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Schlarman, D.D., whose zeal for you+h
begol' Alleman High: whose pries+ly
counsel and maferial assis+ance fosfered
+his dream of +he Ca+holic people of
+he area: whose ini+ia+ive developed an
archi+ec+'s blueprinl in+o a realify, we
dedicafe our firsf annual, The Pioneer,
in a spiri+ of filial love and obedience.
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This is our TirsT Holy Year. This is our iniTial annual. BoTh of These
"TirsTs" have a proTound significance Tor us, The sTudenTs of Alleman.
One is a record of The pasTg The oTher, a promise of The TuTure.
The Two combined reTlecT our CaTholic heriTage which we have
received: our CaTholic obligaTions To which we musT give ourselves.
WiTh our idealism undimmed, we are sTriving To make This yearbook
The besTg This Holy Year, The holiesT.
The Holy Year will pass wiTh our youTh, buT The eTTecTs oT iT will
be wiTh us ThroughouT our lives. TwenTy-Tive years Trom now, in The
year l975, There will be, if TradiTion proves True, anoTher Holy Year.
Our dreams and hopes oT Today will have been realized Then, and
we will look back wiTh nosTalgic remembrance upon our TirsT Holy
Year-The year when our Alleman days became acTualiTies, when
we prayed Tor The peace +ha+ The world cannoT give, when we Turned
our eyes Toward The Holy CiTy and uniTed wiTh Pope Pius XII in
pledging our TideliTy To his five maior inTenTions Tor The Holy Year.
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Bishop Schlarman blesses The cornersTone Tor Alleman High School
An area oT six acres adjoining Lincoln Park and
exTending Trom ElevenTh To ThirTeenTh Avenue
and Trom ForTieTh To ForTy-second STreeT com-
prises The Alleman grounds. The ground was TirsT
broken in I948.
Upon The TeasT oT The AssumpTion oT Our
Blessed MoTher, as Bishop Schlarman blessed and
seT in place The cornersTone oT This sTrucTure, The
Alleman High School Board voiced Their graTiTude
To God and Their deTerminaTion To emulaTe His
loving concern Tor The youTh so dear To The
HearT oT ChrisT.
The consTrucTion conTracT was To be TulTilled
by June, I949. The TirsT school year was To be
The cornersTone conTains Bishop Schlarmans
address, a sTone Trom The TirsT church oT The area,
The names oT The diTTerenT parish churches, and
The hisTory OT FaTher Alleman and Alleman High.
Highly honoring The CaTholic people oT Rock
Island CounTy oT The diocese oT Peoria, His Ex-
cellency, The lviosT Reverend AmleTo Giovanni
Cicognani, fXposTolic DelegaTe To The UniTed
STaTes, oTTiciaTed Sunday, AugusT 28, T94-9, aT The
colorTul and impressive dedicaTion oT The new
Alleman High School.
BrighT sunshine and a cooling breeze augmenTed
The laTe summer background To Torm a perTecT
ouTdoor seTTing Tor The colorTul and impressive
ceremony which Took place in TronT oT The school
aT The corner oT ElevenTh Avenue .and ForTieTh
STreeT, and aTTracTed a crowd oT men, women
and children esTimaTed aT nearly seven Thousand
Opening The program was The Reverend Enos
H. Barnes, pasTor oT ST. lv1ary's Church, Moline,
who spoke on The schools hisTory and paid Trib-
uTe To Monsignor Durkin, FaTher Culemans, and
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The MosT Rev. Archbishop Cicognani
addresses The people aT The dedicaTion ceremony
Monsignor Durlcin, pasTor OT ST, Joseph's Church,
Rock Island, Then gave a deTailed accounT oT T e
early appeals Tor a Rock Island CounTy CaTholic
high school and Told of Bishop Schlarman's gen-
erosiTy and assisTance in The maTerializaTion OT
H ulo ized The eTTorTs oT The laTe FaThcr
e e g
Culemans in insTigaTing acTion Tor Alleman. Per-
ha s more Than anyone else in The viciniTy, Mon-
signor Durlcin, Vicar General oT The diocese, has
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Tound in The new school The realizaTion oT is
d ms, He was one oT The TirsT To see The need
Tor a cenTral CaTholic high school and was one
oT The principal Torces behind The purchase oT The
necessary properTy. From The beginning, every
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sTep in The planning and building oT The sc oo
has had The beneTiT oT his enThusiasTic supporT
Following Monsignor Durlcin's address, Bishop
S hlarman inTroduced The AposTolic DelegaTe.
As a prelude To The inTroducTion, His Excellency
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ex ressed his graTiTude To The CaTholics and a
oTher residenTs OT The counTy who gave Time and
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Tinancial aid Toward The erecTion oT T e ne
hool Having paid a TribuTe To Monsignor Dur-
lcin's eTTorTs, The Bishop sTaTed ThaT The idea Tor The
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resenT school was originaTed by The lafe Reveren
T S d HearT Parish, Moline.
J. B. Culemans o acre
The AposTolic DelegaTe Then delivered The dedi-
caTion address. Discussing The signiicance o
d Ti n in The lighT oT The CaTholic Church,
e uca o
he said: "The Church has always TormulaTed her
'raTio sTudiorum,' her program oT educaTion, on
The Two ToundaTions oT TaiTh and reason, because
i T his
TaiTh and reason have been g.ven To man or
Tion, Tor The acguisiTion oT TruTh and Tor
The aTTainmenT oT his Tinal end."
"The TruThs oT TaiTh and oT moraliTy," he con-
Tinued, "Tar Trom clipping TruTh, illuminaTe iT,
develop iT, and render iT easier To lcnow. Gne
musT noT believe ThaT The principles oT Tailh and
oT moraliTy impose a Tyranny oT ThoughT7 on The
conTrary, The church condemns any enslavemonT
oT mind or ThoughTg only TyranTs make use oT ii
To sTrip man oT his liborTy and digniTy.
"The church," he wenT on To say, "is promoTing
d caTion ThaT Takes man as he is, wiTh inTellecT
and will, an inTelligenT and spiriTual being wiTh
an immorTal soul: all These are comprised in The
TormaTion oT man. Man is indivisible . . . we
call him an individual . . . and wherever he is
oes he carries wiTh him all oT himselTg IT is
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ThereTore necessary ThaT The same principles direcT,
inspire, and animaTe every phase oT his liTe, aT
home and in school, in privaTe and in public. Thus
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you have a man who is conTormed To his princip es,
a man who is True To himselT."
His Exceliency Hue Mos+ Rev. Amlefo Giovanni Cicognani biesses Nieman High School
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ATTer his address, Archbishop Cicognani
blessed The school. In The blessing riTes
he was aTTended by Bishop Schlarman and
assisTed by The Reverend W. H. Cleary,
deacon: The Reverend J. F. Crowley, sub-
deaconp The Reverend L. A. Woiciechowski,
censor-bearer: The Reverend John l-T. Cal-
lahan, holy waTer-bearer: The Reverend
Joseph H. Wolvers, boolc-bearer: and The
Reverend Jerome V. Morrissey, candle-
Following The program, The members oT
The audience enTered The new school To
inspecT iTs modern inTerior. IT was more
Than Two hours beTore The main crowd had
Tinished Touring The building, and oTher
visiTors came unTil eighT o'cloclc Sunday
Monsignori aTTended The ceremony
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The Catholic Church tosters the care ot all men
regardless ot color or race. Allernan students unite
with Pope Pius Xll in praying and striving "that each
one by prayer and pen ance should make expiation tor
his sins and should so strive tor a Christian retorm ot
morals and tor Christian virtue that this great jubilee
shall have as its tinest tlower THE UNIVERSAL RE-
TURN OF ALL MEN TO CHRIST."
Zfnal' Mu gfzeal fufifee dfzalf fnaae ad, iid,
fined' ffawea ffm uniaefzdaf fzefufzn
of all men fa efmiftl'
Reverend John F. O'Connor
Under The able direcTion and leadership oT
FaTher John O'Connor, The TaculTy members, re-
ligion insTrucTors, and oTTice Torce worked TogeTher
in a happy and eTTicienT adminisTraTion. A new-
cerTainly a unique-seT-up in This locale was The
Teaching sTaTT. Four orders oT sisTers, The SisTers
of ST. BenedicT, SisTers oT ChariTy of The Blessed
Virgin Mary, SisTers oT ST. Francis, and SisTers oT
ST. Dominic combined Their eTTorTs and abiliTies
To Torm a lceen, vigorous TaculTy. Working wiTh
The sisTers were lay insTrucTors Tor indusTrial arTs
and physical educaTion. PriesTs oT The diocese gen-
erously gave Their Time To Teaching religion To
homeroom groups each Wednesday. In This way
sTudenTs were in consTanT and inTormal conTacT
wiTh The priesTs who could give Them consTanTly-
needed spiriTual direcTion. Homeroom sisTers
TaughT religion on The oTher Tour days.
AssisTing FaTher O'Connor in The adminisTraTion
was FaTher Richard Powers, who was in charge oT
The school Tinances and who headed The embryonic
music deparTmenT. FaTher direcTed The acTiviTies
oT The Home and School AssociaTion, and during
FaTher O'Connor's brief sTay in Rome, acTed as
principal oT Alleman.
Miss Anna Mae l-lollemloaelc and Miss Marjorie
Jones were able oTTice assisTanTs To FaTher O'Con-
nor, Taking care oT all The ineviTable deTailed lisT-
ings, recordings, and correspondence, and The
sundry oTher duTies oT an eTTicienT oTTice Torce.
A board oT direcTors, composed oT The pasTors
oT The area, deTermined The over-all planning oT
The school and Toolc on The burden oT The Tinancial
FaTher Powers and FaTher O'Connor plan The schedule
Alleman School Board, lefr +o riqh+: R+. Rev. Msgr. Thomas J. Jordan, Very Rev. Msqr
J.J. Leven, Rev. John O'Connor, R+. Rev. Msgr. P. H. Durkin, Rev. Enos H. Barnes
Rev. Wm. Cleary.
Bishop Schlarman celebrafes Mass in gymnasium
Very Rev. Msgr. F. P. Bleclce
Due To flue inreresred and expers
ienced guidance of Monsignor P. P.
Bleclce, diocesan direcior of schools,
The Alleman curriculum has been one
of lwiglrraiing, iarfranging scholarship.
Rev. Richard J. Powers
ln addiiion To his supervision oi
school finances, Farber Richard Pow-
ers also worked wiili Failwer O'Connor
in ine adminisiraiion.
Office personnel- Miss Anna Mae l-lollernbaelc, Miss Marjorie Jones, Miss Joan De Paepe
Sis+er Alexia, O.S.B.
Sisfer M. Annelle, B.V.M,
Sis+er An+oine'He, O.S.B.
Sisler M, Arlhur, O.S.F.
Sisfer M. Bernard, O.S.B.
Sislers af lunch
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Sis'rer M. Borgia, B.V.M.
Religion, Journalism, Englislw
Sisfer Celes+ine, O.S.B.
Sisfer Clarisse, O.S.B.
Religion, World l-lislory, Geography
Sis+er M. Emmanuel, O.P.
Religion, Cl1emis+ry, General Science
Sis+er M. Faber, B.V.M.
Religion, General Business, Bookkeeping
Sisier Gabriel, O.S.B.
Religion, Typing, Slioriliancl x
Sisier M. Jean Joseph, B.V.M.
Religion, Typing, Slworlliand, Algelnm
Sisier Joanna, O.S.F,
Sisfer M. Juliana, B.V.M,
Religion, American Hisiory
Sisfer Louise, O.S.B.
Religion, Englislw, Lalin
Going up Cafeieria line
In conference: Sisler Clarisse, Sisier M. Emmanuel
Sisier M. Lucilla, Sisfer Joanna
Sisfer M, Lucilla, B.V.M.
Sisfer M. Renee, B.V.M.
Sisfer M. S+. Maiella, B.V.M.
Religion, English, American l-lislory
Sisfer M. Vera, B.V.M.
Religion, Mallriemalics, General Science,
Sisfer M, Wilfrid, O.P.
Assisianf Coaches: Roco Carbone, Dale Hughes
Miss Timo+hea Vann
Girls' Physical Educaiion
Mr. Daniel Naeri'
Mr. Roberi' Maloney
Coach, Boys' Physical Educafion
Mr. Louis Di lulio
R+. Rev. Msgr. Thomas J, Jordan
Sacred l-learl Church, Roclc lsland
Rev. John Callahan
Sl. Ambrose Church, Milan
Rev. George J, Schroeder
Sl. lvlary's Church, Roclc Island
Religion lll, Sponsor Camera Club
Rev. Joseph Wolvers
S+. Anne's Church, Easl Moline
Religion l, ll
Whal can be so amusing?
Rev. Willia m Boucher
Sr. Josephs Church, Rock Island
Rev, Eugene E. Gould
Sl. Josephs Church, Rock Island
Religion I, II, Alhleric Direcror
Rev. Jerome Morrissey
SI. Marys Church, Moline
Religion I, II
Rev. Berfhold Drendel
Sacred I-Iearr Church, Moline
Religion I, II
l Rev. Nicodemus Russo
S+. Marys Church, Easl Moline
Religion I, III
Wilh lhe advenl of The Holy Year, Alleman gradu-
afes loolc Toward Jrhe Elernal Cily for inspiralion and
guidance, heeding The Holy Fa+her's inlenlion "'rha+
we insisfenlly beg of God Thai lhe lidelily due lo
Our Divine Redeemer and To His Holy Church be
mainfained by all wilh an inflexible spiril and an
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Berl' Weslemeyer, Presidenl
Jose h Cl
p ar in, Secrelary
Michael Corlxen, Treasurer
open officially inilialing lhe l-loly Year in
Rome, anolher door, less langilole bul e II
signiiicanl, was opening wide To Alleman
seniors-The door ol lhe lulure, lhe lhresf
hold ol lheir new life.
As lhe Holy Door swung slowl
Bringing wilh Th i ir
diilerenl high schools, The seniors unifed and
worked in harmony foward one goal-lhe
long awailed and dislinguished privilege of
being lhe lirsl Alleman graduales. Number'
ing ninely-live, lhe senior class is proud of ils
parl in lhe pioneering and lashioning of lhis
lirsl year and lhe l bl' ' '
lions of fhe lulure.
em lhe besl from line'
es a ishing ol lhe Tradi-
Lorraine Nelson, Oclober l9,
l932 - Augusl l4, l949. A lov-
ing memenlo lo The ninery-sixlh
member of rhe graclualing class.
Lorraine Nelson was lcillecl in an
acciclenl while vocalioning wilh
her parenls lasl summer.
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MAN ALLEMAN LLEMANALLEMANALLEMANALLEMANALLEMAN
Mary Lou Avila Merlyn Carolan
SI. Josephs, Rock Island SI. Joseph's, Rock Island
Quieily zealous . . , so happy Io help . . . Dance-floor smoolhy . . . woman haler . .
Edward Ballzer Michael Corken
S+. Ambrose, Milan Sacred I-Iearl, Rock Island
NonchaIanI as you please , . . "Diamond" personalify . , .
Ambrosian Ierror . famed for sporfs . .
Mary Calkins Kalhleen Cupp
Sacred I-learl, Roclc Island SI. Marys, Moline
Pinch of Ihoughi . . . dash of friendliness . . Self-conlained . , . keen sense of values .
Earl Calkins Norma DeCommer
Sacred I-Iearl, Rock Island S+. Josephs Roclc Island
Exemplary class member . . . Unbounded ambilion . . .
Iulure sporlscasier . dependaloiliiy, her proudesi Iooasi . . .
"Music, Music, Music"
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Sacred l-leari, Moline
Good guy . . . frank and hearly companion
S+. Mary's, Moline
IO:OO scholar . . . our ideologisi . .
Sacred l-leari, Moline
Eyes alighl . . .
ever ready smile and genius for lun
Sacred l-learl, Rock Island
Roving cameraman . . .
'Undernealh 'rhe Sheliering Palms"
Sacred l-leari, Roclc Island
Charm wilh a praclical louch . . .
a hard and sready worlcer
Sacred Heari, Moline
Top-nolch funsier . . .
big hearled as lhey come
Sacred l-learl, Rock Island
Passion for green . . . compeienl iypisl
Sl. Mary's, Moline
A naiural for friendship . . . iusi righi'
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LLP A LEMAN LIFMANA LHMA ALLEMANAl.l.liMANALI.FMAN
Conslance Leese Mary Poelvoorde
Si. JOSepl1'S, Rock Island S+, Marys Eagl Moline
Gracious lemperameni . . . A bil Qi Sunshine , , ,
a smile and a "hi" for everyone . . . 5 power among friends ,
Joanne Lelioy Sacred l-leari, Rock island
S+. Joseph s, Rock Island P 1: U I d
Pleasani in manner . . . will-o'-ihe-wisp . . ro esslona ancer aeisyined for Success
Kennelh Link Alice Rogers
Sacred l-learl, Rock Island Sacred l-lead' Rock lsland
Eins+ein's prolege . . . squinl of lhe eye Qmel' Lmrultlled ' ' '
saluraled wilh common sense . . .
Rosemary Murphy Helene iRUe+l'1
Sacred l-learl, Rock Island Sl- JOSGPHS. Rock l5l5nd
Youlhlul charm . . . lhal lrish lwinlcle . . . Cafelfee and QGY - - - filled Wifh enemll' - - -
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Sl. Mary's, Moline
Quiel efficiency .
S+. Mary's, Moline
S+. Mary's, Moline
Good nalured lo lhe nlh power
led wilh gay humor . a regular guy
Sacred l-learl, Moline
Lively good humor . . . a friend indeed . , . Loyal and True . . charming smile
Carol Schweslca Henry Verplaefse
Sacred l-learl, Moline Sacred l-learl, Moline
Genlle goodness . . . singing, her assel . , Life of every parly Oh' lhal brow
S+. Mary's, Moline
S+. Mary's, Moline
. . . regal poise . . . Execulive Jrype . . animaled originalily
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Fu+ure mas+er mechanic
S+. Josephs Roclc Island
Easy-going "Joe" ...his
S+. Mary's, Roclc Island
Vibran+ as her red loclcs
The I950 Seniors
S+. Josephs Rock Island
, . . congenial . . Always on her +oes . . . o++ice whirl . .
S+. Mary's, Moline
famous Ah-h-h's . . . Twinlcles wi+h +un , . .
happies+ when helping . .
' . ' S+. Josephs Rock Island
eques+rienne en+husias+ . . S+erling charac+er . . .winning personali+y . .
S+. Mary's, Moline
S+. Marys Eas+ Moline
A demon in +oo+balI . . . E++ervescen+ as ginger-ale . . ,
and compe+en+ . . yen +or spor+s and +un .
The I95O Seniors
Ronald Hudson Kafhleen King
Sf. Mary's, Rock island Sacred l-learf, Moline
S. H, Sleeper . . . Whimsical gaify . . .
packs a "punch" of personalify . . nimble fingers on fhe 88's .
'loan Kerres Jeanann Liffig
Sl- -loseloli 5' Rock lslenol Sf. Josephs Rock Island
SWeelne55 Coupled Wllli Cwiefness - - s Alerf and spirifed . . . irreplaceable friend . . .
genuine personalify . .
Richard Kochuyf Edwincillricailhg k I I d
Sacred l-learf, Moline Page' I jar EC San
Full of rascalify . , . handsome "Dick" . . Olenlle' Ire, lg lerf ' ' .
six feef of quiefness . .
Sf. Annes Easf Moline Donna McMillin
Refreshing individualify . . . S+- MNYNS' Easf Moline
everybody's buddy . , Refreshing personalify . , . l-li-C sfruclc . .
"Tell Me A Sfory"
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The I950 Seniors
MAN ALLEMAN AILEMAN ALLLMAN ALLEMAN ALLEMANALLEMAN
Jacqueline Meersman Marian Parr
Sacred Hearl. Moline S+. Josephs, Rock lsland
The '50 yearboolc, her specially . , . Never G dull rnomenl - - -
par excellence in all her aclions . . leughler +l1a+ lingers . .
Murrel Moller Belly Provoosl
S+. Josephs, Rock Island Sl. Annes. Easl Moline
Full of fun and pleasanlry . . . Qulel Charm . . .
gay conversalionalisl , . a lillle sugar dashed wilh spice . . .
Gerald Murrin 'Richard Rempe
Sacred l-learl, Rock lsland Sl. Josephs Roclc lsland
Fulure eleclrician . . . always dependable . . . Jovial ancl good nalured . . .
wilh a hearl for anylhing . .
S+. Josephs Rock lsland James Rodebush
Elegfrigally Charged I , , Sacred l-learl, Roclc Island
personalily radialecl . , . Excuse-experl . . . Bowladrome happy . .
"Beyond The Blue Horizon"
The I9 0 Seniors
Rober+ Rodfs Pafricia VanCamp
Sacred l-leari, Moline S+. Alphonsus, Davenpori
Masler mechanic . . . Leader in sporls . . .
smiles away dillicullies . . combines energy and spirif . .
Roberi' Sfaes I
Sacred l-leari, Moline
S+. Mary's, Easf Moline
Quick of grep . 5 . dramahcally inclined Q . i Refreshingly candid . . . bound io succeed . . .
Joan Slrom Sacred I-learlr, Rock Island
Sacred l-leari, Moline
u Sleep-happy . . .
Laughs lllrough llle ' ' ' Q ' a voice as deep as his name . . .
cenrer of pep and vrialiiy . . .
BernadeH'e Tragarz Sr. Josephs, Rock Island
Holy TVIUHY- Moline Characfer sirong . . .
Ever-laughing . . . full of 'fun . . . sfeady srudenf, skillful arhlele . .
"Open Door, Open Arms"
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MAN AILEMAN LLFIN NA LEMANALLEMANALLEMANALLEMAN
Sacred l-learr, Moline
A challenge io charm . . .
holds las? io ideals
Sacred l-learr, Moline
Perfecfion al The pallel . . .
beauly and brains plus
S+. Mary's, Easi Moline
Accepls life as he finds il . . .
proud of Thai Model-T
Sacred l-learr, Moline
Fresh and flowerlilce . . .
Sacred l-learl, Moline
Masfer of wil , . . lun io know . . .
Sacred l-learl, Moline
Fronfier silence . . . dimpled smile . . .
Senior opfimisi . . .
dispeller of dull momenls . . .
S+. Pajrriclcs, Colona
Reservoir of lun . .
recipe for Youllllul Charm - - - warm and kindly disposilion . . .
The I95O Seniors
Mary Desaunoy Shirley Dopler
S+. Ambrose, Milan Sacred l-learl, Moline
Quiel buf sweei . . . valued friend . . Clever iournalisl . . . always a slrilcel . . .
Pauline Dugan Mary Kay Frommell
S+. Josephs Rock Island Sl. Josephs, Rock Island
Aloounding wilh a zesl for living . . . Challerbox . . . vim, vigor, viraliiy . . .
gaiely of The Emerald lsle . . .
Eleanor Hagan t S+. Josephs Rock Island
Sacred Head' Molme Never hurried-never worried . . .
Brighi as a pepperminl siiclc . . . designed for Spor-fs U I
lhrives on lhrills . .
Joyce Hunfer Sacred l-leari, Moline
Sl- MGVYISI Easl Moline Faces lulure wilh confidence . . .
Teems wilh lalenl . . . versalile . . . lop ranking scholar .
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Sacred Heart Moline
Charming lass . . . glimpses of gaiely .
Sacred Heart Moline
Quiet unassuming chap . . . impromlolu
Sacred Heart Moline
Universal lavorile . . .
our original surprise package
Mary Jo Schell
Sacred Heart Moline
Newsy . . .
lull ol deleclable nonsense and lun
St Mary's, Moline
Tremendous roar. . , drives famous ialope . . .
St Annes, Easl Moline
Casual as a coke . . .
dislinclively individual . .
Sacred Heart Moline
Angells lcin . . . quiel wilh a pleasing way . .
Sacred Heart Moline
Slurdv lillle alhlele . . . moving spiril . .
l'lI Be Down To Gel You in a Wheelbarrown
The I950 Seniors
ALLEMAN ALLEMANALLEI'-IAN ALLEMANALLEMAN AL
S+. Mary's, Rock lsland
Charming execulive lype . . .
welcome in every circle . . .
S+. Mary's, Moline
Failhful friend . . . quiel loul deferrnined . . .
Sacred l-learl, Rock Island
Quiel fellow . . . man of his word . . .
Sacred l-learl, Moline
S+. Mary's, Easl Moline
Dynamic personalily . . .
reqislers endless energy
S+. Mary's, Easl Moline
Amiable disposilion . . . genllemanly ways
Sacred Hearl, Moline
Full ol life . . .
a dash of Thai cerlain sornelhing
Slalely bearing . . . bundle ol popularily . .
"Si+ling By The Window"
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Bonnie Van l-lyfle
.Barbara uWilson .
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Sisler Gabriel and The lirsf group ol' Typing l class lo receive cerlificafes: lsealeidl Jeanine Mascala, Phyllis Bul
linclc, Evelyn Newberry, Alice Moran, Phyllis l-laerliens, Jackie Whilacre: lslanclinql Jean Behrens, Rosalyn Carolan
lvlarlelyri Miller, Anila Mirr, Joyce Balcer, Charles Claeys, Melvin Schaubroeclc, Dick Campana, Connie Jenninqs
Jean Mcersrnan, Dolores Coopman, Mary Ann Larnpo. Sarah lvlcginly, Sisler Gabriel.
Confidence born of Jrhe sure knowledge of right
securify founded on ine acceplance of basic con-
cepfs-Jrlwese are The lwerifage of a young Alleman
Jrlwal prays wi+l'1 +l'ie Holy Fallier Mihai all Jrliose who
are noi illumined by llie liglwf of Callwolic lruflw buf
wander from Jrlwe riglnl road, llwal even +l'iose who
lwafe and deny God, be enliglwiened by liglwf from
above, enfolded by divine grace, and led back lo
obedience, +o llwe precepfs of Hwe Gospel."
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Junior oTTicers: Neva Murphy, secreTaryg Bob Hollembaek,
Treasurer: Jack Collins, presidenT
STricTly upper class, The iuniors Tempered Their
viTaliTy wiTh a new digniTy and sTrengTh. In The
classroom, on The aThleTic Tield, abouT The dance
Tloor-here was a group To assimilaTe all The
viriliTy and promise oT The new Pxlleman and
radiaTe iTs viTal CaTholiciTyfThe youTh oT Today,
The hope oT Tomorrow.
The iunior girls loowl
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rnenTs when The iuniors sTudied, discussed, sug-
gesTed and carried iT Through in a limiTed buT
very deTiniTe Tield. AcTing wiTh The seniors as
guides, They pioneered in This iniTial sTudenT
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Row 3: Terry He-wiff, Alan Lo-
rgar, Anfhony Voqele, Eugene
Slwpson, Jarnes Bush, Thornas
Vahquerfe Joseph Corlenr
Row 2: Carmen Wiorlespach.
Archie Berr, Leah Carron, Ani'a
M5rr, MadeJyn MH!-nr, Jean
Ladk'n, Rifhard Lopez, Uorard
Rf I: Sara M:G'n+y, Mar3an
PauweNs, Marquerife Mack,
Doris Marfcns, Rifa Hines,
Mary Kay GJynn
Row 3: Roberr DeSmer, Jerry
Forsrund, Chades Conover,
Joseph Drefchinski, Vernon
Soker Joseph Mendoza,
Thomas Kharkowskl, Sfepher-
Rrfw 2: Manyn Nerf, Lorrafne
Javrssens, Mary C. Redecker,
Marie Bfhesbach, Mary Ann
Morris. Dadene Cc++er, Loh'a
Y: Jean Moscoro, CMM
Wesfenneyer, Par Hurfon, Rich'
ard Shafer, Anna Mae Vrorn-
hour, Vivian Mure-r+
Row 3: Robert Verbeke, Jerry
Srnef, Roberr Lonqcor, William
Row 2: Pau! Marfin, Ahce
Moran, Monlca Milrer, Eve-Nyn
Nor ,-,' berry, Ambrose FeYdhake
Qff. N: Mary Ann Larrpo,
Cf-wsfarce Jernlnos, Jeanne
Meersnnar, Joyce Pufrnan,
Wanne Ruff, Jacquehne Whir-
!Xbsen'1 Pafnia Edmonds.
Diane Ruff, Joyce
Baker show now
fhey did ir
Taking if easy
Typically sophomores, buT never sophomoric
were members of The class oT '52. ViTaliTy and
iniTiaTive combined in These lads and lasses re-
sulTing in a TerriTic surge oT compeTence on The
aThleTic Tield, gridiron, baslceTball courT, bowling
alley, Tennis courT and swimming pool, while a
spiriTed round oT social evenTs ranging from The
Fall Frolic To The Shamrock ShuTFle lcepT The
In The library
Sophomore oTTicers: Louise Cassini, Treasurer,
Mary Jo Dauw, secreTaryg Phil MiTchell, presidenT
Tempo TasT and The Tune True. This was Alleman
Dull momenTs were rare when The sophs came
TogeTher. Even inTo rouTine school days, They
iniecTed a degree oT exciTemenT and aTomic liv-
ing. TalenT-especially The musical varieTy-
raTed high among Their numerous accomplishmenTs.
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Row 3: Joe Wood, Donald
George, James Hunler, Robert
Row 2: Donald Boolcrnan, Mary
Ann l-leydernan, lrene Meers-
man, Ursula Traqarz, Palrlcla
Nelll, Peler Marlin
Row I: Joan Scheuerrnan,
Mary Jo Johnson, Philip Clarlc,
Louise Cassini, David Mlller,
Row 3: Ronald Creen, Law-
rence Depoorler, Joe Ryclceq-
hem, Bill Sullerer
Row 2: Mary L. Reldy, Mary
L. MQEnany, Bernard Klelber,
Roberla Graves, Elaine l-lunl
Row I: Theresa Parrnenlier,
Mary Crossrnan, Mary C. Sl.
Onqe. Mary Kerres, Palricia
McGuire, Palricia Wallcer
Row 3: James Sanlry, Dorald
Rernpe, Joe Gende
Row 2: Lawrence VandeMaele,
Richard Hyleclc, Jean Welsh,
Nancy Hiclcerson, John Bosso,
Row l: Joan Frornrnell, Calh-
erine Cafhelyn, Carolyn Valcu-
Iis, Frances Trurnble, Ann
Richards, Bernadine Czupka
Row 3: Peler Lullch, John
Row 2: Rlchard hlewifly Fred
Wallace, Valarle Neubauer,
James Collins, Guy Neumann
Row I: Dorothy Sr. John, Mar-
qarel Delacluyse, Joan Griflln,
Barbara Plsman, Marilyn Maere,
Row 3: Richard Juzek, William
Lavery, Joseph Bush, Richard
Row 2: Williarn Dale, Donna
Liske, Joyce Grihfin, Mary Belh
Vermeulen, Marlene McCar+hy,
Joan Moral, Franli DeWaelo
Row I: Ann Browder, Mary
Cervanles, Joseph Norrnoyle.
Mary Jo Dauw, James Breuwel,
Row 3: Virginia Johnson, An-
nelle Sladelc, Mary Elizabelh
Neville, Darlene Rrovoosl
Row 2: Virgil Morrissey, Helen
Wilson, Marilyn Konilzer, Anna-
belle Rockwell, Geraldine Hunl,
Joan VandeCasleele, LaWanna
Sullerer, Peler Rimlcus
Row I: Kennelh Slaes, Richard
Bell, Roberl McKernie, James
Hubbs, Gregory Vanl-lylfle
Row 3: William Dye, Kennelh
Bush, Jerry Conner, Keilh
Row 2: Paul Crouch, Ray
l'lubbs, Valerie DeBel, Janel
Row l: Gayle Coolc, Elsie Huy-
vaerl, Palricia Kellard, Roberl
VanParys, Janice Hendriclcs,
Row 3: Donald Sfone, Marion
Rogers, Leonard Osborn
Row 2: Chrislopher Peppinq.
Donna Vrornboul, Marian Mad-
den, Colelle Morlell. Edward
Rodls, Arlhur Leernans
Row l: Jo Lane Sweeney, Jean
Purcell, Gloria Nonnernann.
Mary Lou Weber, Diane Lopez,
Row 3: Arnoid Kiauer, Donaid
Sfrorn, Edward Ganq, James
Row 2: Mary J, Redinqion,
Karhleen Rosernboorn, Char
rnaine Johnson, Mariha Tonic,
Jo Ann Mossaqe
Row ii Marha Kerker. Made-
iine Lannoo, Jack Michalsifi,
Judy Hendricks, Philip Iviircheii,
Row 3: Richard Pinqei,
Row 2: Jerry i'iun'1phrey,Jarnes
Marrens, Donna McGuire, Dar-
iene Sfifrer, Richard Vinceni,
Row iz Lorraine Decornnfier,
Lois Eberhardr, iris Nuqenl,
Barbara X'Voeclcener, Laurefra
VandeMaeie, Theresa Banazeic
Absenf: Jarnes Crupi, Richard
iverson, Jacqueiine Kiyber.
Shaiaine Johnson, Audrey Gei-
qer, Virqinia Soiis, Pafricfa
Wake, James Mercer, Richard
e Normoyle srudies
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Sisrer Ceiesrine and bioiogy srudenrs
inspecr Jrhe new Seoscope
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Freshman oTTicers Dick DeWiTTe secreTary Dick
Freshmen weren'T iniTiaTed This year. They
didn'T need To be. They befong To Allernan.
They are a parT oT iTs embryonic hisTory even as
The younger generaTion is always The hope and
assurance oT The TuTure. DominaTinq Third Tloor
wiTh Their six hornerooms, They seT a swiTT pace
in scholasTic and aThleTic compeTiTion.
Row 3: Eugene DeBo, Tom
Bush, Torn Hibbs, John Dunbar
Row 2: Joe DeMeyer, Belly
Depoorler, Gayle I-Iewill,
Geraldine Juzelc, Cecelia Fow-
Ier, Mariel DeRoo, Joyce Cady,
Row I: Palricia Anderson,
Frank I-Ierman, Danny Simcox,
Dick Filzpalriclc, Kay Coyle,
Row 3: Florencio Romirez, Ar-
lhurSleinbaugh, John Mossage,
Row 2: Charles Lalzounlain,
Larry Lopez, June Koos, Luella
Vynclce, Shirley Williams, Bill
Schmid, Tom Yeager
Row I: Marlene Pauwels,
Donna Modcle, Palricia Todd,
Lois Malh, Nancy Sandler,
Row 3: George Lerch, Richard
Oslrowslci, Jim Sheil, Jerry
Row 2: Michael Milchell, Bar-
bara Miller, Janel Koering,
I-Ielen Condo, Jaclc Baker
Row I: Marqarel' Verslype,
Nancy Sleezer, Diclc DeWille,
Joanne Brilz, Bob Brown, Mari-
Row 3: Franlc Saelens, Bob
Coopman, Gerard Nobiling
Row 2: Carl Willeyrongel,
Sharon Sullivan. Layonne
Hamm, Palricia Janssens, Mary
Marl, John Vanldoe
Row I: James Wells, Alice
Wilcox, Palricia Ross, Darlene
Dewaele, Edwin Slapp
Row 3: Paul Fischer, Joseph
Loonliens, Palrick Burke, Ken-
Row 2: Viclor Van I-lylle,
James Klarkowski, Peggy Will-
hile. Lois Konilzer, Marie
Tanqhe, Joseph Slehle, Thomas
Row I: Emma Webb, Mary
Grenenger, Mildred Viviani,
Covemaker, Sandra I-lenry
Row 3: Morris Link, Donald
Balliu, John Schleich, Gerald
Row 2: David De Marlelaere,
Roberl Correll, Barbara Jinkin-
son, Judilh Anderson, Madelyn
Smilh. Darlene Dhaenens,
Joseph Wells, Don Hendricks
Row I: Palricia I'-lainy, Palricia
Sacco, Janel Mirr, Belly De
Capp, Jean O'Neil, Veronica
Row 3: James Ruberq, Dale
Row 2: Weslly Miller, Cecelia
Van Thournoul, Lou Rae Col-
man, Marian Michel, Barbara
Slromberq, Pamela Glynn, Sid-
Row I: Joyce De Smel, Lor-
raine Redecker, Jane Kinney,
Sharon O'Brien, Calherine
Bileddo, Anila Solis
Row 3: Edmund Navrol, Ro-
berl Garrison, Richard Weaver
Row 2: Charles Lievens, James
Van De Wiele, Joseph Bredar,
Jack Slacey, Richard Orlscheid,
Lawrence Van Raes, Dennis
Emerson, Ronald Lelevre
Richard De Wispelaire
Row I: Jean Claeys, Dolores
Wiellespach, Donna De Bo,
Donna Schnoebelen, Carol
Hamillon, Mary L. Loolens
Row 3: James Meaqlner,
Francis Frakes, Wayne Srnaq-
lik, David Mourisse, Donald
Allard, Jean Scliolles
Row 2: James Farralwer, Mary
Pecoraro, Jacqueline Darnell,
Doroflwy Wilson, Arlene Beli-
rens, Bernadefle Niebur, Ro-
Row li Belly Slaudulwar, Frank
Carpio, Bonnie Lievens, James
Hickerson, Conslance Vander
Vennel, Carol DeRoo
Row 3: Allen Deporler, Jolwn
Reislrorler, Joseph Si. Cnqe,
Don Beaify, Billy Becker, Bob
Row 2: James Welvaeri, Bar-
bara Vanl'leede, Nancy Walil-
qren, Euqene Oliver, Rulli
Carolan, Pafricia Donnelly,
James Decker, Alfred Wanne-
Row I: Palricia l-lill, Anlonia
Sierra, Julia Sanialucia, Pairi-
cia Kerwin, Elaine Larson, Tina
Row 3: Terrance Voqele, Larry
VanderVennel, Pal Elliol, Pal
Row 2: Bill O'Malley, Mary
Behrens, Barbara Van Meig-
l'1em, James Blaser, Joyce War-
zinski, Trudie Wriqlii, James
Row l: Jacqueline Liske, David
Wesferneyer, Louis DePorler,
Barbara Noppe, Lucy Medina,
Row 3: Ronald Mulcahy, Fred
DeCosler, Tom l-looqerwerl,
Row 2: Jack Robyi, Kenneflw
Miller, Shirley Sirobbe, Louise
King, Jean Peire, Eugene Le-
mans, Robe-rl Claeys
Row l: Margarel Carpio,
Denise Hagan, Margarel Des-
aunoy, Barbara Hobari, Donna
Gasper, Mary Sanfry
Absenl: Marilyn Daxon, Mari-
an Dobbels, l-larry Hamer
Things are liTerally "cooking" in The home eco-
nomics lab, buT This deparTmenT has The proper
TaciliTies To be coolced in. The valuable eguipmenT
and appliances used in The home economics course
play an imporTanT parT in The chance oT each
sTudenT To learn The arT oT homemalcing and The
sense oT well-being which good Tood and cloThing
lend To The daily liTe oT each individual.
The Toods classes have compleTed Their sTudy
on The preparaTion and serving oT meals. CloTh-
ing classes concenTraTed Their eTTorTs on learning
To make aTTracTive cloThes and on The sTudy and
analysis oT The TexTiles used in dressmaking. These
sTudenTs worlced in anoTher secTion oT The home
economics deparTmenT where They used To ad-
vanTage Their ToTe Trays, cuTTing Tables, and
Ursula Tragarz and Bonnie Vanl'TyTTe prepare Tor The ST. PaTriclc's Day Tea
Painr everywhere, and our of The melee ol
colors emerge Allemarfs polenlial lvlichelangelos,
Ralohaels, and Dalis . . . Wha+'s lhis? Sisler lvlary
Alexia's arf classes. The arr room ilself is lurnishf
ed wilh very lalesl eguipmenl. Everylhing from
lluorescenr lighls ro specially designed drawing
fables aid lhe arrisls in Their worlc. Our of lhese
predominenlly "beginner" classes, have come
high-raling conlesl' winners-window Ioainling,
parade lloar, and posrer.
Clayworlr, charcoal drawing, posrer worlc,
learher rooling, and puppel making are bur a
few of lhe proiecls offered ro Jrhe arf classes
by Sisrer Alexia.
Masrers in +he making
The arl Class
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Ariisls ar worlc
Firsl-place honors in fhe annual diocesan posler
coniesl, sponsored by lhe Peoria Regisfer, were
caplured by William Michel, senior a+ Allernan.
Enfries were submilled by almosl every parochial
school in +he diocese, malcing 'rhis year's conresl
lhe largesf yel held. The poinl slressed in Bills t ,
pos+er was lhalr 'I'rufh can always be found in
The olrher Alleman sludenls who enlered Jrhe
conlesls received honorable men+ion. They were
Joyce Baker, junior, and Don Bookman, sophomore.
Joyce Baker, Honorable lvlenlion Bill Michel, Firsl Prize
Class in wood work
lndusTrial arTs is one of The pracTical arTs wiTh
characTer and purpose. ln The indusTrial-arTs
Tield, youTh receives The inTormaTion and exper-
ience which will inTeresT him in indusTrial life and
enable him To do eTlecTively The Things ThaT mosT
boys and men are called upon To do regardless
During The course oT The hisTory oT indusTrial
arTs, The name and Teaching obiecTives have
changed considerably. ln The beginning iT was
called craTTs, and laTer The name manual arTs
was adopTed due To The TacT ThaT The craTT work
was done by hand.
As The years progressed and The nineTeenTh
cenTury advanced, The name manual arTs was re-
placed by manual Training. The principal purpose
oT manual Training was To enable boys To go To
The various shops and develop skill by making
ioinTs. ln ThaT ouTmoded Training, boys made
complicaTed ioinTs which were never used.
WiTh The TwenTieTh cenTury, The name inclus-
Trial arTs gained a TooThold. lT was ThoughT-
as iT sTill is-ThaT indusTrial arTs should be a
course in The pracTical arTs where knowledge,
skills and apTiTudes help inTegraTed individuals
live more usefully and happily in home, shop,
AT Alleman l-ligh, The indusTrial arTs program
consisTs oT Two courses: mechanical drawing and
woodworking. lT is TelT ThaT These are Two basic
and mosT imporTanT courses in The Tield. Man in in-
dusTry needed a meThod oT collecTing his ideas
and revising Them. The Task was accomplished by
mechanical drawing. ATTer an idea, plan, or
blueprinT is adopTed, The immediaTe sTep is The
consTrucTion oT The obiecT.
All in all, indusTrial arTs means The science OT
In a world whose sense ot values seems to be so unbalanced,
Catholic students depend on the Holy Father in this Holy Year to
adjust the scales ot right and wrong, ot justice and prejudice.
Youth tinds the answer in the l-loly Father's "that everywhere, but
especially in Palestine, tranquility reign through a just solution ot
problems, so that diverse social classes, smothering hatreds and
putting aside disputes, may join together in justice and traternal
concord . . . that the impoverished may obtain wherewithal to live
decently trom their own labors, and when these tail, may receive
the necessities ot lite and suitable assistance trom the liberality and
charity ot those who are better ott."
The Fifth Petition ot our l-loly Father was tor peace. The otticial
holy year seal is the symbol ot peace.
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Afhlelic Board: The Rev. E. E. Gould, Direclorg Bob Maloney, Coach: Roco Carbone,
Line Coachg Dale Hughes, Coach
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T BALL SEASO
During fhe pasf year of Alleman afhlefics, fhe
local sporfs enfhusiasfs came upon one of fhe big-
gesf and yef one of fhe mosf pleasanf surprises of
fhe year when fhe Pioneer's firsf foofball squad
furned in a season 'af amazing and wholly unex-
pecfed performances on fhe field of pigskin com-
pefifion. They posfed a respecfable 6-won and
2-losf record, and gained fhe hearfs of many fans
during fhe lasf confesf of fhe campaign when a
fough Sf. Ambrose academy eleven was forced fo
come from behind fo eke ouf a narrow 7-6 verdicf.
The work done by l-lead Coach Bob Maloney
wifh fhe boys could be seen fhroughouf fhe
season as fhey progressed from game fo game
wifh ever-increasing finesse.
Maloney, aided by fhe capable assisfance of
Line Coach Roc Carbone, changed a gang of
unfried buf willing boys info a feam which was
forced fo fake a back seaf for no one.
The loyal followers of fhe Green and Whife
saw fheir feam progress from a narrow 7-6 de-
cision over a Rock Falls high ouffif in fhe season's
opener fo fhe moral vicfory gained af fhe hands
of fhe fough Ambrosians. The acfual progress
of fhe squad mighf be realized fo a higher de-
gree if one remembers fhaf a week affer fhe
Ambrose game, fhe same Ambrose feam defeaf-
ed a perennial powerhouse, Davenporf high, by
a fwo-fouchdown margin.
The imporfance of fhaf firsf win over Rock
Falls can hardly be oversfressed, however, since
fhe experience and fhe confidence gained by
such a green feam in fhe game lafer proved fo
Fronf row, leff fo righf: Dick Shafer, manager, Tony Vogele, Gene Oliver, Dave Wesfemeyer, Cork Wieflespach, AI Logan,
.Franc-is Adlfinger, Joe Corken and Dick Campana, manager.
Second row: Dale Hughes, assisfanf coach, Jerry Forslund, Bob Degen, Dick Lopez, Clinf Wesfemeyer, Jack Collins, Tom
i Flafley, Tom Klarkowski, Chuck Frizol, Jerry l-lourigan, Bob l-lollembaek and Gerald Murrin, manager.
Back row: The Rev. E. E, Gould, afhlefic direcfor, l-lead Manager Earl Calkins, Ed Balfzer, Joe Carlin, Ed McCarfhy, Mike
Corken, Don Rempe, manager, Joe Creen, Jim Breuweff, Berf Wesfemeyer, Jerry Conners, Paf Hardy, John Wells, Jack
Michalski, Line Coach Rocco Carbone and Head Coach Bob Maloney,
Mike Corlcen Bob Hollembaelc Joe Creen
The squad iTselT was guiTe green Trom aT
leasT one sTandpoinT. For The mosT parT iT was
composed oT Two separaTe groups, Those who
had gained a liTTle experience wiTh ST. Jo-
seph's high The year before, and Those who
had absoluTely no TooTball experience The year
beTore aT ST. lVlary's high in Moline. IT was
TorTunaTe ThaT These Two groups blended To-
geTher so well aTTer a relaTively shorT Time in
each oTher's company, because iT was prob-
ably This TacT alone which assured lVlaloney's
FirsT Tall pracTice session Tor The new Alleman l-ligh School
Chuck Frizol Joe Carlin Bob Degen
One llwing was evidenr aflrer llie close of
Jrlwe season. The squad worked one hundred
percenlr befler al niglwl llian lliey did during
+l'1e daylirne as was proved in llweir only Jrwo
aflernoon oulings of llwe year. In llme lirsf
sunny encounler, +l'1e Pioneers were swamped
under a 40-6 score by llwe lvlarquelle liiglw
Crusaders, wliile llwe following week +l'1ey pul
up a poor showing in conquering a Roosevell
lvlililary academy eleven, 2648.
Jaclc Collins lfiifs paydirl in lirsf liorne con+es'r vs Morrison
Joe Carlin l2Il closes in on Qeneseos speedy Bob Duncan
The Pioneers more Than made up Tor The
MarqueTTe blernlsh in Their encounTer wlTh ST.
Ambrose. AT The llrne when The Allernan club
was llTerally murdering such Teams as Corpus
Chrlsh and ST. lVlary's oT ClinTon, many peo-
ple were oT The oplnion ThaT Alleman was wln-
nlng only because oT a soTT schedule. When
The resulT OT The lVlarqueTTe garne came
Through, They were more sure Than ever, lauT
aTTer ThaT Tlnal game of The season The slrepf
Tlcisrn was washed away ln a Tloocl OT praise.
Cork Wie+lespach Merf Rogers
Allhough Maloney will lose lwo or lhree liey men
lhrouqh gradualion lhis year, he is lell wilh an
unusually slrong nucleus of relurning lellerrnen.
He should have good reserve slrenglh furnished
by 'rhe members ol lhe freshman-sophomore squad
of lhis year, and he should have a much easier
lime wilh lhe relurnees who have served lheir
apprenliceships lhis year.
ln all, live seniors were used on lhe lirsl slring
of This year's edilion. They were guard, Joe Carlin:
Tackle, Berl Weslemeyerg end, Pal l-lardy: hall-
back, Joe Creeng and quarlerbaclc, Mike Corlcen.
Alleman regulars walch final minules from lhe bench
Jack Collins Clinl' Weslemeyer
" .lil Ai im'1iiAs'i0QaJ'wT.lL,Y.immoI.i2L ,L fYff5f'?27K'YifYEf7SSHm.4.C,4ii -QM ffii, .? , FT as , 'fl ' ' Nfl
Tom Klarlcowski slopped aller lalcing a pass
from lvlilce Corlcen
Each one of lhese men played an
imporfanl parl for Maloney dur-
ing 'rhe pasl season, and lhere is
no doubl lhal lhey will be missed.
Coach Maloney does have a
good crew relurning, and il will
probably be bolsfered by such
lelrlermen as Jerry Forslund, Bob
Degen, Clinl Weslemeyer, Bob
I-lollembaelc, and Jaclc Collins.
These boys will have Their worlc cul'
oul' for lhem, because lhe schedule
will be by no means easy. Alle-
man will play such Jreams as Cham--
paign High, S+. Ambrose Acad-
emy, Spalding lnslilule, and Bur-
Joyce Baker, Mary K. Glynn, Jackie S+uar+, Joan Sirom, Diane DeKeyrel
Uffreen and Whiie, iiqhi, iighiiw Leadf
inq ihe Pioneers io a successiui iooibail and
baskeibail season were Joan Sirorn, Jackie
Siuari, Joyce Baker, Diane DeKeyrei, and
Mary Kay Giynn. Taking Joan Siromis
place for ihe baskerbaii season was Jackie
Whiiacre. They cheered wiih pep, insiaiied
new cheers, and wifh a ilash of green and
whife led Jrhe Team io rnany viciories.
f ' ' ., e.,
The members OT The TirsT Team To wear
The green and whiTe colors oT an Alleman
high varsiTy TooTball squad were given a
banqueT on November 27 by The Alleman
AThleTic fXssociaTion. The TeasT was held
aT The Slci-l-li ballroom oT The LeClaire
l-loTel in Moline, The players, sTill hoT over
Their near-vicTory in The November I I con-
Joe Creen, Moose Krause and Tom Klarkowski
TesT wiTh Their rivals, The ST. Ambrose Acad-
emy KnighTs, TogeTher wiTh a number oT
Triends, relaTions, and loyal Tollowers, were
TreaTed To a Turkey dinner wiTh all The Trim-
mings. "Moose" Krause, The aThleTic direc-
Tor oT The UniversiTy OT NoTre Dame, was
The principal speaker oT The evening.
Mike Corlcen, Coach Maloney, Moose Krause, BerT WesTemeyer
RaTed by boys and girls alilce as "The besT
place in Allemanu is The school gymnasium.
One of The TinesT in The sTaTe, This gym aT-
Tords ample room Tor boTh boys' and girls'
classes. A parTiTioning panel, which Tolds inTo
The wall, divides The Tloor inTo Two secTions
so ThaT classes Tor boys and girls may be held
simulTaneously. The hardwood Tloors, Tile walls
and porTable bleachers malce iT an ideal sporTs
cenTer Tor The home games of The Alleman
Pioneers. To TabulaTe The correcT scores and
To keep The crowd inTormed on The sTaTus oT
The game, The new and modern scoreboard
was erecTed in The wesT end of The gym.
This scoreboard noT only records poinTs buT
also lisTs The Team members wiTh indicaTions
as To wheTher or noT They are on The Tloor and
how many Touls are againsT Them.
The gym aT Alleman also acTs as an audi-
Torium in which The assemblies Tor The sTudenT
body are held. For school dances iT is con-
verTed inTo a ballroom where sTudenTs dance
To The Tunes oT The besT orchesTras via The
iulce box and P.A. sysTem. During The noon
hour iT is a recreaTion cenTer Tor unoTTicial
baskeTball and baseball pracTice sessions.
Mike Corken l23l
Taking iT easy
K in Orion Tourney
The I949-50 baskeTball season Tor Alleman
was noT as specTacular as The TooTball season.
In TacT, The Pioneers were able To posT only
an eighT-won, ThirTeen-losT record Tor The sea-
son. BuT There was one Thing oT which The
Pioneer dribblers could boasT, and ThaT was
The TacT ThaT They were able To Throw aT
leasT a scare inTo any one oT Their opponenTs.
The compleTe season could be divided inTo
Two eras. The TirsT era, ThaT period up To The
end oT The TirsT semesTer, could adeguaTely
be called The Mike-Corken era. The resT oT
The season could be called The Bill-Dye era.
In The Corken era, Mike scored 219 poinTs ouT
oT a Team ToTal oT 555, while in The Dye era,
Bill had I2I poinTs ouT oT a Team ToTal oT 270.
Corken appeared in I4 games, while Dye ap-
peared in 7, and TogeTher The Two Torwards
ToTaled 340 poinTs ouT oT a Team ToTal of 825.
Along abouT The Time when The TirsT semes-
Ter was coming To an end, Coach Bob Ma-
loney had a dream. In his dream he had Two
Torwards, Mike Corken and Bill Dye, working
TogeTher To bring home The bacon aTTer every
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ball game. Dye, a sophomore Tlash, was in-
eligible Tor The TirsT semesTer, buT aTTer +ha+
Maloney could use his services indeTiniTeIy.
As IT Turned ouT, MaIoney's dream proved
To be iusT ThaT and noThing more, because
Mike Corken broke a bone in his IeTT elbow
in a game wiTh Corpus ChrisTi high. The nexT
game Dye became eligible and was Torced To
Take on The burden IeTT by Corken, who was
ouT OT acTion Tor The resT oT The season.
OT course, when Dye Took over, The oTher
members oT The Team were Tinally beginning
To show some consisTency, and The load car-
ried by Corken Tor I4 games was IighTened To
a cerTain degree. The TacT remains, however,
ThaT a sophomore who is able To Take over a
ball club, musT have Tremendous possibiIiTies.
The Team as a whole goT oTT To a slow sTarT,
and aIThough The boys showed pIenTy oT
promise aT Times, The consisTency oT a winner
never seemed To maTeriaIize.
Row I: Dick Rernpe, Jack
Collins, Bob Hollembaek,
Frank Cooprnan, Terry He-
wiTT, Ed RodTs, Tom Hoo-
gerwerT, BerT WesTemeye r.
Row 2: Coach Maloney,
Torn FIaTIey, Joe Corken,
Ed McCarThy, CIin+ Wes-
Terneyer, PaT I'-Iaridy, Bill
Dye, Mike Corken, Rev.
Row I: Joe Norrnoyle,
Ronald Mulcahy, Bob Van
Parys, Fred DeCosTer, Don
George, Phil MiTcheII, Bob
Row 2: Dale Hughes,
coach, Jim Mercer, Dick
FiTzpaTrick, Dave WesTe-
rneyer, Dick Pingel, Bill
Lavery, Jim BreuweT, Dick
De WiTTe, Bob Garrison
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Corlcen really IcepT The Team oTT The ropes
during his I4 games, as he showed The poise
oT a real courT champion. He did The bulk oT
The rebounding and The bulk oT The scoring,
and as Team capTain he showed The leadership
necessary To keep The spiriT OT a losing club
aT The Top.
No maTTer whaT Icind oT Team a school has,
There musT be Tive members Though, and Alle-
man was hardly an excepTion. There were Two
oTher seniors on The squad. PaT Hardy, a
regular guard, was one, while The oTher was
Ed McCarThy, a reserve cenTer whose inex-
perience was The only TacTor noT in his Tavor.
OTher promising players, ones who will be baclc
nexT year, were Frank Coopman, ClinT WesTe-
meyer, Ed RodTs, Tom HoogerwerT, Bob Hol-
lembaelc, Terry HewiTT, and Bill Dye.
46 ST. Marys oT CIinTon, Dec. 2 30
33 I3urlingTon CaTholic, Dec. 4 40
30 TriniTy oT BIoomingTon, Dec. 9 43
29 ST. Columblcille, Dec. I2 39
44 ST. Marys oT ClinTon, Dec. I4 39
46 MarqueTTe oT OTTawa, Dec. I8 38
42 Geneseo High, Dec. 22 44
55 Erie High, Dec. 23 38
5I Alumni, Jan. 5 39
34 Corpus ChrisTi, Jan. I0 4I
38 BurIingTon CaThoIic, Jan. I3 29
48 Spalding InsTiTuTe, Jan. I4 60
26 MonmouTh High, Jan. I8 49
33 Corpus ChrisTi, Jan. 24 42
37 Spalding InsTiTuTe, Jan. 29 60
34 ST. Ambrose, Jan. 3l 36
46 ST. Columblcille, Feb. 3 35
38 Loras Academy, Feb. 7 60
38 ST. Ambrose, Feb. I7 54
43 MarqueTTe oT OTTawa, Feb. 24 3I
34 EasT Moline High, Feb. 28 57
Tom FIaTley I2Il in Genesee game
AcTion in seasonis opener
Tom Hoogerwerf in acfion Bill Dye scores on fasf break
Addon sho? In Corpus Clwrisfl comfesf Pradice session in Nieman gym
DespiTe The TacT ThaT The Girls' AThleTic Clulo
wasn'T sTarTed un+il The laTTer halT oT The year iT
is one oT The mosT acTive associaTions aT Alleman.
The club oTTered To The girls Their leTTers and
numerals Tor parTicipaTion in sporTs. Physical eduf
caTion insTrucTor, Miss Timmie Vann, direcTed ac-
TiviTies. Under her guidance The oTFicers worked
eTTicienTly and well. They were: presidenT, Arlene
Zahn, senior: vice presidenT, Joyce Baker, iuniorg
and secreTary-Treasurer, Gayle l-lewiTT, Treshman.
Some oT The many acTiviTies of The girls were
volleyball, baslceTl:nall, bowling, swimming, baseball,
ln The near TuTure Alleman will go one sTep
TurTher up The ladder oT aThleTics, The Alleman-
eTTes will join The Girls' AThleTic AssociaTion and
enTer inTo naTional compeTiTion. Even The TirsT
year a Tull program of sporTs was oTTered any girl
who wished To sign up. FaciliTies were excellenT.
Gne loolc aT The viTal, smiling girls ol: Alleman
proves how healThTul and invigoraTing gym days
are. Miss Vann varied class schedules wiTh calis-
Thenics, rope iumping, and square dancing. For
a Time, iT loolced as Though The girls were Turning
inTo balleT dancers. Gym exhipiTions were held
ThroughouT The year, and all pronounced The phys-
ical educaTion program highly successTul.
in aThleTic clulo
LeTT To righT: Jacqueline Liske, Jo-
Lane Sweeney, lris Nugent PaT
Emery, Carol DeRoo, Carol Hamil-
Ton, Lucrese BuTlinclc, Darlene Dee
waele, PaT Van Camp, Gayle l-lew-
ITT, Lorraine Janssens, Mary BeTh
Vermeulen, Joyce Balmer, Joan
conducTs a class
STrom, Jean Behrens, Arlene Zahn.
The seniors bowl
CenTer, Elsie l'luy-
Mary BeTh Ver-
The Allernan keglers were spilling The mayoles
on The alleys oT The Bowladrome and Pladium
Twice a week This year. As The novices in The
game learned To conTrol The curve oT The ball,
The experTs worked aT perTecTing The game.
Much exciTemenT and conTusion resulTed as
over Two hundred girls rolled balls down The
alleys. l-laving The highesT average Tor The
TirsT Ten weeks, Elsie l-luyvaerT's sophomore
Team won The Travelling Trophy. Each meme
ber received a bowling pin. Shirley Dopler,
who also bowled The high oT I64, received a
pin Tor having The high average oT I I9.
During The second Ten weeks, over one hun-
dred girls concenTraTed on The Tiner poinTs oT
bowling. They learned Technical Terms such
as iusT whaT The Toul line sTood Tor, and double
balling. Many acquired The Tricky arT oT
bowling in sTocking TeeT.
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A las? game
Freshman and sophomore irls e
Adeplly The girls volleyed and spiked Jrhe
ball over Jrhe nel. Volleyball soon became
popular spor+ al Alleman, being played inside
and ou. as lhe wealher permiffed Unlilce +h
olher seasonal sporls, volleyball was played
bolh spring and fall. Tournamenls wer l d
e p aye
among lhe homerooms in lhe lale spring for
Special praclices were held To Teach lhe
girls lo spilce and serve. Whole gym periods
were spenl in erlecl' h ' ' ' ' '
p ing eac girl s individual
Our in lhe open servin b
, g ecame dillicull
especially on lhose violenl, windy days. The
ball would end up down in Jrhe hollow and am-
I nous volunleers would begin The descenl in
g nioy an exciling volleyball game
A lesson in diving
Announcing The Lend-A-T'land Club as Their des-
TinaTion Tor swimming, sevenTy girls packed The
bridge line bus Tor DavenporT each Wednesday
aTTer school. The splash parTies were scenes oT
many lively skirmishes as The race To be The Tirsl
one "in" began.
lnsTrucTors were Miss PaT EngsTrom and Miss
ln The TirsT lesson The girls were divided inTo
Two groups-beginning and advanced. Each
group had The same skills To cover-TloaTing on
back and sTomach, kicking TeeT, swimming by arms
alone, swimming on The back and Tinally learning
The never-To-be-TorgoTTen drills "one, Two, Three,
hold," and llup, ouT, side, resT," were chanTed and
engraved so deeply as To be ever-remembered.
Fancy Tricks Trom The diving board, Trom swan
dives To iackkniTe TwisTs were aTTempTed iT noT
masTered by The waTer nymphs.
f' ,ark lf f
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Climaxing lheir lirsl year ol baskellaall, lhe
lady Pioneers played oll games among lhe
various homerooms and gym classes.
Among lhe seniors, Pal Van Camps 208'ers
won: among lhe iuniors, Joyce Baker's 2I6'ers
placed lirsl. Winner lor lhe sophomore divi-
sion was Mary Belh Vermeulen's leam, and
Darlene Dewaele's 306'ers placed lirsl in lhe
lreshman division. Grand winner was Pal Van
Special releree Sisler Mary Vera assisled
Miss Vann wilh lhe allerfschool games.
Al lhe beginning ol lhe season lhe girls
lrequenlly lhrew wild, loul lowards lhe end
lhey developed much skill in handling lhe ball.
During praclice sessions in gym, leams raced
againsl lime making baskels. Poinls lor GAC
were given. Black jerseys were used lo dislinf
guish lhe learns.
Mornenls were lense as scores were lied in
lhe linal play-oll games. The shorl lour-minule
guarlers were long in lheir inlensily.
Interior of Alleman Gymnasium
Dave Welsh, Virginia Grossell, Jackie lvleersrnan
lviurrel Moller, Pauline Dugan, Shirley Dopler, Dick Rernpe
THE I9 O
Bob Tanglie, Jolin Lievens, Kalrlwle-en Cupp Dick l-lincls, Joyce Hunlrer, Mary Calkins
Berlr Wesfemeyer, Earl Calkins, Barbara Wilsam
Bill Michel Barbara Bongqrem, Phil Riclierl
loan Depaepe, Pal Baker, Barbara Vandelfoorde, Jim Koniizer
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A EMANA IIMAN l.I,EMANAI.I.lEMANALILMAN I M NA FM
Leif 'ro righl: Dick Rernpe, Mike Corken, Ellie l-lagan, Murrel Moller, Shirley Dopler,
and Dick Hinds
Forming The slafl for ihe 'lirsl' year of fhe school paper, The
AllemaNews, were co-ediiors Murrel Moller and Dick Rempe,
Shirley Dopler, Barb Wilson, Joe Creen, Bill Michel, Dick Hinds,
Eleanor Hagan, Pauline Dugan, Mike Corken, Joe Carlin, Pal
l-lardy, and Bev Mailhys. Earl Calkins and Mary Kay Frornrneli
fealured special columns. "Look af The birdie!" was in pholo-
graphic-minded Dick l-linds' deparimeni.
The monihly paper Jrurned
'lo Jrhe unusual side when if
came oul on S+. Pa+rick's
Day prin+ed in green ink. A
double-page ediforial spread
Leif To riqhfz Shirley Dopler, Dick Rempe, Murrel Moller,
Barb Wilson, and Bill Michel
l.eH +o righlz Pauline Dugan, Bill Michel, Joe Creen, Bev Malrlhys, Joe Carlin
Barb Wilson, and Pal Hardy
ln December, Murrel Moller, Shirley Dopler, Diclc l-linds, Bill
Michel, and Diclc Rempe allended fhe Calholic Press Conference
in Milwaulcee, Wisconsin.
Despile 'rhe relalively small slarl, lhe paper rolled Through The
presses each monlh, giving lo ils supporlers lhe news of lhe
sludenls and lacully of Alleman,
Sisler Mary Borgia, B. V.M., laughl lhe iournalism class and
acled as lacully advisor for The publicalion. Slarling oul' as green
iournalisls lhe class pul oul a paper hailed by sludenls, facully,
and friends as "+ops."
Pal Wallcer names Pxllemahlews
Wiih ihe biggesi sporis season oi ihe year gone
and ihe new year srarled, ihere couldn'i have been
a beiier way of llcleaning your slaiel' ihan a re-
Jrreai, and so Alleman held iis iirsl siudeni relreal
February l4, I5, and I6. Conferences were in
fhe gymnasium, and siudenis reiurned ro Their
homerooms during free inlervals. A special relreai
paper, "The Rerreaianrf' pul our by lhe Allema-
News' siari, was issued on each oi ihe ihree days
ro inform siudenis of school news and io summar-
ize conferences. '
In his choice of subiecis for ihe conferences,
A conference in progress
Faiher lvlccarrhy seemed lo sirilfe every siudeni
wiih his ideas and suggesiions.
"Be yourself" was considered by many a Topic
ihai hir each siudenr from freshman lo senior as
being iusi for him.
Lilce soldiers who ai one lime fell discouraged
and beaien buf afler relrreaiing and rearming
ihemselves wenl baclc inlo baille refreshed, so Alle-
man sludenls aiier reirealing, weni back inlo
lile's barile wiih renewed courage and srrenglh
born of prayer and companionship wiih lhe lvlaior
A sludy in expressions
Joan Depaepe, Don Vermeulen,
and Beverly Lannoo char wilh
Faiher John lVlcCarihy
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Bishop Schlarman cows for picrure wrrh rhe Alleman group
Cn Sunday, November I3, forry eiqhr Nieman
homeroom orhcers, who were going ro afrend rhe
hrsr Diocesan Sodahry Conyenhon, Nerf in rwo
busses enroure ro Peoria, where fhe conyenhon
was ro be heNd. Erqhr srsfers rwo from each fiom
mamy, and Pafher Qwcofror aho a++erd6d.
ShorHy afrer 9:00, fhe Sodallsrs arrended Ma-,fr
rr rx mlb P11 - rw 11 1 1 V,
denfs. From Jrhe cafhedrai, mhe Sodahsrs waPked to
Jrhe Academy of Qur Lady, which was ro be rheir
headduarrera for rhe rear of The day.
Affer fhe href conference, everyone recned rhe
rosary and rhen wenr ro rhe cawfeferia for dinner.
Ag, They hnished eahng, rho Sodahsfg drrflred ro
rhe recreahon confer adloininq The academy, where
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I I I I l I I X N I I I I M I I I I I I I I I X
Firsi row, lofi Io righiz Joe Loonfiens, BiII I'IumpIircys, Dick Kochuyi, Marjorie Vaiiquofio
Virqii Morrissey, Joseph Bredar, Bop Brown
Second row, Ioii Io riqiifz Peie I.uIiCIi, Jerry Humphreys, Gien WQIIS, Pai EIIioI
Siandinq: Roland Lee, Donaid AIIard, Joe Delvieyer, Mr. Louis Di Iuiio, dire-cior
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Sianding, leli +o righlz Jacqueline Whiiacre, Louise Cassini, Neva lvlurphy
Kaihleen King, Louis DePor+er, David Miller, Phil Richerl, Carol Schweslca
Kafhleen King, Phil Richerl, and Dave lviiller
won lirsl-place honors in Jrhe seclional music con-
Jresl held in Galeslourg, Illinois, on March 24, I95O.
This eniiiled ihem io compefe in +he s+a+e compe-
Jrilion which was held in Taylorville, lllinois, on The
Sealed ai' Jrhe organ, Diane Ruff.
28+h and 29'rh of April. The Alleman siudenls en-
Jrered in lhree classes: piano, medium voice, and
low voice. Accompanisi for lhe voice confesianis
were Gloria Nonnenmann and Diane Ruff.
Kaihleen King praciices for slraie finals wiih Diane Ruill
and Joyce Hunier as criiics
Barbara Wilson, Earl Calkins, and Pai lvlinard prepare lor speech coniesi
Alleman l-ligh School had ihree
represenlaiives in Jrhe disiricl con-
iesi of Jrhe Illinois siafe speech
iournameni. They were Roberi
Siaes for comedy reading, Joyce
l-lunler lor oraiorical declamaiion,
and Mary Kay Glynn for serious
reading. Two of ihe con+es+an+s,
Bob Slaes and Joyce l-lunler, won
in boih The disirici and seciional
coniesis and en+ered ihe slaie ii-
nals held ai The Universiiy of llli-
nois, in Champaign.
Speech Confesf -
Earl Calkins, Barbara Wilson,
and Pairicia Minard were elecied
as The Alleman represenialives in
ciiy finals of ihe "I Speak for De-
Barbara Wilson won ihe coniesi
held in 'rhe Alleman audiiorium,
Friday, November I I. ln whai she
described as her iirslr public speak!
ing ehfori, Barbara won Jrhe lirsi-
prize wrisr warch coniribuied by
siaiion Wi-lBF, and became Rock
Island's eniry in siale coniesl finals.
Joyce l-lunier, Bob Siaes, and Mary Kay Glynn who represenied
Alleman in ihe disirici speech Jrournameni
LLLMAN ALILMAIN ALL MAN ALLEMAN ALLEM N LILMANA L MA
Andrew Gillespie .
Palher Flaherly ..
Falher Malachy ..
George Blealer . ,
Winnie Gideon .
Phyllis Holl ....
Bessie Blaine .
Healher Blue ..,.
Grela Slacey ....
James Shyman Bell
Gerlie Gill ......
The casl rehearses a scene from "Falher Malachy's Miracle."
Father lVlalachy's Miracle
. . , .Clarence Klauer
. . . . . .Dick Shafer
. . , . .Philip Richerl
. ...Joe Normoyle
. . . .Bill Michel
. ...,. Mary Calkins
.. . .Marian Pauwels
. ,... Jackie Whilacre
Reverend Humphrey Hamillon .,... Dick Kochuyl
Peggy McNalo .,,. .. .Barbara Wilson
Conslable ....,... ,........ J im Bell
Mrs, Mchlab ....... .....,., P al Hullon
Archie MacDonald ....,...,, Richard Campana
Nora MacDonald ,....,,...... Mary Kay Glynn
Roloerl Gillespie, Bishop ol Milolhian.Dave Miller
Timolhy Ballle ,,..
Cardinal Vassena . .
Sir James Vickers . .
Lady Pamela Vickers
Sam Hicks ,..,....
Mary Lou Hicks .... ....
Ellen-a Wailress . .
..,.........Bolo Van Parys
.. ....... Bolo De Brey
.. .... Jack Michalski
.Mary Lou Reidy
. Barbara Langan
. . ..., Bernie lragarz
. . . .Earl Calkins
Charles King, Mrs. Lloyd
Sleezer, Rev. R. J. Powers.
Slanding: Mrs. William Mur-
phy, Mrs. Vincenl Valiquelle,
Mrs. Gregor Ruff.
Under lhe able guidance of Falher Powers, a
newly organized molhers' club held ils firsl official
meeling on Thursday, March 9. A+ lhis inilial
meeling lhere were 3I2 molhers presenl. I+ was
decided lhal The 'lulure meelings would be held
The second Thursday of each monlh.
The organizalion, which goes under lhe name
"Alleman Home and School Associalionf' was
crealecl for a lhreefold purpose: lo oblain a closer
relalion belween lhe parenls and lhe lacully, lo
aid lhe school in small financial problems, and lo
encourage friendship among lhe parenls.
Officers for lhe new molhers' club were elecled
as lollows: presidenl, Mrs. Floyd Sleezerg vice
presidenl, Mrs. Charles King: recording secrelary,
Mrs. Gregor Rullg lreasurer, Mrs. Vincenl Valif
quelleg hislorian, Mrs. William Murphy.
Proiecls for lhe year included a gel-acquainled
parly and square dance held in The gym on Friday,
April QI, and a Day ol Recolleclion on May 5.
Open house for parenls and friends also was held
in May. '
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In The naTion-wide liTerary conTesT sponf
sored by The ExTension Magazine, iunior Jace
gueline WhiTacre's poem, "The GreaTesT
GiTT," was awarded one oT The TirsT prizes,
Said ExTension Teen-age ediTor, Eileen O'l'lay-
er, "We sTudied each poem over and over,
l3uT yours always came up wiTh The besT."
Junior PaT lvlinard was selecTed as Alle-
man's Teen-board represenTaTive on The Ex-
Tension sTaTT when her winning essay, l'Jean,l'
was chosen Tor The magazine. The conTesT
was open To all iuniors and seniors in English.
PaT received The highesT raTing Trom The
3 V.1,,,i,.s A gm if? 7
lvla-ry MarT, Cecilia Van ThournouT, and
BeTTy DeCapp prepare Tor Their
PaT lvlinard and Jaclcie WhiTacre, winners in The
Hansel and Gre-Tel came To liTe in miniaTure Tor
The STudenTs oT Alleman, when SisTer lvlary Alexia
produced a marioneTTe play puT on by her Tresh-
man girls Trom Room 302. The play 'll-lansel and
GreTel" was produced Tor a school assembly.
There were exTras in The play which included an
ice-slcaTing solo To The "SlcaTers WalTz," an Indian
play To The lllndian Love Call," and a monkey
perTormance To The Tune oT 'lCivilizaTion."
"There's SomeThing AbouT a l-lomeTown Band,"
and especially an animal band oT marioneTTes such
as perTormed on The elecTrically-lighTed puppeT
' ning ixuiiimci GIIU xyuvcii IXIIUSFSOD
Socks were To be seen everywhere on The nighT
oT December 20, when Alleman held iiTs all-
school dance sponsored by The iournalism class.
King Jim KoniTzer and Queen JudiTh Anderson
were crowned aT 9:30 in TronT oT a huge argyle
sock made oT red. green, and whiTe crepe paper,
which was highlighTed wiTh colored lighTs.
The Goblin Glide, The TirsT school dance, held
OcTober 28 in The caTeTeria, was Tor The upper
wiTh courT, aTTendanTs
The Treshrnan-sophomore social was held on
SaTurday nighT, OcTober 29, and Took a Tall
Theme Tor iTs moTiT, Transforming The caTeTeria
inTo a medley oT browns, yellows, oranges, russeTs,
and reds. The Treshmen and sophomores also
danced aT Their Turkey TroT, Friday nighT, Novem-
ber 25. The sophomores Then sponsored a Valen-
Tine dance Tor The enTire school. The Shamrock
ShuTTle on March I7 was also sophomore spon-
Cn Friday, November 25, Alleman
arf sludenls enlered a ulloal in lhe
Roclc lsland 'Chrislrnas on Wheels"
parade. The lloal, en+i+led "The True
Spiril of Chrislmasf' caplured lourlh-
All ol llue arf sludenls in Sisler
Alexia's line aruls and Mr. Naerhs in-
duslrial arls classes helped in con-
slruculing lhe ufloal. Bill Michel and
Shirley Dopler porlrayed S+. Joseph
and The Blessed lvlolher.
Allernan arf sludenls caplured Two lirisls, a sec-
ond, and an honorable rnenlion in lv1oline's an-
nual window painling conlesl sponsored loy lhe
Jaycees. In The Rock Island painuing conlesul,
Alleman loolc a ucirsul in The freshman division.
ln lhe iunior-senior division, Class A, out lvloline,
'The l-leadless l'lorsernan" from lhe slory "The
Legend of Sleepy Hollow" was chosen as ufirsl-prize
ln The freshman-sophomore Class B division, ulhe
painling of ulhe lhree wilches from "lvlacloe+h"
came in wilh anolluer ufirsl prize,
Prize-winning l-lallowe'en windows
Sisler lmmaculala, OSB. and lvliss Theresa Johnigln,
O.S.B. wilh academy sludenls.
Sisler Madelina, B.V.M. of Munde-
lein College and her discussion is
Alleman seniors garbed as Fran-
ciscans and Dominicans
Climaxing an inlensive vo-
calion-monlh program, sislers
ol lhe four leaching orders
al Alleman presenled pro-
grams lealuring each com-
munily. The purpose of lhese
programs was lo give lhe
sludenls a correcl concep-
lion of The reguiremenls ol
religious life, ils essenlials,
aims and molivalion.
Though all religious orders
are basically lhe same in
lheir ideal of a more perlecl
love and service ol God, il
was poinled oul lhal lhey
differ in lhe accidenlals of
dress, regulalions, and Types
FaTher O'Connor and Two Papal Chamberlains in The VaTican
Rome! The cenTer oT The Universal Church
lies only a day's TlighT away. FaTher O'Con-
nor, principal, made a Two-weelc pilgrimage To
The l-loly CiTy, during which Time he visiTed
Lourdes and Assisi. Leaving on Monday Trom
Chicago, FaTher reached New Yorlc The sarne
day. The nexT slops were BosTon, Shannon,
Ireland, and Paris. Then on To Rome.
Cn Wednesday oT l-loly Week, l3aTher had
a privaTe audience wifh The Pope in which he
presenTed him wiTh The Alleman high school
spiriTual bouqueT. The Pope expressed his
Thanks and gave l:aTher The T'loly Year bless-
ing To carry baclc To The school.
Monsignor P. H. Durlcin
blesses The beauTiTul VVur-
liTzer organ donaTed To
Allennan high school by
lvlr, James A, Bahen
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l.eTT To righT Mrs. RoberTa Depaepe, Mrs. Gayle Ruff, Mrs. Florence LovesTed, Mrs. MarTha Bush,
Mrs Mary SmeaTon, Mrs. Irene Logan, Mrs. Mary Young, Mrs. Nora 0'Brien, Mrs. Mary VrombouT,
Mrs. Sarah BerTsch
The mosT popular spoT aT Alleman, especif
ally beTween Twelve and one, is The caTeTeria.
Under The direcTion oT Miss Colligan The daily
rouTine of serving a varieTy oT nuTriTious and
appeTizing meals To The sTudenTs has been a
viTal TacTor in making The genial, happy days
oT Alleman's TirsT year.
AssisTed by an eTlicienT and Triendly sTaTT,
Miss Colligan manages To Teed The six hundred
hungry Teen-agers in one shorT hour. For The
pause ThaT refreshes aTTer lunch, The snaclc bar
is a haven Tor The hungry.
Freshman lunch hour
Miss CaTherine Colligan
Wi1a+'s up? Vanify fair Library period
Beri and Pai Marjorie and Punky and Mariel
Living founfain ner horn Dennis Emerson, dare-cievii
Callahan-Gould Bus Service, Inc.
Here and There
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Time 'lor slucly ln The corridor
Jim, Gene, and Joe Cn lo Milwaukee Slrikel
Mr. Fred Fleminclc, engineer: Mr. Glen Wells, Mrs. Viclor Defllercq
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Maids In walfinq
The Pioneer Slall ol l95O wishes lo exlend ils deepesl apprecialion and lhanks lo all lhose
who have helped make lhis, lhe lirsl yearbook ol Alleman High, a realily. ll could nol
have been done wilhoul lheir wholehearled and unsellish inleresl in our ellorls. Special lhanks
lo lhe following:
Our advisor, Sisler Mary Bernard, OSB. lor her unliring palience and carelul planning.
Sisler Alexia and lhe arl sludenls lor giving so generously ol lime and lalenl lo provide
Sisler Borgia and lhe Journalism class lor lheir lilerary conlribulions.
Falher O'Conner and lacully for lheir cooperalion and backing.
Sisler Joanna and her homeroom group: Maurine Vande Moorlel, and Cecelia DeCosler
lor lheir oulslanding work as Pioneer booslers.
Mr, Lucian Calbrechl for his excellenl pholographic work.
The Rock island Argus and lhe Moline Dispalch, lor giving us lhe righls lo many excellenl
Our palrons and adverlisers lor lheir inleresl and generosily.
Mr. and Mrs. Ed. Andries
Dr. N. C. Barwasser, M. D.
Anlhony J. Bell, M. D.
Bill Farren 81 Scoll
Leonard Bisby, Real Eslale
Black Hawk Frozen Food
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Blancke
Bob Meersman's Service Slalion
Harry and Margarel Brady
Mrs. H. V. Burl
Bud Caldwell and Joe Schneider
Mr. Henry Cassini
Calholic Women's League
Chicago Molor Club
Mr. and Mrs. Russell Cook
Coopman's Beauly 81 Barber Shop
Mr. and Mrs. John Cosgrove
Dr. C. S. Cosligan, M. D.
Creamland Dairy 81 Feeds
John B. Cunningham, Allorney
Dahlen's Drug Slores, lnc.
Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Dale
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Dauw
Mr. and Mrs. James Dauw
Johnny Davis Cleaners
Dr. Harry C. DeBourcy,' M. D.
Augusl DeDoncker, Insurance
Dr. Edward B. DeSilva, M. D.
DeVos Qualily Markel
Dr. L. A. Dondanville, M. D.
Dr. S. P. Durr, M. D.
Easl Moline Herald lR. M. Harper
Easl Moline Home Appliance Co.
Easl Moline Ice 81 Coal Co.
Mr. and Mrs. C. R. Ellioll
Fillh Avenue Furnilure
Flynn Beverage Co.
Falwell Crockery Co.
Mr. and Mrs. M. J. Forle
Frank's Ice Cream Bar
Richard A. Gilson, OD
Eddie Gipperl Garage, Packard
B. F. Goodrich Slores
Greve 81 Zeiller Gill Shop
Halpern's Deparlmenl Slore, Inc.
Mr. and Mrs. Cecil F. Hamillon
Dr. J. K. Hansen, M. D.
Mr. and Mrs. Carl Hempel
Mr and Mrs. Paul Hibbs
Highland Dairy lA. Saelens 3: Sonl
Hi-Way Super Markel
Huber Painl 84 Wallpaper Co.
Huber, Reidy 8: Kalz, Allorneys
Ideal Milling Company
Independenl Service Co. lLoussaerl 31 Pauwels
lsabel Gill Shop
Kennelh Johnson, D. D. S.
Jud and Joe
Clifford Kieler IMgr., A 84 P, Roclc Islandl
Mr. and Mrs. Charles King
Launder-Dorne, Easr Moline
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Leenlqnechl
Lolgren Disrribuling Co.
Bill Loo+en's Garage
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph T. Madden
Mr. and Mrs. E. T. McClellan
Wm. O. McFaJrridge
McPiIce Drug Co.
Mr. and Mrs. Edmund Meagher
Eli A. Meersman
Mr. P. J. Meersman
Dr. I-I. M. Menlon
The Milan Independenlr
Dr. and Mrs. H. P. Miller
Bernard J. Moran
Joseph A. Norrnoyle
Olson Service Slrafion
O-So Grape Bollrling Co.
Roberr V. Oslrom
R. L. Pearson Decoraring Co.
Peerless Millc Producls Co.
Judge and Mrs. Lawrence Phar
Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Relciere
Paul E. Rind, Afforney
Roclc Island Fuel Co.
Rock Island Tobacco Co.
Roclc Island Transfer 8: Slorage
Neva Murphy and Sara McGin+y
Roclc River Dairy
Dr, Zachary J. Romeo, M. D.
Scheuerman 84 Kempe, Inc.
Schwenlcer 81 Mougin, Inc.
Shell Super Service Sralion
Singer Sewing Machine Co.
Thomas P. Sinnell, Allorney
Mr. and Mrs. LaVerne Sprangler
Sranley Fruil Co.
Carl G. S+arIeaI's Servicenler
Dr. N. C. Sleele
Mr. and Mrs. I-Ienry D. Slelser
Toasly Sandwich Shop
Mr. and Mrs. C, A. Todd and Parry
TopSpo+ Bowling Alley
Twin CiI'y Coal Co. IJuIian De Grevel
M. J. Valiquerre
Mr. and Mrs. Marcel Van Aclcer
Van Aclcer I-Iardware
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Van Coillia
Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Van De Voorde
Paul Vande Walle
Mr. and Mrs. Louis Van Hooreweghe
Mr. and Mrs. Rene Van Kerrebroeclc
Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Van Lanlcer
Verhe+seI's Barber Shop
Dr. F. J. Vermeulen, D. D, S.
Vogels Legion Marker
Warren Sales Co.
Whi+ey's Ice Cream
Mr. and Mrs. Harold Williamson
Dr. A. Waller Wise, M. D.
Young Ladies Sodalify, Sacred I-Iearr, Moline
This Ad Compliments ol,
KUEHNE LOAN COMPANY
305-First National Bank Bldg.
Moline, Illinois Phone M-2114
419 Safety Building
Rock Island, Illinois Phone RI-6-6496
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Specializing in perrnanents for long hair
Hair shaped as one prefers
Evenings by Appointment
Dealers in Better
MEATS and Groceries
2301 - 5th Avenue Phone Mol. 2-8070
za - 19th street 8-4822 MOLINE
MAYER 8: JOHNSON
Compliments coMPLErELY AIR-coNDmoNED
SERVUS RUBBER CO.
WELLS SHELL SERVICE
- 38th St. Phone 6-9163
Rock Island, Ill.
Tires CS Accessories
GLENN T. WELLS, Propriet
PALM BEACH SUITS
KUPPENI-IEIMER GOOD CLOTHES
KNIT TEX COATS
VARSITY TOWN CLOTHES
ALLEN EDMONDS SHOES
409 FIFTEENTH STREET MOLINE. ILLINOIS
PHONE MOLINE 3574
TRI-CITY BLUE PRINT COMPANY
TO FILL THE NEEDS
To the young drdttsmoin, it is the
qudlity cmd not the cfucintity ot the
tools he uses thot determines the
ciccurdcy ond nedtness ot his
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The purchcise ol your first set ot
drdtting instruments is dn event . . .
cmd cin investment in precision tor
yecirs to come, it you mcrke it such
by proper selection.
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As Alleman High com-
pletes its first year, Peter-
sen-Harned-Von Maur en-
ters its seventy-ninth! May
your high honor and scho-
lastic aims become as rich
with the years as our rec-
ord tor service and fair
dealing in the community.
Best wishes to the class of
1950 and to the future ol
Rock Island's Alleman
e Quad-cities' Senior Department Store
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Compliments STANLEY FRUIT COMPANY
Of CI WHOLESALE DISTRIBUTORS
FRUITS AND VEGETABLES
2408 4th Avenue
HERMAN WENGER ROCK ISLAND, ILL.
CHICAGO BUTCHER MARKET kf1YS hflif SWHHQ SCHOD
1519 6th Ave. Moline
1217 Fifth Avenue M. 768
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ALLEIVIAN I'IIGI'I SCHOCL
Already Belong to the
Catholic Order of Foresters
If you're not already a Forester, We invite
Q your inquiry for membership in this 67-year
Do You ' old International Catholic Fraternal Society
for men, 16 years of age and over.
Established in l833 to promote Spiritual,
Social, Athletic CS Financial Benefits.
For more details, you are urged to contact the Chief Ranger of the Court
in your parish, as follows:
Rock Island -
East Moline -
Rapids City -
St. Mary's, Robt. Wilkens, Rl. 6-0106
Sacred Heart, Robt. Carton, Rl. 6-7l83
-Sacred l-leart, Arnold Rurnler, Mol. 8229-L
Anne's, Wrn. Dowsett, E. Mol. 3-l433
St. Mary's, Wm. Sergeant, E. Mol. 3-4833
St. lohn the Baptist, Lester O'Connell
St. Anthony's, Peter Verkruysse
Malachy's, Ioseph Lohman
Sacred l-leart, Al. DeSplinter
Paul Roels, E. Mol. 3-3273 Ralph DePorter
President, High Court Field Representative
Associated Forester Courts of Moline 7480 or Mol. 210
PERMANENT BUILDING MATERIALS
PHONE MOLINE 73
MAI D- R I I E
SAN DWICHES IM AI ARE IAIISFVING
LAMPS - SHADES
GLASS BOWLS, GLASS SHADES
BUFFING AND POLISHING
MI-DA-NORA LAMP AND
FIXTURE MFG. CO.
3000 - 7th Ave. Phone 6-3413
ROCK ISLAND, ILL.
PENNEY'S OF MOLINE
We are appreciative and proud to have
furnished so many shoe and apparel
items to Alleman HPIONEERSH
Four Year College
PLUMBING HEATING VENTILATING
POWER PIPIN G
517 17th STREET
ROCK ISLAND, ILLINOIS
ENGINEERING WATER MAINS MUNICIPAL SEWERS
Woods Garage 5: Coal Co.
915 15th Ave. East Moline, Ill.
Phone E.M. 3-5261
GENERAL AUTO REPAIR
Bulk Ice Cream
Candies - Homemade Fudge
1VIel1o-Cream Do-Nut Co
CLEAN COAL - LUMP - EGG - STOKER
"DO-Nuts That Are Not Sinks-rs"
Clothing and Shoes
h Avenue Phon
ART GOETHALS, Prop.
VAN RAES FOOD MARKET
QUALITY GROCERIES AND MEATS
e M5181 1504 11:11 Ave.
East Moline, Ill. E.M. 3-4501
ENRIGHT COAL CO.
Phone 8-1 161
Rock Island. Illinois
YOUR BIN WITH GOOD
BEST WISHES TO THE GRADUATING
CLASS GE ALLEMAN HIGH
Tri-City Packing Co.
754 - 15th Avenue, Ecrst Moline Phone 3-5229
WE HAVE A COMPLETE LINE OE FINEST QUALITY MEATS,
GROCERIES AND ERUITS
THE CALBRECHT STUDIOS
MAKERS OF QUALITY PORTRAITS
INDIVIDUALS - GROUPS W WEDDINGS
1724 7th Street, Moline Phone Mol. 805
MARKEE FUEL COMPANY
Telephone Moline 47 319 Sixteenth Street
DR. S. ERRICO
9. qi ,Q Maw
710- 18th Ave.. Moline, I11.
Phone Mol. 806
SIX AVENUE RECREATION
1402 6th Avenue
Corl Wilson, Proprietor
The Novelty Shack
We Gilt Wrop Your Selection
Free ot Clfiorge
Phone 6-7417 1211 30th Street
Rock Island, Ill.
"Gifts For All"
BUSINESS SYSTEMS COMPANY
"E1'erytlai11g for the Ojficen
OFFICE EQUIPMENT AND SUPPLIES
TYPEWRITERS 0 ADDING MACHINES
217 EIGHTEENTH STREET
ROCK ISLAND, ILL.
We Cover the Quod Cities
3009 18th Avenue R.I. 6-2534
316 Ist Ave. West, Milan Phone 35
BERNARD I. MORAN
W. RICHARD STENGEL
CLERK OF THE CIRCUIT COURT
RECORDER OF DEEDS
SAMUEL A. MULLINIX
IUDGE OF THE PROBATE COURT
FLOYD A. SHETTER
COUNTY SUPERINTENDENT OF SCHOOLS
H. W. CRISWELL
CHAIRMAN, DEMOCRATIC CENTRAL COMMITTEE
"ALWAYS ON TOP"
READ THE NEWS
Moline Daily Dispatch
For fast, rnodern motor freight transportation
to St. Louis and all points south, southeast,
southwest and Pacific Coast,
Lee Transportation Company Inc.
Moi. 4442 333 - 8th sneer
"For Freight service thrifty use Lee in l95O"
Headquarters tor the
High School Crowd
Block 8c Kuhl Co.
The Friendly Store - Home ot Quality
Watches, Diamonds and lewelry
1828 Second Avenue
Rock Island, Ill.
AGENT, BROKER AND REALTOR
lt is extravagant to
to pay less than We
are equipped With
pay more and dangerous
charge tor insurance. We
facilities tor rendering a
AND LOT LISTINGS
DE ROO INSURAN'CE AGENCY
H. R. DE ROO. MANAGER
29 year service record
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PHONE MOLINE 6650
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Americans are born with a wealth that money
can't buy. No matter whether we are reared in
mansions or log cabins, we inherit man's great-
est treasure-the silver spoon of freedom!
Freedom is everywhere in America. Poor
youngsters can and do become rich and famous
men. Folks speak the truth as they see it because
opinion is molded by the public rather than by
politicians. Freedom of worship and freedom
from fear are accepted as a matter of course in a
country bossed by the people.
Unfortunately, freedom isn't free. General
Washington and his men made the down-pay-
ment at Valley Forge and Yorktown. For almost
two hundred years, brave men have met the
installments with sweat and blood. But keeping
JOHN DEERE 0
our land free is no task for heroes a1one-"Free-
dom is everybody's job!"
You strengthen America and make it more
productive by mastering your job and giving a
few extra licks to your daily tasks. You show
your faith in the American way when you take
time to vote in local as well as national elections.
You make democracy work when you respect
your neighborls right not only to disagree with
you, but to have his say.
Don't be content with flying the colors on
Flag Day and parading on the Fourth of July-
help to make our democracy a living, working
reality 365 days of the year. We have inherited
priceless freedomg as long as we keep it, the
poorest of us is rich!
OLINE 0 ILLINOIS
2754 - 12th St.
1812 - 2nd Ave.
FLOWERS FOR ALL OCCASIONS
Corsages ' Plants 0 Cut Flowers ' Baskets
Table ancl Party Decorations
FLOWERS TELEGRAPI-IED WORLDWIDE
ADVANCE HEATING ci
Lagomarcino SHEET METAL WoEKs
The best in Sweets since 1908 HEATING ENGINEERS
1422 - 5th Ave. Moline 3464
315 - 24th Street Rock Island, Illinois
LEARN TO PLAY THE BOWLBY WAY
Bow1by's Music House
1623 2nd Avenue ROCK ISLAND
SCHIERBROCK MOTORS, INC.
Chrysler f Plymouth
Sales and Service
2324 - 3rd Avenue Telephone R.I. 8-5693
DAVENPORT ROCK ISLAND
Phone R. I. 8-5526
Brooks Iewelry Store
WATCHMAKER AND IEWELER
1625 Third Avenue
ROCK ISLAND, ILL.
Watches - Diamonds - Iewelry
EARL F. AUBRY
right here Where you
con reach us!
S1-10p H. H. CLEAVELAND AGENCY
2133 16th STREET IVIOLINE 7250 THIRD AVE. and 18th ST. RI B 3319
OPEN EVENINGS TUE. THURS. FRI.
DESAULNIERS 8c COMPANY
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1004 15th Ave.
East Moline, Ill.
Your "Diamond" Ieweler
A. M. BLOOD CO. Goons
714 15th Avenue
East Moline, Ill. Phone 3-5441
LADIES' and CHILDRENS
A FRIENDLY BUSINESS FIRM "Quad Cities Largest Recreation
IN MoLiNE Cemefn
20 Modern Bowling Alleys
a ANDY VOSS. Prop. Phone 6-3241
3030 Seventh Avenue Rock Island. Ill.
305 20th St. Phone 6-3361
Rock Island, Ill.
Fine and Unusual
Foods - Meats - Candies
FOOD - FOUNTAIN e DANCING
SHUFFLE BOARD - AMUSEMENT GAMES
NEU OLDSMOBILE CO.
Sylvester I. Neu, Owner
Horne of Famous Kettering Rocket
N E U U S E D O A R S
2215 4th Dial 6-3377 Rock Island, Ill.
TAP 6. RESTAURANT
1500 13th St. East Moline
l'Olf1icken in the Basket"
DAVENPORT CROCKERY CO.
Tavern, Restaurant CS lanitor Supplies
315 West Third Street Phone Dial 2-3842
310 Fifteenth Street, MOLINE. ILL.
FOR COMPLETE PRINTING SERVICE
Booklets . . Folders . . Pamphlets . . Stationery
Office Forms . Brochures . Cards . Announcements
SERVICE QUALITY REASONABLE PRICES
CONGRATULATIONS, SEN IORS!
C. I. josephson, Jewelers
When you read . .
you read all the news ol
local, state, national and
Quad-Cities Oldest Newspaper
IN EAST MOLINE IT'S
Your Clothier tor 4U Years
1116 Fifteenth Avenue Dial 3-1526
SKAEIDAS ci CARPENTER
Attorneys at Law
943 - 15th Ave. 0 Phone 3-3443
East Moline, lll.
STINE the TAILOR
PAUL G. LANGE
Strictly Hand-Tailored Suits
841 Fifteenth Avenue Phone E.M. 3-3823
STOEHR 6 PALMGREN
Phone Moline 1011 2129 16th Street
DE COMMER'S MARKET
SOFT DRINKS Freshcgllllllcilelzlzttlg Gardner
DRUGS "A Mothers Care To All Your Wear"
Delicatessen CIGARETTES 1124 - 15th Avenue
Open Sundays and Holidays 8 to 12 AM.
723 3rd Avenue Rock Island 6-2822
F ' i' ' 2 '
FURNITURE 61 DRAPERY CO. LINCOLN MERCURY
Furniture - Slipcovers - Drapery
Carpet - Upholstering
1715 9th St.. Moline. Ill.
Phone Moline 9040
Art Sonneville Ioe Sonneville
LE CLAIRE HOTEL
526 Twentieth Street
Rock Island. Illinois
ROY A. FUDE CO.
5th Avenue Phone Moline 536
SAND :S GRAVEL CO.
6-4481 118 20th Street
ROCK ISLAND. ILL.
LIOEN AND SCHULTZ
RELIABLE CLOTHIERS DR' M'
521 15th Sheet Chiropractist-Foot Specialist
Phone Mol. 1123
PHIL LIOEN HARRY SCHULTZ 729 Fifth Ave- Bldg- Mo
4th AVENUE A L L E N S
FARM EQUIPMENT CO When Hearts are Trump
Lead with a Diamond
1501- 4th Ave. Phone 34125
930 Fifteenth Avenue East Moline. Illi
Service Transportation Lines, Inc.
Peoria Moline Rockford
Iack's Standard Service
14th Ave. and 30th Street
DIAL 6-2212 ROCK ISLAND, ILLINOIS
SINCERE AND DISTINCTIVE
E. H. Eckland
DRUGS - SUNDRIES
ll48 25th Street Moline, Ill.
RENE VAN DE CASTEEL
Meots ond Groceries
1803 4th Street
Phone Moline 5352
H. VAN MELKEBEKE 6 SON
709 - 15th Avenue Telephone E.M. 3-3525
EAST MOLINE. ILLINOIS
A DEALER IN FINE QUALITY COAL
EOR BETTER BREAD
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ALWAYS SAY FIVE POINT
R, 1. srooic, R. Ph.
210 Eighteenth St. Dial R.I. 6
ROCK ISLAND, ILL.
Around the clock 365 days a year Reddy Kilowatt,
your electric servant is on the iob in the home making
life easier more comfortable and more pleasant. ln
the factory the store the office and on the farm too, this
versatile helper has brought about a new concept of
labor and time saving efficiency. The remarkable thing
is that electricity is now available at the lowest price in
history in spite of greatly increased costs of providing it
And gas also is "at your service" -at equally small cost.
AND ELECTRIC 00.
"AT voun sERvlcE" . . .NIGHT AND DAY!
lg g ggg, gg
ICE CREAM SHOP
2715 - 23rd Avenue
Dimock Gould Co.
2203 - 3rd Avenue
STATE BANK OF EAST MOLTNE LUMBERI MTLLWORK
EAST MOLINE. ILLINOIS
HARDWARE, Sl-HNGLES AND
The Rock Is1and Produce Co.
SILVER EAGLE BRAND POULTRY PRGDUCTS
send greetings to a11 our triends
Louis Rich, President 6-6468
P A U L S T U D I O
For Better Portraits
O Family Groups
I Communion and Confirmation
O Babies and children
0 Wedding portraits
1229 - 17th Street Phone 8-5961
ROCK ISLAND, ILLINOIS
In Rock Island it's the
Rock Island Bank
and Trust Company
tor the most complete
Rock Island Bank
and 7za4L' eampcmy
Member Federal Reserve System,
Feder l D p t I rice Corp.
Always Ask For The Best
Homogenized Vitamin D Milk,
and all Dairy Products
o 3 292
Rock Island, Ill.
Hotel Fort Armstrong
1VIe1vin's PIE Shop
318 Fifteenth Street
Rock Island, Ill.
Wholesale and Retail
4201 4th Ave., Moline, Ill.
1025 5th Ave., Moline, Ill.
3401 23rd Ave., Moline, Ill.
2641 7th Ave.,
Our Guarantee -
Rock Island, Ill.
st Quality Fo
Rock 1s1and Lodge No. 190
Loyal Order oi Moose
HILAND HARDWARE CO.
3120 23rd Avenue
HANK'S USED CARS
ALL MAKES or CARS BOUGHT AND soLD
725 15th Avenue
Office Phone EM, 3-1022
Residence Phone Silvis 3-2229
Rug and Furniture Cleaners
New Carpets and Rugs
1612 7th Street 1147 16th Avenue
HOWARD E. DAHLBERG
TREVOR HARDWARE, Inc.
HARDWARE - APPLIANCES - PAINTS - OILS Lire Underwriter
Iobbers of Phone "" 201 Firei National Bank Building
DAIRY SUPPLIES Moline 7348
2412 - 14 Sixteenth Street
MOLINE, ILLINOIS Phones Mol. 597-Mol. 2-8408-Dav. 2-1642
Phones: Mol. 597-Mol. 2-8408-Dav. 2-1642
'CARLSON CLEANERS TARRELL 6: TARRELL
2109 sin Ave., Moline Mel. 1899 The Merfs ShOP
loe Schneider Bud Caldwell
1625 Fifth Avenue Moline, Illinois
Keith Biddlecome Phone 1483
Paints - Wallpaper - Art Supplies Compliments of
DEVOE PAINT STORE SPIEGEL MOVING AND
1406 sin Avenue
Moline 308 1140 sin Ave. Meline, nlineie
RALPH DE PORTER Compliments or
lnsurance and Real Estate HAFNER BRQTHERS
1724 7th St. Moline
RITZ SANDWICH SHOP
Dinners Short Orders Sandwiches
Orders to go
Beef Burgers-6 for 51.00
Open 7:30 to 12:30 PM.
PREMIUM OR GREEN MARKED
HERB'S MEN'S STORE 6-4417 OR 6-4418
Clothing ond Shoes
Buy and Sm Mow, Equator Coal Co., Inc.
114-13th Street Rock Island, I11
513-515 Fifteenth Street
For Best Hamburgers In Town
RAY PYSKAS SANDWICH BAR
at 1332 30th Street
This is Eost Mo1ine's Newest,
Most Modern Deportrnent Store
for the who1e Iornily
806-808 FIFTEENTH AVENUE
DE WITTE IMPLEMENT CO.
ALLIS-CHALMERS ci NEW IDEA
FARM IMPLEMENTS 43 PARTS
SINCLAIR GAS of OIL
IOI-IN BEAN SPRAYERS
if For 66 Years -
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g l, ew ork Store has been
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bl: 'vvl :W H our desire is to serve you and this
li 1.,, ,uuul C -,,.A. , community to the very best of our ."A Q
5 :AI "-' ability! We know you iully realize V,-, Ma ples.. Iullqq if
V ., the value of quality as well as T : :l' H K by :A'.l 'III --A' l 2 '. R
I economy and have been striving :li .iff-A'
in V through S6 years to give you famous v.444 .jf
S3 brand merchandise at prices you like .V V,,V5 1 EAD, 1. "
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Rock Island, Ill.
Anne M. Coryn
Phone Moline 1467
Day Time Phone M. 73 l
MARTIN DRY GOODS -
3012 14th Ave. Phone R.I. 6-2943
For that Certain Cutie
Send Her Flowers of
Exotic Beauty from
MIllERS Fl0RAl GARDENS
401 29th Ave.
HULL STUDIO PORTRAIT 6
GROUPS f CHILDREN
CANDID f FORMAL
Tri-Cities Modem Studio
enings by Appointment
START SAVING TODAY
EOR A I-IAPPIER FUTURE
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OPEN A SAVINGS ACCOUNT NOW
Illimt Natinnal Ignnk
OF ROCK ISLAND
Second Ave. and Seventeenth St.. Rock Island, Ill
EMBER FEDERAL RESERVE SYS
561-17th Ave. EM, 3-376l
1808 Thirty-Fourth Street, Moline, Illinois
Phone Moline 174
SECOND AVE. PIART SCHAFFNBR TBI EPHONE
ATUHH 81 MARX CLOTHES R I 182
HILL TOP CLUB
BAECKE FOOD STORE GUNNER 6. FRANK NELSON
718 15th Ave. 3-4574
HORTON FOOD MARKET
310 19th St. 3-1316
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spot des1gned for your fun! ' . .
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M. L. PARKER C0
WELLERS DRIVE INN
Come in and try lohn DeSchepper's
Beetburger in Wellers Tater Patch
Airport Road and Route 92
Cameras - Films - Snapshots
DON N. WRIGHT
1605 2nd Ave. Rock Island
We rent or sell still and movie cameras, pro-
jectors, films, both 8 and l6mm, sound or silent.
Serving Private Families, Medical
Profession and Emergencies
in This Community
W. E. FURGIE-BlLL FURGIF, IR,
24th at Sth Av.
FOR ALL YOUR SPORT AND
HUNTING OR FISHING NEEDS
- School Award Sweaters -
FreeIand's Sport Center
3737 - 14th Avenue
When It's Flowers, See Us
THE GARDEN SHOPS
LEE R. DAVIS
Four Handy Busy Places
t A mstrong 507 Fifteenth
R k Il d Moline
GREENHOUSES - CARBON CLIFF, ILL.
G. V. PETTIT, Reynolds. Agent
UPTOWN MERCHANTS, INC
"On The Hill"
H1 W MARKET THE ARROW CLUB
Phone 30 1712 Third Ave.
Builders Lumber Co.
LUMBER G BUILDING MATERIALS
Phone Moline 740
6. Yard: 111 - 17th Street
Teske Feed and Seed Co.
2423 16th sneer Moline Wtftfyifksmt +011
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1848 16th Street
Students from the Alleman High area who have chosen St. Ambrose
are, left to right: Bob Wells. Joe Bileddo. Tom Hogue,
and Verne Starner. all of Rock Island.
A liberal arts and pre-professional college for men, St. Ambrose offers
. . . facilities for boarding and day students.
. . full accreditation to leading agencies and universities.
. . a Catholic atmosphere and education.
. . Pre-Theological training for students preparing for the
. . Participation in intercollegiate and intramural sports
. . Band, orchestra, choral groups.
. . Dramatics, debate, radio production.
. . Iob placement and vocational guidance and testing.
Before deciding upon the College you Will attend, We
suggest you request information and literature from:
ST. AMBROSE COLLEGE
OFFICE OF ADMISSIONS
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5 to the traditions of "Originality and Distinction", Pontiac
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reproduction by experienced craftsmeng the employment of
2 the most modern precision equipmentg the artistic abilities
2 of our art and layout departments are Pontiac helps in
publishing a successful yearbook.
All of the personnel ofthe Pontiac School Publications
'lllfytt Division are proud of their participation in the publication
fy of your yearbook and express their appreciation for the
splendid cooperation by your staff
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