Freeport High School - Polaris Yearbook (Freeport, IL)
- Class of 1958
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Ded1cat1on 596 you
CIIIZCHS of Freeport are soon to celebrate the centennlal
of the Lmcoln Douglas Debate We feel that, slnce we
students are soon to step 1nto l1fe and become c1t1zens of
Freeport we should Jom wlth our elders 1n the fest1v1t1es
and pay homage to the communlty 1n whlch we l1ve
We do belleve that ' the fate of a nat1on was declded
on that day of days, long ago, on August 27 1858, when a
tall, lean pra1r1e lawyer, turned statesman took h1S stand
on freedom and equallty
Therefore, as he V1S1tS us th1s day of days, 1n 1958, we
humbly dedlcate thls, our yearbook, to the l1v1ng Splflf of
Lmcoln, whose ldeals have been wlth us all of our days
and have been an 1nsp1rat1on to us as they have penetrated
lnfluenced, and gulded us 1n our da1ly l1VCS Lmcoln V1s1ts
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Wifrh ?he aid o? poe?ry and pic?ures, we've ?ried
?o pain? ?he pic?ure 0? our building ?or you ius? as
we've seen i? ?hroughou? ?he seasons o? a year. To
us, Mr. Lincoln, each season mean? ?ar more ?han
?empera?ure changes and scenery al?era?ions.
Win?er, ?or ins?ance, never mean? ?he coming o?
snow and ?ros?, bu?, ra?her, i? mean? ?ha? ?he baske?-
ball season was soon ?o reign as lcing o? spor?s dur-
ing i?s shor? s?ay.
l?s subiec?s, ?he ?ans, were always ?o be ?ound
eagerly awai?ing ?he ?irls? home game of ?he season,
?he ?lashy warmupslo? ?egms, lljMQ'iBBI'1d'S varie?y
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?he game, and, ?inally, ?he ?irs? vic?ory celebra?ion
and a??er-game dance ?ollowing ?he game.
Win?er also mean? ?ha? ?he Chris?mas Formal
was soon ?o come, ?ha? ?he ?irs? semes?er was soon
?o come ?o an end, ?he Carnival, ?he Chris?mas
vaca?ion wi?h i?s reunions wi?h alumni, and ?his year,
?or ?he ?irs? ?ime, our Varie?y Show.
Win?er, no ma??er where we shall be, will always
bring baclc all o? ?hese memories and so many more,
all o? which made our Win?er a? Freepor? High a
pleasan?, memorable season ?o endure.
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will we e e forgel lh n siasm spenl' in our an-
nual Magazine Driv is, Mr. Lincoln, was our
Fall, may we never for el' if!
Springiime ar our school
Na+ure's soil, genlle breafh
firsi greenery on our lawn
robin refurning from his Soufhern
long walks across our campus
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Our piicher preparing for a "s+rilce"
Our ba1'+er hiifing one +o The farihesf corner
Our home runs...
The Junior Play
The long rehearsals
The fedious hours
Thar final performance
All accenfed by 'rhe warm
The Prom in Spring.
The genfle music
The soil' lighls
Thar lasf dance .....
breafh of Spring.
And fhen Graduafion ....
And memories . .
All fhis againsf a background of Spring.
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CLASSES - We mos? Xmporfarf car' of cm yearz
a+ FHS. We seven Yong Hours of each sciccl day
we spew? in We 'ro3I and, aomeirrez imagery of
dass work seem fo rwelf away So qqlcidy 'wc afcffef
Year. OV 'Fefe waz Mme eu? 50 im'-fX'5f'f , . . Cm
Hays Canfvac, alzemeiiei, awe 'new' gf away,
one had 'Q 'QMGTWCGV We LHC cf beak in 'fe neil
af horve, walrfrq 'Q oe scene-21.
Cie? wvere wel!-Ughfed classrooms Pwcdern fad'-
65 and cemheiz bceks are aYr'wce+ iakef fer graded.
ed' Cf T- C: FHS S'ar"'g WV? CLASSES,
Say. did I ever 'e' ycu about We 'lfwe In Seah Be'ci+ whev
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Mr. Lincoln, you, no doubf, are aware ol +he
responsibilily lhal falls upon an adminislralion. We
would like you lo meel our adminislrafion and recog-
nize, as we have, lhe accomplishmenl of ils
Our principal, Mr. Baumgarlner, alfhough slill
fairly new al his iob, has rapidly gained lhe 'rrusl
and confidence of rhe sludenr body.
Counselors Huebner and Evans have won our
genuine respecl' lhrough 'rheir inl'eres+ in our prob-
lems, bofh academic and personal.
Allhough faculfy members are expecled lo 'reach
lheir various subiecls lo fhe besl of lheir abilily,
our inslrucfors, Mr. Lincoln, nof only have shown
lhis abilify bul also 'rhal qualily of leadership which
is so oflen associafed wifh you.
There are several more jobs which should nor go
unmenlioned, lhose of nurse, cafeferia sfalf, office
workers, and cuslodians. Their physical labor shall
never be lorgollen and forever admired.
"They were pillars of the temple of liberty."
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Reuben A. Baumgarfner
MR. PB" HELPS EVERYONE
Our communily and our schools have changed
since your parficipalion in lhe LincoIn4Douglas
Debale in Freeport The area where lhe campus
of Freeporl Senior High School is now Iocaled was
nol even a parl' of our cify.
Over lhe years, our sfudenls' inleresls and allain-
menls in arf, dramalics, music, publicalions, speech
and olher areas have been ou+s+anding. Lasf year,
Ihe Universily ol Chicago asked us lo send a copy
ol our Polaris. Laler when a represenfalive from
lhe Universiry came fo see us, he commenfed on lhe
high alrlainmenl achieved by Freeporl Senior High
School in lhe above areas. Il' was unusual, he said,
lo find a high school excelling in so many fields. I+
is our hope lo conlinue lhis lradilion.
Yes, a good educafional background is imporlanl
in learning fo 'rhink clearly. The abilily lo 'think
clearly and ser down lhe resulls of one's lhinking in
precise language was one of your greaf arlribules.
We hope To conlinue lhis lype of educalion al
Freeporr Senior High School.
As you see, Mr. Lincoln, our eflorls are poinfed
loward helping young people learn how lo lead
happy, useful and crealive lives and al lhe same
lime gain knowledge lo serve all mankind in lhe
pallern you ser 'lor us.
ADVISORS PROVIDE GUIDANCE THROUGH FRIENDSHIP
Guidance is essenfial Io each one of us somelime
Ihrough high school and should be considered one
of +he mosl imporlanl 'rhings foward our lulure.
Through The friendly guidance of Miss Marguerife
Huebner and Charles Evans, girls' and boys' deans,
we can gef lhe advice we need a+ almosf any lime,
whe+her our problems are large or small. Through
fheir careful consideralion, lhey guide us in selecling
Charles E. Evans
our 'fulure iob or college: help us wilh our personal
problems and help us 'ro aHain a solid educalion.
Even when doing all +his lhey acl as good friends.
One ol lhe mosl' necessary persons needed on lhe
FHS business sfafl is Willard C. Rubendall, our busi-
ness manager. Being in charge of 'rhe money needed
lo 'finance all of lhe various schools aclivifies, he has
fulfilled a year's hard work.
Marguerile J. Huebner Willard C. Rubendall
MCPHAII. CDMPLETES THIRD YEAR
superinfendenf of schools
As superinTendenT oT schools Tormerly Trom Ames,
Iowa, Mr. Harry Mcphail has compleTed his Third
year oT service To our schools. Being a Tormer class-
room Teacher, elemenTary school principal, and a
coach, Mr. McPhaiI is baclced by 27 years oT ex-
GvraduaTing as presidenT OT class Trom Balmer Uni-
versiTy in l932, he received his B.S. degree in busi-
ness adminisTraTion and a minor in educaTion.
Always willing and never Too busy To meeT a
sTudenT is our SuperinTendenT OT Schools.
SuperinTendenT oT Schools Harry Mclnhail.
BOARD PLANS IMPROVEMENTS, ADDITIONS FOR '58-'59
The Board OT EducaTion, under The direcTion oT
Lloyd Giessel, presidenT, has planned To Talce on
improvemenTs and addiTions To The schools oT The
This year's plans included a big curriculum survey
direcTed by The UniversiTy oT Illinois' Field Service
Division, which involves ioinT sTudy by ciTizen and
TaculTy members oT our educaTion program. The
purpose is To deTermine goals and obiecTives and
how To plan sTudy programs To reach These goals.
This survey is To be compleTed by June oT I958.
To ease a criTical shorTage oT.elemenTary class-
rooms, The school board proposed a 5700.000 bond
issue To Tinance The consTrucTion oT a new elemenTary
school in NorThwesT FreeporT and To pay Tor The
renovaTion oT The FirsT Ward school.
Also on This lisT which was puT TorTh and passed
by ciTy voTers, was The necessiTy To avoid "double
sessions" in classes and To provide improved TaciliTies
Tor rural children of The disTricT.
lvlosl' OT These improvernenTs and building pro-
grams will go inTo eTTecT This summer.
Members of The School Board: RoberT RemingTon, John WhiTon, Ted CarpenTer, Harry McPhaiI, Lloyd
Giessel, Dan HirTle, Charles FursT, Don Jepsen, Earl Boyer.
Mr. MeTTelka goes rve' a Tew iTerns w?Th his
secreTary, Mrs. Paf Conler.
Eleven sTudenT workers assisTed Miss
KaTe Bicanich and her secreTary, Mrs.
Laura EnsTrom, in The library. Their eligi-
biliTy Tor This work is based on scholar-
ship, ciTizenship and general characTer.
Under The supervision oT Miss Bicanich,
They perTorm such Tasks as desk work,
processing new books, circulaTion, Tiling
caTaIog cards, obTaining magazines, and
checking in library mail. They help To
keep The library running smooThIy.
Back among The magazines in The library annex
we Tcund Miss Kafe Bicanich working long hows
wiTh her secreTary Mrs. Laura EnsTrcm.
SERVICES PROVIDE LEARNING
AdulT EducaTion is noT a new program To FreeporT.
For many years, adulTs Trom This area have had The
opporTuniTy To enjoy This inviTaTion To learning.
During The I957-58 school year abouT ISOO people
enrolled in The nighT school. There were 59 varied
courses dealing wiTh everyThing Trom geTTing college
crediT To using your leisure Time creaTively.
Classes, which were held in The Junior High School,
and in The IndusTriaI ArTs building aT Senior T-Iigh
School, ran Tor periods OT Tour To Ten weeks.
NorberT J. MeTTelka, direcTor, and Mrs, James
ConTer, regisTrar, worked all year keeping Things
STudenT library workers are, Trorn I. To r.: Sally NorTon, Karen Jones, Corrine
Ryan, Carolyn Cramer, Darlene Kasch, Carol Donnely Rcsernarie Sb eiT"IT
Mary BeTh Wilson, Sandra I-Iayner, Janice Ascher, and Judy Snyder.
Helping sTudenTs use The library To iTs TullesT exTenT
is whaT Miss KaTe Bicanich likes mosT abouT her job
as librarian. She also seIecTs and orders books and
seTs up The inTeresTing displays. She seIecTs beTween
750 and 800 books To be added each year To The
book sTacks and The subscripTion lisT numbers near 70.
This year Miss Bicanich had an assisTanT, Mrs. Laura
EnsTrom, who served as her secreTary. Mrs. EnsTrom
did a greaT deal OT Typing and Tiling.
Miss Mae Boswell reads The lafesf Red Cross nalional
nofes ro fhe Monday morning meefing.
lf one were lo lake a look al our school
building and grounds, fhe iirsl 'rhing he
would nolice would be how nice our cam-
pus and building appears. Keeping Them
clean and in good condilion is lhe duly of
rhe cuslodians. They work very hard and
do a good job of making Freeporf High
one oi lhe mos? beauliiul schools in lhe
siale. They are lo be commended for
mainlaining The school grounds in such
pleasing condirion for us.
Miss Genevieve Sheridan, supervisor of 'rhe FHS
caieleria, has again lived up lo her repuialion of
serving well-balanced meals and keeping lhe sludenls
happy and well-fed.
To Miss Sheridan goes ihe job of planning meals,
ordering food, and lhen, lhe biggesl job of all-
serving meals To hundreds oi hungry sludenls during
lheir lunch hours wilh ihe help of her excellenl slaii.
Sludenls all go for lhe "home-cooking" and
genuinely lhank Miss Sheridan.
'PRECIATE UNSEEN SERVICES FROM STAFFS
Anyone, bofh sludenl' and faculfy member, who
has ever been sick or injured during lhe school day
has become acquainied wilh Miss Mae Boswell,
school nurse. Her office, which is localed in l'he
Junior High School, is always lull oi sludenls who
require some sorl of medical frealmenl. Miss Bos-
well has her hands full faking lemperaiures, laping
sprained ankles and fingers, bandaging culs and
scrafches, and ofher ailmenfs.
Besides 'rhese duiies, Miss Boswell is also adviser lo
lhe Junior Red Cross and The Fulure Nurses Club.
CUSTODUKNS: Row I: Lern l-lauger, Paul Euler, Herman
Winfers. Row 2: LaVerne Schoonhoven, Clyde Jackson, Ruth
Burgefl, Harold Homan, and William Shay.
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TERM PAPERS T0 READ-UGH!
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Hamillon, John D.
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Norman, Ronald C.
Iowa Shure College, B.S.
Drake Unlverslryx M.S.
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Unlrefslf, cl Ill'-lolz BS.
Unlvfysin of Wiszonsnx MS.
Drake Unlve'SH,f BS.
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Ill nois College, BA.
Universlfy of llllnols, M.A.
Un vsfrsity oi Wisconsin B.A.
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University of Illinois, 5.5. M.S,
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ROCKET TO THE MOON
Miss Weeks' question seems to liave perplexed the class.
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THEN . . .
This, Mr. Lincoln, is fhe senior class of I958, our
class! We believe +he word "our" lceynoles 'rhe
feeling of unify which has come To be a characler-
islic of our induslrious group, rhis year under lhe
guidance of Wendell Cox, presidenl: Jaclc May-
nard, vice-president and Luanne Swanlc, secrelary-
We wish, Mr. Lincoln, on lhinking baclc, you could
have been wilh us on The nighl when Jim Nelson,
our foo+ball capfain, crowned Luanne Swank as
Homecoming Queen: 'rhe nighfs when we proudly
wafched our class-males presenf "The Curious Sav-
age": rhe nigh? of "Le Tour Du Monde", our
carnival, as we sfrolled around lhe gym gazing af
lhe decorafions on which nof more fhan a few
hours before we had puf finishing +ouches.
These are only a few of lhe many memories we
shall cling 'ro as we recall our year as . . . Seniors.
As SENIORS, we rehearsed
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Juniors! l-low we vowed lo malce our class a good
one and benefil from our previous year's mislalces.
We were by no means "miserable" as sophomores.
Mr. Lincoln, bul you surely can undersland how
eagerly we loolced lcrward fo a year we would
And wha? a year il was! We began by elecring
class officers, Don Miller, president Barb Rurenbeclc,
vice-presidenly Erma Sanman, secrelary-lreasurerf
who led our class lo numerous accomplishmenls.
Our lirsl accomplishmenl was in becoming lhe
lirsr class ever lo sporl lwo Homecoming allendanls
insread of lhe usual one as lhe resull of a lie. Our
nexf leaf was more glorious, as we worlced hard and
wilh spiril lo win lhe Carnival.
Perhaps wilh guidance and leadership, which is
synonymous wilh you, Mr. Lincoln, we shall malce
nexl year bigger, beller, and more memorable.
WJVV r: Ma'ic'r DaWe, Grefdvem
Bunk.: Karan Brnlc, Semzra Ca'-
" W ludy Adm Cfwwmcr, Marbr
AW Casiana, Nancy Clark, ROW
2: Judy Cogmber John Conner,
Jcrvy Cook Tom Briwlharf, Ray-
'wrd Bfawiil, Lee Carfer, Gerad
Bfzwaorv Heanor Canfidd. ROW
3: Judy Ciarlx, Mawdne DeVcn,
Car'1iCranOa3l,Barbafa Born, Mar-
row Bcfchafdf Sbarsn Husker Vin
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' Girieia Hr-renneen Jerry Hunfer,
Mariiyn H' and Sandra Hayner,
Pa' Hiiafrrrar-d' Diana- Green.
ROW 2: Li 'e H: Wand, Judy
Haiwfi Jeannrfg Heid, Huida
G'avr-nifrir' Cami Hr,-inii Verieo
Hesseibadie' Myrna Harnisiw.
ROW 3: Jzan Hcndfldcs, Richard
Hf'e"an Tyr Hgeile EGL: Heif
rnan James Girnafn Gerald Hoof,
Ri' rnle Hesieibacner.
ROW If Ncnie Kiosa.
Kariene Keieinuf, Janice
Jenner Karen Jones,
Andrea Jarvey, Mary Jo
Ke ef. ROW 2: Harry
Jcnnscn, Caro! Lee Mc-
Kinney, June Kneiler,
Barbara Jenner, Janice
Kasprzak, Terry Keriin.
ROW 3: Fred Kiufii,
Reqer Janssen, Marvin
Kiernrn, Jack James, Don
Juiius, Maryin Janssen
ROW I: Sandra Lcewe Kaiiepe
Maaqarie, Barbara Kaufman, San,
dra Kubawke, Nancy Mead, Carol
Lee. ROW 2: Carl Kunidee Karen
Koa? Ra' Mccarfi-y, Penny Luck,
adc Cate Kgcnbadr Mary Lou
Law Merrie Jyrscn ROW 3:
Tern Lough in Gary Ma'si'ia L Jcrvn
K. Linccin Larry Knauff, Sianiey
Madd'e:i Jifv Lana, Mike Lafay-
eve Dgnaid Lee.
ROW I: Berry Pafker, Care
Nnoske, Barbara Price, Carrie Sue
Ne scn Jcfxnn Pri lips Lyn Osnef-
eif, Aucrey Pairfer, RCW 2: Marr
Cla Qiflcnaid Hank Perdue Trny
Pfeiffer, Bruce Olsen Bob Norton,
Jim Nye Larry Papp, Anna Nief
rrcxei RCW 3: Ernie Neiderrrann
Norrnan Pfie, Dan Niciaois. Dennic
PraH, Jim Pirinow, Phil Pearson Jim
Pakfieid, Norman Neuqes.
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ROW I: Sandy Siaifz
Rose Wafier, Nancy
iernark Janice Sfum,
bauqn, Judy Stockfqn,
Pa? Tniurnan. ROW 21
Biii Taepfer, Rosa
Thompson, Kay Tueli,
Karen Sfucky, Mary Kay
Tnofnoson Jerry Vincent
RCW 3: Frank in Walk'
ef Tnornas Swank, Larry
Suifefin, Jim Tiqi, Jus-
iin Siroclr, Dan Toelie.
ROVV i: Giniia STQQG Cannif'
S'ai1f'n'w, fX'fJf'i'W Svnbbinf Simi' n
Sii-'rf-fu' Kaii-r' Smffwn Nina
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ff-arvr Sicwav, WCW 3: Janlm-
Siadff"'a'1" Rim S'iftwj"m Jud
Svfnfcwin Jail S" snake' Wa'-
rv S'n"' Cyrvna Smdef Sw?
ionic S' " J.oy Si acc:
ROW it Ka'ny Yoder, Sandie
Wefy Jac-y Yiwi Cnafyi Win:
Bova Zwewei Jgiyes Wi cj. RQVV
2: Jg Wi,'V'f'i Qgnfa Kay W Ai
Ju Ann Wesea' Aiite Wnifir'
Frances Wiigey, Linda Wiid Maiy
B. Wi szn. POW 3: Ffed Wi iiafns
Amer' WIi'a'fs Andy Wacase'
MQ Wfign' M15 Yeage' Pea
Wi"e :lik NN: fa
ROW I: Tammy Cazei.
Sherry Bceke Kamryn
Casde, Marfva Bunch-
marv. Jane? Busekrrs
Sandra Cary, ROW 2:
Karer1Bc:se Nancy Cai?
Pafricra Boek. Linda
Breckwrek, Kay Buss,
Sandy Bowen Verma
Bocmqarden: ROW 3:
Dennis Bree Ray Carre'
Rfck Auwack, Dan
Breaks, Larry Casfcrd,
MeNnn Cabery, BME Bc'-
:r1.ROW 4: Max Bfeke
Ra' Bute: Rau Ccrwder
Jcrr' Barc'er: Jce
Brcwn Rcrwb Brasseaa
y i 4
ROW I: ffarene Abby? Jean
Becker, Judy Brgvfo Dgrcfby
Barker Jayco Aden Sa -y Arofa,
Julie Beard Marrkyrw Albrecrr.
ROW 2: Srrrley Base Mike
Asdver Ro'a0 Bare' Ray' Baker,
Mrke Amor Unk Bed Ea'r1eAoes,
Jarwef Bev. ROW 3: Syfa 5"'rwer
Mike Amder 'rw Ar' L7'ere"'an
Barb Baugh Mar' ym Berder Jerry
Adams, Gary Bower, Rat Ander-
son, ROW 4: Adrian Andree,
Jerry Breeze Furl Aicrver Bill AI,
ken, Marvin BYazkr:'errv Kenrofrw
Berws n Jurre Bank' Crares A'-
RCW li May' C',,f Vggwrfve
Haw Liar-a Ewff Liar' j,g5r
Laferr Daszner Sufe Flwserfe'
Sywra B257 Fa' Qawg, ROW
2: T61 Erere Rf-ii Ciik Dafd
Dev-fd Carry' L,,'i"k Gary Cid,
dWe, Div Czrmarw Larr, Bang
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ROW I: Reberf Helden, Penn
Haffirnancis Sharon Hannrnond,
Care yn Haze! Dane-ne Huqlns.
Care! Hennlng, Je'ry Hawes. ROW
2: Denn?s Hernan Roger HH, Doug
Hansen, Gary He-F"er, PHI HD Haf-
brader, Cecil Haas Le'and Hauser,
RCW 33 Ka'nryn HCNand Kivfye
Lia Ha""an Ba'C Hi 9, .ladle
Hepne' Judy Hannar Mary Hide
rnan. RCW 4: Uidc Hauqor, Den,
nls HiWa"d Pau Hubbard, Jen
He-Dre' Howard Hessen,
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Gasif- Ka"e Gifs!
Pa' G"e'a's Nan Gff-
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2: Bay Gunderscr Dau:
Guzizrr' Canine Gan:
Mary G'a'ney Sancra
Fcge. ROW 3: Rcss
Pago' Jenn Ginae'
Gary Fe"er Hank FCHL
ney Joe Gfnqer Jonn
FuH:ers:n, Judy Graff.
ROW 45 Mike Forrner
Cafscn Grrr-neil, BNI
Fernsreadf, Don Glasser.
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ROW I: Penny Miler.
Jane? Miller, Care Of-
fenhausenl Marfna New-
berry, Nora Kay Muse,
Lecra Pearson ROW 2:
Dayrd Pa?+af Cinafie
Murpny, Rfcnavd Menre
qgld, Reber' Mrwler.
John Meyers, Jerry Mc-
Lain, Leroy Moy Dafe
Pam. ROW 3: Karol
Odqiesen Jear Morey,
Janice Mehaif Esaie
Pafferson, JC, Mi'c?ck
Diana Mess Mary Os-
bgrne. ROW 4: Ar' My-
ers, Barney Pfefef Jenn
Pearson, JIM Nescn,
David G'fV7"dT'V', Jack
Pefers, Lee Ocicer Bob
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ROW I: Judith Lebrecn' Barbara
'v1er+ens Linda Kubarzife Mary
Lu Maffer, Jean Knelef Barbra
MayfIeNd Snargn MgNe'l, ROW
2: Jlrn Lf-renze S'efe Kren' Dick
Lakfe, Hunfer Lrrcfn Vernon
Merdef, Ray Knewer Larry Law-
sen. ROW 3: Sa Ly Kepoein, Pafrir
:ia Libby Mari-yr La""n Snarcn
Lamb Judy Linder Manewa MQ'
O:'a'd SfeDLan'e KVI. ROW 4:
Afisen Lecke'+ JM Messe Eirad-
fzrd Kuby MeC'ae1 L'eTz Dave
McNary Monvre Lrve Jfel Mr'
Crnwccn Rnbew KnIQseF7eld.
W I eck Judy
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ROW N: Beahice Veer Myrna
Tcepfer, Pa? Wazzner Theresa
Sfuarf, Jane? WaNTon Bern Vidrery
Karin Wafernouse, Mary Stone.
ROW 2: Jarnes Van Heenen, Aiken
Swarm, Denny Swank, Karl Tresier,
Hamid Tnornpson, Anwar Sfede
P010 Sruksznbcrq, Pau! Waqqoner,
Jrnn Watson. ROW 3: ToniSfin1
port Marcia Vcro, Barb Sfirnpson
Jan Toepfor Enzabofn Ward, Un
da Sunday, Curnce Van Buekirk
Kafny Ufnauh ROW 4: B'ucf1
Srmnackcr, Harry SMMZ Rf-yr Wa'-
ace, Jerry SVUQ Gary Wagner
Jann Taylcr BN Wagner Ronnie
Tfvbin Dan Torrnlark.
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Jud. S'a"Z Benn' ,
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May Mas" S""'
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SPN" Barrera S:'f'if2'
Crane SnL,"'a'i1 Jn?-nrr-r
S'n3fn Mary Ann S'n""
Pafq Swine-:'Q, QOW
4: Dayfd 5'6" Jarv
Sfaa' Gary Swa"
DG-rid Srd2"' Rf' SSW'
'nan La"y Spanne
ROW li Dir' Wcrfeng
befqer Judy Wcosey
Kanciy Weik Karen Wi-
VeW"s Judy W3r"e's
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Wczdriuse Bch Yew'
Gafy Casne Larry VVS"
'nan Gary Wihgn JP'
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HOMEROOM PRESIDENTS MEET T0 DISCUSS PROBLEMS
Elecled lo represenl lhe sludenl body, lhe sludenl
council consisling ol ils ollicers, homeroom presi-
denls, and class presidenls, and slale conyenlion
delegales, mel each Monday ol lhe school year lo
discuss problems, suggeslions, and proiecls ol lhe
Under lhe advisorship ol Richard T. Lumby lhe
ollicers, presidenl Larry I-lulmacher, vice-presidenl
Ernie Niederman and secrelary-lreasurer Lynn Usher-
oll led lhe council consisling ol lhirly-seven members.
The council gol oll lo a good slarl as lhe home-
coming commillee headed by RoberlJohanson com-
bined ils ellorls and ideas wilh lhose ol lhe sludenl
council lo bring aboul a successlul homecoming.
Following lhe homecoming aclivilies lhe council
began lo draw up plans lor nexl year's homecoming
Lell, Ernie Neiderman, vice-presidenl
cenler, Lynn Osheroll, secrelary-lreas-
urerq and righl, Larry Hulrnacher, presi-
I I I L Q
Sludenl council sponsored dances were lhe respone
sibilily ol Belly Maves, chairman ol lhe dance
commillee, assislanl chairman, Luanne Swanlc, and
Culling in line during lunch, running in lhe cale-
leria, messy lables, were all problems ol lhe caleleria
commillee headed by Jane Olson.
Special recorded programs played during lunch,
were one ol lhe more enjoyable proiecls. Among
olher lhings, lhey succeeded in gelling a double
lunch menu consisling ol a choice belween lish or
meal lor lhe main course on Friday.
Don Miller was selecled head ol lhe newly organ-
ized Conslilulion Commillee. This commillee con-
sidered any revisions in lhe conslilulion ol lhe
"Good Grooming Day" was anolher one ol lhe
proiecls ol lhe l957-58 council. On lhis day, slu-
denls were asked lo dress wilh a Iillle exlra allenlion
Delegales lo lhe NE-NW convenlion held al
Riverside-Broolrlield I'ligh gained inlormalion which
will be valuable lo nexl year's council as FI-IS will be
hosl lo all schools in lhe NE-NW dislricl ol Illinois
al lhe annual convenlion held November ol I958.
Sludenl council members were: Row I: Don Wollensburger,
Belly Mayes, Janel Wallon, Jerry I-Iunler, Nancy Grillilh, and
Jerry I-lawes. Row 2: Luanne Swanlc, Karlene Kelelhul, Mary
Lou Maller, JoEllen Meyers, Joyce Korlemeier, Belly Parlrer,
Judy Winlers, Bev Gunderson, and Ladine Bennell. Row 3:
Jane Olscn, Janel Penlicoll, Bruce Schrnidl, Sharon Nellles,
Norm Shipley, Don Miller, Anna Nierneier, Karl Kunlrle, Doug
Gugger, and Killy Lou I-Iarlman, Row 4: Tom Bader, Dave
Johnson, Jerry Rehleldl, Gary Slearns, Kenny Kacsh, Wayne,
Torn Doyle, Gary Dielrneier, Dan Toele, and Bob Johansen.
Row I: DoroThy Miller, Karen Bose, I-IarrieTT Shipley, CynThia
Snyder, Marcella Wilkins, Nancy Kleihauer, Pearl SmiTh, and
Mary Mease. Row 2: Dick Bell, Carol STabenow, Sandra
Grier, Jerry Miller, Joyce Spielman, Sue Secker, Barb Bauch,
Phylis Meads, Mary Kay Thompson, Janice Mefcalf, Bill Mor-
row, and Nancy Frazier. Row 3: Jerry Keeney, Dean Wilson,
Paul Rogers, Larry Knauf, Dennis PraTT, Dave McNary, KenT
Lincoln, Dave OlTmann, and Chuck Fish.
COUNCIL IOINS INTERNATIONAL MUSIC PROJECT
Under The supervision oT Miss Mae Bosewell, school
nurse: Ellen T-lansen, presidenT7 Gene I'IiIle, vice-
presidenT, and JoAnn Wesson, secreTary-Treasurer,
several worThy proiecTs were compleTed by The
American Junior Red Cross.
The year began wiTh The annual Red Cross enroll-
menT drive. A ToTal oT 566.74 was donaTed by The
school, Thus enTiTling FreeporT T-Iigh School To mem-
bership in The American Junior Red Cross. SixTeen
homerooms had IOOCVO parTicipaTion.
The group ioined in The InTernaTional Music ProiecT.
A record made by The music deparTmenT was senT
overseas. The sTudenTs oT Toreign schools also made
a recording, characTerisTic oT Their counTry and senT
iT To us in exchange.
The members oT The Red Cross "adopTed" Two
orphans Trom The Kings DaughTers T'lome. By adop-
Tion, They were remembered on Their birThday and
aT ChrisTmas wiTh presenTs and several members oT
The commiTTee Took Them To a movie.
A Sadie I-lawkins Dance was given as a Tund-
raising proiecT aTTer The WesT RockTord game, Feb.
28. The idea was Taken Trom Al Capps "LiTTle
Abnern Sadie I-lawkins Day is noTed Tor The women
chasing The men, Trying To caTch one who will be-
come her husband. The dance was a modiTied
version oT This cusTom. Girls did The inviTing and
everyone wore old cIoThes. A minisTer 'narried The
coacles, giving Them imaginary marriage cerTiTicaTes.
This year The Red Cross made ChrisTmas merrier
Tor Those a' The VeTerans T-losciTal aT Downey, Illinois,
oy sending 'oem eighT dozen cookies. The hosoETal
OTTicers: Ellen Hansen, president JoAnn Wesson secreTary-
Treasurer: Gene I-lille, vice-presidenT.
received nuT cups on SainT PaTrick's Day and EasTer,
complimenTs oT our school.
The March oT Dimes campaign was launched by
a recording oT The voice oT Judy WolTe, I955 vicTim
OT polio, urging sTudenTs To conTribuTe To The Tund,
because The eTTecTs oT The disease are sTill disasTrous.
She also Told sTudenTs who had noT received polio
shoTs, To do so.
The AssociaTion oT The Red Cross was sTarTed in
IB66 by The Reverend T-lenry Bellows, presidenT oT
The Un'Te:: STaTes SaniTary Commission, which served
in Tne Civil NfVar. In IBBI, Clara BarTon and oThers
Tormed The American Red Cross.
The Red Cross service Tunds includes disasTer
areas in peace and war, in every corner oT The world.
CerTainly FreecorT T-Iigh School has done Their carl'
PANEL DISCUSSION, SPEAKERS ADVISE MEMBERS
The purpose of The Leslie A. Holmes ChapTer oT
The FuTure Teachers of America, named Tor The
presidenT oT NorThern Illinois UniversiTy aT DeKalb,
is To promoTe inTeresT in and beTTer undersTanding
oT The Teaching profession. The club is sponsored by
The NaTionaI AssociaTion and The Illinois AssociaTion
oT FuTure Teachers of America, and is primarily a
Under The direcTion oT Miss Ferne Kuhlemeyer,
advisor: Miss Pamela Weeks, assisTanT advisor: Jane
Olson, presidenT7 Kaliopee Malagaris, vice presidenT:
Joyce Spielman, sec:-eTaryg and Janice Mailand,
Treasurer, The club had a prosperous and busy year.
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Row I: Darla Van Buslrirlr, Julie Klosa, Susie Fogel, Befh
Viclcery, PaTTy STeinesTel, Faifh I-Iafiimanolis, DoroThy Fawver.
Row 2: KaThy UThlauT, Gail DieTrich, Sally Koppein, Kafhie
Gorslci, Leonard Fauser, Janice Mailand, Ellen Hansen, Sandra
Hayner, Sandy Snodgrass. Row 3: I-larrieT Shipley, Kaliapee
Malagaris, Marilyn Millard, Linda Kinfzel, Jane Olson, Joyce
Spielman, PaT Casford, Jeanne Fulfer, KaThy Doerr, Judy
HaighT. Row 4: CynThia Seeley, Carol Falls, PaT McCarThy,
Sharon NeTTIes, Carl Baumann, Dan Nichols, John Woodhouse.
Judy Geiseman, Mary EnsTrom, Mary Dennis, Erma Sanman.
fufure Teachers of america
Harry McPhail, school superinTendenT, spoke aT
The TirsT FTA meeTing of The year.
Members ushered aT Open House as one of The
club acTiviTies. Senior members of The club were
given an opporTuniTy To do cadeT Teaching in The
grade schools if Their schedules were arranged.
Following The Career Day Tallcs, The club had a
special luncheon Tor Dr. Leslie A. Holmes and some
members OT The NIU sTaTT. Dr. Holmes presenTed
The club wiTh a gavel aT a meeTing aTTer The luncheon,
and also, as in previous years, exTended an inviTaTion
To The members oT FTA To visiT NorThern Illinois
UniversiTy in The spring.
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XMAS TEA HIGHLIGHTS YEAR
Ac? well your par+ for 'rhere all honor lies All
Thespians have learned io recognize 'rhese words
and fo follow fheir advice in any acfivify Each
Thespian musl' earn his or her membership by achng
or parhcipahng in slage crew worlc for one hundred
hours In fhe spring an annual banquef was held lo
innhale lhose who had mei lhis requiremenl
Meehngs were held an lhe members homes and
Thespians enjoyed varied programs. A+ one meeling
Miss Pal Lemanslci showed sl'des of her lrip in
Europe. Miss Jeanefle Lloyd club adviser showed
scenes from The iunior and senior class plays af
Officers elecfed for lhe year were: Jane Olson
presidenf' Bonnie Plager vice presidenf' Ellen Han-
son secreiary' Ron Prasse Treasurer' and Lynn
The annual Chrislmas alumni lea was held Decem-
ber 22 a+ lhe Embury Parish l-louse. lnvirafions were
senl +o members who had graduafed wilhin lhe las?
four years. The program included music and The
reading of The Chrislmas slory. Afler lhe program
refreshmenfs were served and ihe remaining lime
was spenf socially.
Row I: Ladine Benneff, Genie Carnahan, Sally Cheeseman,
Sandra l-layner, Blenda Crummer, Ellen Hanson, Lynn Osheroff.
Row 2: Janice Mailand, Cynfhia Snyder, Bonnie Plager, Dianne
Owen, Barbara Price, Luanne Swank, Molly Bolender. Row 3:
"My Fair Lady" was lhe play Thespians chose fo
see fhis year. Brighf and early February 9+h, club
members boarded a bus for Chicago, arriving in
Time fo browse in ihe ar+ museum or shop in ihe
sfores, before 'rhe mafinee. Then on fo 'rhe fheaierl
Marilyn Millard, Jeanne Fulfer, Sue Sfrohaclzer, Sharon Neffles,
Judy Geiseman, Marilyn Auman, Jane Olson, Mary Dennis.
Row 4: Jim Wrighf, Gary Diefmeier, Carl Baumann, Orval
Fairbairn, Jim Nelson, Alyn Hess, Ron Prasse, John Graff,
Members also subscribed fo Dramofics, a maga-
zine for direclors, feachers, and sludenfs of dramatic
arfs. This magazine is published monlhly and con-
lains scenes from various high school producfions,
hinls aboul' acfing, play reviews and lelfers from
high schools recommending differenl' plays.
Officers, lefl: Joseph Davis, presidenlz Kaliopee Mala-
garis, vice-president Marie Casiana, secre+ary-+reas-
CLUB SPONSORS DANCE
For approxirnalely lhirly years "Le Cercle Fran-
cais" has nnel, wilh lhe purpose of gelling French
sludenls logelher, and 'ro work on proiecls.
With lhe guidance of Miss Mary Margarel Lueb-
bing and The club officers, Joseph Davis, presidenlq
Kaliopee Malagaris, vice-presidenly and Marie
Casiana, secrelary-lreasurer: lhis year was very busy
and rnosl successful,
ln lhe lall, French Club sponsored a dance, lhe
rherne ol which was "French Flarew, and donaled 'rhe
proceeds of S47 lo rhe Communily Chesl. Dancing
was in 'rhe alrnosphere of a French Cale decoraled
wilh brighl' colored balloons and slrearners.
Row l: Dorofhy Fawver, Carol Lee, Kafhlyn l-lasfings, Mike
Ascher, Belle Zweifel, Karen Waferhouse, Marie Casiana,
Row 2: Pal Hildebrandt Judy Haight Sandra Bowen, Dianne
Owen, Mary Hickman, Kaliapee Malaqaris, Carolyn Cramer,
Linda Wild, Gloria l-lerendeeri. Row 3: Sylvia Volkers, Marcia
Vore, Dee Dollich, Mary Whilon, JoAnn Wesson, Duncan
Gilchrisr, Marvel Borchardl, Janice Melcalf, Susan Auvinen,
Ellen Rood, Row 4: Pal Evans, David Slein, John Woodhouse,
Joseph Davis, Jasper DeVidal, Wyra Jones Ron Spielrnan,
Barbara Johnson, Mike Kaney, Ralland Ruhl, Barbara Bama
Ore ol lhe highlighls ol lhe year was lhe making
of "Les Chapeuxl' or hals. Fashions ol 'rhe day were
Spulnik. which won lirsl place lor being rhe lunniesl,
La Plurne lor being lhe prelliesl, Ode fo a Spaghelli
Maker lor lhe sirnplesl, and Uller Confusion lor
being lhe nnosl original. Judges lor lhe day were
+he hgh and fashionable ollicers,
French parlines were lhe subiecl ol lhe cooking
session and were very enjoyable. Many longues were
pusy wilh lhe lasling ol lhe candy and were very
sa'isiied even lhough il 'rurned our like soup inslead
'Did you find one," were lhe remarks of The
French Club sludenls on a scavenger hunl in lhe
school. Looking behind doors and on lop of lockers.
lhey hoped lo lind a piece ol lhe Chrislmas 'rree so
rhey could win lirsl prize,
Sornelhing new which was added fo Le Cercle
Francais lasf year and carried on lhis year was
receiving ol pins by fhe sludenls who wished lhern.
We rnusl nol lorgel lo menlion lhe "food" which
all lhe Frenchrnen are noled lor. Al all rneelings
relreshrnenls were served and helped lhe sludenls
gel acguainled wilh each olher by silling around
To end a very busy and enioyable year came lhe
lime lor 'rhe annual picnic and roller skaling parly
a+ +he While Pines Roller Rink wilh lhe Spanish Club.
Row l: Diane Green, Paf Wagner, Nancy Kleihauer, Jerry
l-lawes, Dick Bell, Dave Woodhouse, Janef Walfon, Befh
Vickery, Sue Fogel, Row 2: JoAnne Smifh, Janice Mailand.
Curfice Van Buski-k, Carol Noeske, Louann Shelley, Dave Cox.
l-larrief Shipley, Joyce Korfemier, Dianne Owen, Joann Shelley,
Kalicpee Malagaris. Row 3: Kay Buss, Marilyn Millard, Jackie
l-lepner, Joan Hendricks, JoAnn Wesson, Jean Sensanbauqh,
Joyce Spielman, Elizabefh Ward, Barb l-lille, Barbara Jenner,
Joy Mordick. Row 4: Phyllis Meads, Douglas Gugger, Lonnie
Well' Neel Schmiff, Orval Fairbairn, Norm Pfile, Joseph
Davis Ken Kling, John Woodhouse, Gary Wilson, Alfred Moy,
PROGRAMS ENTERTAIN CLUB
Spanish Club 57-58, under fhe able supervision of
Miss Dorofhea Schmidf and fhe club's officers which
included Dianne Owen, presidenf, Joseph Davis,
vice-president and Marilyn Millard, secrefaryfrreas-
urer, complefed a fun-filled as well as highly suc-
ln Ocfober, fhe Spaniards elecfed fheir officers.
The following monfh broughf fhe long-awaifed cook-
ing session. While some of fhe members donned
fheir aprons and chefls hafs making Chicos Alegres
lJolly Boysl, fhe ofhers were in room l I I playing "El
Espanol" which is a word playing card game.
As Chrisfmas fime rolled around our "amigos"
sang Spanish carols along wifh new records boughf
for fhe occasion. Charades in January broughf some
confusing momenfs while skifs provided by fhe older
members were on fhe February program.
One of rhe mosf inferesfing programs was fhaf
Officers, leflz Marilyn Millard, secrefary-freasurerg Miss
Dorofhea Schrnidf, advisory Dianne Owen, presidenfg
Joseph Davis, vice-presidenf.
given by Miss Cecilia Ballesferos formerly of Quifo,
Ecuador: now of Orangeville, Illinois. The fheme of
her falk cenfered around Spanish-American cusfoms.
April I4fh broughf Pan American Day. This day
is sef aside fo culfivafe our friendship and fo have
a beffer relafionship wifh Soufh America.
The annual picnic and roller skafing parfy wifh fhe
French Club held af fhe Whife Pines wound up 'rhe
year's acfivifies in May.
Ten dollars was senf fo a former Freeporf High
School Spanish sfudenf who is living among fhe hill
fribes in Vief Nam. They have no wriffen language
and his plan is fo creafe a scienfific alphabef and
franslafe fhe Bible To fhenn.
ln order fo become eligible fo ioin, one musf have
ar leasf one semesfer of Spanish. The club meefs fhe
2nd Wednesday of The monfh affer school. All
inferesfed Spanish srudenfs are welcomed.
Row I: Carol Schweder, Julie Beard, Pafri Daws, Darla Van Buskirk. Row 2: Becky Rolinger, Judy
Smilhe, Pafly Sleineslel, Susie Slellen, Darlene I-Iughs, Barb Rurenbeck, Nora Kay Muse, Julia Kealon,
Row 3: Nan Griflilh, Charlolle Ollmann, Sherry Russell, Kalhy Ulhlaul, Sandy Snodgrass, Sherry Boehe,
Dorolhy Barker, Gail Diefrich, Sandy Sfolrz. Row 4: Kalhie Gorski, Mary Osborne, Sandra Greier,
Mike Ascher, Roberl Schroeder, Ray Kemp, Don Wollensberger, Janer Busekros, Karen Bose, Marlha
Bunchman. Row 5: Allen Swain, John Conner, Paul Waggoner, Pele Slukenberg, Adrian Andree,
John Fulkerson, Carl Gang, John Meyers, Dennis Breo.
MEMBERSHIP IS LARGEST IN HISTORY
S.P. R. Senalus Poplusque Romanus, ol 'rhe
Senare and People of Rome, belrer known 'ro Ihe
sludenls of F.I-I.S. as lhe Lalin Club was highlighled
rhis year by many inreresling programs. Lalin
Week, observed each year, slarled April 2I. The
Iradirional Lalin banguel was observed Ihis year
during February. Membership lhis year was lhe
Iargesl in lhe hislory ol S.P.O.R. Eighly-nine sludenls
ioined making Lalin Club one of Ihe Iargesl organi-
zalions a+ F.I'I.S.
VergiI's birrhday was celebraled during lhe ad-
vanced Lalin sludenls regular class on Oclober I5.
Each sludenl wrofe our lhree queslions aboul VergiI's
life lo ask lhe orher sludenfs.
Sludenls were eliminaled when Ihey failed lo
answer a gueslion. Gail Dielrich, winner, received
several pencils as a prize. One pencil was given lo
each ol Ihe remaining sludenls as a favor.
Officers Ihis year were Charlolle Olrman, presi-
dent Anna Neimeier, vice presidenl and program
chairman: Gail Dielrich, secrelaryg Barbara Rulem-
beck, 'rreasurery and Miss Mabel Bowers, adviser.
Row I: Judy Winlers, Elizabelh Glasow, Judy Schimelplenig, Bev Gunderson, Sandra Fogel, Marcella
Wilken, Sally Koppein. Row 2: Sandra Slein, Judy Korn, Darlene Kasch, Pal Caslord, Marilyn Larnrn,
Barbara Kaufman, Dorolhy Smilh, Linda Kinlzel, Kalhy Doerr. Row 3: Jill Frilzlen, Mary Gramley,
Sharon Lamb, Cynfhia Seeley, Barb Bauch, Anna Niemeier, Mary Enslrom, Janer Hoffmann, Marvel
Borchardr, Row 4: Judy Dean, Dave Johnson, Jon I-lepner, Lee Ocker, Gary Criddle, Joel McCulloch,
Jirn Massie, Dick l'Iauger, Wanda Schull. Row 5: Torn Doyle, David Ollmann, I-larry Kenl, John
Borchers, David McNary, Sfeve Seeman, Jim Coomber, Bob Reid, Mike Lielz, John Taylor.
Row I: Darla Van Buskirk, Shaun McNeil Susie Fwy-wI, Befh
Vickery, Nan Grifiirh, Dick BCI! PaIWa1ner, Becky Rrlinder
Grehhrrn Brunka Judy Srnifho fforcrhy Fawfef. Rf N 2: Sue
Naih, Carol Lee, Sandy Sncdfzrass, Drsrafhy Barker Sandra
Hayner Peggy Heinrich. BIenda Crurrfrner Karhie Hasrings,
EIIen Hanson, Mary Lou MaHcr, Kafhy Urhiaur Lynn Osherr
OIT, Pariy Sreinesref Dar'ene Hughs. Raw 3: Kaiicpee Ma'a-
garis Luanne Swank, Barbara Price, Bonne Hager Jc EIIen
Myers, Karhie Gcrski Jeanne FuIfer, Dave Cox Dianne Owen,
Janice Mai5and, Harrie? Shipiey, Cynrhia Snyder, Sfeffenie
SmiIh, MoIIy BoIender. Row 4: Jerry Hunrer Jane Olson.
CharyI Wing, Janire Finkbf-iner, Z0 da ICir""an Jackie HED-
ner Sue Srrfhacker Judy Dean Mary Ens""'r JiII Frifzbn
Ar? Myers, Hulda Gravenzfein Dcnna Wcifr, Ekzahf-'h Gias' w
SaIIy Koppein, Row 5: CurIice Van Buskirk, Barb Bauch, Barb
Hille Par Mccarrhy, Judifh Geisernan CarI Baumann, Orvai
Fairbairn Aiyn Hess Jasper de Vida, Barbara Johnson John
Graff, Sharon Neifes, MariIyn Aurnan Kay TueII, Doug
Gugger, Berry Parker.
MASK AND WIG ACTIVITIES ARE RENEWED
Inferesred in dramafics or working on scenery?
Then Mask and Wig is for you, II is open Io everyone
who enioys work connecfed wirh any phase of drama.
Affer undergoing reorganizarion, officers were
eIecIed ar Ihe beginning of second semesier. They
are: John Graff, presidenr: Barb Bauch, vice presi-
denif Alyn Hess, secreraryx and Dave Cox, Treasurer,
wirh Miss Jeanerre LIoyd as Ihe club advisor. Thes-
pians are auIoma+icaIIy members.
Acriviries include Ialks abouf cosruming and make-
up, skirs, reading, paniomines, and many more inier-
esring dramaric skiIIs.
mask and wig
I.e+'s Iurn Ihe calendar back and find our how
Mask and Wig Iirsr began.
"A Tailor-Made Man" was Ihe beginning of Mask
and Wig. This was a pIay given in I93 I. On February
IO, Ihirfeen rnaior acfors of rhe play formed Ihis cIub,
which grew as Ihe school year progressed, under Ihe
leadership of Miss Whi+TieId.
"To s+imuIa+e and promoie an in+eIligen+ under-
sfanding and inferprefafion of Ihe besi in rhe Iieid of
drama, Ihus deriving The grearesr amounf oi pleasure
and benefit' were Ihe words urrered in fhe I93I
Polaris, as Ihe purpose of Mask and Wig.
A gIorious IiIe oi 25 years was enjoyed by Ihe ciub.
fncliding such acfiviries as wrI'ing cIays aoci-ying
make-uo, buiidirg scenery and, of course ac"rg in
ckarades. carrornines, and irncersona"ng famous
In !956 :ur chb 'ner irs oeakh, However. an ecY
sash is noi necessary, Tor ir came 'c Ire in February
I958 wich a membership of 7II
Trougr Sui' oe"'no underway Mask and Wig cf
fert good e-refence 'n ai chaies of ac'ing ar: 'E
, grea' if ai agreeI
VARSITY DEBATERS: Roger Gusloff, Ji
Graff, Todd I-lines, Orval Fairbairn.
colleagues, buT The Team was sTill
unable To place.
AT The EvansTon TournamenT, The
FreeporT Teams disTinguished Them-
selves by placing in Two diTTerenT
divisions. The junior varsiTy, com-
posed oT Marie Casiana and Kay
Bauch, aTTirmaTive, and CurTis Van-
Buslier and Barbara Bauch, nega-
Tive, placed second ouT oT The
TwenTy schools which compeTed,
while The sophomores placed Third.
During The TirsT half OT The sea-
son The proposiTion was-Resolved:
ThaT all UniTed STaTes Toreign eco-
nomic aid should be adminisTered
Through The UniTed NaTions. On
The TirsT oT The year The guesTion
was oTTicially changed.
JUNIOR VARSITY DEBATERS. Row I:
Carol Crandall, Barb Kaufmen. Row 2:
Kay Bauch, Marie Casiana, Kay Fawver,
rn WrighT, John
VARSITY CAPTURES FIRST
The greaTesT accomplishmenT oT The varsiTy debaTe
Team during The TirsT halT oT This debaTe season was
The capTuring oT TirsT place aT The Illinois Normal
DebaTe TournamenT, The l3reeporT varsiTy composed
oT Todd I-lines and Jim WrighT, aTTirmaTive, and
Roger GusloTT and John GraTT, negaTive, wiTh Orval
Fairbairn, alTernaTe, Tied wiTh WoodruTT Tor The TirsT
place. The I:reeporT Teamls superior raTings pulled
Them ahead and brolce The Tie.
LaGrange, The TirsT TournamenT oT The season,
Tound The varsiTy aTTirmaTive unable To aTTend. The
iunior varsiTy members Tools over Tor Their missing
N,F.L. Row I: CurTice Van Buslrirlr, Sandra STein, Sally Kop-
pein, Barb Bauch, Mary EnsTrom, Judy Dean, Sandy Bowen,
Nora Kay Muse, Row 2: DoroThy Fawver, Kay Bauch, Carol
Crandall, STefTenie Srnifh, Marie Ann Casiana, Karlene KeTel-
huT. Row 3: Sandra I-Iayner, Diclr Bell, Doug Gugger, Orval
Fairbairn, Roger GusloTT, Todd I-lines, John Graff, David
McNary, Doug Firebaugh, Jim WrighT, Mr. Ralph EnsTrom,
The NaTional Forensic League is an I'lonor SocieTy
Tor debaTers. Any high school sTudenT having qualie
Tied Tor The "Degree oT Iv1eriT" and ranlcing in The
upper Two-Thirds oT his class is eligible Tor meme
This year, Tor The TirsT Time in The hisTory oT our
local chapTer, Two sTudenTs were elecTed To each
oTTice. They were: Todd I-lines and John GraTT,
presidenT: Kay Bauch and Roger GusloTT, vice-
presidenT: and Marie Casiana and Orval Fairbairn,
Row I: Penny Luckado, Barb Rufenbeck, Lynn Osheroff, Nora
Kay Muse, Linda Kinfzel, Jeff Balmer, GeraId MiIIer, Row 2:
Mary Lou Law, Fran WiIsey, Carol Crandallr Doug Firebauqh,
John Graff, John Moerk, BiII Zarrrnan. Row 3: Par Mccarfhy,
Barbara Born, Joann MerIrIe, Wyra Jones, Janice MaiIand,
Dave Cox, Larry Knauff, Barry Sfallard. Sranding: Dorofhy
Fawver, Alfred Moy, David MiIIer, George Ashby.
MEMBERS WORK ON SCIENTIFIC PROJECTS
The main idea of rhe Science CIub of I957-58
was To qive groups of srudenfs who were inferesfed
in any ohase oi science a chance Io work on scien-
Iiiic proiecrs. These differenr proiecfs included such
Ihinqs as cancer EB., x-rays, and IuIcennia. Rocks,
r'nineraIs, Ieaves, a+ornic energy, pholrography, and
airpIanes were aIso incIuded. The club also had a
number of professional speeches Ihrcughour rhe year.
The Ihirryfhree members mer every orher Tues-
day wiIh Mr, John I-IuII, advisor. Officers for Ihe
year were Pau' Rogers cres7den+' David M'3'er vice-
ores'der+- and Barbara Born, secresaryffeasurer.
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y 'WJ ogglgldjajjgkle-lighT iniTiaTion for The officers, elecTed
Qvoil y aT. The final meefing. Heading The club was
neT PenTicoTf as presidenT Working wiTh her To
ri-yi 35" 5 make This year's club a success was vice-presidenf,
Iona Bush and secreTary-Treasurer, Nancy Frazier.
The Home Economics Club was sTarTed in i925 by
Lucy Nomile and Helen Jody. The club meT Twice a
monTh and had 56 members. Miss lvlaffhiesen be-
came The club advisor in l948.
The Home Economics Club noT only cooked buT
did many Things for chariTy. They planned Three
large proiecTs To compleTe during The year, The firsT
of which consisTed of making ChrisTmas cookies and
Row l: Linda l-linrichs, Sharon Yeager, Nancy Frazier, JaneT
Penficoff, Iona Busch, Karen Rudy, Malvern Snyder. Row 2:
acTiviTy was The annual moTher and daughTer ChrisT-
mas Tea. The members baked cookies represenTing
difTerenT lands and formed Them inTo a cookie Tree.
The lasT projecf is The Tradifion of The club. Each
year They buy an arficle for The Home Economics
DeparTmenT or school.
Plans Tor The year were made inTo a club calendar.
AT The Ocfober meeTing The club held a scavenger
hunT. For The February meeTing The club made scrap-
books Tor The hospiTals.
The lasT meeTing in May was a picnic where The
nexT year's officers were elecTed. The girls have had
Tun doing Things Togefher for Themselves and oThers.
All girls holding membership in The club can be sure
ThaT They were an asseT To FHS and To The communify.
Janis Frey, Sandra Loewe, Karen Plowman, Carol Falk, Fran
Wilsey, Sylvia BiTTner, Barbara Price, Gloria Sfees, Darlene
Seafed: Judy Kefelhuf, Sandra Schulfz, Audrey Besserf, Joyce
Lorenz, Karen Kenf, Beverly Moyer. Sfanding: Janice Jenner,
Judy Haighf, Janice Sfadermann, Dorofhy Diehl, Charyl Wing,
June Kneller, Eleanor Sfewarf, Carol Sorn, Sue Ellen Balmer
Myrna l-larnish, Gloria Syees, Nancy Clarlc, Sharon Siegmeier:
Nancy Ter Harlr, Joyce Nasf.
FUTURE SECRETARIES LEARN OFFICE SKILLS
Again fhis year as in fhe pasf, fhe girls in shorf-
hand and fyping classes desiring fo learn more abouf
office work ioined fhe Secrefarial Club. The club's
purpose was fo promofe an inferesf in office worlr
and mef fhe fourfh Thursday of each monfh, in fhe
Wifh fhe Ocfober meefing came inifiafion. If
consisfed of reading a scarey Halloween sfory and
passing around such fhings as peeled grapes fo infer-
pref fhe sfory. Held in fhe fyping room, refresh-
menfs of pumplcin face coolcies were served.
ln fhe spring, fhe main affracfion was visifing a
big downfown office. Upon fheir arrival fhey were
shown fhe differenf machines and how fhey were
operafed. This gave fhe girls a beffer knowledge of
whaf goes on in a large office.
To close fhe year, fhe club had a picnic af fhe
Krape Park shelfer house. A greafer maiorify of ifs
30 members showed up for fhis fhan for any ofher
meefing. Musf be fhaf fhere was food involved!
The group was under fhe direcfion of Miss Frances
Rifzinger, Joyce Lorenz, presidenf: Beffy Amans,
vice-presidenfq Rose Lenoir, freasurer: and Judy
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Fr nk D nf, Evansg Susan Auvinen.
Row I: Mr. Gene Marks, Frank I-Iadiokos, Gerald Bowden,
Jerry Vincenf, Lee Carfer, I-Iarold Thompson, Row 2: Gerald
Miller, Gale Piffsley, Ronny Clark, Ray Carfer, Ross Fagof,
Dave Daughenbaugh, George Ashby. Row 3: Gerry Spwegeer,
Dan Ter I-lark, Jack Sfaas, Leonard Fauser, Larry Knauff,
Charles Slandring, Edward Halzel' David Miller, Percy I-Iilfon,
Dave Heilen, Gary Fefier.
CLUB EXHIBITS PBOIECTS
indusfrial arfs club
Ari Club is an organizaiion of arf sludenis wifh
an A or B average. The purpose of Ihe club is Io
promole a beiier undersianding of arf in Ihe school
and Io keep up Ihe inieresr in arf by geiiing sfudenls
Iogeiher Io work creafively.
Under Ihe guidance of Iheir advisor, Mr. Freerk-
sen, Ihe club has underiaken many inleresiing
proiecis. Skefching Irips, walercolor work, and
sculpiuring are buf a few.
Originaliiy is Ihe key word of The arl club. An
example of 'rhis is a pariy which was held called "A
Sack of Junk". Each person broughr a sack of junk
and clever New Year's Eve hals were made. Wiih
"IeI+ overs" many inieresling designs and picfures
Club business meelings were held Ihe iirsf Tuesday
ol every monlh. The Ari work was done aI Ihe
homes of various members aboul' once a monlh.
Officers for Ihe year were: President Alan I'Iess:
vice-president Carol Kuichback: secreiary, Jean
Sensanbaugh: Ireasurer, Carol Dilly.
ORIGINALITY KIEYNOTIES CLUB
Under Ihe direciion of Gene Marks, The Induslrial
Aris Club meels once a monih. The purpose of Ihe
club is Io encourage Ihe inI'eresI in indusrrial arI's,
olher fhan iusl a Iwo credii' course. The club is open
Io anyone inieresied in or enrolled in induslrial arrs.
The officers of Ihe club are: Dave Miller, presi-
dent Ed I-Ialzel, vice-president Jerry Spurgeon,
secreiary. The membership numbers 75 sludenis who
On November I2, Ihe club charlered a bus and
wenf 'ro Ihe Museum of Science and Induslry. The
boys were allowed 'ro splif up and see The exhibifs
Ihai inreresied Ihem mosi.
In The spring, Ihey had an exhibil of Ihe differenf
proiecis Ihe boys had made in Ihe classes. They
also help Ihe mainfenance men make repairs around
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of boys gaThered around a large swiTchboard seemed
unusually busy. One of The boys was Talking inTo The
microphone. Looking around The room a Io+ of equip-
menT appeared To be in use. Glancing aT The clock
and The calendar, iT was 7 P.M. Tuesday evening.
This was The weekly meeTing of The Radio Club.
This year Bernard BarTholomew was TrusTee: Jack
Shoemaker, presidenT: Larry GunTherman, vice-presi-
denT: Roger Engels, secreTary-Treasurer.
ATTer The meeTing had been called To order by
The presidenT or vice-presidenT, old and new business
was discussed. Then The boys worked on Their radio
equipmenT or operaTed The radio sTaTion. The sTa-
Tion's call leTTers were K9DXG and K9Gl-TO.
The main purpose oT The club is To Teach The boys
abouT The radio equipmenT and how To use iT. Aid-
ing a Tellow "ham" geT his radio operaTing license
is also a maior proiecT.
FILMS AID INSTRUCTORS
EducaTional Tilms played an imporTanT parT in
modern educaTion. Through These Tilms F.H.S. sTu-
denTs were able To see Things Trom which They would
oTherwise be deprived. Courses were made more
inTeresTing and are more easily undersTood because
of These Tilms.
Carey Farr headed The visual aids deparTmenT
wiTh approximaTely TorTy-Tive sTudenTs, who operaTed
proiecTors, working wiTh him. These sTudenTs showed
The Tilms in Their classes and were someTimes called
Trom Their sTudy halls To do so. One half crediT a
year was received by The sTudenTs Tor showing The
required number oT Tilms.
F.l-l.S. has quiTe an adequaTe visual aids deparT-
menT. IT does noT consisT of movie proiecTors alone
as some people would Think. The deparTmenT has
Tour movie proiecTors, Tour slide and Tilm proiecTors,
six record players, Three Tape recorders, and a library
ThaT has many TilmsTrips, picTure Tolders, recordings,
Row 2: George Ashby, Jack
ieaTed: Orval Fairbairn. STanding: David STein, Ross FagoT,
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kgifgybouq Firebaugh. CenTer: Joann Merkle. RighT: George
Row l: Fred Bess, Sleve Nesbil, Greg Widmer, Marly Hill,
George Osborne, Ford Wagner, Delberl Roberfs, Earl Hick-
man, Gerald Hoof. Row 2: Roger Gusloff, Bob Cregan, Bill
CLUB SPONSORS lNlTlAllON
One of fhe lop ambilions of mosl boys in high
school is lo win a varsify "F" in some sporl and lo
join lhe Lellerman's Club.
Membership in lhe LeHerman's Club is open lo
varsily leller winners in any of fhe major sporls such
as foofball, baslcelball, baseball, and lraclc, or in any
of lhe minor sporls as swimming, golf, and lennis.
Members as well as prospeclive members are loolc-
ing forward lo a new melhod of inilialion lhis spring.
ln place of fhe old inifialion fhe Lelferman's Club
has decided lo have a dance for lhe old and new
members and lheir guesls. Along wilh fhe dance
fhere is lo be a formal inilialion.
Row l: Judy Snyder, Marie Ann Casiana, Janel Miller, Rally
Sleineslel, Belle Zweifel, Nora Kay Muse, Mary Mason Smilh,
Barb Rulenbeclc, Mona Johnson, Darla Van Buslcirlr. Row 2:
Karin Walerhouse, Gail Dielrich, Sherry Boehe, Sandy Snod-
grass, Nancy Kleihauer, Sandra Bowen, Sandra Hayner, Pal
Wagner, Kaliopee Malagaris, Kafhy Ulhlauf, Judy Woolsey,
Judy Bishop. Row 3: Sandi Welly, Gloria Slees, Karlene
Kelelhul, Mary Osborne, Curfice Van Buslrirlr, Linda Wild,
Mueller, Gary Granf, Jon Novalr, Doug Rogers, Keilh Zimmer-
man, Dennis Spielman, Dan Taelle. Row 3: Advisor Ron Nor-
man, Bob Reid, Charles Sfandering, Roger Sfearns, Advisor
GIRLS GAIN SPORTSMANSHIP
Acfivilies included bowling, swimming, soccer,
volley ball and baslcelball. Members worked hard
lo have an ice slcafing and Chrisfmas parfy, a dance,
dad's nighl, mofher-daughler banquel, and roller
slcafing parly. Money-making proiecfs included lhe
selling of lolaclc and orange Prefzel pins, foolball
programs, sponsoring a balce sale and a dance called
lhe "Baslcel Ball." Some of fhe more falenfed bowl-
ers and swimmers compeled in inlersfafe meefs.
Officers elecled lasl spring were Karen Kenl,
presidenlg Gloria Herendeen, vice presidenlg Phyllis
Meads, secrelaryg Carol Crandall, lreasurer: and
Barbara Born, publicify chairman.
Joyce Korlemeier, Mary Lou Maller, Karen Sue Bose, Kalhie
Gorslci, Janice Riclcerl. Row 4: Marcella Willcen, Phyllis
Triclrel, Mary Lou Law, Pal Casford, Linda Kinlzel, Belly
Parlrer, Janel Hoffmann, Sandra Slein, Fran Wilsey, Judy
Riclrerl, Bev Gunderson, Janice Sladermann, Row 5: Sandra
Greier, Nancy Richfman, Kay Buss, Penny Luclcado, Barbara
Born, Linda Brechlel, Barb Bauch, Mary Enslrorn, Phyllis Meads,
Carol Crandall, Judy Linder, Pal McCarlhy, Janel Besl.
CHEERLEADERS BOLSTER SPIRIT
Miss Elizabelh I-leiland slepped oul onlo lhe lloor.
You could have heard a pin drop, lhe brealhing
almosl slopped. Finally she gave lhe much wanled
news. Seniors, Bonnie Plager, Luanne Swank, Jane
Olson, Janel Penlicoll, and iuniors, Slellenie Smilh
and Karlene Kelelhul had been chosen as varsily
Aller lhis exciling day, lhe new cheerleaders gol
lo work. Lasl year's squad laughl lhe new one some
ol lhe cheers and helped lhem gel slarled. Bonnie
Plager was chosen as caplain and a lew praclice
sessions were held during vacalion. As school and
loolball lime rolled around, lhey were ready lo go.
When baskelball season came, lhe girls were seen
in new while blouses wilh orange prelzels em-
broidered on lhe collars.
This peppy hardworking leam perlecled and
changed many ol lhe cheers and pul on several
pep assemblies. Working wilh lhe band, lhey pre-
senled 2 new pep songs lo lheir enlhusiaslic backers.
JUNIOR VARSITY CHEERLEADERS: Pal Mccarlhy, Mary Hickman, Lynn Osher-
oll, Allreida Smilh, Sally Koppein, I-Iarriel Shipley.
VARSITY CHEERLEADERS: Clockwise slarling bollom -
cenler: Karlene Kelelhul, Slellenie Smilh, Bonnie Plager, Janel
Penlicoll, Jane Olson, Luanne Swank.
CHEERING PROVES REWARDING
f. v. cheerleaders
As lhe leam enlers, lhe Junior
Varsily cheerleaders work begins.
Ol course, lheir aclivilies began as
soon as lhey were chosen: learning
lhe cheers, making up new molions,
knowing when lo slarl side yells
and which cheer lo do.
All in all, lhe Junior Varsily
cheerleaders: Sally Koppein, Al-
lreida Smilh, Mary I-Iickman, Lynn
Osheroll, I-larriel Shipley, and Pal
lvlcCarlhy had a good year, and
good cheering lrom lhe crowd.
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Jerry Munz relaTes a humorous incidenf To some of The boys aT The fair.
By The Time his high school career is ended, iT is very
possible To have a Thousand dollars invesTed in live-
sToclc or crops.
lnvolved in This course aside from "work" is co-
operaTion. ln mosT cases parenTs are glad To help
and encourage The developmenT of Their son's Tarm-
ing program. CoordinaTion beTween The sTudenT and
Teacher is needed To keep an accuraTe record of The
boy's proiecTs. Records consisT oT Teeds consumed,
birThs, deaThs, expenses. and mosT imporTanT, in-
come. lT is necessary To keep good records in Ag.
The FuTure Farmers under The assisTance oT Mr.
Vernon Bolcemeier and iTs officers, have compiled a
very successful year. The December meeTing was
spenT ChrisTmas caroling several places in FreeporT
and delivering Two boxes of Tood To needy Tamilies.
ln The monTh oT February, The annual parenT'son
banqueT was held where all awards were presenTed
To ouTsTanding members.
Special awards won by The chapTer were in public
speaking, parliamenTary procedure, and dairy fudg-
ing. ln The pasT year The FreeporT ChapTer has had
Two secTion officers. SecTion oTTicers are chosen
Trom TwenTy schools in This area. Ralph Buselcros, a
former F.H.S. sTudenT and Douglas Firebaugh, senior,
received The American Farmer and STaTe Farmer
ln AugusT, The FuTure Farmers enjoyed exhibiTing
Their proiecTs aT The STephenson CounTy Fair.
TwenTy-six members enTered proiecTs in The Sec-
Tional F.F.A. show held aT FreeporT in l957. EnTries
were made in dairy, sheep, beef. swine, and poulTry
Jim ,Koeller and Jim Smull prove ThaT Tossing Doug Firebaugh and Dave DeTwiler display Their blue-ribbon sheep ouTside
hav 'S no GBSY wb. of The FFA baafh.
Row I: Julia KeaTon, Sandy STolTz, GreTchen Brunka, Karen
Book, CharloTTe OlTmann, Mary Mease. Linda BrobsT. Row 2:
Judy Haight Doris Moss, Judy Clark, Marcella Wilken, Karen
Jones, Eleanor Canfield, Barbara Jenner, ArdeTh STebbins,
Sandra Greier, Becky Rolinger. Row 2: Diane Ryckman,
T Ni There is more To a nursing career Than soofhing
vered brows learned The FuTure Nurses oT America
in The '57-58 school year.
To sTarT The season oTT, The girls were enTerTained
aT a picnic given by The freshman class of The
Deaconess HospiTal School of Nursing aT The Read
Park shelTer house.
Included in The November meeTing was a Tour of
,fy The laboraTory aT Deaconess HospiTal. KeiTh Clark,
fy Tl5boraTory Technician. showed The club how a para-
N phine mold was made. ConTenTs of an appendix and
,,, specimens oT a cancerous lung and sTomach were
gi F oTher sighTs. The members inspecTed The blood bank
ing The donaTion OT blood.
Packages conTaining cookies and candy and
AN-and received an explanaTion oT The TacTors concern-
decoraTed in brighT holiday wrappings were made
Xgqlj by The girls in December. These were delivered To
HarrieT Shipley, BeTTy Parker, Mary Lou Law, Midge Meyers,
Sharon Busker, Sue Ellen Baker, PaT Anderson, Shirley Baum,
Dolores Moss. Row4: Sandra SchulTz, Margery Hannah, Mary
Kay Thompson, MargareT Borger, Barbara Johnson, Marilyn
Beidler, Phyllis Meads, JaneT Borger, Sandra Kubahke, Joyce
FUTURE NURSES TOUR HOSPITAL, ALSO HELP OTHERS
ln February, a nurse who had specialized in anes-
Thesia, explained The possibiliTies oT a career in This
Tield. March Tound The club Touring operaTing rooms
and learning The procedures which are used To pre-
pare a paTienT Tor surgery. AnoTher branch oT
medicine, called psychiaTric nursing, was discussed
During a candle lighT ceremony, members of The
club received pins aT The May gaThering. A girl musT
have been presenT aT 75 per cenT oT The meeTings
To qualify Tor a pin.
PresidenT during The '57-58 school year was Rose-
mary Rhynders of Aquin. Brenda Sarles and JaneT
Borger Trom FreeporT High were vice-presidenT and
secreTary-Treasurer respecTively. Miss Mae Boswell,
school nurse, was The club's advisor.
This was The TourTh year ThaT The FreeporT Medical
Auxiliary has sponsored The club. Any girl from
- The paTienTs aT The hospiTals of PreeporT. FreeporT or Aquin High is eligible Tor membership.
Swimming headed The agenda aT The January ForTy-eighT girls were members of The group This
if meeTing when The club ga splash parTy aT The year. The purpose oT The organizaTion is To give
y FFGGPOFT JUNTOSHTQQ SCHO POTPL 6uesTs Were The girls an opporTuniTy To decide wheTher or noT nursing
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PHILOS VISIT CHICAGO
Philos, shorf for Philomacean which means "lover
of learning" is fhe honorary English Sociefy af Free-
porf High. A requiremenf for membership in fhis
worfhy organizafion is a B+ average in English. The
club, composed enfirely of seniors, wifh Miss Dagmar
Hansen as fhe advisor, sfrives fo enrich fhe knowl-
edge of good Iiferafure.
The firsf meefing Sepfember I9, was fhe scene of
elecfion of officers who were as follows: presidenf,
Roberf Johansen, vice presidenf, Charloffe OI+-
mann: and secrefary-freasurer, Audry Besserf.
Miss Mary Johnsfon-, a former professor af Mac
Murry College, was fheenferfaining speaker al fhe
December IO meefing which was fhe annual Chrisf-
mas banquef of fhe club.
A frip fo fhe play "My Fair Lady" in Chicago was
planned for January. A+ previous meefings books
from fhe library were reviewed.
Anofher annual evenf of fhe year is fhe inifiafing
picnic in fhe spring. The old, oufgoing members
fhen inifiafe all ofjfhe eligible iuniors.
Rzw l: Serie Carnanan Ladfe Bernelf,
Ja"i:e Maiand E en Harscrf C'a':"e
O""a"n and Audrey Besseri Rcw 2:
Mary Ewa? Carol ri Cramer Ellen Rcfd
Marilyn Millard Karen Kenf, Diane Owen
Lcarr-9 Swank, and Rosemarie Sclefffl.
Row 3: Jane Olsen, Bev Mover S'a':'1
Neff es, David Miler, Bob Johanszn Ker'
King Bill Za'rrnan Margery Hannah and
Miss Dagvwar Hanson, advisor, RCN 4:
Doug Eirebaugh, Bob Cregan, Todd Hres,
John Moerk. Bob Reid, Arlen Sfubbe, Alyn
Hess, Orval Eairbairn.
REID HEADS IOURNALISTS
quill and scroll
The Nafional Honor Sociefy for oufsfanding
sfudenf iournalisfs, Quill and Scroll, which sfarfed
in Freeporf High School in I95O, requires an appli-
canf fo pass four fesfs before becoming eligible for
membership: he musf be a+ Ieasf of junior sfanding
and in fhe upper fhird of his class, he musf have done
superior work in some phase of iournalisfic or Iiferary
endeavor, he musf be recommended by fhe advisor,
Miss Charmley, and approved by fhe execufive
Each year in The spring an annual banquef includ-
ing candle Iighf services is held for all members and
journalism sfudenfs. Al fhis fime officers are elecfed
and new members who are inifiafed receive fheir
Quill and Scroll pins.
This year's officers were: Bob Reid, co-edifor of
The Prefz News, presidenfy Marilyn Millard, also co-
edifor of The Prefz News, vice presidenf: Sharon
Neffles, assisfanl edifor of The Prefz News, secre-
fary-freasurer: and Ladine Benneff, co-edifor of fhe
The very insTanT you sTepped inTo The school build-
ing you could sense The urgency in The air even
above The usual uproar. Progressing TurTh'er, if you
desired, To The second Tloor you could see The source
oT all The TumulT and busTle in room I I5. WhaT secreT
conspiracy, whaT disTurbing evenT was Taking place?
To The informed observer, all was as iT should be.
The day of reckoning was noT aT hand, The Prefz
News was merely being disTribuTed. T-lere, in room
I l5, presided a biT ou' The dash and exciTemenT oT a
rneTropoliTan newspaper agency.
PAPER COVERS CAMPUS NEWS
Headed by co-ediTors Bob Reid and Marilyn Mil-
lard, The sTaTT oT The Prefz News furnished The
sTudenTs oT Fl-l.S. wi+h coverage oT The news as well
as many oTher inTormaTive and enlighTening iTems of
Whenever one oT The ineviTable problems oT The
TascinaTing business oT prinTing a newspaper arose,
The eleven seniors on The ediTorial sTaTT were able To
consulT Miss Beulah Charmley, PublicaTions Advisor,
Tor The correcT inTorrnaTion.
Charles Evans and Willard Rubendall, Business
'58 POLARIS ARRIVESQ PRIDE 0F STAFF
"Pick up The galleysl"
WhaT's This? JusT The l958 Polaris sTaTT on The
job! Deadlines, guTTers, heads, and dummies all be-
came parT oT Their daily lives.
Planning Tor Polaris acTually sTarTed lasT year be-
Tore school was ouT when The Theme and colors were
picked. During The summer, Ladine Benne'TT and Ken
Kling, co-ediTors, worked making a miniaTure dummy
including The exacT plans Tor every page. ATTer
being approved by Miss Beulah Charmley, TaculTy
adviser, iT was made inTo a dummy The acTual size
OT The book. From This The sTaTT carried ouT iTs
plans ThroughouT The year.
Then, wiTh The help of The prinTer, The sTaTT chose
The Type They ThoughT would be mosT suiTable. Learn-
ing how To size and crop picTures, and deciding The
besT way Tor The book To be laid ouT were The nexT
problems To be solved.
Ken Kling had an idea Tor The cover: since iT was
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Polaris sTaTT Tor l958 were: SeaTed: Genie Carnahan, Luanne Swank, Jerry Engels, and Bonnie Plager.
SeaTed: Ron Nevenhoven and Mary Den
agreeable To everyone, Alyn Hess, The arTisT, wenT
To work. Many hours oi designing and revising Tol-
lowed unTil iT was approved by all.
Meanwhile, The sTaTT and The journalism class were
wriTing copy and doing The legwork Tor The book.
NexT iT had To be inTegraTed wiTh The picTures.
Classes, clubs, acTiviTies, and sporTs are The Tour
main parTs oi The yearbook. Division ediTors were
FaculTy, Cheryl l'lorsTmeier3 Seniors, Luanne Swank:
oTher classes. Jerry Engle. EdiTors of The oTher sec-
Tions were Clubs, Mary Dennis: AcTiviTies, Genie
Carnahan: SporTs, Ron Nevenhoveng and carToonisTs.
Alyn l-less, Bonnie Plager, and Linda l-lenrichs.
Much hard work and Toil wenT inTo making The
yearbook. Problems arose ThaT had To be solved,
and deadlines had To be meT. They can also have
saTisTacTion in The good job They have done in
producing Polaris '58.
Looking over The '58 Polaris are co-ediTors
Ken Kling and Ladine BenneTT.
Row I: Bi'l Zarrman, concerTmas?er3 DoroThy Barker, Bob
Kaderauch, Miriam MiTchell, Joanne SmiTh, Arlon Sfubbe,
Elizabelh Ward, Louann Shelley. Row 2: PaT Hildebrandf,
Liz Glasow, Kay Bauch, Jann BiTTner, Sharon NeTTle Linda
Eichrneier, Par STeinesTel, Sharon Buslcer, David Oilmann
Sandy Grier. Row 3: CharloTTe Olfmann, Janice MeTcalT
Adrian Pxndree, AgaTha McKenzie, Carol Noeslre, Mary Os
borne, CynThia Seeley, Ladine BenneTT, Genie Carnahan
Marilyn Millard, Karen KinTzel, FaiTh I-laTiimanolis, Earl Sager
FREEPORT PLAYS HOST FOR TRI-DOUBLE-I
As The FreeporT High School OrchesTra brings
The I957-58 season To a close, we can all look back
and almosT visualize whaT They have accomplished in
The pasT year.
Did you ever sTop To Think how long FHS has
acTually had an orchesTra? Many don'T realize ThaT
Mr. ErnesT Seeman, presenT conducTor, has only
been wiTh The orchesTra since I94O.
Before ThaT, Mr. Karl KubiTz was direcTor oT boTh
band and orchesTra. Mr. Seeman came To FreeporT
in l94O as The assisTanT conducTor oT The sTring
December I5 was The annual ChrisTmas ConcerT
held in The Jr. High AudiTorium, in which all choral
deparTmenTs and The orchesTra Took parT. The song
"Toy Train" was very amusing, due To The sound
eTTecTs ThaT imiTaTed a Train. A combined group of
ZOO voices and The orchesTra ended The concerT
wiTh The "Hallelujah Chorus"-under The direcTion
of Miss DoroThy Nelson.
Mr. Seeman discusses wivh Ccncerfrnasfer Wi ie
Zadmar 'he poesibiliw ci using an cverfwe io The
ne T c n rT
Lyle Kaiser, Row 4: Joanne Shel ey Bcb Moore, Joanne Green Kubafylie SUSIQ STeT'T'en. Sfanding: Ken Kl n Andy Wa asf
Marvin Janssen, Denny leleffnrfr Jerry RehT'eldT Karen ose, Gagrqg A5hOy Linda Sunday Shaun Yeace KaThy lf
Ju ia Klosa, Kay luelf Jusfin Sfrocli Eric Woerle CllG"l6S Sandy Kaiser Mr,ErnesTSeer'1ar1,Condu:To Gary DieTmeier
STrandring, Wendell GarnharT, Wayne Fawver. Row 5: .laneT John Woodhouse, John Fu lcerson,
Walfcn ,lim Coornber Larry Brubalrer John Moerlr Sandy
Programs ThroughouT The year were given Tor The
Junior High. sTudenTs as well as Tor The high school.
Cn December 20, The orchesTra gave a ChrisTmas
assembly in which The high school sTudenTs sang
carols and also enjoyed hearing The orchesTra play
oTher ChrisTmas numbers.
AT The beginning of l958, soloisTs and ensembles
were Tound geTTing Their songs ready Tor The disTricT
conTesT aT Lanark and Then To compeTe Tor sTaTe
Tinals aT Peoria.
SecTion leaders consisTing oT Bill ZarTman, Char-
loTTe OlTmann, Arlon STubbe, Luanne Shelley, Kenny
Kling, and Sandra KubaTzl4e made up an ensemble
ThaT played Tor various organizaTions. Among These
were The RoTary Club, W.F.R.L. and church groups.
"WinTer Wonderland" was The Theme chosen by
The masical direcTcrs Tor The VarieTy Show held
February 2l and 22. 'lh7s was The TirsT Time ThaT
such a show had been Tried Tor a money-raising
:iroie-cT. The sTudenT body as a whole disolayed
Their Tale'wTs in various acTs wnch were al' cenfered
around The Theme.
Srce Freecom was The ho? :cr Tri-Doublefl, The
Crcherra oerscrre Norlced ver, 'arc A' :reid 'no
Ther music. Lei real., do c-r beer was the
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mernocrs mc cf, ay g cr - r, gay a fl com-
mehcemen' made " a Winder: ,Cari era :ir The
Row I: Jerry Rehfeldlh Dennis T-lelT'ner, Sharon Yeager, Sharon
NeTTles, Linda Eichrneier, Peggy Heinrich. Row 2: Adrian
Andre, Marvin Jansen, Joan Green, Jeannine Held, Eleanor
Canheld, Karen Bose, Julie Klosa, Kay Tuell, JusTin STroclr,
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Eric Woehrle, Jane Laible, CynThia Seeley, Ladine BenneTT,
Eugenia Carnahan. Row 3: Dianne Ryclmman, Nancy GriTT'iTh,
Barbara T-lille, John Woodhouse, Susan NaTh, Joy Mordiclr,
Wanda S-chulT, David OlTrnann, John Taylor, Malcolm Mifchell,
BAND PEREORMS AT GAMES AND ASSEMBLIES
From The band Tower oT old FHS, be-bop, iazz,
swing music, popular Tunes, marches, and classical
music were heard by "Kool Karl's Kampus KaTs."
STarTing ouT in The Tall, The band members bundled
up in Their warmesT cloThing and pracTiced inTricaTe
maneuvers and paTTerns which They presenTed during
The halT-Time oT varsiTy TooTball games. This year our
Karl KubiTz direcTs band manager Gary DieTmeier
in The process of puTTing The Tympani away.
band pulled Through Three shows: "When Grand
dad Was a Lad" and Two Droodle shows. When noT
on The Tield, They were playing on The bandsTand.
BeTore The band members goT a chance To Thaw
ouT Trom The TooTball games, They were suTTering
Trom heaT sTrolces aT The baslceTball games. STrains
oT Big EighT loyalTy songs and popular music TloaTed
down Trom The bandsTand. Our El-TS band played aT
every game ThaT Tell on a school nighT.
While all This was going on, The organizaTion man-
aged To malce room Tor The bands I957 Tag day
which was Their main money-making projecT. This
year They collecTed 575615 Tor Their numerous
acTiviTies. The PreTzel Band gave a shorT concerT on
The courThouse lawn. LaTer on in The year The Band
and OrchesTra also sponsored a candy sale Trorn
which S960 was made. The maioriTy oT This money
was puT Toward new band uniTorms which you will
see your band sporTing around This coming year.
On December I8 The band presenTed an all school
ChrisTrnas ConcerT. "TrumpeTs Wild" wiTh a Trio oT
Mike Yeager, Dave Cox, Gary Wilson, Joyce Korfemeier
Dee Doflick, Pa? Libby, Barbara Merfins, Marilyn Millard
Row 4: Charles Sfandering, Sfeve Seeman, Wayne Fawver
Wendell Garnharf, Torn Doyle, Kirk Diefmeier, Tom Gelwicks
Wayne Fawver, Tom Gelwichs and Sfeve Seeman
sfole fhe show. The program closed wifh "A Chrisf-
The conclusion of fhe baskefball season broughf
fhe solo and ensemble confesf in which several band
members parficipafed. The Disfricf Music Confesf
was on March I. Those who received a superior rafing
wenf on fo parficipafe in fhe Sfafe Confesf, April
I8 and I9.
On March 28, fhe Forfy-sixfh Annual Band Concerf
was presenfed af fhe Junior High Audiforium under
fhe able direcfion of Karl Kubifz.
Freeporf was hosf fo fhe annual Tri-Double-I music
fesfival for fhe musicians from Clinfon and Dubuque.
l-lugh McMillen of fhe Universify of Colorado was
fhe Direcfor of Bands.
The nexf move for our Prelzel Band was fo march
in fhe Memorial Day Parade.
Every school day sixfh hour you heard FHS bands
bl members perfecfing music. Band officers were:
Drumfmaior Ken Klingt Sfudenf leader, Marilyn Mil-
lard? Sfuderf manager, Gary Diefrneier and Welfare
chairman, Ladine Benneff.
FHS is iusfly nofed for fhe excellency of ifs band.
Much of fhis credir goes fo Karl l-l. Kubifz, who has
devofed 33 years of his very capable falenf fo our
Janef Walfon, Don Lee, Jim Coomber, Larry Brubaker, John
Moerk, Susie Sfeffen, John Borchers. Sfandingz Mr. Karl
Kubifz ldirecforl, Andy Wacaser, John Fulkerson, Bill Zarf-
man, Gary Diefmeier.
Row I: Miss Dorofhy Nelson, direcfor: Janice Ascher, Belfy
Mayes, Grefchen Brunlra, Ellen Hanson, Kaliopee Malagaris,
Dianne Owen, Brenda Sarles, Janice Siaderman, Donna Kay
Wolfe, Joyce Spielman, Nonie Klosa, Malvern Snyder, Blenda
Colleen Downey, Janice Jenner, and accompanisf Ladine Ben-
neH'. Row 2: Joanne Dashn Luanne Swank, Ardifh Sfebbins,
Carl Bauman, Fred Bess, Howie Keisier, Wendell Garnharf,
John Woodhouse, George Osborne, Jim Wrighl, Dave Cox,
Crummer, Nancy Clark, Connie Sfabenow, Karen Kinfzel, Eugene io , ell, Judy Cla lc, M v Mease, Ellen Rood, S lly
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pause fo smile for 'rhe "birdie"
+he second floor siudenlsl, as lhe golden-ihroafed
A Cappella Choir rehearsed under lhe capable
direclion of Miss Dorolhy Nelson.
Again 'rhis year, lhe choir se+ 'rhe Chrislmas spiril'
aglow wilh one of ihe annual conceris presenled lo
'rhe sludenfs and faculfy of Freepori High School.
During lhe pageant lhe whole audiiorium seemed
lo calch fhe lrue meaning of Chrislmas. The high-
lighl of fhe program was fhe combined choirs and
'rhe orcheslra under +he.direc+ion of Miss Nelson
singing 'rhe beaulilul "Hallelujah Chorus" from Han-
del's The Messiah.
Tri-Double-l was held in Freeporl lhis year. Aside
from pracficing for +he usual concerls and assem-
blies, lhe choraliers decided fo do somelhing enlirely
cliflerenl fhan has ever been done before in The
Cheesernan, and Karen Book. Row 3: Marilyn Holland, PeqQY d h
Heinrich, Cynihia Snyder, Belly Parker, Larry Phillips, Doug M Y as Slqoqe
Firebaugh, Jim Nelson, Roger Gusloff, Greg Widmer, Chuck e M d Wl
Dyslin, Greg Rogers, Jack Sfephenson, Sharon Busker, Rose- R P 'l ll M Y d L C fe
marie Lenoir, Joann Wesson. Phyllis Trickel, Sharon Richman, Cl P Al e M
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Wirh Miss Nelson and Mr. Seeman achng as co-
direclors, Miss Nelson in charge of The ads, and ,Q
Mr. Seeman heading fhe accompanying deparlrnenr,
'rhis ambilious group pu? on a 'ralenr show on Febru-
ary 22 and 23. Talenfed sludenrs orher lhan mem-
bers of The choir also look parl in 'the presenlafion.
Soon affer lhe falenl' show ended, The choir worked
doubly hard in preparing music for Tri-Double-l.
This year, conlrary To ofher years, +he A Cappella
Choir consisls of only iuniors and seniors. The prac-
fice hour was also changed from sixlh period 'ro
Afler a busy season, 'rhe choir began fo rehearse
for i'rs lasf appearance as fhe same group logerher
al Baccalaureaie services. The seniors were some-
whal sad when They realized +hey'd never sing
logerher again, and 'rhe juniors were looking forward
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Row I: Lillie HilTon, VioleT Hall, Shir'ey Johnson, Judy
Lebrechf, Judie Allen, BeTh Vickery, Jacgualine Hughes, PaT
Wagner, Karen Sfaas, JaneT Miller, Row 2: Marlys Ascher,
Jeannine Evans, Sharon AlberTus, Nancy Kleihauer, PaT Hilde-
brandt Molly Bolender, ColeTTe Sullivan, Darlene Hughs,
Audrey Shipp, Row 3: Theresa STuarT, STephanie KuTz, Linda
Sunday, Carolyn Cramer, Mary Jones, Iona Busch, Nellie
Shipp, KaThy UThlauT, Sherry Boeke, Linda Jones. Row 4:
Judy Hannah, Sandra Fogel, Bev Gunderson, Karen Wilhelms,
Voices blended TogeTher in beauTiTul harmony was
symbolic oT The Girls' Glee Club, and a Thrill was
always in sTore Tor us while waTching Them perTorm.
Members oT The Girls' Glee Club were selecTed
by TryouTs, and a good voice was necessary.
Under The direcTion oT Miss DoroThy Nelson, The
acTiviTies included such Things as parTicipaTing in The
Spring FesTival and The ChrisTmas ConcerT. ln
February They helped puT on The varieTy show,
"SweeT sounds, oh, beauTiTul music, do noT cease!!
sums up our Teelings of The Girls' Glee Club.
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Jill FriTzlen, Darlene Kasch, Nancy Frazier, Shirley Baurn,
Frankie Rurnan, Row 5: Diana Moss, Linda KinT1el. Diane
SouThard, Marcia O'Donald, Zelda Kinman, Judy Linder,
Carole Sue Nelson, Becky Richman, Karen Anderson, Jackie
Hepner. Row 6: Nancy RichTrnan, Sandra SchulTz, Mary Gram-
ley, Norma SmiaThers, Phyllis Meads, Linda BrechTel, Manerva
McDonald, Essie PaTTerson, Marilyn Beidler, Jean Morey,
GLEE CLUBS APPEAR PUBLICLY
girls', boys' glee clubs
This year, Tor The TirsT Time, The halls oT P.H.S.
echoed wiTh The enThusiasTic voices oT The Boys' Glee
Club. This group was made up oT abouT 30 Tellows
who meT everyday iusT Tor The enioymenT oT singing
TogeTher in unison or Two parT harmony.
Under The direcTion oT MilTon ScholTen, The club
elecTed as oTTicers This year: presidenT, Earl Hickf
man: vice president Dean Wilson: and Treasurer,
Aided by accompanist Janice Jenner, The TirsT
year passed smooThly and swiTTly in harmony
Row T: Charles Murphy, Paul
Waggoner, Gary ThursTon, Roger
Kuhlemeier, STeve Krehl, Dick
SmiTh, Earl Hickman, Gene Good'
sell, Billy Loring. Row 2: Ray
Kemp, Ray CarTer, Bill Mercier,
Larry HuTr'nacher, Russell Taylor,
Gary Criddle, Jerry Corrnan John
Pearson, Larry Schrader. Larry Eva
ans, Harold Johnsen, Terry Kerlin.
Row 3: Phil Pearson, Don Julius
Gary STearns, Dean Wilscn. John
Klinger Gerald RunTe, Wayne Gus-
loff, RoberT Heilman, Ken Reid,
Dennis PraTT, Paul Hubbard, Harry
KenT, Jerry STocks, Carl Baurnann
David Deiwiier, Bill Selke. SeaTed:
Janice Jenr-er Mr. Schchen.
Girls' SexTeT: I. To r.: Hazel Green, Rose Lenoir, Kaliopee Malagaris, Sharon BOYS' QU5"lelI93 lb I9 V- JSVVY Enslff
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HARMONY, FRIENDSHIP GUIDE VARIOUS GROUPS THROUGH YEAR
PracTice, pracTice, and more pracTice. This word
can besT describe The acTiviTy oT The girls' sexTeT This
year. The group consisTed OT I-lazel Green and
Kaliopee Ivlalargaris, TirsT Sopranos: Rose LeNoir and
Ellen I-lansen, second sopranos7 and Sharon Kunlcle
and Nancy Clarlc, alTos. These six ambiTious girls
were all members OT The A Cappella Choir and were
direcTed by Miss DoroThy Nelson. They enTered The
DisTricT Music ConTesT aT Lanarlc and came home
wiTh a blue ribbon. Also included in Their schedule
was The DisTricT P.T.A. TvleeTing, which was held
AnoTher group ThaT loved To sing is The boysi
guarTeT, This group oT Tellows included Jerry Engle.
bass? Wendell GarnharT, bariTone7 Jim Koeller, TirsT
Tenor: and Dave Cox, second Tenor. Mr. lv1ilTon
ScholTen direcTed The guarTeT during Their pracTice
mixed chorus, ensembles
sessions, and They were accompanied by Janice
Jenner. All Tour oT These guys were Trom The A Cap-
pella Choir also. They have sung Tor The DisTricT
P.T.A. TvIeeTing and have enTered The DisTricT Con-
TesT aT Lanarlc, coming home wiTh a superior raTing.
The singing oT This group has been rewarding Tor The
eTTorT ThaT each oT The Tour Tellows has puT inTo The
malcing and success oT This quarTeT.
IT you are a person who is noT especially TalenTed
in music, yeT you'd lilce To learn more abouT iT, you
are gualiTied To loin The mixed chorus. This singing
group also helps prepare you Tor singing in mcre
advanced groups such as The Glee Club or The
A Cappella Choir. The mixed chorus was under The
direcTion oT Mr. ScholTen also, and is accompanied
by Janice Jenner.
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ihere and be a leader.
Playing hosl To l-lall Township of Spring Valley,
The Freeporlr Preizels opened 'Their l957 gridiron
season wilh a I3-I2 loss To lrhe Red Devils gridders
on Seplrember I3. The slim margin of an exlra poinl
decided The ouicome, Bill Eambro scored bolh
On Sepfember 20, The leam Traveled To Dixon
and suiiered a 7-O deieal al lhe hands oi The Dulces,
The sirong deiense ol The Dixon Team made The big
difference as They held Freeporl lo 64 yards gained.
The Eollowing weelc The Prelzels came back wilh
a 26-6 win over Joliel in ihe Preizel bowl. Sopho-
more baclcs Dean Wilson and Gary Slearns paced
The aliaclc wilh Wilson geliing Two TDs and Slearns
one. Bill Mueller also scored a Touchdown and an
exlra poinl, and Jim Nelson converied an exlra poinl.
Cn Qciober 4, The Freeporl squad Traveled To
Elgin and The Maroons ran rough shod over The ilu-
ridden Prelrzels, 38-6. Gary Slearns scored Ereeporhs
A weelc laier, The Prelzels mei Wesl Aurora al The
Prelzel bowl in Their homecoming game. Inspired
by This Tacl, The Team almosr succeeded in upselling
The l-lawlcs, bul dropped a close one. I2-6. Ailer
Qdnq NATE'S CHARGES BETTER THAN 2-6-T RECORD SHOWS
The l957 varsily 'ioolball Team were Row l: Mille Laiayeffe Norman and Fred Prair. Row 3: Earl Hickman Fred Wi 'iams
Biil Farnbro. Dennis Spielman. Caol Jim Nelson. Fred Bess Dave Daughenbaurilr- Eer, l-lodson. G,-req Rrgers Bili Gage
Wendy Cox, George l-liyeley, Bill Mue ler, Percy l-li'l:n Howie Rrfizevefr Mazigue Jim Pinncw Barry Slallard l-larry Jonnson
Keis'er Trrfi Johrcrn lmanagerl and Jerry Hoc? lrnanagerl. Nirrn Snoley and l-larlx Perdue. Row 4: Dean Wi srn, Ernie
RCN 2: l-lead Crach New Jirnsrr Gary S'earr's Mfnrce N-rderrran Jrei Euler, Rrger Meyers Kei" Zfmrnerrran Jon
Johrstn Dan N'c'os RusseilTaylir Gaf' Pirrseiy Jaclc James. Nnaif Ren Nefenhfen Reg Snauer Norm Neuges Rig
Doug Rciers Dan Johnson, Al Moy Assisfani Ciaches Ron Qu 'Ti Harry Kerf and Rig Sfearrz.
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Oclober 25 was iusl nor Freeporfs nighl as The
learn could only gain 41 yards compared lo LaSalle-
Peru's IBO in a I4-D loss 'ro The Cavaliers.
The following week lhe Pre+zels came back againsf
Wesl Rockford wirh a 2548 viclory. A lale rally
again produced 'rhe win. Bill Mueller scored Two
6 poinlers and Harry Ken? and Fred Bess each scored
one. Bess also added an exlra poinl.
Winding up Their season on November 8 in a
rousing fashion, The Prelz almosl upsel Easl Aurora,
evenlual Big 8 champs. The Tomcals scored The
winning rouchdown in The lasl minule of The game
as lhey recorded a 2I-I4 win. George l-liveley
scored a Touchdown and a poim' afrer, and Jerry
Rehfeldl scored a TD wilh Wendy Cox adding The
A+ 'rhe end of +he season, Coach Nare Johnson
awarded le+l'ers lo seniors Bill Mueller, Fred Bess.
Wendy Cox, Ford Wagner, Roger Gusloff, l-lowie
Kiesler, Capl. Jim Nelson, George l-liveley, Jon
Novak, Doug Rogers, Dennis Spielman, Ron Neven-
hoven, Kie+h Zimmerman, Earl Hickman and Bill
Fambro Juniors receiving lellers were Jerry Reh
Teldl Mike LaTaye++e Fred Williams Norm Neuges
Joel Edler Percy l-lillon Jack James and Roger
Two iopcnenls close in in Mike Lalayefw
ai he culs around fl-9 and
Schauer. Sophomores who received varsily lellers
were Dean Wilson, Gary Slearns and l-larry Kenr.
Tom Johnson and Gerald Hool were awarded
George l-liveley, end on 'rhe Prelzel squad, was
named +o 'rhe All Big-Eighf leam a+ +he end of 'rhe
season and was named mosl valuable by his leam
mares Jerry Rehfeldl was named capraun elecl by
o hep an undenlfed P +2
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The PreTzel Junior VarsiTy TooTball squad ended
The season wiTh a 2 and I record, winning Trom
Belvidere and Rochelle and losing To Janesville.
On SepTember 23, FreeporT was hosT To Rochelle,
sTomping Them 3I To O. Gary STS-arns, l-larry KenT,
Harry Johnson and Norm Neuges scored -TD's Tor
The PreTzels and l-larry Johnson goT The only exTra
poinT. Gary STearns scored Two oT The Tive 'TD's.
On SepTember 3I, The gridmen Traveled To Janes-
ville To be deTeaTed I3 To O. Even Though They
played hard They Couldn'T seem To break Through
The Janesville deTense.
FreeporT was hosT To Belvidere on OcTober 7,
winning easily, l I To O. Gary STearns, The Freepori'
Tullbaclc, scored The only Touchdown oT The game in
The second quarTer, and Dean Wilson added The
CenTer Joel Edler was The defensive sTar oT The
game scoring Two saTeTies, one in The Third quarTer
and one in The TourTh quarTer. Joel broke Through
The Belvidere deTense dropping The passer behind
The goal line Tor boTh saTeTies.
AT The end of The season leTTers were awarded To
RoosevelT Mazique, Monroe Johnson, Dan Nichols,
l-larry Johnson, Jim Pinnow, Greg Rogers, Barry
STallard, l-Tanlc Perdue, Norm Nueges, Norm Ship-
ley, Ernie Niederman, Al Moy and Dave Daughen-
Head coach Nafe
Johnson and assisTanT
coaches Fred PraTT and Ron Norman
check The I. v. rosTer Tor nexf year's pros-
pecTive varsiTy eleven,
lV'S BATTLE AREA TEAMS: PREPARE EOR VARSITY
The I957 Fl-lb sophomore rea-ii consisieo or i, to r. row I:
Bruce Schmidf, Vernon Mercier, Dick Dorman, John Meyers,
Mike Anderson, Jim Klouser, Larry Casford, Darryl Dornick,
Bruce Sfrohacker, Dane Rogers, Jack Sfocks, and mgr. Dave
Sfein. Row 2: Ray Kemp, Mike Cook, Gary Kirkpafrick, Jerry
Sfocks, Dave Johnson, Dan Brooks, Charges Aggersfrand, Jerry
Kiefer, Paul Waggoner, Doug Hansen, Mike Kaney, John
Fulkerson, Willie Keys, and mgr. Howard Hodson. Row 3:
Coach Gene Marks, Bill Allen, Ken Kasch, Gary Wagner, Sam
Herron, Ken Reid, Carson Grinnell, Gary Criddle, Paul Conder,
Paf Butler, Fred Johnson, Joe Brown, John Klinger, Jim Place.
and Coach Farrell Benefiel.
UNDERCLASSMEN HAVE TROUBLE ADJUSTING T0 BIG 8
The Freeporf High sophomore feam experienced
ugh going fhis season as fhey losl all of fheir Big
ighf conference games, and finished in lasf place.
heir overall record for fhe '57 season was fwo wins
nd seven defeafs.
The Prefzeleffes sfarfed fhe season by walloping
all Township High School of Sping Valley, I8-O.
coring fouchdowns were leff halfback Willie Keys,
ghr halfback Daryl Dornink, and fullback Jerry
iefer. Jim Place called a good game af guarferback
nd also ran well. ln fhe fourfh quarfer Coach Gene
arks flooded fhe field wifh subsfifufes, and neifher
am fhreafened seriously. During fhe course of fhe
ame 35 players were used.
Coach Marks Prefzeleffes confinued fheir winning
ays by edging Dixon I2-6. Touchdowns were scored
y Jerry Kiefer and Daryl Dornink. Dixon almosf
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fall: over a few plays during
scored during fhe firsf guarfer of fhe game, buf
Willie Keys caughf fhe Dixon runner on fhe 8 yard
line. The vicfory gave Freeporl a 2-O record on fhe
Then frouble began. The sophs losf Their firsf
conference game of fhe season being edged by
Jolief 7-6. Enfering The fourrh guarfer, Jolief held
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The Elgin Ponies romped To a 39-I9 yicTory, Bruce J i , I-'v
STrohacker led l3reeporT's scoring by caTching Two f7.,lff-flykj ' h Xf'7L IL f-LOLQ ig... 1
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exTra poinT. AT halTTime PreeporT held a I3-7 lead, I f 4
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sTarTing backTield due To iniuries, FreeporT's PreTzel7 Gael' 5 T
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sTraighT loss in The Big 8. Ron Harmon oT The lncas KAL A C Liylflylqc ii' Gif-Kirkpafrick T J 'fi '
scored Three Touchdowns To lead L-P To a 20-6 'P If AL 07? V, Z C4 CCGI-'afd I
conguesT over The PreTzeleTTes. Jerry KieTer ac- ' 4 I, QT 3 Jgilgf, jf ?l, . E
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Coach Gene Marks' PreTzeleTTes losT Their sixTh fi -ff'2,,K54'e57 -w 1 'C'
conTerence TooTball game, bowing To WesT RockTord lj Q ff, 0
26-I3. Scoring Touchdowns Tor FreeporT were Bruce ' L LM
STrohacker and Jim Place. Willie Keys ran Tor Free-
porT's lone exTra poinT.
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al lfasl Aurora, where lhey were cleleal'-ed l8-6.
Vrfillie Keys scared Freeoorhs only louchdown.
Jim Place was honored by his leammales when
lhey Famed him honorary caolain ol lhe '57 squad.
Coach Mari-'s :reenled fe+lers lo 38 players. Re-
cioienrs ol lhe leglers were: Charles Agerslrand, Bill
Allen, Mike Anderson, Dan Broolcs, Joe Brown, Pal
Baller, Larry Caslord, Paul Conder, Milne Coolc, Gary
Criddle, Diclc Dorman, Daryl Dorninlc, John Fulkerson.
Carson Grinnell, Doug Gugger, Doug l-lanson, Sam
l-lerron, Dave Johnson, Fred Johnson, Milne Kaney,
Ken Kasch, Ray Kemp, Willie Keys, Jerry Kiefer,
Gary Kirlcpalriclc, Jim Klouser, Milce Leilz, and Vernon
Mercier. Also honored wilh sophomore lerrers were:
John Meyers, Jim Place, Ken Reid, Dayne Rogers,
John Slaas, Jerry Sloclrs, Bruce Slrohaclcer, Bruce
Schmidt Gary Wagner, and Paul Waggoner. Man-
ager lerrers wenl lo David Slein and l-loward Hod-
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porrl player, buf a feamrnare saves The
day wilh shoe-slring faclcle.
SOPHOMORE RECORD -
Freeporl' l'lall Twp. lSpring Valleyl O
Freeporl Dixon 6
Freeporl Joliel -7
lzreeporr Elgin 39
Freeporl Wesl Aurora Zl
Freeporr Easl Roclclord 26
Freeporr LaSalle4Peru 20
lzreeporr Wesl Roclclord 26
Freeporl Easl Aurora l8
The I958 varsiTy baslreTbalI Team: Row I: Wendy Cox, Wayne
Fawver, Jon Novak Melvin WrighT. Roger Schauer, George
T-Iiveley, and Russell Taylor. Row 2: Coach Ron Norman Man.
Gerry T-IooT, Milne LaTayeTTe, Harry Johnson, Bob Cregan, Joel
Edler, Don Morse, RoosevelT Mazique. Jerry RehTeldT, Dan
Toelle, Don Miller, Man. Tom I'-IoeTTle, and Coach Fred PraTT,
LACK OE HEIGHT HINDERS PREIZELS: HAVE .500 SEASON
The I957-58 version oT The I:reeporT PreTzel cage
Team weren'T world beaTers buT They surprised a loT
oT people. Laclc oT heighT was probably The biggesT
single problem encounTered. Considering This laclc
OT heighT The PreTz didn'T do Too bad as They losT
many games To Taller Teams by iusT a Tew poinTs.
Opening Their season aT DeKalb, The PreTzels goT
OTT on The wrong TooT and losT To The Barbs, 58-4I.
Jon Novak led FreeporT wiTh 20 poinTs. EnTerTaining
Monroe The Tollowing nighT, The PreTz won easily
over our neighbors Trom Wisconsin, 68-54. George
T-Iiveley, Mel WrighT, and Jon Novaln had I5, I4,
and I3 poinTs respecTively.
A weelc laTer, I:reeporT Trounced sTerling 77-46 in
a runaway. WrighT led FreeporT scoring wiTh 22
poinTs and I'Iiveley added I9. FreeporT was vicTorious
again The nexT nighT, deTeaTing The Dixon Dukes,
58-47. I-Iiveley, WrighT and Wendy Cox each hiT
Tor I2 poinTs.
Traveling To LaSalle-Peru on December I3, The
PreTzeIs losT a close conTesT, 5I-46. The Team shoT a
good .406 percenTage Trom The Tield buT iT iusT
wasn'T enough. The nexT nighT, The PreTz enTerTained
Rock Falls, a well-balanced Team who Ia+er wenT
inTo The sTaTe Tinals. The squad played anoTher good
game buT jusT couIdn'T compeTe wiTh The Taller
RoclceTs and losT, 60-50.
On December 20, FreeporT played hosT To anoTher
evenTual sTaTe Tourney TinalisT, WesT Aurora, and
nipped The Blaclahawlcs, 58-54. Jon Novalc and Mel
WrighT each poured in I7 poinTs.
Over The ChrisTmas-New Year's holiday, The
PreTzeI quinTeT Tools parT in The DeKalb Holiday
TournamenT. In Their TirsT game, FreeporT squealced
pasT Amboy, 69-68. George Hive-ley dumped in I8
marlcers To lead The PreTz. Sycamore edged FreeporT
in The nexT game by 49-48 To eliminaTe Them Trom
Russ Taylor rnalres
a lay-up as Mike Jon Novak and -.Q
LaTayeTTe and Wayne Fawver
Wendy Cox se leap Tor a e
up a screen. bound.
Rog Schauer fighfs for a rebound in fhe Jon Novak fhinks he may go ouf for ballef! George Hiveley has his shol blocked by
Jolief game. an Ausfin defender.
Sfarfing of fhe New Year againsf Ausfin of Chi-
cago, fhe Prefzels beaf fhe Windy Cify quinfef, 65-
Freeporl DeKalb . . 57. George I-liveley had 23 poinfs fo lead Freeporf
Freeporf Monroe . . scoring. A week lafer fhe sfory was differenf as Easf
Freeporf Sferling . Rockford spilled fhe Prefz, 72-59. As usual, fhe
Freeporf Dixon . ,. Prefzels were on fhe shorf end of fhe heighf ad-
Freepori LGSGIIG-PSFU vanfage and couldn'f rebound enough fo counf. Mel
Freeporf Rocls Falls . I Wrighf paced Freeporf scorers wifh 2I poinlrs on 8
Freeporl WSST Aurora . I field goals and 5 free fosses while Wendy Cox added
Freeporf Amboy . I 3,
Freeporf Sycamore . .. . The Prefzels evened fheir conference sfandings
Freeporf Ausfin of Chicago wifh a 63-58 vicfory over Jolief in fheir nexf game.
Freeporf Easf Rockford . The game was fighfly confesfed unfil Wendy Cox
Freeporf Jolie+ . . broke if up lafe in fhe fourfh quarfer wifh an ouf-
Freeporf Wesf Rockford . bursf of free fhrows. The 'ream was aided by a forrid
Freeporf LaSalle-Peru .... .656 average from fhe line. Mel Wrighf again led
Freeporl' 54 Glenborcl IGISH Ellyrll Prefzel scorers wifh I6 markers followed by Wendy
Freeporl' Elgin , Cox wifh l5, Rog Schauer wifh I5, and I-liveley wifh
Freeporf Easf Rockford IO fo round oul' a balanced scoring affack.
Freeporf Belvidere One liffle man spelled frouble for fhe Freeporf
Freeporf Easl Aurora quinfef in fheir nexf game as liffle Bill Cacciafore hir
Freeporf 44 Wesf Rockford for 28 poinfs 'ro lead Wesf Rockford fo a 58-46
Freeporf 85 Dakofa
Freeporf 65 Sfockfon
Freeporf 60 Lena . .
Freeporf , . 65 Forresfon .
vicfory. Freeporf had a very poor showing from fhe
field wifh a .294 average. George Hiveley hif for
I6 fo lead fhe Prefz.
Mel Wrighf led Freeporf fo a 59-5I revenge
vicfory over LaSalle-Peru in fheir nexf oufing. The
iunior cenfer scored 26 poinfs as fhe Prefzels gained
revenge for a defeaf suffered af fhe hands of fhe
Cavaliers earlier in fhe year. The Prelrz combined a
whopping field goal average l.596l wifh speed and
aggressiveness fo gain fhe vicfory.
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The Prefzels mef a non-conference foe in fhe form
of Glenbard of Glen Ellyn on February l and fhe
I-Iillfoppers defeafed fhem, 64-54. Wrighf led Free-
porf wifh 23 poinfs.
Meefing fhe evenfual conference champs in fheir
nexf acfion, The feam couldn'f sfand up againsf fhe
faller Elgin squad and dropped a 65-47 decision.
Elgin used one big man, 6-8 George Clarlc, and one
Iiffle man, 5-9 Flynn Robinson, fo dominafe fhe game.
The following weelc fhe Freeporf quinlef hosfed Easf
Roclcford and gave fhe E-Rabs a scare before losing
53-45. The E-Rabs didn'f puf fhe game on ice unfil
fhe final minufes.
Traveling fo Belvidere fo baffle fhe Bucs on Feb-
ruary I5, fhe Prefzels defeafed fhe Bucs 53-43, behind
Mel Wrighf's 30 poinf oufbursf. Mel dumped in I3
goals and 4 charify fosses in reaching his highesf
oufpuf of fhe season.
fwo poinfs for fhe
Melvin Wrighf shoofs as Rog Schauer pre
pares fo rebound.
In fhe nexf conference fill, fhe Prefz couIdn'f seem
fo do anyfhing righf and losf a hearf-brealcer fo Easf
Aurora. 68-66. Bad passes, fraveling violafions and
poor shoofing spelled defeaf for fhe Prefz. I-liveley
burned fhe nefs for I9 fallies as he hif for 7 ouf of 7
field goals and 5 ouf of 6 free fhrows.
Playing Ihe conference final againsf Wesf Rock-
ford, fhe Prefzels scared fhe Warriors before losing
a close game, 46-44. Bill Cacciafore again led fhe
Warriors in fheir vicfory by leading a fourfh quarfer
come baclc. George I-Iiveley fossed in I I poinfs fo
lead Prefzel scorers.
Enfering regional fournamenf acfion af Sfoclcfon
againsf Dalcofa, fhe Prefz ran rough shod over fhe
hapless Indians. Mel Wrighf dropped in I7 and
Wendy Cox I6 fo lead fhe Prefz over fhe oufranlced
Dalcofa quinfef. In fheir nexf fournamenf acfion, fhe
Prelz had Iiffle lrouble dropping anofher small school
Fred Praff and
Ron Norman dis-
cuss sfrafegy of
fhe coming sea-
Fighling lor Ihe ball are Jon Novalc and Iwo Jolief defenders.
in Ihe 'Form of Slocldon, 65-46. Mel Wrighr gunned
lor I I field goals and I free Throw fo lead all scorers.
In Ihe championship game, Ihe Ieam defeared Lena
60-47 'ro 'rake Ihe honors. Wayne Fawver scored I9
marlcers To lead Freeporl.
In Ihe seclional lournamenf, held al Wesf Roclc-
ford, 'rhe Prelzels were upsef by Forresfon, 69-65.
The Prelzels couldn"r slop ForresIon's big man, 6-5
Don Dralce as he poured in 34 poinrs Io lead Ihe way
for his small school. Jon Novak had 20 poinrs for
Ihe Prelzels. Forresion was lafer delealed by Roclc
George I-Iiveley fires from our in front as Fawver races in for
Falls, who wound up second in Ihe sIa+e rournamenr.
A+ Jrhe Ielfers award assembly, Coach Ron Norman
awarded varsily leHers +o Jon Novalc, Wendy Cox,
Bob Cregan, George I-Iiveley, Mel Wrighr, Russ
Taylor and Rog Schauer. George I-liveley was
awarded Ihe Keene Irophy afler being voled by his
Ieammales as 'Ihe mosl' valuable player. George was
also named caplain ol The Ieam on an honorary basis.
Wendy Cox was awarded Ihe Larry Kahl Irophy for
Ihe besr percenlage of free Ihrows made in con-
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IV CAGEMEN CAPTURE SIX: G0 UNDEFEATED
Guided by The hand OT Coach Fred PraTT, The
FreeporT JV's ended Their I957-58 season wiTh The
besT record Tor The pasT Tive years. They had six wins
and no deTeaTs.
The I3reeporT cagemen Traveled To Belvidere Tor
Their TirsT win oT The season. They won by I4 poinTs,
57-43. Roger Schauens 30 poinTs and Mel WrighT's
I5 paced The winners.
For Their second win, I3reeporT was hosT To The
WesT RocIcTord Warriors. FreeporT ouTscored The
Warriors in every quarTer excepT The IasT, winning
48-44. Rog Schauer led The scoring wiTh I6 poinTs
and Mel WrighT was second wiTh I4.
In Their Third game oT The season, I:reeporT sTopped
The BeIoiT Bucs by a score oT 59-54, ouTscoring BeIoiT
in The TirsT Three quarTers. For I3reeporT, Rog Schauer
The I957-58 J.V, baslfefball Tea' w'e'eI Mel W' QM RTTSQVC '
Mazique, Don Morse RCI: Schaee' Wa-,fre Fafwer Jiel Ed-
scored I5 poinTs, Mel WrighT I4, and Don Miller 8.
AIThough Topped in The whole IasT haIT, I:reeporT
beaT EasT RocIcTord Tor Their TourTh win oT The season.
The Tinal score was 55-5I. Schauer led The scoring
and Mel WrighT placed second. scoring I6 and I2
In Their second game wiTh The WesT I-ligh War-
riors, I:reeporT won again, 60-55, Tor The TiTTh win OT
The year. Don Miller led FreeporT wiTh I6 poinTs, and
Mel WrighT had I2.
For Their Tinal win, The PreTz sTopped Janesville
70-60. Winning This game gave I:reeporT a perTecT
record Tor The year. Mel WrighT led The scoring.
Coach Fred PraTT's Team had an average oT 58.I
poinTs per game, and Their opponenTs, an average
oT 5I,I poinTs per game.
le' Jerry RehTeldT, Dan Icelle, Harry Johnson Milne Lafay-
eTTe, Don Miier, Mgrs. Jerry HCQT, and Tam I-Ioeile.
The I957-SB sophomore basI:eTball Team were: Row I: Richard
Kidd l-larr KenT Gar Wa ner Carson Grinnell Ken R id
The PreTzeIeTTes oT FreeporT l'Iigh had a Tairly suce
cessTul season under The coaching oT Farrel BeneTiel
and his assisTanT NaTe Johnson. AT The close oT The
season The PreTzeIeTTes had a record oT IO wins and
IO losses. Five oT The wins came in conTerence play
and an equal number in non-conTerence acTion.
The TirsT game oT The season Tor The FreeporT Team
was played aT DeKalb. ln This game a IasT minuTe
rally by The PreTzeIeTTes was haITed wiTh 3 seconds
remaining in The game when DeKalb's cenTer STeve
Land hiT a IO TooT iump shoT. When The horn sounded
The score was DeKalb 46, FreeporT 44. Richard Kidd
was high man Tor FreeporT wiTh I4 poinTs, Tollowed
by Gary STearns wiTh I2. Bob Tv1cAllisTer was high Tor
DeKalb wiTh I3, Tollowed by Land wiTh I I. FreeporT
Johnson, Jim Klauser, Jaclc Sfaas, Terry Gorman, Jerry STocIcs,
Marvin Blaclcbourn. John Klinger, Jim Place, Dave Johnson,
John Meyers, and Coach Farrell BeneTieI.
IN FIRST YEAR UNDER BENEEIEI.
did much beTTer in Their nexT Three games, winning
The TirsT oT The Three Trom Monroe 5345I. This game
ended wiTh everyone Talcing a sigh oT relieT, Tor The
PreTzeleTTes had iusT survived a rally To win The game.
Ken Reid was high Tor FreeporT wiTh I4, Tollowed by
I-larry KenT wiTh I2. Bill CarTer was IvIonroe's leading
scorer wiTh 2I poinTs.
STerling was The nexT vicTim To lose To FreeporT.
The Tinal score in This game was FreeporT 4l, STerling
34. The PreTzeleTTes won This game on The sTrengTh
oT a sTrong second halT. Gary STearns Topped Free-
porT wiTh I2 poinTs, Ivlilce TaTT was STerIing's leading
scorer wiTh I I.
The PreTzeIeTTes won Their Third successive game
by downing Dixon 38-24. Gary STearns was again
FreeporT's leading man wiTh I7. Phil Keely paced
Dixon wiTh B.
FreeporT IosT iTs TirsT Big B ConTerence game aT
LaSalle-Peru. In This conTesT a IasT guarTer surge by
The RreTzeleTTes wasn'T guiTe enough and The lncas
squealced Through To a 47-45 vicTory. I-larry KenT
was high man Tor FreeporT wiTh I I poinTs. Joe Rossi
was high Tor The vicTors wiTh I5.
The PreTzeleTTes Then won Their TourTh game oT six
sTarTs Trom Roclc Falls 48-40. I-larry KenT paced Free-
porT's balanced aTTacIc wiTh I I. Ed Johnson and Jim
BroTheridge shared scoring honors Tor Roclx Falls
wiTh I4 poinTs.
FreeporT IosT Their second consecuhve Big 8 game
'fer Red Eg 'fs ' r., Gam S' 'rg ard Jim
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fo Wesf Aarora 48-4I in an overfirne. Af the end of
fhe regalar game, fhe score was Ifnoffed af 4I-4I,
baf fhe Rrefzeleffes were oufsccred 7-O in fhe over-
fime. Gary Sfearns caced Freeborf wifh I5 reoinfs,
Jim Konrad was high man for Wes? Aurora wifh 25.
Sfillrra' Va Iey was PC rnafih for The Rrefzeleffes
as fhey sforrneo fo a 50-I9 vicfcry. Again, Gary
Sfearns was high for Freeoorf wifh I6. Joe Robinson
was hah fcr 5fiI'r'wan Valley wifh 9.
Jim Klouseris field goal in an overfime broved fo
be fhe decisive margin as Freeborf downed Easf
cor w"n 6, 5: ICNEU by Rchard Kidd w"h I5. Boo
Frih had I4 for Glenbard.
, ef-11" orocced a seemingly Jnbelievable ganne
n, XVV- I I seconds leff In fhe game, fhe pref-
iife ei rad a fhree boinf lead, Then fhings changed?
Din 'fam' was :za GU f'-vice malcfng fear free 'hrows
wncn 're Denies a 36-35 vicfcry. Rich Kiad was
Freezio 'i eadng scorer wifh I2 poinfs. If was dis-
iivefe 'f-r 'na' 'wo of Flgirtis clayers were ineli-
gce aw Freercrr won fhe game by forfeff, 2-O.
Fri-er ' :eaf Fasf Roclcford for ffe second fime
Gan Sfflars a 'a ,
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Roclcford for ifs firsf conference win, 54-53, af Easf
I-ligh. Gary Sfearns fallied 2I poinfs for Freeporf
followed by Richard Kidd wifh I2. Dennis Willis
paced Easf wifh I6, followed by Ron Fearn wifh IO.
A second half rally wasn'f guife enough fo save
fhe Prefzeleffes from losing fheir fhird game in Big 8
compefifion 54-48 fo Jolief. Richard Kidd and Gary
Sfearns shared scoring honors for Freeporf, bofh
having I4 poinfs. Tyrone Fosfer was high for Jolief
Wesf Roclcford handed Freeporfs Rreheleffes
fheir fourfh Big 8 loss 47-36. Gary 5fearns was Free-
porfis high man wifh I4. Ed I-lenby paced Wesf wifh
The Prefzeleffes made up for an early season de-
feaf af fhe hands of LaSalle-Peru by handing fhe
lncas a 52-37 defeaf. Richard Kidd focoed Freeporfis
balanced affaclc wffh I3, followed by Gary Wagner
wifh IO, and Carson Grinnell wifh 9. Jerry Orlandini
was high for I.-P wifh I3.
By fhe margin of 8 free fhrows, Glenbard sfoooed
Freeoorf 49 fo 4I, Gary Sfearns was 'fgr for Free-
Up dces Cars' n Grf-re fo Swish
in as many games by barely edging pasf The Rablefs
42-4I. Richard Kidd was again high for Freeporf wifh
I4 poinfs followed by Carson Grinnell who scored I I.
Ron Fearn paced Easf wifh I6.
Combafing Belvidere in fheir nexf filf, fhe Pref-
zeleffes found easy going affer being behind af fhe
end of fhe firsf quarfer, I2-8. When fhe game ended,
fhe score was 5I-3I. Carson Grinnell and Gary
Sfearns each neffed I I poinfs fo share scoring hon-
ors for Freeporf. Chamberland scored IO fo be high
An even foss, berween Freepcrf and fne Jolie?
Ereeporf 44 DeKalb 46
Ereeporf 53 Monroe 5I
Ereeporf 4l Sferling 34
Ereeporf 38 Dixon 24
Ereeporf 45 LaSalle-Peru 47
Ereeporf 48 Rock Ealls 4O
Ereeporf 4l Wesf Aurora 48
Ereeporf 50 Sfillman Valley I9
Ereeporf 54 Easf Rockford 53
Ereeporf 48 Jaliel 54
Ereeporf 36 Wesf Rockford 47
Ereeporf 52 La5alIe-Peru 37
Ereeporf 4I Glenbard IGI. Ellynl 49
. , Free orf 2 Elgin Eorfeif , O ,, ,, , ,, , 4 ,V
Cl:l!lli?bZiie,i?,SS,-fo have fig Ereegorf 42 Easf Iiockfordl , 4I Dam' Says Grinnell' l missed if
Ereeporf 5I Belvidere 3I
Ereeporf 34 Easf Aurora 45
Ereeporf 50 Wesf Rockford 45
Belvidere Erosh-Soph Iournamenf
Ereeporf 74 Sf. Edwards lElginI 58
Ereeporf 4I Wesf Rockford 49
Easf Aurora, fhe league leaders, handed Freeporf
a 46-34 defeaf af Easf. Sfearns scored I3 and was
high man for Ereeporf. John Coil fopped Aurora
sheefs wifh I3.
The Prefzeleffes concluded fheir regular season by
defeafing Wesf Rockford 50-45 fo wind-up wifh a
5-5 record in fhe Big 8 Conference. Four players ac-
counfed for all of Ereeporfls poinfs, They were Car-
son Grinnell wifh I6, Richard Kidd wifh I3, Ken Reid
vvifh I I, and Gary Sfearns wifh IO. Ivloff fopped fhe
Braves wifh I6.
In fhe fhirfeenfh annual Belvidere Erosh-Soph
Iournamenf, fhe Grange and Black won ifs firsf game
74-58 from Sf. Edwards, Ken Reid and Gary Wagner
shared honors wifh I6 poinfs, followed by Gary
Srearns wifh I5. Gill Sfiney and Phil McDonald each
ooffed I7 for Sf. Edwards
The Rrefzeleffes finished fheir season's schedule
by dropping a 49-4I decision fo Wesf Rockford in a
guarfer-final game in fhe Belvidere Tourney. Richard
Kidd paced Ereeporf wifh I4 poinfs, while Ed I-Ienby
and Riley Goza each scored I4 for Wesf.
An unidenfified nurnber 22 seerns fo be floating on air as he
wafches Carson Grinnell sink one.
Coach Benefiel presenfed leffers fo fhe IO players
of fhe major squad. Boys who received fhern were
Gary Sfearns, elecfed capfain by his feammafes,
Richard Kidd, Gary Wagner, Ken Reid, Carson Grin-
nell, Harry Kenf, Dean Wilson, John Klinger, Curfis
Johnson, and Jirn Klouser.
CINDERMEN SNARE 5TH IN BIG EIGHT
I957 Track Team-L.-R. Row I-DeIberT RoberTs, Tom
Swank, Jerry Sager, Russell Taylor, Mike LaFayeTTe, RooseveIT
Mazique, Charles TripleTT, Bill Mercier, and Coach Fred PraTT.
Row 2-Wendell Cox, Tom Johnson, Eldon Julius, Norman
Phile, Norm Nueges, KeiTh Zimmerman, Wayne Fawver, Harry
FreeporT's Track Team successfully opened iTs sea-
son wiTh a 73-46 vicTory over The Bucs of Belvidere.
OaTher Taylor led The way wiTh a vicTory in The I8O
yard low hurdles and discus and Tied Tor TirsT in The
pole vauIT. All Told he had WIA poinTs. Jerry Hick-
man and Mike LaTayeTTe added anoTher 26lf2 poinTs
as The PreTzeIs won all buT Three evenTs in an easy
vicTory. OTher poinT winners were KieTh Zimmerman.
Charlie TrippIeTT, Dan Nichols. Del RoberTs and Earl
In Their second ouTing The Track Team edged Har-
lem, 55lf5-52y5, in a Triangular meeT April I9, aT The
PreTzeI Track. The Third Team, Oregon, had 4O2f5
poinTs. The deciding poinTs came when OaTher Tay-
lor won The high iump aT Tive TeeT six and a haIT
inches over Ralph Vance oT Harlem. Charlie TrippIeTT
in The 880, Jim ValIarTa in The 440, Jerry Hickman in
The broad iump, Taylor in The high jump and pole
vaulT and The mile relay Team won FreeporT vicTories.
The nexT meeT was held in Free-
porT also wiTh STerIing providing
The compeTiTion. The Golden War'
"Corrie on, Jerry, push a IiTTle harder,"
Johnson, AssisTanT Coach Wes Luedeking. Row 3 - Doug Rog-
ers, Earl Hickman, Tom Gelwicks, Gary HarT, Alfred Moy, Bob
Cregan, Glen OTTQ, Jim Pinnow, Coach NaTe Johnson. Row
4- DeIberT Johnson, Joel Edler, Bill Fambro, Jerry Hickman,
OaTher Taylor, Jim VallarTa, Tony Anderson, KermiT Ferrer.
OaTher Taylor capTured I5 poinTs wiTh Three TirsTs
while Mike LaTayeTTe, Jerry Hickman and Charlie
TrippIeTT gaThered in II, 9If3, and 5 poinTs respecT-
Traveling To 5Terling Tor The STerIing Relays, April
26, was nexT on The PreTzel agenda. There They wound
up wiTh I2 poinTs Tor 7Th place. WesT RockTord won
The meeT wiTh 82 poinTs. OaTher Taylor Took TirsT in
The pole vauIT wiTh a I2 TooT eTTorT which broke The
FreeporT record in This evenT, Though, because Their
oTher vauITers Tailed To place. The mile relay guarTeT
oT Cregan, VaIIarTa, LaTayeTTe and TrippIeTT pro-
duced a mark of 3139.2 Tor a Third place and The
besT PreTz showing.
The nexT week The FreeporT squad Tackled The
WesT Rockord Warriors and were swamped 85-35.
WiThouT The help OT OaTherTayIor, who was ineligible.
The PreTzeIs couIdn'T come close To The well balanced
Warriors. Mike LaTayeTTe Took Two
TirsTs in The IOO and 220 yard
dashes and was FreeporT's only
riors nipped The PreTzeIs 6353 To
54lf3, Each Team Took seven TirsTs
wiTh 5TerIing capTuring a big one
in The mile relay when They edged
The PreTzeIs by abouT 3 yards.
' double winner. Charlie TrippIeTT
came up IaTe To Take The 880 and
anoTher PreTzeI TirsT. Their only
oTher vicTory came when DeIberT
RoberTs and RoosevelT Mazique
SpecTaTors cheer eagerly as Charlie TripleTT crosses The Tinish line.
Teamed wiTh LaTayeTTe and TrippleTT To capTure The
On SaTurday, May 3, FreeporT's delegaTion wenT
To DeKalb Tor The annual DeKalb Relays. The squad
gaThered 8 poinTs Tor 9Th place in The sTandings.
Rock Falls capTured TirsT place in The Relays wiTh
58lf2 poinTs. The PreTzel poinTs came on Two 4Th
places and Two 5Th places. Mike LaTayeTTe in The
IOO and The Frosh-Soph 440 relay Team Took The 4Th
place while Jerry Hickman and The mile relay Team
Took The TiTTh.
Coach PraTT's Team Traveled To Dubuque nexT
where They sTopped The Rams 68-48. The PreTz
cindermen Took eighT TirsTs and Tied Tor anoTher.
OaTher Taylor aTTer a week oT ineligibiliTy came back
sTrong wiTh a record I2 TooT 3 inch eTTorT in The
pole vaulT. IT broke boTh exisTing school's records
Tor The evenT. AnoTher shining perTormance came
in The mile relay where FreeporT, aTTer leading Tor
Three quarTers, sTarTed falling back. Then Charlie
TrippleTT Took over and ran a Tremendous lasT lap To
Take The vicTory. Mike LaTayeTTe made a good show-
ing in The IOO which he ran in :I0.4. He also ran
second To Ron Orr oT The Rams in The 220.
Jerry goes over The bar in championship Torm
f L. 'rf
Jerry Hickman Takes a Tlying leap in The broad iurnp evenT.
On May Il, The Team Traveled To RockTord To
compeTe in The disTricT Track meeT aT Beyer STadium.
WesT RockTord won The meeT and FreeporT placed
TiTTh. QualiTying Tor The sTaTe meeT were OaTher
Taylor, pole vaulT: Mike LaTayeTTe, 220: Charlie
TrippleTT, 880: The mile and 880 relay Teams. Taylor
Tied Tor TirsT in The pole vaulT, LaTayeTTe placed
second in The 220.
BeTore going down sTaTe The Team elecTed Charlie
TrippleTT capTain and Tinished The penaThalon wiTh
Jerry Hickman Taking TirsT place and OaTher Taylor
and Del RoberTs placing 2nd and 3rd respecTively.
On May lb, Coach PraTT Took his qualiTiers down
sTaTe To Champaign To The sTaTe meeT. OaTher Tay-
lor missed qualifying Tor The Tinals by going ouT aT
ll'4" in The pole vaulT. The mile relay Team oT
VallarTa, Cregan. LaTayeTTe and TrippleTT missed
qualiTying by Two-TenThs oT a second. They placed
sevenTh ouT oT 45 and The TirsT six qualiTied. Mike
LaTayeTTe ran a good 220 buT missed gaining The
Tinals by halT a sTep. The 880 relay Team oT Hickman,
RoberTs, Taylor and LaTayeTTe missed also as did
Charlie TrippleTT in The 880 yard run.
On Tuesday, May 2I, The squad
journeyed To Rock Falls where They
Tell To The RockeTs 74-44. AlThough
FreeporT Took 6 ouT oT I4 evenTs The
depTh oT The Rock Falls Team beaT
Them. Mike LaTayeTTe, a sopho-
more speedsTer, had his day when
he broke The PreTzel record in The
220 by Vic oT a second. T-lis Time oT :22.5 erased
The old record oT :22.6 seT by Don PenTicoTT in If-753.
Mike also ran his besT l00 oT The season wiTh a :l0.2
showing. OaTher Taylor was again busy gaThering
poinTs as he Took TirsT in The pole vaulT, second in
The high jump, Two Thirds in The shoT and discus and
ran a leg in The winning 880 yard relay.
The PreTzels ended Their season on May 25, aT
Beyer STadium in RockTord in The Big 8 conTerence
meeT. The PreTz placed TiTTh behind EasT Rockford,
WesT RockTord, EasT Aurora and Elgin in ThaT order.
OaTher Taylor again won his specialTy, The pole vaulT,
wiTh a leap oT I2 TeeT. AnoTher FreeporT vicTory
came Trom The mile relay Team composed oT Jim
VallarTa, Bob Cregan, Mike LaTayeTTe and Charlie
TrippleTT who came up wiTh a Time oT 3:35.8. More
poinTs Tor The Team came on Third place Tinishes by
TrippleTT in The 880, Jim VallarTa in The 440 and The
880 relay Team.
AT The end oT The season Coach PraTT had leTTers
Tor seniors Jim VaIIarTa, Charlie TrippleTT, OaTher
Taylor and Jerry Hickman: iuniors Bob Cregan, Bill
Eambro, Earl Hickman, Delberr RoberTs and KieTh
Zimmerman: and sophomores Mike LaTayeTTe and
RoosevelT Mazigue. JV leTTers were awarded To
Wendell Cox, Dan Johnson, Doug Rogers, Russell
Taylor and Tom Johnson. Sophomore awards were
given To Wayne Eawver, T-larry Johnson, Bill Mercier,
AlTred Moy, Tom Swank, Norman Pfile, Norman
Nueges, Jim Pinnowg and manager leTTers were given
To KermiT Farrar and DelberT Johnson.
OUT in fronf, Jim's vicTory is cinched.
Mike runs almosT unhampered aT The
WesT Rockford meeT.
Every year aT The close oT The Track season, The
poinTs are added up Tor each man. To The man wiTh
The mosT poinTs goes The Bill Young Trophy. This
year The Trophy wenT To a sophomore Mike LaTayeTTe,
who iusT barely nosed ouT OaTher Taylor in The baTTle.
BoTh men were insTrumenTal in The success oT This
year's Team. Mike ran The 220 yard and l00 yard
dashes Tor The Team and OaTher compeTed almosT
any place Mr. PraTT puT him, buT his specialTy was
The pole vaulT.
All Told, Mr. PraTT's Team had a Tairly good sea-
son. They had Three wins and Three losses in separaTe
meeTs, and had some good showings in The relays
They enTered and in The disTricT meeT.
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Row l-Mgr, Keilh Gingrich, Barry Groves. Jerry Rehieldl,
Bill Morrow, Dave Ganll, Jim Gilliland, John Niesman, Howie
Kiesler, Req Wisdom, Mgr. Duncan Gi chrisl and Mgr. Ronnie
Freeporl opened ils baseball season by losing lo
Beloil Calholic al lhe Crusaders' Summil lield.
Beloil's delensive play caplured lhe win as lhey had
lwo double plays lhal brolce up Freeporls chances
ol scoring. The Prelzels' only run came when Gary
Grarl wallced wilh lhe bases loaded lo lorce in a run.
The leam could garner only lhree hils oll lhe Cru-
sader hurler. The Beloil leam had lour hils oll lhe
lwo Prelz pilchers, Ganll and Nienhuis.
The Prelzel baseball squad enlerlaineo lhe Wesl
Roclcloro leam in lheir second game ol lhe season
and soundly lrounced lhe delending champs al lhe
Read Parlc lie-ld. Combining sound billing wilh lhe
lhree hfl :ilching ol Dave Ganll, lhe sgaad had lillle
lrouole disposing ol lhe Warriors, I4-l.
The Prelzels scored lour runs in +he inilial inning
and added eighl more in lhe lhird lor lheir biggesl
innings. The learn had bul six hils bul used lhem
well as every hil drove in a run. Freeoorlls JV's also
oowneo Wesl s JV s. I3'7.
BAT WIELDERS BOAST ll-4 RECORD
Row 2 Coach Gene Marks Ernie Nederman George
H ey Bob Red Jon Novak Karl Nrenhuis Roger Schauer
Ron Picl: ng Larry Dame and Assislanl Coach Joe Spudich
Playing lhe league leaders Belvidere April I2 lhe
Prelzels mel lvlarlyn Morehead mound ace ol lhe
Bucs who slruclc oul I8 Prelzels and limiled lhern lo
lwo singles. Barry Groves, Freeporlr p lcher aro
pilched a credilable game as he slruclc oul sx
wallced lhree and gave up six hils
Cn April IS he Prelzel JV squad played Aouin
l-ligh on lhe Read Park diamond and beal lhe Bull
s 4 l Morrow allowe seven l slrac
oul 9 ano wailced 4 as he pilched a good game lor
A pilchirg duel belween Joe Laslcy ol lfasl Roclc-
loro SHG Dave Ganll ol Freeporl was brolcen up in
lhe sixlh inning by lhree Prelzel errors which gave
lhe E-Rabs lhe winning run on April I6. The lwo
hurlers were bolh rnaslers ol conlrol as no wallcs were
issued in lhe seven inning game. Laslcy slruclc oul
eighl and Ganll seven. Rehleldl, Wisdom ard
Keisler were lhe only Prelzels lo hil salely as lhe
learn absorbed ils lnird deleal.
Moose" heads for home.
"l-lif fhe dirfl'
Big Jon gefs sei' fo show 'em how.
"Run, George, run!"
On April I7, fhe Prefzels played Sf. Thomas af
Blackhawk Park in Rockford and downed fhe Tom-
mies, 5-2. Barry Groves furned in a beaufifully
pifched game allowing 2 hifs, 2 walks, and sfriking
ouf 5. Bob Reid and Jerry Rehfeldf led Freeporf
offensively wifh 2 hifs each.
Traveling fo Dixon on April 24, fhe Prefzels suf-
fered anofher defeaf af fhe hands of fhe Dukes. lf
was fheir fourfh conference loss and firsf shufouf of
fhe season as fhe Dukes blanked fhem, 3-O. Ganff
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pifched a good game buf his wildness in fhe fiffh.
along wifh Prefzel errors, gave Dixon fheir fhree runs.
Reid collecfed fwo hifs, a single and double, and
Rehfeld+, Groves and l-liveley each had one safefy.
The Prefz leff eighf men sfranded on fhe bases and
couldn'f advance a man as far as fhird.
On April 26, fhe squad journeyed fo Rockford
where fhey proceeded fo wallop Wesf af fhe Beyer
Sfadium annex. Freeporf played errorless ball, a I4
hif affack and Barry Groves' sfrong hurling fo com-
plefely overpower fhe Warriors. The Prefzels sfarfed
in fhe firsf inning wifh Nienhuis blasfing a homer
and Keisfer slapping ouf a single fo drive in a run.
Seven players had fwo hifs: l-liveley, Wisdom, Nien-
huis, Reid, Groves, Keisfer and Novak.
On April 30, Ganff, Freeporfs dazzling righf-
handed fasfballer, fhrew an 8-O no-hif masferpiece
af Beloif Cafholic on 'rhe Read Park diamond. l-le
was complefely in charge of fhis game as only five
players reached firsf base.
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Nienhuis gave GanTT good help as The big Third
baseman made Three sparkling deTensive plays and
drove in Tour runs wiTh his big baT. l'le had Two
singles and a double To accounT Tor The Tour RBI's.
Reid and KeisTer each had Two singles and Two RBl's.
On May 7, The PreTzel squad gained revenge Tor
an early season loss To Belvidere and Took care oT
Marlyn Morehead, an old nemesis, by handing him
his TirsT loss, 6-3. l-le was knocked ouT oT The box
aTTer Tour innings, during which he allowed 7 hiTs
and 3 runs. Novak and KeisTer each had Two saTeTies
Tor The PreTz, while Wisdom, Hiveley, RehTeldT and
Groves each had one.
Un lvlay I4, The PreTzels whiTewashed Lena, 9-O,
in The disTricT TournamenT To Take The Trophy. Free-
porT had liTTle Trouble downing The Lions in The game
which was called aTTer 5 innings because oT rain. ln
The TiTTh inning, The PreTzels deliberaTely sTruck ouT
so The mandaTory Tive innings could be declared.
ln The disTricT TournamenT, l:reeporT sTopped Thom-
son wiTh ease, lb-3. The PreTz used a big inning in
coasTing To vicTory. FourTeen PreTzels baTTed in The
second inning and 7 hiT saTely. Novak led The Team
aT The plaTe going 3 Tor 4 and geTTing 4 RBl's. Nien-
huis gave up 3 hiTs, sTruck ouT six, and walked 2.
ln Their nexT conTerence ouTing, The Team won
over Dixon, 3-2. WiTh The score 2-l in The sevenTh
and Two ouT, Nienhuis sTepped To The plaTe and
cracked ouT The game winning hiT. The game was an
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eIdT digs arcuno Third.
exciTing piTching duel beTween Barry Groves OT The
PreTz and Maurice Figely oT The Dukes, who bofh
wenT The disTance. Groves, in winning, recorded his
sixTh win oT The year againsT one loss.
Paced by Nienhuis' one niT piTching, The PreTzels
blanked ST. Thomas, 9-O, aT Read Park in Their nexT
game. Big Karl didn'T have any Trouble wiTh The
Tommies as he seT Them down in order in all buT The
TiTTh and sixfh innings. The squad combined eighT
hiTs wiTh Tew errors To gaTher Their nine runs.
ATTer Their ST. Thomas game, The Team Traveled
To RockTord where They baTTled wiTh EasT and losT,
9-2. The PreTzels iusT couldn'T click as They com-
miTTed nine errors and leTT I4 men sTranded on base.
Bog Schauer, sophomore, sTarTed The game Tor The
PreTz, buT received liTTle supporT as he gave up nine
hiTs in his seven inning sTinT.
ln The regional TournamenT, The PreTzels blasTed
ForresTon, I3-3, Tor The TiTle. The squad used an
eighT run Third inning To coasT To The win. Nienhuis
and Groves each had Two hiTs Tor The PreTzeIs and
Groves had Two RBI's. GanTT had no Trouble wiTh
The Cards as he gave up six hiTs and Three runs in
chalking up his TiTTh win oT The season.
Coach Gene Marks awarded leTTers To Dave
GanTT, Jim Gilliland, Barry Groves, Karl Nienhuis,
FreeporT I BeloiT CaTholic 3
FreeporT I4 WesT RockTord I
l:reeporT O Belvidere 6
FreeporT I I Aquin . 4
FreeporT 5 ST. Thomas 2
FreeporT O Dixon 3
FreeporT I4 WesT RockTord 3
I:reeporT 8 BeloiT CaTholic O
l:reeporT 6 Belvidere . . 3
FreeporT 9 Lena .. 0
Big Moose waiTs Tor The relay. Freeporf E g 3 Dixon E I I 2 STrreTch, George!
FreeporT 9 ST. Thomas . O
I:reeporT 2 EasT RockTord 9
FreeporT I3 ForresTon 3
l:reeporT I6 Thomson . 3
PreTzel Coach Gene Marks asks for a few poinTers Trorn some of
Ron Picking, Rog Wisdom, Gary GranT, George
I-liveley, Howie KeisTer, Jon Novak, Bob Reid, Jerry
RehTeldT, and Rog Schauer. JV leTTers were given To
Jerry Edler, Gary Marsh, Don Miller, Bill Morrow,
Ernie Niederman, Larry Dame, Jerry Engle, Jerry
Keeney, Bob Moore, John Niesman, Jim WrighT,
Norm Shipley, Jerry Miller, Jerry VincenT, and Wen-
dell GarnharT. Manager leTTers were given To Ronnie
Miller, KeiTh Gingrich, and Duncan GilchrisT. The
players elecTed Rog Wisdom honorary capTain and
Karl Nienhuis as mosT valuable player.
TANKSTERS PROVE ABILITY DESPITE HANDICAP
Considering fhe feam's decided lack of experi-
ence, fhe FHS swimmers posfed a very respecfable
record for Coach Larry Bullard. The final slafe
showed fwo wins and five reversals in dual compefi-
fion, a 2nd in a friangular meef, and 4fh place in
fhe Big Eighf meef.
In fhe season's opener on December I3, Elgin
oufpoinfed fhe Preli 47-39. Dave McNary won fhe
IOO yard backsfroke and Frank Dyson and Earl
Hickman finished Isf and 2nd, respecfively, in diving.
Coach Bullarcl's crew evened 'rheir record fh-e
following week, downing DeKalb 47-39. McNary
was a double winner and Tom Doyle, Tom Gelwicks,
Frank Dyson, and fhe I6O yard medley feam added
On January IO, fhe Prefz played hosf fo Easf
Rockford and LaSalle-Peru. Final fabulafions showed
fhe E-Rabs wifh 78 poinfs, Freeporf wifh 53, and
L-P wifh Zi. Dave McNary again won in fwo evenfs.
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ln a refurn engaqemenf af Elgin on January I7,
fhe Prefz were again furned back by fhe Maroons.
fhis fime by a 49-37 counf. Firsfs were capfured by
McNary and fhe I6O yard medley feam. A+ Wesf
Rockford on January 3I, fhe Prefzels were fhrofflecl
by fhe powerful Warriors, 70-I6. The following week
found Freeporf again bowing fo Wesf, 65-2I, buf
This fime Tom Gelwicks and Frank Dyson bofh
The Freeporfers again broke info fhe win column
on February I3, wifh a 48lf2-37lf2 conquesf of
DeKalb. Dave McNary was again a double winner,
wifh ofher firsfs coming from Tom Doyle, Tom Gel-
wicks, Jim Massie, Larry Knauff, and Frank Dyson.
On fhe I5fh, Freeporf placed fourfh in fhe Big
ln fhe season's finale af Easf Rockford on Febru-
ary 20, fhe E-Rabs roufed Freeporf 77-I8. Tom
Doyle snafched up fhe Prefzels' only firsf.
Row I: Ray Kemp, Jack Arrnsfrong, Leroy Moy, Bryan McGinnis, Mike Forfner, and Coach
Larry Bullard. Row 2: Earl Hickman, Bob Meyers, Carlile Ganfz, Jon Hepner, Dick Laible,
John Fulkerson, and Wyra Jones. Row 3: Jim Massie, Tom Gelwicks, Tom Doyle, Dave
- McNary, Larry Knauff, and John Borchers.
Golf Team: Row I-Spencer
Arfman, John Conners, Dick
Beem: Row 2-Marfy Hill,
Greg Widmer, Sfeve NesbiT:
Row 3-Larry Knauf, Richard
Hifeman, Dennis PraTT, and
Coach Ron Norman.
Probably due in a large parT To The graduafion of
senior leTTer winners, Bill Dorman, Tom Swifzer, and
Ned Fursf, and The loss of anoTher brighT sophomore
prospecT, Bill STewarT, The Prefzel golf conTingenT
encounfered some raTher rough sledding during The
T957 fairway season. The Team. which was coached
by ThaT jack-of-all-sporTs, Ron Norman, did have iTs
brighT spoTs Though.
ln Their iniTial maTch of The season, The Freeporf
squad bowed To WesT Rockford by an IBVZ-IV2
counT. On April 23, The Prefzels clicked againsT
Harlem of Rockford, gaining whaT proved To be Their
only vicTory of The season, I2-8, in a I3-hole affair.
On April 25, The Freeporfers seemed unable To
find The range againsT Monroe, and were blanked
20-O. Then on The 27Th, The Prefzels parTicipaTed in
a quadrangular meeT wiTh BeloiT and Easf and WesT
Rockford, and finished wiTh a Team Tofal of 495
sfrokes. The E-Rabs. however, capTured TirsT place
wiTh a 400 sfroke ToTal.
Heading info May, The FHS squad again faced
The EasT Rockford ouTfiT, This Time in a duel maTch
and were shuT ouT, IOVO. On May 6, Freeporf meT
WesT Rockford in a remaTch, which The Warriors
Took To The Tune of I8-2.
The nexT day found The Prefzels playing hosf To
Oregon's golfers and being seT back by a score of
7lf2-Zlfz. On May IO, The local Team engaged in a
reTurn maTch wiTh Harlem, This Time bowing To The
LINKSTERS REBUILD '57 SQUAD
In The disTricT meeT on May II, FreeporT placed
ninTh ouT of I6 enTranTs wiTh a 367 sTroke Team Tofal.
Greg Widmer paced The squad, posfing an 87, and
followed closely by Marfy Hill, who shoT an 88.
The Prefzels bid for revenge againsT EasT Rockford
on May I4, was drowned by a l9lf2-V2 reversal. In
Their final maTch of The season on The following day.
The Prefz golfers.gained a moral vicTory in losing 6-4
To a Monroe ensemble, which had earlier humiliafed
Freeporf also had been scheduled To appear in
The Big Eighf conference meeT, buf foul weafher
posTponed The meeT, and complicaTion prohibifed
The Prefz from parTicipaTing aT a laTer dafe.
ln The awards assembly aT The close of The season,
varsiTy leTTers were awarded To MarTy Hill, Dick
Hifeman, Sfeve NesbiT and Greg Widmer. Hill was
voTed honorary capfain and mosT valuable player by
RACKETEERS COP THIRD IN BIG EIGHT
...and Fred scoops up his reTurn.
The '57 Tennis Team, coached by Farrell Benefiel,
finished The season wiTh Three wins ouT of Their Ten
meeTs. The squad placed Third in The disTric+ meeT
wiTh IO poinTs. The conference meeT was posTponed
on accounl' of rain.
The neTmen opened The season wiTh EasT Rock-
ford handing Them a 9-O defeaT, followed by anoTher
shuT-ouT from Dixon on The home courTs. FreeporT
Then Traveled To Belvidere To obTain Their firsT win
4-V2. Confinuing Their winning sTreak They Tromped
MounT Morris 7lf2-I on The FreeporT courTs. Free-
porT bowed To WesT Rockford 7-2 and EasT Rockford
9-O. The neTmen dropped The nexT Three maTches
To Dixon 9-O, Wesf Rockford 7-2, and Easf Rockford
9-O7 Then finished Their season wiTh a 4-2 win over
The disTricT meeT was held in Rockford, Safurday.
May 4. ArThur Miles and Fred Bess. seeded firsf
Coached by Mr. Farrel Bene-
fiel, The Team consisTed of Jerry
HooT, Dan Toelle, George Os-
borne, Fred Bess, Ken Kahl, ArT
Miles and Charles Sfandring.
Arf slams a driving serve...
doubles Team in The meeT, won Their firsT maTch
againsT Paul Tingleff and Barry Birchfield of Crysfal
Lake 6-O, 6-2. They followed wiTh a vicTory over
Tom Walder and Don I-lighbarger from MounT Mor-
ris 6-I, 6-2. One maTch away from The STaTe Tennis
MeeT, They were upseT by Jerry Sundley and RoberT
Spooner of WesT Rockford, in The highlighfed maTch
of The day. WiTh ArThur Miles playing a very bril-
lianT neT game, They Took The firsT seT: buT, due To
The cramped aTTernoon schedule, They gave ouT in
The lasT Two seTs, which kepT Them from going To
Champaign. The scores in This maTch were 6-3, 4-6
Dan Toelle and Gerald l'looT, doubles Team, re-
ceived a bye The firsT round, giving FreeporT Two
poinfst and dropped Their second round To Paul
Conrad and Roger MarTin of Easf Rockford 6-I, 6-0,
who wenT all of The way To win The doubles Trophy
in The meeT.
George Osborne, obTaining anoTher Two poinTs
for The FreeporT neTmen The firsT round. wenT on only
To be defeaTed by Dave Nippa of WesT Rockford
6-I, 6-3. The oTher singles represenTaTive from Fl-IS,
Charles STandring, byed The firsT round, Thus giving
FreeporT Two more poinTs. The second round, he
was Tromped by Donald Bruns of WesT Rockford
Fred Bess was elecTed by his TeammaTes as cap-
Tain and mosT valuable player on The Team and
received The Team's Traveling Trophy.
The varsiTy Team's leTTermen were ArThur Miles.
Fred Bess, George Osborne, Dan Toelle, Gerald
I-looT, Charles STandring and KenneTh Kahl.
NEW LOOK FOUND IN GYM
The l957-58 ediTion oT boys' physical educaTion
aT Fl-lS sporTed a new look, as direcTors lvlerriTT
Allen, Ron Norman, and NaTe Johnson planned a
new and highly successTul program Tor The year.
The basic obiecTive, ThaT of building sound bodies
and alerT minds, was sTill carried ouTq however, The
general schedule oT acTiviTies and classes underwenT
a decided change. For example, raTher Than mixing
seniors inTo iunior and sophomore groups, The upper-
classrnen meT Twice a week in classes oT Their own.
RequiremenTs Tor The underclassmen included
Three weeks oT healTh, Three weeks oT swimming and
Twelve weeks oT physical acTiviTies per semesTer.
The senior program was nearly The same, The excep-
Tion being ThaT, raTher Than healTh, They spenT Three
weeks per semesTer in sTudy hall.
The TirsT nine weeks oT The year were divided inTo
six weeks OT playing Touch TooTball while The weaTher
permiTTed, and Three weeks oT indoor acTiviTies when
The days became chilly. The nexT Three Tound under-
classmen aTTending healTh class, while The seniors
wenT To sTudy hall.
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The sophomores were insTrucTed in personal healTh
and grooming. They also learned oT The eTTecTs oT
alcohol, Tobacco, and narcoTics. FirsT aid and saTeTy
rules were TaughT To The juniors.
The sTarT oT The Third six weeks period Tound all
boys parTicipaTing in The new swimming program,
calling Tor Three sTraighT weeks oT swimming, raTher
Than The usual swimming every Tuesday. The end
oT The TirsT semesTer again Tound The boys in The
gym playing baskeTball and volley ball.
Swimming and healTh requiremenTs Tor The second
semesTer were The same: however, The physical
acTiviTies changed wiTh The new year. During The
cold monThs OT '58, classes were insTrucTed in such
Things as Tumbling and wresTling TundamenTals.
WiTh The coming oT spring and Tair weaTher, The
boys once more venTured ouTdoors Tor soTTball and
Track evenTs. Thus, anoTher enioyable and successTul
year wenT inTo The records oT The Physical EducaTion
A P.E. sTudy hall works under The careful
pares To deliver a smash.
'Tl smell a spike" yells one of The
iunior boys as a sophorr-we pre-
Under The guidance oT Miss ElizabeTh Heiland and
Miss PaTricia Lemanski, girls physical educaTion in-
sTrucTors, many acTiviTies were carried on in The girls
gym classes ThroughouT The year.
Soccer, hockey, and speed-a-way highlighTed The
Tall acTiviTies Tor The sophomores, juniors, and seniors,
respecTively. ATTer six weeks of Tield play, Three
weeks were spenT in healTh classes. Body TuncTions
and TirsT aid were The Topics Tor ThaT Time. The
remaining period was spenT playing volleyball by The
sophomores and juniors: and Tor The TirsT Time, This
year The senior girls played badminTon.
P.E. SCHEDULE REVAMPED
As spring came, sophomores, juniors and seniors
parTicipaTed in baseball, archery and golf.
ThroughouT cerTain periods of The year, The girls
swam, under The direcTion OT Miss l-leiland, Miss
Lemanski and Junior High swimming insTrucTor Mr.
Ray Bullard. Classes were divided inTo Three groups:
beginners, inTermediaTe and advance. The advance
course oTTered junior and senior life-saving.
Miss Heiland explains a rule To an
aTTenTive gym class.
As baskeTball season rode in wiTh cold weaTher,
The girls once again dressed in Their green regulaTion
gym suiTs and enjoyed baskeTball, using a special seT
of rules ThaT made The game less sTrenuous.
ATTer baskeTball season, healTh classes began
again, Tor The sophomores, a course in personaliTy:
and Tor The juniors, a course in home saTeTy. Senior
girls were noT required To Take healTh.
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TEDDY BEAR IN SPOTLIGHT AS MRS. SAVAGE BIDS EAREWELL
ATTer The weelcs oT hard worlc and laTe hours, The casT receives Their iusT Thanlcs.
"The Curious Savage," direcTed by Miss Jean-
neTTe Lloyd, was The skillfully presenTed and well
received '58 senior class play. The scene was The
living room OT "The CIoisTers" in a Town in Massa-
chuseTTs. ETheI P. Savage, "The Curious Savage,"
was The Triendly, compassionaTe and weaIThy woman
whose dream was The esTablishmenT oT a happiness
Tund Tor Tools OT good hearT. I-Ier sTep-children
have commiTTed her To "The CloisTers," a resT home.
The paTienTs awaiT The arrival oT The new guesT
wiTh The anTicipaTion and coniecTure oT Those To
whom such an exciTing evenT is rare.
"You won'T hurT my Ii+TIe John Thomas, will
you?", aslcs Florence,
Mrs. Savage was lovingly accepTed by The group,
who Tound The sTrain and sTress oT The ouTside world
beyond Their endurance. She carried an oversized
Teddy Bear wiTh her aT all Times and Tully reTurned
The love and aTTecTion oT The Tive genTle and charm-
ing "guesTs": Fairy Mae, an angularly plain girl,
who ThoughT she was beauTiTul3 Mrs. Paddy, a woman
who ThoughT she was an arTisT, buT couldn'T acTuaIIy
painT and hasn'T spolcen OT anyThing buT her haTes in
TwenTy years: I-lannibal, a Tormer sTaTisTician who
ThoughT he was a vioIinisT, buT who couldn'T really
play a violin: Florence, an aTTecTionaTe moTher, who
had no son, buT believed a doll whom she called
John Thomas To be her child: and JeTTrey. a real
pianisT, who no longer plays, because he ThoughT an
imaginary scar on his Tace made him repulsive.
Besides EThel, The Savage Tamily was composed
oT TiTus, a senaTor unwelcome aT The WhiTe I-louse:
Samuel, a BosTon judge whose repuTaTion Tor hav-
ing mosT oT his decisions reversed was well lcnown:
and Lily Belle, The spoiled and six-Times married
daughTer. The sTaTT consisTed of Miss Wilhelminia,
a nurse who was also ..leTTrey's wiTe, and DocTor
EmmeTT, The psychiaTrisT.
The Teddy Bear did it," says Mrs. Savage,
The tirial scene was ot great emotional impact
on the audience as the lights went out and tor a
moment there was no sound, and then came the
sottly sweet and muted strains ot a violin. Each
CHARACTERS FRIDAY SATURDAY
Florence Marilyn Auman Sharon Nellles
Hannibal John Graff Tom Bader
Fairy Mae Ellen Hanson Jane Olson
Jeffrey Jim Wright Orval Fairbairn
Mrs. Paddy Eugenia Carnahan Blenda Crummer
Ethel Savage Luanne Swank Molly Bolander
Titus Savage Jasper Devidal Carl Baumann
Samuel Savage Gary Dietmeier Gary Dielmeier
Lily Belle Savage Dianne Owen Bonnie Plager
Miss Wilhelmina Jeanne Fulfer Sue Strohacker
Dr. Emmett Ronald Prasse Ed Anderson T-L
John Tomas Steve Nellles Steve Neltles
'l-lere is your song," says Hannibal.
"And naw l feel I really belong."
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character was portrayed as he saw himselt in his
dreams. Mrs. Savage put down her Teddy Bear and
Jett slowly. Cnly the Teddy Bear sitting alone in a
spot ot light was seen as the curtain tell.
Deep appreciation was given to the tollowing
taculty advisers and their committees tor their help
in the production: stage design, Mrs. Lucile Mad-
denq properties, Miss Mary M. Luebbingg advertis-
ing, Miss Caroline Musser: costumes, Miss Edith
Lyle: lighting. Richard Barnes: and the program,
Floyd Freerlcsen and Mrs. Florence Schoonhoven.
Student directors were Mary Dennis and Marilyn
Millard. Jan Mailand and Dave Cox prompted.
"What were you doing behind the couch7", aslrs Fairy Mae
IUNIOR CLASS PRESENTATION CENTERS AROUND ST. LOUIS
"MeeT Me in ST, Louis," our Junior Class Play,
under The direcTion oT Miss JeanneTTe LIoyd, Took
pIace in ST, Louis in I904, aT The home oT Mr. and
Mrs. SmiTh, Their Tive chiIdren, Lon, Rose, EsTher,
Agnes and TooTie, Grandpa and KaTie, The maid.
Mr. SmiTh's job required his Transfer To New York
CiTy, abouT which The resT oT The Tamily was noT very
happy, especiaIIy The Two youngesT girIs.
Agnes and TooTie discover a need To Take maTTers
inTo Their own hands, In Their numerous schemes, They
wenT as Tar as deraiIing a Trolley by puTTing a dummy
on The Track and geTTing Their TaTher Tired.
BuT all ends weII as Mr. Dodge TinaIIy undersTands
and rehires Mr. SmiThj and The TamiIy remains in
Adding To The hiIarious anTics oT The pIay were
Roses and EsTher's beaus, John Shepard and Fred
Gregory, Mrs. Waughop, The Tussy old neighbor
Iady, and Mr. DuTTy, who wanTed To move up To
Mr. SmiTh's job.
The vicious LuciIIe PenTard and shy Ida BooThby
Tind Lon aTTracTive while The Two conducTors Tind
no humor in Agnes and TooTie's derailing Their TroIIey.
Under The careTuI assisTance oT commiTTee work,
The SmiTh TamiIy and Triends Take a TinaI curTain calf, Tired buf happy.
direcTed by The Misses CaroIyn Musser, EdiTh Lyle,
Mary M. Luebbing, Fern KuhIemeyer, Mrs, LuciIe
Madden, Richard Barnes, and Duanne SmiTh, The
pIay was a success. DirecTors Jane OIson and Ladine
BenneTT and rrompTers SaIIy Cheeseman and Mary
Dennis were assisTar'Ts To Miss LIoyd.
'Bing him harder, TocTieI' sEzuT Agnes and Rose.
Mr. Dodge John Grafl Ron Nevenhoven " '
Mr. Duffy 0rval Fairbairn Tom Bader
Conductors Carl Bauman Dave Cox
larry Philips Alyn Hess
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SENIOR CLASS EMBARKS ON 'LE TOUR DU MONDE'
All Through The evening of February 3 The sTrains
of The song "Around The World in 80 Days" could
be heard flowing from The F.l-l.S. gym. This was The
Theme song of The senior carnival "Le Tour du
Monde", which was headed by co-chairmen Jane
Olson and Doug Firebaugh.
This nighT was The climax of The compeTiTion be-
Tween The Three classes in raising money for The
evenT. Some of The money making proiecTs which
had been going sTrong for some four or five weelcs
preceding The carnival were: balce sales, novelTy
sales, hall sales, dances, and sales of cards and
A large map of The world behind The sTage was
The firsT Thing To caTch one's 'eye upon enfering The
gym. To carry ouT The Theme, flags of many nafions
were sfrung across The middle of The room wiTh The
American flag hanging over The sfage, higher Than
The oTher flags.
ForTy-five ToTs parTicipaTed in The baby show To
provide The opening enTerTainmenT of The evening.
The winners of The baby show were Karen Sue
Vallcemas and Todd Meyers.
Nexf on The agenda was The sTyle show wifh
Luanne Swank and Jim Wrighf describing The clofhes
worn by The various F.l-l.S. sTudenTs who modeled for
The show. Some of The ouTfiTs worn included sporTs
wear, formals, suiTs, baThing suiTs, and even The
Ia+esT Chinese dresses.
Following The sTyle show came The play enTiTled
"DaTe Time." AT This same Time more acTiviTy sTarTed
in The booThs surrounding The gym. These booThs
remained open all evening and provided much en-
TerTainmenT for everyone. The games and The
Carnival royalTy: Soph. king and queen: Dave McNary, Judy Srnifh, page, Jaclc Wagner, , - XL! M!! 4 ,
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diflerenr counlries, such as: Mexico, ring 'rhe bull:
China, shoof oul lhe candles: Scofland, pifch pen-
nies? England, a horseshoe game: and Swilrzerland,
a game wirh cowbells.
"Moulin Rouge wri'r'ren over an arch-way in The
middle of fhe floor decked lhe enfrance of lhe
dancing area. Here many couples enjoyed dancing
lo The music of Emery Meeker's band while wailing
for fhe clirnaxes of 'rhe evening.
Harrier Shipley and Ernie Neidere
man, queen and king of lhe win-
ning class, reign proudly,
Tens+hir+y broughl' one of fhe long awaired
momenrs of rhe carnival, +he disclosure of
who was +o be "Miss Universe." Dave Gar-
roway, a T.V. personaliry, had chosen +he
beaury queen from a group of picfures 'rhar
had been senr To him. Her idenfiry re-
mained a secre'r unril Jane Olson and Doug
Eirebaugh opened rhe envelope and handed
Barbara Born a bouque'r of sweefhearf roses.
Susie Fogel, Harrier Shipley, Sue Sfrohacker,
and Luanne Swank, were fhe ofher girls
chosen by E.H.S. srudenrs as 'rhe mosf beau-
riful girls in school.
Sharon Henry and Jack Wagner, fhe fwo
pages who led fhe royal procession on'ro
fhe sfage, enrered 'rhe gym fo 'rhe fheme
song. Following rhe pages were lhe king
and queen of each class. They were: Judy
Smifh and Dave McNary, sophomores: Har-
rier Shipley and Ernie Neiderman, juniors:
and Gary Diefmeier and Mary Ewalf, seniors,
who reigned fhe remaining parf of fhe
Sfyle show co-chairmen Jim Wrighf
and Luanne Swank narrafe as model
Molly Bolender looks on.
Affer The coronafion of fhe senior king and
queen, Mr. Evans announced fhe amounfs of
money rurned in by each class. The iuniors
led wirh 579518, followed by 'rhe sopho-
mores who had 556749, wifh fhe seniors
close behind wifh S56232, making a grand
loial of SI,925.99.
The enlire cas? of The variely show assembles for a final bow. The audience W05 Taller' On 5 Hslelqh Ride" bY The GTVS
Freeporl I-ligh Schools lirsl variery show, "Win+er
Wonderland," was held in The Junior High School
audilorium on February 2I and 22, l958, al 8:00
P.M., under The direciion of Miss Doroihy Nelson,
Millon Schollen and Ernesl Seeman.
The show was a success, wilh large audiences boih
nighis. The 'rwenly-live acis were varied, feaiuring
insirumenlals, orcheslralions, lap and Toe presenla-
lions, original monologues, sliils and The F.l-l.S. Boys'
and Girls' Glee Clubs, Mixed Chorus, ACappella
Choir and Orcheslra.
Some humorous highlighls oi The show were Blenda
Crummer as The rope puller, a slcir by The Boys' Glee
Club and original monologues by Darla Van Buslcirlc,
Barb Bauch and Sally Koppein.
The inslrurnenlals were by Anile Rocldewig, Dee-
Ann Dollich, Marilyn Millard, Ladine Benneini, John
Moerlc and Sieve Seeman.
Vocal numbers were presenied by Kaliopee Mala-
garis, singing "Tammy" and 'rwo "Rock and Roll"
numbers by The Rhylhm Rockers, slarring Janice
Jenner, Fred Bess, Ronnie Prasse, Gregg Widmer
and George Osborne.
Two dance numbers were presenled, a lap by John
Grail and a loe by Carol Lee and a Trampoline skil
by Francis Dyson and Earl l-liclcman.
This iirsi show was well-received and if is hoped
by The music deparimenr lo be ihe Tirsl of many
Panfcrfnis' Barr: Bauch :z'i1+ Kalcpee Ma agaris and
fri? Wi' Cf CYLJW
Rice-so Banda Crumw r a 3 "fee Jinn G'alT,
STUDENT TALENT SPARKLES IN "WINTER WONDERLANDH
The A Cappella Choir presenfed The glamorous "l Co
Have Danced All Night"
A s'anding Qvafien is given lo co-edifcrs Janel and
Kar as lhe '57 Polaris is revealed.
EDITORS OPEN 'TREASURE CHEST'
"Whal color will il be?'l "The co-edilors are
wearing blue and while. I bel lhose will be lhe
colors." "Do you know whal lhe lheme is?"
These are iusl a lew ol lhe remarks lhal were
heard on PQLARIS DAY, I957, as lhe sludenls came
lo school lhal Friday morning. Everyone was pre-
pared wilh aboul lhree pens or a bollle ol ink and
by noon, all lhe sludenls were anxious lo gel down
lo business. The lucky ones who had lunch lillh
period were lirsl in line as school was dismissed al
l:OO o'clock. Because ol rain, lhe gym was opened
and lhere were groups ol sludenls scallered all over
lhe lloor and bleachers.
Much lhoughl wenl inlo lhe bils ol prose wrillen
lhal day. Every one ol lhem had a special meaning
lo lhe boy or girl lo whom il was wrillen. The pages
marked "saved" lor your besl lriend may have been
aulographed by someone else. bul lhere were no
hard leelings because il really didn'l maller where
signalures were wrillen.
As we glance lhrough our POLARIS and read
each verse, we remember lhal day, and lhose
memories will slill be cherished 20 years lrom now
when we look back on POLARlS DAY, I957.
Hammered by rain, we galhered in lhe gym lo ex-
change iuicy bils cl orcse.
We vcppec -r 'he
around lo see lhe
oulslanding "F" of
lhe loolball division.
All lhe Polaris and Prelz slall
members, pasl and presenl, have
lo gel Miss CharrnIey's aulograph.
The lloor and bleachers made lernporary desks lor lhe allernoon
"All ready, kid?", ,
Jim asks Luanne. I .
GYM BLOSSOMS 'lNTO 'PARADISE'
Prom ..... I957. This day, May 29, slarled wilh
lhe magic singing of lhe robin and ended wilh many
beauliiul lhoughls for all who allended "Paradise
As our ship sailed lor lhe soulh seas, we found
rhe F. H. S. caleleria our deslinalion. Afler drop-
ping anchor, lhe Junior-Senior banquel, given by
lhe Class ol i58, was aboul 'ro gel under way wilh
'rhe Reverend Anlhony Landgral giving lhe invo-
The calieleria was lranslormed info a place of
beauly wirh a colorful bullerily-covered backdrop
behind lhe speakers' Table on lhe easl wall. All
columns had become palm lrees and flowers were
placed 'rhroughour rhe room. On +he fables were
black and green programs.
"Gee, I wish +hey'd hurry up and open lhe caleleria. l'm
Todd's speech brings laughler from all.
Todd and Dean head fhe way fhrough the inrricare sfeps of
lhe grand march.
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followed w"h fne weliome. Graduafmq senior Fred
Buslcer gave +he resccnse :cr his cfass ai'er which
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was lhe +heme oi lhe iunior icealrer, Genie Cava-
han. Beiween songs by 'he Boys Quarlelle and Gfrls
Ensemble came Linda S+efien, who voiced fre senfcr
viewpoint enlilled. "O Paradisel 0 Paradisel'
Voyaginq lo lhe nex+ isle, which was our qynn-
nasium, a bamboo hul and several small islands
came inlo view. This was our "Paradise lslef' Briqhl
colored birds and bulferllies formed a ceiling.
As we danced lo lhe music of Gus Fuhrman, The
almosphere of a lropical islahd seemed +o surround
us lilce a cloud of magic. All +oo soon came lhe fradi-
iional Grand March al midniqhl, led by Todd l-lines.
Fred Buslcer, and Their dales. Afler a while, she
island seemed +o iade away in fhe horizon.
l-lome we wenl, soon lo reappear in new ouliils.
ready lo allend a movie, "The Busler Kealon Sloryf'
pul on by lhe Freeporr businessmen. Brealclasf and
enlerlainmenl was held al The Veferans Memorial
Home slarling a+ 3:00 A.M.
Before we could calch our brealh, fhe Soulh
Seas seemed fo fade away in lhe misls of lime. As
our lives go on, we shall all loolc baclc +o lhe Few
wonderful hours we spenl on our Mparadise lsle.'
We a'l danced and dreamed fo lhe music of Gus Fuhrman.
Dancing sfops Temporarily as ihe crowd qafhers io view
a hai iam session.
Senior class presidenf Fred Buslcer, his dale Sue Sfro-
haclrer, iunior class presiden+ Todd Hines, his dafe and
lhe general co-chairman of the prom Ladine Benneff,
prom co-chairman Ronnie Prasse and his dale Sue
Schrader all sample fhe punch,
The grand march incorporales syrnmelry in ihe ilfunnel
As Luanne si... 'C change I
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"Thanks ic' 'ne s' saf' of'
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A salufe +o our flag marlced fhe end of our beginning.
WE'LL REMEMBER ALWAYS: GRADUATION DAY
Graduaiionl l+'s finally here. Bul' whal are our
fhoughrs as we walk down fhe aisle in our 'flowing
robes 'ro ihe beauliful, sralely sirains of "Pomp and
Circumsl'ance?" ls il' The beginning of 'rhe end or
fhe end of lhe beginning?
As we march clown +o receive our diploma, ihe
lcey To our fufure, evenis of our high school years
pass before us. We remember lhe carnivals, bul'
'rhere is a special place in our hearfs for "Le Tour
du Monde." There were hurried days when we had
lo ge'r 'rhe Prelz News our or wrire a Term paper.
We remember fondly The hours speni on "Meer Me
In S+. Louis" and "The Curious Savage", and how
can we ever forgel lhe lasl home looiball game?
I+ is wifh mixed and sad feelings 'rhaf we leave
FHS. No, il' is nor The beginning of fhe end, buf
rhe beginning of a new phase of our lives. Whefher
we are going on 'ro school, working, gelfing married,
or going info lhe service, we loolc baclc on our high
school days as lhree of 'rhe besi years of our lives.
Nervous anficipafion brings laugh-
fer from Fred and ihe gang.
Jane Ofson and Luanne Swank led 'rhe
eeders of the 58 class foo
I The ceremony! over, now we head +owards
e wr!! no? forget Hxougn we be far, far away," 1 ,ff marriage, and a brignfer fomorrow.
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