Sterling High School - Blue and Gold Yearbook (Sterling, IL)

 - Class of 1951

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gtg J X-,G Before You Go Any Farther... We would like to make a few comments about this year's Blue and Gold. First of all, we hope that you will enjoy the 1951 yearbook both now and in the future. For that reason, the emphasis has been placed on pictures, photographs, and drawings of the "brand new' Sterling Township High School, its students and faculty, and the activities which occurred during the first year at the new address. We would like to take this opportunity to thank the American Yearbook Company of Owatonna, Minnesota, Eshleman Commercial Photos of Ster- ling, our patrons, and everyone else who helped make this book The Staff 'B 3242, 'iff' 'S , 4' . QM I , W be Qi ,Ar . il 4,-1 L ...4 P- -ng-m w.5an,....:..- 4.4 , ,P 'ow-.-ee' ., BL EAINI GOLll -y.fa"' . , 1,-' Sterling Township High School - Sterling, Illinois 2 Nineteen Hundred 82 Flfty llne vff Y Q L, 8 ig .sf gp ,if r.f,,..v 'G -x'W"9-'Y we 524 Wm jf W4-ff Mr, , Ji ff' Ill il! lllll I1 lllll New-TE"-girl., gu' :Jig m as mill g Ilwpw P-J5ERT WORK Archltect s drum mg looklnff xx est on Flfth -XX enue Kay Eshleman, co editor Roger Lalble, co edntor Bob Mathis, business mgr Herbert Parsley , adviser 3 O O E 7 r W! 4 ,. ,Q K . .E A .53 . V , ,. 'bxqyw x 7 ,tw . - Ax' ff' e, ' ' vr ' . hw, - ,A 0 f,1f,+'l , 1. ' , 5 V, ' . f . ' v -5.15, 1 ,5-,A - ,,i,f.. 5 , A I, ,nf ff' .ZR x ei Sw e . -. . e 1. . fo .5 I Tsai ' in ,V 'fy' 6 ' 4- r 'V I ' . fin' s ' ff A eff k ' K ' f .f r ,,3, ' -pi -.4 ,., Hd.: 'Je ' f 'V 3 Q, we .J ' A! 53 Y ' vfxedyf, :, ww 'M ' 1 V '3 ,g -v L f 4 5 .nn W .Q 1 4' J' yr' ,Kean i U 5 . X 'Q . Q. 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The staff applauds the taxpayers, the school administrators, the construction personnel, the persons who moved school equipment and supplies and who put the building into order, and everyone else who participated in this extraordinary prolect. 4 CONTENTS FACULTY ,.,,... CLASSES .......A.4,, ACTIVITIES SPORTS ...S . , Page 6 14 50 82 Construction in progress . r uf on the Tower Buxldmg fag,-L SILLINOIS .-1 -xi 5 EF ff-XX Jcggjxfiiv Q-1 fi? FACULTY '51- NEE. .57 -.-.- : " .1.:E:y I . l .L ,I , X. 1 'fl V' a- - " v ' ' I l 3.111 0 0 1 1 . If 4 if-'lla ,S-. Y .,' J F25 ' .---- 'Q ,,Z,., ,,,Wm , ,f 'V E I f' 5 5 1 L f. x 492 - Y AY". A uv: 4 ' X hu. ' lr li 2 ? Z 5 5 4 Mr. Roscoe lfades Principal Leading SHS in its daily routine of activities is our principal, Mr. Roscoe Eades. The welfare of the students and school is a leading factor in his busy program. His guidance and leadership have made the first year at the new Sterling Township High School a success. School Board Left to right: Xlr. D. Castle, Nlr. P, H. VVard, Mr. O C. Beatty, Xlr. L. H. Brown, and Mr. H. Bell. 55 n o a .-Q... 1 'N I, Mr. U. R. DeV0e Assistant Principal Mr. U. R. DeVoe, our assistant principal, holds the confidence of the entire student body. With understanding and friendliness, he is willing to help anyone who seeks his advice. His sincere in- terest in young people and his never-ending humor have won him the respect and affection of SHS students. The Board of Education sets the principals and standards by which SHS functions. Members of the board are to be highly commended for their untiring efforts in planning and supervising the new school before, during, and after its COHSIFUC- tion. 9 'f rf' 'uf' A2 1:7 Miss Lucile Bames Nilss Helen Becker 'Nlr Curus Brandau Xhss Dorls Burnt! Englixb Gxrls Pbyncal Education SocmlSc1ence Englzsb 4 ,v GQ! quqgaai .,- sz Mrs. Eleanor Davidson N urse my 3 new W ,,,r We Miss Vella Fzdden Librarian T7 Mr. Eugene Hall Miss Mary Harris Miss jan Head Mrs. Gazelle Hill Boys' Physical Education English Commercial Englixlo 'Elf WV?" Ml X . AFR , ,-V Q Mr. Peter Hoogeveen Miss Eva Hunt Miss Mildren Krughoff Miss Barbara Larson Vocational IVoodslJop Commercial Social Scienceg Speech Vocational Guidance Mr. R. June Lee Mrs. Viola Martin Latin Home Economics i v in ?u-ar 04? Mrs. Margaret Mee Mr. B. A. Mitchell Mr. Haden Moore Mr. Homer Musgrove Biologyg Girly Physical Commercial Trade and Industrial Boys' Physical Educationg Education Machine Shop Health lv e 791 at s f e gl fm ' 1- ,, -A et. l' -" t ft, 6 W -: xg f L - V at ' fr " 1 Mr. Arthur Neahring Mr. Herbert Parsley Mr. J. E. Robbins Miss Jeanette Sasek Art Mathematics Social Science Scienceg ,t 4. ' in 'HW L - I ti ' 7' utter' NZ'-'W f' ' : Q V J an -, U Mr. T. G. Scheid Mr. Arthur Schick Pbyxical Educationg Agriculture Athletics Home E conomics fl Q-' fo r --. W, Mi-wa K 6 L A I .ms xg X , I V ff: Miss Marjorie Schumaker Miss Alma Sherman Mr. C. XV. Sherman Mr. E. E. Small English Biology Science Mathematics T? lg! Q-4 xx. Miss Ruth Straw Miss Margaret Mr. VVi1liam Tonkin Miss Ruth XVelle Spanish Thackaberry Vocal Music Mathematics Director of Reading Instruction i 5 faux' Mr. H. E. Whaley Mechanical Drawng Secretary Miss Norma Rae Peters u 1 Pbuutlb-vw r--,-wa-wwf---V v' !.,......-.---f-f '......-----W-H K, H9 ,E fb A. .W X... X 31 Maintenance Men LEFT TO RIGHT: Mr. Steve Minier, Mr. Neal VVick, Mr. john Minier, and Mr. Lyle Mayne. X rf " gn xxx- N-.W 2 , fy .gi - Custodia ns LEFT TO RIGHT: Mrs. Beryl Jacobs, Mrs. Ray Lumbard, and Mrs. Lloyd Hunter. 4 , Xu W TN i .L ln CLASSES fh S.. QQ S -f-, r l N .U ,lf V ff . S O R. I6 ' N l , I ISI I . I 1 N- , I Sh ' I io 0 O'l -I-A ' ,,Eiif'f i 9-' I5 I LLP T TO RIGHT: john Xlichel, Laverne johnson, Ruth O Janssen, and Bob Peugh. Class of 'Sl Sponsors Dances These past four years have been pleasant and successful years for the class of '51, partially due to the fact that they were able to enjoy their senior year in the new building. Their interests were divided between athletics and social activities. The main event of their freshman year was a successful "Freshman Party," under the leadership of joel Rice and Sally Xlosher. That year they had one of the best frosh-soph football teams in the history of SHS. The Hrst year ofiicers were Chuck Cole, presidentg Kalah XVesner, vice-presidentg Carol Camps, secretaryg and Stan Doden, treasurer. Many couples attended the l'Rainbow Romp," sponsored by the class dur- ing its sophomore year. The presiding officers for 1948-49 were joel Rice, presidentg Bob Peugh, vice-presidentg Lora Lea VVolf, secretaryg and Mar- lene Kenner, treasurer. One of the most exciting things that took place in their high school years was the junior-Senior Prom-"Harmony In Heaven," which highlighted their junior year. It was under the capable leadership of Kalah VVesner and john Michel. The class also sponsored l'The Pirate Pranccf' 16 First To Leave New S H S During the junior year. Lyle .Xlatznick served as president, .Xlarilyn Bawden, vice-president, Bettie XVinn, secretary, and Dick XViddows. treasurer. Because of an undefeated and untied season, the 19-+9 football squad, which included many juniors, succeeded in obtaining the N.C.I.C. Con- ference Championship. The iunior bovs on the 1949-50 varsity basketball team had the honor of being one of the "sweet sixteen" teams in the state tournament. Surviving its first three years, the class ventured forth into the remain- ing one, which was spent in the new high school building. Because of the delay in starting the fall term, the annual Halloween Frolic was replaced by the "Cum Bum" dance - directed by Katy Puskedra and Bob Peugh. The seniors initiated the first Senior Recognition Day, an observance which is destined to become traditional in vears to follow. The class also sponsored a dance in the spring. I Acting as oHicers for the senior year were john Michel, president, Bob Peugh, vice-presidentg Ruth Janssen, secretary, and Laverne johnson. treasurer. The senior advisers were Nliss Doris Burritt and Miss Ruth XVelle. The Class of '51 is proud of the fact that they' were the first class to be graduated from the new high school. In leaving school, this Vear's seniors sincerely hope that future students will have as much good luck and fortune as they have had. i Q AdVlS9I'S1 Xlissliurh want and ui., nm. isurm. 5 'YS Y? . 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MARY HUNTLEY CAA' Hi-Tri' Spanish Clube Nlonirorg Promg Sophomore Dance. 24 1 Spamsh Club X Pres 2 Campus Club Xearbook Staff Xlomtor Semor Class Sec Sophomore Dance Prom CHL CIx JOH XNNSEN Cross Countrv Football Basketball Tenms C u H1 X Freshman Dance Sophomore Dance L-XX I RXI JOHNSON Intramural sports Track Robed Cholr Future Farm ers Semor Class Treas jumor Dance bf it ":m SENIORS malT L jIXI RINDLIL Iootball Intramural sports S Club H1X Prom Sen lor Dance XI -XRX K-XISI R Football Basketball Track Base mall S Club H1 X Prom Freshman Dance Sophomore Dance 'lib BOB RIVG lootball Basketball Track Cross Countrx S Club Robed Cholr TIIOXIXS KFLLI R Cross Country Future Farmers Campus Club D -XRX L RNLTSI X Intramural sports Band Q6 XIXRIOX L0 OXNI- KENDELL Future I-Iomemakers Glrls Chorus G-VX Prom Q--ai U I SI I X F KOI' STLR Football Intramural sports Future Farmers S Club XI ARI ENI RFXXFR Scrxpt Staff Student Coun cll Xcarboolt Staff Llbrarl an GX-X Glrls Chorus Future Homemakers Sopho more Class Treas Prom Sophomore Dance Iumor 'L' Dance XX l SLI X ROSTER Fratlt Xlomtor Boxs Chor us Sophomore Dance jun lor Dance Prom 25 dl' sa? ff., Sfw l a 4' s :QQ N .AI ERN IN LOB -XL GH DORIS KLNDE ROGER L-XIBLI KN ILXI -X JOX CF Latm Club Student Coun Lross Countrw Football IINTON Cross Countrx Golf Intra Robed Cl101f Glrls I nsem mural sports S Club el jr Red Cross Treas 4 Prom Senior Dance I XI I NIATYXICR XI restlmg Football S Club Nlomtor Student Track edltor Cholr Dance Basketball Spamsh Boss Chorus Robed Nlonltor S Club Club Spamsh Club G-XA Future Ilomemalacrs Nlom tor Xcarboolt Staff Band Freshman Dance Sopho more Dance 'Iumor Dance Prom Semor Dance BOB 'XI-XTHIS Track Football Intramural sports Latln Club Campus Club S Club Bows Chor us Bots Quartet Robed Cholr Dramatlc Club Xear book Staff Busxness Nlanag er I-I1X Freshman Dance Sophomore Dance unxor Dance Prom Semor Dance Councxl Future Farmers SHERXXIX NICCONIBS DON LXLD I XICKLI' Sec 2 Treas 3 JUHIOI' Class Cross Country IVrestlmg Football S Club Band Pres Prom Semor Dance Club H1 Y 26 ...sf SENIORS PATT XII l WI IN Iatln Club G-XA Campus Club Glrls Chorus H1 Trl SCIIPI Staff X earbook Staff Irbrarxan Nlomtor Future 'leachers Freshman Dance Sophomore Dance junxor Dance Prom Semor Dance Qu t': Y +I 1 Tgf i I 1 . l yy ' I x I ,,i-my -, 1- . , '. 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YQ A I , as ,sq 3 A I XIXRX XXX XII IXI N I OLISI XII XZ Future llomcmalters Girls Perham Hlmnesotal Hrgh Chorus Student Counerl School 1' GX-X Spanlsh xl0l11fUI' Sophomore Dance Club Dramatic Club Prom S-XI I X NIOSI-II R G-XX Txxxrler Serlpt Staff Xearboolx Staff Glrls Chor us HxTr1 Sec 3 Pres 4 Spanish Club Pres 3 Cam pus Club Dramatre Club Pres 4 Xlonltor Freshman Dance Sophomore Dance un10r Dance Prom Senxor Dance JOHN XIICHII Intramural sports XI restlmg Football Campus Club Script Staff Iatm Club Cheerleader u Xlomtor Dramatlc Club Boxs Chorus Robed CIIOII' Semor Class Pres Sopho more Dance Junior Dance Prom Senlor Dance jOI XIORENO Football Basketball Track Student Councll r Red w Cross S Club Prom C-XROI XXI NEI SOX C1-X-X H1Tr1 Glrls Chor us Campus Club 'Xlomtor XDII -X X -XJ -XR I atm Club Freshman Dance Ilarlmgen Vfexasl Hlgh Sophomore Dance umor School 17 Spamsh Club Dance Prom Semor Dance Nl -XRIXN XIII I FR Student Council r Rtl C ross I nbrarlan Future I Iomemqlters G -X -X Glrls Chorus X earbools Staff Script Staff Co edltor Dra mme Club XIOIIIIUI' Soph omore Dance un1or Dance Prom Semor Dance NI-XRILHX NELSON GA-X Future Homemakers Campus Club Grrls Chor us Nlomtor Xearbook Staff Serlpt Staff H1Tr1 Fresh man Dance Sophomore Dance jumor Dance Prom Semor Dance R 2 L va-dx' X , 7, ,, W , s 9, I ' ig 5 . 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JONNNI OHIH Semor Dance I Glrls Chorus G-X-X Spamsh ,Til C u H1 Trl Xlomtor Freshman Dance Sopho more Dmce jumor Dance Prom HOXV -XRD R R ATZI. -XFF Intramural sports Future F Jax FT OLTNI xxxs Mmm Nllllcdgeulle fllllntllil Hlgh School l G-XX Yearbook -..,, Qtafl' Script Staff Girls Chorus Future Home makers Prom AA! A, is 9 fs AIOANY RFIVS PANSCIK C-XX Xlonltor Girls Chor us Student COUllLll Fresh man Dance Sophomore Dance jumor Dance Prom Semor Dance CIILCK RHO-XDLS ROBFRT PI Lflll lootball XY resrlmg Track Football Basketball Track H1 X Club jr e 'As f 9 9 U1 Cross Sophomore Dance 'vw :Q Student Councll Xlomtor S0 homore Class X Pres Serljlor ClassX Pres Sopho vt? more Dance Jumor Dance 4 Prom Semor Dance 28 f an I - f ' g A' ' l g Jun- 6 . . 'A ' T . ' L Al A ll l , . l bg l- Q 'QA . A g 1 1 F l F I , N a A A' A A A Y 1 ' ff I . A A, . .A A . BETTY' JEAN Girls' Chorusg Prom. , 'A Y - A -Q I A A . A, A 4 T. . A , A, ce, - Q - 1-S-'Uma , . J ' Hi-Y, V.-P e.. 3g " Cl lg 1 . 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Club Sophomore Dance jumor Dance Prom Semor Dance P-XUI I VK INC SXI XI I Baseball lntramurll sports SPJIIISII Club Trois I Rob Cholr Boxs fhorus Club Script Staff Campus Clum HIX Nlomtor Stu llent Council Prom XI -XRX SN AX I LX G-X-X II1 Trl Campus Club Iatm Club Robed Cholr Glrls Chorus Nlomtor Freshman Dance Sopho more Dance junior Dance Semor Dance X -XNCX SX -XX LLX Band Robed Chmr Latln Club Campus Club G -X -X Xlomtor 'Nr' DR dv 0-ur VX -A 1 2 -I .xl in . v 1 ' . , I 5" i . 1 g . ' I L ' '. 'ta . L 1 , Q ' 'I'-If 4 1 5 3 'I 5: In il Cluhg "S" L I 3 Cl I g .I I . 'I 3 ' . 1 1 4 I L' 5 V W I x If . 2 X G fc , , ,,g . A - A -I -I A M I 'I X 1 4.1 I I .I x . A , ,JM ' ' 1 1 . ' fi, A 3 I 2 ' X. ' Q It . - - 5 1 ' B 'Q - , Q f . , , I 1 . : , . I T 1 " l ' 7 ' X- Football, Basketballg Trackg x ' ' as II: Q "fl 3 "Sm -' ' 3 ' 1 5 -'Q ,Q 4 R, my L --3 3 CLI , Q , jg S ,fu f A Q ' z 1 . -4. lg '- 'Q A ' 5 A - 5 r M , .Tl I A I A A V, v I I .I " I.ll'I Q 1. . 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' T ' 3 A 1 A A , ' A ' ' z A A L 1 ' Q 9 - A Q A - 4 A - J ' , 9 - Q f A - ' 'Q " ' A - - 9 rorg Freshman Daneeg Soph- Danceg junior Danceg Prom. xl ' 1 1 , T 3? , K. I 7 ' l tt v- . , , J-N 3 3 .' , .., 1 3 , ' . gi Lf ' lf ' A V lllns . 4, 7 A A A ' 2 ' z A 5 A L A L A S- ja 9 - 2 J 4 ' A - 'Q " " A - 1 ' L . . . f sg ' . ' . A , 'Q Q A l T C t J na' , ll- ...-f V? j-XXICF XVAGN ER VS XLL -XCI' VVACNER DON XI EEKS RICH -XRD W EIGLL G-XR Latm Club Sec Polo fIllII'I0lSD Hxgh School Football Basketball Base IK restlmg Track S Club Treas Z 'llomtor Band Football ball Track S Club H1 Y Robed Cholr Gxrls Ensem ble Scrxpt Staff Xearbook Staff Dramatnc Club V Pres 4 H1Tr1 Campus Club Gnrls Quartette Freshman Dance Sopho more Dance Jumor Dance Prom Sen1or Dance GLR-XLDINE VIILLIANIS Chadu 1ck Hlgh School 12 3 Future Homemakers RAL-KH XVESNER Latm Club V Pres 2 GIIIS Chorus Student Councll Dramatrc Club Campus Club Honor Soclety Sec 4 GA-X V Pres 3 H1Tr1 Scrlpt Staff Yearbook Staff 'llonrtor Freshman Class X Pres Freshman Dance Sophomore Dance unlor Dance Prom Semor Dance BFTTIE WININI Campus Club GRA Latm ROBERT XVILSON Club Robed Choir Gxrls Football Track XVfCSfl1Hg Chorus Scrlpt Staff Year Intramural sports S Club book Staff Student Councll Xlomtor Robed Cholr Boys H1 Trl 'llomtor umor Chorus Freshman Dance Class Sec Freshman Dance Sophomore Dance Semor Sophomore Dance Prom Dance Semor Dance LOR-X LEA NVOLF jr Red Cross Student Coun c1l G1rls Chorus H1Tr1 Latm Club Dramatlc Club Lnbrarlan Honor Soclety Pres 4 Campus Club Scrlpt Co editor Robed Choxr Sophomore Class Sec Fresh man Dance Sophomore Dance jumor Dance Prom 3l Z4 '-,'?f.'fiiZ" ' ' .fig ' W S ' Z? ' "f I I L' 'X . I MQ ' l . ':' ,qv-T" I I Q' f 1 ' hMXA.1L:sJ. I 7 A . . 1 y A v v , 1 3 . . . . . . . , 1. . . . . . . . A , . I q H ,, ' A 1 1 " 1 v 1 ' 1 1 ' ' ' l I I . KL 73 A ' - 1 A 1 1 ' 1 1 1 ' ' . I . , A , - - 1 Q K 7 2 1 " - Q ' 3 I . I . 1 1 Q - 3 S Q . y v . I . , 1 " ' 1 : , 9 g H I Q 1 - 1 ff' . , .- . 9 - g N? g 5 1 1 1 ' I . . 1 t '- 'Y 1 1 swf' . . , ' 9 5 ' . l A . Q ' . . ' ' . ' I . ' '. 1 A 1 1 1 ' 1 L 3 3 S 3 1 3 . 5 3 1 ' 1 . ll I, Q - ' a I 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 ' 1 1 ' v A 1 J ' 1 1 F Y V 1 ' 1 v 1 . r . . . , , ., , ., - 1 1 1 1 1 2 1 . , . . . 3 9 . fs-5 we Luiz rn right -- Bob Smith, Karl Kilberg, Xliss Xlaric Dickson, VVallie Pepper, Xliss jan llead, and jeannie Sterenberg. Juniors Sponsor Gala Prom Highlighting a busy vear for the juniors xvas the annual junior-Senior Prom. This festive event brought to a close the many activities of the Class of 1952. Members of next vear's senior class were very active in band, debate, the Robed Choir, Script, Future Farmers of America, and other school groups. Individuals of the class also took an energetic part in the sports program at SHS. junior Class officers for 1950-Sl were Bob Smith, president, Karl Kilberg, vice-president, Hallie Pepper, secretary, and jean Sterenberg, treasurer. Miss Marie Dickson and .Xliss jan Head, class advisers, helped make the vear a successful one for the juniors. 32 JU, ,Miva Q.. s.-f '36-v BACK RUNY: Gerald lfriniudt, Don lfstalmrnuk, XYayne Hussung, Bob Bruns, Glen llellns, .Xlereliel Flynn. ,XIIDIJIJQ ROXY: Rrumld Goodnight, Susie Black, l.oYm1ne Carey, Shirley Barnes, Bob Card. FRONT ROXY: Guennyth Bradford, .Xlaxine Carlson, Donna Buyungs, jenn Allen. BACK ROXY: l.eu Cjeil. Dun Buslinmn. Bub- llieks, Russell Deets, Bob Bnitlier. Richard Allen. .XlllJlJl.li ROXY: Gale lluljrey, joan Bixby, Pat lilmemlorf. Arlene Bunk, Ilenn Hubbard. I-'RONT RUXY: Shirley Buck- ingliillll. Donna Baunmn, Carrenia Bolling, Audrey Bus. ew, , f -, 'WW' ' ,rl M, V , ,',W ,f '4 , W sw, , :,- - -af? J 9 K J 'a 4 'ff Q 'A' , . 1' tg, 3 ai, 'I l '7 '2 Q"'?' w x I TOP PlC'l'URE. BACK ROXV: XYaync Moore, jon Surratt, Lee Keiser, Arthur Magon, Ned Ryerson, Dick Huntley. MIDDLE ROXV: Mac MC Cormick, Darlene Clark, Susan Church, Xlarlcnc Stutzke, jack Maier. FRONT ROVV: Doris Shaw, Delores Xlaass, Pat Baird, Eunice Detweiler. BOTTOM PICTURE. BACK ROXV: Gene Thome, Leo Miner, Edward Olson, Ray Gierhart, Don Lester, Maurice Rcitzel. MIDDLE ROXV: Karl Kilberg, Carol Landis, Donna Glenn, liva Fulton, Bob Kosier. FRONT ROXV: Ann Gartner, Ruth Kimball, Par Hanson, Phyllis Kosier. 34 'if , JUNIORS TOI' l'l!j'lxL'Rl'f. BACK RUXY: Dick Lynn, Dnxid ltnyrc, Huh Lockhart. Ron Ricklcfs, Barry Xlusgruvc, Dun Knight. XHl7Dl.l", ROXY: Bill Ludwig, Y.xncy' Knmdc. lk-luris Huhhnrd. l'hcrn lhcn, .'X1'tl1ur Kraft. l7RON'I' RUYY: 'l2ll1iCC,I:lCKsUl1. lms Good, Xl:1ricOl1ms, Put Howe. lx'U'l"lYHI l'lf."I'L'R1'f. BACK ROXY: Bill Pcnlcy, john Pcrsmm, Larry .xlllKQ'l'LUC. Ronnie xvillilllllbtll, Delmar XIcNincl1. lfdwin Xlcincrs. XIIUDLI' RONY: Nmmcy lAL1mlqL1ist,Cnrul Taft. Beulah Plmlzlxmy, Xlcrrildcnn Lcmmrd. Helen johnsun. I-'RONT ROXY: jmum Gurdnn. Audrey Hurley, Xlnrlcnc Xlctmcr. janet julmsnn. l 0' 'M' 555 42 fp-fl" an V.- V .,-. .ff TZ f ,, Q ! 'HN TOP PICTURE. BACK ROXV: KYilmer Schwank, jim Robinson, john XYalton, XYilbcrt Ruck, Ronnie Geiger, jack Reiske. MIDDLIC ROYV: Harry Weaver, jo Anne Stevens, Shirle-V Robbins, jane Morrow, Robert XVessles. FRONT ROXY: Ruth Xlenz, Shirley Smith, Norma Hiller, Char- lotte XlCCulloh. HOTTOAH l'IC'I'URli. B.-XCK RONV: Glenn Springman, Bob Smith, john XYillinms, john Sunday, Dean Zellar, Don Stewart. XIIDDLIQ ROXV: XVard johnson. Xlnrjoric Nelson, Beverly Ray, Bernice Prophctcr, Don Shontz. FRONT ROXY: lfilecn Xliner, Nancy XlcXYethy, Judy Xlanglcr, Beth Nlvcrs. 931 v ff 3 ICRS as -9 ' g.. r' 'C7'7v Sq' -va' :Q 5 '1'Ol'I'IC'l'URli. BACK ROXY: Dick Czuprynski, jerry Peterson, Al Zamb- rano. jay Davis, Nlcrle XVolfrcy. XllDlJl.lf ROXY: Esther XVolbcr, Pat Batchcllcr, .Xlarlcnc Bucher, Xlary Xlillcr, Colleen YVicklancl. FRONT ROXY: Xllxmla Rhoades, Nancy Rothstein, Xlac Swanson, june Swanson, BO'I"I'UlI l'lC'ILL'Rl'f. BACK RONV: Patsy Urron, Sally Shaffer, Bobby Sperry, Donna Seeley, .Xlarlcnu Srutzkc. X1llJlll.li ROXV: Xlaxinc XVallis, XYallic Pcppcr. Bill XlcBriLlc, Gloria Hendrick. FRONT ROXV: Carol lurncr. ,lcanic Srcrcnburg. Yzxncv 'lll1LIlllIIIt:l. Par lsham. 37 'rf-V""'df' I Z W FEM ,- lcft to rlght xllSh Xlarlorrc Sehumakcr adxxsor Xlr une Lee advlsor Qxlx 13 Baxx den sccretarx ohn Dnllon presxdent Dzck Ohnen xxce pres ldcnt and Dorls Hocssncr treasurer Sophomores Organize Choir One of the mam lll0'lll1Q'l1fS ot the xear for the Class of 33 xx as the orgamzatlon of thc Sophomolt Ll1OlI' dlrectcd bx Xlt wvlllllllll Tonkm l hxs group of x0 xx as composed of both boxs and glrls xx ho are I11l1SlC3llX talented The class ofliters for the xear xx ere john Dlllon, presldent, Dlck Ohnen vlce presldent, Sxlvla Baxxden, secretary Dorls Woessner, treas urer and kenneth Kraft Student Council representatlxe Nllss Niaryorle Qchumalter and Nlr june I ee the class 1dx lsors, gulded the class xx ell ln lts manx aetlx ltles harlx ln the sprmg the sophomores sponsored thelr annual dance mother hlghlxght ln the school program In the Held of sports and 1n other actxx 1t1es the Sophomore Class was xx ell represented throughout the x ear 38 'ffl :ff N BACK RONY: Anne Buhrow, john Dillon, Dick XVilson. Rahn Betts, Carlyle Canicron. Shirley Brown. .XllDlJl.lf ROXY: Al lliiiiond, Joyce Brill, Pete Dillon, lfloy Allen, Phil Beach. FRONT ROXY: Theresa Barajas, janet Betts, Sylvia Baxvden, ,Ioyce Bethard, Betty Carey. SOPHOMCDRES BACK ROXY: Richard Drane, john Fassler, june Bcllars, Xlarilyn Apcr, David Ahrens. Glenn Alderfer. XllDDl.lf ROXY: jim Deluba, Ray An- derson, Xlary jane Bruns, I ino Carrillo, liarl Beck, FRONT ROXV: Dolly Bell, Barbara Bickford. Lcola Clark, Carol Benson, Shirley Aldrich. 7 rw an Vgfki' 1 vi ' 9 ,. -W 'V 'ml f -ri 4 in -W I 3 Jr., w xx ' it Q' U' TOP I'lC."I'L'Rli. BACK ROXY: Sandra Huber, Bob Cordes, Dick Appen- zeller, lfarl Bailey, Sliirley Hippen. NllDIJl.lf ROXY: Charles Conchola, Arlic Davis, l.ois lfriekscn. Donna Xleliride, joyee jaeolis, David Clark. FRONT ROXY: Xlnrilvn Hur'fnian, janet lienisliek, .Xlarilou Duniniett. Sue Howe, janet Hurley. I HO'1"l'O.lI I'lC'l'URli. BACK ROXV: Roy Fell, Bill lfeononius, Gene Court- right. Raymond Halilien, Lester Handel. XIIDDLI-1 ROXV: Lawrence Deets. Xlarilyn Hook, Barbara Gehlsen, Valeria johnson, Ken Iitcliison. Ronnie Xliehel. FRONT ROXY: l.ettie Harden, Nancy Forqucr. Billie Huenger. Gmail lflaningam, Sue Hey. -10 or SOPHOMORE SOPHCDMORES 2' C7 I 'l'Ol' I'IC'I'L'RH. BACK RUXXY Dick Gubliardr, Halter Giffmw, Roger Ifslilcman. Krcidcr Ulimia, lflxvuod Herr, jack lfvaiis. .XIIDDLIC ROXV1 Ronnie Garwick. Ann Fslilcman, Ann Farvcr, Lcunc XYolbcr, Lauren Frazier. FRONT ROXV: Luis XYagncr, Lanor Nlaicr, Lois Smith, Lois Xluctzcl, janet XYalkcr. HO'l"I'O.U l'll,"l'L'Rl'f. BACK ROXY: Frank Garcia. Dick Olincn, Dave Rcavlcy. Ramfm Gunzalcl. Gene Fritz. Al Hernandez. XIIDDLF ROXV: Chuck Hayward. Bcttx' Pritchard. Barbara Ortcn. Margaret Lair, john Uses- scr. FRONT Rfjxyi Dcluris Knalscn. Cami Xiiirrciismi. Margie Xlcycr. .-Xnn l,al1man, juanira Pnrrncr. I 1 1 XI, . , i TOP l'lf,"l'L'Rl'f. BACK RONY: Riclmrnl l,umll1ccr, Xlcrlc Xlcincrs, john Xlnrquis.l.11rry .Xlcfjm-,I.grry Xlcincrx, .fXlx'in llumlxcrgur. Xlllillllf RUXY: Donald Rlxmulcs. Glndvs Quimby. Xl.1Tf' Inu Oglcvcc. linrlmrn Tlmnms. Austin Allcn. l-'ROXT ROXY: flnrulyn l.ntl1rnp. Phyllis Xlclfnlls. 'lunlv Xlaynartl. jackie Lung. Betty ,XlUIlY'L'l1CLlLl. BOTTOM l'If,"I'L'RIi. BACK ROXY1 Clrwd Kcmlcll. jon Xlinicr, Dun Putcrbaugh. Inwcll llumbcrgcr, Kon Kraft. Glen NYicmkcn. XIIDDLI' ROXV: Tum Klein. .Nlarilvn Xlnrzniclc. .Xlnrv Snillard. jcannie Nlarshang. Rav Ricklcfs. FRONT ROXY: Par Xlhmlx, Catharine XYolf, juvcc Sclmcitltfr. XYnmla Ullltc-rs, juvu' Scott, V ,K ,,'w4f7f',l"' SOPHCDMCRES 6 'S 2119! W -95'-W lg 10 fail ' -5:2 Yi-t t 1 ,ff '-7 C lx!! SOPHOMORES get ml Lf TOP l'lf."l4L'Rlf. BACK ROYY: :Xlfred Schwiners, Perry Hubbart, jim Smith, Lyle XYolber. jack XYalters, Dave Welker. NIIDIJLIQ ROXV: Bob Sallee. David Siex, Terry Sippel, Kent Robison, Randall Smith, Von XK'heeler. FRONT ROXY: janiee Scott, juyee Sulnutf, june XVise. Delores Selden. BOTTOM !'lC'I'L'Rl'f. B.-XCR ROXY1 Lester Thielen, jim XValters, Danny Dir, Larry Leteher, Richard Sehmit, Albion Seavey, Harold Seidel. XllDDLlf ROXY: judy Swain, Virgil Tegeler, Doris XVuessner, Doris Meyer, Henry Steinhagen, Margie Vessels. FRONT ROXV: Kermit Reins, Gene Ruth, XYallv Stevens, David Knowles, Bob XVadsw0rth, 43 Sll I ING Xancx Graham secretarv and Nancy kosler treasurer QT-XNDIXG Nlr Curtis Brandau adxxsor Nlary Saunders presldent Cralg Castle xlce presldent and Nlrs Xlargaret Nlee adx 1s0r Plcmc Hlghllghts Freshmen Actlvltles All IU all xt xx as a happx and successful x ear for the Class of J4, xvho xx ull be hrst to complete four x ears of school lll the nexx Sterlmg Toxx nshlp I-Ilgh School it the begmmng ot the school xear the freshmen elected the fol loxx mg officers and representatlx es Xlarx Saunders pres1dent Cralg Castle x1ee presldent, Nancx Graham secretarx , Nancv Kosler treasurer, and Iohn Carrlllo Student Council representatlx e Xlrs Xlargaret Xlee and 'xlr Curtls Brandau 1dx1sed the class ln 1ts xetlx ltles for the x ear Due to l1m1ted spate fexx class meetlngs xx ere held durmg the flrst semester ln the second semester hoxx ex er there xx ere mfmx meetmgs ln xx hlth the freshmen and then xdx nsors planned x fxrlous class act1x1t1es In the second semester 1 class PICHIC. xx as held at S1n1ss1p 1 Park Al thoufrh emng xx as the thref ex ent of the dax the freshmen p ax ed group games and also hllxed 44 FRESHME BACK RONY: jim lzmmirt, Richard Helms, Luis U'l3ryan, Arlcnc Dccns, lflczinur llnxis. -Iunn llirlis, Owen Alills, Glenn ll1lkl1lXX'11j', Larry Clzulmcr. Xllllllll ROXY: All.m llmw. Robert llaldcmzin, Lcsrcr YYcinsriiic, Hcrby Rcml. Xllllrcr Ciiirriurr, 'l'lmiiias XYcillcl, Don Small. FRONT ROXY: Lcsta DL-l.1mccv, Sliarnn Nclicr. .loan Bowers. Joann llutrman, Nancy Crofton, Sliirlcv Ann Xlcfflcarv. BACK RUYY: Ruth jminnc Alurris, .Xlnry jo Pcugli. Ray Gcbliurclt, john llcnson, jim jaclclcy, Yancy Cruss, liarbalra Cnc. XllDlJl.lf RUXV: Dean Long, Donald llulliixviiy, David Swclila, juhn llioinas, lfrcd Sinroll, Ronald Gibb. Frank Frcax. l-'RUNT ROXY: Hclcn Dean, Parry Battles, Xlartqo Dillon. Valerie Sliicrrv. Plivllis Near, Ypmcv Ovcrlmlscr. I if lm ,, ' ' 'Q IO! ll! IL Rl' lik! lx ROW P1rr1L1.1 Saulnl Iolm balm 1l1 Pull Clltluru 111 llnrm 1 1 xsg 1 lllll Slurlu Xlcllruls. Nlllllll L R 1m llrurx R :burr llmrrslmm l D ur L L11 S11 1r1 Sm N x YD l xrwn Xrtlmr Sumrr IROXI ROV Slurlu Sudgl Clmrlurrc XILI IIOH Ili ILlxl X lxl X lumarml Xlgllm gr flurxl bllm IL 1 Brmxn l 1 C IFN Crusslml lrmncs Rm XIIIJIJII ROW lllillllkl P1m1l1 Rubgrt Xulutt blurun D1 tg -Xudrcx llalster C m lOlIlpl1I1S llcrmm Xlmlulb l,lLl Lux IROXT R X Slurlu Bur gr Xlarx flfkl Xwnn Book Xl.1rx Mm Dann lance Recscr Pxr Bmw, FRE HME ,T " C 4 ,. fi ' - - 'P Q , , 4 M. 3 3 J W ' N -5 A ' v I K J' f 1 9 5 , W , KAJ 'Y " "f" f. . l' 'z 1 - " 1,4 " '. 111 1 5 -, 1111 P-1-, A1111 1 , S ' '- ' -. . out jun 1 - 1 , .mis I C 1 . ll 'l' .H Alln l. 1 . l.'li11. lifl 11: .. .-' ': -. Q. , "- ncrs. Ycrnn fllllllllvlll, ,In .xllll l,llIlL'2lI1. Nancy l.cl11111111, .I111111 Nicl1r1lw11. HU' U' ' "ff, li. CQ UPN 'Q .' . - ' g- , I 'u' '1 lixf. Ncl P , -11111 f.11'rill11, -l11l111 lltxylllkl. Cla V' .Q ,'.' 1 1. 7 1 ' 3 fer. J '- f 1 ltr. . . . , FRESHME 'l'OI' l'lC'IAL'Rl'f. l'l.XCli RONY: Dick Xlcnncnga. jcrry Rothstein. Craig Castle, lfugcnc Robbins. Dmmlnl llirks. .Xlcrlc Orlmxski. XIIDDLIC ROXV: l.cun Xccsc. Cliffurd llcrrnmn, .Xlimi Slmcldnn. juan lilmnnquist, Nlary Snumlcrs, lhxirl Cjullmwg, lliclc Card. l-'ROX'lA ROXY: Clmrlicc liuycrs. Svlvia Sclmm, jane Ricnsrm. Par Scluuvcr. Laurel Larson, Carol Carter. HO'l"l'O,lI l'll."l'L'Rl'f. BACK RUXY: Par Hudson. lion Xlaclxnnan, Ralph XYl1crstonc, lh-XY.1x'nc XViL-mkcn, john XYolf, Bill Xlaxwcll. Nancy XVaters. XlIlJlJl.l-f ROXY: llmmlul Killmcrg, Rlkus Luclmlmcrs, Nancy Hecht, Ronald Ycwcll. Suc llklllllllf. Xllllrcr blolmnnscn, jnlm Luus. l'RON'l4 ROXV: Barbara llmvnscnd. janicc Hawkins, Sylvia Tlmmpson, Barbara Holland, Joyce Kiscr, Carol Hanson, :way wi Y Q' Q' s 'sl' fx 'Ii , A XYilson, Paul Arduini. Don XxYlCIIlKCl1. Faye Tegeler, Vivian Urton, Lyle Zimmernmn. XllDDI,lf ROXY: Ronald Loring. john Kurfiss, Bill VVoodyatt. larry Larson, Dick johnson. Neal Schrader, Ray Kunde. FRONT ROXV: Shirley Haekharth. Nancy Kosier. janet lVillianis. l.orraine Hammer, Betty Weeks, Rosi Nleinen. TOP PlC'l'L'RE. BACK RUXY: jack Kosier, Bernadine lYolf, Barbara BOTTOM PlC'I'L'R1i. BACK ROXV: Ronald XYolher, Wayne Thielbar. Gene Hammelman, lliek Kohl, Ronald Flowers, Clare Morden, .Nlerle john- son. XllDDl.lf ROXV: lfileen lfherhardr. Shirley Putman, Sheila Xlusgrove, Barbara lfauhel, l.oa Xlay, lflorence Geil. j. Lee Dunbar. FRONT ROXV: Kathryn lfrans. Nlarv Espinoza. Shirley Caulrapp, Xlarilyn XVorsley, Nancy Graham. Xlarilyn Sampson, '3 Iva ,bf , ,, --.., V? wmv 'J", :nic 7'-3-'x', ,A FRESHME 5 QQ' J, OITICICRS Top piumre. BACK RONV: Rnyal julinsmi, llunrm l'lSlllClllLll1. Betty Sulouff, Trudy XYurth. Sumn Snuvely. Curulyn l.nmm, lluim jean Geiger. limb ller- lmn. Xlllllllli ROXYQ Lyle lleets. jerry .-Xtlaiiis, limb Ciettle. limb Kent, Laverne Battles, Arthur Graham. FRONT ROXY: Frances Rhode, Doris Duty, Leta Landheer, Billie jean Speer. I.uri1in lflmendurf. Rulmerta Xlorris. Hutmm picture, BACK ROXY: Dick Shiiriizm. Ruimltl Xleenen. Gary XYicm- ken, lleim Pitts. Clli de NlurtleI1.l.l1iy'tlSiswii.l-'RUY'liROKX':l7m1.1ldS1ssun, Norma lfultmi, Hcleii Stern. Kin' lflsesser, Shirley Xlmire. Remnld Ulilterx 49 'U' 'H-'W -all ACTIVITIES 'Af-'1 EQ E ..I-.a.----- 135 H 55 .-.. -,...i,1..- l V"I Div .-. .:"! I I l' Kay Eshleman C 0-editor Roger Laible C0-editor YEARBOOK: Staff Has Variety of Jobs After seeing faces with worried frowns, observing people liter- ally tearing their hair out, and hearing all sort of moans and groans coming from the publications room, you probably would have concluded that some sort of "crazy club" was in session. But it would be only the yearbook staH busily at work on last-minute details before the deadline, and the moans and groans all in good humor. People are often led to believe that yearbook-making is all work -and dull work at that. But although the work is hard and takes some brain work, it is far from dull because there is such a wide variety of jobs. The staff worked hard and long to make this book presentable, but never let it be said that there was all work and no play. For a day hardly passed without its usual share of joking, laughing, and drinking of cokes. There were many problems to be ironed out and a great deal of energy was used on wishing the book was finished, but all in all the staff learned a lot from experience and had fun While doing it. x AN N EQEP E Our af, -. A, ' to 5 A' 'K ., 3' ,I Bob Mathis V 5 0,7 A lg? Busmess Manager K6 5 01 V4 - . 19 -5 ' H W "F Fa ii K W IW X lil Af I Mr. Herbert Parsley Adviser 52 Q? 'E' Q1 XZ BACK ROXY: Janet Oltmanns, John Michel, Tom Slothower, Bob XVils0n, and June Stern. MIDDLE RUXY: Ruth Janssen, Shirlee Glenn, Marilyn Nelson. and Marlene Kenner. FRONT ROXY: Deloris Herr, Joyce Dettman, Joan Benishek, and Marian Miller. YEARBCOK STAFF BACK ROXY: Pat Meenen. Bettie XYinn, Marilyn Casscns, Betty Scott, Sally Mosher. Delores Scheler, and Ruth Dudley. FRONT ROXY: Carol Camps, Mary Ann Snyder, Vilma Linton. Barbara Dcluba, Janice Mkagner, and Kalah M'esner. BACK ROVV: Richard Drane, John lValton, and Barry Musgrove. FOURTH ROW: Glenna Gould, Larry Musgrave, Lester YVeinstein, YVilma Linton, VVally Stevens, Dick Helms, Bob Nesbett, Dick Card, David Clark, and Neil Schrader. THIRD ROW: Jeannie Marshang, Nancy Forquer, Verna Collinson, Pat Battles, Sylvia Bawden, Mary Lou Oglevee, Loraine Elmendorf, and Bob Kent. SECOND ROXV: Ann Farver, Shirley Barnes, Bill Arnold, Delores Seldon, Shirley Smith, Pat Allen, and Leone lVolber. FRONT ROXV: jack Reiske, Pat Batcheller, Gene Day, Marlene Bucher, Donald Stewart, and Bill Scott. AN : Winter and Spring 'LO.K., Band, pipe down," was the familiar quotation of Mr. Darrell Dunham, director of the SHS Symphonic Band. In their familiar blue and gold uniforms, the band was seen adding spirit to the football games. Aside from the swing and march tempo, the bank is known for the serious composition programs they have performed. On February 14, the annual winter concert was presented at the coliseum. This program ranged from Schubert's "Unfinished Symphony" to selections from L'Porgy and Bess" by Gershwin. 54 5 s .Hema ,...,.. i Q BACK ROW: Tom Slothower, jim Smith, David Swehla, Bob Feldman, Betty Moore- head, Ruth Kimball, and Mr. Darrell Dunham. FOURTH ROVV: Bill Clithero, Mar- garet Lair, jerry Peterson, jean Allen, Gordon Brown, John Sunday, Ronnie Schueler, Gene Ruth, Nancy Overholser, and Trudy XVorth. THIRD ROXV: Gary Crossland, Shirley Hackbarth, Bob YVadsworth, Larry Gaumer, Mary Saunders, Dick Czuprynski, Maxine Carlson, Norma Miller, and Beth Myers. SECOND ROXV: Phyllis McFalls, Sue Howe, Ronald Newell, Charlice Buyers, jane Rienstra, Nancy Thummel, Nancy Snavely. and Sheila Musgrove. FRONT ROXV: Shirley Hippen, janet johnson, Lettic Harden, Naomi Book, Sylvia Scham, and Donna Eshleman. Concerts Highlight Busy Year On May 8, the annual spring concert was given by the band. The outstand- ing number of this event was the "Finale" from Tchaikovsky's Fifth Symphony. The band officers for the year were Tom Slothower, president, Pat Batch- eller, vice-president, jack Reisl-ce, chief librarian, Gene Day, librarian, Don Stewart, copyist, and Larry Musgrave, equipment manager. 55 5 BACK ROYY: David Ahrens, Kent Rohinson. Cloyd Kendcll. Dave Welker. john Dillon. Dick Appenzeller. john Xlarquis. Rahn Betts. and jim Smith. THIRD ROXY: janiee Seott. Xlargie Xleyer. Nancy lforquer. David Clark. Chuek llayxyard. Bob Sallee. lerry Sippel. and Lino Carrillo. SICCOND ROKY: Nlarilou Dummett. Carolyn Lathrop. jackie Long. .Xlarilyn Xlatzniek. jeannie Xlarshang. Leone XYoll1er. Anne Buhrow, Catherine XYolf, Mary Sallard, Gladys Quimby. and Ann l"arx'er. I-'IRST ROXY: Nlr. Xlilliam lonkin. janet Betts. Betty Xloorehead. Lanor Xlaier, Shirley Aldrich. Arlie Davis. Lois Aluetlel. Gail l'laningam. .Nlargaret Lair, Shirley Brown, and Phyllis .XIeFalls. SGPHQ GRE BACK ROXY: Bernadine XYolf. Patricia Seidel, Barbara lYilson. Helen Sail- lard. Lois Arlene Detes. Susan Snayely. Cheryl Blanding, joyee Kiser. and j. Lee Dunbar. ,XIIDDLI1 RUXY: Naney Crofton. Norma lfulton. Shirley Pur- man. ,Xlargo Dillon, Shirley Ann XleCleary . Pat Seloox er. Lester Delancey. Charlotte Aleiners, and Lorraine Hammer. FRONT RUXY: Frances Rhode. lfileen lilverhardt. Donna lfshleman. Laurel Larson. .Xlarilyn Worsley, Sharon Neher. janiee Hawkins. Naney Graham. Nancy Koyier. and Charliee Buyers. 4 GIRLS , J C5 C',3 jx CHORU CHORU I 2 , A 9 " 9 A -1 , ll.-XCK ROXY: Ramon Gmw1ilcz,IJick Wilson, Don Piitwlmugli, Binh flnrglcs. lilwcvod llcrr. Lyle Wlrllicr. Pctc llillun. and jim llcfulm, 'l'HlRlD ROKY: lfarl Bailey. larry Xlfcily.RkllltldllS!1llfl1,Al'CI'I'YPUXYCll, Xv1lIlxx.l1CClCF.C11ffPl Benson, jmh' Sxmin, xml Ilclorcs Sulilcri. SIQCQOXID ROXY: Shirley' llippcii. linrhara -l'l1m1111s. Xlnrih ii lluok, joy cc Sulouff, Ummm Xlcllridc, Doris XVucssi1cl', jmly Xl1ly'Il1lI'Ll..lllllC licllnrs. .lime XVlSC,1llNl l,uis Smith. l-'llUN'l' ROXY: Ynlcrin jfilinson, juycc Schilcialcr, Aim lfshlcmmi, U'aml.1 Uliltcrs. Pat Xlbmls, Suu llcy, Cinrul Xlnrtciiwii. I1-rriu llarllcii. lla-try Carey. -Iriycc licrliuixl. mul il hcrcsa liarnins. BQXCK RUNY: Xlimi Slichlmi, Lois cYlgI'l'21Il. jean lilurmiqmiist. Suu ilhnmc. Nancy Hecht, Pat Hudwn. Nlary Saunders. Sheila Nlusgrmwc. .-Xunlrcy lhlstcr, limi linrlmm Cnc. XlllJl7I,l' ROXY: l-'lfirciicc Cicil. Nim-5' Imlmmxi, liarlmrn llollimcl. Bnrlmru Faulicl. Inn Xlay. Betty Sulciurf. Nancy Cross. Shirley Xlfmrc. mul juan Hmxcrx. FRONT RUXXI Shirley Sciilcl. Knthryii linm, Pat Bragg. Shirley Burger. ,lnnct XYilliainx. Carol llnmfm. Shirley Clnulrapp. Xlurv lfspiimm, llgirlmm lllXXI1NClNl.1lIltl'lfhlll Niclmlwii. .. ,! ' " - Q I . -! 4 ,Q , x 1 V , ' s. 3 ... - ,,, ' I ' f' . . ' 4 4 , V , -Q K rx , Q 1 is 1 '2 BACK ROXV: Chuck Cole, Dick Ohnen, Paul Small, Tom Slothower, jim Vary, jim Cleaveland, lValter Giffrow, and Roger Laible. THIRD ROVV: Merlyn Book, john Persona, Bob lVilson, jack Reiske, Ronnie Geiger, john VValton, Dean Zellar, and Lee Keiser. SECOND ROVV: Mr. VVilliam Tonkin, Beth Myers, Lois Ann Good, VVanda Rhoades, Barbara DeZuba, Nancy Boseneiler, Sally Bickford, LaVonne Carey, and Pat Batcheller. FRONT ROXV: Carol Camps, Kay Eshleman, Jeannie Sterenberg, Deloris Herr, Maxine VVallis, Elaine Siex, Bettie XVinn, Arlene Book, Donna Bauman. ROBED CHOIR: Year The choral room, which is on the second floor in the north wing, was a very popular place this year, especially for the Robed Choir members. The choir was composed of sixty-nine juniors and sen- iors who were chosen by audition at the beginning of the year. Mr. NVilliam Tonkin is the director of this organization. Two of the smaller organizations of the choir are the Girls' En- semble and the Bovs' Quartet. These groups are chosen from the choir bv trv-outs. 58 M nn. -'Q xf ,, . ,-,- Q 1' - .. -. ., gc' BACK ROXV: Bob King, jim Nuttall, Ray Gicrhart, Bob Mathis, Laverne johnson, Ronny Schucler, Bill Scott, and Dean Hubbard. THIRD RONV: John Dummett, Gordon Brown, Roger Eshleman, John Michel, Ted Sulouff, Lyle Dirks, Don Shontz. and Phil Beach. SIQCOND ROXY: Marlene Bucher, Mary Lou Horwedel, Marjorie Nelson, Glenna Gould, Wilma Linton, joan Bogott, Ruth Dudley, Charlotte McCulloh, Nancy Snayely, and janice VVag- ner. FRONT ROXV: Pat Appenzeller, Norma Miller. Ruth Kimball, Mary Snavely, Nancy Rothstein, Pat Howe, Lora Lea M'olf, Phyllis Kosier, and Nancy Thummel. Highlighted by 'Pop' Concert Out-of-town concerts were presented by the choir this year at Cornell College in Mount Vernon. Iowa, and in Dixon. The choir also gave several concerts in Sterling for civic organizations. Con- certs ranged from "The Nutcracker Suite" by Waring and selec- tions from "Carousel" by Rodgers and Hammerstein to '4Awake, Awake" by Christiansen. Many other programs were a part of the choir's schedule for 1950- 51. Among these were the Christmas Concert and the Linten Con- cert. A "Pop Concert" in the spring was made up of a variety of popular songs. 59 fi Girls' Ensemble LL1I"T TO RIGHT: Barbara DeZuba, Ruth Dudley, Wilma Linton, Lois Ann Good, Sally Bickford, Beth Myers, Glenna Gould, joan Bogott, janiee XVagner. Seated, front: Pat Bateheller. Boys' Chorus I Q r Boys' Quartet LEFT TO RIGHT: Gordon Brown, Ronny Schueler, Bob Mathis. and Tom Slothower. . 5 V- ,,, ,, i it l it f BACK ROXV: john Dillon, Alan Hall, Craig Castle, Elwood Herr, john Mar- quis, Bill Clithero, john Henson, john Thomas, and David Swehla. MIDDLE ROYV: Hcrby Reed, Terry Powell, Fred Sinroll, Dave YValker, john DeXVind, Owen Mills, Donald Kilberg, Donald Hollaway, and john Loos. FRONT ROVV: Mr. William Tonkin, Don Small, jerry Adams, Robert Haldeman, Larry Larson, Bill IYoodyatt, Sam Xlylin, Dick johnson, and Robert Nesbitt. BP' I ,za ,gg .. . 'Q ', if 'fd Q QQ . 5, , j 2-5--f i I, M Y' 94 , F ! ' ,4, is 3 ' A' J, fbfegy, BACK ROXV: Pat Meenen, Glenna Gould, Betty Scott, john Michel, Bill Scott, Doris Kunde, and Kay Eshleman. FRONT ROWV: Joyce Hall, Lora Lea VVolf, Deloris Herr, Chuck Cole, Kalah VVesner, and jan lVagner. HONOR SOCIETY 2 High Ideals Prevail "I pledge myself to uphold the high purposes of the National Honor Society to which I have been electedg I will be true to the prin- ciples for which it standsg I will be loyal at all times to my schoolg and I will maintain and encourage high standards of scholarship, character, leadership, and service." R X1 1 61 X xfwskg ff fl : fs This is the pledge of the Sterling Chapter of the National Honor Society. The pledge is repeated by new members of the society upon induction into the organization. Selection of members into the Honor Soci- ety is a thorough and precise procedure administered by the faculty. Prospective members must be outstanding in scholarship, leadership, character, and service. The National Honor Society began in 1921 because high school principals felt that there was not enough recognition given to general scholarship. Sterling High School started its honor organization in 1949. The omcers for this group for the past year were Lora Lea Wolf, presidentg Chuck Cole, vice-presidentg Kalah NVesner, secretaryg and Deloris Herr, treasurer. BACK ROXV: Verna Collinson, Richard Helms, Delores Selden, Paul Small, Dick VVilson, Margie Meyer, John Michel, Jean Bloom- quist, and janet lVilliams. SEATED: Dick Ohnen, Floy Allen, John Dillon, Barb DeZuba, Miss Mildred Krughoff, Chuck Cole, Mary Saunders, Ann Eshleman, and Dean Zellar. COUNCIL : Super Salesmen "Hurry, hurry, step right up and get your school supplies." This was the cry heard in the halls of SHS, just before school in the morning, at noon, and after school. The Stu- dent Council maintained a store in school where students could get their school supplies. Selling supplies was only one of the projects taken up this year by the council. A Christmas tree was gaily decorated during the Yuletide season and the traffic problem was cleared up with the aid of the council. The Student Council met the second Thursday of each month-President Chuck Cole and Secretary Barb DeZuba if Ze, 5 EF TUDENE, Quwqx. presiding. Miss Mildred Krughoff is the adviser. BACK ROTV: Bob Galloway, Colleen lVickland, Arthur Magon, Ramon Gonzalez, John Carrillo, Mary Espinoza, Pat Batcheller, and Ken Kraft. SEATED: Chuck Rhoades, Mariorie Nelson, Bob Kosier, Bob Smith, Phyllis Kosier, Mary Ann Meinen, Deloris Herr, and Joyce Dettman. Q3 . J ! MONITORS Busy 'Kids' -QCYK 1 Q00 opml X fl ! '53 Q ig, , tw' I 'I BACK ROXY: Bob Lbersole, VI'csley Koster, Paul Small, Marv Kaiser, Ken Green, john Dumniett, Gordon Brown, Ronny Schueler, Bob Peugh, and Lyle Matznick. THIRD ROXY: Dale janssen. Bob Anderson, Carolyn Nelson, Glenna Gould, Dolores Scheler, Betty Scott. joan Bogott, Doris Kunde, Mer- lyn Book, and Gene Day. SECOND ROXY: Mary Anne Snyder, janice XVagner, Marilyn Bawden, jane Casscns, Wilma Linton, Ruth Dudley, Irene Harden, Alice Drane, and Barb DeZuba. FRONT ROXY: Pat Baird, Deloris Herr, Alice Ifreas, Mary Snavely, Sally Bickford, Luella Bushman, joyce Dettman, and Kay Ilshlcman. "Over here is the study hall and library, and on the other side of the hall is the English Department." This was a typical conversation in the halls of SHS during National Ifducation XVeek. During this week the monitors were kept busy escorting visitors through the new high school. Showing people around the new building was an added highlight for this years monitors. To be chosen as a monitor is an honor and a privilege, but it car- ries with it many responsibilities. The teacher in charge of the monitors is Miss Mildred Krughoff. BACK ROXV: joe Moreno, john Michel, Chuck Cole, Ron Ricklefs, Roger Laible, Dick Fulfs, Bob King, Laverne johnson, Robert Heath, Tom Slot- hower, Bill Arnold, and jim Kindle. THIRD ROME Bob XVilson, Bob Feld- man, jordan Daniel, Pat Appenzeller, Miss Mildred Krugholf, Marilyn Cassens, Marlene Steadman, Marilyn Nelson, Daryl Knutsen, Charles Thia- kos, and Bob Forward, SECOND ROME Lora Lee M'olf, Nancy Snavely, Bettie lVinn, Ruth janssen, Alice Ifmmitt. Sally Mosher, Pat Llgie, Mimi Miller, and june Stern. FRONT ROXY: Patt Meencn, joAnne Ohda, Mary Ann Meinen, Mary Huntley, Donna Ilowc. Betty Panscik, Kalah M'esner, Carol Camps, and Carmen Surratt. BACK ROXY: jean Bloomquist, Nancy Hecht, jerry Rothstein, john Schwab, Bill Clithero, lfugene Robbins, Sheila Musgrove, and Mimi Sheldon. THIRD ROXV: Larry Larson, john DcXYind, Lois O'Bryan, Nancy Haters, Pat Hudson, Mary Saunders, Audrey Balster, Lester Meinstine, and john Loos. SECOND ROKV: Don Small, Frances Royer, Verna Collinson, Barbara Coe, Trudy Worth, Sylvia Seham, joyce Kiscr, and Shirley Put- man. FRONT ROXY: Barbara Townsend, liileen lfberhardt, Billie jean Speer, Naomi Book, Donna lishlenian, Nancy Graham, and Charlice Buyers. LATIN CLUB: Holds Feast Romani Hodierni, the Latin Club, is an organization con- sisting of students taking Latin. lts purpose is to promote a better understanding of the Romans and their customs. As is customary, the club held an annual banquet in the spring. Here the food was served and consumed in true Roman style. This year's officers were Nancy Rothstein, president, Doris XYocssner, vice-president, Ann Lahman, secretary, and Nancy lforquer, treasurer. Mr. june Lee was the club adviser. 64 BACK RUXY: Ann Farvcr, Doris XVoessner, Richard Drane, Don Stewart, Roger lishle- man, Mr. june Lee, Walter C. Giffrow, Earl Bailey, Yaleria johnson, and Phyllis McFalls. THIRD ROXY: Randall Smith, Margaret Lair, Leola Clark, Nancy Forquer, Delores Selden, Mary Lou Oglevee, Floy Allen, Bar- bara Gehlsen, Shirley Brown, Billie Huenger, and Bill Scott. SECOND ROXV: David Clark, Barbara Bickford, Ann Lahman, Marilyn Matznick, Catherine XYolf, Ann Eshelman, Margie Meyer, Sue Hey, and Gail Flaningarn. FRONT ROXY: lfileen Miner, jean Allen, Nancy Rothstein, Betty Moorehead, Eunice Detweiler, janet johnson, and Pat Baird. 1 ROMA N BANQuET all ' t ,gf f L ? yyflflf ' FRSTW A M X" I xg-,Z P - ff ei . I-0 If BACK RONY: Dick Ohncn, Ramon Gon- zalez, john YVillianis, john Sunday, jini Vary, and Dick Lyon. THlRD ROXV: Harry Weaver, Merchel Flynn, Gerald lfriniodt, Don Knight, Al Hernandez. and XYallie Pepper. ,SECOND ROYV: john Persona, Nancy Lundquist, Barbara Thomas, Miss Ruth Straw, Arlene Book, Pat XYoods, and Dick Huntley. FRONT ROXV: jeannie Ster- enberg, Vivian Karr, Pat Howe, Maxine Mal- lis, and Theresa Barajas. 'I f My .x , ff fmsf F ML 23 CAPA r i, V' as if ln -ul. BACK ROXV: Richard Pine-da, john Car- rillo, Larry McCoy, I-flwood Herr, Don Pu- terbaugh, Lowell Hunsbcrger, and Ken Kraft. THIRD ROXV: judy Swain, Sylvia Bawdcn, Mary Saillard, Barbara Otten, Shir- ley Hippen, june Bcllars, and Carol Benson. SECOND ROXV: Lois Muetzel, jeannie Marshang, Lois Arlene Deter, judy May- nard. jane Morrow, and Shirley Aldrich. FRONT ROXY: Marilyn Huffman, Lettie janet XValker. CLU B: Plans Dance Capa Club, which is more widely known as Spanish Club, is an organization of SHS stu- dents who take Spanish. On November 22, the club gave its annual Thanksgiving Dance in true Spanish style. The club also held a party for Mexican children of the vicinity. This year's olhcers were Don Knight, presi- dent, Dick Lyon, vice-president, Pat Howe, secretary, and Albert Hernandez, treasurer. Miss Ruth Straw served as club adviser. Harden, Nancy Rothstein, janet Betts, and 7 -621 Brow x1 X or don N adene Va Xi R 2 Xxxxek u e Pau SKWAXX ob Nhthxs Ogg! 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I1 511111'cIV, Bettie LZILIV, JXFICIIC Book ' I, Parr ,lIcc11c11, L rL.1.s, Par Allen. , Carol ora Lea IVUIL J f'7 BACK RONY: Joyce Sulouff, Mary jane Bruns, Patricia Seidel Sandra lliilmer, Shirley llippcn. llclen Saillard, l.eonc XYollmer june XYisc, and Lois Frieksen. Xlll7Dl.F RONY: Sylvia Thompson Barbara Holland, Fsther Ublber, Xlrs. Yiola Xlartin, Anne Buh- row, Donna Bauman, and Lesta DeI-aneey. FRONT ROXY: Dolly Bell, janet Williams, Joann Dettman, Nlarilou Dummett, Eunicf D Detweiler,and SueHowe. Q UQ lu i M ? ? En, 0 FUTURE HOMEMAKER f "" fi! A- 'sf Di Ylll l X BACK Row: Nancy cms, ifayc rcgcicf, isafimm Wilson, Helen ,f J-. - s-. 4 Stern, Susan ,Fl1UIHC, Barbara Faubel, Cheryl Blanding, Norma Fulton. and Betty Suloutf. MIDDLE ROXY: Helen Dean, Charlotte Xleiners, Nancy Crofton, Xliss Jeanette Sasek, jo Ann Duncan, Carol Hanson, and Phyllis Near. FRONT ROXV: Shirley Burger. Frances Rhode, I.cta Landheer, Shirley Gaulrapp, Marilyn XVorsley, Nancy Kosier, and Nlary Espinoza. I AAN gf C-7 -C 1 All "" . ,L -:ig C .t ,Q lqfofo 1 , ku s XJ Vx- , ll BACK ROXY: .Xlerle Xleiners, Toni Keller, Diek lfulfs, Bob Bruns, Gordon Brown, Edward Olson, and David Itnyre. THIRD ROXY: Xlerlyn Book, Lyle Dirks fviee-presidentl. Bob Iibersolc Creporterl, Ron Rieklefs fseereturyl, Bob Hicks fsentinell, Don Lester Cpresi- dentl, and Ray Rieklefs ftrensurern. SICCOND ROXY: Wlird john- son, Xlerle lVol1'ley. Alr. Arthur Schick, Russell Deets, and Larry Xleiners. FRONT ROXY: Howard Rntzliiff, Bob Forward, Don Bushman, and Don Shontz. FUTURE F RMER BACK ROXV: Alfred Sehwitters. Donald Dirks. Don .XlneI.ennan David Reavley, Bob Pyse, Bob Cordes, and Virgil Tegeler. THIRD ROXV: Neil Brown, Richard Schmitt. Albion SCLIXCY, Raymond Habben, Richard Landheer. and .Xlerle Orlowski. SICCOND ROXY: Clifford Dettman. Rikus Luebbers, Donald Hollawiiy, Glenn Hilda- way. Dick Alennenga, and Lawrence Deets. FRONT ROXV: Arthur Scott, Allan Howe, Sam Xlvlin, Raymond Kundc, john I-Qlsesser, 39' ,,..'...4 11 -4 -. nu. v BACK ROXY: Bill Luduig, Neil Brown, l.oxvell Hunslmerger, Dick Geld- hardt, jim liindle, john Sunday, Danny Dir, Chuck Rhoades, joe Xloreno. l'lllRD ROXY: Dean Hubbard, Dave XYelkcr, Carol Schroeder, Carol Benson, .Xliss l.ucile liarness, Shirley llippen, lflvera lhen, Phyllis Xlclralls, .Xlerle johnson. SICCOXD RUXV: Dick johnson, Harlan Bell, Doris Kunde, lisrher XYolher, Sue lhome, Norma Xliller, Don Small, David Clark. VRUNAI' RUXY: Kathryn lfvans, lvllllklkl Rhoades, Lora l,ea XVolf. Joan liovvers. Laurel l.arson, Margie Vessels, jean Allen. JU IDR RED CRCDSS: Council Completes Many Projects "XYAN'l'lfl7: All types of clothing." This call went out from the jr. Red Cross Council in order to help a needy family in Kentucky. In return the council received holly and mistletoe. Other projects for the year xvere receiving donations from students to the hospital fund and arranging for SI-IS musical groups to entertain at the Schick Hospital in Clinton. Presiding over the vear's council meetings was Lowell Huns- herger. president. lfsther XYollJer served as secretary and Doris Kunde as treasurer. .Xliss l,ucile Barnes guided the group through a very active year. 70 5' r Z - -J I Si YI' 1 .- 11 I .I ,Q lf, If x ' i v , il - ll .. l Mug 1' M, 1 1 sis ' 4 I SEATICDL Ann Farver, lfloy Allen, Norma Xliller, and Ruth Kimball. STANDING: Xliss Barbara Larson, Bob Baither, lfarl Bailey, Bill Scott, and jack Reiske. Q-2: + d.-,4-.f 'Q H 5 DEB TE: Teams Have Very Active Year "Can you prove that?" - "VVhat is your source?" - No, this is not from a course in geometry but from the practices of the debate teams while working on the national high school debate question. The topic - Resolved: that the American people should reiect the-welfare state. This was the first year that SHS had two full debate teams - the varsity and junior varsitv squads. The teams attended many conferences and tournaments. The activities of the debate teams included debating in the Seventh Annual Invitational Practice at Cieneseo on December 2. and in the Debate Tourney and Clinic on December 16, at DeKalb College. SHS debaters also went to Augustana College on February 2 and 3. and to the N.C.l.C. Debate Tournament at Mendota. .-Xnd they took part in the practice debate held at Sterling High on january 27. The debate officers for 1950-Sl were Norma Xliller. presidentg jack Reiske. vice-presidentg and Ifarl Bailey, secretary-treasurer. The teams were coached bv .Xliss Barbara Larson. H 71 LIBRARIANS: Books Are Their Business l'Txvo cents due, please," is a typical request o the librarians behind the desk in the SHS librarv. The members of this organization assist other stu- dents bv checking out books and giving out books and magazines which are kept in the reserve room. Besides doing these things the librarians keep the books in good shape and the card catalogue up- to-date. Miss Vella Fadden is the head librarian and adviser of this group. DC Q . lcv. l nl Diflcu ,. . Bill Pen S a Wen ov . D elmnf Nl aumgkl EQCQHNZUR CM Ol Xvoodsi QNX" van? Donna SCC i Wa Bushnl Carolx U . f QXY1 PM XRD 9' ' QU, and 1 -'lcnulc 'oefg r BAG, Radar-ich. TH Nana XACLQIABCY Bospnucannie Sytetdlx X rua Bar suanxta A he, XVolbCY' Hubbard- 'YT ROW. lx ,paris ha Clark, list ow' Deltmtfxwns. FRU- Backie Loi 'rf-1 ne Mort hxlev RO, ' XXaF0ddcn' Em and 5 Quaid WSSX C . QM . U,thr0?' 72 LLIBI AUC C Dlzibrglxllnitiates BroadC35tS Gr0U Q .ond the SCL . l . In On HCCIL . . Qefmm 1.00 01: Suundfl ir'S ,f .. cr -1 . oil . lk- Q5 'I SH Pfmlnb frllllllertltl UV 15 had 'CFS- ' If' ll I SHS- 3 .cmlaand CHYPCH Avenue Pm L1 TL- L Hoot MS rCQif3UmlSn0ffl1e F1fthA S lkllliflrsulfliis 1 T I., , 'Ono ' Q A .,-510 '1'C.v , - Eta A3 l' 0mTqlulw'lU5t'15Q. . of sOPh0m0h frw'-"uw .I of X 'll 'tt 1. M 1 Pro It ' up Consnts -rcd thwugq ' brffadcns cd 'L'-4 ssl' I Y' ,L7 I gl-Ovho L11-C Selected il Xveek ylnllel-S Cntgr YQ I I R' f q B Seniors vglllb "rlg1ni1u11111Cf"fIllcffavff readme, 'ff . w'ff11ffhithc Air' Aww and also D ., W' . yn, fn-N L-SHS 0 was 00" ghef-Pres I an B 1 dfau . ll . l 5'. ' l Severn ' ofgamzatl ar were Sa y'denI9 Nan fr X " .' '1C 4 . ' fl a- 1 A for Cups f0f fhls Pisfgrefia Vic?-presreasufer' The -fig P 471-Zsj A I Officff Wayne .X Loma Mille? T? -e' LFJ ' idencsl-3 Secrerahfwgarbara Larso ' YV Lx! V Iilliiiser XVHS MISS 21 BACK R OIV: David Clark, john Michel, Tom Slorhower, Bob Mathis, Ronny Schuelcr, jack Reislfc, Arthur llagon, Bob Bairher, and U'a'x'ne Moore. THIRD ROIV: Pat Hanson, .N'anc'x' Kundc, .llc-rrildcan Leonard, janicc Scott, Ann Farver, Dolores Scheler, Par Batchcllcr, joan Bogort, and .Uarilrvn Bawdcn. SECOND ROIV: Norma Hiller, Xanqx' Rothstein, jane .Uorrow Silvia Bawzlcn, .Uiss Barbara Larson, Sallx' lloshcr, .lli1ni.llillcr ' ' ner, and Barbara Dc Zuba. FRON'I'R01V:Bcrh .1 ' iVoltQ Barbara Biclcford, Kalah Uk-. - ' ,jamce Hag- lx c-rs, Pat Allen, Lora Lea smr, Kay lfshlcman, and Carol Camps. xi 'V Lil? SICATICD: Marian Miller, Xlr. Ilerbert Parsley, and Lora Lea YVolf. STANDING: .Xlarlene Xletzner, Betty Scott, and'Patt Nleenen. SCRIPT: School Paper Reports Events "lf reincarnation were possible, I would like to come back to earth as a little pig - so all I would have to do is eat and sleep." Such replies as this from SHS students were reported in the 'lNosy Nora" column - one of the many new features added to this yearls Script. Script is published monthly by SHS students. The outstanding editions of the past year were the Christmas issue - printed in green ink, the junior edition, and the senior special. This last edition of the Script - the senior special - was a tribute to the graduating' class. Included in this issue were such features as last wills and testaments, future plans and ambitions, and senior picnic photographs. As is the custom, the Script reported the year's school events and activities. Also presented were many features, including 'lThe Literary Column", "Sharps and Flats". "Guess Who", and "Peek- ing Thru the Keyhole." Co-editors of this year's Script were Marian Miller and Lora l.ea VVolf, and Mr. Herbert Parsley was adviser. 74 I Ae 2 Ili SHSSCRIP M 'IAOI' l'lC'l'L'Rl'Q. B.-XCR ROXV: Sheila Xltisgruve, Dulores Scheler, Xlarilyn Xelsun, Xlarilyn Cassens, .Xlice lfinniitt, Barbara Gehlsen, Pat Batcheller. lilllRD ROXY: Sylvia Bawden, jean Bluuinquist, Nancy-Forquer, .Xlary Saunders, .Xlinii Sheldon, Gail lflaningani, Ann Iishlenian, Leola Clark, SICCOXD ROXV: juan Benialieli. Sally Xlusher, Ann Farver, Carol Benson, Xlargic Xleycr. Sylvia Schani, Dolly Bell, Xlargo Dillon. FRONT ROXY: Canal Camps. .Xlary Ann Snyder. Bettie XYinn, jan Wagner. Shirley Bnekingliani, Kay lfslileinan Beth Nlyers. SCRIPT STAFF l3O'I"l'O.ll l'lC,"1'L'RIi. likflli ROXY: Xlary Lou Ogleyee, Bill Scott, 'limi Slntlimvcr, Paul Small, -Iuhn Xlichel. Doris Ukiessiier. 'lilllRlJ ROXV: Pat lxlgie, Phyllia Nlclfalls, jcannie Xlarahang, Carol Taft, Billie lluenger, Leone XYolber, Luis Gund, Sl-,COND RONY: Barbara Bickfurd, Judy Swain, Delores Selden, Janice Scott, Nancy Rothstein, Ann Gartner, Margie XYessels. FRONT ROXY: Nlarlene Kenner, Jeannie Sterenberg, Maxine lYallis, Phyllis Kusier. Pat Howe, Marilyn Huffman, Lottie Harden. Q"'1?:7's 1 0' GAA: Sponsors Dances BACK ROXV: Nancy Kunde, jean Bloomquist. Xlary Saillard. .Xlarlene Steadman. .Xlary Saun- ders, Ann Farver, jeannie Nlarshang, and Leola Clark. THIRD RONY: Margaret I.air, Sue Hey, Margo Dillon, Nlrs. Margaret Klee, Xliss Helen Becker, Nancy lforquer. and .Xliini Sheldon SECOND ROXY: jackie Long, Pat Howe, Shirley Broyvn. Barbara Deluba, Gail lflaningam Ann Lahman, and Xlarlcne Kletzner. FRONT ROXY: janice jackson, Wanda Rhoades, .Xlary Espinoza, Nancy Graham, and Kathryn Evans. Q To promote interest in athletics and the out-of- rn doors, to live a strong. healthful life, and to make IL ' 9 5 A M good sportsmanship a constant factor in everyday ' lm fx CCA '79-X'-1 activities are the purposes of the Girlsl Athletic A Xe 9 Association. ,VK Q -' ay ' i Q In social activities this year. the club, collaborating ' ' g Q 5 with the "SW Club. sponsored the annual Home- j -9 A 2 coming Dance. They also sponsored a dance in 1 TS- V c W Q i the spring. X pi' 1 This year's ofliccrs were Marlene Steadinan. prev- X f I ident, Ann Lahnian. vice-president, Nancy Kunde. r ' T " ' G " ' , secretary, and ,lan jackson, treasurer. BACK ROXV: Dolores Schcler. Pat Appenzcller, Klarilyn Cassens, Donna Glenn, Nlary Lou Horyvedel, Betty Scott, Donna Seeley, and Pat Batcheller. THIRD ROXY: Xlary Snavely, Nlari- lvn Baxvden. joan Bogott. Ruth Kimball, Sally Shatfcr. Pat lflmendorf, Xlariorie Nelson. and Shirley Barnes. SICCOND ROXY: Kay lishelman. Nancy Rothstein, Norma Hiller, Sally Xlosher. Xlary'Anne Snyder, jan Wagner, Adrienne Allen. Shirley Buckingham. FRONT ROXV: Patt Nleenen. Pat Baird, Kalah XVesner. Donna Boyungs. Beth Xlyers. jean Allen, and Eileen Xliner. U' Cf , , A-T1 3.5 BACK ROXY: llsther XYolber, Darlene Clark, Susie Church, Barbara lhonias, june Bellars, .Xrlene Book, llelen johnson, antl ,laniee Scott. 'l'lllRD ROXY: Audrey Bos, lflaine Siex, Delores Nlaass. XVancla XYalters, Carol iliaft, Xlerrilclean l,eonartl, Joyce Schneider, antl joyee Suloutl. SFCOND ROXY: Nancy .XlclYetIiy. l.ois Clooil. llayine XYallis, Phyl- lis Kosier, jeannie Sterenberg, Pat Hanson, and Shirley Altlrieh. FRONT ROXY: Ther- esa Barajas, l.anor Xlaier, Nancy Thuniniel, Ann Gartner, janet Betts, Carol Xlortenson, and Carol Turner. BACK RON -Xudru Balster lrudy Xhrrth Lois O Bry an llelcn Stern Pat Hudson bu iSnayely Sue lhonic I 1 Xliy and n- Collinson. IHIRD ROW: can I ir 's Kay lllsesser Carolyn Larson Barbara Fau- bell Pat Selooyer Shirley XleBride. Sylyia Seham. and Charliee Buyers. SFCOND ROXY: Barbara Bickforcl .-Xnn llshlenian oyee Kiser, Betty Sulouff, ane Rienstra, Dolly- Bell, and Doris Doty. FRUNVI' ROW: ,Xlarilyn lYorsley, l.aurel Larson, Nancy Kosier. Charlotte Xleiners. Carol Carter, Don- na lfshlenian, and l.ettie Harden. BACK ROXY: Phyllis .XlcFalls, Xlarilvn Xlatxniek, Nancy lilecht, Doris XYoessner, .Xlarilyn .-Xsper, lfloy Allen, l.ois lfrielisen, and Barbara Wilson. 'FHIRD RONY: Carol Benson, Sylvia Bayytlen, Sheila Xlusgroye, Leone XVolber, Billie lluenger, Delores Scl- tlon, and I.esta Del,ancy. SICCOND ROXY: Xlargie U'essels, joan Bowers, juily Swain, .Xlargie .Xley er, Barbara Coe, .-Xrlie Davis, Bet- ty Xloorehead. and lfileen liberhardt. FRONT ROXY: Pat Bragg, Patty Battles. Lorain lflniendorf, janet Xyillianis, Xlarilyn Sampson, Betty Carey, and Sue llowe. H! Roger Laibie, Bob Ronny BACK ROXY: Paui Smah. Sim Xuttah, Don Nicixec, V King, Mr. 'Yed Scheid, Marv Raiser, Bob Mathis, Gordon Brown, Schueicr. 'YHXRD RONY: Bob Pcugh, Sordun Daniei, Bob Kbersoie, Bib Arnoid, NN'esiey Kocster, jim Cie-areiand. Sim Rindic, jim Yarv. SECOSD RONY: Giibert Yiowers, Soc Moreno, Sim Gnhoway, Lyie Xhitznick, Kohn Xiichci, Chuck Rhoades, Ted Suioui, Chuck Coic, FROST ROXY1 Nir, il. il. Surah, Sherwin NicCombs, Richard NVeigie, Bob Anderson, Bob Gahowar , Bob NV iison, Mr. C. NV, Sherman. ' S' CLUB Boys' Vromote Schooi Spirit From the X950-SX "S" Ciub secretarfs notebook come the i ohowing excerpts: "Bob Gahoway was eieeted president-, Kim Gahoway, vice- president, and Chuck Coie, secretary-treasurer, to head the acti- vities for the year." "During,thc wear, Ciub members worked as ushers and ticket takers at home iootbzih and basketbah games. "S" Ciubers aiso 'worked with the GAA to sponsor the annuai Homecoming Dance f heid at the cohseumf' "Other activities were the nnnuzd banquet at St. !ohn's Lutheran church and the vearh' initiation at Sinnissippi Park. At vent, new officers were eiectedf' which inehides ah boys who have earned ' romotes schooi spirit as web as X e hitter e "S" Chib, iwiirds, p t i "The . manor and minor Xctter 1. Ti more avid interest in athictics. ab X 'Q -1 7 ff. T' QIN W QI 39 X1 7 , jggti I 78 , gig! l I. x .w if l fi . 'E 'Nw TOI' l'lCY'L'lx'l:'. l3.lCK I : Dick C.2lllJl1K'lI5lfl, Don U'CClf5, ,l0l1I1 ll'jllj3m5, Rgnulgznd Ilmrc, Ur, Ifugcnc llgzll, limb I.ncklmrr, Ray Glcrhart, fm, Q,-fm, Kgn G1-gg-n, Run l1,llll2!IIlSCIl. 'l'lllRlJ ROIV: jnhn IVLIIFOII, Dun I,csrcr, Dun Knight, Ulahxnc llLlS,SlIIIg, Dean Zcllar, Ur. llmncr .Uns- groxc, jwlm 51lmlz1'x', Don Srcu411'r, jon Su1'l21rr, l'l'lll1 l.UlJ21Ugll, Sl'.CO.XD RUU': C'lIUL'lx' jnhannscn, Gerald l"rl'11mdt, Dick l.vx'r111, Harris' .UL1SgrUI'C, Bula ligzirlmr, Glenn .SPIY-llgllliill, llcrclu-I l"l'1'l1I1, Don Slmntz, Ur. Curl' Bramlgzu, IVRUYI' RUN? Karl IXUI-llICIg, Hlzllic Pcppcr, Dick Huntley. Ronalml Crmdlllgllr, ,HJC .UCCf1f111I'L'lf, BUD KU5fC1'- Richard Allen- 'S 'CL UB 80770.11 l'lC'7'C'lx'1f. BACK RUIVJ Ray Gcbhardt, Danny Dir, john llarquis, Dick Gcblmrdr, Ulzlzcr Cilfmu', Rfznmn Gonzalez, john IVOIK l.'x'lc Ubllzcr, Ken Kraft. 'IIIIRD ROU1- Ken I'.'l'CllliSUI1, juhn Carrilln, D017 Purcrbzzugll, lllclf flllllfjll, Craig Casrlc, john lfasslcr, Pcrc Dillon, Lowell llunslacrgcr, jun .Ill-IJlL'I'. SlfCO.X'lJ RUIV: Ur. Pc-to llnugc' - fllllll12Il'tl, Lcsrcr lklllclcn. 'lbrrx' Pmrcll, john Dillon. fl A11dcr.s'w1, Glcnn IiYlCllIlfCII, Ur. Bernie .ll' ' .lliclzc-I, .-Xl Dznnuul, :Xl Ilcrnan l " ' Plul Beach. xccn, Dean -arlvlc Canzcron, Ray lrcllcll. l"RUX'l' ROIV: Ronnie cu, 1.1110 Carrjllu. Iiirl licclf, Von lVl7Cclcr, uh, 1 if be fix X I Q, 5, C EER ADEQ I SU, fi' ll2?iiigf'M W' "' BACK ROYV: Jeannie Sterenbcrg, VVanda Rhoades, Elaine Siex, Janicc Vhgncr, and John Michel. FRONT ROXV: Barbara Bickford, Margie VVesscls, and Sylvia Schani. CHEERLEADERS Tw Q, LERS COX ll l Nb'-y l I- , 'nf .uf . in , M 7 sm! EW. ' 5 53.3, ' li r I ii- TWIRLERS Janice Scott, Sheila Musgrove, and Dolly Bell. f in 1"'- Gr ,, Ns' Left to Right: janice Hawkins Flo -Xllen, Norma Xliller, Eunice Det- . , y . A wciler, Theresa Barajas, Miss Dollee Fauth, Deloris Herr, and Alice,Freas FUTURE TEACHERS: Members Explore Teaching Field "Thank you for the apple, johnny," will soon be the reply from some of these future teachers. The Future Teachers of SHS was organized in 19483 it is part if the national organization of the Future Teachers of America under the National Education Association. The purpose of this organization is to instruct those students interested in the duties and responsibilities of teachers. V ' l Ofricers of this SHS Q. U X 4 : club for the year were 3 You 4 Norma Miller, presi- w Q D261 dentg Deloris Herr, pg 37 'L A 6 vice-presidentg and FA . - . gt, X EI gg Mary Miller, secre- QZ X ft - tary-treasurer. Miss Rf' 1' A "-ii' Dollee Fauth is the QXX -53 ' R 1- VNS' adviser of the club. 81 i 4.1 J lf Q 17 N ' xx X fp 40 N! N ef ..f , QV KN fm wi A Xx 7 rdf Q' X Ty N , if xxxvxx ? iA L! --- A SPCRTS I g P' ,On '. , 3 f A ll.. 3. 'i"'l' 1, 'oss Jail' 9 l He 'ni A up L , M ' ,ji Juv' AH' Q' 'Wi' 'Qld' 1 S., Q Back Row: Bob Kosier, jon Surratt, Ned Ryerson, Skippy Ruek, jim Robinson, Dick Allen, Glenn ,-Xldefer. Dean Hubbard. Third Ro-tr: Art Kraft, Don Shontz, Chuck Rhoades, XYayne Hussung, jim Vary, Lyle Nlatznick, Bob Smith, Bob An- derson, Mr. Chet Sherman. Second Row: Mr. B. A. Mitchell, Manager Neil YVick, Mr. Ted Seheid, Roger Laible, Bob libersole Don XVeeks, Mary Kaiser, Ken Green, Bob Nlathis, jim Clcaveland, Paul Small, Bob Peugh, Don lfstabrook, Mr. Homer Xlusgroye. From Row: Bob Lockhart, Ronny XVilliamsen, XVallie Pepper, Bob Gall- oway. Chuck Cole, jim Galloway, Dick Czuprynski, Carlyle Cameron, Barry Mus- grove, john XVilliams, jim Cross, XVallie XVagncr. Football Squad Has Good Season After battling their way through a tough nine-game schedule, the SHS VVarriors wound up the football season with a record of six wins, one tie, and two losses. Their schedule included the NCIC foes and Thornton of Haryey. Sixteen members of the 1950 varsity squad will leave the SHS gridiron via the graduation route. Carlyle Cameron XYaync Hussung Bob Kosier Barry Musgroxe VARSITY FOOTBALL Date Oct. Oct. Oct. Oct. VVallie Pepper Don Shontz Nov Nov. Sept. Sept. Sept. SCOREBOARD Score SHS 27-0 SHS 34-0 SHS 18-7 SHS 0-18 SHS 31-6 SHS 25-25 SHS 28-13 SHS 13-34 SHS 34-7 Opponent Community Rock Falls Dixon DeKalb Geneseo Ottawa Hall Thornton Morrison if Bob Smith jon Surratt John Williams Ronny Xl'ill1amsen 86 .ffl A .. , CW arf: Back Row: Lino Carrillo, Neil Brown, john Fassler, jon Minier, David Rcavley, Larry Letcher, john Marquis, john Thomas, Fred Sinroll. Middle Row: Mr. Bob MacMurray, Don XViemkcn, john VVolf,,Ramon Gonzalez, Dick Gebhardt, Ray Gebhardt, Danny Dir, Craig Castle, john Dillon, Les Thielen, Mr. GaUA Rtyy O Front Row: Manager Lyle Zimmerman, Larry Miners, Ken litchison, Lowell Huns- berger, Don Putcrbaugh, Ken Kraft, Merle Miners, john Carrillo, Pee VVee Hernan- dez, Manager Lee Keiser. FROSH-SOPH FOOTBALL: Papooses Win Four, lose Two Date Score Opponent Sept. Z2 SHS 12-0 Rock Falls Sept. 29 SHS 14-7 Dixon Oct. 6 SHS 6-12 DeKalb Oct. 13 SHS 19-7 Geneseo Oct. 20 SHS 0-34 Ottawa Oct. 26 SHS 12-6 Hall Twp. 87 as i'. ,Q- PU ,5,.. 'X J' I. as 43.5 'po '.. '31 as QC JL PEE WEE FOCTBALL SQUAD z Iiavlc Row: Don Kilhcrg, l.orcn Frazier, David XVclkcr, Bill McCoy, Krci- alcr NYootls, lfugcnc Robbins, Dick Dranc, Bob llartshorn. Tliird Rau: Leonard Nlcllingcr, XV:iltcr Gnrriott, Clifford Dcttman, jim Dcluha, Ray- mond Anderson, john DcXVind, Bob Kent, l,aYcrnc Battles, Tom XVcidcl. Nlr. Darrell Dunham. Sevwld Row: larry Gaumcr, Art Scott, Allan lloxvc. Dick johnson, Bill Wbodyatt, john l.oos, jerry Adams, Phil Beach, Dick Card, Don Small, Dick Kohl. From Row: jack Kosicr, Dick Cox, Austin Allen, Owen Nlills, Dick Shuman. Nlcrlc johnson, Leon Niece. 5' 84? W Bark R0-tc: Chuck Cole, Bob Peugh. Don XYeeks. .Xlarv Kaiser. Ken Green im Gallowav, Rav Gelihardt, Dick Ohnen, lloh Galloway. lfrmn Razz: foui Cmnt Hall. Diek Czuprvnski, Barry fllusgrove. Cage Squad Wins Sterling Regional During the 1950-S1 basketball season, jim Galloway led the team in scoring with 30-1 points in 27 gamesg this gave jim an aver- age of 1 1.2 points a game, .Xlarv Kaiser was runner up in the scoring department with 231 points in 19 ganiesg this put Xlarv ahead of evervhodv in average points per game. with the average of 12.1. Bob Galloway won the lirandau Free Throw Trophy with an average of 60.272, jim Galloway set a new prep scoring reeord at the XVharton lieldhouse during the Klo- line sectional tournament with his 3-1 points in a single game. Two honors were bestowed on players of the squad bv team vote. Chuck Cole was chosen honorary captain. and jim Gallo- way. most valuable plaver. Chuck Cole Dick Czuprynski Ray Gebhardt Ken Green Bob Galloway jim Galloway VARSITY .A Marv Kaiser Don Knight BASKETBALL Date Dec. Dec. Dec. Dec. Dec. Dec. Dec. Dec. jan. jan. jan. jan. jan. jan. jan. Opponent SHS Tilden 37 Morrison 47 Freeport 28 East Moline 34 Community 38 DeKalb 42 Clinton 45 Galesburg 32 Mendota 57 VV. Rockford 49 Rock Falls 34 Princeton 36 Dixon 41 Rock Falls 51 Rock Island 46 l Barry Musgrove Dick Ohnen Bob Peugh Don XVceks SCORE BOARD Date Opponent SHS O jan. 30 Community 41 42 Feb. 2 Rochelle 43 46 Feb. 3 F. Rockford 6152 Feb. 9 Geneseo 83 49 Feb. 10 VVells 61 51 Feb. 16 Hall Twp. 62 47 Feb. 17 Dixon 45 55 Feb. 23 Ottawa 54 66 Regional Tournament Feb. 27 Lee Center 94 15 Nlar. 1 Dixon 47 45 Nlar. 2 Community 53 45 Sectional Tournament Xlar. 8 Kewanee 68 T3 Back Row: Manager Lyle Zimmerman, john Carrillo, Pete Dillon, john Thomas, l.arry Letcher, john YYolf, Lino Carrillo, jim DeZuba, Mr. Curt Brandau. Middle Row: Terry Powell, Tom Poston. Craig Castle, john Marquis, Ramon Gonzalez, Dick Gebhardt, Don Puterbaugh. Front Row: Al Dimond, Larry McCoy, Ronny Michel, Phil Beach. Date Dec. Dec. Dec. Dec. Dec. Dec. Dec. jan. jan. jan. jan. 5 8 9 12 I5 16 20 5 6 12 16 FROSH-SOPH BASKETB LL Squad Has Tough Schedule Opponent SHS Morrison 83 Freeport 31 F. Moline 21 Community 31 DeKalb 28 Clinton 48 Galesburg 38 Mendota 23 VV. Rockford 31 Rock Falls 23 Princeton 24 92 O 35 42 35 33 39 Ji' 33 28 59 24 75 Date jan. jan. jan. jan. Feb. Feb. Feb. Feb. Feb. Feb. Opponent SHS Dixon 44 Rock Falls 14 Rock Island 33 Community 31 Rochelle 40 E. Rockford 39 Geneseo 42 Hall Twp. 21 Dixon 38 Ottawa 31 I NUI .fi ' s .gg .g ,, l 9 Fuljp N 5 'BRL SH sill' YiRl.l5, 5TH S . YRLIN ITERALH 'is june june june june june june July J Ulf' July july Juli' july july july 14 SHS 16 SHS, 20 SHS 23 SHS 27 SHS 30 SHS, 3 SHS, y Smziding: Xlr. Gene llall, Xlr. llomer Xlusgrovc. Back Roar: Dick Czuprynski, john Xlarquis, Don Putcrhaugh, Dick Ohncn, Dick Lyon, Don Knight. illiddle Rout Roger Putcrhaugh, .Nlarv Kaiser, Toni ljnzickcr, Barry Xlusgrove. Ray Kcnaga. jack Hall, john Lyon. Front Row: Lyle Marquis, john XVilliams. Pete Dillon, VVallic Pep- oer, Chuck Cole, Chuck Deets. Lino Carrillo. BA EBALL2 Team Finishes Second In NCIC ll, Rock Falls, S 22, Princeton, 0 2g Ottawa, 3 5, Alumni, 3 2, Hall Twp., 4 5, DeKalb, 1 lg Community, 1 5 SHS, I4, Community. 1 7 SHS, 3, Rock Falls, l ll SHS, ll: Princcton,2 12 SHS, 17 SHS 21 SHS. 28 SHS 7, Community. 4 9, Ottawa, 3 1, Hall Twp., 3 10: DeKalb. Z SHS pitching during the 1950 baseball season was excellent with Roger Puter- baugh. Chuck Deets, and Ray Kenaga taking their regular turns and limiting the opposition to an average of only three hits per game. Dick Ohnen. .Xlarv Kaiser. and Ramon Gonzalez did yeo- men's work in relief duty. The team finished their season second in the NCIC conference. lfirst place in the league went to Hall Township. 93 Q01 Y' fi Back Roz. Chuck Cole Roger Laible Ray Gierhart Tom Lnzicker Rouland Howe VS awne Hussung Bob Smith Richard XVe1glc Tlvzrd Rom., Nlr Ted Scheid Nlr B 'X Xlitchell ack Hall Bob 'Xlatlns Tonv Pillaro Bill Marshall llwin Thielen Don VK eeks Paul Small Nlr l I Small 'Nlr Homer 'Xlusgroxc Second Row jack XVat son leo Prophet Ray Kenaga Cliff Garriott Jim Gallon ax Roger Puterbaugh Xlax Schmalmg Jack Bowman George W echslcr Front R01. Dick Czuprynslti Bob Galloway j1mTNuttall Bob Peugh Nlarx Kaiser j1mXary Bob Ring VARSITY TRACK Thmclads Wm N C I C and District For the fifth straight year the SHS Warriors have had a championship track team. The 1950 squad took the NCIC title and they won the district meet as well. Many honors xx re won during the year by the SI-IS thinclads. The relay team of Cliff Garriott Bob Peugh ack Bowman and Nlax Schmaling broke records in the Intra-City and District meets and in the Kewanee Relays. Records were smashed during the meets of the year by Cliff Garriott Max Schmaling jim Galloway Roger Puterbaugh Ray Kenaga and jim Kaehler. At the state meet im Galloway xx on second in the broad jump and Cliff Garriott placed fifth in the 220-yard low hurdles. Cliffs time at the state meet 1132.4 set a new record for SHS. 94 April April April April April May May May May May May May April April May May May May FROSH- 1950 VARSITY TRACK SCHEDULE Geneseo Relays-SHS, third place. SHS, 109M,g DeKalb, 51 M, Community, 28. Kewanee Relays-SHS, first place. SHS, 80, Freeport, 33. Sterling Relays-SHS, first place. SHS, 7-IM, Rock Island, 38M. Clinton Gateway Classics-SHS, third place. SHS, 96, Rock Falls, 70M, Community, 21 M. Rock Island District-SHS, first place. SHS, 88, Dixon, 25. Geneseo Night Relays-SHS, first place. NCIC-SHS, first place. 1950 FROSH-SOPH TRACK SCHEDULE SHS, 81, Tampico, 44M, Lyndon, 15 M. SHS, 101, Milledgeville, 83. SHS, 92 M, Rock Falls, 81 M, Community, 15. SHS, 48, Jr. Varsity, 56 Z, Prophetstown, 84M. SHS, 74, Dixon, 39. NCIC-SHS, second place. SOPH TRACK: Back Row: Mr. Chet Sherman, XValt Giffrow, Ramon Gonzalez, Rauland Howe, Dick Gebhardt, IVayne Hussung, Alr. Gene Hall. Middle Row: Lowell Hunsberger, Carlyle Cameron, Ray Gierhart, Dick Czuprynski, Bob Smith, Barry fllusgrove, Lyle XYolber. Front Row: Mac McCormick, Pee VVee Hernandez, Lino Carrillo, Bob Kosier, john Dillon, Glenn XViemken. Back Roar: Bob VVilson, Glenn Aldefcr, Ken Kraft, jim Cleaveland, Mr. Homer Musgrove, Lyle Nlatznick, Art Kraft. Bob Anderson, Fred Sinroll. Middle Rofw: Bob Kosier, Don lViemken, john Fasslcr, Earl Beck, Terry Sippcl, Karl Kilberg, Cliff Dettman, Randall Smith. From Row: Gerald Adams Jack Kosier, Don Rhoadcs. Von VVheeler, VVallis Pepper, Dick Card, A11 Scott. WRE TLI G: Matmen Have Big Year Coached by Mr. Homer Musgrove, the SHS wrestlers had a big and busy year. The season was climaxed by the entry of three team members in the state tournament. ln the Rock Island sectional tournament, Bob Anderson won the 165- pound title, Lyle Matznick took first in the 154-pound Class, and Art Kraft finished second in the 145-pound division. These victories qualified the three SHS grapplers to enter the state meet at the University of Illinois. Bob Anderson finished third in the state wrestling meet. 96 Bob Anderson Lyle Nlatznick Dec 9 Dec 1-1 Dec. 23 Dec. 29 jan. 5 jan. 13 Ian. 19 jan. 26 Feb 3 Feb 7 Feb. I3 Fell. 23 Feb. 1' 1050 XVRESTLING SCHEDULE Davenport Invitational-SHS, second place. SHS, 30g Xlaquoketa, 8. SHS. 383 Pekin. 49, Peoria XVoodrufT, 2-1. SHS, ln, SHS. 129 SHS. 1113 SHS. 13, 15, SHS, 16, SHS. 29, 21, SHS. 3'g Sectional Rock Island, 28. Clinton, 33. Moline, 22. Moline, 26. Clinton, 21. Peoria XVoodruff, 20. Peoria Nlanual, 3. Elgin. 1-1. Ottawa. 13. at Rock Island-SHS. fourth place. rt Kraft ,- -.f L ilk 35 f' 4? ii. :LL Bark Rozy: Don Stewart, Bob Baither, jon Surmtr. Toni Griffith. Allan Surratt, Orville Kimball. Clark Prenriss. 1770111 Rau: :Xl Diniond, Karl N IS 2 Killmcrg. Gerald Frinioilt, Dick Allen, Bill Scott, .Nlerehcl I-lynn. john Sun- day, Xlr. Curt Brandau. Q Left to Rigbz: Gordon Brown, Dean Zcllar, Kenny Suniniers, lfrvin l.o- ' baugh, Ronnie Schueler. john XYalton, Pere Dillon, jim DeZuba. Phil Beach. Bark Roux' Ulilly Stevens, Von XVhccler, lfarl Beck, Lester Handel, Randall Smith Don Rhyne. john Henson, Bill Xlaxwell. Larry Larson, llerby Recd, Bob H nls worth. Front Row: Ronnie Nlichel, Chuck johanssen, Karl Kilberg, Glenn Spring man, Ray Gicrlmrt, Bill .-Xrnold, Don l.cstcr, Xlr. lf. lf. Small. O CROSS COU TRY- Runners Meet Stiff Competition October October October October October October October Geneseo Invitntional-Sterling, ninth place. Sterling. 32, Dixon, 25. Sterling. 29, Dixon, 27. 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