Galesburg High School - Reflector Yearbook (Galesburg, IL)
- Class of 1971
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There are millions of stars in the
universe, just as there are millions of
people on earth. Each person has
his own special goal, his own special
star in life. And though he may
follow a few detours along the way to
his star, that one destination is what
he is heading for.
"It asks little of us here. It asks of us
a certain height so where at times the
mob is swayed to carry praise or blame
too far, we may chose something like
I sometimes wonder what it would be like, ifl couldfly
to the stars andjust see what it would be like up there.
I would like to look down once in awhile instead of
looking up all the time.
If you can, look for the
moon, right after sunset.
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Memories of the Mardi Gras-
Mardi Gras, a joyous, festive celebration
in New Orleans, was the theme of
Galesburg Senior High's 1970 Home-
coming. The excitement began with the
planning and building of the class floats
and the decorations for the assembly and
dance. Great anticipation and enthusiasm
were displayed as everyone worked
towards completion of their tasks. The
real celebration began on Thursday
afternoon with the King and Queen's coro-
nation and the presentation of the court.
This year Sylvia Trimble and Rick Main
reigned over the festivities with Amy
Gamble as Junior Attendant and Karen
Martin, Sophomore Attendant. That night
a large crowd gathered on Main Street to
view the Mardi Gras parade as it proceeded
towards Van Dyke Field. There students
congregated for the traditional bonfire,
snake dance and the burning of a
Junior Attendent Amy Gamble and her escort, Bob
"Quincy Blue Devil." The floats were
judged and the winners announced.
The Seniors took first place with the theme
"Streaks Reign Supreme" and the Juniors
came in second. Friday night brought the
football game with Quincy. G.H.S. was
defeated '7-0 in the final minutes of
play. All things must come to an end no
matter how wonderful and thoroughly
enjoyable they are. Galesburg brought
its weekend to a close with the
Mardi Gras dance. The decorations of a
large dragon and a model of an old
New Orleans street added to the
atmosphere of the dance. The couples
danced to the music of the "Next to None,"
a rock blues band. Intermission
entertainment was provided by Tori
Haring on her guitar. The memories of this
festive occasion are beautiful ones of an-
other very successful G.H.S. Homecoming.
Sophomore Attendant Karen Martin and her escort,
Bon ire, Balloons, Royalty, Pomps.. .
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G.H.S. descends to the Devil,
Has anybody seen my date?
Here comes Excedrin Headache 19471.
The Senior float captures first place.
They've finally found a use for the Budget.
And the band marched on.
The 1970 Homecoming Court. There was more in that glass than punch!
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Has anybody seen the ball?
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The Juniors descend to second place.
Cold Feet and Hot Coffee...
But Syl, this is my first!
, Hey, there's a. girl down there! A
Gosh darn, we're out of gas.
How come the girls are getting all the applause?
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Mrs. Hubley-Julie Crisman
Mr. Hubley -Wendell Unsicker
Mimsi-Jan Cable Borden-Bob Erffmeyer
Comedy and Drama
One broken arm, one rented ripped suit...
We stand around for five hours and she comes out for, Put it out of your mind, Eddie, can you do that?
Share the F all Play Stage
You animal, on your knees to me!
You think I am so desperate?
This year, G.H.S. opened up its fall season
with two one-act plays, View From the Bridge,
an intense drama, and Plaza Suite, a light-
hearted comedy. In "View From the Bridge",
the Carbones take on an even greater
responsibility than they had been expecting
by harboring two illegal immigrants in
their home. Their ward, Catherine, falls in
love with Rudolpho much to the dislike of
Mr. Carbone, In "Plaza Suite", Mimsi, the
bride, has locked herself in the bathroom
and refuses to come out for the wedding.
Have you ever thought of the words "Cool
it!" in relation to a marriage? Those words
made the climax to the well performed
play, "Plaza Suite Act III.
"View from the Bridge"
Mr. Alfieri-Don Bowers
Eddie Carbone-Steve Torrence
Louis - Dean Hawthorne
Catherine - Pattie Muller
Rudolpho - Dan Artz
Immigration officers -
Pete Anderson, Marvin Reem
Neighbors -Tori Haring,
66Students Work To ether,"
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Has anybody seen.. . You'11 never find him that way, Syl!
You're a. real theewtie!
Modeling the look for this year. . . Why don't you come up and see me sometime.
or the Show Must Go On
The 21st and 22nd of November were the
dates set for the 1970-1971 Reflectavue. The
theme this year was "Those Were the Days."
A great deal of work and excitement went
into making this year's traditional
Reflectavue a big success. Many thanks
should be extended to all people who
contributed their time and efforts to make
Reflectavue possible. The Reflectavue has
been a favorite form of entertainment for the
audience because it offers such a variety of
talents. There are the colorful dance
lines, by all three classes, including a boys'
kickline, musical exhibitions by the Stage
Band, Kazoo Band, and Choral
I didn t call him, Mother. One little, two little...
Girls with their mouths shut?!
selections by the
various choirs at GHS.
The Reflectavue is an
excellent chance for
all the students at the
school to display their
talents, while present-
ing excellent enter-
tainment for the
public. The Reflector
Staff would like to
take this opportunity
to thank everyone for
making this show
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"Kit" Carson arrives in Gale burg.
Stars are beautiful. They put peo-
ple in different moods. Poetic,
imaginative, romantic, and
dreamy moods. They make
your dreams so real that peo-
ple wish that they couldjust
reach out and capture a star
for their oery own. Hoping
their dreams to come true.
I run a, tight teepee.
Reflectav ue Draws
While the ca.t's away the mice will play.
Oh, really Krista!
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Winter Formal was a
night to remember
especially "Once in
a Blue Moon". Going
along with the
y theme, blue moons
l were spaced around
the cafeteria, one
Bill Kirkendall and
Georgia Scott, King
and Queen of the
formal, were crowned.
Ray Foster was the
performing band and
Ronnie Smith sang'
a solo while
Jeff Sandborg and
Gloria Bohan sang'
themselves on the
Georgia Scott, Queen, and Bill Kirkendall, guitars' The night
King. was truly "Once in
a Blue Moon."
Rays of the Blue Moon
Good grief. It's Superman!
Godsil, don't you dare!
Student Directs Mid-Winter Play
A first for GHS was the mid-winter play,
"Goodnight, Mrs. Puffin." Although
Mr. Krause was sponsor-advisor the play
was directed by Tori Haring with the help of
another student, Dean Hawthorne. The plot
centers on the amazing' predictions of one
Amelia Puffin. One week before the wedding'
of Jacqueline Fordyce to Victor Parker, Mrs.
Puffin pays a call on the Fordyce family and
completely flabbergasts them by calmly
stating that the wedding will not take place.
What do you mean she's not your type? Try a little American technique, old boy!
Bob Erffmeyer X
Family portrait, plus two.
Ahhhhh! It's Conrad Birdie!! Albert and Rosie work on Mama to dissolve Almaelou.
Bye, Bye Birdie Produced by A Cappella
I'm on my way, Lou.
This year Bye, Bye Birdie was presented by the GHS A
Cappella choir for its annual musical.
The story develops when Conrad Birdie goes into the army
and Rose Alverez is climbing all over Albert Peterson's back
to make him dissolve Almaelou Music Corporation in spite
of his overpossessive mother.
In accordance with Rose's plan, Conrad journeys to Sweet
Apple, Ohio to bestow his one last kiss upon Kim MaCafee,
a devoted member of the Conrad Birdie Fan Club.
Trouble arises when Kim's boyfriend, Hugo, decides not to
let the kiss take place.
When Rosie and Hugo plot together, some exciting events
take place. But all ends well
Th8,t'S Tight. COI1I'8.d Birdie VO1l1I1- When Conrad and Mae
teered' Peterson leave Sweet Apple,
Hugo proposes to Kim and
both Albert and Rosie realize
they're in love. Jan Cable
was originally cast in the
part of Kim but due to a
case of mono, the part was
accepted by Tina Behrents.
Thanks to the enthusiasm
of the students and
responsive audiences, the
play was a great success.
This page sponsored by
Lanes Glass Co. Galesburg Glass Co
Got a Favorite Star? Put a Penny in his Jar
Penny Prance-annual event of the super
stars. Got a favorite star? Throw a
penny in his jar and see him crowned
king for doing his favorite thing. This
dance, sponsored by the G.A.A. is held
after the last home game of the basket-
ball season. The Freedom Field provided
the tunes for the Streak fans While
Otis Porcia, Silver Streak star, was
crowned king. The voting took place in
the main hall with each penny
representing a vote and at the conclusion
of a given time, the athlete with the
most pennies wins.
Otis Porcia, King of Penny Prance, and date Terry
Larry Lucas, one member of the Freedom Field.
This page sponsored by
Belscot Family Center Swinging to the tunes of the Freedom Field
The cage team for the faculty.
The teachers received a good
workout this year when they
were challenged to two
basketball games. The student
teachers defeated the faculty
team before one of the largest
audiences the faculty games
have had. On the 29th of
March, the faculty put up a
great fight against the
Winning intramural teams. The
final score was Faculty 56,
Facult Puts Up a Fight
--. , FRONT ROW: J. Seiberlich, R. Kimble, C. Hayes, T. Beck, BACK
V ROW: D. Nelson, B. Shaver, J. Robinson, S. Nelson, S. Robison,
Two freaks are better than one? S- Line, M- J0h8I1r1-
LEFT TO RlGNT:J.Trulock,C.Cox,J. Pearson, C. Ankenbrant, FRONT ROW: T. Beck, T. Cowen, K. Burger,
This page sponsored by Belscot Family Center
SECOND ROW: L. Pattison, B. Zimdar, J. Glasno-
vich, M. Steblein, N. Blevins, D. Jachim, G.
Yocham, A. Ramirez.
Reflector Marches Past Stage Band
With the coming of mid-March, the great
REFLECTOR basketball squad, a die-hard bunch
of roundballers, took to the floor once again
after two agonizing losses earlier in the season
to the Budget C33-313 and to the Sly Sickle
C104-623. Of course, the scores were often
disputed as the IHSA officials just could not
make it on the nights we played. The third
game, however, turned out differently, with
a magnificent 56-55 win over a tough Stage
Band team. During the season, the REFLECTOR's
two non-staff players, Seiberlich and Betsworth,
turned in tremendous performances. In the
Sickle game, it was Jeff Seiberlich, with an
astounding 45 points. In the clash with the
Stage Band, Jim Betsworth put in 20 points, to
take high-scoring honors. From there, it was
Tom Larson with 15, Dave Bivens 13, Self 1.
The REFLECTOR wishes to express its
appreciation to referees Mr. Kessler and Mr.
Rodeffer for taking time out of their evenings Y011 mean W6'vS actually W011?
for the games. Thanks also to the cheerleaders,
the opponents, and the Coaches, Duane
Spillers, Bill Bailey, and Dave Bayless for
making a most interesting season.
FRONT ROW: J. Seiberlich, C. Ferguson. SECOND ROW: D.
Bowen, D. Bivens, D. Bayless, T. Larson. THIRD ROW: B.
Self, M. Godsil, L. Lehman, S. Gore.
This page sponsored by
O. T. Johnson Co. Look at the hole in the bottom!
In memorandum to the Kazoo Band of 1971.
With kazoos and corres-
ponding T-shirts, the
Seniors struck out on
their own to form the
1971 Kazzo Band. Danny
Griffith and Dan Lind-
Strom started the whole
thing which eventually
landed a picture in the
town paper, a position
in the Christmas parade,
and a one-night stand in
Reflectavue and from past
reports, they were
greatly missed on the
second night. The band
will long be remembered
by both participants
971 Seniors : Imagination and Initiative
The Sly Sickle first appeared in the halls
of GHS in late autumn of 1970. First it
seemed destined to be only an insignificant
short-lived paper, but before the year was
half spent the Sickle had truly become a real
part of the life of a great majority of GHS
students. The writers have the reputation
for being always truthful-even when the
truth is not pleasant. The paper says what
they mean and they mean what they say and
this is why they are the tremendously
successful and respected organization
that they are.
This page sponsored by
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English 0 ers Wide and Varied Courses
i The students of Galesburg
Senior High School do not feel
limited when enrolling in an
English class for there are
fifteen various courses
offered. This is one of the most
advanced and wide ranged
programs of its kind in the
state of Illinois. Along with
the basic literature and
grammar classes which the
sophomores are required to
take, are a number of other
interesting courses from which
they may choose. Those
students interested in the
newspaper field may take a
course in Journalism where
they get extra practice by
writing articles for the Budget. .
College bound students can Peek'a'b00!
find excellent preparatory
classes offered. I Q
Yes, Anita, c-a-t.
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History- The Outline 0 a Better World
A special American Studies program has been added to the
Social Studies department of Galesburg Senior High
School. American Studies is an attempt to blend American
History with American literature. This is a two hour course
as opposed to the regular one hour allotted to other
. classes. American History is a prerequisite for graduation
and gives the student an understanding of the founding
and development of our country. As well as World History
and Economics, American Problems and Current Events
are offered for the study of American and world affairs.
S With the knowledge gained from these courses we are
on our way to a better world because we learn from the
mistakes and accomplishments of past history.
Jolly John. History marches on! Ah, yes.
Let's hear it for History!
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Science-A Look Inside
In a science course at Galesburg Senior High School
there is no end to what can be accomplished. In Biology,
frogs are disected as well as crayfish, grasshoppers
and maybe even a pig. The student learns about living
things as well as his own heredity. Half of the time
spent in Chemistry is used for laboratory work and
the other half is lectures. In Physics class, one can
complain about almost impossible problems and on the
side learn about force and energy. Advanced
Biology is offered for those students who want a more
detailed knowledge of life. In all courses,
individual projects are attempted.
Oooh, how can you touch that?
Just a. little more Whipped cream and
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Mathematics Developes Concentration
You've got to be kidding!
There are no required courses for grad-
uation in the mathematics department
at G.H.S., but the demands and
interest in courses are well above
average. Algebra is a. prerequisite for
any course which you wish to enroll in
in the field of mathematics. When
working with such complex numbers,
your power of concentration is greatly
developed. Mathematics is an important
asset and necessity in modern day life.
Language-A Mixture of Club and Class
The Galesburg High School Language Department
has four foreign languages to offer to its students:
Latin, German, Spanish and French. The
department is well equipped with Language
Laboratories which give the students an oppor-
tunity to listen to the spoken pronunciation of
their language. Each of the different languages
has its own club where they have meetings and
activities designed to inform the student of the
customs and events of the language of their choice.
Nice hair but that dandruff!
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Business Aids the College and Job-Bound
I told you not to take it.
It really can't be my fault.
Our world of business is forever growing and so
are the number of courses offered to the students
in the business program of G.H.S. For college
bound students, the skill of typing is imperative
and shorthand will come in very handy for
note taking during those long college lectures.
Other courses offered for the business-minded
student are bookkeeping, stenography and
accounting. A great part of the Business Program
is the Distributive Education and Cooperative
Office Occupations courses by which students
earn graduation credits and experience.
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Vocal Music Enjoyed by All
In the Vocal Music Department
of Galesburg Senior High School
there are A Cappella Choir,
Concert Choir and Girl's Glee
Club. The Glee Club is directed
in two sections by Mrs.
Graffouliere, while the other
groups are directed by Mr. Hegg.
From the A Cappella Choir come
the three ensembles, Senior
Girls, Junior Girls and Singing
Streaks. These groups perform -
at various times for the enjoy-
ment of the entire community.
What a day for a daydream.
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I nstrumentul Music Serves Community
' And the walls came tumbling down.
And the beat goes on.
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For the third year in a row, the Instrumental
Department is under the direction of Miss Sally
Rynott. The band consists of '73 members and a
drum major. This year they have increased their
marching pace to 180 steps per minute. The
band performs in concert three times a year in the
Winter, Spring and Christmas Concerts. They
also provide music for all the home football and
basketball games. From this large band the
Stage Band is selected. This band meets during
advisory and performs when the large band can't.
Who put that there?
You're funny, Hog, you're funny!
Art is Relaxing Creatifvely
Art gives students a chance for
self expression and relaxation.
Every day during class, records
are played while the students
express themselves in their many
forms of art. Pottery, sculpture
and sketching are some art
courses which are offered.
As you walk through the school
around Christmas time and enjoy
all of the decorations, you can be
sure the Art department has been
hard at work. To measure the
student's individual progress
each student is required to
turn in a certain number of
sketches or paintings. The
students of Galesburg Senior
High School owe a great deal
to the art department.
The Sistine Chapel it's not!
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The business of agriculture demands a trained
man to be successful in serving both his
family and the world. The Agriculture department
at Galesburg Senior High School trains students
toward this goal. The curriculum offers courses
in farming, agricultural economics and
engineering. In class, students learn to judge
soils, grains and stock. The classes take trips
to farms in the Galesburg area to see their
studies put to practical use. Today's farmer
must be a scientist and a specialist to succeed.
You crossed a what with a what?
He attacked it tooth and nail. An industrious Industrial Arts student.
Industrial Arts -Mechanical Minds at Work
At any time of the day you can walk into the
Industrial Arts classes at G.H.S. and see
the mechanical minds of the boys at work.
They are busy with carpentry, metal works,
printing and gas engines. Technical
skills in drafting design and scale
drawing are developed. The boys learn
the fundamentals as well as the intricate
skills involved in each course. Towards
the end of the year, the department displays
, its work in an Industrial Arts Fair held
in the high school gymnasium. Industrial
Arts interprets the industrial world in
the student in terms of his abilities.
The old-fashioned meat grinder routine.
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Needles and Pins, Pots and Pans
So that's where she keeps it!
Needles and pins, pots and pans, cottons and
wools and tables and chairs are all a part
of the G.H.S. Home Economics department.
Girls are taught to plan and prepare well
balanced meals in classes of food and nutri-
tion. Family relationships, child develop-
ment and interior decorating are all touched
on in a home and family studies course. An
open house for the students, faculty and
counselors is held just before Christmas.
This wide variety of courses prepares girls
home-making careers inside the home and out.
If she makes us eat it again, I quit!
Ooo, sour milk!
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Wlzo Could Forget...P. E.?
Summe-r's over and it's time to get back in
shape again. There is no better way to do
this than by taking the Physical Fitness tests
which are required for both boys and girls.
Classroom Work as well as the usual
sports are required. This work includes health
studies, first aid and personal adjustment.
Physical Education courses play an important
part in the lives of the school's students.
After all who could forget the fetching' gym
suits and the special scent of the locker room.
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The Statue of Liberty he ain't.
Just five more minutes?
Heads it's mine, tails it's yours.
Really, that isn't the way I heard it
I don't want to look, I don't want to look.
Turn the Key and Panic
Today the key, tomorrow the accelerator.
Just think, no more classroom work, you're
actually behind the wheel for your first
time. You look at your instructor for
the go signal, turn the key and panic!
But there is no need to worry, Mr. Wallace,
Mr. Albright and Mr. Hickey are all
highly experienced and qualified instructors.
Besides, they all have a special brake
pedal which comes in very handy at times. Now
that you're on your way, try to remember
all those things you've learned. If your
mind draws a blank, don't worry-you have
nine weeks to remember while you drive.
If only this were Friday.
Mother always told me there
would be days like these.
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School Board -Link
Seven local citizens chosen by
the public, make up the Board of
Education for Galesburg School
District 205. The board works
closely with the Superintendent
of Schools, Mr. Barney C. Parker,
and provides a link between the
school system and the com-
munity. A few of the duties of the
Board of Education are to select
the faculty members and
personnel, to approve the buying
of supplies for the school district
and making' the rules and
regulations for the operation
of the school system.
Mr. Barney Parker, Superintendent of Schools
FRONT ROW: Mr. L. Westcott, Mrs. W. Kelly, Mr. Sauter. SECOND ROW: Mr. R. Mustain, Mr. J. Lillie, Mr. J. Davis, Mr
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Mr. George Miller, Principal
Mr. George Miller is now in his third
year as Principal of Galesburg Senior
High School. The responsibility of
running a school the size of GHS is a
great one and Mr. Miller is well
qualified and very experienced as a
leader in the field of education.
He has taught industrial arts and
math for five years as well as being
principal for 17 years. Mr. George
Lundeen, the assistant principal, is a
great help to Mr. Miller in the enforce-
ment of rules and regulations of GHS,
while Mr. Dunn heads the Business
Education at the school.
Mr. George Lundeen, Assistant Principal
Mr. Ray Dunn, Vocational Director
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Mrs. Anne Byram Mr. Willam Collis Mr. Gene Denisar
Counselors- The Problem Solvers
There are six dedicated and well trained individuals
in the offices at the high school who are willing
to advise the students when needed. Mrs. Kraft and
Mr. Collis spent their time advising the Sophomores,
Miss Westefer and Mr. Shover with the Juniors, and
Mrs. Byram and Mr. Denisar with the Seniors. The
Sophomore counselors spent most of their time
getting new students adjusted to the life at high
school, while the upper class counselors busied
themselves supplying college information to
interested students. Many students think of their
counselors as "their parents away from home."
Mr. Doug Fitch
Mrs, Grace Kraft Mr. Stan Shover Miss Nancy Westefer
Mrs. Betty Anderson
Mrs. Dorothy Folger
Mrs. Pansy Mendez
Mrs. Carlene Benson Mrs. Leah Chapman
The Office -Efficiency in Action
Where do the students go for books, tardies, and aid
at GHS? Why, the office of course. You can be sure
they do for it's a very busy place. The office workers
are well qualified and usually know what to do
Ceven in case of a bomb scarej. Mrs. Folger and
Mrs. Anderson handle the many secretarial duties
and Mrs. Mendez is tucked away in her bookroom
keeping track of the treasury. As attendance clerk,
Mrs. Benson keeps detailed records while Mrs. Stine
spends her time making schedule changes and
sending college applications. Mrs. Petrie assists in
Learning Center. These workers are always
ready to give needed assistance.
Mrs. Mary Petrie Mrs. Wanda Stine
Neither Rain nor Sleet nor Dark of Night . .
Where would we be today without
teachers? Those brave souls facing the
snow, cold, and freezing rain to further
the education of the youth of today.
QOutside having fun, but that is
besides the point.J The teachers
at G.H.S., on the most part, are very
much involved with the students. Many
of them sponsor various organizations
and serve as supervisors for sports
events and dances. No one should
knock the teachers of G.H.S. for they
go far beyond the call of duty
to serve the student body.
MR. JERRY ALBRIGHT
MR. DALE ALLARD
MISS CAROL ANKENBRANDT
MR, JOHN AUGUSTON
MRS. MARY BANGERT
MRS. LOUISA BARASH
MR. ROBERT BEAL
MR. RILEY BOWEN
MR. PATRICK BOYLSON
MISS CAROL COX
MR. DAVID CRAIG
MRS. BETTY CREEKMUR
MR. BILL CREEKMUR
MR. JIMMIE CROWN
MISS VELMA DENNY
MR. HAL DEVORE
MRS. HELEN DUNN
MR. GEORGE EACOTT
MR. JOHN BROWNING
MR. GARY BRUINGTON
MR. DAVID CASS
MR. MARVIN COCHRAN
MR. TERRY COLBERT
MR. JOHN CONNER
MR. DAVID GUNDERSON
MRS. DIANNE GUNDERSON
MRS. NANCY HARLACHER
MR. STEPHEN I-IAWES
MRS, CLARICE I-IEGG
MR. ROLAND HEGG
MR. BOB ERNST
MRS. RUTH FINN
MR. ART FISH
MRS. PATRICIA FOX
MISS GRETCHEN GATES
MRS. ELIZABETH GRAFFOULIERE
MR. JOHN GRIFFITH
Director of the Learning Center
MR. ROBERT GROVE
MR. ROBERT GRUBA
MRS. SUSAN HERMAN
MRS. LAMORNE HICKEY
MR. MIKE HICKEY
Miss VIRGINIA HINCHLIFF
MR. LEWIS IRWIN
MR. ROBERT JOHNS
MR. CHAUNCEY KENNEY
MR. JOHN KESSLER
MRS. MARY KOHLMAN
MR. CHARLES KRAUSE
MR. FRED KUSTER
MR. THOMAS LENTZ
MISS ANNE MC KENZIE
MRS. MIRIAM MC NIEL
MR. TED MANSAGER
MRS. DELORES RYNER
MISS SALLY RYNOTT
MISS DENA SAAIJENGA
MR. BILL SARGENT
MISS RUTH SCHWARZ
MR. ROBERT SELF
MRS. JANET SHELLY
MRS. RENNIE SMITH
MR. KENNETH MAURIZI
MRS. BENITA MOORE
MR. DAVID MOORE
MR. JOE PATTERSON
MR. RAY PEOPLES
MR. RICHARD PORTER
MR. HOWARD PURCELL
MRS. GAYLA QUICK
MR. HOWARD REUTER
MR. JOE RODEFFER
MR. WILLIAM ROEHLK
MRS. BEVERLY ROSINE
MR. ROGER SOPER
MR. BRUCE SPENCER
MRS. MARJORIE SPERRY
MRS. JUDY STANDARD
MRS. MURRELL STEPHAN
MR. BOB TORLEY
MR. DENNIS TWITTY
MR. JOHN THIEL
MISS JANET TRULOCK
MR. WILLIAM TURNER
MRS. MARY WADE
MR. R. E. WALLACE
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MR. RICHARD WHITE
MR. ROGER WILSON
MRS. LINDA WOOD
MISS JOYCE WUEHLE
MR. EUGENE YOACHUM
Even though a star ss truly only a mass of
gaseous elements man for some reason
has to place a personal value to it. His
life is centered around attaining his
own stan his private goal.
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Griffith, T. Anderson, SECOND ROW: K Olmsted T THIRD ROW D Tamimie B Turvey S Trimble
Student Councll Buzzes Wlth Actwlty
When the students of GHS have
a gripe or request they turn
to the Student Council for
leadership. This year Student
Council really freaked out
the school with the intro-
duction of an even more
relaxed dress code allowing
the girls to wear slacks to
school. The goal was set for
an open first and seventh hour
study hall system and the
purchase of two student
bulletin boards proved to be
an effective means to attract
student attention. Besides the
new membership this year's
Student Council experienced a
new Sponsor, Mr. Lundeen,
who contributed greatly to
the organization of business.
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FRONT ROW' L Vitali T. Beck D S iker R.McCarth
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C. Faulund, L. Gottenborg, D. Mathews, D. Steven-
son. SECOND ROW: M. Tolley, M. Jordan, P. Anderson
R. Cunningham, D. Allensworth, T. Rowen, S. Wil-
liamson. THIRD ROW: M. Demott, J. Willander, M.
Barstow, S. Bean, P. Berg, V. Stevenson, R. Cook, D
Bullock. FOURTH ROW: R. Hartley, G. Smith, S. Saul
M. Johann, M. Chivell, M. Reed, G. Walters, A. Prina
P. Birmingham. FIFTH ROW: P. Collins, D. Halpern
R. Stout, G. Purcell, J. McCollough, J. Betsworth, T
Johnson, R. Blythe, M. Dierdorff, G. Duffy, B. Roit-
burd, C. Hunderford, S. Peters, T. Larson.
Along comes February and people ask,
"Has the yearbook been started, yet"
And all that the staff could say was
"You'd better believe it!" Before the
leaves fell from the trees, the Tori Having
REFLECTOR staff had selected the theme
and was looking forward to the last Dave Bivens
dead line. Since September, almost every Business Manager
Saturday from ten to ten has been spent Tom Larson
in To's backroom amidst typewriters, Layout Editor
pictures, croppers, layouts, copysheets,
Pepsi bottles, records, three dogs, two cats
and a turtle. Each editor had its own
little section in the chaos. Getting the
Juniors to sell ads brought out the
Hitler in Bivey and having to change the
layouts time after time drove Tom up a
utility pole. The Senior information
sheets added a bit of excitement to the
day when they were used in an all out
paper wad war. After all the hours
of work, the editors have grown very
close, and as they look back to what
was once frustrating and tiring work,
they'll realize how really
beautiful those hours were.
1971 Reflector Chose Its Star
Bob Blanchard Don Bowen Mike Godsil Phil Leeson
Sports Editor Sports Editor Photographer Photographer
Janet Cable ' Pattie Muller Carrie Kenney Mr. Kenney
Art Editor Senior Editor Soph-Jr. Editor Faculty Advisor
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Anita Nelson ,
and with United E ort Attained It
FRONT ROW: C. Davis, N. Parkinson, M,
Hartley, S. Campbell, R. Cook, J. Wil-
lander. SECOND ROW: M. Rogers, C. Rue-
dig, C. Kayser, E. Schubach, S. Miller,
J. Long, M. Bick. THIRD ROW: N. Morris,
P. Minnie, J. Stoerzbach, M. Hennen-
fent, S. Saul, R. Hartley, F. Smith, S.
like a star
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FRONT ROW: M. Abrahamson, J. Peterson, C. Curtis
C. Fa.ko, M. Brown, R. McKie, P. Lietsch, V. Williams.
SEDOND ROW: M. Franson, J. Lindberg, M. Bates, J.
McCullough, L. Chapin. THIRD ROW: P. Birmingham,
"ACH TUNG!" shouts Dave Bivens and the
Sophomore money-machine is set in motion.
Faithfully braving the cold at the football
games and the multitudes at the
basketball games, these Reflector staff
workers put forth the supreme effort to
bring in the money that helps to pay for
this publication. Their goals are the
stars as their hopes of a possible editorship
increase as their sophomore year nears its
completion and their junior year looms
FRONT ROW: R. Hacker, J. Bennett, M. Carlson, K. Mc-
Lauglin, K. Carr. SECOND ROW: J. Kenney, R. Self,
V. Clevenger, D. Bevard, T. Adams, V. Ginther, P.
Henry, C. Wolbers, R. Hartley, D. Venard, M. Leeson,
T. Poulos, D. Spiker.
S. Higgins, D. Steck, T. Pscheidt, M. Sandoval, M
McLaren, J. Nelson, L. Jackson, S. Douglas.
FRONT ROW: B. Denly, K. Kennedy. M. Wong, D. Moulton, D. Anderson, P. Muller, M.
D. Bevard, D. Simpson. SECONDROW:C.John- Bick, C. Butler, C. Humes, V. Ginther.
son, J. Leahy, R. Shryack, C. Drake, THIRD FOURTH ROW: P. Gottenberg, D. Bixby, R.
ROW: S. Erickson, J. Sandberg, B. Poulos, Hacker, L. Lincoln, J. Morris, D. Fensterer.
Arte Clubbe Paints Future
T. Lytle, Pres., C. Ferguson, V. Pres., G. Scott,
Sec., C. Strader, Treas.
The artistic talents of students at GHS
are given recognition by admission to
the elite ranks of Arte Clubbe. Display
cases are always filled with the efforts of
enthusiastic members: charcoals,
oils, watercolors, and everything else
imaginable. Unusual background scenery
was designed for the Christmas Concert
which was so fantastic that it was used
again as decoration for the Winter Formal.
Demonstrations and exhibitions were
given at the Civic Art Center which
displayed the many forms of artistic media
which members have mastered.
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News Editor News Editor
1970-'71 was a year of many innovations for the Budget.
Other firsts included a junior as Editor-in-Chief, an amazing
accomplishment and a new sponsor, Mr. Gene Yoachum.
The paper was published
Weekly and contained up-
to-date feature articles,
sports coverage and
schoolwide news. The
Budget also chose a
student who had currently
excelled in athletics for the
honorary position of
"Streak of the Week." In
addition to the duties of
publishing the Budget, the
staff found time to partici-
pate in sporting challenges
with the Reflector staff.
Jeff Fox Eugene Grubaugh
Sports Editor Sports Editor
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Agnes Haklar Tom Lytle Mark Johnson 8a Bob.Erffmeyer
Circulation Manager Cartoonist Staff Writers
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'71 was a Very Good Year
The Inter-Club Council is an organization
at GHS which consists of the heads of all
the organizations and clubs. This club
holds a banquet at the beginning of each
year. They plan the various activities
and meetings for their clubs. The school
calendar is set up with the cooperation of
these students. At the beginning of the
school year, an orientation program was
given for the sophomores. This year
proved quite interesting for the speeches
A Cappella Choir ....... ...... R oger Callahan
AFS ....................,..... ....... S andie Watters
Arte Clubbe ..... ............ T om Lytle
Band ................ ..... J im Weyerns
Boys' Forum ......
Budget ............... ...... R ichard Ney
Concert Choir ........ ..... D iane Bailey
CWT ................ ......... T im Stewart
DE ......... ..... D arrell Moody
Debate ...... ...... S teve Wilson
FFA ....... ..................... R ichard Kelly
FHA ...... ...................... J eralyn Finney
FNA .................. Mardel Patch, Julie Talbert
FTA .................................... Terry Schubach
French Club .......................... Dave Tamimie
G-Club ........... ................ B ill Westfall
Pep Club ................................. Gloria Bohan GAA .............. ................ T ina Behrents
Reflector ............. Tori Haring, Susie Jacobs Gadettes ................... Jan Cable, Cathy Irsch
Senior Council ...................... Dave Peterson German Club ...... .................. C hris Kayser
Stage Call ..................................... Jan Cable GSL .................. ............. T erry Wilburn
Spanish Club ........... ...... G eorgia Scott Latin Club ,...,... ....,....... T om I-Iolst
Student Council ....... ....... D ave Bayless NHS ................... ...... D ave Tamimie
Thespians .............. ....... G ayle Goolsby OO ........................ ...... J udy Calhoun
VICA ........................................ Rick Harvey Pasteur Society ......................... Beth Fifield
1 T. Lytle, 2 B.Westfa.l1,3 G. Bohan, CD Q CD CD
4 T. Schubach, 5 J. Finney, 6 S. Wil- Q
son, 7 T. Wilburn, 8 B. Fifield, 9 R. Q
Main, 10 T. I-Iaring, 11 J. Talbert, 12 CD
QD S. Jacobs, 13 J. Weyerns, 14 D. Tami-
Qjj mie, 15 D. Bayless, 16 T. Behrents,
Q 17 J. Cable.
Senior Council Works to Make Prom a Success
T The 1970-1971 Senior Council centered its attention
on the project of earning money for the Senior
Prom. The council consists of any interested
Seniors who wish to donate their time and ideas
to the various projects that Senior Council
undertakes. Aside from the prom, the council
concerns itself with graduation. They measure
the Seniors and order the caps and gowns for
this ceremony and also set up a system of ushers
for Baccalaureate. A few of the money making
projects were rumage sales, bake sales, car washes,
pop bottle drives, and after game dances. In
previous years the representatives had been
elected in their home rooms. This year the system
was abolished and the council was opened to
all Senior students. It was discovered that this
type of "volunteer"
The Senior Council sponsored after game
LEFT TO RIGHT: S. Whittles, Vice-Pres., N. Schearer, Treas., C. Alters, Sec., D. Peterson, Pres.
FRONT ROW: K. Davis, C. Alters, S. Norris, J. Harris, T. Engholm, C. Coughlin, N. Shearer,
C. Miller, C. Ruedig, D. Bayless. SECOND ROW: D. Peterson, S. Whittles, N. French, T. Schu-
bach, P. Bocox, T. Behrents, C. Kayser, C. Light, L. Bailey. THIRD ROW: D. Tamimie, R.
Kimble, P. Bernier, G. Bohan, J. Sandberg.
to GHS and
this is one of
Varsity Cheerleaders Encourage Pep and
A little razzle-dazzle from
the basketball cheerleaders
kept audiences around the
state in awe. Seniors Chris
Ferguson, Sylvia Trimble,
Laurie Lehman, and Terry
Wilburn, with their
perfected acrobatics, led the
younger girls through a
tough season. Games are
expecially tough for
cheerleaders when the
score gets close, and
Galesburg certainly had
their share of close ones.
The last event of the year is
the "G" Club banquet
where all of the varsity
and parents are honored
for all the hard work
of the past year.
LEFT T0 RIGHT: S. Gore, T. Wilburn, C. Ferguson, L. Lehman, B. Roit-
burd, S. Trirnble.
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Enthusiasm Throughout the Basketball Season
Laurie Lehman, Senior
Terry Wilburn, Senior
Chris Ferguson, Senior
Beth Roitburd, Junior
LEFT T0 RIGHT: T. Behrents, S. Norris, C. Light, N. French, J. Crisman, C. Miller
Cheerleaders Activate Frozen Fans
d Veteran football cheerleaders Tina
Behrents and Connie Miller led the 1970
squad to a busy season. The girls and
their coach, Mrs. Rosine, decided to take
on a cheering job for the cross country
team as well as their normal football
schedule. Other activities for this years
squad include the homecoming parade
and bonfire, pep assembly, and a
demonstration at the state
cheerleading clinic. The cheerleaders
being all seniors were well experienced
in their field with five of the six having
been on the varsity basketball squad, the
JV's, or the sophomore squad of two
years ago. The only rookie was Julie
Crisman who did a fine job all season.
The Reflector staff wishes to congratulate
all the girls on a vivacious 1970
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Joey Browning, 1971 football mascot
The ,IV's ,lump into '72
With hopes of making a
1972 varsity squad, this
years JV's have Worked
hard on improving both
acrobatics and jumps. Their
season activities include
the home games of the
junior varsity basketball
team, and one out of town
game for the sophomore
team and helping out the
varsity in the second
game. Good luck to all of
the girls in their try for
a varsity stop next year.
LEFT T0 RIGIIT: S. Watson, M. Derry, P. King, C. Johnson, T. Johnson
Pony Cheerleaders Horse Around
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Dressed in beautiful new uniforms, the Sophomore
Cheerleading squad made their debut as G.H.S. cheer-
leaders. The little seen pony games give the girls a fine
opportunity to gain experience for their future attempt
at the varsity squad.
LEFT T0 RIGHT: K. Martin, T. Scott, C. Johnson, K. Burger, C. Haulk,
sponsored by A 8 1
FRONT ROW R Hartley P Davis D Friend J Cable C Whlttles, J. Willander, P. Mueller,
Coughhn S Jackson L Ehrenhardt SECOND ROW S Saul, C. Irscli, C. Tolbert, K.
Here lS Preclslon Plus
A new group, the Galesburg Gadettes,
was introduced at GHS this year. The
Gadettes is a drill team composed of
twenty girls selected on the basis of
ability, by sponsors, Mrs. Kohlman and
Mrs. Harlacher. The girls rehearse
two hours weekly to work up routines
to drum cadences and music for
performances at assemblies, parades,
game intermissions, and Reflectavue.
Their uniforms are black and gold plaid
jumpers, berets, and pompons. With
their bright smiles and precision
marching the Gadettes are a welcome
addition to GHS activities.
Debbie and Deana. Youngren
FROHT ROW: J. Bugg, S. Jackson, V. Clevenger, C. A1-
gren, C. Fako, T. Scott, K. Smith, J. Griffith, B. Eyre.
SECOND ROW: J. Colburn,C.Wolbers, S. Dixon, J. Peter-
son, D. Mathews, D. Joyner. THIRD ROW: A. Humphrey
N. White, N. Howard, D. Spencer, D. White, C. Powell,
R. Barragan, B. Robertson, D. McKillip, R. Hartley,
B. Fifield, D. McKillip. FOURTH ROW: M. Bick, S. Eise-
mann, J. Inman, J. Stoerzbach, K. Gulson, G. Han-
nam, K. Haulk, M. Hennenfent, J. Tapper, S. Miller, S
McGuire, R. Ponce, C. McFarland. FIFTH ROW: B
Munson, K. Wells, M. Clark, L. Bailey, C. Bruntmyer
S. Dwyer, D. Bennett, C. Tolbert, N. French, V. Der-
rick, S. Gibbs, J. McMillan, C. Coughlin, T. Smith
SIXTH ROW: T. Wilberding, K. Dugan, P. Jones, R. Mc-
Carthey, C. Schiele, P. Hiles, R. Myer, C. I-lumes, S
Ruedig, L. Nyman, D. Bailey, D. Patty, M. Bugg.
Girls Service League Aids Projects ,
Girls Service League is exactly what the
name implies-an organization of girls
dedicated to the service of their school and
community. In the fall, a style show is
given to inform the sophomore girls of the
proper dress for the many school functions.
Decoration of the goal posts at the home
football games and the hoop through which
the basketball team bursts before home
games inspire school spirit. Christmas
service projects include the decorating of the
school Christmas tree and the packing of
cookies to be distributed to nursing homes.
The sponsorship of a Korean student is just
one more GSL project. The year concluded
with a. beautiful banquetg a Well deserved
reward for a year of enthusiastic service.
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LEFT T0 RIGHT: C. Light, Sec., S. Trimble, V, Pres., Mrs.
Byram, Spon., T. Wilburn, Pres., J. Leahy, Treas.
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A GSL project in action.
So much for that finger
FRUM LEFT T0 RIGHT: T. Adams, P. Lietsch, L. Boynton, K. Burkhalter, C. Irsch, -D. Ketterling, K. Davis
D. Finley, M. Bullis, J. Webster, C. O'Bryant, M. Reed, S. Beckham, P. Mendez, L. Bailey.
S. A. A.
Sports And Assemblies
The Student Activities Association, the
largest student organization at GHS
offers its members a wide variety of
entertainment ranging from sports to
cultural enlightenment. Students gain
admission to football and basketball games,
the fall and spring plays, and special
assemblies which feature artists, musicians,
and scores of other fascinating people,
by flashing their S.A.A. identification
cards. This year's system of S.A.A.
identification has been vastly improved
over previous systems. At the suggestion
of Dave Tamimie pictures are taken the day
of registration and the I.D. cards are
distributed. Cards are punched at the entrance
to programs which eliminates confusion.
A featured artist performs for students
FROM l.EF'I' T0 RIGIIT: P. Crocker, L. Hasselbacher, K. L. Ehrenhardt, P. Hayes, N. Ahlberg, K. Southwell
Cook, J. Sportsman, C. Kenney, L. Evans, S. Osborn, V. Davis, B. Wilson, H. Ewing, M. Abrahamson
Pep Club Encourages Participation
FROM lEFT TO RIGHT: S. Johnson, Treas.g G. Bohan,
Pres., M. Patch, V. Pres.: C. Ruedig, Sec.
Pep Club is an organization designed to
inspire the school spirit and team
support necessary to boost the "Streaks"
on to victory in any competitive sport.
Members are represented at meetings by
students elected from the homerooms.
These representatives participate in the
membership drive and money-making
projects which enable Pep Club to sponsor
buses to out of town games and to offer this
service to its members at reduced rates.
Pep assemblies are organized in
cooperation with the cheerleaders and band
to build up enthusiasm for "big" games.
Pep Club does a. great job setting and
maintaining high standards of good
sportsmanship and school spirit.
FRONT ROW: M. Mackey, T. Byerly, C. Cecil, B. Glass
S. Hoopes, B. Collinson, B. Williams, J. Pillsbury
SECOND ROW: R. McKie, T. Poulos, C. Barnes, C. Brown,
L. Standard, C. Curtis, J. McCullough, J. Frazier, M
Bates, E. Spinks. THIRD ROW: C. O'Brya.nt, K. Munson
D. Lakis, P. Carroll, V. Zefo, T. Rink, M. Arnold, D.
Knight, C. Ferguson, A. Maciel. FOURTH ROW: D. Steck,
M. Reeder, C. Phipps, J. Palmgren, S. Douglas, S.
Johnson, J. Powelson, D. Norris, D. Makeever.
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LEFT TO RIGHT: R. Sundberg, Treas., J. Swedlund, Act. Chair., R. Main, Pres., R. Icenogle, VP B Westfall Sec
Bo s' Forum Assists in Bene icial Projects
Boys' Forum is a. service
organization that participates
in projects beneficial to the
school by providing financial
assistance. Two Christmas
trees were provided this year
for GSL to decorate. Students
are grateful for the pop
machines that are sponsored
by Boys' Forum. Although
students hear little of the good
Boys' Forum does, it is nice to
know that this organization
can be depended upon when
their help is needed.
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FRONT ROW: J. Taylor, S. Carl-
son, E. Leahy, J. Deets, D.
Line, D. Volmer. SECOND ROW:
K. Lithander, J. Olson, D.
Hawthorne, D. Ronk, K. Web-
ber, B. Parker. THIRD ROW: D.
Hennenfent, R. Donaldson,
D. Trask, J. Severens, M.
Jacobs, C. Johnson. FOURTH
ROW: R. Sparling, B. Stellar,
R. Ferguson, T. Peddicord,
M. Addis, R, Larson, M.
Johann. FIFTH ROW: B. Poulos,
J. Weaver, M. McCall, J. Bar-
ker, C. Griffin. SIXTH ROW: G.
Shannon, B. DeForest, J.
Sterling. SEVENTH ROW: D.
Malmrose, B. Owen, S. Har-
ris, F. Peterson, J. Strader.
People still drink pop?
Science Praeticed Outside Class
LEFT TO RIGHT: M. Dickeson, Treas., B. Ward, Sec., B. Fifield, P!'9S', J'
Science is a vital part of life
and the Pasteur Society's
activities emphasizes this.
Interesting speakers deliver
lectures on their research
projects and answer the
questions of the members.
Field trips are also an
important and Very popular
part of the club's activities.
The Pasteur Society also
sponsors the Elroy Smith
Science Award. Chosen
through a competitive exam
on Biology, Chemistry, and
Physics, the winner
receiving' a monetary award
FRONT ROW: D. Carr, B. Fifield, K. Carr, B. Ward, J. Hacker, R. Durbin, D. Parke, B. Evans. THIRD ROW: P.
Miller, B. Simmons, T. Shryack, M. Diekison, J. Sports- Leeson, J. Fifield, M. Ligg-ett. T, Squire, T. Parke, S.
man, D. Myler. SECOND ROW: S. Johnson, S. Douglas, R. Lotz, V. Qualls, J. Carlson.
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FRONT ROW: T. Haring, S. Watters, S. Brown, C. Ruedig, Marshall, R. Kimble, T. Behrents, G. Bohan, D. Bow-
V. Yarbro, G. Mohr, N. Steck. SECOND ROW: K. Nelson, en, D. Tamimie, C. Kayser, W. Westfall, R. Derry.
ational Honor Society I nducts New Members
One of the highest
honors that students
can receive is acceptance
into the National Honor
Society. A list of the
students is circulated
among the teachers
who are asked to
comment on the leader-
ship abilities, standards
of character, and degrees
of service of the
nominees. In the spring,
when new members are
announced, an induction
ceremony is held in
assembly to award the
recognition. Later, a
banquet was held at
which the results of the
election of officers
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Students Elected tn 1971
J. D. Robinson
Students Receive Individual Honors
Patriotism, citizenship, and scholarship are the
criteria the faculty uses to select one senior girl
and one senior boy to recommend to the Daughters
of the American Revolution and Sons of the
American Revolution for the good citizenship
awards. Tina Behrents and Dave Tamimie were
the 1971 recipients of the DAR and SAR awards,
respectively. For Tina, this was a special honor
as she had received the DAR award in the ninth
Tina Behrents, DAR
March brings the Merit
Scholarship Qualifying Tests
to the junior class
accompanied by severe cases
of test jitters and anguish on
account of the difficulty of
these tests. GI-IS was honored
by having three students
qualify as finalists.
Peggy Bocox, Finalist Tori Haring, Finalist
Dave Tamimie, SAR
Steve Wilson, Finalist
FRONT ROW: B. Ward, B. Rewald, B. Fifield, R. Main, T. son, Marshall, M. Dickeson, P. Bocox, J. Tamimie, N.
Schubach, S. Trimble, S. Whittles. SECOND ROW: S. Nel- Collinson, T. Anderson, D. Bayless.
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LEFT T0 RIGHT: B. Goolsby, P. Muller, J. Cable, D. Anderson, J. Crisman, S. Norris, T. Haring.
Thespians Show Theatrical Talent
But, Dear, Bordon likes legs.
Thespians, the NHS of theatrical
arts at GHS, became an
international society this year.
Membership to this group
is obtained by earning 10 points
which are accumulated by
working on the stage and lighting
crews, as directors, as
committee members, or by
performing on stage.
Many good times and quantities of
hard work go into the realization
of every high school actors goal:
admittance to Thespians.
Induction takes place in May
as well as the Best Thespians
award, which is given to that person
who has shown excellence in all
fields of theatrics.
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FRONT ROW: B. Rewald, C. Wickline, L. C. Davis, B. Prough, P. Minnie, M. Bick, G.
Goetsch. J. Wilds, A. Nelson, T. Adams. S. Gillham, L. Reynolds, D. Tamimie.
Johnson, R. Cook. BACK ROW: W. Jewsbury,
AFS Journeys to Greece.
The American Field Service is a student
committee at GHS that sponsors foreign
exchange students. Unfortunately this
year AFS was not able to
sponsor a student in Galesburg.
However, Sandra Watters spent the
summer of 1 970 in Greece and Linda
Brown is the first person ever to be
chosen as a guaranteed finalist from
GHS. She will be taking her trip
in the summer of 197 1.
mountains. . .clear blue sea. Greece
is all ofthese things and I certainly
eryoyed them but my summer was Sandra. Watters, AFS student to Greece
enriched with an aspect even more
important. . . the Greek people. I
lived the daily routine ofthe people,
and became just as a Greek myseK
The friendships, knowledge and
understanding which I acquired
are permanent and I 'Il cherish them
forever. My only regret is that more
people cannot have the same ex-
periences which I was so lucky to
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LEFT TO RIGI-IT: J. Tamimie, Treas., S. Eisemann, Corres. Sec., J. Shaw
Vice-Pres., S. Watters, Pres., P. Muller, Rec. Sec.
Lie, Cheat and Debate?
LEFT T0 RIGHT: R. Ney, D. Artz, S. Johnson, S. Willson, D. Bayless.
Having a member of the
GHS Debate team in a class
makes discussions very
interesting. The ease with
which they conduct their
arguments baffles their
opponents into submission.
Seriously, though, with the
aid of their new coach,
Mr. Colbert, the debate team
works very hard research-
ing their topics for debate
and compiling endless
stacks of index cards.
Besides trips around the
the Debate team travels to
the state debate
Quoting once again from Professor Terrence G. Carp
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Cinderella Swings to the German Polka
FRONT ROW: B. Ward, K. Petentler, T. Teval, L. stow, P. Ferris, C. Wickline, T. Anderson, T.
Bean, C. Curtis, P. Jones, I. Muller, M. Phillis, Coley, D. Artz, S. Torrence, S. Wilson, J. Ander-
S. Johnson. SECOND ROW: D. Schockey, M. Bar- son, V. Qualls, B. Blomquist.
'Deutsches Verrein Uber Alles" This
enthusiasm towards their traditional
wait for the train to Chicago. They never l
did get on it. German club adds to the l
country. Along with two enjoyable slide
shows, the third year class added to the
year the German club worked with
tour of German Town and Chicago.
Many of the students will always
remember their two and a half hour
student's knowledge of the German
entertainment by a production of
Cinderella in German.
FRONT ROW: J. Seiberlich, S. Johnson, M. Reeder,
J. Crisman, B. Fifield, N. French. SECOND ROW: S
Burger, A. Gamble, S. Ruedig, C. England, B
Wilson, E. Schubach, S. Miller, P. Minnie, L. Ny-
man, B. Rewald. THIRD ROW: B. Shaver, J. Sand-
l.EFT TO RIGNT: C. Ruedig, Sec., P. Bocox, Treas., C
Kayser, Pres., P. Muller, Vice-Pres.
borg, D. Boydstun, J. Johnson, S. Eisemann, K
McLaughlin, J. Stoerzbach, D. Lindstrom, M
Herr, M. Bugg. FOURTH ROW: T. Molburg, T. Sin-
gen, D. Stinson, W. J ewsbury, G. Walters, R. Ney
G. Duffy, D. Young, C. Griffin, B. Hepburn.
FRONT ROW: J. Dowers, J. Webster, C. Phipps,
K. Munson, S. Dixon, J. Pillsbury, K. Cook. D.
Friend, D. Spiker, R. McKie, P. Birmingham
D. Bevard, P. Tharp. SECOND ROW: D. Steok, R.
Petrie, D. Smith, B. Foreman, M. Bohman, T.
Rowen, C. Henry, M. Franson, D. Lindbeck, T
Wilberding, N. Borst. TNIRD ROW: M. Messmore
M. Liggett, J. Kohl, M. Brown, D. Hawthorne
D. Pearson, J. Olson, R. Stout, S. Williamson
T. Pscheidt, C. Johnson, B. Collinson.
When In Latin lub, D0 as the Latins Do
P Latin Club is a. social organization
for those students that have studied
W the language of ancient Rome
for one or more years of their high
school career. A greater under-
standing of the language is gained
from the lectures of guest speakers
on the customs, daily life, and
beliefs of the people of Rome.
Money-making projects go on all
year to finance a field trip
and the annual "Roman Style"
banquet in the spring with
typical Roman fortitude.
LEFT TO RIGNT: B. Hepburn, M. Phillis, J. Stephenson, R.
Cook, Calpurniag D. Artz, B. Rewald, M. Derry, Scribag J.
Wilds, K. Ascher, M. Franson, Midas, J. Willander, G.
Duffy. Not pictured T. Holst, Caesar.
FRONT ROW: S. Jackson, B. Long, J. Colburn, Kilpatrick, M. Carlson, G. Bocox, G. Cox, N.
L. Pearson, S. Brown, K. Carr, G. Smith, V. White, J. Van Fleet, R. Cunningham, M.
Williams, K. Jackson, T. Adams, P. Crocker. Abrahamson, D. Suryk, K. Lange.
SECOND ROW: P. Farrell, T. Williamson, P.
Spanish Club Donutes Time to Community and
Spanish Club filled the year 1
with parties, programs, and
service projects executed with
Spanish flair. Christmas
activities included an entry in
the Christmas parade as well
as a party, south-of-the-border
style, with dancing and a
pinata. Many informational
lectures were given at meetings,
including one by Mr. Turner
about his trip to Spain last
summer. As a service project,
members collected Clark gum
wrappers for UNICEF. The year
ended with a banquet at which
officers for the coming year
were elected. ,
LEFT T0 RIGHT: G. Scott, Pres., J. Shaw, Vice-Pres., L. Lincoln, Treas.,
G. Hannam, Sec.
French Club Gains Vivid Ideas of the
A French dinner at Pam McKie's house
started another fun filled year for French
Club. Besides experimenting with fondue,
members played charades using French
phrases. Meetings combine social events
with interesting guest speakers. At the
Christmas party, a French teacher from
Carl Sandburg gave members a vivid
idea of Christmas in France. Concluding
the year was a party that truly did
justice to the gay nature of the French.
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LEFT T0 RIGHT: S. Nelson, Vice-Pres., D. Tamimie
Pres., K. Nelson, Sec. Noi Pictured: M. Dosing, Treas.
World A airs Along with Activities of Their Own
FRONT ROW: D. Pick, J. Nelson, N. Dykeman, B. Mc-
Coy, J. Johnson, L. Goetsch, M. Ross, M. Hennenfent
B. Hacker, C. Colclasure. SECOND ROW: S. Hoopes, F'
Smith, C. McFarland, P. Sanford, L. Chapin, J. Grif-
fith, D. Damm, M. Sandoval, V. Yelm, T. Pscheidt, J.
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FRONT ROW: C. Strader, K. Hardgrove, D. Ketterling, C. ROW: M. Rogers, K. Bliss, D. Bowers, D. Danbeck, J.
Coughlin, S. Wong, C. Alters, D. Galloway, D. Bayless, Sandborg, D. Lindstrom, R, Chellice, B. Evans FOURTH
S. Johnson. SECOND ROW: S. Gunther, S. Whittles, N. ROW: B. Poulos, D. Griffith, D. Boydstun, T. Lytle, T.
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FRONT ROW: P. Minnie, M. Bick, S. Loveland, J.Shaw, C
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The GHS Chapter of the Future Teachers
of America is a very active organization.
Its main objective is to give members a
wide variety of opportunities to learn
about teaching as a profession. Monthly
meetings are scheduled with programs
featuring guest speakers, films, and panel
S. Nelson, C. Wickline, M. Phillis, S. Alden, B. Hutchi-
son, J. Wilds, B. Prough, K. Nelson, R. Cates, M. Bar-
stow, S. Tate. FOURTH ROW: G. Gillham, B. Patanella, S.
Hull, B. Kraul, D. Hoffman, C. Graham, J. La Rose.
discussions. Members participate in
workshops, conferences, and community
educational programs and experiments.
Money-making projects enable FTA to
award a scholarship to a deserving senior.
The six officers and 167 members
FRONT ROW: M. Papke, C. Calmer. SECOND ROW:
T. Smith, T. Beck, B. Eyre, D. Hillman, B
Hoben, C. McFarland, V. Wilson, D. Lakis, D
Smith. TNIRD ROW: B. Collinson, M. Jordan, L
Gottenborg, S. Algren, D. Toal, K. Munson
FOURTH ROW: J. Colburn, L. Pearson, N. Miller,
Williams, V. Ginther, K. Smith, T. Poulos, D
Bevard. FIFTH ROW: L. Jackson, J. Nelson, C
Douglass. N. Goff, D. Steck, K. McLaughlin
R. Petrie. SIXTH ROW: R. Hacker, G. Stegall, T
Pscheidt, C. Fako, M. Franson, J. Bugg, D
Spiker, P. Anderson.
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LEFT TO RIGHT: J. Ward. Vice-Pres., C. Johnson, Sec., B. Nelson, Treas., R. Kelly, Pres.,
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Future Farmers Compete in Ag Contests
It's easy to recognize a Future Farmers in agricultural and livestock contests.
of America by their blue jackets with They also send delegates to the state
gold emblems. This club is an FFA convention at the University of
organization for the boys who are Illinois. FFA ended the year with
interested in farming or related a Father-Son banquet.
occupations. The boys in FFA compete
FRONT ROW: B. Nelson, L. Fones, C. Johnson, R. John- mond, L. Heck, J. Strom, B. Lincoln, D. Steck, G
son, B. Nelson, D. Harshbarger, J. Sutor, R. Kelley, Hager, M. Gurnm, J. Hanson, B.Pata.ne11a., R. Kidder
G. Shinn, D. Shinn, T. Johnson. SECOND ROW: G. Rich- G. Ward, J. Ward, R. Hanson.
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The FHA is a very active
organization at GHS. Contrary
to student belief, it is not an
organization for cooking and
sewing. Its purpose is to help
serve the community in any
way it can. FHA has various
money-making events, the
proceeds from which are
channelled back into the com-
munity in one way or another.
The group sold oranges and
grapefruit, held a, yum-yum
shop, and a bottle drive to earn
money. This year they are
sponsoring a Korean girl. On
Dec. 8 they held their
Christmas open house and the
Mother-Daughter banquet was
held in the spring. FHA had
a great deal to do with the
Pollution Solution group.
FRONT ROW: C. Newcomb, S. Christiansen, lor, L. Reynolds, D. Steck, J. Kalpackes, Miss
SECOND ROW: D. Olson, J. Finney, D. McMahon, Schwartz.
B. Wilson. THIRD ROW: Mrs. Standard, M. Tay-
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CWT is another of the work
programs at GHS. Through the
Cooperative Work Program, the
students are able to acquire a
position in their desired field of
interest. The students have field
training along with class room
courses. They are graded both by
their teacher and their employer.
The Future Nurses of America is
an organization designed for girls
who plan on entering the field of
nursing. At meetings the girls
discuss the various opportunities
and requirements for jobs.
Lectures were given by registered
nurses, and an x-ray technician.
The girls work at bake sales,
track concessions, morning
breakfasts and held a Halloween
clean-up to earn money for their
In the fall FNA took a. trip to
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FRONT ROW: A. Fundenburger, R. Starr. SECOND ROW: M. Bullis, D. Lishman, D. Cree,
V. Pacheco, M. Patch, D. I-Iawkinson, S. Johnson, R. I-Iauver, C. England.
Another organization which the students
from the Home Economics Department
take part in is Food Service
Occupation. The students in this club
attend their classes in the morning and
in the afternoon they go to work in their
assigned positions in a foodservice.
This program is open for both boys and
girls but this year contains only girls.
FRONT ROW: J. Derry, D. Jarvis, R. Olson. SECOND
ROW: R. Cronkhite, P. Oakman, J. Kraft.
LEFT TO RIGHT: C. Harshbarger, Treas., D. Reese, Pres
Cnot pictured D. Courson, Sec.D.
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Distributive Education is a
program at GHS that few
students know about. Twenty
Seniors are enrolled as DE
students and participate in its
three phases: classroom
business training, on the job
training, and the club
training consists of courses
and display work in the Signs
Shop and decorating the
display case in front of the
DE room. Students leave
school in the afternoon to get
on-the-job training at stores in
the downtown area. Club
activities this year included
the sale of Christmas candles
and bows, workshops, and an
area conference where three
members of the GHS CLUB
captured the offices of
FRONT ROW: M. Beaird, L. Lockhart, M. McGa.rry. SECOND ROW: K.
Kemper, D. Lobb, D. Williams, S. Hanson. TNIRD ROW: J. Webber, C.
Schiele, M. Kohorst, P. Lester, D. Geeseman, D. Glavas.
Students Gain Experience or Future jobs
Office occupations offers the opportunity
for students to work in business offices
in the Galesburg area. Conferences and
special meetings give members a chance
to learn new techniques in job skills and
to understand their jobs better. The sale
of Christmas gift items helped to finance
various projects during the year and
the spring banquet.
FRONT ROW: C. Williams, P. Harrelson, K. Groff, M.
Griffith, L. Anderson. BACK ROW: P. Lucas, C. Hen-
dricks, D. Legge, M. Leath, D. Moon, J. Suydam.
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Treas., K. Webber, Vice-Pres., D. Moody, Pres.
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VICA is a national organiza-
tion associated With the DO
program. Students spend'a
half day in class and a half
day on the job gaining
practical experience in trade
and industrial fields. VICA
attempts to bridge the gap be-
tween high school and gainful
employment by providing
civic, recreational, and
J. Priest, Sec,. D. Coffey, Parl., R. Harvey, Pres., R.
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The Girl's Athletic Association provides the
opportunity for girls to participate in their
favorite sports after school. Points are
given for the state awards according to the
number of hours girls spend enjoying
volleyball, bowling, table tennis, badminton,
basketball, swimming and archery. The
kick-off encourages interested sophomores
to take part in the GAA program. This year
the sale of Silver Streak seat cushions and
the income from the annual Penny Prance
provided the money necessary for distribution
of the many different awards at the
Mother-Daughter Awards Picnic.
FROHT ROW: S. Norris, L. Lehman, C. Frank, Collison. THIRD ROW: M. Mackey, D. Dredge
C. England, N. Morris, C. Miller. SECOND FOURTH ROW: D. Steck, S. Saul. FIFTH ROW:
ROW: K. Casteel, L. Reynolds, K. McLa.ugh- M. Ross, R. Cook.
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Intramurals Uffers Sports and Sportsmanship
Just wait 'til I get my hands on that ball.
The intramurals program is one which is set
up for boys who oan't put in the long hours
which are necessary for the school sports.
Under the direction of Mr. Fish, the intra-
murals program attracts a great many
participants and provides a chance for
boys to compete in several sports. In the
fall, the ping pong tables are in use while
Robin Hoods practice their archery.
When the snow lies on the ground, the
main sports are basketball, bowling, and
handball. When spring rolls around the
planned sports are golf and track.
Confusion. The game for today.
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One of the highest honors bestowed upon
an athlete is the presentation of the
varsity letter. All of the G-club members
have worked hard in their chosen fields l
of sports to earn the letters which they O
proudly display on Streak jackets. New .
athletic equipment is purchased with the
profits earned from the sale of score cards
and the checking of coats and hats for
basketball fans. The G-club banquet gives
the boys a chance to celebrate the
LEFT TO RIOIIT: R. Sundberg, Vice Pres., R. Partin,
Treas., B. Westfall, Pres., D. Peterson, Sec.
FRONT ROW: M. Herr, J. Whitaker, M. Finley, D. Steck, R. Clark, R. Blythe, B. Tracy, J. Betsworth, R.
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The boys of the Audio-
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students, and act as
job also includes keeping
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Mahnesmith, R. Cook, R. Hartley, L. Robinson, N.
The bell rings, the teacher puts out the
attendance slip, and the hall cadets
start their trek around the school to
collect and talley the number of
absentees. Cadets run errands, distribute
Dykeman, R. Rupert, P. Fields, A. Humphrey. THIRD
ROW: G. Shannon, D. Kniss, P. Masterson, C. Graham,
S. Miller, M. Neal, S. Osborne, A. Maciel, M. Reed,
messages, answer phones, and wave at
their friends in the classrooms.
Administrative duties are executed
swiftly and competently thanks to the
services of these students.
Librarians Donate Time to Aid in Learning Center
This dedicated volunteer group of
students serve in the learning center
every period of every day and before
errands, handling mail, and shelving
books. These Student Librarians are
always ready to help the students to
and after school. A few of their duties
include checking out books, running
find their necessary materials
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LEFT TO RIGHT: S. McGuire, M. Duckworth, M. Taylor, R. Reveles, M. Thompson, S. Frakes
C. Booton, P. Lopez, B. Hobbs, G. Jones, G. Gillham.
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Senior Girls Lead During PE Classes
FRONT ROW: G. Kimmit, P. Mendez, S
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Johnson, A. Rommel, S. Trimble, P
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Fitield, J. Harris, C. Harsbarger, N.
Jacobs, L. Jones, B. Simmons, C. Alters,
N. French, D. Patterson, N. Parkinson,
S. Norris. FOURTH ROW: L. Lehman, V.
Derrick, S. Watters, C. Kayser, C. Tolbert,
G. Bohan, T. Behrents, K. Irsch, S.
Whittles, T. Engholm, P. Muller. FIFTH
ROW: T. Schubach, P. Hiles. SIXTH ROW: M.
Mullenix, J. Cable. SEVENTH ROW: B. John-
son, K. Olmstead.
and guides basketball
fans to their seats.
In appreciation for
their service, the girls
are invited to the
G-Club banquet if
they have worked at
five or more games.
The second group of
girls assists the girls'
PE teachers and
students by keeping
reward is the fact that
they are excused from
regular PE classes.
Both the Usherettes
and PE Senior Leaders
volunteer their help
to make school sports
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GHS Band Beats ut its
The Symphonic Band is the
main performing band at the
high school. This band is both
a marching band and a concert
band. They perform at football
games and march in various
parades throughout the year.
Four major formal concerts are
given as well. This group
competes in state contest
where they are judged on three R
selections and sight reading.
The Pep Band is made up of
symphonic band members.
They perform at the home
basketball games and at pep
assemblies. Concerts were also
given at the two junior high
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Twenty-five music students l
get together during
advisory and every
Thursday night to comprise
what is known as the Jazz i
Band. This group plays for T
various school and l
community functions. They J
provide accompaniment for I
the Reflectavue and the
musical. The band is made
up of brass instruments, .
drums, and a piano. They
competed in a jazz contest
against many groups and
received an excellent rating.
The music played by this
group is mainly Jazz and
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Concert Band Trained by Mlss Sally Rynott
Concert Band is a training' band where
students can work under the excellent
instruction of Miss Sally Rynott to
improve their individual skills. Most
of these students Work extra hard to
improve their skills so they would
graduate into the Symphonic Band. The
Concert Band performs in the two school
concerts and also marches in the
Homecoming parade. They help the
Symphonic Band earn money by selling'
candy bars and participating in other
money making projects.
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A Cappella Choir Performs or School,
For those students at G.H.S. who like
to sing, one of their main goals is to be
a member of the A Cappella Choir.
Throughout the year the choir performs
at various events. "Which Way America,"
was performed at the Reflectavue with
the choir doing a simple dance routine
in red, white, and blue. During the
Christmas season, the choir sang its
traditional "Song of Christmas" at the
annual Christmas Concert. It spread a
little Christmas cheer by caroling on
the staircase of the Home Savings and
Loan Bank. In December, a field trip
was taken to three neighboring towns
where concerts were given for the
schools. Future plans for the choir
are to perform in Cedar Rapids,
Iowa, at the Galesburg Vocal Depart-
ment Spring Sing,and other various
functions performed in March in place
of the original proposed folk Opera.
No one can say the officers are not
energetic. For instance, Jeff Sandburg,
treasurer, has written Johnny Carson
for the possibility of an appearance
on the show. The officers this year
are Roger Callahan, president,
Jim Buck, vice-president, Sue Johnson,
secretary, and Jeff Sandburg, treasurer.
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Concert Choir is a large group of
musically inclined students hoping
for a chance to make A Cappella
Choir. All three classes are
represented as students strive to
perfect tone quality, rhythm, and
sight reading. Concert Choir
displays the skill which comes from
earnest rehearsal by participating
in the Christmas Concert, Spring
Sing, and Reflectavue in which
they performed "Country Style" a
square dance number with good old
back-home enthusiasm. The officers
are Diane Bailey, President, Craig
Johnson, Vice President, Mary
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I've heard of rotten songs, but this is ridiculous.
FRONT ROW: D. Olson, D. Geeseman, K. Brumer, J
Wi1ds,B. Snodgrass, C. Kenney, B. Wilson, C. Savidge
R. Sparling, B. McGahey. SECOND ROW: C. Long, P
Frakes, C. Hartley, C. Wickline, K. Nelson, S. Saul
M. Phillis, S. Nelson, S. Buck, S. Rouland, B. Huber.
THIRD ROW: C. Crouse, V. Wolfe, A. Nelson, G. Perez, L.
Ehrenhardt, D. Bailey, F. Smith, M. Duckworth, M.
Franson, R. Miller, G. Coleman. FOURTH ROW: B.
Roitburd, N. Dykeman, K. Carlson, P. Best, K. Klein-
kauf, M. Sherwood, G. Wilkinson, K. Carley, D.
Greene, M. Smith, D. Berntson.
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Ablllt and Determination
FRONT ROW: J. Sterling, P. Krause, P. Anderson, M
Bohman, M. Kidder, R. Bledsoe, J. Stegall, G. Myers
R. Lewis, C. Haynes. SECOND ROW: D. Hatch, M. Jacobs
S. Nelson, J. Coley, J. Lindberg, K. Jackson, D. Fran:
seen, M. Bugg, J. Abron, L. Wilson, B. Gerstenberger.
THIRD ROW: B. Self, C. Johnson, M. Perez, S. Hendricks
K. Miller, B. I-Iutson, J. Moore, J. Stoerzbach, M. Mc-
Garry, S. Ruedig, J. Lee. FOURTH ROW: D. Hampton, S
Williamson, J. Peck, D. Bullock, M. Stump, M. Abra-
harnson, G. Kennedy, J. Olson, M. Barstow, M. Bick
J. Inman, N. Finley.
This song and I were not meant for each other.
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Glee Club Offers Sophomore
FRONT ROW: M. Walker, C. Phipps, L. Gottenborg, M.
Bullis, V. Clevenger, P. Birmingham, K. Berry, M
Miller, M. Horaney, P. Tharp, L. Jackson, P. Guerrero
K. Dugan. sscono now: v. Wilson, B. Madden, K. cai
steel, R. McCarthy, A. Prina, C. O'Brya.nt, C. Meyer, C
Wilder, R. Childers, G. Luttrell, J. Nelson, C. Knowles.
THIRD ROW: P. Sargeant, L. Pearson, D. Smith, M. Reed-
Many changes have been made for the
Sophomore Girls Glee Club this year.
First of all, a. new director, Mrs. Betty
Graffouliere, has taken over the task
of drilling the fundamentals of
music into the heads of more than 100
giggling girls. Because of the large
number, the group has been divided
into two, one meeting sixth period
and the other meeting seventh period.
Another change is that Glee Club now
meets five days a week. The girls
study breath control, tone, music terms,
and they even learn to play their
parts on the piano by means of key-
board posters. The Glee Club performed
at the Holy Week service at Trinity
Lutheran Church as well as the
Christmas Concert, Spring Sing, and the
Reflectavue. Sixth period girls did a
beautifully choreographed routine with
fluorescent umbrellas and black lights,
to "Raindrops Keep Falling on My
Head." Seventh period girls reminded
everyone of the gabby, boy-crazy teen-
age girl with their performance of "A
Telephone of My Very Own."
Both numbers added a happy flair
to the Reflectavue.
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D. Snyder, A. Terpening, M. Smith, D. Moran, P. Kil-
patrick, R. Miller, M. Rhodes, R. Petrie, P. Lietsch,
P. Webber, M. Mackey.
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Benson, W. Unzicker, R. Callahan.
Ensembles Dance, Create, Bake
The three ensembles at G1-I.S. are very
select groups. Members are chosen
from the A Cappella Choir for Senior
Girls Ensemble, Junior Girls
Ensemble and the Singing Streaks.
Once chosen, these students are
seen dasing in and out of classes and
rushing to finish assignments for they
are always flooded with singing
engagements at various community
functions. This year, the Senior Girls
and Singing Streaks combined their
talents and really made a hit with a
song entitled "Fruitcake." State contests
provide these groups with deserved
recognition as they receive excellent
and superior ratings.
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Winter is gone and those athletes who
participate in track, baseball, golf or
tennis come out of their short hibernation
and begin their long and tedious
workouts to get in shape for their
respective sports. You may see them
practicing after school as you are taking
off to enjoy that fresh sunshine and good
weather. The Work is hard and the
reward may seem slight to the layman
but to the athlete the satisfaction of
hitting the ball the farthest or jumping
the highest is enough.
The stars hold the secrets of the universe
as well as the mystery of other life forms.
The stars hold discovery, adventure, and
advancement in many flelds...
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1970 Track Squad Hurdles
The 1970 G.H.S. track squad came through the season
with a three win-one loss record in dual and triangular
meets. The final season under the late Coach C. C. Van
Dyke began with the Western High School Invitational,
in which the squad did not place. From there, it was
an 86-41 sophomore win over Geneseo, an 84-42 loss
to Richwoods, a 103-38-16 win in the Canton-
Galesburg-Monmouth triangular meet and fourth
place in the Kewanee relays. Following this, the
Streaks sparked to a string of second places in the
Monmouth Relays, the Northwest Conference meet,
the Illini Conference Varsity meet, interrupted only by
by 96-44-29 win in the Canton-Galesburg-Monmouth
sophomore triangular. To finish the season, there was
the Western Big 6 meet, in which the Varsity placed
fifth and the sophomores placed fourth, the disastrous
in which the
was won, and
finally, State in
which the squad
tied for eighth.
place in the mile
and Mike Doy1e's
first place in the
long jump at State
record in low
Up and over he goes. Where's the rest of the team, fellas?
FRONT ROW: J. Finch, R. lcenogle, G. Icenogle, D. Billups, J. Bronson, B. Gustafson, O.
Porcia, C. Doyle. SECOND ROW: C. Johnson, A. Coleman, E. Couteen, L. Smith, L. Rippatoe,
G. Williams. M. Finley, J. Lehew, R. Wessels. THIRD ROW: R. Gustine, D. Asencio, J.
Sandoval, M. Clebert, M. McClure, B. Tracy, J. Morris, J. I annholm. FOURTH ROW: D.
Howland, J. Sandborg, C. Newcomb, J. Dowell, B. Wilke, M. Godsil, J. Ziegenhorn.
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FRONT ROW: J. Yeomans, T. Mitchell, D. Simpson, R. Sundberg, B.
Spitzig, B. Poulos, D. Peterson. SECOND ROW: M. Smith, D. Moulton,
D. Allan, B. Gustafson, M. Logan, M. Austin, S. Warren. THIRD ROW:
B. Simpson, T. Mariner, G. Rowland, M. Liska, D. Nelson, D. More-
head, K. Hamilton.
Track in one of its funny moments
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Main, G. Purcell. SECOND ROW: Coach Beal, G. Vallero, Hickey.
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4 Pekin ............. ...... 6
2 Richwoods ..... ...... 3
4 Quincy ......... ...... 6
1 8 Monmouth ..... ...... 3
6 E. Moline ..... ...... 4
8 Moline ....... ...... 9
1 O Canton ...... ...... O
8 Canton ......... ...... O
2 Alleman .......... ...... O
3 Rock Island ...... ...... 2
3 Monmouth ..... ...... 1
1 0 Moline .......... ...... 6
6 E. Moline ..... ...... 9
1 3 Alleman .............................. ...... 5
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Win Victory Trail
When March blasts its way into G'burg, a
GHS'er will begin to see a group of guys in
striped white uniforms just outside the
gym putting on shoes and burning in balls.
This signifies the beginning of the baseball
season. In the spring of 1970, Coach Bea1's
squad, although sluggish at first, picked up
during the season to finish with a 12-'7 win-
loss record. The season began with four
straight losses. However, this did not
discourage the Streaks, as they rallied to nine
wins interrupted by a mere two losses to
finish the regular season. The squad
continued to roll in the tournament with two
impressive wins over Alwood and Princeville.
However, the 1970 squad saw its last inning
during the Regional Tournament, tasting
defeat at the hands of Alleman.
The G.H.S. answer to Babe Ruth.
If we don't look, maybe they'11 go away.
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Streaks Success ul on the Green
The 1970 G.H.S. Golf Squad acted as fitting
representatives of Galesburg Senior High. Under
the direction of Coach Roger Soper, the squad
ended the season with an 8-3 dual meet record.
When tournament time came, Coach Soper's
tournament men were ready for action, placing,
1st Western Big Six
lst Champaign Invitational
lst Illini Conference
1st Northwest Conference
2nd Quincy Invitational
4th Illinois State Tournament
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FRONT ROW: J. Chivell, D. Armstrong, J. Weaver, S. SECOND ROW: Coach Soper, J. Coleman, S. Swanson, M.
Swanson, J. Deets, J. Ahlberg, J. Harpole, J. Patanella. Chivell, B. Titus, T. Toal, B. Finney.
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FRONT ROW: B. Hutson, F. Peterson, D. Halpern, C. Norris. SECOND ROW: R. Gustine, J. Fifield, D.
Hampton, Coach Gruba.
A Tennis Racket in Second Year at GHS
Right this way, folks.
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In Ga1esburg's second year of varsity tennis after
its reinstatement at GHS, Coach Gruba worked hard
to gain valuable experience for his 1970 squad. The
3-10 win-loss record of the squad hardly reflected
its diligent practice. After beginning the season
with a stunning 9-O victory at Canton, the Streaks
dropped four in a row. Following another
convincing Win at Limestone, the squad lost three
more. After a final victory over Canton, it was three
losses to complete the season. In tournament action,
Galesburg tied for 5th in the Western Big Six and
5th in District play.
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In August, as another school year
begins and the part time student
exchanges his carefree summer life for
books and a classroom, so begins another
season for those athletes who partake
in the demanding' sports of either football
or cross country. These activities
require strength, stamina, and above all
endurance as any cross country man
will tell you, and the only way to attain
such physical perfection requires hard
work and practice, practice, practice.
When I was a child I had a star. It looked bright and
promising to me. The star was close and coming fast.
As that star passed by, I tried to reach it. In the
process I had my hand burned and scarred for life.
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With a slow start against Pekin,
Galesburg found itself back in the fold
with consecutive victories over Woodruff
and Canton. The football squad gave a
gallant effort at the homecoming game,
but fell to a last minute TD by Quincy.
Competition became a little too much in
the final four outings for simple
mistakes were the worst opponent
Coach Johns and the team faced all
year. The 1970 season was plagued with
injuries almost every game with seven
Streaks being sidelined by knee injuries.
As Jeff Morris says, "The knee is meant
to bend one way." Other injuries
sidelined starters throughout the season.
Mark Thiel led the Galesburg offense
at his quarterback position with Randy
Clark adding to the offense. The
Galesburg defense, who saw most of the
action, was led mostly by Seniors. Next
year's team will lack a lot of experience
Varsity Football Opens W
Get off my back!
in both the offensive and defensive lines.
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70 Season on Van Dyke Field
FROHT ROW: J. Morris, R. Main, R. Clark, M. Thiel, S.
Robison, J. Buck, J. Davis, M. Smith. SECOND ROW:
Coach Johns, P. Hickey, M. Yohan, D. Snyder, D. Les-
callett, S. Nelson, M. Klebert. THIRD ROW: Coach Wall-
ace, M. Chivell, M. McClure, P. Ponce, K. Hamilton,
R. Smith. FOURTH ROW: D. Fensterer, D. Wade, B. Good-
low, C. Mayberry, J. Taylor, N. Mims. FIFTH ROW: E.
Rockhold, R. Standley, T. DeMoss, E. Derry, T. Hillier
Varsity Football Record
Galesburg 14 Pekin 49
Galesburg 13 Woodruff O
Galesburg 27 Canton '7
Galesburg 0 Quincy '7
Galesburg '7 Quincy Christian 22
Galesburg' '7 Moline 4 1
Galesburg' 6 Kewanee 36
Galesburg' 7 Richwoods 27
FRONT ROW: R. Murk, S. Carlson, J. Bronson, D. Steck,
B. Westfall, J. Allen. SECOND ROW: R. Gustine, J. Whit-
aker, R. Johns, J. Lehew, L. Smith, L. Sandall, Coach
Albright. THIRD ROW: D. Howland, K. Boynton, D.
Stinson, J. Betsworth, M. Toal, Coach Bruington.
FOURTH ROW: S. Mixon, R. Rameriz, G. Vallero, B.
Fennig, Coach Lentz. FIFTH ROW: C. Peters, B. Hillier,
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The defense played a key part in this
year's sophomore squad. Galesburg's
defensive men held their opponents to
an average of only 8.5 points per game.
Offensive players managed to come up
with an average of two TD's per game,
with a final average of 14.5 points per
game. The class of 1973 football
players will be a welcome addition to
the 1971 and 1972 varsity squads. The
Reflector congratulates the team and
coaching staff for their fine five wins,
two loses, and one tie record. They
overcame a tough schedule.
Do you think we got him?
FRONT ROW: G. Peters D. Mart R. Patch G. Coleman
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D. Doss, S. Buck, R. Stout, B. McGahey, D. Kimmitt,
L. Vitali. SECOND ROW: J. Droke, K. Adair, M. Perez, K.
Ekiss, C. Bowers, D. Vollmer, R. Gulson, S. Nelson,
C. Pacey, Coach Hickey. THIRD ROW: G. Alderson, M.
Bohman, M. Addis, J. Johns, C. Stromson, S. Carr, J.
Smith, B. Paton, B. Foreman, G. Gustine, Coach Den-
You hit him from one side and I'1l hit him from the
Sophomore Football n Record
Galesburg 20 Pekin 6
Galesburg 14 Woodruff O
Galesburg 36 Canton 8
Galesburg 14 Quincy 6
Galesburg 6 Burlington 6
Galesburg O Moline 14
Galesburg 26 Kewanee 20
Galesburg O Richwoods 6
isar. FOURTII ROW: M. Kewley, M. Pittington, B. Self.
J. Palmer, L. Lashbrook, J. Windom, T. Shinn, Un-
known, B. Reed, S. Johnson, J. Peck. FIFTH ROW: L.
Littlefield, J. Van Fleet, G. Humes, R. Connour. SIXTH
ROW: K. Knowles, B. Owen, J. Smith, K. Jackson, J
Sandberg, Coach Devore, B. Donaldson, B. Parker,
D. Bullock, M. Skyrzypek.
FRONT ROW: B. Tracy, T. Mariner, J. Robinson, R. ROW: T. Beck, D. Schwab, J. Sandoval, D. Trask, B.
Icenogle, G. Rouland, J. Lester, C. Newcomb, M. Aus- Lincoln, J. Lannholm, S. Chase, B. Wesse1s,J. Dowell,
tin, R. Sundberg, C. Johnson, Coach Ernst. SECOND D. Wilson, B. Poulos, J- BPOWII, S- Shotts. J. SUt0l'-
Cross Country Races Un
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Randy Icenogle, a junior, was undefeated
in his first 13 runs leading the team to a
'7-4 record. Randy also led Galesburg to
first in the Northwest Conference, second
in the Illini, second in the Western Big 6,
third in the District, and third in the
Sectional. Other fine runs by Rick
Sundberg and John Robinson led Galesburg
to the state meet as a team for the first
time in five years. Freshman coach Bob
Ernst was, with good reason, extremely
pleased with his team's performance in
1970, although he did have one remark,
"Spectator support was at all times, at best,
poor." With a fine team coming up in 1971,
the Reflector encourages students to go out
to Lake Story and take a look.
Congratulations to Coach Ernst and the
team for such a fine season.
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Managers -Men Behznd the Scene
FRONT ROW: K. Knowles, J. Smith. SECOND ROW: M. Herr, D.
Griffith, R. Henry.
The functions and responsibilities
of the managers are most
important in order to keep the
Silver Streaks running from
game to game in top-flight
condition. Although it might not
be noticed, these fellows are play-
ing every game as much as our
men on the court and on the
field are. These are the people
who issue equipment to the
players and are responsible
for the condition of equipment.
They also are the "medics" for
the Streaks, helping to sooth the
games ups and downs. This
is a dedicated group of managers
who deserve the praise of the
entire student body.
Westfall Shows Scholarship and Stamina
Bill Westfall, 1971 recipient of Phillips Award.
The Gerald D. Phillips award is given
each year to the senior boy who has won
a Varsity letter in his junior year
and has the highest grade point
average of all lettermen. This year,
the honor went to Bill Westfall, an
outstanding letterman in football
and baseball. As Well as being a
great Streak and a great scholar,
Bill is the president of G-Club and
the secretary of Boys' Forum.
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Although the snow might be on
the ground, with temperatures
reaching ghastly lows outside,
there is still much activity in the
G.H.S. Gym during the winter. The
two great Winter sports at
Galesburg High School are the
ever-popular basketball and
the ever-gripping wrestling.
When it comes to basketball,
everyone knows that it is
difficult to find a team
consistently greater than the
Galesburg Varsity squad, Neither are
the J .V.'s and Ponies to be forgotten.
Although not as much in the
limelight, they are impressive teams
which the school and community can
be proud of. The wrestling
squad must not be overlooked,
either. This is one activity
in which participants can really
Work individually, Winning honors
for the squad and high school.
The following pages are devoted
to these two fine activities.
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Galesburg Silver Streaks Hand Out
In November, some people called it a
"building year". The Galesburg Varsity
Basketball squad, however, proved that it
was much more than just this, compiling
an overall season record of 18 wins and
6 losses. The team can be proud of its
perfect season on the home court.
Experience went all around this year, as
the starting line-up changed by three
men in midseason. After five wins to kick
off the season, there came three losses in
a row to Rock Island, Richwoods, and
Quincy and two losses later in the season
to Moline and East Moline, followed by
five straight wins to end the season.
However, after two wins in the Regional,
the Silver Streaks could not cut it against
Macomb in Regional Final heartbreaker.
And Porcia wins the jump ball again.
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Perfect Season on Home Court
FRONT ROW: R. Johnson, R. Callahan, G. Williams, M. OND ROW: Coach Thiel, J. Swedlund, S. Mixon, D. Spil-
Theil, D. Brannon, B. Kirkendall, S. Swanson. SEC- lers, L. Johns, D. Woodward, O. Porcia.
Two guesses which one of them has it.
All he wanted was the ball.
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Rock Island 83
East Moline 62
East Moline '75
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Rock Island 65
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Up, up and away...
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The 1970-1971 Junior Varsity or "B"
Basketball squad ended the season with
an excellent 8-1 win-loss record in the
scorebook for interscholastic play. Coach
Bruington and his ball-handlers pushed
their way to wins over Canton, Alleman,
Peoria Manual, Limestone, and East
Moline. The '72-62 loss to Kewanee was
thoroughly avenged the next Week, with
a convincing 96-63 victory over the same
team. Although not as well-publicized
as the Varsity and Pony ball clubs, this
team is a most important one to watch as
an indicator of future Varsity Squads.
If this means anything, the immediate
future looks bright for the G.H.S. Varsity.
Too many hands spoil the shot
FRUIT RUW: Coach Bruington, M. Jacobs, B. Herr, S. Emery, F. Franckey, D. Bralnard B
Foreman, D. Darrah, R. Dowd, M. McClure, B. Emery, R. Derry, M. Puckett.
Titus, Assistant Coach Gatt. SECOND ROW: M.
FRONT ROW: Coach Beal, L. Vitali, D. Allensworth, D. ORD ROW: G. Berry, M. Hall, T. Hayden, G. Greene, B.
Greene, D. Parker, J. Lewis, W. Mims, R. Wilder. SEC- McKenna, Assistant Cgach Hickey.
Sophomores Prove Themselves on the Court
Hold everything! I'1l get the ball.
This year, the sophomore basketball
squad, better known as the "Ponies", ran
up an 1 1-8 win-loss record in
interscholastic play. Through the Winter,
these guys showed their skills to Varsity
basketball audiences in some very
impressive and exciting' affairs. This
team, under Coach Beal, started the
season very well, with seven straight
wins, including' a most impressive 83-38
win over Rock Island. Following these
victories were six straight losses, with
two to Quincy, two to Moline, and one
apiece to East Moline and Rock Island
Alleman. The Ponies closed out the
season with four more wins, one of them
Monmouth, 105-33, and a mere two
losses at the hands of Canton and Alleman.
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battled their way to a six Win-ten
loss-two tie season, with wins
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Done For 971
Seniors-The Ultimate Star
June is the time of mixed emotions for
the Seniors of Galesburg Senior High.
They are elated with the thoughts of
leaving the school, being free and on
their own, getting into the college of
their choice, but they are also saddened
by the thoughts of not seeing their
teachers every day and the kids will all
go off in their own directions and they
may never see one another again. But
all the remembrances of the class of '71
will stay forever in the minds of many.
The Senior Class elections, the floats,
the term papers, the famous cafeteria
food, those early Saturday mornings of
the ACT and SAT tests, Commencement
and the greatly anticipated Graduation
Day. All of these things helped to
make the three years at G.H.S. as
terrific as the class of '71, There is a
great deal of leadership amongst the
Seniors. They are always helpful and are
glad to give advice for they think they
know most everything. The Seniors as
a whole are a very responsible class
and by graduation, they have been well
prepared to go out and face the future.
Varsity baseball. . . Soph. baseball. . .Boy's
Forum. . .G club. . .plans to attend college. . .
SAA. . .plans include college
CWT. . . Future includes college
Pollution Solution. . . SAA. . ."Advisory 38"
...college lies ahead
Senior Council...SAA.. .GSL...Pep Club...
would like to go into nursing
Student Council . . . Spanish Honor Society. . .
A Cappella...Intramura1s...Boys Forum...
WIU in the future
I am a typical confused, bemuddled
I and befzddled high school Se-
nior. At this time I must relate
- my future plans to the whole
Milky Way. 1 need a whole gul-
' 4 axy of stars to choose from so
' that, at the last moment, 1 may
make up my mind andjump on
that one star.
Varsity Wrestling. ..track. . .G club. . .Boy's
Forum.. .Pep c1ub...SAA...future includes
college or Navy
DO...VICA...plans to go into the Navy
tary of DE...plans to attend Carl Sand-
burg and major in management.
Spanish Honor Sooiety...OO...Future in-
cludes ministerial or secretarial work
German Club...FTA...Kazoo Band...Pep
Club...Boys' Forum...SAA...plans to major
in Pre-Vet at Eastern.
plans include nursing school
SAA.. .A Cappella. . .Sr. Ensemble. . . GSL. ..
GAA . . .FTA . . . Pep Club. . ."Banana". . .College
Student Council...Secretary of Senior Class
...Senior Leader. . .Arte Clubbe. . .FTA . . .GSL
A Cappella.. .Stage Call . . .Thespians . . .Bud-
get. . . Pasteur. . . Pep Club . . .Latin Club. . .SAA
...Illinois State Scholar
JEFFREY C. ANDERSON
German Club. . .A Cappella. . .Pasteur...Co1-
Student Council Parliamentarian . . .FTA . . .
German Club...National Honor Society...
"Carp" . . .college lies ahead
FTA . . . GSL
Future plans include continuance of work
FTA...GSL...Spanish C1ub...plans to major
in elementary teaching at Bethal College
KERMIT EDWARD BANTZ
Band. . .Jazz Ensemble. . .Band Treasurer...
plans to attend college
German Club...future plans include college
JON ALAN BAUGHMAN
SAA. ..Pollution Solution. ..Kazoo Band...
college plans. . ."B"
KARIN E. BAUGHMAN
CWT. . . Hall Cadet. . ."Skeeter"
DAVID R. BARBERO
Senior Council. . . Diversified Occupations...
plans to attend Carl Sandburg
plans to attend college or a technical institute
GSL...SAA...Pep Clubmplans to attend
Student Council Pres...FTA...Pep Club.,.
NHS...Debate Club V,P .... career in govern-
DECA...DECI...Senior Council...Pep Club...
Student librarian. . .future in retail manage-
. . . Pep Club. . . Medical Explorers . . .plans to
become nurse. . . "Beanie"
FFA...Ag businessmplans to go to Carl
FLECTOR...College...now living in Lan-
THOMAS CRAIG BECK
Cross Country manager...Kazoo band...
Boys F'orum..."Adv. 38"...plans to attend
ISU. . . "Teece"
plans to go to IDT
GAA...GSL...SAA treasurer...Pep Club...
German Club.. .college
GAA Pres .... Varsity Football Cheerleader...
A Cappella...Sr. Ensemble...NHS Sec....
State Scholar. . .college . . ."Tina"
Out of the zillions of stars
to choose from, each
individual picks the
star that shines bright,
est for him, to mold his
I Ue around.
German Club. . .Boys' Forum.. .Kazzo Band...
Latin Club...plans to major in law
SAA...GSL...GAA...Pep C1ub...p1ans to at-
tend Bob Jones University
Track. . .Plans to attend Technology School
Spanish Honor Society. . .Spanish Club..
FTA . . .GSL. . . plans to attend college
CWT. . .plans to be an auto mechanic
SAA . . . GSL
REFLECTOR business manager. . . GCLB sec
trea. . .Stage Call . . .Boys' Forum. . .FTA ..
State Scho1ar...WIU or ISU ahead
Arte Clubbe. . .plans to own pottery shop...
interested in horses. ..Romper Room Dropout
REFLECTOR . . .Spanish Honor Society. . .
G Club . . . AFS. . .college plans
Work program. . .go to college
Arte C1ubbe...Boys' Forum.. .Amanatee Jr.
College - Advertising
plans to attend Carl Sandburg
fioe cadet..."Shorty"...pla.ns to go on in
...plans to attend Carl Sandberg
German Club.. .plans to attend Carl Sand-
berg . . . career in aviation . . ."Blomo"
GSL. ..Pep Club..,F'ood Service Occupation
...future plans include marriage
NHS V.P .... FTA . . . GAA . . . National Merit
Semi-finalist. . .A Cappella
NHS. ..A Cappella.. .Sn Ensemble. . . Pep Club
Pres. . .REF'LECTOR. . .GSL .State Scholar
college. . . "Glo
GSL. . .FHA...SAA...College lies ahead
Spanish Club Pep Club Boys' Foium
plans for college
GAA...GSL...plans to enter the secretarial
REFLECTOR . . . NHS . . . State Scholar.. . plans
to attend U of I and become math teacher
FHA. . .Pep Club. . .hall cadet.. ."Sid". . .will
attend Olivet College
Band sec...NHS. . . plans to major in music. ..
honorable mention in National Merit
Pep Club...GSL...DO...SAA...plans to at-
tend college and major in X-ray technology
A Cappe1la...Fa,ll Pla.y...FTA...p1ans to at-
tend Knox...car-eer in secondary education
. . . "P.T.L."
DAVID BAIR BOYDSTUN
Stage Call. ..Pasteur Society...FTA...RE-
FLECTOR Staff. ..Band...Drum Major. . .Col-
Latin Club. . . SAA . . .GSL.. .GAA. . . Pep Club
...A Cappella. . . plans to attend Knox
BETH BRENN AN
FTA. . .GSL. . .SAA .. .GAA.. .Plans to attend
DON BRITTINGI-IAM, JR.
CWT. . .Intramural Basketball. . .plans to
JOHN M. BRONSON
Varsity Wrestling. . .Varsity Football. . . Var-
sity Track. . .Kazoo Band.. .college lies ahead
GSL...A Cappel1a...Pep Club...p1ans to at-
tend career school
GAA...GSL...plans to attend Atlantic Air-
Student Council VP...Varsity Football and
Track...G Club...A Cappella VP...Ka.zoo
Band...John Lennon Soccer Club..."Joe"...
JANET S. CABLE
GSL...Pep Club. . .REFLECTOR Art Editor...
A Cappella....GAA Sports Manag'er...Senior
Council . . .Stage Call President
Office Occupations President.. .FTA . . . Span-
ish club. . .Pep club. . .SAA . . . will attend busi-
Varsity basketba1l...A Cappella choir...
Baseball . . ."Ma.g" . . . college plans
Kazoo Ba.nd...Plans to attend U of I
Plans to become a. Farmer
CWT. . .plans for work ahead
SAA.. .Spanish club. . . GSL. . .GAA . . ."Soupy"
...plans to attend Illinois Wesleyan
Plans to become a. nurse
GSL...Pep club...SAA...wil1 enter nursing
Man, being a complicated and
intelligent organism, will
continue on step by step
until he finally reaches the
farthest-most planet. So
shall I! I will go step by
step until I reach my goal
Pasteur Society...Ra.dio Club...plans to
study Electrical Engineering at Iowa State
University at Ames. . ."Noslrac"
SAA...Ag Business...will attend United
Electronic Institute in the fall of 1971...
Varsity Football and Wrestling... G Club...
Boys' Forum. . .College plans
GAA...SAA...GSL...Ba,nd...pla.ns to attend
DANIEL RAY COFFEY
DO Parliamentarian . . . Pep Club. . .plans to
major in philosophy at Monmouth College
DO...VICA...plans to work on the Burling-
ton Northern Railroad
CWT...Boys' Forummplans to go to college
and become a disc jockey . . . "Gab"
GSL. . . Pasteur Society. . . SAA. . .Spanish
Club. . .plans for college
GAA...GSL...Lab Assistant...German Club
. . . Pasteur Society . . . FTA . ..SAA . . .future
plans in elementary education . . . "Destruc-
Student Council. . .V.P. of CWT. . . GAA. . .SAA
...Pep C1ub...plans to go to airline school
Civil Air Cadette
TIMOTHY COLEY I
A Cappella...Singing Streaks...German
Club...plans to attend college
NHS. . .Senior Leader. . .plans to go to Knox
GAA Sec . . .GSL rep.. .Galesburg Cadettes . ..
Latin club. ..FTA...plans include I.S.U.
Varsity Football Cheerleader...SAA...A
Cappe1la...Sr. Ensemble...V.P. Stage Call...
Thespians . ..Pep Club
Boys' Forum...DO...plans to attend Carl
FTA. . .Kazoo Ba,nd...plans to attend college
and major in electrical engineering
Senior counci1...G Club...Varsity Baseball
J ANNISE DARTT
Concert Choir...DECI...DECA...plans to at-
tend Baptist Bible College
GSL.. .Food Service Occupations
DO. . . plans to continue working on railroad
SAA. . .GSL. . .Jr. College plans
That came from the cafeteria, too, huh?
Varsity golf.. .Boys' forum. . .G-club. . .Har-
vard lies ahead
THOMAS L. DEMOSS
Varsity football.. .future in data processing
Arte Clubbe. . .college plans
3 K we
? 'We A
"Dynamite"...Plans to attend business
SAA representative. . .A Cappella. . .GSL. ..
club...GAA...Pep clubmplans to attend
GSL representative. . .Pep club. , . Senior lead-
er. . .French o1ub...will attend Cottey College
Pep club...GSL.,.fooc1 servioewwill attend
G club. .Student Council...Va.rsity Baseball
...JV Basketball . . . NHS . . .college plans
Budget. . . Pep Club. . .B,O.D. . . .SAA
GSL. . .plans to go into airline work
Band...Va.rsity Track Mana.ger...SAA...
Stage Ba.nd...pla.ns to major in Business
Management and Computer Programing
Senior Council . . . GSL . . . GAA . . . SAA . . .
TERRY DURBIN Y
B.O.D .... Pasteur Society...p1a,ns to attend
S.I.U .... "Durb"
GSL Representative...A Ca.ppe1la...FTA...
Pep Club...Spanish CIub...SAA...plans to
Budget Staff . . . SAA .. .Pen Club. . .plans to be-
come a Sanitary Engineer
NHS...GSL...Lab Assista.nt...Pasteur So-
ciety...plans to study pharmacy at Drake
V V J ,
Switchboard Operator.. .CWT . . .Office Cadet
...plans to be come a. social worker
Secretary for CWT...Boys' Forum... plans
include junior college. . ."P.D."
German C1ub...Ir1tramura,ls...plans to at-
tend college. . ."Eg'gy"
Arte Clubbe...Student Counci1...GAA...
GSL...Spa.nish Club..."Stuffy"...plans to at-
Pep Club...Basketballmplans to go to col-
lege . . . "Emo" or "BJ "
SAA...Artte Clubbe...Secretary CWT...
plans to go into the field of art
JUDY ANNETTE ESELY
Cooperative Work Training Program . . .plans
to join Peace Corps
DENN Y FENSTERER
Pep Club...Arte Clubbe... Kazoo Banda,
G- Club..."Fenny"...co1lege lies ahead
Varsity Basketball Cheerleader...Pep Club
...Strea.kettes...V.P. Arte Clubbe...GAA . ..
will attend I.S.U.
President of Pasteur Society. ..NHS...GSL. ..
German C1ub...p1a.ns to attend college and
major in chemistry
GAA...GSL...Pep C1ub...Spanish Club...
plans to attend business college
GAA Board. . .German Club. . . FNA . . .SAA . ..
plans to attend college
G-Club...Varsity Wrestlingmplans for col-
Student Counci1...La.tin Club...Pasteur So-
peace in our time
Band. . .trade Uncle Sam six years of life for
an education in nuclear physics
FHA...section Nine Treasurer DE...DECA
...DECI...Parlia.rnentaria.n of DE...plans to
attend Carl Sandburg
GLENN FLEMIN G
GSL...SAA. . .Pep c1ub...Vice-President of
OO. ..plans to continue work in I.B.M.
Varsity Football Cheerleader. ..GAA treas.
A Cappella.. . . Streakettes . . .German Club. . .
plans for ISU
GSL. . .SAA. . . SDS . . .Pep Club.. .plans for col-
lege and social work. . ."Kricket"
GAA board membermplans to attend Bible
SAA. . .FTA. . .Senior leader. . .Concert Choir
. . . GAA. . .Office Cadet. . . GSL. . . "Grub" . ..
plans to attend college
...Senior Leader...Pollution Solution...
plans to go to college and be a stewardess
THOMAS L. GARDNER
SAA. . . Pep Club. . .Camera Crew. . . BOD. . .
plans for work and attendance at an elec-
tronics trade school
Pasteur Society. . . lab assistant. . .Usherettes
...GSL...Ill. State Scholarmplans to be a
Stars are beautiful in the
way they glow and
sparkle, they have that
funny little shape which
is very dramatic. Look at
a star and it gives me a
feeling inside like I real-
ly care. I'm a star among
A Cappella Choir...Pla.ns to attend Illinois
2 A A
P t lei
office cadet...Future plans include IBM
training at Carl Sandburg
SAA. . . a little fun on Saturday night
GSL rep...Budget advertising manager...
"Cleona" . . .College plans
BARBARA GAYLE GOOLSBY
Stage Cal1...President of Thespia.ns...VICA
...Plans to become an Interior Designer
Budget. . .Boy's Forum. . .Arte Clubbe. . .Mem-
ber of "AA"..."Cotton Jr."...Pla,ns to attend
University of Viet Nam
DE area and local secreta,ry...GSL...SAA...
"Butch"...Pla,ns to attend business college
and go into business for herself
"G" Club...Senior and Student Council...Di-
rector of Kazoo Ba.nd...J'W Lennon Soccer
Club...Plans include attendance at Knox
GSL...OO...Pep C1ub...SAA...Plans to con-
tinue in the business field
A Cappella Choir...GSL...French Club...
SAA...Member of FSA...Mr. Turner's ad-
OO...Pep Club...SAA...GSL...Plans to at-
tend Carl Sandburg Jr. College for computer
course , N
SAA. . .Budget sports editor.. .Intramurals . ..
College lies ahead
A Cappella...GAA...Sr. Ensemble...Ga.det-
tes. . .FTA . . .College lies ahead
WILLIAM F. GUSTAFSON
Track. . . "Gus", . .plans include college
SAA...GSL...Pep Club...French Club...
plans to attend Augustana College
French Club..,Pep Club representative...
GSL. . .FTA. . . GAA . . . future plans include the
University of Iowa
Co-editor of REFLECTORNA Cappella. ..Sr.
Ensemble...courses at Knox...Stage Call...
Thespia,ns...hopes to attend Swarthmore
GAA. . . SAA. . .GSL . . . Senior Council rep...
Food Services Occupation. . ."Shorty". . .plans
to continue working at Cottage Hospital
President of VICA...SAA...'fTex"...would
like to go into sports broa.dca.sting..."Paul"
Plans to be a registered nurse
CWT...SAA...GSL...Future includes IBM
DECA. . .Pollution Solution. . .DECI
OO...office cadet...F'TA...GSL...Pep Club...
Student Council rep...Kazoo Band. .."Trish"
...future plans include college
SAA...FHA...Food Service Occupation...
GSL..."Harsh"...p1ans include Carl Sand-
burg and work at Cottage Hospital
Stars are bright and beautjul.
Their beauty is compel-
lingg my desire to watch
them is almost trance-
like. But that is all I can
do to stars, just watch
them. I can never get
nearer to them, or hold
them in my hand and say,
"These are mine."
You're my secret admirer?
OO..."Claud"...plans include Atlantic Air-
ROBERT C. HENNIS
Boys' Forum representative . . .Band. ..
"Henney"...future includes junior college
Track. . .Intramurals . . ."Chump" . . .hopes to
become an architect
Future includes Arizona, State University
Budget photography editor. . .Kazoo Band...
REFLECTOR...Advisory 38...pla,ns to at-
tend Bradley University and major in Jour-
Symphonic Ba.nd...Pep Band...Stage Band
...plans to attend college
Senior Council...Cross Country...Ka,zoo
Band. ..plans to attend college and magor in
CWT...future plans include college
GARY D. HOFFMAN
Boys' Forum...Sta.ge Ca1l...Varsity Wres-
tling...President of NAORBP and OMS...
plans include college and a career in elec-
Galesburg Gadets . . .GAA . . .SAA . . . GSL. . . A
Cappe11a....Pep Clubmplans to attend Au-
to go to college and become a LPN
GAA. . .FTA . . . SAA. . . GSL. . .Pasteur Society
Senior Leader. . .college looms in the future
, .,, HL.-.
Senior Leader. . .GSL representative. . . mem-
ber of the "J.T. Clan"...Advisory 38..."PJ" or
"Pudgy". . .future holds ISU or WIU
Spanish C1ub...Varsity Footba11..."G" Club
...Boys' Forum..."Nick"...pla.ns to attend SIU
and go into data processing
Plans to go into the field of business
GSL. . . SAA. . .Pep c1ub...oo see . . . "Lindy"
future holds Carl Sandburg and business
BRAD A. HUNT
"Byrd"...p1ans to attend Carl Sandburg
FTA treas . . . GAA . . . Pep Club. . . GSL . . . college
Co-editor of REFLECTOR . . . FTA sec . . . SAA. ..
Senior Leader...GAA...Pep Club rep...GSL
...Illinois State Scholarmplans for ISU
Senior Leader. . .GAA...GSL. . .SAA. . .3 years
in Streakettesmplans to attend Elkhart ln-
stitute of Technology
ibiaxgnx . Mb
FFA Secretary...SAA...Agri Business...
Plans to attend Carl Sandburg Jr. College
lege lies ahead
Pep Club Treasurer. . .A Cappella Secretary.. .
Sr. Ensemble. . .German Club. ..State Scholar ,
...FTA. . .Sr. Leader. ..Plans for Bethany Col-
. 491- lege
SAA...GAA...GSL...Secretary of FNA...Pep
Club...Student Council...Nursing plans lie
LU ANN JONES
Senior Leader...GSL...Will attend Burling-
ton Beauty Academy in June
NICK J OYNER
Varsity Wrestling. . .Varsity Track. . . Stage
Call. . .Spanish Club..."Pooch". . .Plans for
US Coast Guard Academy
President of FFA. . . SAA. . . Section IV Report-
er. . .plans to become an airline pilot
DECA . . . DECI. . .SAA . . . "Blah" . . . plans to at-
tend Carl Sandburg
CYNTHIA SUZANNE KARVER
GSL...College lies ahead
GAA I-Iistorian...Sr. Ensemble...A Cappella
Choir...Ger-rnan Club Pres...NHS...RE-
FLECTOR. . . Pep Club . . . GSL. . . Sr. Leader...
"Kraut" . . . Colle ge
MARY ANN KELLY
GAA...GSL...Pep Club...plans to study at
Western Illinois University to be a social
SAA Representative...Budget Photo Co-
Editor. ..plans to attend college and become
a photographer. . .seek peace through broth-
GAA. . . GSL. . .French Club . . . Pep Club . . .FTA
Program Committee Chairman.. .SAA. . .col-
"G" Club . . .DO. . .Varsity Wrestling. . . plans to
go to college
GSL. .. GAA. . .FTA.. .Senior Leader. . . college
Varsity Basketball...Varsity Golf. . .A Cap-
pella. . ."G" Club...future holds ISU
Varsity Wrestling. . C1ub...colleg'e lies
National Honor Societymfuture plans in-
SAA...Boy's Forummmid-term graduate to
RODGER E. KLUMP
SAA...pla.ns to attend college and hopes to
earn a Ph.D. in Anthropology and work in
SAA...VICA...Pep Club...plans to attend
WIU and major in special education
I needed to go on a diet anyway.
When I was a little girl I used to
watch the stars at night from
my bedroom window. There
was one star in particular that
I liked. This star was always
the first one I would see and 1
would wish upon it. Now as I
am older I still look out at my
star and instead of wishing
upon it I say, "Oh,just you
wait, myfavorite star, andsoon
I'lI be out in the sky with you
doing just what I want to
Budget feature editor...Arte Clubbe...A
Cappella. . .Stage Call. . . "Alice"
"Wink"...likes tennis and poetry. . . plans for
DO. . .Vocational We1ding...VICA. ..wants to
go to Diesel School and become a diesel
Senior Council. . . Boys' Forum. . .Latin Club
.. .Varsity Baseball.. . Soph and JV Basketball
...State Scholar. . .plans for ISU
, 2. D
GSL...Pep Club. . .Food Service Occupations
....plans to attend college
Cross Country. . .Track . . ."G" Club.. .future
holds college and archaeology
Varsity Football..."G" Club..."Big Sweden...
plans include Nashville Auto-Diesel College
CWT...GAA...GSL...Pep Club...hopes to be
Senior Council...Budget news editor...FTA
vp...GSL treas...Arte Clubbe...A Cappella
...Stage Call...GAA...plans for college in
OO. . . SAA. . .Pep Club rep. . .plans to continue
in the business field
Footballmfuture plans include college
DE...GSL...SAA..."Do-Do"...plans to become
an assistant manager
Varsity Football Cheerleader...Sec. GSL...
GAA...SAA...Pep Club...Student Council
...Pep Club. . .College
plans to enter either the field of social work
or retail management
Pasteur Society. . .plans to attend college
SAA. . .GSL. . . GAA. . . OO. . .college lies ahead
Varsity Football. . . Varsity Wrestling. . .Var-
sity Track...SAA...Senior Counci1..."G"
Club. . .French Club. . .plans to major in bio-
Varsity Cheerleader. ..FTA...SAA. . .Home-
coming Queen Candidate..Streakettes...
Senior Council . . .Spanish Club.. .REFLEC-
TOR. . .college
Senior Council. . .FTA . . . Kazoo Band. . . Ger-
man Club. . ."Lindy". . . Baseball. . .Football . . .
Basketball...Soccer...p1ans to enter min-
Boys' Forum. . .SAA Representative.. .Illinois
State Scholar. . .plans to attend college
DO...VICA...plans to attend vocational
Pep Club Representative...GSL...Kazoo
Band . . . plans to attend Western Illinois Uni-
OO...plans to continue in the field of busi-
Possible attendance at Faith Baptist Bible
A star has a lifetime to shine as I have
a lifetime to live.
Chemistry Lab Assistant...Senior Council...
attending SIU in the fall
President Arte Clubbe...Stage Ca11...Budget
Cartoonist. . . Kazoo Band. . .plans to at-
tend EIU with a career in commercial art
GSL. . . Senior Leader. . .Pasteur Society.. .A
Cappe1la....plans to attend Moline Lutheran
and become a registered nurse
President Boys' Forum. . .Homecoming King
. . . NHS . . . Senior Council. . ."G" Club. . .Var-
sity Football. . .Varsity Basketball. . .college
Senior Council...Boys' State Delegate...
Kazoo Band..."Wop"...Ace Club Reporter...
plans to attend University of Hawaii
GSL Representative...Cooperative Work
Training. . . "Chipawouski". . .college lies
plans to become a. nurse
plans to attend Weaver Airline Personnel
Spanish Club... plans to attend Blackhawk
DECI...DECA. . .Concert Choir... plans to at-
tend Baptist Bible College
DIANE M. MCKILLIP
GSL Representative. . .GAA . . . FTA . . . SAA . ..
Pep Clubmcollege plans leading toward a
career of teaching
College lies ahead
CW'I'...GAA...GSL...Pep C1ub...would like
to become a beautician
SAA rep...Senior leadermfuture plans for
Varsity Football Cheerleader...GAA board
member, . .Arte Clubbe. . .Kazoo Band.. .GSL
. . . SAA. . .Pep Club. . .plans to attend college
OO. . .VICA..."Mr. Ford"...plans possibly in-
clude junior college. . .California bound
DO...VICA...future plans include architec-
tural engineering career and Army Engi-
CWT..."Jax"...college lies in the future
Intramurals. . .224 South Seminary Street
Gang. . ."Mac". .. plans to enter Air Force after
"G" Club. . .Latin Club. . .Boy's Forum. . .Wres-
tling..."Weasel"...plans for SIU and med-
Budget assistant editor.. .NHS treas . . .Stage
Call. . . GSL . . .Senior Council.. .Student Coun-
cil.. .A Cappella. . .State Scholar. . . "Gina". ,.
Spanish club...invo1ved in Spanish class
DECA chapter president...DECI...area. of-
ficer of DECA...future holds college
ROBERT B. MINK
DARRYL L. MOELLER
College lies ahead
Pasteur Society. . .plans for University of
SAA. . .GSL . . .OO. . .Pep Club. . .college plans
CWT. . .plans for marriage and a career as a
GSL. . .library cadet...future includes a ca-
reer as an airline stewardess or bookkeeper
Senior Council. . .VlCA. . .GSL. . .DO. . . may go
Kazoo Band. . . intramurals . . . SAA . . ."Dewey"
...plans for University of Illinois
GAA...Pollution Solution. . .University of
Wisconsin and a career as a psychologist lie
Varsity Football . . .Varsity Wrestling. . .Var-
sity 'l"rack..."G" Club...Arte Clubbe...Kazoo
Band. . ."Walrus"...college ahead
Spanish Club...GSL...Pep Clublnfuture
holds college and elementary teaching
HERMAN L. MUEHE
Plans to attend Bradley University and study
Leadermhopes for a career as a dental as-
GAA board member...GSL...SAA...RE-
FLECTOR...plans for Patricia Stevens Ca-
reer College and a. career as an airline
Band...Jazz Ensenib1e...A Cappel1a...SAA
plans include college
Varsity Track...Arte Clubbe...pla.ns for
German Club vp . . . AFS sec. ..Stage Call pub-
licity chairman. . .Thespians. . .Arte Clubbe
...A Cappella...Senior Leader...Sr. editor of
REFLECTOR. . . Gadettes
Did you hear Dow Jones is down two points?
I haue been told from early
childhood to set high
goals and then accept the
darkness willingly until
l reach the stars. Some-
times the going gets
fought, but after all, if
one aims at the bull's eye
in archery, he generally
at least hits the target.
. K . E6
"Willard" . . . Mr. Turner's advisory 243
Pep Club...Senior Lea.der...GAA...GSL...
French Club. . .Senior Kickline.. .wants to go
FFA officer . . . SAA . . . Intramurals . . . WIU
I will chase life to the sun. When I reach the sun I will
clutch life and I will keep it with meforeoer. I will
not stop to rest for the sun will send me strength
and reassurance. I will never let life stop to rest
because it will grow fat and lazy. It will lose its
vitality and I no longer will want lyfe. All of my
running will have been in vain.
College lies ahead
Varsity Football . . .Track. . . Pep Club. . .' 'G'
Club. . ."Mercury" . . .Kearney State College
GSL...Pep Club...SAA...OO treasurer...
wants to work as a. secretary
SAA...Spanish Club...Spanish Honor So-
ciety. . . Intramurals. . .college plans
Track.. . Cross Country. . .Stage Band. . .plans
A Cappella... .Varsity Football Cheerleader...
Streakettes . . . Thespians . . .Stage Call. . .GAA
board member...Senior Leadermcollege
DO...Student Counci1...will enlist in the
GSL...SAA...office cadet...plans for nurs-
Pep Club...GSL...GAA...Student Council
wants to become a dental assistant
Pep Club.. .GSL representative. . . GAA. . .of-
fice cadet...future lies in nursing
Spanish Club...FNA...Pep Club...GSL...
plans for Carl Sandberg' and a. career as a,
GAA...SAA...Pep Club...GSL...A Cappella
...future holds Carl Sandburg and a. career
Pep Club..,"G" Club trea.s...Boy's Forum...
Pollution Solution...Va.rsity Wrestling and
Baseball. . . "Pa.rtino". . . Creator-editor of Sly
Sickle. . .college
FNA president...Pep Club vice-president...
GSL...Senior Leader...Student Council...
cadet . . . Homecoming Queen candidate.. .
plans to be RN
DEBBIE L. PATTERSON
GSL...Pep C1ub...Food Service Occupations
Pasteur Society. . .plans for SIU
Band vp.. .A Cappella. . .Sr. Ensemble.. .GAA
...Pep Club rep. . .GSL. . .Senior Leader...
REFLECTOR. . . SAA. . ."DOT". . .college in the
DEBBIE J. PATTERSON
GAA...Senior Leader. . .GSL...French Club
...attends Carl Sandburg. . .future holds col-
Varsity Track . . .Golf . . . "Loner" . . .interested
in music and rides a cycle
plans for St. Pau1's Jr. College to study the-
ology and social work .
I do not care to follow the star that is
millions and billions of miles away.
I have no plans to be a big, im- .
portant person or to have some big, W
executive job, so I do not need to try
to reach that faraway star. I only
hope that I can reach my own star.
Some Seniors learn to sleep standing up.
DO. . .hall cadet. . .Budg'et. . . office worker. ..
wants to do secretarial work and enjoys
music and writing
SAA...hopes to go into the field of tech-
Varsity Football . . .Senior Council. . . Boy's
Forum. . .DO reporter.. ."Corky"
Senior class pres...Student Council sec...
"G" Club sec...Varsity Deba.te...Varsity
'1'ra,ck...Varsity Cross Country..."Pete"...
plans for ISU
GSL...Pep C1ub...Spanish Club...Senior
Leader. . . SAA. . .college plans
SAA...GSL... plans for Carl Sandburg or a
FHA...VICA...Pep Club...SAA...pla.ns to go
to Midstate College and study fashions
OTIS KING PORCHIA
Varsity Basketball...Varsity Track..."G"
Club. . ."Lover" . . .college lies ahead
GAA...p1ans to become a. RN
DO. . .Vocational Automechanics . . . VICA . . .
"Reve1ation". umechanics school in the fu-
ture. . .wants to be a hot rod builder
AFS student committee...oolleg'e lies ahead
. . .wants to have 15 kids and plan for more
"Wilbur" . . .wants to attend a college and
major in physics or go to an art school
Varsity Football. . .Boy's Forum. . .Band... "G"
Club.. .plans for a junior college
'I'rack...Cross Country..."G" Club...Arte
Clubbe...Boy's For'um...FTA...wants tocon-
tinue his education
VICA secretary-treasurer. . . Pep Club. . . SAA
. ..GAA. . .Senior Council . . . GSL. . . plans to go
to college and major in social studies
German C1ub...Pasteur Societymfuture in
Band. . .Jazz Ensemble. . .plans to attend Carl
DO. . .junior college plans
NI-IS...Latin C1ub...Stage Call...A Cappella
Honorary Mention in National Merit Compe-
Plans to become a beautician after attending-
Carl Sandburg Junior College
Captain Cross Countrymtaking' courses at
Knox. . .Mid-term Graduate.. .plans to attend
Colorado College . . ."Hippie"
FTA.. ."G" Club.. .Varsity Footba,ll...Varsity
Baseball. . .Student Council. . . "Peach" . . .col-
lege lies ahead
MARY ANN ROGERS
FTA. . . GAA. . . Student Council . . . GSL. . .Busi-
ness Manager for Budget...Kazoo Band...
REFLECTOR staff member. . .plans to attend
Vice President of ENA . . .VICA. . . DO . . .Senior
Councilmhopes to become a nurse...
A Cappella Choir...Pla.ns to attend college
and major in music
Student Counci1...GSL. -Honor roll. . .Secre-
Senior Council...Wrestling'...p1ans may in-
clude attendance at Carl Sandburg Junior
JOHN A. ROBINSON
DO...VICA..."Tex"...future career as a
P.E. Senior Leader..."Augie"...future plans
include owning a western store
CWT...A Cappella Choir. ..p1ans to go to col-
Cross-Country. . .Varsity Track . . . "Rollo" . . .
college lies ahead
Varsity Football...Va.rsity Track..."G" Club
German Club...'l"rack...plans attendance at
Illinois State University
A Cappella Choir Trea,surer...Singing
ball..."Sa.ndy"...co1lege lies in the future
A Cappella Choir-...Sr. Ensemble...Gerrnan
Club Sec...Pep Club Sec...Ka,zoc Band...
"Dot". . .State Scholar. . . college plans
ROBERT D. RUPERT
German Club.. . Intramural basketball . . .Sly
Sickle. . .plans to attend CSU
Cross - country. . .Wrestling . . . Track . . .Boy's
GSL Representative. . .DECA . . .DECI . . .col-
Wait! Did I hear a sound?
There are millions of stars in the
sky and me, 1'm just one little
guy these stars make realize
that he lSf1,f as big as he thinks
German Club...Intra,murals...pla,ns to at-
Plans to attend Carl Sandburg or a technical
PAMELA ANN SENN ER
GSL Rep...CWT...GAA...FHA...Pep Club...
plans to attend fashion school in Quincy
KEVIN L. SHAWGO
Intramurals. . .hopes to attend college
Class Treasurer...Student Council Board...
Varsity Golf. ..Ka.zoo Band. . . plans to attend
ISU and major in speech
FFA. . .AgeBusiness...plans to join Army
FTA Pres.. .Strea.kettes. . .A Cappella...
Senior Ensemble...GAA Recording Sec...
NHS ,... "Schubie" . . .college in Colorado
Spanish Club Pres...Arte Clubbe Sec...
DE Treasurer. ..Stuc1ent Councilmplans to
attend Patricia Stevens
CWT...Mid-term gradua.te...plans to enter
field of business
CWT. .."Shortie". . .plans career in data pro-
German Club. . .Intrarnura,ls. . .plans for
CWT. . .Pep Club. . .Medical Explorers...
"Mouse". . .plans to become airline stewardess
SAA Rep...GAA...GSL...Pep Clubmplans
to attend college
RI-IONDA L. SI-IRYACK
"Rhonda Honda,"...p1ans to attend college
GSL Representative. . . Senior Leader . . . GAA
...Pasteur Society. . .college lies ahead
DANIEL B. SIMPSON
Footba11...Wrest1ing...Track.. .Boys' Forum
Boys' Forum. . .Wrestling Manager. . . CWT
..."Whitey"...pla.ns for art school or Navy
attend Marion College and major in teaching
GSL...VICA...SAA...Pep Club...ISU lies
ahead with a major in therapy
Spanish Club . . .plans to continue education
LEA ANN SMITH
plans will include attending college and
Wrestling. . ."Lil Farmer". . .plans to enter
the field of electronics
Lying out in the open meadow
it's pitch black out,
I am alone,
Looking at the star
Sometime I am lonely,
f thinking of the pastl
Stars give me hope
C thinking of the future!
When I am like this
I am happy
I feel free.
Until I find my goal in life I will
keep goingg maybe to the stars.
Ifl do strioefor the stars, it is be-
cause 1 am not satisfied with my-
seM The star I am striving for,
then, should be called "satisfac-
Wayne, Why are you smiling at your milk?
GSL...SAA...Pep Club...pla.ns to attend col-
lege and enter the medical field
JOE SPENCER '
BOD member. . .an architectural future lies
Pep Club...SAA...GSL...FHA...plans for
nurses' training at Carl Sandburg
JEFFREY C. SPENCER
Band. . .State Band . . ."Spence" . . . Boys' State
....pla,ns for law enforcement career
"G" Club...Spanish Club...Varsity Basket-
ba,11...Varsity Baseball. . .plans to enter
J ANICE SPORTSMAN
Pasteur Society...French Club...SAA Rep-
resentative...GSL...Pep C1ub...plans for
Carl Sandburg Jr. College
Future Nurses Treasurer. . . GSL. . . Pep Club
. . .Pollution Solution... plans career in nurs-
Junior year graduate now attending Illinois
College in Jacksonville. . .Honorary Co-
Editor of REFLECTOR
Spanish Club. . . GSL. . .plans to attend Mary-
crest College and become an English teacher
Arte Clubbe Treas. . . A Cappella. . .Senior
leader. . .Pasteur Society. . . State scholar-
ship finalist. . .college
JAN C. STROM
FFA...Ag Business..."Buck" is college
Grease". . .plans for college
Student Council. . . GSL . . .member of the J .T.
clan. . ."Wongette". . .plans to attend college
FHA...GAA...GSL...Pep Club...plans to
attend college and becorne a psychologist
Band...Jazz Ensemb1e...Boys' Forum...
Senior Council. . .college plans
LOU ANN STEPHENSON
Pep Club rep. . . GAA. . . GSL. . . office cadet.. .
plans to attend Carl Sandburg to study data
DO. . .Vocational Machine shop
CWT. ..hopes to attend college and stay as
far away from Viet Nam as possible
EUGENE J. Sullivan
Spanish Club . . . Intramurals. . .CWT. . .col-
lege lies ahead
Student Council Treas...V. Pres. of "G" Club
....Track...Cross Country..."Sunny" plans
for college at CSU
H. DAVID TAMIMIE
Pres. NI-IS...Pres. French Club...AFS Stu-
dent Council Member-at-large...hopes for
international law diplomat
JOSEPH R. TAMIMIE
NHS. . .AFS Treasurer. . .Senior Council. . .
French Club. . ."Arab" . . .Young Columbus
Award Finalist. . .plans for U of I
plans to attend Western Illinois University
as a Physical Education Major
Senior Council. . . OO. . . GSL . ..business col-
lege lies ahead
Pollution Solution. . . Spanish Honor Society
....college lies ahead
Spanish Club...E1 Cid Chapter of Spanish
Honor Society . . ."Swig" . . .college plans
BEVERLY JO ANN THURMAN
CWT . . . "CKBP"
GSL...GAA...SAA...Pep Club...plans to
attend Carl Sandburg Jr. College
Vocational Machine Shop...VICA...DO...
"T-Bone"...plans to attend DeVry Technol-
CARLA R. THOMPSON
DO. . . SAA. . .CWT. . .Concert Choir. . . wants
to enter data processing field
Sr. Leader...Homecoming Queen Candidate
. . .Sr. Ensemble. . .A Cappella.. .Gadettes . ..
plans for dental technology
SALLIE TOMLIN '
ci1...Sr. Leader...Pep Club Representative
. . . "Sam" . . .interior decorating
Homecoming Queen...Varsity BB Cheer-
leader...GSL VP...Streakettes...NHS Stu-
dent Council. . .A Cappella.. . .College
Pollution Solution. . . "Freak". . . wants to
travel and attend college
"Cossa.ck"...p1a.ns to attend college and go
into the field of oceanography
SAA . . .plans for medicine in college
JOHN W. TROUT
SAA. . .SAC committee. . . "Egger . .plans to
attend college for training' in NASA
SAA. . . Student Council... Stage Call. . . BOD
...plans to go into the Navy
Senior Leader. . .GAA Board Member. . . GSL
. . . plans for marriage
A Cappella....Singing Strea.ks...Sta.ge Call
. . . "Wendy". . . plans to attend college
Those girls are still looking, Bill!
Look in the sky and what
Do I see a small twinkling
Light blinking back at me.
A light so small so dainty
So free alive with spirit
And pride with nothing to
Hide but what does it mean
To me? So pure and so
Clean and such a little
Thing maybe one day when
I 'll finally be free
I'll go to my star for
some peace and serenity.
DONALD WADE ' .
Varsity Footbal1..."G" Club...Va.rsity Track
. . ."Rat". . .may attend junior college or trade
Senior Counci1...Carl Sandburg lies ahead
Stars represent something that pan't be
reachedflfhey will always be a mys-
tery. So numerous and far reaching
that man will never know all of
them. That 115' adescription, I sup-
pose, of mygoals in life. My future
r. seems to meinowras distant as the
stars andju-st use mysterious. My
future' could turn out- to be bright,
Q or explode intodarkness, and never
be remembered. If-o'nly'I could see
ahead and besure, meanwhile I will
just stumble through. 1 -
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JULIE VAN GIESON
CHRIS VAN METER
G-SL...VICA...DO...Secreta.ry of FNA...fu-
ture includes attending Carl Sandburg in the
field of nursing
J ANICE VAN UN NIK
GSL Rep1wesentative...Reporter of OO...Pep
Club. . .SAA.. .Hall Cadet. . .college plans
WILLIAM WALKER , V '
Pep Club...Boys' Forum. ..Spanish Club...
Intramural Basketball. . , "Al" . . .college lies
BARBARA WARD ,
FTA....NHS...Gerrnan Club...Lab Assistant
...Pasteur Society...SAA...Illinois State
Scholar...Knox College plans i
Varsity Golf. . ."G" Club. . .Homecoming King
Candidate. . .Boys' Forum. . ."Weav". . .Har-
vard lies ahead
DECI . . . DECA. . . DE . . .would like to enlist
in National Guard after graduation and then
become a police officer
DECA Vice-President. . . DECI. . . SAA. . . Boys'
Forum.. .Varsity Track. . . "Rocky" . . . plans
toward being a chiropractor
"G" C1ub...Boys' Forum Sec .... German Club
Varsity Football. . . Varsity Basketball . . .NHS
...plans for college
Jazz Band. . .Band President.. .NHS . ..
GALESBURG Orch .... learn enough about
life to make the world less messed up
Senior Council. . .Medical Explorer. . . Nurs-
ing. ..mid-term graduate ,
Business...hopes to attend Carl Sandburg
Pep Club Representative...Varsity Wrestler
...plans to graduate and become a profes-
sional water colorer
Streakettes. . .GAA VP. . .Sr. Ensemble. . .A
Cappella.. .NHS . . . FTA . . . Student Council
"Sandie". . .plans major in music
GAA...SAA...GSL...Pep Club...Office Ca-
det. . .future plans include going to college
GAA...GSL Representativemplans to con-
tinue education in the field of business or
SAA. . .GSL Representative. . .Pep Club...
GAA...pla.ns for Knox College
A Cappe1la...Sr. Ensemble...Sr. Class VP...
Gadettes..'.NHS...FTA... Senior Leader
State Scholar. GSL. . .college plans
GSL..."Pebbles"...wants to become a writer
GSL...Pep C1ub...OO...SAA...plans to con-
tinue working in the business field
DE.. .DECA. . .DECI. .."Deanie".. .Wants to at-
tend beauty school
Kazoo Band. . .T.I.N.A. . .future plans include
Boys' Forum. . .Intramuralmplans to go out
West and go to school
Member of the I-Iilman Racing Team
Varsity Basketball Cheerleading. . .GSL Pres
. . . Artte Clubbe . . .Streakettes. . .Student
Council.. .airline school ahead
Arte Clubbemfuture plans include fashion
illustrations and painting'
VICA . . .DO. . . "Rhuta.baga,"
President Debate Club . . . German Club . . .FTA
plans to become a shepherd
A Cappella Choir
Pep Club. . .SAA. . .FTA...French Club...GSL
...Library Cadet. . .college lies ahead
GSL . . .GAA . . . Pep Club Representative . . .
plans for college at University of Santa Clara
FTA. . .SAA . . . Lab Assistant. . . Budget Circu-
lation Manager. ..would like to look into the
GAA. . . GSL . . .Pep 'Club . . . Senior Leader.. .
Office Ca.det...SAA...Plans for Carl Sand-
burg to enter the accounting field
GAA. . .GSL. . .Majorettes . . .college plans lie
Pep Club . . .French Club. . . SAA. . . GSL. . .Ma-
jorettes. . .plans for Elkhart Institute of Tech-
Pep Club.. .GSL. . . GAA. . .Office Cadet. ..
plans to attend college
plans to attend Burlington Beauty Academy
VICKI C. YARBRO
SAA Representative. . . GSL Representative . . .
NHS...Spanish Club...Editor of Spanish
Newspaper. . .plans for Knox e
DO. . .Intramural Basketball.. . "Zip" . . .Ju-
nior college or trade school lies ahead
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My star in lyfe
1 f I 'fn to reach that goal
Would be to give to others
A piece Ofmy soul.
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To Proud, Misty-eyeal Seniors and Now . . .
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They must learn to feach out for stars.
They must try to reach the unreach-
able, "dream the impossible dream."
They must try for the impossible U
anything is ever to be changed. They
' must reach for stars, but not just
one, they must grab a handful. They
must do it all. They is we.
- A Senior
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Juniors-A Step Closer To That Star
For a high school student his junior
year is his most important year
academically. It is the year when one
begins to look into what he plans to do
with his life. College boards are
given for those students planning to
go on to a higher level of education.
Special consideration is taken in
selecting classes which will be
beneficial for the students own field in
the future. For college bound students
it is a year spent looking through
various college catalogs and pamphlets.
This year the juniors were successful
in collecting the most money for the
Christmas basket project. They also
received second place in the
contest for constructing the best float
for the Homecoming celebration. The
juniors still have one more year at GHS
to look forward to and with their past
experiences as underclassmen they are
sure to make their senior year the best.
Stars are speaks of light scattered through the
sky at night, which the sun left from the day
floating above my head. You entrance me and
others to reach out and touch but just laugh
and say "sometime, but not now"
Bullock, J anet
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Stars are unreachable, untouchable it seems to
any human that wants to get awayfrom his
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Setting stars watching us
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Reflecting back past to present
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Stars that guide us
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Lighting these paths to remind us
That we're not alone.
Sophomores-I n Search of a Star
The sophomores play an important part
in the success of another rewarding
school year. They are always ready and
able to work when they are called upon.
They just didn't work quite hard enough,
though, when they took third place in the
judging of the Homecoming floats. They
didn't take it too badly when they found
out they had to sit in the balcony. If they
are real good, next year they will be able
soon wore off and they all settled down
to the routine of high school life.
The sophomores did start school with
some extra little treats, though. Open
lunch and pants on the girls were two items
which were greatly anticipated by not
only the sophs, but by the whole student
body. The graduating class of "19'73"
will be a great one and one which all of
the sophomores can be proud of for they
to move up in the world and come down made it that way.
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Adcock, Ed 10'7
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Aldus, Jim 110, 154, 161
Alexander, David 107, 161
Anderson, Danny '73, 92, 93,
Anderson, Jeff 96, 1 19, 162
Anderson, Rick 162
Anderson, Terry 68, 91, 96,
Artz, David 92, 96, 162
Baker, Robert 20, 162
Bantz, Kermit 1 14, 115, 1 16, 162
Barbero, David 107, 163 ,
Barker, Keith 163 Mn.
Baudo, Richard 163 '
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Becker, Paul 163
Bell, Mike 164
Bennett, A1 116, 164 2
Berg, Gary 164
Bernier, Pete '77, 164 5
Bewley, Jerry 164 2 1
Bivens, Dave 36, '70, 92, 164'
Bixby, Richard '73, 164 6
Blanchard, Bob '70, 164 1
eB1edsoe, Leroy 107, ,164 1
Blomquist, Barry 96, 1
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Gaisford Lynn 123 232
George Debra 232
Gerstenberger Debbie 232
Gilson Chris 232
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Goff, Nancy 101, 232
Goodlowi Pam 232
Gottenborg, Lynn 68,
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Granskog, LOIS 99, 233
Griffith, Elizabeth 238
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Lakis Denise 87 101 235
Lawson Regina 286
Leadbetyer Kristy 236
Lesson Mary '72 236
Lietsch Peg-gy '72 88
Likes Dianna 236 b
Lindbeck Beth 123 236
Lindbeck Debbie 97 236
Lisenbee Barbara 236
Lishman Debra. 105 236
Long Barb 97 236
Luttrell, Gaye 83, 122, 236
Lytle, Jaokie 237
Mackey, Mary 87, 122, 237
Madden, Betty 122
Mahnesmi't.h,Betty 1 1 2, 237
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Harrelson, Sylvia. 233
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Hauver, Rachell 105 ,
Haynes, Cynthia 233 A
Hendricks. Susan 1 22, 234
Henry, Cheryl 97, 122, 234
Henry, Pam '72, 1 23, 234 4
Hepner, Rita 234
Hillier, Polly 234
Hillman, Debbie 101,
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Hoben, Barbara 1 0 1, 234
Hoopes, Robyn 99, 234
Horaney,Ma.ry Jo 1 22, 234
Hornbaok, Susan 234
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HuntQLenora 123, 234
Interial, Martha 234
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Jennings, Debra 123, 235
Johnson, Chris '73,
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Johnson, Leona 235
Jones, Beth 235
Jones, Cathy 235
Jordon, Mollie 68, 69,
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Knaack, Angielque 235
Knapp, Mary 235 '
Knowles, Cynthia 122
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McCullough, Janis '72,
87, 123, 237
MoDorman, Sheril 23'7
McFarland, Cindy 84,
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McKi1lup, Mary 82, 237
McKnight, Debbie 87.
McLaren, Melissa '72,
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McMeen, Debra 237
Melton, Myra 108, 237
Meyer, Cheryl 122, 237
Meyers, Cheryl 237
Miller, Jayne 89, 237
Miller, Marilee 122
Miller, Nancy 101,
Miller, Rebecca 122, 237
Monson, Debra 238
Moore, Vickie 238
Moran, Debra 1 17,
Morrison, Judy 238
Moyers, Vickie 123, 238
Munson, Betty 84, 9'7
Munson, Kim 87, 101,
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Murry, Debra 238 ,
Neal, Melinda 1 12, 238
Nebe, Cheryl 238
Nelson, Janet '72, 99,
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Nelson, Karen 238
Norton, Cathy 238 ,V
Ncrvell, Linda 238
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Pates, Linda 239 ., '
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Peake, Barbara 239 , .
Pearson, Lori 9'7,' 101,
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Pedigo, Jan 239
Peterson,Ja.net '72,84, 239
Peterson, Pam 239
Petrie, Ralene 97, 101, .
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Pettit, Dorothy 239
Phipps, Cathy ev, 1 12,
Pillsbury, Jeanne 87,
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Polillo, Ann 240
Pouohe, Rochelle 240
Powell, Cherie 84, 123, 2402
Puffer, Irene 99, 104, 240
Reokman, Connie 240
Reeder, Mary 87, 96,
101, 122, 240
Reynolds, Linda 94,
108, 123, 240
Rhodes, Mae 122, 240
Robertson, Barbara 84,
Robinson, Linda 1 12, 240
Robinson, Susan 241
Ross, Merilee 108, 241
Rowe, Pam 241
Rutledge, Kathie 1 15,
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Sampson, Carol 241
Sandoval, Martha '72,
99, 112, 241
Sanford. Patti 99, 241
Sergeant., Patricia 1 22, 241
Sohoonver, Linda 241
Schrodt, Carma 241
Scott, Teri-y8 1 , 82.84, 24 1
Selfridge. Vonna. 241
Shinn,Na.ncy99, 104, 241
Smith, Amy 242
Smith, Bessie 242
Smith, Debra 97,1 23,242
Smith, Gayle 68, 69,
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Smith, Joyce 99, 101,
Smith, Kay s-4, 101, 242
Smith, Melanie 122,
Smith, Tara 84, 101,242
Snyder, Debbie 122, 242
Southwell, Karen 86,242
Spencer, Denise 84, 242
Spiker, Debbie 68, 69,
Spinks, Esterline 87,
Sportsman, Denise 242
Stafford Peggy 242
Steck, Debbie '72, 87, 97,
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Stevenson, Deana. 68,
S ae, 122, 242
Stranger, Cindy 242 -
Strom,-iMe.ry J. 242
Swank, Vickie 243
Swanson, Luan 243
Swegle, 'Kathy 243
Talberr, Julie ve. 104, 243
Tate, Debra. 243
Taylor, Sarita 243
Terpening, Alice 122,243
Tharp,Pam 97, 122, 243
Thomas, Sheryl 243
Toal, Denise 101, 243
Tolley, Martha 68, 69.
101, 123, 243
Traff, Diane 243
Van Fleet, Becky 243
Vennard, Debbie 72
Walbert, Kathy 123, 244
Walker, Melissa 122, 244
Walker, Peggy 244
Wallace, Cathy 244
Wallace, Theresa 244
Webber, Patricia 122, 244
Webster, Julie 86. 97. 244
Wells, Birdie 244
Wells, Kathy 84, 244
Westfall. Marlene 244
Wignall. Suzanne 244
Wilberding, Mary 84.
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Wilder, Cindy 122, 244
Wilkins, Linda 244
Williams, Bonnie 87,
Williams, Valerie '72,
97, 123, 244
Wilson, Janis 244
Wilson, Vicki 1 1 1, 122, 244
Wolbers, Connie 72.
Wong, Suzanne 244
Zefo, Christy 123, 244
Zefo, Sue 123, 244
Zefo, Vicki 87, 244
Dr. Frank Huff, M.D.
Dr. Dale Glendenning
Dr. Duane Willander, M.D.
Dr. John L. Boha.n,M.D.
McLaughlin and Hat-
tery Attys. . 4 -
Dr. Richard C. Weste-
The Galesburg Clinic
Drs. Flater, Vinson,
and Allen, D.V.M.
Dr. Charles Carman .
Dr. James Sellett, D.D.S.
Dr. and Mrs. Charles
Drs. Sherwood and
Dr. Fred Stgansbury, M.D.
Dr. Arthur C. Watson
Dr. Ralph E. Reeds, Jr. .
Drs. Contro and Claman
Dr. and Mrs. Monte M.
Dr. Kent K. Kleinkauf
E ndword . . .
The middle of August came faster than expected for the editors as work on the RE-
FLECTOR begang and soon it became eat, drink, and sleep with the REFLECTOR. There
were nights after tedious hours of yearbook work that we finally took time to gaze heaven-
ward, just as everyone does ever so often, and so our theme was conceived, CHOOSE SOME-
THING LIKE A STAR. And now, after infinite number of nights of reaching for our star,
the time has come to thank those people who toiled to record the year of 19'71 in this book.
Nuclear Publishing Co. should be thanked for putting up with those last minute changes
which female editors have the right to make. Dewain Mentor, our publishing representative,
listened quietly to our hours of grumbling and carried our wishes to Des Moines. The
existance of the yearbook hung in the balance as the decision to continue Reflectavue was
considered. Because of the cooperation of the kids and the administration, however, the
show was allowed to go on. And as the curtain rose, those people backstage, Mr. Hegg,
Miss Rynott, Mrs. Hirst, Mr. 8a Mrs. Kenney, Mrs. Graffouliere, and Mr. Krause, helped us in
every way. We should not forget the assistance of Mr. Pyatt, of Holcomb Studio, Dale Hum-
phrey of the Register-Mail, and Mrs. Folger, who loaned us her desk and patience through-
out the year. .
This year's staff was not an exception in dedication and patience, and in addition they
had that added something from hours of work together that drew them closer and formed
lasting friendships. Tom, alias Sweetie, gave up dates and a few hard-earned pennies to
manipulate his groovy little tools and design layouts. And even when changes were needed,
he growled, smiled, and of course changed them. And in his spare time, Sweetie helped the
copy editors, Sharon and Anita., produce copy. These two went beyond their specific jobs by
doing almost everything, almost every Saturday. The tasks of co-
ordination of the different staffs was undertaken by Dave, who for -
the first time, gave meaning to the position of business manager.
He signed bills, sold ads, gave beautiful back-rubs, and counted
his money. The sophomore staff, tyrannized by Bivey, sold many a
refreshing coke to thirsty fans. The juniors were given the job of
selling ads and seniors were asked to visit perspective patrons.
Phil and Mike, after threatening to quit so many times, really
pulled through for us when we needed them, even when we de-
manded pictures two hours after they were taken. Bob, Don, Pattie,
Carrie, and Jan each did their part to help us reach our star. And
behind it all stood Mr. Kenney, ever listening and ever forgiving.
As we began work on this book, we chose our star, that of re-
cording meaningfully for you the year of 1970-1971. And we hope
that as the years to come spread all of us in all directions that you,
too, will CHOOSE SOMETHING LIKE A STAR.
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