Senior class uflvisers: Harolil Kulat. .lmnes Litchlielfl. .larlc
ler. Uuzme .lohnson.
Seventy-one seniors have now completed four
eventful. memorable years ancl have arrived at
their gracluation time. As they are about to begin
another phase of their lives, they recall some ol
the highlights ol their tour years.
They remember walking into the halls ol RHS
as ulittle green treshiesu. to be initiated as lull-
lleclgecl citizens of KHS. Don Englancl was
presiclent: .lim Tarochione, vice-presiclentg ancl
Jucly Block. secretaryetreasurer. S. representa-
tives were Sylvia Poole ancl Ernie Bybee. Jucly
Block was atlenrlant to the fQueen at Homecom-
As sophomores they no longer hail that emeralcl
looli. Dicla Totten was presicient: Sally Hump-
hreys, vice-presiclent: and Jucly Bloclc. secretary-
treasurer. Jill Bloclc ancl Ernie Bybee were S. C.
representalixes. Ann lxtotter was attenclant to the
lirst maicl-of-honor at Homecoming.
Then as juniors. they were lecl by Ernie Bybee.
presirientg Don Cowman, vice-presiclent: anal
Dorothy Xvhitson. secretary-treasurer. S. C. rep-
resentatives were pat l.aFollette, Jerry Smith, anti
Svllillf class officers: Ruth Ann Gustalson. .lerry Smith, ,lim
.lim Tarochione. Ernie Bybee servecl as vice-
presiclent of the S. C. ancl Jucly Bloclx as secretary-
treasurer. ln April they presentecl the play. HCM-
tain Going Up". Then in hlay they put on the
Junior-Senior Prom at the Galesburg Club.
ln the fall of 1055, as the "almighty seniors".
their aolvisers were hir. Kulat. chairman: hir.
ljlchlielcl, hir. Johnson. ancl Nir. Nliller. Jerry
Smith was presicientg Jim Tarochione, vice-presi-
clenl: ancl Ruth Ann Gustafson. secretary-treas-
urer. Don Cowman. Patsy Cottom. and .iurly
Block servecl as S. C. representatives. Ernie By-
bee was the S. C. presiclent ancl Pat I.aFollette
was secretary-treasurer. Sancly Xvesterlielci ancl
Jucly Block servecl as eclitors of the Blue Bulletin
and Jester respectively. The class sponsorecl the
Homecoming at which Pat LaFollette was
crownecl Queen. In December they presentecl the
play, "A lVlurcier Has Been Arrangerlu. ln the
spring they were guests at the Junior-Senior Prom.
Then came a three-day class trip to the Lalce ol'
the Qzarlcs. Niissouri. The tour successful years
were enclecl with baccalureate ancl graflualion.
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