Normal Community High School - Echoes Yearbook (Normal, IL)
- Class of 1958
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In this 1958 edition of the Reverie
we have portrayed the Normal High
student as he participates in the various
phases of school life. We of the staff
hope that this Reverie will recall to
your mind many pleasant memories.
This year we have placed emphasis
upon a well-rounded student life
showing the student in both learning
and in extra -curricular activities. The
faculty members have been pictured
informally in the activity with which
they will be remembered.
Come with us now as the Normal
High Student opens the doors to
With deepest admiration and fondest appre-
ciation, the Normal High student dedicates this
1958 Reverie to you, our faculty. During our four
years of high school we have looked to you for
friendship and guidance. You welcomed us as we
opened the doors to knowledge and you en-
couraged us in our moments of apprehension.
Your words of wisdom guided us through the
difficulties of our sophomore year as we con-
tinued our search for knowledge. During our
junior year you helped cultivate in us such
traits as leadership and responsibility. As seniors
approaching the threshold to the future, your
patience and understanding proved a guiding
light in making many important decisions.
Your invaluable guidance and warm friend-
ship have been our constant companions
through our four years of high school. You have
put up with our pranks and overlooked our short-
comings. You have helped us mature and started
us off on the right foot. For all this, we say,
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Again we have passed another milestone at
N.C.H.S. and it is with regret that we bid our
Seniors a fond farewell. On behalf of the entire
staff, I offer you our most humble congratulations
and wish you success and good fortune in what-
ever you undertake in the future. In some small
way we hope that we have helped you to gain
the qualities of good citizenship, cooperation
and moral and spiritual values as well as a well-
rounded general education in academic and
vocational fields. May each and everyone of
you be an inspiration to those who are to follow
We wish the Juniors, Sophomores and Fresh-
men pleasant years to come at N.C.H.S. and will
be looking forward to your return next year with
a new and more vigorous determination to make
our school even better than it has been in the
Congratulations on your past progress and we
hope you will continue to look forward to high
R. E. Caton, Principal
This, the 1958 edition of the Reverie, records
in some measure the events of the 1957-58
school year. Through the media of print and
pictures, it portrays many of the happenings
that will come to mean more and more. These
will help each individual student recall many
other happy and worthwhile moments. The book
will mean a great deal to each Freshman,
Sophomore and Junior--still more to each
Congratulations to each on your success and
accomplishment to date. I hope that we of the
Unit 5 teaching staff have more than done our
part in helping prepare you for the tasks ahead.
As you write, so shall you read. lt is our
hope that you will continue to write in thought
and deed so that your personal reverie will be a
continuous record of high ideals and great
L. V. Krutsinger, Superintendent
L. V. Krutsinger, Supt., John English, Robert Spence, Albert H. I-Ioopes, Edward J. Bryan, Otto Laesch, Jake
Reeser, Sec., Mrs. Harry Barber, Pres., Edith Ax. Clerk.
The Board of Education of McLean County Unit District No. 5 is
composed of seven residents of the District. Elected for a three -year
term, their purpose is the establishment of school policy. A presi-
dent and a secretary are elected from the membership following the
annual election in April, and the Superintendent of the District
serves as administrative officer and advisor to the group. The actions
of the Board are recorded in a permanent file by the Clerk.
Members of the Board of Education at all times strive to maintain
high quality schools for the constituents of Unit 5.
The officers of the 1957 -58 Board are: Mrs. Edith Barber, Presi-
dentg Mr. Jake Reeser, Secretary. Two members did not choose to run
for re -election to the Boardg they are Edward Bryan and Albert
Mildred Kuhl Dora Kelley
Floyd Deerwester, Guenter Thor-
mann, Rebecca Dodson, Jerry
Landis, Earl Hanover.
Enna Scarbeary, Loretta Frink,
Minnie Reum, Helen Dunn.
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Mr. Hill Edith Ax
Superintendent of Secretary to Superintendent
Buildings and Grounds
Mr. Stein Gwen Pruyne
Transportation Director and Office Assistant
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SEATED: S. Todd, C. Fese, K. Draper, P. Sophie, J. Reum. STANDING: C. Burgess, R. Burress, S. Smith, M
Swearingen, E. Tambling, E. McCombs, T. Green, K. Stein, D. Anderson.
This year's Inkspot, cleviating from last
year's program, was entirely student pro-
duced. Also, juniors as well as seniors were
able to participate on the staff. Advertising
spaces were sold to various merchants during
the middle of the school year. Cartoonist
Tony Green furnished a cartoon for every
issue as well as smaller contributions. Since
editorship was rotated about every third
issue, everyone had a hand in this phase of
the production. An effort was made to publish DOROTHY STAUFFER
an issue about once every ten days. English
The Inkspot continued its membership in
the Illinois High School Press Association as
well as in the National High School Press
Association. Students enjoyed Scholastic
Roto, a picture magazine containing teen-
age news. This monthly publication was a
service of the National High School Press
In October Kim Stein and David Ander-
son, with their sponsor, Mrs. Dorothy
Stauffer, attended an Illinois High School
Press Association convention.
Sponsor of Inkspot
Robert Sharp James EWCDS
Head of Industrial Arts Dept. Industrial Arts
Diversified Occupations is a junior-senior course which offers two credits toward high school gradu-
ation. Students alternate on a half-day basis between regular school courses and on the job training. Stu-
dents are required to take two academic classes and one other class related to the occupation of their
choice. A training schedule is set up for rotating the student from one job to another within the
Students were trained in fourteen different occupations during the year. Training stations were
located in Towanda, Carlock, Bloomington, and Normal. This class permits students to train for specific
trade while earning learners' wages. They must work at least fifteen hours per week.
On March 20, 1958 the students from University High, Bloomington High, and Normal High attended
the annual banquet held in their honor.
ROW 1: J. Carlin, S. Swearingen, R. Michael, M. Burgess, S. Cortun, F. Filliponi, J. Hudgins. ROW 2: L.
Greene, R. Richardson, N. Matson, K. Firebaugh, N. Joseph, J. Ferguson, Z. Zortman. ROW 3: Mr. Sharp, J.
Preston, J. Stewart, T. Gibson, B. Hurst, R. Phillips, R. Lee, J. Greim, W. Marrs, Mr. Stagen.
ACCOMPANISTS: N. Myers, N. Watkins, J.
Wasson. ROW 1: M. Bates, R. Colvin, J. Gol-
liday, S. Smith, D. Miller, E. Quiggins, R.
Mentzer, K. Hayworth, K. Olson, K. Draper, G.
Southgate, R. Engler, J. Willets, J. Huber, R.
Ropp, R. Colvin, J. Washburn, J. Washburn, J.
Spear, C. Arends, J. Nardin, B. Hillard
Again this year the mixed choir, under the
capable direction of Duncan Miller, enriched the
cultural life of the students, faculty, and com-
munity. Appearing in both the Winter and Spring
Concerts, the choirs and girls' glee club sang
sacred and secular selections.
The mixed choir appeared at the state music
contest at Peoria in the class "A" division, as did
the girls' choir and the boys' choir. So many vocal
soloists and ensembles were active that it was
necessary to hold a preliminary to determine the
entries. Two girls' ensembles, two mixed ensembles
and many soloists competed in music contests,
Officers of the girls' choir were Joyce Reum,
president, Nancy Myers, vice -president, Connie
Fese, secretary, and Norma Watkins, librarian.
Norma Watkins accompanied the group.
Boys' choir was headed by Harlan McBurney,
presidentg Bruce Otto, vice -president, Ray Ropp, sec-
retary, and David Speers, librarian. Judy Wasson and
Nancy Myers were accompanists.
Each choir progressed musically during the year
which contributed to the success of the mixed choir.
The accompanists for the group are Norma Watkins
and Nancy Myers.
Cade, J. Sieg. ROW 2: C. Fese, J. Reum, J.
Denney, B. Wood, J. Fisher, R. Riddle, S. Todd,
J. Sizelove, D. Mekkelson, D. Dungan, B. Otto,
J. Alwes, C. Rongey, D. Kuster, J. Carnahan,
D. Speers, J. Maitland, R. Furrow, B. Galloway,
J. Engler, N. Pitts, L. Maxey, B. Cagley, M.
Granacher, N. Wurmle, S. Otto, N. Perschall.
ROW 1: D. Anderson, J. Golliday, K. Stein, R.
Riddle, M. Cade, B. Wood, S. Stto, L. Murray,
S. White, G. Cushman, B. Satterfield, M. Miller,
K. Olson, B. Galloway, P. Weger, W. Sutter.
ROW 2: J. Stoltz, J. Washbum, C. McBurney,
J. Nardin, J. Bryant, J. Quiggins, M. Reed, J.
Washburn, W. English, D. Sutter, L. Kewley, J.
Spear, J. Wasson, I. Voyles, S. Littell, A. Sut-
ter, L. Huffington, J. Rengel, J. Denney, D.
Row 3. D.Mi1ler,V. Rapp, P. sem, A. Tot-
ten, J. Vance, S. Tosh, K. Ulrich, J. Hend-
ricks, H. McBurney, J. Rupp, R. Morehead, D.
Anderson, K. Stein, L. Giesel, T. Fry, J.
Hendricks, P. Fowler, H. Schad, G. Mohr, D.
Cox, N. Wills, J. Washburn, E. Siebert, J.
Stoltz, J. Bryant, L. Galloway.
Under the able direction of Mr. Duncan Miller,
the Normal Community High School band provided
much pleasure and entertainment for the students and
faculty members. Participating in the I.S.N.U.
Homecoming parade and band contest, it received
trophies for the best playing band and the best
overall performance. The appearance of the band at
all home football and basketball games added pep
to these events.
The 107 members of the band combined with the
choir to provide the traditional Christmas concert. In
the spring another fine music concert was given by
the music department.
Included in the social events of the music
department were a chili supper given by Mr. and
Mrs. Duncan Miller and the annual spring picnic.
The officers for the year were: Bruce Otto,
President, Melanie Cade, Vice -Presidentg Larry
Sylvester, Secretary, and George Southgate
Hohnson, W. Colton, J. Adams, D. Fomenko,
D. Woodrum, D. Cawood. ROW 3: M. Alwes,
B. Bryan, B. Stephens, N. Wurmle, J. Bedoe,
M. Gesell, K. Hayworth, L. Toon, D. Cox, J.
Alwes, R. Colvin, W. Bigger, J. Furrow, W.
Sutter, J. Benjamin, G. Moore, S. Littell, T.
Fitzgerald, J. Crump, R. Kikendall, J. Isaia, P.
Patton, R. Hospelhorn, T. Streenz, J. Springer,
D. Dungan, M. Moore, R. Robinson, K. Carter,
R. Furrow, G. Hoover, L. Giesel, H. Schad, B.
Otto. ROW 4: J. Huber, B. Schenfeldt, R.
White, A. Kepner, D. Mekkelson, J. Hastings,
R. Otto, G. Mohr, J. Brown, P. Fowler, L.
Sylvester, D. Miller, C. Shinneman, A. Martin,
J. Sizelove, L. Sigler, R. Mentzer, T. Huff, J.
Armstrong, P. Southgate. BACK ROW: G.
Southgate, E. Tambling.
ROW 1: H. Olson, M. Cockbill, L. Chambers, S. Boitnott, C. Gantzert, P. Clanton, J. Adams, M. Miller, B. Chance,
P. Bigger, P. Patton, B. Satterfield. ROW 2: P. Pitts, V. Woods, R. Streenz, B. Potts, E. Schroeder, S. Anderson S
Whittet, L. Sycle, J. Keith, C. Anderson, L. Miller, J. Bedoe, R. Lampe, F. Richard, J. Tucker. ROW 3: L. I-luf
fington, J. Bullock, C. Neeves, D. Fomenko, M. Miller, E. Rokey, K. Wertz, M. Reed, C. Schweickart, J. Wallace
R. Johnson, K. Pippin, J. Sablotzke, M. Cope, P. Shiner. BACK ROW: D. Miller, S. Walters, J. Griffin, H. O'Con
nell, J. Marvin, S. Whitehouse, J. Carter, M. Snook, J. Kober, C. Alsene, P. Weger, S. Ulrich, D. Whitehouse
Murray, P. Cummings, C. Lamprecht, P. Jarrett.
Head of Music Department
Girls' Glee Club, the freshman and sophomore
choral organization, has finished a very successful
year. The fifty-eight members of this group com
bined with mixed choir for such occasions as the
concerts and contest. Officers for this year were
Phylis Patton, Presidentg Maxine Reed, Vice-
Presidentg and Becky Chance, Librarian. Phylis
Patton and Becky Chance were the accompanists.
SEATED: J. Lowery, J. Kaufman, B. Bartmess, S. Cremeens, J.
Gardner, L. Horney, W. Marx. STANDING: D. Fike, J. Schultz,
C. Schramm, W. Gardner, L. Hobart, C. Burge.
Student librarians perform a very useful service to the school. They
do all of the work at the circulation desk, help process new books for all
of the schools of the Unit, and guide other students with their reference
questions and recreational reading. Many times they are in charge of
the library when it is necessary for the librarian to be away from school.
Without their assistance many service would have to be curtailed.
Some interesting experiences have been enjoyed by the student li-
brary assistants this year. They have been in charge of a program at
WJBC and of a Parent Teachers Association meeting. There is now a
state organization of student library assistants which meets once a year.
At this meeting student librarians exchange ideas, hear an author of
teen-age books and enjoy a lunch together.
Mrs. GALBREATH, Librarian
Co -ordinator of Libraries, Unit 5
CA ROL GAFNEY
Girls' Physical Education
Head of Science Department
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OFFICERS: R. Ropp, N. Whitwood, M. Robertson, J. Freese, N. Wills, R. Diveley. ROW 1: J. Keith, P. South-
gate, P. Patton, J. Kennedy, R. Johnson, J. Tucker, J. Roy, S. Edwards. H. Olson. ROW 2: L. Holmes, B. Bryan,
G. Stephens, W. Schenfeldt, J. Maitland, R. Reum, R. White, R. Barton, G. Mohr, S. White. ROW 3: J.
Stoltz, R. Middleton, J. Hayden, R. Young, W. Colton, B. Kirby, R. Schmidt, D. Kuster, J. Alwes.
As a representative group of the entire student body, the Student Council functioned
well under the leadership of Max Robertson, Presidentg Nancy Whitwood, Vice -Presidentg
Nancy Wills, Executive Board Memberp Judy Freese, Secretaryg Ray Ropp, Treasurer,
and R. E. Diveley, sponsor.
Making the school a better place for everyone is the goal of the Student Council. In
striving toward this goal, a Student Court was formed this year and David Kuster was
elected Judge. The court proved effective in helping to raise and maintain our school's
Other worthwhile projects included the Welfare Drive, the skating project in con-
junction with the A.N.S,, the Christmas Assembly, and numerous smaller projects.
ROY E. DIVELEY
Sponsor of Student Council
Academy of Natural Science
Developing an understanding and appreciation for
all branches of science, especially the natural
sciences, in the main purpose of the Academy of
The fall initiation at Jim Gee's home opened a
year of busy activities. The annual field trip to
La Salle-Peru where members visited the Mathiessen
l-legler Zinc Company and a game preserve was also
included in the fa1l's activities.
Several interesting programs were presented at
meetings. Dr. Mastervick, a guest speaker from St.
J'oseph's Hospital, gave a very informative talk
about physical therapy.
Promoting Christmas spirit through the sale of
holly and mistletoe was an annual program which
was again very successful. Continuing a project of
last year, A.N.S. encouraged the student body,
especially freshmen, to get polio shots.
Activities of the year were recorded in the annual
A.N.S. newspaper which was distributed to each
member in the spring. Articles delt with advances
in the field of science as well as details about each
member's science project.
Officers for the year were, Steve Ashmore,
President, Nancy Wills, Vice President, Nancy Whit-
wood, Secretary, Jim Brown, Treasurer, Jo Mar
Alwes, Historian, and Mr, Diveley, Sponsor.
ROW 1: J. Alwes, N. Wills, S. Ashmore, J. Brown, N. Whitwood. ROW 2: R. Engler, J. Engler, R. Colvin, P
Sophie, K. Olson, P. Patton, C. Orrick, G. Cushman, R. Riddle, J. Freese. ROW 3: J. Gee, J. Hoffman, W.
Colton, R. White, P. Weger, M. Alwes, T. Kraft, J. Washburn, P. Bockhorst, J. Stoltz, L. Murray, K. Stein, G.
Stuart, Mr. Diveley.
OFFICERS: R. White, L. Galloway, R. Scott, G. Golliday, N.' Whitwood. ROW 1: M. Cade, N. Perschall, D.
Zaiss, R. Riddle, J. Washburn, N. Myers, K. Olson, N. Wills, R. Colvin, P. Patton, P. Preno, J. Preno, J. Freese.
ROW 2: N. Litwiller, J. Spear, N. Watkins, J. Washburn, V. Laesch, J. Gee, J. Hoffman, B. Wood, J. Engler, G.
Cushman, J. Wasson. ROW 3: J. Bryant, J. Stoltz, G. Stuart, D. Speers, J. Brown, L. Sylvester, S. Ashmore, K.
Stein, H. Seig, R. Sorg, J. Alwes, C. McBurney.
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Officers elected at the first meeting of the Normal Community Chapter of National Honor Society were Presi
dent, Jean Gollidayg Vice President, Nancy Whitwoodg Secretary, Lucia Galloway, and Treasurer, Russell White.
All officers were members of the senior class, but committee chairmen were appointed from among the entire
Striving to instill a high quality of character and to create leadership in
high school students, the Junior and Senior Honor Societies jointly initiated
forty -two students at two candle-light induction ceremonies held in February
and May. Other traits upon which eligibility is based are scholarship and
service to the school. A student must be in the upper twenty percent of his
class to be considered for membership.
Mr. Richard Scott again sponsored this honorary organization.
Head of Social Science Department
Sponsor of National Honor Society
iew member receives her certificate from the president.
w members are congratulated by parents and friends.
Initiates listen to the purposes of the National Honor Society.
Officers give speeches during the formal ceremony.
ROW 1: R. Colvin, N. Watkins, N. Whitwood, R. White, G. Stuart, J. Brown. ROW 2: S. Ashmore, B. Satterfield,
J. Keith, J. Preno, D. Zaiss, N. Pitts, D. Prosch, P. Preno, L. Galloway. STANDING: P. Burr, M. Fike, L. Patient,
J. Golliday, K. Olson, R. Colvin.
This year the Reverie Staff strived to produce one of Normal l-Iigh's best yearbooks. Led by Russell White and
Gary Stuart, Co -Editors, and ably assisted by Norma Watkins, Literary Editor, Ruth Colvin and Jim Brown, Co-Layout
Editorsg Nancy Whitwood, Business Manager, and Karen Olson, Advertising Manager, the staff has introduced many
In the process of producing the annual, all members of the staff became familiar with many journalistic tech-
niques. Taking pictures, typing, writing, proofreading, and making layouts were only a few of the tasks performed
by members at the two-hour Staff meetings held on Monday and Thursday afternoons.
Reverie Staff Sponsor
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SEATED: J. Armstrong, V. Malinowski, D. Prosch, R. Engler, Mr. Bishop. ROW 2: R. Burr, W. Ward, L. Alvis, K
Carter, K. Hayworth, J. Lady, J. Hempstead, D. Wager, R. Smith, .J. Malinowski, N. Robeson. ROW 3: D. John
son, T. Anson, D. Bilyeu, R. Morehead, D. Richards, L. Sigler, A. Fike, J. Brown.
Head of Mathematics Department
Sponsor of Projectionist Club
A vital part of the instructional set-up at Normal Com-
munity High School is the Projectionists Club. The members
of this club operate audio-visual equipment for the benefit of
both faculty and students. Incoming freshmen are given in-
struction in the use of the various types of projectors and
screens A11 members were given a chance to earn awards
by participating in various club activities. Careful records
were kept of every film shown. Trouble shooters were used
to keep the audio -visual equipment in good running condition
The Projectionists Club successfully carried out a skating
party in the early part of March. Soon after this, plans were
made for the annual spring picnic.
Officers for the year were Virgil Malinowski, Presidentg
Dennis Prosch, Vice-Presidentg John Armstrong, Secretary, and
Randy Engler, Treasurer.
ROW 1: E. Tambling, L. Patient, M. Bates, C. Baker, R. Burress, J. Sieg, C. Burgess, D. Miller, G. Shoultz, R
Hardesty. ROW 2: J. Ferguson, C. Gantzert, J. Holman, J. Sieg, R. Colvin, S. Todd, M. Bratcher, M. Leggett
B. Galloway, E. Foster, C. McCombs, M. Granacher, S. Lohnes. ROW 3: S. Moberly, J. Fisher, C. Merritt, H
Locke, J. Vance, N. Pitts, L. Maxey, E. Tanner, M. Swearingen, S. Wingstirn, J. Dawson, M. Brady, B. Toon N
Litwiller. ROW 4: Miss Donham, M. Ward, J. Marvin. E. Siebert, L. Smith, C. Harvey, B. Hays, D. Anson F
Swain, W. Sutter, K. Ulrich, C. Schuth, D. Bailey, H. Hall, M. Thompson, N. Myers.
Head of Business Department
Sponsor of Child Adoption Club
This year the Child Adoption Club, composed of
Miss Donham's shorthand classes, extended a helping
hand to a second child. ln addition to the ten-year-
old Korean girl, Kim Yong Soon, the club has now
adopted a thirteen-year-old boy, Vu Kim Chung,
Under Miss Donham's capable direction, mem-
bers sold shorthand notebooks, sponsored basketball
and football concessions, two rummage sales, and a
bake sale. This money is sent quarterly for the
children's food, clothing, and school expenses.
The Child Adoption Club has gained great
satisfaction from this project and hopes the short-
hand classes in the future will continue to support
this worthwhile effort.
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ROW 1 D. Mekkelson, B. Bartmess, M. Cockbill, P. Sophie, J. Brown, K. Stein, G. Stuart, W. Colton, J. Griffin
R Loney, B. Bryan, R. Stein. ROW 2: Mr. Ferree, R. Colvin, R. Shadowens, W. Cheatham, D. Dungan, G. Hoover
D Prosch, N. Hoffman, W. Stephens, S. Ashmore.
Teaching photographic skills and promoting interest and
leadership in school activities are the purposes of the Camera
Club. The main requirement for joining is an interest in
photography and science,
Making prints, using a press camera, developing film,
enlarging, and having fun were included in the Club's activi-
ties for 1957-58. Camera Club members serve as photographers
for most school events and use the school's darkroom facilities
for developing pictures. Several evening business meetings
andthe annual spring picnic rounded out the agenda.
A record number of the ten freshmen were initiated this
year. Under the sponsorship of Mr. Ferree and Mrs. De Pauw,
the Camera Club was headed by Kim Stein, presidentg Warren
Colton, vice-presidentg Jim Brown, secretaryg and Gary Stuart,
Sponsor of Camera Club
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OFFICERS: N. Perschall, J. Sieg, C. McBurney, B. Hays, Mrs. Upton, Mrs. Knudson. ROW 1: L. Chambers, C.
Schramm, L. Patient. G. Shoultz, F. Richard, D. Westfall, E. Tambling, L. Walker. ROW 2: J. Washburn, J.
Lowery, S. Cochran, C. Arends, G. Quick, M. Bratcher, C. Cranacher, J. Sieg, E. Schroeder, M. Granacher, M.
Miller, D. Berglund. ROW 3: A. Stevens, L. Peplow, L. Carey, S. Blake, S. Wingstirn, B. Woosley, M. Brady, C.
Merritt, E. Rokey, N. Wurmle, J. Washburn, P. Williamson, M. Wellenreiter. ROW 4: J. Hayslip, B. Bartrness,
M. Thompson, M. Swearingen, M. Ward, L. Smith, W. Sutter, J. Young, N. Babb, J. Marvin, E. Siebert, C. Alsene
J. Carter, P. Burr, J. Hendricks.
Officers elected by the Normal Community High
School Chapter of the Future Homemakers of Amer-
ica were President, Carol McBurney, Vice-President,
Judy Sieg, Secretary, Brenda Hays, Treasurer, Nancy
Pershall, Historian, Elaine Tambling, Parliamentar-
ian, Eunice Siebert, Projects Chairman, Jean Wash-
burn, Publicity Chairman, Linda Patient, Degrees
Chairman, Carol Merritt, Recreation Chairman,
Faye Richards, and Song Leader, Connie Arends.
Mrs. Charlotte Upton served as the chapter sponsor,
and the chapter parents were Mr. and Mrs. Louis
McBurney and Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Sieg.
The Future Homemakers of America Club is a
national organization of girls studying homemaking.
The main purpose of the club is expressed by the
motto, "Toward New Horizons," which represents the
desire of each member to work together for a better
and happier home life.
The activities for the year included a field trip
to Chicago, several parties, and a talk and film on
Sponsor of Future Homemakers of America
Head of English Department
Sponsor of Future Teachers of
Under the leadership of Jean Golliday, President,
Norma Watkins, Vice -Presidentg Joyce Reum, Sec-
retaryg Nancy Whitwood, Treasurerg Harriett Locke,
Historian, and Miss Eula Mathew, Sponsor, the
twenty members of the Margaret H. J. Lampe Club
strove to promote interest in the teaching field and
to explore the possibilities of the profession.
A breakfast held during American Education
Week was a highlight of the club's tenth year.
Several members enjoyed attending a regional FTA
meeting held at Clinton on the fifth of October.
Serving as ushers, club members helped to make
College Night a success. As the Christmas project
the club contributed money toward the support of a
Korean child sponsored by the Child Adoption Club.
During the second semester senior class members
had the privilege of doing cadet teaching in the
grades of their interest.
One of the most interesting programs of the year
was a talk on the schools of Germany given by two
German exchange students.
Included in the social events of the year were an
initiation potluck supper at the home of Jean
Golliday and a spring party.
ROW 1: J. Golliday, N. Watkins, N. Whitwood. ROW 2: H. Locke, J. Reum, Miss Mathew. ROW 3: J. Sieg N
Myers, C. Orrick, J. Nardin, M. Granacher. ROW 4: C. Schuth, B. Cagley, J. Young, L. Maxey, J. Vance, N
Pitts, G. Landes, J. Dawson, J. Hartupee, K. Hayworth.
OFFICERS: S. Tosh, G. Cushman, R. White, V. Fairfield, S. Lohnes, D. Kuster. ROW 1: J. Gardner, J. Keith, S
Cremeens, L. Holmes, L. Patient, B. Chance, D. Zaiss, K. Olson, L. Chestnut, G. Shoultz, D. Toepke, L. Wood, C
Fese. ROW 2: J. Adams, S. Whittet, B. Galloway, J. Wasson, J. Fisher, J. Washburn, K. Blair, N. Wills, B Sat
terfield, J. Spear, L. Miller, M. Miller, K. Draper. ROW 3: R. Riddle, J. Lady, P. Kohrs, C. Schweickart, P Burr
J. Hendricks, B. Wood, J. Washburn, N. Litwiller, J. Lane, J. Kennedy, S. Powell, L. Sycle, H. Olson. ROW 4 M
Fike, S. Otto, H. Hall, J. Gee, J. Dahlquist, S. Salch, J. Hayden, P. Fenton, J. Hendricks, G. Willis, L. Wood C
Harvey, L. Smith, J. Holman.
Pan Lingua Club enables foreign language students to develop a
more thorough knowledge of the countries about them, particularly
the Spanish-speaking countries and Italy.
Under the guidance of Miss Fairfield, sponsorg Russell White,
president, Gloria Cushman, vice-president, Sherrie Tosh, secretary,
and Sue Lohnes, treasurerg the sixty-five members of Pan Lingua
Club began one of their successful years.
The club started the school year by initiating new members and
by planning a float for homecoming. Christmas was celebrated
by the breaking of the pinata, The annual Roman banquet was
well attended with the first year foreign language students serving
as slaves. In April the Spanish fiesta was held.
During the course of the year the club contributed twenty-five
dollars to the Child Adoption Club and ten dollars to CARE.
Pan Lingua had charge of concessions on Febniary 14 for the
University High basketball game.
Director of Guidance
Sponsor of Pan Lingua
OFFICERS: Mrs. Brent, C. McBurney, E. Siebert, M. Roy. ROW 1: J. Bedoe, J. Roy, C. Gantzert, P Feasley
D. Fike, P. Bigger, C. Neeves, E. Tambling. ROW 2: D. Berglund, S. Moberly, P. Preno, L. Hobart, J Mitchell
B. Toon, S. White, L. Kewley, B. Galloway, D. Sutter, J. Preno, F. Richard. ROW 3: M. Reed, R. Furrow J
Marvin, A. Martin, D. Cox, W. Sutter, B. Milliman, P. Krug, B. Hays, M. L. Thompson, S. Ulrich, N Wurmle, C
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The pledge of the GAA best describes the or-
ganization's primary purpose--that of stimulating
interest and participation in girls athletic activ-
ities. "I promise to uphold the ideals of the Girls'
Athletic Association by promoting interest in ath-
letics and the out-of-doors, by living so that I
may be healthy and strong, and by making good
sportsmanship a constant factor in my conduct."
Regularly scheduled activities for the year
were field hockey, speedball, volleyball, tumbl-
ing, basketball and softball. The GAA met after
school two nights a week throughout the year.
The officers were Eunice Siebert, President,
Carol McBurney, Vice-President, Marlene Roy,
Secretary, Janice Schultz, Treasurer. The Ex-
ecutive Board consisted of Donna Cox, Judi
Mitchell, Mary Lou Thompson, Donna Berglund,
Ruth Ann Furrow, Arlene Martin, and Faye Rich-
ard. Mrs. Mary Brent was sponsor.
Girls' Physical Education
Sponsor of Girls' Athletic Association
Sponsor of Pep Club
Creating and maintaining school spirit, encouraging good sports-
manship, and maintaining high standards of cooperative attitudes for
all Normal Community High School students are the purposes of Pep
The officers for the year were President, Bob McDonald, Secre-
tary, Janet Nardin, and Treasurer, Judy Lane. The Club had an ex-
ecutive board which was composed of two representatives from each
class as well as the regular officers. These people planed the meet-
ings, parties, and were head of the various committees.
Prior to the all school party, which was sponsored by Pep Club on
the seventeenth of January, a work party was held during the regular
Club meeting period. This made it possible for every member to
have a hand in helping to make the party a success. Other work
parties were held during the year at which signs, posters, and confetti
were made to further promote school spirit.
ROW 1: C. Hall, B. Neeves, R. Ropp, T. Davison, C. Rongey, R. Vance, A. Zeitler, G. Dameron, J. Olsen, J.
Nardin, B. McDonald, J. Lane, D. Blunk, R. Young, R. Barton, T. Ochs, F. Alvis, J. Barton, S. Salch, D. Raycraft,
D. Laesch, L. Smalley. ROW 2: C. Barentine, D. Hardesty, S. Pemich, L. DeSaro, S. Edwards, D. Steele, B. Potts,
D. Toepke, M. Cockbill, J. Gardner, S. Cremeens, S. McNutt, S. Lee, P. Pitts, J. Bedoe, M. Gesell, J. Roy, C.
Neeves, L. Miller, J. Bulloch, C. Beard, J. Keith, H. Olson, K. Draper, L. Chesnut, S. Hillard, J. Wallace, Mrs.
Brent. ROW 3: L. Armstrong, D. Wiese, P. Kohrs, P. Saffer, C. Schweickart, J. Mitchell, S. Tosh, K. Olson, S.
Whitehouse, J. Hartupee, J. Marvin, M. Cope, P. Cummings, S. Swearingen, K. Firebaugh, R. Furrow, J. Kober,
P. Jarrett, J. Dahlquist, S. Miller, C. Harvey, C. Johnke, P. Shiner, S. Lesher, L. Homey, L. Huffington, R. Hard-
esty, B. Hillard, L. Fomenko, J. Franke, L. Hobart. ROW 4: M. Brady, L. Wood, S. Whittet, P. Clanton, J. Kennedy
S. Green, J. Dix, H. O'Connell, S. Norris, C. Gantzert, D. Zaiss, J. Dawson, P. Anderson, J. Freese, B. Galloway, A.
Martin, N. Pitts, B. Wood, J. Vance, S. Todd, S. Otto, S. Lohnes, L. Kewley, D. Sutter, S. White, S. Peters, D.
Moulic, S. Craig, I. Hamm, C. Carlin, K. Wertz. ROW 5: S. Boitnott, C. Anderson, C. Katthoefer, J. Denney, M.
Reed, M. Roy, J. Ochs, J. Starkey, H. Seig, H. McBurney, B. Otto, J. Messer, J. Rupp, B. Koons, B. Whitwood, B.
Kirby, W. Cotlon, B. Scott, D. Kerfoot, R. Schmidt, R. Morehead, G. Marquis, B. Barton, G. Mohr, D. Kuster, M.
Foster, B. Whitehouse, L. Shoemaker, R. Reum, D. Breen, K. Maxwell, J. Griffin, S. Walters, C. Whitehouse, S.
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Any boy eaming a letter in athletics is eligible
for membership in the "N" Club. Sponsored by Mr.
Newman, this organization encourages athletics at
Normal Community High School.
Providing ushers for all home basketball games
was a main activity. For the first time the club
sponsored a semi-formal dance. All athletes who
had completed the season in a sport and their dates
were eligible to attend.
Officers for the year were Bob Neeves, President,
Virgil Malinowski, Vice -President, Bruce Scott,
Secretary, and Glenn Marquis, Treasurer.
Director of Athletics
Sponsor of "N" Club
ROW 1: T. Davison, T. Lott, R. Mohr, S. Feezor, L. Hinshaw, H. Seig, D. Kuster, V. Malinowski, L. Smalley.
ROW 2: R. Neuman, F. Alvis, R. Ropp, R. Middleton, K. Maxwell, P. Ingold, G. Willis, J. Tate, R. Reum. ROW
3: M. Detloff, L. Shoemaker, R. Young, D. Blunk, R. Neeves, D. Stephens, R. Sorg, R. White, G. Mohr, J. Ochs,
T. Gravitt. ROW 4: G. Marquis, C. Crum, N. Woellms, R. Schmidt, H. McBumey, W. Colton, B. Scott, B. Kirby,
M. Foster, R. Kerfoot, J. Hendricks, F. Wanto.
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The Normal Community High School chapter of the Industrial
Arts and Trades Academy found this year to be one of its most
successful and outstanding in its thirteen year history. As in the
past many methods for raising funds were usedg such as selling
N.C.l-I.S. Pins, guards, license plates, decals and services.
Some of the years outstanding achievements included affili-
ating with the Illinois Industrial Arts Club, a trip to an industrial
area and a knowledge of how cooperation aids one in reaching
In sponsoring a faculty Christmas party the club helped
acquaint the faculty with the Industrial Arts Department. Also
sponsored by the club were two after-game dances for the student
body and opponents.
President Larry Sylvester was assisted by Vice -President Ray
Schmidt. Duties of Secretary were handled by Gary Mohrg Tom
Ochs executed the duties of treasurer. The two executive board
members were Virgil Malinowski and Glen Marquis.
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ROW 1: G. Marquis, T. Ochs, L. Sylvester, R. Schmidt, G. Mohr, V. Malinowski. ROW 2: R. Morehead, S Tosh
R Windows, D. Stevens, E. Smith, C. Sutton, R. Engler.
How about it, Mr. Sharp?
There's a lot of dead weight.
Get to work, Malinowski.
How was the party?
A new award
Striving to promote interest in the dramatic arts, the Playhouse Dramatics Club is open to all students
who are interested in acting and working backstage. The club sponsored the annual spring play and
jointly sponsored the Drama Festival with Thespians. As these events approached, members could be
seen rehearsing diligently, "pounding" lines, painting scenery, or rounding up "props." The Drama
Festival, especially, gives members who have had no previous acting experience an opportunity to
appear before the footlights. Members work for points toward membership in Thespians.
Other club events for the year included a fall initiation party and a spring party for all members.
Dramatics Club members worked with Thespians as hosts for the District Speech Contest.
Miss Colene Hoose again sponsored the Playhouse Dramatics Club. Serving as officers were Jean
Golliday, President, Lucia Galloway, Vice-President, Melaine Cade, Secretary, and Donna Cox, Treasurer.
OFFICERS: D. Cox, L. Galloway, C. Hoose, J. Golliday, M. Cade. ROW 1: C. Baker, M. Bates, D. Miller, B.
Blair, J. Carter, M. Miller, V. Woods, J. Nardin, L. Chesnut, D. Steele, J. Quiggins, J. Ferguson. ROW 2: J. Fer-
guson, P. Neal, D. Woodrum, P. Preno, R. Riddle, J. Spear, R. Colvin, B. Galloway, M. Reed, A. Willan, D. Zaiss
B. Satterfield, J. Holman, L. Sycle, R. Chance, J. Preno, C. Arends. ROW 3: S. Mays, G. Landes, J. Tucker, K.
Christianson, J. Wasson, G. Cushman, P. Patton, P. Kohrs, A. Totten, N. Watkins, H. Locke, K. Blair, J. Engler, K.
Beal, R. Schenker, R. Johnson, K. Pippin, J. Rengel. ROW 4: S. Otto, C. Johnke, K. Ulrich, J. Camahan, G.
Southgate, L. Greene, J. Maitland, W. Schenfeldt, D. Laesch, P. Ingold, E. Smith, T. Smith, R. Meyers, D. Speers
C. Diesel, J. Sizelove, J. Bryant, L. Maxey, H. O'Con.nell.
ROW 1: J. Wasson, W. Schenfeldt, J. Maitland, D. Speers. ROW 2: D. Cox, N. Watkins, J. Sizelove, J. Engler,
J. Bryant, M. Cade, E. Quiggins, R. Meyers. STANDING: P. Patton, J. Golliday, G. Southgate, R. Colvin, L.
Galloway, Miss l-loose, T. Smith, J. Nardin.
Sponsor of Dramatics Club
Membership in the National Thespian Society is on an honorary
basis and is open to students who have earned ten points, the equiva-
lent of one hundred hours work in the Dramatics Department. After
initiation, Thespians continue to earn awards for their work in the
The Thespian-sponsored fall play, "A Man Called Peter," provided
an evening of fine entertainment as well as being a very lucrative
project. Another successful project was a rummage sale held in the
fall. In February Thespians assisted in running the District Speech
Contest held at N.C.H.S. Several members also competed in the
contest Drama Festival and individual events.
Highlighting the social calendar were the annual winter formal,
"Moonlight Masquerade," and an exciting week-end trip to Chicago,
where the group saw three professional plays including the popular
musical, "My Fair Lady."
Troupe 613 was headed by a board of directors including Lucia
Galloway, Presidentg Jean Golliday, Vice -President, Ruth Colvin
Secretary, Tim Smith, Treasurer, and George Southgate, Scribe.
Four Thespians were initiated in January and several more at the
spring Honor Banquet.
The Masquerade Dance
Her king-his queen
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Ready for the "kill" !
ROW 1: G. Southgate, J. Washburn, R. I-Iospelhorn, D. Anderson, D. Johnson, M. Alwes, L. Sylvester. ROW 2
Mr. Miller, K. Stein, J. Huber, W. Schenfeldt, R. White, J. Alwes, B. Otto, G. Hoover, L. Giesel, P. Fowler.
Nancy Whitwood, Carol Orrick, Sharon Wingstirn, Kay Wertz,
Lucia Galloway, Donna Cox.
SEATED: C. McBurney, B. Hays, M. Swearingen, P.
Anderson. STANDING: V. Reel, S. Shoemaker, P.
Leggett, J. Dahlquist, M. Fike, L. Wood, L. Patient.
Thirteen students chosen by the office personnel to help with the duties of the office served as
monitors during the past school year. The girls gave up their study halls to help in the office.
First hour helpers, Lois Wood, Joyce Goode, and Sharon Lee, were kept very busy collecting and
recording attendance slips and distributing attendance reports and moming announcement sheets. Other
students who served as monitors were Linda Patient and Mary Fike, second hour, Sandra Shoemaker and
Pat Leggett, third hour, Pam Anderson and Marilyn Swearingen, fourth hour, Carol McBurney and Brenda
Hays, fifth hourg and Judy Dahlquist and Virginia Reel, sixth hour. At the end of the first semester Carol
Guethle replaced Sharon Lee, Darlene Toepke replaced Pat Leggett and Sharon Lee replaced Virginia
In addition to their learning alphabetizing and filing, monitors were trained to answer the telephone
pleasantly and efficiently. To be chosen as a monitor average grades must be maintained. If a monitor's
name appears on the unsatisfactory grade list she returns to the study hall. Monitors helped aid the
smooth operation of N.C.H.S.--they respected their job and the confidence placed in them.
ROW 1: C. Orrick, B. Satterfield, K. Pippin, G. Landes, M. Miller, J. Keith, S. Ashmore, K. Stein, G. Stuart,
Smith, R. Burr, W. Cheatham, J. Thiel. STANDING: D. Prosch.
Headed by Dennis Prosch, captain, Kim Stein, co-captain, Gary Stuart, finance chairman, Carol
Orrick, recorder, and Mr. Craig, sponsor, members of the debate team completed a busy year.
Everyone worked diligently to gather material on the national topic, "RESOLVED: That United States
foreign aid should be substantially increased."
The team participated in debates at I.S.N.U. and Pekin as well as numerous debates held at the school
An important event of the year was the Sectional Debate Contest held at I.S.N.U. on March 15. The
negative team, Steve Ashmore and Dennis Prosch. won one out of three debates, while the affirmative
team, Carol Orrick, Bonnie Satterfield, and Kim Stein, also won one out of three debates.
Deb ate Coach
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ROW 1: D. DaSaro, R. Ropp, V. Malinowski, R. Reum, J. Maitland, R. Neeves, J. Tate, A. Kepner, G. Willis, O.
Brimmer, T. Lott. ROW 2: F. Alvis, D. Kuster, B. Whitehouse, L. Shoemaker, F. Wanto, J. Kennedy, J. Hendricks
T. Smith, D. Stevens, D. Blunk, D. Milliman, R. White, J. Messer, T. Green. ROW 3: Coach Deevers, L. Locke,
C. Crum, E. Smith, L. Peters, H. McBumey, B. Scott, R. Schmidt, M. Foster, R. Kerfoot, P. Ingold, N. Woellms,
l This was a successful season for the Ironmen in football. Winning
four games, tying one, and losing only three, the team finished the
season by defeating U-High, thus winning the Intercity champion-
ship. Hard running Norman Woellms, the second highest scorer in
both the Intercity and Corn Belt, wonaplace on both of these con-
ference teams. Dave Milliman, Virgil Malinowski, and Bob Neeves
also won places on these teams. Malinowski was elected captain and
Woellms was voted the most valuable player. Starring juniors were
Dave Blunk, who was an end on both Corn Belt and Intercity teams,
and Harlan McBurney, Frank Wanto, and David Stevens, who were on
the Intercity team. With this nucleus, the Ironmen should have an
equally successful season next year.
ROW 1: R. Scott, J. Hayden, E. Weber, V. Merrill, B. Perschall, R. Ropp, M. Zimmerman, J. Hendricks, A.
Zeitler, T. Hayden. ROW 2: Mr. Somers, B. Anderson, B. Whitehouse, R. Mounce, D. Bilyeu, M. Foster, T. Anson,
C. Rongey, R. Reum, L. Shoemaker, C. Cagley, Mr. Ferree. ROW 3: H. Tuttle, J. Furrow, J. Whitwood, T.
Baker, L. Kletz, S. Saleh, B. Perschall, R. Rongey, L. Alvis, T. Hardesty, D. Vance, J. Malinowski.
El Paso 0
U -High 0
T rinity 2
Richard Kerfoot Bob Neeves
Norman Woellms Raymond Sghrnidt
Bruce Scott Jim Kennedy
ROW 1: T. Baker, R. Windows, B. Bryan, J. Ochs, C. Rongey, C. Cnun, J. Hayden, T. Kraft, R. Morehead, J.
Malinowski, C. Diesel, S. Tosh. ROW 2: H. Tuttle, G. Patient, R. Nottingham, R. Kekendall, V. Malinowski, H
McBurney, R. Kerfoot, R. Schmidt, G. Marquis, D. Stevens, T. Davison, R. Loney, Coach Evans.
Coach George Evans' grapplers
finished the 57-58 season with a record
of three wins, seven losses, and one tie.
The showing for the third year team
was highlighted by Tom Davidson, Ray
Schmidt, Virgil Malinowski, and Dave
Stevens who placed high in the State
Sectional Wrestling Tournament.
Normal High closed the cross -country season with a record of three wins out of
eight meets. The harriers, led by Glenn Marquis, also finished third in the
District Meet at Urbana.
Coach Gene Masters deserves much praise, as he has consistently upheld the
Intercity honor by coaching the only cross-country team of the four twin-city
The squad will miss seniors Glenn Marquis, Gary Mohr, Warren Colton, and
Leon Smalley, but can expect many fine runners against next year.
Roanoke -Benson Urbana
Low point -Washburn Urbana
Fourth place in Tri-City Meet with Champaign,
Lincoln, and Normal
Third place in District Meet at Urbana
ROW 1: L. Smalley, D. Middleton, W. Colton, G. Marquis, G. Mohr. ROW 2: T. Davison,
Coach Masters, R. Norris, D. Mohr.
To learn new yells, stunts, and cheerleading techniques, the varsity
cheerleaders for 57-58 attended summer cheerleading camp at I.S.N.U.
for a week. Profiting from the camp, the girls did a splendid job of
raising school spirit at sports activities and pep sessions.
The girls' uniforms for football games were trim bermuda shorts
and white sweaters. As in past years, their tuiiforms for basketball
season were white pleated skirts and white sweaters.
Supervised by Mrs. Mary Brent, the cheerleaders spent many hours
practicing to improve their cheerleading.
All of the girls will be back next year except Judy Fisher, the only
The eight Junior-Varsity Cheerleaders have done much to bolster
school spirit at Fresh-Soph basketball games, Juts as many members
of the Fresh-Soph teams become varsity players, so do many of the
"I -V" Cheerleaders become Varsity Cheerleaders.
KNEELING: Coach Somers, B. Neeves, J. Hendricks, D. Kehl, S. Littell, B. Kirby, W. Colton, B. Scott, B. Whit
wood, M. Foster, B. Whitehouse, L. Shoemaker, R. Reum, G. Willis.
This season placed another feather in
Coach Fran Somer's cap, as the lronmen
once again proved too tough for their op-
ponents in the lntercity and Corn Belt Con-
ferences. With high -scoring Bill Kirby,
Warren Colton, and Bud Shoemaker leading
the way, Normal won nine of its first ten
games and finished the season with a 17-8
record. lt looks as if Normal may carry off
its fifth Corn Belt Crown in a row next year
with just four seniors, Warren Colton, Bruce
Scott, Bob Neeves, and Bob Whitwood,
leaving the squad. Kirby, Shoemaker, and
Colton all made the intercity and Corn Belt
. . . . . Lexington
. . . . . Decatur
. . . . . . Lincoln
. . . . . . Washington
. . . . . Pontiac
. . . . . East Peoria
. . . . . . Cathedral
. . . . . Bloomington
. . . . . Trinity
. . . . . Clinton
. . . . . Spaulding
. . . . . Pontiac
. . . . . U High
. . . . . . Limestone
. . . . . Lexington
. . . . . Bloomington
. . . . . Clinton
. . . . . Washington
. . . . . U-High
. . . . . East Peoria
. . . . . Trinity
. . . . . Eisenhower
. . . . . Gibson City
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ROW 1: R. Hospelhorn, B. Whitehouse, V. Merrill, J. Maitland, D. Blunk, B. Neeves, J. Tate, C. Crum, S. Fee-
zor, G. Mohr, L. Wood. ROW 2: V. Curtis, D. Stevens, A. Zeitler, B. Crummett, J. Hendricks, N. Woellms, D.
Cavitt, H. Seig, B. Scott, H. McBurney, F. Wanto, G. Marquis, R. Reum, J. Ferguson, R. Mohr. ROW 3: Mr.
Masters, S. Tosh, E. Weber, G. Moore, C. Rongey, M. Zimmerman, J. Messer, J. Hayden, D. Breen, T. Hayden, L.
Lamb, J. Schwartz, S. Salch, R. Norris, D. Kuster, D. Robinson, R. Windows, Mr. Evans. ROW 4: J. Collier, C.
Patrick, M. Hardesty, T. Smith, B. Lovell, K. Wurzburger, W. Hamlow, J. Thiel, D. Bilyeu, R. Vance, T. Shep-
herd, J. Nelson, J. Barton, J. Crump, J. Furrow, R. Rongey.,
Normal's strong track team lived up to expectations this spring by
placing second in the eleventh annual Normal Relays. This is the
highest our team has ever placed in this meet. The team brought
further honors to Normal High by placing first in the Delevan Track
Carnival and first in the Corn Belt Conference Meet. Much credit
should be given to the seniors, as they have given the team the back-
bone which it needed. Participating in their last meets this year were
co -captains Bruce Scott and Glen Marquis. Other seniors were Joe
Ferguson, Gary Mohr, Ken Wurzburger, Norman Woellms, Charles
Crum, Bob Neeves, David Kuster, and Tom Richards.
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ROW 1: J. Rupp, B. Scott, L. Shoemaker, M. Detloff, L. Kletz, R. Arnold, R. Ropp, J. Ochs, D. Feezor, F. Alvis,
H. Tuttle. ROW 2: Mr. Wood, R. Young, R. Barton, J. Isaia, L. Locke, D. Cope, M. Foster, D. Kerfoot, D. Kehl,
S. Littell, C. Cagley, D. Raycraft, G. Willis, Mr. Somers.
A successful sports year at N.C.H.S. was climaxed by the outstand-
ing showing of the baseball team. Coach Somers and his ballplayers
walked off with the Intercity Crown and tied for Corn Belt Conference
Honors. Seniors Don Feezor, John Ochs, and Marvin Detloff helped
the team win 18 games and lose only 4 during the season. Normal
should have an equally successful team next year with star pitcher
Gary Willis and hard -hitting Max Foster, Bud Shoemaker, and Bill
Kirby all returning to the squad.
The links of Highland Public Golf Course lost a lot of turf this
spring as the golfing lronmen finished a promising season. Captain
Roger Sorg and seniors Steve Ashmore and Ron Morehead led the Iron-
men to a fifth place finish in the Corn Belt Conference Meet. Coach
Richard Ferree hopes for a successful season next year, since three of
his first five golfers will be returning.
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Mr. Schnelle, a new business
Mr. Ferree gives last minute instructions
before science field trip.
The crowning of the Winter Formal Queen
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Homecoming 1957 was one we shall always remember. Even though rain and flu dampened
the parade and the game, these were forgotten with the immense success of the dance entitled
"Deep Purple." Senior class president Warren Colton crowned Joyce Reum as our lovely queen.
Suzanne Draper, Connie Fese, Nancy Pershall, and Nancy Whitwood, the four attractive at-
tendants, were presented with corsages.
A revolving mirror ball suspended from the ceiling dappled the floor with specks of many
colored light transforming it into a whirling rainbow of color. Card tables covered with white
tablecloths dotted the balcony where refreshments were served. Lavender and purple streamers
and black silhouettes added to the romantic effect of "Deep Purp1e."
Dick Bouchard's Orchestra played for dancing from 8:30 to 11:30 in the new gymnasium.
Sponsored by the senior class, the dance was thoroughly enjoyed by the students, faculty, and
alumni who attended.
Dramatized by John McGreevey from the book by Catherine Marshall
Produced by the National Thespian Society
Directed by Colene Hoose
November 8, 1957
This year the fall production was a dramatized portion of the late Peter Marsha1l's life. Adapted
from the biography written by his wife, Catherine Marshall, the play gave a true-to-life account of the
Marshall's trials and happiness after Dr. Marshall became pastor of the New York Avenue Presbyterian
Church in Washington, D. C. Ending with Dr. Marshall's nomination for Chaplain of the United States
Senate, the play was truly an inspirational one.
The cast and crews enjoyed presenting the play as much as the audience enjoyed seeing it. Much
credit was due to the cast for their convincing portrayals of the difficult roles and the sympathetic mood
they inspired in the audience, making a truly successful presentation of this fine drama.
Peter Marshall ....
Peter John Marshall.
Allan Talbot .....
Judith Bickle. . .
Jesse Bickle ....
Susan Grant ....
Marian Grant ....
Steven Grant. . .
George Yost, . .
Joe Keating ......
Senator James Knox
Nancy Everetts. . ,
Barbara Logan. . .
Polk. . .
. . .David Speer.
. . Jean Golliday
. . Randy Engler
. . .Tim Smith
. . . .Judi Engler
, , ,Phyllis Patton
, Jeanette Bryant
. .Bill Schenfeldt
. . Joe Sizelove
. Richard Meyers
. . Melanie Cade
. . . Judy Wasson
. Ruth Ann Riddle
Curtain Going Up!
A Comedy in Three Acts
By Gregory Johnston
Presented by Playhouse Dramatics Club
' Directed by Colene Hoose
May 2, 1958
Like spring proms, spring plays are always charming and entertaining affairs. This year's annual
production, "Curtain Going Up!" was a play within a play. It was the story in comic terms of a high
school production of a play with the action taking place on the stage and auditorium during rehearsal
and after the presentation.
The cast gave an unusually realistic performance as a group of teenagers and teachers involved in
the production of a play and the problems that arose with it.
Hilarity reigned throughout, and the audience found themselves pleasantly entertained with the
lively action and creditable situations of the story. The cast had as much fun presenting the play as the
audience did watching.
Miss Irene Burgess. . .
Lorry Fuller .,....
Nancy Leveridge. . .
Miss Carolyn Moran. . .
Miss Henrietta Rivers. . .
Elsie Hunter ........
Sylvia Moore ,...
Janet Young. . .
Joan White .....
Kyle Roberts ......
Mr. Norman Carter. . .
Andy Fullbright. . .
Jocko Guthrie. . .
Milt Sanders. . .
Buck O'Hara ....
Mr. Tony Peterson ....
Mr. Richard Leveridge. . .
. . Judi Engler
. . Ruth Colvin
. . Judy Wasson
. . Phylis Patton
. . . Judy Preno
. . . Tim Smith
. David Speers
. Jim Maitland
. .Larry Greene
. . . Joe Sizelove
. . . George Southgate
David Bltmk, Dorothy Zaiss, Bob McDonald, Janet Nardin, Queen Sherrill Moberly, King Herb Sieg
Jackie Vance, Bill Kirby, Phyllis Patton, Bill Schenfeldt.
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main- Scuba Danna- Dance
To the upperclassmen of N.C.H.S. the Junior -Senior Prom is the
social highlight of the school year. The Juniors spent weeks of plan-
ning and preparation, striving to make this prom better than any
other. These weeks of hard work and anticipation culminated on the
enchanted night of May 17.
Because of deft hands and artistic abilities of many students, a
beautiful Hawaiian paradise was depicted. The transformation of the
school cafeteria into the paradise was very amazing. Exotic flowers,
made by members of the class, and graceful pahn trees provided an
exquisite background for those present to dance to the captivating
music of Wayne Carr and his orchestra. The girls, dressed in fluffy,
pastel formals and the boys, handsomely dressed in smart, white
dinner jackets, added to the romantic atmosphere of this scene.
As midnight approached all were reluctant to say "aloha" to this
lovely Hawaiian scene, which will abide in the memories of every-
one as a most successful prom.
Agriculture . .
Business Education . . .
Dramatics. . . . .
Home Economics .
Industrial Arts ....
Mathematics . . .
Music ...... . .
Physical Science. . . .
Social Science . .
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. . .Kenneth Maxwell
. . . . Tony Green
. . .Robert Neeves
. . Carolyn Schuth
. . Lucia Galloway
. . Stephen Ashmore
. . . Lucia Galloway
. . .Janice Hendricks
. . . . .John Preston
. . . . Gary Stuart
. . . . . Donna Cox
. . .Nancy Whitwood
. . . Jerry Stewart
Boy's Citizenship . .
Girl's Citizenship . .
. . David Kuster
. . .David Kuster
. Jean Golliday
Freshman . . . . . . Gregory Hoover
Sophomore . . . ...... Janet Stoltz
Junior .... . . . George Southgate-
Senior . . ..... Jean Golliday
Freshman . . . .... Janet Griffin
Sophomore . . . . . Rebecca Chance
Junior .... . . . Harlan McBumey
Senior .... . . . . Norma Watkins and
F.F.A. ........ . . Kenneth Maxwell
Nancy Jane Peairs Cup . . . ..... Paula Sophie
Photography .......... . . Stephen Ashmore
Student Council Plaque . . . . . . Max Robertson
Thespians .................. Jean Golliday
Danforth Foundation . . . . .Nancy Whitwood
Service Award . . . . . .Carolyn Schuth
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Valedictorian . .
Salutatorian ....... . . . Nancy Wills Cochran
Harold Osborne Trophy. . . ...... Russell White
John Calvin Hanna Cup . . . ....... Gary Stuart
Margaret H.J. Lampe Cup ....... Norma Watkins
Nancy Wills Cochran
Judy F reese
Bausch and Lomb Science Award . . Stephen Ashmore
Cary Stuart receives the
Trophy form Mr. Caton.
Jean Golliday and David Kuster are awarded the
DAR and SAR Citizenship Awards by Mr.
forma Watkins, Nancy Cochran, Rita Mentzer, Janet Stoltz,
udy Freese, Darlene Toepke, and Jean Washburn tied with a
.00 average for the Margaret H. J. Lampe Cup.
Mr. Caton presents the Serv-
ice Award to Carolyn Schuth.
Russell White receives the
Harold Osbome Trophy for the
letterman with the highest
After thirty-five years of faithful service to
Normal High, Miss Eula Mathew announced her plans
for retirement. Miss Mathew was honored for her
graciousness, wise council, and inspired leadership
at a special assembly program fashioned after the
"This Is Your Life" television program.
Mr. Scott congratulates Jerry EngiE:kYZQZ1:Idn?::n:eI3Ei:es the
Stewart as he receives the Social Mathew
Science Award. '
Nancy Whitwood accepts the Miss Fairfield presents the Foreign
Science Award from Mr. Chiddix. 106 Language Award to Lucia Galloway.
Vice-President - Larry Sylvester Treasurer - Judy Fisher
Secretary - Sherry Tosh President - Warren Colton
"l am not of many words."
Building Trades 3.
"She modestly accomplishes her tasks."
Child Adoption Club 3,4.
"Precious things are done up in little packages:
Child Adoption Club 3.
Not a sinner, nor a saint perhaps, but, well--the very
best of chaps."
Football lg Golf l,2,3,4g Honor Society 2,3,4, Band 1,2
Band Ensembles 1,23 Reverie 3,45 Inkspot 33 Student
Council lg Boys State 35 Debate 3,45 Projectionist Club
1,23 Camera Club 1,2,3,4, Treasurer 2, President 33
.A .N.S. 2,3,4, President 4.
"True to her word, her work, her friends."
Child Adoption Club 3,45 GAA 1,2.
"Happy am I, from care I am free, why can't they all
be contented like me?"
Transfer from Tonganoxie, Kansas 25 Wrestling 3,45
Track 2,35 Student Council 4, Pep Club 3,4.
"If it be this to dream, still let me sleep."
Transfer from Bloomington 2.
"This tall lad is lots of fun, many a friend he has won."
Basketball 1,2, Cross-Cotmtry 1,33 Projectionist Club
1.2,3,4, Secretary 4, Dramatics Club 2,33 "I Remember
Mama," "A Case of Springtime," "You Can't Take It
"Just one of the boys."
Baseball 45 Football 4.
"He doesn't bother work, and work doesn't bother him."
Football 15 Wrestling 2,35 FFA 1,2,3,4.
"l live to learn and learn to 1ive."
Wrestling 35 Track 2,35 Cross-Country 2,35 Honor Society
l,2,3,45 Reverie 4, Co-layout editorg Student Council 35
Pan Lingua 1,25 Dramatics Club 15 Camera Club 3,4,
Secretary 45 A.N.S. 2,3,4, Treasurer 4.
"The world's no better if we worryg 1ife's no longer if
"Someday I'll grow up and be a man."
Band 1,2,35 Band Ensembles l,2,35 Boys' Chorus 15
Mixed Chorus 15 Debate 45 Projectionist Club l,2,3,45
"She is gentle, she is shy, but there's mischief in her
Girls' Choir 45 Mixed Chorus 45 Pan Lingua 1,25 FHA
1, FTA 3,4.
"I'm a sane man, if too much learning leads to
"I take life as it comes."
Inkspot 45 Pan Lingua 1,25 D.O. 4.
"I can resist everything except temptation."
Basketball 15 Football 15 Boys' Chorus l,2,3,45 Mixed
Chorus 1,2,3,45 Dramatics Club 3,45 Pep Club 4.
NANCY WILLS COCHRAN
"When we are cramming and in a daze, Nancy is happy
because she makes A's."
Honor Society 1,2,3,45 Girls' Choir 3,45 Girls' Glee
Club 1,25 Girls' Ensemble 1,2,3,45 Mixed Chorus 3,45
Student Council 1,2,3,45 Executive Board Member 45
Welfare Committee 3,45 Courtesy Committee 25 Polio
Committee 3,45 Margaret H. J. Lampe Cup 2,35 Pan
Lingua 2,3,4, Vice President 35 Dramatics Club 1,25
A.N.S. 2,3,4, Historian 3, Vice President 45 lnkscapades 1
"And oh, he had that merry glance that seldom lady's
Basketball l,2,3,45 Football 15 Golf 1,25 Track 35
Cross-Country 3,45 Class Vice-President 1, President 45
Band l,2,3,45 Ensembles 1,25 Student Council 45 Pan
Lingua 15 Camera Club 1,2,3,45 A.N.S. 2,3,45 Band
"In life I find a lot of fun, but when there's work, I get
Honor Society 2,3,45 Girls Choir 3,45 Girls' Glee Club
1,25 Girls' Ensemble 3,45 Mixed Chorus 3,45 Reverie
Staff 4, Co-layout editor5 Pan Lingua 2,35 Thespians
2,3,4, Secretary 45 Dramatics Club 1,2,3,45 A.N.S.
2,3,-45 Pep Club 15 Drama Festival 2, "I Remember
Mama," "You Can't Take It With You," "And Came
The Spring," "Curtain Going Up."
"She has more fun in a minute than others have in a
Transfer from Bloomington 35 Pan Lingua 3,45 Dra-
matics Club 3,45 Pep Club 4.
"I live while I can."
Building Trades 35 D.O. 4.
"With a smile on her lips and a song in her heart."
Band 1,2,3,45 Ensembles 1,2,3,45 Girls Choir 3,45
Girls' Glee Club 1,25 Girls' Ensemble 1,2,3,45 Mixed
Chorus 1,2,3,45 Majorette 1,2,3,45 Thespians 3,45 Dra-
matics Club l,2,3,45 GAA 1,2,3,45 FTA 2,3, Historian 35
lnkscapades 1,35 Drama Festival 1,2, "I Remember
Mama," "A Case of Springtime."
"He has but one ambition--to enjoy life."
Transfer from Kenney 25 Football 2,3,45 Wrestling 2,3,45
Track 2,3,45 "N" Club 2,3,4.
"Not so meek as she looks."
Transfer from LeRoy 45 Band 45 Girls' Choir 45 Mixed
Chorus 45 Pep Club 4.
"On the diamond he excels5 through the air his ball
Baseball l,2,3,4, Captain 35 Football 15 FFA 1,3,45 "N"
Club 45 Pep Club 3,4.
"Speech is great, but silence is greater."
Band l,2,35 Projectionist Club l,2,3,45 FFA 1,2,3,4,
Sentinel 45 Judging Teams 2.
"Speaking generally--she's generally speaking."
Honor Society 2,3545 Girls' Choir 2,3,45 Girls' Glee
Club 15 Mixed Chorus 2,3,45 Pan Lingua 1,25 Thespians
2,3,45 Dramatics Club 1,2,3,45 A.N.S. 2,3,45 Pep Club 15
"I Remember Mama," "You Can't Take It With You,"
"A Man Called Peter," "Curtain Going Up!."
SUZANNE DRAPER EVANS
"I love to live, and I live to love."
Junior-Varsity Cheerleader 25 Varsity Cheerleader 3,45
Homecoming Attendant 45 Girls' Choir 25 Girls' En-
semble 1,25 Girls' Glee Club 15 Inkspot 45 Student
Council 1,4, Secretary 45 Dramatics Club 1,25 Pep
W Club 1,2,3,4, President 4.
"Why slow down? We're only going 80! "
"I couldn't be good if I would, and I wouldn't be good
if I could."
Basketball 15 Baseball 1,2,3,4, Manager 15 Football 15
Boys' Chorus 1,2,3,45 Mixed Cnoms 1,2,3,45 Boys'
Ensemble 1,25 "N" Club 3,4.
"She'd rather talk to a man than an angel."
Class Treasurer 25 Homecoming Attendant 45 Girls'
Choir 2,3,45 Girls' Glee Club 15 Girls' Ensemble 2,3,45
Mixed Chorus 2,3,45 Mixed Ensemble 15 Inkspot 45
Student Council 45 Pan Lingua 2,3, Treasurer 35 Dra-
matics Club 15 Pep Club 15 Music Award.
"Genius is the ability to avoid work."
Band 1,2,45,Band Ensembles 25 Boys' Chorus 45 Mixed
Chorus 45 Rhythmaires 45 FFA 45 Building Trades 35 Pep
"Smiling she comes, and smiling she goes."
Child Adoption Club 35 Pep Club l,2,3.
"Energetic, pretty, studious, too5 there isn't a thing that
she can't do."
Class Treasurer 15 Honor Society 1,2,3,4, President 45
Band 1,2,3,4, Secretary 35 Band Ensembles 1,2,3,45
Girls' Choir 2,3,45 Girls' Ensemble 2,35 Mixed Chorus
2,3,45 Mixed Ensemble 45 Reverie Staff 3,4, Subscrip-
tion Manager 45 Student Council 2, Newsletter Chair-
man 25 Thespians 2,3,4, Secretary 3, Vice-President 45
Dramatics Club 1,2,3,4, Treasurer 2, Secretary 3, Presi-
dent 45 FTA 2,3,4, Vice-President 3, President 45 Pep
Club 15 D.A.R.Award45DramaFestival1,4, Director 4,
"Time Out For Ginger," "I Remember Mama," "A Man
Called Peter," "Curtain Going Up."
"And he seldom breaks the rule' never studies out of
Football l,2,3,45 FFA 1,2,3, Sentinel 45 Judging Teams
"I crave excitement, so let's start something."
Baseball l,2.35 Football 1,25 Wrestling 35 Prom King
Attendant 35 Dramatics Club 1,25 Pep Club l,2,3,4.
"She is comel she is fair she's a favorite eve 'where.'
Jr. Varsity Cheerleader 1,25 Varsity Cheerleader 45
Class Treasurer 45 Girls' Choir 3,45 Girls' Glee Club 25
Girls' Ensemble 3,45 Mixed Chorus 3,45 Pan Lingua
2,3,45 Dramatics Club 1,25 Pep Club 1,2,3,45
"Quiet and unobtrusive, but efficient for all that."
Child Adoption Club 3,4.
"In whatever she does, she acts well her part."
Honor Society l,2,3,4, Secretary 45 Baton Ensemble
2,3,45 Girls' Choir 2,3,45 Mixed Chorus 2,3,-45 Majorette
1,2,3,45 Reverie Staff 3,45 Pan Lingua l,2,3, Secretary 3
Thespians 2,3,4, Treasurer 3, President 45 Dramatics
Club l,2,3,4, Vice -President 45 Pep Club 15 Margaret.
H. J. Lampe Cup 35 lnkscapades 2,35 Drama Festival
l,4, Director 4, "The Saturday Evening Ghost," "Il
Remember Mama," "A Man Called Peter," "Curtain
'A cheery lass w1th a pretty smxle, she makes us eel
Transfer from Bloommgton 2, Chrld Adoptron Club 3,45
Grrls' Cholr 1,2,3 Mrxed Chorus 1,2,3 Momtor 4 Dra-
"Eat drmk and be merry, for tomorrow we may have a
Track 4 Dramatrcs Club 3,4 Llbrarxan 4 'N' C1ub'4,
"Quiet, but nice.
Transfer from Do
"I never get excited
Football 1,2,3g FFA 1,2 3,4 Judgmg team 3
"Her eyes portray her though
Girls' Choir 49 Mixed Chorr 4 Glrls' Glee Club 1 2
Pan Lingua 3,43 FHA 1,2,3,4
"The greatest pleasure in life is love."
Pep Club 1,3,4.
"The terrible burden of having nothing to do."
Basketball 15 Football 1,2,3,45 Pep Club 1,2,3.
"Greater men than I have lived, but I doubt it."
Basketball 1,25 Baseball 1,2,3,4, Manager 15 Football
1,2,3,45 Wrestling 3,45 "N" Club 3,45 Pep Club 1,2,3,4.
"lt's no task to be happy."
Girls' Choir 45 Mixed Chorus 45 Librarian 25 FHA 2.
"Tall and quiet, what a match5 for someone he is quite
Baseball 2,35 Pep Club 4.
"Why hurry, there'1l be time after I'm dead."
FFA 1,2,3,45 Judging team 1.
"A gentleman in every sense of the word."
Baseball 1,35 Football 1,2,3,45 Golf 2,45 Wrestling 35
Boys' Chorus 1,2,3,4, President 35 Boys' Ensemble 1,2,
3,45 Mixed Chorus 1,2,3,45 Student Council 1,2,3,4,
Chairman l,2,3,45 Pan Lingua 3,45 "N" Club 2,3,45 Pep
Club 1,2,3,45 Student Court Judge 45 S.A.R. Award 4.
"He is going forward to something great."
Dramatics Club 3,45 FTA 25 Pep Club 2,45 Boys' Chorus
1,25 Mixed Chorus 1,2.
"Someday she'l1 draw the world."
Transfer from U-High 23 Girls' Choir 2,33 Mixed Chorus
2,35 Dramatics Club 3,45 FTA 2,3,45 Pep Club 2,3,43
"Never a dull moment! "
Pep Club 1,2,3,4.
"The unspoken word never does harm."
Transfer from LeRoy 15 Child Adoption Club 3,45 GAA
25 FHA 1.
"Her aim is high, her spirit too."
Honor Society 2,3,4g Girls' Choir 2,35 Girls' Glee Club lg
Girls' Ensemble 33 Mixed Chorus 2,35 Child Adoption
Club 3,45 Pan Lingua 3,49 FTA 2.
"Art is her drawing point."
Reverie Staff 2, Child Adoption Club 3,45 Dramatics
Club 1,2,3,4g FTA 3,4, Historian 43 Pep Club 1, Art
"There's a "Lott" of living in this lad."
Football 1,2,3,45 Wrestling 2,3,4: FFA l,2,3g "N"
"He lights a spark in a certain gir1's heart."
"I am a quiet little boy."
"He's a 'miser' only with his words."
Baseball 1,35 Football 1.
"A friendly manner and a pleasant way."
FHA 2,3,45 Pep Club 2,45 D.O. 4.
"Good humor makes all things tolerable."
Thespians 2,3,45 Dramatics Club 1,2,3,45 "A Double-
Barreled Detective Story," "l Remember Mama," "You
Can't Take It With You," "A Man Called Peter," "Cur-
tain Going Up."
"He loves the game beyond the prize."
Football 2,3,4g Wrestling 4.
"A true sportsman in every sense of the word."
Class Treasurer 35 Basketball 1,25 Baseball 1,2,35 Foot-
ball 1,2,3,45 Captain 45 Wrestling 3,45 Projectionist
Club 1,2,3,4, Secretary 3, President 45 "N" Club 3,4,
Vice -President 45 I.A.T.A. 45 Building Trades 3.
"I'm sorta bashful, but just let me get started."
Wrestling 2,3,45 Track 1,2,3,45 Cross-Country 1,2,3,4,
co-captain 4, FFA 4, "N" Club 1,2,3,45 I.A.T.A. 4,
Building Trades 35 Pep Club 3,4.
"Love makes her world go round."
Transfer from Bloomington 25 Child Adoption Club 45
GAA 2,45 FHA 3,45 Pep Club 4.
"He is certain to be near when fun and mischief do
Basketball 1, Baseball 35 Football 15 Basketball Manager
2,3,45 Band 1,2,35 FFA 1,2,3,4, Judging Teams 1,3,45
"N" Club 3,45 Pep Club 1,2,a,4.
"What a man is he!"
Basketball 1,2,3,4, Football 1,2,3,4, Track 1,2,3,4, "N"
Club 3,4, President 4, Pep Club 3,4.
"His darkest hour is when he can't talk or laugh."
Baseball l,2,3,4, Football 1,2,3, Wrestling 3,4, Student
Council 2, Committee Chairman 2, "N" Club 2,3,4,
Pep Club 1,2,3,4, Executive Board 4.
"Some say he's quiet, but if they only knew him, they'd
FFA 3,4, Vice President 4, I.A.T.A. 2, Pep Club 1,2,3,4,
Judging Teams l,2,3,4.
"Cute, clever, and full of fun, known and liked by every-
Honor Society 3,45 Band 4, Girls' Choir 2,3,4, Girls' Glee
Club 1, Vice President 1, Girls' Ensemble 1,2,3,4, Mixed
Chorus 2,3,4, Reverie 4, Advertising Manager 4, Pan
Lingua 2,3,4, Dramatics Club 1,2, A.N.S. 4, Pep Club
1,2,3,4, Margaret H. J. Lampe Cup 3, lnkscapades 2.
"That I'm a man I'd have you know tho' I still have
some room to grow.
Basketball 1,2,3, Baseball 3, Football 1,25 Golf 2, Track
4, Cross-country 3,4, Co-Captain 4, Band 1,2,4, Boys'
Chorus 4, Mixed Chorus 4, Student Council 1,43 "N"
Club 3,4, I.A.T.A. 3,4, Secretary 3, Building Trades 3,
"I never think of the future, it comes soon enough."
Basketball 1, Golf 1,2,3,4, Wrestling 2,3,4, Cross-
country 1, Boys' Chorus l,2,3,4, Boys' Ensemble 1,25
Mixed Chorus 1,2,3,4, Projectionist Club 1,2,3,4,
I.A.T.A. 3,4, Pep Club 1,2,3,4.
"Quiet, but not sullen, is our boy, Ed Mullen."
Transfer from Bloomington 2.
"Her heart is a garden fair, and many a flower blossoms
Honor Society 2,3,4, Treasurer 3, Girls' Choir 1,2,3,4,
President 3, Vice President 4, Girls' Ensemble 3,4, Mixe
Chorus 1,2,3,4, Accompanist 1,2,3,4, Student Council 3,
Lingua 1, FTA 2,3,4, Chorus Award 3, Inkscapades 3,
ld Adoption Club 3,4, Chairman 4.
"She would be cheerful under a mountain of troubles."
Band 1,2,3,43 Band Ensembles 3,43 Girls' Choir 2,3,43
Mixed Chorus 2,3,43 Pan Lingua 3,43 Dramatics Club
1,2,3,43 Pep Club 43 Inkscapades 1,23 Drama Festival 2.
LILLIAN PEIF ER
"There is no index of character so sure as the voice."
Pep Club 2,3.
friends in any place."
Class Secretary 33 Honor Society 2,3,43 Homecoming
Attendant 4s Prom Attendant 33 Girls' Choir 3,43 Girls'
Glee Club 23 Mixed Chorus 3,43 Dramatics Club 23 GAA
13 FHA 1,2,3,4, Secretary 2, Vice-President 3, Treasurer
43 Pep Club 1.
"Don't fence me in."
Boys' Chorus 13 Mixed Chorus 13 D.O. 3,4.
Her friendly manner, charm, and grace will win her
"A quiet gentleman."
Track ls Pep Club 33 D.O. 3,4.
"They say great talkers are little doers, but I'm an ex-
Football 13 Golf 2,3,4j Reverie Staff 43 Debate 3,43 De
bate Recorder 3, Captain 43 Projectionist Club 1,2,3,4,
Treasurer 3, Vice-President 43 Pan Lingua 13 Camera
Club 2,3,4. I
"Always wound up and going."
Girls' Glee Club 23 Mixed Chorus 3,43 Girls' Choir 3,45
Dramatics Club lg Pep Club 2,3.
"Laughing eyes and pretty hair pronounce her a girl be-
Homecoming Queen 43 Prom Attendant 33 Girls' Choir
Inkspot 4, Editor 4.
1,2,3,43 Girls' Ensemble 1,2,3,43 Mixed Chorus 1,2,3,43
"Cheerful and good-natured."
Basketball 15 Track 3,45 Cross-Cotmtry 4.
Class Vice-President 25 Student Council 1,2,3,4, Com-
mittee Chairman 2,3, President 45 FFA 1,2,3,45 Judging
"To live--what more could I ask?"
"Po1iteness costs nothing a.nd gains everything."
Band 1,2,3,45 Band Ensembles 2,3,45 Boys' Chorus 45
Mixed Chorus 45 FFA 1,2,3,45 Judging Teams 2,3.
"The young people of today may be settling down, but
what about the young people of tonight?"
Basketball 1,25 Football 1,3,45 Wrestling 3,45 Track 1,2,
3,45 Cross-Country 25 Boys' Chorus 15 Mixed Chorus 15
Student Council 45 "N" Club 2,3,45 I.A.T.A. 3,4, Vice-
President 45 Pep Club 1,2,45 Honor Society 4.
"Whenever she's needed, she 'll be there, always ready
to do her share."
Girls' Choir 152,35 Mixed Chorus 1,2,35 Dramatics Club
1,25 FTA 2,3,45 Child Adoption Club 3,4.
"Always leaves them laughing."
Class Vice-President 35 Basketball 1,2,3,45 Football 3,45
Track 1,2,3,45 Cross-Country 1,25 FFA 1,25 "N" Club
1,2,3,45 Pep Club 1,2,3,45 Judging Teams 2.
"A friendly girl, with a pretty smi1e5 these traits will al
ways be her style."
Honor Society 2,3,45 Girls' Choir 1,2,35 Girls' Ensemble
1,2,35 Mixed Chorus 1,2,35 Mixed Ensemble 25 Student
Council 3, Secretary 35 Monitor 1,25 Child Adoption
Club 35 Thespians 2,3,45 Dramatics Club 1,2,35 A.N.S.
2,35 Pep Club 1,25 Inkscapades 1,25 Drama Festival 1,25
"Saturday Evening Ghost," "I Remember Mama."
"Never a care, never a hurry, just one girl is my main
Transfer from Bloomington. 35 Football 3,45 Dramatics
Club 3,45 l.A.T.A. 3,45 "You Can't Take It With You."
"A quiet charm, a pleasant way, with always a friendly
word to say."
Pan Lingua 2,3,45 Dramatics Club 15 Pep Club 1,2.
"To know him is to like him."
Transfer from Bloomington 25 Football 25 Proj ectionist
"Dates are my favorite dish."
Transfer from Bloomington 25 Inkspot 4, Editor 45 Pan
Lingua 35 Camera Club 45 A.N.S, 2,3,4.
"My greatest ambition is to live and die a bache1or."
I.A.T.A. 2,3, Vice-President 3.
"A friendly heart with many friends."
Girls' Choir 3,45 Girls' Glee Club 25 Mixed Choir 3,45
GAA 1,2,3,4, Executive Board 3, President 45 FHA 1,2,
3,4, Parliamentarian 45 Child Adoption Club 3,4.
"Willing .she is and eager to please."
Girls' Choir 3,45 Girls' Glee Club 25 Mixed Chorus 3,45
Dramatics Club 25 FHA l,2,3,4, Secretary 3, Vice-
President 45 FTA 3,45 Child Adoption Club 3,4.
"Leon's a boy who runs pell me1l."
Track 1,3,45 Cross-Country 1,2,3,45 Building Trades 35
Pep Club 3,4.
"Blue eyes, brown hair, the answer to a maiden's prayer."
FFA 1,2,3,4, Secretary 35 I.A.T.A. 35 Pep Club 45 Judg-
ing Teams 1,2,3,4.
"A little nonsense now and then is relished by the wisest
Honor Society 1,2,3,45 Band 1,2,3,45 Band Ensembles
2,3,45 Boys' Chorus 3,45 Mixed Chorus 3,45 Rhythmaires
l,2,3,45 Reverie 25 Inkspot 45 Debate Team 4, Co-Cap-
tain 45 FFA 1,25 Camera Club 1,2,3,4, Vice-President 3,
President 45 A.N.S. 2,3,45 Judging Teams 1,25 Inkscapades
2,3, Chairman 4.
"Big and strong he's happy all day long."
Transfer from University High 2.
"I came here just for books, not for girls and giddy looks."
Honor Society 1,2,3,45 Reverie 2,45 Co-editor 45 Debate
4, Financial Secretary 45 Pan Lingua 15 Camera Club
2,3,4, Treasurer 45 A.N.S. 2,3,45 Projectionist Club 1.
"A quiet girl, but oh, so nice!"
Band 1,2,3,45 Band Ensembles 3,45 Pep Club 1,2.
"The farther away I am from girls, the better I like
I.A.T.A. 45 Projectionist Club 1.
"She possesses a great wealth, the art of talking."
Child Adoption Club 354.
I have to take a dog along to keep the girls away."
Basketball 15 Football 15 Golf 1,25 Wrestling 2,35 Cross-
country 35 Class Vice-President 45 Honor Society 2,3,45
Band 1,2,3,4, Secretary 4, Librarian 25 Band Ensembles
2,35 Rhythmaires 1,2,3,45 Dramatics Club 15 I.A.T.A.
1,2,3,4, Executive Board Member 2, Treasurer 3, Presi-
dent 45 Pep Club 1,25 Band Award 3.
"A ring on the finger is worth two on the phone."
Dramatics Club 2,35 Pep Club 4.
"School breaks up my whole day."
Basketball 15 Football 1,2,35 Golf 1,2535 Wrestling 2,35
Boys' Chorus 15 Mixed Chorus 15 Pan Lingua 2,35 Dra-
matics Club 15 "N" Club 3,45 I.A.T.A. 3,45 Pep Club
"Silence is golden if you can stand it."
Junior Varsity Cheerleader 15 Varsity Cheerleader 25
Girls Choir 1,2,3,45 Girls' Ensemble 25 Mixed Chorus
1,2,3,45 Inkspot 4, Editor 45 Dramatics Club 1,25 Pep
Club 1,2,3,45 Inkscapades 1,2.
"Sherry is a lovable lass, so popular in the senior class."
Transfer from Bloomington 35 Class Secretary 45 Prom
Attendant 35 Girls' Choir 3,4, Secretary 35 Mixed Cho-
rus 3,45 Pan Lingua 3,4, Secretary 45 Pep Club 4.
"A light heart lives long."
Pep Club 1,2,3.
MARY ANN WARD
"Too late boys! Cupid has already shot his arrow."
Transfer from Bloomington 35 GAA 45 FHA 3,4.
"Music hath charms-so hath the musician."
Honor Society 2,3,45 Girls' Choir 4, Librarian 45 Girls'
Glee Club 1,25 Girls' Ensemble 1,2,3,45 Mixed Chorus
3,45 Accompanist 1,2,3,45 Reverie Staff 4, Literary ed-
itor 45 Thespians 3,45 Dramatics Club 1,2,3,4, Treasurer
35 FTA 2,3,4, Vice -President 45 Pep Club 15 Inkscapades
1,2,35 Drama Festival 25 "I Remember Mama," "Curtain
"One of the fellows you simply have to like !"
Basketball 1,25 Football 1,2,3,45 Golf 1,25 Wrestling 35
Honor Society 2,3,4, Treasurer 45 Band 1,2,3,45 BandEn-
sembles 3,45 Rhythmaires 3,45 Reverie Staff 4, Editor
45 Student Council 45 Pan Lingua 2 ,3 ,4, President 45 Dra-
matics Club 1, "N" Club 3,45 A.N.s. 2,3,4, Pep Club 1.
"There is no fear in him."
Basketball 1,2,3,45 Football 1,2,3,45 Track l,2,3,45 FFA
1,25 "N" Club 2,3,4.
"I am as I am and always will be."
Girls' Glee Club 15 FHA 1,2,3,4.
"Yes, he loves to crack his jokes and in short, amuse
Football 25 Wrestling 2,35 Track 35 FFA 1,2,35 "N" Club
35 I.A.T.A. 3.
"She is just the quiet kind whose nature never changes."
FHA 1,2,3, D.o. 3,4.
"Love is the best of all! "
Transfer from Bloomington 3.
"Pretty to walk with, 'Whitty' to talk with."
Junior-Varsity Cheerleader 25 Class President 25 Class
Secretary 15 Honor Society 2,3,4, Vice-President 45
Relay Queen 3, Attendant 45 Homecoming Attendant 45
Prom Queen 35 Baton Ensemble 1,2,3,45 Girls' Glee Club
1,25 Majorette l,2,3,45 Reverie Staff 3,4, Business
Manager 45 Student Council 2,45 Vice-President 4,
Committee Chairman 2,45 Dramatics Club 1,25 FTA 354,
Treasurer 45 A.N.S. 2,3,4, Treasurer 3, Secretary 45 Pep
Club 1,25 Betty Crocker Award 45 Inkscapades 1,3.
"An athlete that scores in more ways than one."
Baskerbnl 1,2,3,45 FFA 1,2,3,45 Pep Club 4, Judging
"A girl of many talents--her greatest is friendliness."
Class Secretary 25 Baton Ensemble 2,3,45 Girls' Choir
1,2,3, Librarian 35 Girls' Ensemble 35 Mixed Chorus 3,45
Majorette 1,2,3,45 Child Adoption Club 3,45 Dramatics
Club 1,25 FHA 2,3,45 Pep Club 15 Inkscapades 3.
As brand new N.C.H.S. students, we "Freshies" showed our responsibility by electing President
Max Bissey, Vice -President Warren Colton, Secretary Nancy Whitwood, and Treasurer Jean
Golliday as our class officers. Our "greenness" soon wore off as we found ourselves in the busy
whirl of school activities, which included a class party in the winter.
Before we knew it, we were Sophomores and ready to begin another busy year's activities.
To start off with a "bang," our tremendously successful magazine campaign headed by co-
captains Nancy Wills and Steve Ashmore broke all records of previous years. To make us even
prouder, our skit, "Homecoming--Then and Now," won first prize, and Sharon Todd was elected
to the varsity cheerleading squad. Officers for the highly successful year were Nancy Whitwood,
President, Max Robertson, Vice -Presidentg Sharon Wingstirn, Secretaryg and Connie Fese,
Our Junior year found us tingling with anticipation at the prospect of ordering our class rings
and becoming full -fledged upperclassmen. President Max Bissey, Vice -President Bruce Scott,
Secretary Nancy Perschall, and Treasurer Virgil Malinowski served as class officers, and Suzy
Draper was elected varsity cheerleader. Nancy Whitwood reigned as co-queen of the Normal
Relays. We soon turned our attention to the social highlight of the year, the Junior-Senior
Prom. After deciding on the theme, "Moonlight and Roses," we Juniors spent many evenings
working feverishly on decorations. The delightful evening finally arrived to find Juniors and
Seniors dining and dancing with the spotlight focused on our King and Queen, Nancy Whitwood
and Max Bissey. Attending the royal couple were Sherrie Tosh, Joyce Reum, Nancy Pershall,
Larry Sylvester, Warren Colton, and Norman Fillmore. Steve Ashmore served as toastmaster,
and Don Adams and his orchestra played for dancing.
Finally, our long -awaited dream of being Seniors became a reality. We were quite proud
when we collected the most money for the Welfare Drive. Leading the class were Warren Col-
ton, Presidentg Larry Sylvester, Vice -Presidentg Sherrie Tosh, Secretary, and Judy Fisher,
Treasurer. Many other students showed their responsibility in the capable leadership of school
clubs and organizations. Max Robertson tirelessly performed his duties as Student Council
President, working with Vice -President Nancy Whitwood, and Executive Board Member Nancy
Wills. Gary Stuart and Russell White, co -editors, worked persistently to make the Reverie a
success. The Honor Society was headed by Jean Golliday, who was also the capable leader of
FTA and Dramatics Club. Lucia Galloway was elected President of Thespians and Joyce Reum
President of Girls' Choir. A.N.S. meetings were presided over by Steve Ashmore, and I.A.T.A,
ran smoothly under the leadership of Larry Sylvester. "N" Club elected Bob Neeves and
Projectionist Club Virgil Malinowski as their leaders. The Presidency of the GAA was in the
capable hands of Eunice Siebert. Russell White led the Pan Lingua Club and Kim Stein was
President of the Camera Club.
Sponsoring the Homecoming Dance was one of the main events of the year. For the first
time the dance was held in the new gym with music provided by Dick Bouchard and his or-
chestra. Joyce Reum was our lovely Homecoming Queen. With the romantic title, "Deep
Purple," even the "flu bug" couldn't keep the dance from being a success.
As the year progressed, we Seniors began to realize that our days at N.C.H.S. were limited.
Spring ushered in thoughts of graduation as we ordered our announcements and were measured
for caps and gowns. The happy events of our high school days culminated in a senior picnic at
State Farm Park, Senior Breakfast, and our last Junior-Senior prom. We chuckled at the reading
of the class prophecy, but silently realized we would soon take our places in the world. When
the all-important night arrived and we marched up the aisle to the strains of "Pomp and Cir-
cumstance," we were a little hesitant to bid good -bye to N.C.H.S.
Commencement marks the culmi-
nation of four eventful, but memory-
filled years at Normal High. Events of
these pleasant high school days, fresh
in the minds of the class of '58, will
be recalled many times in the unknown
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