Mount Morris High School - Mounder Yearbook (Mount Morris, IL)

 - Class of 1954

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All of the members are 1nterested 1n gwmg the students the best oppor- tun1t1es for a good educatron. They are lnterested 1n havlng the students prepare themselves for l1fe, Wh1Ch means that the students W111 need to de velop educatronally, soc1ally, morally and vocat1onally. The Board of EduCat1OHW1Sh6S to congratulate the sen1ors on havmg at tamed the1r goal and also to w1sh them a successful future. To the under classmen, the Board of Educat1on expresses a desxre that all students w1ll make use of every opportumty the school offers them. 5 ! - ff W ' la., 1 : , . , . , , . : ' . , . , - . o . L L BEHRENS Independence Juntor College Okla homaC1ty Unlverstty B A George W11l1amsCollege M S Boys Phys 1ca1 Educanon WARREN I- BURSTROM Luther College B A Physlcs Chemlstry Geometry General Mathemaucs Freshman Class Ad v1ser GEORGE FORGEY Umversny of ll11no1s B S Voca t1onalAgr1culture F F A Advlser Dr1ver Educatlon DAVID L HENRY Western Il11no1s State College B Ed Mathemaucs GeneralBus1ness Jumor Class Advlser Annual staff Advlser Golf Coach KATHRYN RASMUSSEN Central College B A Gtrls Phys rcal Educauon Dr1ver Educauon G A A Advtser Pepster Advlser Cheerleader Adviser JOANNE SIMICH Northern Ill1no1s State College B S Iowa State College Home Eco nomtcs F H A Advxser 6 X1 we 4' to L I - 5 I ', I I: - , B ' 1 RAYMOND WALDER Iowa State Teachers College B A General Sctence Btology Fresh Soph Athleucs Juruor Class AdV1 er J R WORLEY Monmouth College B A Umver Slly of Colorado Amertcan HISIOIY CIVICS Soctology Economlcs Ath leuc Coach M Club Advtser RICHARD HOSTETLER Manchester College B S Purdue M A Enghsh Natlonal Honor So SALLY HUTTON Indlana State Teachers College B S Shorthand Typmg Bookkeep mg H1lltopperProduct1on Staff Ad v1ser WAYNE JOHNSON Murray State College B M E In dlana Unlverstty M M Band Chorus LESTER L MAYES Western Il11no1s State College B S Ed Un1vers1ty of Illxnols M Ed lndustrlal Arts Juntor Varstty Coach 7 s . . , z ' ciety Adviser. 4 ' ' ' , . . .5 ' JOHN A ROSS Northern Illmors State Teachers CegeBSEdMSEd ng 11Sh Iournahsm Speech Thesplan Advxser Drrector of Dramaucs MRS JOHN MILLER Ohro Northern Umversrty Secre tary MRS W G COLVIN Secretary ARTHUR GOLDBERG Custodlan 8 i' CLARENCE CHEEK Custodran SENIORS 4- C F5 f2,DvsvwrQ+'ww--whJ4QsX ww ii gy!! 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QL f 551 53 ml LUV OW SAIL" '4 Qyx H1 M410 ff rn rfjvvgkk 2 'Pl' Nklf 'a gin: Qjfryl 'lypluq Q l ni ym 3 Y ,XA AfQ1,1 fu 0'4" VL I6 l Nfbykfv An of-lnfuvv fx 1 U'-JIl"J'!-' L X.rlzA..Jf'n".s1.,fw.,4"'J4C'y XT M0 M' 1500 J uw? :Vi iff- 14, U mmm WMJ 4 A 'W h J WY-,NIA vf- wif 0-NV' 'NF' EW' 'N xx XX-,Vi 'Y"J'CJ"v-f" W LW QCVL7 ,jj '70 vXU""' W1-'J 935' my W1,JfcfU fn ww 'L LQ:-H 1-0-pf JIJV fi I .oh ROGER MARTIN Prnky Pres 1 Vrce Pres 2 3 4 Football 1 2 3 4 Basket 1 1 2 3 4 Track 3 4 Golf3 Choir 1 2 3 Band 1 2 3 4 MClub2 3 4 Vrce Pres 3 Pres 4 Student Counc1l2 4 Pres 4 L1brar1an4 Class Play3 A leader rn every f1eld un dertaken Hrs f1ne quahtres of charac ter unmrstaken JIM WATT Wattle Pres 2 3 4 Football 1 2 3 4 Basketball 1 2 3 4 T ck1234 Golf12 Chorr 2 3 4 Bo 3 4 Busmess Manager 4 Student Councrl 1 M Club 3 In va1n for faults of h1s we r Areal swell fellow you can t deny :Q ELLEN JOYCE SWAN Treas 3 Secy Treas 4 G A 1 2 3 4 Vrce 2 Pres 4 Chorr 3 4 Treble Clef3 4 Grrls Chorus 1 2 3 Pepsters 2 3 4 Thesprans Photography 4 Frrendly lrkeable and al ways neat As a student she rs hard to beat EVELYN ALLEN Evre A Chorr 2 3 4 Grrls Chorus 1 2 3 Treble Clef2 3 4 Annual Staff3 4 Photography 4 National Honor So c ety 3 4 Se y Treas 4 Pepsters4 Thesp1ans4 F H A 3 4 Recreat1onCha1r man 4 L1brar1an 4 She enters thrngs wrth zeal and zest And ranks rn knowl edge wrth the best i DORIS JEAN BAKER Bake' G A 1 2 3 4 ls Chorusl 2 3 4 Pep sters 2 3 4 Hrlltopper Staff 4 Cheerleader 3, "She has pep and vrtal Amrabrlrty and person altty " JANIS LADONNE AVEY an A Cho1r2 3 Glrls Cho rusl 2 3 Treble Clef 4 Annual Staff 4 Typ1st4 FH A 1 2 3 4 Frnance Chau man 2 Secy 4 Pe sters 4 Natronal Hon or Socrety 3 4 Lrbra r1an 4 Class Play 4 Now my chrldren she wrll say When she rs a teacher someday -41 SHARON ELIZABETH BALLARD GA A 1 2 3 4 C rr 1 2, 3,4 Grrls Chorus 1 2 3 Treble Clefl 2 d Pepsters 2, 3, 4 Thespr ans 1, 2, 3, 4, Program Charrman 3, Annual Staff 3, 4, Lrterary Ed 4, Natronal Honor Soc1 ety 3, 4, Pres 4, Lxbra rran 3, 4, Class Play 3 "Mus1c rs her well known hobby, Especrally so 15 v1ol1n melody " K W . ,V V 'I " V , V," Lmfiff' Q f . , 1 11 L - : ' . . . : - . . : . . A. .' ,' , ,ug ' I Pres: bali I 'I 'Q :v n 1.2, ka! ' , Y Z 1 n I. Z 1 '- an I ' 1 I 1 , . : 5 ' . . , 3.4: ' . . a YS' Q , , : ' 4, Boys' Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4, Chorus 2, 3, 4, Annual Staff 1, 2, 3, 4, Annual Staff 3,43 " ".'.'f2.,4: i. '- ' fi U ' , ' D y. t G. . A. 1, 2, 3, 4, "I " ' , . a ' ' G. . A. 1,. 2. 3, 4: 1. 'Q ' a H . .1 5. ' .5 ' ' ' '. ' 2 - 1 . : C .- . . ' T I. : s . U . s P' . .A..,..:GiI' ......:h0' ', ' ' 1, 3:42 Ban 1, 2, 3,'4Q 4. , , A '- : '- My - . wt . , . .. , s . 10 VILMARS BEINIKIS V1 Basketball 3 4 Track 3 4 M Club 4 Hrlltopper 4 F E A 4 V1ce Pres Quret but good rn the thrngs he 1 Vilmars rs an all rrght 1 -ff' MARTHA DOLLINGER "Marty" G.A,A, 1,2,3,4, F,l-l.A, 1, 2, 3, 4, Grrls' Chorus 3, Treble Clef 4 "Whether 1t's work or whether tts' pleasure, She does both wrth un sunted measure " 36 GERALD CASSIDY ack Football 1 Hrlltopper Staff 4 Wrth a joke he starts the day To humor hrs frrends along the way HELEN DIEHL Hrlltopper Staff 4 A gentle grrl k1nd and sweet She always thrnks w rle others speak ali 436. wi' til? DARRELL E CORY Cor F otball 1 2 3 4 Basketball 1 2 3 4 Tenn1s2 3 4 Band Ch Boys Chorus 1 2 3 M Club 2 Class Play 3 He llkes both basket ball and football In regard to sports he lrkes them all CAROL DOLLINGER Mac A 1 2 3 4 Somebody s s te no g she s gorng to be Some brg boss wxll be mrghty lucky 'U 6 MARVIN A BUHS Marv T ack4 F F A 2 3 4 Reporter 3 Pres 4 H111 topper Staff 4 H LS a son of t e sox Well known for hrs ab1l 1ty to toll slr-3'N ., av ll L 6 Ax 'UU DOLORES C. EGAN "Egret" G.A.A, l,2,3,4, F.H,A, 1, 2, 3, Grrls' Chorus 1, 2, 3, Treble Clef 4, H111 topper Staff 4 "Here's a grrl that's full of fun, Wrth a sm11e as brrght as the sun " MARY ELLEN FLOREA F tp G A A 1 2 3 4 Annu al Staff 3 4 Co Edltor 4 Gtrls Chorus 1 2 3 Lrbrarlan 3 4 Chorr 2 3 4 Thesprans 1 2 3 4 Sec Treas 3 Pres 4 Nattonal Honor Socr ety 3 4 Treble C1ef2 3 4 Band3 Good scholarshlp' Her mrddle name Brrllrant student' Her clatm to fame 'V' NEIL D JOHNSON Hrlltopper 4 F F A 1 2 3 4 Sent1ne13 4 Is there nothrng man s mortal powers To shorten these long, study hours EDWARD L GRUHN Thesprans 4 Class P1 3 4 Band 2 3 4 Boys Chorus 1 2 3 4 Cho1r2 3 4 No matter what the drscussron be always ftnd ttme to drsagree GERALDINE MILDRED HANKE Ger c 3 G A A 1 Pe ps te rs 2 Sec Treas 1 Thes D1 ns 1 2 3 4 V ce Pres 4 Annual Staff 3 4 CIICUIHIIOD Mgr 4 H111topper4 Class P1ay3 4 G1r1s Cho 1 2 To count the good pornts of thrs grrl Would set our bratnm a mrghty wh1rl Q1 HILDEGARD GUDELIUS Exchange Student Dortmund Germany G A A 4 Thesp1ans4 Treble Clef 4 Chotr 4 Pepsters 4 Beautrful ln manner unaffected mmrnd Lover of ftne musrc frrend of mankrnd IUDITH ANN HOVIS G A A 2 3 4 T es plans 2 3 4 Nauonal Honor Socrety 3 4 Ltbrarran 4 G1rls Chorus 1 2 3 4 A w1ll1ng worker of any class Honor roll records showa smart lass 12 MARION MARIE FRITZ. Frtzzle A 1 2 3 4 F 1 2 3 4 G1r1s Chorus 1 2 3 4 Treble Clef 2 3 4 Cho1r 1 2 She has a pleasmg per sonahty and some lnnocent ras calrty 'ii't'Us '04 'JA1!""'7' THAIS JOHNSON Johnme A 1 2 3 4 Chorus 1 2 3 4 FHA 1 2 3 4 H1lltopper4 Full of v1m and pep and fun Wtth a smrle for every one ...,..: - G.A..,..9.H.A. z'.r"'f .9 1I1:i'.,3, , : ' , . . ' 4- 1' ' ' .L K, f 4 44 A . ' l Q." -4 J 1 ay .' a ' , . . qw I . .' ,,' . .' . X s A 1 'V V" Se . : . . . ,2,3. " 4: .3,4. . . . s h ' 2" rus , l , 4. ' Y A G.A..,,,gGirls' " ' in . . . s tt' of K GAIL JOAN McDOWELL Hilltopper 3, 4, G.A.A. 1, 2, 3, 4. "She takes shorthand at "eighty-five," Ajob that keeps her fin- gers a1ive." Cfiaeiiip JOHN P MOORE Thespians2 3 4 Class Play 3 4 Basketball 1 Football Mgr 3 Boys Chorusl 2 3 4 Band A right good fellow we ll all admit I-le has a good t1me and works a bit fl JOAN LUELLA MCNETT Mlckey A 1 2 3 4 eps ters 2 l-I1lltopper4 Thespi 1 2 3 4 C a Play 3 Girls Chorus 1 2 3 4 Treble Clef 3 4 Cho Her voice was de clared by all who heard Clear as the singing of a bird RICHARD G MERWIN Mer Student Council 3 Class Play 3 Band 1 2 3 4 Basketball 1 2 3 4 MostValuable 3 4 Football 1 4 Tennisl 2 34 M Club3 4 Boys Cho 1 2 In sports he found his o This tall talented senior boy fl' .5 sf f.. g IH 1 D VIRGINIA LEE MEARNS Ginnie A 1 3 4 dent Council 1 2 3 4 Vice Pres1dent4 Pepsters 2 3 4 Vice Pres 3 Pres 4 Thes plans 2 3 4 Annual Staff Photography Ed1 tor 4 Hllltopper 4 Editor FHA1 2 Sec 2 Class Play4 Girls Chorus 1 2 3 Treble Cle 1 2 3 4 C oir There was no field in which she did not participate A gtrlwe hate to lose But all must grad nate GARY D MILLER Fat So Thesptans 4 Hilltop per4 Class Play 3 B sketball 1 3 4 otba ll 1 2 Track 2 3 4 Tennis 1 2 M Club 3 4 Gary Miller athletic and dashing Some sweet heart he s always smashing NOEL F. MCINNIS "Foo" National Honor Society 3,49 I-lilltopper3, 4, Band 3, 4, Annual Staff 3, 4, Photography 4, Choir 3, 4, Librarian 4, Boys' Chorus 3, 4. "In all fields he enters, he does excell, Of his versatility, his records tel1." -aiu -an RAYMOND FRANCIS NALLEY a 2 3 4 Treas 4 C oir 3 4 Boys Chorus 1 3 Other people s business I let alone I have trouble enough with just my own 5 G,A, , , ,. , , Pres. G.A. . ,2, , g Slu- at P ,3,4t , ' ,. , . I ans , , , 'g 1 ss I , , , ' I 1f2', ', 2 1r1,2, ' ' ' '- 'I 3, 4. U 9 ' , . 7 y ' ' f . '. y. 1: h ' L ' ' ," 1, 2, 3, 4. .f , 1, i.2' ' F 'H. :lr . I F, , 1 ,2, 3, S ' X ,,g. - a' V V rus , ,3, 4. F0 . .3.4: 1 'j y, s 1 . . I ,nk a . 1 -1 , 1 L . , . , r., A V If ,yn 'A H Vt I ..R y.. 2, 4, sasketbaii and , A , I HIIIIOPDCI 3. 4g FF21, , -J 7 fi' ' " ,. 1, 2, 3, 4. - M jf- ' E 'f iiiff , Fas fi? 1 I ' I .H --1 - . , 1' t ', .Li I i Al if V S t ' 'fl .- 1 I I 3' 1: , . I3 KEITH P NESEMEIER Nese Football 4 Basketball 1 2 4 Track3 4 Tenms 4 Ba 4 Boys Chorusl 2 3 4 M Club 4 l-lllltopper staff 4 Class Play 4 He lrkes both basket ball and football l1kes them all , sa PATRICIA SE AY "Pat" Burbank Jr Htgh 1, Rea gan Htgh 2, Sprmgfteld Htgh 3, G,A,A, 4, H111 topper Staff 4, F.H,A, 4, "Pretty, w1tty, and charmtng IS she, To real success she has the key " ROBERT E O CONNOR Ronnoco Footballl 2 3 4 Bas ketballl 2 3 4 Track 1 2 3 4 Mlxed Cho rus4 Boys Chorus 2 4 Annual staff 3 4 Staff 4 M Q. Class Play Wdlk IS work and fun C IS fun But he always takes the second one DAVID P PLUM Hrlltopper Staff3 Boys Chorusl 2 3 4 Mlxed Chorus 1 2 3 4 Band3 B1g oats from httle acorns grow That s why I eat oat meal you know JOYCE ELAINE PIEPER Prpe Secy Treas 1 G A A 2 3 4 I-lxlltopper Staff 4 Gxrls Chorus 1 2 4 Treble Clef4 A 1 2 3 L1 rtan 3 Annual Staff Typtst 4 Thesptans 4 Class Play 3 Personalltres the thlng today And hers 15 charmtng rn every way SANDRA ROSS Central H xgh School 1 2 3 Treble Clef4 Class G A A 4 Mlxed Chorus 4 Class Play 4 Sandy frtendly a nd smcere From Plato Center came this year AQI, 14 DANNY D NOONKESSER Dan Footballl 2 3 4 Bas ketball 1 2 3 4 Band 1 2 Boys Chorus3 4 Mtxed Chorus 3 4 Stu dent Counc114 M Club 3 4 Class Play 4 At athleucs he IS very good Among the stars he has stood 'Q' 5-IV? 41 1 SUZANNE SHARER "Sus1e" Grrls' Chorus l, 2, 3, 4, Treble Clef 2, 3, 4, G A A 1, 2, 3, 4, Mrxed Chorus2, 3,4, Class Play 3 "She ltkes pleasure and also fun, Really she'll amuse most everyone " 1:2i3. , 'nd:1,2,3, sw 5 , , ,' ,' ,' ,I ' E ' l . I 1 n Q - kr . vi ' U . ALP v ' I ' . 1 i H D: . n if ' : ' 3 , V A Z H . . I : In regard to sports, he A ' , . ,, QV' s ' 2' ' FPH-' T' , , : 'bral 1 -2 P k yiqfjllex L, . I . 1 Dee BETTY ANN SHELTON et Girls Chorus 1 2 3 4 A 3 4 topper Staff4 G A A 1 Pleasant is her nature and ways Happily married she passed her days SYLVIA JEAN ZICKUHR Girls Chorus 1 2 3- G . 4- .- Treas.3- Thespians 2 3 4- Sec.-Treas. 4- Mixed Chorus2 3 4- Treble Cl 2 3 4' Band2 3- Annual Staff 3 4 Co- Editor 4- National Honor Society 3 4- Librarian - F H A ' Talented and versatile in every lane, Especially in writing did she shine." 3 B NORMA IEANNE STANDERFORD Girls Chorus 1 2 G A A 1 2 3 4 Tre le Clef 4 Mixed Chorus H A Treasurer 4 Pepsters 4 Cheerleader 4 Class Play 3 4 Chuck full of fun short and sweet As a cheerleader she IS hard to beat JO ANNE WADDELOW Secy Treas 2 G A A 1 2 3 4 Pepsters 3 4 Annual Staff 3 4 B n 1 F H A 1 2 3 4 Pres 3 Girls Cho rus 1 2 3 Treble Clef 1 2 3 4 Mixed Cho 1 2 Over her palette she Joyfully dreams Her thoughts in beau tifulcolorschemes Ds: JOYCE ELAINE UNGER at Girls Chorus 3 G A A 2 3 4 Hrlltopper St 4 F H A 1 2 3 She can type and take dictation Fitting herself for business vocation NANCY JEAN YOUNT Nanc Girls Chorus 3 G A A 3 4 Mixed Chorus 3 4 AnnualStaffTyp ist 4 Pepsters 4 F H A 1 2 3 4 H11 p perStaff4 Student Council4 Treble Clef Smiling and pleasant Nancy is At typing and short hand she s a whiz BARBARA ANN SPINK Barb G A A 3 4 Hilltopper Staff 3 Thespians 2 3 4 Girls Chorus 3 4 Pepsters 3 4 Cheer leader3 Class Play 3 4 So excellent she is in dramatic art That her very best work 15 but a start .43 JOYCE IRENE ZUMDAHL . 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' if B " 3'-9 'vr , J a 3 QU!" , 4 I 1 ff? 55' Q f 4- , ' 1 -v Norman Garrlson Donald Hundertrnark is I Nancy Lamm Y jean Mrnervlno fa ul 5- Nelson Potter 4 i 0 Mary Lou Seay 4' li' .jan Nancy Glotfelty Sylvra Hagemann ?E'? nf Q sux. if Neal Ionnswn Iustma Kable R34-'K' AJR Ebba Lundrn Carolyn Manrs Jon Martm -na.. ...df 2' Darrell Myers Greely Myers Salley Olsen 8' Barbara Hall Gary Holhngsworth ""'f .ur 4" X sv Darlene Ho Iverson "CZ" Melv1nK1elsme1er Francine Krtzmrller Carol Kroullk Ellzabeth Mayo Glen Orr .. .aa Q' 1 Dorothy Raney Melvtn Rosenbalm Sharon Rothermel Glenn Rowe l 45- er Q' Nancy Snodgrass Mrke Standerford Larry Stlgers Jerry Tlkalsky 22 'wwf 10' Marvln Mrller Ln.. Debora Plum 'at- '-12. Davld Saunders Judy Thomas V233 ' X , f ., -'aff f ,.. -' kk , i ,M f 'Y 1 f' , , .. s 6 an :aw C ., .1 if 3 s -W i . , ,,,- . ' .- 1 v 5' V 354' ' K 32? 77' . 12:4 ' l ill P -r l ' ' Wifi ' Q" ' ' L ,, A We Qs 'E . ' ,, , ji' , ifg, v. 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P . .V , +1 ,, Q,--' . 4 , . ,- , - f ,gf w 2 - " , ':" l 1 S ' K 5 ,h 4 K1 G ut . . - J ' , .. 1 ' 1 QS' gf- 30 'S- x Sylvra Thomas Jerry Wagner Tom Walker Bonnre Ware Dalsy Wrllxs Sara Yoder R1chard Zrckuhr Kenneth Zmke Dwayne Zlpse JUNE OFFICERS Mr Walder Advlser Rawes Vrce presldent Wallace Presldent Olsen Sec retary Klelsmerer Treasurer Mr Henry Ad v1ser SOPHOMORE OFFICERS. Bearman, Sec Treas , FRESHMAN OFFICERS Yoder, Sec Treas Mr Mr Burstrom, Advlsor, Trout, Presxdent, Hanke, Mayes, Advlser, Balluff, Vlce presldent, Roth Vrce presldent ermel, Presldent 23 TY NE QQ fl Aft l 'vltx 4. X V 1091, 1,g.F I lk mf 'ffl K N-1 Wm dv fx If 5 fff fw g ,,7014Q'Z ZZ, L bc! 6? fx U, bak? Aj' 0 QAV kflffw INN f 'LUV pp M f 'es-if M PM GNL, W fbfyx C77 Q0 V WK W W ' fi qv Z K Sl 9 GL ,Z 1 SV! Rfk I fx, XM, ,fjjwajg f sf gWw Idqlkfyd wi Nggfl ,MR .M"""""' ,pf Hoffman N Corbett p,utenl10U5e R Marun Meams Youm Nooflkesset kessex' D a B Noon seaie Mr Kmsley Messe! B artow Student Council The Student Counc11 1s at the head of all school commlttees, among them the Lost and Found, Recreat1on Room Tournaments, and the Bulle t1n Board They dec1de what organ1zat1ons w1ll sell at games and wh1ch w1ll have school dances The Student Councll also chooses the assembly programs and plans the school p1cn1c 1n May. New act1v1t1es th1s year were start1ng an a1umn1 assoc1at1on w1th the banquet dur1ng Chr1stmas vacat1on, sponsor1ng "Courtesy Week," and send1ng reglonal tournament programs to servlce men. Other aCt1V1t1CS 1ncluded makmg plans for Homecommg and plann1ng Sen1or Day. The Student Councxl agaln sent the pres1dent and the v1ce pres1dent for next year to the State Convent1on 1n Ch1cago. , 2 3 , ily M Q ' . g V 5 lxirv 4,1 H I , M ' , -f- Y. l ty,y1n , ,pw-v I I , n Q , ' , I I ' I ' ' . I I o 26 I 4 i , I 7 . --. f M Allen Hows Ballard R Mamn M clnms Zlckuhr Florea Ave Y M' Hosrerler National Honor Society The object of the Nat1onal Honor Socxety 15 to promote scholarsh1p leadershrp serv1ce and character Members ofthe Mount Morr1s Chapter must stand 1n the f1rst fourth t one ear 1n Mount Morr1s Hlgh School of the1r class and must have spen y The are elected from not more than 15 per cent of the sen1or class by Y the faculty on the bas1s of the four ObJeCf1VCS f books and an educatlonal Th1s year the soc1ety used 1ts money or new tr1p The soc1ety manages and rnamtams the school hbrary Meetmgs New members 1nducted 1n t e p g Lamm Jean Davls Gayle Olsen Carol Rlttenhouse John Ross Tom Moore and Jerry Wallace NATNNAL HONOR SOCIETY Offlcers w z Sharon Ballard 5 l - 1-1 Presldent - Q Vlce Presldent Noel Mclnms Evel n Allen f X I m ' 9 Secretary Treasurer y Advxser Mr Hostetler rw ,ff if 1 f fry., I it C I . . . . . , I Y ' were held once a month, ' ' h s rin were: Pat Claussen, Donna D . ! I ' I I , . I . S 27 low Knodle Corbett Thud Row Swan Plum Mclnnrs Rawes OConnor Ballard Co Edrtors Jr ASSISISHI Busrness Manager Jr ASSISIHHI Llterary Edttor Jr Assrstant Art Edrtor Jr Assrstant Photo Edttor Assrstants Annual Staff Staff Mary Ellen Florea Sylvla Ztckuhr Carol Rlttenhouse Jrm Watt Jerry Wallace Sharon Ballard Mary Ellen Knodle JoAnne Waddelow Joel Plum Vrrglnra Mearns Noel Mclnms Jr Asslstant Sports Edltor Jr ASSISIHHI Cxrculatron Manager Jr Assrstant Typxsts Advrser Joyce Swan Evelyn Allen Carol Corbett Carol O Connor Robert Rawes Geraldtne I-Ianke Dorothy Krelsmerer Jams Avey Joyce Pteper Nancy Yount Mr Henry , r i l i M S i W ? 3 an , ' f 7 l . A - - - 1 T 2 , ' W ta ,H 5 gf, 3 E L i V g f " , -3 Y 1, , , ' K Q I 4 S ., f . 0 A, rv- ,nr 5 4 - v-l ' 1 if K L x :a i 1 f' Y l 1 Seated: Mr. Henry, Zickuhr, Florea, Rittenhouse, Watt, Wallace. Second Row: Mearns, Allen, Hanke, Wadde Hlllfopper Staff The H1lltopper 1S the school paper The staff mcreased the number of schools wlth whom they exchange papers from 12 to Z0 th1S year The paper showed marked 1mprovement and some 1nterest1ng new features were mtroduced Edltor 1st Semester 2nd Semester Assoclate Edrtor lst Semester 2nd Semester Feature Edltors 2nd Semester Act1v1t1es Alumm rt Books and Musrc Exchange Staff Vxlm ars Bemrkrs V1rg1n1a Mearns Vugrma Mearns Vrlm ars Be1n1k1s Geraldme Hanke Thats Johnson Joyce Pxeper Helen Dlehl Shirley Krtzmrller Douglas Avey Noel Mclnnls Gary Mlller Helen Drehl Marvln Buhs Raymond Nalley Nell Johnson G A A Gossrp Humor Inqulrmg Reporter SDCCISI Events Sports Publrshers Adv1sers Gall McDowell Joyce Unger Dons Baker Dolores Egan Gerald Cassxdy Noel Mclnms Joan McNett Joyce Zumdahl Nancy Yount Geraldme Hanke Pat Seay Betty Shelton Bob O Connor Ketth Nesemeler Gary Mrller Typmg Il Class Miss Hutton Mr Ross Seated Mlss Hutton Avey Mearns Be1n1k1s McNett Mr Ross Second Row Johason Unger Shelton Buhs P SeayJ Zumdahl Yount D Egan Thrrd Row OConnor Hanke G Mlller G McDowell S Kltzmrller Drehl Fourth Row Nesemeier Preper C8SS1dy Mclnnrs Johnson Nalley Baker '05, yo-v-"'l 0 I f A ........... .... . . ......... . ' F. F. A. .............. ' ' ...... . .,... . ' - , 1 n A , ' 'f - . . I - 1 1 . t ' 5 3 V . S 1 , 2 ' J 2 2 J , E , in as t 5 ' 1 J 5 Q J at . i S 2 z i 5 - - J 5 E z A ., 1 4 L 3 'il f I , .v xr. ff" 'ri , K -:X :mf ' I '!?'33'7'3 fr V ' mmf? A ' X. a ' , t 1 29 7' X005 U55 I ms W0 6 ble Ons G MBV Cot et a a k n F 51 Row Tggsemgxet Y Gu anus Alain M155 Rasmusse Lafsvngddexow Baillie 153 Dwkson C Pepsters Prev1ous to the 1953 54 school year, all Pep sters helda spec1al meetmg to 1mprove the con st1tut1on ofthe organ1zat1on The method of taklng 1n new members was 1mproved all cheerleaders Durmg the football and basket ball seasons, the club put on sk1ts They sold penc1ls and balloons at games and also had con cessxons The c11max of a successful year was the Pepster Ath1et1c banquet held Apr1l 2 Officers Presldem Vlfglflla Mearlls V1ce Pr-es1dent Carol Rxttenhouse Secretary Treasurer Valene Kable Advrser M155 Rasmussen 30 ' H I rv". . ' In-" b . xv--' . '. ,K .' . , ' - ir ' ' a f , D- ' U 1 , ' N . . , This year there were 28 members, including First RO Sarrerfinf G.M111e, B Mar- ed- Mclvet ' eaFII1an,M rm, Cory, D, t' Watt. Raw esse'fMe1-win Noonkesser Og. H. Hanke ECCIIIOIC1 New ' Oflnor Mr ' - Wald ' meiel- ' -Worley er' Third Ro' Secondp WI Mr Bu ow: . rsrrom Walrson D . lace R M Club To qualxfy for membersh1p m the M Club a prospect1ve mem ber must have earned a varslty letter by play1ng half of the quar ters 1n football and basketball, averagmg three po1nts a meet 1n or bemg on the golf team for two years M Club members who were on the football team consm Oh1o State football game dthe annual Chr1st ledto Ma Club an f Cla1re B111 Noon h Nese- trave Th1s year the M mas dance wmth the orchestra o The new members for th1s year were Lundholm, Bob Rawes Larry Bearman Stan Messer, Ke1t me1er Don Satterf1eld and B111 Allenfort Officers Presldent Roger Martm Vlce Presldent Mxke McNett Secretary Treasurer Darrell Cory track, ' . In October the dison to see the Wis ' - ' . ' d Pepsters sponsore ' - ' ' Church. ' : ' kesser, Bill 31 gt i A is 3 l 5 o Ftrst Row Hanke Florea G Olsen Wolfe Knodle Nesemerer Yoder McNett Second Row Rrttenhouse Fxsher Shook J Sprnk Balluff B Sprnk J Moore Mearns Th1rd Row G M111er A len Krnsley Swan Gude lrus Gruhn N Johnston Fourth Row Wallace Pteper Ballard Hovxs Zrckuhr Mr Ross Thesplans Thesp1ans 1S the school dramattc club Membersh1p 1S attamed by trymg out w1th a dramat1c readmg before the members Thesp1ans have been more actrve th1s year than rn the past They gave two one act plays for the pubhc and three performances for the student body The group attended "Me and Jul1et" 1n the sprmg Barbara Sp1nk placed thlrd 1n the d1str1ct speech con test wrth a dramat1c readmg Offucers Presrdent Mary Ellen Florea Vlce Prestdent Geraldme Hanke Secretary Treas Sylvra Z.1ckuhr Program Chatrman Joyce Sptnk Adviser Mr Ross Calendar Of Events In1t1at1on Banquet October 13 Courtesy Play November 13 Chrrstmas Play December 13 and 15 One Act Plays for the Pubhc February 16 Mother s Day Play May 4 and 7 Attended Me and Julxet May 8 32 1 Q , f J ' ' f in qt-NES PIANS l I- Frrst Row Otrs J Kable McNett C Corbett Nesemerer V Kable Coddrngton Horner D Krelsmerer D Lamm HalL Second Row P Seay, Avey N Blake, OConnor Shook J Sprnk C Dlehl N Standerford Glotfelty Knodle Mrller B Blake J McDowell Thrrd Row Nalley Ross Yount Keplrnger Frsher Sandra Sharer J Zumdahl Wrllrs Raney G Olsen Wolfe Rrttenhouse Conrad Fourth Row Grlllland Southard ShrrleyK1tzm1ller J Kmsley Messer Snodgrass Drckson Garrrson Claussen Grlhooly Davrs Rurer Ander son Mrss Rasmussen GAA The G A A has been very actrve thls year Some of the d1fferent events were F H A G A A Banquet, roller skat1ng partles h1kCS , a play day square dance and of course many other sports Offlcers Presrdent Joyce Swan Vtce Presrdent Mary Ann Mrller Secretary Treasurer Carol Rrttenhouse Recorder Adrce Trkalsky Frrst Row Emmett Bechtold, J Thomas Beck Yoder N Corbett Alter S Olsen Drummond Mrnervrno, Lundtn M Seay Second Row Unger Burke Hagemann Mayo Davres M Dollrnger Duncan S Thomas Standerford D Egan Baker Flemrng Gudelrus Johnson B Spmk Floto Fourth Row 1-Ianke Preper Allen, Stouffer Swan F Krtzmrller, Ballard Hovrs G McDowell Ztckuhr Rothermel N Lamm I-lolverson Buck 33 rr ' r O O O : . . . - . . . ' ' , ' , a Fritz, Dollinger, Wagaman., Manis: Third' Row: E. Egan, Tikalsky, Flurn, Mearns,'Waddelo:1v,.Florea, J: I ' D I I I 1 ' U ' : I I It :Q - -' . I I ra 2 T A 3 1 V., f ' ' N X2 A G A '- vi 'lt . I i I gr, f eoooonof-we AWN Frrst Row Shook Avey Johnson Otrs Shelton Ktelsmerer M Duncan Hall Bechtold M1ssS1m1ch Second Row Horst Nalley Southard J Krelsmerer Trkalsky Yount Sheely Keplmger C Drehl N Standerford Wad delow Thrrd Row Lantz Raney C Corbett J McDowell P Seay I Standerford J Zumdahl Drummond Flemmg Allen Wolfe B Duncan Mayo Hagemann Burke Fourth Row M Dollrnger Frrtz C Dollrnger Da vrs F Krtzmrller Rothermel Claussen Garrrson Buhs,W Zumdahl R. Drehl Ruter Anderson Shrrley Krtz mrller Shelby Kltzmlller FHA The chapter sponsored many act1v1t1es Among them were a party w1th the Forreston and Oregon chapters , a box socxal and square dance a Chr1stmas tea and a h1ke and p1cn1c at the Buhs farm The club brought 1n outsxde speakers ,sponsored Heart S1ster Week, and, w1th the G.A.A., put on the Mother and Daughter Banquet. During Nat1ona1 F.H.A. week the group attended church together and held a tea. Officers Presrdent ...... . . JOYCC Zllmdahl Vxce Prestdent . . . ..... Jean Davrs Secretary ..... ...... . Jams Avey Treasurer ...... . . . Norma Standerford Parlramentarran . . ..... Pat Claussen 34 2 f ' I g 1 l E S hi , l 2 L f 4 f of t X , M. t A iq .tl -E A I 'Vw A 4 .L Ag V, Qu Mrttf! Q Ae ' " S ' L , f .' ,. H U N. vs i V A O 4 ,, to tv! X Q sw Y 'K H l J? . , S f . 1 : , ' 8 .il I , . . . i 3 , . ' . . . . ' 1 1 v - 0 1 9 1 1 - 1 ' n ' '. ' : , , . , . , . , . I , .. , I , l ,I I , . , , 1 , . : .U , , . U ,I - lv - I ' I . 1 9 o ' 0 1 0 n ' C I U A . 1 , , . ,q,,.-- '.'4 dmmlml Mr Forgey, D Satterfreld Zrpse D Myers N Johnson J Satterfreld D Johnson Fulton Bernlkrs Frankhn Hunclertmark McNett Buhs Nalley F F A The Future Farmers of Amer1ca 1S a nat1ona1 organ1zat1on of farm boys that devotes 1ts resources toward deve1op1ng 1eadersh1p and en courag1ng w1se agr1cultura1 practmces As usual the chapter has walked off w1th many honors at contests th1s year, among them be1ng a. f1rst place 1n the sect1ona1 Parhamentary Procedure Contest The chapter 1S under the fo11ow1ng 1eadersh1p Presrdent Vrce Presrdenr Secretary Reporter Senunel Advrser 35 Marvin Buhs Vrlmars BCll'llklS Jerry Satterfleld Don Johnson Nell Johnson Mr Forgey ,-., Jia? oF 'N fl'-'JFA' 11 L19 ' ' ' I I l ' I ' I ' I I ' D I . . . l ' I I I I ' 0 O I Treasurer . . . . . . . Raymond Nalley ... . .... 'i-gy, -'rf . . ...JL ' . . . . . . www Q ' ff 'S ,Q 9 ::T'f'7f45'3 . 3 ttf: J B Flrst Row Frttz McNett D Lamm Yount Sandra Sharer Florea Ross Nesemexer Avey Second Row D Kxelsmeter J Standerford Waddelow Knodle G Olsen Wolfe Ktnsley Allen Rlttenhouse Meams Ous Thud Row Mxller V Kable Ballard Sue Sharer Sh1rleyK1tzm1ller Gxlhooly Swan Garnson Gudehus Zlckuhr Davls Messer N Standerford Fourth Row Nalley H Hanke Henderson D Noonkesser Mclnms Watt R Marttn Gruhn Cory D Plum Johnston Mlke Balluff Mr Johnson Mixed Chorus M1xed Chorus 1S composed of g1rls and boys from Treble Clef and Boys' Chorus Each one's vo1ce 1S tested by the d1rector to determ1ne entrance Cho1r meets the f1rst per1od on Tuesdays and Thursdays Th1S year the group part1c1pated 1n the Blackhawk Mus1c Fest1val held 1n Mt Morr1s,P T A Chr1stmas Mus1cal Program baccalaureate, and a Jo1nt concert w1th the band 1n the early summer 36 . . . . . 0 I I ' I I I I I I ' I I ' I I I I I I I I I l ' I ' I I I I I I I . . . I I : ' U - I ' I I ' I I ' I I I 0 I I I I ' ' I u Q a 1 s Q I y a ,X Band There were f1fty members enrolled 1n band th1s year The orgam zat1on played at the half of home football games and at the halves and between basketball games Other aCt1V1t1eS 1ncluded lead1ng the home com1ng parade performmg at the PTA Chrlstmas Mus1cal Program play1ng at the Boy Scout C1rcus and opemng the summer concert sea son at the bandshell w1th two concerts Thls year new band unlforms were purchased w1th money from the band fund and help from the PTA From Row D Lamm G Olsen Gruhn Gllhland Beck Kmsley S Thomas Second Row Johnston Rothermel Long Drummond Anderson Nesemerer Wean N Lamm DuMont C Corbett Ballard Flemmg Porder Thrrd Row Drckson Bechtold J Moore R. Marun S Olsen Holverson Graf DeKon1ng Taylor B Satterfreld Walk er Plum Mclnnrs N Corbett Yoder Buser Isenhart Zrpse Bunker Fourth Row Ross Colvrn J Marun D Johnson Smlth Mr Johnson Nesemerer Merwrn 3 5 K an S ll S I I I , - : ' I ' I .I . I I I 4 I ' ' : l I I I I I I I , I ' I I ' .I I I F ' : I A I ' I Y ' I I ' I Y I ' 4 I - I I . I ' I I I I I ' : I I 5 I ' 7 I ' I 1 ' wr" 'Z . '- .f ,. - . . --fa-,gh ' "' T Y ex Ons XNoX e G OXsen Nesevnexex Rmenhouse Kephnget ust Row eu D xe smexet Second ow Lamm Ross Mearns Hosea O o ot A ey adde1o-N tandexioxd Kn Xe 1 ex V Kama hud Row e nxs San ra S mer X man exioxd Frm. NX Dohxngex S I9 dam D Egan S e Sbaxes N Cosbeu B Duncan Yoon: Spxnk Founh Row Shxney Kuzmmex 1ns1ey Davxs Ahen Swan Bawnd Dxckson Gauxson Zxc xx Gnho Messe.: the r Shook Mx Sobnson Treble Worrihls ?:3fh0ir. made up of Ing 1' mo a sel Morgiaysosnguxlidariigtfalthe mme ect group of Slcal e gr0up rlda-YS ds' Meetl has been Prograrn at the are he?-gent at Sradu5tTA Chrilstlxrlod on 011. as ' T 811-lsrgrge Clef ls Mu- 32 ' 4 n A LR 5 x V- H s ' n o X X 'YN 4 '1 ' ' ' F' : MCN , . K' X ' , od , ' , 5 , . , ' , ' , ' . R aD. , , , , 'Cnn , v ,W ,N.S , od , NYX1 , , .T' :GudY , 6 X1 ,.S G , ' , . ' ,.Zu ' I ' l u f ' O ' I fx' ' ' 1 ' ' , I K' 1 . ! 5 l 1 , U l I I k mi . I . ve I Y 38 First Row . gan, Nalley, Tikalsky OConnor Standerford Rosenbalrn J Moore Balluff Mclnnrs Second Row: Zickuhr Kielslnezer Zz se T oore Myers M M1I1er esemezer D Blake Third Row ruhn D o nson S1'n1t Wan Lu s Fourth Row an e Henderson D Noonkesser artzn Cory Merwzn D Pl m Johnston Mr Johnson B Ys Chorus Q A ed at the P T rfffrm YS' Cholrlgiiggram B0 Ca- The M1151 tmas chrls 39 1 I Fust Row Emmert J Thomas M Seay J Kable Flemmg Plum S Thomas, E. Egan Wagaman W1ll1s Sec ond Row Bechtold Manrs Lundrn Alter B Blake J McDowell Shelton D Lamm C Diehl Homer Johnson. Thud Row Horst Nalley Floto M Duncan Glotfelty N Blake Fisher, Drummond, Raney Baker Grlhland Coddmgton B Spmk Fourth Row J Klelsmexer Southard 1-lolverson N Lamm Rothermel Mayo Davles Ruter,Hov1s F Krtzmlller Stouffer S Olsen Conrad Hanke Mr Johnson. Girls Chorus G1r1s' Chorus 1S open to any g1r1 1n school who 11kes to s1ng The group meets dunng the mnth per1od on Tuesdays Those g1r1s who are 1n Treble Clef are not requ1red to attend re hearsal sess1ons The orgamzatron part1c1pated 1n the P T A Chnstmas MuS1Ca1 Program 40 -. .. - I I' I' I' I I sl I I ' . . . U 1 I I I' I' I I' I' I I ' .. ' I I I' I I' I I I I . 7' ' 0' I ! I' I D I I I' I rl I I I ' v I . . - . . s u . a . . .. - :nu o iff" ' mugs of -"Wax" 49Hhhaea....x. The Curious Savage The Semor Class presented The Cur1ous Savage" on Aprll 23 The play concerns a nnddle aged woman put 1n a pr1vate mental 1nst1tut1on by her chxldren to prevent her from g1v1ng all her money away to people w1th some unfulf1lled dream She outw1ts the ch1ldren however, by h1d1ng all the money and leaves the audlence wonder1ng who really 1S sane Cost Mrs Savage Norma Standerford Fauy May Barbara Spmk Tuus John Moore Florence Sandra Ross Samuel Kelth Nesemexer Mrs Paddy Jams Avey Lrly Belle Gerry Hanke Jeffrey Dan Noonkesser Dr Emmett Edward Gruhn Hanmbal Roger Mamn Mxss Wlllre Gmny Mearns i J '57 512, ' -,, Q - gf- ' f ,,, -M I 1 1 - , l ,er wie- , a, -K,- bv. W 1 N ,Z- . - , M' ' - . A M" -gn V 41 Cost :EVA x W-Sian Cheaper By The Dozen The play based on the best seller of the same name deals w1th the problems of Mother and Father G1lbreth and the1r twelve ch11dren The mne chrldren who appear rn the play Axme Ernestme Frank Martha L1ll1an B111 Dan Fred and Ja,ck1e res1st Father's efforts to teach them everythmg worth know1ng and are determ1ned to share 1n the re creat1on and teenage l1fe known to other ch1ldren 1n therr school Other characters are Dr Burton the fam1ly phys1c1an Anne's boyfrrend Larry Mrs F1tzgerald the harassed housekeeper Joe Scales a h1gh school cheerleader and M1ss Brrll the school psycholog1st Father Mother A nne Ernestrne Frank Martha Lrlllan B1 Harold Hanke Pat Claussen Judy Garrrson Carol Rrttenhouse Robert Bartow Gayle Olsen Mary Lynn Buck Mlke McNett Dan Fred Jackre Dr Burton Larry Mrs Frtzgerald Joe Scales Mrss Bnll Don Satrerfreld John Ross Tom Moore Joel Plum Don Henderson Nancee Anderson Jerry Wallace Mary Ellen Knodle 'X Dlck Roger Ke rrh Q' xml' wg . f 'ar' if I J 1, 906109 3111 9 ,,, :Adi .rw W4 wwf Q-'fm yd' H ur Q. .E wf""" m""7"Ql 4-vs Aiiwxligwy Darrell Q ...vb- -219' wb'-N 'king Danny Bo lm 44 ri A1 , ,W .. 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' f ..f?'4,, ' L W' H: :V ?.,:T-A -hi V . 4 ,. .... g 53 Y -M Fi' A N, 5 F " ,. , A Z 1 , , f Se 35 as Ei Kneelrng D Noonkesser D Satterfxeld Allenfort Bechtold Wean Nesemerer Hoffman Unger Raney H Hanke Second Row Mr Worley Rawes McNett OConnor Watt Henderson Bearman Teague Mongan Mr Burstrom Thrrd Row Taylor Merwrn Cory Wallace Martm Messe: Ross Varsity Football The Mounders had a med1ocre 3 3 1 record but th1S does not tell the full story At t1mes the Mound ers looked l1ke champ1ons but d1d not ma1nta1n the pace The H1lltoppers started slowly as they were defeated by South Belolt andRockton In the f1rst conference t1lt and the all 1mportant Home comlng the Mounders Jumped to a 19 0 lead But 1n the fourth per1od Mt Carroll t1ed the score The Mounders threatened thereafter but were unable to push across the str1pe. The Mounders then trampled the West J.V.'s 21 O. Next on the slate came hrghly regarded Oregon, and our chlef r1val. The Mounders played br1ll1ant defense as they shut out the Hawks 14 0. The Mounders let down the fo11ow1ng week as Polo stormed to a 12 0 w1n The Mound ers fumbled seven t1mes and the Marcos recovered f1ve of them The follow1ng week the Mounders tram pled Lanark 32 14 The H1lltoppers led 32 0 early 1n the th1rd per1od Dan Noonkesser was voted most valuable player and Darrell Cory and Roger Mart1n were voted honor ary Captams Morr1s Morr1s MOITIS . Morr1s . .W.Rockford J.V.0 . Morr1s . .Oregon t9'Mt. Morr1s . .Polo 9-' . Morr1s . .Lanark fFConference games South Belo1t Rockton Mt Carroll '4fMt I I3 Q N.. ' St. y Hof V - s M X xg 1 I , l ' 1 5 at A Q 1 1 1 ' . Mt. ' . 0. . ' 7 Mt. ' 7. . 2.6 . ' 19. . . 19 ' Mt ' Z1 - 'Mt ' 14 0 ' ' 0 12 "D ' -Mt ' 32 14 45 1' . VV Z' , f 5 I I . is ig, A 1, M .- A A F' Af' mi l -f 2 N- ' . .7541 W 2, 5, ff ?V "A55,, - W if ,Y Q, H Ai- ,ii r, Q ,V x. ' 'Y , ' ww ,Q iQ W Z 1 -, ew ,, , fm-xx!! -Q--7-., :zz f' -os. 'Aa , '52 3-ii. wqllafpffv ,Ay-3? wg if W5 R-nh' S' 9' 1? '7 5 f 4-., :Q-fm' "rf" "fl fi'4ff"Ci www ,vt .avr i . 5 A m A -A Kneeling Hoffman Bearman Allenfort Bechtold Messer Raney Wean Unger Mongan. Second Row Krels merer Coddlngton Dohlen Balluff Trkalsky Logan Ronald Duffy Whetsel J Wagner Thrrd Row Taylor Hrghbarger Egan Potter G Blake Saunders Mr Walder Freshman Sophomore Football The Frosh Soph had agood year endrng the season undefeated w1th a5 0 lrecord The onlyth1ng mar r1ng an otherw1se perfect record was a t1e wrth Newman of Sterl1ng 1n the frrst game of the year Only two teams Polo and Mt Carroll were able to score aga1nst the Moundets and 1n do1ng so they managed to score a total of only 13 po1nts be tween them The Moundets started the season and many games as the under dog but through sheer determ1nat1on and hard p1ay1ng they managed to out score all but one of therr opponents The Moundets had Z5 boys out for football many of them gettrng 1n cons1derable playlng t1me Letters were g1vento 13 boys thrs year The followrng rece1ved Frosh Soph wards B111 Allenfort Gerald Blake Gene Hoffman Melv1n K1elsme1r Fred Logan .hm Mongan Don Ran ey Dave Saunders Roger Unger Chuck Wean Three of the boys br1ll1ant playrng on the Vars1ty these boys be1ng Stan Messer Dave Bech told and Larry Bearman Many of the Sophs on thzs year's squad are expected to strengthen the Vars1ty next year Newman of Sterl1ng Mt Carroll Oregon Polo Lanark Amboy Morr1s Morr1s Morr1s Morr1s Morr1s Morr1s - , . . - a- , . n , were awardedmajor letters for their , ' ' o f Mt. ' 0 ' - 6 . Mt. ' 7 ' . 0 Mt. ' Z0 7 Mt. ' 12 , ' ' 0 Mt. ' 7 ' ' ' . 0 Mt. ' Z0 47 J fE'3R ,.4 Darrell Vilmars Danny Buckshot Dlck B1 Lm 48 X ' '11 .YQ LWYI4-ffhm S Kneelrng Smrth Henderson Nesemerer Lundholm Rawes Drck Duffy I Moore Standrng Mr Mayes D Noonkesser Merwrn Bermkrs Cory Wallace H Hanke Taylor Mr Worley Varsity Basketball Wrth Dan Noonkesser and Drck Merwrn the only two returmng lettermen, Mt Morrrs managed to fashron a cred1table season of 16 wms and 7 losses The Mounders got offtoa good start wrth frve strarght wrns but ran rnto trouble after that Mt Morr1spart1c1pated1n the Fulton tournament over the Chr1stmas va cat1onbut lost to Or1onby4po1nts A one pomt w1n over Mt Carroll clmched another Conference t1tle for the Mounders In the Regronal tourney, held rn Mt Morr1s, the team defeated Polo, then lost to Forreston for the f1rst t1me srnce 1947 Jun1orVars1tybasketball was 1nst1tuted for the f1rst trme th1s year Un der the d1rect1on of Coach Mayes, the reserves of the vars1ty squad played ten games among Rochelle Oregon, Polo, and Forreston, w1nn1ng e1ght The purpose was to g1ve experrence to the reserves and to allow more boys to play thus a1d1ng the development of the teams Dan Noonkesser was voted Honorary Captarn of the Vars1ty w1th D1ck Mer w1n recervmg the Most Valuable Player award B111 Lundholm was presented wrth the Krwams Free Throw Trophy Morrls Moms Morrls Moms Moms Morrrs Morrrs Morrrs Moms Morrrs Morrls Forreston Rock Falls Mrlledgevrlle Rochelle Oregon Lanark A mboy Orron Leaf River Polo Mt Carroll Morris Morrls Morrrs Moms Morrrs Morrrs Morrrs Morrls Morrrs Morrrs 5 6 8 6 Newman of Srerlrng Oregon A mboy -Polo Rochelle Mt Carroll Geneseo Mrlledgevrlle Po o Forreston I , 0 Q I Mr. ' '73 ----- 50 Mt. ' 68 -"-' ' '7'7 Mt. ' '79 -"'- 57 Mt. ' 60 -"' ' Mt. ' 61 -"-' ' ' 52 Mt. ' 61 '--- - Mt. Morris 66 ----- Mooseheart 50 Mt. Morris '76 ----- Lanark Mr. ' 61 ----- 69 Mr. ' 66 ---- - Mt. ' 60 ""' 52 Mt. ' 4 -'--' Mt. ' 60 ----' 40 Mt. ' 1 ""' . Mt. ' so ----- 63 Mr. ' so ----- Mt. ' 62 ----- ' 66 Mt. ' 74 ----- ' ' Mt. ' 6'7 ---" 49 Mt, ' 1 ----- I Mr. ' '14 ----- 63 Mt. ' 8 ----- Mt. ' 58 ---" . 56 49 44 "5 Q x, MQ Jim favv E I EU Basketball Snaps 4,04 228 U I fl , A Kneelmg G Myers Trout Ron Duffy Egan Hrghbarger Messer Hoffman B Hanke I Martm. Standrng Wean Rowe Standerford Krelsmerer Saunders Ztckuhr D Bartow Bechtold Balluff Orr Bearman Mr Walder Freshman - Sophomore Basketball Thts year's Freshman Sophomore squad f1n1shed the season Wlth a re cord of 15 w1ns and 5 losses At the start of the season there were only two return1ng letter w1nners but all through the season, game by game, the squad 1mproved greatly unt1l they reached the1r peak at the end of the season The nucleus of th1s year's squad was composed of Stan Messer, Drck H1ghbarger, Bobby Hanke, and Gene Hoffman, w1th Dlck Z1ckuhr, Dave Bech told Murray Trout, and Dave Bartow b1dd1ng strongly for the frfth spot The Moundets f1n1shed the Conference w1th a record of 7 w1ns and l loss, the only loss 1nconference play bemg to Oregon on our floor In the long run the Moundets outscored the1r opponents by 8 po1nts The1r htghest po1nt pro duclng n1ght was aga1nst M1lledgev1lle rn the f1nal game of the year when they scored '79 po1nts Those boys who have seen enough act1on to earn a mtnor letter are Stan Messer, Murray Trout, D1ck H1ghbarger, Gene Hoffman, Bobby Hanke,and Dave Bechtold, all sophomores, and Dave Bartow and D1ck Zlchuhr freshmen Morrrs Moms Morris Morrts Morrrs Moms Morrls Morrrs Nlorrls Morrls 6 6 44 2 5 5 4 0 5 Forreston Rock Falls Mrlledgevtlle Oregon Rochelle Lanark Amboy Leaf Rlver Polo Nlt Carroll 1 U 8 0 Morrls Moms Moms Morrls Morrrs Morrrs Morrls Morrrs 4 7 5 6 6 '7 Newman of Sterlmg Oregon Amboy Polo Rochelle Mt Carroll Geneseo Mllledgevxlle 'Conference games 8 8 l , . Q O Mt. ' 4 ---- 65 Mt. ' 0 ---- ' 50 Mt. ' 0 '--' 53 Mt. ' 49 ---- 34 Mt. ' 49 ---- ' ' 36 Mt. ' 1 ---- 54 Mt. Morris 49 ---- Mooseheart 43 Mt. Morris 67 ---- Lanark 49' Mt. ' ---- 48 Mt. ' 1 ---- 37 Mt. ' 9 --'- 41 Mt. ' 36 -'-- 44 Mt. ' 1 ---- 47 Mt. ' 0 ---- . 35 Mt. ' 5 ---- 44 Mt. ' 4 ---- 54 Mr. ' 1 ---- ' 31 Mt. T ' 9 ---- ' A 59 Mt. 1 ' '5 ---- 36 Mt. ' 2 ---- r . 43 SI Kneelrng J Wagner Logan Rosenbalm Taylor Wean M Mlller Allenfort Second Row Buhs Drck Duffy Saunders Henderson Bechtold Krelsmerer McNett Thrrd Row R. Martrn Watt D Bartow Bernrkrs Hrgh barger Messer G Mtller OConnor Coach Worley Track The track squad had a poor record as far as wrnmng the meets but had some top 1nd1v1dual performers The Mounders usually pulled 1n a good share of the frrst places but lacked the depth that 15 needed to be a threat The Mounders won two and lost four meets The team f1n1shed th1rd 1n the conference behlnd Oregon and Mt Carroll The squad suffered a ser1ous blow when Roger Martrn, ace quarter mtler and h1gh hurdler, was sp1ked 1n the heel at the Rockford D1str1ct At the tlme Rog was sprked he was runnmg secondand maklng a strong b1d for the lead Thls rnjury knocked htm out of compettng 1n the conference meet The leadmg pomt makers were Bob O'Connor, Jrrn Watt, Don Henderson, Mlke McNett, B1ll Allenfort, and Dave Bechtold Those boys w1nn1ng m1nor letters were D1ck Hrghbarger, Fred Logan Stan Bartow, Mel K1e1sme1er, and Dave Saunders Drxon Mt Morrrs Polo Rochelle Mt Morrrs Mt Morrrs Oregon Summary Of Meets Oregon Mt Carroll Mt. Morrrs Polo .... Lanark . . . Mt Morrrs Drxon Oregon Mt Morrrs Mt Moms Forreston Polo Conference 52 Messer, Jrrn Mongan, Dave X2 X2 ,yt V 1 i W i W 1 ll ttrt b 4 X Y Q 1' x I N ' ..... ... ......106 . ' .... .. . ...33 . . .. ...23 ' . ...74 . .. .. 18 ..45 . .. . . ..94 . . . ...27 . . . .. 23 . ...6l . ...60 ...56 .. . ....80 . . ..47 .. 781 . .... . . ...46 '. .. 34 , 311 . . . 5 Kneelmg Watt Zrckuhr Standmg Trout Zmke Dollmger Smtth Garrtson Rowe Gof The 1954 golf team comp11ed one of the f1nest records rn school h1story 1nw1nn1ng e1ght and los1ng but three matches What makes th1s record even br1ghter 1S that the squad was made up mostly of underclassmen J1m Watt who was the only returnlng letterman th1s year, 1S the only one to graduate Coach Dave Henry IS very happy w1th the future outlook and w1th good reason D1ckZ1ckuhr afreshman t1edforth1rd at the Rockford d1str1ct and 1na playoff won the fourth place medal In do1ng so, D1ck beat the defend1ng D1str1ct champ The team of Z1ckuhr Watt, Sm1th and Rowe had a total of 362 for a srxth place tn the Dlstrrct Other team members tnclude Murray Trout, Ken Zlnke, Greely Myers, Norman Garr1son and Ralph Doll1nger Major Letterw1nners were J1m Watt D1ck Z1ckuhr and J1m Sm1th M1n or Letterw1nners were Glen Rowe Murray Trout, and Ken Zmke Moms Morrls Morrxs Moms Morrts Morris Morrts Moms Moms Moms Morrts 8 112 8 112 14 112 2 112 Matches sa Rock Falls Rock Falls Oregon Rochelle Dtxon and Sterltng Sterltng Rochelle Newman Freeport Oregon Newman 1 112 6 112 27 112 5 112 tg.. fy . . . . , I . . , , . . . . l . . I . , . I Q I 0 . , . 0 3 9 - ' , . Mt. ' 10... .... 2 Mt. ' 9 .... ..... . .. 3 Mt. ' 4... 8 Mt. '10.... 2 Mt. ' .. ' ' 8 Mt. ' . .. ' Mt. ' ...... .. Mt. ' .. 0 Mt. ' 112 .... .. . .. Mt. ' Mt. '12 .... .. 0 ' 2 ,A B B Lf- .l n L Kneelmg Dohlen Buser Orr I Martm Hollmgsworth Isenhart T Moore Balluff Srandrng Coach Behrens Merwm Nesemerer Lundholrn B Noonkesser Lundholm Ross Tlkalsky Tennls Th1s year's tenn1s squad was led by Darrell Cory and D1ck Merwln, the only two returmng letter w1nners from last year The Mounders' record was not too goodbut Mt MOTIIS, as the smaller school, was the underdog 1n every match N1neteen boys reported for tenms th1s year Of the mneteen, s1x won let ters The award w1nners are D Cory, B Lundholm, D Merw1n, K Nese meler and B111 and Dan Noonkesser Of th1s s1x only Lundholm and B Noon kesser w1ll be returmng next year Those two w1ll rece1ve plenty of help from the eleven non award wmners on the team who w1ll be returmng next year Mclnn1s,G Holllngsworth M Balluff G Orr, J Dohlen, J Ross, J Trkalsky and J Martln Tenms 1S coached by Mr L L Behrens Summary of Meets West Rockford Mt Morrrs Rochelle Freeport Drxon Dlsfrucf Meet Smgles Doubles Merwm beat Heron Ulochellej Waggonerand Stusbade fWesr Rockfordj bear Bruemm fWesr Rockfordj beat 'VICIWIH B Noonkesser and Lundholm Cory bye Tangora and Skmner Uiasr Rockfordj bear D HUISIDQEI Ufreeportj beat Cory Noonkesser and Nesemerer 54 I They are: T. Moore, B. Buser, N. Johnston, B. Franklin, J. lsenhart, N: 9 . ' 0 4 lf2 " " 3 lf2 " '7 " " 2 4 5 ' 8 " 1 'ff-'CG' iff! gras:- ? fs.'j-S! W-vu 4 A .ing 'ir g""it'1" :J- iff' Ml Lv .-u-Q-9'4" N. .f . IA 1: x 2 - YN V1 Yip' 45 xbx t A an , XX -X 1 fi A F Y' A A Q Y A Q, ' .Ii Ny ,-,j f VA.. ,V 12 " trVL"'1 'kj -g ,ff , . . .r .r A ff 'U' ' -' Q, J ,V ef JV W J 1 Y .:f3 "'? ' I .525 X T ' . ,- , lf ig. . 'T ' ,5ff2g' vi ,W V 1V N J . I 'vi Q L V Ili , V nu-I I 6,2-H1 Q. f.,... 5 alfa QJ-I i-...hal 3 it 'fx -A M4 ...Q-no x., 4' Q Pepsters G A A Lx lb '-gll.- M Club Thesplans n H' and i:'J Q1 Ng! F H A Llbrarxans S7 .4f" IU 9 G 1 has my J V 4 'ai f 41" ., ' 1 K '42-,,,-.2 J ,AW f t 1 Vi ,4 lv K f' ff' ia 1:6 T... -m Junlor Senlor Prom The Jun1or Semor Banquet and Prom were held Frlday evemng May 1n the new h1gh school The theme th1s year was "Southern P1antat1on" and was earned out ln the lovely decorat1ons The del1c1ous southern style banquet was held at 6 30 rn the cafete rxa B111 Noonkesser was toastmaster The class w1ll was read by Bob O'Connor and the class prophecy by Joel Plum Muslcal entertamment was prov1ded by Joan McNett srngmg Summert1me" and D1ck Emblck playmg Old Man R1ver" on the electr1c gmtar The banquet was followed by danc1ng 1n the gym to the muslc of .hm my Campbe11's orchestra 59 i , I K A I rl I - V ' - AI NNN . i P ' , I if T 4 X I 'E " " T ' Lf' , y .,,., k ' , It -- 23" 7, 'ik -X li ,W L , .J'llf'-?!,lgv' ' -' 'ap 4 ' ' ' , . A 1 . U 14, ' ' . , a q n . 1 s n . H . . . 0 Commencement Commencement exerc1ses were held Fr1day May Z8 1n the h1gh school aud1tor1um at 8 00 Follow1ng the processlonal by Donna Lamm and the 1nvocat1on by Dr John N1ght1ngale the Treble Clef presented two numbers "Th1s Is My Father's World" and"The N1ght1ngale" w1th Joan McNett as the solo1st The salutatory and valed1ctory were g1ven by Jud1th Hov1s and Mary Ellen Florea The ma1n address of the even1ng was g1ven by Dr Edward D Gates m1n1ster of the F1rst Presbyter1an Church Peor1a lll1no1s ho spoke on The Marks of an Educated Man' James Watt presented the stage to Mr K1nsley Pr1nc1pal Klnsley presented the awards for scholarsh1p and the Amerlcan Leg1on awards were presented to Joyce Swan and Roger Martln by Orval H1scox Leg1on Commander Followmg the presentatlon of the class by Super1ntendent H A Hoff the d1plomas were presented by Gerald Hough presrdent of the Board of Educatlon The exerc1ses were closed Wlth the bened1ct1on by Dr Nlghtlngale Baccalaureate Rev W1ll1am L Harper ofthe Chr1st1an Church gave the Baccalaure ate sermon Sunday even1ng May 23 The servlce was held 1n the new h1gh school aud1tor1um at 7 30 Followlng the proces s1onal by Donna Lamm and the lnvocatlon by Rev Dean Frantz the aud1ence sang a hymn and Rev Frantz gave the scr1p ture readmg and prayer Rev Harper's address was ent1tled"Where Are You Gomg Eventual ly? and was followed by two numbers presented by the h1gh school mlxed chorus Rev Frantz gave the bened1ct1on and Donna Lamm played the reces s1ona1 61 J ' R ' il "C I 1 '1 ' S9 J Za. T P W' 3 H I. 9 i 9 the class gift, a S200 check to be used for the purchase of a spotlight for " . u , . - I. 1 1' M , t I Llbrary ,H l Study Hall Annual Staff li FS'- Qsfff Q ii.. 02-. 'iivf-Q , 1 63 QQ, X.. 'fx ' ff ,fi ' ' - , ,wi x f V ' aj - - , in " ' "W . V: ww A ' ll ,W rg Thank You' We of the Annual Staff wa sh to thank the contrrbutors of the advertisements, for wlthout them we could not have successfully completed our Annual Acker 8- Thomas Clothing Allen s Crockery Store Ames Furmture Co Avey Barber Shop B 84 A Sporting Goods Bartow s Market Bean s Shoe Store Beler s Bread Bemis Motor Co Ben Franklin Store Betty s Flower Shop Bull 81 Son Shoe Servlce Blackhawk Food Mart Borden Co Boynton Richards Co Bruner Insurance Agency Buser Lumber Co Cahull s Electrrc Shop Inc Car Pet Lune C D Tracy Charlotte s Hanr Stylrng Cltlzen s State Bank Clara Warden Dress Shop Corbett Coffman Onl Co Dee Lux Shop Dewey s Gulf Servlce Dnehl s Servnce Statnon Felker Pharmacy Fnnch s Furmture Store Gambles Harnngton Beauty Shop Helen and Ray s Holverson Harold Horton s Mobil Service Hough Hardware Co Houghton Studio Ivan Bing Kuntzelman J H McGulre Co Ja Ta Beauty Salon Jewett Barber Shop Kable Inn Kable News Co Kable Prnntung Co Kamera and Hobby Kraft Kappelln Cleaners Keng Stevens Baking Co Klme s Department Store Co Advertlslng Index Koper 81 Lovstad Lace Motor Soles Light s Jewelry Store Lowell Plum McGee s Lumber Co Mellott Furnrture Co Morris Cleaners Morrns Dress Shop Morris Elevator Morrns Flower 81 Gnft Shop Morrus Index Morrls Pharmacy National Clothrng Hous National Turkey Federatron Nehl Bottlmg Co Nicholson s Ogle Cafe Oregon Darry Orr s Insurance Overstreet Jewelers Parker Sportrng Goods Phrllaps 66 Publrc Servrce Co Redding s Rndenour Insurance Rockford oca Cola Bottlmg Rockford School of Busrness Royal Blue Store Sealtest Sprecher s Stouffer Poultry Farm and Hatchery Stouffer s Cafe Stuckey s Sunbeam Bread Tot and Teen Shop Townvlew Dairy Trern s Jewelry Store Valle Clothners Wally s Bakery Watt Publishing Co Wemsteln Dr O W Westgor Muslcal Instrument Whrtcomb s Jewelry Whltney Buick White Pines Roller Rlnk Wing s Corral O O I . 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ONGRATULATIONS To the 1954 graduates of Mount Morris High School I Y t p h h t W W1-ll"l' P IRLI Ill Il U0 Sandstone Building Mount Morris llllnols Qwyxmu 19 W WM: POULTRY TRIBUNE BROILER GROWING PACIFIC POULTRYMAN TURKEY WORLD HATCHERY AND FEED BETTER FARMING METHODS POULTRY PROCESSING AND MARKETING C I If we work upon marble, it will perish, if on brass, time will efface, if we rear temples, he will crumble into dust, but il we work upon immortal minds, and imbue them wi h rinciples, with t e iust fear of God and love of our fellowmen, we engrave on these tablets some- thing t at will brigh en to all eternity. - Daniel ebster 0 I ff' f' .K if l.': ,J GD Z 1' 'I 1- 'Him Uh ' TO THE ORADUATINC CLASS OF 1954 WE OFFER OUR HEARTY CONGRATULATIONS AND BEST WISHES FOR SUCCESS IN YOLR CHOSEN FIELD OF ENDEAVOR ik KABLE NEWS COMPANY 7 MOUNT MORRIS, ILLINOIS fxfqount Nxorris Flower 81151 MT. MORRIS Gift Slwp ELEVATQR co. THE BEAUTY OF OUR BUSINESS IS FLQWERS Flowers for all OCCCISIOHS Fuel - Feeds - Fencing - Seeds Phone 126 Mt Morris llllnols Flowers by wlre 8 W Mum Phone 78 WHITE PINES ROLLER RINK -ww wfviafw me gf? ACROSS FROM WHITE PINES STAT E PAR K ' I , A 1 f by Jirumixgrf LQ W Q .V 2 , I ' ' T f - LZ L f wwfwigfyz, . ' ,sf',.,'.?1 fi' ' 1 f F WW ,:?ief?i'A. CCrm5Yi1t':l5:tg 15, S- ttf' rs! JNCIKCI' LIIIII YIIIIUITILIS IIIUIIHHB Iqrm. 6 NVQ-st Main Street if CIcth1:1i5 Shoes And FLIPIISIIIIICQIS Ior Men Cu I Boys Women s cmd Chtldren s Shoes Lczrqe SeIect1on of Students Su1ts if COMPLIIJIENTS OF D,EWEY'S GULF' SERVICE LIGHT S JEWELRY STORE For Cz ts That Last Watches Diamonds Jewelry and Gifts BE SURE UF PUULTRY PROFITS W STUUFFER S HIQI I I RODLCTION CHICKS d ia TpEggPd Lomphm t RECREATION Ll INCH Mr cmd Mrs EIw od I-Ian s Proprt tors MT MORRIS ILLINOIS 4 E . l S 2 .en s Cf X' T af- , I ma Q I I C Q , . 3 I S A7 'fr.um12R FRIEND" 9 N, Weslgy Ave. Y 'Y - , Bauer Bre For Wg U Early Maturity 0 I h ce Conversion . ' 0 ro uction TOWNVIEW DAIRY Don Neuschwander, Pro Telephone 505 Eat at Our Dany Bar Buffermllk Choc Mrlk Pasieunzed Cottage Cheese Mrlk and Cream CONGRATULATIONS TO THE CLASS OF '54 Wally s Pastry Shop Quorhty Baked Goods Always TELEPHONE 37 IH OP E XC I NLE Mount Moms llll1'101S sf? INSURANCE SERVICE Congratulatzons Seruors LOVSTAD Home Builders Phone 224 Wll 88 M Mt Morris P. ll A xlq A INSIE 'EIQANCQ' L KOPER A E- j I N f f A J ol . 8. KAMERA 8. HOBBY KRAFT Camera and Hobby Supplles 24 Hour Photo Flnrshlng Educational Toys Portralts Passports ldentlflcatlons Oregon lllmols TOT and TEEN SHOP Smart Clothmq for Chxldren BOYS 1 6 G1rIs 1 16 Mt Moms Phone 399 AN YTIME MORNING NOON or NIGHT Thls Is Your Place to Meet Our Pme Room Is Avculable for Meetmgs Porriles cmd Bouquets Young Folks Espe-c1c1IIy Invlted Lcrrqe cmd Smcxll Pcrrhes Sohcxted HKABLE IN N " J H McGUIRE CO Pontiac Cars and G M C Trucks Farm Equipment Allis Chalmers Mrnneapolls Moline and New ldea Equipment Oregon ll llnols Phone I Complzments IVAN BING KUNTZELMAN Oregon lllunols iw .B f 7? 79? , In of ik l. N rm Je ett an I Glam WMM ZW4 SAW-pe FOR Ladies d Children s Wearing Apparel C D TRACY Id g 12W M CORBETT COFFMAN OIL COMPANY PHONE 265 0 F M17 d L c es St ks d S e STCUFFER S CAFE Comp :ments of 0 W d Jim Melfn - I ' I an General Contractor pen rom Builder Bui in Supplies 6 A' ' 0 P' M' est ain Phonel54 Dinners an un h eu un hak s - l BEST OF LUCIx CLASS OF 54 eg fax FROM THE JATA BEAUTY SALON WESTINGHOUSE ELECTRICAL APPLIAINCI-S RADIOS TELEVISION SETS THOR WASHERS EASY VASHERS IL 4.-M tm g 'W' ,M ,Q gp -sic af M ,, X664 y 45? -xii ix 4 51 af I -9' Eg 8xfAD xk 5 Uv 'bf I I - , , .-1 ,, , " 1 - ' - -, ' "'A f ill 1 'A I ' 'f ' - ,. 3.45 13 -'."' ' - ., -:H+ - ' . ' f ' :L-Q. ,f-. ' ,. --'--mimi-'- f ' iA'5"L,g - .- 1. 3 ' -- '-5 g , ..-x . , -I.. . .yn .5 . ' . ,- '- fyxi - f . -- gf V ,: , . :-Fw, -- ' . - . - M- -: --.- 1. me- I ' . . A. -1- m- . - -, - ,-.. '., gfqqg,-: 4- . I ,g,,.:g.-. A- V- - -:Q ., - f ,-: 5:53.-" , 5, 54 .-,. 3 . . : ,L-. Q ' , -1 W-f 77Zocm1!77ZOMc I-I ZICKUHR Proprletor Telephone 270 Wesley and Mam QUALITY DRUGS Compliments HELEN AND RAY S DELICATESSEN COMPLIMENTS OF BRUNER INSURANCE AGENCY Charles Robbms Flre Auto Hospital and Llfe Insurance Notary Public BURKE'S "66" SERVICE STATION Phillips - Wolfe Head Oil Chicago Motor Complete Motor Club Service Mt. Morris, Ill. Phone 64 CONGRATULATIONS SENIORS! BEN FRANKLIN STORE Everything from Sc 'to 351.00 and Up 'ir Headquarters for School Supplies, Toys and Candy MOUNT MORRIS, ILLINOIS Maurice Hahn, Owner Comp laments 0 McGEE LUMBER C0 Your frzendlv Lumber Dealer Building Maternal Lumber Roofing Paint Cement Products Glass Hardware M Morris III Phone l80 Complunerzts Slum Holverson LOUIS G FINCH Furnnture Rugs Palnts Jewel Colorlzer Pratt and Lambert Spred Satm Funeral Serv: ce Phone 2ll Mt Morris llllnols Compl1me'11s of FQOD STQRE Fecrturmq FRESH cmd SMOKED MEATS GRCCERIES FRESH FROZEN FOCUS MEADQW GCLD ICE CREAM FRESR FRUITS FRESH VEGETABLES Be-si Quo ty Always Tel plrom 71 STAN IAVVIES Mqr Comphmer1ts CHAIQLQTTE S HAIIQ STVLING Comchments f the Www! Mama lam .Shep ' f 1. ', . ' Of of RQYAL BLUE Arc You Hun gry? Hamburgers, Cheeseburqers, Cold and Fried Ham, Beet Barbecue, Read it for local See NEWS! it for local PICTURES! The only newspaper in the world dedicated to the best interests of Mount Morris. Beef and Porll Tenderloin Sandwiches Delicious Plesiilce Cregmgzcoffee Since 1890 John W. Tilfon, Publisher AND DINNERS OGLE CAFE Located across from Larnb Theater MT MORRIS ILLINOIS Compliments PUBLIC SERVICE CO John SP1 echel 81 C0 FURNISHINGS DRY aoons READY TO WEAR MOUNT MORRIS ILLINOIS EAT MORE TURKEY fs xy NATIONAL TURKEY FEDERATION Upstairs Our Felker s Pharmacy lllfuis tak Z1 1 o iii oiris Mount M rrs llli oi Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation Of 1 1 . ' ' I I3 I L A p 2 .R S f f 1 f l Al A Nfl R ' 0 L Ll I N' Ct , . Tl 'S I X' It's wonderful roasts Q ,xo rfl, Irif-d, lifzisefl, Q! F in swfzks cr any .4,7.,,. r1'::i.lf-r cf wntiiinfg N ff! lf Y M Q., . ,,, 'f X 'ml flf-ii 'icus ys. Melnber of . ,X V ,?5S2':',lf2, gb Free If"'lf'f3 .., - I 2 :57 X X, lk- j :7.:'if. :'i1'l.1.: ,. HAZZARD,S CLOVER FARM STORE FINE FOODS COMPLIMENTS OF THE RIDENOUR INSURANCE AGENCY HAROLD RIDENOUR Telephone 256 I QV D1ehI s SCfV1CC Stauon Ecxst Edqe Mt Moms on R1 64 SINCLAIR PRODUCTS GREASING TIRE REPAIRING BATTERY SERVICE Complzments HARRI NGTON BEAUTY SHOP Phone 93 Morris llhnols COROI O A PL PAINT I-IA AR AUTO ACCE O E IRES ND BATT RIES GAMBLES R I TIKALSKY Owner J I I f" ,Q 45' Ri: .vii ,I 1 . I. 'F Of ' 1 - ' ' Mr. ' ' ' if OREGON DAIRY Qualzty Dazry Product: Vlslf our Dalry Bar for all Ice cream needs Phone 235 402 S Fourth Sf GEORGE KAPPELIN Cleaner Tailor Oregon llllnols Complrments 0 AMES FURNITURE C0 Dixon CONGRATULATIONS GRADUATES Furniture Bedd'f'9 Department Store C"'Pe'S 8' Rugs DIXON ILLINOIS i "' BLACKHA K FOOD MA T Compliments of the W R Congratulations, S mo sf BETTY S FLOWER SHOP Mt Mo r s BUSER LUMBER CO. 14? LUMBER-PAINTS-CQAL A Mount Moms Iustxtutlon omce 1869 Compl me ts HOUGHTON STUDIO Portraits Cameras Supplies BOYNTON RICHARDS C0 Men s and Boys Wear Dixon llllnols Cornrifiirnents of ' 7 t TLHT o t me Makers of NEHI ROYAL CROWN COLA and PAR T PAK BEVERAGES Rockford Illinois Yolfll enjoy trading at STUCKEY'S Style Store For Men 8. Boys ll9 121 North Mom Street Rockford Illinois TRY US FOR QUALITY USED CARS Bemis Motor Co Oregon Illinois Watches Diamonds Jewelry Gift Articles ITCOMB JEWELRY lO3 Galena Avenue Dixon Illinois .viii 'BEAD BEIER S 'N'N'x.. QW H 0 t Wrapp ed BREAD Baked Fine Since 69 TO THE 1954 SENIORS Congratulations On Your Achievement' Vedic Q r ff OC OI' C OO USIIICSS 319 West Iefferson St Rockford Iliinois Let Us Help You Bu Id For the Future - f U O. . . 1 W H ' S ' Career Courses ' ' ' ' Accounting, Business Adininisfrfiticn, Execu- tive Secretarial Science, Secretarial Science, i 'al Secretarial Science, Court Reporii q Steno rciehy and O ice Machines, Y l',,,il' R LT A S it T SQ-f? V ' T B ' O 0 KC ,I .I I I l IK i ll Congratulations from WINGS' CORRAL Homemade Pies, Lunches and Dinners and Wings' one-fourth pound Hamburgers We Arm To Sans WINGS and TH ELMA COMPLIMENTS OF BARTOWS MARKET MT MORRIS ILLINOIS LOWELL PLUM Electric Plumbing Heahng Phone 368 M I MT MORRIS CLEANERS Pxck Up cmd Dehvery SGFVICG Twenty seven Years Expenence Phone 199W CONGRATULATIONS CLASS OF 1954 Hough Hardware C0 I 1 'H' . nvrcrm' f X Q X' I ' I ,E . I ' . I 1 ' I ' , 'mn I lv. I' EE 5 kk I U rg, ,- RTT , , V -.M .O 1i?'I'.,w I' 0 Comphments O W WCIUSICIH Optomctnst 326 W State Street Rockford 1II1no1s NICHOLSON S 309 Washington St Phone 76 Oregon Ill AMANA FOOD FREEZERS CBS TELEVISION 3 591 FOR MEN S AND BOYS WEAR AND SHOES NATIONAL CLOTHING HOUSE if "On the Corner" OREGON, ILLINOIS HORTON S MOBIL SERVICE Tires Bottenes Spark Plugs Accessories Greasmg Front Street and Route 64 Mt Morris Illinois Phone 248 Compliments PARKER SPORTING GOODS Rockford Get acquarnted wrtlr Borden s Ice Cream rn these handy economrcul half gallons :hey store NIE? f srly rn your u reezer compartment or food locker If 7770ldQ'f1-5' 'WM 53 flfxz S! Theres u Borden Dealer Near You COMPLIMEN TS OF TREINS JEWELRY STORE DIXON ILLINOIS Kmwnfaafme4Z a A6ZbLQbfQlf0fLC16CW2,6Oq6GJ4 Complzments AVEY BARBER SHOP Earl Avey Proprletor BILL 8- SON SHOE SERVICE Worlung Man s Store Phone 382 Y IO3 So Thrrcl Street Oregon lllrnors L E LACE MOTOR SALES Chevrolet Soles and Service Telephone 335 Oregon lllrnors We Dress Your Floors cmd W1ndows The Car Pet Lme 424 430 Seventh Street ROCKI-'ORD ILLINOIS LINOLEUM RUGS CARPET SHADES DRAPERIES LIVING ROOM FURNITURE Telephone 3- 965 1 I I Y I . I . 1 4 - ! me 1 Xxx I e el 3 X V I. Q, E .g.,',.fe,W-me-E ' I , I ,,1,,,4.,,Iu of I ,. M ,gs-.::jg 5,3,::-V , :,. , lf., ,E -- --- :avr-"f" If iz A 3' 'Y' E I . - r I 1 n Q I I Q WHITIN EY Bb ICK SC1Ies cmd S W ce N W cmd Us d Lam IOI North Th rd Street Phone 400 GREGON ILLINOIS VMLE CLOTHI ERS Duxon lllmols ALLEN S CIQOCKEIQV STGIQE ROCKFORD ILLINOIS 2 8827 What 5x you want X X9 5.22 wx Comp! e ts f SEALTEST ICE CREAM IT TOPS THEM ALL L BEAN S SHOE STORE Wyman Street Rockford ll hnol s 7 Y e. 'I e e S . 9 . i K ' Compfments Is . t yn Lf 'dwg' 1 X X X Coke of x 4 . X - H N , nc, U 5 nv r ' f , X "Coke" in a ngixhrod nada-mark. f im n 0 I Congratulations, Seniors CAl'llLL S ELECTRIC SHOP INC Electrical Contractlng an Repair Work Westlnghouse pllances American Kitchens 213 W First St Phone 4 00'll WESTGOR Muslcal lnstmment Co For the Very rmest in All Types o Musical Instruments See Us Before You Buy Puanos Organo Band Instruments Acro ss from Wards DI xon Compliments MELLOTT FURNITURE C0 Dixon llllnols SPORTSMAN S PARADISE FIRST DIXON LL 114 E Flrst St D1c1138681 OVERSTREET Trusted Jewelers For Seventy Years ." of I Ap 0 1, . SEE K us ,1. .' . ' - E ITORIAL. Th members of Uwe Annual Staff P10 Cthat 1.1115 zssue of' the una-if wlll serve as a lastxng reminder' of all that h J e3EE1X4,sallf1nr3E?r an The rest of thxs P688 has been reserved for the 1 n wh ln YOUCCLPOPOISCQEO colifcf NVKJX' 'ff' V- ir . , 53,0 ' lt -511. ,,,,.. VAI' 88


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