Newman Central Catholic High School - Comary Yearbook (Sterling, IL)
- Class of 1959
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Together we came . . from farm,
year, we shared our high school days to
year, enriched our
. . together.
students of 1959, w
have done together.
minds with the wealth
ish to leave a record of
f familiar places
village, town, and city. In the past
gerher. We grew closer to God with the
of education, and spent our carefree hours
In this volume of the Comary we, the
the joys, cares, and expenses we have
We, atNewman, inthis volume, leave
friendly faces and of the many things we
"That which combined us was most great
let not a lesser action :end us. "
Father Thomas Green, pastor of St. Mary's parish, is always willing to take time out from
his busy schedule to talk with us. Marie Carney and Betty McFadden are taking advantage of
"Make God happy in yourmunity
We, the class of 1959, dedicate this volume ofthe Comary
to our school, Newman High.
Newman, we thank you for every help you've given us in the
years we've been under your guidance. We thank youfor the know-
ledge you haveyinstilled, the faith you have strengthened, and the
joy you have given us.
As we leave your familiar corridors for the last time, may
we say never will we forget you. Always will we love you, New-
man High School.
Sister Barbara Ann
Sister Mary Adella 7:
Reverend Frank Bonnike
Mr. Robert Cahail
Sister Mary Clarice
Sister Mary Denis
Sister Mary Dominica
Mr. Leo Foust
Sister Francis Therese
Reverend Joseph Highland
Mr. John Hutten
Mr. Robert Kennedy
Mrs. Margaret Knoll
Reverend Fredrick Larson
Y Sister Leorita
Sister Francis Therese, Principalg and Bob
Meyer, senior class president, plan school
activities for the students.
Mr. Don McGinn
Reverend William Meyers
Sister Mary Miguel
Sister Patricia Jean
Sister Patrick Marie
Miss Joanne Rau
Mr. Edward Scheck
Sister Dominica, Father Meyers, Sister Francis Therese, M.r. Don McGinn, Miss Joanne Rau,
and Sister Leorita examine the blueprints for the new high school which is being built.
Adviser Sister Patricia Jean, Co-Editors
Mary Lou Adams and Mary Burke, and
Assistant Editor Mary Hoffmiller keep
to the yearbook theme by working to-
MARIAN staff members Mary Pat Lease,
Sharon McKee, and Mary Austin give
cash support to COMARY staff members
Dennie Polzin and Jim Meyer.
Co-editors . . . . . Mary Lou Adams
Business Manager . . . Jim Meyer
Close quarters force yearbook staff members Art Baylis, Bob Koehler,
Emilie DePasquale, Ron Lawson, Pat England, Sharon Hill, Loraine
Bardouski, to work together.
Sports Editor ....... Ron Lawson
Formal Photography . .Lyle Eshelman
Make-up Staff .... Mary Hoffmiller
Business Staff .... Dennis Polzing
Sports Assistant . . . Bob Koehler
Bob Meyer, President
Susan Sullivan, Vice-President
Janet Mohr, Secretary
Shamus Moore, Treasurer
Sister Mary Clarice
Behold, how good and how pleasant
it is forbrethern to dwell together in
ROBERT MEYER SUSAN SULLIVAN
PRESIDENT ..... . . Robert Meyer
VICE-PRESIDENT . . . . Susan Sullivan
TREASURER . . . . . Shamus Moore
SECRETARY . . . Janet Mohr
Sister M. Clarice
Sister Pauick Marie
"Let's have a dance after the game. " JANET MOHR
TOM ACKERT I U DY AUGUSTINE
MARY LOU ADAMS
"Time out for lunch. "
LOU ISE ALDRICH
"There's years of work in there. "
LORRAINE BARDOUSKI JOHN BARTEL
DICK BRECHON KEN BOESEN
"None of those lunch time rides, Marie.
CO NCU T ELLI
A mid-day snack
GARY GARLAND "Ladies firs
JOHN GILLMAN ROSEMARY GLEASON
How about a cha cha?" EUGENE GRENNAN
'How about s o me potato chips, Mary?"
SHARON HILL ADRIENNE HENRY
"Forgot my lunch again, mom"
I ERRY KOBBEMAN DAVE KOEHLER
KAREN KNOLL DAVID KOOY
"Chivalry is not dead. "
PAT LENDMAN RONALD LAWSON
MARY ANN MC ANDREWS KATHY MC ANDREWS
' "Is the test very hard, Sister?"
ELIZABETH Mc mama CAROL Mc CAFFREY
We'11 take two, Kay. 4
JERRY MC CORMICK
MARGIE MC CORMICK
KAY MC DONNELL BETTY MC FADDEN
L When is your book due, Jim?
JUDY MC GINN
FLOYD MC KENNA
LLOYD MC KENNA HM MEYER
" Play Chopsticks will you?
FRED POW ERS
"Anyone want to donate a brain?
PAT RANSO M
TOM REG AN
"Sure you're on the right
DAVE SPROU L
"None of that lunch-time
"Good thing Sister isn't here! "
RGBERT VOCK GERALD WHITMORE
HARVEY VALDIVIA SHARON ZINNANNI
Bill Gartner, Margaret Kellen, Jerry Kobbeman, Susan Sullivan, Jim Meyer, Judy
Augustine, Carol McCaffrey, Mary Austin were inducted into the National Honor
Society of Secondary Schools on June 1. Requirements for membership are high
scholastic attainment, personal integrity, and marked leadership ability.
Honors Conferred by Bishop Loras T. Lane on the
night of graduation, June 1.
James Meyer - Beatrice Bittorf Jacobs Scholarship
Susan Sullivan - St. Catherine of Sienna Medal
Bill Gartner - Lewis College Scholarshipg Perfect
Mary Austin - Loretto Heights Scholarship
"Give to all peace,
concord and unity.
CLASS OFFICERS: Ann MCGinn, Mike Regan, Rosemary
Hermes, and Doug Miller plan prom activities with Sister
"Go aheadgl won't do anything. " Terry McDonnell, Jane Kaup,
and Peggy Naughton.
Could this be hutch hour? Mark Bauer, LeRoy Razo, Dorothy
Razo, Joan Noe, Pat Palmer, Eileen McKenna.
Is this how you do it? Jill Brown, Virginia Villa, Larry Stein-
hagen, Dick Valdivia, Carolyn Whitebread, Carol Yowell.
"Holy Mary, Mother of God . . . . . " PeggyGrennan, Kar-
en Snider, Neil Garland, Flora Gordon, Janet Herback, Maurice
Whar's so amusing, Pat? Mary Pat Lease, Pat Ryan, Sylvia
McMullen, Tim O'Neil, Bob Koehler, Sharon McKee.
Sherry Cramburg, Pat Carmody, Emily DePasquale, Bob Deits,
Penny Fester, Gerri Caldarola, Julie Dale, Jack Brown, and
Dick Oberholtz gather to read the latest MARIAN.
Juniors "conversate" on the convent steps. Dale Dace, Pat
Burke, Michele Brouilette, Shirley Boedigheimer, Joe Fer-
nandez, Harry Forehand.
Book reports due tomorrow? Pat Joyce, Frank Cesarek, Bill
Boesen, Judy Lauff, Margie Rios, and Rita Martinez.
Tell us too, Melissa. Jim Henry, Melissa Reuter, Joe Hodge,
Don Zinnani, Judy Lendman, Dave Gordon, Larry -Carrino.
What's so interesting! Karen Rakestraw, Bill Rice, Jim Mc-
Cormick, Linda Adams .
Juniors not pictured: Angie Manzano, Joan Regan,
Jim Frasor, Tom Nichols, and John Ross.
It might explode, Watch out! Mary Lou Wells, MarvinJuarez
Joanne Bland, Tom Welsch, Janice Bruno, Laura Bohnert
Dan Reeser, President
Mary Lou Menz, Vice-President
Steve Duerst, Treasurer
Nancy Schrader, Secretary
Mr . Leo Foust
Iwould we were all of one mind
and one mind good.
Mr Foust goes over pop corn sale wrth of
f1cers Steve Duerst Mary Lou Menz Nancy
Schrader and Dan Reeser
John Juarez, Gloria Razo, Denny McCor-
mick, Chuck Potts, Steve Duerst, Lucille
Van Wassenhove, and Nancy Papoccia seem
amazed at the wonders of a microscope.
A casual get-together. Mary Hellem, Shar-
on Klocke, Mary Pat Foley, Theresa Sutton,
Mike Clavin, Jim Finn, Kathy McKee,
Terry McMullen, Tom Frickleton, and
Mary Jo Thompson, Mary Hutten, Anita
McBride, Nancy Schrader, David Anrews,
Don Craft, and Dick Bogott help Sister with
her business work.
Why the line up, girls? Kathy Egan,
Judy Finn, Barbara Gleason, Norene
O'Nei1, Sharon Goy, Ann Cunniff, and
Looks like Barbara Sondgeroth, Mary Guccione, Bob
Richards, Mary Sullivan, Mary Speaker, John Pichiotti,
Mike Preston had a good class last period.
What are you ringing, Robert Miller, Paul McCaffrey,
Betty Cunningham, Mary Cunniff, and Mary Car-
mondy, "The Bells of St. Mary's. "
Jim McCue, Joan Bartel, Bar-
bara Bartel, and Sandra Bellini
watch Don Koehler and Pete
Gartner behead Lincoln.
A typical morning finds Ron Adami, Tony Merlak,
Chuck Ackert, Mary Jane Murphy, Peggy Hoff-
miller, Dick Benton, and Judy Saunders in the busy
supply room with Sister Mary Denis.
"Are you coming?" Mary Lou Menz, Lupe Ortiz,
Susie Sleeper, Betty O'Malley, Tom Armoska, Larry
Brandon, Ed Bartel, and Dean Dace.
Where good friends meet -- Steve
Lendman, Gary Hall, Dan Hermes,
Sandra Cooney, Nancy Dempsey,
Karen Allen, and Agnes Aldrich.
Watch out below! Ed Acke, Mike Propheter, Michele
Herriry, Mary Carol Klocke, Sally Vittorio, Carol
Thompkins, and Sue Nicol.
Newman beanies fascinate sopho-
mores Bernadette Gothwaite, Louise
Fatchel, Kay Faivre, Ginger
Grennan, Dan Reeser, and Dennis
lim Kobbeman, President
Sandra, Buckmeier, Vice-President
John Ybarra., Treasurer
Carol Helms, Secretary
Sister M . Miuel
"Everything that lives, lives not a
lone nor for itself. "
Cla s s o ffic e r s Sandra Buchmeier,
John Ybarra, Jim Kobbeman, and Carol
Helms make a visit to the nurses' office.
"Will it hurt?"
"Gee, I just can't decide what to get. "
Gerald Boedigheimer, Sharon Cesarek,
Mark Moore, Bill McCue, Sally
Meisel, Jim Mullen, and Terry Moore.
"Back to school again. "
Ann Faivre, Pam Bardo, Jessie Delgado
and Linda Dondero.
Everybody relaxes at the end of the day
. . including the janitor. Wayne Vic-
toria, Sue Troye, Bill Welch, Mr.
McCleary, and Bev Shultz, Ray Villa,
and Jim Wendle.
Fines or Fees??? Sister Leorita receives
one of the two from this group. They
are Julie Meyer, Mary Regan, George
Ransom, Frances Perez, Fred Norris,
and Herbert Priester.
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One of the favorite pastimes of New-
manites is conversing during noon -hour.
A typical group includes Anna Marie
Arnisqueta, Mike Cesarek, Janet Kraus,
Rose McBride, Terry Hoeler, Marilyn
Hedrick, and Jean Harvel.
Between class rush. Joanne Boeson, Vickie Bramm, Marietta
Adams, Carol Empen, Marie Cesarek.
"Beat that drum, Mike." Mary McGinn, Dennis Bradley, Gary
Dace, Mike Mohr, Jim Allen, Kathy Beien, Kathy Burke.
What are you drawing, boys? ,Terry Kelly, Marvin Bohnert,
Steve Flosi, Bill Adams, Ioel Floto.
"Don't look down, now!"
Christine Valdivia, Sharon Adami, Dick Clementz, and Tom Finne-
"Row, row, row your boat . . . "
Pat Propheter, Meg McDonnell, Mary
Grieb, John Kiefer, Sharon Sondgeroth,
and Leo McAndrews.
"On1y 100 calories!"
Ruth Manzano, Jack Lawrance, Sharon Kelly,
Ed Martinez, Sister Adella, and Barbara
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Smooth runs the water where the
brook runs deep.
Now what would you do in a
position like this, Mary?"
Most of the students
time is spent in the classroom.
The greatest activity of the
student is learning and training
Hutten, my ribbon
just broke. "
"Now all we need is a boat to
pull us. !"
Alex Rios, Mary Austin, Chuck
Potts, and Gerri Caldarola werethe
officers elected to head the student
This year the Student Council was revived at Newman. Most of the students presently at
Newman did not realize that there had been a Council here before. Although there had been no
active Student Council since 1955, it was at one time an important organization in the school.
Sister Ellen Mary, previous principal, started to revive the Council when in 1957 and
1958 she called meetings of all the heads of organizations of the school. Sister Francis Therese
again called the heads of the clubs and groups and suggested to them that the Council be revived
at Newman. After this group una.ni.mously voted to put it before the student body.
'I'he students voted 186 to 89 in favor of the Student Council. The faculty then voted to
approve the Council and on Friday February 16th, Al Rios, Mary Austin, Chuck Potts, and Gerri
Caldarola took over as officers of the Newman Student Council.
Before the students were asked to vote for the Council they were told that the purpose
of the Council was to promote unity between the students and the faculty. They were told that the
group making up the governing power of the Council would have the power to petition the faculty
and make request for the entire student body.
The Sodality officers Emilie DePasqua1e, treasurerg Sylvia McMullen,
secretary and Marie Carney, vice-prefectg help Sharon Hill, prefect,
with the Sodality bulletin board for the coming month.
Moderator: Sister Patrick Marie
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Something new was added to the
activities of the Newman girls when
this year they took a Sodality sponsored
trip to Kentucky. The highlight of
the trip was a visit to the Loretto
Motherhouse, Loretto Kentucky. Ste-
phen Foster's "My Old Kentucky Home"
and Gethsemani, a trappist monastery,
were among the other places of inter-
est enjoyed by the girls.
The Catholic Student's Mission Crusade
is a new student organization at New-
man interested in helping the foreign
missions. Sister Miguel is the adviser,
and Janet Mohr, Jim Meyers, Harry
Forehand, and Sherry Cramberg are the
Here Mrs. Mary Mohr, R.N.,he1ps
the officers pack medicine collected
for the missions.
The Young Christian Students is an
organization of high school boys. Its
purpose is to promote awareness of
Christ 's place in a student's life. Father
Bonnike is the adviser, and its officers
are, Gary Garland, Dave Koehler, Jerry
Kobbeman, Bob Vock, and Denny Polzin.
This group of junior and senior
girls under the advisership of Father
Larson voluntarily give weekly re-
ligious instructions to public school
FRONT ROW, Left to Right: Pat Terrock, Penny Fester, Lupe Ortiz, Mary McGinn, Nancy
Fonder, Larry Skala, Tom Murphy, Kathy Burke, Dianne McCormick, Linda Adams, .T anet Mohr,
and Marilyn Hedrick. SECOND ROW: Carol Fatchel, Connie Fester, Ronnie Whitebread, Pat
Propheter, Linda Snyder, Donna Bramrn, Dave Andrews, Mike Propheter. THIRD ROW: Ruth
Shumaker, Ed Bartel, Nancy Grennan, Bob Diets, Christine Lease, Bob Bauer, Tom Guccione,
Gary Dace, Tom Ackert, Pat Murphy, Kathy Murphy, Herb Priester, Dick Clementz, Mike
Mohr, Gary Hall and Dean Dace.
Band Director Mr. Robert Cahail
BACK ROW, Left to Right: Ruth
Manzano, Barb McA1eese, Anna Ma-
rie Amesquita, Mary Beth Hutten,
Margaret Kellen, Susie Sullivan,
P at Lendman, Margaret Galindo, P at
Palmer, Mary Lou Menz, Virginia
Villa, Dave Kooy, Rosemary Her-
mes, Mary PatLease. FIRST ROW:
Rosemary Gleason, Dorothy Razo,
Christine Valdivia and Angie Man-
Sister Barbara Ann
FRONT ROW: Barbara Bartel, Michele Herrity, Dorothy Razo,MargieRios, Gloria Razo, Mary
Jane Murphy, Kathy Egan, Nancy Matera, Mary Sullivan, Betty O'Malley, Mary Austin, Pat Ter-
roch, Sharon Gregorius, Pat Lendman. SECOND ROW: Sandra Bellini, Nancy Dempsey, Adrienne
Henry, Sally Victorio, Shirley Boedigheimer, Anita McBride, Pat Burke, Norene O'Neil, Janet
Herbach, Sandra King, Flora Gordon, BernadetteGothwaite, Mary Lou Wells, Karen Snider. THIRD
ROW: Mary Lou Menz, Sharon Klocke, RoseMarie Bressanelli, Betty Cunningham, Angie Man-
zano, Sharon Goy, Mary Beth Hutton, Sharon McKee, Peggy Hoffmiller, Barbara Gleason, Ann
Cunniff, Sandra Cooney. FOURTH ROW: Marie Carney, Loraine Bardouski, Carol Foley, Lupe
Ortiz, Virginia Villa, Sue Sleeper, Judy Finn, Pat Murphy, ,Tudy Lendman, Sue Nicol, Kathy Mc-
Kee, Mary ,To Thompson, Melissa Reuter.
1959 was a busy year for the Glee Club. Besides the annual Christmas Concert, the Glee Club sang at the program
IH honor of Our Lady of Guadalupe, the Diocesan Mass in Rockford, and the Mass and Music Festival in Aurora
FRONT ROW: Betty McFadden, Pat Palmer, Peggy Naughton, Ginger Grennan, Karen Allen,
Nancy Papoccia, Sandy Michel, Mary Hermes, Kay McDonnell, Judy Augustine, Sharon Zinanni,
Mike Propheter, Pete Gartner. SECOND ROW: Lucille Van Wassenhove, Joan Regan, Mary
Carol Klocke, Sharon Hill, Margaret Beien, Theresa Sutton, Mary Hellem, Kay F aivre, Joan
Bartel, Karen Knoll, Dave Kooy, Herb Priester, Sister Barbara Ann, Director. THIRD ROW:
Rosemary Gleason, Mary Cunniff, Nancy Schrader, Kathy McAndrews, Judy Lauff, Carolyn White-
bread, Nadine Nelson, Laura Bohnert, Mary Speaker, Dave Sproul, J im Frasor, Bill Gartner,
Art Baylis, Richard Benton. FOURTH ROW: Pat Joyce, Judy McGinn, Penny F ester, Mary Car-
mody, Mary Guccione, Mary Hoffmiller, Linda Adams, Carol Tompkins, Terry McMullen, Bob
Miller, Dan Hermes, Bob Vock, Tom Welch, Don Koehler.
Bill tries to get clever ideas for the next
issue of the Marian from Co-editor Sue
Sullivan and some of their assistants,
Tim O'Neil, Jim Frasor, Sylvia Mc-
Mullen, Gerri Caldarola, Ron Lawson,
and Margaret Kellen.
Faculty Adviser, Sister Patricia Jean.
Staff members set out to deliver the latest issue of the Marian.
Bill Gartner, Susie Sullivan, and Judy
Augustine go over last minute details
before posting the assignment sheet.
As an organ of communication the
MARIAN, the school paper, aims at
drawing the students and faculty closer
together as a family.
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by the students of
Newman High School
Sue Sullivan, Bill Gartner
ASSISTANT EDITOR ...... Judy Augustine
ASSOCIATE EDITORS .... Margaret Kellen,
EDITORIAL EDITOR ....... Gerri Caldarola
FEATURE EDITOR.. . ..... Pat Carmody
ARTIST ...,,......,.... Michele Brouilette
BUSINESS MANAGER ....,..... Bob Vock
REPORTERS ...... Mary Lou Adams,.Karen
Knoll, Rosemary Hermes, Margaret Beien,
Sharon Hill, Delores Riess, Mary Burke,
Sharon McKee, Pat Joyce, Karen Allen.
Kay Faivre, Kathleen Mc-
Kee, Nancy Papoccia, Mary Sullivan, Lupe
SPORTS WRITERS ....... Jim Frasor, Ron
Lawson, Tom Nichols, Tim O'Neil
TYPISTS ....... Mary Austin, Karen Knoll
Emilie DePasquale. Mary Pat Lease
CIRCULATION ...... Rosemarie Bressanelli,
George Ransom, Melissa Router
The Girls' Athletic Association is under the advisership of Miss Rau. It is an
association for all high school girls with the promotion of better sportsman-
ship as its chief purpose. Although much of the time is spent in sports, the
G.A.A. also puts on a carnival, Christmas party, two banquets and initiation.
The major officers are: Rosemary Gleason, Secretaryg Pat England, Vice-
Presidentg Miss Joanne Rau, Adviserg Rose Marie Bressanelli, Presidentg
Mary Austin, Treasurer.
The job of the minor officers is to act as
chairman of the various sports and ac-
tivities offered by the G.A.A.
Angie Manzano, Margie McCormick, Sandra Cooney, Kay McDonnell,
Ann McGinn, and Nancy Schrader.
"I hope the children at Saint Vincent's like these dolls," say Dave
Sproul, John Bartel, and Art Baylis.
The members of the Library Club are
a great help to Sister Mary Clarice in her
library work. They devoted a great deal of
their free time to library work.
OFFICERS: Marie Carney, Presidentg ,Tan-
ice Bruno, Secretaryg and Mary Pat Foley,
The Industrial Arts Club is organized
to promote both craft work and shop skill
through movies, speakers, and books. This
year the boys sold dolls at Christmas time
and operated the concession stand at our bas-
This year the Industrial Arts Club of
Newman became a member of the Illinois
Industrial Education Club. They received
their charter April 23, 1959.
OFFICERS: ,Tohn Bartel, Presidentg Gary
Garland, Vice-Presientg Art Baylis, Sec-
retaryg Dave Sproul, Treasurerg and Bob
Librarians inspect a volume of the new encyclopedia. Judy Saunders
Carol McCaffrey, Barbara Bartel, and Gloria Razo.
Gin g e r Grennan, Meg McDonnell, Bev
Schultz, and Kathy McKee led the cheers
for a very successful Fresh- Soph season.
All through the
season those four
Mary Austin, Judy
Augustine, Janet Mohr,
and Kay McDonnell
could be found at the
Newman games, cheering
and smiling, and most
of all representing
the school in a
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On November 1, 1959, Patricia England was crowned to reign over the Homecoming dance
as Queen Pat. Her attendants were Sandra Buckmeier, Ann McGim1, Susie Sullivan, Mary
Austin, Mary Hermes, Janet Mohr, and Mary Lou Menz. Team representatives pictured are Torn
Regan, Ken Boesen, and Ed Sandoval.
Co-captains Tom Regan and Ken Boe-
sen crown Pat. The crowning was followed
by a long remembered dance.
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Pat Terrock, Mary Lou Adams, Denny Polzin, Kathy McAndrews, Judy Augustine, Jerry
Kobbeman, Joel Francque, Bob Vock, Jim Meyer, fkneelingj Jerry McCormick, Mary Austin,
Shamus Moore, Janet Mohr, Ed Hermes, Judy McGinn, and David Kooy.
Mother . .
Anne . . .
Enerstine . .
Martha . .
Frank . .
Bill . .
Dan . . .
Lillian . .
Miss Brill ,
Joe Scales, ,
Doc Burton . .
. . Shamus Moore
. . Mary Austin
. . . . Janet Mohr
. . . Judy Augustine
. . . Kathy McAndrews
. . . . . Jim Meyers
. . Joel Francque
. . . . Bob Vock
. . Jerry Kobbeman
. . Mary Lou Adams
. . Dennis Polzin
. . Pat Terrock
. . . Ed Hermes
. . . Judy McGinn
. . Jerry McCormick
. . . . David Kooy
"Cheaper by the Dozen" is the story of a rather
large family of 1920. In fact, Mother and Father
Gilbreth were the parents of,twe1ve "Angels".
In the play Anne, the oldest girl, suddenly
becomes interested in the opposite sex. Her father,
the defender of efficiency, has little use for spend-
ing time drinking sodas, riding in cars, movies, or
dancing, and the chaos that follows proves to de-
light audiences of all ages.
DIRECTOR: MI. Don McGinn
STAGING: Bill Gartner, Sue Sullivan, Gary Garland
LIGHTING: Ken Boesen, Bob Meyer, Gene Grennan
The prominaders danced till mid-
night to the music of Marvin
One of the biggest nights of
the year in the lives of juniors and
seniors is the night that they go
forth into the spotlights and enter
into the world known as prom
This year the seniors were
guests at "Stairway to the Stars. "
The juniors transposed the New-
man gym to a paradise on earth.
Only in their Dancing attire could
these Newmanites look so dreamy
and grown up.
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Sharon Hill, a tt e nd e d by her
court, Norene O'Neil, Mary Pat
Lease, Marie Carney, Sylvia Mc-
Mullen, Emilie De Pasquale,
Dorothy Razo, and Sandra Bellini,
crowns the Blessed Mother.
Father Green speaks to the Soda-
lists following the crowning of Our
Sister Patrick Marie Sodality Mod-
erator congratulates the girls on
a lovely May Crowning.
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Bishop Loras T. Lane pre-
sented the senior class of 1959
with their diplomas June 1.
Alumni filled the auditor-
ium to see the class graduate,
for this was the last graduating
class of Newman High School.
The graduates proudly left
the commencement ceremony
with determination to uphold
the ideals that have been
taught at Newman High School
since it was founded in 1915.
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D. POLZIN T. REGAN E. GRENNAN E. SANDOVAL
K. BOESEN B, GARTNER I. KOBBEMAN D. KOEHLER
TOP ROW, Left to Right: D. Hermes, G. Grennan, D. Zinanni, F. Cesarek, I. Hodge, E.
Sandoval, H. Forehand. MIDDLE ROW: I. Kobbeman, J. Frasor, D. Koehler, L. Carrino,
D. Gordon, B. Boesen, B. Rice. BOTTOM ROW: B. Koehler, M. Propheter, P. Ryan, D.
Polzin, T. Regan fP1ayer of the Yearj, K. Boesen, B. Gartner, Coach Ed Scheck.
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D. GORDON J. HODGE D. ZINANNI B. RICE I. FRASOR H. FOREHAND
P. RYAN B. BOESEN B. KOEHLER L. CARRINO F. CESAREK D. HERMES M. PROPHETER
52.1 .501 zz..
TOP ROW, Left to Right: G. Kohl, J. Finn, D. Dace, R. Adami, J. McCue, G. Hall, S.
Duerst, I. Kiefer, J. Kobbeman, G. Kelly. MIDDLE ROW: M. King, Harms, E. Martinez,
Finnegan, Hermes, Wendle, W. Vittori, J. Ybarra, D. Reiley. BOTTOM ROW: Boedigheimer,
B. McCue, B. Adams, G. Ransom, P. Propheter, G. Dace, J. Allen, D. Clementz, I. Mullen,
and Coach Bob Kennedy.
St . Thomas
WON 2 LOST 7
Newman 20 Fulton 13
Newman 6 St. Marys O
Bettendorf 49 Newman 13
Amboy 14 Newman 6
MORRISON ST. THOMAS
BELOW: Ken Boesen, only senior
to complete the season, is one big
reason why the Comets had such a
good season this year, finishing
third in the Illowa Conference for
the 1958-59 basketball season.
ABOVE: Alex Rios was one of the mainstays of
the varsity basketball team until knocking his
right elbow out of place in a basketball game
at Fulton, Illinois in the late part of the season.
BELOW: Ed Sandoval, one of the
finest defensive basketball players
ever to play for Newman High
School, and a fine supplement to
the team this season, was chosen
King of Sports for the G. A. A. Car-
nival for his part in this years ath-
BOTTOM ROW, Left to Right: Manager Ed Bartel, Ed Sandoval, Al Rios, Dave Gordon, Doug
Miller, Bill Boesen, Assistant Manager, Mark Bauer. TOP ROW: Larry Carrino, Don Zinanni,
Jim Henry, Frank Ceserak, Ken Boesen, Harry Forehand, and Varsity Basketball Coach Bob
Dave Gordon Doug Miller Bill Boesen Harry Forehand
Jim Henry Don Zinanni Larry Carrino Frank Ceserak
TOP: I. Kiefer, E. Martinez, G. Kohl, D. Keeler, I. McCue, R. Villa, W. Vittori,
C. Ackert. MIDDLE: G. Ransom, J. Allen, D. Reeser, F. Norris, G. Boedigheimer,
E. Acke, B. McCue, M. Propheter, Mr. Don McGinn. BOTTOM: C. Potts, D. Reiley,
T. McMullen, D. Bogott, M. King, I. Ybarra, G. Hall.
ST. THOMAS ROCK FALLS FULTON
WON 18 LOST 9
N. 64 St. Thomas 66
N. 48 Rock Falls '74
N. 7 1 Fulton 79
N. 6 1 S t. Marys 58
N. 58 Bettendorf 60
N. 67 Mt. Morris 47
N. 73 Dewitt 57
N. 51 Morrison 47
N. 84 S avanna 7 6
N. 66 Amboy 60
' A WAY
N. 78 Tampico 49
ST- MARYS N. 61 Sterling so BETTENDORF
N. 83 Dewitt 55
N. 65 Morrison 69
N. 7 1 Bettendorf 64
N. 84 Savanna 78
N. 69 Amboy 45
N. 62 Fulton 7 9
N. 74 S t. Thomas 5 9
N. 74 S t. Marys 67
MORRIS ON HOLIDAY TOURNEY
N. 71 Prophets Town 52
N. 52 Morrison 54
N . 81 S avanna 63
NEW-MOR -ROC - STER -TOURN.
N. 66 Morrison 48
N. 67 Rock Falls 74
MT, MORRIS DEWITT
MORRISON SAVANNA AMBOY
N. 69 AMBOY 57 STERLING REGIONAL TOURNAMENT N. 61 ROCKQFALLS 70
TOP ROW, Left to Right: Coach Don McGinn, Larry Carrino, Faustino Baeza, Doug Miller, Bill Rice, Ken
Boesen, Harry Forehand, Coach Ed,Scheck. BOTTOM ROW: Mark Bauer, Bill Boesen, Jim Frasor, Don
Zinanni, Frank Ceserak, Dennis Polzin, Leroy Razo, Tim O'NeiL
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TOP ROW, Left to Right: Miller, Frickleton, King, Finnegan, Richards, Ackert, Kohl, Hall, Reily, Clavin,
Bogott.THIRD ROW: Flosi, Armoska, Picchiotti, M. Propheter,Craft, Andrews, Potts, Koehler, J. McCue,
Reiser. SECOND ROW: Coach Don McGinn, Finn, D. Dace, Duerst, Villa, B. McCue, Allen, Kiefer, Bress-
anelli, Ybarra, Coach Ed Scheck. FIRST ROW: Martinez, Merlak, Wendle, Virtori, P. Propheter, G.
Dace, Clementz, Ceserak, Mullen, Harms.
Bill Boesen, Gene Grennan, Frank Cesarek, Ken Boesen, .Terry Kobbeman
and Mr. Ed Scheck.
The Newman Letter Club, up to this year, had simply been an organization in name.
Now, due to the hard work of Coach Scheck and the officers of this year's N Club,
the organization is starting to go places.
As a club for the athletes of Newman High School, it has done a splendid job of
furthering the cause of good sportsmanship here at Newman this year. Congratulations
to Coach Scheck and the boys of the N Club. May we continue to be able to say "well
done" in the years to come.
TOM ACKERT: pp. 11,55
President 23 Football 13 Y.C.S. 2.
MARY LOU ADAMS: pp. 7,11,63
G.A.A. 1,2,3,43 Comary Co-Editor 43 Sodality
1,2,3,4: Class Play 4.
LOUISE ALDRICH: p. 11
Sodality 2,3,43 Marian 2,3: Glee Club 2,33 G.A.A.
JUDY AUGUSTINE: pp. 11,57,61,63,29
Cheerleader 2,3,4: Marian 2,3,43 Class Play 43
MARY AUSTIN: pp. 12,52,56,59,61,62,63,29
Student Council Vice-P resident 43 Homecoming
Candidate 4g G.A.A. Treasurer 43Cheerleader 2,4.
F AUSTINO BAEZA: p. 12
Industrial Arts 1,2,3,43 Cross Country ls Track
LORAINE BARDOUSKI: pp. 7,12,56
G.A.A. 1,2,3,43 C.S.M.C. 43 Sodality 2,3,4: Glee
JOHN BARTEL: p.p. l2,60. '
Basketball 2,33 Y.C.S. 2.3: C.S.M.C. 4: I1'1d11S12I'i211
Arts President 4.
ARTHUR BAYLIS: pp. 13,7,60,57
City Commissioner 43 Industrial Arts Secretary
43 Track 3.
MARGARET BEIEN: pp. 13,57
Sodality 2,3,43 C.S.M.C. 43 Marian2,3,43 GleeClub
KEN BOESEN: 13,62,7O,72,77
N Club President 43 Boys' State 3.
RICHARD BRECHON: p. 13.
ROSEMARIE BRESSANELLI: pp. 14,56,59
G.A.A. President 43 C.S.M.C. 43 Sodality Unit
Leader 43 Glee Club 2,3,4.
MARY BURKE: PP. 7,14
Cornary Co-Editor 43 Sodality Unit Leader 4j
G.A.A. Volleyball Chairman 3, Marian 2,3.
MARIE CARNEY: pp. l4,53,56.6O
Sodality Vice-President 43 Glee Club Secretary
3s Girls' State 33 Library President 3,4.
JUDY CONCUTELLI: p. 15
G.A.A. 1,2,3,43 Socality 2,3,43 Unit Leader 43 Glee
PHILLIP CORNWELL: p. 15
Industrial Arts l,2.
CONNIE CUNNINGHAM: p. 15
Glee Club 2,3,4Q C.S.M.C. 43 Sodality 2,3,43 G.A.A.
PAT ENGLAND: PP. 7,15, 59, 62
Class Vice-P resident 23 G.A.A. Vice-P resident 43
Homecoming QLIGSIIQ Sodality Secretary 3.
CAROL FOLEY: p. 16
G.A.A. l,2,3,43 Sodality 2,3,43 C.S.M.C. 43 Glee
JOEL FRANCQUE: pp. 16,63
Industrial Arts l,2.
GARY GARLAND: pp. 16,54,60
Y.C.S. l,2,3,43 Class President 23 Basketball 1,
2,33 Industrial Arts President 2.
BILL GARTNER: DD. l6,57,58,29
Football 1,2,3,43 Class President 33 Marian Co-
editor 43 Boys' State 3.
JOHN GILLMAN: p. 17
Industrial Arts l,2.
ROSEMARY GLEASON: pp. 17,55,57,59
Class Secretary 33 G.A.A. Secretary 43 Choir
1,2,3,43 Sodality Unit Leader 4.
SHARON GREGORIUS: pp. 17,56
Sodality Unit Leader 43 G.A.A. Carnival Chair-
man 2j C.S.M.C. 43 Glee Club 2,3,4.
GENE GRENNAN: pp. 17,77
Football 2,3,43 Boys' State 33 J' unior Class Treas-
urer 3g N Club 4.
ADRIENNE HENRY: pp. 1s,56.
Sodality 2,3,4: G.A.A. 1,2,3,43 Glee Club 3,43
ED HERMES: pp. 18,63
Basketball 1,2,33 Class Play 43 Football 1,2,3:
N Club 2,3.
MARY HERMES: pp. 18,57,62
Cheerleader 2,31 Class Vice-President 43 Glee
Club President 4.
SHARON HILL: DP. 18,53,57
Class Secretary 13 SodalityPrefect43CornaryStaff
43 Marian Assistant Editor 3.
MARY HOF FMILLER: pp. 19,7,57
Comary staff 43 G.A.A. 1,2,3,43 Sodality Unit
Leader 43 Glee Club 2, 3,4.
MARGARET KELLEN: pp. l9,55,58
Choir 1,2,3,43 G.A,A. 1,2,3,43 Marian Staff 2,3,4j
KAREN KNOLL: pp. 20,57
Marian 2,3,43 G.A.A. 1,2,3,43 Glee Club Secretary
43 Sodality 2,3,4.
JERRY KOBBEMAN: pp. 19,54,63,7O,77, 29
Football 1,2,3,43 Class President 23 Y.C.S. Presi-
dent 43 Class Play 4.
DAVID KOEHLER: PD. 19,70
Football 1,2,3,43 Y.C.S. 2,3,43 N Club 43 Band 1.
DAVID KOOY: p.p. 20,63
Choir 1,2,3,4g Glee Club l,2,3,4g Marian 3,4.
RON LAWSON: p. 7,2o,58
BOYS' State 3: Y.C.S. 2,33 Marian 2,3,4.
PAT LENDMAN: p 20,55,56
G.A.A. 1,2,3,4g Glee Club 2,3,4g Choir 2,3,4g
Pep Club 2.
KATHY MC ANDREWS: pp. 21, 57.63
Library Club 1,2,3,4g G.A.A. 1,2,3,4g Class Play
4: Sodality 2,3.
MARY ANN MC ANDREWS: p. 21
Sodality Unit Leader 43 G.A.A. 1,2,3,4g Student
Council Representative 4: G.A.A. Bowling Head 3.
ELIZABETH MC BRIDE: p. 21
G.A.A. l,2,3g Glee Club 2,3.
CAROL Mc CAFFERY: pp. 21,29
Class Secretary 2: G.A.A. 1,2,3,4g Sodality 2,3,4g
Sodality Unit Leader 4.
JERRY MC CORMICK: p. 22,63
Football 1,2,3g Basketball 1,25 N Club 1,2,3g
MARGIE Mc CORMICK: pp. 22,59
Sodality Treasurer 3: Sodality l,2,3,4g G.A.A. 1,
2,3,4, Bowling Chairman 3: Pep Club 1.
KAY MC DONNELL: pp. 22,57,59,61
Cheerleader 1,2,3,4g G.A.A. 1,2,3,4gSodal.ity2,3,4g
G.A.A. Basketball Chairman 4.
BETTY Mc FADDEN: p.22,57
G.A.A. 1,2,3,4g Sodality 2,3,4g Glee Club 2,3,4.
.TUDY MC GINN: PP. 23,63
Sodality 1,2,3,4: G.A.A. 1,2,3,4g Glee Club 4, Pep
FLOYD MC KENNA: p. 23
Industrial Arts l,2,3.
LLOYD MC KENNA: p.23
Industrial Arts l, 2, 3
BOB MEYER: p. 6,10
Class President 4: Football 1,2,3g Track 1.
.TIM MEYER: p. 23,54,7,29
C.S.M.C. President 4: Basketball 1,2,3g Y.C.S.
1,2,3,4g Comary 4.
PAT MURPHY: pp. 24,55
Band 1,2,3,4g G.A.A. 1,2,3,4g Glee Club 2,3,4: Pep
BOB NIESEN: p. 24
Football 1,2,3g Basketball 1,2,3g Track 1,23 NClub
SANDRA MICHEL: PP. 24,57
Glee Club 2,3,4: Sodality 2.3.45 G.A.A. 2,3,4g Pep
JANET MOHR: DP. 10,54,55,61,62,63
Cheerleader 4, Class Secretary 4, C.S.M.C. Sec-
retary 4: Head Majorette 4.
Sl-IAMUS MOORE: PP. 10,63
Industrial Arts 1,2,3,4g Class Treasurer 45 Class
NADINE NELSON: PP. 24,57
Sodality 1,2, G.A.A. 1,2,3,4g Glee Club 3,4.
DENNIS POLZIN: p. 7, 25, 54, 63, 70
Football 1, 2, 3, 4, Industrial Arts 1,2,3,4g Comary
45 Track 3, 4g Class Play 4: Y.C.S.4: Boys' State
FRED POWERS: p. 25
Football 1,2,3g Basketball 23 CityCommissioner 4:
N Club 2,3.
PAT RANSOM: p. 25
Industrial Arts 1,2,3,4.
TOM REGAN: pp. 26,62,70
Football l,2,3,4: N Club 3,43 Industrial Arts
JIM RIBORDY: p. 26
Football 1,2,3g Industrial Arts 3,4.
DELORES RIESS: 13.26
Sodality 2,3,4g G.A.A. 1,2,3,4: Marian 2,3,4g Pep
AL RIOS: pp. 26,73
Basketball 1,3,4g Student Council President 4.
HELENA RODRIQUEZ: p.27
G.A.A. 2,3,4g Our Lady of Good Council 4.
ED SANDOVAL: p. 27,70,73
Football 1,2,3,4g Basketball 2,3,4g N Club 2,3,4.
DAVE SPROUL: p. 27,57,60
Industrial Arts 1,2,3,4g Glee Club 1,2,3,4: Basket-
ball 1,2,4g Track l,2,3.
SUE SULLIVAN: DD. 10,55,58,62,29
Glee Club 2: Choir 1,2,3,4g Marian co-editor 4:
Class Vice-P resident 1,45 Sodality 2,3,4.
PAT TERROCK: pp. 27,56,53
G.A.A. 1,2,3,4g Sodality 1,2,3, Majorette 4, Glee
HARVEY VALDIVIA: p. 28
Industrial Arts 2,3,4g Student City Election: Boys'
State 33 Student Council Representative 4.
BOB VOCK: PP. 28,57,60,63
Basketball l,2,3g Y.C.S. 2,3,4: Industrial Arts
1,2,3,4: Glee Club 1,2,3,4.
GERALD WHITMORE: p. 28
Intramural Volleyball, IntrarnuralBasketball: P ing
Pong and Badminton Tournament.
SHARON ZINANNI: pp. 28, 57
Glee Club 2,3,4: Sodality 1,2,3,4: G.A.A. 1.2,
Like Coach Kennedy we would like to tell our benefactors something quite confidentially.
Without you we would not be able to finance the COMARY. We want you to know that
we appreciate it.
Boys' Athletic Association Frantz Manufacturing Company
Lawrence Brothers Wahl Clipper
National Manufacturing Company
Northwestern Steel dc Wire
Theresa Kobbeman leads three cheers for our sponsors. 44,-n
Artistic Floors Johnson Lumber Company Rock Falls Dairy
Auman's Knights of Columbus Rock River Sports Store
B 8aJ Barber Shop Charles O. Larson Company Sterling Schools of Beauty Culture
Bun Austin Chevrolet Speaker 85 Lendman Sterling Home Improvement
J. B. Dillon Oil Company McCormick Liquor Store Mil1's Auto Body Shop
General Distributing Company Prince Castles ,Fairfax Hardware
Halderman Pontiac Quality Oil Whiteside Grain Sc Milling Company
, Rock Falls Cleaners
Thank you for supporting our yearbook.
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A 81, S Dairy
Armabelle Ray Jewelry
Bachman's Fashion Shoe Store
Mr. and Mrs. William Bardouski
Bardo Rexall Drug Store
G. E. Behrens Company
Bender and Burch Music Company
Blackhawk Music Company
A. E. Bogott Sn Sons
F. P. Brown and Son
Burkholder's Broadway Texaco
Cashway Lumber Company
Coca Cola Company
Colonial Beauty Shop
Deem 85 Rick Tire Service
Dixie Carmel Corn Shop
Dunbar's Furniture Store
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Eberhardt's Auto Body Shop
Eberley's Drug Store
R. W. Flock Agency
Dr. Peter Gray
Grennan Sc Son Funeral Home
Haskell's Fifth Avenue Store
R. Heelings Cash Market
Herb 8a Lee Motors
Gary P. Hill's Agency
Hill's Electric Hardware Co.
Ed King Plumbing 85 Heating
Larson 's Texaco Station
Leo I . Lauff
Long Poultry House
D. Manfield Company
P. J. McAndrews
McDonnell's Real Estate
Dr. JohnJ. McDonnell
Dr. Torn J. McDonnell
Mt. and Mrs. Frank McFadden
Miami Dining Room
Mylin Agricultural Store
National Bank of Sterling
S. W. Naylor and Company
Overly Standard Station
People's Super Market
Dr. W. P. Rock
Rock Falls National Bank
Rock River Loan Corporation
Rock River Medical Center
S Kc K Clothing
Sears, Roebuck and Co.
Sterling Camera Center
Sterling Fashion Shop
Sterling -Rock Falls Clinic
Su1livan's Men's Store
Dr. Tim Sullivan
Weaver Sheet Metal
May we express our gratitude for the continued support
extended to the COMARY by the persons and firms listed above.
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