Mount Morris High School - Mounder Yearbook (Mount Morris, IL)
- Class of 1958
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grounded education today for living in the tomor-
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at M.M.H.S. to provide us with a basic scholastic
and social background which will better enable
us to live in a "space era." Though goals and
progress may differ with each individual, our
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TOP ROW-Jim Schiefelbein, Lanny Beck, Neil Madlena, Don Snodgrass, Mike Powers, Gary Gottschalk,
Don Asp. MIDDLE ROW-Coach Ray Walder, Dave Myers, Gary Miller, Darrell Raney, Rod Miller, Gary
Dunk, Denny Hanes, Bill Unger, Dale Kinsley, Doug Raney, Manager, Gall Rothermelg Coach Ben Clark.
FRONT HOW-Stan Corbett, Terry Nelson, Dave Graf, Jim Wean, Gary Anderson, Hilary Sattgast.
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OWEN'S SPORT SHOP, Dixon, Illinois
Stan Corbett gets set to drop a
West Rockford halfback.
Gary Gottschalk gets under way
as he turns the corner during
the Oregon game.
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neuver a Lanark tackler as Lan-
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The 1957-58 Moluider football team had an
average season. The thing exceptional about this
team, however, was the players themselves. They
were a "do or die" bunch, and no matter what
the odds they never gave up.
The highlight of the season was the last
game, in which a team of rough and ready Moun-
ders knocked championship headed Oregon, who
had beaten the Mounders by 25 points once before.
out of first place in the Conference.
Elected Most Valuable Player on the team
was guard, Dave Graf. Honorary Captain was
halfback, Gary Gottschalk.
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Dale Kinsley, Quarterback
Jim Schiefelbein puts his head down and
plows, as Polo tacklers close in. Gary
Dunk 1803 comes up to help if possible.
Stan Corbett QBSJ and Mike Powers f86j
bring a hard running Oregon back to a
halt as Dave Graf 1843 and Gary Gott-
schalk q89y come racing upto lend a
ROCKFORD SCHOOL OF BUSINESS, Rockford, Illinois
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TOP ROW-Neil Madlena,CoachW.F, Burstrom, Bill Unger,Dale Kinsley, Fred Miller. ROW 5-Fred Taylor
Dennis Arden, Larry Highbarger, Darrel Hollinger, Dave Miller, Doug Raney, Curt Garrison. ROW 4 Ron
Nevenhoven, Terry Davis, Lloyd Blake, John Strauss, Stu Zimmerman, John LeVar. ROW 3-Roger Satter
field, Steve Noonkesser, Ken Zipse, Alan Koper, "Corky" Reynolds, Phil Avey. ROW 2-Jim Graf Dave
Powers Tom Williams Bob Moon Terr Thomas, Vane Gruver. ROW 1-Neil Unger, Alan Copeland Fred
Fred Miller drops an Oregon ball carrier during a Frosh Soph
game at Mt, Morris. Moving in to help are Lloyd Blake l30l John
Strauss l40j, and Curt Garrison 1453,
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LACE OLDS, Oregon, Illinois
On the second prize G..-XA. float are
Kay 1Bla.kep Masters. the bride. and
Diane Orr. the groom
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F.F.A. windmill. This float took first
Homecoming ls Great
Kay Hovis, the Homecoming Queen, is surrounded by her attendants: Joyce Knowles, seniorg Janet Fleer,
juniorg Marion Dollinger, sophomoreg and Sharon Smith, freshman.
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This balloon, with such a clever motto, took Coming in fourth was thx' junior's clock, set for gumetime.
third place for the freshmen.
Homecoming festivities began the night before the
game with the traditional bonfire and snake dance.
The following evening during the half of the game
Homecoming Queen, Kay Hovis, and her atten-
dants were presented. Our success was cele-
brated after the game at the dance which con-
cluded the two days' events.
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IA seniors. who did ax tremendous Joh
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JIM'S BARBER SHOP, Mt. Morris, Illinois
Dale Kinslcy appears to be hitching a ride on an Oregon player as
hc takes off for thc basket. Rod Miller U03 comes into rebound.
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'BLACKHAWK CONFERENCE GAMES
"REGIONAL TOURNAMENT GAME
Cuuch J.R Worley. Gary Dunk, Brlun Schelling, Dall- Kinsley. Jim Schu-fcllx-ln. Denny Hanes. Darrell
Ram-y. Su-vc JL-wr-11. Ron Miller. Terry Nelson
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TOP ROW-Gail Rothermel, Terry Davis, Fred Miller. Bill Unger, Neil Madlena, Ron Nevenhoven, Dave
Miller. MIDDLE ROW-Coach Ray Walder, Stu Zimmerman, Doug Messer, Phil Avey. Neil Unger. Doug
Dusing, Fred Himert. "Corky" Reynolds. FRONT ROW-Lloyd Blake, Terry Ewens, Dave Powers, Terry
Thomas, Roger Satterfield, Doug Haney, Tom Williams.
Frosh- oph Basketball
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Neil Madleua, Forward
Rod Miller lofts a jump-shot as Jim
Schiefelbein 1151 and Denny Hanes 1251
move in for a rebound, Gary Dunk 11-U
awaits the results.
Fred Millcr goes in for a lay-up in u
Fresh-Soph contest against Milledge-
ville. Doug Dusing 1153, Dave Miller
1253, and "Corky" Reynolds 112j make
sure its good before moving down the
BACK ROW-Mike Powers, Dick Lewan-
doski, Don Asp, Steve Colvin, Alun
Koper, Coach Les Mayes. MIDDLE ROW-
John LeVar, Dave Warkins, Ron Neven-
hoven. Alan Anderson, Don Highbarger,
FRONT ROW-Doug Raney, Ron MCNL-tt.
Gary Hollinger, Hilary Salttgast, Tom
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BACK ROW-Alan Copeland, Jim Kinsey.
Terry Davis, John Strauss,Davc Powers.
Couch Los Mayes. MIDDLE ROW-Bill
Dunk, Steve Nounkcsscr, Curt Garrison.
Keith Davis, Ron Zoellcr. FRUNTRUWA
Diilc Arden. Rogm-r Suite-rfiold, Bill Mun-
gzm, Bob Moon, Tom Williams
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BACK ROW-Mr. C1ark,GaryGottschalk,
Dick Lewandowski. Darrell Raney, Mike
Powers, Neil Madlena, JimSchiefelbein,
Terry Davis, Gary Dunk, Bill Unger,
Lanny Beck, Mr,Worley. MIDDLE ROW-
Dale Kinsley, Darrel Hollinger, John
Strauss, Neil Unger, Gary Miller, Ron
Nevenhoven, Doug Kaff, Dave Warkins,
Fred Miller, Rod Miller. FRONT ROW-
Dave Powers, Steve Duncan, Stu Zim-
merman, Stan Corbett, Terry Thomas,
Doug Raney, Tom Williams, Alan Cope-
land, John LeVar, Don Asp
The Mounders made one real fine
showing this season in beating Lanark
67 to 46. winning all but ai few events.
The second annual Mt. Morris Re-
lays again highlighted the season this
year. Although no team scores were
kept: all previous records were either
broken or tied except for the 100 yd.
The Mounders were host to the
Blackhawk Conference track meet which
Polo won with a team score of Tl T110
points. The Mounders finished last with
ll l,f'2 points.
MT. MORRIS CLEANERS, Mt. Morris, Illinois
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but fell short of the fresh-soph
conference record by inches. He
still took first place in the shot.
The managers for this year wort-: BACK
ROW-Doug Messer and Gail Rothcrmcl
ffootballj: FRONT ROW-Dickllvrrmann.
Jim Graf, Tom Flosi llmaskutballp. We
will miss the work of Dick Herrmann
who managed three major sports for
MCGEE LUMBER COMPANY, Mt. Mo
Gary Gottschalk is shown winning
his heat with "Pipe"Raney com-
ing in second in the 440 during
the conference track meet. Gary
placed fourth in the finals that
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FISOD. Brizm Schulling, Daxvv Bzncs SITTlNGfBill Aldrich. Tom
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STANDING-David Rittenhouse, Dale Arden, Dennis Arden, Jim Root, Bob Shobe, Carl Petty. KNEELING-
Gary Anderson, Gail Rothermel, Don Highbarger, Hilary Sattgast. Steve Noonkesser, Bill Dunk,
Inexperience was the big problem
of the tennis team. Seven of the twelve
members of the team were from the
freshman and sophomore classes. The
results of the tennis meets are as
E. Rockford 9 0
Dixon 9 0
W. Rockford 9 0
Rochelle 6 1
Freeport 9 0
Rochelle 9 0
I Rock Falls 3 2
Hilary Snttgast serves while Don
Highbarger waits for the return.
STEVE'S BODY SHOP, Mt. Morris, Illinois
Planning this year's Pepster pro
gram are Mary Jo Ewens, secre
tary-treasurer, Kay Hovls. pre
sidentg and Janet Fleer, vice
Pictured here are two Pepsters,
Kathy Dmmk and Sharon Lamm,
stamping at games,
BACK ROW-Dolores Cassidy, Doree DuMont, Pat Gilhooly, Caren Spear, Joyce Schier, Barbara Potter,
Diane Jones, Connie Frey,Ju1ie Stankrauff,KathyDunk,Janis Spencer, Charlene Sandstrom. MIDDLE ROW-
Ann Williams, Lorelle Stauffer, Sceone Beck, Suzanne Edwards, Gayle Rowland, Suzy Hall, Bev Lawrence,
Sybil Dohlen, Gretchen Conrad, Joyce Arden, Barbara Garkey,Janet Knowles, Sharon Lamm. FRONT ROW-
Joyce Knowles, Kay Hovis, Janet Fleer, Sandra Myers, Mary Jo Ewens, Judy Mulcay, Rosalyn Pierce,
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BACK ROW Gary Gottschalk B111 Unger Mlke Powers NLI1 Madlena Jlm Schuftlbem Don Snodgrass
Lanny Beck Denny Hanes MIDDLE ROW SteveJewett RodneyM11ler Gary Dunk Steve Colvm Dale Kms
ley Gary Miller Darre1lRaney StanCorbett FRONTROW J R Worley Qadvlsc rj Gary Klapprodt Richard
Herrmann Doug Kaff John LeVar David Graf Doug Raney Stu Ross Hllary Sattgast
The M Club IS orgamzed for all
boys who earn a varslty letter ln some
sport Thls year the M Club wlth the
Pepsters co sponsored a very success
ful Chrlstmas dance The offlcers of
thls orgamzatlon are Dave Graf presl
dent Jlm Schxefelbeln, V106 presldent
and Rodney Mxller, secretary treasurer
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out at the banquet by the wait-
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After crossing the arches bridge leading to the dance floor, the
couples danced to the music of the Al Grace Orchestra.
TOT AND TEEN SHOP, Mt. Morris, Illinois
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The Parisian artist in the fore-
ground is a mannikin--not a
freshman in disguise.
During a break in the music,
couples examined prom decora-
tions or sat and talked.
STUCKEY'S f"Style Store for Men and Boys"J, Rockford, Illinois
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The complete cast receives last minute instructions
from their able director, Mr. Durham.
"We Shook the Family Tree," presented by
the junior class of Mt. Morris High School, on
Friday evening, November 22, 1957, in the
auditorium, was a comedy in three acts drama-
tized from Hildegarde Dolson's novel by Chris-
Hildegarde Dolson QSara Clarky, a teenager
who's tired of being a wallflower, desperately
wants to be asked to the prom.
Jill QSybllj brings the news ofthe rob-
bery to the Dolson family.
Mr. and Mrs, Shermer are stunned by the fact that their little son is wearing long pants for the first time.
TREIN'S JEWELRY STORE, Dixon, Illinois
Mrs. Dolson QMerilyn Greenwoodl, a capable
woman, therefore takes matters into her own
hands, securing for her daughter a date with
Freddie Shermer lBrian Schellingl, a perfectly
nice boy. . . except that he wears knickers. The
mortification of Hildegarde upon learning this
is exceeded only by the ensuing problems she
drags herself and her family into trying to get
Freddie into long pants. Mr. William Durham
directed the production.
The girls came in to tell Hlldegarde s father that
worms are infesting the front yard
Page fElsa Mael returns theletter which
she deposited in the mail box. Mrs.
Shermer fKareny is quite upset, because
it was one of her husband's love letters.
Freddie lBrianj has stolen Bob's lMike'sj pants and comes rushing down the stairs to tell Hildegarde, but
is very stunned when he sees his parents also there. Father QDavey has blamed l-lildegarde again for the
HOUGHTON STUDIO, Mt. Morris, Illinois
Art and Margaret break the bad news to Lorraint
Martin is dating a little blond girl.
Jack and Angie arc about to leave for the dance. hut
they arc not leaving together, because they have just
had a lovcr's quarrel.
"Seventeenth Summer" was heartwarming
and humorous. A deft and sympathetic dramatiza-
tion that flawlessly catches the spirit of the book
has been achieved in this delightful play. Angie
was a charming, sensitive girl of 17, just on the
threshold of growing upg played by Joyce Knowles.
Margaret is Angie's engaged sister, an attractive
poised girl of about 21--completely sincere and
naturalg played by Judy Meeker. Lorraine is
Angie's hopeful sisterg 19 and pretty, but lacks
Margaret's sincerity and air of assured happi-
ness, uncertain of her own charmg played by
Kitty is Angie's little sisterg she is an im-
pish girl of 10, fun-loving and likableg played by
Marlys Rowland. Angie's mother, Mrs. Morrow,
is a pretty woman in her 40's, with a genuinely
sweet, agreeable manner, devoted to her home
and childreng played by Mary Kay Davidson. Mr.
Morrow is a goodlooking man in his late 40's,
who does a lot of grumbling, but underneath he
is kind and lovable and deeply attached to his
familyg played by Steve Colvin.
The entire cast is pictured ht-reg SITTING-Barbara
Garkey tprompterp. Marlys Rowland. SITTING AT
TABLE-Joyce Knowles, Steve Jewett, Mary Kay Da'
vidson. Gretchen Conradg STANDING-Howard Punkka.
Dave Graf, Steve Colvin. Bob Satterfield, Ken Smith.
Judy Meeker, Connie Frey, and Carolyn Kielsmeier
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Angie's boyfriend, Jack, is a tall,good-look-
ing boy of 185 played by Steve Jewett. Art, a
good-natured young fellow of about 25, is Margar-
et's fianceg played by Ken Smith. Martin is Lor-
raine's hope, a young man of 26g he has a superior
manner and completely lacks warmth of persona-
lityg played by Bob Satterfield. Margie is a girl-
friend, attractive, but rather selfishg played by
Gretchen Conrad. Jane is pretty, but she is the
kind of girl who goes aftera man when she wants
himg played by Carolyn Kielsmeicr. Fitz is Mar-
gie's "steadyg" a fellow with little personalityg
played by Howard Punkka. Tony is smooth and
handsomeg played by Dave Graf.
Angie is reminiscing over her
"I can wait if you still want to,"
Jack says. They will see each
Jane the Menace" makes Angie feel small and unim- Kitty leaves to keep from letting the others see how
portant in front of the boys, sad she is, because Angie is leaving.
CRATTY'S CLEANERS, Mt. Morris, Illinois
who is thc mystery man launch-
ing the volleyball into orbit?
Pug Vardu and Gail Allen lead in
thv three-legged race by alenglh
ns they near thc curve,
D4-ug Kuncy attempts to aid the ' -
suphnmorn-1-uusu in the ball
gunna but tha sophs were defeated
hx' lhv juniurs who in turn lost
in the finals to thnx seniors,
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Look at these guys "dig in."
Sit down, Howard! Relax and en-
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LAWTON'S DAIRY ISLAND
1' 'N' 1 I Assemblies
Harold Ross was speaker for
Nauonul Honor Socxetylnductxon
Thi. Manchester Choxr gave an
Lxcellmnt performance for as
These fellows received tracklet-
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The senior members of the National Honor Society were Marlys Rowland Qpresidenty, Barbara Garkey, Ken
Smith, Gary Gottschalk, Doree DuMont Qvice-presidentj, and Janet Knowles fsecretary-treasurerj.
On May 7 the National Honor Society inducted the new members in
a very impressive candle-light service. The new members were
Karen Frey, Elsa May Genz, Sandra Myers, Brian Schelling, and
National Honor ocieiy
The National Honor Society was
quite active this year. They purchased
a nativity scene for the library and
helped decorate it at Christmas. In
March the Society sponsored a St. Pa-
tricks dance at which everyone had a
good time. Then on May 10 the group
took their annual trip to Chicago.
Election to this Society is done by
the faculty on basis of scholarship,
service, leadership and character. Mem-
bers, also, must rank in the upper 15
per cent of their class.
DON MAXEY, Mt. Morris, Illinois
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The Hllltopper thls year developed
a new system whereby reporters cover
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CORBETT-COFFMAN OIL CO., Mt, Morris, Illinois
A tense moment in "The Plum Tree," given by the Club.
Dramntics Club. Actresses ln this play are Janet
lsenhnrt, Diane Jones, Sandra Weber, Susan I-lall, and
Members of the Dramatics Cluben-
tertain the students by presentinganum-
ber of short plays throughout the school
year. Mrs. Price is the director of this
Members of the Dramatics Club are: ROW 1-Paul Florea, Janet Isenhart. Mrs, Price, Susan Hall, Alan
Copeland. Jim Kinsey. ROW 2-Charlene Sandstrom. PatGilhooly,Christy Webster, Sandra Weber, Margaret
Webster. ROW 3-Lesley Diehl, Sus:1.nClark,Kat.hyDunk,Joyce Miller. ROW 4-Marsha Allen. Jean Fleming.
Marilyn Greenwood. and Karen Larson.
WOOD BROS. MANUFACTURING CO., Oregon, Illinois
The Dramatics Club is presenting "Th
Rehearsal," the first of the year's eu
Curtain call in "Light Competitloun:
Jim Kinsey, Susan Clark, Christy Web-
ster, Lesley Diehl, Margaret Webster,
Janet lsenhart, Alan Copeland. Paul
Florea, and Charlene Sandstrom.
Competition is over in "Light Compe
AMBLE STORE Mt Morns Illmons
BACK ROW-John Dewerdt, Connie Frey, Jim Graf, Geraldiiopkins, Ronald Zoeller. ROW 3-Raegene Nunn
Jim Root, Darrel Hollinger, David Nelson, Linda Jewett, Janet Isenhart, Karen Kraft, Merilyn Greenwood
Bob Sweet, Karen Frey. ROW 2-Edith Baker,Ga.i1 Allen, Charlene Sandstrom, Gayle Rowland, Joyce Schier
Delores Kappenman, Judy Strite, Joyce Miller. ROW 1-Sandra Hohnadel, Becky Behrens, Barbara Potter
M. M. H. S.
The band adds spirit to the homecoming
activities by playing before the bonfire.
MT. MORRIS ELEVATOR CO., "We aim io please," Mt. Morris, Illinois
BACK ROW-David Bates, Mr. Reckmcyer, Saundra Thomas, Janice Dusing, Sandra Powers. ROW 3-Jim
Kinsey, Diane Jones, Stuart Ross, Marsha Allen, Gerald Gruhn, Jim Smith, Bill Dunk, Susan Hall, Dora
Hendricks. ROW 2-Hilary Sattgast. Lucille Van Meir, Neil Madlena, Connie Ballard, Donna Shindle. Ann
Williams, Lorelle Stauffer.ROW 1-Betty Stauffer,Elsa Mae Genz, Donna Saxby, Julie Stankrauff, Peg Varda.
Adding spirit to the home basketball games
with its pep band, increasing the enjoyment of
football games with its marching and playing,
and providing entertainment for the entire school
program, the band lends musical color and spice
to our school activities. In addition it partici-
pated in district music contest and received a
second division rating.
The pep band adds sparkle to the pep
BERNIE'S STANDARD SERVICE, M1. Morris, Illinois
This group of daLL'1ng bcautus lcd the b'1nd durmg football s marching season They
pmulud during the summcx 'md we-rn selcctui ln the fall as our majorettes The
glrls un M xrx Jo Luens Judy Mulcuy Jams Spencer Dlam Jones Betty Pearson
Judy KLstLd and Sharon Lamb
Bob bwul .md bubun Hall ruuvad a superior rating at thr Dlbtrxct Musxc Conn st and
an L xu llv. nt ruung at thx Slate Music Contest Suzy plaved ln a trombone trio and Bob
pluud 1 solo on hls French horn
FELKERS REXALL PHARMACY M1 Morrns Illmons
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Becky Behrens and Karen Kraft
were awarded music scholar- f
ships to music camp which they
will attend for a week during the f
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BACK ROW-Fred Zumdahl, Gary Dunk, Steve Colvin, Neil Madlena. Mike Powers, Gail Rothermel. Dale
Kinsley, Darrel Hollinger. ROW 3-Stuart Ross, Roger Hopkins, Steve Duncan, Steve Noonkesser, John
LeVar, Dave Warkins, David Powers.ROW 2-Corky Hachmeister,David Nelson, Doug Mcsscr. Doug Dusing,
Stu Zimmerman, Jay Kitzmiller, Carl Petty. ROW 1-Barbara Potter qaccompanistj, Bill Mongan, Gerald
Gruhn, Bob Sweet, Tom Williams, Ken Zipse, David Graf, Mr. Reckmeyer,
WESTGOR MUSIC STORE, "Across from Wards", Dixon, Illinois
BACK ROW-Marion Dollinger, Caren Spear, Diane Orr, Charlene Sandstrom. Joyce Schier, Joyce Miller,
Wilma Chlsm, Elvira Mongan, Betty Pearson, Lila Lee Brechters,Karen Wolfe. ROW 3-Judy Strite, Susan
Knowles, Elizabeth Priemer, Lucille Van Meir, Joyce Knowles, Kathy Dunk, Betty Stauffer, Virginia Ed-
wards, Pat Gilhooly, Judy Sweeney. ROW 2-Sandra Weber, Mary Jo Seiberllch, Rosalyn Pierce, Janice
Dusing, Myra Floto, Marsha Allen, Sharon Smith, Karen Kraft, Judy Ryan, Mrs. Kelsey. ROW 1-Carolee
Rouse, Suzanne Edwards, Judy Kested, Marlene Zittle, Suzanne Rhea, Judy Rothermel, Judy Mulcay, Mary
The Girls' Chorus, looking very pretty
in their formals, perform at the Spring
Out of this group are se-
lected the Treble Clef girls.
Girls' Chorus, directed by Mrs.
Kelsey, provides a fine founda-
tion for the selected Choruses
and has done a wonderful job
this year. They sang both at the
Spring Concert and Baccalaure-
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El.AINE'S BEAUTY SHOP, Mt, Morris, Illinois
Mrs. Kelsey is both the director and the
accompanist of Girls' Chorus, Treble
Clef, and Mello Tones.
Treble Clef this year sang in assembly and at the
Spring Concert. Mrs. Kelsey, director, helped
two trios and three soloists from this group
and Girls' Chorus prepare numbers for district
music contest. This was novel, because, for the
past several years, mixed chorus has been the
only singing group sent to contest.
BACK ROW-Sandi Powers, Joanne Horst, Becky Behrens, Carol Wiggins, Dolores Cassidy, Karen Frey,
Peggy Varda, Connie Frey, Julie Stankrauff,Ja.nis Spencer. MIDDLE ROW-Gayle Rowland, Lorelle Stauffer,
Donna Shindle, Ann Williams, Janet Knowles, Doree DuMont, Delores Kappenman, Phyllis Floto, Diane
Jones. FRONT ROW-Denise Burke, Donna Nelson, Sara Clark, Jeanne Davis, Sybil Dohlen, Bev Lawrence,
Mello-Tones is now in its
second year. Under the direction
of Mrs. Kelsey, this group has
sung for many organizations a-
round town, besides participa-
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BACK ROW-Dolores Cassidy, Karen Frey. ROW 3-Peggy Varda, Julie Stankrauff,
Janis Spencer, Connie Frey. ROW 2-Lorelle Stauffer, Ann Williams, Diane Jones,
Jeanne Davis, Doree DuMont.ROW 1-Lucille Van Meir, Donna Shindle, Susie Hall, Mrs.
Kelsey, Sara Clark, Karen Kraft, Kathy Dunk.
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G,A,A, members arm- the following: OUTSIDE ROW-Barbara Garkey, Judy Meeker, Doree DuMont, Diane
Jones. Charlene Sandslrom, Janet Fleer, Karon Frey, Janet Knowles, Joanne Horst, Connie Frey. INSIDE
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Mary Jo Ewens, Mcrilyn Greenwood, Elsa Mae Genz.
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lingcr, Donna Shindlo, Sandra Weber, Karen Larson,Janis Spencer, Julie Stankrauff. Barbara Potter, Gayle
Rowland, Put Gilhooly, Mary Kay Eller. INSIDE ROW-Elizabeth Stauffer, Susan Knowles, Lucille McDer-
mott, Becky Bchrvns, Lila Brechtcrs, Janice Dusing, Mary Jo Sciberlich, Eugenia Fleming,
BACK ROW-Larry Highbarger, Rodney Ruter,Joe Stengel,ArtClayton, Jerry Zellers. ROW 3-John Lantow,
Gary Blake, Fred Taylor, Larry Schier, Edgar Ruter.Kenny Barnhart. ROW 2-Don Van Meir, Paul Florea,
Kenneth Zipse, Mr. Burkhalter, Duane Blake, Bob Boysen,Ronnie Thomas. ROW 1-Ken Sheely, Lanny Beck,
Dick Butler, Don Snodgrass, Roger Diehl, Ralph Ubben.
Future Farmers of America
Officers of F41-TA are Don Snodgrass.
presidentg Ralph Ubben, sentinel, Gary
Anderson. vice-president, Roger Diehl,
secretary, Lanny Beck, reporlc-rg Ken
STOUFFER POULTRY FARM, Mr. Morris, Illinois
Roger mem poses with his hay rack John Lmmw proudly displays his
made in the the Ag workshop. Prize heifef-
A national organization for boys enrolled in
high school agriculture classes, the F.F.A. is one
of the more active organizations in our school.
This year two F.F.A. boys won special
recognition for their achievements. Dick Butler
won the DeKalb Agricultural Accomplishment
Award. He also received the Sectional award in
beef production. Dwayne Zipsc was honored by
receiving the State Farm Degree.
Jerry Zellers stands guard over his
Ron Thomas shows off his sheep
and his sheep hay rack.
Larry Highbarger is shown tickl-
lng his pet pig as the pig strug-
gles to get loose.
KEIG-STEVENS BAKING CO, BAKERS OF COLONIAL BREAD, Rockford, Illinois
BACK ROW-Darline Beard, Caren Spear, Marion Dollinger, Lila Lee Brechters, Kay qBlakey Masters,
Elizabeth Prlemer, Wilma Chlsm, Phyllis Floto, Elvira Mongan, Betty Pearson, Joyce Schier, Judy Strite,
Patty Schmidt, Karen Mangan, Karen Larson. ROW 3-Sceone Beck, Joanne Horst, Karen Wolfe, Rosalyn
Pierce, Bev Sheely, Myra Floto, Virginia Willis, Delores Kappenman, Rita Avey, Karen Barnhart, Mary
Kay I-Iller, Sandra Warfield, Shirley Thomas. ROW 2-Pat fwagamanj Stevens, Janet Fleer, Denise Burke,
Bev Lawrence, Karen Kraft, Marlene Zittle, Virginia Edwards, Joyce Arden, Saundra Thomas, Barbara
Potter, Gall Allen. ROW 1-Gretchen Conrad, Carolyn Kielsmeier, Mary Jo Seiberlich, Suzanne Edwards,
Sandra Zoeller, Diane Brennan, Mary Rodeffer, Elsa Mae Genz, Sharon Blake, Arla Beck, Sandra Myers,
Future Homemakers of America
Karen Mongan, at the mike, interviews a contestant,
Janet Fleer, during the "Queen for a Night" program
at the F.H,A. -G.A,A, Banquet, Mary KayEller,stand-
ing at right, is "camera-woman."
F,H,A. officers are Carolyn Kielsmeicr, president,
Phyllis Floto, secretary-treasurerg and Bev Law-
rence, vice president.
OREGON DAIRY, Oregon, Illinois
Personalities. . .
.W Board of Educahon
rn:-f-' On July 1 1957 the new Mount Morrls
Commumty Umt Dlstrlct was formed The mem
bers of the new Mount Morrxs Commumty Umt
Dlstrict Board of Educatlon took thexr office on
July 1 1957 Thls was the flrst tlme that the ele
Lina mentary schools and the hlgl school were placed
l..,.."":'-f under the supervlslon of one Board of Educatlon
The summer of 1957 was spent 111 worlung out the
transportation of all puplls a complete budget for
all schools a new set of pohcles and many de
tails necessary for the openmg of school
The Board of Educatlon belxeves that the
future growth and development of our communxty
and natlon and the preservatlon of our basxc free
doms are embod1ed 1n our young people The abllity of the young people to meet and solve these problems
the Board of Educatlon has attempted to g1ve the lugh school students ln the Mount Morrxs school as many
opportunitxes as poss1ble for thexr growth and development
In order to glve the students these opportunitles the Board of Education has made a complete study
of the currlculum from the f1rst grade through the twelfth It IS the desire of the Board of Education that all
students will be g1ven an opportunlty to take those subJects which w1ll best meet thelr needs and prepare
them for whatever vocatlon they might be mterested m later ln l1fe
The Board of Educatlon deslres that each student will make use of Mount Morrls to lus fullest capa
c1ty Buslness and mdustry are placing consxderable emphasis on a h1gh school educatlon and for this
reason the Board of Educatlon IS anxious to have every student take advantage of the opportunltles that
our lugh school offers them educatlonally socxally physlcally and vocatlonally
The Board of Educat1on IS proud of our school system and of the excellent cooperation g1ven by the
student body The Board of Educatlon takes this opportunlty to thank the students for thelr efforts and
cooperatlon xn helpmg to make our school one of the best ln northern Ill1no1s
BACK ROW Harold A Hoff Superintendent Merle Snodgrass Forest Kmsey Kenneth Zellers Henry We
ber FRONT ROW Robert Uriah Presxdent Llla Baker Secretary Wayne Pierce Vnce President
MANN GRAPHIC ARTS, Mt Morns, Illlnols
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will be determined by their education and its application in our democracy. As a result of this philosophy,
MR. HAROLD A. HOl7F,superintendent of schools, is a
graduate of Mt. Morris College and holds a Masters
Degree from the University of Wisconsin. Prior to
his coming to Mt. Morris, he taught at Mllledgeville,
This year he was honored by the community ata
banquet in recognition of having served twenty years
as a teacher, principal and superintendent ln the Mt,
Morris schools. Along with his duties as superinten-
dent, he also meets regularly with the boardof educa-
tion to carry out present and future planning, is a
member of the Legislative Committee ofthe Illinois
Education Association, and is adviser to the senior
MR C E KJNSLEY our principal received his bachelor s degree
from Manchester College and his Masters Degree from the Univer-
sity of Wisconsin. He is president of the Rock River Division of the
Illinois Education Association, Other duties include advising Stu-
dent Council, and offering educational and vocational guidance to
all students. He also teaches Latin I and II. Mr. Kinsley, pictured
below with Latin students who participated in the District Latin
Contest, presents an award to Janis Spencer who advanced to the
WHITNEY'S BUICK SALES, Oregon, Illinois
Qi? Facu ty
Mr Walder Mr Burstrom Mr Fahs
cnence and Mathematics
MR WALDER received his B A degree
from Iowa State Teachers College He
teaches biology and general sclence
coaches varsltyfootball frosh soph bas
ketball and xs an advlser to the Jumor
MR BURSTROM graduated from Luther
College earning a B S degree Algebra
II physics chemlstry trlgonometry and
psychology are classes whlch he teaches
In addltlon he coaches frosh soph foot
ball and golf
MR FAHS earned h1s A B degree at
Manchester College He teaches general
math algebra I and plane geometry
Also he IS the MOUNDER adv1ser
LIGHT'S JEWELRY STORE, Mt. Morris. Illinois
MISS STRICKLER, a newcomer to M.M.
H.S. this year, graduated from McPher-
son College with a bachelor's degree.
In addition to teaching freshman and
sophomore English, she advises Pep-
sters and the HILLTOPPER.
MRS. PRICE attended Albright, Sullins,
University of Michigan, and Columbia
University. She holds an A.B. degree.
Junior and senior students are in her
English classes. As adviser to the Dra-
matics Club, she has directed a number
of short plays this year.
Mr. Worley, Mr. Harvey
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Miss Strickler, Mrs. Price
MR. WORLEY teaches econo-
mics, civics, and American his-
tory. He also advises M-Club,
coaches varsity basketball and
track, serves as athletic direc-
tor and assists in the guidance
program. His undergraduate de-
gree was obtained from Mon-
mouth College and his M. Ed.
degree from the University of
MR. HARVEY, who received his
B.S. and M.S. degrees from the
University of Illinois, teaches
world history, is a driver edu-
cation instructor and advises Na-
tional Honor Society.
MISS KUNDERT received her B. Ed.
degree from Wisconsin State College at
Whitewater, Wisconsin and has taken
graduate work at Northern Illinois Uni-
versity. She teaches typingl and II, of-
fice practiceg advises the HILLTOPPER,
and is the librarian.
MR. CLARK, assistant football and track
coach, obtained his B.S. degree from
Illinois State Normal University. Driver
education, bookkeeping and general busi-
ness are the subjects which he teaches.
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Miss Kundert, Mr. Clark
MR. BURKHALTER attended
Iowa State University and the
University of Wisconsin. l-le has
a B.S. degree in agriculture and
is presently completing work on
his Masters Degree. In addition
to teaching vocational agricul-
ture, he is adviser of F.F.A.
and teaches veteran's classes in
MISS BARNES, who received her B.S.
degree from Carthage College, teaches
home economics. She is also F.H.A.
Gretchen Conrad demonstrates her skill at the sewing machine for
MR. MAYES, a graduate of Western
Illinois University, obtained his Masters
Degree from the University of Illinois.
He teaches industrial arts and coaches
junior varsity basketball.
MT. MORRIS DRESS SHOP, Mi. Morris, Illinois
Mr. Reckmeyer, Mrs. Kelsey
MISS JACOBSON attended Whea-
ton College where she obtained
her B.S. degree. Teaching all
girl's P.E. classes and serving
as adviser to G.A.A. a.nd the
junior class are her duties.
MR. BEHRENS attendedlndepen-
dence Junior College and Okla-
homa City University where he
received his B.A. and M.S. de-
grees. i'Lew" teaches boy's
physical education and coaches
MR. RECKMEYER received his
B.A., Bachelor of Music Educa-
and Master of Music Educa-
degrees from Millikin Uni-
versity. ln addition to directing
the band, boy's chorus and mixed
chorus, he gives individual les-
sons and coaches small ensem-
bles and soloists.
MRS. KELSEYearned her Bache-
lor of Music Degree from Illinois
Wesleyan. She directs girl's cho-
rus, Treble Clef, and Mello-
Tones in addition to teaching
music in the junior high school.
"BlNG" KUNTEZELMAN, BARBER, Oregon, Illinois
MR. FREY, one of the janitors, MR. LUNDQUIST Y-'flies time out
also drives a school bus. fI'0m SWSSPUIK the han to Pose
for a picture.
wmsr Dusnnonrr, mms. HAGEMANN,
MRS- COLVIN- the Schwlsecfe' uns wA'r'rs and Mas 1-'LEER are the
'ary' records a grade in the per- cooks who prebare lunclr in the cafeteria.
manent record flle.
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FINCH FURNITURE, ML Morris, Illinois
Neil Unger and Rosemary Manis are
performing their task in the rugged
This year's freshmen have contri-
buted much to school life. Starting the
year with a burst of enthusiasm, they
have carried this trait over into the
many activities in which they have parti-
cipated--band, G.A.A., chorus, and
sports to mention only a few. At Christ-
mas, the gaily decorated trees brighten-
ing our halls were due to the efforts of
our youngest class, as were many other
small things around M.M.H.S. In these
things they are beginning to prepare
themselves for the coming years when
they will provide able leadership for our
Officers of the freshman class are president, Dave Millerg vice
president, Margaret Websterg secretary-treasurer, Carol Wiggins
and assistant secretary-treasurer, Mary Jo Seiberlich.
Class of the Future
Fred Buser sets Carol Wiggins' hair in anew style as Larry High-
barger and Bill Mongan daub make-up on Lucy McDermott and
Sally Stevens during freshman initiation,
CHICAGO MOTOR CLUB, Dixon, Illinois
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Alan Copeland Keith Davis Terry Davls
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Sophomore class officers are: Bill Un-
ger, secretary-treasurer, Gail Rother-
mel, president, and Dale Kinsley, vice-
Neil Madlena, attempting to draw atten-
tion to a dance advertisement, is having
little success. Suzanne Edwards,Marion
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cards: Myra Floto, Tom Flosi, Sha-
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The Sophomores, now thoroughly oriented, have completed their most peaceful year, with no major
events. However, this doesn't mean that they d1dn't participate fully in school activites. This class had the
largest turnout most G.A.A. evenings and lent its strength to the choruses and other organizations. Through
their many activities, they have not only proved themselves a school asset, but have gathered experience
for the next two years.
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their big events--the play and the prom.
In November juniors were especially rushed
getting set for "We Shook the Family Tree,"
their class play directed by Mr. Durham. Besides
those in the cast, others worked backstage, were
ushers, or did the big job of selling tickets and
plugging the play.
The Junior-Senior Prom in the spring brought
much time-consuming plarming and work. This
year a Parisian theme was decided upon and
christened "Paris Printempsf' Its over-all ef-
fect was that of a job well done.
Class advisers were Miss Jacobson and Mr.
These industrious juniors are laying grass for the
Guys and gals, both, willingly turned out to work on prom park scene.
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GARY WARD GOTTSCHALK
Gary came to M.M.H.S. from
Fort Atkinson, Wisconsin. his
sophomore year. He was amem-
ber of National Honor Society
3.45 Student Council 4, Annual
Staff 3 ,4g and M-Club 2.3.4. Gary
was ln the class play 3. He was
vice-president of Student Coun-
cll 43 vlce-president of his class
3,4. Gary was another fine ath-
lete. He participated ln football
3.-tg and track 2,3.4. Gary was
captain of the football team dur-
ing his senior year. He received
the title "Mx: Courtesy" twice
during his high school years.
Gary worked lndustriously as co-
edltor of the llounder.
KAY ELIZABETH HOVIS
Kay was our pretty Homecoming
queen and an enthusiastic cheer-
leader at the games. She was a
member of G.A.A. 1,2,3g annual
staff 3,45 girls' chorus 1,25 and
Pepsters 2,3 ,4. Kay was Pep-
ster secretary-treasurer 2,
vice-president 3, and Pepster
president 4. She was a cheerlea-
der 1,2,3,4g attendant 1,2,3, and
Homecoming Queen 4. Kay served
as class secretary 1,4g and I'
class treasurer 3. She was also
a librarian her senior year.
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LANNY BRUCE BECK
"Mr, Dillon" did an excellent
job in basketball 1,2,4g track 2,
3,4g and football 1,2,3,4. He was
a member of the M-Club 2,3,4.
"HL Dillon" took a very active
part in F.F.A. 1,2,3,4. He was
F.F.A. Sentinel 54-56, and was
class President 4. He was a ll-
brarian his senior year. Lanny
managed the lighting in "Lost
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AVEY ELECTRIC lAlumnus of 1915-161, Mr. Morris, Ill-
CONNIE LYNN FREY
Connle, an attractive senior, was
kept busy at the telephone office
and at school with her numer-
ous activltles. She participated
in G.A.A. l,2,3,45 Pepsters 2,3,
45 forensics 1,25 and Hilltopper
3. Connie took part in the junior
class play. She portrayed her mu-
sical ability in band 3,45 girls'
chorus 1,25 Treble Clef 3,45 and
mixed chorus 3,4. Connie re-
ceived the "Future Homemakers
of America" award during her
GARY MARTIN DUNK
Gary, an outstanding athlete in
many sports, participatedinbas-
ketball l,2,3,45 football 1,2,3,45
and track 2,3,4. He was a mem-
ber of the K-Club 3,45boys'cho-
rus 1,2,45 mixed chorus 1,2,45
annual staff 3,45 and Student
Council 2,3,4. He was a strong
leader throughout high school.
Gary was president of Student
Council 45 and class president
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DAVID L. GRAF
"Dave," a husky football play-
er, sparked the gridiron 1,2,3,4.
"Dave" participated ln track 2,
3. He was a member of the M-
Club 2,3,4 and was elected pre-
sident hls senior year. "Dave"
was a member of boys' chorus
1,2,3,45 band 1,25 and mixedcho-
rus 1,2,3,45 because of his mu-
sic ability. During his senior
year he was basketball sports
manager and Tony in "Seven-
teenth Summer." "Dave" also
worked on the Hilltopper his
DOREE DU MONT
Doree, a senior gal who was
very active in high school, was
a member ofG.A.A. 1,2,3,4:Pep-
sters 2,3 .45 National Honor So-
ciety 3,45 annual staff 3,45 band
1,2,35 girls' chorus 15 Treble
Clef 2,3,45 and mixed chorus 2.
3.4. She played Helen in "Lost
Horizon." Doree was president
of G.A.A. her senior year and
vice-president of National Honor
Society also that year. She worked
many hours as co-editor of the
STUART CHARLES ROSS
"Stu" put much of his time and
hard work on the Hilltopper 3.4.
He was in the class play3. "Stu"
was amember of band 1,2,45boys'
chorus 45 mixed chorus 1,2. He
played football 1,2,35 track1,2,3.
"Stu" earned his letter and be-
came a member of the M-Club
3,4. "Stu" did fine as anefiicient
sports manager for basketball 2,
VAILE CLOTHING COMPANY, Dixon, Illinois
"Jan" served the Hllltopper well
as production editor 4. Her many
activities included G.A.A. 2,3 ,45
Pepsters 3.45 National Honor So-
ciety 3,45 and Hllltopper 2,3,4.
"Jan" took an active interest
in music. She was a member of
girls' chorus 25 Treble Clef 45
mixed chorus 3,45 and boys'cho-
rus fas a tenory 3. She was se-
cretary-treasurer of National
Honor Society her senior year.
You remember her as Miss
Brinklow, a missionary in "Lost
Horizon." "Jan" attended Har-
Brack High in Pennsylvania her
STEVE W. COLVIN
"Steverino" was chiefly interes-
ted in sports and music. He was
a member of band 1,2,3g boys'
chorus 1,2,3,4g mixed chorus 1,
2,3,4. He played football 1,2,3g
basketball 1,2,3,4g and golf 1,2,
3. "Steverino" earned his letter
to become a member of the M-
JOYCE ARLENE KNOWLES
"Joycie," a busy girl who con-
tributed a lot toM.M.H,S. ,trans-
ferred to Mt. Morris HigliSchool
from Har-Brack High School in
Pennsylvania, her sophomore
year. She was a member of
G.A.A. 2, Pepsters 2,3,4g annual
staff 3,4g girls' chorus 2,45 and
Hilltopper 2,3. This peppy mem-
ber of our class was a cheer-
leader 2,3,4. "Joycie" was se-
cretary-treasurer of her class
her sophomore year. She was an
attractive homecoming attendant
her senior year. "Joycie"was in
both class plays, but is mostly re-
membered as Angie in "Seven-
RICHARD DOUGLAS BUTLER
"Dick" was a member of the
Hllltopper 3. He sang in boys'
chorus 2,3, and mixed chorus
2,3. "Dick" was a faithful and
active member of F.F.A. 1,2,3,
4. He was Junior President of
F.F.A. his sophomore year and
Senior Reporter his junior year.
"Dick" participated in tennis 25
was football manager lg and was
in the class play 3.
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BARBARA KAY GARKEY
"Barb," friendly and active in
all she undertakes, was a mem-
ber of G.A.A. 1.2,3,41 Pepsters
2,3,4g National Honor Society 3,
41 Student Council 2,3,4, literary
editor of the Mounder 3,43 Hill-
topper 2: and girls' chorus1,2.
She served as recorder ofG.A.A.
2,33 secretary-treasurer of Stu-
dent Council 4g prompter of the
class play -ig and secretary of
her junior class.
HILARY LLOYD SATTGAST
Hilary, "a tennis enthusiast."
participated in tennis l,2,3,4,
basketball 1,2,3,4, football 4gand
the M-Club 3.4. He was active
in band 1,2,3,4g and Hilltopper 3,
4. Hilary was in forensics his
junior year, also that year he was
in the junior class play.
KLAPPRODT TRUCKING, Ph. l23, Mt. Morris, Illinois
JOANNE KAY HORST
"Jo," a swell friend ofeveryone,
was in G.A.A. 43 Hilltopper 41
class play 35 girls' chorus 1,
Treble Clef 2,3,4g and mixed
chorus 2,3 ,4. She contributed
much to the choruses. "Jo" was
active in F.H.A. 1,2,3,4. She was
a librarian her senior year.
STEVE SCHROCK JEWETT
Steve's main concern in high
school was sports. He partici-
pated in football l,2g basketball
l,4g golf 2,3,4g and track 1. This
fine athlete will be remembered
as Conway in "Lost Horizon,"
and Jack in "Seventeenth Sum-
CAROLYN RUTH KIELSMEIER
Carolyn, a cute little dark haired
librarian, did art work for the
Mounder 3,4. Most of Carolyn's
time was ocupied with F.H.A.
work. She was a member of
F.H.A. 1,2,3,4, being F.H.A. se-
cretary 2, F.H.A. vice-president
3, and F.H.A. president 4.
Gretchen was a member of G, A, A,
1,25 and Pepsters 2,3 ,4. You re-
member seeing her tn the coat-
check room at basketball games.
She was circulation manager of
the Mounder 4. Gretchen worked
on the Hilltopper 4. She was an
active member of F.H.A. 1,2,3,
4g and girls' chorus 1,2,3. She
was librarian 3,41 and F.H.A.
publicity chairman 3.
KENNETH LESLIE SMITH
"Ken" was a member of Student
Council 45 National Honor So-
ciety 3,4g Hilltopper 45 and band
1,2,3. His main interest centered
around agriculture. He was a
member of F.F.A. 1,2,3. "Ken"
was F.F.A. vice-president his
sophomore year and also his
junior year. He played Art, a
good-natured young fellow, inthe
JAMES EVAN SCHIELFELBEIN
"Jlm." a fine athlete who will
never be forgotten, was a mem-
ber of the annual staff 3,4. He
was librarian during his senior
year. "Jim" was vice-president
of the M-Club his junior and
senior years. He participated in
football 1,2,3,4g basketball 3,4g
and track 2,3 ,4.
HOUGH HARDWARE COMPANY, Mt. Morris, Illinois
RODNEY A. MILLER
"Bugs" will longbe remembered
for his fine contributions to M.M.
l-LS, in athletics. He was amem-
ber of the football team 1,2,3,4g
basketball l,2,3,4g track 1,2 ,3 ,4g
and M-Club 2,3,4. You will re-
member "Bugs" as Chan in
"Lost Horizon." He was vice-
president of his class his fresh-
man year, "Bugs" was secre-
tary-treasurer of M-Club his se-
Another of our able athletes was
"Dennis the Menace" as he was
called. He participated in foot-
ball 2,4g and basketball 1.2,-4. He
earned his letter to become a
member of M-Club 4.
ALAN EDWARD ANDERSON
"Andy" participated in band 1.2.
He played basketball 4. "Andy"
was on the track team 3.4. He is
a great ping pong player. He was
mainly interested in sports
throughout his high school years.
RICHARD STUART HERRMANN
"Herm" worked diligently on
the Hilltopper his freshman year.
He was a member of boys' cho-
rus 4g and mixed chorus -t. He
was a member of M-Club 1.
"I-lerm" did a swell job as sports
manager for basketball 12.3.41
football 1 ,2,3 .45 and track 1 ,2 .3 .-1.
DOUGLAS WILLIAM DERBY
"Doug" was a member of the
Student Council 1. He served his
class well as vice-president his
sophomore year. "Doug" was a
hard worker on class floats.
"Ham" played football l.1Z.3:
basketball I,2,3.4g and tennis 1.
3,-1. He was a member of the M-
Club 4, and sports were his
main concern in high school
MARLYS JEAN ROWLAND
Marlys was always a busy bea-
ver. She was kept busy by her
job at the bakery and her school
work. She was a member of
G.A,A. 1,2.3g and National Honor
Society 3.4. Marlys sangin girls'
chorus l,2. She was elected pre-
sident of the National Honor So-
ciety her senior year.
MARY KAY DAVIDSON
"Kati" enrolled in Mt. Morris
High School as a junior, trans-
ferring from Springfield High
School. Ohio. She was a member
of G.A.A. 3.4. Her dramatic abi-
lity was shown through her work
in forensics 3 "Kati" workedon
the Hilltopper 3. She played Mrs.
Morrow in "Seventeenth Sum-
mer." "Kati" was a member of
ROBERT S. SATTERFIELD
"Sat" was a member of band
1,2. He was on the golf team his
sophomore year. "Sat" will be
remembered as Martin, an ar-
rogant man of twenty-six. in the
WALTER AND DOROTHY'S RESTAURANT, ML Morris, Illinois
JAMES EVEHETT KEPLINGER
"Kepy" was kept busy outside
school with his job at the A Sz P
and his car. He played football
KENNETH SAMUEL DUNCAN
"Kevin" worked industriously on
the class floats and the prom.
He participated in football 1,2.
"Punk" always seemed to cheer
everyone with his humor. He
played football lg and track 1.
He will be remembered as Fitz
in "Seventeenth Summer . ' '
Joe was interested mainly in ag-
riculture and was a member of
"Lee," usually seen shooting
baskets at noon, took an interest
in business subjects, such as
typing and office practice.
ROBERT ALLEN SHOBE
"Bob" came to Mt. Morris
High School from Catholic Cen-
tral High in Springfield, Ohio,
his senior year, He is rather
quiet, but likeable and friendly.
He was always willing to help
on committees or anything asked
PLUM ELECTRIC CO., Mt. Morris, Illinois
JUDITH LILA MEEKER
"Judy" transferred to Mt. Mor-
ris the beginning of her sopho-
more year and returned to us
her senior year, after attending
Shreveport High, Louisiana, and
Jacksonville High, Texas. She
participated in G. A.A. 4.
JOYCE ELIZABETH ARDEN
Joyce transferred to Mt. Mor-
ris from Valparaiso High School
when a senior. She wasamember
of Pepsters 4, This cute blond
was an active member of F.H.A.
The graduates to-be receive final instructions from Mr, Hoff
about graduation exercises.
Bob Satterfield inpatientlyasks for last-minute
help. "Hurry up and fix my tie, and don't make
iz :oo right."
Doree DuMont gladly receives her diploma from Forest Kinsey while the others anxiously wait
Commencement exercises on Thursday, May 29, climaxed four long
years of high school training. The class of '58 now will face the
outside world. Whether we go into the work-a-day world or go on
to further schooling, we hope that we are adequately prepared.
After the exercises are finally over. Steve Colvin proudly states,
"Hey, Cats, we finally made it."
ARMBRUSTER TRUCKING, Mt. Morris, Illinois
The graduation audience was treated to addresses by
Valedictorian Doree DuMont and Salutatorian Marlys
Doree DuMont and Gary Gottschalk received the
Danforth Foundation's "I Dare You" Awards on being
chosen the outstanding boy and girl, Gary and Doree
were also runners-up for the American Legion
On the basis of their scholarship, courage, leadership,
companionship. character, service,and honor Barbara
Garkey and Gary Dunk were given the American Le-
gion Awards Barb also won the D4A,R, Award and
Gary the Index Athletic Award.
HAMlLL'S FURNITURE STORE, Dixon, Illinois
The annual staff w1shes to thank the busmess men and frxends who have sponsored pages in the 1958 MOUN
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CITIZENS STATE BAN K
MOUNT MORRIS ILLINOIS
Member F D I C
There ls N0 Short cut'
There IS no short cut no patent tram road to wisdom
After all the centurles of xnventlon the soul s path lxes through the thorny wllderness whxch
must stxll be trodden ln solltude w1th bleed1ng feet wlth sobs for help as lt was trodden by
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