Morton High School - Cauldron Yearbook (Morton, IL)

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Out of context, they often seem arnusina but, within or outside of their natural seftina, they frequently supply sound advice. a ' Q'- cin Q-uw E su anosnx an venus ,ue MORTON TOWNSHIP HIGH SCHOOL 2 N-,wvunxmwwl 11' I ',f.f it x R Ns L v Q a 11 af . ,H J' , H 1 ,K F' M ,A .-1f.ifggfSfsg:f 'L Xyswb - , v fit. SEATED left to nght Miss Baldndge Adv K Kelley, Sec'y-Treus.: G. Rocke, Pres.: R. Grimm, Vice Pres Mr Ccrrper Adv STANDING S Moore S Waldbeser, A. Ccrrius, I. Rossi, C. Kennel, I. Holder B Ho kms I Zxegler E Dufelmeler K Van Nation. STUDENT COUNCIL The Student Council is the agency tor student government in M.T.H.S,, and, with the aid ot its advisors, Miss Baldridge and Mr. Carper, the duties performed benetit the entire student body. The membership is composed ot the three officers elec- ted by the whole school, and the student represen- tatives chosen by each class. Trying their best to please the majority and to better the schools social lite, the Council this year sponsored play-nites in the gym. The large atten- dance at these functions proved their success and popularity. Assemblies also came under their mane agement, in greater number than usual, The came paign in the spring for next year's otticers was one of their last projects. lnterest and enthusiasm ran high, resulting in the election of Clint Kennel, Bob Oberlander. and Karen Pflederer for president, vice- president, and secretary-treasurer. TABLE OF CONTENTS FOREWORD Pages 1-5 PROGRAMS PARTIES PLAYS Pages 6 21 ADMINISTRATION FACULTY CLASSES Pages 22 39 PUBLICATIONS MUSIC CLUBS Pages 40 55 FOOTBALL BASKETBALL TRACK BASEBALL GIRLS P.E Pages 56 71 NEWCOMERS PARTICIPHTED RERDILY. The beginning ol school saw the initiation of the treshman class as a whole, and also the initiation oi new GAA. members. Social hours, held throughout the year, introduced fun into the school's serious business. At mid-term, Evamaria and Hans Weintke entered lVl.T.l-l.S. from Germa- ny. At about the same time, Mr. Iames Henry began teaching here. So o n came Student Control Day, where stu- dents became teachers, and teachers became watchful v but- silent supervi- sors. C. Hess "gets the puff" at the Sophomore Social Hour. ,. .iw Kay Kelley and Ronnie Grimm assumed the responsibilities of the principal cmd secretary on Student Government Day. 6 Three oi the verdant freshmen, R. Baum. R. Kahler. and I. Blake pose in the hilarious costumes as- signed to them by upperclassmen. Margaret Schupbach and Barb Strunk force Po Smith through the gruesome ritual ot eating an un- cooked egg tor G.A.A. initiation. Three newcomers to our high school, Mr. Henry. with Evamario cmd Hans Weintke. inspect up-to- date equipment in our biology lab. ERGING TRAFFIC The cooks Mrs Eichelber er Mrs Hull Trips to Metamora Eureka, and Delavan tor exchange , , g , I assemblies were picnics" of fun on the school bus. and Miss Birkey, prepared good mcqlg EMERGENCY DUDR -new me ,,,. Ytirsisgsmmy AFTER EXPERIENCED FRIENDS School is never all work, tor at M.T.H,S., there is usually some extrafcurricular activity in which to find pleasure. Class picnics were always anticipated with happiness, as were exchange assemblies with neighboring high schools. The schools three cafeteria cooks worked long hours to satisfy the appetites ot students. New menus, including hamburgers and trench fries, were introduced with gratifying success. The recentlyeacguired kitchen equipment made the food preparation taster, and resulted in tasty meals. The cafeteria was a noisy, but cheerful place every noon. Mr. Corper's pleasure is evident, and lhe juniors especially appreciated his sweet tooth. '55 Sf M-0,x.'3! SET THE PACE. The smoky atmosphere addr-d zest Io roasting marshmallows ot the junior picnic ,Q PKhnc asm W..--1-rwna.i,4 . 5 Jw YM F6 QS i .. in r -WI ww gf The Homecoming Queen. Iudy Rossi, poses with her court consisting of Ianie Asbridge, Iudy Huuter. Sharon Wuldbeser, and lane Aupperle. FOR AN UNFGRGETTHBLE STANDING.1eit to right: I. Klopfenstein, I. Aupperle, C, Haynes, D. Strunk, B. Hoskins, I. Russi. S. Diemer. I. As- hridge, M. Wehnes Qwashinglonj. S. Waldbeser. R. Smullenhfrrger. .po 1 E 'I 5 I , 5322 ft . Y is so 'H iii il Q-1 ,. .lx fic Queen yudy and the football team toured their home town of Morton in style, while the cheering crowd followed. HOMECOMING. Floats, banners, decorated cars and enthusiastic students characterized the l956 Homecoming, Late hours work- ing on floats didn't seern to fatigue the people involved, and the affair was lively as ever. The election of the Queen and her court highlighted the Snake Danceg and the parade the next afternoon dis- played the laloor, initiative, and clev- erness of the clubs and classes. After losing a hard garne, the play- ers and fans alike helped to make the annual dance a hu e success The Future Farmers again captured the first prize in the Homecoming parade, to make it their third year ot victory. X i Wsfewm Wm- uryr m,M,.,,. ., , .W - M M N., ,, X Q V M M-,-wwe?-Q rw: 1 M M The Future Homemakers found the way to the judges' hearts, and the club 'BEAT' it away with second place prize. 'ggiikflfw EAT B Tho sophomores last few minutes of hard work were wel ' I Q ' rewarded, for they captured the position of third place. WORK BEFORE PLAY M.T.f'f.S, literally "buzzes" with ac- tivity throughout each year. The sea- sons of the year determine the kinds of activities to be expected. At Christ- mas time, Student Council members purchased and decorated a large Christmas tree, which was erected in the main hall. The tree Was very beau- tiful, and expressed the feeling of the Yuletide season. In the spring of the year, the annual Student Council election of officers was held. A Week of vigorous campaigning brought into being a great number of posters, which advertised each candi- date for office. The posters could be found in every imaginable place in the building. Speeches were the last "vote-gettersf' and the election fol- lowed. Many posters covered the walls during the vigorous cum- BECRME -OUR MOTTO pulgns by candidates for the offices oi Student Council. Y K. Kelly and B. Hoskins helped decorate for the festive Yuletide. IMT ABS UNIT The gals had to ask their favorite fellow and foot the hill The PHA. sponsored a Sadie Hawkins Dance which reversed the usual dating pro! cedure ol looys asking girls, The very deter- mined girls were bold enough to collect a large crowd ot willing boys, and the dance was a gala event. Four social hours, sponsored by each ot the classes, ranged in themes from dances to a carnival, and attracted many M.T.l-IS. party-goers. The parties were always a welcome source ot recreation, and the stu- dents who attended them tound fun and re- laxation. for the annual F.H.A.-sponsored Sadie Hawkins Dance. Student Council sponsored PlayfNites, where interested students participated in varie ous games and athletics. These informal at- lairs were a relatively new idea, and were executed with success. The formal dances of the year included the Philosophers Valentine Ball, and the jun- iorfsenior prom held May l8. These two danf ces added that special touch to the roster of parties at M,T,H.S. 12 Many times during each day, comes an in- cident which calls for permanent observation. "If I only had a camera!" is frequently the cry of dismay. Candid shots!-those pictures taken unexpectedly-are often the most in- teresting and amusing to take, and see, The pictures -on these pages are candids, and one can understand the desire to record such scenes. Not only are students captured in un- usual poses, but also two faculty members! Study halls and classrooms usually fur- nish a sizeable amount of entertainment to break the monotony of the day. Sometimes the entertainment is the audible type, but very often it is silent, and observed by only a few people. Facial expressions and amusing study- ing postures are interesting to see, and can be noticed in just a few minutes of a study l'1all's time. These pictures are a sample of such daily happenings within our alma mater's walls. Sinner or Saint-could this possibly be the Bob Sicbenrnark we know? HS WE PREPARED wwf f nw Could th y really be d scuss ng education 14 J' H SQ 1 'f HERE Mr. O'Dell, junior and senior play director. performs one of his many duties -applying make-up. AND PRODUCED CLASS PLAYS l'Almost Summer" was an action- packed portrayal oi a fun-loving senior, played by D. Strunk, who iound he was iiunkina history. With the help of his close friends, Iane, CA. Unksl, lack, CL. Vancej, and Mary, Cl. Rassil, he Succeeded in making all his problems more com' piex. His parents, Mr, lones, CI. Hole derj, Mrs. Iones, CM. Brugmanl be- came perturbed at their son's ac- tions, and the devilishness ot their daughter, CM. Beyerl. Their maid, CI. Greenej, and school principal, KR. Grimm? added excitement to the plot. Mr. O'Deil was assisted by K. Kelly, Cstudent directorl, and the stage crew, K. Kelley. student director, in- structs A. Unks, I. Rossi. and L. Vance, of the senior play cast. g xfifri e xmigfll, mf .X A BHAZQQKQQQQQI if . ' Q JF a:'s2:::':5'::, w 2 . ies ,w 25522, 1' -.3 Wi ' .' , L Q., Q i fg iiiig 'i l i SH i , K. Oberlunder records the senior play sound effects ir' Fast "vw Becky Smith as Lorrai e introduces her newly-acquired boy-friend. Tom Koch. to her mother, Anna Frank. during the junior play WITH GREAT INTEREST. The dramatic ability of the junior class was tested on March 28 and 29 when they presented "Seventeenth Summer." The plot was one which ev- ery teen-ager understood, for it embod- ied the many problems of growing up. Kit Clark played Angie, who met lack, Gary Strunk, and felt that her world was complete, Cast as her three sisters were Becky Aronott as Kitty, Agnes Cleary as Margaret, and Becky Smith as Lorraine. Mr. and Mrs. Mor- row, Kenneth Schwartzentraub and Anna Frank, caused Angie unhappi- ness, as did Angies two "best" friends, Lois Swedberg and Karen Metz. Lee Heiser, Tom Koch, Hans Weintke, and Ierry Kirby played the older sisters' boyfriends. Much of the credit for a successful play goes to the prornpters - Sue Grimm, Evelyn Dutelmeier, Margaret Schupbach -ew and the stage crew, of which Gary Elser was the head. l-le was helped by Gene Crumrine and Ed Ripper. Mr, O'Dell directed the play with the aid of ludy Getz, the student director, 17 Gary Strunk, Coach Dickman, and Gary Elser check ihe team's new satin warmup suits Mr. Turner, senior advisor. congratulates R. Grimm and I. Rassi. winners of the DAR award. The ianiiors. William Heilley, Carl Huber, and Sam l-luette. keep MI.'l'.H.S. looking like new. an 2955 if g 315 we ,A Q 5 an-uv,--1 effw-we Quant' WE SHARED OUR WORK. WERE WELL-REWARDED. Through the year, many events of lasting impression took place. The Potters received new cherry and grey basket! ball warm-up suits from the Athletic As- sociation during the basketball season. The suits were worn with much pride. The presentation ot the good citizenship awards was indeed a memorable event for two seniors, who proved outstanding in their high school work. Coming to school all day, and staying late for club meetings, plays, or parties, members of M,T.H.S. created everlasting tasks for the custodians. Keeping the building clean kept the men working most ot each day and night. H we fr-3 is X y if . MF" W, L V 4 wr, K Q A Mrs. Anderson, Home Economics instructor. Mrs. White. Chap- ter Mother. and Pat White. president oi F.H.A., attended F.H.A. camp tg ltt The girls oi the Home Ec. class staged a mock wedding while studying the proper matrimonial etiquette. f- - .1 ffs...t,,w3 A .hash AND PREPARED FOR THE FUTURE. For nine m onths out ot twelve, M.T.l-l.S. students come to school tive doys o week. There they leorn to work, while they Work to leorn. The routine ot tirst seems interesting ond lun, but ds time goes on, study holl tobles cushion Weory hedds, ond students re- ldx in ternporory peoce. Outside study horlls, the students in credtive closses found their hours in closs eclucdtionol ond very interesting. Some Ag. boys even spent periods outdoors, in the spring, the envy of mony restless ond unhgppy observers. The doys possed into Weeks, ond the weeks into months, ond before long, the hours remorining in school Were few in number. ess if ' MTH' This rsn t a study hall s purpose but B Vance enyoys xt We Students rn art class struggle to get the rrght perspective Making way for the new building was more fun than work lor boys in agricul- ture class. The students in the chem- istry lah often caused the strange odors in the halls. These aren't men from outer space-just L. Post. B. Iohnson, and L. Smith in shop. 21 J 4. -ig? 1-,fist-A 'Qi,,,,'Xf-J,,lJ' 55' Two words most appropriate tor the faculty and classes, are 'tmen working." The classes are composed ot young Amer- icans, eager to learn trorn their erudite instructors, and Willing to Work tor their individual aoals in lite. ,.g:.r',-M429-if s'4 '22-1 H71 , - -L . '?5:5" T11 1'5" Mfr' 'f if-T3 11" 4 -.1 U-L' ,I lm' V 434 L.g,z.EAi-It 'Q z A 43 f-sl W . iw?" ' 2 TRAFFIC COMMISSIGNERS The practical business experience which board members bring to school problems is especially valuable in the financial as- pects of public education. M.T.H.S. has been fortunate for some years in having a forward-looking board. Planning brought the present beautiful building to complef tion three years ago, and the installation of all departments in the new surroundings without interruption of the educative prof cesses, Normal growth will increase the enrollf ment next year by 5U students, plus more when the new Caterpillar plant goes into operation. Next fall, therefore, will see six more rooms added at the south end of the campus. For present needs, the board has provided a dryer for the Home Ec. rooms, two welding machines and a shaf per for industrial Arts, and a new glocke enspiel for the Band. improved parking areas and a high wire fence around the athletic field have facilitated the handling of crowds at games. The board has thoughtfully considered other problems of less tangible nature. A sincere interest in the welfare of the come munity has characterized their decisions. SEAT!-ID, left to right: C. Iibben. E. Heiser, H. Morgan, H. Getz, 0. Iohnson, W. Grundy. STANDING: H. Oswald. W. Eigsti, A. BGYGI' ,uw SEATED, left to right: Mr. Iungst, Miss Smith, Miss I-'os ter, Mr. Curper, Miss Hirstein, Mrs. Charlier, Mr. Rein. STAND- ING: Miss Iones, Mr. Cooper, Miss Baldridge, Mr. O'Dell, Mr. Turner, Mrs. Anderson. MI. Tuttle, Miss Melvin, Mr. Hager, Mr. Zwanzig, Mr. Marshall, Mr. Dickmcm. SLOW. SCHOOL ZONE! A school teachers day is much longer than the seven periods which compose a students daily school hours. The eternal tasks of grading papers, attending meetings, and planning lessons, make every teachers day a lousy day, Social and private lives are neglected in order for the success of every major school event. LEFT T0 RIGHT: Mr. Ward Grun- dy, Sup'i.: Mrs. Kennel. Sec'y-Treas.: Mr. Robert Ccrrper. Principal. The office personnel are few in number, but they do the work seemingly intended for many more people, Routine jobs, large and small, keep each M.T.l-l.S. day running smoothly. Whether or not the school year is a good year depends greatly upon these busy people. Much of their work goes by unheralded. l SPEED RADAR-TIIVIED MR. RUDOLPH IUNGST Subjects: Band MISS ISABETH SMITH Subjects: Solid Geometry: Fundamentals of Mathematics: Plane Geometry: Algebra I. Sponsor: Cauldron. MR. MELVIN REIN Subjects: Algebra I, Il: Practical Math.: World Geography: Trigonometry: Chorus. Sponsor: Sophomore Class. MR. ARTHUR ZWANZIG Subjects: Industrial Arts. MR. DAVID HAGER Subjects: Agriculture. Sponsor: junior Class: F.F.A. MR. WILLIAM COOPER Subjects: Chemistry: General Science: Physics. Sponsor: Freshman Class. MR. WILLIAM TURNER Subjects: Driver Education: Health and Safety. Sponsor: Senior Class. MR. CHARLES MARSHALL Subjects World History: American l-listory: Biology. 26 4, f ,fe K 'Q s ,.E.1...,. Q- ,SQ ..f' . ,, e.. M MISS MISS MRS. VELMA HIRSTEIN Subjects: Shorthand I. II: General Business Office Practice. Sponsor: Cauldron: Snapshots BETTY MELVIN Subjects: Bookkeeping: Personal Typing: Vo cational Typing. Sponsor: Freshman Class. WILMA ANDERSON Subjects: l-Iomemaking I, II. III: Art. Sponsor junior Class: F.l-l.A. The class of '60, consisting of one hundred fifteen students, was the lar- gest class ever to enroll in our school. This fact was encouraging, for the green frosh surpassed their upperclassf rnen in number, at least. Preposterous costumes for one day replaced initiation stunts, and provided amusement for older students. Horne- corning and the picnic came next, and the busy frosh found their first year passing quickly. The spring social hour ended the year's activities. ,M ,tri ,Q 7::1'k.L3?:,ff ,f ,Qi t 'Sf f X X ' s ' r Q T J lr K . f , i, . . 5 Mfrs VE, 5 f t,,'Q x if ik . sf 2. 3,4 it ,fi :tex t A ,-. 8. H mx , , . .is s is T' tt is 1. si fi fl ,fra K ,Q if 4 X .... out S ' st. if X Q . , ff an ' SEATED, left to right: R. Dawdy, Pres.: M. Wenninger, Sec'y-Trcas STANDING: Miss Melvin, Adv.: R. Baum, V. Pres., Mr. Cooper, Adv STEEP HILL AHEAD -'?"",: ..-M3 A' Q fe aww' '- ' 'mga Sq," 1. ELVL5 G. Schock. M. Liscom, I. Ray, and R. Kahler There is no doubt whom the freshman girls will model the latest fashions for Freshman initiation. nominate for the next presidential election. Interment, not praise, for Chilli, is the avowed "Bandaging Brigade": or Health and Safety? intention of these loyal Cherry and Gray fans. This group of freshmen are always prepared. 28 FIRST ROW left to nght B Aupperle E Frank H Barth R Kmg I Brecher L Hemiger I Capes SECOND ROW L Dlxon P Hamxlton E Buswmk C Beard L Buntmg P Belser G Iudkms L Ackerman THIRD ROW P Kaufman S Barth C Ianes S Dean S Barr S Brugman P Iurluns M Kmsey I Korsmeys-r FOURTH ROW I ROW P Carter B Curtrs I Aupperle B Hermann P Frank M Fntz C Combear L Crossman S Kranc R Haberle SIXTH ROW G Kaxser R Dawdy L Kmg E Brrkener L Iohnson K Abreo R Cruze SEVENTH ROW D Kelch L Haynes A Carxus I Cook I Byrd I I-'mdlay R Hustem S Day I Iohnson Karpowicr. Iohnson, F. Damnick, D.. liarrahf I.- Koch, R. 'Kahler. I. Heiniger, I. Blaise. R. Gooaale, R. Baum. I-'IPTH "Thirst for knowledge" brought the 59fers together again, only this time to gain the title ot sophomores, The sophs, celebrating their second Hornef coming, marched away with second prize for their tioat. A cold October night set the scene tor the picnic, but the sophs ignored the weather, The sophomore social hour was the last event sponsored by the class, and started a much-needed treasury for the junior prom ot 1958. Q' Y , ., , is LEFT TO RIGHT: R. Eiqsti, Sec'y-Treas.g S. Roecker Pres E Grimm. V. Pres.: Mr. Rein, Adv.: Miss Foster. Adv PROCEED WITH CAUTION We-sq Lu ""'1,,. I "Grin and bear it!" H. Brand tells E. Grimm D. Westerman is so involved in Shop work that and S. Waldbeser. "Its just a little star1ish." he is unaware that his picture is being taken "Let's make a toast." says D. Barton to C. What's new in the world today interests I Spenneta and N. Williams. "No tests this year." Larson, C. Ackerman, C. Kennel and P Hess '30 FIRST ROW, left to right: Miss Foster, Adv., I. Kaultuss, C. Bielema, I. Frank, C. Kennel, M. Domnick, B. Matthews K. Muselman. SECOND ROW: H. Brand, I. Hicks, I. Metz, I. Kaufman, I. McManus, I. Grimm, I. Moore, G. Leader, M. Marquart, S. Mortenson. THIRD ROW: R. Luken, D. McHenry, D. Hertenstein, R. Eigsti, C. Hacker, I. lngold, R. KnC1PP. B. Donecker, M. Hohnstreiter, C. Hess, I. Lane. FOURTH ROW: K. Iihben, I. Larson, E. Grimm, P. Heiniger, D. Barton, S. Moore I. Greiner, C. Ackerman, I. Hauler, M. Fritz, D. Alt. ,..........- FIRST ROW, left to fighfl Ml- Hein. Adv-I B. Vance. S. Hoecker. C. Spennettu, C. Shugart, M. Rediger, L. Remmert R. Siron. SECOND ROW: B. Sweeter, I. Reel, I. Yordy, S. Stuckey, S. Waldbeser, I. Rassi, M. Yoder, K. Van Ncrttan, S Schwartz. THIRD ROW: P. Parker, D. Westermann, I. Stonner, I. Pflederer, L. Paluska, C. Schmidqall, N. Williamson, S Vetterhofier, M. Tiller, R. Smallenburger, R. Ziegler. FOURTH ROW: G. Wirth, I. Ray, B. Robinson, G. Schmidgall. It Travis, I. White, B. Swearingen, I. Riddle, R. Schwartz, I. Riggenha:h. A qrouio oi hcirglfployinti iuriiors tried voliomtly this your to prove to their schoolmotes thot they were securely ostoblished ot Mortoii High, cmcl oble to contribute to the betterment ot their high school. Their big memories os lIlI'1lOTS ih- cluded the choosirio ol closs ririos cmd their bio 'lljromf' The tow weeks be lore the Prom, they were busy with clecoroitiohs ond closs meetihos. Their lobors were rewordeol, lor the dcmce wcis ci qlorioiis ciiioir. la. 1 ,yi wi x V!! f : .. .i,. if Sgt ' 1 ig i . if is 2 'K i' S. if to 15... A . itgtiigiai' ff? A Eiiiili' 'img' 'MJ 4 ,f-,'.1, 5 H . -3 il. E. 5.5 :is trip I' 2:5-ififit fit '-2124525251 131153122 cs: 5Wiw'f9'3 1 1 f ilf'fl 'Z A , . iitvmtii '42-z. . . 'tziftiiwtr ' vi LEFT TO RIGHT: L. Treas.: Mr. Hager, Ad MEN WORKING U mf-.4-.-41aQ'4,vmm,,c,2,agg ,.,f Swedherg, V. Pres.: K. Clark, Sec'y- Mrs. Anderson. Adv.: S. Grimm. Pres. I. Bredine, I. I-Iirstein, und L. Swedberg traded pots and pans I. Schwartz and B. Aronoif, chefs from the junior class. stir for paint brushes when Home 1-Ic III spent six weeks in Shop. the big pot of Chilli on the class's very economical float. Their annual class picnic had these five junior boys eating. L. Swedberg and S. Taylor accept the admission fees of class- drinking, and talking, around one oi the many warm fireplaces. mates K. Clark and I. Pflederer at the junior social hour. 32 FIRST ROW, left to righi: Mrs. Anderson, Adv.: C. Gardiner. G. Hirstein, I- Hirstein, L. Korsmeyer. D. Dawson, R. Bluhm K. Clark, C. Burk. SECOND ROW: G. Hancock, S. Grimm, A. Cleary, I. Getz, C. Frank, M. Greiher, A. Frank, M. Binkcle I. Frank, E. Keller, A. Brecher, H. Iohnson. THIRD ROW: G. Friend, R. Sineni, B. Curtis. S. Iohnson, T. Koch, S. Burton FOURTH ROW: L. Drake. L. Heiser, C. Day. D. Evelsizer, C. K-ennel, G. Elser, E. Crumrine, L. Morr, M. Fisher. I. Kirby 1.54. v..,.f Q. FIRST ROW, Ieh to right: Mr. Hager, Adv.: E. Sauder, I. Sprinqex, S. Van Ncxtsen, M. Robison, S. Taylor, L. Swedberg A. Russi, G. Rocke. SECOND ROW: L. Smith, I. Schmidgdll. D. Stephens, P. Robinson, P. Powless, I. Pilederer, S. Struhcr, I Wharrum, K. Plattner. R. Schick. THIRD ROW: B. Smith, I. Liston, K. Metz, M. Schupbach, K. Pflederer, V. Stirrutt, I Schwarz, I- 5'e9m9Yer. I- Tiller' C' Mme" FOURTH ROW! R. Oberlander. I. Zeigler, T. Spennettu, I. Oswald, G. Strunk B. Schock, L. Post, K. Schwurzentraub, R. Meyer, E. Ripper. 315 DENNE, DUANE KENNETH-FFA 1, 2, 3, 4, Sen- tinel 3, V. Pres. 4. DERBY, MELBA IEAN lMelbie Annel-GAA 1. 2. 3: Chorus l: FHA 1: Library Club 2: Philoso- pher 1, 4: Pep Club 1, 2, 3. DICKISON, DENNIS BROWN lDixJ-Football I. 2, 3, 4: Basketball l, 2: Baseball I, 2: Intra- murals l: M-Club 3. 4: Chorus 1. DULLY, BEVERLY KAY 1BevJ--GAA l. 2. 3, 4: Chorus l: FHA 1, 2: Library 2: Philosopher 2: Pep Club l, 2, 3. FREIDINGER, NORMA ELIZABETH fChubl- GAA l, 2, 3, 4: Band 1, Z, 3: Chorus I, 2. 3, 4: Student Council 3: FHA l, 2: Library Club 2, 3, Pres. 2. Sec'y 3: Philosopher 2, 3, 4: Cauldron 3, 4: Cheerleader 3. 4: Catwalkers 3, 4, Secre- tary 4: Pep Club 1. 2, 3. GALBRAITH, NORMA IEAN 1N0rmj-GAA l. 2, 3, 4: Chorus 2. 4: FHA 1: Philosopher 2, 3, 4: Cauldron 2, 4: Drum Maiorette 2, 3, 4. BEYER, MARILYN IEAN-Withdrew Icmuary, 1957. BEYEH. SUZANNE KAY 1Susiel-GAA 1, 2. 3, 4: Band 2, 3: Chorus l, 2, 3, 4: FHA l, 2: Public Relations Chr. 2: Philosopher 2, 4: Cauldron 2, 3, 4: Catwalkers 4: Pep Club 1, 2, 3. BISHOP, SALLY IOAN U03-GAA l, 2, 3: Chorus 1: FHA l. 2: Pep Club 1, 2, 3. BRUGMAN, MARYANA LOUISE-GAA 1, Z. 3, 4: Chorus l, 2, 3, 4: FHA 1, 2, 3, 4: Library Club l, 2: Latin Club 2: Philosopher 1: Cauldron 4: Class Play 3, 4: Snapshots 4. Sec'y 4: Car- walkers 1, 2, 3. 4: Pep Club l, 2, 3. BYRD, FEHN LOUISE-Entered from Sparland, Illinois 3. CLARK, WILLIAM PERRY fClubberJ-Football 1, 2, 3, 4: Intramurals l: M-Club 4. H SRA . 'J-1:5-if , 453+ ... 3 i 2 , . M 'Sw B M. Quluw-ey samsung' A Q' wwf' , , STOP! The class oi 1957 entered the halls ot M.T.H.S, iiist as green as any fresh- men could he, preparing themselves for the serious years ahead. Here is the story oi their climb up the ladder, and the events which made an ever- iastina impression on them, As freshmen, they began their acf tivities in the ialt with a picnic at Spoitsmans Lake. A ttood on the night oi the i'Spring Frolicw didn't seem to discourage a crowd large enough to make it a night oi merriment, W .,Vk X .V , 4. xx III... V r K 7 .,,,, .. wg' y. VVV ,wr-WN lx Q . M-Q bis- LEFT T0 RIGHT: Mrs. Charlier, Adv.: I. Greene, Sec'y Treas.: Larry Vance. Pres.: R. Grimm, V. Pres. GAY. SONDRA EILEEN fSonniJ-Entered from Groveland I: GAA 1. 2. GERBER. GLENN ALLEN fGoobl-Intramurals 1. GETZ, ELSIE LOU-GAA 1, 2. 3. 4. Rec. Sec'y 3: Chorus 1. 2, 3, 4: FHA 1: Library 3: Philoso- pher 1, 2: Catwalkers 4: Pep Club 1. 2. 3. GREENE. IOYCE EVELYN floyl-Entered Irom du Pont Manual High, Louisville. Ky.. 4: Class Sec'y Treas. 4: GAA 4: Chorus 4: Philosopher 4: Cauldron 4. Gm-:1Nsn. :AMES 1-:. Uiml-Class Play 3. GRIMM, DEANNA GLEE QDEEJ-GAA 1, 2. 3. 4: Band 2. 3: Chorus 1: I-'.H.A. 1: Philosopher 1. 2, 4, Bus. Mgr. 4: Cauldron 1: FHA 3, 4: Cat- walkers 1: Pep Club 1. 2. 3. .i ' gf f, sw: 31 :3E..:'. rig :f' H . :j55:1 -:gig-A-' ,. .1 wi , gem: W ,HI ww' .sag-:E :"':I'-2 :Z 5 - 2 I-IUNKLER. DARWIN DEAN lDocJ-Entered from Morton Grove, Illinois l. KELLEY, ELEANOR KAY-GAA 1, 2. 3, 4: Stu- dent Council 4. Sec'y Treas. 4: FHA l. 2. 3. 4- Projects Chr. 2. 3, V. Pres. 4: Philosopher 1. 2. 3, 4: Cauldron l, 2. 3. 4: Class Play 3, 4, Ass't Director 4: Catwalkers 4: Pep Club l, 2. 3. KRUSE, HENRY REINER-Track 4: Intramurals l: FFA 1. 2. 3, 4, Reporter 4. Sec'y 4. LBRSON. IOHN VICTOR KEGYSJ-Football 2, 3, 4: Basketball 1, 2: Baseball 1, 2, 3. 4: Intra- murals l: M-Club 3, 4: snapshots 2- MAMMEN, ADELE KAY fI.it!le Lill-GAA 1. 2, 3: Chorus 1: FHA l. 2: Philosopher l. 2. 3: Cauldron l: Pep Club l, 2. MEAD, IOYCE ANNA iloyl-GAA 1. 2. 3. 4: Chorus l, 2: I-'HA I, 3: Library Club Z. 3: Latin Club 2: Philosopher 2: FNA 3. 4: Catwalkers 3, 4. GRIMM RONALD KEITH 1Honj ClaSs V Pres 4 Footballl 2 3 4 Basketball 2 3 4 Bae ball Z Mgr 2 Intramurals l MCl.rb 2 S cyTreas 4 Band 1 Chorusl 2 3 4 tu dent Council 3, 4, V. Pres. 4: Class Play , 7 Snapshots 2. HAYNES, CHRISTY RAY fDonj-Football 1, 2, 3, 4: Basketball 2, 3: Baseball l, 2, 3, 4: Intra- murals l: M-Club 3, 4: Athletic Assoc. 4, V. Pres. 4: Chorus I. HERMANN. EDWIN CLARENCE fEdD-Football 3, -1: Intramurals l: M-Club 4. HOEPFNER, SUZANNE RAE lSueJ-GAA I. 2. 3, 4: Band 3: Chorus 1, 2. 3, 4: I-'HA l: Library Club 3: Philosopher 2. 3. 4: Cauldron 2. 3. 4: Chorus Contestant 2. 3, 4: Catwalkers 4: Pep Club l, 2, 3. HOLDER, IAMI-:s SHERMAN fiameyy-Foozbazl 1. 2, 3, 4: Track 3. 4: Intramurals 1: M-Club 3, 4: Band l, 3, 4: Chorus l. 2, 3, 4: Student Council 3, 4: Class Play 3. 4: Snapshots 2. HOSKINS. BRUCE LEO iliruiserj--Entered from Spalding 2: Football 2, 3, 4. Capt. 4: Track 2, 3, 4: M-Club 2. 3. 4, Sergeant-at-arms 4: Stu- dent Council 4: Speech Contestant 2, 3, 4: FFA 2. 3, 4, Reporter 4. 'S . hs. , . 5. .si ' " ..'-- fgig 'Nw .3 4 A ,... I i "':' ' ',,,,, ' of E? LOOK! ln the tall of '54, they tinally dis- carded their title ot 'ltreshmenu and began a brand new year as sopho- mores. Bad weather also prevailed for their sophomore class picnic, as it had for their social hour in '53. The float for this year, l'We'll Bee on Top," won second place. Later in the year, a l'Spring Shindign was sponsored. With a concession stand to manage and a prom to pay lor, the juniors set to Work. Their social hour, "Kartoon Kapersf' was a jolly means to this end. in i"" an 'I-V: M' I 5' me ' tt' ,.,Q, f' i 1- i K . These senior girls could easily pass for sisters with thexr crazy array oi stripes, checks, and plaids topped oit with perky smiles MOSCHEL, DONNA KAY fbodsb-GAA l: Cho- rus l: FHA I. MOSEII, NANCY CAROL-GAA l, 2, 3. 4: Cho- rus l: Student Council Z: FHA l, 2, Parliamen- tarian 2: Library Club 3: Philosopher 2, 3, 4: Cauldron 3, 4, Ass't Adv. Mgr. 4: Class Play 3: Catwalkers 4: Cheerleader 4: Pep Club l, Z, 3. NAFZIGTR, BONNIE LOU fMidgeJ-GAA I, Z. 3. 47 Band l. 2. 37 Chorus 1: FHA 1, 4: Library Club 2, 3. Pres. 3: Latin Club 2, 4: Philosopher 2, 3, 4, Feature Ed. 2, Exch. Ed. 3, Ass't Bus. Mgr. 4: Cauldron 4, Ass't Adv. Mgr. 4: FHA 3, 4: Catwalkers 3, 4, Pres. 4: Band Contestant l. 2: Pep Club l, 2, 3. OBERLANDER, KEITH IOHN fObiel-Class Play 3. 4. RASSI, IUDITH ANN Uudyy-GAA l. Z, 3, 4, V. Pres. 4: Ath. Ass'n. 4. Sec'y Treas. 4: Band 1. Z. 3, 4: Chorus I, 2, 3, 4, Pres. 4: Student Council 4: FHA 1, 2, Treas. 2: Library Club 2, 3: Latin Club 4: Pres. 4: Philosopher Z, 3, Ass't Ed. 2, Ed. 3: Cauldron 2, 3: Class Play il. 4:4 PNA 4: Catwalkers 3. 4: Band Contes- ant . REMMEHT, GERALD HENRY-Track 1, 2, 3, 4. Capt. 4: Football 2: M-Club 1, 2, 3, 4. ,,,,. ROCKE. GERALD EMANUEL fRoke7-C 1 a s s AN Pres. l, 3: Football l. 2. 3. 4: Basketball l: Baseball I, 3, 4. Capt. 4: Track l. 2: Intra- murals l: M-Club 3. 4, V. Pres. 4: Band l: Chorus I. 4. V. Pres. 4: Student Council 2. 3. 4. V. Pres. 3, Pres. 4: Class Play 3: FFA l. N SIEBENMARK, ROBERT OWEN lBenJ-- im'- .J X ,ff 'f ,L 4 L 5 If SPEERLY. LARRY WAYNE-Band l, 2. Q, K Q STRUNK. BARBARA ANN Barb -GAA 1 2 f J . . M 3. 4: Band l, 2. 3. 4: Chorus l: Student Council i ' 3: Sec'y-Treas. 3: FHA 1, 2, 3. 4, Sec'y 2, Pub. .. Relations Chr. 4: Philosopher 2, 3, 4. Ed. 2, Ex. Q Ed. 4: Cauldron 2. 3. 4: Drum Majorette Z. 3. 4. Drum Major 3, 4: Catwalkers l, 2, 4: Pep Club 1 2 3 ' , . y M gg 1 STRUNK, DUANE WASNER fwusnerj-Football 4, Mgr. 4: Intramurals 1: M-Club 4: Band 1, 3: Chorus 1: Class Play 3. 4: FFA l. 2, 3. 4. Treas. 3. Pres. 4. SWEDBERG, ELDON RAY--Basketball 4: Track 4: Intramurals 1: FFA 1. 2. 3. 4. . - :ss TANNER, LAURENCE RICHARD 1Corny7-Cho- 3 rus 1: FFA 1, 2. 3. 4. in if-.. TEUBEL, DORIS ANN-Chorus l. 2: Philosopher V 1, 2. 3. 4: Student Librarian 4. n'M ' 'if 4- P rv- , I 5 q 3 V... f il l UNKS EDNA ARLENE GAAI 2 3 4 Band 4 Fl-I 3 4 H1stor1an2 3 Treas 4 Latin Club 2 V Pres 4 Philosopherl Z 3 Cauldron 3 4 Class Play 3 4 Cheerleader 3 4 FNA 4 Catwalkers 3 Pep Club I 2 3 ,M- .IVY VANCE LAUHENCE EUGENE lLarry7 Class es 4 V P es 3 Football l 3 4 Bas 1 se a T ack l 2 3 4 Intramurals I MClub l 2 4 Pres 4 Ath Assn 4 Pres 4 Chor 2 Student Council l 2 Class Play 3 4 nw, 'il' ...nun- we LISTEN! Due to their financial status, the jun- iors were represented in the homecom- ing parade by only a brigade of hore ses and their riders. The prom, "Seren- ade in laclef' with strictly Chinese decorations, was a success and well- worth the time and effort involved. l'Autumn Leaves" was the seniors' last social hour. Reigriing over the homecoming festivity was Iudy Rassi. And now, the future beckons! The highway is clear! No turning back! The seniors built a waterfall with running water onhtheir float in an attempt to salvage a prize in their last Homecoming parade. VIERHOUT, ROBERT ALLEN fBobJ-FFA 1, 2. 3. 4, Sentinel 2, 4. ,fn WHITE, PATRICIA ANN QPatJ-Class V. Pres. 2: GAA l, 2, 3, 4: Chorus 1: Student Council 2: I-'HA l, 2, 3, 4, V. Pres. 2, 3: Pres. 4: Philo- S0Pher l. 2, 3. 4. Ass't Art Ed. 2, 3: Cauldron l, 2, 3. 4, Ass't Ed. 3, Co-Ed. 4: Class Play 3: PNA 4. il, T1 WURSTER, DONNA JEAN-Entered trom East mn Peoria High 3. . """' 3 w1'rz1G, DONALD KEITH 1DonJ-Entered from N if 1 Biloxi. Miss. 4: Football 4: Basketball 4: M-Club ' ,9 f 4. .xi N. 'xg ZEHH. KENNETH ELMEH 1Kenj-Track 1: ln- -...-.. ' tramurals 1: Band 2: Chorus 2. Msmu 39 nn.. A ,pf 5 A 4 I 1 11 z X Nil 1 , ,,f xx? m a gf' I rgvtxgxgligtjgggi 5? AY wa, , M fe if 1 Q, W , ' wwf? L1 , .4 ' 131' f',:LgfVi ,Sify 1,3 f1i??T?f'L'yr,f 'W 'R H' K ff ,W xi fi' Wi, .,7Q"5Xfn i'L'f,,T, 'sig - ,Q fy! 1 1 f- igfew Y 'Y ina L 531 I , QL. Wxgigi I V J, ' r ur Was, Organizations really serve as a detour around the more la- borious elements of school. The various clubs provide interest- ing programs Where students can t u r t h e r acquaint them- selves with favorite subjects, future vocations, or personal interests. ORGANI ATIONS Thcse students got a sneak preview of the '57 E. Ripper and D. Evelsizer, Cauldron's able Cauldron by identilying pictures for the book. photographers, prepare to dry some pictures. K if' SEATED, left to right: Miss Smith, Adv.: P. White, Co-editor: Miss Hirstein, Adv. STANDING: B. Nai- ziger, Asst. Advertising Mgr.: N. Moser, Advertising Mgr.: M. Schupbach, Ass't. Advertising Mgr.: I. Pfled- erer, Business Mgr.: K. Clark, Ass't. Business Mgr.: P. Robinson, Ass't. Business Mgr.: I. Getz, Ass't. Editor: B. Smith, Ass't. Editor: K. Pflederer. C0-editor. T0lVIORROW'S MEMORIES Copy, captions, pictures, and more Student photographers aimed, tired, pictures are essentials tor a yearbook. cmd hopgdl While Cgmpiling this years Three more are patience, time, and labor, Using a generous amount ot each, the l957 statt Worked diligently n V I to create a Cauldron equal in quality C955 Of ChU1'1ClmQ ITISTG 1dGGS mto thiS, to the All American winner ot l955. the finished product. pictorial history ot M.T.l-l.S. Their ei- forts contributed greatly in the pro- M. Beyer posts the page of Philosopher assign- K. Kelley. Belief- CHQ MTS- Chflflief WOW ments, while Iudy and Kay smile their approval. together to finish dummymg the Philosopher. ,g:fe.,,At1 wfe-New 'ei- t -:'-:.....i . ., ..., . N, Wwikwhfix' M we 35 A' i New 7 ,sfxiwmqfb ififff-35??if'firE? g5:??::fff'g:ze-mfg? 1 FIRST ROW, left to right: D. Evelsizer. Photographer: M. Beyer, Editor: Mrs. Charlier, Adv.: L Swedberq. Ass't. Editor: D. Grimm, Business Manager: T. Koch, Sports Editor. SECOND HOW: N. Galbraith, Exchange Editor: K. Pflederer, Feature Editor: B. Strunk, Exchange Editor: B. Nafziger, Business Manager: THE BIG STORY The Philosopher is the school news- All issues ot this monthly publica- pgper edited by M-T.H'S- Students who tion revealing the highlights ot M.T.H.S. were printed at the newspaper office this year. This additional ettort was received with much enthusiasm by the supervised the work. student body. 1. Larson, Feature Editor. are interested in journalism. Mrs. Char- lier and Miss l-lirstein, the advisors, .rr " I Pflederer Parl: C. Bielema, l-list.: K. Clark. e D Alt Proj. . 3, . .,,.,:,:g:,..,:,,.gg .. ., ".' I1f'.QQ.':'. ' ' ' M - .. , . W i ...mf , I, ----2,: l ?f3UfI!5 'F WHUWEI 'fffsenn ":' V -V 'Eli ,:: rmsr now left to rigm: P. white. Pres.: " . - 5 2 - gf.. M , K Kelley v Pres. sscoun now: B. smmk. , I' Rel I Larson. Rec. Ch.: A. Unks, Treas.: ' T , as 'fr SW v ,xi gs I' ' 5 I A A5 i ' I, fl I. . .5 ,,.V M 1 ir'r ftewee ef l' - ',..q p Z lzvizg: Q . rw : V HHA4 I ""'k I ...., ky I. , .... .. .,.,., 5:19 .fktfllililtfik FIRST ROW, left io right: M. Yoder, S. Waldbeser. K. Iihben, I. Moore, I. Larson, I. Frank. E. Grimm. C. Ackerman. SECOND ROW: M. Beyer, M. Brugman, D. Dawson, K. Muselman, I. Hirstein, S. Taylor, K. Clark, R. Bluhm, A. Cleary. I. Pflederer. E. Dufelmeier. THIRD ROW: Mrs. Anderson, Adv.: A. Unks, K. Pflederer. B. Nafziger, B. Strunk, C. Kennel, K. Metz. M. Moore, P. White, D. Alt, B. Matthews. G. Wenninger. FOURTH ROW: S. Grimm, I. Hodel. C. Bielema, C. Hess. I. Yordy, I. Pflederer, I. Oswald. M. Domnick. S. Strubhar. S. Vetterhotier. K. Kelley, S. Stuckey. FIFTH ROW: N. Williamson, C. Smaney. M. Grether, I. Rowland, M. l-lohnstreiter, I. Kaulfus. M. Binkere, L. Swedberg, I. Spahr. L. Pieifer, I. LOOK! LOOK! LOOK! "Look!" This was the theme for the club's handbook lor l956-57. As the girls "looked," their eyes locused on the years program. lt consisted of a Hobo Day, Parent Night, FHA. Week, Sadie Hawkins Dance, Christmas carol- ing, a banguet tor the Tazewell Federation, and the Mother and Daughter Banquet. Morton was also given the honor of being host to some SOO girls lor the annual Section l2 Rally. Supervising the program were advisor Mrs. Anderson, and Mr. and Mrs. White, the chapter Dad and Mom, Hauter. i f I 1 I SALT OF THE EARTH "Salt of the earth" could well describe the Future Farmers of America. Tilling the soil is a small portion of their year's activities, but it was their love for the rich black earth that brought them together, Public Speaking, Sectional Crop ludging, and the Soil-ludging Contest were only a few things out of an elongated list of activities for which the members combined their efforts and abilities during the year. They worked together- '-ff each surrounded by fellow members, fellow lovers of the soil. FIRST HOW, left to right: S. Schwartz. Mr. Hager, Adv.: B. Hoskins. D. Strunk. D. Denne, R. Vierhout, R. Schick. I. Riddle. SECOND ROW: I. Lane. K. Ummel, D. Schick, E. Sauder, 1. Brecher, D. McHenry. S. Wiedman, L. King, B. Robinson. THIRD ROW: H. Mead, K. Schwarzentrauh, I. Higgenbach. I.. Morr, E. Crumrine. E. Swedburg, B. Knapp. L. Tanner. -F"-" ,Juv sam Vierhout, Sentinel: Mr. Hager. Adv. .. L FIRST ROW. left to right: H. Kruse, Sec'y.: D. Strunk. Pres.: D. Denne, V. Pres.: H. Schick. Treas. STANDING: B. Hoskins, Reporter: B. 45 LEFT TO RIGHT: M. Wenninger, Secy-Treas.: I. Rassi, Pres.: A. Unks. V. Pres.: Miss Foster, Adv. C. Bielema, C. Gardiner, I. Hodel. and P. Carter forget Latin cmd enjoy them' selves at the annual Christmas party. 5 3 fu FIRST ROW, left to right: N. Schwartz, A. Carius, R. Baum, B. Morgan, I. Blake, I. Koch, I. Little, D. Neaveill, S. Pflederer, I. Karpowicz. SECOND ROW: Miss Foster, Adv.: B. Smith, B. Nafziger, I. Rassi, A. Unks, K. Pflederer, K. Musselman, I. Korsmeyer, C. Gardiner, C. Spennetta. THIRD ROW: P. Carter, P. Smith, L. Crossman, C. Frank, K. Barr, S. Dean, M. Grether, P. Heiniger, M. Fritz, I. Hodel, I. Klopfenstein. D. Alt. FOURTH ROW: I. Moore, I. Aupperle, C. Conlbeux, M. Wenniger, M. Hohnstreiter, C. Kennel, S. Barth, S. Stuckey, I. Yordy, C. Hess, I. Larson, K. Iibben. FIFTH ROW: B. Aronoft, I. Schwartz, P. Kaufman, A. Cleary, K. Clark. L. Korsmeyer, M. Schupbach, I. Frank, C. Bielema, C. Ackerman, I. Hauter. SIXTH ROW: S. Mortensen, S. Kranc, G. Kaiser, I. Findlay, I. Ray, T. Spennetta, I. Cook, B. Scott. I. Peters, I. Capes. AMO, AMES, HIVIAT! Latin Club members met monthly to discuss plans tor the SG-57 term. After the election ot officers, ideas were sought tor the annual Christmas party. The party, complete with an exchange ot gitts, was a success. Readings and skits were pertormed by members at the meetings, under guidance ot Miss Foster, the advisor. With the Roman banguet in mind, members polished and practiced their Roman etiquette to perfection, Custo- mary Roman clothing was worn to the banguet to characterize it even more. The banaiiet closed the clubs agenda, and proved true i'Finis coronat opus." SEATED, left to right: I. Getz. Scout: Mr. O'Dell, Beyer, Pres. STANDING: P. Robinson, Adv.: M. Trecrs.: B. Nafziger, V. Pres.: N. Freidinger. Sec'y. I . ,gt .3 ,j.W' E g ' lilac .5 ' . I fr i . fi sn V1 ix W- is - if ,. " 5 ,Aki . 4. , Q QE . I f ' X x . M: 4 ,,-viii' -nl K. Plutiner, P. Robinson, I. Bredine. and I. Liston examine stage props soon to he used in a Catwalker play. 'Neg SEATED, left to right: D. Evelsizer. B. Natziger, N. Moser, E. Getz, G. Hancock, I. Getz, A. Unks, B. Strunk. STANDING: P. Robinson, K. Kelley. B. Aronotf, M. Beyer. M. Brugman, Mr. O'Dell, Adv.: C. Spen- nettcz. I. Russi, S. Hoepfner. S. Beyer. FANTHSYLAND This drama club was able to pre- sent two sides ot lite to its members: the world ot make-believe and the one ot reality. lts members were able to leave the futility and uncertainty ot lite and enter a world ot their own throuah the presentation ot plays. Besides watchina their pals act in amateur ways, the members showed audience participation by watchina professional actors. The knowledge and experience aained throuah this club is of univere sal value, for as Shakespeare once stated: "All the world's a staae and all the women and men merely actors." SEATED, left to right: V. Stirratt, I. Whur ram. Mrs. Chclrlier. I. Liston. STANDING: I Stoner, P. Heiniger. K. Plattner. K. Muselmcm, M. Binkele, S. Iohnson. I. Rnssi. SEATED. I. Liston, V. Pres. STANDING. left to right: I. Whcxrram, Pres.: Mrs. Chcxrlier. Adv.: V. Stirratt, Sec'y-Treas. KNOWLEDGE UNLIMITED The word LIBRARY stems from the Latin word LIBER. 9. This, however, does not confine its users to strictly Latin ff books, for the Library Club has been in close contact with everything from Woodrow Wilsons biography to X K Hans Christian Andersons stories, Prompt, efficient serf wmv' Qx if vice was the keynote as club members helped students VE' Nmap ' 9 , ,df v i"' 'C if " ' find their needed materials. 4 VIVE la FRANCE' P' f V, A 'Farlez-vous francais?" A new French Club helped ,.,' .H students expand their knowledge and use of this lan- ' f guage. lntriguing features of the program were: singing f ii I fi, W French songsg French moviesg and preparing famous i I 'lm . French dishes. Before the year's end, many could answer K - iii' " , I IQ the question confidently, "Cui, m'sieul" W i SEATED, left to riqht: I. Liston. Sec'y-Treus. I. Getz. Pres.: Miss Foster. Adv. STANDING I-'. Robinson. V. Pres. SEATED. left to right: I. Getz. S. Brug- man. R. Curtis, C. Unsicker, B. Lindquist, C. Burk. STANDING: Miss Foster, Adv.: T. Spen- nettc, S. Day, I. Liston. P. Robinson, I. Whar- ram, I. Frank. s FUTURE NURSES Open to students who are interested in the nursing profession is the Future Nurses Club of M.T.H.S. The agenda for the monthly meetings included films and speakers depicting the different divisions of the nursing profession. This was done so that the girls could decide which branch they wish to enter. Next year's officers were elected at the annual picnic, s LEFT TO RIGHT: I. Grimm, Treas.: M. Brug- man. Sec'y: Miss Hirstein, Adv.: E. Ripper. . FIRST ROW, left to right: M. Yoder, I. Kaul- ius, P. Kaufman, Miss Iones, Adv.: B. Nafziger, I. Rassi. D. Grimm. SECOND ROW: G. Wennin- ger. S. Waldbeser. M. Fritz, I. Frank, G. Hir- stein, C. Gardiner, C. Frank, I. Pilederer. S. Grimm, B. Smith. THIRD ROW: M. Hohnsireii- er. C. Shuqart, I. Korsmever, C. Spennettcr, S. Barr, M. Grether, I. Hodel, S. Struhbar, C. Ack- SIITAGH- LEFT TO RIGI-IT: I. Pilederer, Pres.: Miss Iones. Adv.: S. Grimm. Sec'y.: C. Gardiner, V. Pres.: B. Smith, Treas. my 4 .A M. l ii: Wan' 1' SHUTTERBUGS "Watch the birdie" could easily have been the pass Word for the Snapshots this year. Studies of various types of photography inspired participation in intra-club photo contests. The subjects involved ranged from 'table tops to candid shots. Interest and enthusiasm was a character istic of the group. Pres.: I. Kaufman, V. Pres. FIRST ROW, left io right: I. Blake. I. Mad- dox, L. Patton, S. Pflederer, L. Smith. SECOND ROW: I. Grimm, I. Tiller. B. Matthews. M. Brugman, N. Williamson, C. Kennel. I. Schmid- gall. I. White. Miss Hirsiein. Adv. THIRD ROW: L. Post: G. Kaiser, B. Oberlander, I. Ziegler. E. Ripper, G. Hancock, I. Kaufman. R. Meyer. D. Evelsizer, G. Leader. FOURTH ROW: G. Sch- midgall. S. Moore. C. Neureuther, E. Ripper, B. Donecker. 49 Q. n - s 3 Q., N, o... . if ,il , ju SEATED, leit to right: l.. Swedberg. Rec. Sec'y: I- I- SYOUUSY ties me VOUSYDUU net to Pilederer. Pres.: I. Rossi, V. Pres. STANDING: I. Larson. the pole. as 1.4 Knuliuss and I. Whar- Sec'y Treas.: Miss Buldridge, Adv.: P. Heiniger, Rec. Sec'y. ram wait to begin u game. FIRST ROW, left to right: D. Grimm, M. Beyer. K. Kelley, B. Dully, L. Crossmun. L. Ackerman, S. Dean. S. Iohnson. SECOND ROW: C. lanes. C. Kennel. S. Barth. D. Dawson, I. Hirslein. I. Korsmeyer. P. Iurkins, C. Gardiner, S. Brugman. THIRD ROW: E. Duielmeier, M. Hohnstreiter, J. Kaulius, P. Kaufman, E. Buswink, S. Barr, M. Kinsey, C. Conibear, B. Hermann. I. Aupperle. FOURTH ROW: P. Frank, S. Grimm, A. Frank, M. Grether. I. Greene, M. Brugmun, I. Getz, N. Galbraith, S. Hoepfner. S. Beyer. FIFTH ROW: K. Iibben- I- Grimm, E. Grimm, M. Fritz. I. Frank. E. Getz, A. Brecher, I. Frank, C. Burk. I. Asbridge. SIXTH ROW: D. Alt, I. Hauler, C. Ackerman. M. Domnick. C. Bielemu, R. Bluhm, K. Clark, A. Cleary, C. Hess. M. Fritz, P. Heiniqer. GODD SPORTSMANSHIP. Volleyball, bowlina, ana basketball tournaments were lield durina the win- ter. Also on the club's winter program GAA. activities ior tlie IQSEL 57 school term beoan in September with the speedball tournament. On Septeme ber l8, tl'ie aroup liilqea out to the Optimist Cabin where impressive and .inloraettable initiation ceremonies were held ior thirty-one lresliman oirls. was a pancake and sausaae supper, the purpose beina to raise lunols tor awards. In December, tlie members Went Cliristmas carolina. L. Korsmeyer looks at the vol- leyball standings, while C. Biele- ma Jnd I. Rossi check their bowl- ing averages. Evelyn Duielmeier shoots from ihe center us Arlene Unks makes un at tempt to block the ball. H warm FIRST HOW. lei! Q0 fight: S. Silvers, G. Wenniger, M. Liscom, M. Stoker. I. Rowland, X.. Piieier. M. Moore M. Schu bach SECOND ROW: N. Moser, B. Naisiger, B. Strunk. A. Unks. S. Taylor, K. Metz, K. , p . Muselmun. I. Tiller. Miss Buldridg Adv THIRD ROW' C Swuney I Springer K Pflederer B. Smith. I. e. . . . , . , . . Rassi, Mead, I. Liston, K. Plattner, I. Rossi. FOURTH ROW: L. Marquardi. I. Wharram, M. Yoder. I. Moore. - dldbeser. P- Smith. M- Wenninger. S. Nufziger. FIFTH Row: C. Shuqart. I. Stonner. 1. Pflederer. V. Stirrutt, I. Schwartz. I. Stegmaier, I. Spahr. I. Larson, I. Yordy, S. Stuckey. SIXTH ROW: V. Von See- gar. S. Tucker, K. McConkey, L. Swedberg, L. Korsmeyer, G. Schock, P. White. I. Pilederer, P. Robinson. THEIR Softball, badminton, and tennis tour- naments were held in the sprina. Two captains front each of the four classes were elected for each sport as the year progressed. The tournaments w e re held after school. GOAL Endina the active year was the anf nual G.A.A. Banquet which was held for the girls and their dates in the late sprina. Awards were given, and the new officers for the l957-58 school year were announced, H S. Grimm, E. Dulelmeier. cmd B. Smith, girls' trio. blend to the tune of Donneanne Dawson's piano. Mr. Rein smiles approvingly as Car- olyn Bielema, accompanist, practices chorus music. 'wifi' . Q' 52 . r-- 1 JI Rui FIRST ROW, left to right: K. Pflederer. E. Dutelmeier, M. Fritz, I. Hirstein, L. Korsmeyer, A. Frank. S. Grimm, M. Grether. SECOND ROW: Mr. Rein, Adv.: P. Frank, K. Iibben. E. Frank, H. Baum, B. Curtis, D. Darrah, C. Conibear, B. Hermann. THIRD ROW: I. Kaulius, I. Getz. I. Greene, D. Dawson, M. Brugman, I. Korsmeyer. S. Barr, C. Bielema. I. Frank. FOURTH ROW: B. Donecker, L. Heiser, R. I-Iirstein. G. Strunk. I. Holder. R. Grimm, D. Evelsizer, I. Kirby, H. Barth. THERE'S MUSIC The sixty-eight voice chorus ol lvl. T. ledrned ond presented dt the Christ- l-l. S. was kept busy prdcticinq tor rnds Vespers. the vdrious prodrdrns thdt it presented durind the yeotr. The toll YQllQC1I'SGlS were used in prepdrdtion tor the Tdze- thot six chorus rneinbers hdd been well County Chordl Festivol held in chosen to represent Morton l-lioh dt Eost Peorid, Other numbers were dlso the All Stdte Chorus Februory 2, '57, Soon dtterwdrds Mr, Rein dnnounced SEATED: G. Strunk, Sec'y-Treas. STANDING: G. Rocke. V. Pres.: Mr. Rein. Adv.: I. Rossi, Pres. , mf 'Sli .gk .gi .af wi rfb- 4 Three's u crowd, but tour sirikes a note of harmony with D. Westermnn. R. Grimm, G. Racke. and I. Holder. l I if S A E ' 5 1 I 3 f' 2 . ' 5 I . Jie " I l' W ' NY . x x ' . nz' "imma 'P' 1 FIRST ROW, left to right: M. Yoder. I. Moore, I. Hodel, S. Siuckey, S. Taylor, P. Smith, K. Muselmun. A. Unks. SECOND ROW: I. Rossi. B. Smith. D. Weigle, M. Rediger. L. Remmert. E. Getz. S. Hoepfner. S. Beyer. G. Rocke. THIRD ROW: D. Wesierman, D. Alt. I. Yordy, I. Pilederer, I. Pilederer. N. Galbraith. M. Wenninqer, P. Robinson. FOURTH ROW: S. Moore, R. Sineni. L. Posi. B. Swenringen, R. Smullenberger. S. Roecker. S. Mortenson. I. Peters. IN THE AIR The six were: Evelyn Dulelmeier, sopranog Becky Smith, altog Dave Dar- rah and Dave Westerman, tenorsg and lim Holder and Ron Grimm, basses. ln the spring, came coniest, for which solos and ensembles had been learned with the aid of Mr. Rein, the choral director. During the second semester, the cho- rus practiced lor the Spring Vespers. The senior chorus sang at Baccalaure- ate to end the year. 4 r . is 'IK EM. 3 if i or M"3'g'wE:l . e I 1 Q 1 'M Q - 1 3 'V KJ FIRST ROW. left to right: R. Morqdn. I- HCIHH, C. Acker man, I. Grimm, I. Larson. M. Beyer. I. Hodel. SECOND ROW: I Moore, I. Rossi, D. Alt, D. Evelsizer. K. Pilederer. THIRD ROW: K. Metz, M. Kinsey, D. Durrah, R. Cruze. P. Kaufman, 1. Peters. T. Koch. S. Schwartz. M. Rediqer. H. Hirslein. S. Bruqman. FOURTH ROW: I. Holder, E. Strunk. A. Unks, D. Dawson. R. Ziegler. MUSIC. MAESTRO. The bands tirst appearance under the baton of its new director, Mr. Iunast, was in In the Fall Festival parade. ln the weeks tollow- ina the start ol school, band members learned many new drills and formations which were executed at the tootball aames. During the basketball season, the band oertormed at home aames. ln December, the band participated in the Christmas Vespers, Karen Ptlederer represented lVl,'l'.H.S. ii ine All State Band, in Springfield. The Tazef well County Band Festival held in Morton, february l4, l957, District and State contests took much effort, but the favorable results repaid each entrart. I The sprina Concert ended the 'fear ' ' I 54 5 FIRST ROW lelt to nght B Smnh I Txller M Dommck I Pilederer K Muselman C Brelema SECOND ROW I Hn stem K Abreo F Dommck M Wenmnger C Innes M Hohnstrexter M Grether W Scott THIRD ROW S Moore B Donec ker M Yoder K Ilbben C Hess I Yordy S Vetlerhoifer C Kennel STANDING K Metz Mr Iungst K Clark N Gal hraxth B Strunk El Bluhm S Taylor IF YOU PLEASE LEFT TO RIGHT A Unks Pres M Iunqsl Adv D Dawson SecyTreas K Pflederer V Pres LEFT TO RIGHT: S. Taylor: N. Galbraith: B. Strunk, Drum Major: R. Bluhm: K. Clark. if i l 1,41 WS H9 ' QE Q 12 as' Q. 5 w ,., ,T Athloiivf iiowlix be plrlcefj in 1 MVC pclssirru 20110 " St1,1dQr'xIF H,-:Elo pm'tif:ipf11e learn the arts Cf sptorfsmomship, tsemrlworli, and kcfeepim: physically ht, It is wise? for Students To f"1e9V6AlOp those Cmalities while they are youmcr, and Gthlf-tiff? FIT? Qmsd medns B ?!.1r'i4n .rd wiping' x 4 '- -. 'W'-' vfrgfklrwf ag 'z,.gy,gq...ex wvwlfvflj - , :ze . ,. ,, - -r ,K I 1 -gg,--wg. 1 .i.v?r . , ' 4 Z .53-., -4 L34-A Lf riff' f' Z ,,,..-, IT'S THIS WHY - For an efficient athletic proaram, a responsible Athletic Association is ne- cessary. At the bedinnina of the school year, students were nominated from the student body, and an election was held to determine the officers for the year l956-57. Mr, Carper and the phye sical education heads Miss Baldridae, Mr. Tuttle, and Mr. Diclcrnanf were the advisors for this successful year. At the close of each sport season this OTTlGl'llZCillOI'l met and determined of the athletes, managers, and cneerledders would receive awards. They also did the iourchasina when articles were in demand for the Ath- letic Department. Sellina season and tournament tickets was another taslc All in all, they served our school as o means of imiorcvina and betterina our athletic program. SI-ZATED. left to right: I... Vance. Pres.: Miss Baldridge. Adv.: Mr. Carpet. Adv.: C. Haynes. V. Pres. STANDING: Mr. Dickman. Adv.: J. Hussi, Sec'y-Treas.: Mr. Tuttle. Adv. Q9 , 1' 2 741. 'FSF A' SEATED le!! to nght: 1. Ziegler. 1. Oswald. L. Vance. G. 1-Ilser. B. Vance, R. Smullenberger, K. Van Nattan STANDING D. Dickison. Mr. Tuttle, G. l-lemmert. C. Kennel, G. Rocke. C. Haynes, R. Grimm. SELECTMEN I Holder B Hoskins. I. Larson. Mr. Dickman. Faculty vs. students! This was the drawing card for M-Club Night. The basketball game proved to be exciting and amusing, the faculty being the victors. Also on the evening's program were a basketball game between the fifth and sixth graders, a trampoline and tumbling exhibition, and the pre- sentation ot gold charms to last year's graduate members. It was the club's most important event. The sight ot painted laces, and the tales of preposterous stunts described members the club's initiation. M-Club took great pains to make the initiation for each an unforgettable experience new member, and they most certainly succeeded. Dances held after football and bas- ketball games helped to rebuild the depleted treasury of the club. LEFT TO RIGHT: G. E. Rocke. Vice Pres.: B. Hoskins. Sgt. nt Arms: Mr. Tuttle. Adv.: L. V P . . G ance. res : R rim. Sec'y- Treus.: Mr. Dickmun, Adv. 'VI .2 'W 1- -'21 ag., 3 ' 'til 7954 lf tn., Q FIRST ROW left to right D Strunk Mgr R. Sineni. K. Schwartzentraub, D. Dickison. B. Hoskins. L. Van:e. D. Wltzxg I Kxrby I Larson G Katser SECOND ROW: Mr. Tuttle. Coach: I. Metz. B. Vance, I. Hicks, K. Van 'an Barton L Smith C Day E Rxpper I. Ray. S. Roecker, G. Racke, Mr. Dickman. Ass't Coach. THIRD ROW P Clark I Holder C Haynes H Grimm G. Elser. G. Strunk. E. Herrmann, I. Oswald, L. Heiser. MR TOUCHDOWN. U.S.Il.- RON GRIMM Tackle DENNIS DICKISON Guard PERRY CLARK Center A loroe number ol boys reported to the Potters' new lootboll Gooch, Roger Tuttle, tn the toll of l956. The teorrt wos lloht, but lost, os is usuolly the choroctertstlc ol Morton's piqskln squorl The Potters were chosen by unknown tote to be crippled with mony injuries, ond the teom lost much strength os it lost its members. KEN SCHWARTZENTRAUB GARY EI-SER Guqfd Tackle The first game of the Potters' l95E5 campaign found the M.T.H.S. club tra- veling to Havana, where the Potters were humbled to the tune of 24-O. However, the Potters were pardoned by defeating Metamora and Eureka in the next two games. But from then on, the gridders were plagued by many injuries, and although the team tried its best to win, its power seemed to be lost. Even against great odds, the boys continued trying to win. The junior varsity football team conf sists of many underclassmen who, in future seasons, will replace their older brothers on the Potters' varsity foot' ball team. The squad made many good showings during their playing season, and the I. V.'s can well be proud of their seasons record. GARY STRUNK TERRY KIRBY GERALD E. nocxrt End Quarter Back Halt Back N, ,N MMVTYFWW :va 1' Amway K K New 'wmv " ,I A ...,, 1 ,, - 1, ,Q ya, will' i 'iilfflfi ' X M-f-W ix X ,. ,-,gin 11efrf!ff'4.- .kfzzzzzi '1,,."1Tm4. "'.. . 1..4ff'.",.-"1 'f.. -Z- 'F " .-v,-"',f,-Q' ,. .. ix.. W ,, ,, ,Jn A- ..'M,q.,,.,.- ,...v-V W ,xy ,-,f.,v,. 1l,.f-st.--' .. N. .-"'.a'!'. 1' ....,,'.,,--mf' ,:,,.. u ,aw-fn - ' ..,. K,- -:,-sg , '4ie..4"g..r', .' .- -"vw .f . - V-, fi, we--f',.1-r't. -. ', "t"'-'. - . ' .... l. . .'f--.th -Lv. -. '-4-t Bruce Hoskins, the 1956 football captain, is to be commended for his outstanding work this past season. AND COMPANY Looking over equipment are managers D. Strunk and G, Kaiser. L. Vance carries the ball as he evades his opponent. +5 Y K f '51 f S M Qian. ,, .,:: A ,A ' 35 U! AM' mM4"W'vSP.y. , ' , if A 532 ' j ulullu ,gf , Q LL S N H ff, 2, yjgxggkb X: 6 '4 U4 E -gl: CHRISTY HAYNES End FOOTBALL LARRY VANCE Halt Back .www ,W 4 , ,Biff f.-wrwm E RON SINENI Halt Back STATISTICS - 1956 FT' gi px wr, M.-,e Hx: mr K'Nv, ' X' V F mm F.7"afS' 'miiiiimftx' w f,, Y ,, V -' f ' I.. V," Qr TXT w 24.1 :msg 'S . A. A 1 'T 1 ' , U ,N ,U P'f,f.2f-.' ":fTh-rmvtwx Y 'zssaa 41:7 F,fAT9'2 I. .rwfwr 'X' Kira' YS' S5l.'.'f-fr rr IS 'f,f'i!'if'lI N L. Vance runs up cl gain for Morton. as the Potters' fleet hull back dashes away from unsuccessful tucklcra .- - . ' 62 JQWZB X B 1 x X1 ., r.?.,.t la. , P l V1 'A ,,,. .X.. ' A rl-.pd C ' X' .,!, H' , W 5.27 4 ,1 I K. 5 4 fx D, rms. tl: -.M ' gi , ..,, lie K 1 P At tile annual fcctpall panauet, tlie E7 football Captain named. lerry Kirby, a jxiriior and the team's auar- terloack, was announced as pilot ot zieixit years squad. Also at the ban- quet, the awards lor the Most Valu- able Player and the Most lmproved Player were presented, Perry Clark, 31 senior and the Potters' center, was the recipient ot the Most Improved Player award. Larry Vance was voted the Most Valuable Player. Larry, also a senior, played the position of halt back on the team. Coaches Roger Tut- tle and Fred Diclcman presented the varsity and junior varsity letters to the boys who earned them. Next tall should find the Potters with several returnina lettermen. T h e s e team members have gained good ex- perience, and should help to build the Potters into a very strona club. 1 ,K W . FIRST ROW, left to right: R. Haberle. I. Capes. D. Dan-ah, B. Aupperle. A. Carius. R. Cruze, S. Day. G. Kaiser. Mgr. SECOND ROW: Mr. Dickman. Ass't Coach: B. Vance, I. Metz, S. Roecker, I. Peters, A. Oswald, K. Van Nattan, I. Hicks, H. Metz, I. Klop- ienstein, Mr. Tuttle, Coach. THIRD ROWr C. Neu- reutter. I. Ray, I. Iohnson. I. Ray. I. Findlay, R. Hirstein. D. Kelch. Coach Fred Dickman exchanges trade secrets with Coach Roger Tuttle, as they enjoy a iew moments of leisure time. G1 O O U va 'U C II! I-3 ya 'JI IL" Il" -4-ag-1 . SMITH, Guard: HOLDER, End: DON WITZIG LAHSON, End: Guard HERRMANN, Tackle. E" .Q lr tt 63 Gary Elser and Eldon Swedberg attempt to score for the Varsity. The Potters, led by new head coach, Fxed Dickmanr impressed local and nanfltflortanite fans with excellent ball playina durina the 55-57 season. The team was taller this year, and im- proved in reboundina, Losing the sea- son opener to Delavan seemed to spark the Potters on to many victories in the tollowina contests. The team couldn't 'r , cop first or second place in the Tazef well County Tournament, but the boys did snatch third place honors. The underclassmen on the squad played in many games, and they aained much valuable varsity exper- ience to be used in future basketball seasons. GARY STHUNK Guard 6 Forward SHOOTING FOB THE STARS , A -5 HM rNGo1.D r Center 6 Forward l ' 'UQ GARY ELSER Center 6, Forward l ig, 4 l ELDON SWEDBEHG it Guard ,Q , BILL VANCE RONNIE sMA1.1.ENi " 3x,yw','fg,w,' at Guard Guard rx we W, my ' 4 9 -ww' Q! f is W H 532 V x MX , W. au.. 'Vai Q, ,,,.. . by If 8 ff' 4 tn ' .::,.,, , 'W . ,A .f T 'K fu , W ti S W ? . 'Z .- ,h..j E B 4 tipftw' FIRST ROW. left to right: G. Kaiser, Mgr.: B. Vance, I. Ziegler. C. Unsicker, Mgr. SECOND ROW: C. Kennel G. Strunk, I. I ld G El R G' L V c Capt. THIRD ROW: R. Smqllenberger. D. Kelch, S. DCIY. E. Swedberg, I. Iohnson. A- ngo. . ser. . nmm, . an e, Carius. D. Witzig, Fred Dickman, Coach. 1956-57 SCHEDULE Morton Delavan 71 Morton Tremont 59' Morton Dun1ap 43 Morton ' Armington 37""' Morton Minier 72 Morton ' Minier 73"' Morton Chillicothe 56 Morton " D. C. Mackinaw 57"" Morton Farmington 78 Morton Dunlap 54' Morton Eureka 56 Morton Metamora 51 ' Morton Tremont 51 Morton Farmington 63' Morton Metamora 52 Morton Roanoke 54 Morton Eureka 71 Morton Chi11icothe 57' Morton Minier 48 Morton Eureka 64' Morton D. C. Mackinaw 65 Morton D, C. Mackinaw 51 Morton Metamora 46 ' Conference Games Morton Washington 49 " -fEureka Holiday Tourney Morton De1avan 58 H TazeWe11 County Tourney cnrr. LARRY vmvcz non cmmm cum Kenner Jznm' zrncuzx Guard Forward Forward Guard CN t,.. , . -6. ,.... - 2 5 off' . Ki 1 5,L 55: S xg Ib.. .N-vu .M .HEY 3 New ,IE 4 mn FIRST ROW, left to right: R Dawdy. I. Metz, B. Goodale, I. Koch, D. Darrah, I. l-lemrger B Baum. B. Scott. SECOND ROW: I. Greiner, Mgr.: R. Smallenberger, S. Wiedman. A. Canus K Van Nattan, I. Riddle, I. Peters. B. Vance. THIRD ROW: D. Kelch. R. Hirstein, R. Luken 1 Findlay. S. Day, I. Iohnson, S. Paluska, G. Schmidgall, 1. Rigqenbach. Roger Tuttle Coach GDRL HTTAINED A new tourney was added to Morton's schedule this year, The Eureka Holiday Tournament, held in Eureka, made its dee but during the Christmas holidays. The Potters displayed line style as they marched back home with the first place trophy to add to the collections ot M.T,l-IS, The cagers also brought the lllio Confer- ence second place award home to its tinal resting place. The trophies were perman- ent evidence ot the Potters' tine season. The Potters were threats both offensively and defensively throughout the season, The teams splendid lllio record, their line tournament showings, and the entire seaf son's record all were the work ot a suc- cessful team, always working together. Larry Vance, '56 captain. accepts the Tazewell trophy for third place from Robert Carpe-r. 'KVI -14 X X Kent Abreo passes the baton to Ken Van Nuttan during the Illio truck meet. This year. I. Hicks. A. Carius, cmd the two shown above broke the Illio Frosh-Soph. Relay record. M.T.H.S. FREEWHY A late and very rainy spring kept the Potters from early track training, but the team came out with the sun, and brought many victories to M. T. H. S. Morton captured the second place trophy in the lllio meet, and broke two Conference records. Gerald Remmert, the team's captain, aided the Potters with his skill in the mile run. X A . . ' V,2j,,1,Q QEg?' With muscles an expression of excruciation. ""' ' ' 1. A. Ccrrius attempts to garner a victory. 2 viii'-P ' Tr---, The high jump, one of the many events of cv track meet. is attempted by Eldon Swedberg. GS fum 2' . Iii r ww 'Kris hen, . STANDING. left to right: R. Smallenberger, B. Vance, K. Schwartzentraub, I. johnson, I. Ziegler, K. Van Nattan, E. Herr- mann, H. Weintke. KNEELING: I. Riggenback. S. Day. B. Oberlan der, I. Oswald, R. Sineni, L. Vance. RESULTS OF MEETS Morton Morton Morton Morton Morton Morton Morton Illio meet Normal To high-jump properly takes much practice, but S. Day makes it seem easy, as he clears the bar for Morton. . Pole vault specialist. I. Ziegler, soars high into the air, as he helps his team earn a victory. 69 60 98 47 U3 60 81 1,17 43 V1 37 2nd ploce 'I8 Tremont Metamora Washington Farmington Eureka Peoria Central Limestone Genesee Oak Park Relays fy 58 'IS 70Vn 58 36V7 57117 81 I4 12 Hi mit N tg E704 -L all Eg awk STANDING, left to right: G. Kaiser, Mgr.: L. Vance, I. Ziegler, G. Racke, G. Strunk, S. Day, B. Schock. C. Haynes, I. Iohnson, L. King, A. Carius. Coach Dickmcm. KNEELING: D. Witziq, R. Sineni. R. Smallen- berger, I. Larson. I. Kirby, L. Smith, I. Metz, B. Vance. SHARP Bad weather conditions also hin- dered the baseball team, and indoor practice gave the boys their initial training. Gerald Rocke, a senior, was the captain ol this year's squad. ke and Coach Dickman plan sure ways to win. l A.. : fy . 2225? .Z CURVES Playing games both at home and away, and lcoth in lllio play and out of the Conference, the Potters were a hard-working team. They learned more each day, and created a fine record, 'S RECORD Morton Metamora Morton Eureka Morton Farmington Morton Chillicothe Morton D. C. Mackinaw Morton Dunlap Fun is had by many. as Sth hour gym class enjoys building a pyramid for the photographer. FIRST ROW, left tc right: N. Galbraith. M. Robinson. B. Dully, I. Schmidgal. S. Bishop. P. White. SECOND ROW: S. Nafziger. I. Schwartz. V. Von Seeger. I. Greene. THIRD ROW: M. Staker. P. Frank. N. Williamson, D. Stevens. FUN FOR ALL "All work and no play makes Iill a dull girl." Believing in this, Miss Bald- ridge planned her gym classes to be educational, in t e r e s t i n g, and fun. Speedball, volleyball, basketball, tum- bling, badminton, tennis, baseball, and learning new stunts on the trampoline were some ot the sports enjoyed in each girls' Physical Education class throughout the year, D Alt does a flip on the trampoline for two classmates. Excitement is keen. as competiton is matched in 2nd hour P.E. Tl CALENDAR August 17-Assembly program4"Memory" Wallace 19-F tb 1leCh'll' th -h '- 31-School begins O0 a I ICO 6 en 23-Group pictures taken 26-Football-Tremontvthere September 3-Labor Day-no school N0V9lTlbel' 14-Football-Havananthere 2-Football-Washington-here 17'FfH-A- Sadle Hawkms Dance 7-Tazewell County Choral Festival-East Peoria 18-G-A-A, 1l'liliali0f1 Assembly program4Neil Foster 20-Senior portraits taken-Rembrandt 12-F.H.A. Parent Night Facultygoard picnic 14-Assembly program--Duke Montague 21-FootballfMetamoru-there- 15-Senior Class Play 24-Senior Class picnic wggsenior Class Plav 27-Illio Conference MeetingffIVle-tamora Qowtluniol. Social Hou, 28-F0Otbal1'Eureka-hem 21fEnd of second six weeks Ph'l h . losop er Dance 22,23 No school-Thanksgiving 27-First basketball game-Delavan 30fBasketball-Dunla October p 1-Junior Class picnic D b 5-Football-Farmington-here ecem er M-C11-lb DHDCQ 4-Basketball-Minier 6fF.H-A- H050 DHY 7-BasketballAChi1licothe 8-Assembly program-Melchior Marionettes wwchrigtmag Vegpgrg 9fJUI'1i0F State tests 214Christmas vacation begins Sophomore plcmc 27, 28AEureka Holiday Basketball Tourney 10-Sen-ior Social Hour 11-Tazewell County Teachers' institute-Pekin Icxnuary 12-End of first six weeks 1956 Cauldron won All-American rating 3-Back to the salt. mines!! L,-V - , - . V. 4-Basketball-D.C.-Mackinaw Junior class rings arrive 1lfBasketball-Washington 14-Assembly program-The Augsburgs 17-Semester exams l84Semester exams M-Club Night 22-Basketball-Delavan 25-Basketball-Tremont 28-31-Tazewell County Basketball Tourney-fMorton February 7-Assembly program-Harry Bartron 12-Lincoln's birthday-no school Basketball-Metamora 13-Tazewell County Band Festival-Morton 154Basketball-Roanoke 22-Basketball-Chillicothe 264Basketbal1fEureka 28-Students' photos taken March 1fEnd of fourth six weeks 4fRegiona1 Basketball Tourney 9-Solo Sz Ensemble Music Contest 13-15-Super Sectional Basketball 22-234State Basketball Tourney 26-Track Meet-San Jose Assembly program-Deep River Quartet 28-'Junior Class Play 29-Junior Class Play Track MeetA-Washington-here 3OAOak Park Relays April 2-Track Meet-Tremont-there Illio Conference Meeting-Eureka 4-wAssembly program-Jack Noble 5-Track Meet-Chillicothe-here 9ATrack Meet-Peoria Central-here 11-Tra ck Meet-Metamora--there 12-End of fifth six weeks F.H.A. Banquet 13-Geneseo Relays 16-Track 18-Track 19-22-No 23-Track 244Track Meetf'Washington-here Meet-East Peoria school!!-Easter vacation Meet-Eurekafhere Meet-Limestone-Athere 27-Normal Relays 30-Illio Track Meet-here May 3-Solo gl Ensemble State Contest 4-Delavan Relays 7-Tazewell County Track Meet 16-F.N.A. Annual Picnic 17-State Track Meet 18-State Track Meet Junior-Senior Prom 26-Baccalaureate 28+Semester exams Class Night 29-Semester exams 304Memorial Day-no school 31-Commencement F.H.A. Spring Rally 'Till we meet again!l!!!!!' 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M - , Mag: 7 x A ' "4 A A .. ,,.,ff,, f PQ' Y If-i, A Aw , 4 A ' -, 'X 1 ' ,, 3' A ."ML4f. 1 ' , . 49, ' I 9 Q - T 3 COFFEE CUP PP Dinners L Short Orders A Call ln Orders 3' Fountain Service mmm, Illinois Plume 4-8810 "We're Backing The Potters" V -lg Bel Arr Convertlble l2434l ROECKER CHEVROLET COMPANY SALES AND SERVICE IN H Albert E Holler Excavatrng Contractor Basements Sewers Water Lmes ASK YOUR NEIGHBOR I Nl llmm 17144 L YI NICJIVIYJN. ll.l. fiblf I I I Cepiic Tanks made and installed. 2551 A rl ll l 'ul l1'1sI lc 1'i'1 lll ,H 1 'lw mil wcyl I'Al01'l I1 317M E REMBRHNDT STUDIO Louls P DeZe1ar Specialist m School Photography cun Street Peor1c:1 111111015 VII Mo cf 2 f 1 5, 5 h 'h 1 " , I h og, f of A o Q 'aww an Q Let's Keep America Safe and Free AMERICAN LEGION Post 318 Morton, Illmols HOME OIL CO Electrlcal Apphances Radlos TCICVISIOD Auto Accessorles Tires Petroleum Products Nlortcm Illmms Bushnell 111111015 Ihoms 4 2931 A 2w4l Phone 30 VIH Main Officc Branch Office CRENSHI-iw 81 IOST Engineering and Architecture fl2 C4 url Strcvt I I1 11- f-2-127 Pekin - Illinois MIDDLETON S SUPER MARKET West Jackson Street Route 150 LARGE FREE PARKING LOT X IRI XX HULI SUNIJXY HOUI S IX I I YF l ' ,JA ' 'QS f H' .- ' ' X130 3.31. to 10 VM. 9 A-MM. t 10 P.M lion Nattulm Ll XI f TI WE SPECIBLIZE IN FOODS CHICKEN DINNERS STEAKS FISH R auto 1wO rum H11 INTERLOCKING FENCE CO. Fence Roofing Paint Morton Buildings Farm and Home Supplies 212 XX ut Xd mms btrcct MUft011,11l11101S X lm' -" A 1 " ,pr . . n ' - I , , 77 I 1 ' A K ' O ' .M ' . . ' 1 ,X ' 3' 1 0 Q V O . -4 If 1' p.: , " -- ,ffv l'rup.: O1"'llc '. lm 'xt 1 I f Mu , 'llU1S UW WM HOHSTHDT 81 SONS J I I CONTRACTORS 81 BUILDERS 'LbagAlQJltnl11Q1'rlelgLuRmJ3ggQ ww-L SQWJL f .K aiaill 'WT' X271 J nullllg usa 21' sn .1 VW 3 ,X 32 CREATORS AND DESIGNERS Art Ware Kxtchen Ware Ceramic Wall Tlle XI , 4 . Q? . , , I 226 g'CXYrnNl NluI'lfwI1, Hlilluii . fgvhcqx .,.,. ,.ff V W 5 W' , T ge K ,W WV V 1 5 5 I N - u vu ff 1 , ' Y , Q5 iff-f'J?ff vi! K avmsxfaslawwsf Y 1, -.l f f 91 5" f.f'f,:wfr5' F5 ww ' tftkh 'L . ' , x-1" 1 v M O. J 7 4. J liugva Q L 1-1 LN , , E GR'oN Do ,A V Y im, . -A -4. .Lia -'M i 1 V H ,M 4.a-K-H - .A ' 3 Hlfwiig - fm. Q , gf, fi- - w ,Q '- 7- ., Y' ' , '! E' ' 1K,,.,.fo. ' . Q mb., b, -, Q ' 'Q 4 T' ' -pa 4 ,. o""o' '- ' f .W A. C Q4 4 2 Y L, N ' 1- -ntl Ho 7 13 "' Q F. 1-. " -'-- '+ , . 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Umilwczlr, R.I'l1, ' 1 Phu - f-1171 A L HIHVIHII, A V ' t t t 'k 'A' i' RUSSLIN'S SHOE STORE Morton's Only Exclusive Shoe Store Shoes for the Entire Family 105 S. Main I'h4 444361 FRED HERMHNN GENERAL CONTRACTING FREE ESTIMATES I h me 1 9901 be XIV llllll J llllll ERVIN KHHLER Excavating and Truckmg lhom 4 4791 4 8971 Morton Ill 9 4 F' RR l, lxlllftllll. lll. l g :J ' , X - - .WY - y , 1 J V 1 ' 'l'. Q b'5iA".iH,,f . ARCH BHRTELMIIY 81 SONS OLIVER PONTIAC MASSEY HARRIS SALES AND SERVICE M1 F1011 Ill N REULING COMPANY ll IH1111 18 Natlonally Advertlsed Ready to wear Men s Furmshmgs hlldren s Wear Infant s Wear Home Fumlshmgs Custom Made DYHPEYIES a Speclalty ,W-v-'MA CIIRHGHER BUICK CO BUICKS GMC TRUCKS SALES AND SERVICE I 1111110 4 41 Murtrnrl Ill vfmwu A . ' ' X ' .' K iqfww it M4 kr R .,,, ,.,,,, ,, , , , A, -if, In hw , ,W Q A .w,me'f, M, L .1. W ,A ' eff rm A .ww 'QD , I ,,"""""'A"""fQ'9'f f ef M A, 35 P? , ,. I 2: ffm ' I 'V 'A 1':A ' . 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Mm St. A lf' ll.,.4l.,.l, llllms One of Americas Finest Stores for Men u 1 xn ,W Wu FOSTER IIICOB INC Electrlcal Advertlslng Dlsplays Electrical Contracting Neon Slgns N X lxms THE FASHION STORE I Fashion Center For All Men, Fine Dlamonds 8: Watches Women 81 Children MCCLINTICK IEWELERS Court St IWIHI UI 343 tnurt St Pekm, III 'k i' 'A' 'I' 'I' i' CIIRP'S DEPARTMENT STORE Compliments Vw Kumi Sl of a umm Ill Friend XVIII O'BRIEN-IOBST " r"f . , Iliff ' i 113 S., tl .lL'I.I.k'l'S4lII Ex'-. kiwi I,L'flI'I'l Q 422 1: Q sr. I'wmriz1, Ill. KEENIIN SPORTING GOODS COMPANY "Sport Goods for Good Sports IIIIIJIIL' -I-11165 514 Main St. COMPLIMENTS OF THE PHOTOGGERY L IIIONI4 61wal I IRIN II I IXOIS HEHEDVEE COFFEE P 4230 M2 X now Mama wmg I7 ww N REJUYCE Glo D 4001 L L JGD it 431 m' CHRIS HOERR 8z SON C0 1"21 S WASHINGTON ST PEORIA ILL COFFEE ROASTERS WHOLESALE Gnocmzs IMPORTERS XIX 527 'OYRT S'I'IQIfIf'I' ' 1 . f' 1 5 ' ' ' '. 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BLOCK CO Ladies', Misses and Girls' Ready-To-Wear Men's and Boys' Clothing My Dry Goods - Gift Wares Pekin, 111. ' -sM...l..,, ,, 'R I YORDY TURKEY FARM Robert Yordy 8: Sons ll ilgpeg el HI-lNK S 55 SERVICE Intersection at Rts 98 Sz m:':.::,:g Springfield Road Wi? can K XXI SEMA BEM ll! W Wed Klwrtmi - llli wi: I 5 O U iii ,, M, Q ,,1.: Q W it . - ,. If ----v ' A f: - mmm, 1: , ,l. I 'U ., ,I K A . M ,Mn .V f- maxi .1111 D 7" ' A-'li , ' ggi 1111 111 A -IM ii . .........,,,v . fl ii. ,..Z:' L .. ,,,,,,j --,:. ...lil MMM "H A - ' '- ' . V -.-- -- . " ,?3?3MgiiiZ M f iI'l rx Ulllllf . Q 4' l HUDSON STANDARD SERVICE Wheel Balancing 1 , + ,STKHDARD E "few . Car Washing Complete Service D25 5. Klum St. C H REIN 6 SONS Plumbing Heating Sheet Metal Au' COIldltlOl'lll'lg 14 ' POWELL CLEANERS There IS a dlfference ln Www dry cleamng XXII Same day servxce "' ,UW X X Cleaning ln by 9 am U out by4pm W x wil llm na Nfl Xlml ll III Wm if ,' . 7j,jf, -H :jeu ,LS M 5 , , .. ,.., , JH 'H' . y, G ,.,, , , . ' I, f ' A I . .., -E .. ,Q .-o0lnuup., 7 is-.fix .,. , , I -9,-,zj I , ., Wk' M. . ,. 'it M- f vi.: , www, , -X. W' f ..,. I .L MIITHENY BROTHERS CONTRACTOR AND SPECULATIVE BUILDERS Klwrtwl1. Illilwis SCHWENK S FOOD MARKET Locker Processing and Butchermg J XI uns Hua 4 xflu 1141 """'inn. i in wig, fm '-2 'w'-PM X L V' 29, if gk awww XXIII "5-2:5 ROECKER BROS CONCRETE CONSTRUCTION II11 nn -I ww I 5 I u S S I A I ' -' --H .7 ZZ! . ,Nrlz Q Sl. A, 'f I , , .. 1- - A ., - 'Y 'Es P N I if - I'h - -4101 1 H, 2'- f-"H aw: 'R fm. ' 3 'IT M wi ,. +I 5 NM Q Ak , KI' 11. Ill 1 ms if , f . I f y . . , I 3' ..,, g f it . 6 M I v' ""' ? ,,.. 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SICICIJ CORN Kl+11'1m1, llllums 11 HIM HOMER C LUDWIG x I XXVIII Wm HUPPERLE CEMENT CONTRACTORS N ROECKER S CABINET AND MILLWORK V"""" V' CUSTOM MADE CABINETS DOORS AND MOULDING 4 Www MQ: 220 XX cbt IL1 bon bt ' lhout J 30:11 HOEPFNER S Glfts For All Occassnons Electrxcal Contracting Motor Specialists m 7 LL, yn-rv ' I E XXIX -f' H .fm MORTON STATE BANK Mmm Capital and Surplus S400,000.00 lhlmsllx lHNlllki1 In Ihr. I'ulu.1l Ihpfml IIINUIJIIKC KRUG'S MARKET The Happy Hour Store ' WESTERN AUTO ASSOCIATE STORE IIL ul AUER PAINT 5. U vvALLPAPEn co A -mug B P S Pamts and Varmshes We Doslgn Our Colm Your Indlvldual 'I xsln Largm S11tC1lOHKfV1"111IJ pe W Jackson St 1 11: m 1 1' XXX 1'1wm' +5311 X, ' J 2 4' 4 , A A af 1 A I W V' , 53115 N1Hl'1l1I1, 111. "H" , 54 1 . L 5 1,1111 ' A-JS-11 fX1m'trm, 111. f-: ' as . . . MN A 'S lu . O v X1-' m 'C zu xr W ' , -'ffm A111114-11.111. HEISER S INSURANCE AGENCY 11su1 11111 XII IXII i 1 I -A-QM, Wm I Dausman Sr Dr Wm I Dausman Ir DENTISTS w S ruth NI1111 IONES BROS. IEWELERS Certified Gemologlst 517519 fiiillft Strcct l'ck111. Ill11111i,' XXXI FORTS SCHOCK MOTOR CO Compllments of FORT 8. SCHOCK MOTOR CO Chrysler Plymouth IOHNSON S FLORAL Cut Flower Corsages Flowers For All Occaslons Ihmu 1 1 fl N nt Il XXXI1 STUMPF PHARMACY PRESCRIPTIONS Photo Headquarters Alfn'tfn1,Illi11wis law' 5 'Clk nn 2 X WITZIG'S For Women and Men Clothes and Shoes r Ilhnms HENRY SCHOCK 81 SON MASON 8z CONCRETE CONTRACTOR nn Pl t4 B ug lRKEy 'M BIRKEY PLE NT XXXHI A., IMPLEMENT co M M AND FORD Sales and Servlce Field Dram Tlle Ih mn 4 451 X11 It m I mf ZOBRIST'S CONSTRUCTION COMPANY Personalized Planning Servlce Cabinet Sales WALT WITTMER FOR ALL YOUR INSURANCE NEEDS 5 OEKEL 6 SONS Heating and Plumblng NIOVIHT1 Ill A E HUDSON COMPANY Dxstrlbutors of Road Machinery MORTON BOWL Open Bowling Saturday Sunday RAYMER S SHEET METAL SHOP Furnaces and Gutters w X X 1 PEKIN DAILY TIMES THE TEENY TOTS A Specialty Shop For S 11113111 Infants and Chlldren Only I Isl mc S XXXIN 71015 pm, Sill!! lun. ff if 1' if +1 af ' - ffffbfl NI '1 , Ill. , , llwm W 5 HI lm IU. X . . 1l1lIlS Nlrrrtrm, Ill. i' 'if if 4 4 4 . ' If It IIZIIJIHVHS In KIwr'1f+11 V V Rczul It First in thn- l'lw11c J .bill if ff f af ff if Alul'I41ll ,lpn ' lifvk J: 'I lil-1 Alain Xlfnwm MORTON NEWSTAND George Starcevlch Prop Take Out Hot Dogs and Hot Tamales Magazmes Candy Cigarettes BUEHRIG ELECTRIC SERVICE Company Electric Appliances Wmng and Supplies Kelvmator Refrlgerators ESTHER S HODEL M D Physlclan and Surgeon i' Congratulatlons and Best Wlshes L L I-ITTEBERRY Pekm Illmols County Superintendent of Schools XXXV KOCH S DAIRY STORE Mnlk Ice Cream Speclal Foods Receptlon Service all TIIZEWELL PUBLISHING CO Formerly The Morton News Establlsheo m 1888 N 1 T111 hmm LEE HUDGENS Wortf n Ill MORTON ELEVIITOR C0 Manufacturers of THE NEW MORTON FARM ELEVATORS Xl ll Il lllm 1 . , . . , , . ' - -- ' KI: ' mm, Ill. i' 'A' i' 'k 'k 'I' lZl lv. -Idlvcrsfm Sl. llllfwllt' 5-SSRI XIHVIHII. X,IU,tHn i 'k i' wk ir i ' I ' I flu J' ' IIS of Rlnlfrrll, III. , 'J , . 1' 1' if I I Y ' A U' ll , ' uri' 411111111110 5 cw' CARL S BARBER SHOP N x IIMS BARBER SHOP We are smcere boosters for Morton Your Good Nemghbor Station WSIV ERIK MARAN M D PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON 11 m 1 SAM I. GETZ MASON CONTRACTOR MORTON TV SERVICE Presents 1957 MOTOROLA AND GRUNDIG MAJESTIC I-II xx SS" YODER INSURANCE AGENCY NN ROBERT MARTIN 6. SONS MASON CONTRACTOR 4 1 XXXV1 L 11 nt 1 -112 .1?1111 1l11HI1l' 5117111 11111m' 5-117111 A11rl'lf1I1. 111. A1Hl'IHIl. 1111111111 i i i A A W 117 XXKM ,11lC1iSHIl FI N14v+,111' 11111 Hlrvls lhlllm X 'V 1'11uI1L' SJIU51 1'114ml1p 3 R 411' A11vl'l1vI1, 1111111115 i i f i i i , ' , ww N. mm 91. A1Hl'1lIll, 1111111115 I'1I11llk' 44lm,1 1'v1Qin, 111111415 'R i' i' i f i 1 ' ' 1'111Im-si IQT-sifll-mm' 7-7511 XX':x1'L'111111sv --17111 NI'H'1-'11- V xI.,1-1.11, Illinois RAMON H MASON GEORGE M BARTELMAY APPLIANCES Maytag Tappan Frlgldalre COTTAGE CAFE GOOD FOOD THE NORMA SUTTON SHOP x Classlcs In Separates THE GRILL Cleat 8z Frances CAMPUS BEAUTY SHOPPE N Sp6ClE1IlZIl'lg In HalFCUttlng and Permanents Clfts Cosmetlcs Costume Jewelry XXXX II IIL WILLIAM D MORTON LIFE INSURANCE AMERICAN ART POTTERIES CUT 6. CURL BEAUTY SHOP LOUISE THOMPSON operator rtfm CONIBEAR AUTOBODY BODY Sz FENDER REPAIR Wrecker SCFVICC Compllments o a Fnend Flowers for all occaslons Corsages GlftS and Fannle May Candles TROWBBIDGE FLORIST III rl I-I ILIIII III IMIIIIIIIIIIL-111s III. 011111-III 'HIS HI KI.,I'IIIII, IIIIIIIIA AIIIVIUII, IIIIIIIIIS 1 A if if if if . . ' FHS XXI-sl ,II-I'I'L'I'smI .llI"ct AIHVIIIII. IIIIIIIIIJ VII, SJQHII AIIIVIIIII, III. 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