Moline High School - M Yearbook (Moline, IL)

 - Class of 1977

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i Jack lVliIler simply replied, "l like kids!" when ed why he teaches, as did many other teachers. Gary Koeller said that he teaches because of influence he received from his high school teach . lVIrs. Esther Steffan teaches because she feels t she has something to share and can get other ple interested in her subject. Another reason, ch lVlrs. Rosalie Burns stated, is that teaching 1 challenge. at it an Meier Norma Mendoza Arthur MGYCSI' al Studies Languages Languages : Miller Diann Moore Robert Moore al Studies Social Studies Social Studies 1ael Schilb Jackie Schlakohl Esther Steffan al Studies Social Studies Languages Sunberg Steven Witte al Studies Social Studies Some interesting pet peeves of the teachers of lan- guages and social studies are: Nlrs. Norma lVlen- doza- giggling, Nlrs. Esther Steffan- people who make noise when they eat, Nlr. Arthur Nlercer- kids blowing bubbles and snapping their gum in class, lVlrs. Diann Nloore and lVlr. Philip Doherty people who lack manners and are inconsiderate of others, Nlr. Michael Schilb and lVliss Carlene Bingaman- apathy and students' unwillingness to try, Nlr. Jack Dye- blabber-mouths and tardies, Nlr. John Blomquist- people whohsmoke in public, lVlr. Billie Lee-kids cutting class, lVlr. Nlark Kaczmarek- people with no sense of humor, and lVlr. Carl Sunberg- hall passes. uk 7? if The change in maturity from a sophomore to a junior was one remarkable thing noted by Mark Kaczmarek For many teachers it is rewarding to know that they were partially responsible for a student's growth in knowledge. Carlene Bingaman said that one high- light during her three years of teaching happened in her first year of teaching at Wilson Junior High when she became involved in a Bicentennial kick-off project to aid in the conservation of the bald eagle. lVlrs. Jackie Schlapkohl thinks that the number of times she has been asked for a hall pass is re- markable. Languages and Social Studies 221

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,.,. M DID YOU KNOW THAT. . .Nlark Kaczmarek used to play professional football. . .Arthur Mercer would like to see the foreign language program extended to start in the early junior high years. . .Carl Sunberg became interested in history by reading war novels and watching war movies. . .lVlrs. Ann Bell was able to travel to Russia this past summer with her husband, Dr. Bell, who is the head of the political science de- partment at Augustana College. . .among Gary Koel- ler's diverse hobbies is singing in the shower the says that he is really pretty good at ith. . .seven-year returnee Diann lVIoore honestly admits that she enjoys teaching, although there are days when she, like everyone else, wonders if she is in the right profession . . .Nliss lVlay Denato hopes to go to law school and become a lawyer. . .lVlr. Steve Witte enjoys making movies of his family, particularly of his children in the early years when they were discovering life. . .lVlrs. Sue Collins, who was recently married, enjoys play- ing tennis, as do many other faculty members. . . Jackie Schlapkohl, who is greatly experienced in slopping hogs, cited one of her most embarassing experiences as the time she leaned over to unplug a projector and rammed her head into the wall. 220 Languages and Social Studies Ann Bell Languages John Blomquist Social Studies Nlay Denato Social Studies Jack Dye Social Studies Gary Koeller Social Studies tj. is-lvhxkl .Ig QBLZ V' N1-dx Timothy Bell Social Studies Rosalie Burns Languages Jack DeVilder Languages Mary Foster Social Studies Billie Lee Social Studies .fig rt.. T Carlene Bingaman Social Studies Sue Collins Social Studies Philip Doherty Languages Mark Kaczmarek Social Studies Kathleen McGrath Social Studies

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"Was my face red!" Karen Anderson's most embarrassing moment hap- pened when the zipper in the back of her dress broke and split open during a class. The name of that class? Bachelor living. Edward Reb- ener once walked right into a steel post. His class found it rather humorous. Nlartin Calmer, who has taught here for six years, has sometimes been mistaken for a senior. The third year he was teaching here, he was standing in the auditorium watching the students come in when lVlr. Boom came up to him and said, "Don't you think you should sit down?" if 7? if PET PEEVES: Nlartin Calmer: people bringing things to him which they expect him to fix for nothing. Karen Anderson: when drivers pull out in front of her and then go be- low the speed limit. Cedric Salisbury: students doing unsafe things around the machines. Robert Edwards: people doing nothing, even if they aren't busy he thinks they should at least act like they are. Don Wehr: standing in lines. Lester lVlayes: laws and rules that are not enforced. 222 Home Economics and Industrial Arts -' Nlr. Lester lVlayes feels that teac ing is his way of helping the worl to become better. He finds his jo very fulfilling when past students come back as business executive. and give him credit for what they have become. Karen Anderson Home Economics Martin Calmer Industrial Arts Judith Cavanah Home Economics Robert Edwards Irldustrial Arts Ray Brasm er Industrial Arts Mary Ann Capan Home Economics Dorthea Duncan Home Economics Daniel Green Industrial Arts

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