richard Krahenbuhl 226
N Charles Kranski 117
Lyle K use 117 '
Sandra ager 220
Rieard Laken 320 Q
Sandra Lampson 303
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Loraine Lapp 119 WQK U
Ink, Ice Cream, Intramurals, IQ. Tests, Intermissions
Roger Lapp 226
Andrew Larson 320
Burdette Larson 317
Harold Larson 115
Janet Larson 115
Jerome Larson 225
LaVerne Larson 226
Paul Larson 115
Rita Larson 214
Ronald Larson 318
Sig Larson 109
Jack Last 109
Bill Laude 303
Richard Lehman 305
Peggy Lindberg 113
Janice Lindblade 214
Jim Lindblade 317
Joyce Lindenberg 311
Margie Lindfors 311
Dennis Lindquist 214
Geraldine Lindquist 220
Marlene Lindquist 226
Stuart Lindstrom 214
Betty Lindvahl 225
Frank Locascio 205
George Lomax 117
Don Lorine 119
John Lounsbury 117
Dolores Lowden 311
Clark Lowry 220
Jack Loy 115
Violet Lukitis 119
Danny Luna 220
Karla Lund 115
Cynthia Lundberg 317
Bob Lundin 115
Jean Lundquist 318
Marlene Lundstrom 220
Roger Lundstrom 115
Donald Lunquist 119
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Maynard Lutzow 114
Ronald Magnuson 109
Karin Malm 114
Kenneth Malmgren 119
Carolyn Mandt 113
Mary Manning 214
Joan Marino 226
Larry Marotta 225
Louise Martin 220
Donald Martinetti 119
Faith Mason 317
Dale Mather 109
Judith Matheson 311
Jeanette Maxwell 311
Joan Mayer 226
Laron Mays 305
Corinne McCanna 117
Cynthia McClure 317
Hal McClure 117
Lorraine McCullough 210
Mabel McGhee 318
Katherine McGraw 305
Dick McGuire 305
Bob Mead 115
Stuart Meek 226
Ann-Marie Melin 225
Emery Miller 210
Patricia Miller 320
Ramona Miller 320
Shirley Miller 226
Ronald Moline 317
Delayne Montague 114
Jane Morrison 210
Julie Rae Morrison 317
Marvin Moyer 318
Kathleen Murphy 305
Ted Murphy 225
Kerchiefs, Kris Krinqle, Kickball, Kettleclrums, Kids
jill Murray 113
Joe Musser 318
Martha Myers 317
Richard Nason 117
Barbara Nelson 109
Lavern Neff 226
Barbara Nelson 303
Dale Nelson 220
Gail Nelson 115
Kathleen Nelson 318
Nancy Nelson 225
Imogene Nelson 305
Robert Nelson 109
Robert Nelson 119
Lilly Nilsen 210
Suzanne Nelson 114
Mary Nordstrom 119
Doris Nottelmann 226
Carl Nyrnan 114
Beverly O'Brien 113
Louella Oakey 320
Jeanelle Okerlund 311
Sara-jean Olander 225
Dianne Olson 320
Richard Olson 210
Richard Olson 317
Dick Olson 115
Sharon Olson 109
Victor Olson 210
Joan Ostrom 225
Lionel Paee 305
Virginia Osborne 320
Gunnel Palm 317
Marlene Palm 305
Ceorgia Palmer 317
Jack Palmeri 320
Joe Palmeno 305
Rae Ann Patterson 303
Dale Pearson 226
Doreen Pearson 115
Levis, Lipstick, Latin, Letterrnert, Loafers, Library, Lunch
Leroy Pearson 109 111 Y
1119- Pskarsky 226 ' 0 1,
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Margie Peters 311 A W
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Marilyn Peters 311 ,F V, , V -3 5
Dan Peterson 220 3 ' 4,1 72,31-milfs 3' If ff if ,lfiiil fi
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Donald Peterson 115 ' 4 i f 't,W it 'Y '.': A
Elaine Peterson 317 9 'qxmfx A
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Shirley Peterson 317 ll' "h't fn 'K Q in Q
Suzanne Peterson 303 V 0 ,
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Barbara Petty 117 A P i 2 ' , ,'hL
Charlotte Phillips 225 2 ' U 6, 31' in V K
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Katherine Pierce 115 - f f j , gf -
Barhara Porter 318 1 23,12 M 1 1
Betty Powers 113 Q 1 1 , - -,
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Diane Prentice 225
Helen Prezioso 114
jolinie Price 311
Donald Rafferty 320
Rosetta Rathke 114
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Carolyn Rayiner 113 31, Q g W sg.,
ixlilll Reed 226 1 , - is M 1
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Hubert Rees 226 i iley J ' 0 in .i
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Biiiy Reigel 109 0 hseytv ,
VVanr1a Reno 210 K i' I I. It WV 'L 1. 1 ' f in
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Helen Ricliarrlson 113 , " 1 A 'H' . ,
Rutli Rielteson 226 'i Ltbik 0 ,i,'
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Garland Roberts 119
VVarren Robertson 114
Dave Roe 214
Joanne Rogers 117
Ronny Roos 210
john Rothwell 305
Russell Rourke 109
Jerry Rubeck 305
Gloria Rubright 305
Mary ,lo Rydholm 117
Russ St. Angel 113
Leona Saladino 220
Rosalie Sandeen 320
VVillie Sanderful 117
Donna Jean Sandquist 318
Beverly Sautter 109
jerry Schmaling 305
Myrna Schroeder 318
Raymond Schulz 114
Barbara Jean Schupbach 318
Donald Sears 320
Al Sedgwick 214
Pauline Seeberg 117
Robert Seele 311
Doreen Segerlind 303
Harold Selgren 225
Kay Selk 220
Nancy Sells 317
JoAnne Seymour 220
Nancy Shadley 214
Jerry Shanahan 320
Lois jane Shank 210
,lack Shaw 305
Marcia Sherman 225
Sandra Siebrecht 303
Patricia Ann Singer 119
Dorothy Sjolin 220
Nicknames, Nine A, Noises, Notes, Notebooks, Noqos
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Robert Sjolin 226
Phyllis Sjostrom 303
Philip Skinner 115
Dick Skoglund 119
Susan Skoog 113
Robert Sledge 318
Georgia Smith 210
Hilda Smith 210
Joanne Smith 109
Travestine Smith 220
Marie Solem 119
Pat Soter 220
Tommy Spearing 303
Janice Staas 119
lleverly Stahl 109
Sandra Stahulak 303
Roger Stange 225
Shirley Steen 119
Donald Stine 109
Kay Stites 317
Gerald Story 114
Phillip Strand 317
Janice Stranclquist 115
Lois Strang 214,
Robert Strawn 119
Gerald Stroniberg 220
Joanne Stromquist 311
David Swanson 318
Maranette Swanson 320
Margaret Swanson 305
Marilyn Swanson 220
Ralph Swanson 318
Barbara Sweeney 320
Bob Swenson 119
Dolores Swenson 214
Priscilla Swenson 115
Connie Swick 318
Lorraine Sydlouski 117
Jerry Sypher 214
Coen House, Qccupotions, Grchestro, Gffice, O'D
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Priscilla Tagrin 311
Fronia Tate 225
Dennis Teetcrs 109
Loretta Temporali 303
Dick Thomas 214
Billy Thompson 115
Alice Timmons 210
Lawrence Tompson 226
Barton Trank 214
George Trenholm 109
Cappy Trotter 114
Dottie Troup 113
Marilyn Turner 311
George Valentine 210
Carol Valleau 109
Chris VandcrXVall 303
Tom Vaughn 214
Joanne Vinccr 303
Jack Vittetow 311
Vance VVade 220
Sandra XVah1strom 317
Joan VValant 115
Margaret VValkcr 214
Ousley VValkcr 318
Donna VVallin 119
Sanford VVanner 317
1Vesley Xvarncr 320
Kenneth XVarrcn 117
Delores VVehh 113
Patsy VVebster 226
Gretchen VVegner 305
Robert 1Veihman 115
Eclward VVclden 117
Susan XVe1ty 214
Gerry VVerling 303
Barbara VVernstrom 119
Barhara VVest 109
James VVestfal1 119
Jean VVidergren 220
Problems, Porties, Photos, Pep Club, Porents, Pens, Pols
Teddy Wilcox 320 ig'
Robert VViler 320
Burdette VVilliams 318
Joyce Vtlilliams 119
Henry VVilson 113
Bill xV0l'tl'l1l'lgtOl1 311
Ernest Winans 220 , A , I
John Wiinger 305 M, .kk, . ,f
Claudette VVinquist 117 f, Q
Darlene VV inter 311 I
Jane wawcki no F5324 it
Pearl VVright 226 U' S ziiix ,itf?7f, , 5 sat
Ronny Young 114 ,,2ti 1 '. ,gl 'fi'ii . 'zihv AW' ,L 'I 'V
Karl Zahm 114 'P " Q, lifllgf W' ffii' 1
Jim Zordan 113 Q131.,,M l'Vi X ' irjgig
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Gilbert Gonzales 7-216, John Grunstad 9-109, Carolyn Ekmark 9-114, Bobby Dobbs 9-220,
Frank Stanton 8-222, LaVerne VVilson 7-216, VVarren Hoke 8-110.
Darlene Anderson 9-315, Myrtle Gustafson 7-213, Judy Carter 7-208, Janice Bates 9-311, Jack
Rice 9-117, Fred Harris 9-117, Barbara Flory 8-202. Suzanne Bare 7-201.
Carol Maberry 7-216, john Davis 7-102, Richard Bonwell 8-313, Lillie Maclin 8-204, Patricia
Bere 8-224, Liv Ellingsen 7-215, Roger Burnell 7-321, Mildred Ritter 8-204.
VVendell Siverly 7-102, Marilyn Wilson 7-118, Audrey Boetcher 9-109, Bill Alcott 9-109,
Betty Barnhill 9-318, Jack Trank 7-221, Barbara Erickson 7-221, Peggy Harter Deaf-219.
Absent: Bernice Olson 7-102, Patricia Ryan 9-320, Lawrence Snyder 9-220.
Ninth Grade First Semester Honor Roll
Judy Matheson, Marie Solem, Janet Bartholomew, David Roe, Karen Bruce, Roger Stange,
Beverly O'Brien, Gerald Friend.
Joanne Jackson, Patricia Austin, Carolyn Fredin, Donna Johnson, Priscilla Swenson, Marie
Flodin, Suzanne Szenner, Marjorie Armour, Janice Corell.
Delda Collins, Beverly Bergman, Doreen Pearson, Gail Hendrickson, Roger Hosfeld, Beverly
Dailey, Evelyn Berry, Bonnie Bergman.
Timmy Johnson, Shirley DeVenney, Mary Manning, Betty Johnson, Margaret Smith, Dorothy
Arbogast, Sandra Anderson, Rae Ann Patterson,
The Honor Roll which lists students with high scholastic standings is announced
at the end of each grading period. Students who maintain at least a "BH average
in all required and elective subjects are given this recognition. ln June, seventh
and eighth graders receive average grades for the year in each subject. Semester
averages are given to ninth graders in January and at the end of the school year.
46 upper-classmen were named on the first-semester Honor Roll.
Rae Ann Patterson
Quizzes, Questions, Quototions, Quorum, Quiet, Quintet
Arlene Aden 204
Ronald Akey 111
Kristin Allen 209
Billy Anderson 222
Carol Anderson 302
Charlene Anderson 316
Claudine Anderson 302
Delores Anderson 110
Dennis Anderson 316
Gary Anderson 313
Jacquelyn Anderson 111
,lean Anderson 316
Jerome Anderson 120
Nancy Anderson 209
Bobby Andrews 110
Geraldine Armato 224
Theresa Arrick 316
Lucille Artz 316
Myrna Ashlock 313
Janice Baker 316
Sandra Ballard 209
Marla Ann Bankson 312
Norman Bardeen 111
Lois Bargren 202
Carol Bast 202
Darryl Bayly 120
Eugene Bear 302
Roger Bear 316
Mary Ellen Berg 111
june Bergendoff 110
Betty Berglund 202
Ida Belle Bergman 316
Ioan Bergstrom 204
Suzanne Bergstrom 302
George Biavati 204
Laura Blakeley 110
Herman Blegen 202
Ronnie Bloomquist 302
Quentin Bourkland 111
Michael Bowman 316
Dene Boyd 209
Kenneth Bradbury 316
.lack Brand 205 W ' qi
Donna Lee Brandt 202 ' ,. " 1 . - A
Beverly Briggs 209
Sandra Britzmann 302 we:-'f K
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Robert Builta 202 ,
Sandra Brown 302
Paula Buseemi 224
VVesley Campbell 202 "
Arnold Carlson 313 -1 ,V'b , V::,
Barry Carlson 110 Y 'Es
Carol Carlson 111 - ,i:,kigQi1y A
Carol Carlson 224 5 J -
Dale Carlson 302
Dennis Carlson 222
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MarjoryCCarlson 312 1 0 I - ' ,
Neva arlson 313 if ' . Z ' , - r -f J
Karcna Kay Carlstrom 313 Y' A, h wg. .
Bob Carter 205 " x , Liga at f
Norma Clark 219 , B ff .2 'W
Sonja Clark 313 ' A f 7 1 '
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I 2 V Q 2 V , Janice glay 209
'L .',. Q, 1 , , 1.' 'K ' Kay onard 111
'X -, .V 'L ' K 3 ii 'Y f' 42' Martie Condron 224
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Q' 2 U i g: "if , " Carolyn Conrad 222
i I '17 ,L ff ' ' o 1 Patricia Cook 224
H J -1 +L it Aj I . Shirley Coppoletti 222
g W V 'K' Y ff' " A f 'QL Richard Covert 222
""kf 1 Q Rose Crandall 316
,' a' 'il 1 , L V 5, Nancy Crowe 222
K V' , 1 , 'ifix iif A ayvsv N aucy Cunningham 120
5 we-.H waz: ,C freaks 1 f John Dalllbefg 120
ii x ,. 3 - -V W ' 'V' 2 ,lim Damon 110
. A-T' 1 2 ii i " Bt3llflllJ11liaEffhffi204
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-f 4 3 A ' Joanne DeMoss 110
-L: , - f , 1 - f V , , Leon Donneaud 312
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li fjgf 1. is .V 3 . f Janet Dukey 120
.. ffis, 1 M VV ' ,if f .ff " - -1' s i Q, ' I W9 Sonja Edgren 202
1 as 5 it k sw , Nxt Janet Eggert 302
3 x, ' ' G ,, , ,, 3' Donna Ekholm 224
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, . ' E ' :1 f" 1 - . "" "' ' , fr ' - V1 1 - Carol Engberg 313
ya V ., . az 53 A y jf , I-1 J Dianne Erickson 120
2 , fi , Q ' 4, V 523 3 , ,.,i' Q f Jack Erickson 302
T ' .e h m . 1 7' ' K 3 31 k," A iv ' Joanne Erickson 120
W I, i'Vh K Patsy Erickson 313
Ax. I We I ,L I John Erlandson 313
Q ' 1 ,,.s at 3 , f 1 Lyle Ewalc1312
ta 1 fe Aa, Elaine Fab 110
1 .ai - N W' 353 Vs V iv iw Q 224' Y Jack Farrey 316
, , my ,, I, V ,ffl 1- -, Q John Fear11 110
R . 5 "' Q7 A 33, V 3 Dale Fitzgerald 204
, 3 1 CMI Fleming 222
Barbara Flood 313 1 H I K 1 I f 4, 3 0 , 1 , Z '
Sue Forsberg 313 ' f I 1 gi ' ' U A ,Q , f
Leonard Forsling 202 'Q 7 , 4 3 Q QE A kk
VVarrcn Fosse 204 , ,A K - ' Q1 V ' 2 - '
Ecgvard Fox 110 1 51 1 1' , ' . 5. "'k , 1, Ei 5 , x V
hH1YCe Ffaflil 111 3 . 72 f 3 is '
Gary Fredrixson 313 K ,
Carole Friedman 111 kg 3 L 3 3 5 V V H , L, 3' 3 '
Gerry Fross 209 ' I ., 1 ',','. M 9 g,,,,:W , re, K '
Sharon Funcly 111 Y A. 1 h , 2 1 ff x T- g. 5
Robert Gambino 224 " ' . in f' fi' 55? . 1 ,af
Carol Gangestad 224 ,LU if 'Q' 1 " "IR t
Lennart Gardner 222 - it eil 1 'U' , 3 Nfl ' QV
George Gendle 120 2 ' . . V ' - ' . 3' , , '
Kenneth Gcrbode 09 -A 4 3 Y , li X ja
Donald Gibson 302 iri M I sl, gk -ri 3'
Judy Gn on 111 'sf' f 2 -2, ward rz'q5vVV C tres Y Ffisr , E515
Devern Gissler 224 A ' Q Q2 i , 12- 1 .
James Gladish 110 , V ,L s Z, R ,V , , . J V,
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Cynthia Golding 323 kik' ?r ' AY K f 0 Q , ' 'V W --
Joan Greenlee 2 4 1 , 1- ,,, A 1 V 5,1 1 1
Donna Greim110 aw " 1 19 , ,g lg ' ,Y
June Griffin 224 1 r , 1 2 may 2 1
Kathleen Gustafson 209 12 V " , , .x 3
Mansford Gustafson 209 2 3 " 'J n W I
Marvin Gustafson 111 A 0 3 ., A
Richard Gustafson 111 ,ua ,i A
Thomas Gustafson 313 J , 75- Eg gr' 5 . f .. A '
Roberta Jane Haeferer 312 54 7 ' .. I , 'K If 'W ,V , , '1,i'5g2e1: . , 1 'f'
cnfycc Eager 3121 V Q ' V 5 0144? 1: 1
Betty HICOYH 11 Vlif' ,Ll ff l.' 7 1 'Q 1 . , f fl
Bob Hallberg 316 5, ,179 ,Q 'A l 3 itil ' ua'
Sonja Hallstrom 110 1 713 if gl X. r 'ii 5 ' 1
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Spanish, Sauare Dancina, Social Science, Sports, Shops
Sandra Hammerstran 204 I Q ' 1 II ,I I 0 , I l I, g
Darlene Hansey 312 Y' , 'il' - ' I w 'ii' , ' ' 4"
Kay Hame 313. Pi. in is 1" Q ll
Donald Harrls 202 : Q-'gf' ' . '.'k 1.-'Wi'
Jack Harris 222 If ' ' g ig I If 'K I if
Marianna Hartleh 204 I 'Q x , 1 W' 2 , Q
Gary Haugdahl 313 " -Ii ii 0 I .' ' Ixxk
Tony Hauser 111 I ' 1 S
John Hawkinson 209 fi . , ,I 6 I ., I
Catherine Hawley 222 sing V ff' II "-IqiI'9'I " 5, S-.
Nancy Hawthorne 120 " l l 5 Y I 45,35 A , fi '
Shirley Hedrick 222 3, -wig . .gkggj F ' I I - ' fi
Ronald Henthorn 111 Ii , , ,I job 1 V1 I I l
Marva Hinton 316 "Y I ' , 1 S
Ronald Hirth 302 . ' I K I .fa 1
Sheila Hodgson 222 I I ,I II L'3' K 22, Qi - I D 'Q
Bradley Hoffman 316 it 5345+ r b i' . '-1 f V f 1 ' 'TYQIASQRZ '55
Albert Holloway 204 I 4 I I 1 - I' 5
Diane Holm 111 ,L ' 0' , 7 21-,"ir :ff
Sue Holmall 313 if :lf ' ff'
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Otto Holmberg 313 Ii . I I
Frank Horn 110 . I
Mary Horst 209 I K II . ," 52 J I
Jimmie Hoskins 312 W ig, 'A I ' A 6 0
Deanna Houseweart 312 - I , l". K
Shirley Hultquist 222 Q I X ' f Iwo IIjml,I.,I il I I' X-f,
Ronnie Husmann 209 A 7 -,gl W xx ' - .legit 0
Mary Jackson 302 ' , ' ' , ' I ', ' ' ' IIIII
Prudence Jackson 110 4 , I I 5, , ,I V IQ., I I' K' ' ' Janice Jacob 224 2 we 1
JoAnn Jacobson 111 fa-1 I I ,'Il 1 S 1 -1 -1
Ralph Jacobson 204 -,If ,' ,193 j ':"l f,
Barbara Johnson 110 ' 5 ,If,,, " 11, Q, 'Q' Berllie Johnson 204 X "r,f I in z A is , 'aa'
H 0' .. ' 1' 2 Billy Johnson 224
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I ,IV Carleton Johnson 316
fmj I' 2 0 1 ' l-" Carol Johnson 209
I i ' 5 Carol A1111 Johnson 112
, 1 II I ' I Carol Jean Johnson 04
My IVYNMW-W Wwifi V sp KI Carter Johnson 110
" 4, I, Don Johnson 224
gl ,, fi I 5' . 2 0 ,gif Doris Johnson 302
pk ' 5 'li :.. Jacqueline Johnson 302
.I , I -IVF-' 11 Iv Janet Johnson 204
2U:s2fIiggfI.g -' I I . I 'A V " I ' ,II Janice -JO1'l11S011 312
if -,II V 'I Janice Johnson 316
""1'jfQ.g:X' . I 'Q S JoAnn Johnson 111
" In , I I 5 , . I I 'l .1 II I Johnny Johnson 312
I , f ,I ,ki ,gf I' 5 3 Joy Johnson 313
,QI " Q' W , . V fs' Kathleen Johnson 204
ill? , ,I fill' ,, ,,', 0 f Kell Johnson 222
fi il V fp 0 ' f 53 xy, 'QI I Leslie J01'l1'lSO1l 204
V rk,,fi2s,f2 ,." 'Hit . ' V "A rg In MQ aw ' Linda Johnsoll 204
Q 1 X 4.I'i lr Ifif f ' 1 Lowell Johnson 209
I , 1 V Marilyn Johnson 1112
- I I aI 1 I .I ,," , , Nancy Johnson 20
f-me H315 ,X I is I, Richard Johnson 202
, ' . lg 0 II. I I Roger E. Johnson 224
' ' 'tx' 'W I , -- F ' Ri - I , 1 , if ' I , 'E Roger L. IJO1'lllSOll 224
f I 1 0 ff.. - '- 'I Q , l Q I I' Ronnie Johnsoll 202
my lk Q' ' ' I 1 J , Terrel Johl1son 204
I B I Tom Johnson 209
71, , I 0 .fl I"- ' ,, if f I Barbara Jones 222
'awk ' I I:I 'r . kg . I?M',,-61 ' fi Jimmy Jones 313
'Qi ,I lf, if ..Il is I Bill Juffernbruch 302
I' ji, ,540 N xiii, 'fly Dennis Kalen 111
X nfl 1 ' L Charles Kamensky 204
L L iq' E 'J 'K . 244' XI Mary Ann Kaplanes 302
"Tctlent Tune-up", Trotck, Typing, Tests, Try-outs, TV
Karolyn Keast 224
Patricia Keeling 313
Kay Kernwein 209
Jacky Kesecker 222
Bill Kilhorn 209
Lawrence King 205
Max King 224
Thomas King 302
David Kjederquist 222
Kathryn Kjell 222
Mary Ellen Kjellgren 313
Barbara Kochel 302
Barry Kollberg 111
Mary Koplos 316
John Kosowiec 201
Sandra Kruse 316
Jim Kruse 302
Judith Lane 302
Jimmy LaRosa 120
Donald Larson 313
Mary Ann Larson 202
Mary Ann Larson 209
Robert Larson 202
Sandra Larson 209
Mary Latt 209
Janice Leaman 313
Joan Leaman 313
Joan Leonard 110
Charles Lignell 316
Lanny Lindell 316
Margo Linden 316
Carol Lindgren 222
Bill Lindhe 224
Ronald Lindquist 202
Mary Lindskold 110
,V xt. , I V Q ' ' , " i M Beverly Lundquist 312
, 1 ' ., ii a , " f ' Corrine Lindstrom 111
V . ,f it K if ff lif, K: Michael Lindstrom 111
Qiflfgff. Q, s is .gs 1 . Q Aim Lindvahl 202
f4Egj1 ,gsggggl ,lisy gt i's. s ' 3 t,, 1,J2'gf gf g-ff NQf,. 51 Fknory Lloyd 111
,v Sl y -1 K ' -vi, A , ' ' Dale Lodin 110
a, fi Wig H it K mygg, it E K if ,,. 11", IL. ,Q Sandra Lofgren 202
X 9 we iela 3 JN 'fii3qf1 ' Kelis. Roger Long 302
Q -' -I Joan Lorenz 111
, 1 "f if ' If -3 y W' Susan Lower 302
-W K, A - 5 V F W . 221 , Marian Loy 312
, A :iv ' ' , , 4' fi' 'li' ' 1, Thomas Loy 110
Qing v fat ed: 4. if b . , if Robert Lundgren 209
:ii - -iv,
Bob Lundquist 209
Q ta at 4 t ' " f
V I W Yvonne Lundstrom 312
r Tai , f ' 1' Laura Madden 312
:' A ' In W f e A 7 - k,.1 K t Charles Mahnke 222
i f i K 1 1 ,, K James Malcolmson 224
,wgtf Ni li ig M gig, i f in Robert Malmgren 204
M , K Jgfgg K fi ' A Q i Richard Manrod 313
4 f Agness Mmhal' 222
'Y Mike Martarano 205
v' 3 b . 9411 jj- 6 A , J Frank Mathews 120
4, -i. I ' ' gi ff S 'kg ,K 4' Jack Mattson 222
1 9 ', X 3 ,,tW,f,,x Marilee McCammond 111
li' ' 'i 1 ' " ff . . Karen MCCIOY 316
,je ' 3 ' ig " fy ' " -' ff if ' as V ,K if gb Richard McClure 312
Ai Z ,lu fx EE? -f ,R Judith McDonald 110
ir. , :
by A Judy McNaughton 222
35, 9, ' , i Naida McSherry 110
, , , -1. 5 Q' 8. Joe Mera 224
E Q5 t f -,. K' K1 es, Donald Mercaitis 313
J f - Rheta Miller 222
f A " 5 1 1 Harmon Mitchell 110
L .L L? 5 Marjorie Mitchell 224
Unit Tolks, 'Un1orepolred', Uniforms, Umbrellas
U U 4 1 ii 3 Q 1 m y 4 2 4 ,U U , .1 U T 3 Larsrn Mosier 302
V , , ,, U U, , Phyllis Mosser 202
'- Q, VVS- is 1 '1 Hr A , ir! 31 - Dennis Mullins 110
U' ' 'Y ,'l ' Bartley Munson 313
21,3 U 1 U V ,31113Q.g V if- l g ,emj Arnold Nelson 202
-V 19134-R , K J ' , ' Barbara Nelson 302
UM, ,N UUU2 U U , U Hr it Carol Nelson 316
' 1 ' H 2 U g f' U Dirk Nelson 111
1 m ly' gzahg, 1 A , gl , Ti Muriel Nelson 120
:V 'I an ' fU., ' -s V ' - zrxffir W- 2 Tony Nelson 313
' V -U-, f Bruce Nero 316
Us ULUN Geofgiafia 110
gs., "-U , a s Q V' V -' V ,V 'V , J. ' ' Nancy Norsen 110
f 1 1 l1Uls 204
km , ,U - l V Nancy Oberg 313
. ' 'l'1 ici? 1"' s Larry Odelius 222
V sf, 15, ll rw Viifw' Susan Olander 222
V VL-.H-.Q '-l'k fix ' ' Lloyd Olofson 312
4 js , lU , ,, J . " , V7 -U Betty Olson 205
' Fern Olson 204
X Jeanne Olson 202
' ll I , 3 Nancy Owens 204
V K :g2?'kL5fj ,. , ' 1 Antoinette Palmer 209
45 I 'Y if is 1 Q Uaf f Richard Palumino 312
V s'-433 2 4 V, ? V,l.V ' QV 4151: Lorraine Paniuski 224
. ,z , V-lk ,. ,MV VVV A ,LV , ,:,, - faire, V! +V Jean Paris 120
V 1 he? so L ling 0 'F ws "1 , ' GATES 4- ' Joan Parod 222
if A 1 3 V S' ir- Gene Parson 204
Q V V U V . 1 " V john Pawlus 120
V , ' 3 , Q VV 1 3, 3 ' ' Barbara Peterson 302
ff sU,, ' Spf 1-F93 f' 5 , Curtis Peterson 110
,V VV V 1, 251 ,- X12 V ,, Janice Peterson 202
' ,Vsf y ,A ' 1 Paul Peterson 204
fri 1 VV ' ssf f, ' 'tit-:WA Priscilla Peterson 222
is v. f ff li l 'k riflfl Tommy Peterson 302
John Petsch 120
jack Phillips 222
Katherine Porter 302
Julia Rader 312
Tommy Rader 312
James Radloff 302
Owen Rand 209
Harold Reed 302
Dale Reinhold 222
Ruthanne Reising 204
Ruby Reynolds 312
Darold Rinedoller 120
Ronald Ring 316
Sharryn Roach 316
Maradene Robertson 222
Maralyn Robertson 222
Sally Robbins 224
Judith Rosborough 202
Barbara Rosenquist 120
Haven Rowan 312
Pete Royster 204
Vera Schmitt 209
Joel Schwartz 316
Donna Mae Schwebe 316
Betty Lu Schwengels 222
David Seger 202
Tom Seger 209
Glenna Sharp 120
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Victories, Volleyball, Valentines, Votes, Vocations
. :ab A ,I Q . Sallie Spongherg 204
, e H Gary Shaver 110
1 , . , f 2, . x., Earlynn Shaw 204
Aka: W., 'lf 5 K , 1 "1 13 Shirley Sherwin 204
fi! jg V, " ,,x.a,- 'V ' -'32 Leonard Simonson 120
l i ,,'l ' ' QL ji. rj' ' W 'W Y Charlene Sisson 313
Q 5 no 22 j f Zfiziii'-izi, Dennis Sjostrom 110
l" ., 7 5, ,'.- 10 , Marjorie Sjostrom 202
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' A K , - K y 4 Roger Smith 302
, L 0 fl - Shirley Smith 224
V' K - ' f 4" Z an K g V Nancy Smuck 312
Q 3 'R rag fi' Richard sniveiy 316
li 1 , -' Lorraine Snyder 302
K, JS' 1 , i I , i L Marlene Spice 312
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W, ' .' f, Donaald Steiiger 20522
,.. 3 k,a,,U, 1 2 f - if 3 Lo a tig eman
v V 'W' f ' 1-if , , - K" Q ,- ' f 5 f, ' 2 Gary Stine 312
?,,,,4f, ' 1 api Lillian Strote 202
die: f ,C .Q N M . ' shafyn samba-g 316
Q 'W P " W FJ- ' i' 2' Alan Swanson 313
Q ly? I 'A K 551.-1? if H Audiss Swatsley 222
1 ,, 4 2 ' - -' ' Nw- Y
- . Mabel Swenson 209
V 1 ' W, , QQ 0 K N Nancy Swenson 202
, r Q- , . , ' .f Q if 1 Pauline Swick 111
'A ' L f f 1, I i5':' I 1 , i'fi, T' Louise Tangorra 302
A , A 'i , 1 , , ,V " x DiCk THYIOY 224
V' yi: vii I-3.7 K 1, K ig L3 - jx Marvin Tepper 313
..ii ' 53 Wg ,Q ,R - K ' xf',1ff'l,,Q Dana Terrell 316
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' S . . , 9 Linda Terveer 302
ZA, T ' 4 ,W - , - Q Teilldy L,?i1Tesl554111
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2' , 'sf V " Gerry Thorne 111
A f, g 52 gi' ixh -7" , hi, ' , 1 I Ronald Thorson 316
9 X' -3 4 gnc? 1 3- 4,30-4 'W " X f Darlene Timmons 120
w ,Q 5 5 N ' NL' Q 31:1 K I Jacky Timmons 111
Evelyn Tomlinson 204
John Tormohlen 111
Joanne Trapani 316
Garry Ullrich 302
Barbara Ulrich 302
Ronald Ulrich 312
Ronald Underwood 120
Gladys Vale 110
Pat Van Alstyne 111
Richard Vanstrom 111
Curt VVahlmark 313
Bessie VVallace 120
Nancy Vllelsby 313
Nancy Welsh 111
Jerry Vlferniek 204 J H
Bob VVestberg 222 I K
Seth Wlestring 222 'Q 17 .
Billy Vlietterstrand 209 'K Qi ? 3 151554
Priscilla VVetterstrom 120 I fig-rf ,ix
Shirley white 302
Colleen VVhittington 202 iff T , K '
Valerie VVilliams 111 V il V K ,
Wayne VVil1iams 204 . . ' .
Bill VVilIs 110 - ' '15,
Myrna VVilmer 120 7 if
Mary lfVinquist 222 ' 't ai -- 'W
Clillord Winter 312 -if
Julie Wiisner 209
Sharon VVright 316
Caroline Yardley 312
Mary Ann Young 120
David Zack 202 A 1 Q ,5 -1.
Kenny Zagnoni 111 ' " " K' W J 'eii , " 9
Bob Zimmer 316 in A 1 ' H A 37
Woool Shop, Wios, Work, "World Week", Worterwinos, Welsh
JW., .J,.,,-..e.e..., ..-en, Mt. .,e....,..,,e..,, .., ..... -J t,.,m,t,.e....
Ahe's Album representatives were
Cbaekl George Biavati, Richard Duffy, Straight A report cards were taken home by Alan Swanson, Bob Hendry, tmid-
Tyler Thorn: Cmiddlej Marilee MQ- Betty Lu Schwengels, Barbara Flnry, Phyllis dlej jackie Fearn, Gary Anderson,
Cammontl, Sue Forsberg, Carol Ann MOSSSY, A1111 Lilldvahl. Cfrontl Norman Barcleen, Jimmie
Nelson, Marlene Spice, tirontb Marge Hoskins won letters in sports.
Sjnstrom, Maralyn Robertson, Carter
Eighth graders in concert band were: Cbaekj Lawrence King, Eighth graders in concert orchestra were: Cbaekj Dirk
'liony Nelson, finicldlej Bart Munson, Curt Peterson, Arnold Nelson, Marian Loy, Carla Johnson: Clnidcllej Marla Bankson,
Nelson, Bob Malmgreng Cirontl Dennis Mullins, Gene Parson, Lois Bargren, Nancy Welsh: ffrontj Janice Peterson, Agness
Gary Haugdahl, Dale Fitzgerald, Bradley Hoffman. Marshall, Catherine Hawley. Q4-SJ
X-rays, X-its, X-ctms, X-ercises, Xotvier Cuqctt
Seventh graders named to the scholastic Honor Roll at least three of the first Five
grading periods were :
Lu Ann Pearson
Qbackj Bonnie Anderson, David Carl-
son, Elmer Martin, John Fiorig fmid-
dlej john Fritsch, Karnie Benson,
Janice NVaishnorg ffrontj Kay Kowa-
lewski, -loan DeCamp, Karen Eklund.
Abe's Album representatives were Two s e v enth graders Three students in seventh grade recen ed
were assigned to work with t'perfect" report cards at least once in the
the concert orchestra group: first five grading periods immy Miller
Norman Erickson, Charles Clara Cook, Patricia Larson
Y-Teens, Yellow Ties, Yo-Yos, Yells, Yogurt, Youth
.lack Abrahamson 213 ' 1 I A C yyhk 5 ,, I , I C- M, 30 -2
Sharon Adamson 201 k f . r ,,, V ffm: I.
David Akefinnd 321 Q M A ,,,, 1 21135 : + 2-is
Patsy Allen 201 1 if 'ffm' A A " K ,Q
Joe Alongi 201 "::f'l i - A 5 ,K V K
Ber11ard Anderson 301 4 1, ,5i',,.' l Y kk 'X
Bonnie Anderson 211 2 1 . ' . .
Dale Anderson 213 ,V',,k , 'WW' ,V f K
James Anderson 301 ik- ,Nh ' gg L K , L , 1 1
Jeannine Anderson 221 , 'U - fl .f, if 1 In V, Ar .
501113 Anderson 215 A W A f
Thomas Anrlrecn 23:5 V-h: ' J '
Voyna Aronson 11,9 725522 2 I1'z5iXi2? :sk -1VL' Wl'kf 1,1 y at ' 'Qing lj. A A
Sandra Atchison 102 . ' V
David Anfderhar 102 , , , '7 I 1 3, A ,V
Teresa Aumann 102 ji-lf'-1 , 'Rf' " m Ziwg 1 .N
Bruce Axberg 203 ' ' ' , 3 ,i"
Larry Bankord 216 ere u 21,1 1
Josephine Baraconi 301 K , 71? , , -53' A, lEf'f:!g L . h ,V QT
Judy Bargren 203 , '15 --Le-5111 Z XVW' "
Telirel Barnes 321 S X51 5 , M, 1 'V .
Charlotte Bear 301 ,V 1' X C "L A X - '
Phyllis Beck 215 as ' jp . '-'rs Q S 'Q .V gg
Deanna Beekwnid 213 J he 5 1 .-e 1 .-
Elsie Jalle Belles 219 , V ile' E '-. , .A ,r-. , ' - Y ,, .- W
Karnie Benson 208 , W-V Azrk R117 fl' 11
Lucille Berg 211 1 -1 ,Q 2 1 Q 2 is ..
Teddy Berg 216 aeee 1 ille A 'A ai'ie lez WE 1' 1 , '
Xrthur Bergstrom 211 f f A Q11 1' U . 1 K A
I Ralph Besand 102 Q 'Qin-,K V1 2 ' Q i Q E
Beverly Bird 102 -, Z .V K,.L. 1 or A K A "" '11 5, - I h if
Bill Bishoff 118 1 3' 1 1 Q 1
Gene Bishop 321 .- 1 " ' ' S' C 4, ,Q 5'-1 , 47
Chuck Blade 213 9 3, 1 1 V 1
Shirley Blascoe 102
James Blixt 208
Richard Blomgren 211
Joan Bloomquist 208
Larry Blucher 208
Barbara Blunck 213
Ronald Boese 201
Linda Boetker 203
Bill Brooks 215
Stranton Brown 208
Donald Bryan 321
Richard Brynteson 208
Jerry Burman 118
VVilliam Cacciatore 321
Deallll Carlbom 301
1 W Bruce Carlson 321
Q Chester Carlson 102
8 K Darrell Carlson 118
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David Carlson 301
L V , 1, L ,kkr ' .-lg ' Dennis Carlson 301
K Doretta Carlson 301
W 1 3 K A ' Doris Carlson 213
.aff , 5 .f1'1f '1g.,f' 1 A ,L Elsie Carlson 215
4 in ' lg: , 8 1 .1 0 C 1 Gary Carlson 208
iff., I - 11 1. ' VA 4' 11? 3 '?1'm:, H, Joyce Carlson 102
-'fig V Q L ' ',1yj 114 1. Lowell Carlson 208
, Qt I kk' N -7 fi-VZ I .1 , I f Margaret Carlson 215
JLK 11.7 7 fr ' 5 ' 6' , 1 I Marguerite Carlson 203
'MLW f -we ' -W 1 1 5 ww, ' w:rK-- 'Q 72' ' 13 I ,' 1. ' - 'Q ' .. 1,95
' ' I' ,ii--'-,e- 1 ' I A ' l - Robert Carlson 321
, 1, y - . A l A Ronald Carlson 211
' f , QQ? 1 1 I 1 1 Ron11ie Carlson 102
1113 " Q152i.f? ' ' "1 Q, 811 111 Shirley Carlson 215
Q .C I " V L1 ,- Tommy Carlson 216
, ,, 11 A K A 1' fn V Q s " 1 Jerry Carter 102
T i . Q J A Sonya Carter 118
Zero 1-1ours,Zithers,Zomies,Z1nc,Zorc1c1n, Z . . ., Z .
Donna Caryl 201 ' " ' K' ' V ' 1 ' ' -V ' "1 ' V
DoTrothy Ciastree 213 ,, V " si V
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Carol Christianson 216 ,V V' aV.V 1 ' 1
Margarezi Christofferson 221 ,VL V XY.. V I Q 'Q 1 V V V ,. :V Q
anet 1a k 213 ' 2. -1 1- V' " V "' 13,51 RT" :,V 7 1? '
JimCla1k 203 X' Q , '
Frgi C1081 118 i 1 ' A V fi 1 V 7 '
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james Cook 203 VV 1 1-.5 ,' -1 5 .V ' . Vi. 19 1 ' Q'
John Cook 213 1 "sf 1 VV M 'K Q ?,,.,...4 ,, V Q .1 -f
Lois Cook 216 ,133 VVVV V V VVVV V ' , ' 'M' 5"l
Marcia Coons 118 " 1- Q T E' L ' Vv K K 'T .1 V '
Mildred Coons 118 ' ' K? , X' , " - -Vi '
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Mike Copp 118 K Q ' 1 A
Patrick Copp 118 ,V V V , 1 V , V 1 1" -V
Ruthie Craven 221 Q V V ' .51 'S ,
1-101115 Crocker 301 1 1 15 . -ii in ' , VM. ,gr
Mzgdry Crcgik 216 V X V Va, - V kf Q
'laire ywiak 215 Q21 , I ' ' 1 1 ' ',kZ ' 1 'QV
Brandt Dahlherg 208 m f- V.
Rosemarie Dahlgren 201 VV..,gV V V . '
Patrick Davis 221 - .wmv ' G Q .1 Vg V f A VJ
Joan DeCamp 201 4 2" ' Z ,' 'Wi E ' f- 1: 51 Q ' V V
Bobby Deen 215 1 ,
Patsy DelVeechio 102 I .V V VV 'V ' 'T ' V ,VV ' 7
Delbert Denny 102 1551-.IZ ' 23 3' Q' 53 f K ,VVBQMV si nk fi i
Cary Dermer 213 Af K 1 VSV! '
Glen Derrickson 210 V '.
Fred Devine 211 W ,V 'W fl 'VV3f ,",1,f, V .
Judy Diamond 211 11, YL'- V V V- 1 ' 'V 1 ,V . i . V'VV ' . 'V
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Jerry Drake 102 Q 'N ' "' 1 '- V 1 gf? Z
Ronald Drennen 213 ,J 6 . ' 1 VV . Q , .V . ,
Rosalie Dunaway 102 5 - 1 V V Amd ' a s
. VV1. V VV V , V: Vi .VV ' ,L , 3 . . 3. V VV hbert 301
- 1 .1 ' ' I , . K- R f. 21, 'f ' 3 1135" ' . H Fck 301
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" ' ' 33 ' 2 V V 1 A ,Vx i ' Angela Englund 301
.- if ai ' K .EQ Ronnie Englund 321
'- if , 'LV VV 1 ' ' 2. i " Darlene Erickson 301
-' if Vf 4 I 31 5' " V Norman Erickson 118
H , W K Q ,V V. Sharon Erickson 215
. If 1 n. a "fl Bill Em-in 102
1 , ' V13 ft f V' .1 VV Judy Eychaner 118
1 ' 'i i ' ' ' ' , gf' V V Bruce Fagerstrom 201
if- VV,- 5 V V V V5 V1 9 Don Fagerstrom 201
1. ' " f 2 V " T ' . - f 10311 Fahfftb' 216
1' PS1 E fp f My K ,V ' VVayne Farrey 213
5 se'-V : '. ' r 4.1 VV 1 , PT ' Tonie Ferm 208
V W M f' 'F ' " if ' 3 Beverly Fewkes 118
ww, ' 5' V1 W VV1 V V V V il. VV Pauline Finn 208
" " 'A . , 1 '51 John Fiori 118
V? 5 . 1 V .5 Virginia Fitzpatrick 102
i 'B -M V VSV , V3 ge L y qi John Flood 102
V :Q 'ig L g- VV - 5 f fl ' Carolyn Ford 321
Q -V 5, 1 ? 1 V . 3,1 . Jack Forsberg 216
LL, V13 2 .Q Vg-3: Q V213 T ' " Q VV Vg ' 2:7 155 ,f ig 1,-ff l. 1 V - David Forslund 118
' ii-4 '- V- 5 m i s Frederick Freeman 215
1 1' V' , K 'h 1 , johnny Freeman 211
VV ? - V V V VVVV V V" V 5 ' , ' Rosealie Friedberg 215
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A351-' 1 V -L L. 511 7 I K V XXV' ' , Darcy Ganka 216
'ix ' 'MXL 1, 1 A ' V 1 R. Garth Ganka 221
Alaelora, Baby Sitters, Gokes, Decimals, Earmuffs
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Phyllis Garman 208
Daniel Garr 216
Donald Gasch 102
Carol Ann Gasoske 118
Marilyn Gendlc 301
Leroy Gibson 301
Neal Gilmore 211
Judy Gorman 203
Gary Graeff 208
Roberta Green 203
Margaret Greer 321
Eddy Guidotti 201
Charles Gustafson 215
Donn Gustafson 321
Kenneth Gustafson 301
Mary Gustafson 213
Gerald Hagelin 211
Nancy Haight 208
Rosemary Haile 201
Rebecca Hall 211
Raymond Hallden 118
Diannalee Hanson 215
Elaine Hanson 201
Mary Alice Hanson 321
Karyl Haring 203
Warren Hauser 211
Barbara Hay 301
Eddy Hayes 118
Craig Heabler 208
Joan Heid 211
Lucille Hickman 102
Susan Hollenbaugh 102
Ann Holloway 102
Leah Holm 211
Julianne Holmberg 213
Frostles Golf Homework ID Carols 1unq1eI1m
Tom Johnson 208
VX ayne Johnson 301
Leonard Jones 221
M Rlchard Kallenhach 213
0' Mlchael Kane 321
51 TAJYMM 4 -Xnne Kapellai 118
img M AAN-Vyw Feorge Kaplanes 2
Joyce Karwelrs 301
Norma Kassebaum 203
Donald Kelley 301
Donald Kesslxng 213
Carol Ketchum 321
V , N 151, Ann Kevetter 201
.mga W Marjorie Kxnditrom
Flla Krng 216
Sharon Krtznnller 213
John Kjellstrom 321
Bob Klaeger 201
Tommy Klme 213
Raymond Kolesky 102
Allen larnay 321
', James lane 215
Q17 Conrad lantz 213
Lrnda Lapp 321
,M Marrlyn Lar
li ga Carolyn L
Patlxcla Larson 213
Thomas Larson 215
Amta Lassandmo 301
Vary Ann Last 213
Dorothy laxxnrluskr 102
Jane Layng 118
Clarence Lee 321
Harold Lee 301
Patty lemons 213
Lennon Lcvrngston 301
R1ChdYl1 Lnld 203
Thomas Lrnd 213
Dolores Lrndenberg, 221
qandra Lrndglen 215
Jamce Lnulman 203
Joanne lrndqulst 301
Gary Lxnd ay 201 Q 5,
Jerry logan 301 G
Suzanne Lone 208
Bruce long 221
Judy Ann Long 201
Ronald Loy 102
Gary Lundqurst 203
Nlartm Lundqulst 219 Q
Nancy Jean Lundqunt 102
Stanley Lunqulst 213 ad
Dick L1lf7OX1 102
Ter ry Lynch 213 Q
Carol Sue Nlaberry 216
Sandra Magnuson 208
Kent Mallqurst 211
Nlrcky Mangraracrna 221
Phgfllrshxgark 118 5
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Yolanda Mauro 118
Dale McClure 203
Theodora McCoy 221
Carol McDonnell 102
Johnnie McDonald 221
Robert McDonough 215
Gary McGraw 211
Charles McIntosh 321
Sally McKnight 221
Judy Metzger 118
Jimmy Miller 215
Ronnie Miller 118
Paula Mintz 211
David Morrison 215
Carl Morsbach 221
Dean Munson 211
Robert Myers 211
Ron Myers 102
VVilliam Myers 102
Mary Nauert 211
Mildred Neeley 211
Betty Nelson 321
Beverly Nelson 216
Diane Nelson 211
Dick Nelson 203
Elaine Nelson 203
Gary Nelson 215
Gyler Nelson 211
Jerry Nelson 201
Karen Nelson 208
Maribeth Nelson 213
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Jimmy Peterson 321
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Joel Peterson 215
Joyce Peterson 219
Judy Peterson 118
Nancy Peterson 301
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Sandra Poehert 216
Steve Polaski 301
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Jimmy Pore 118
Gary Porter 301
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George Prezioso 211
Proarams, Quarters, Rehearsals, Student Council, Tableaux
Robert Rainey 211
Donna Rapp 203
Juanita Ray 102
Marlene Raymer 201
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Ellen Richardson 321
Randell Ring 203
Dorothy Robinson 203
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Bob Rogers 208
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Robert Rush 321
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C. 0. Wfs, Twins, Awards, Kids and Pas, and Straight A's
Citizens of the Week
fBackJ Tom Hefiin, Bill Wettera
strand, Jerry Friend, Nancy Ey-
chaner, Rita Larson, Brandt Gus-
tavson, Barbara Bishotif, Janet
Bartholomew, Lillian Strote, Karen
Bruce, Marge Sjostrom, Irene
Haight, Donna Greim, Donald
Bryan, Mr. Gritzbaugh, chairman,
fKneelingJ Charles McIntosh,
Patrick Davis, Jimmy Miller, Den-
CBackJ Beverly, Bonnie Berg-
man, Jim, Janice Lindblade, Mar-
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dlej Collette, Corinne McCanna,
Roger, Ralph Davidson, Darrell,
Dennis Carlson: Maradene, Mara-
lyn Robertson, Cirontj Mildred,
Marcia Coonsg Janice, Joan Lea-
niang Janice, Barbara Johnson.
Barbara Bishoff won a painting
which will hang in the art rooms
here at Lincoln. Miss Coekfield,
her teacher, holds the prize while
Barbara shows her masterpiece,
"Enjoying our Local Parks."
Kids and Pas
Three Lincoln teachers have chil-
dren enrolled at Lincoln: Mr. Paul
Johnson, Bruce, Myrna, Mr. VVelsh,
Nancy, Mr. Robert Nelson, Mari-
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Eight Lincolnites were born out-
side the United States: CbackJ
Margareta Swenson fSwedenJ,
John Kosovvice fPolandJ, Monica
Kyndel CSwedenJ, Billie Nilsson
fSwerlenJg CfrontJ Claire Cywiak
CPolandj, Yolanda Mauro fSouth
Americaj, Bruce Carlsonf Chinaj,
Liv Ellingsen CNorwayJ.
Straight A's were earned by
seven ninth graders: Cbackb Do-
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Nelson, Donna Johnson, Cfrontb
Karen Bruce, Joanne Jackson, Gail
-is for Cooking - the muffins and candy,
- Latin class with the work on translation,
-Auto shop trains the boys to be handy,
Social science - "XVhz1t's your uccupz1tion?'
is for Swiiumiug, those dives make us dizzy,
-in our English it's talk, read, and write.
- all these Subjects keep everyone busy,
students and teachers must work day and night.
What'll You Have?
All girls are required to take three
semesters of work in the home eco-
nomics department: seventh grade
foods and clothing, and eighth grade
home management. The foods course 'tr
is designed to give a basic training in
planning meals and preparing food.
Training in the care and management 1
of the home is essential, and every girl
should know how to cook, whether she
intends to become a homemaker or
follow a career as a bachelor girl,
Artlsts at Work
The craft classes have a wide va-
riety of projects and materials from
which to choose. Chip carving,
weaving, costume design, free brush,
and pencil sketching are among the
favorites. Students make useful, as
well as decorative articles, including
purses, bookends, and trays. Many
of these objects were displayed in
the School Art lixhibit at the Bur-
Richard Olson, Tom llefiin, Joan XValanj,
Julius Denny, Janice Lorell, Vt ayne Harris
choose favorite means of expression.
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Sylvia Jacobson, Rachel Reefly, Sally Kullberg, Joanne Lindquist, Joyce Karwelis, Barbara
Hay fclockwisej keep an alert eye on the boiling kettle.
Eiiza'fii.ie:L .. ,,
George Biavati and Roberta Haefcrcr look uver models of geometric Figures made by eighth
grade math class.
Many times, problems in math classes
are difficult to understand and solve
because it is hard to imagine from de-
scriptions on the printed page just what
certain geometric figures really look
like. To become more familiar with
shapes and figures frequently used in
the math classes, students constructed
models from wood, paper, and card-
board. Terms like altitude, base, and
volume were more easily understood
using these concrete examples.
Live We Singing
Pupils in the seventh grade music
classes enjoy listening to records,
singing a wide variety of songs, both
in part and unison, and learning to
identify diHerent instruments and
music symbols. These pupils make
up the choral groups for the Christ-
mas Song Service and the Spring
E. lftscy, B. Smith, li. lllunck, IJ. Beck-
wold, lf. Blade, D. Kcssling, R. Kallenbach,
J. Sundberiz. D. VVallin gather 'round C. Cook
and Mrs. Angus for "singing-school."
Gary- Larlson, Dahlberg,
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ass with hobby
During the week of February 13,
Messrs. Robinson and Strickland, rep-
resenting the Illinois State Temperance
League, presented lectures about alco-
hol. They spoke to all ninth grade
general science classes. Using various
illustrated charts, they explained how
alcohol may be used as an antiseptic
for the benefit of humanity. In con-
trast, they showed how the effects of
alcoholic beverages can destroy the
Pennant, Pony, ,Pup
VVhile lobbying for their hobbies,
members of some seventh grade Eng-
lish classes put into practice what they
had been learning about speaking be-
fore a group. Trying to anticipate
questions which the audience might ask
after the talk, the pupils first made an
outline of what they wanted to include
in their reports. Some described how
to play golf, or train a dog. Others
brought their collections to class, and
explained how they had become inter-
ested in their pastimes.
Mr. Robinson shows George Valentine and XYanda Reno the various stages of intoxication
A course in home management is
required for all girls in eighth grade.
They spend one semester working
on problems involved in running a
home wisely and eficiciently. Units of
work include selection and care of
clothing, personal grooming, interior
decoration, and arrangement of
rooms, making a workable budget,
baby care, manners, and first aid.
The girls make bandages and slings,
and then take turns being doctor and
patient to practice applying them
Sharyn Sundberg, Sharon VVright, Carol Nel-
son Cstandingbg and Carol Anderson, Mary
jackson serve as patients and "docs.,'
Arnold Carlson looks to see what is in Uncle Sam's basket as Karena Kay Carlstrom checks
on what Uncle joe has to offer.
Grease Monkeys at Work
All seventh grade boys are required to take some
work in the industrial arts department. Eighth
and ninth grade boys may elect work in the shop
courses. Machine shop and auto shop are the
subjects chosen by the ninth graders. In auto
shop boys learn to tear down a car, and, more im-
portant, to put it together again. Through lectures
and demonstrations, the boys are taught to take
apart, clean, repair, and replace various parts of
an automobile. They must recognize the different
parts of the motor. One wall of the workroom is
lined with racks which hold every kind of tool
needed to do a good job in this line of work.
Much of the information which the boys learn in
auto shop is put to use outside of school as they
work on their own motor bikes, or help their
fathers or older brothers do repair work on the
family car. As in all the other shop courses, these
boys are made aware of the importance of safety
first rules to eliminate accidents on the job.
John Vt'inger, VVade Vance, George Cullison tend to business
in auto shop.
Miss Quinn's eighth grade social
classes devoted some class time to
discussions of Russia and her policies
which affect the U. S. A bulletin
board display pictured the XVorld as
a gardener, planting seeds of peace
furnished by Uncle Sam and Uncle
Room 205 houses special equip-
ment used by pupils with faulty
vision. New desks, with movable
tops which may be adjusted to lO or
30 degree angles, were added this
year. Large type typewriters, and
talking books are also used by these
pupils who must spare their eyes in
the preparation of daily lessons.
Good Night, Irene
Learning the proper way to make
a bed is just one of the many things
eighth grade girls discover in home
management. Lessons are of a prac-
tical nature, fitted to the teen-ager,
and can be applied to their daily
problems. Units include discussions
on baby sitting, manners, and getting
along with other members of the
family by sharing the responsibility
of building a happy home. Questions,
dropped by the girls into a 'lProblem
Box," are talked over in group dis-
Mrs. Pruitt otfers to Arlene
Kden, Janet Johnson,
Seventh graders Norman Viola, Ronnie Strote, Sarah Martarano, Patricia Ponkus listen to
t lking book, using earphone attachments which make it possible for them to hear without
Itis Only Make-Believe
Constructing miniature stages is just one of the
activities engaged in by students in the dramatics
classes. Before making the stage, the pupils must
become familiar with the various stage positions,
and be able to arrange the entire setting so it will
be visible to everyone in the audience. Orange
crates are often used for the stage proper. Sec-
tions of wall paper, small carpets, and doll furni-
ture are a few of the props used in furnishing these
model stages. Strings of Christmas tree lights are
put to work as bright-colored footlights. Very
small dolls become the actors on these make-be-
lieve stages, and some students designed and made
costumes for a complete cast of characters from
hero to villain. Dramatics class projects include
giving short skits or pantomimes, working on
sound effects or lights, learning how to apply
make-up, making and wearing costumes, produc-
ing radio shows, and studying the lives and plays
of famous actors and actresses of the day.
Jack Anderson arranges a book-case in his living-room set.
The Stage is Set
XVhile studying the western move-
ment and the development of the
XVest, eighth grade social pupils
made models to illustrate phases of
pioneer life. Homes, lndian villages,
and stage coaches were favorites.
The ninth grade girls who elect
foods courses probably hope to qual-
ify as future housewives. They learn
to prepare many tasty dishes, as well
as complete well-balanced meals.
They study nutrition, proper diet,
how to set a table, and how to serve
a meal. The girls work in small
groups, and take turns being guest
or waitress as they sample the foods
they have prepared in class.
Miss Kricguer watches R. Amie.-San, P.
Wiebster remove muflins from oven. as D, Rob-
bins, H. Smith, L. Salarliuo, M, Hollingsworth
mix their batter.
Leslie Johnson, Ronnie Husmann, Evelyn Tomlinson, ,Terry
social science class models.
The Rope of Success
Rope climbing is a sport which re-
quires plenty of skill, stamina, and en-
durance. Other exercises, intended to
improve the physical condition of the
boys, are push-ups, sit-ups, and endur-
ance running. Each boy is required
to pass a test by doing a minimum
number of sit-ups and push-ups. Soon
after school begins in the fall, the foot-
ball season is in full swing, and all boys
in gym class play touch football. XVith
the approach of winter, interest swings
to basketball. Spring Finds the boys on
the playground ,for baseball.
Many experiments and demon-
strations in general science classes
must be done by the teacher. Occa-
sionally, two or three pupils may
conduct the entire experiment alone.
Eighth graders study the 92 ele-
ments and how to separate them
from the forms in which they are
found. By tests they learn how these
elements are put together to form
substances, and how they can be
taken out of these substances.
Quentin Bourklzmd, Lowell Johnson, Mans-
fornl Gustafson, Ronald Akey conduct tests for
hard and soft water.
f Audiss-Syvatsley, Susan Lower, Tommy Rader, Pete Royster, John Petsch prepare figurines
or hrs! lu-mg.
Take a Letter, Please
The clickety-click sound of typewrit-
ers comes from Room 2l4 where 30
machines are used each day by futuie
stenographers and secretaries of the
Rockford business world. The task
seems hopeless as the new pupil gazes
at blank keys, but with much practice
comes proficiency, and soon he dis-
covers that he can type, A standard
exercise book is used for practice drills.
Frequent speed tests check the pupil's
progress, and thoughts of future speed
tests encourage him to stay with it and
do the best he can. Y
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Ready, Smooth, Fire
Starting with a shapeless blob of
clay, the pottery pupil shapes and
molds the lump into a rough figure
or bowl. Then it is smoothed, fired,
and glazed. After the linal firing, it
becomes a lasting ornament.
Peterson, J. Ostrom
A. Carlstrom, E.
V Carlsoug C21 G. Nelson, K. Nelson, V. Hall, J.
P. Kjell, B, Laude, M, Lindfofsg co s. Carl-
Some 64Bear,' Facts
Pupils in Miss Quinn's eighth
grade social science classes have de-
veloped a chart called a Time Line.
This consists of a long strip marked
off into centuries. The centuries, in
turn, are divided into decades and
years. On small slips of different
colored paper, famous events in his-
tory are printed. These slips are
fastened on to the Time Line under
the date on which they happened.
XVars, depressions, presidential elec-
tions, and other important historical
events stand out in colorful array on
the Time Line.
Roger Bear, Sllarryn Roach, Ronnie Ring
:uld new events to Time Line.
Marlene Holmberg, Dolores Lindenberg, Nancy Simonson, Karline Stohle,
Sandra Nelson, Mary Yanstnneg Theorlora Mcfoy Kfrontb cut. measure. cut.
Ninth graders, who elect Latin, soon
find themselves deep in the study of a
foreign language. An entirely new
vocabulary must be learned, and much
time is spent on word drills. Since over
60 per cent of our English words come
from Latin words, the study of Latin
is helpful in building up our English
vocabulary. Latin abbreviations in
common use today, as well as frequent-
ly used Latin phrases are also studied.
Latin I and H at Lincoln form the hrst
year of a major or minor for those who
wish to continue with advanced work
at East High.
Placing the pattern correctly on the
material is one of the many tricks in
making a well-fitting garment. Seventh
grade girls are required to take one
semester of clothing, and eighth and
ninth graders may elect further work.
Many of the well-dressed girls in
school are wearing skirts or dresses
made in their sewing classes.
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Pretty Poster Paint
Business practice pupils pass by
old-fashioned posters in favor of the
three-dimensional variety. Using
wood, yarn, cloth, matches, sponge,
wire, pipe cleaners, and tooth picks
they construct these unusual posters
which have depth as well as height
- and width. The posters illustrate
various phases of transportation or
communication. Other topics studied
are types of insurance, budgeting,
alphabetizing and tiling, business let-
ters, banking, and mail. In a class
!, ,K "post officey' they practice wrapping,
weighing, and mailing packages.
1 model subway designed by John.
Julius Denny and John Clausen work on
Seventh grade boys are required to
take one semester of mechanical draw-
ing. They learn to do simple lettering,
read a ruler, and follow a blueprint to
make scale drawings. The drawing
room is equipped with special desks,
drawing boards, and high stools. Boys
who plan to be engineers take this
course to learn accuracy and neatness.
Jerry Stalcup, Long, Jerry Carter use triangle for precision sketches.
Nancy Jean Johnson scored 100 on last test, so she holds flash cards for today's drill.
ili 3QQQfl Q liit ia.. J I si'i uiek as a Flash
Visual aids in math classes are very
useful in helping a pupil really 'see'
what is meant by various mathematical
terms or figures. Drawings picture arcs,
radii, diameter, area, volume, percent-
ages, and proportions. Special charts
illustrate certain mathematical rules or
laws. Flash cards are used for practice
l on percentages. These cards can be
used for oral drill work, or with written
tests. Constant drill is necessary if the
pupils are to develop speed and ac-
curacy in solving everyday problems
- ui in mathematics.
Plane as Could Be
The unit "How Machines Help Men
Do lYork" is pretty confusing for ninth
grade general science students. Class
demonstrations show the workings, the
advantages, and disadvantages of the
six simple machines: Wedge, screw, in-
cline plane, wheel and axle, pulley, and
first, second, and third-class levers.
Nlfith a series of experiments the teach-
ers show the pupils which type of ma-
chine is best suited for different kinds
A Stitch in Time
Girls in clothing classes learn vari-
ous stitches and fundamental processes
which are needed in embroidery or
sewing. They make samplers on which
. they work rows of different stitches.
After this practice, they are ready to
tackle a bigger job. They may make
skirts, blouses, jackets, or dresses. Sev-
eral electric sewing machines are avail-
able for use by these girls.
Mary Vanstone, Sandra Nelson, Karline Stohle
machine stitch their new skirts.
,Elfanlec Blackstone, Ronny Young, Mary Brentner, Mr. Lausch experiment with planes and
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Life-Line in the Library
The card catalogue, the life-line of the library,
is used by those looking for a certain book or a
certain type of book. Cards in the catalogue are
arranged alphabetically. Each card lists the author,
name of the book, subject matter, and call num-
ber. This call number indicates the shelf or room
in which the book is to be found. Every book has
three cards in the file, being listed under author,
under title, and under subject. Thus, if a pupil
knows the name of the book, but not the author,
he can find its card on file. Then, too, if he does
not know a title, but wants a book about airplanes,
the Marines, medicine, or dogs, he can Find books
listed by subject. Each new seventh grade ling-
lish class tours the library and receives instruc-
tion in using the card catalogue, lYho's XYho,
Reader's Guide, and other source material avail-
able in the library.
John Billstrom consults the English Reading List, as Marjorie
Armour looks for a book in the catalogue.
What? A Preposition?
f'About, above, across, after,
against, along, among, around, at.'l
Some seventh graders learn a long
list of prepositions in a sing-songy
chant. These words are small but
very useful in our language. Some
pupils made posters to illustrate
prepositional phrases, such as 'lun-
der the table", "through the win-
dow", "with his friends", "against
the door", and 'fin the airplanen.
Sally Kullberg, George Swenson, Margaret
Greer, VVayne Johnson, David Carlson made
posters of phrases.
G0 West, Young Man
In the eighth grade we did just
thatgback to the days of Daniel
Boone and Davy Crockett. These
pupils constructed forts, stockades,
and log cabins. The models were
painstakingly put together with
twigs, cardboard, match sticks, and
glue. Cther pupils made colored
maps, showing the course of the
westward movement. Still others
drew pictures or made posters illus-
trating scenes in the life of the pio-
John Hawkinsou, Robert Lunilgren, Gerald Carlson, Janice
More Squirts, Less Squeaks
In machine shop ninth grade boys learn to
operate several different machines. To com-
plete a given job. they must use lathes, shapers,
milling machines, and electric drills. Each boy
is required to make a simple hand toolfa steel
handled screw-driver or hammer. In making a
screw-driver, for example, the boy starts with
a piece of cold rolled steel, He faces and cen-
ters the ends, and then turns a diameter. He
pounds out and grinds a screw-driver bit,
which is fitted into the handle. A small hole
is drilled, and a steel pin is pounded into the
hole. These hand-made tools are very durable
and can be used by the boys long after they
have left school. The boys are taught to ob-
serve safety-first rules on the job, and roll up
their sleeves, put rings and Watches in their
pockets. and tuck in neckties before they start
to work on a machine.
VVilliam 'Houghton oils his machine to keep it in good work-
Clay made scale models of forts
neers, showing how they looked and
how they dressed.
Such a 66Big Helpw
Scattered about the library are
several small rooms in which pupils
who are engaged in some group proj-
ect may work together without dis-
turbing other pupils studying in the
main library I'OOII1. Here they may
practise saying their general science
tloor-talks, or English book reports.
During class play rehearsals, cast
members cue each other on play
Stuart Linrlstrom, lylarilyn Baxter, Timmy
Johnson read lirics for "Big Help."
Quentin Bourkland, Dale Lodin solder handles for sugar scoops.
Paul Larson reads Spanish from ri book held by Sandy Anderson. Marie Peters, Marnita
Foster, Nancy Allison: fseatedj Sharon Olson, Phyllis Sjostrom, Mary Brentner, Margie Lind-
furs watch and listen attentively.
Under the direction of Mr. Fred
-lohnson, the boys in home mechan-
ics study about electricity. They
learn about circuits, and how to
splice wires. One of their projects is
wiring a doorbell. They also prac-
tise fixing cords on household ap-
pliances. ln learning to do simple
soldering jobs, they make cookie
cutters or sugar scoops out of tin
cans which they bring from home.
This course trains a boy to be able
to do minor repair jobs at home for
Habla Vd. Espanol?
i'Buenos dias," and 'AC0mo esta?,'
Spanish is one of the two languages
which may be studied by ninth graders,
During fifth hour when the Spanish
class meets, a chance visitor would find
the students busily engaged reading,
speaking, and writing in Spanish. A
favorite pastime is attempting to pro-
nounce ojo, rojo, dijo, hijo, and mujer.
One of the newest additions to the
Spanish class is a wire recorder. They
have fun recording their own voices,
reading in Spanish, and then play them
back to find if they sound like real
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Read 'Em and Learn
The library is put to good use by
many pupils doing assignments. There
are sets of Britannica, Americana,
Compton's, and XVorld Book, reference
books for general and social science,
books about occupations, XVho's XVho,
atlases, world almanacs, and many pe-
riodicals. The library subscribes to
about 50 weekly and monthly maga-
zines, special favorites of teen-agers. A
long list of popular fiction is available
for pupils reading for book reports or
just for their own pleasure.
A very logical project in studying
about a foreign country is to become
familiar with the stamps of the country.
Mr. Gritzbaugh, social science teacher,
has an excellent collection of stamps.
Because of his interest in this hobby,
he encourages students to start stamp
collections, advises them, and helps
them get the stamps they want.
Nancy Johnson, a stamp' enthusiast, looks at
Mr, Gri!zbaugh's collection.
Myrna Johnson and Margie Linnlfors check over the reference material available for their
notebook on "Occupations"
Four of Mrs. Machek's art pupils End worthwhile subjects on the north lawn.
Back to Nature
As the birds start singin', and the
bees start buzzin', and buds start
bloomin', Lincoln art classes turn to
Mother Nature for inspiration. Self-
expression is stressed in all classes.
Pupils use water-color paints, chalk,
crayons, and charcoal to draw realistic,
as well as imaginative pictures. In the
fall, and again on nice spring days,
these budding artists carry their draw-
ing boards outdoors. Sitting on the
grass, they sketch landscape, houses, or
the school building itself.
No Place Like Home
In studying the history of Rockford
many eighth graders realized more fully
that members of their own families have
had a part in the early history of our
city. Class discussion brought to light
many such incidents, and the pupils
decided to arrange an exhibit to show
their connections with early Rockford
families. The display included old
relics, photographs, books, a Bible,
bulletins and programs from church
services, and even a membership card
for the Volunteer Fire Department.
Whose Dry Bones?
During the first semester, ninth
grade general science classes study
about the human body: the structure
of the body, the various organs, and
their functions. From reference books
and class discussions they learn how
the body takes in food, and provides
for its individual cells. This study is
made clearer with the help of charts,
movies, and models of internal organs.
Bob Strawn, Donna. Vlfallin, Orville Rexroat
hear Mr. Lausch explain importance of salt in
Bob Malmgren, Prudence Jackson, Carol Johnson, Earlynn Shaw, Jerry Carlson, Tom Loy,
john Russell: fkncm-ling! Edward Fox, Gary Shaver brought articles for the exhibit.
Lineoln's Pin-Up Girls
"lVould you help me hang my skirt ?" is a ques-
tion to be heard in the sewing classes. Every
seventh grade girl takes one semester of sewing.
She learns various embroidery stitches, and how
to operate a sewing machine. Eighth and ninth
grade girls who wish to become more proficient in
this skill may elect more work along this line. At
the beginning of the semester the girls learn the
fundamentals of knitting and Crocheting. They
knit mittens, socks, purses, beanies, and scarves.
They crochet pot-holders, hats, doilies, and coin-
purses. Later in the year the girls work on cotton
dresses, blouses, skirts, or pajamas. At the end of
the course the girls present a style show to which
they invite their mothers. At that time they ar-
range exhibits of towels, scarves, and other small
articles, and they model the clothes they have
Marilyn Smuck and Margaret Christotterson pin up the skirts
of Sally McKnight and Nancy Simonson,
It's a Toss-Up
All girls at Lincoln take three years
of work in physical education, either
gym or swimming. Besides doing
calesthenics and physical fitness ex-
ercises, they learn to play many games.
In addition to taking part in the game
themselves, they are frequently called
on to referee. VVritten tests are given
to determine how well the girls have
learned the rules of each game.
Bessie YVallace serves as referee 'for Earlynn
Shaw, Suzanne Buss. Joanne Erickson, Sue Hol-
Dorothy Castree, Yolanda Mauro look over books in room library, as Darrell Carlson
XVood, joel Peterson, Dale Anderson play game of "words."
Push Button Control
Rockford is one of the leading machine tool
manufacturers in the world. Many of our factories
make small tools, and others build the machines
on which these tools are made. Many of the skilled
workers in these factories had their earliest shop
training in the Lincoln junior High industrial arts
courses. Now, sons of these workers are among
the boys who are beginning to prepare for careers
in industry. The industrial arts department offers
six courses during the three-year term: printing,
home mechanics, wood shop, mechanical drawing,
auto shop, and machine shop. Some of the sub-
jects are required of all boys, and others may be
chosen as electives.
Charles Boothby, Jerry Sehmaling are two of the ninth grade
boys who elected machine shop.
Quick on the Draw
Pupils in English classes strive to
improve their ability to read with un-
derstanding, and to express themselves
well in speaking or writing. Current
magazines and newspapers are sources
of, interesting information used in oral
reports. By listening to other pupils
giving reports, they learn what to do as
well as what not to do. Pupils who
have difficulty with reading are as-
signed to small groups for individual
help. Their special lessons make them
faster and more accurate readers.
ln the last few years many Rockford
residents have vacationed in Mexico
or South America. Of course, they re-
turned home loaded with souvenirs of
their trip. Many of these souvenirs
find their way into our class rooms, as
the youngsters of the family bring to
school, for exhibits, travel folders, gay
shawls, bright dresses, skirts, or belts,
and colorful baskets.
Bob Sabin, David Krivan, Paula Mintz, Diane
Nelson act out a scene in the Mexican market-
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Many Happy Returns
General Language is really a preview
course in which pupils have a taste of
four different languages to discover
which they prefer. This subject is elec-
tive for eighth graders, and after this
sampling they select which language
they wish to study more thoroughly as
ninth graders. The four languages
studied are Latin, French, Spanish, and
German. Besides learning a new vo-
cabulary, the pupils read about the
daily life, food, games, pastimes, and
customs of the people who speak these
Sleepy Time Gang
Draniatics is designed for those who
are interested in the theater and the
entertainment world. During the year
they study facial expressions and pan-
tomime, give readings, skits, and short
plays. They learn how to speak clearly
and distinctly, and how to make their
voices carry to an audience. Once a
year they put to practice all they have
learned about acting, staging, lights,
costumes, and make-up, when they give
a play for the student assembly.
In celebration of the birthday of Rome. founded in 753 B.C., general language students made
tags to wear: fstanrlingl Bill Vl'etterstrand, John Ellis: Cseatcdj Toni Palmer, Lillie Bell Mac-
lm, Annetta Sandman.
Hear That Pin Drop?
Every ninth grader is assigned to a
library study period each day. Here a
very complete collection of reference
by books and source material helps him
work out the lessons assigned by his
class teachers. Three or four pupils
are seated at each large table, They
are free to leave their places to get any
books or magazines they may need to
keep them busy.
Shirley Ekstein, Tommy Doane, Donald Boyer
take advantage of library study period to finish
Knowing how to change or fix a
Hat tire might be a very handy bit
of information to have under certain
conditions. All the jobs in auto shop
are of a very practical nature, in-
tended to give the boys experience
in doing tasks they may someday be
called on to do. They have a com-
plete set of tools with which to be-
come familiar, and they learn which
tools are best suited for each job.
George Childres waits to use pressure guage after Roger Flood has pumped up tire.
Miss Johnson supervised the construction of the UN Hag by Helen Richardson, Donna Johnson,
Modern Betsy Rosses
Taking part in a nation-wide project
to have every school own a United Na-
tions' Hag, pupils in Mr. Green's ninth
grade social class sent for the neces-
sary materials. Included in the package
were the blue Hag and the white em-
blem to be sewed on it. Pupil volun-
teers from the sewing classes assembled
the Hag which was then displayed on
the social science bulletin board, Also
included in the display were clippings
from newspapers and magazines de-
scribing the work of the UN and out-
lining many of the policies of the group.
Ask Me No uestions
Algebra is the math course elected
by ninth grade students in preparation
for high school and college. Students,
studying this subject, gain a greater
power of reasoning through the intri-
cate problems which they learn in class
to solve. Formulae and equations form
a basis for much of this work, in which
they use letters as well as numbers to
find an answer.
Janet Bartholomew, Ronnie Larson puzzle over
chart illustrating the hyputenuse rule.
Typing is a ninth grade elective. ln
this class pupils are expected to learn
the parts of the typewriter, and the
location of the keys, and to type ac-
curately with a certain degree of speed.
They become acquainted with different
styles of business and personal letters,
as well as manuscript writing. Each
pupil keeps a notebook which contains
completed, corrected examples of each
kind of typing. He also learns to take
good care of his typewriter so it will
give good service.
Raymond Schulz, Dolores Lnwden, Barbara Nelson, Doreen Segerlind are hard at work on a
John Flood, Herman Schmersc run oft' Open House invitations on the large press.
Come to Our Party
All Lincoln tickets, programs, and
other printed material, such as zero-
hour slips and absence blanks are
turned out by seventh graders in print
shop. Mr. Middleton teaches the boys
printing fundamentals, Each boy sets
the alphabet several times to learn the
location of type in the case. job sheets
show the progress of the individual stu-
dents, who are graded on accuracy and
. promptness. The favorite job assign-
ment is running the press where the
, boys see the results of their work in
1 black and white.
Algebra is a Riddle
Algebra pupils learn to add, subtract,
multiply, and divide positive and nega-
tive numbers. They study square root
and put to use their knowledge in
solving everyday problems. Some of
the equations are solved by making
graphs. They find that algebra is the
shorthand of mathematics, and is help-
ful in working out problems with one
or two unknown quantities.
Pat johnson reads the necessary information
from the book as Kay Stites constructs a triangle
in algebra class.
Sandra Lofgren, Ronnie Johnson look over new books in Miss Ruclolph's room library.
l . . .
CllOlCC of a Llfetlme
During the first semester ninth grad-
ers in social study etiquette, health, and
vocations. Common, everyday courte-
sies, and problems in boy-girl and pu-
pil-parent relationships are discussed.
ln the health unit they make a detailed
study of causes and treatments of vari-
ous diseases, and also learn about health
insurance and hospital benefits. Books,
pamphlets, charts, and personal inter-
views are used in preparing their voca-
tion notebooks. They find out about
advantages and disadvantages in pay,
hours, training, and working condi-
tions of different jobs.
My How Interesting
English teachers encourage pupils to
spend some of their leisure time read-
ing good books. ln each classroom
there is a small library of popular
books which the pupils may read in
class, or may check out to read at home.
ln some classes a wire recorder takes
down oral book reports. ln playing
these back, the pupil realizes the im-
portance of being prepared, having
something worth saying, and talking
to be heard by all. A good reporter
stands straight, speaks clearly, and uses
lSiandingl John Rothwell, Delda Collins, Kathryn Berglund, Robert Brockway: Cseaterll Judy
Matheson, Gloria Rubright scan occupation booklets.
,,,,,,,,, """"' A Eternal Triangles
product , .
beventh graders review the four
fundamentals of addition, subtraction,
flUWlHHYi' 'UI' multiplication, and division, which they
t1,ife,-engc A . ww have studied in grade school.. Theyyalso
V study percentages and fractions. Many
charts, diagrams, and models are used
to help pupils learn the names and
W'l"'-NW?" shapes of the different geometric hg-
intcgscr ures which they meet in their daily
quotient - '
Ioan Defanip, Teddy Berg use visual aids pos-
ter to study shapes of geometric designs.
By Land, Sea, or Air
Business practice is a favorite elec-
tive of both eighth and ninth graders.
Check-writing and banking, budgeting,
use of telephone and telegraph, filing,
insurance, and transportation are units
studied. They learn to read a railroad
timetable, make reservations, and order
goods by mail. They become familiar
with various terms and procedures
which they will meet in everyday con-
tacts with the business world.
Arnold Carlson, John Erlandson. Barbara Flood, Carol Ann Nelson show off some work they
have completed for business practice.
fStandingj Sandra Loigren, Carol Bastg Cscatcdb l-lerman Blegcn, Dale Reinhold,
Robert Larson study posters and charts taken from Life Magazine.
This Little Pig Went, T00
The aim of eighth grade general science
teachers is to acquaint students with their
physical surroundings and surrounding liv-
ing things: where they live, how they live,
and how they are used by man in his daily
life. A notebook, with write-ups of experi-
ments demonstrated in class, is required of
each pupil. ln oral floor talks the pupils tell,
in their own words, what they have learned
from each unit. Some time is spent on the
subject of heredity. Discussions on this
topic were lively as pupils talked about which
characteristics may or may not be inherited
by an offspring.
S - Student Council whose members were ushers,
C--Junior Choristers rate with the best.
H -is the Honor Roll naming our scholars,
U - Open House where our parents were guests.
O - concert Orchestra - wait for the downbeat,
L - Lincoln Log's corny jokes and Hooz Hoo.
L- Lincolnettes sang' for ll'-'I'-A ineetings,
I - lnstitute: teachers work while kids snooze.
F - Footlight flashed on our own Talent Tunefup,
E- Entertainments often found S.R.O.
School life this year at Lincoln has had lots of variety
Any time day or night there was someplace to go.
Band Boys Are Heard in Concerts and Assemblies . . .
Sandy Elstad, Bob Pellant, Dick Gillespie, Tom Brady.
Kenneth Fulkrod, Allan johnson, Don Hanson, George Borgman, John Hedrick, Bobby
johnson, Harold Larson.
Bob VVeihman, John Freeberg, Donald Erickson, David Engberg, Jim Castle.
Jack Loy, Clark Lowry, Robert Gibson, Roger Hosfeld, Don Lorine, Robert Malmgrcn.
Jim Peterson, Dick Benson, Dale Hawkinson. Bob Mead, Pete Gibson, Timmy johnson.
Kay Stites, Tony Nelson, Bill Thompson, Philip Skinner, Dennis Mullins, Dale Fitzgerald.
More than 70 boys meet fifth hour
daily rehearsals with the concert band.
of them have been members of school i1
mental groups since entering Lincoln.
sixth graders they took aptitude tests
elementary school, and were assigned
seventh grade band. Here they learned
fundamentals of instrument playing, and
came accustomed to playing in a large g
During their year in eighth grade band
continued this practice and drill. As
graders they became concert band men
As their uniforms they wear white trol
shirt, and sweater, and red cap and
Their sweater bears the red and white
nille lyre, which is the insignia of the
High-stepping baton-twirlers Gerry VV
Karin Malm, Sally Spongberg join the ba
ead Parades and Rallies at Basketball Games
Bob Nelson, Kenneth Malmgren, Lawrence King, Curt Peterson, Danny Peterson, Diek
Newell johnson, Ronnie Bogren, Donald Lunquist, Donald Martinetti, Darrell Bjur, Bur-
Leonard lforss, jim Lindblade, Donald Robb, Phillip Strand, Arnold Nelson, Dale Nelson,
Randy Carlson, Lyle Kruse, Phillip Cudia, Don Allen, john Billstrom, Terry Johnson.
Bradley Hoffman, Tommy Doane, Roger Duttey, John Hallclen, Dick Olson, Donald Boyer.
Axel Rehnberg, Gary Haugdahl, Gene Parson, Robert Guy, XYayne Johnson, Jimmy Abbott.
in May l, 2, and 3, the group presented
T6 assemblies for the student body. They
e joined by members of the seventh and
ith grade sections when they presented
r annual spring concert on May 9,
'irst semester ofihcers were -lack Loy,
sident: Timmy johnson, vice-president:
fer Hosfeld, secretary: Kay Stites, treas-
r. During second semester Donald Robb
'ed as president, Kay Stites, viee-presi-
tg ,lim Lindblade, secretary: Terry hlohn- .
treasurer: Billy Thompson, librarian:
1 Malmgren, assistant librarian. Mr.
-schel is the director. -
"skeleton" band adds pep to cheers and songs ' A
:mme basketball games. T
Orchestra Members Entertain Students
QStandingj Mr. Hall. Beverly lJeXVane, Agness Marshall.
fSeateclJ Norman Erickson, Charles Gustafson, Mary Manning, Suzy Gralin, Priscilla
Dirk Nelson, Ronnie Moline, Shirley johnson, Myrna johnson, .loanlee Blackstone, Karin
Jacobson, Kay McGraw, Dana Terrell.
Marnita Foster, Marian Loy, Marjorie Armour, Sue VVelty, Nancy Shadley, Marilyn Baxter.
Connie Fanor, Sue Nelson, Janice Lindblade, Patsy Danielson, Sue Szenner.
The concert orchestra is another
group which plays an important
school activities. In seventh grade
pupils are divided into two smaller
Those who play stringed instruments
daily with Miss Green, and winds and
cussion groups are under the
Mr. Hall. Following the year of
grade work, intermediate orchestra
continue the practice and rehearsals
prepare them for concert orchestra.
bers of this advanced group play for
lilies each semester. For these
Snappecl at rehearsal: fliackj Mary
Priscilla Elmquist. Suzi Grahng Cmiddlel
Armour, Sue Viielty, Nancy Shadlcyg
Janice Lindblacle, Patsy Danielson.
Play for Teachers, Fond Parents, and P. T. A. Meets
QStandingj Catherine Hawley, Susan Skoog, Frances Copotelli.
CSeateclj Gary Jensen, Betty Linmlvahl, Nancy Eychaner, jo Anne Dahl, Sue Corbett, Marla
Jerry Sypher, Carla Johnson, Lois Bargren, Ann Frowein, Karin Malm, Shirley Ekstein,
Janet Hallstrom, Roberta Hartje, Mary Graham.
Judy Anderson, Nancy Welsh, Susan Cleveland, Lois Strang, Janice Peterson.
they Wear clark skirts or trousers, and navy
blue sweaters with the orchestra emblem.
These official uniforms are worn also when
the members perform at meetings of grade
school P.'l'.A. or other civic groups. Parents
and friends hear the final public performance
of the year which is the annual spring con-
cert iu May. Officers for the 1950-1951 sea-
son were Connie Fanor, presiclentg Betty
Linclvahl, vice-president: -ludy Anderson,
secretary: Janice Lindblade, treasurer, Betty
Lindvahl, Charlotte Phillips, Nancy Ey-
Hard at work: Kay McGraw, Dana Terrell,
Gary Jensen, Betty Lindvahl.
September Squeaks and Squawks Become Melodies in June
Eighth Grade Band
KTUIJ rmvj Gordon Carlson, Charles Lignell, Dale Lodin, Bob Carter, Mansford Gustafson, Kenneth Gerbode, fl1l'.1'f to top! Ron-
ald Ring, Darold Rinedollar, Jimmie Jones, Dene Boyd, Ralph Jacobson, Bruce Johnson, Bernie Johnson, John Erlandson, Tommy
Gustafson, Tom Johnson, Kmiddlvj Jerry Carlson, Alan Swanson, Dennis Sjostrom, Owen Rand, Jerry Carlson, David Carlson, Jerry
Stalcup, Gary Shaver, Arnold Carlson, Lenny Simonson, Seth VVestring, fnvxt fo frantj Gary Fredrickson, Jerome Anderson, Den-
nis Anderson, Bill Judernbruch, Terrel Johnson, Ronnie Underwood, Jim Gladish, Lowell Johnson, Donald Larson, Richard Snivelyg
ffrontj James Vllaskiewicz, Bill Vlfctterstrand, Bob Lundquist, Jim LaRose, Darryl Bayly, John Pawlus, Bob Hallherg, Bob Lundgren,
Jack Timmons, Carlton Johnson.
Seventh Grade Band
ffnp rnivj Mr. Lunn, Gerald Logan, Gary Porter, William Cacciatore, Henry Ebert, LeRoy Dokken, Gary Nelson, John Elofson,
Bob Sabin, Mr. Bueschel, flwxl tn top! Arthur Bergstrom, Tom Johnson, Bob Rainey, Jack Abrahamson, George Prezioso, Dean
Munson, Kenneth Ostrum, Larry Blucher, VVayne Johnson, LeRoy Gibson, David Morrison, fmiddlcj Don Kelley, Jimmy Peterson,
Earl VVhitehead, Dennis Johnson, John Mattoon, Ronald Carlson, David Krivan, Bruce Carlson, Gary Hagelin, Ken Gustafson, Hollis
Crocker, Carl Johnson, Randell Ring, fmw! to frontj Dick Johnson, Brandt Dahlberg, Gary McGraw, Jimmy Anderson, Ronnie
Englund, Dave Akerlund, Michael Kane, Kent Mallquist, John Cook, Don Johnson, Eddie VVood, Lennon Levingston, ffroulj Craig
Heablcr, Neal Gilmour, Delbert Sterling, Charles Mclntosh, James Blixt, Gary Carlson, Jerry Johnson, John Freeman, Richard Bryn-
teson, Spencer Scalander, John Olson, Clarence Lee, Dick Nelson, Donn Gustafson, Clayton Rostamo.
Strings, Winds, and Brass Follow Downbeat of Drums
Eighth Grade Orchestra
fTop rowb Corinne Lindstrom, Carol Bast, Carol Lindgren, Donna likholnig fnext to topj Dale Reinhold, Jack Brand, Cynthia
Golding, Judy McNaughton, Carol Gangestad, Shirley Sherwin, Kenneth Zagnoni, Sandra Lofgren. Julia Rader, Susan Bergstrom,
Jaequelyn Anderson, Mr. Hall: Cnext to bottomj Pauline Swick, Mary Ann Kaplanes. Carolyn Conrad, Barbara Kochel, Janet
liggert, Bobby Gambino, Colleen VVhittington, Julie Carlson, Shirley W'hite, Ann Lindvahl, Mary VVinquist, Chalyce Fracline, Robert
Builta, Roberta Haefererg Chottomj Joan Lorenz, Mary Ann Larson, Pat Van,-Xlstyne, Sandra Brown, Yvonne Lundstrom, David
Zack, Ronnie Lindquist, Phyllis Mosser, Nancy Johnson, Jo Ann Johnson, Betty Berglund, Mary Ellen Berg, Jo Ann Jacobson, Judy
Lane, Gerry Thorn.
Seventh Grade Orchestra
CTop rowl Donna VVl1ite, Donna Rundberg, Dick Townsend, Elsie Carlson, Dorothy Larson, Rosealie Friedberg, Sandra Lindgren,
Shirley Carlson, Doris Carlson, Elizabeth Seeberg, Marguerite Carlson, Diannalee Hanson, Sandra VVerts: Cnext to topj Susan John-
son, VValdine Nelson, Annie Pettersen, Kent Johnson, Pat Uzuanis, Carol Gasoske, Judy Swanson, Norma Jean Kassebaum, Maribeth
Nelson, Betty Jaques, Frederick Freeman, Ted Olson, Thomas Kline, Margaret Carlson, Janice Lindman, Jane Layng, Mr. Hall:
Qnext to bottomj John Fritsch, George Kaplanes, Mary Sue Swanson, Cary Dermer, Judy Peterson, Shirley VVilson, Janet Clark,
Judy Eychaner, Kay Young, Anne Kapcllas, Phyllis Mark, Donna Rapp, Judy Bargren, Judy Gorman, Sonja Anderson, Roberta
Sally: Qbottomj Voyna Anderson, Julianne Holmberg, Karin Ekluncl, Phyllis Beck, Mary Gustafson, Mildred Coons, Lawrence
James, Edward Sanders, Jimmy Miller, James Lane, Marcia Coons, Roberta Green, Cheldred Paluzzi, Claire Cywiak, Suzanne
Bargren, Mary Ann Last.
Four Singing Groups Provide Soloists and Choruses . . .
Donna Johnson, Brandt Cvnstavson, John Clauson, Earl Kallberg, Gerald Stromberg, lrene
Haight, Joan Walant.
Gladys Vale, Lois Bargrcn, Jerry Sypher, Nancy VVelsh, Robert Bell, Joyce XVilliams, Judy
Ronnie Husmann, Dick Kallenbaeh, Frances Copotelli, Marlene Gahm, Mabel McGhee, Joanne
Jackson, Charlene Sisson, Mr. Nelson.
Timmy Johnson, Kris Allen, Kathy Pierce, Charlotte VanderVVal1, Marilyn Baxter, David
Krivan, Shirley Coppoletti.
Doreen Segerlind, Vernetta Clarke, Sonja Edgren, Jeanette Maxwell, Nancy NVelsh, Lucille
Artz, Suzanne Nuss, Mr. Nelson,
Florence Brown, Marlene Knudsen, Dottie Troup, Nancy Eychaner, Mary Ann Latt, Mary
Kaplanes, Rose Crandall, Sharon Olson, Marla Bankson.
Nancy Owens, LaFern Mosier, Ethel Collins, Betty Lindvahl, Mary Ann Larson, Janice Corell.
Every morning before classes begin, the door of Nelson, took part in the Yuletide Song Service orches
Room 117 opens and closes many times as the Chor- tra concert, and the spring festival, Live VVe Slflglllg
isters and Lincolnettes gather for their S :OO o'clock re- The Lincolnettes also assisted at the Talent Tune Up
hearsals. These two groups, directed by Mr. Ronald
For Yuletide Service, Easter Assemblies, Spring Music Festival
Seventh Grade Girls' Chorus
Sandra Olson, Clara Cook, Maribeth Nelson, Mary Ellen Roe, Sandra Nelson, Norma jean
Sales, Bonnie Anderson, Barbara Hay.
lillen Richardson, Karen Nelson, Nancy Peterson, Sandra Magnuson, Sally Kullberg, Elaine
Nelson, Ella Mae Utsey, Mrs. Angus.
Arma Jean Smith, Tontia Ferm, Suzi Lone, Mary Ann Seidel, Karnie Benson, Pauline Finn,
Rebecca Hall, Marlene Holmberg, Deanna Beckwold.
Ronny Cunningham, Bob VVestberg, Terry Lynch, Bobby Deen, Grant Davidson, Richard
Kallenbach, Garland Roberts.
Dennis VVallin, Donald Erickson, Danny Peterson, David Morrison, Ronnie Hulett, Fred
Devine, Robert Rainey.
Edwin Sibley, John Tormohlen, Gyler Nelson, Dean VVanfalt, Donald Kessling, Jimmy Sund-
berg, Mrs. Angus.
Steven Polaski, James Shannon, VVarren Hauser, Chuck Blade, Jim Cook, Ronald Kleckuer,
Early morning rehearsals were routine, too, for the singing groups which met
with Mrs. Angus. All members sang in the Yuletide Service and the spring music
festival, which was given this year in place of the operetta. The Boys' Chorus
furnished the music during the intermission between acts of the class play, Mllhe
Brandt Gustavson, Dale Nelson, ,lim Castle, Delbert Denny, Bob Pellant, Robert Builta, Tom
Hefliu, Art Fredriksen.
Patricia Salgren, Larry Bankord, Eddie Guiclotti, Frances Copotelli, Betty Johnson, Jeanette
Maxwell, Gail Brugger, Sue Hoffman, Mabel McGhee, Clara Cook, Margaret Samorian, Miss
,lack Loy, Margaret Christofferson, Jack Erickson, Bill XYills, Dottie Troup, Keith Carlbom,
Nova Trotter, Joanne Lindquist, Janice Stcrner, Suzie Reed, Patricia Miller, Nancic Carlson.
Gyler Nelson, Tommy Gustafson, Shirley Hedrick, Karolyn Keast, Robert Malmgren. Mans-
ford Gustafson, Norman Erickson, john Pawlus, Charles Gustafson, Mike Lindstrom.
Absent: Dick Nelson, Thomas Schroeder.
The Student Council is one of the two elective organizations at Lincoln. Each
homeroom sends one representative to serve on the Council. The 43 members meet
twice each month to discuss school problems. lfach representative is responsible
for keeping his own homeroom informed about problems discussed at meetings.
Members also take to the Council suggestions made by their classmates in home-
room. Duties of the Council are varied. Members act as guides for the Open House
when parents come to visit our school. Some of the group were ushers for the
Christmas program, the ninth grade class play, and Live XVe Singing. To help
raise funds for their various activities, the Council sponsors a candy sale each year,
Another job often assigned to S. C. representatives in homerooms is the collection
of contributions for various charitable organizations such as March of Dimes,
Cancer Drive, Heart Campaign, and the sale of Christmas seals for the Tuberculosis
jack Loy, a ninth grader, served as president, Shirley Hedrick, eighth grade,
vice-president: and seventh-grader, Nova Trotter as secretary. Miss Bowman is
Ninth Grade Representative Council
Kay Stites, Susan Cleveland, Judy Matheson, Dick Olson, Jim Anderson, Art Fredriksen,
Ronnie Adams, Tom Forsberg.
Jack Shaw, Allan Johnson, Patricia Austin, Sue Szcnner, Roger Stange, Gary Jensen, Janet
Bartholomew, Gail Nelson.
Don Anderson, Delda Collins, Teddy Ingrassia, Don Erickson, Don Forkner, Katherine Carl-
son, Nancy Eychaner, Donna Johnson, Lilly Nilsen.
Absent: Nancy Allison, George Collison, Carolyn Fredin, Nancy Garrett, Helen Grattlo,
Kathryn Hall, Richard Huston, Georgia Palmer, Danny Peterson, Orville Rexroat.
Early in the school year, each ninth grade homeroom elected one boy and one girl
to represent the group on Ninth Grade Council. Meeting with Mr. Paul johnson,
the class adviser, the students are responsible for planning and carrying out activi-
ties for ninth graders. During the first semester, they took orders for class pins.
In December they organized the campaign for the election of class officers. Home-
rooms submitted names to be considered and then the Council made up the final
slate of candidates. They supervised the work of the campaign managers and spon-
sored a campaign assembly at which candidates were introduced.
'KAbe,s Frontier Get-Up", a gala evening of family fun for ninth graders and their
parents, was worked out by this Representative Council. Paws and maws joined
their younguns, dressed as they would have dressed in Lincoln's day. Prizes were
given for the best costumes, and there were games, movies, contests, dancing, and
refreshments for all. A talent show climaxed the evening of gayety. The final job
of the Representative Council was the planning of the ninth grade class party on
Junior Red Cross Council
Beverly Hager, Priscilla Swenson, Janet Bartholomew, Karen Bruce, Joel Peterson, Grant
Davidson, Irene I-Iaight.
Marilyn Baxter, Dianne Olson, Gail Brugger, Doris Johnson, Lucille .-Xrtz, Gretchen Vklcgner,
Jean Lundquist, Ronnie Husniann.
Catherine Hawley, Marcia Sherman, Dixie Robbins, Judy Long, Sharon Clark, Corinne Mc-
Canna, Marge Sjostrom, Joyce Karwelis.
4Joan Learnan, Jackie Anderson, Roberta Jane Haeferer, Pauline Finn, Delores Anderson,
Larol Carlson. .V
Jerry Drake, John Fritsch, Diane Nelson, Judy Ifychaner, Marjorie Kindstrom, Sue Johnson,
Richard Duffy, Jerry Carlson, Bruce Carlson.
Marge Sjostrom, David Zack, John Fritsch, lrcnc Haight. Karen Bruce, Marilyn Baxter, and
Tunior Red CI-OSS Council is coin- Ckncelingj Grant Davidson packed box for overseas shipment.
posed of representatives from each
homeroom. These students serve as
school agents of the national chapter of
the American Junior Red Cross. They
help enroll Lincoln students during the
membership drive, and take charge of
collecting articles to be sent to students
in a foreign country. A huge wooden
chest, made by the boys in Mr. Ginn's
shop class, was filled with school sup-
plies, toilet articles, clothing, and
games. Several J.R.C. members made
weekly visits to help entertain young
patients in the polio convalescent ward
at St. Anthony's hospital. A Lincoln
student, Irene Haight, served this year
as president of the lVinnebago County
Junior Red Cross Council. Irene and
Miss Edna Johnson, adviser, attended
a state conference in Monticello, Illi-
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Ronald Myers, Tom Carlson, Elmer Martin, Bob Bell, David Alexander, Delbert Denny,
Chester Carlson, Jerry Burman, Mr. Fowler. Q
Tommy Holmbo, Jerry Johnson, Michael Lindstrom, Ordean Blegen, Dennis VVallin, Donald
Gasch, Charles McIntosh, John Tormohlen, Jackie Timmons.
Herman Blegen, VVilliam St. John, Earl Whitehead, Dennis Johnson, Hollis Crocker, Jack
Abrahamson, Mike Kane, Jerry Drake.
Traffic boys are volunteers who sign up to help maintain order in the corridors,
auditorium, and on the playground. Before school, and during all three lunch
periods they are assigned to special posts. They are on duty to enforce rules and
regulations which have been adopted for the benefit of the entire school body. Each
boy wears a Traffic Club badge, and carries a pad of summonses, which he hands
out to pupils who are offenders. Skipping stairs, running in the halls, chewing gum,
or eating outside of the cafeteria are violations for which a pupil may be called in to
court. Court meets every Friday during homeroom. Here the judge listens to the
excuses or alibis of those summoned before him. Penalties vary from warnings to
one or more zero-hours, depending on the seriousness of the misbehavior. Traffic
boys are also responsible for checking on bikes and motor scooters to see that they
are locked while they are parked on the bicycle rack. Ofhcers were David Alexan-
der, judgeg Bob Bell, clerk.
P. Mark, L. Pearson, M. Johnson, B. Blunck, M
Nelson, D. Rapp, M. Roe, R. Friedberg, J. Peterson
C. Cook, A. Pettersen, S. Magnuson, N. Simonson, E
M, Last, J. Lindman, B. Hawn, S. Olson, K. Nelson
S. Stormont, A. Kevetter. S. VVikstrom, D. Carlson
S. McKnight, B. VVikstrom.
J. Diamond, B. Bird, B. Jaques, E. Hanson, J
Holmberg, M. Johnson, J, Layng, P. Uzuanis, J
Steffa, D. Carlbom, P. Larson.
P. Garman, S. Jacobson, J. Anderson, J. Eychaner
IJ. Beckwold, M. Kindstrom, D. Rundberg, B. Smith
, P. Mintz, D. Ganka, M. Rourke.
patrick, S. Pochert, C. Bear, D. Nelson.
Porter, V. Schmitt, G. Vale, J, McDonald, J. Johnson,
S. Spongberg. M. Nelson, J. Johnson. P. VanAl-
Styne, M. McCammond, M. Samorian, C. Anderson,
D. Holm, K. Gustafson.
K. Kjell, J. Griffin. J. Erickson. G. Thorn, B.
Briggs, C. Hawley, S. Krause, R. Reynolds.
C. Yardley, J. Lorenz, G. Armato, A. Aden, B. John-
son, J. Johnson, M. Lindskold, S. Roach.
C. Anderson, S. Brown, L, Bargren, L. Artz, C.
Johnson, S. Nuss, S. Lofgren, J. Leonard, J. Carlson.
M. Hinton, M. Ashlock, M. Kaplanes, M. Latt, M.
Horst, K. Johnson, K. Conard, E. Farb, M, Johnson,
N. Cunningham, D. Terrell, C. Hager, J, Parod, S.
Olander, D. Erickson, L. Paniuski, A. Marshall, C.
S. Lower, S. Ballard, R. Haeferer, J, Leaman, M.
Sjostrom, E. Shaw, J. DeMoss, N. Norsen, C. Johnson.
Mary Ann Young, Jean Paris: cheerleaders.
Members of the Pep Club join with the cheerleaders
to promote good sportsmanship, improve school spirit,
and encourage loyal support of all athletic contests. The
official emblem of the group is the red and blue beanie,
which the girls wear to all games and meets, so they will
be recognized as club members. Meetings are held in
P. Allen, C. Johnson, T. Aumann, P. Beck, V. Fitz-
S. Edgren, P. Salgren. S. Hallstrom, N. VVelsh, K:
B, VVernstrom, S. Szenner, J. Vincer, D. Hagherg
K. Bruce, M. Johnson, C. Fredin, S. Arriek, R. Hartje
J. Lindblade, E. Berry, C. Lundberg, D. Johnson
B. Nelson, V. Carlson, S. Johnson, J. Maxwell, F
Copotelli, N. Glomp.
P. Lindberg, J. Houy, B. Lindvahl, N. Eychaner
J. Ostrorn, N. Allison, S. Wahlstrom, S. Skoog, C
C. Johnson, L. Temporali, M. Reed, P. Johnson, S
Johnson, H. Prezioso, D. Encerti, S. Hoffman, B
Rosetta Rathlce, Betty Powers: cheerleaders.
L. Oakey, E. Peterson, P. Seeberg, G. Nelson, P
Swenson, B. O'Brien, D. Johnson, S. Lager, J. Clark
C. Forsell, C. Floody, M. Lindquist, M. Brentner.
A. Melin, B. Johnson, M. Flodin, D. Prentice, N
Sells. S. Nelson, B. Chesbrough, P. Tagrin, J. Hall-
strom, G. Brugger, B. VVernstrom, J. Anderson.
S. Carlson, R. Anderson, J. Widergren, A. Gustaf-
son, J. Corell, M. Armour, H. Grattlo, N. Carlson, B
VVest, M. Kersehner, C. Bjork.
J. Murray, P. Danielson, L. Nilsen, P. Soter, M
Swanson, S. Olander, K. Malm, M. Nordstrom, N
Nelson, B. Hanson, D. Winter.
G. Lindquist, M. Graham, R. Griffin, D. Troup, C.
Fanor, S. Anderson, S. Olson, A. Frowein, J. Morri-
son, L. Keller.
M. Peters, D. Montague, J. Larson, L. Martin, S.
Aldeen, M. Lundstrom, C. MeCanna, M. Coppoletti, E.
Brandenberg, K. Lund.
Rae Ann Patterson, Margie Peters: cheerleaders
Jean. Rae Ann
Mary Ann Margie
the girls' gym during homeroom period. All members
are required to attend meetings where they learn new
yells and practice the old favorites. Cheerleaders were
chosen by Mrs. Calacci, Miss Brouse, and Rae Ann
Patterson, head cheerleader.
Girls' Athletic Club
D. Greim, G. Vale, M. Swenson, M, Spice, N
holm, L. Bargren, M. Wilmer.
C. Anderson, K. Conard, F. Farb, P. Van Alstync
S. Holman, B. Bengston, S. Eclgren, M. Horst, N
Johnson, M. Kaplanes, J. Johnson.
C. Carlson, L. Paniuski, R. Reynolds, G. Thorn
M. Nelson, D. Holm, M. Ashlock, M. Johnson, A
Marshall, A. Liudvahl, J. Paris.
M. Winquist, C. Hawley, C. Lindgren, P. Jackson
R. Haeferer, N. Cunningham, S. Larson, L. Tangorra
J. Griffin, M. Young.
J. Wisner, M. Sjostrom, D. Anderson, C. Carlson
S. Bergstrom, S. Olander, S. Hedrick, J. Rosborough
J. Lorenz, K. Keast.
A. Pettersen, J. Bargren, M. Nelson, D. Rapp, J
Peterson, C. Cook, B. Blunck, K. Nelson.
S. Wilson, E. Hanson, D. Castree, P. Mark, J
Holmberg, K. Young, J. Lindman, D. Spencer.
M. Kindstrom, C. Larson, C. Gasoske, B. Bird, P
Finn, P. Uzuanis, V. Fitzpatrick, N. Johnson, D
son, J. Eychaner, M. Coons, P. Garman.
Girls' Athletic Club is an extra-curricular activity.
Basketball, ping-pong, baseball, badminton, tennis, vol-
ley-ball, bowling, golf, and swimming are some of the
sports enjoyed by the girls who are active in G.A.C.
Service, mainly for ninth graders, includes refereeing
at games, taking care of G.A.C. equipment, life guarding
at the pool, and dressing-room duties. Points are given
for participation in each sport, and a girl must "go in"
four times to be kept on the list. Awards are made on a
total point system. The first award is given for 100
VVelsh, K. Porter, V. Schmitt, S. Hallstrom, D. Ek-
J. Peterson, M. Coons, J. Gorman, P. Allen, P. Lar-
Girls, Athletic Club
V. Frandsen, S. Szenncr, B. Wernstrom, J. Mathe-
son, M. Johnson, P. Swenson, D. Prentice, J. Lind-
H. Clicsbrougli, Xl. Nordstrom, M. Lindquist, N.
Sells, H. Grattlo, D. Flood, C. Forsell, D. Encerti,
S. Olson, S. Olander, V. Lukitis, E. Bcrry, B. Pow-
ers, M. Kcrschner, D. Johnson, L. Nilsen, C. Floody.
C. McCanna, R. Griffin, R. Anderson, J. Hallstrom
P. Tagrin, C. Lundgren, K. McGraw, D. Troup, D.
J. Clark, S. Cleveland, J. Blackstone, B. O'Brien, D.
Hagberg, K. Jacobson.
F. Copotelli, S. Hoffman, B. DeVVane, V. Carlson,
M. Turner, L. Temporali, P. Lindberg.
R, Patterson, R. Rathke, S. Bengston, P. Elmquist,
D. Swenson, M, Lundstrom, D. XVinter.
l N. Eychaner, J. Houy, S. Johnson, M. Butterbaugh,
. E. Peterson, S. VVahlstrom, B. Lindvahl.
l points, the second for 200 points, and the coveted "L,"
exactly like the one awarded boys on athletic teams,
goes to the girls who build up 300 points. Tournaments
were held in golf, tennis, volleyball, and basketball.
Movies, showing how to improve their bowling game,
were shown to girls interested in this activity. Officers
for the '50-'51 season were Dottie Troup, president,
Rae Ann Patterson, vice-president, Susan Bengston,
secretary. Miss Brouse served as faculty sponsor.
Dorothy Hagberg, Diane Prentice, Barbara VVernstrom, Beverly O'Brien, Priscilla Swenson,
Helen Grattlo, Betty Powers.
Sara Olander, Nancy Eychaner, Carol Floody, Carolyn Fredin, Betty Chesbrough, Loretta
Temporali, Rita Anderson.
Rae Ann Patterson, Rogene Griffin, Dottie Troup, Joanne Vincer, Mildred Reed, Sue Hoff-
man, Betty Lindvahl, Jean Houy.
Eighth and Seventh Grade
Charlene Anderson, Carolyn Conrad, Joy Johnson, Sonja Edgren, Katherine Porter, Sandra
Lofgren, Julie Carlson, Carol Anderson, Carol Strote.
Phyllis Garman, Carol Ann Nelson, Sandra Atchison, Sandra Kruse, Nancy Cunningham,
Marian Loy, Louise Tangorra, Laura Madden, Caroline Yardley.
The Y-Teen Association promotes fellowship and understanding among girls of
all races, creeds, and colors. These junior members of the Y.XV.C.A. meet each
week. Because of a large turnout at a November Uget-acquainted party," it was de-
cided to organize two separate groups: ninth graders, and seventh-eighth graders.
Miss Elizabeth Kamps, city Y-Teen director, was assisted in her work hy several
Rockford College girls who helped supervise the activities of the club.
Lincoln Log Staff
CAhovej Pearson, Haight, Bruce
keep subscriber thermometer up to
CTopJ Standing: Jim Castle,
Kathy Pierce, Mildred Reed, Betty
Lindvahl. VVarren Robertson, staff
Seated: Mary Manning, Karen
Bruce, feature editorsg Dave Carl-
son, sports editor.
CBottomJ Standing: Ncwswrit-
ers: Janice Corell, Gerald Friend,
Mary Ann Coppoletti, Roger Lund-
strom. Sue Szenner,
Seated: Doreen Pearson, Joanne
Jackson, news editors: Dave Roc,
editor-in-chief: Irene Haight, busi-
The Lincoln Log is our school newspaper, which is published every two weeks.
Every other Thursday afternoon, pupils in homerooms catch up on the latest news,
and stories when the Log has been distributed. Over 1,000 students subscribed to
the paper. Subscriptions are taken by the semester. Ninth grade students, selected
and supervised by adviser, John Redenius, fill the duties of staff members. Assign-
ments are made for each issue, and the students gather the facts, write the articles,
read proof, paste dummies, and distribute the finished copies to homerooms. First
semester Lincoln Log won All-American rating in the National Scholastic Press
Association Critical Service.
Abe's Album Staff
John Freeberg, Joan VValant, Tom Vaughn, Stuart Lindstrom, Phil Skinner, Janet Barth-
olomew, Donna Johnson, Priscilla Elmquist, Miss O'Donnell,
Bob Bell, Ann-Marie Melin, Susan Bengston, Billy Thompson, Margaret Vlialker, Jack Sabin,
Bill VVorthington, Gerry Werling, Judy Anderson.
jean Houy, Sandy XVah1strom, Suzanne Peterson, Dorothy Arbogast, Joanne Yincer, Barbara
Nelson, Cynthia Lundberg, Don Forkner, Phil Stand.
Sandy Anderson, Roberta Johnson, Eleanor Houser, jo Anne Dahl, Phyllis Sjostrom, Mary
Manning, Sue VVelty, Marcia Sherman, Barbara Bishoff,
Absent: Kenneth Cameron.
Three separate committees of students had a hand in producing the 1951 Abe's
Album. The business staff was responsible for contacting merchants who wished to
advertise in the annual, selling tickets for various assembly programs, sponsored
during the year, and taking student subscriptions for the book. To help pay produc-
tion costs the staff sponsored Captain Paul Dry: "Romance on the High Seas,"
Kirk Bennett: "The Man XVho Knew Lincoln," jessie Rae Taylor, character artist,
and Staples, the magician. A show, to have been given by the Melody Four, Swiss
bell-fingers, had to be cancelled when a heavy january snowfall and freeze stranded
the performers in Durand. The second annual Talent show, "Talent Tune-Upf'
was given on March 16 and 17.
The photography crew helped the publications' photographer, Mr. Nelson, take
pictures, and also worked in the darkroom, developing negatives, and making
prints. The editorial staff took over the task of working out a theme, laying out
ideas, mounting pictures, and doing write-ups.
All members of the regular staff are ninth graders, chosen by Miss O'Donnell,
adviser. The business staff is assisted by seventh and eighth grade representatives
who sell tickets in their homerooms.
Abe's Album Staff in Action
Upper left: Joan VValant, Barbara Bisholf, Frances Copotelli, and
Dorothy Arbogast made streamers for color day.
Upper right: Gail Brugger and Pauline Seeberg buy more streamers
from Phyllis Sjostrom as Phil Strand sells another feather to Bobby Deen.
Center left: Phyllis Mosser and Betty Berglund put on finishing touches
for their picture appointmentg Arnold Nelson and Richard Johnson are
glad they have porkies.
Center right: Barbara Bishoff, Sandra Anderson, Ioan Wfalant, and
Dorothy :Xrbogast sort and arrange pictures to be delivered to homerooins.
Lower left: Io Anne Dahl, Priscilla Elmquist, Barbara Bishoff, and
Ann-Marie Melin cut and mounted students' pictures for the annual.
Lower right: Ann Lindvahl and Leonard Forsling hand in their picture
envelopes at staff table, manned by Barbara Bishoff, Joan XValant,
Judy Anderson, and Sandra Anderson,
Lower: Mr. Angelica shows Marge Sjostrom how to sit as Jeanne
Olson waits her turn,
Yuletide Song Service
The manger scenes shows Mary CCathcrine Hawleyl, joseph CRnger Lundstrornl, the three
kings flfred Carlson, David Alexander, Sandy Elstadj, and page boys QMike Copp, Bernard
Anderson, Albert Hollnwayj,
Four tableaux, set against a background of vocal and instrumental music, high-
lighted the annual Yuletide Song Service, given for parents and friends Sunday
afternoon, December 17. Mrs. Angus and Mr. Ronald Nelson directed the elective
music classes and the Choristers, Lincolnettes, and Boys, and Girls, Choruses. Miss
Nyman was in charge of the dramatic scenes. Student narrators read selections
from the Scriptures.
Angels CMarie Solem, Susan Bengston, Karen Brucej appeared to the shepherds.
Yuletide Song Service
Lppcr let Mary portrayed bv Cath
erin: Hawley received a visit from the
angels: Karen Bruce Susan Bengston
Upper right: Ronnie Husmann and
Lillian Strote were student narrators.
Center: An ensemble of concert or-
chestra members played the opening
number, "Christmastide": fbackb
Marjorie Armour, .lo Ann Dahl, Su-
san Cleveland, Karin Jacobson, 'loan-
lee Blackstone, Kay Stites, Sue Nelson,
Suzi Grahn, Mr. Hall: fmiddlel ig-
ness Marshall, Mary Manning, Nancy
Shadley, Connie Fanor, Sue Szenner,
Betty Chesbrough, Priscilla Elniquist,
Marian Loy, Charles Gustafson, Anne
Froweini Qfrontl Catherine Hawley,
Marilyn Baxter, Norman Erickson,
janice Lindblade, judy Anderson, Bet-
ty Lindvahl, Nancy Eychaner, Gary
jensen, Frances Copotelli, Sue Corbett.
Lower center: Miss Peterson helped
Karnie Benson fix her Hash-light with
orange crepe-paper. Miss Swanson and
Miss Ellis also helped supervise the
Lower: Mrs. Angus and the Boys'
Chorus wait their cue. Mr. Lopin and
Mr. Green were on duty, too.
e Big Helpw
joe Dobson CKen Cameronj shows his
battle scars to Mother Hopford flrene
Haightj, while Claude, jr. fTimmy john-
sonj reluctantly tries on the old army uni-
form of Father Hopford QBrandt Gustav-
Mr. Hopford, ,,.,,...,,, Brandt Gustavson
Mrs. Hopford ,,,,,,,,........... Irene Haight
janet Hopford .,,,,,,,,,,,, joanne jackson
jackie Hopford ,,A,.,.,... Marilyn Baxter
Claude Hopford, jr .,,,, Timmy johnson
Gertrude, the maid ,..,.. Donna johnson
Bob Davenhall ,,,,,,, Stuart Lindstroni
joe Dobson ....,,,,,, ,,,,,, K en Cameron
Gail Parkhurst ,,....,,,,,,, Earl Kallberg
Dodie Evans i,...... ,,,, C arolyn Fredin
NVelfare Man ,,,..... ,,,,, K en Malmgren
Miss Simms ,,,,,,, ,,..,, S andra Lampson
Director ,,,,,,,,,,,.., Miss Miriam Nyman
Student Director ,,...,,,,,,,,,A.. Robert Bell
Student Crew Manager ., Karen Bruce
Business Manager, ,..,,,,,,,,,,,,..,,,,,,,,,,,.,. ..
W ,,,,,,,AA,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,, lk 'Iiss Maxine Smith
Costumes Miss Rosemary Krieguer
Evelyn Berry, Barbara Bishoff, El-
eanor Houser, Marilyn Hollings-
worth, Martha Myers, Diane Pren-
Properties ,,,,,,...,..,,,, Sandra Anderson
Dorothy Arhogast, Ronald Clapper,
Bruce Greenberg, Lucille johnson,
Corinne McCanna, Marie Solem,
Stage. .,.,,..,,,,,,,,, Mrs. Kathryn Machek
Don Anderson, john Anderson, jan-
ice Corell, Beverly Dailey, Sandy El-
stad, Tom Forsberg, jerry Sypher
Lights ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,.,,i james Castle
j erome Rubeck
Miss Simms CSandra Lampsonl and the
"Man from the Welfare League" CKen
Malmgrenj watch Gertrude, the maid CDon-
na johusonj doing her household tasks much
to the annoyance of Dodie Evans fCarolyn
Ninth Grade Class Play
Gail Parkhurst Cliarl Kallbergj and his girl friend, Jackie Hopford CMarilyn Baxterj sym-
pathize with Janet Hnpford Cjoanne Jacksonl whose date Bob CStuart Lindstroml misunder-
stood her instructions about "dressing up" for the dance.
A three-act comedy, 'tThe Rig Helpf' by -lean Kerr, was presented for the student
body in matinees on February 14 and l5. The evening performance, presented on
February l6, was given by the same cast since a double cast was not selected this
year. The cast, consisting of twelve students, was chosen from nearly 200 pupils
who tried out. Gail Parkhurst, played by Earl Kallberg, is the hoy wonder who
later turns out to be "the big help." It was a rather alarming morning when Earl
was not in school on the morning of the opening performance. Despite a slight case
of flu, or was it a nervous stomach, he was a real trouper and proved that the show
must go on. Marilyn Baxter and .loanne jackson certainly made a hit in their for-
mals as did Earl in his white dinner jacket. Action of the play centered around the
Hopford living room in a small town. Against father's wishes Gail Parkhurst
finally did come to stay with the Hopfords, and their family life turned in to one
long chain of mishaps. In the end,VGail made up for his previous insults, and the
Hopfords were left laughing and happy.
Gay Nineties Quartet: Irene Haight, Brandt Gustavson, Earl
Ballet dancers: Louella Oakey, Mary Koplosg Tap Dancers:
Connie Jensen, Joan Lorenz.
Kallberg, Joanne Jackson, Vocal duet: Joel and Sam Schwartz:
Soloist Rae Ann Patterson who won second prize singing,
"Doin' XYl1at Comes Naturallyu.
Mary Horst, pianist, Vernetta Clarke, vocalist, Timmy Johnf
Monologues were presented by Vera Schmitt, Judy Diamond:
Kris Allen and Ronnie Husmann teamed up for dialogue.
son, Bruce Greenberg, pianists, Susan Skoog, marimbist, Pat
Soter, vocalist, were solo performers.
The second annual talent show sponsored by the Abe's Album staff was presented
for a student matinee March 16, and for parents at an evening performance March
l7. A complete 22-act var ety show included singers: soloists, duets, trios, and
quartet, dancers: ballet and tap: instrumentalists, readers and novelty stunts. The
Talent Tune-Up S
1 ., , .
Vocal trio: Ruby Reynolds, Marlene Spice, Myrna VVilmcrg
Swing trio: Lawrence King, Jack Brand, Bob Carter, playing
'tTen O'Clock Jump", and "Day after Day" walked off with
Mary Ann Larson, Sonja Edgren copped third prize singing
"Let's Take an Old-Fashioned VValk"g duet: Gladys Vale and
setting was the recreation room of a student's home. The action represented the
final rehearsal for the school talent show, hence the name, A'Talent Tune-Upfl The
Lincolnettes, directed by Mr. Nelson, presented a program during the vote-counting
during the evening show.
Annual staff members: Ken Cameron, Joan VValant portrayed
brother and sister in whose home the performers were holding
their final rehearsal, fbackl stage crew: Don Forkner, lights
first prize, Bill Vtforthington, curtain, Bob Bell, spotlight.
Magician, jim Castle: baton-twirler, Gerry VVerlingg imper
sonater, ,lack t'Mammy" Andersong accordionists, Pat Bates
and Donna johnson, Sue Corbett, Suzi Grahn, ukelele experts
Three ninth grade homerooms teamed up to present a Thanksgiving assembly program Cbackij D. -lohnson, -I.
Castle, R. Lnndstrom, A. Rehnherg, D. johnson, D. Lindquist, S. Linclstroin, P. Strand, D. Olson, li. Thompson,
P. Larson, R. Griffin, B. Gustavson, A. Sedgwick, B. Rell, -I. XX'alant, M, Myers: fmiddleb -I. Peterson, -I. Anderson,
M. Baxter, M. Gahm, N. Gloup, S. XVahlstrom, T. Vaughn, P. johnson, sl. Anderson, S. XYelty, M. Manning, P.
Elmquist, G. Palmer: ffrontj K. Pierce, B. Mead, bl. Lindblade, T. johnson, G. Friend, -I. jackson, R. Hartje.
Stuart Lindstrom and Coach Lopin look over collection of Betty Powers examines the razor-sharp blade
Kirk Bennett, the "Man XVho Knew Lincolnfl used by Staples, the Magician, to cut off student
arms . . . with mirrors, of course.
At a special assembly for new pupils these representatives told about clubs: F.
Copotelli, D. Alexander, K. Pierce, D. johnson, D. Roe, P. Larson, P. Elmquist, Captain Paul Dry showed
A. Melin, Anderson, ul. Dahl, D. Loding fseatedj I. Haight, chairmang flettj his movie, "Romance on the
Mr. lVelsh, Miss Gibson, assembly adviser. High Seas."
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Open House for Parents
Miss Alice Olander fcenterl, home ec teacher explains ex- Keith Carlhom and jim Castle give directions
hihit to Mrs. Steffa C-Ioanj, Mr. and Mrs. -lohnson fliarldaraj, to Mr. and Mrs. Gustafson QTommyJ and Mr.
Mrs. Samorian Clllargaretl, Mrs. Roach and Mrs. XVidmer and Mrs. Lundgren Qliobbyj.
Phil Strand and Phyllis Sjostrom sell pennants and pen- The work of pottery students Priscilla Swenson,
Cils to Mr, and Mrs. Carlson fRandyj. Randy's sister Beverly Dailey, Barbara Bishoff, is explained by
seems interested, too. Miss Cocktield to Mr. and Mrs. Clauson Qjohnj.
Mrs. Phillips watches her daughter, Char-
lotte, demonstrating her ability in art: Mr. An- Mr. and Mrs. Anderson flsowell J, and Mr. and Mrs. Tepper
derson fliillyj looks on. QMarvinj admire work done by wood shop boys.
Open House for Parents
The Munsons QDeanj, and the Lindquists fvloanj talk Miss Geddes greets a group of visiting parents.
with Miss lillisg Mrs. Wlood fhlddiej looks over tests.
Mrs. Cstrum QKennethj, Mrs. Murray Qhlillj, Neil
Bengtson, and Mr. Bengtson QSusanj, Mrs. Reed fSuzi Mrs. Nelson QMarihethj waits her turn as Mr,
and Alanj and Mr. Vaughn Qrlwomj call on Miss OiDOHl1Cll. Martell shows grade book to the Freemans.
Mr. and Mrs. Shaver The Cooks QClaraj and the
QGaryJ and Miss Peters en- Sjostroms fMargej visit displays Mr. and Mrs. Gillespie QDickj stop by
joyecl the evening. of Christmas articles. to chat with Miss Burr.
Abeis Frontier Get-Up
Ninth graders invited their parents to a family
party on April 6. The swimming pool and gym
attracted many sports lovers, while square-dancers
found their way to the cafeteria. Musical chairs,
ping-pong, and Canasta games were played in the
classrooms. The refreshment committee sold
sandwiches, cokes, and coffee. As the finale for the
evenings fun, everyone met in the And. for the
talent show. fTopj View of stage during the
talent show, CCenter leftj Costume prizes were
won by Mr. and Mrs. Bell, Mrs. Vlleihmanl Car-
olyn Allen, Ronny Cunningham. fCenter rightj
Other prize winners were Mr. Segerlind, Gret-
chen XVegner, -lim Castle, Joanne Jackson, Mr.
Paul johnson, Mrs. Allen: Teddy Ingrassia, Gar-
land Roberts, Virginia Hall. Qlsowerj Leads in
the talent show were Sandra Lampson, Mr. Gib-
son, Mr. Gust johnson, Mr. Bruce, Bob Bell.
for our Score which grows bigger and bigger,
Pep Club members add cheers to each game.
our Opponents find still competition,
many Records increase ls,incoln's fame.
is the Track meet with hurdle and dash,
for girls' Swim club . . . watch out for the Splash!
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Gary Anderson, mgr., Nils Johnson, Ray Schulz, Richard Bildahl, Stuart Lindstrom, Jack Anderson,
Allan Johnson, Floyd Anderson, Dick Skoglund, Dave Carlson.
Coach Sadtler, Dick DeVlieger, Jack Epperson, Dennis Lindquist. Roger Bowes, George Valentine, George
Lomax, Ronnie Bogren, Frank jeras, Co-captain Roger Davidson, Dave Roe.
Dick Benson, mgr., Alan Swanson, mgr., Paul Larson, Dick Olson, Ronnie Adams, Co-captain Julius
Denny, LeRoy Pearson, Bill Laude, Co-captain Tom He.lin, jim Zordan, Darrell Gilbaugh, Stanley John-
son, Jack Loy, Coach Lupin.
Ronnie Gunter. Tom Brady, XVarren Robertson, Ralph Davidson, Boll Pellant, Ronnie Johnson, Don
Allen, Jack Last, Russ St. Angel, Ronnie Kcppen, Paul Carr.
Roh Hauser. mgr., Don Johnson, Jerry Friend, jerry Hughes, Bob Rawes, John Brodin, Jack Yittetow,
Jim Hoskins, Bill Hanko, Ray Bissman, Rodney Blueher,
September 30-Lincoln: 12 .... 6: East Soph B
In the season-opener the Lincoln eleven downeil tl'e East
Soph B's on the East High practice field. Both teams were
held scoreless in the first three quarters. In tlie Final period
Lincoln took to the air. A pass from Laude to Davidson
was good for 35 yds., and a 30 yd, toss by Gilbaugh to
Lomax netted six points. East quickly tied the score. VVith
18 seconds left Larson got off a 26 yd. pass to Lomax, and
then Davidson, standing in the end zone, took a Z6 yd. toss
from Heliin for the winning touchdown.
October 7-Lincoln: 6 .... 9: Roosevelt
A muddy field and a slippery ball figured in all three
scores, A Lincoln fumble was turned into a 40 yd. touch-
down-run by Roosevelt. Following a had pass from center
on a punt formation, Davidson was caught in the end zone
for a safety. Lincoln recovered a Roosevelt fumble and
marched 40 yds. with Tom l-leflin going around end for the
eastsiders' only score.
October 14-Lincoln: 52 . . . 0: Washington
Scoring touchdowns in every quarter. the Lincoln grid-
sters overran the southsiders, VVith ideal weather, the whole
team saw action. Heflin scored twice on 13 and 43 yd. runs:
Allan Johnson's pass to Ronnie Johnson, and Zordan's toss
to Davidson were both good for touchdowns. Ronnie Adams
scored on a 44-yd. plunge, Gilbaugh added six more points
with a 12-yd. drive, and Jack Vittetow pranced 62-yds, to
break into the scoring column. LeRoy Pearson intercepted
a pass and ran 28 yds. for another score.
October 21-Lincoln: 19 .... 7: West Soph B
Lincoln scored first on HeHin's 32-yd. touchdown run, but
the kick was not good. After West took over the lead, Gil-
baugh went through center for 45 yds. and Allan johnson
scored on a 21-yd. dash. Heflin passed to Lomax for the
13th point. Lincoln's final score came when Heflin inter-
cepted a pass, and raced 36 yds. to the West 1. Bill Laude
took the ball over.
October 28--Lincoln: 0 .... 7: Roosevelt
Both teams battled on fairly even terms for three periods.
Late in the fourth quarter Roosevelt switched from an air
attack to running plays, and picked up the only score of the
game. This defeat kept Lincoln from a share in the city
championship won by Roosevelt.
November 4-Lincoln: 19 .... 0: Washington
For the second straight game Lincoln held a VVashington
team scoreless. Allan Johnson scored two touchdowns, and
Julius Denny accounted for the third. Lincoln closed the
season with four wins and two losses, both at the hands of
Roosevelt, the city champs.
November 7-Assembly for letter awards. Davidson,
Denny, Hetlin receive captains' stars, 29 players, 4 managers
win letters or chevrons.
We Can't Always Win
Lincoln's two decisive victories over XVashington C52-0, 19-OJ were somewhat
dimmed by two defeats handed them by Roosevelt. Both games were close Q6-9,
0-75, but they still went into the record book as losses. This season marks the nrst
time that a Sadtler-coached Lincoln team has ever been beaten by Roosevelt.
livery athletic event whether indoors or out finds a large group of loyal Lincoln
fans on hand to cheer their favorite team. Pep Club members, led by cheerleaders,
form the nucleus of the cheering section, but many other students add their yells and
groans to the general confusion during the game. Favorite seats at football or
basketball games are those right behind the players' bench. 'Riding the bench' in
this candid shot are Alan Swanson, Don johnson, jack Anderson, Dave Carlson,
Dennis Teeters, XVarren Robertson, Russ St. Angel, Stuart Lindstrom, Nils john-
son, Ray Bissman, Floyd Anderson, john Brodin, George Lomax, Dave Roe,
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Undefeated Champs Set Record With 10 Straight Wins
Barton Trnnk, Frank Jeras, Terry Johnson, Dave Roe, Ronnie Gunter, Don Allen. Y - 1
Voach Sadtler, Alan Swanson, mgr- Tom Hetiin, Ronnie Johnson, Roger Davidson, Donald Boyer. Bob Pellant, George X alentine, Roach Anderson
l'anl Larson. Ronnie Adams, Co-captain Bill Laude, Co-captain lim Zordan, Jimmie Hoskins, Stanley Johnson, Jackie Fearn, mgr.
Dennis Lindquist, Allan Johnson, Julius Denny, Dick Olson, ,lack-Loy,
December 7-Lincoln: 64 . . . 35: St. Thomas junior Varsity
Lincoln cagers began their season with a very impressive
win over the Tonimies' j.V. 15 of the 18 Lincoln players
broke into the scoring column. Bill Laude was high man
with 9 baskets,
December 14-Lincoln: 60 . . . 10: Harlem Sophs
Lincoln scored its second straight lop-sided victory as they
downed the Harlcm Soph B's. Leading 36-S at halftime, they
went on to outscore the visitors 24-2 in the second half.
Harlem was held to one point in the second quarter and was
blanked in the fourth.
December 20-Lincoln: 67 . . . 29: West Soph B's
Lincoln continued its victory march taking its third straight
game with a decisive win. Once again, three full teams saw
action, and 12 players scored at least once.
January 4-Lincoln: 52 . . . 44: East Soph B's
The East Sophs outscored their junior high rivals in the
last two quarters but Lincoln's early lead held up as they
took their fourth straight win. Laude made 16 points and
Zordan added 15.
january 6--Lincoln: 55 . . . 26: Freeport Frosh
ln the Final warm-up game before junior high citv com-
petition began, Lincoln smothered the Freeport Freshies.
Once again 15 players saw action. Oncc again the team
was paced by Bill Laude with Z1 points.
January 11-Lincoln: 48 . . . 27: Roosevelt
VVith two Lincoln players combining to score more than
the entire Roosevelt team. the eastsiders iumped off to a Hue
start in the city championship play. Laude and Ronnie
johnson put together 16 and 12 points to lead in the scoring.
Roger Davidson dominated both boards consistently and set
up plays from the pivot position.
January 18-Lincoln: 51 . . . 39: Washington
VVashington cagers joined the ranks of Lincoln's victims
when they were decisively whipped on their own Hoor.
Making the most of speed and a pressing defense, VVashing-
ton's shorter team stayed with the eastsiders throughout the
nrst half, Leading by only 3 points at the beginning of the
third quarter, Lincoln put thc game on ice by outscoring
their opponents l2-4. This was undefeated Lincoln's seventh
January 25-Lincoln: 59 . . . 25: Harlem
With its first team playing only three minutes of the third
quarter, Lincoln soundly trounced the Harlem freshmen in
a game played at Harlem. Roger Davidson was high among
Lincoln's 18 point-makers. He totaled 8 points, and Zordan
and Larson each added 6.
February 1-Lincoln: 58 . . . 48: Rooseve't
The thriller of the season was this ro"gh'and-tumble game
played at Roosevelt. The home team took the lead in the
first quarter, but Lincoln outscored them in each of the
other three quarters. Late in the game. Roosevelt cut the
lead to 48-46, but Lincoln went on to score 9 free shots in
the last three minutes. The game was marrefl bv a total of
60 personal fouls. Lincoln was charged with 26 and Roose-
velt wound up with 34 personals and 6 technicals. At one
point Lincoln shot 4 free throws before the ball was nut into
play. This game made Lincoln undisputed city champs.
February 8-Lincoln: 74 . . . 46: Washington
Lincoln closed a perfect 10-game season bv handing
Washington a drubbing. This victory gave the Lincolnites
the distinction of being the First undefeated Rockford junior
high basketball team in the history of the iunior high series.
In junior high pl:-v. their record stood 4-0, and for all sea-
son play they had 10 wins against no defeats.
February 14-Letter awards in assemblv for 19 players and
2 managers. Laude and Zordan received captains' stars.
. Jim Zordan, co-captain
Bill Laude, co-captain
jackie Fearn, manager
Alan Swanson, manager
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Action and Thrills in the Air and on the Floor
Roger Davidson goes up Hill Laucle aucl Roosevelt 'limmie Hoskins gets off Ronnie -Iohnson hooks in
for push shot in Roosevelt players scramlmle for the a two-hancler during the two points against Xv3,Sll-
gym. bouncing ball. XVashington game. mgton.
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Champs and Runners-Up in Homeroom Basketball Tournament
9-303: Cbackj Tom Spearing, Jim Cummons,
Newell johnson, Roger Hosfeldg Qfrontj Dale Haw-
kinson, Toni Brady, Roger Duffey.
8-316: Cbackj Bob Zimmer, Bruce Nerog Qfrontj
Lanny Lindell, Bob Hallberg, Jerry Carlson, Roger
7-201 : fbackl Richard Hoover, Bob Klaeger, jerry
Nelsong fmiddlej Stanley Kuchefski, Gary Lindsay,
Eddie Stiegg Qfrontj Bob Steele, Joe Choppi.
9-109: Qbackj Floyd Anderson, Dennis Teetersg
Cmiddlej Roger Bowes, Fred Albrechtseng Qfrontj
Jack Last, LeRoy Pearson.
S-302: fbackj James Radloff, Dale Carlson:
Qfrontj Eugene Bear, Jack Erickson, Roger Long.
7-213: Cbackj Dick Kallenbaeh, Jerry VVeberg
Qmiddlej Terry Lynch, Conrad Lantz, Dale Ander-
song Cfrontj Donald Kessling, Tom Lind, George
Lincoln Swim Champs Cop Eighth Straight City Title
jerry Friend, Kay Stites, Darrell Bjur, Axel Rehnberg, Gary Ewald, Don Johnson, Bob Hendry, Coach
Lyle Kruse, Norman Bardeen, DeVern Gissler, Phil Cudia, Grant Davidson, Dave Connors, Pete Gibson,
Al Sedgwick, mgr.
Charles Gustafson, Bill Clark, Ray Bissman, George Borgman, Captain Bob Sewell, Mike Sheetz.
Dick Palumino, Tom Burt, Tom johnson, Jerry Logan, Mike Noling, Ronny Cunningham, mgr.
January 5-Intrasquad Meet-Red: 55 . . . 50: Blue. -
For the annual intrasquad meet the group was divided
into two teams: the Reds, captained by Grant Davidson, and
the Blues, captained by Bob Sewell. '
January 19--Lincoln: 39 . . . 36: East Sophs
Led by Pete Gibson who broke the pool record as well as
the city junior record in the 40-yd. breaststroke, the Lincoln
swim team got off to a Fine start. The old record, made last
year by Pete, was :25.7. His new time of :Z4.5 was 'not
oflicial since it was not made in junior high competition.
Other individual winners were Grant Davidson, 100-yd.
free-style, and Tom Burt, diving. Bob Hendry, Pete Gibson,
and Dave Connors won the 120-yd. medley relay.
january 24-Lincoln: 35 . . . 22: Roosevelt
ln their first junior high meet, the swim team came
through well, taking 4 individual events and one relay. Pete
Gibson, Bob Hendry, Grant Davidson, and Tom Burt won
their specialities. Hendry, Gibson, and Connors teamed up
again to take the 120-yd. medley relay.
January 26-Lincoln: 25 . . . 41: West Sophs
Lincoln's winning streak was snapped at two when the
West Sophs soundly beat them in a dual meet held in the
West High pool. Gibson and Davidson continued their
string of victories in their events, and Bardeen picked up a
win in the diving. The loss of both relays was a damaging
blow to Linc0ln's chances. VVest needed only one relay to
win, and managed to take both,
February 2-Lincoln: 53 . . . 13: Washington
Vifinning four individual events and both relays, the Lin-
coln mermen coasted to an easy win in this junior high meet.
Pete Gibson officially broke the 40-yd. breaststroke record
with a time of :24.6.
February 9-Lincoln: 34 . . . 40: East Sophs
Although they won three individual events and one relay,
the Lincoln splashmen were edged out by the Sophs. Grant
Davidson, Tom Burt, and Pete Gibson all wo.1 their events.
Pete set a new pool record in the 50-yd. breaststroke, but
once again his time was not official because it was not made
in junior high competition. His new time Was :3l.3.
February 16-Lincoln: 40 . . . 17: Roosevelt
VVinning all but one event our swimmers walloped Roose-
velt for the second time. The feature of the meet again
was the record-breaking performance of Pete Gibson, who
clipped .2 of a second off the record he himself had set two
weeks before. The new city junior record is :24.4. Hendry,
Davidson, and Burt came through with individual first
places, and both relays also copped wins.
February 22-Lincoln: 41 . . . 25: Washington
Still undefeated in junior high dual meets, Lincoln swim-
boys completely dominated the scoring to swamp the south-
siders, Gibson, and the regular medley relay continued their
winning streaks, and the other four individual events were
also won by Lincoln although the usual winners did not
swim them. Friend took the 40-yd. free-style, Johnson the
40-yd. back, Bissman the l0U-yd. free-style, and Bardeen
March 1-Lincoln: 38 . . . 34: West Sophs
In this last dual meet before the championship swim, two
Lincoln performers completed undefeated seasons: Grant
Davidson in the 100-yd. free-style, and Pete Gibson, in the
breaststroke. Gibson set a new Lincoln pool record for the
thgrg time this season as he lowered his time from 124.4 to
March 7-Championship Meet-
Lincoln: 483 Roosevelt: 293 Washington: 5
Scoring 6 firsts and 4 seconds including a l-2-3 in the
diving, Lincoln swimmers added the city championship to
their season rccord. For the eighth straight year, our team
has walked off with top honors in the championship tri-
angular meet. Gibson climaxed a season of record-break-
ing performances by lowering the 50-yd. breaststroke time
from :33.3 to :3l.3. Connors, Hendry, Davidson, and Burt
were other blue ribbon winners. The 150-yd. medley was
taken by Hendry, Gibson, and Connors.
March 14-Letter awards in assembly to 17 swimmers, and
2 managers, Bob Sewell received captain's star.
Well Balanced Team Enjoys Successful Season
fStandingj Three promising sev-
enth-grade performers: Mike Nol-
ing, Mike Sheetz, Jerry Logan.
CSeated at leftj Breaststrokersz
Pete Gibsonyf, city champg Axel
fSeated at riglitj Backstrokers:
Lyle Kruselt, Don johnsonsf, Bob
Divers: Tom Burtff, city diving
champg Dick Palumino, Bill Clarkl,
Free-stylers : Captain Bob Sewelllk,
Dave Connors? Gary Ewaldik, Kay
Stitesl, Ray Bissmanstg fin vvaterj
Grant Davidsonx, Phil Cudiali Jerry
Friendly Qabsentj John Brodinlt.
Manager letters were awarded to
Al Sedgwick and Ronny Cunning-
Defending Champs Retain Title in Triangular Meet
'Coach Sadtler, Elmer Martin, Delbert Denny, Jerry VVernick, John Clauson, Ronnie Johnson, Bob Pellant, Bill Laude, Roger Davidson, Dennis
Lindquist, Joel Peterson, Dave Roe, Donald Boyer, Tom Hefiin, Jerry Friend, Jimmie Hoskins, George Valentine, Coach Lopin.
John Hawkinson, Tom Johnson, Gary Porter, Allan Johnson, Dick Skoglund, Don Allen, Jim Zordan, Dick Olson, Harold Reed, Tom Brady, Paul
Peterson, Roger Bowes, Ronnie Adams, Ray Schulz, Paul Larson, Mike Copp.
Gary Jensen, mgr., Ed Guidotti, Jimmy I.aRose, Bob Lundquist, Harmon Mitchell, Bernard Johnson, John Lounsbury, Curt Peterson, Jim Damon,
Tom Seger, Frank Jeras, Charles Gustafson, Bruce Nero, Dennis Teeters, Rollie Bloom, Ken Gerhnde, mgr.
-Don Martinetti, mgr., Terry Lynch, Joe Choppi, Henry Ebert, Ronald Miller, Darrell Carlson, Alan Swanson, Lenny Sinionson, Gerry Fross, Charles
Lignell, LeRoy Pearson, Tony Nelson, Stanley Johnson, Roger Hosfeld, Darryl Bayly, Jim Lindhlade, mgr.
Jack Fearn, Gary Anderson, Richard Townsend, Fred Clow, Conrad Lantz, James Pore, John Fiori, Neal Gilmour, Gary Haugdahl, VVayne Harris
Roger Smith, Darold Rinedollar.
April 18-Lincoln: 332 , . . 522: East Sophs
Outclassed by an experienced East team, Lincoln's track-
sters were defeated in their first dual meet. They won 5
seconds and 6 thirds, but only Pearson in the discus, and
Ronnie Johnson in the broad jump managed to win first
places. The 880-yd. relay team of Ronnie Johnson, Clauson,
Denny, and King won its event.
April 26--Lincoln: 46 . . . 40: Roosevelt
VVinning 5 individual events and tying for first in a sixth,
Lincoln's ciudernicn took their opening junior high meet.
Ronnie Johnson was the star of the meet taking first place
in the century, the high jump, and the broad jump. Tom
Heliin copped first in the hurdles, and the other first was
won by Pellant in the discus. In the junior division Elmer
Martin, seventh-grade dashman, took the 75-yd. event, and
another seventh-grader, Joe Choppi, won first in the high
May 3-Lincoln: 67 . . . 19: Washington
Lincoln won its second junior high dual meet by cap-
turing first place in 6 individual events, and the relay. Ron-
nie Johnson anrl Don Allen tied for first in the high jump
with Laude winning third to give Lincoln a clean sweep in
that event. Ronnie Johnson also took first in the broad
jump with a distance of 18 feet 65 inches. Another high-
light in the field events was Joel Peterson's showing in the
discus. Joel, a seventh grade performer, tossed the discus
113 feet SM inches. A second grand slam for Lincoln came
in' the shot put where Davidson, Bowes, and Allan Johnson
finished 1-2-3. On the track Heflin took first place in the
hurdles, and Dick Skoglund won the 440.
May 5-Janesville Relays
Two relay teams competed in the annual Janesville Relays
at the VVisconsin school. The 880-yd. relay, composed of
Clauson, Zordan, Allan Johnson, and Skoglund won first in
this event, missing' the record by 1.4 seconds. The other
team of Schulz, Ronnie Johnson, Hoskins, and Clauson had
to be satisfied with second place in the 440 relay finishing
only .1 of a second behind Lincoln of Beloit.
May 8-Lincoln: 61M . . . MM: West Sophs
Scoring grand slams in three individual events along with
three other firsts, Lincoln easily won their last warm-up
dual meet before the championship contest. Ray Schulz.
Ronnie Johnson, and Hoskins took the century, Schulz,
Hoskins, and Clauson the 220, and Skoglund, Zordan, and
Porter the 440. Other firsts were won by Allan Johnson,
hurdles, and Dave Roe, the 880, and Ronnie Johnson and
Don Allen tied in the high jump.
May I7-Championship Meet
Lincoln: 47M,g Roosevelt: 37Mg Washington: 22
After losing the football city title in the last game of the
series, Lincoln went on through the year to capture city
championships in three other major sports. The field and
track team hung up the last title of the year by running off
with honors in the triangular meet, Tom Hetiin won the
110-yd. hurdles, took second in the broad jump, and was a
member of the winning 880-yd. relay, composed of Schulz,
Heflin, Clauson, and Hoskins. Ronnie Johnson captured
first place in the broad jump, and tied for first in two other
events: the century, and the high jump. Lincoln was blanked
in the 880. but picked up points in every other event. Sec-
ond-place winners were A. Johnson, hurdlesg Skoglund, 440,
Schulz, 220, Bowes, shotg Lindquist, discus. Other point
makers were Zordan, Friend, Davidson, Pearson, and Laude.
In the junior events which carried no points toward the
scoring, Lincoln took 3 seconds: Martin, 75eyd. dashg Denny,
high jump, and the 440-yd. relay.
Outstanding Performers in Track and Field Events
Relay Broad Jump
john Clauson, Ray Schulz, Leon King, Jim Zordan, jim- In this event, Ronnie Johnson was a con-
mie Hoskins alternated during the season on winning relay sistent winner, taking first place in three of
teams. four dual meets. Tom HeHin fabovej ac-
counted for two second-place wins in dual
competition, and Ronnie Adams added an-
other third place.
Elmer Martin, Donald Boyer, Ronnie Johnson, Dick
Skoglund, Gary Porter, jerry Friend helped with the sprints
and distance runs.
Hurdles Shot Put
Tom Heflin Cleftj and Allan johnson kept R o g' e r B o w e s
Lincoln in the running in the low hurdles. Discus Cabovej scored in each
Tom took two firsts, 1 second, and 1 third Bob Pellant Cleftj shows his form of the four dual meets
in four dual meets, and Allan captured 1 before teammates Dennis Lindquist, with 2 seconds and 2
first and 2 seconds in the same meets. Joel Peterson, Dick Olson. thirds.
Awards and Honors
During this year several Lincoln pupils, in
and out of school, have done work which has
brought them recognition from organizations
outside of school, and even outside the city,
As writers, musicians, artists, or just 'good
citizens' they have attracted attention to their
school through these efforts.
Karen Bruce. feature editor of the Lincoln
Log, received third-place honor from the state
Tuberculosis Association for her article and
cartoon in the Christmas issue of the Log. In
the national judging her entry won honorable
The first semester Log won All-American
in the Critical Service of the National Schol-
astic Press Associatiou. Congratulations to
Adviser Redenius, Editor Roe, and the entire
The 1950 Abe's Album received hiffhest
. . . v is
honors, medalist rating, in the Columbia Schol-
astlc Press Association judging- Representing the local T. B. Association, Mr. Catlin
Boy Scouts John Billstrom and Randy Carl-
son, both ninth-graders, were given the Pro
Deo et Patria medal, which is the highest Lu-
theran church award in scouting. Each boy
contributed over 150 hours of service to church
and community to be eligible for consideration
for this honor.
Timmy Johnson, accomplished ninth-grade
pianist, won first place in a talent program
sponsored by the Rockford Mendelssohn Club.
As a winner he took part in the grand finals,
and placed third.
Bob Carter, trumpeter, and Lawrence King,
trombonist, each won third place in two differ-
ent programs of the Mendelssohn Club Audi-
tions. Then, teaming with ,Iack Brand, drum-
mer, they entered as a swing trio and took top
honors. Their next step will be an appearance
for a radio audience on the Morris B. Sachs
Amateur Hour in Chicago.
appeared in an assembly to presenthto Lincoln Log the
Certificate of Honor, won in a national contest by all
article written by Karen Bruce, feature editor, tcenterj
Mr. john Redenits, adviser.
In the Employ the Physically Handicapped
Contest, Doreen Segerlind won second prize
of 35.00, and Jim Zordan third prize of 33.00.
W'hen these posters were sent to the state con-
test, Doreen won second honorable mention,
and a 325.00 savings bond.
Charlene Anderson won second prize of
35.00 in a poster contest sponsored by the
Rockford Dental Association, Barbara Flory
and Mary Koplos won honorable mentions.
Barbara Bishotf was judged fourth-place
winner in the statewide Penny Art Fund Con-
test. XNith her entry, "Enjoying our Local
Parks," she won for the school a painting
which will hang in the art room. In another
contest. sponsored by the Rockford Council
of the United Commercial Travelers of Amer-
ica, Barbara's poster won first prize of 310.00
Myrna Ashlock won second prize, and Beverly
O'Brien received honorable mention.
Another safety poster contest, sponsored by
the American Automobile Association,brought
Sandy 'VVahlstrom a 325.00 first prize. Her
poster was in competition with those from sev-
eral other states. At headquarters in XVash-
ington, D. C. her poster was chosen 'best for
grades l through 9'.
Barbara Bishoff, Beverly O'Brien, Sandy VVahl-
strom, Myrna Ashlock won awards in state and
national poster contests.
5-6-Teachers meet for VVorkshop.
7-School begins for new students.
8-Classes begin for all students.
l3-New pupils attend orientation assembly
. to hear about Lincoln clubs and
14-Callout of all 'oldi G.A,C. members.
15-First Ere-drill . . . first hour . . . 2 min-
utes, 42 seconds . . . first Jr. Hi-Spot
meeting of year . . . at Y.
17-Miss Johnson, adviser, and Irene Haight
attend state meet . . . of Junior Red Cross
. . . at Monticello, Illinois.
18AOflicial school enrollment:
Boys Girls Total
7 215 226 441
8 186 225 411
9 299 312 611
700 763 1483
CSeptember 1949 total: 14212
19-Callout for new G.A.C. members.
20-Tryouts for Junior Choristers.
20-21-1453 students pictures taken . . . for
23-Girls sell forget-me-nots for Disabled
24-Central Standard Time again.
26-Lincoln Log subscriptions start.
28-Tryouts for seventh grade cheerleaders.
29-Seventh - eighth grade representatives
chosen . , . for Abe's Album.
30-Football: Lincoln: 12 . . . East Soph B:
6 . . . Miss Mary Burchfield, math teacher,
weds Mr. Randolph Langlois.
-Tryouts for eighth grade cheerleaders.
-Boys' Chorus tryouts.
5-No classes seventh hour . . . teachers
attend reception . . . for new superinten-
dent . . . at Roosevelt.
6-Tryouts for ninth grade cheerleaders.
7-Football: Lincoln: 6 . . . Roosevelt: 9.
-14-Fire Prevention VVeek.
10-Free Staples show during lunch hour.
11-Staples, the magician . . . two shows,
sponsored by Abe's Album . . . first' Stu-
dent Council meeting . . . tire drill: 2
minutes, 3 seconds . . . observed by mem-
bers of city Fire Department.
12-Callout for Abc's Album advertising staff.
13-Announce medalist award rating for 1950
Abe's Album , . . from Columbia Scho-
lastic Press Association.
14-Football: Lincoln: 52 . . . VVashington: 0.
17-Open House for seventh grade parents
. . . attended by 362 persons . . . including
Mr. and Mrs. McIntosh . , . ninth graders
elect Mr. Paul Johnson . . . class adviser.
18-"Green Grass of VVyoming' '... movie.
19-First grading period ends.
20-Teachers attend County Institute.
21-Football: Lincoln: 19 . . . XVcst Soph B: 7.
254Report cards . . , 96 on honor roll C9th:
405 Sth: 33: 7th: 235 . . . Joanne Jackson
only straight A.
27-Fire drill , . . fifth hour . . . 2 minutes, 13
28-Football: Lincoln: 0 . . . Roosevelt: 7,
30-Ninth grade Representative Council mem-
bers elected . . . in homerooms , . . third-
hour dramatics class gives "Life of Party"
. . . for student assemblies.
31-Penny Art Fund prize awarded to Bar-
2-First meeting of ninth Rep. Co. . . . Pep
Club meeting . . . during homeroom.
4-Football: Lincoln: 18 , . . VVashington: 0,
6-Student pictures arrive . . . swim team
7-Letter awards for football team . . . in
ninth grade assembly.
8-A'Black Beauty" . . . movie . . . for dra-
matics . . . basketball callout.
9-Ben Pooner . . . world's amateur typing
champ . . . gives demonstration in aud.
, . . 577 visitors attend Open House for
10-No school . . . County Institute.
13-Captain Paul Dry . . , movie: 'KRomance
on the High Seas" . . . sponsored by Abe's
14-Swim Club tryouts.
15-Deadline for ordering class pins . . . re-
ordcrs sent for student pictures . . . sub-
scription list go out for Abe's Album.
20-Homerooms 115, 214, 317 present original
playlet . . . for Thanksgiving assemblies
. . . Y-Teens' 'Get-Acquainted' party , . .
22-Christmas pencils arrive.
23-24-Thanksgiving vacation . . . Miss Con-
don and Miss Geddes attend meeting of
National Council of Teachers of English
. . . in Milwaukee.
29-"Last Date" . . . teenacide movie . . .
shown to ninth graders . . , during horne-
30-Kirk Bennett . . . "The Man Who Knew
Lincoln" . . . sponsored by Abe's Album.
1--The - first - of - December - is - the - day -
to - remember . . . annual subscriptions
start . . . retakes of student pictures.
4-Junior Choristers sing for Delta Kappa
7-Basketball: Lincoln: 64 . . , St. Thomas
J. V.: 35.
S-Second grading period ends . . . blizzard
cancels basketball game at East.
13-Report cards . . . 97 on honor roll C9th:
47: 8th: 273 7th: 235 . . . 6 straight A's
. , . Clara Cook, Phyllis Mosser, Betty Lu
Schwengels, Karen Bruce, Joanne Jack-
son, Donna Johnson.
14-Basketball: Lincoln: 60 . , . Harlem B's:
15-Preparations made for jr. Red Cross gifts
. . . for overseas chest . . . sale of Christ-
mas seals and bangles begins.
17-Yuletide Song Service . . . for parents.
18-Christmas assemblies . . . tirst, second,
and third hours . . . class play tryouts
19-Faculty Christmas tea . . . in model apart-
20-Basketball: Lincoln: 67 . , . West Soph
21-Homeroom Christmas parties . . . vaca-
3-Abe's Album staff sells I. D. cards.
4-Basketball: Lincoln: 52 . . , East Soph
5-Intrasquad swim meet . . . Reds: 55 . . .
6-Basketball: Lincoln: 55 . . . Freeport
8-Picture re-takes arrive . . . candidate lists
made up for class officers.
l04Dental X-rays for all ninth graders . .
who have parent consent.
11-Basketball: Lincoln: 48 . . . Roosevelt: 27.
15-March of Dimes begins.
16-Campaign assembly . . . to introduce can-
17-Zordan, Olson, Larson, Loy, Patterson
win student approval in class elections,
18-Ninth-grade guidance meetings begin . . .
in And .... during homeroom , , . Basket-
ball: Lincoln: 51 . . . Washington: 39.
19-Swim: Lincoln: 39 . , . East High Soph
22-25-First semester exams.
24-Swim: Lincoln: 35 . . . Roosevelt: 22.
25wBasketball: Lincoln: 59 . . . Harlem B's:
Z6-No' school . . . first semester ends . . .
i3wnni1L1ncoln: 25 . . . VVest High Soph
29-Blizzard strands "Melody Four", bell-
ringers, in Durand . . . show here can-
30-Lincoln Log subscriptions for second
semester begin . . . Timmy Johnson Hrst
. . . Lawrence King third . . . in Mendels-
sohn Club Auditions.
31-Report cards . . . 129 on honor roll 19th:
60: Sth: 38: 7th: 315 . . .3 straight A's:
Ann Lindvahl, Betty Lu Schwengels, Io-
anne Jackson . . . 46 ninth graders make
semester honor roll.
1-Basketball: Lincoln: 58 . . . Roosevelt:
48 . . . ninth straight win.
Z-Swim: Lincoln: 53 . . . Washington: 13.
S-Basketball: Lincoln: 74 . , , Washington:
46 . . . perfect season . . . 10 wins . . . no
losses . . . first time in history of series.
9-Vacation again . . . County Institute . . .
Swim: Lincoln: 34 . . . East Soph B's: 40.
12-More vacation . . . Lincoln's birthday.
13-Homeroom basketball league play begins.
14-Faculty Valentine Tea . . . first matinee
15-Second matinee "Big Help" , , . parents
entertain basketball champs . . . at potluck
supper . . . in lower lunch room.
16-Parents see 'A.Big Help" . . . at evening
show . . . Swlmz Lincoln: 40 . . . Roose-
19-Tryouts for Talent Tune-Up . . . eighth
graders give talent assemblies,
21-G.A.C. basketball play starts,
22-Swim: Lincoln: 41 . . . Washington: ZS.
Z6-Eighth grade orchestra assemblies.
28-Club group pictures taken for '51 Album.
1-Swim: Lincoln: 38 . . . VVest High Soph
2--Questionnaire goes to ninth parents . .
about family party.
6-"VVildFlre" . . , movie for Lincoln Log
. . . swing trio takes first place on Men-
delssohn Audition of Air.
7-Triangular swim meet at VVest . . . VVash-
ington host . . . Lincoln takes eighth
straight title . . . Lincoln: 48 . . . Roose-
velt: 29 . . , XVashington: 5.
9-Grading period ends.
13-15-Ninth grade guidance meetings . . . for
electives at East.
l4AReport cards . . . 113 on honor roll f9tb:
493 Sth: 23: 7th: 415 . . . 6 straiht A's
. . . Pat Larson, Phyllis Mosser. Betty Lu
Schwengels, Joanne Jackson. Gail Nelson,
16-Matinee for Talent Tune-Up . . , potluck
supper for swim team and their parents.
17-Prizes awarded at evening performance
of Talent Tune-Up . . . Miss Stella jack-
son becomes Mrs. Bill Calacci.
21-Callout for track team.
1-Mr. Ronald Nelson takes Miss Betty Ole-
son as his bride.
5-Special assembly for ninth graders . .
about family party.
6!Frontier Get-Up for ninth graders and
their parents . . . last day-to-pay for
9-Seventh graders 208, 211, 213 arrange
talent assemblies . . , Miss Ellis attends
national convention of American Associa-
tion of University Vvomen . . . at At-
13-Lincoln Log movie . . , "The Exile".
16-Jessie Rae Taylor . . . impersonator . .
sponsored by Abe's Album.
18-Cancer Drive begins . . . track: Lincoln:
33M . . . East Soph B's: 52M . . . Miss
Gibbons, sight-saving teacher, attends In-
ternational Council for Exceptional Chil-
dren . . . in New York.
23-Intramural golf tournament begins.
Z4-Citizen of the Week awards in assemblies.
Z6-Track: Lincoln: 46 . . . Roosevelt: 40 . . .
matinee of "Live We Singing".
Z7fSecond grading period ends . . . evening
performance of music festival.
Z9-Daylight Saving Time again.
30-Tryouts for East High choral groups . . .
intramural tennis tournament begins . .
concert band assemblies.
Z-Group picture takai of newcomers . . .
report cards . . . 124 on honor roll 10th:
48: Sth: 33: 7th: 431 . . . 8 straight A's:
Pat Larson. ,Timmy Miller, Barbara Flory.
Betty Lu Schwengels, Karen Bruce, Gail
Hendrickson, Joanne jackson, Rita Lar-
son . , . intramural softball tournament
3-Track: Lincoln: 67 . , . VVashi'ngton: 19.
7-Concert orchestra assemblies.
8-Track: Lincoln: 61M . . . VVest Soph B's:
9-Concert band concert for parents . .
14-6 eighth graders from Vandercook School
visit Lincoln classes . . . faculty picnic
. . . at Alpine Park . . . 7 Lincoln stu-
dents take part in demonstration Spanish
class, conducted by Dr. Kaulfers . . .
University of Illinois . . . for city lan-
15-17-Eighth grade foods class serves lunch-
eons for faculty . . . in model apartment.
17-Concert orchestra evening concert . . .
for parents . , . championship triangular
track meet . . . Lincoln: 47M . , . Roose-
velt: 37M . . . Washington: 22 . . . an-
other Lincoln title.
Zl-Assemblies for letter awards to track
25-Mr. Welsh entertains Supt. McIntosh and
east side elementary principals . . . for
lunch . . . in the model apartment.
ZS-Semester finals begin. . . for ninth graders.
29-Miss Ellis is honored at farewell tea . . .
given by social science department . . . in
30-Memorial Day . . . band plays at Arling-
1-Style show and tea in auditorium ar-
ranged by home ec. department for moth-
ers . . . annuals arrive.
Z-Class party in cafeteria, gym, and aud.
6-Last day for ninth graders,
7-One more day to go.
8-THE END . . . Happy Vacation . .
See you around.
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E. O. Hergren Plumbing'
Erickson X Sons Grocery
l.ogli's Finer Foods
Cr Shop McCoy's Sportswear
Midway Cleaners and Tailors
Ninth Street Market
Rockford Office Supply
Rockford Sports, Center
Swedish Maid Bakery
Wlelden Radio Service
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Cornmesser, Randy C93 25
Covert, Richard C83 40
Crandall, Rose C83 40, 82
Craven, Ruthie C7348
Crocker, Hollis C73 48, 80, 87
Cronk, Mary C73 48
Crowe, Nancy C83 40
Cudia, Phillip C93 ZS, 77, 116, 117
Cummons, Jim C93 25,115
Cunningham, Nancy C83 40, 88, 90,
Cunningham, Ronny C93 25, 83,
Cywiak, Claire C73 48, 54, 81
Dahl, Jo Anne C93 25, 79, 94, 95,
Dahlberg, Brandt C73 46, 48, 57, 80
Dahlberg, John C83 40
Dahlgren, Rosemarie C73 48
Dahlin, Nancy C9325
Dailey, Beverly C93 25, 38, 104
Damon, Jim C83 40, 118
Danielson, Patsy C93 25, 78, 89
Davidson, Grant C93 25, 83, 86,
Davidson, Ralph C93 25, 54, 108
Davidson, Roger C93 25, 54, 108,
Davis, Bobby C83 40
Davis, George C93 Z5
Davis, John C73 37
Davis, Patrick C73 48, 54
Dawson, Janet C93 25
Dayhoff, Pat C93 25
DeCamp, Joan C73 46, 48, 74
Deen, Bobby C73 48, 83
DeHaven, Gail C93 25
Dehn, Jerome C83 40
Del Vecchio, Patsy C73 48
Deming, LaVerne C93 25
DeMoss, Joanne C83 40, 88
Denny, Delbert C73 48, 84, 87, 118
Denny, Julius C93 9, 25, 56, 63,
Dermer, Cary C73 48, 81
Derrickson, Glen C73 48
DeVenney, Shirley C93 25, 38, 103
Devine, Fred C73 48, 83
DeX6lieger, Richard C93 25, 108,
DeVVane, Beverly C93 25, 78, 91
Diamond, Judy C73 48, 88, 100
DiGuiseppi, Aldinu Q95 25
Ditto, Joanne C93 25
Doane, Tommy C93 25, 71, 77
Dobbs, Bobby C93 37
Dokken, LeRoy C73 48, 80
Donneaud, Leon C83 40
Downing, Delores C83 40
Drake, Jerry C73 48, 86, 87
Drennen, Ronald C73 48
Dulfey, Roger C93 25, 77, 115
Duffy, Richard C83 40, 45, 86
Dukey, Janet can 40
Dnnaway, Rosalie C73 48
Eastman, Pat C93 25
Ebert, Henry C73 48, 80
Eck, Marlene C73 48
Etlgren, Sonja C83 40, 82, 88, 90,
Eggert, Janet C83 40, 81
Eisenhower, Gayle C73 48
Ekholm, Donna C83 40, 81, 90
Eklunfl, Karin 473 46, 48, 81
WM. I. BURNS, Mor.
25C per line
1144 Broadway 4-2922
G. O. P.
Gustafson - Olson - Price
1435 Charles Street
H. L. HEDLIN, R.Ph.
1456 Charles Street
"Expert Prescription Service"
MID-STATES INDUSTRIAL CORPORATION
I WHOLESALERS OF PLUMBING AND HEATING SUPPLIES.
2401 E1.EvEN'r1-1 s'rREs'r
Ekmark, Carolyn C95 37
Ekstein, Shirley C95 25, 71, 79, 89
Ellingsen, Liv C75 57, 54
Ellis, John C85 40, 70
Elmore, Don C95 25
Elmquist, Priscilla C95 9, 26, 78,
91, 94, 95, 97, 102
Elofson. John C75 48, 80
Elstad, Sandy C95 9, 26, 76, 96
Emerson, Russell C75 48
Encerti, Dolores C95 26, 89, 91
Englmerg, Carol C85 40
Englserg, David C95 26, 76
Engle, Lynn C75 48
Englund, Angela C75 48
Englund, Ronnie C75 48, 80
Engstrom, Constance C95 26, 89
Epperson, Jack C95 8, 26, 108
Erickson, Barbara C75 37
Erickson, Darlene C75 48
Erickson, Diane C85 40, 88
Erickson, Donald C95 26, 76, 83, 85
Erickson, Jack C85 40, 84, 115
Erickson, Joanne C85 40, 69, 84, 88
Erickson, Norman C75 46, 48. 78, 97
Erickson, Patsy C85 5, 40
Erickson, Sharon C75 48
Erlanclson, John C85 40, 74, 80
Espy, Larry C95 26
Evans, David C95 26
Everio, Bill C7548
Ewalrl, Gary C95 26, 116, 117
Ewalrl, Lyle C75 40
Eyeliner, Judy C75 48, si, 36, ss,
Eychaner, Nancy C95 5, 9, 26, 54,
79, 82, 85, 89, 91, 92, 97
Fagerstrom, Rruce C75 48
Fagerstrom, Don C75 48
Faherty, Joan C75 48
Fahlbeck, John C95 26
Fanor, Constance C95 26, 78, 89, 97
Farb, Elaine C85 40, 88, 90
Farrey, Jack C85 40
Farrey, VVayne C75 48
Farris, Kay C95 26
Fearn, John C8540,45,112,113,1lS
Ferm, Toni C75 48, 83
Fcwkes, Beverly C75 48
Finch, Jerry C95 26
Finn, Pauline C75 48, 57, 83, 86, 90
Fiori, John C75 46, 48,118
Fisher, vvilnfrm C95 26
Fitzgerald, Dale C85 40, 45, 76
Fitzpatrick, Virginia C75 48, 88, 90
Fleming, Carol C85 40
Fleming, Robert C95 26
Fl0flCl'l, lVIarie C95 26, 38, 89
Flood, Barbara C85 40, 74
Flood, Diane C95 26, 91
Floorl, John C75 48, 72
Flood, Roger C95 26, 71
Floody, Carol C95 26, 89, 91, 92
Flory, Barbara C85 37, 45
Ford, Carolyn C75 48
Forkncr, Donald C95 26, 85, 94, 101
Forsberg, Jack C75 48
Forslzerg, Sue C85 40, 45
Forsberg, Thomas C95 26, 85
Forsell, Charlotte C95 26. 89, 91
Forsling, Leonard C85 40, 95
Forsluncl, David C75 48
Forss, Leonard C95 26, 77
Fosse, VVarren C85 40
Foster, Donald C95 26
Foster, Marnita C95 26, 66, 78
Fox, Edward C85 40, 68
Fradine, Chalyce C85 40, 81
Frandsen, Virginia C95 26, 91
Fredin, Carolyn C95 26, 38, 85, 89,
Fredrickson, Cary C85 40, 80
Fredriksen, Art C95 26, 84, 85
Freeherg, John C95 5, 26, 76, 94
Freeman, Frederick C75 48, 81
Cine Kodak : Revere : Bell 51 Howell
FOR HOME MOVIES
IO H N S O N
315 E. State St. Rockford, Ill.
Kodoks Finishinq Supplies
City National Bank
Broadway at Seventh
ANSONIA BUILDING CORPORATION
Real Estate and Investments
225 SEVENTH STREET
Freeman, Johnny C75 48, 80
Friedberg, Rosealie C75 48, 81, S8
Friedman, Carole C8540
Friend, Gerald C95 9, 26, 38, 54, 93,
Gilmour, Neal C75 49, 80, 118
Gissler, DeVern C85 40, 116
Gladish, James C85 40, 80
Glomp, Nancy C95 27, 89, 102
102, 108, 116, 117, 118, 119 Glover, Richard C95 27 '
Ffask, Thomas C95 26 Goble, Cami 015 40 Irnperlal
Fritsch, John C75 46, 48, 81, 86 Golding, Cynthia C85 40, 81
Fritz, Betty C95 26 Gonzales, Gilbert, C75 37
Ilirnss, Gerry C85610, 70, 103, 118 Gorman? Judyf C75249, 81, 90 -
' 'rowein, 1 nne 5 26, 79, 89, 97 Grace, oyce 9 7
40,1441 175 48 61464, Q5 49 Corporatlon
Fulkrod, Kenneth C95 26, 76 Graham, Joyce C95 27
Fundy, Sharon C85 40 Graham, Mary C95 27, 79, 89
Funk, Albert C95 26 Grahn, Suzi C95 27, 78, 97, 101
Grattlo, Helen C95 27, 79, 85, 89,
' G Green, Roberta C75 49, 81
Gahm, Marlene C95 26, 82, 102 Greenberg, Bruce C95 27, 100
grills:-J.th,i?hi:grroi1 C575 48 Greenlee, Joan C85 40 5
' iam ino, 0 ert C8 40, 81 Greer, Margaret C75 49, 6
FlS1'1, Poultry czangestaa, cami 485 40, 81, as Greim, Donna C85 40, 54, 90, 103
Ganka, Darcy C75 48, 88 Griffin, Tune C85 40, 88, 90
Ganka, Garth C75 48 Griffin, Rogene C95 27, 89, 91, 92, Q
Gardner, Lennart C85 40 102
Garman, Phyllis C75 49, 88, 90, 92 Grunstad, John C95 37
. Garr, Daniel C75 49 Guffey, Patricia C95 27
Garr, Paul C95 26, 108, 110 Guidotti, Eddy C75 49, 84,118
Garrett, Nancy C95 26, 85 Gunter, Ronald C95 27, 108,110,112
Gasch, Donald C75 49, 37 Gunther, imelms C95 Z7
Gasoske. Carol Ann C75 49, 81, 90 Gustafson, Aloha C95 27, 89
Qasoske- Rfmald C97 27 Gustafson, Charles C75 46, 49, 78,
2153111-Qflna 387220 84, 97, 116, 1111, 120
fixing' EEE 593 Z7 Gustafson, Daniel C95 27
G ' S Gustafson, Donald C95 27
G22f,1l21gffS5,f827Qm49 Gustafson, l5onn C75 49, 110
. Gerbode, Kenneth C85 40, 80, 118 hfustafsou' Kathleen 48, 40' 88
Gibson, Donald C85 40 UUSIZIISOU, Efellflgilllfigfg- 32 so
Gibson, Judy C85 40 Gustafson, ans on 0, 1 , , '
Giilson, LeRoy C75 49, so 84 Klshwaukee
Gibson, Peter C95 27, 76, 116, 117 Gustafson, Marvin C85 40
Gibson, Robert C95 27, 76 Gustafson, Mary C75 49, 81
1655 Charles Gilbaugh, Darrell 195 27, 108, 111 Gustafson, Myrtle C75 37 Street
Gillespie, Dick C95 27, 77 Gustafson, Richard C35 40
Bea1e's Iewelry Store
406 East State Street
RINGS, WATCHES, DIAMONDS
404 Seventh Street
RADIOS v PIANOS
RECORDS 0 SHEET MUSIC
Band cmd Orchestra Instruments
124 NORTH MAIN STREET
The Home ot Hart Schctttner ci Marx Clothing
1800 Broadway I
ELCO TOOL AND SCREW CORPORATION
"Gibbs Gets the Goods"
L. H. GIBBS
HARDWARE and GIFTS
Standard Book Store
Dial 5-6461 1141 Broadway
Greeting Cards - School Supplies
Bibles and Christian Books
Gustafson, Thomas C83 40, 80, 84
Gustavson, Brandt C93 27, 54, 82,
84, 98, 100, 102, 103, 120
Guy, Robert C93 27, 77
Haeferer, Roberta Jane C83 40, 56
81, 86, 88, 90
Hagherg, Dorothy C93 27, 89, 91,
Hagelin, Gerald C73 49, 80
Hager, Beverly C93 Z7, 86
Hager, Claryce C83 40, 88
Hagg, Jacqueline C93 27
Haight, Irene C93 27, 54, 82, so, 93,
98, 100, 102
Haight, Nancy C7349
Haight, VValter C93 27
Haile, Rosemary C73 49
Halcum, Betty C83 40
1-1311, Kathy C93 27, 85
Hall, Rebecca C73 49, 83
Hall, Virginia C93 27, 61, 106
Hallberg, Bob C83 40, 80, 115
Hallden, John C93 27, 77
llalldcn, Raymond C73 49
Hallen, Sharon C93 27
Hallstrom, Don C93 27
Hallstrom, Janet C93 27, 79. 89, 91
Hallstrom, Sonja C83 40, 88, 90
llammerstran, Sandra C83 41
Haney, lva Lou C93 27
Hanko, Bill C93 27, 108
Hansey, Darlene C83 41
Hanson, Beverly C93 27, 89
Hanson on 3 ,
Hanson, Elaine C73 49, 88, 90
Hanson, Mary Alice C73 49
Hanson, Richard C93 27, 77
Haring, Karyl C73 49
Harrie, Bob C93 28
Harrie, Kay C83 41
, Diannalee C73 49, 81
, D C9 27 76
Harris, Donald C83 41
Harris, Fred C93 37
Harris, ,lack C83 41
Harris, Vvayne C93 28, 56, 118
Harter, Peggy C73 37
Hartje, Roberta C93 28, 79, 89, 102
Hartleb, Marianna C83 41
Haugdahl, Gary C83 41, 45, 77, 118
llauser, Robert C93 28, 108, 111
Hauser, Tony C83 41
Hauser, VVarren C73 49, 83
Hawkinson, Dale C93 28, 76, 115
Hawkinson, John C83 41, 65, 103,
Hawley, Catherine C83 41, 45, 79,
86, 88, 90, 96, 97
Hawthorne, Nancy C83 41
Hay, Barbara C73 49, 56, 83
Hayes, Eddy C73 49
Hayton, Alice C93 28
Haytorl, John C93 28
Heahler, Craig C73 49, 80
Hedrick, John C93 28, 76
Heflrick, Shirley C83 41, 84, 90
lleflin, Tommy C93 28, 54, 56, 84,
Heid, Joan C73 49
Hendrickson, Gail C93 28, 38, 54
Hendry, Bob C83 41, 45, 116, 117
llenthorn, Ronald C8341
Hickman, Lucille C73 49
Hinton, Marva C83 41, 88
Hirth, Kenneth C93 28
Hirth, Ronald C83 41
Hobson, Delores C93 28
Hodgson, Sheila C83 41
Ho1'1'man, Bradley C83 41, 45, 77
Hoffman, Sue C93 28, 84, 89, 91, 92
Hoke, XVarren C83 37
Hollenlxaugh, Susan C73 49
Hollingsworth, Marilyn C93 28, 60
Holloway, Albert C83 41, 96
Holloway, Ann C73 46, 49
FOUNTAIN SCHOOL SUPPLIES
Lumber 61 Fuel Co. ACl0lPhS01'1 Druq S1019
, The REXALL store
2213 East State Street
714 Seventh St.
DIAL M788 PRESCRIPTIONS DRUGS
GULLIN and BOIS
CLEANERS and DYERS
2303 Charles St. 2-6665 129 S. Third St. 2-6434
116 N. Wyman SL 2-7113 4938 N. Second St. 7-6321
MATCHED CABINET HARDWARE
HLASTING BEAUTY P012 YQUR ILIEDME To BE"
AMERlcAu cAsmET HARDWARE conv.
ANTHONY I EWELERS I ENSEN FLORIST
Fine lewelry and Watches '
"Say lt With Flowers"
Expert Watch Repairing at
, , IENSEN FLORIST
Electronic Timing .
5-3643 310 Tenth Street
1213 Broadway Dial 2-0824 Harold le-nsen
S T U C K E Y ' S
Style Store for Men and Boys
119-121 North Main Street Dial 2-3754
S. A. LAWSON PAINT CO.
508 East State Street
ART SUPPLIES 0 PICTURES v FRAMES
99 - 7th Street Dial 3-7626
l UST PRESCRIPTIONS
Holm, Diane C85 41, 88, 90
Holm, Elinor C95 28
Holm, Kenneth C95 28
Holm, Leah C75 49
llolman, Sue C85 41, 69, 90
Holinlverg, Julianne C75 46, 49,
Jacob, Janice C85 41
Jacobs, Thomas C75 49, 63
Jacobson, Jo Ann C85 41
Jacobson, Karin C95 28, 78, 91, 97
Ralph C85 41,80
Sylvia C75 49, 56, 88
81, 88, 90
Holmberg, Marlene C75 49, 62, 85
Holmbergz, Otto C85 41
llolmbn, Tommy C75 49, 87
Hoover, Richard C75 49, 115
Horn, Frank C85 41
Horst, Mary C85 41, 88, 90, 100
Hosfelfl, Roger C95 9, 28, 38, 76,
James, Lawrence C75 49, 81
Jaques, Betty C75 49, 81,88
Jarl, Maynard C95 28
Jarvis, Nancy C7549
Jensen, Gary C95 9, 28, 79, 85, 97,
Jeras, Frank C95 28, 108, 110, 112,
Hoskins, Jimmie C85 41, 45,108,
112, 113, 4, , 119
llougfhton, Vl'illiam C95 28, 65
Houser, Eleanor C95 28, 94
Houseweart, Deanna C85 41
I OE'S SHOE SERVICE
Houy, Jeanne C95 9, 28, 89, 91,
Ilufstedlcr, Donna C75 49
Hughes, Jerry C95 28, 108
Hulett, Ronnie C75 49, 83
Hultquist, Shirley C85 41
Hunt, Richard C95 28
Huntley, Norman C75 49
Hu , R ' C85 41, 6
Johnson, Allan C95 28, 76, 85, 108,
2, 113 119
111, 11 , 118,
Johnson, Barbara C85 41, 54, 88
Johnson, Barbara C75 49
Johnson, Bernie C85 41, 80, 118
Johnson, Betty C95 28, 38, 84, 89
Johnson, Billy C85 41
Johnson, Bobby C95 28, 76
Johnson, Brian C75 49
Johnson, Bruce C75 49, 54, 80
Johnson, Carl C75 49, 80
Johnson, Carla C85 41, 45, 79
Johnson Carleton C85 41 80
Johnson: Carlotta C95 28, 89
h , C l
smann onnic 0, 82, Jo nson aro C85 41,88
86, 97, 100, 103 Johnsun, Carol Ann C85 41, 68, 88
Huston, Richard C95 28, 85 Johnson, Carol Jean C85 41, 88
Huston, Tom C95 Z8 Johnson, Carter C85 41, 45
Johnson, Darlene C95 28, 89, 91,
I 102 A
lngrassia, Teclrly C95 28, sa, 106 JOQSSOU' Denms f7V'9-54-80181
Shoes Shined and Dyed IW- BMW U5 49 Jolmson. Dick co 49, so
Johnson, Don C85 41
J Johnson, Donald C95 28
.Any Color Jackson, George C75 49 Johnson, Donald C75 49, 80
Jackson, Joanne C95 28, 38, 54, 82, J0hn50n' Donald R- C93 9- 23. 102
- - ac son, ary 541, 58 0 nson, onna , , , ,
J 9512 99' 1028306 J 818' H7 D C95 9 28 as 54
106 Sevemh Street Rockford' 111111015 Jackson, Prudence C85 41, es, 90 71, sz, 89, 94, 98, 101, 102
IACK WALLER and SON
Men and Ladies Distinctive Tailoring
723 East State St. Dial 4-3121
Across from the Faust Hotel
WINNEBAGO CABINET CO.
Donna C95 28, 85
Doris C85 41, 86
Gary C95 28
Glenn C95 29
Jacqueline C85 41
Jane on 49
Janet. C85 41, 59
Janice C85 41, 54, 88
Janice C85 41
Jerry C75 49, 80, 87
Jim C75 49
,JoliXnn C85 41, 88, 90
Jo nny C85 41
Joy C85 5, 41, 88, 92
Karen C75 49
Kathleen C85 41, 88
Ken C85 41, 70, 103
Kent C75 49, 81
Kurt C75 49
lgslfe C85 41, 60
in a C85 41
Lowell C85 41, 61, 80
Lucille C95 29
Marilyn C85 41, 88, 90
Marjorie C75 49, 88
Marlys C95 29, 89
Mary C75 49, 88
Myrna C95 29, 54, 67, 78,
Nancy C85 41, 67, 81, 90
Nancy Jean C75 49, 63, 90
Newell C95 29, 77,115
Nils C95 29, 108, 109
Patricia C95 29, 73, 89, 102
Raymond C95 29
Richard C85 41, 95
Richard C75 49
Roberta C95 29, 94
Roger C95 29
Roger E. C85 41
Roger L, C85 41
Ronald C95 29
Ronald C75 49
Johnson, Ronald S. C95 29, 108,
110,1l2, 113,114,l18, 119
Johnson, Ronnie C2715 41, 73
Sandra 1 5 49
Sandy C95 29, 61, 89, 91
Jghnsoni Shirley C95 29, 78, 89
112, 114, 118
Johnson, Sue C75 49, 86
Johnson, Susan C75 49, 81
Johnson, Sylvia C75 46, 49, 57
Johnson, Ted C95 29
J h T 1 4
Stanley C95 29, 108, 111,
o nson, erre C85 1, 80
Johnson, Terry C95 29, 77, 112, 114
Johnson, Timmy C95 29, 38, 66, 76,
82, 98, 100, 102, 120
Johnson, Tom C85 41, 80, 116, 118
Johnson, Tom C75 50, 80
Johnson, Wayne C95 29, 77
, VVayne C75 50, 65, 80
Johnson, Willi-am C95 29
J n , B la C85 41
immy C85 41, 80
Jones, Leonard C75 50
Julrembfuch, Bill can 41, 80
Thomas C95 29
Kalen, Dennis C85 41
Kaslberg, Earl Q95 29, 82, 99, 100,
2131, Richard C75 50, 57,
ky, Charles C85 41
lichael C75 50, 80, 87
Kapellas, Anne C75 8, 50, 81
Kaplanes, George C75 50, 81, 115
Kggnlzgges, Mary Ann C85 41, 82,
s, Eugene C95 29
s, Joyce C75 50, 56, 86
Kassebaum, Norma C75 50,81
Keast, Karolyn C85 42, 84, 90
OAK 6 ffi
A 925 Third Avenue
KMA DIAL 5-7312 2 WM
55' . Rockford, lllinoisgtdgruxckx
1518 Broadway Dial 53834
GREETINGS TO THE
CLASS OE '51
704 Seventh St. Dial 4-1914
MOTOR SALES. INC.
303 Kishwaukee Street
PACKARD SALES 8 SERVICE
"The One for '5l" Dial 3-3451
Style Store lor Men and Boys
119-121 North Main Street Dial 2-3754
130 North First Street
Keeling, Patricia C81 42
Keller, Kerry C91 29
Keller, Luella C91 29, 89
Kelley, Donald C71 50,80
Keppcn, Ronald C9129, 61, 108
Kernwein, Kay C81 42
Kerschner, Marilyn C91 29, 89, 91
, John C81 42
Donald C71 50, 57, 83,
Ketchum, Carol C71 50
Ann C71 so
Bill fan 42
Kindstrom, Marjorie C71 45, 50,
86, 88. 90
King, Connie C9129
Krause, Sandra C81 42, 88, 92
Krivan, David C71 50, 70, 80, S2
Kruse, Jim C81 42
Kruse, Lyle C91 29, 77, 116, 117
Kuchefsl-ci, Stanley C71 50, 115
Kullbcrg, Sally C71 50, 56, 65, 83
Kyndel, Monica C71 46, 50, 54
Lager, Sandra C91 29, 89
Laken, Ricard C91 29
Lamay, Allen C71 50
Lampson, Sandra C91 29, 98, 106
Lane, James C71 50, 81
Ella C71 50
Lawrence C81 42, 45, 77, 101
Leon 491 29, 118, 119
Max C81 42
Thomas C81 42
VVayne C91 29
iller, Sharon C71 50
Kjezlerquist, David C81 42
Kjell, Kathryn C81 42, 88
Kjell, Phyllis C91 29, 61
Kjellgren, Mary Ellen C81 42
Kiellstrom, John C71 50
Klaeger, Bob C71 50, 115
Kleckner, Ronald C71 50, 83
Kline, Tommy C71 50,81
Knuclsen, Marlene C91 29, 82
Kochel, Barbara C81 42,81
Kolesky, Betty C91 29
Kolesky, Raymond C71 50
Kollherg, Barry C81 42
Koplos, Mary C81 42, 100
Korah, David C71 50
Kosowiec, John C71 42, 54
Kotche, Jim C71 50
Kowalewski, Kathryn C71 46, 50
Krahenhuhl, Richard C91 29
Kranski, Charles C91 29
Lane, Judith C81 42,81
Lantz, Conrad C71 50, 115, 118
Lapp, Linda C71 50
Lapp, Loraine C91 29
Lapp, Roger C91 30
LaRose, Jimmy C8142,80,118
, Marilyn C71 S0
, Andrew C91 30
Larson, Burdette C91 30, 77
Larson, Carolyn C71 50, 90
Larson, Donald C81 42, 80
Larson, Dorothy C71 50, 81
Larson, Harold C91 30, 76
Larson, Janet C91 9, 20, 30, 62, 89
Larson, Jerome C91 30
Larson, LaVerne C91 30
Larson, Mary Ann C81 42
Larson, Mary Ann C81 42, 82, 101
Larson, Patricia C71 46, 50, 88, 90
Larson, Paul C91 9, 30, 66, 102, 108
Larson, Rita C91 30, 54
Larson, Robert C81 42, 74
Larson, Ronald C91 30, 72
, Sandra C81 42, 90
Sig C91 30
, Thomas C71 50
dro, Anita C71 50
ack C91 30, 108, 110, 115
LUMBER 6: FUEL CO.
of Buildinq Materials
201 East State Street
Enjoy Your Lunch hour
PRED C. OLSON PRED C. oLsoN,I in the
' LINCOLN CAFETERIA
FRED C. OLSON Irs. . 5.
1VI01'll1Cl1'Y conveniently located
"Shoe Service That Satisfiesu
"lf We Car1't Do lt, No One Can"
114 South Wyman Street
Broadway Radio 61
Dial 5-8621 1126 Broadway
Radio Service and Supplies
Where the lowly hamburger
55 B 56
BROADWAY MARKET Voigt Music Center
Home Dressed Poultry
1535 Broadway 323Vz East State Street
2-2721 Dial 5-4941
Bicycles Tricycles Toys
Domestic-Schwinn Colson-Pal The Best
Imported-German G English lr. Toy All Year
SERVICE: Cn All Make Bicycles and Tricycles: PARTS
K E G E L ' S
219 E. State St. Rockford Cycle Sales Dial 5-4932
LaBob Luqqaqe Shop
526 Seventh Street Dial 5-2633
Everything in Luggage and Leather Goods
WE CARRY A COMPLETE LINE or LEATHER CRAFT SUPPLIES
I. C. PENNEY
RALPH E. LADD
1030 Broadway 3-1532
AREX and MARCELLE
Last, Mary Ann C75 50, 81, 88
Latt, Mary C85 42, 82, 88, 103
Laude, B111 C959,30,61,108,111,
112, 113, 114, 118
Lawnduski, Dorothy C75 50
Layng, Jane C75 50, 81, 88
Leaman, Janice C85 42, 54, 88
Leaman, Joan C85 42, 54, 86, 88
Lee, Clarence C75 50, 80
Lee, Harold C75 50
Lehman, Richard C95 50
Lemons, Patty C75 50
Leonard, Joan C85 42, 88
Lcvingston, Lennon C75 50, 80
Lignell, Charles C85 42, 80,118
Lind, Richard C75 50
Lind, Thomas C75 50,115
Lindberg, Peggy C95 30. 89, 91
Lindblade, Janice C95 30, 54, 78,
89, 91, 97
Lindblade, Jim on so, 54, 77, 102,
Lindell, Lanny C85 42, 115
Linden, Margo C85 42
Lindenberg, Dolores C75 50, 62
Lindenberg, Joyce C95 50
Lindfors, ltlargie C95 30, 61, 66, 67
Lindgren, Carol C85 42, 81, 90
Lindgren. Sandra C75 50, 81
Lindhe, Bill C85 42
Linclman, Janice C75 50, 81, 88, 90
Lindquist, Dennis C95 30, 102, 108,
Lindquist, Geraldine C95 30, 89
Lindquist, Joanne C75 50, 56, 84
Lindquist, Marlene C95 30, 89, 91
Lindquist, Ronald C85 42, 81
Lindsay, Gary C75 50,115
Lindskold, Mary C85 42, 70. 88, 103
Lindstrom, Corrinnc C85 42, 81
Lindstrom, ivrichael fsp 42, 84, 87
Lindslrom, Stuart C95 30, 66, 94,
99, 102, 108, 109
Lgrgdvahl, Ann C85 42, 45, 81, 90,
Lindvahl, Betty C95 9, 30, 79, 82,
89, 91, 92, 93, 97
Lloyd, Emory C75 42
Locascio. Frank C95 30
Lorlin, Dale C85 42, 66, 80, 102
Lofgren, Sandra C85 42, 73, 74, 81,
Logan, Jerry C75 50, 80, 116, 117
Lomax, George C95 30, 108, 109, 110
Lone, Suzanne C75 50, 83
Long, Bruce C75 50, 63
Long, Judy Ann C75 50, 86
Long, Roger C85 42, 115
Lorenz, Joan C85 42, 81, 88, 90, 100
Lorine, Don C95 30, 76
Lounsbury, John C95 30, 118
Lowden, Dolores C95 30, 72
Lower, Susan C85 42, 61, 88
Lowry, Clark C95 30, 76
Loy, Jack C95 9, 20, 30, 76, 84, 108,
Loy, Marian C85 42, 45, 78, 92, 97
Loy, Ronald C75 50
Loy, Thomas C85 42, 68
Lukitis, Violet C95 30, 91
Luna, Danny C95 30
Lund, Karla C95 30, 89
Lgzidberg, Cynthia C95 30, 89, 91,
Lundgren. Robert C85 42, 65, 80
Lundin, Bob C95 30
Lundquist, Beverly C85 42
Lundquist, Bob C85 42, 80, 118
Lundquist, Gary C75 50
Lundquist, if-ian C95 30, 86
Lundquist, artin C75 50
Lundquist, Nancy Jean C75 50
Lundstrom, Marlene C95 30, 89, 91
Lalgzdstrom, Roger C95 30, 93, 96,
Lundstroni, Yvonne C85 42, 81
Lunquist, Donald C95 30, 77
Lunquist, Stanley C71 50
Lutzow, Dick C71 50
Lutzow, Maynard C91 31
Lynch, Terry C71 50, 83, 115, 118
Maberry, Carol Sue C71 37, 50
Maclin, Lillie C81 37, 70
Madden, Laura C81 42, 92
Magnuson, Ronald C91 31
Magnuson, Sandra C71 50, 83, 88
Mahnke, Charles C81 42
Malcolmson, James C81 42
Mallquist. Kent C71 46, 50, 80
Malm, Karin C91 31, 76, 79, 89
Malmgren, Kenneth C91 31, 77, 98
Malmgren, Robert C81 42, 45, 68,
Manalli, Jacqueline C91 31
Mandt, Carolyn C91 31
Mangiaracina, Nicky C71 50
Manning, Mary C91 9, 31, 38, 78,
93, 94, 97, 102
Manrod, Richard C81 42
Marino, Joan C91 31
Mark, Phyllis C71 8, 50, 81, 88,90
Marotta, Larry C91 31
Marshall, Agness C81 5, 42, 45, 78,
Martarano, Mike C81 42
Martarano, Sarah C71 50, 59
Martin, Elmer C71 46, 50, 87,118,
Martin, Louise C9131, 89
Martinetti, Donald C91 31, 77, 118
Mason, Faith C91 31
Mather, Dale C91 31
Matheson, Judy C91 31, 38, 73, 85,
Mathews, Frank C81 42
Mattoon, John C71 51, 80
Mattox, Katherine C91 31
Mattson, Jack C81 42
Mauro, Yolanda C71 51, 54, 69
Maxwell, Jeanette C91 S, 31, 82,
Mayer, Joan C91 31
Mays, Laron C91 31
McCammond, Marilee C81 42, 45,
McCam1a, Corinne C91 31, 54, 86,
McCloy, Karen C81 42
McClure, Cynthia C9131
McClure, Dale C71 51
McClure, Hal C91 31
McClure, Richard C81 42
McCoy, Theodora C71 51, 62
McCullough, Lorraine C91 31
McDonald, Judith C81 42, 70, 82,
88, 101, 103
McDonnell, Carol C71 51
McDonnell, Johnny C71 51
McDonough, Robert C71 51
McGhee, Mabel C91 31, 82, 84
McGraw, Gary C71 51. 80
McGraw, Katherine C91 31, 78, 91
McGuire, Dick C91 31
Mgntosh, Charles C71 51, 54, 80,
McKnight, Sally C71 51, 68, 88
McNaught:on, Judy C81 42, 81
McSherry, Naida C81 42
Mead, Bob C91 31, 76, 102
Meek, Stuart C91 31
Me1in,Ann-Marie C9131, 89, 94,
Mera, Joe C81 42
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Metzger, Judy C71 51
Miller, Emery C91 31
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Miller, Patricia C9131, 84,103
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Miller, Rheta C81 42
Miller, Ronnie C71 51,118
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Miller, Shirley C93 31
Mintz, Paula C73 46, 51, 70, 88
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Montague, Delayne C93 31, 89, 91
Montgomery, Barbara C93 31
Morrison, David C73 51, 80, 83
Morrison, jane C93 31
Morrison, Julie Rae C93 31, 89
Morsbach, Carl C73 51
Mosier, LaFern C83 43, 82
Mosser, Phyllis C83 43, 45, 81, 95
Moyer, Marvin C93 31
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Munson, Dean C73 51, 80
Murphy, Kathleen C93 31
Murphy, Ted C93 31
Murray, Jill C93 32, 89, 91
Musser, Joe C93 32
Myers, Martha C93 32, 102
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83, 88, 90
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Nelson, Tony C83 43, 45, 76, 118
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Joyce C71 51
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QUALITY DRUGS 412 East State Street
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Reynolds. Ruby C81 43, 88, 90, 101
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Porter, Barbara C91 33 Richardson, Helen C91 33, 71
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Porter, Katherine C81 43, 88, 90, 92 Rinedollar, Darold C81 43, 80, 118
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Preziuso, Helen C91 33, 89 Robbins, Dixie C91 33, 60, 86 ll
Price, ,Tohny C91 33 Roberts, Garland, C91 34, 83, 106
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Rush, Robert C75 52
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Rinshed-Mason Auto Lacquers
Minnesota Mining Sandpaper
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221 North Main Street
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pencer, Donna C73 52, 90 109, 111, 112, 113,118
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of Staas, Janice C93 35 Swanson, Jerry Ann C73 52
Staff, Shirley C73 52 Swanson, Judy C73 52, 81
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Stalcup, Jerry C73 52, 63, 80 Swanson, Marilyn C93 35, 85, 89
Stange, Roger C93 35, 38, 62, 85 Swanson, Mary Sue C73 53, 81
Stannard, Arlen C73 52 Swanson, Ralph C93 35
Stanton, Frank C83 37 Swatsley, Audiss C83 44, 61
Steele, Bob C73 52, 115 Sweeney, Barbara C93 35
Steen, Shirley C93 35 Swenson, Bob C93 35
Steffa, Joan C73 52, 88 Swenson, Dolores C93 35, 91
Stenger, Donald C83 44 Swenson, Mabel C83 44, 90
Sterling, Delbert C73 52, 80 Swenson, Margareta C73 53, 54
1102 Twelfih Si.
Cold Meats and Fruits
C. V. Olson Clothing Co.
218-220 SEVENTH STREET
Mallory Hats lnterwoven Socks
BURD PISTON RING CO.
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1450 CHARLES sr.
William CBi1D Lee
CLEAN USED FURNITURE
:S Appliance Co.
1512 Seventh Streei Dial 4-2616
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Swenson, Nancy C83 44, 70, 103
Swenson, Priscilla C93 35, 38, 86,
89, 91, 92, 104
Swick, Connie C93 35
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Sypher, Jerry C93 35, 79, 82, 120
Szenner, Suzanne C93 9, 36, 38,
78, 85, 89, 91, 93, 97
Tagrin, Priscilla C93 36, 89, 91
Tangorra, Louis C73 53
Tangorra, Louise C83 44, 90, 92
Tate, Fronia C93 36
Taylor, Dick C83 44
Teeters, Dennis C93 36, 109, 110,
Temporali, Loretta C93 36, 89, 91,
Tepper, Marvin C83 44
Terrell, Dana C83 44, 78, 88
Terveer, Linda C83 44
Teske, Teddy Lee C83 44
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Thompson, Billy C93 36, 76, 94, 102
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Thorn, Tyler C83 44, 45
Thorne, Gerry C83 44, 81, 88, 90
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Timmons, Alice C93 36
Timmons, Darlene C83 44
Timmons, Donna C73 53
Timmons, Jacky C83 44, 80, 87
Tomlinson, Evelyn C83 44, 60
Tompson, Lawrence C93 36
Tormohlen, John C83 44, 83, 87
Toti, Robinetta C73 53
Townsend, Rickard C73 8, 53, 118
Trank, Barton C93 36, 112, 114
Trank, Jack C73 37
Trapani. Joanne C83 44
Trenholm, George C93 36
Trotter, Cappy C93 36
Trotter, Nova C73 53, 84
Troup, Dottie C93 5, 9, 36, 82, 84,
89, 91, 92
Turner, Marilyn C93 36, 91
Ullrich, Garry C83 44
Ulrich, Barbara C83 44
Ulrich, Ronald C83 44
Underwood, Ronald C83 44, 80
Utsey, Ella Mae C73 53, 57, 83
Uzuanis, Pat C73 53, 81, 88, 90
Vale, Gladys C83 44, 82, 88, 90, 101,
Valentine, George C93 36, 57, 108,
110, 112, 113, 118
Valleau, Carol C93 36
Van Alstyne, Pat C83 44, 81, 88, 90
Vance, Roscoe C73 8, 53
Vance, Wade C93 36, 58
VanderWall, Chris C93 36, 82
Vanstone, Mary Ann C73 53, 62, 64
Vanstrom. Richard C83 44
Vaughn, Tom C93 36, 94, 102
Verkuilen, Jeannie C73 53
Vincer, Joanne C93 36, 89, 92, 94
Viola, Norman C73 53, 59
Vittetow, Jack C93 36, 108, 111
Vifahlberg, Jerry C73 53
Wahlmark, Curt C83 44
Wahlstrom, Sandra C93 36, 89, 91,
94, 102, 121
WVaishnor, Janice C73 46, 53
Walant, Joan C93 9, 36, 56, 82, 94,
95, 101, 102
Walker, Margaret C93 36, 94
Walker, Ousley C93 36
Wallace, Bessie C83 44, 69
Tompkins Allied Motors, Inc. Rudelius
Ce Home of the
Cream Three Day Driving Trial o
Bob Lynch, Mgr. Special
1501 Kishwaukee 4-9243 Aiierliion
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Corner Houseware Electric Appliances Prescription
State 6 Charles C, E, Anderson Service
. Elecrtic Co.
415 Seventh Street .
Office at Dm 3 4332
1313 Broadway 1 - 402 Seventh
Phone 2-4922 Chinaware Gas Ranges 3-8435
Class of 1951
ARCTIC ICE CREAM
1447 Charles 2-9237
Be Your Headquarters Now
and in the Future
411 Seventh Street
VVa1lin, Dennis C73 53, 57, 83, 87
VVallin, Donna C93 36, 68
Vifanfalt, Dean C73 53,83
XVanner, Sanford C93 36
XYarner, Richard C73 53
Warner, VVesley C93 36
W'arren, Kenneth C93 36
XVaskiewicz, James C73 53, S0
VVebb, Deloris C93 36
VVeher, Jerry C73 53, 115
Vifehster, Patsy C93 36, 60
VVegner, Gretchen C93 36, 86, 106
Vifeihman, Robert C93 36, 76
VVelden, Edward C93 36
VVells, Diane C73 53
VVe1sby, Nancy C83 44
VVelsh, Nancy 44, 45, 54, 79, 82,
XVe1ty, Susan C93 36, 78, 94, 102
VVerIing, Gerry C93 36, 76, 94, 101
VVernick, Jerry C83 44, 118
VVernstrom, Barbara C93 36, 89, 91,
Vifcrts, Sandra C73 53, 81
VVest, Barbara C93 36, 89
VVestberg, Bob C83 44, 83
VVestfall, James C93 36
wearing, Seth csp 44, so
Vvettcrstrand, Bill C83 44, 54, 70,
Viletterstroin, Priscilla C83 44
White, Donna C73 53, 81
White, Shirley C83 44, 81
Whitehead, Earl C73 53, 80, 87
VVhittington, Colleen C83 44, 81
Wlidergren, Jean C93 36, 89
VVikstrom, Barbara C73 53, 88
VVik5trom, Sharon C73 53, 88
Wilcox, Teddy C93 37
Wiler, Robert C93 37
Vililliams, Burdette C93 37
XVilliams, Joyce C93 37, 82
VVilliam5, Valerie C83 44
VVilliams, VVayne C8344
VVills, Bill C83 44, 84
VVilmer, Myrna C83 44, 90,101
Viiilson, Henry C93 37
VVilson, LaVerne C73 37
VVilson, Marilyn C73 37
Vililson, Shirley C73 53, 81, 90
VVinans, Ernest C93 37
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st, Claudette C93 37, 61
VVinquist, Mary C83 44, 81, 90
VVinter, Clifford C83 44
W'inter, Darlene C93 37, 89, 91
Vlfisner, Julie C83 44, 90
Vi'isocki, Jane C93 37
VVood, Eddie C73 53. 80
VVo0d, John C73 53, 69
Worthington, Bill C93 37, 94, 101
VVright, Pearl C93 37
VVright, Sharon C83 44, 58, 70, 103
Yagel, Beverly C73 53
Yardley, Caroline C83 44, 88, 92
Young, Kay C73 53, 81, 90
Young, Mary Ann C83 44, 88, 89, 90
Young, Ronny C93 37, 64
Zack, David C83 44, 81, 86
Zagnoni, Kenny C83 44, 81
Zahm, Karl C93 37
Zimmer, Beverly C73 53
Zimmer, Bob C83 44, 115
Zorrlan, Jim C93 20. 37, 108, 111,
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428 Seventh Street Rockford, Illinois
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SWAN PETERSON 61 SON, Inc.
FLOWERS FOR ALL OCCASIONS
Phone 3-8433 109 S. Longwood Street
EVERETT R. BENGTSON
Car-Pet-Line Building Telephone 3-9617
SIOSTROM 62 SONS, Inc.
1718 Seventh Avenue
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