Galesburg High School - Reflector Yearbook (Galesburg, IL)
- Class of 1962
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Realizing that Galesburg was founded for the primary purpose of providing educa-
tional opportunities for the youth of the community, we can readily understand why
our public schools have played such an important part in Galesburg's Century
One hundred years ago-in l86l-Professor George Churchill founded the Gales-
burg public school system under a special charter of the Illinois Legislature.
Since that time, many changes have taken place in Galesburg High School. The
first GHS was located on the northwest corner of the Square where the Broadview
Hotel now stands. During the past century the school has occupied seven different
buildings and has grown into a three and a half million dollar building which houses over
ln the first school, a student would have been enrolled in a Latin-centered course
which was geared for college-bou-nd stu.dents This course included not only Latin but
also such subjects as geometry, physiology, and astronomy. Later, English and business
courses were added for those students who did not plan to attend college.
ln l887, Galesburg became the first school in Illinois to initiate manual training.
At first it was an extracurricular activity, but later it became a full credit subject.
Two years after the program started, the first "power" machine, a foot-operated wood
lathe, was installed.
ln I898, Galesburg High School had the beginnings of an athletic program. Foot-
ball and baseball teams had been organized, but the sport of basketball was not intro-
duced until later. ln addition to the athletic teams GHS had a Mandolin and Guitar
Club, a Teachers' Male Singing Quartet, and a Boys' Chorus.
How different things are now at GHS. ln modern times, the curriculum includes a
variety of courses. Students are able to prepare themselves not only for advanced work
in college, but also to go into the business world or to practice a special trade.
The extracurricular program includes not only athletics and musical activities but
also special interest groups in such fields as science, foreign language, art, journalism
During this Century of Progress of Galesburg High School many changes have taken
place. As we scan the record of the l96l-1962 school year we can appreciate the
advancement that has taken place.
Truant officers begin yearly stint.
Mr. Beck falls off his chair for the lst time this
Bobo the Magician presents lst SAA assembly.
"Man who jumps through window screen is likely
to strain himself."
Blossom Frrrump breaks scale in gym class.
Custer's last stand bought by Howard Johnson,
Mr. Self performs first lab experiment.
Insurance company refuses to pay for restoration
Fall play: "Arsenic and Old Lace."
Aldo Schmutz invents new delicacy: ltalian
Yo-Yo-one strand of spaghetti attached to a
End lst grading period.
Blossom receives stern reprimand from local con-
stabulary for stealing candy from 5-year-old
Halley's Comet visible today from 6 to I0 P. M.
in Irving Halley's driveway.
Mr. Flickinger forgets to push in his chair.
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The Dutchman attempts to save town: gets
finger stuck in water faucet.
Cache of Kleenexes discovered in Laurie Doyle's
End of Znd grading period.
Miss Frrrump breaks Santa's leg while trying to
tell him what she wants for Christmas.
Vocal Christmas concert.
Harlem Clobetrotters appear in gym.
Christmas vacation starts.
Christmas vacation ends.
Mr. Aitchison presents physics classes with more
Western Gymnastics Team presents Boys' Forum
End of first semester.
Barry Goldwater comes out for Rutherford B.
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Abraham Lincoln given purple polka-dot necktie
by wife on his birthday, I858.
Lincoln decides to grow beard, 1858.
Mr. Sullivan comes down with mononucleosis.
Bruce Lauerman receives a quantity of chiffon
dessert in his face.
"Li'l Abner" presented.
District Music Contest.
National Merit Exam.
Championship game of Regional Basketball Tour-
End of 4th grading period.
GAA Penny Prance.
Sectional Basketball Tournament.
Blossom blossoms into spring.
State Basketball Tournament.
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Blossom has her day.
National Honor Society Induction Ceremony.
State Speech Contest.
Marcia Callahan and Mrs. Hazelett attempt to
throw each other in the shower.
State M usic Contest.
Spring Vacation begins.
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Spring Play, "Anastastia."
Orchesis Show, "Memorable Moments in Mo-
Spring Formal, "Over the Rainbow."
State Golf, Track, and Field Tournaments.
Spring Concert-vocal groups.
American Kennel Club, led by Mr. Self, puts
down Boxer Rebellion, l899.
Memorial Day. Everybody remembers not to
come to school.
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takes Homeliving . . . GSL member . . . interested
"Shorty" . . . Secretary of Pep Club . . . member
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CSL member . . . interested in business
President of FHA . . . a choir member . . . plays
enjoys all assemblies . . . BF member
"June Bug" . . . RRSS member , . . sees nursing
in her future
plans to enter the business world . . . in CSL and
mechanics is his interest . . . SAA member
enjoys physics . . . "Andy" , . . in A Cappella
Dee . . . loves to drink Pepsi , . . avid basketball
in GSL . , , has a pleasant personality
Latin Club Senator . . . a future diplomat . .
RR.S.S. an everything it includes
"Pistol Grip" . . . collects money icoinsl
plays tennis . . . "Bangs" . . . future vocation as
an airline steavardess
"Beas" . . . Band president . . . plans to
interested in swimming . . . "Jeanie" . .
President SAA , , , NHS secretary . . .
. , dislikes semester tests ihistoryl
numismatist . . , belongs to Boys Forum
wants to be a housewife . . . dabbles in painting
DO participant . . . looks toward nursing . .
Daniel Bendixon ,
called "Side Pipe" . . . crazy about cars. . . future
career as a commercial artist
collects records . . . loves pizza . . . Pam . .
sweet as candy
plays the cello . . . wants to go to college
enjoys cars . . , loves anything that is edible
sees Cosmetology in her future . , . loves swim-
ming and dancing
plans to be a nurse . , , member of choir . .
hates report cards . . . great musician . . . plays
Red . . . philatelist . . . likes sports and cherry
likes dragging ldragging what?l . . . is a member
petite . . , takes home economics . . . nice smile
, . . likes records
"Dot" . . . plans to be a hospital aide . . . likes
known as George . . . on the Budget staff . . .
loves her advisory . . . crazy
"Farmer" . . . plays football and basketball . .
loves advisory time
interested in nursing . . . likes to read
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Julie . . . member of NHS and Cirls' Octet . .
wants to teach . , .
likes swimming . . . vocation undecided . . . a
member of GSL
interested in cars , . likes malts
"d.B." . , . member of SAA and CSL . . . likes
"Shoes" . . . wants to be a housewife in Hawaii
takes printing . . . likes anything edible
electrical personality , . . a member of Boys
participates in DO. . . "Gus" . . . hates liver
in Boys Octet . . enjoys sleeping under Mr.
Aitchison's desk . . . craves intramurals . . . a
likes science fiction . , . wants to loin the armed
service . . . enjoys wrestling
adores clean lockers and pickled pigs . . . "Bog"
. . . treasurer of NHS . . . allergic fo pizza . . .
on Senior Council
likes records and dancing . . . a favorite is
banana cream pie
enjoys sports and fixing cars . . . adores food
, . . radio broadcaster in future
belongs to Boys Forum . . . plays football , .
wants to join Air Force
"Alfie" . . . copy editor of Reflector . . . member
of Nl-iS . . . plans to teach
likes sports . . . a member of "G" Club . . . wants
to enter a trade school
Girls' Octet . . . hates people who make a moun-
rtiin out of a mole hill . . . loves sports . . . Daisy
alias "Tiny" . . . interested in business
"Soupy" . . . enjoys fishing . . . interested in cars
a member of Boys Octet . , . Senior class presi-
dent . . . wants to be a psychologist . . .Li'l
a member of choir . . . loves spinach
"Rover" . . . dislikes overbearing people , .
plays basketball . . . collects coins . . . likes to
eat sour apples
Foreign exchange student from Holland . . . hates
to be asked if he is German . . . likes dramatics
plans to enter the army . . . likes food . . . inter-
ested in cars
Secretary of FHA . . , a member of Senior
Council . . . bowling is a favorite pastime
likes to eat waffles . . . has a nice smile
nicknamed "Skylark" . . . his pet peeve is lack of
participates in DE and plans to go into retail
selling . . , his pet peeve is high school students
who don't act their age
plans to work , , , works on cars . . . loves dill
hopes to be a housewife . . . member of GSL
. . . loves cake
GSL member . . , enjoys drawing and painting
sees a future in beauty culture . . . "Curly" . .
supporter of Pep Club
hopes to be an airplane or automotive mechanic
. . , known as "Cobby" . . . enjoys target shooting
active in CSL and SAA . . . enjoys swimming
and dancing in her spare time
"Betti-Lou" . . . hates conceited people . .
bowling is her favorite hobby
has college plans . . . likes swimming and golf
. . . member of A Cappella Choir . . . loves
pickles and ice cream . . . R.R.S.S.
Linda Craig .
member of FHA . . , loves bowling . . . pet
peeve-people cracking their knuckles
GSL representative . . . likes to paint . . . plans
to become executive secretary
"Jody" . . . hates fat, flabby PE teachers . . .
plans to be an X-ray technician
pet peeve-semester tests . . . Budget staff
member . , . sees her future in education
claims no nickname . . . loves scalloped potatoes
R. Thomas Daniel
known as "Rick" . . . hopes to be a radio repair-
man , . . loves to tinker with cars
active in FTA . . . hates people who copy . . .
interested in music and sports
sings in the choir and Girls' Octet . . . plans to
be a P.E, teacher
sees a future in education , . , member of French
Club . . . loves bubble gum
goes for the "arts" . , expert at Mercuries . . .
president of Boys' Forum , , , sings in Boys' Octet
farmer . . , likes fast cars
hates bubbles that burst . . , voluminous writer
. . . wants to be a nurse . . . Royal Rodent
nickname of Daws . . . enjoys pastime of skating
. . . has an aversion to tests
industrious photographer . , . "Flush" . . . wants
to be an analytical chemist
looks toward the medical field as a nurse . . .
likes the water . . . SAA and C-Sl.
"Doggie" . . . wants to be an Army and RR.
engineer . . . collects stamps
interested in the Air Force . . . "Lizard" . .
likes to dance . . . favorite pastime is roller
Senior Leader . . . pep club . . ."Vic" . , . collects
likes sports . . . undecided vocational plans . . .
wears pink lipstick . , . likes food , . . fun
"Tank" . . . jazz fan . . . loves Blue Island pizza
GSL member . . . enjoys dancing . . . likes to
collect money . . , "Eggie"
Sin s in A Ca ella Choir . . "Red" GSL
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lookatoyvard secretarial work . . . enioys skating
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wants to manage a restaurant . . . enthralled over
"Louie" . . . on CAA board . . . collects Kleenex
boxes . . . student council
member of Boys Forum . . . wants to be a
mechanic . . . likes hot rods
representative for Student Council . . . "Punk"
. . . likes sports
FHA member . . . nursing appeals to her . . .
enjoys volunteer hospital work . . . CSL member
. . . wants to be a teacher
participates in DO . . . "Cr" Club member . . .
Apassionata . . . sings in A Cappella Choir . . .
secretary of GSL
member of A Cappella Choir . , . a charter Ricky
Rat , . . expert curb jumper . . . loves butter
called "Barrel" . . . wants to go into a nuclear
drives a Renault . . . member of DE . . . Danny
member of A Cappella Choir . . , Little John . . .
loves report cards
likes Italian food . . . French student . . . enjoys
plays in the band . . . likes to play pool . . . inter-
ested iri electrical engineering
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future field-education . . . Stage Call member
"Candy" . . . dislikes know-it-alls who can't be
told different . . . likes to sew
likes intramural basketball . . . future interest is
the Air Force
loves fried chicken . . , nicknamed Butch
adores bowling . . . dislikes nosy people
likes to dabble in chemistry . . . tuture career in
the armed service
interested in business . , , enjoys home economics
pet peeve-sophs who don't believe in Santa . . .
member ot FTA . . . very active in CAA
member ot the band . . . hates people who talk
in assemblies , . . plans to go to college
known as "Dodie" . . . head majorette . . . NHS
A . on Senior Council
familiar to all on the sandlot . . . loves astronomy
, . . and works with ham radio
George Fitch patrick
"Rusty" . . , is a member of Boys' Forum . .
"G" Club member
hopes to be a private secretary . . . avid radio fan
likes art . . . sweet personality
crazy about intramural basketball . , , plays golf
. . plans include engineering
known as "Fuzzy" . . . his future is undecided
. . . loves barbecued raccoon
"Chuck" . . . pet peeve-five year olds . . . active
in Boys' Forum . . . plans to go to college
known as "Wong" to everyone . . . an athletic
manager . . sees a future in the service
nickname is "Larry" . . . collects coins . . . hopes
to enter electronics as a vocation
loves to eat anything that's edible . . . active as a
senior leader . , . hates to get up early
Red Cross volunteer , . . likes cooking and baking
, . , dislikes lots of homework
hates big purses . . . loves to eat popcorn and
buy clothes . . , Student Council representative
collects horse figurines . . . takes part in IOOA
. . . likes swimming
enjoys fishing . . . known as "Butch" to her
friends . . . plans to be a clerical worker
nickname is "C-oad" . . . enjoys intramurals . . .
plans his future in raisin picking
hopes to be a private secretary . . . member of
FTA . . . loves to eat
"Luigi" . . . thinks the lunch hour is too short
. . . hopes to be a dress designer
Budget editor . . . member of NHS . . . on varsity
debate squad . . . plans a future in chemistry or
known as "Vanguard" . . . sees his future in avia-
tion . . . enjoys sports
hates gum poppers . . . member of Orchesis . . .
loves to travel
works on stage lighting . . . enioys teen hops . . .
the sea lures him . . . member of SAA . . . loves
archery and fishing
"Hawkeye" , . . plans his future in agricultural
engineering , . . hates talkative sophomores
active as a senior leader . . . loves roller skating
per peeve-not enough homework . . . member
of Boys Forum A . . enjoys fishing
"Dolly" . . . hates rib ticklers . . . wants to be a
'Qt r F ...
known as "Yogi" or "Bouncer" . . . has college
plans . . . loves basketball
member of GSL . . , loves stewed pigs' feet
hates noisy eaters . . . member of Student Coun-
cil . . . plans to work after graduation
has college plans . . . "Bubbles" hates to be hit
on the head . . . tall
hobbies are making money and driving , . . wants
to be an agricultural engineer . . , nickname is
known as "Tooti" . . . active in Pep Club . , .
sees a future in secretarial work
plans her future as an X-ray technician . . . takes
part in DO . . . member of Thespians . . . likes
to talk on the phone
expects to enter nurses training after graduation
. . . president of FTA . . , hates cluttered purses
her friends call her Joy . . , hates sloppy people
loves to water ski and knit . . . plans to go to
college . . . active as a varsity cheerleader
nickname is "Owl" . . . loves to water ski and
hunt lhunt what?J
has red hair . . . member of CSL
i 'J u as Ani
"l-lilgee" . . . dislikes walking his girl home on a
cold day . . . wants to go into refrigeration . . .
on the wrestling squad
likes water skiing . . . "Terror" . . . is interested
member of CSL . . . sweet personality
Boys Octet , . , Boys Forum officer
"anchors away" is future plans . enjoys sports
Cherie . . . Orchesis member , , , participates in
hates crowded school buses . , . wants to attend
plays basketball . . . would like to be a state
called "Rufus" . . . loves to knit . . . active in
eats salads . . . GSL cabinet member . . . ice
plans to be a farmer . . . loves to hunt and fish
. . . member of FFA
future as a cosmetician , . . on Budget staff . . .
a member of Boys Forum . . . likes to fly
likes sports . . . a friendly person
loves to skate . . , plans to be a clerk . . . SAA
vice president of CSL . , . member of German
Club . . . loves tennis . . , a great girl
loves l?l school lunches . . . wants to be a house-
wife or a beauty operator . . . enjoys ice cream
E. Kristine Johann
dislikes crowded halls . . , "Tina" . . . a regular
Student Council member , . . wants to go into
airline work . . , GAA . . . Orchesis
a future architect . . . Harmoneers and Choir . , ,
member of Fl-lA . . . French Club . . . future
includes Calesburg Beauty School . . . bowling is
a favorite . , . hates oysters
present owner of the Brooklyn Bridge . . . FHA
. , , in French Club
"l never pet -peevesg l prefer girls" . . . plays a
cool horn . . , intramural participant
looks to future in government service or law . . .
tennis champ l?l . . . a band member
a "C" Club member . . . likes to hunt . . . plays
it's the "call of the sea" after high school . .
likes shop work
known as "Dog Biscuit" l?l . . . member of Latin
Club . . . hates noisy study halls
Boys Forum and SAA member . . . likes cars . . .
hopes to be a mechanic
called Art . . favorite pastime is sleeping in
likes to play golf . . . his pet peeve includes
advisors who don't believe his excuses
likes to dance . . . enjoys sewing . . , plans to go
into the business field
"Slim" . . . in Boys Forum , . . future undecided
active in sports . . . plans to enter college ROTC
, . , nicknamed Pocahontas
likes horses . . . sees future as a secretary . . .
president of Future Distributors . . , member of
likes sports , . ,member of "G" Club . . plans to
Kay A . , wants to be a teacher . . . loves to knit
. . . hates people who "cut up" in the lunch line
Willa Dean Klinck
Deariie . . , intends to go to airline school . .
member of CSL and SAA
hates to make unnecessary trips . . , member of
Boys Octet and choir , . . leisure time spent
sings alto in A Cappella choir , , , member of
C-SL , . , likes pizza
"Senator" . . . treasurer of Student Council , . .
nickname is "Proxy" , , . copy editor of the
Budget . , , on Senior Council
active in A Cappella choir , , . has a fire engine
red Model A Ford . A , campus bound
"Bobo" . , , active in dramatics and choir . ,
wants to enter the medical field
known as "Shari" . . 4 in French Club , 4 . GSL
member , . . active as a senior leader
loves the cafeteria's lemon chiffon pie , , , mem-
ber of National Thespians . . . affectionately
known as "Teddy" . , . wants to enter the Coast
enjoys music . . . future plans include secretarial
work . . . CSL member
president of Stage Call . . . A Cappella choir
member . . , sees her future in speech therapy
likes horses , A , plans to go to college
reporter for the Budget . . . "Rocking Richard"
. . . likes athletics
a rrgember of CSL , . , has a fancy tor strange
member of IOOA . . , participates in GSL . . .
likes music . . . on Senior Council
interested in cars . . . active in Boys' Forum . .
"Stub" . . . would like to be a printer . . . likes
to work with cars
member of G.S.L ..., interested in business . .
likes to eat
enjoys dancing . . . active in IOOA , . . wants
to be an airline hostess or beauty operator
enjoys football . . . "Ci" Club member . . , dislikes
late lunch period
loves to play bridge . , . drives a convertible . . .
favorite hobby is eating
president of German Club . . . member of Pasteur
Society . . . in NHS . , . plans to be an engineer
"Micky" . . . active in choir and Boys Octet . . .
a Student Council member
participates in DO . . . a member of Boys' Forum
. . . enjoys mechanics
plans to go lgo where?l . . . likes all sports . . .
loves pizza . . . Dennis
interested in beautician work . . . her pet peeve
is exams . . . member of GSL and SAA
"Rog" . . . a member of FFA . . . wants to go
into the Air Force
plans to be a commercial artist . . , "Quick
Draw" . . . in A Cappella Choir
in Boys' Forum . . . has a hobby of cars . . . par-
licipaies in sports
plans to be a mechanic . . . "Maggie" . . , likes
to hunt . . . enjoys working on cars
hopes to become an auto mechanic . . . likes to
active in C-AA . . . Mary Lou . . . her pet peeve
is being called Mary Lou
treasurer of French Club A . . "Marlenus" ,
likes to horseback ride
likes to read and draw . . , in CSL . . . a friendly
future undecided . , . a favorite food is swiss
"Mouse" . . . likes golf and swimming . . . a
member of GAA
loves to toboggan . . . editor of the Reflector . . .
"I could swear Kennedy was on that trainl" . . .
president of NHS
in liep Club . . . CSL member . . . has a friendly
hates having flat tires . . . wants to be a baker
. . . "Rudy"
member of CAA and French Club . . . "Mike"
. . , dislikes Coach Thiel threatening to flunk her
in DO . . . wants to be a steamfitter . . . likes
to hunt and fish
likes wrestling and swimming . . . wants to work
on the railroad
cheerleader . . , active in GAA and Senior
Council . . . "Ginger" . . . campus bound
"lviinkle" . . . N,H,S. and "G" Club member . . .
in A Cappella choir . . 4 wants to enter a vocation
wants to be a Spanish or typing teacher , . . mem-
ber of Pep Club . . . likes records and dancing
"Mase" . . , wants a career in communications in
the navy . . . in DO
in DE . . . GSL member . . . plans to be a
John Michael Miles
business manager of the Budget . . . likes chess
and golf . . . wants to enter the field of veteri-
nary medicine , . . hates drivers who don't use
"Stretch" . . . NHS and CSL Cabinet member
. . . hates people who call her "Stretch"
likes sports , . . future vocation as a chive raiser
GAA member . . . "Mitch" . . . wants to be a
dental hygienist . . . hates people who sneeze
wants to be a mechanical engineer . . . enioys
Sandy Sue Monzo
interested in the business field . . . pleasant
"G" Club member . , . Mort . , . intends to go to
SAA and GAA member . . . would like to be
future vocation as a railroad clerk . . . "Elmer"
wants to be a teacher . . . FHA member . .
"Wall" . . . likes baseball and hunting . . . plans
to teach shop
has a quiet disposition , . "Lo-Lo"
likes to throw parties , . . outstanding in his field
. . . "Noel"
hates to be rushed . . A wants to be a doctor . , .
member of "G" Club , 4 4 in football and wrestling
active member of GAA , , . "Betsy" . . . wants
'ro be a teacher
interested in business . . . skating is a favorite
sloppiness is her pet peeve . . . in DE . , . plans
to be a secretary
enioys dancing , . , likes to travel and play base- X
ball . . , future undecided
coin collecting is a hobby . . . surprise tests are
his pet peeves . . . future plans are in civil
enjoys dancing . . . GSL member . . . sees future
as a sales clerk
president of Art Club . . . enjoys skiing . . . plans
to be an art teacher
plays basketball . . . "Swede" . . . plans to attend
in Senior Council . . . FTA member . . . likes to
bowl . . . is a senior leader
plans to be a farmer . . . hates snow
belongs to GSL . . . sees future in selling . . . DE
Pat . . . bowling is her favorite pastime . . . in
Pep Club and GSL
on Budget staff , . , Student Council . . . "Poca-
hontas" . . . CAA. . .plans to be an airline hostess
leisure time spent bowling . . . hopes to be IBM
operator . . . in Pep Club
in DE . . . "Red" . . , plans to go into wholesale
"Parkie" . , . wants to go into West Point or law
A . . hobbies include chess and coin collecting
wants to be called Sue, not Susie . . . likes to
sew. . , in CSL
hates rain and snow , . . intends to be a pharma-
FHA member . . . Lori . . . wants to be a dental
treasurer of Band . . . in Orchesis . . . future
plans are music or art
plays in the band , . . likes to bowl , . . a mem-
ber of FHA and Pep Club
Student Council representative . . . DE secretary
. . . plans to be an Alaskan mermaid
wants to be a receptionist , , , sometimes called
in band . . . likes to horseback ride and skate . . .
plans to be a nurse
enjoys swimming in spare time . . . "Lloyd" . .
participates in intramurals
plays intramural basketball . . . "Greasy" . .
participates in DO
Sharon Reuter R
member of Ciirls Octet . . . in A Cappella Choir ,,,
. . . an usherette . . . sometimes called Sherry X
wants to be a nurse . . . spare time is spent
bowling and swimming
participates in DE . . . future vocation
Judith Colleen Roberts
"Coke" . . . in A Cappella Choir . . .
leadership . . . hates morning classes
enjoys water skiing and swimming . . .
. . . wants to be a math teacher
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as a clerk
"C" Club president . , . on Senior Council . .
football and wrestling are favorite sports . .
enjoys playing baseball and basketball . . . hopes
to be a coach
on the Budget staff . . , in Pep Club . , . likes to
write . . . loves jazz
plans to be an airline reservationist , . . hates
show-offs . . . enjoys reading
in A Cappella Choir , . . future includes becom-
ing a secretary . , . hates to have people ask,
"What is it?"
a maiorette . . . member of GSL . . , likes to
listen to records
"Tiger" . . . plans to become a businessman . . .
his pet peeve is sophomores
a member of "G" Club . . . "Ike" . . . takes part
in football and track
F,H,A. member . . . plans to be a secretary . . .
nicknamed Whitey . . . sees his vocation as a
forester . . . likes to hunt and fish
likes ice skating . . . "Jack" . . . is a lab assistant
in IOOA. . , likes to swim and bowl
Student Council member . . . plays intramurals
. . . future vocation as a teacher
hopes to be a beautician , . . member of C-SL
. . . "Rolly May"
plans to become a mechanic , 4 . likes shrimp
hates late buses on cold mornings . . . in "C-"
Club . . . takes part in cross-country
petite . . . present interest business . . . likesyto
Prilly . . . president of C-SL and Thespians . . .
secretary of French Club . . . loves to knit
in Nl-lS and Latin Club . . . dislikes people who
tell her she has plenty of time . . . likes to horse-
enioys drinking diluted water . . . likes CSL
Latin Club member . . . hates to wait for people
who are always late . . . likes photography
GSL member at large . . . in Stage Call and
Science Club . . . CAA board member . . . wants
to go into medicine
sees her future in airline work . . . in GSL and
participates in track and football . . . "Mule" . . .
Student Council member . . . in Boys' Forum
in IOOA . . . "Nitie" , . . likes to skate . .
member of CSL
plans to be an artist . . . is a member of art club
. . . "Doug"
a student council representative . . . likes to
draw , 4 r plans to go into the air force
in Orchesis and French Club . . . "Shives" . .
likes to water ski
"Skip" , , , wants to go into the navy
future vocation is navy . . . "Schrageal"
enjoys tap dancing , . , in GAA . . . a future
"Reita" . , , plans to attend Brown's Business
likes to build model airplanes , . . enioys sketch-
ing . . , Air Force bound
member of Fl-IA . . . Lynn . . . collects stuffed
animals . . . Pep Club member
Howie , . . Boys' Octet member . . . on Senior
Council A , , in A Cappella Choir. , A General . . ,
future in medicine
likes to read . . . Pep Club , , . plans to be a
usually called Mary , . . NHS member . . . in
Latin and German Clubs . . . plays ping-pong
"Sparky' . . . in IOOA and FTA . . . likes to roller
president of IOOA . , , a future secretary . ,
Stu . . . intends to go into the Navy . . . likes to
hunt and swim
in GSL , . , friends call her Jo Ann . . , likes to
member of NHS . . . in Girls' Octet , . , on Senior
Council . . . hates pessimists
a 3, .
Linda Ann Stroops
likes to horseback ride . . . plans include being a
dances for fun . . . CSL member , . . likes picnics
, . . would enjoy owning the Taj Mahal
on Student Council , . , Nan . . , NHS member
. , . collects tropical fish . . , hates to sit in
in Girls Octet . . , a maiorette . . . Orchesis
sees future as a secretary . . . in CSL . . . likes
to write letters
in A Cappella Choir , , . favorite pastime is
sleeping , , . likes cooking and sewing
enjoys water skiing in his leisure time . . . in DE
Pancake Queen . . . likes chocolate covered bee's
enjoys drawing . . . plans to be an artist
loves to eat and dance . , , sometimes called
expert on the subject ot Federal aid to education
. . . likes home economics
loves pizza a la mode . . . in CSL . . . likes
spends leisure time bowling . . . likes model cars
likes candy , . . owns a kangaroo . . . enjoys
treasurer of IOOA . . . SAA representative . . .
her pet peeve is liars
consumes pizza . . . is looking for the abominable
snowman . . . plays pool
DAR award winner . . . treasurer of GSL . . .
on Senior Council . , . secretary-treasurer of FTA
. . . ice skates
a real wit . , . enjoys knitting. . . in GSL
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plays the zither . . , likes cars , . . Boys' Forum
in NHS . . . participates in choir , , , FHA
member . . . loves to read and sew
in Latin Club . . . likes to horseback ride . . .
hopes to be a psychiatrist
known as "Frog" . . . hates people who leave
gum in water fountains . . . participates in intra-
likes Italian food . . . disassembles cars . .
likes sports . . . in Boys' Forum . . . loves lunch
interested in science . . . his ambition is to ride
a giraffe . . . in Boys' Forum
enjoys all sports . . . dancing is a pastime . .
likes strawberry shortcake
in Fl-IA . . , volunteer Red Cross worker . . . has
a pleasant smile
plans to either work or enter business school . .
a majorette . , . "Nance" , . , in FTA and GAA
"Tuck" . , . plays basketball . , , winning per-
sonality . . A dyes his eyes blue
in DO . , . hopes to be a mechanic
likes to dance . . . collects records . . . hopes to
be a kindergarten teacher
a member of "C" Club . . . "Jo-Jo" . . . takes
part in football and wrestling
Judith Van Dell
in choir . . . doesn't like exams for seniors . . .
hopes to be a teacher
"Becky" , , , plans include college . . . a major-
in Orchesis . , . called "Windy" . . , IOOA
in Pep Club , . , "Bon-Bon" . . . likes to bowl in
her spare time
president of FFA 4 . . in Boys' Forum . . . plans to
go into agriculture
Student Council secretary . . .treasurer of GAA
, , Marty , . . future vocation in dental hygiene
Windy . . , vice president of NHS . . . in stage
call . . . enjoys football
plays basketball . . .
"Cr" Club member , . ,
Whitey . . . "G" Club
Willie . . . takes part in
Pep Club member . . . collects records . . , wants
to be a beautician
likes sports 4 . . wants to go to airline school . . .
likes to swim . , . wants to be a nightclub owner
charming personality . . . in GSL , . . has a
banana seed bird feeder
"Red" . . . wants to be an author illustrator . , .
has a hobby of training horses .
in FHA . . . likes to read . . . plans to be a nurse
. . . enjoys sewing
wants to be a machinist . . . "Speedy" , . , likes
sees his future vocation in the Air Force . .
called Woody by his friends . , . in Boys' Forum
loyes to travel . . , future vocation as a printer
"lvl D." . . . a future photographer . . . enjoys
listening to stereo in his spare time
in CSI. and SAA . , , her pet peeye is people whO t
rl-:rn'l use turn signals when driving
"Bubbles" . . . NHS member . . . sometimes
called Wrinkles . A . feature editor of the Budget
called "Xmister" . . . on the Budget staff , . .
wants to be a minister Q
enioys sports . . . plans to become a draftsman
"Deb" . . , in Thespians . . takes part in speech
contests , . . wants to be a police detective
has a hobby of collecting records . enioys
bowling in her spare time
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Although our centennial year was marked by many "firsts" and "biggests" probably the
biggest first was our participation in the American Field Service's foreign exchange student
program. An atmosphere of good cheer and international understanding reached a new peak
with the warm heart and friendly smile of Rolf Carriere, our exchange student from l-lolland.
Cl-lS students learned much about customs and concepts in the European hemisphere, and
mutually, Rolf will be able to carry back to l-lolland a more accurate picture of America.
It is impossible for me to express how
grateful l am for the opportunity which was
given me through the American Field Service
to stay here in Galesburg and to attend
Galesburg Senior High School for a school
It is due to AFS that l am able to correct
the many false impressions of America which
l had before l came. lt was my understand-
ing, promoted by American movies and tour-
ists, that every American would own at least
three cars and two television setsg another
impression was that all Americans would be
stubborn businessmen, "sitting on their
money." On the contrary I found wonderful
people, working hard to earn a good living.
When l go back I will try to explain the
differences in the manner of living between
the United States and the Netherlands so
that there will indeed be more understanding
between the nations, which is the basis for
peace in the world.
Especially l want to thank all the students,
the faculty members and the AFS Chapter
members for all the efforts they made to
make this year one of the richest and most
rewarding experiences in my life,
Happy Birthday, Rolf!
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Front row: R. Shunick, J. Barnstead, S. Reuter, V. Shelley, J. Bohman, T. Gunther, S. Sage, L. Stinson, R Johnson V Smith Second
row: J. Webb, M. Goodman, J. Hill, P. Fackler, M. Johnson, S. Lawrence, J. Davis, R. Clausen, N. Genslnl J Holmes Third row
T. Miles, J. Cebert, M. Eik, C. Roberts, J. Hintz, M. Callahan, M. Huddle, C. Bailey, B. Tomlin, R. Johnson B Lengh Fourth
row: L. Ramsey, S. Rigg, C. Henning. P. Bledsoe, K. Sward, L. Weaver, L. Unger, D. Catlin, S. Minteer, D Mariner
A CAPPELLA CHCIR
Our candidate for the
SPEBSQSA is the Boys' Oc-
tet, whose harmonizing won
them a superior rating at
the district music contest.
Can we ever forget when
the Boys' Octet sang for the
cheerleaders at the Naper-
ville basketball game?
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First row: B. Tucker, D. Bradley, B. Kobusch, C. Horn, M. DeWitt, D. Bettisworth, P. Sanville, M. Way, J. Crowell, N. Swanson,
B. Urban, D. Davis. Second row: D. Anderson, F. Gattermeir, B. Moberg, D. McGrew, B. VanFleet, B. Larson, M. Mallin, C. Miner,
M. Rigg, L. Rylander, D. Davis, P. Ahline. Third row: L. Stewart, R. Black, K. Leasure, J. Doershuck, D. Ericson, S. O'Dean, M.
McCullough, B. Erickson, H. Stinson, S. Johnson, V. Shafer, J. Pico. Fourth row: D. Hanson, D. Bryant, M. Lanier, B. Rose, H. Stamm,
L. Johnson, A. Behrents, M. Carson, K. Jagow, N. Majors, L. Catlin, J. Williams, J. VanDell.
The versatility of the Choir vvas shovvn when they appeared in the ragged Clothes ot
typical Dogpatchers in the presentation ot "Li'l Abner." They responded equally well to
Mr. I-legg's direction vvhile singing the deeply religious Latin verses of Cantate Domino at
Christmas. Throughout the year the choir has appeared not only at various school assemblies
but at numerous civic events.
We loved the Girls' Octet
when they sang "Hello,
Young Lovers" at the Home-
coming Dance. ln the Re-
flectavue, they sang one of
their favorite songs: "Birth
of the Blues." "Fa Una
Canzone' brings back mem-
ories of the district music
contest when they won a
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Front row: M. DeWitt, V. Smith, R. Moberg, D. McGrew, W. Kobusch, G. Horn. Second row: R. Carlson, J
Anderson, S. Minteer, D. Bryant, R. Tulin, J. Parker, Third row: S. Sage, D. Catlin, D. Anderson, R. Carriere
D. Bradley, M. McCullough. Fourth row: W. Van Fleet, T. Tulin, W. Tomlin, D. Hanson, H. Stamm, L. Johnson
This fine group of enthusiastic boys,
under the direction of Mr, Hegg, enjoyed
harmonizing three times a week as they
rehearsed and appeared in musical produc-
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Front row: K. Colclasure, S. Peacock, K. Lundeen, S. Atkinson, E. Snarr, M. Goshart, P. Godsil, B. Johnson, P. Gemmel,
J. Reed, J. Johnson, S. Enlow, A. Harper, M. Newcomer, C. Catlin. Second row: V. Strawn, N. Palmer, S. Rosen-
berg, D. Cooke, B. Graham, C. Jacobson, B. Weaver, M. Stevens, B. Davis, G. Malone, M. Beamer, S. Tracy, J.
Burquin, J. Hodgson, S. Franklin. Third row: S. Glas, K. Watkins, R. Bangs, M. Sullivan, L. Alderman, G. Park,
V. Conyo, S. Sargent, J. Dugger, J. Thrailkill, M. Anderson, K. Parr, B. Lindberg, E. Renniks, E. Schliefer. Fourth
row: K. Lammerts, M. Blixt, S. Racovski, T. Gardner, L. Lashbrook, H. Tennant, L. Eaves, L. Kirkpatrick, M.
Stillwell, C. Rexroat, N. Anderson, J. Wallace, T. Lester, S. Swise, M. Sward.
GIRLS' GLEE CLUB
Visitors to our halls during sixth
hour might have heard soprano and alto
voices blending together as the Girls'
Glee Club rehearsed.
The "in" group of GHS in 1898 was
the incomparable Mandolin and Guitar
Club, which was no doubt very popular.
My, how times have changed!
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Performing what seemed
like magic with their silver
wands, the maiorettes have
led the band proudly in pa-
rades and at football games.
They're sharp! That's what
we said about the Trumpeteers
when the clear rhythmic notes
of the William Tell Overture
reached a climax with the shout
of "Hi-yo, Silver! Away."
D. Johnson D. Wilmoth
Front row: 5. Elam, R. Downard, W. Carter, A. Fields, R. Nelson, E. Scheifer. Second row: B. Lindberg, N. Parrish, L. Stegall
A. Johnson, L. Brown, J. Moore, T. Noecker, L. Peterson. Third row: Mr. Lantz, L. Baughman, S. Morrison, M. Beamer, D. Brewer
These eighteen members of the orchestra enjoy combining their
musical talents tvvice a vveek during the sixth period. They have made
appearances at various grade schools throughout the city and participated
in the Mississippi Valley Orchestra Festival in Rochelle, Illinois.
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Front row: D. Bettisworth, S. Weber, R. Alps, M. Beamer, A Johnson. Second row: R. Epperson, R. Shunick, R. Hunt, D. Rudman
C. Price, S. Simmerman, B. Lindberg, N. Parrish. Third row: M. Schwartz, J. Hodgson, M. Smith, D. Magnison, J. Johnson, L. Stegall
C. Hallberg, J. Crayton, R. Harris, N. Jennings. Fourth row: M. Pilcher, B. Rhodes, J. Beasley, M. Murphy, J. Broadhead, P. Adams
S. Morrison, G. Rosine, D. Beamer.
Remember seeing our quick-stepping band in neatly dressed rows of
blue and silver as they marched out on the football field at halt-time?
The band represents Cl-lS well, whether they march in parades or play
at other schools on one of their many trips.
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Front row: S. Sage, B. Robinson, K. Zuck, S. Perschnick. Second row: R. White, G. Stairwalt, M. Sward, S. Gaffney, R
Morton, J. Moore, T. Noecker. Third row: D. Johnson, D. Swanson, J. Davis, J. Delawder, R. Dean, L. Rowley, R. Ekstrom
A. Smith, S. -Wagher. Fourth row: D. Uhlmann, M. Sharick, S. Ruller, B. Bishop, W. Worley, L. Brown, T. Ezzo, L. James, J
Johnson, D. Wilmoth, D. Johnson. Fifth row: Mr. Lantz. '
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M. Fite. Row 2: J. Stewart, N
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son, M. Cunningham, J. Bur-
quin, V. Strawn, H. Samuelson
J. Scott, Y. Vargas. Row 2
D. Schiewitz, M. Johnson, C
Humes, S. Enlow, J. Schrader.
D. Reinschmidt, B. Weaver, J
Dugger, D. Palmgren. Row 3:
C. Jacobsen, J. Thrailkill, B.
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kinson, S. Dalton, M. Stevens.
Through the theme, "A Century of Progress," the staff of the i962
Reflector has worked zealously to achieve a finished product that we
hope the student body will enjoy. The challenge -of this theme has kept
the staff busy in gathering facts, pictures, and art work to compile this
book. Working on the Reflector has been a truly valuable experience
for the staff members, who have sincerely tried to make the Reflector
a Worthwhile contribution to the heritage of Cl-lS.
Row 1: R. Carriere, S. Larson lTreas.l, W. Westfall lPres.l, M. Way lSec.l, D. Catlin lV. Pres.l. Row 2: V. Eck, S. Pinckney,
J. Johnson, R. James, M. McCullough, R. Harris. Row 3: L. Doyle, M. Dameron, S. Reuter, L. Ostrom, H. Stinson, D. Fish. Row 4:
L. Muck, A. Behrents, J. Gensini, N. Suydam, D. Rodgers.
SENIOR STUDENT COUNCIL MEMBERS
Who would have guessed in H362 that Cl-lS would ever have an international student body?
A chief factor in bringing the'AFS program and an exchange student to Cl-lS in l962 was the
Student Council. By industriously promoting AFS and sponsoring various activities to raise
the necessary funds, the Student Council added new zest to our school life. Everyone remem-
bers the Homecoming dance, the Winter Formal, "Blue Reflections," and the fun nights given
by the Council. l-lowever, we should not forget the small services rendered to the school-a
clock in the cafeteria and a new handle on the drinking fountain in the upstairs hall,
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Front row: T, Guardalabcne, C. Landes, B. Carlson, M. Ator, J. Pico, N. Maiors, V. Shelly, P. Mendez. Second row: R. Anderson,
C. Nelson, B. Erickson, P. Dawdy, J. Pumphrey, D. Cooke, J. Harvey, J. Humes. Third row: C. Jacobson, N. Gensini, G. Denisar,
L. Kirkpatrick, J. Eyre, L. Stegall, V. Smith.
JUNIORS AND SOPHOMORES
First row: C. Polson, J. Shrader, R. Nelson, H. Fessler. Second row: K.
Rodgers, P. Benson, S. Strawn, S. McGraw. Third row: R. Callahan, C. Wicks,
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Front row: A. Behrents lsec.l, C. Clay, R. Lengh, M. Buncher ltreas.l, J. Bohman, M. Southwell. Second row: W. Westfall lv.
pres.l, A. Carlson, D. McCreight, C. Henning, M. Hamilton, B. Urban lmarshall.
The officers of Nl-lS had the honor ot presiding over the first
induction ceremony ot a new Nl-IS chapter at Western l-ligh
N H S School in lvlacomb. New members were also honored at our own
induction assembly in April, followed by the banquet at which
time the new officers tor the coming year were announced.
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Front row: S. Zahora, N. Suydam, D. Miller, J. Thacker, B. Scott, J. Robinson. Second row: H. Stamm, L. Muck, D. Mariner lpres.l
D. Fish, S. Minteer, H. Stinson, J. Bayless lmarshall.
Named after the Creek actor,
Thespis, this organization honors
those aspiring young dramatists who
have accumulated the ten points
necessary to gain entrance to this
nationally knovvn organization.
Pam Allen, Bruce Lauerman, Sue Lawrence, Betsy
Urban, Prilly Sanville, Robert Moberg, Debra Wycoff,
To earn A's in all subjects is
truly a great accomplishment.
We tip our hats in salute to
these seventeen students who
were able to accomplish this at
the end ot the tirst semester.
Front row: C. Humes, K. Jagow, Dodie Fish,
A. McKenzie, J. Reed. Second row: J. Ste-
wart, D. Rudman, B. Hinrichs, D. Brewer, T.
Rhea, T. Colbert. Third row: M. Southwell,
J. Melville, T. Noecker, B. Urban, Y. Vargas,
By Participating in speech and
dramatic events, students gained
election to Stage Call and thus were
eligible to attend a Chicago stage
production in March, Novv the
melodies ot the "Sound ot Music"
bring back memories, just as do the
lines from the Cl-IS productions ot
"Arsenic and Old Lace" and "Anas-
Front row: J. Barnstead, C. Bailey, B. Lauerman, S.
Lawrence, M. Way, P. Allen, B. Urban. Second row:
W. Westfall, D. Wycoff, R. Lengh, P. Sanville, B.
Moberg, S. Larson. Third row: V. Shelley, L. Fergu-
son, M. Hamilton, B. Hodierne, C. Clay, B. Rose
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Row l: P. Sanville lpres.J, R. James lvice pres.l. Row 2: D.
Thor ltreas.l, B. Erickson lsec.l.
The first important event for CSI. was the
candlelight ceremony, at which the new
cabinet members were inducted. The style
show and other assemblies followed, with
the Boys' Forum being invited to some
ot the events. To turther international
understanding, the CSI. contributed to the
AFS fund and sponsored the Korean chil-
dren. Our contributions help keep the
children in school. The CSL year closed
with the banquet in the spring. l-leld at
the Custer Inn, the event attracted most
ot the members ot GSI..
Row l J Barnstead J Van Dell K Smith D Thor, P. Sanville, R. James, B. Erickson, K. Klemm, D. Miller, C. Freutag. Row 2:
C Hallberg L Catlin J Olson J Swanson J. Anderson, B. Bogeart, P. Holmes, S. Simmons, J. Richmond, M. lobe. Row 3: D.
Crouch B Levene N Parrish V Crookham C Miner, T. Gunther, V. Drake, L. Craig, B. Larson.
GSL CABINET MEMBERS
Row I: J. Higgins, P. Reed, L. Roberts, B. Swanson, J. Matson, E. Schleifer, D. Bush, S. Myler, M. Gabel, T. Moore, S. Farrel. Row
2: S. Swise, S. Glas, J. Reed, N. Johnson, B. White, D. Palmgren, M. Schnell, Y. Vargas, D. Mims, M. Blixt. Row 3: C. Black, C.
White, M. Stevens, N. Anderson, G. Malone, S. Drasites, S. Cooper, N, Thrailkill, K. Holland, J. Stewart.
GSL CABINET MEMBERS
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Front row: C. Fisher, M. DeWitt, C. Nelson. Second
row: Mr. Franson, R. Watters, G. Horn, Mr.
The Boys' Forum is one of the few
organizations that has remained
popular over the years, This is the
result of increased service to the
school and the individual plus a
greater variety of assemblies and
projects. Assemblies presented by
Boys, Forum this year featured the
agile gymnastics team from Western
and the well trained dogs of Mr. Self.
Boys' Forum also made i962 a "cool"
year by donating some of their vast
resources for the placement of air
conditioners and a vvater cooler in
Front row R Johnson D Hallberg R Watters C Fisher M DeWitt C Nelson G. Horn, I. Robinson, M. Lanier. Second row: R.
Frank D Mustaln D Bradley S Minteer R Slaughter T Hilgenberg K Huffaker, J. Barger, J. Davis. Third row: D. Wilmoth,
J Brock B Tomlin D Farrell J Lunclquist T Wlllhlte T Daniels T Jackson C. Swanson, J. Heck.
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Front row: D. Shaw, D. Robinson, J. Pedigo, L. Stinson, B. Buncher, J. Anderson, T. Pierce, R. Honeyman, M. Mitchell. Second
row: B. Alps, J. Tribley, D, Powell, J. Wilkins, T. Stepper, R. Crooks, C. Roberson, R. Baughman, D. Rudman. Third row: R.
Elliot, E. Checscman, F. Johnson, G. McMeen, D. Stewart, F. Dexter, D. Florcr, J. Gardner, A. Grupe.
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A Flea Market! What's that? Well,
you had your chance to find out when
the FHA conducted their flea market
sale of books early last fall. They col'
lected and sold books ranging from
Westerns to philosophy. Everyone
agreed it was a great success. A great
number of "ohs" and "ahs" were heard
at the Fl-lA's style show, "Swing into
Row l: S. Van Fossen, J. Christianson, P. Ahline, G.
Finn. Row 2. Miss Albright, C. Hilligoss, Miss Schwarz.
Row 3: K. Westfall. J. Moore, T. Moore. Row 4: L.
Utt, K. Roche, K. Willson, L. Porter.
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While waiting for the first green sprouts of spring, the FFA kept busy by attending stock
sales, judging contests, and conventions, Each boy had a project, such as raising cattle or
cultivating corn, and during the year the group discussed farm problems and new farming
R. Hawkins, R. McGee, C. Miller, G. Hendricks, J. Campbell, R. Johnson.
Front row, left to right: D. Roberts, T. Nelson, D. Carlson, B. Devena, L. Watters, M.
Hennenfent, J. Terpening, A. Stotts, R. Dunn. Second row: R. Stegall, J. Peterson,
J. Gardner, F. Rutledge, C. Morris, F. Shover, L. Guenther, T. Swanson. Third row:
C. Serven, D. Sherwood, R. Anderson, G. Denisar, M. Miles, R. Mundwiler, L. Johnson,
D. Hawkinson, K. Agans, H. Honeyman. Back row: S. Franklin, D. Mustain, J. Stegall,
Front row: Mr. Rochlk, C. Bond, B. Caldwell, S. Pinckney, T. Langdon. Second row: J. Matson, B. Roate,
P. Hogan, P. O'fieId, S. Dorsey,
B. Stomberg. Fourth row: A. Palmer, S. Monzo, C. Brown, D. Fash, J. Olson, C. Nicholas, S. Seasteadt.
The Future Teach-
ers ot America is an
made up ot Gi-IS stu-
dents vvho are consid-
ering teaching as a
career, The members
meet regularly and
discuss various class-
room situations. The
club programs include
films, and outside
speakers - all giving
to one interested in
the teaching protes-
The Galesburg Fu-
ture Distributors club
had a very active year.
The students under
the guidance ot lvlr.
Roehlk and their em-
ployers had the oppor-
tunity to learn through
An enjoyable and edu-
cational trip to Chi-
cago climaxed the
I. Jorganson. Third row: T. Wessels, B. Harris, R. Palmer, B. Coffey,
Front row: M. Southwell, D. Thor, V. Higareda, R. Nelson, P. Mendez. Second row: B. Ackman,
J. Ryberg, P. Reed, N. Egan, D. Gutierrez, L. Smith. Third row: E. Gutierrez, S. Strawn, J. Burquin, D.
Riley, L. Gonzales. Fourth row: D. Davis, C. Price, M. Nelson, D. Miller, M. Stillwell,
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Front row: M. Dameron, P. Sanville, B. Spillers, M. McMenimen, C. Fields. Second row: K. Miller, P. Fackler, M.
Johnson, S. Strand, M. Davis, S. Leonard. Third row: M. Glendening, C. Lippert, M. Stake, D. Shively, P. Ahline.
Fourth row: Mr. Turner, K. Michael, D. Hanson, M. Nocella, B. Johnson, S. Stromsted.
Those of us vvho don't parlez-vous Francais might have had some difficulty
understanding what the members of the French Club vvere talking about at the
many soirees they held during the year. The group also took a trip in May to
see some of the famous sites of Chicago. A bit of French flavor was added
when they dined at an authentic French restaurant.
Front row: C. St. George, C. Hawkinson, D. Schiewitz, E. Gutierrez, C. Jacobson, G. Garcia, J. Reno, G. Peterson, B. Rhodes,
Mr. Turner. Second row: C. Humes, D. Clement, E. Robertson, A. Harper, C. Rexroat, M. Metz, J. Voss, S. Strawn, K
Watkins, Mr. Stuckey. Third row: L. Gonzales, D. Gutierrez, M. Flaherty, S. Disbennett, F. McAuley, V. Higareda, S. Strawn
C. Wicks, M. Beamer, J. Gerstner. Fourth row: B. Gattemeir, S. Dalton, M. DeForest, J. Ryberg, B. Tucker, M. Stillwell
B. VanFIeet, L. Kirkpatrick, S. Maxson.
S This year Senors and Senoritas of the Spanish club, under the guidance of Mr.
Stuckey, had an even more active organization than in the past. One special occasion
was a fiesta at which everyone dined on spicy Spanish food, and enjoyed the customs
of the Spanish speaking vvorld.
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Front row: M. Buncher, J. Hicks, J. Bohman, D. McCreight-Pres., D. Fish, S. Lawrence, D. Mariner, J. Anderson.
Second row: R. Ross, T. Gunther, R. Lengh, S. Larson, D. Nelson, R. Parke, M. Jobe, L. Smith. Third row: M.
Southwell, K. Jagow, C. Bennett, M. Johnson, W. Peterson, P. Johnson, N. Christy, Mr. Reuter. Fourth row: S. Sorenson,
H. Fuson, R. Gordon, J. Eyre, C. Swanson, B. Scott, A. Deutcher.
' Composed ot students from three German classes, the German Club meets
once a month. Under the sponsorship ot Mr. Reuter, the Club also participated
in the lvlulti-Lingual Banquet.
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The Latin Club has sponsored several important activities during the past year, In
September, the group traveled to Champaign vvhere they visited the University ot
Illinois historical museum and attended a football game,
The Latin banquet vvas the highlight ot the year. First year students, as slaves,
served the sumptuous meal, second year students provided the entertainment, and
third and tourth year students enjoyed it all,
T. Cuardalabene, M. Buncher, M. Southwell, B. Scott.
Front row: C. Fields, S. Strand, A. Behrents, M. Way, S. Larson, C. Bailey, P. Fackler, B. Urban. Second row: D. Davis,
T. Tenneson, N. Trulock, C. Roberts, J. Crowell, G. Botruff, D. Smith, C. Bond. Third row: D. Harrison, M. Peterson, G. Finn,
B. Kobusch, D. McGrew, B. Rose, V. Higareda, J. Green.
Front row: C. Catlin, M. Cunningham, K. Langdon, M. Newcomer, M. Burch, S. Tracey, E. Robertson, L. Moore, B. Madison.
Second row: R. Harvey, S. Enlow, R. Roth, N. Courson, S. Atkinson, M. Anderson, J. Glas, C. St.George. Third row: L. Lash-
brook, D. Swanson, R. Moe, P. Brown, L. James, C. Schacht, D. White, H. Hulse.
Under the capable
leadership ot Ann
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Lentz, the Student
Activity Association brought many and varied pro-
grams to the Cl-IS stage. Other SAA benefits
include the Reflector and admission to the home
Ann Behrents, President
Mr. Lentz, Advisor
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C. Huff, L. Mitchell, Mr. Damberg. Third row: K. Barton, F. Shaver, E. Rollins, B. Magnison, M. Jarrett, J. Reischling. Fourth row: B.
Cokel, J. Mason, D. Tate, D. Campbell, G. Mills, J. Vilardo.
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Front row: Mr. Hungerford, T. Tenneson, V. Spencer, J. Crookham, V. Eck, G. Vargas. Second row: J. Brackett, A. Sauter, C. Gerard.
L. Frakes, T. Sparks, C. Potter. Third row: D. Freeman, E. LIoyd,S. Huffaker, C. Conroy, K. Sandburg, B. Lozier.
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M. Fite, D. Crouch, P. Heller, B. Haines, L. Bond, J. Rees, Z. Zefo, D. Pettit. Third row: C. Lyon, D. Higgins, J. Schlaf,
R. Cozaihr, J. Strawhacker, C. Currens, G. Anderson.
The Art Club is composed of a group of serious art students who meet
once a week, under the supervision of Mr. Crown, to further develop their
talents in various media. They provided posters and banners for special
elvents and placed many interesting exhibits throughout the school during
t e year.
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Front row: M. Hamilton, C. Clay, J. Stewart, D. Mariner. Second row: T. Noecker, S. Simmons, A. Behrents, T. Rhea, M.
Johnson. Third row: Mr. Sullivan, P. Johnson, M. Jobe, W. Peterson, R. Neveln. Fourth row: J. Umbeck, D. McCreight,
A. Beveridge, H. Rowe, T. Tulin.
The Pasteur Society has had a very successful year. Interested
members have enioyed their hiking trips through Green Oaks, where
they studied the woodland fauna and flora. During their regular
meetings, the group has profited from such worthwhile experiences as
viewing scientific films, hearing interesting speakers, and preparing
for district state science exhibits.
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Front row: J. Swanson, S. Taylor, A. Carlson, B. Rose, S. Tracy, S. Simmons. Second row: J. Hawkinson, J. Larson, R. Ballard,
J. Bayless, M. Hamilton, D. Zinsmoister, L. Theel. Third row: L. Stickell, R. Ekstrom, D. Hendricks, R. Gordon, J. Eyre, A.
Beveridge. Fourthrow: H. Fuson, B. Hodierne, N. Nyman, R. Neveln, C. Nelson, J. Umbeck, B. Smith.
The debate squad, consisting of the varsity debate team and
the other members of the debate class, has had a challenging topic
this year on the proposition, Resolved: "That the federal govern-
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schools." Members of the entire class
have participated in practice and con-
test debates and have made a number of
public appearances before community
groups. Their overall record includes
79 vvins and 35 losses. The four varsity
squad members had a season's record of
45 vvins and I9 losses. They vvon the first
place trophy in the Northwest Confer-
ence and qualified for state competition.
Maurie Hamilton, Rene Ballard, Bob Hodierne,
MECHANICS HOMESTEAD 6' LOAN ASS'N and GALESBURG GLASS CO.
Dedicated to keeping school spirit
high, the Pep Club stresses sportsmanship
and loyalty to the team. ln connection
with the latter, the club sponsored buses
to all of the out ot town football and
Pam Allen, Vice Presidentg Nancy Swanson, Presi-
dent, Barbara Swanson, Treasurer
Front row: M. Buncher, J. Bohman, D. Miller, S. Zahora, N. Suydam. Second row: J. Johnson, J. Moore, B. Scott, J. Thacker,
L. Theel, Mr. Self. Third row: J. Samuelson, B. McCornack, W. Sedgwick, B. Lauerman, D. McCreight.
This able group of seniors gives its time and "experience" to help in the education ot
other struggling young chemists. Peeking over shoulders and making helpful contributions
to the experiment at hand, they are soon known to all chemistry students.
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The hall cadets are a great help to the office statt,
Front row:'R. Rose, L. Ferguson, K. Michael, C. Black,
D. Guiterrez, D. Klinck. Secondrow: O. Brokaw, S.
Strand, M. McMenimen, D. Wycoff, M. Davis, S. White,
E. Louthan. Third row: Z. Zcfo, D. Settle, P. Wilkins,
J. Hare, J. Wilkins, S. Eaves, B. Coffey.
tor they pick up attendance slips and run many neces-
sary errands. The ottice statt and taculty members
appreciate the assistance ot these cadets, who relinquish
their study hall time in order to give their help,
Front row: T. C-ladfelter, S. Dawson, K. Barton, L. Fer-
guson, M. Frost. Second row: J. Barringer, R. Harris,
P. Franey, B. Jennings, C. Morrisey, A. Walker. Third
row: C. Crouch, B. Edgar, L. Roberts, N. Stewart, J.
McCombs, C. Guenther.
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GHS is very proud of its student librarians. Not only have
they given assistance and help students find books and library
information, but they have also been responsible for selling
paperback books in the bookstore.
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Front row: R. Nelson, Mr. Aitchison, M. Denniston. Second row: S. Morrison,
J. Gerstner, M. D. Wilson.
The Reflector is in-
debted to these busy
shutterbugs vvho have
taken many pictures tor
our year book, Mr, Aitchi-
son has coached them in
the techniques ot photog-
raphy and the product ot
their ettorts has provided
us with a pictorial record
ot our school year,
VISUAL AIDS GPERATGRS
Front row: D. McCreight, G. Wixforth, D. Rudman. Second row: P. Allen, G. Sterr,
D. Shane. Third row: E. Lindsey, D. Lithander, G. Rosenberg, J. Doerschuck.
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The staff ot audio-visual
aids operators, under the
direction ot Mr. Crittith,
serves not only the high
school, but all the schools
in District 205. This statt
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400 sound motion pic-
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Front Row: J. Walker, S. Taylor, V. Shafer, L. Whitcomb, E. Taylor. Second row: C. Hill,
B. Lcvene, C. Landcs, E. Friedricks, L. Stevens, A. Walker. Third row: J. Thrailkill, L. Bolton, -
T. Lester, C. Peterson, L. Eavcs, M. Huddle.
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Front row: S. White, D. Bailey, M. Jobe, S. Reuter, C. Bailey, G. Larimer, G. Bryant. Second row: E. Edwards, N. Erlandson,
Y. Vargas, M. Dameron, R. Nelson, S. Farrell, V. Strawn, Third row: J. Reno, B. Ericson, B. Robinson, M, Swartz, S. Forbes, B. Fish,
K. Parr, C. Price, C. Bailey.
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Front row: D. Crouch, V. Shelley,
B. Rose, N. Christy, R. Roth.
R. Ross. Second row: M. Dameron, H. Stinson, S. Sage, Miss Sandfort. Third row: K. Jagow, C. Nelson,
Every Friday morning, GHS students look forward to the
most recent copy of a school publication-the BUDGET.
Special features this year were the baby pictures of the week
and the "Flossie Openheartn column, Excellent coverage of
all school events was evident throughout the year. Miss Judith
Sandfort was the faculty advisor.
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Front row: J. Anderson, G. Botruff, L. Ostrom, D. Bailey, C. Miner. Second row: K. Horkstrom, B. Edgar, J. Webb, C. Guenther, B. Reed,
Third row: A. Beveridge, P. Robinson, D. Lindstrom, D. Zinsmeister.
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J. Davis. Back row: J. Geist, L. James, A. Grupe, R. Elliott, T. Hogan, B. Parke, R. Galyean, N. C-ensini, J. Hawkinson, T. Greenquist
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Although composed largely ot underclassmen, the Streak cross-
country team still managed to compile a commendable record ot tour
wins and two losses in dual competition and gain sixth place in the
district contest at Peoria. One ot Coach l-lungertords boys, Dick Watt
l'64l, earned a trip to the state meet by placing fourth at Peoria.
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B. VanDusen, G. Sterr, E. Sage. Znd row: A. Morrissey, V. Bizzari, J. Heck, I. Robinson, M. DeWitt, R. Slaughter, B. Larsen, D.
Catlin, D. Hendricks, L. Blixt, D. Stewart, D. Hallberg. 3rd row: Mr. Bush, coachg Mr. Mansager, coach: M. Lanier, W. Westfall,
L. Muck, S. Minteer, T. Hilgenberg, D. Edwards, J. Harris, G. Horn, W. Lox, J. Brock, G. Tucker, E. Arnold, Mr. Lundeen, coach.
4th row: T. McKay, D. Mustain, E. Probst, B. Spillers, B. Cannon, C. Swanson, J. Moore, J. Walker, T. Hinkle, J. Mitchell, R.
Theobald, Mr. Van Dyke, head coach.
Combining blazing speed with tremendous size, the l96l edition of the Silver Streak foot-
ball team must go down on record as one of the finest in the history of Cul-IS. Its excellent
record of seven wins and two losses was enough to give it the lllini Conference crown.
Not only did nine Streaks make the Illini all-conference team, but three of them, Cary
Tucker, Larry Blixt, and Eldon Arnold, made the All-State squad and one, Arnold, make the
nationwide All-Prep team. The season saw coach Van Dyke run his string of victories to a
grand total of one hundred as opposed to only sixty defeats as head coach at Cl-lS. Cer-
tainly coach Van Dyke and his entire staff must be given a great deal of credit for the
The JV. and Pony squads also turned in excellent records for the l96l season. The J.V.'s
managed to remain undefeated in six outings while the Ponies, handicapped by the loss of
Fullback Dan Stewart to the varsity, won five and lost three.
All in all the l96l football season will be long remembered at C-l-lS. Congratulations to all
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lace, coach, V. Conner, G. Denisar, G. Schumann, R. Anderson, T. Autmon, T. Smith, J. Short, J. Gardner, E. Chessman, J. Parker
Frank, coach. Row 3: B. Weaver, B. Sharick, L. Stinson, J. Class, T. Kniss, P. McNamara, D. Maze, M. Buckner, C. Blundy, B. Copeland
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J. Eyre, E. White, J. Nelson, D. Johnson.
ln spite of preseason forecasts of an off year in basketball, CHS enjoyed another fine
season on the hardwood in l962. Never losing a game by more than 8 points, the Streaks
roundballers finished the year with an excellent record of l8 victories and just 8 defeats.
Lacking the exceptional height of former years, Coach John Thiel's charges were forced
to depend on superior speed, defense, and shooting ability to quell their opponents. As a
result the season saw the Streaks finish 2nd in the lllini Conference. ln tournament
action the Streaks continued strong. ln the final game of the Macomb Western Sectional
the Streaks finally fell to highly touted Quincy, but only after staging a tremendous fourth
quarter rally. All in all it was a season long to be remembered as one of the most exciting
in the history of basketball at GHS.
The JV. and Pony teams also turned in excellent records in l962. The J,V.'s finished
with 8 wins and 2 losses while the Ponies ended up with lil victories and 7 defeats.
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P. Frinstal, R. Cordon, J. Geist, C. Swanson, J. Harris, J. Lundquist.
Pony Basketball. Row I: E. Cheesman, J. Tribley, B. Copeland, T. Smith, J. Conner, T. Autmon, J. Hawkinson. Row 2: Mr. Bush,
C. Havens, G. Rosine, M. McCreight, D. Clay, B. Weaver, D. Stewart, L. Pickrel.
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leading squad was without doubt one of the
finest in the state. The skill and enthusiasm
with which they executed their complicated
routines are beyond the power ot words to
describe. Congratulations to all the cheer-
leaders and especially to their sponsor, Mr.
Kuster, whose guidance contributed im-
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The athletic managers, directed by lvlr. Crabtree, perform
an indispensable, it little noticed, function at Cl-lS. They put
in long hours at their largely thankless task ot keeping our
athletic equipment in top shape. Certainly they deserve a
great deal ot credit, tor without them our teams would not be
able to operate at peak etticiency. To the managers we give
thanks tor a job well done.
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Front row: J. Melville, L. Connour, J. Umbeck, T. Meyer, L. Brown, D. Scherer, M. Eldert, D. Eldert, R. Ballard, P. Gorham, B.
Swanson. 2nd row: D. Mustain, B. Burgland, R. Reathaford, D. Ziegler, B. Hinrichs, T. McKay, J. Mitchell, B. Brining, J. Walker,
C. Sterr, J. Fogelsong. 3rd row: B. Hawkins, E. Arnold, D. Hallberg, D. Nelson, T. Hilgenberg, A. Morrissey, G. Horn, D. Catlin,
E. Probst, J. Brock, M. DeWitt, Coach Wallace.
The Streak grapplers compiled an excellent record ot lO wins and 2 losses plus a
tirst place finish in the Calesburg District Tournament. This sport is rapidly growing in
importance at Cl-IS as more and more students and adults become aware ot the tense
excitement which it provides. Congratulations both to the team and Coach Wallace
on a job well done!
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Front row: J. Barker, R. Baughman, J. Turner, H. Sloan, J. Pounds, K. Carr, L. Stinson, B. Southwell, J. Chapman, R. Anderson
T. Guardalabene, G. Denisar, B. Axline. 2nd row: D. Higgins, R. Elliot, B. Schumann, J. Wilkins, J. Ball, R. Scott, D. Palmer, P
McNamara, B. Bishop, D. Lindstrom, S. Minteer, R. Slaughter, B. Van Dusen, E. Phillips. 3rd row: M. Lanier, A. Grupe, T. Grimes
S. Coad, F. Menke, C. Hawkinson, L. Erickson, B. Lauerman, D. Swanson, T. Kniss, J. Holmes, M. Buckner, J. Glas, J. Doerschuck
S. Smith, J. Broadhead, P. Brown, R. Porter, Coach Wallace.
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Second row: E. Probst, G. Horn, A. Morrissey, E. Arnold.
Row I: Coach Van Dyke, L. Goodman, R. Hallberg, L. Wood, M. Watt, D. McGrew, C. Kelly, L. Leiber, R. Hight, B. Howell, J. Geist,
I. Robinson, M. Dewitt, S. Minteer, Mr. Schevermann, coach. Row 2: J. Wood, W. Lox, D. Kelly, G. Horn, R. Lengh, R. Ekstrom,
S. Smith, R. Johnson, J. Harris, B. Lapsey, D. Pickrel, B. Nelson, D. Carlson. Row 3: E. Arnold, E. Rose, R. Dorethy, J. Doerschuk,
W. LaPointe, G. Tucker, R. Watters, J. Heck, B. Van Dusen, T. Anderson, P. Sandburg, L. Hendricks, R. Vancil. Row 4: D.
Edwards, B. Larsen, D. Catlin, J. Brock, D. Fillman, J. Pumphrey, J. Davis, J. Broadhead, C. Sterr, L. James, A. Morrissey, D. Hallberg.
Row 5: J. Nelson, E. White, J. Lundquist, T. Tulin, M. Lanier, B. Willsie, B. Hawkins, D. Tate, T. Willhite, T. McKay, J. Carlson,
R. Gordon, P. Adams.
Last year's track team came through in excellent fashion with another fine record to
add to the annals of Cl-IS. Among the many achievements of the '6I aggregation were
second place finishes in the Illini Conference Tourney at both soph and varsity levels. Two
boys, Marvin Watt and Ira Robins-on, competed in the State Tournament at Champaign.
lra placed third in the broad jump while lvlarv placed sixth in the 880 yard run.
Although somewhat lacking in balance, this year's team is very strong in some areas
and looks forward to another fine season.
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Front row: C. Nelson, C. Roberson, A. Orozco, D. Eldert, T. Pierce, R. Ballard, J. Bayless, R. Frank, L. Raaen. 2nd row: H
Stamm, C. Swanson, M. Feldman, G. Bruington, L. Blixt, D. Carr, D. Johnson, S. Larson, W. Westfall, V. Smith, F. Lundeen
D. Dunham. 3rd row: Coach Thiel, J. Peterson, G. Monson, D. Lindstrom, M. Baylor, T. Williams, J. Moore, T. Moore, L. Broad-
hurst, D. Mustain, D. Johnson, M. Nocella, B. Spillers, T. Jackson, J. Beasley, T. Willis, C. Fisher, G. Anderson, Coach Frank.
The l96l CHS baseball team turned in another fine record last year,
finishing the season with ll Wins, 7 losses, and l tie. This year will
mark the first use of the new diamond north of the school building, and
with 9 returning lettermen, it looks like another fine season ahead.
fi Mike Feldman
Baseball was initiated
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and Lombard College.
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We hope the interest and pride in baseball continues to be as strong as expressed in the l908
Reflector . . . "This spring the athletes of the silver and the gold began to seek their customary
laurels in a new field. By the organization of a representative baseball team they instituted a
new branch of inter-scholastic athletics in our school, and discovered that football, basketball,
and track work are not the only sports in which they are able to down their rivals. l-lereafter,
baseball also is to hold a place in our school life, and it is certainly fully deserving of our hearty
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D. Beamer, D. Johnson
Last year was a great one for the Cl-lS golf team. Ending the regular season with a
record of l6 wins and 4 losses plus a second place finish in the lllini conference tourney,
the Streak linksters went on to take first in the Calesburg district and fifth at state.
With three letter winners, Joff Eyre, Mike Moriarity, and Cary Trotter, returning, this
year's team looks forward to another successful season.
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Front row: L. Muck, B. Larsen, D. Carr, E. Probst, T. Willhite, G. Horn, G. Tucker, R. Slaughter, J. Nelson, l. Rob
inson. Znd row: M.
Eldert, W. Westfall, R. Lengh, T. Hilgenberg, J. Carlton, E. White, P. Sandborg, B. McCornack, T. McKay. 3rd row: D. Edwards, M. DeWitt,
P. Gattermeir, S. Larson, D. Catlin, W. Lox, S. Minteer, R. Theobald, M. Miles. 4th row: M. Moriarity, J. Walker,
8. Cannon, J. Beasley, D. Nelson, D. Hendricks, T. Moore.
Directed by Mr. Bednar and presided over by Ed Probst, G Club is
an organization composed ot all varsity letter winners at Cl-lS. ln
addition to their regular activities aimed at promoting athletics, the
members spent part ot their lunch time patrolling the cafeteria area
and the boys' rest rooms. This action was taken in an ettort to stop the
rash ot smoking and rovvdiness which has broken out among the less
responsiblie students ot Cl-lS. C Club members should be commended
tor giving their time in this way, although in the tuture vve hope it will
not be necessary. Among G Club's other activities are the annual
banquet and the publication ot scorecards tor all home football and
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Under the capable leadership of that ancient pillar of physical fitness, lvlr, Art Fish, Intra-
murals performs an important function at CHS. Its varied program of athletics is open to all
boys vvho do not participate in regular interscholastic sports. ln its vvide variety of activities,
which includes such events as basketball, archery, bowling, vvrestling, handball, badminton and
even chess, opportunities may be found for any boy to excel. Ribbons are awarded to those vvho
place high in each sport and results are published in the Budget. Congratulations must go out,
not only to the vvinners, but to everyone vvho participated in intramurals throughout the year.
B, Hawkins, B. Bishop, J. Jacobs, H. Sloan, R. Elliot
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Front row: J. Williams, M. Way, C. Fretueg, J. Censini, M. Ator, M. Schnell. Second row: L. Catlin, C. Huff, M. Peterson, C.
Henning, L. Doyle, L. Ramsey. Third row: C. Black, S. Simmons, M. Malstrom, B. Nelson, M. Mallin, B. Carlson, C. White.
Many girls of Cl-IS have enjoyed the varied activities of the Girls Athletic Association.
This fall they had a chance to demonstrate their skill in such activities as archery and
hockey. Bowling was a favorite sport during winter months and as spring approached
basketball and soft ball completed the season. CAA offers to the girls of Cl-lS an
opportunity to participate in their favorite sports.
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R. James, G. Horn, M. Ator, J. Heck.
The Homecoming festivities were impressively begun with the
crowning of the King and Queen at an all school assembly. Prilly
Sanville and Mike DeWitt were chosen to reign throughout the busy
weekend. The night of the big game our colorful floats, the spirited
parade, and the bonfire reflected the eagerness with which we encoun-
tered and trounced Pekin, The concluding event of the homecoming
activities was the well attended dance at which alumni as well as students
had a great time in spite of tired feet.
The l96l homecoming will always be remembered for its lasting
impressions of gaiety, delight, and enthusiasm.
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The air of mystery that surrounded the young Russian girl
provided Cl-IS with a highly dramatic performance in the play,
"Anastasia" The true identity ot this girl, vvho claimed to be a
Russian princess, still remains an unsolved riddle.
Although the tvvo elderly ladies, Abby
and Martha, seemed to be normal, they
proved to be just a little eccentric in the
play, "Arsenic and Old Lacef, The con-
fusion the ladies caused plus the occa-
sional outbursts from "Teddy" resulted
in a light and witty tall play for Cl-IS.
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A foreign flavor came to Cl-IS with the
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Through skits, songs, and dances, different
portions of the world were displayed to the
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Seated: Florence Lindbergh, Administrative Assistant to Superintendent: W. James Green: Dr. Robert Way: Dr. Robert
Kirkpatrick, Secretary: Everett Bruington, President: Kenneth Holmes: Dr. Robert Cannon. Standing: Joseph West, Attorney:
David Read, Assistant Superintendent in Charge of Finance: Dr. Bell: Lowell Bettsworth, Assistant Superintendent of Schools
and Director of Elementary Education: Robert McLaughlin.
MR. VERNON BROADH EAD
MISS SYLVIA RYIN
Dean of Girls
MR. WILLIAM GOODWIN
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Physics, Photography Home Economics, FHA Business English
MR. MAURICE BECK MR. CHARLES BEDNAR MR. RILEY BOWEN
English, Debate, Rhetoric Director of Athletics Biology
MR. DELBERT BUSH MR. WILLIAM COMBS MRS. BEVERLY CROUCH
Driver Education, Coach American History English
MRS. CLARICE HEGG
MR. ROBERT HUNGERFORD
Office Occupations, Coach
MR. ROLAND HEGG MISS VIRCINlA HINCHLIFF
Vocal Music English
MR. FRED JONES MR. CHAUNCEY KENNEY
Mathematics Science, Reflector
MR. FRED KUSTER MISS ELIZABETH LACY
History, Cheerleading Physical Educalion
MR. RICHARD LEFORT
lnstrumenial Music English
MR. EDWIN LANTZ
MR. TED MANSAGER MISS HELEN OLSON
American History, Coach English
MR. HOWARD REUTER MR. WILLIAM ROEHLK
Latin, German Disrributive Education
MR. THOMAS LENTZ
Drafting, Machine Shop, SAA
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Physical Educaiion, Coach A Physical Education, CAA
MRS. MARY HELEN WADE MR. R. E. WALLACE MISS JOYCE WUEHLE
Business Driver Education, Coach Home and Family Living
MRS. EILEEN DAMBERG
MRS. PAULINE WERNER
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Anderson, Joan I6
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Arnold, Larry I6
Bailey, Caroline I7, 87, 9I, I00, I06
Bair, Lyle I7
Bantz, Carroll I7
Barger, Jim I7, 94
Barlow, Sharon I7
Barringer, Jeannette IOS
Barton, Kay I7, IOI, IOS
Beasley, John I7, 82, II4, IIS, I30, I34,
Beever, Jeannie I7
Behrents, Ann I7, 77, 88, 90, IO0, I02
Bendixon, Danny I7
Bent, Pamela I7
Beregi, James I7
Bettisworth, Don I7, 77, 82
Bird, Roger I8
Black, Roger I8, 77
Blakewell, Earl I8
Bland, Rita I8
Bledsoe, Paula I8, 76
Blixt, Larry I8, II4, IIS, II8, I30, l34
Bogeart, Billie I8, 92
Bohman, Julie I8, 76, 77, 90, 99, I04
Bond, Catherine I8, 97, I00
Boone, Dorothy I8
Botruff, Ceorgean I8, l00, I08
Botruff, Sheriann I9, l42
Boynton, Paul I9
Brackett, Janet I9
Bradford, David I9, IOI
Bradley, Don I9, 76, 77, 78, 94, I37
Brining, Robert I9, lI2, l26
Brown, Carolyn I9, 97
Brown, Torn I9
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Buncher, Marsha I9, 86, 90, 99, I04
Bybee, Coleen I9
Caldwell, Bill I9, 97
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Campbell, Dale 20, IOI
Campbell, John 20, 96
Cannon, Robert 20, II4, IIS, I34, I37
Carlson, Alfreda 20, 86, 90, I03
Carlton, Crerry 20, I24, I34
Carr, Donald 20, II8, I30, I34
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Cates, Tom 20
Catlin, David 20, 76, 78, 88, II4, IIS, I2
Cebert, Judy 20, 76
Chaney, John 20
Christianson, Joyce 2l, 96
Christy, Lyall 2I
Clark, Bill 2I
Clark, Guy 21, ioi
Clay, Carole 2I, 90, 9l, 99, I02
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Dalton, Mike I37
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Damitz, Larry 22, I37
Daniel, Tom 22, 94
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Dorothy 23, 77, 97
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Dawson, Sandra 23, IOS
Dennison, Michael 23, I07
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DeWitt, Michael 23, 76, 77, 78, 94,
Diericks, Cene 23
Doerschuk, Sarah 23
Donovan, Douglas 23
Donovan, Neal 23
Dorsey, Sharon 23, 97
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Douglas, Michael 24
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Drake, Vicki 24, 92
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Geske, Sheila 27
Gilbronson, Alan 27
Glaclfelter, Teresa 27, 105
Glendening, Martha 27, 98
Goedeke, Dave 27
Gonzales, Erlinda 27, 97, 98
Goodman, Mary 27, 76
Guenther, Constance 28, 105, 108
Guenther, Roland 28
Gutierrez, Dolores 28, 97, 98, 105
Hamilton, Maurice 28, 90, 91, 102, 103, 109
Hanger, Paul 28
Hanson, Constance 28
Hare, John 28, 105
Harmon, Nancy 28
Harris, Rita 28, 88, 105
Harris, Robert 28, 97
Hatfield, Rex 28
Hawkins, Robert 28, 96, 129
Hendricks, David 29, 103, 109, 114, 115, 134, 137
Hendrix, Jim 29, 96
Hendryx, Helen 29
Henning, Connie 29, 76, 77, 90, 122, 135, 138, 142
Henning, Richard 29
Henry, Karen 29
Hicks, Judy 29, 99, 101, 135
Higareda, Victoria 29, 97, 98, 100
l-light, Joyce 29
Hilgenberg, Torn 29, 94, 114, 115, 126, 134
l-lilligoss, Terry 29
Hogan, Phoebe 29, 97
Holmes, Pat 30, 92
Honeyman, Harlan 30
Horkstrom, Kathryn 30, 108
Horn, gjaylord 30, 76, 77, 78, 94, 1
Howard, Roy 30
Huff, Charlene 30, 101, 135, 138
Huffaker, Shirley 30
Humphrey, Carol 30
Hussey, Mike 30
Jackson, Terry 30, 94, 130
Jacobson, Ruth 30 -
James, Rama 31, 88, 92, 142
Jennings, Barbara 31, 105
Johann, Kristine 31
Beverly 31, 98
Johnson, David 31, 80, 83, 130, 137
Johnson, Jim 31, 83, 104
Johnson, Joyce 31, 88, 101, 135
Johnson, LaVerne 31, 77, 78
Johnson, Marian 31, 98
Johnson, Richard 31, 118, 130, 134
Johnson, Russell 31
Langdon, Terry 32, 97
Larsen, William 32, 114, 115. 129, 134
Larson, Rebecca 33, 77, 92
Larson, Sam 33, 88, 99, 130, 134
Larson, Sarah 33, 91, 100, 109
Lauerman, Bruce 33, 91, 104, 126
Lawrence, Linda 33
Lawrence, Susan 33, 76, 91, 99
Leasure, Kent 33, 77
Lengh, Robert 33, 76, 90, 91, 99, 129, 134
Leonard, Sharon 33, 98
Lillie, Susan 33
Lindstrom, Dick 33, 108, 126, 130, 137
Lippert, Cynthia 33, 98
Livermore, Lois 34
Lloyd, Eva 34
Lox, Wayne 34, 114, 129, 134
Lozier, Beverly 34
Lundquist, James 34, 94, 129, 142
Lutz, William 34
Lyon, William lDennis1 34
Lyons, Richard 34
McCombs, Joyce 34, 105
McCornack, Robert 34, 104, 109, 134
McCreight, David 34, 90, 99, 102, 104, 107
McCullough, Howard lMickeyl 34, 76, 77,
McGee, Roger 35, 96
McGrew, Douglas 35, 77, 78, 100, 129, 137
McKay, Terry 35, 114, 115. 126, 129, 134
McMenimen, Marleen 35, 98, 105
McQueen, Judith 35
Magnison, William 35, 101
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Malcolm, Terry 35
Mallin, Mary 35, 77, 138
Malstrom, Marilyn 35, 138
Mariner, Richard 35, 76, 86, 90, 99, 102
Markland, Margaret Ann 35
Martinez, Lupe 36
Mason, Jerry 36, 101
Matson, Jo 36, 97
Meehan, Rudy 36
Michael, Karen 36, 98, 105
Milan, Michael 36, 101
Miles, Mike 36, 96, 109, 134
Miller, Deanna 36, 90, 92, 97, 104
Mills, Gary 36, 101
Mills, Mike 36
Mills, Virginia 36, 122, 142
Minteer, Steve 36, 76, 78, 90, 94, 114, 115, 126, 129 4
Mitchell, Linda 37, 101
Monson, Gregg 37, 130
Monzo, Sandra 37, 97
Moore, Judy 37, 96, 104
Moore, Terry 37, 134
Jones, David 31
Jorganson, Ida 32,97
Josephson, Max 32
Kelly, Dennis 32, 129
Kemmer, John 32
Kendrick, Terry 32
Kern, Jim 32
Klein, Kay 32, 92
Klinck, Willa Dean 32, 105
Kobusch, William 32, 76, 77, 78, 100, 137
LaBrash, Judith 32
Morgan, Lois 37
Moriarity, Michael 37, 132, 134
Morrisey, Connie 37, 105
Moss, David 37
Muck, Leon 37, 88, 90, 114, 115, 134
Nelson, Dennis 37, 99, 115, 126, 134
Nelson, Elizabeth 37, 138
Nelson, John 29, 38, 118, 134
Nelson, Marilyn 38, 97
Nelson, Ted 38, 96
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Scherer, Douglas 42, l02, ll2, l26
Schlaf, John 42, l02
Scott, Barbara 42, 90, 99, lO4
Seastedt, Susan 42, 97
Sedgwick, Walter 42, IO4
Shively, Donna 42, 98, l35
Sholl, Richard 42 .
Shragal, George 42
Simmons, Sue 42, 92, lO2, l38
Simons, Leola 42
Slaughter, Rex 42, 94, ll4, ll5, l26, l34, l42
Smith, Kristine 43, 92
Smith, Loretta 43
Smith, Robert 43
Southwell, Edith Mary 43, 90, 97, 99
Sparks, Theresa 43
Spencer, Val 43
Staff, Linda 43
Stamm, l-loward 43, 75, 77, 78, 90, l30
Standard, Bonnie 43
Stewart, Cary 43
Stewart, Nita 43, l05
Stinson, Helen 43, 77, 88, 90, l08
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Williamson, Linda 47
Willson, Kathryn 47,96
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Wilson, Malcolm Douglas 47, IO7
Wilson, Trudy 48
Witherell, Carl 48
Wood, Jim 48
Wood, Larry 48, l29 i
Wright, Lyle 48
Wyckoff, Debra 48, 9l, l0'5
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We wish to give our sincere thanks to the following business establishments who
sponsored pages throughout the book.
Anderson Broad Street Florist
Bacher's Cleaning Co.
Bank of Calesburg
Beatrice Foods Co.
Benedict Music Co.
Berg's TV and Appliance
Black Bros. Hardware
Brown Specialty Co.
Bullis, Horn Insurance Agency
Burlington Truck Lines, lnc.
Butler Mfg. Co.
C. fr E. Super-Valu Grocery
Carroll's Book Store
Conky's Confection Co. '
The Churchill Chemical Co.
Doms Bait Barn fr Sport Shop
Ekstrom Plumbing 6' Heating Sales
Farmers 6' Mechanics Bank
Fidelity Federal Savings fr Loan Association
First Galesburg National Bank Cr Trust Co.
Gale Ward Athletic Goods
Builder's Supply Co.
Coca-Cola Bottling Co.-
Electric Supply Co.
Glass Co. '
l Hour Dry Cleaners
Halpern's Women's Clothing
Hawthorne Drug Co.
Hawkinson Mfg. Co.
Holt Plumbing 5' Heating
lntra State Telephone Co.
J. Cr P. Oil Co.
W. A. Jordan Co.
KIine's Department Store
Knox Laundry and Dry Cleaners
L. A. Linman Insurance Co.
McCrew G McGrew Insurance Agency, Inc
Mechanics Homestead and Loan Association
Merwyn F. Hill, Lake Sanborn Agency
Midwest Manufacturing Corporation
Arthur J. Nyman and Sons, Jewelers
P. and M. Accessory Co., lnc.
Park Drive Dairy
Pittsburgh Plate Class Co.
Randell Bus Co.
Skrivan Quality Gift Shop
Steak 'n Shake
Thomas Plumbing and Heating
Wagoner Printing Co.
Wertheimer Cattle Co., lnc.
Western Zero Locker
Wolfsie's Fabric Shop
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