Sterling High School - Blue and Gold Yearbook (Sterling, IL)
- Class of 1953
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Left to right: Miss Burritt, Advisorg Dick Ohnen, Vice-Presidentg Ken Kraft, Presidentg Ann Lahman, Secretary
Iohn F assler, Treasurerg Ruth Welle, Advisor.
As freshmen we had a very successful year under the leadership of Ann Farver,
Carlyle Cameron, Ramon Gonzalez, and Ann Lahman. Our "Freshman Mixer", which
gave everyone an opportunity to get acquainted with his many new classmates, started
us out on our new way of life for the following four years. A picnic held in the spring
at Sinnissippi Park climaxed our initial year at Sterling Township High School.
It wasnit very long before we had shed our "green freshien titles and had begun
our second year at S.H.S. One of the highlights of the year was "Cupid,s Caper".
Also, our class was the one to inaugurate the Sophomore Mixed Chorus. That year
we were under the capable guidance of John Dillon, Dick Ohnen, Sylvia Bawden,
and Doris Woessner.
By the time we became Juniors, we had gained an abundance of valuable ex-
perience in the art of giving successful partiesg and we used this information in
making our Junior-Senior Prom, "The Starlight Plaza", a real success. During the
last semester, eight members of our class were inducted into the National Honor
Society. This very busy year was led by Leone Wolber, Ken Kraft, Billie Huenger,
and Carlyle Cameron.
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One of the most successful and exciting years of high school was our last one.
Prior to the Christmas holidays, several very deserving students were inducted into
the National Honor Society and were joined by eight more at the close of the
second semester. The class of 753 not only excelled intellectually, however, but in
music, athletics, journalism, and various other fields. Also, the social life of the
seniors was far from neglected. Early in April we sponsored the Senior dance, and
Senior Recognition Day was another of the highlights of the year.
Only under the able assistance of Miss Doris Burritt and Miss Ruth Welle could
we have accomplished all that we did during this year. The class officers who worked
with them were Ken Kraft, presidentg Dick Ohnen, vice-presidentg John Fasseler,
treasurer, and Ann Lahman, secretary.
Those who greet Floy in the hall,
Know that she is a pal to all.
David has something of which to boastg
He works for his father at the Coast-to-
Ray, a fellow, we can find
MI! Amidst the groceries or football line.
Alderfer is well built and handsomeg
And he has the strength of Samson.
Calm and quiet, as she may seem,
She keeps fifth hour on the beam.
Shirley is short and cute,
And good in basketball "to boot."
Richard, better known as Dick
Very quick, but oh, so slick.
Austin has plenty of go and stop,
Is one of the mainstays in our shop.
Sweet and gentle, we all know,
Sets our hearts all aglow.
SYLVIA BAWDEN '
Sylvia's happy and serene,
Really gone on little "Gene."
Carol's interest centers gladly,
At the college of dear, old Bradley.
Phil's a fellow who's really quick,
And is that Packard ever slick.
Joyce IS a stenographer through and
She seems cut out for it, it's true.
Earl's a runner by the name of Beck,
Always a winner by the skin of his neck.
V Her hair is brown, her eyes are too,
She has the pep and fun of two.
Hoping that she always stays
Gay and happy all her days.
Life with Rahn is take and give,
As he drives around in that little red
We surely enjoy our classmate, Joan
Especially when she sings alone.
MARY JANE BRUNS
Hear that friendly, laughing fuss?
It's Mary Jane - vitality plus.
Pharmacy is her profession to be,
To fill prescriptions to the nth degree.
In football, "Zoom Zoom" gained renown,
From his tackling and many touchdowns.
Joyce is neat as you can seeg
Someday, a secretary, she will be.
She is one that we'll always remember,
From January to June, and from June to
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Shirley makes baskets without any aim, ' U
To credit the other side was surely a shame. P
At selling tickets, he's a whiz,
Beware of Lino or you'll get the "biz."
Ann is a little blue-eyed blonde,
And of Bob, she's very fond.
As a lawyer, David went all out,
And proved himself beyond a doubt.
Life with Lulu's never grimg
She's so full of pep and vim.
Were you doing wrong, and made to stop?
It was probably Larry, our fifty hour "cop",
Charles partakes of life's greatest joys,
Without being the cause of commotion
Alvin's a farmer and one of the "guys",
As he walks through the halls a certain
Bob likes farming, so 'tis said,
But now he goes to school instead.
' .lim DeZuha, known as "Nick",
At basketball, is pretty slick.
M JAMES DeZUBA
Courtright in our machine shop is,
At the lathe he is quite a whiz.
In track "Sir John" will win a race,
'Cause running helps to give him "Grace,"
A Princeton gal who's new this year,
Let's all give her a big loud cheer.
Our singing, swinging Marilou
Helped the choir and ensemble too.
A Hjack-of-all-trades" is this guy, Peteg
To keep up with him is quite a feat.
Margaret is liked by one and all,
She is blonde, blue eyed, and very small
Deacon Dlmoncls at his best,
When playing at any sports or chess.
To all the kids we'd like to tell
We think Lois IS really swell.
Our football playing, wrestling Dan,
Has helped the school out. What a man!
"Esh" is always gayg
She is also president of G.A.A
Dont be fooled by Dick s easy going way
""' Hes really thinking of some clever thlng
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Scholastically he rates so high
It makes us average people sigh.
You're never sorry that you're meeting
This guy's grin and friendly greeting.
A nurse in white, she hopes to be
Perfection is her speciality.
Ann Farver's ambition is to go to collegeg
But, may I ask why, to gain MORE
ls it Lauren - or is it Fate?
The things he does are always la
John's personality ean't be heatg
He's the kind you like to meet.
A fellow of many sides we hearg
Ronnie will have a good career.
Someday we'll take off our hats to Roy,
So he can trim our hair with joy.
Though he covers it up with incredible
We've heard that Nancy is Dick's big
Gail is ambitious, a studious lass,
And always bright in every class.
Lester is a runner with plenty of steamg
He proves his worth on the cross-country
This gal, Barb, is sharp as tacks,
At French or tennis she's not "lax."
She's our dimpled, laughing girlg
At smiling or talking, she's a whirl!
Wally Giffrow would vie for best
In a best-dressed contest at S.H.S.
Al's friends are many, his enemies few,
He proved his worth on the football crew.
In football, Ramon is heaven-sentg
And he's Honor Society President.
This guy's really out on a limbg
You see, Elwood's a "Herr" not a him.
Future teacher, Donna Hale,
Will keep school life from getting stale.
SUE HEY r
Sue's ready, willing, and able smile
Has shortened the day and set the style
.lean was new to our class this yearg
How did we manage before she was here?
BiIlie's energy is endless, I guessg
Ask her to do something and she always
Shirley would make all others despair,
In a contest to find the longest hair.
Her smiling face coming down the hall
Has been a help to one and all.
Marilyn has many excellent traits:
With the best of best is where she rates.
Always doing clever stunts,
Was this fellow, we call "I'Iuns."
Sue is ready to help and sympathize,
When trouble hits you between the eyes.
Lowell's nice to have around,
If football game or track meet is to he
Sandra is cheerful and full of fun,
And has a smile for everyone.
Tom Klein stops on a dimeg
He gets his papers out on time
Janet is short and pretty "Spunky",
And known to all by the nickname
A football player is our 'LRed"g
He uses his legs, sometimes his head.
Joyce is quiet, but that's no jinxg
It means she rests her mouth and thinks.
Ann has beauty, brains, and poiseg
Her nickname's 'ABuzz" 'cause she doesn't
Always quiet, this kid Valg
But she's a real smart, clever gal.
Our friendly Marg is loved by allg
Her smile isn't forced, and her heart isn't
A singer of note, Cloyd has what it takesg
Here's hoping fate gives him all the
Built for football, it might seemg
Was a good lineman for our team.
Jackie's first thought is, but of course,
"Has anybody seen my horse?"
Yvonne, that's a very nice nameg
And it fits the girl, for she's the same.
Marilyn's skilled in the art of being quietg
Watching her makes us wish others would
She always seems so bright and cheeryg
We wonder if she's ever weary.
In basketball, ,Iohn plays with care,
As for baskets - he makes his share.
I know Donna, you do too -
I think she's swell, how about you?
Whenever you want work in art,
You,ll have Jean'do it, if you're smart.
Need a brilliant, eager boy?
Try this fellow, Larry McCoy
To Honor Society, she did climb -
For this, we really don't need a rhyme.
Barbara gets joy from everything,
Regardless whatever fate does bring.
Phyllis has high aims in life,
Either a teacher or a farmer's wife.
A little lad with a great big smile,
He'l1 be a college man after while.
When given orders, never shirksg
And what we mean - he really works.
,Ion's sure had to be good, through thick
With his fater here to keep an eye on him.
In football he gave a lot of fight,
Played very hard with all his might.
In basketball, Chuck's really hotg
He's helped us out of many a spot.
Margie's active in everythingg
Her busy schedule would make your ears
Betty Moorehead, drummer girl,
Keeps the band moving in a nice, fast
Betty's finger tips skim lightly,
And do the typing up just rightly.
As a halfback, Terry was full of chatterg
But out for track, his feet did patter.
In sports she rates the topmost layer
A most outstanding type of player.
Captain of the football team,
Don sure had the pep and steam
MARY LOU OGLEVEE
French Horn player, Mary Lou,
Does a darned good job on piano, too.
David has a "brand new" carg
He needs it 'cause he travels far.
Here's a guy who's on the beamg
"Oley" really sparked the team.
So he will never be a "Hermit
.luanita always does her hestg
She goes at things with plenty of "zest."
Many friends has little Kermit:
She's everyone's pal, "Chimpy" Saillardg
And when it comes to sports, she really
Don eats vegetables of his own willg
'Cause he knows they give him fchloroi
Bob is one who with us ratesg
And he is pretty good on roller skates.
Leaders are always in demandg
F.F.A. is his command.
Down on the job, he will never sit,
Or his name's not Richard Schmitt.
There never could be a long enough day,
For Kent to tell all he has to say.
If your weakness is eyes of brown,
Joyce's are sure to get you down.
You'd have to travel near and far,
To find Gene's equal in a car.
MARY ANN SCHULTZ
Serving our food with great delight,
She works at Manion's every night.
Alfred has a husky voiceg
He got that way from talking to Joyce.
Yell out the cheers, loud and strongg
Following Dave we didn't go wrong.
,Ian thinks it would be a crime,
To miss an available good time.
History's rough, but shop his meatg
Terry Sippel's is one that can't be beat.
We don't know where we'll find
A person with a better mind.
lf drumming to you looks easy as sing
lt's just 'cause you've been watching Jim. I
Albion first, Seavey last,
One of the best farmers in our class.
Lois is so gay and jollyg
To her puting seems a folly.
You'll find her name on the honor rollg
Perfection seems to be her goal.
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Remember those things you wished you'd
J dy id, as co-editor of the Script!
We ve heard Randall has affalrs of the
But, then you know how rumors start.
Virgil Tegeler, a farmer will be,
If not now, maybe in slxty three.
Henry is quiet and very shyg
Don't you think he's quite some guy?
Barb is busy with C.A.P.
She and uniforms seem to agree.
Wally is climbing the ladder of successg
His fortune is left for us to guess.
Twyla Vest is also newg
We're surely glad we met her too
A quiet lass, but there are a few,
Who know the treasure hid in you.
Who could ever forget this one?
,I et' one of those people who tends
JANET WALKER QC
be tore quiet than her friends.
DORIS W OESSNER
"Grace" is her name, grins her fame,
To one and all she's just the saine
Wanda's vivacious as she can beg
That adjective fits her to a UT."
Our quiet, cheerful, efficient Leone,
Does a job well, even alone.
If you re in danger of being bored,
Stand and watch Dave driving his Ford.
LY LE WOLBER
A good all-around athlete,
As a fellow, hard to beat.
She's bursting with energy, this gal, Marge,
Not only her voice, but her heart is large.
Kreider Woods is humor's son.
Made of wisdom and of fun.
The chess playing manager of our basket-
Is this guy Wilson, whos on the beam.
But your voice, -- never the rushing
Of a river underground,
Not the rising of the wind
In the trees before the rain,
Not the woodcock's watery call,
Not the note the white-throat utters,
Shall content my musing mind
For the beauty of that sound
That in no new way at all
Ever will he heard again.
Cfrom "Elegy" by Edna St. Vincent Millayb
Sophomore Chorus: Robed Choir: Band: Dramatic Club: Sopho-
more Dance: Monitor: 'S" Club: Basketball: Track: Cross Coun-
try: Tennis: Baseball.
Freeport tIll.J High School, 1: "S" Club Football: Wrestling:
Track: Hi-Y: Campus Club: Intramural Sports: Sophomore Dance:
GAA: Spanish Club: Sophomore Chorus: Robed Choir: Band:
Freshman Dance: Prom: Hi-Tri: Monitor: Script Staff: Blue 3:
Oceanside High School CNew Yorkj, 1: Football: Basketball!
Track: Wrestling: Intramural Sports: Industrial Arts Club: Li-
Freshman Dance: Sophomore Dance: Prom: Junior Red Cross:
Student Council: Hi-Tri: Script Staff: Monitor: Future Teachers,
Vice-Pres. 3: Camera Club: Drivers' Club: Campus Club: GAA:
Debate: Latin Club: Blue 81 Gold Staff.
"S" Club: Baseball: Wrestling: Track: Football: Monitor.
Girls' Chorus: FHA: GAA: Monitor: Prom.
Boys' Chorus: Sophomore Chorus: Tennis.
Girls' Chorus: Sophomore Chorus: Spanish Club: Script Staff,
, Circulation Manager: Future Teachers, Sec. 3, Pres. 4: GAA:
Campus Club: Blue 8: Gold Staff.
Girls' Chorus: Robed Choir: Band: Hi-Tri: Campus Club: Spanish
Club: Script Staff: Blue K Gold Staff: GAA, Sec. 3: Sophomore
Class Secretary: Dramatic Club, Pres. 4: Student Council: Moni-
tor: Freshman Dance: Sophomore Dance: Prom.
Golf: Track: Basketball: Football: Hi-Y: Boys' Chorus: Robed
Choir: Jr. Red Cross: "S" Club: Campus Club: Freshman Dance:
Sophomore Dance: Wrestling: Blue Sz Gold Staff.
Wrestling: Track: Cross Country: "S" Club: Intramural Sports.
GAA: Girls' Chorus: Sophomore Chorus: Jr. Red Cross: Spanish
Club: Monitor: 'Hi-Tri: Prom.
GAA: Girls' Chorus: Sophomore Chorus: Robed Choir: Girls'
Ensemble: Latin Club: Dramatic Club: Campus Club: Future
Teachers: Librarian: Freshman Dance: Sophomore Dance: Prom:
GAA: Script Staff: Blue 81 Gold Staff: Capa Club: Campus Club:
Jr. Red Cross, Pres. 3: FHA: Student Council: Hi-Tri: Drivers'
Club: Girls' Chorus: Sophomore Chorus: Robed Choir: Freshman
Dance: Sophomore Dance: Prom.
Girls' Chorus: Script Staff: Librarian: Prom.
Janet Betts '
GAA: Spanish Club: Hi-Tri: Script Staff: Girls' Chorus: Sopho-
more Chorus: Freshman Dance: Prom.
Boys' Chorus: Football.
GAA: Script Staff: Blue Sz Gold Staff: Cheerleader: Dramatic
Club: Campus Club: Latin Club: Hi-Tri: Girls' Chorus: Sopho-
more Dance: Prom.
Milledgeville High School, 1: Monitor.
GAA: Latin Club: Campus Club: Hi-Tri: Monitor: Sophomore
Chorus: Sophomore Dance: Prom.
GAA: FHA: Girls' Chorus: Sophomore Chorus: Monitor.
Mary Jane Bruns
Librarian: FHA: Freshman Dance: Sophomore Dance: Prom.
Wrestling: Track: Football: Basketball: "S" Club: Freshman Class
V. Pres: Jr. Class Treas.: Campus Club, V. Pres.: Hi-Y: Trafiic
Council: Student Council: Industrial Arts Club: Sophomore Dance.
GAA: Girls' Chorus: Sophomore Chorus: FHA: Monitor: Prom.
"S" Club: Football: Basketball: Track: Baseball: Boys' Chorus:
Sophomore Chorus: Robed Choir: Capa Club.
Tennis: Cross Country: Boys' Chorus: Sophomore Chorus: Band:
Script Staff: Blue Sz Gold Staff: Latin Club: Campus Club: Science
Club: Dramatic Club: Jr. Red Cross: Freshman Dance: Sophomore
GAA: Girls' Chorus: Latin Club: Campus Club: Monitor: 'Hi-Tri,
Pres. 4: Script Staff: Blue 8: Gold: Freshman Dance: Sophomore
Capa Club: Campus Club: Intramural Sports: Football: Freshman
FFA: Boys' Chorus: Sophomore Chorus: Robed Choir: Freshman
Monitor: Intramural Sports: Basketball.
Princeton High School, 1, 2, 3.
FFA: Monitor: Freshman Dance.
Rock Falls High School, 1, 2: FFA: Monitor.
Football: Track: Basketball: "S" Club: Golf: Boys' Chorus: Sopho-
more Chorus: Robed Choir: Cross Country: Monitor: Campus
Club: Hi-Y: Blue 8: Gold Staff: Freshman Dance: Sophomore
"S" Club, Sec. 4: Football: Track: Basketball: Sophomore Class
Pres.: Student Council: Hi-Y: Traffic Council: Campus Club,
Pres. 4: Co-ed Council: Industrial Arts Club: Blue 8: Gold Staff:
Boys' Chorus: Sophomore Chorus: Freshman Dance.
"S" Club: Tennis: Golf: Football: Basketball: Baseball: Boys'
Chorus: Robed Choir: Student Council, Sec. 3, Pres. 4: I-Ii-Y:
Script Stati, Sports editor 3: Blue tt Gold Staff, Business Manager:
Campus Club: Trafiic Council: Co-ed Council: Freshman Dance:
Sophomore Dance: Prom.
"S" Club: Football: Basketball: Track: Baseball: Tennis: Hi-Y:
Student Council: Campus Club: Script Statf: Blue 8 Gold Staff,
Sports Editor. '
"S" Club: Football: Wrestling: Jr. Red Cross.
Hi-Y: Football: Boys' Chorus: Robed Choir: Band: Dramatic Club:
Latin Club: Science Club.
F'HA: Girls' Chorus: Sophomore Chorus: Robed Choir: Girls' En-
semble: Script Staff: Monitor: Prom.
Milledgeville High School, 1, 2: Student Council: Monitor: Honor
GAA: FHA, Sec. 2-: Freshman Dance.
Rock Falls High School, 1: GAA, Pres. 4: FHA: Latin Club:
Student Council: Campus Club: Hi-Tri: Script Staff: Blue Si Gold
Staff: Sophomore Chorus: Robed Choir: Sophomore Dance: Prom.
Boys' Chorus: Robed Choir: Boys' Quartet: Boys' Ensemble: Latin
Club: Dramatic Club: Campus Club: Honor Society: Freshman
"S" Club: Football: Wrestling: Monitor: Freshman Dance: Sopho-
more Dance: Prom.
Freshman Class Pres.: Girls' Chorus: Sophomore Chorus: Robed
Choir: Girls' Ensemble: Band, V-Pres. 3: GAA: Student Council:
Debate: Dramatic Club: Latin Club: Monitor: Campus Club:
Script Staff: Hi-Tri, Sec. 3: Co-Ed Council, Treas. 3, 4: Honor'
Society: Freshman Dance: Sophomore Dance: Prom.
"S" Club: Football: VVrestling: Track: Intramural Sports: Hi-Y:
Jr. Red Cross
GAA: Girls' Chorus: Sophomore Chorus: Latin Club: Script
Staff: Dramatic Club: Campus Club: Camera Club: Science Club:
Freshman Dance: Sophomore Dance: Prom.
GAA: Girls' Chorus: Sophomore Chorus: Band: Hi-Tri: Latin
Club: Dramatic Club: Script Staff, Circulation Mgr. 4: Student
Council: Campus Club: Drivers Club: Freshman Dance: Sopho-
more Dance: Prom.
Blue 81 Gold Staff, Co-Editor: Football: Bowling: Intramural
Sports: Boys' Chorus: Band: Campus Club: Traffic Committee,
Pres. 4: Photography Club, Pres. 4: Honor Society: Freshman
Dance: Sophomore Dance: Prom.
Freshman Dance: Bowling: Monitor: Hi-Y.
Senior Class Treas.: Band: Monitor.
Football: Basketball: Track: "S" Club: Jr. Red Cross.
Band: GAA: Hi-Tri: Script: Latin Club: French Club, Treas, 3,
Pres. 4: Campus Club: Monitor: Librarian: Freshman Dance:
Boys' Quartet: Boys' Ensemble: Robed Choir: "S" Club: Track:
Football: Basketball: Cross Country: Hi-Y: Campus Club: Fresh-
man Dance: Sophomore Dance: Prom.
Honor Society, Pres. 4: "S" Club: Football: Track: Basketball:
Baseball: Freshman Class Sec.: Boys' Chorus: Sophomore Chorus:
Capa Club: Monitor: Dramatic Club, Sec. 3: Campus Club: Blue
and Gold Staff, Art Editor: Co-Ed Council: Camera Club: Sopho-
more Dance: Prom.
Galatia Community High School, 1, 2: Robed Choir: Future Teach-
ers, Sec. Treas. 4: FHA.
Bowling: Track: intramural Sports: Cross Country: VVrestling.
GAA: Band: Girls' Chorus: Sophomore Chorus: Script Staff:
Hi-Tri: Capa Club: Campus Club: Monitor: Freshman Dance:
Sophomore Dance: Prom.
"S" Club: Football: Basketball: Track: Capa Club, Treas. 2. 3:
Hi-Y: Student Council, Sec, 4: Co-Ed Council,
Football: Campus Club: Capa Club: Boys' Chorus: Sophomore
Chorus: Robed Choir: Prom.
GAA, V-Pres. 4: Girls' Chorus: Sophomore Chorus: Robed Choir:
Girls' Ensemble: Latin Club: Jr. Red Cross: Campus Club: Sopho-
more Dance: Prom.
Rock Falls High School, l, 2: Polo High School, 3: Monitor:
GAA: Band: FIIA: Sophomore Chorus: Spanish Club: Jr. Red
GAA: FHA: Hi-Tri: Girls' Chorus: Sophomore Chorus: Script
Statif: Freshman Dance: Prom.
GAA: FHA: Band: Hi-Tri: Script Staff: Freshman Dance: Prom.
GAA: FHA: Script Staff: Monitor: Prom.
GAA: Jr. Class Sec.: Girls' Chorus: Sophomore Chorus: Hi-Tri,
Treas. 4: Latin Club: Campus Club: Script Staff: Quill K Scroll:
Blue 8: Gold Statif, Co-Editor: Honor Society: Freshman Dance:
Sophomore Dance: From.
GAA: Script Staff: Hi-Tri: Capa Club: Campus Club: Jr. Red
Cross: Science Club: Monitor: Freshman Dance: Sophomore
"S" Club, Treas. 4: Football: Basketball: Track: Hi-Y: Capa
Club: Jr. Red Cross, Pres. 2, V.-Pres. 3: Drivers Council: Student
Council: Co-Ed Council: Monitor: Sophomore Dance: Prom.
GAA: Girls' Chorus: Campus Club: Freshman Dance: Prom.
Honor Society, V.-Pres. 4: Campus Club, Sec. Treas. 4: Girls'
Chorus: Sophomore Chorus: Robed Choir: Girls' Ensemble: Latin
Club: Student Council: Monitor: Script Staff: Blue 8: Gold Staff:
Boys' Chorus: Sophomore Chorus.
Hi-Y: Monitor: Boys' Chorus: Drivers Council: Band: Sophomore
"S" Club, V.-Pres. 4: Football: Wrestling: Track: intramural
Sports: Sr. Class Pres.: Jr. Class V.-Pres.: Honor Society, Treas.
4: Capa Club: Monitor: Student Council: Hi-Y: Sophomore
GAA, V.-Pres. 2: Freshman Class Treas.: Latin Club Treas. 1.
Sec. 2: French Club Pres. 3, Sec. 4: Senior Class Sec,: Student
Council: Campus Club: Hi-Tri: Librarian: Blue K Gold Staff:
Honor Society: Prom.
Latin Club: GAA: Dramatic Club: Band: Sophomore Chorus:
Robed Choir: Girls' Ensemble: Student Council: Librarian: Cam-
pus Club: Future Teachers: Jr. Red Cross: Sophomore Dance:
Milledgeville High School 1: Basketball: Track: Football: "S"
Club: Hi-Y: Jr. Red Cross.
Girls' Chorus: Sophomore Chorus: GAA: Capa Club: Librarian.
Boys' Chorus: Mixed Chorus: Robed Choir: Boys' quartet: Basket-
ball: Football: Baseball: "S" Club: Hi-Y: Campus Club: Jr. Red
Band: GAA: Script: Hi-Tri: Capa Club: Girls' Chorus: Sopho-
more Chorus: Campus Club: Monitor: Blue 8: Gold Staff: Freshman
Dance: Sophomore Dance: Prom: Pep Club.
Girls' Chorus: Sophomore Chorus: Sophomore Dance: Prom:
GAA: Latin Club: Librarian: Monitor: Honor Society.
Benton High School, 1, 2: Monitor.
Girls' Chorus: Sophomore Chorus: Robed Choir: Jr. Red Cross:
Script: Capa Club: GAA: Librarian: Future Teachers, V-Pres.
4: Campus Club: Science Club: Freshman Dance: Sophomore
Dance: Prom: Latin Club: Bluelk Gold Staff.
Girls' Chorus: Sophomore Chorus.
'S" Club: Football: Basketball: Track: Campus Club: Capa Club:
Boys' Chorus: Sophomore Chorus: Robed Choir: Honor Society:
GAA: Girls' Chorus: Sophomore Chorus: Robed Choir: Girls'
Ensemble: Band: Hi-Tri: Co-Ed Council: Script: Blue 8: Gold
Staff, Typing Editor: Campus Club: Jr. Red Cross: Latin Club:
Dramatic Club: Freshman Dance: Sophomore Dance: Prom.
West Rockford High School, 2: Track.
Football: Track: FFA: Monitor: 'S" Club: Campus Club: Hi-Y:
Freshman Dance. '
Girls' Chorus: Sophomore Chorus: Robed Choir: Freshman Dance:
Sophomore Dance: Prom: Script, News Editor: GAA: Latin Club:
Student Council: FHA: Hi-Tri: Campus Club.
Girls' Chorus: GAA: FHA.
Basketball: Baseball: Track: Cross Country: Hi-Y: "S" Club.
Fairfield High School, 1, 2, 3: Football: Basketball: Baseball: "S"
Club: Latin Club, Secretary, 4.
Walnut High School, 1: Football: Basketball: Track: "S" Club:
Librarian: Monitor: Campus Club. Q
Freshman Dance: Girls' Chorus: Sophomore Chorus: Band: Jr.
Red Cross: Prom: Latin Club: Monitor.
Milledgeville High School, 2: FHA.
GAA: Monitor: Blue 8 Gold Staff: Sophomore Dance: Girls'
Chorus: Sophomore Chorus.
Mary Lou Oglevee
Freshman Chorus: Latin Club: Band, Sec. 4: Script: Blue 8: Gold
Staff, Club Editor: Campus Club: Honor Society, Sec. 4: Monitor:
Librarian: Freshman Dance: Prom: Camera Club, Sec. 4: Junior
Basketball: Baseball: Cross Country: Track: Freshman Dance:
Sophomore Dance: Prom: Student Council: Boys' Chorus: Vice-
Pres. Soph. Class: Vice-Pres. Senior Class: Robed Choir: Hi-Y:
Spanish Club: "S" Club.
Freshman Chorus: Sophomore Chorus: Robed Choir: "S" Club:
Campus Club: Student Council: Hi-Y: Football: Basketball:
Track: Golf: Cross Country: Prom.
Freshman Chorus: Sophomore Chorus: Robed Choir: Football:
Basketball: Track: Baseball: Campus Club: "S" Club: Capa Club:
Robed Choir: Boys' Ensemble: Football: Basketball: Track: Hi-Y:
Campus Club: "S" Club: FFA: Prom.
"S" Club: Librarian: Tennis: Golf: Bowling.
"S" Club: Hi-Y: Red Cross:' Wrestling: Tennis.
Honor Society: Campus Club: FFA.
Boys' Chorus: Sophomore Chorus: Robed Choir: Sophomore
Dance: Prom: Red Cross: Script: Librarian: Monitor: Bowling:
Freshman Chorus: Robed Choir: Band: Campus Club: Freshman
Freshman Chorus: Sophomore Chorus: Freshman Dance: Hi-Tri:
GAA: Capa Club: Recreation Council.
Girls' Chorus: Sophomore Chorus: GAA: HiATri: Latin Club: Red
Cross: Campus Club: Freshman Dance: GAA Dance.
Walnut Ridge High Arkansas 1, 2: Sparta High Sparta Illinois 3:
FFA: Monitor: Intramural Basketball.
Freshman Chorus: Sophomore Chorus: Robed Choir: Freshman
Frolic: Sophomore Dance: Prom: GAA: Twirler: Script: Student
Council: FHA: Dramatic Club: Hi-Tri: Blue and Gold Staff.
FFA: Monitor: Track.
Freshman Chorus: Sophomore Chorus: Robed Choir: Freshman
Dance: Sophomore Dance: GAA: Script: Student Council: Band:
Debate: Dramatics: Latin Club: Campus Club: Hi-Tri: Blue and
Boys' Chorus: Robed Choir: Cheerleader: Sophomore Dance:
Prom: Script: Librarian: 'S" Club: Campus Club: Hi-Y: Bowling:
Freshman Chorus: Sophomore Chorus: Robed Choir: Band: "S"
Club: Campus Club: Science Club: Tennis: Freshman Dance.
Sophomore Chorus: Freshman Dance: Librarian.
Freshman Chorus: Sophomore Chorus: "S" Club: Latin Club:
Wrestling: Cross Country.
Band: "S" Club: Cross Country: Golf: Bowling: Tennis: Campus
GAA: FHA: Latin Club: Monitor: Librarian: Sophomore Dance:
Girls' Chorus: Sophomore Chorus: Robed Choir: Honor Society:
Freshman Dance: Sophomore Dance: Prom: GAA: Capa Club:
Dramatic Club: FHA: Campus Club: Hi-Tri: Script Co-Editor 4,
Feature Editor 3: Student Council: Driver Club: Quill and Scroll.
FFA: Baseball: Wrestling.
Freshman Chorus: Sophomore Chorus: Freshman Dance: Sopho-
more Dance: Capa Club: GAA: Hi-Tri: Script: Twirler: Campus
Wayne City High School 1, 2: Flora High School 3.
Band: Campus Club: "S" Club: Cross Country: Tennis.
FHA: Capa Club: Monitor.
Freshman Chorus: Sophomore Chorus: FHA: Campus Club.
Freshman Chorus: Sophomore Chorus: Hi-Y: Latin Club: Red
Cross: Freshman Dance: Junior Dance: Track: Basketball, Foot-
GAA: Hi-Tri, Treas. 2: Script: Twirler: Cheerleader: Dramatic
Club: FHA: Campus Club: Librarian: Jr. Red Cross: Girls'
Chorus: Freshman Dance: Sophomore Dance: Prom.
Dick Wilson r
Baseball: Basketball: Football: Track: Boys' Chorus Hi-Y: Stu-
dent Council: "S" Club: Campus Club: Mixed Chorus: Robed
GAA: Latin Club Sec. 1, Vice pres. 2: Student Council: FHA:
Hi-Tri: Campus Club Sec.-Treas. 3: Sophomore Class Treas.:
Freshman Chorus: Mixed Chorus: Robed Choir: Honor Society:
Script Staff, News Editor 3, Co-Editor 4: Quill and Scroll: Safety
Driving Club Sec.: Freshman Dance: Sophomore Dance: Prom.
Jr. Red Cross: Student Council: Junior Class President: GAA:
FHA: Script: Band: Freshman Chorus: Sophomore Chorus: Robed
Choir: Hi-Tri: Latin Club: Blue and Gold Staff: Freshman Dance:
Football: Basketball: Track: Hi-Y: Cross Country: Campus Club:
"S" Club: Golf.
Football: Basketball: "S" Club: Campus Club: Band: Hi-Y:
French Club Vice Pres. 3, Treas. 4.
Left to right Miss Head advisor Neil Brown, presidentg Herb Reed, vice-presidentg Larry
Larson treasurtr Janet Williams secretary, Miss Thompson, advisor.
The Junior class was capably led by Neil Brown, president, Herb Reed,
vice-president, Janet Williams, secretaryg and Larry Larson, treasurerg with
Mary Saunders and Lyle Zimmerman acting as Student Council representa-
tives. Working with the officers were Miss Jan Head and Miss Jean Thomp-
son, the advisors.
The juniors excelled in many and various school activities during the
year. They won first place for their float in the homecoming parade, and
their dance, "Jack-0-lantern Jumpf' was a real success. Candy was sold to
earn money for the class activities, and their big project was the annual
Junior-Senior prom. lt was called 'Tantasiaf' and Trudy Worth and John
DeWind were the co-chairmen.
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csvr. How II: Ia! SI-id'-l. Ixiilllj' OW-rliulwr. lh-tty Sulouff. Nlury Jo IU-ugh. I'Il'LlIll'Q'S Iioyvr. Hicllarfl Pinvda. Iiolwrt N1-sluitt
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Fom NM-iflvl. Row III: John S1-Iiwulv. Jvroma- Hollistvin. Hon Nvwn-ll. David Swchlu, Ronald Wollwr, Les XVPIHSIIIIP. Don Small.
Row I: Nancy Hecht, Nancy Graham, Rose Meinen, Shirley Moore, Shirley Ann McCleary, Laurel Larson, Charlotte Meiners,
Nancy Cross. Row ll: Ronnie Loring, Dean Long, Noel Feather, Clyde Morden, if-oh Herbon, Herman Michels, Robert C-ettle,
John Kurfiss. Row ill: Don MacLcnnan, Hob Hartshorn, Walter Johannsen, Bill Madwell, Leonard Mellinger, Dick Cox, Rikus
Luebbers, Richard Mennenga.
Row l: Sandra Smith, Frances Rhode, Valerie Shicrry, Faye Tcgeler, Bernadene Wolf, Neal Schrader, Arthur Scott, Walt Johann-
sen. Row ll: Mary Saunders, Trudy Worth, Susan Snavely, Nancy Waters, Lois O'Bryan, Shirley McBride, Hr-len Saillard, Pat -Se-
loover. Rowlll: Sue Theme, Helen Stern, Gene Tonipkins, Sain Mylin, Leon Nu-sv, Ronald K. Hee-non, Merle Orlowski, Herb
Reed, Lyle Zinnnernian.
Left to right: Miss Schumaker, advisorg Pete Andrews, president, Neil Pontious, treasurer, Jim Eshleman
secretaryg Harold Hussung, vice-presidentg Mr. Lee, advisor.
The sophomore class, under the advisorship of Miss Schumaker and
Mr. Lee, was led by president, Pete Andrews, vice-president, Harold Hus-
sungg secretary, ,lim Eshlemang treasurer, Neil Pontiousg and Student Coun-
cil representative, Ronnie Sonneman.
The class scored a hit in the homecoming parade with their original
float, and, in February they ordered their class rings, which were of
modern design. Also in February the sophomores held their annual Valentine
Dance, to which the whole school was invited. As always, the dance was
one of the social successes of the school year.
We are sure the sophomore class will continue along this successful
path of business and social accomplishments in their future years at S.H.S.
Row I: Sandra Ceiseman, Janice Ohnen, Dana Johnson, Kathvrine Lambert, Ruth Lobaugh, Loretta Potts, Margie Nance, Delpha
Riesselmar. Row ll: Janet May, Robert lluhrow, Ronald Hahben, Bill Fisher, Ronnie Bignall, Carol Johnson, Margrethe Johnson.
Row Ill: Phyllis Holloway, Joan Hicks, Holm Cray, Dan Dummf-tt, Jim Eshleman, Clark Galloway, Nancy Miller.
Row I: Lois Lavonne Baueher, Jean Battles, Janet Haeklmarth. Gail Aper. Carole Burger, Grace Marie Bealer, Dorothy Bollman,
Delores Glass. Margie Cowser. Cynthia Grennan. Row ll: Mary Ann Flowers, Judy Gartner, Roger Flaningam, John Benson
Charles Cox. Neal Bressler. Reuben Chapman, Selma Barnes. Pat Contliff. Row lll: Beeda Bowers, Carrie Doty. Bob Bittner,
Don Duhm. Richard Eatinger, Shirley Gillispie, Connie Hale, Beverly Foss, Nancy Balster.
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Row I: Boh Clark. Donald Brill. Carl Bushman. Rudy Barajas, Bill Grim, Boh Dalton. Sue Michel. Joyce Cameron, Barbara Baer.
Row ll: Julie Findley. Jo Covel, Susie Dettman, Nikki Flock, Ann Burkholder, Gale Dillon, Naney Apple, Mary Bauman, Neta
Bowman. Rita Frye. Row lll: Birk Allen. Bob Andrews. Pete Cox, Ernie Barlow, Jim Dimond, Ben Benson, Jim Baird, Leonard
Gilbert. Gail Buchanan.
Row I: Donna Wheelock, Ruth Williams. Rc-tta Wilson, Joyce Scott. Donna Smith. Shirlene Springman, John Waller. Row H:
Walter Pope, David Waters, Ronald Sonnvman, Willard Stanley, Johnnie Stern, Carol Swartley, Jim Johnson. Row HI: Harold
Martin, Fred Parker, Dean Peterson, Alva Wise, Neil Pontious.
Row I: Gayla McCombs, Joyce Moorehead, Gladys Robison, Lois McNeil, Carmen Mendoza, Ruth Pelton, Marcia Gehlsen, Ruth
Hartman, Sally Kannaka, Sharon Mangler. Row H: Deloris Mennenga, Gail Dec-ts, Bob Glass, Don Flynn, Bob Dir, Gerald
Braun, John Marshall, Edgar Duprey. Row HI: Francis Breed, Robert Carhaugh, Harry Brown, lsh Celestino, Harold Hussung,
Gene Brandt, Shirley Riesselnian.
Row l: Harry Peterson, James Keller, James Maxey, Ellis Seavey, Nick Norcia, Robert Nie. Row ll: Lyle Naylor, Bob Wittenauer
Bob Clark, Bill Surratt, Leo Wagenknecht, Melvin Smith.
Row l: Marlene Knowles, Betty Pitzer, Carole Howard. Judy Penlcy. Vera Harden. Loncttc Miller, Lucille Hinrihs, Norma Hub-
hart, Don Robinson. Row ll: George Newcum, Manuel Ramirez, Arlyn Erh, Stanley Fischhach, Bob Lund, Don Kohl, Larry
Langley, Bob Deets. Row III: Larry Gierhart, Kenneth Handel, Eugene Grim, Don Hefflebowee, Ronni,e,,Min.Lun, Ross Melvin,
Cordon Kendell, John Robbins. '
Row l: Keith Prfras. Mary Ste-fanivli. ,lnyw it-agviz l,L1I'I'f l.inIon. lfloycl ,lohannfn-n. Janet TllllTII'I. Loy Smith, Georgia Wlhitesicle
Donna Whaley. How ll: Frwl Sinroll. l.i1Wl't'Ilt't' Meyer. lltlllllllt' Wm-H5111-r, Mary Wt-wks, Kay Zigler, Ken Kosier, Wilfred Hel-
ter, Alan Scliam. Row lll: Hlt'llZll'll Nivv. K4-nrlzill Sliurxnzin, 'loin King. Wuyiic- Snow. ,lim King. .luhn Svliae-fer, Yvaync' llzirrixon
Eli-ry Johnson. Jim 54-liuvln-r.
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Row I: ,laniee Varner, Eileene Wagner, Kay Stewart, Sandra Williamsen, Mary Wiemkt-n, Donna Teske, Carollynn Sergeant, Jan
Starks. Row ll: Lee Wallis, Dixon Smith, Bill Kempster. James Stanley, Leonard Long, Kenny Py-se, Harry Seavey, Orville Karr,
Arlyn Thomson. Row Ill: Hcrli Dram-, ,lf-rry Staton, Dick Holmquisl. Charles Hollaway. Bill Howard, Roger Seidel, Phillip Men-
dez, Cc-ne Van Kampen.
Left to right: Mr. Brandau, advisorg Carol Wetzell, treasurerg Bob Brown, vice-president: .lim
Austin, presidentg Georgia Wadsworth, secretaryg Mrs. Mee, advisor.
The class of '56 got off to a very successful start with the annual 4'Freshman
Mixer? There was more enthusiasm than ever, and the floor show was excellent.
Early in the year, the 226 members of the Freshman class chose as their officers
and representatives the following-people: Jim Austin, presidentg Bob Brown, vice-
presidentg Georgia Wadsworth, secretaryg Carol Wetzell, treasurerg and Jim Ziegler,
Student Council representative,
Mrs. Margaret Mee and Mr. Curtis Brandau advised the class in its activities for
the year, which were climaxed with a big picnic in the spring.
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Row I: Benny Castillo, Ronnie Fulton, Stanley Bachman, Sherman Hadaway, Jim Clapper, Loretta Barajas, Lois Boseneiler, Karen
loyce Billings. Row II: Bob Brotheridge, Freddy Beggerow, Sue Gray, Beverly Attebury, Pat Barlow, .lanice Boyungs, .loyce Lathrop,
Jeanne Dwyer. Row Ill: David Davidson, Billy Harter, Marvin Eikenberry, Donald Coursey, Donna Bennett, Joyce Handel, Pauline
Jacobs, Jane Harting, Charles Hoover. Row IV: Don Hauger, Larry Eilers, Larry Dairs, Jerry Herbon, Ronald Gerken, Joe
Row I: Ruth Kilgus, Yvonne Dietz, Janet Bertsch, Barbara Conchola, Johann Biller, Clifford Berge, David Banes, Larry Kent.
Row II: Sharon Cvarham, Sue Kannaka, Lois Hacker, Beverly Lamz, David Jamison, John Caudillo, Edward Allison, Don Larson.
Row III: Mary Jo Biekford, Lizanne Dillon, Lois Foss, Beverly Johnson, Carol Bellars, George Calloway, Dick Larson, Larry Foy.
Row IV: Judy Hoogeveen, Sandra Haberer, Edna Courtright, Joe Burkholder, Walter Carolus, Carl Huilman, Paul Hunter, Wen-
Row I: Barbara Bellows, Jean Elsesser, Anita Hess, Mary Lou Lenington, John Dewey, Elizabeth Evans, Janis Hunter, Jim Austin
Row II: Peggy Johnson, Caroline Brauer, Pat Hurless, Donna Johnson, Marilyn Blair, Elden Hawkins, Bob Billings. Row III
Nancy Hurd, Gerry Cutensohy, Jerrold Moore, Mary Drane, Gloria Harms, Leona Kurk, Shirley Lindsay. Row IV: Tom Bryant
Johnny Cehlsen, Jim Gebhardt, Jim Appenzeller, Bruce Kunde, Larry Blair, Lewis Battles.
Bow I: Bonnie- Pincda. lmonard Link, Roger Anderson. Nanvy Johnson. Carol Grams, Linda McCoy. Marilyn Kraft, Phyllis Bic-lema.
Row ll: Roger Rowland. Gt-no fllrlfalls. Ronniv Plunilvy. Caylf- Nlaclmnnan. Nlaxinv lllillvr. Nancy Dunbar. Rota Mvinors. Ann
Lundstrom. Row Ill: Keith Bos. Carol Nloorf-. Ann Bolling. Pe-tor Castillo. Evelyn Nloorrfhead. Sally Scott. Pat Rasmussen. Elda
Ohms. Row IY: Nlickfly NlQCuirr-. ,lov Luttrvll. Ronnif- fllitvhf-ll. je-rry Moore. Chuck Pvugh. Kay Melchi. Barbara Saunders. Mar-
Row I: ,lohn Rf-itxol. Neal Scott. Donald Ohda. David Robinson, Kay Bellows. Joan Eshleman. .ludith Allen. Pat Larkey. Row ll:
Eleanor Moreno, Mary Ruthtlarcia. Gladys Gors. Margio Ortiz, Sue Kilhefnor, Darlene Ke-llfir. Janet Moore. Row III: Ethel Russell,
Gordon Sampson. Rogt-r Polzin. Dick Dahlquist. .lim Nlarhavl. Donald Holbrook. Norma Peterson, Bow lV: Ralph Nlachall. Warren
Patten, Billy Poo. Tommy Patten. Aurora Pizarro, Judy Rudolph, Barbara Minogue. Bob Morden.
Row I: Phyllis Schmucker. Carol Michel, Shirley Skrogstad, Jane Thummel. Jeanette W'ilson. Stanley Stockton. George Tuft, John
Nlueller. Row ll: Earl Wolf. Lois Vlad, Carol Wilkinson. Dianna Roden. Janice l.t-nliart, Joyce Speer. Joanne Steltzer, Edward
l sehnann. Row ill: Nancy Stoudt. Georgia Wadsworth, Carole Wetzell, Joanne Walters, Edith Shank, Elizabeth Richter, Bob Vary,
Joanne Wagenknecht. Row IY: Sherral Nlusgrove. linda Wagner. Martha Sherman. Judy lie-ents. Ed Schwab. Ronald Stout.
Edward Williams, Leo Shauver.
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Row l: Kay Stanley. Velma Vyollley. Gloria Skaggs. Joanne Xvoodyatt. Shirley Wlialey, Joanne Zinanni. Patsy WL-eks. Vivian Shuman.
Row II: Larry Sterenberg, Don Seeley. Don Walker, Colin Stewart, Bob Yale. William J. Wade, Elsie Seidel, Carol Seidel. Shirley
Snow. Row III: Jim Zeigler. Engffm- Zinanni. Darwin Zimmer, Gene Tyon. Richard Linboom. Glen Wicks. Lowell Tillman. Jerry
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Seated: Billie Huenger, co-editorg Mr. Neahring, advisorg Mary Lou Oglevee. club editor, Standing: Lauren Frazier, co-editor:
Ramon Gonzalez, art editorg Al Dimond. sports editorg Pete Dillon. business manager.
Before you, you see the faces of those who made this annual possible, those who have planned, written, inter-
viewed, taken pictures and so laboriously compiled this book.
If you had passed by Mr. Branclauis room during the eighth or ninth periods of any day, you would have
heard music playing softly, along with the mumbles of those so ardently working out the most minute details of
the annual. The music was not all for pleasure, however, for it served as a sedative to soothe the frazzled nerves of
those working within. lt was while listening to the soft music that the inspiration for the theme of the annual
was derived. N
The work began in the fall by giving assignments to the staff reporters. After that initial step had been taken,
no one seemed to know where to start. Having no previous experience made the work difficult for the staff. For
this reason, the co-editors for the 554 annual were selected at the beginning of the second semester, and they
worked with the editors of this year's book so they might have some advanced information and experience.
At this time, the staff led by Billie Huenger, Lauren Frazier, Pete Dillon, Mary Lou Oglevee, and Ramon
Gonzalez would like to thank all those who have so conscientiously worked and given their time in order that this
annual might be published.
Row l: David Clark. Carol Murtenson. Barbara Bickford, Shirley Aldrich, Theresa Barajas. Row ll: Sylvia Bawden. Leone Wolher
Phyllis Mcl:alls, Jeannie Nlarshang. Ann Lahman. Leola Clark. Row Ill: Janice Scott, ,Iudy Maynard. Floy Allen. Ann Eshleman
Carol Benson. Row IV: Yaleria Johnson, jim Dezuha, John Dillon. Phil Beach, Delores Selden.
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Row I: Miss llayn. Judy Swain, Doris Woessner, Margie Meyer. Row II: Lester Weinstine, Nancy Forquer, Leone Wolber, Mary
Saunders, ,lean Blooniquist. Pete Dillon.
Many people enjoy the Script each month without
being aware of the time and effort which the stu-
dents put into it. Those people who led and directed
the publication were Judy Swain and Doris Woess-
ner. co-editors: Margie Meyer, news editorg Mary
Saunders and ,lean Bloomquist, feature editorsg
Leone Wolber. typing and make-up editorg Pete
Dillon. sports editor: Nancy Forquer, circulation
manager: and liester Weinstine, business manager.
These students. with the co-operation of the mem-
bers of the news. feature, and sports stalls, made
the success of the paper this year possible. Sonic
of the popular features were 'llop Tunes. C. A. A.
News, Flashing Fashions. and Madam lvanawful-
Row l: Kathy Evans, Charlice Buyers, Dana Johnson, Nancy Graham,
ll: Pat Bragg, Sylvia Bawden, Joanie Bowers, Barb Coe, Joyce Camero
, Donna Eshleman. Row
Janet Williams, Cynthia Grennan
n, Gale Dillon, Sally Kannaka. Row Ill: Pat Seloover, Ann
Farver, Phyllis McFalls, Valeria Johnson, Sandy Geiseman, Mimi Sheldon, Margo Dillon.
Row l: Judy Penley, Joanne Nicholson, Sharon Mangler, Billie Speer,
Laurel Larson, Shirley Aldrich, Margie Wessels, Jeannie Marshang, Sy
Georgia Wadsworth. Row Ill: Barbara Bichford, Ann Eshlernan, Trud
Rienstra. Row IV: Sherral Musgrave, Judy Hoogeveen, Barbara Sau
Gehlsen, Linda Wagner.
Martha Sherman, Jane Thummel, Lettie Harden, Row ll:
lvia Scham, Janice Scott, Leola Clark, Ann Burkholder,
y Worth, Nancy Apple, Floy Allcn, Delores Selden, Jane
nders, Carol Swartley, Pat Hudson, Nancy Hecht, Barbara
uill and Scroll
Row l: Billie Huenger, Doris Woessnvr. Row ll: Margie Meyer. Nliss llayn, Judy Swain.
One of the more exclusive organizations of the
school is the Quill and Scroll Club. It was started
at Sterling High School in 1951, and only students
who are on the Script staff are admitted. Members,
who are inducted at an annual candle lighting cere-
mony, must have the following qualifications: they
must be juniors or seniors, in the upper third of
their class in scholastic standing or creative abilityg
and they must be recommended by the advisor,
ational Honor ociet
liow l: Nlrs. Davis, Marilyn Matznick, Billie lluenger, Margaret Engelkens. Row ll: Ann Farxcr. Mary Lou Oglcvef Yaleria John
son, Doris Woessner. Judy Swain. Lauren Frazier. Row lll: Larry McCoy. Ramon Gonzalez. Roger Eshlc-man. K1 n Kraft Ray
ln 1921 the National Honor Society was started because high school principals
felt there was not enough recognition given to students who obtained high scholastic
records. The local chapter of the society was organized in l949.
There are four main qualities which a student must possess to be chosen for
membership by the faculty. They are scholarship, which is determined by grades for
the four yearsg leadership, which is the ability to actually lead others or to inspire
them towards good thinking and worthwhile actiong service, which is helpfulness and
willingness to serveg and character, or one's moral standards and ideals.
The new members, upon being received into the group in a very impressive utap-
ping" ceremony, recite the pledge of the Sterling chapter of the National Honor
Ml pledge myself to uphold the high purpose of the National Honor Society to
which l have been electedg l will be loyal at all times to my schoolg and will maintain
and encourage high standards of scholarship, leadership, character, and servicef,
There are scholarships open to one-fourth of the membership of a school7s society .
and four of our students competed for these awards in the latter part of March.
The officers this year were Ramon Gonzalez, presidentg Mary Lou Ogleyee. secre-
taryg and Ken Kraft. treasurerg with Mrs. llavis acting as club advisor.
Sterling High School is very proud of its monitors and
the part which they have played in our school government.
halls and in the commendations which they received from 'bac'
To be a monitor a student must be a senior in good stand- 09
ing and a responsible and co-operative person.
Each month Miss Mildred Krughoff met with the group
to discuss its problems and to point out where additional
The results of their work were evident in quieter and cleaner vo
help was needed.
Row I: Janet Hurley, Janet Walker, Joyce Scott, Carol Mortenson, Marilou Dummett, Betty Moorehead, Gail Flaningam, Mildred
Krughofl. Row ll: Tom Klein, Jean Hinrichs, Jeannie Marshang, Shirley Aldrich, Leola Clark, Barbara Gehlsen, Margaret Engel-
kens, Shirley Brown, Roy Fell. Row Ill: David Ahrens, Gene Ruth, Ronnie Carrick, Lowell Hnnsberver, l.arrv Meiners, Jon Minier,
Ken Kraft, Kent Robinson.
Row l: Betty Carey, Lettie Harden, Marilyn Huffman, Sylvia Bawtlen, Marilyn Matznick, Joyce Sulouff, Larry Deets, Al Hernandez
Row ll: Mary Lou Oglevee, June Bellars, Valeria Johnson. Marilyn Aper. Anne Buhrow. Yvonne May, Sandra Huber, Joyce Brill
Gene Courtright. Row Ill: John Fassler, Jim DeZuba, Don Puterbaug, Ray Gonzalez, Al Dimond, Albion Seavev, Alvin Dettman
This year's Student Council has been very busy. To build
up its treasury, members ran the student store, purchased a
pencil machine, sold pennants, and worked in the conces-
sion stand. They also decorated the big Christmas tree in
the main hall.
The officers were Pete Dillon, president, Al Hernandez,
secretary, and Trudy Worth, assistant secretary. Miss Mil-
dred Krughoff was the advisor for the group.
Row I: Pat Battles. Lorain Elmendorf, Judy Swain, Pete Dillon, Miss Krughofif, Al Hernandez, Carol Benson, Margie Meyer. Row
ll: Mary Saunders, Trudy Worth, Ray Cebhardt, Lowell Hunsberger, Terry Powell, Don Kilberg, Lyle Zimmerman, Margaret
Row l: Shirley Skrogstad, Janet Bertscli, Margie Nance, Georgia Whiteside, Peggy Johnson, Benny Castillo. Row ll: Rita Frye,
Danny Kindle, Ronnald Sonneman, Fred Sinroll, Tom Weidel, Neta Bowman, Reuben Chapman. Row III: Sandra Haberer, Barbara
Saunders, Jim Zeigler, Jim Appenzeller, Jim Eshleman, Phillip Mendez.
Row l: Reuben Chapman, John Benson, ,lim Steward. Row ll: Ann Farvcr, Joyce Cameron, Cynthia Crennan. Mr. Cloppcr.
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The problems of a world government faced the
high school debaters this year. Under the direction
of lVlr, Paul Clopper, the Sterling debate squad
studied the question and attended practice debates
at near-by schools. The affirmative and negative
teams worked interchangeably to achieve a greater
understanding of the question.
Row I: Bob D. Clark, Janet Hackbarth, Donna Smith, Ruth Hartman, Frances Rhode, Cynthia Grennan, Laurel Larson, Donna Whaley
Row II: Joyce Bethard, Lesta DeLancy, Judy Maynard, Jo Bellmar, Lois McNeil, Margaret Lair, Grace Marie Beale-r, Row Ill: Lois
Smith, Kay Elsesser, Sue Thome, Ann Lahman, Jane Rienstra, Joyce Kiser, Joann Dettman, Dona Jean Geiger.
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The thirty six student librarians elected as their
oflicers for the first semester Ann Lahman, head
librarian, Lois McNeil, desk managerg Jo Bellmar.
shelving managerg and Judy Maynard, head of the
magazine department. Miss Vela Fadden is the ad-
visor for the club.
At Christmas time the organization had a delight-
ful party around the fireplace in the library. ln the
spring they enjoyed their annual picnic and they
also entertained student librarians from near-by
schools for the purpose of considering forming za
Northern Illinois Student Librarian Club.
Junior Red Cross
The Junior Red Cross was a very active organization this year, and it consisted of a volunteer
council of 53 members. organized at the beginning of the year. A membership drive was held in the
fallg and nearly six hundred students participated. making the total contribution larger than those in
The group sponsored the Tenth National Childrens' Clothing Crusade. which was held in schools
all over the nation: and twenty-two bundles were filled by homerooms.
Billie Speer was president of the group, with Joanne Nicholson assisting her as vice-president,
Ann Burkholder as secretary, and Sue Kannaka as treasurer. Miss Mary B. Harris was the faculty
Row I: Billie Speer, Sue Kannaka, Joanne Nickolson, Ann Burkholder. Row ll: Phyllis Schmucker, Lois Vlad, llehecca Garcia, Lois
Hacker, Miss Harris, Joanne Whitaker, Cynthia Crennan, Betty Pitzer. Row lll: Joanne Steltzcr. Frances Boyer, Janice Lenhart.
Sue Thome, Bernadine Wolf, Nancy Stoudt. Sheila Musgrove. Row IV: Joanne Hagenkneclit, Barb Coe, Margaret Lair, Helen
Stern. Nancy Waters, Susan Snavely, ,lutly Maynard. Sandra Halmerer, .lane Rienstra, Betty Moorehead.
Row I: Carole Burger, Donna Smith, Jan Ohnen, Sharon Mangler, Shirlene Springman, Susie Dettman, Joyce Scott. Row ll: .loyce
Cameron, Mary Stefanich, Carollynn Sergeant, Nancy Apple, Dana Johnson, Nikki Flock, Eileene Wagner. Row Ill: Julia Findlay,
Deloris Mennenga, Reeda Bowers, Sandra Geiseman, Gale Dillon, Joanne Walters.
Row I: Lauren Frazier, Doris Woessner. Curt Branclau, Floy Allen, Peter Dillon Row ll John Dillen Tom Klm Owen Nlllls
Carlyle Cameron, Dick Johnson.
HSane Thinking Helps Safetyw was the slogan of the
newly organized Driving Club, and its main purpose was to
improve the general driving of the students. lt tried to
eliminate many problems such as those resulting from
illegal parking and not stopping at stop signs, and it also
tried to convince adults that all young people are not bad
drivers. Members of the club worked hard, and they accom-
plished much toward their goal.
Lauren Frazier was chairman, and Carlyle Cameron was
assistant chairman, with Doris Woessner and Floy Allen as
co-recording secretaries. Mr. Curtis Brandau was the ad-
visor of the group.
All juniors and seniors interested in continuing their education were invited to become mem-
bers of the Campus Club. The seniors leading this group were John Dillon. presidentg Carlyle Ca-
meron, vice-president: Valeria Johnson, secretary and treasurerg and Mary Lou Oglevee, program
chairman. Their advisor was Miss Mildred Krughoff.
Row I: Miss Mildred Krughoff, Mary Lou Oglevee, Carlyle Cameron. John Dillon. Valerie Johnson. Row II: Theresa Barajas.
Marilyn Love, Jackie Long. Judy Swain. Ann Lahman, Delores Selden. Gail Flaningam, Barbara Bickford. Margie Wessels. Bow III:
Margaret Lair, Jeannie Marshang, Doris Woessner, Wanda Walters, Shirley Brown. Sue Hey. Marge Meyer. Row IV: Billie Huenger.
Phyllis lVIcFalls, Ann Farver, Barbara Gehlsen, Shirley Hippen. Mary Saillard. Floy Allen. Al Hernandez. Row V: Dick Wilson.
Jon Minier, Walter Giffrow, Ray Ricklefs, Lauren Frazier.
Bow I: Janet Hurley. Letlie Harden, Marilyn Huffman, Betty Mooreheafl, Ann Eshleman. Boli Wadsworth. Charles Conchola, David
Clark. Row ll: Marilou Dummett, Mary Schultz, Joan Bellmar, Judy Maynard. Phil Beach, Nancy Forquer, Leola Clark, Carol
Benson. Row lll: David Siex, Kent Robison, Lyle Wolher, Ray Gonzalez. Lowell Hunsherger, Al Dimond, Pete Dillon, Terry
Powell. Row IV: Richard Drane, Roger Eshleman, John A. Marquis. Dave Reavley. Jim Smith. Kreider Woods. Elwood Herr,
Larry McCoy, Donald Puterbaugh, Kenneth Kraft.
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Row I: Joanne Nicholson. Donna Eshlvman. Naomi Book. Janet Williams. Sylvia Scham, Billie Speer. Verginia Allison. Row ll: Jani'
Rienstra. Margo Dillon. Shi-ila Mubgrovm-. Nlirni She-lclon. David Swehla. France-s Boyer. Losta DcLancc-y. Yorna ffollinson. Don
Small. Row III: Los Wt-instinv. Nlary Saunflors, Nancy Hecht. Pat llumlson. Lois Deler, Larry Larson. Jvanie Bloomquisi. Trucly
Worth, Barb Coe.
Row l: Kathy Evans. Nanry Graham. Joanif' Bowors. Nancy Ovorholser. Nancy Crofton. Charlicc Buyers, Rohort Nosluitl. Pat Bragg.
Row ll: Kay Elsesser, Mary Jo? Peugh. Pat Capp. Susan Snavc-ly. Lois O'Bryan. Joyce Kisor. Nancy Cross. Sur- Thome. Carol
Carter. Row III: Richard llf-lnis, Ronalrl Nr-well. Jerome Rothstein, Bill Cliths-ro. John DeWind. Ray Gehharcll. Ns-il Brown. John
Schwab. Tom We-idol.
Row l: Barbara Gehlson, Miss Ruth Straw. Row ll: Ann Lahman, Joanne Nicholson, Kreider Woods.
The French Club was very active considering that
it had membership of only four students. Early in
the year Miss Phillip gave an informal lecture and
showed pictures of her trip to France. The mem-
bers worked in the concession stand to earn money
for their trip to Chicago in the spring.
The officers for the year were Joanne Nicholson,
presidentg Barbara Gehlsen, vice-presidentg Ann
Lahman, secretaryg and Kreider Woods, treasurer.
Miss Ruth Straw was the advisor.
year. They presented their annual dance, and during the '50
Christmas holidays the members gave a party for the Span- 65
ish speaking children in the first, second, and third grades.
This very active club was under the direction of Miss Q 9
Ruth Straw. The officers were Margo Dillon, president,
Pete Andrews, vice-president: ,lim Eshleman, treasurer, and
The Spanish Club has accomplished many things this KQXX
Larry Meyers, secretary.
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Row I: Mary Espinoza, Carol Hanson, Pat Battles, ,lackie Long, Mary Card, Theresa Barajas. Row ll: Charles Conghola, Nancy
Crofton, Margo Dillon, Sue Thorne. Kay Elsesser, Rita Frye, Lorain Elmendorf. Row Ill: Lawrence Meyer. Donald llollaway, Bill
Woodyatt, Lino Carrillo.
Row I: Carmen Mendoza, Larry Linton, Rebecca Garcia, Mary Stefanich, Donna Smith, Delores Class. Eleanor Morcnto, Loretta
Barajas. Row ll: Jan Starks, Jo Cowl. Sandra Williamsen. Pete Andrews, Dave Swehla, Gail Buchanan. .lim Schueler. Dana John-
son, Ruth Pelton, Nikki Flock. Margretha Johnson.
Row l: John Mueller, Joyce Scott, Carollyn Sergeant, Ruth Williams, Janet Moore, Mr. Lee. Row ll: Ed Schwab, Bob Lund, Donna
Wheelock, Wayne Harrison. Joe Bonneville, Gerry Gutensohn, Gloria Harms, Donna Tc-ske. Row Ill: Don Hanger, Kendall Shuman,
Carol Swartley, Jim Baird, Richard Nice. Charles Mitchell, Herb Reed.
This year the Latin Club of Sterling High School was president of the Northern
Division Junior Classical Society. Gale Dillon represented the club as president at
the meeting held in Wenona, Illinois, on November l5.
On January 9, the members of the Latin Club sponsored an after-game dance in
the girls' gymnasium. The highlight ofthe year was the annual Roman Banquet held
in the school building on February 9.
The officers of the club were Herb Reed, president, Gale Dillon, vice-presidentg
Chuck Mitchell, secretaryg and Ann Burkholder, treasurer. Mr. R. J. Lee was the
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Row I: Judy Penly, Ruth Kilgus. Jane Thummel, Mary Jo Bickford, Carol Michel, Eileene Wagner. Cail Aper, Stanley Bachman.
Row ll: Alan Scham, Betty Nloorehead, Reuben Chapman, Judy Gartner, Linda Wagner. Sharon Mangler. Sally Kannaka. Barhara
Baer. Row Ill: Joyce Cameron, Joanne Walters, Retta Jean Wilson, Sally Scott, Joan Hicks, Cale Dillon, Ann Burkholder, Virginia
Allison, Nancy Apple, Julie Findlay.
Row l: Boh Clark, Barhara Bellows, Beverly Attebury, Pat Hurless, Cynthia Grennan, Margie Nance, Gladys Robison, Ruth Hart-
man. Row H: Nancy Hurd, Elizabeth Richter, Janet May, Sandra Habcrer, Phyllis Holloway, Georgia Wadsworth, Lois McNeil, Paul-
ine Woessner. Row III: Edith Shank, Judy Reents, Beverly Johnson, Kay Melchi, Bev Foss, Faye Tegeler.
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Row l: Loretta Barajas, Linda McCoy. Ruth Kilgus. Jane Thummel, Cynthia Grennan, Gail Aper, The-rm-sa Barajas, Miss Fauth. Row
ll: Caroline Brauer, Frances Boyer. Susan Snave-ly. Mary Schultz, Judy Maynard, Donna llale, Lois McNeil, Gladys Robison.
Miss Fauth and her group of Future Teachers
furthered their understanding of teaching and its
many problems hy attending the Whiteside County
Teachers lnstitute in the fall. Also, Miss Fauth con-
tinued throughout the year to give many talks and
reports on teaching, which will prove a great help to
the girls in their future years.
Ofhcers for the year were Theresa Barajas, presi-
dentg Judy Maynard, vice-presidentg Donna Hale,
secretary and treasurerg Gail Aper, reporterg and
Caroline Brower, historian.
Row l: Sylvia Scham. John Mueller. Fred Beggerow, Colin Stewart, David Clark, Lesta Delancey. Row ll: Mimi Sheldon Jim
Steward, Richard Drane, Lee Tyne. Joe Burkholfler, Judy Maynard. Row III: Tom King, David Ahre-ns.J0hn Schaefer Jerry Moore
The Science Club was a new organization this year, and membership was open
to those students who showed an interest in science and attended three meetings in
succession. Their aim was to promote interest in science and to increase their knowl-
edge in that field of study.
This proved to be a very active club, and the members joined the Junior Academy
of Sciences. .The group visited the Cylinder Cas Company and other industries in
Sterling, and a trip to the Museum of Science and lndustry in Chicago was one of
the big events of the year. Students gave demonstrations on the oscilloscope, atomic
energy, and the electron tube, and occasionally qualified speakers from various con-
cerns presented talks and programs. Also, part of the group attended the Science Fair
Dick Drane was president of the organization, and he was assisted by Lee Tyne,
vice-president, and Colin Stewart, secretary and treasurer. Mr. Chester Sherman, Miss
Jeanette Sasek, and Mr. Floyd Hunsberger were the advisors.
Row l Lauren Frazier Neal Schrader Alan Seham Billie Speer, Sheila Nlusgrove, Charlice Buyers, Mary Lou Oglevee, Floy
Allen Row II Barb Coe Lesta De Iancy Mimi Sheldon, Margo Dillon. Sylvia Scham, Donna Eshleman, ,lane Rienstra. Call
Flanlngam Kay Z1 ler Row III Donald Holbrook Don Small, Les We-instinc, Larry Larson. .lorry Moore, Joe Burkholder, Lee
Another of the new Clubs organized this year was the
Camera Club. Under the guidance of the sponsor, Mr. Sher-
man, the club had a very active first year. Its aim was to
teach about photography, and it had the use of a 4-X5 Busch
press camera with accessories as well as an enlarger and the
school's dark room. The members put this equipment to
good use by taking and developing pictures of sports events
and various school activities for the Script and Annual.
In the fall, Mr. Strenge gave several talks on cameras.
film, and related subjectsg and he was available at any time
to help with problems. During the year several contests were
held, with prizes given for the best entries. Also. a few of
the group constructed a speed-light for the use of the club.
The Camera Club hopes that in a few years it will have
advanced so that it will be able to do most of the photog-
raphy for the school publications.
The Dramatic Club was under the supervision of a new
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af' 'V increased'the number of activities open to members.
The officers were Sylvia Bawden, president, David Ahrens,
vice-president, Eileen Eberhardt, secretaryg and Gale Dillon,
advisor this year, Mr. Paul Clopper. Membership in the 'Gia
Row I: David Clark, Alan Scham, Reuben Chapman, Sheila Musgrove, Nancy Graham, .ape-r, Mary Espinoza, Mr. Clopper
Row II: Barb Coe, Janice Scott, Nancy Forquer, Delores Selden. Hetta Jean Wilson, Margaret Lair, Eileen Eherhardt. Row Ill:
Ann Farver, Phyllis McFalls, Sylvia Bawden, Gail Buchanan, Donna Wheelock. Jeanie Bloomquist, Nancy Apple, Ann Burkholder,
Sylvia Scham. Row IV: David Swehla, Richard Drane, David Ahrens, Jeromf R th t ' . B B- N ' ' ' ' .
Q o sein, en Qnson, ancy Hecht, Shirley Cillispie
Row I: Judy Penley, Mary Stefanich, Janet Williams, Dona Jean Geiger, Dana Johnson, Cynthia Crenna. Janet Hackharth. Row ll:
Joyce Cameron, Barbara Bickford, Margie Wessels, Ruth Williams, Jo Bellmar, ,loanie Bowers, Gail Flaningam, Marlene Knowles.
Row III: Katherine Lambert, Julie Findlay, Pat Capp, Carol Swartley, Sandy Geiseman, Gale Dillon, Bev Foss, Joanne Whitaker.
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Row l: Betty Carey, Marilou Dummett. Margie Meyer. Jutly Swain. Miss Heath. Naney Kosier, Sue Howe. Pat Bragg. Row II: Ann
Buhrow, Lois Erieksen. Marilyn Apr-r. Nancy Waters, Doris Woessner, Marilyn llook. Carol Benson. Row lll: Bc-tty Sulouff. .leanin-
Dirks, Shirley Hippen, Ann Eshleman, BQ-ruatline Wolf, Mimi Sheldon.
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' ica this year were Neta Bowman, president, Gail
'4 " 3 Buchanan, vice-president, Linda McCoy, secretary,
Jean Birks, treasurer, and Barbara Saunders, pro-
I I A A gram chairman, and they worked in close agree-
ment with lVliss Ann Heath, club aflvisor, to make
., O Q--"' this a very successful year. Each month an evening
meeting was held, and varied and interesting pro-
O grams were given for the members. lVliss Heath was
especially helpful to the group with her talks on
X career guidance.
ln January the Future Homemakers and the
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Row li Pat Barlow, Barbara Conchola. Shirlvy Whalvy, Lois llacker, Maxine Miller, Janf-t Bertsch, Shirley Skrogstarl, Marilyn Kraft.
Row ll: Linfla McCoy, Joycf- Yeagvr, Shirlvy Linmlsay. Janicrr LPIll12iI't,fl0IlIlil' Halo, Caroline Brauvr, Donna Johnson, Patsy Weeks.
Row JH: Joycc Lathrop, Gaylv MacLe-nnan, Ann Bolling. Evf-lyn Moorchc-ad, Paulina Jacobs. Carol Wilclinson, Joanne- Wagenknecht.
Row IV: Sue Kannaka, Nc-ta Bownan. Mary Bauman, Gail Buchanan, Pe-ggy Johnson. Shirley Snow, Marilyn Blair.
Row l: Jucly Allen, Carole Howarcl, Carole Burger, Dianna Rmlvn, Elizabeth Evans, Janet Hackbarth, Ye-ra ii3Tllf'lI. How ll: Marlf-ne'
Knowles, Rota Meiners, Joyce Speer, Margrf-tha Johnson, Norma Hubbart, Mary Flowers, Margie- Ortiz. Row Ill: Ehla Ohms, Edna
Courlright, Barbara Saumlr-rs. Carrie Doty. Margarvl Samlvrs, Carol Seiflvl. Joan Elsosscr.
Mr Schick the advisor of the club, aided the members,
headed by Ray Rlcklefs presldentg Larry Deets, vice-presi-
dent Cliff Dettman secretary and Don Holloway, treasurer
in completing a most successful year.
Besides individual projects and teamwork in judging, the
members contributed their time to raising funds for the
club by selling subscriptions to Farm journal magazine,
basketball schedule pencils greeting cards, and jello.
ln addition to individual activities the club was quite
active as a group. After the fall initiation, three judging
teams were sent to the state contest, where the poultry team
received a first place rating, and Ray Ricklefs received a
second place in individual lamb judging. The annual Parent-
Son Banquet was held during the spring in addition to the
Foundation awards for individual projects were given in
April, followed by Practice Judging Field Day and the State
Judging Contest in late spring.
The F.F.A. was very proud of its championship poultry
Ray Ricklefs, Virgil Tpgeler, Don Holloway, and Mr. Schick.
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Donald Holloway, and alternate Larry Deets. After winning
first place in the state contest the team went on to the na-
tional contest where it was among the first five in rank.
Row I: Donald Hollaway, Ray Kunde, Merle Orlowski, Larry Deets, Cliff Dettman, Frank Freas. Row ll: Larry Meiners, Ray Rick-
lefs, Virgil Tegeler, Neil Brown, Alfred Schwitters. Alvin Dettman. Row lll: Don MacLennan, Bob Cordes, Albion Seavey, Richard
Schmitt, Rikus Luehhers, Art Schick.
Row I: Keith Freas, ,lohann Biller, Lonald Brill, Leonard Link, Dean Long, Robert Buhrow, Leonard Long, Bob Doets. William
Wade. Row ll: Gene McFalls, Arlyn Thomson, Harry Seavey, David Davidson, Bob Vary, James Maxey, David Jamison, Howard
Janssen. Row Ill: Ronald Cerken, Gene VanKampen, Gary Crossland, Ellis Scavey, Charles Ilollaway, Gail Deets. Dean Peterson.
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Row l: Nancy Kosier, Donna Eshlernan, Judy Swain, Sylvia Scham, Nancy Graham, Kathryn Evans, Marilyn Huffman, Lettie
Harden. Row ll: Carol Benson, Ann Eshleman, Margie Meyer, Barbara Bickford, Jane Rienstra, Margo Dillon, Mimi Sheldon
'Vlargie Wessels, Carol Carter. Row Ill: Billie Huenger, Leone Wolber, Leola Clark, Sylvia Bawden, Jeannie Marshang, Jeanie
Bloomquist, Sheila Musgrove, Sue Thome, Kay Thome, Kay Elesesser. Row IV: Nancy Forquer. Phyllis McFalls, Ann Farver, Helen
Stern, Mary Saillard, Pat Hudson, Nancy Hecht, Mary Saunders, Helen Saillard.
As a part of the Y. W. C. A., the Hi-Tri held their
meetings which included Hpotlucki' suppers, busi-
ness, devotional programs, and recreation. The
group also sponsored activities to raise funds for
The officers of the organization were Leola Clark,
president, Nancy Kosier, vice-presidentg Mary
Saunders, secretary, and Billie Huenger, treasurer.
Mrs. Varner, Miss Ann Heath, Miss Faye Phillip
were the advisors.
All freshmen and sophomore girls who were
members of the Y. W. C. A. were invited to join
the So-Hi Club. During the year the members helped
with several charitable projects, and they also
worked hard to raise funds for carrying on their
activities. They held semi-monthly meetings, which
consisted of business and social times.
The officers were Donna Wheelock, presidentg Sue
Kannaka, vice-presidentg Sally Kannaka, secretaryg
and Barbara Saunders, treasurer. Mrs. Mary Varner
and Miss Minnie Neal were the advisors of this
Row I: Lois Vlad, Jeanette Wilson, Shirley Skrogstad, Sharon Graham, Elizabeth Evans, Barbara Bellows, Joyce Cameron. Row Il:
Lois Foss, Linda Wagner, Lois Hacker, Sue Kannaka, Sally Scott, Janet Bertsch, .lan Ohnen. Row Ill: Carol Michel, Deanna Rod:-n,
Pat Rasmussen, Leona Kurk, Carol Bellars, Sally Kannaka. Row IV: Martha Sherman, Mary Jo Bickford, Carol Wilkinson, Lizanne
Dillon, Sherral Musgrove, Carol Wetzell, Judy Hoogeveen.
Row l: Mary Stefanich, Donna Smith. Sharon Mangler, Joanne Whitaker, Cynthia Crt-nnan. Pat Barlow. Linila McCoy. Row ll:
Nancy Balster. Rita Frye, Dana Johnson, Nikki Flock, Joanne Walters, Ann Lunclstrom. Bow lll: Janice Boyungs, Elizalrr-tll liiclitvr.
Ni-ta Bowman. Ruth Williams, Donna Bennett, Ann Burkholder, Cale Dillon. Row IY: Barbara Saunders. Judy Rm-1-nts. Gail
Buchanan, Carol Swartley. Kay Melchi, Mary Bauman, Bev Foss. Donna Wheelock.
First row: Larry Sterenlmerg, Bill Harder, Keith Bos, John Dewey, Bob Vary. Second row: ,lim Austin, Jim Eshleman, Harold
Hussong, Jim Appenzellar. Jim Cehhardt.
ALTO create, maintain, and extend throughout the school and community high
standards of Christian characterfl
That is the purpose of the Hi-Y group, and its slogan is just as fine. lt is: Clean
speech, clean sports, clean scholarship, and clean living.
The club, which is opened to freshman and sophomore members of the Y. lVl. C. A.,
was small this year and slow in startingg but with such high ideals and standards, it
will surely grow and become an important organization in years to come.
YM - YW Co-Ed Council
Row l: Shirley Skrogstacl. Joanne Whitaker. Les Wcinstine. l'1-te Dillon. Bill Fishor. Leola Clark. Row ll: Donna Wheelock, Nancy
Forquer, Pat Hudson, Mary Saunders. Ann Farvcr, Phyllis NlcFalls. Row Ill: Lowell llunshcrger, Ray Gonzalez, Walt Citfrow.
Carl Huffman, Paul Hunter.
The Co-Ed Council consisted of representatives from all the various Y.W.C.A.
and Y.lVl.C.A. groups. The ofhcers were Lowell Hunsberger, president, Carl Huffman,
vice-presidentg Ann Farver, secretary and treasurer. The advisors of the council were
Mrs. Mary Varner and Mr. Lenard Zigler.
The group sponsored four major school activities during the year, and all of
these were very well attended and thoroughly enjoyed. The first one was the back-to-
school dance, "Dance of the Doomedf' Then at Christmas time the L'Sno-Balln formal
dance was given, and on Easter morning the annual sunrise service and breakfast
were presented. Much time was also spent in trying to reestablish the popular weekly
radio program, "Teen Talk."
The Robed Choir, under the direction of Mr. William Tonkin,
is one of the most popular high school organizations. lt was com-
posed this year of 71 juniors and seniors, selected for membership
The annual Christmas concert, which is rapidly becoming a
tradition in our community, was presented for the public on Decem-
ber 16, in the Sterling Coliseum, and December 19, for the student
body in the field house. Both secular and religious numbers were
sung, among which were "The Advent Motetf' "All Glory, Laud,
and Honor" by Bach, and " 7Twas the Night Before Christmas."
Row l: Marilyn Sampson, Charlice Buyers, Donna Eshleman, June Kirby Nancy
Crofton, Carol Carter, Shirley McBride, Sheila Musgrove, Sylvia Bawden Joan
Bowers, Jo Bellmar, Judy Maynard, Margaret Lair, Sandra Smith Margie
Meyer, Marilou Dummett, Janet Williams, Nancy Kosier, Mary Espinoza
Joanne Nicholson. Row ll: Judy Swain, Carol Benson, Leone Wolbcr Janice
Scott, Ann Eshleman, Susan Snavely, Helen Saillard, Mary Saunders Valerla
Johnson, Pat Hudson, Lois Detcr, Lois 0'Bryan, Nancy Hecht, Phyllis McFalls
Jean Bloomquist, Ann Farver, Doris Woessner, Sue Hey, Donna Hale Virginia
The first festival type of program offered by the Sterling High
School music department was held on February I7, in the Coliseum,
and the Robed Choir played an important part in this. Other pro-
grams presented during the year were a lenten concert on Palm
Sunday in which the choir sang i'0livet to Calvary" by Maunder,
and the usual "pop', concert in the spring.
Row III. Lino Carrillo, Donald Hollaway, Larry Larson, Don Puterbaugli,
Gene Ruth, Kent Robison, David Ahrens, Elvin Blosser, David Siex, Phil
Beach, Don Small, Dick Johnson, Lester Weinstino. Row IV: Neil Brown, john
DeWind, Elwood Herr, Roger Eshleman, David Reavley, Walter Giffrow, Jim
Smith. Jerry Rothstein. Ron News-ll. John Marquis, Dick Ohnen, Al Hall. Larry
McCoy, Dick Drane.
First row: Barbara Baer, Joyce Scott. Joyce Cameron. Janice Varner, Fileene Wagner, Donna Smith, Mary Stefanich, Ruth Lo-
baugh, Janice Ohnen, Pauline Woessner, Carollynn Sergeant. Sally Kannaka. Kathryn Lambert, Cayla McCombs, Gladys Robison,
Sharon Mangler, Joyce Yeager, Judy Penley. Second row: Key Zigler, Loy Smith, Phyllis Holloway, Dana Johnson, Connie Hale,
Gale Dillon, Retta Jean Wilson, Ann liurkholder, Nikki Flock, Shirley Cillispie, Deloris Nlennenga, Beverly Foss, Neta Bowman,
Judy Gartner, Julie Findlay, Nancy Apple, Nancy llalster. Janet Thurm. Third row: Sandra Ceiseman, Gail Bt chanan, Ronnie
Bignal, Charles Cox, Lee Wallis, Kendall Shuman, Gene Brandt. Rog Seidel, Ronnie Mintun, Pete Andrews, Kenny Kosier, Fred
Sinroll, Dean Peterson. Carol Swartley, Mary Lou Bauman. Fourth row: Alan Scham, Charles Hollaway, Tom King, Richard
Nice, Jim Eshleman, Jim Baird, Larry Ciehart, Harry Brown, John Schaefer, Bruce Benson, John Marshall, John Benson, Rudy
The Sophomore Chorus is a mixed choral group composed of 70 members.
These students are the future members of the Robed Choir, and they are trained to
carry out its excellent work.
This year, along with the freshman choruses and the Robed Choir, they took part
in the festival presented in February by the music department. They also gave a spring
concert and a program for the junior high school.
The chorus is under the direction of lVlr. William Tonkin.
The Girlsl Chorus and the Boys? Chorus, under the direction of Mr. William
Tonkin, are open to all freshman students.
One of the highlights of the year was their participation in the festival presentcd
by the high school music department on February l7, ln the spring they gave a con-
cert with the Sophomore Chorus, and also presented the same program before the
student body of the junior high school.
Row I: Lois Vlad, Yelma WolHey, Linda McCoy, Phyllis Bielema, Ruth Kilgrus, Jeanette Wilson, Kay Bellows, Mary Ruth Garcia.
Shirley Skrogstad, Joan Eshleman, Sue Kannaka, Carol Michel, Janet Bertsch, Joanne Woodyatt, Judith Allen, Loretta Barajas,
Nancy Johnson, Eleanor Moreno. Row ll: Cloria Skaggs, Shirley Whaley, Maxine Miller, Jane Thummerl, Sharon Graham, Lois
Foss, Beverly Attebury. Mary Jo Bickford, Ann Lundstrom, Linda Wagner, Barbara Conchola, Carol Wetzell, Lizanne Dillon,
Martha Sherman, Elizabeth Evans, Barbara Bellows, Janet Moore, Yvonne Dietz, Margie Ortiz. Row lll: Joanne Zinanni, Marilyn
Blair. Dianna Roden, Pat llurless. Nancy Dunbar. Elda Uhms, Elizabeth Richter. Caroline Brauer, Carol Wilkenson, Janice Lenhart,
Joyce Speer, Edna Courtright. Yivian Shuman, Joyce Handel, Beverly Larnz, Janis llunter, Shirley Lindsay, Janice Boyungs.
Row IY: Evelyn Moorehead. Pat Rasmussen, Reta Meiners, Donna Johnson, Elsie Seidel, Bexerly Johnson, Pauline Jacobs, Mar-
garet Sanders, Barb Saunders, Kay Melchi. Carol Bellars, Judy Rudolph, Edith Shank, Judy Reents. Judy Hoogevccn, Sherral
Musgrove. Donna Bennett, Ann Bolling, Carol Moore, Sandra llaberer.
Row I: Earl Wolf, Ronnie Pineda. Stanley Stockton, Cordon Sampson, Bob Billings, Richard Linboom, Dick Dahlquist, Eugene
Zinanni, Darwin Zimmer. Don Seeley. Don Seeley, Don Holbrook, Dan Kindle, Don Larson, John Caudillo. Bow ll: Larry Steren-
berg, Carl llullman, Joe Burkholder, Walter Carolus. Gerry Cutensohn, Glen Wicks, Jerry Moore. Jim Appenzeller, Lee Tyne, Don
llauger, Ralph Machael. Jim Zeigler, Dick Larson, Tom Bryant, Mickey McGuire.
Row I: Margaret Lair, Sue Hey, Marilou Dummctt. Row II: Nancy Crofton, Joan Bellmar, Nancy
Hecht, Valeria Johnson, Ann Farver, Phyllis Mclfalls, ,lanct Williams.
This popular group has been in demand for many civic programs in addition to
presenting selections with the choir. ln March they took part in a recital held in the
school library. These nine girls and their accompanist are chosen by audition from
the Robed Choir.
The Boys' Ensemble is a new feature introduced this year. The group has made
many successful appearances on various civic programs and also took part in a
recital held in the library in March. Members were chosen by audition from the
Row l: David Rc-avvly. Roger Eslile-man. Dick Ohnen, Phil Beach, Elvin Blosser, Walt Giffrow, ,Iohn
DeWind, John Marquis.
Above: Sylvia Scham, Nancy Graham, Marge Wes-
Seis, Barb Bickfoid.
At right: Phyllis Holloway, Sue Kannaka, Shirley
Skrogstad, Sally Kannaka.
More familiar to students and townspeo-
ple than perhaps any other group at school
are the cheerleaders. Under the direction
of Miss Wilma Moore, they have seen to it
that there was plenty of pep and spirit at
all our sports functionsg and a lot of the
credit for the exciting times we have had
at games and other events goes to these
The twirlers this year were Joyce Cameron and Lois McNeil,
and Sheila Musgrove was the drum majorette. They were often seen
presenting performances with the band during halftime at the home
football games, and they also led the band in several downtown
Joyce Cameron. Sheila Musgrove, Lois McNeil
The band had another successful year in l953 under the able
direction of the new bandmaster, lllr. Wlolfgang Ed:-linann. It
marched at five of the home football games. thus proving its versatile
ability to execute interesting formations as well as to present enjoy-
able concerts of high musical value. The annual winter concert on
February l7. was a combination of band and choruses. with the
band playing mostly lighter music. Some of the selections were "A
Night on Bald Mountainii by Moussorgsky, "The Yanished Army"
by Kenneth J. Alford, and the "Petite Suitei' from opus Q39 by Peter
Row l: Judy Rcents, Sylvia Scham. Carrie Doty. Row ll: Phyllis lNIel"alls. John
Benson, Jane liienstra. Pat Battles, Roger Polzin. jim Steward. Sally Scott.
Row lll: Verna llollinson, Carol Burger. Joyce Cameron. llow IY: Carole-
Hurgcr. Leona Kurk, George Tuft. jim Smith. Betty Nloorf-lu'atl. l'ut liurlow.
David Swchla. liichard Drane.
The spring concert, given by the band alone, consisted of music
of a more heavy nature. A number of minor concerts and the com-
mencement program rounded out the bandis list of activities.
The olhcers for the year were Jim Smith, president, Mary Lou
Oglevee, vice-president, Trudy Worth, secretaryg and Les Weinstine,
Row I: Naomi Book, Jane Thummel, Barbara Saunders, Nancy Forquer. Bow II:
Lois McNeil, Lorain Elmendorf, Mary Lou Oglevee, Billie Speer, Shirley Hack-
bartb, Robert Wadsworth, Cary Crossland, Mary Saunders. Row III: John
Robbins, Benny Castillo, Robert Nesbitt, Richard Helms, Sally Kannaka. Lester
Weinstine, Sheila Musgrove, Nancy Overholser, Donald Haugcer, Trudy Worth.
Bow IV: Robert Lund, Dan Dummett, William Clithero, David Clark, Margaret
Lair, Neal Schrader. Robert Brotlieridge, Joseph Bonneville. Mr. Edelmann.
Rowl Judy Penley, Pat Bragg, Kathy Evans, Sharon Mangler, Mary Stefanich. Pat Battles, Carole Howard, Betty Pitzer Row II
Shirley McBride, Doris Doty, Sheila Musgrove, Margo Dillon, Mimi Sheldon. Sally Kannaka, Janet Williams, Joyce Scott Row Ill
Carol Carter Grace Marie Bealer, Jeanie Bloomquist, Gale Dillon. Joyce Kiser, Trudy Worth, Margie Meyer, Lorain Elmendorf
Row IV Miss Neal, Mary Saunders. Mary Saillard, Kay Stwart, llelen Stern, Carrie Doty. Ann Eshleman, Judy Gartner
This year the Girls, Athletic Association started out in the usual fashion with
a big and little sister picnic. ln November they had a play-night and invited the
alumni, and in December they held an informal initiation and a chili supper, In the
fall ten members went to a play-day in Mendota, and in the spring they held a play-
day in Sterling. Also, in the spring there was the annual G.A.A. banquet. The biggest
feature of the year was the over-night hike for all members eligible for their awards.
To get funds for their activities, the G.A.A. took charge of the coat stands at the
fieldhouse during basketball games.
This yearis officers were Ann Eshelman, president, Sue Hey, vice-presidentg Gale
Dillon, secretary and Mimi Sheldon. treasurer. Miss Moore, Miss Phillip, and Miss
Neal were the advisors.
Row I: Lettie Harden, Judy Swain, Cliarlotto Nic-inors, Shirlvy Alrlrich, Sana Johnson, Julia Fimllay, Joannu Whitaker, Sue I'IPy.
How II: Gail Flaningam. Jvannic Niarsliang. Nikki Flock, Sancly G1-isvnian, IA-ola Clark. Carol Benson, Ann Lahman, Jeanie
Dirks. Row III: Sylvia Bawslen, Nancy Forquf-r, Phyllis fXIcFalls. Ann Farver, Donna Wlieolock. Carol Swarlley, Barbara Gehlsen,
Shirley Gillispie, Nela Bowman.
Row I: Miss Moore, Judy Hoogeveen, Carol Bellars, Joanne Zinanni, Shirley Lindsay, Lizanne Dillon, Peggy Johnson. Row II:
Sherral Musgrove, Judy Rudolph. Barbara Saunders, Judy Reents, Leona Kurk. Barbara Minogue, Mary Drano.
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Row l: Phyllis Schumakcr. Shirley Skrogstazl, Joanne SlF'llZf'l'. lilizalwlli Evans. Kay Bellows, Lois Ylatl, Yvonne Dietz, Nancy
Johnson, Lore-tta Barajas. Row ll: Nlary l.ou lm-nington, Joanne Wagrmrkiin-m-lit. Sum- Kilhvfner, Evelyn Moon-heaml, Janet Bertsch,
' ' ' 'f ' ' ' ' C' 'l Wrtxf-ll. Vat llurless, 'Joanne Walt'-rs, Sally Scott,
Nancy Stoutlt, Sue Kannaka. Janie lluntcr. Row lll. Sharon Graham. ,aio t 1
Barbara Bellows, Carol Michel.
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Knowles, Mary Jo Bickfortl, Dianna Roth-n, Nancy llurcl, Donna Bennett, Carol Wilkinson. How Ill: Martha Sherman, Linda
Wagner, Lois Foss, Elizabeth Richter, Ann Bolling. Gayle Maclaennan.
One of our most active clubs organized this past year was the
Pep Club, under the guidance of Miss Faye Phillip. It was organized
for the purpose of helping to rouse more school spirit from the
students at our competitive functions, and the first step was to elect
a committee to direct activities. Members were Donna Eshleman,
Barbara Gehlsen, Billie Speer, Marilyn Matznick, and Dana Johnson.
One of the big projects of the club was raising funds to buy new
uniforms for the cheerleaders, and the members introduced new
cheers and pep songs to the student body. The response to their work
was really line, and we had plenty of enthusiasm at all our sports
Row I: Kathryn Evans, Jane Rienstra. Mimi Sheldon, Margo Dillon, Sylvia Scham. Nancy Graham, Donna Eshleman, Nancy
Kosier, Mary Stefanich. Dana Johnson. Sharon Mangler. Donna Smith, Sue Michel, Rita Frye. Barbara Bickford. Row H:
Joanne Nicholson, Barb Bellows, Pat Barlow. Margie Wessels. Joyce Cameron. Sally Kannaka. Jan Ohnen. Ann Burkholcler, Nikki
Flock, Marcia Cehlsen. Judy Reents, Elizabeth Richter, Joanne Walters, Sandra Haberer, Pat Bragg, Charlice Buyers. Row Ill:
Jean Bloomquist, Mary Saunders. Mary Jane Bruns, Marilyn Matzniek, Mary Saillard, Gale Dillon, Nancy Apple, Julie Findlay,
Pat Hudson, Gail Buchanan. Carol Swartley. Pauline Woessner, Joyce Lathrop, Lois Foss. Mary Jo Bickford, Billie Speer.
Row I: Lois Hacker. Kay Elsesser, Sue Thome, Joann Dettman, Shirley Skrogstad, Susie Dettman, Shirlene Springman, Carole
Burger, Cynthia Crennan, Ann Eshlernan, Margie Meyer, Judy Swain, Linda Wagner, Sue Kannaka, Sally Scott. Row Il: Eliza-
beth Evans, Helen Stern. Jeanie Dirks, Janet Bertsch, Barb Saunders, Dianna Roden, Nancy Forquer. Joyce Scott, Sharon Graham,
Martha Sherman, Carol Miehel, Joyce Speer, Janice Lenhart, Reeda Bowers. Row III: Carol Carter, Robert Nesbitt, Bob Halde-
man, Bob Lund, Shirley Aldrich, Lettie Harden, Jeannie Marshang, Leola Clark, Barbara Cehlsen, Sherral Musgrove, Judy Hooge-
veen, Judy Rudolph, Carol Wetzell. Lizanne Dillon.
The new HS" Club had a very active year following the revisal of its rules. Under the new rules
only HlVIajor" letter winners will be admitted to the club and only one letter will be awarded. For
the second letter won a pin will be awarded to go on the letter and each additional award will consist
of a small bar to be hung on the pin.
One of the major projects of the club was to join thc old "Sn Club Ialumnil in installing
plumbing and showers in the team shower room.
Another of the larger projects was the buying of a motion picture camera and the film for the
filming of all the football games.
Row l: Ilob Hartshorn. Jim fidams, Bill Woodyatt. He-rb Reed. Sam Nlylin, Le-on Neese. Walt Garriott, Kermit Reins. Row II:
Johnny Carrillo. John Wolf. John Dr-Wind, Larry Nleinr-rs. John Loos. Ronald Wolbr-r, Dick Kohl. Row III: John Henson,
Charles Mitchell. John Marquis, Dick Cebhardt, Ron Newell, Jerry Rothstein, Dean Pitts, Dick Shuman.
Row I: Randall Smith. Lino Carrillo, Glenn Alderfer, Carlyle Cameron, Tom Weidel, Arthur Scott, Dick Kohl. Row II: Wally
Stevens. Pete Dillon, Jim DeZuba, Earl Beck, Les Weinstine, Larry Larson, Jack Kosier. Row III: A1 Dimond, Phil Beach, Dick
Johnson, Don Kilbr-rg, Cliff Dettman, Dick Cox, Danny Dir. Row IV: Alan Hall, Richard Helms, Larry Letcher, John Dillon,
Ken Kraft, John Fassler, Lyle Zimmerman, Bill Maxwell.
During the football and basketball games the club rented backrests and furnished ushers. They
also sold advertising and arranged for the publishing of football programs.
The "Sw Club joined the C.A.A. in sponsoring the annual Homecoming Dance and festivities
which was one of the finest in past years.
During the winter months the MSN Club brought a famous girls' basketball team to play in the
Fieldhouse. They also sent Christmas baskets to needy families before the holidays. Another of their
projects was the buying of material for and the building of a bulletin board for the Fieldhouse lobby.
The annual initiation was held during the spring in addition to the All Sports Banquet.
The officers were: Pete Dillon, presidentg Ken Kraft, vice-presidentg John Dillon, secretaryg and
Lowell Hunsberger, treasurer.
Row l: David Siex. Terry Powell, Ronnie Miehel, Don Small, Bob Wadsworth, Neal Schrader.-Row ll: Don Rhoades. Lowell
Hunsburger, Dave Swehla. Owen Mills, Merle Johnson. James Drury, Eugene Robbins. Row Ill: Lyle Wolber, Ray Gebhardt.
Larry McCoy, Ramon Gonzalez, Neil Brown, Dick Wilson, Don Puterbaugh. Row IV: David Ahrens, ,lim Smith, David Reavley,
Kreider Woods. Elwood Herr, Jon Minier, Walt Ciffrow, Dick Ohnen.
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Row ll: Manuel Ramirez, john Benson. jim Johnson, Ronald Sonneman, Pete Andrews, Fred Sinroll, Clark Calloway, Bill Kemp-
ster. Row Ill: Ken Kosier, Fred Parker. Phillip Mendez, Dean Peterson, Bob Dir, ,lim Schueler, Gerald Braun, Bob Wittenauer
,lohn Marshall. Row lV: Bob Class, Kenneth Handel, ,lim llaird, Ish Celeslino. ,lim Hussung, Richard Nice, Harry Brown:
,lim Esbleman, Lyle Nailor, Alva Wise.
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Sterling 21 Newman 7
Sterling 20 Rock Falls 21
Sterling 13 Dixon 13
Sterling 18 DeKalb 13
Sterling 7 Belvidere 12
Sterling 0 Ottawa 13
Sterling 28 Hall Township 13
Sterling 54 Reavis tOak Lawnl 6
Sterling 12 Wells 0
Despite a jinx of injuries to key players, the
Sterling football team finished the season with a
fine record of 5 wins, 3 losses and one tie. High-
lights of the year were the second place finish in
the conference and ending DeKalhls 18 game win-
ning streak by defeating them 18-13. One of the
highest compliments that can he paid to the team
came from Coach Bernie Mitchell. Ml wish we had
more games to play because we were still improving
when the season ended."
Row 1: Dick Kohl. Don Kilberg, Cliff D1-ttman, Dick Johnson, Phil lieach. Dick Cox, Terry Powell, Al Hernandez, Lowell Huns-
berger. Row ll: Fred Sinroll, manager, Dan Dir, Manuel Ramirez. Larry Nleiners, Pe-Ie Dillon, Al Dimond, Glen Alderfer, Carlyle
Cameron, John Fassler, Don Puterbaugh, Larry McCoy, Lyle Zimmerman, manager. How Ill: Mr. Mitchell, coach, Phil Mendez,
John Dillon, Chuck Mitchell, John Dc-Wind, Harold Hussong, Larry 1,1-telic-r, Kreirler Woods, John Marquis, Ramon Gonzalez,
Ken Kraft, Mr. Sherman, coach. Row lV: John Carrillo. Dill Maxwell, Elwood Herr, Don McLennan, Bill Clithero, David Reavley,
Gary Crossland, John Wolf, Neil Brown, Owen Mills. Holi Harlshorn.
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Row I: Bob Whittenaur, Alva Wise, Charles Cox, Bob Cox, Nick Norcia, John Marshall, Larry Sterenburg, Jim Walker. Row II:
,lim Johnson, Bill Surratt, Clark Galloway, Kenneth Handel, Pete Andrews, John Gehlsen, Bob Moorehead, Ricky Allen. Row III:
Dick Eatinger, manager, Ken Kosier, Dick Nice, ,lim Cebhardt, ,lim Eshleman, Kindle Shuman, ,lim Austin, John Caudillo, man-
ager, Mr. McMurry, coach. Row IV: Fred Parkder, Bob Dir, Chuck Peugh, Harry Brown, ,lim Appenzellar, Warren Patton,
Jerry Herbon, Bob Vary. Row V: Jerry Braun, Tom Patton, Bob Carbaugh, Glenn Wicks, Roger Seidel, Bruce Kunde.
The Frosh-Soph team was composed of a large
number of freshmen, and one of the major problems
was inexperience. Many of their losses were due to 'Y
mistakes made because of this inexperience. There
was also a jinx of injuries that hampered the team.
The team had fair size, good speed, and was con- N
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Row I: Benny Castillo, Gordon Sampson, Don Ohda, Ronnie Pineda, Stanley Stockton, Larry Linton, Bob Fulton, Bob Brothe-
ridge. Row ll: Ray Seeley, Dick Holmquist, Ronnie Bignall, Jim Zigler, Ronnie Mitchell, Ralph Machael, Paul Hunter. Row
Ill: Mr. Youngberg, coachg Micky McGuire, Keith Bos, Don Seeley, Joe Bonneville, Carl Huffman, Danny Kindle, Neil Pontious,
,lim Barlow, Neil Bressler, manager. Bow IV: Pete Castillo, ,lohn Mueller, Ed Schwab, Charles Hoover, Ronald Sonneman,
Don Kohl, Don Larson, Bob Billings, Roger Anderson.
The Pee Wee's truly lived up to their name. They
were small in stature, but they had the fighting
spirit and the desire to win. ln most of their games
they were out-weighed, but they were never out-
Coach Youngberg expects many of his boys to
come through and make fine material for the var-
sity in the future.
Row 1: John Carrillo, Jim DeZul1a, Dick Wilson, manager, Gene Hall, coach, Al Dimond, Ron Michel. Row ll: Larry McCoy, Ray
Cehhardt, Dick Ohnen, ,lohn Marquis, Larry Letcher, Ron Newell, Chuck Mitchell, Lyle Wolher, Don Puterbaugh.
Sterling, 64: Morrison, 53
Freeport, 59, Sterling, 53
Sterling, 54, Tilden Tech, 51
Sterling. 62, Dixon, 49
Sterling. 58, Newman, 40
Taylorville, 68, Sterling, 52
DeKalb, 64, Sterling, 63
Sterling, 68, Mendota, 53
Sterling, 56, Rock Falls, 50
Sterling, 68, C-aleshurg. 60
Sterling, 66, Dixon, 53
West Rockford, 65, Sterling, 56
Sterling. 89, Rock Falls, 73
Sterling, 91, Rochelle, 61
Sterling, 80, Princeton, 42
Sterling, 83, Ceneseo, 61
Sterling, 64, Newman, 39
Sterling, 74, Hall, 36
East Rockford, 59, Sterling, 58
Ottawa, 83, Sterling, 48
Sterling Holiday Meet
Sterling, 90, Carl Schurz, 78
Sterling. 76, Freeport, 74
Ottawa, 67, Sterling, 57
Sterling, 71, Milledgeville, 49
Sterling, 58, Dixon, 45
Sterling, 62, Rock Falls, 4-6
Rock Island, 78, Sterling, 67
The Golden Warriors had a fine record of 16
wins and only 7 defeats during the regular season.
They won the Sterling Regional Tournament with
victories over Milledgeville, Dixon, and Rock Falls.
It took a highly rated Rock lsland team, two ref-
erees, and one official scorer to defeat the fighting
underdog Sterling team.
Sterling finished second in the tough N.C.1.C.
Conference and also played good ball in capturing
second place in the First Annual Sterling Holiday
Meet. Dick Ohnen, Chuck Mitchell, John Marquis,
Ray Gehhardt, and Larry Letcher formed the nu-
cleus of this years team. The only thing lacking on
this years team was the element of luck which every
Co-captain i'Chuck" Mitchell, a
transfer student from Fairfield, set
a new seasoxfs record by scoring
525 points in Sterlingis 27 games.
He averaged 19.4 points for the
season. He also finished third in
the N.C.l.C. individual scoring
race with a total of 165 points for
a 13.3 average. 'lchuckw was also
chosen for the first team all-con-
Co-captain Dick Ohnen won the
Curt Brandau Free Throw Trophy.
The Sterling senior set a new rec-
ord hy making seventy-eight out of
one hundred and fifteen attempts.
This was good for the record-
breaking percentage of 67.82 per
cent. Dick was placed on the sec-
ond tealn of the all-conference
squad hecause of his stellar defen-
sive xsork and floor play.
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Row l: Dick Nice, ,lim Johnson, John Marshall, Jim Austin, Bill Kempster, manager. Row ll: Jim Schueler, Brute Kuntle, Wen
dell Hanson, ,lim Appenzellar, Mr. Branflau, coach, ,lim Eshleman, John Gehlsen, Chuck Peugh, ,lim Gebhardt.
The Frosh-Soph basketball squad won 12 games
and lost 7. They won 6 out of their first 7 games
before falling into a mid-season slump. During the
latter part of the season, they snapped out of their
slump and played fine ball. The team was composed
of a mixture of freshmen and sophomores. They are
fine material for the future.
41, Morrison, 29
4-4, Dixon, 40
45, Newman, 38
46, DeKalb, 51
47, Mendota, 41
42, Rock Falls, 215
44, Caleshurg, 49
41, Dixon, 42
30, West Rockford, 45
40, Rock Falls, 3.3
62, Rochelle, 39
41, Princeton, 50
35, Ceneseo, 45
43, Newman, 49
70, Hall Twp., 22
41, East Roekform , 49
44 Ottawa, 38
Frosli-Soph tournament at Hook Falls
Sterling, 31, Morrison, 36
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Row I: Les Weinstine, Neal Bressler, Bob Cox, Charles Cox. Row ll: Don Small, manager, Clark Galloway, Robert Carbaugh,
Kenneth Handel, John Henson, John Loos, Francis Breed, Leon Neese, Sam Mylin, Herb Reed, Don Sisson, Mr. Hunsberger,
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Row l: Mickey McGuire, Dick Linboom. Keith Bos. Tom Bryant. Don Seeley. Larry Sterenborg, Roger Anderson. Row ll: Ben-
ny Castillo, manager, Don Larson, joe Bonneville, Cerry Culensohn, Don Hanger, Jerry Moore, Warren Patten, Darwin Zimmer,
Dan Kindle, John Reinhart.
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Row I: Larry McCoy, Lowell Hunsberger, Lester Handel, John Dillon, Dick Gebhardt, Terry Powell, Lino Carrillo, Ramon
Gonzalez, Larry Letcher. Row Il: Carlyle Cameron, Lyle Wolber, Bob Kosier, Dick McCormick, Rouland Howe, Barry Mus-
grove, Bob Smith, Don Knight, Walt Giffrow. Row Ill: Mr. Musgrove, coach, Mr. Shied, coach, Ron Michel, Dick Kohl, John
Carrillo, John Wolf, Ray Gebhardt, David Ahrens, Dick Ohnen, Don Puterbaugh, Jon Minier, Phil Beach, Mr. Mitchell,
coach, Mr. Small, coach. Row IV: Manuel Ramirez, Roger Flaningam, Dick Nice, Harold Hussong, Ish Celestino, Phil Mendez,
Herb Reed, Sam Mylin, Clark Galloway, Dick Wilson, manager.
The Sterling Track team lost one dual meet and
won the twin-city crown by outscoring Rock Falls
and Newman. The team made a good showing in
the Sterling Relays by placing a close third. We
won the team shot put, team discus, and the two
mile relay. We placed third in the Gateway Classics
and finished fourth at the District meet held at
Rock Island. Ray Gebhardt qualified for the State
meet at Champaign by placing second in the pole
vault. For the first time in six years, the Sterling
team failed to win the N.C.I.C. We finished fourth
with 28 23f30 points.
Sterling 701765 Rochelle 51, Oregon 27W. Sterling - Fourth place - 16M points.
Sterling 79M, Freeport 38176. Rock Island 9656, Sterling QIM.
STERLING RELAYS N.C.I.C. MEET
Rock Island 60, Moline 58, Sterling 56, LaSalle-Peru 48, Sterling fourth place - 28 23130 points.
Dixon 24, Freeport 18. Sterling 125, Morrison 56.
Sterling YSM, Kewanee 4-9W, Belvidere 22. Sterling 118, Milledgeville fVarsityJ 74.
GATEWAY CLASSIC, Clinton, Iowa. TWIN-CITY MEET Sterling 117, Ro'ck Falls 58, Newman 22.
Sterling - Third place in Class A - 29176 points. Sterling 96M, Prophetstown iVarsityJ 75M7, Sterling U-VJ 25.
Sterling 96176, Rock Falls 83, Newman 18176. Sterling 62 1!6, Dixon 55 5f6.
Sterling 66 1f3, Dixon 51 213. N.C.I.C. MEET AT DIXON
DISTRICT - Rock Island. Sterling third - 39W points.
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Row I: Floyd Johannsen, Charlie Cox, Roger Flaningam, Jim Barlow, Fred Parker, Allan Scham, Neil Pontious. Row II: Manuel
Ramirez, Sam Mylin, Herb Reed, John Carillo, John Wolf, Dick Kohl, Dick Johnson, Larry Larson, Bob Haldeman, John
Marshall. Row III. Mr. Hunsberger, coach, Mr. Hall, coach, Jim Johnson, Clark Galloway, Dick Nice, Harold Hussong, Roger
Seidel, Jim Baird, Bob Carbaugh, Phil Mendez, Bob Gray, Mr. Sherman, coach, Lyle Zimmerman, manager. Row IV: Bob
Cox, Pete Andrews, Kenneth Handel, Dick Eatinger, Don Heffelbower, Ish Celestino, Ron Wolher, Bob Whittenaur, Jerry
Braur, Alva Wise. A
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Row l: Rudy Baraias, Bob Loring, Herb Reed, Sam Mylin, Jim Baird, Ronnie Wolber, Larry Larson, Dave Swehla, Lester Handel.
Row Il: Don Small, manager, David Clark, ,lack Kosier, Les Weinstine, John Loos, Dick Helms, David Ahrens, Wally Stevens, Ron
Michel, Bob Haldeman, Bob Wadsworth, Mr. Small, coach.
Sterling made a good showing by finishing fourth in the District
and seventh in the Second Annual Sterling Invitational. We placed
fifth in the N.C.l.C. meet held at Sinnissippi Park in Sterling. Herb
Reed and Rudy Barajas were the leading runners and they were giv-
en good support by their teammates. Another fine team is expected
next year with a goodly number of lettermen returning.
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Row I: ,lim Maxey, Dean Peterson, Wayne Harrison, Lowell Tillman, Allan Scham, Jim Stanley. Row ll: ,lim Clapper, manager,
Don Coursey, John Benson, Bob Lund, Roger Polzin. Jerry Turner, Mr. Small, coach.
Coach Homer Musgrovels wrestlers enjoyed one of
their finest years since the sport was inaugurated at
Sterling Township. -
In 9 dual and triangular meets,,the Sterling team
was defeated only once. They placed third in the quad-
rangular meet at Moline, fourth in the Davenport In-
vitational, and second in the beginners tournament.
Sterling walked off with the first place in the
N.C.I.C. meet held at Sterling, and we were nosed out
of the district championship by one point, 4-5 to 415.
Sterling split two HBH team matches and the "B"
squad also wrestled several practice matches with Rock
Falls and Dixon.
By placing second in the district, we sent 6 men
to the state finals in Champaign. Kraft, Fassler, Alde
fer, Beck, Dettman, and Kilberg were the boys whc
brought Sterling to a fine tenth place showing in the
big meet at Champaign. Kraft led the team by placing
third in the 154- pound division.
Quadrangular at Moline, third place
Davenport Invitational, fourth place
Beginners tournament, second place
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Y., Sterling, 64-g Pekin, 595 Peoria Woodruf
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C Sterling, 46 Maquoketa, 2
Sterling, 15, Moline, 31
Sterling, 27g Clinton, 14
Sterling, 86, Lyons, 10, Geneseo, 49
Sterling, 94' Dixon, 31, Rock Falls, 22
Sterling g Peoria Woodruff, 6
District, second place
State, tenth place
Sterling, 20, Rock Island, 51
Sterling, 303 Moline, 16
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Row I: Art Scott, Ken Kraft, John Fassler, Ronnie Pineda. Row Il: Glenn Alderfer, Dick Card, Don Kilberg, Earl Beck. Row
Ill: Dan Dir, Bonnie Sonneman, Bill Maxwell, Cliff Dettrnan.
Row I: Bob Brotheridge, Don Coursey, John Waller, Buddy Wolf, Floyd Johannsen, Earl Eikenberry, Don Kohl. Row ll: Charles
Hoover, Wilfred Hefter, Dean Peterson, Nick Norcia, Orville Karr, Cordon Kendall, David Waters, Tom King. Row III: Jim
Barlow, Ricky Allen, Bob Dir, Harry Brown, Bob Vary, Larry Langley, .lim Clapper.
Row I: Larry Linton, John Benson. Row ll: Les Weinstine, Reuben Chapman, Bob Wadsworth, Ken
Kosier, Leon Neese, Bob Nesbitt, Jim Schueler Row Ill: Mr. Lahman, coach, Don Stewart, Merchel
Flynn, Bill Clithero, Jim Smith. Dick Allen. Tom Thoman, Gerald Frimodt, Mr. Brandau, coach.
Mr. Hoogeveen, coach, Alan Hall, Jerry Schwendinger, John DeWind, Dick Helms, Jill Drury, Wally
Stevens, Bill Kempster.
Row I: Tom Weidel, Dick Ohnen, Pete Dillon, Al Dimond, Don Puterbaugh. Row II: John Carrillo, Don Knight, Dick Lyon,
Don Estabrook, Barry Musgrove. Row III: John Loos, Jim Barlow, Dick Nice, Bob Cox, Jim Johnson. Row IV: Bruce Benson,
Ron Minton, Dick Wilson, manager, Don Sisson, Ronnie Pineda.
Jerry Schwendinger was low medalist with a 75 at
the district golf meet at Rock Island. He represented'
Sterling in the state tourney at Champaign the follow-
The N.C.l.C. tournament at Rochelle was won by
Rochelle, and Sterling finished sixth.
Sterling failed to win any of their dual meets but
played good golf at times.
In 7 dual meets in 1952, the Sterling team won 3
and lost 4 for one of the best records they have com-
piled in recent years. The tennis picture is looking up
at S.H.S. Thomas and Frimodt played fine tennis in
the tough district meet at Moline. We played host to
the N.C.l.C. tournament and placed third behind
Dixon and Rochelle.
Flynn, Stewart, Surratt, Allen, Smith, Schueler,
and Weinstine were the other major letter winners.
The Sterling Township High baseball team, under
the direction of Coach Homer Musgrove, won 8 games
and lost 6 while completing a tough schedule. They
lost their chance for the conference championship
when they dropped 2 games to Ottawa by one run each.
Anderson, B. Musgrove, and Lyons led Sterling's at-
tack, while Musgrove won 3 and lost 23 and Dillon
won 4 and lost 3 to lead the moundsmen.
Sterling 85 Rock Falls, 12 Sterling 15 Ottawa, 2
Sterling 135 Newman, 3 Sterling, 73 Ottawa, 8
Sterling, 35 DeKalb, 4 Sterling 55 Newman, 0
Sterling, 65 DeKalb, 2 Sterling, 19g Newman, 7
Sterling, 89 Rock Falls, 2 Sterling, 7, Newman, 0
Sterling, 8g Princeton, 6 Sterling, 49 Rock Falls, 8
Sterling, 175 Princeton, 1 Sterling, 45 Rock Falls, 5
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