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

 - Class of 1959

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Uzgmnq,-aww 42 X9 Amman 112 125 spam 90 smfm 124 160 Dedicated To Mr U R De Voe whose patlence wuth our problems and eagerness to help us In every possible way have made us love and respect hum We the senno class of 1959 dedncate thus our annual to you Mr De Voe In apprecuatlon for your cheerful and unfculnng encouragement and guidance In S H S GC1lVI1IeS Mr De Voe has been wrth the S H S faculty slnce 1920 Untll 1931 he taught a variety of sublects Including shop algebra geometry physics and chemnstry He has held the Important posmon of Asslstant Prmcupal of Ster lung Townshup Hugh School for twenty eught years Mr De Voe was born In Freeport lllxnoss After recelvmg has elementary and hugh school education In Freeport he studned at Northwestern Umver slty and received hls B S degree from that school nn 1917 4 Q 0 . . - 1 ' 1 1 1 1 ' 1 1 1 1 1 1 . , . I - 1 . 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'l F473 l""lP'Q l"""""'lK ii-Q1 t lihnq 1' -sq fling. : A ' :g Q '-Q 'y nun-'gm m vim-4 '- '7 Mrs MARJORIE BAUER Mnss DIANE BAXTER Mr CURTIS BRANDAU A B A M B A M A English Girls Physical Education Clvlcs Marycrest College Unlver Western Illnnols Unuverslty Cornell College Columbla slty of llllnols Unuverslty Umverslty f lllmols Mass DORIS BURRITT Enghsh Unwersuty of llllnols Mrs HARRIET B Mr CARSON DE JARNATT Muss MARIE DICKSON BUSHMAN B S M A English Umversnty of Wlsconsm Eastern Illmols Unnversnty Umversuty of lllmols North Northwestern Umverslty western University Mr DUWAYNE DIETZ Mrs DORIS DII.I.ON BS MEd Physnology Physical Homemalungl II Education Iowa State College Unlversuty of Iowa Unlver sity of Illmols MISS VEI.I.A M FADDEN B S M A Llbrcrlon Umversnty of Illlnols Umver stty of Mlchlgon Mr RAYMOND GIBBLE Driver Education Culver Stockton College , x A C "' . ., . . B.S. . ., . . B.S. . . . . . I . . 0 M.S. . ., . . B.A. Algebra I, Moth I English . ., . . B.S. . ., . . B.S. 91 53 Mr KENNETH GOULD Mr DARRELL HADEN Mr E EUGENE HALL BA MA BS MA Physical Education Englush Heqlfh and Phyglgql Monmouih College Umver Mlssourn Umversnfy South Educqnon snfy of Iowa west Msssourl Slate Soufhern Ill Umv Univ of lllmors Mrs EVELYN HAWKINS School Nurse Communny General Hospntal Mr ROBERTL HENARD Mrs GAZELLE A HILL Mr PETER HOOGEVEEN BS MA U S Hlsfory Englnsh Vocohonal Woodshop Unlverslly of Iowa Ill Stole Normal Unnv Cenlral College I Mrs NELLIE HOWARD Mr CARLDWIN HUNKINS Mr FLOYD HUNSBERGER B S B A , M A B S Typmg Speech lnduslrlul Aris Murray State College Emerson College Northern lll Unlv 13 Mnss LUEl.l.A JACOBSEN B S P E Girls Doane gf ,. ' A A A 5 B L x X C 0 , ., . . s.s. . ., . . rm. , . - .... , - . . . . ' ., l . . ., . . af. 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MUSGROVE Mr. ARTHUR NEAHRING Miss SANDRA LEE NELSON B S B.A. Health, Physical Education Art English University of Iowa Bradley University Frances Shimer College De Miss CHARLOTTE OLSON Mr DONALD A OLSON BE MA Latin Business Education Ripon College Marquette Wisconsin State College UNIV State Umv of Iowa Pauw Univ Mr JEROME ROBBINS BA MA Economics Sociology History Wheaton College Eureka College Umv of Illinois Univ of Chicago Mr PAUL ROLEY English Journalism Illinois College Northwest ern Univ BA MA Latin St Olaf College Univ f South Dakota 15 Miss JEANETTE SASEKE B S M S General Science Mathematics Univ of Nebraska Doane College Iowa State College Mr ARTHURL SCHICK BS MS Vocational Agriculture U IV flll Univ of is A , ET . vii B.A. . ., .. .., .. 1 f , ' '. I , - , ,ffl sc, ll B.A. ..,.. . I . . . . . " , - . , 10 ' nyc ., '. wx . . , 1 "I E Qi?-' 1 LS,.-"i 1 11 if if A if E::?"1-'E , a .illiarfils 1 Mr. G. JACK SCHULER B.M., M.M., M.S. Band Mr. CHARLES E. SCHULZ B.S., M.S. Mathematics Miss ALMA SHERMAN A.B., A.M. Biology Ill. Wesleyan Univ., Univ. of Wilson Jr. College, North- Knox College, Univ. of Wis. ern Ill. Univ., Northwestern Univ. Mr. CHESTER W. SHERMAN B.S., MA. Physics, Chemistry Knox College, Univ. of lll. Case Ins. of Tech. Mr GORDON SPEER Mr DEAN STEEBY Miss RUTH STRAW BA MA Chemistry Algebra Spanish French Monmouth College lowa Northwest Missouri State Eureka College Univ State College College llllnals Mr JOHN STRENGE Machine Shop Superior State Teachers Bradley Univ U iv of llli nous Miss MARGARET Remedial Reading Northwestern Univ Miss NORMA LEE Physical Education Central Missouri State o ege WILLIAM J TONKIN Music Administration St Olaf College Univ l Penn Northwestern Univ 8.5. 8.5. . ., . . , ' ' , ' . of . ' ' Mr. . B.S-, M.S, THACKABERRY THOMSON B.A., B.M., M.A. ' M.A. B.S. l 1 ' i I . I . . . . D I . Q O ' -, n' . '- ' . ' ' C I- ., ' - . y I 16 Mr HARVEY WAFFLE Mrs JEANNETTE WICKEY B S Ph M Mechanical Archlfeclural Business Educahon Drawing Iowa Sfafe Teachers Col Slouf Inshlute Unlv of ege Wls Carroll College MII waukee State College KFMSMH I is 62 LEFT TO RIGHT Mlss Phyllls Bellema Mrs Velma Lutfrell Miss Nancy Overholser 17 1 . ., . . B,S. ' , '. I . O g I I 1, 'EER . PORN I Joan Gehrmg Jean Walker Carol Mock Barb Irnmel Joyce Wnllrams Sandy Harhng ROW 2 Mrs Dorothy Johnson Jack Speer Jerry Kenny Lloyd Casey Gordon Summers Clyde Wentlung George Davis 5124! ,dw ...- LEFT TO RNGHT Mrs Lcola SUIOLJH Mrs Jeanette Johnson 18 49' ir Mrs Jennie Ge-nklnger Mrs Vera Fritz I1 Q - X . H , " T 3 .f E J l A , 0 : J H , s M ' ,Q J IS .flfs ' K' 0' , F my 5 ju A 4 ,W y ,Q r J 1 L Jw , . 3 - ' l I , J., 5 f J., f , 'saws -."L" f M-5 or J , S rr ' E J 3 A , I ' , Z ' ' A I "E Q T -in I,-f Perry Maple Elcm Hess Steve Minier NOT PICTURED1 John Minier John Sedig SW! M .. 9x I 1 as 4 dr. 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Charlene Wheat Student Councrl Representatuve John Gerber Mrs Dons Dnllon Advrsor Mr Robert Henard Advnsor Denny Vce Presnclent Sharon Cassens Secretary Malt Newell Presldent Stewart Treasurer Tom Moore Student Councul Representatrve Prom was In the mmd of every rumor throughout the 58 59 year ln their first year as upperclassmen therr mam prolect was sponsormg a very successful Prom to hugh Irght the school year Therr flne co operation and hard work made the Prom one al ways to remember Selling :ce cream donuts and candy having paper drlves bake sales and car washes and distributing pamphlets were their means of earning money thus year The class of 60 was outstanding athletrcally scholastrcally and musncally They were under the capable leadership of Prestdent Malt Newell Vnce Presudent John Gerber Secretary Sharon Cassens Treasurer Denny Stewart Student Councnl Representatrves Charlene Wheat and Tom Moore They were efflcrently advtsed and guided by Mrs Dons Drllon and Mr Robert Henard 22 ROW l Befh Baer Carol Bemshek Georgra Behrens Arlefia ley Crarg Boyer Larry Ahlgrrm Dorothy Adams Marvrn Black Bradley Mary Jane Battles Marlene Cobb ROVV Q Janice Deem ROVV A Ronald Becker Doug Banes Larry Braun Roy Adams Jean Bopes Jody Apple Rrcky Allen Frank Agurlar Ellen Bellars Jerry Bartlett Davrd Beauchamp John Besse Pete Bararas ROW 3 Maredrlh Carter Doug Allen Joyce Brrck ,.. ,fo l DCIYCI Efll BfrHyChcrl0SfOr1 SU l'lUVSfl0f1Cl Holly Con Arlyn Follcers David Hoover Gary Duncan Roberta Harms ley Sharon CUSSQHS F Jlm CGV0f'OU9l1 Phil Burger JUV1 ROW 1 Jrm Dewey Fred Eberhard! John Erlerf Jack Hrppen Duslng Jan Dickinson Carol Conlxlen Judy Buckner Don Charles Chuck Herbon Rene Colm Dennis Cummrngs ton Rusly Fulfs F Sharon Hall Sfan Ebersole Jan Eveland 23 5 r D 1 g r r I 1 . r r . - 1 r - 5 ' 1 3 1 1 r 1 I 1 I I . r r 1 D r . . I I , , I ' 'A -Q , 'M aw J, , J wr. , T L 1 K ' - 1' " '- i -.. . v - "' V , ,Q 21 1- r A, X. 45, 1 , , v r 1 2 , l 1 'J l r M 1 ' f . A-.. P?fVx',' , r Hy , A , ' , , - . 7 ROW l Pat Grams Marianne Hess Carolyn Hams Jeannie Bush milf' Dlfll HUWJUHS JGGV1 -l0l1nS0n SUS GUVYHEV ROW 4 Mvrvm Ruih Harper Barbara Helms ROW2 David Hqmeg Judy Fisher Huennl Gary Fields Carol Harden Richard Gallenhne Kay Mel Fell Bill Duncan Ron Foltz Behy Gerken Tom Hilger G9bl'l0l'dTJel'I'YGl10lS0f1 BUCJ FFGHSGH ROW 3 Max Hacker Carolyn Hawkins Joyce Hook Kenny Free ROW lf Joyce Knalsen, Sharon Lafhrop, Bonnie Hedrick, Bonnie Gail Johnson, Sam Hess, Don Hunter, Vickie Huenger, Joyce Marschang, Ruth Mendez, Georgia Johnson. ROW 2: Gary Kosier, Jones. ROW 4: Ronnie Hedrick, Dick Huber, Earl Janssen, Don Juanita Kyger, Sandra Jackson, Julie King, LaVanda McClinlock, Hicks, Jim Hussung, Merle Heckman, Roger Larson. Jan Johnson, David Hess. ROW 3: Karen Hussung, John Litlle, 24 IH gb 5 as ROW I Gwen Mocha ll Carol Ohda Gary McNrnch Dick Nor Meyer Lauren McCune Larry McMurry Donna Knox Sherron Mc fon Janice Lamberson Kay Oliver ROW 2 Ruth Landis David Falls ROW 4 Tom Moore David Jones Milt Newell .lim Loos Krelder Mary Ann Mee Kent Kosler Keith Kosler Pamela Lenfz George Keller Charles Miller Dreler Melnen Vernell Johnson ROW 3 Loreita Needy Leanne Lambert Roy ROW If Anniane Schultz, Sue Segneri, Bill Mylin, Jerry Meier, ler, Allan Morris, Gary Lehman, Elaine Piper, Bev Roberts. Don Schoaf, Rosemary Shaw. ROVV 2: Earlene Phifer, Phyllis Ras- ROW 41 Phil Sinroll, Daniel McDonald, Sieve Partridge, Robb mussen, Terry Shuman, Daehle Reirzel, Craig Roney, Dick Nance, Powell, Duane Shank, Barbara Schueler, Sharon Seloover. Befty Robinson. ROVV 3. Carolyn Renner, Linda Sikkerna, Ron Mil- 25 ROW l Sandra Thomas Sharon Vance Carolyn Smith Nancy Marty Thomas Daniel Pomones Merle Schaver Gordon Summers Stewart Jane Stanley Marcua Vary ROW Q Richard Kncksey Dave Straw ROVV 4 Dale Smith Phul Shank Denny Stewart Abel Judy Wade Muckey VanBlasr Oscar Rodrlquez Don LaFavre Lor Taualu Jum Murphy Mike Taft Barry Russell rome Thlel n Gary Stevens ROW 3 Walter Smnth Jess Lopez I W l Lnda Wa ls Tom Tyne Janice White Gary Wesner Thurm Bull Davis Mary Wlemken ROVV 4 Lloyd Woodson Larry Dotty Wolf R Don Wealherwax Judy Wnlson Alan Weld Van Kampen Richard Snowloerg John Wnllls Terry Taylor man Linda Wolber Ronald Zemke Tom Warner Larry 26 .E ROW1: Charlene Wheat, Karin Walker, Bonnie Weeks, June White, Judy White. ROW 21 Jack Skrogsfad, Larry Bender, Ann Aschbrenner, James Charleston. ROW 3: Jerry Tuff, Jerry Stra- Man with a mop low, Terry Walker, Dan Welker, Dave Williamsen. ROW -4: Fred Davis, Denny Walrafh, John Gerber, Jim Turner, Jeff Wright. X35 W' Y- wo' -akin Jog , , 5 4 Se,- Io . Us luniors .NX degli! 'W' L4 "lm mmf' Joanne Johnson Student Councul Representatlve Don Zelgler urer Mr June Lee Advisor Karen Blandlng Secretary John Vlce President Mrs Marlorle Bauer Advssor Pete Wheeler Treas Zaeske Presldent Make Lafferty Student Councnl Representatnve Thus year the class of 61 elected as oftlcers John Zaeske presudent Don Zengler, vace presndent Karen Blandung, secretary Pete Wheeler, treasurer Joanne Johnson and Mnke Lafterty Student Councnl Representatnves Ordermg thenr attractuve class rmgs was the Sophomores most Important event The Sophomore Class also sponsored the annual Valentme s Dance Theur Homecommg float, Well Roll Over Streator was very clever and beautlfully decorated Shownng what an ambltlous class they are they began ralsung money towards their Prom by sellmg canister candy Mrs Marlorle Bauer and Mr R June Lee were theur helpful advrsors 28 'Wi ROW l Donna Blodgeff Karen Blandlng Marcele Buchmun Barb Bogoh Carole Benson Karin Alllson Jane! Axelson ROW4 Judy Argraves Sue Ahebury Cheryl Behrens ROW 2 Wilma George Beatty Jam Ahlmg Jack Apple John Andreas Jlm Blair Blelema Marne Allen Marhn Baker Sherry Barley Mlke Baker Charles Brlckley Jlm Blair Dennis Bell ROW 3 Genaro Baralas Janet Abner Judy Barileff ROW l Pai Book Bobs Brunk Cormne Cobb Lelna Book Sharon Audrey Bohms Judy Carbaugh Arnulfo Cashllo Kenny Burden Brauer Jud: Clayfon. ROW 21 Ken Bohm Eugene Buhrow Cath- Marne Buyers Pat Brauer. ROW 4: Ronnxe Boyer Dave Casey erine Boyer Glenda Casper Ed Colclasure Larry Clark. ROW 31 Dale Cohenour Ronnie Bruns Norville Buntley, Al Boseneiler. 29 ROW l Nancy Ellls Judy Culllns Karleen Dunbar Barb Conk Colm Shlrley Crofton Sherry Crofton Carol Colllnson ROW 4 lung Sharon Ebersole ROW 2 Richard Colclasure Bonnie Dahl Leland Ellers Jan Dlgman Lee Drynan Jon Deem Mike Lalferty gren Gene Dahlqulst Don Ebersole Gary Day Ruta Ebersole Don Perry Duns Don Cramer Deets ROW 3 Betty Duncan Mary Ann Elmendorf Charmame A ROW I Cathernne Gallagher Duane Eshleman Norlyn Fritz D Clarence Frank Jerry Hadaway Kay antha Flynn Linda Farny Pat Glrton ROW 2 Larry Flllppl Pau berg Fred Gebhqrdt Larry Frunzen lane Guerrero Aluce Flsch Duane Fordham Linda Gehrlng David Douglas Kendell Gary Gramm Gray ROW 3 Maureen Esch Ruchard Kunde Juan Espinoza 30 1' Fields ROW 4 Jack Gold Bob Gaumer Rob Evers I I I I ' I I I ' 1 - 1 1 - 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 - - I 1 1 . 1, -A-I A, - , ' I , 1 N' v 1. ' 1, ... lf, .Q- V ' u X 1 . I I X , 1 I I I I' I I U . I I I ' 1 I ' 1 I 1 I I I I I I . - ' 3 I I I ROW l Jlm Hubbard Doug Lutyens Joy Loos Janice Kirkpatrick Helms Denny Jokerst Mike McFadden Roberta Lorenz Patrlcla Dorothy Jones Barbara Hartsfield ROW 2 Ruth Hlgley Mar Hines ROW 4 James Hull Mike Kereven Chuck Hansen Darrel garet Hermes Joanne Johnson Betty Kalkwarf Sharon Harms Huston Don Kendell James Martin Patricia Hermes ROW 3 Roger Immel Joanne Harrington Pat ROW l. Barb Koster, Daniel Lapp, Joyce Martin, Don Lutyens, Dee Jessie Lay, Karen Koehler, Joan Lockhart, Sue Loos, Margaret Lambert, Judy Mangan. ROW Q: Donna Maxey, Bill Geringer, Lamm, Janice Lindsay, ROW 4: Melvin Kinney, June Lee, Ken Arlyn Loos, Richard Luptak, Jewel Lamb, Nita McBride. ROW 3: Letcher, Jim Morris, Daniel Marshall, Paul King, Jim Marshang. 31 ROW l Linda McKenna Joy Mlghell Nancy Norton Pa? McFalls rlng Eugene Pashon Lyle Reed Jeanne Mylm ROW 4 Ronald Nancy Minogue Peggy Meler ROW 2 Jeanetle Mllles Euleen Rlce Bob Mullan Arlyn Oelllng John Moore Tom Moore Roger Musselman Bull Reynolds Chuck Prenhce Nalalla Monshower Moore Richard Osfenlce Carol Mock ROW 3 Claudia Neahrmg Jlm Phllllps Ronald Neh ROW l Jane Propheter Jean Pyse Elaune Rosene Edwnna Pel Conme Reed Pat McKmzne Elbert Shaw ROW 4 Darrell Sage lon Nancy Reecher Gerrl Rasmussen ROW 2 Marvin Slevens Tom Snsson Joe Segnen John Smith Ned Slkkema Rudy Jane Moore Sylvna Plnecla Carol Porfner Enleen Roloff Chuck Sqldlvqr Jqm Schmnt Rhodes ROW 3 Sandy Roberls Jlm Rosenow Joanna Peferson 32 'v x ROW l Marie Russell Rufh Wagner Mary Ann Shuman Belly Scot? Judith Slarns Mille Selle!! George Siraw ROW 4 Bill Wagner John Karen Seavey ROW 2 Carol Schonwlse Linda Suloufl Karen Rulh Wendell Pele Wheeler John Wire David Virtue Jin Wise Mary Shugharl ROW 3 Barb Smllh Daniel Turney Carol Shefler ROW lf Sandy Wells, Bonnie Wilsey, Mary Stanley, Jayne Weaver, Thomson, Beverly Smilh, Anira Sirenge, Bertie Wilson. ROW 4: Chuck Anifa Sweilzer. ROW Q: Pat Tucker, Sam Wolber, .lerry Webb, LeRoy Smith, Francis Werbout, David Sfomrs, Arlhur Wirth, Waller Wagner. Sloner, Larry Welch. ROW 3: Sharon Surrafi, Jill Weafherwax, Merida 33 LEFT TO RIGHT Susle Schnck presldent Mrs Kay advisor Roberta Smlth secretary Bull Cheshler ireasurer No? pncfured Lee Johnson vlce presxdenr and Mr Dejarneh advusor The Freshman Mlxer was the mann hnghhght of The freshman class of SHS They OISO entered a very mtereshng float nn the Homecomung Parade The class of 62 elected as officers Susie Shuck presxdent Lee Johnson vuce president Roberta Smith secretary and Bull Cheshner Treasurer The freshman class was under the guidance of Mrs Kathleen Kay and Mr Carson De Jarnatt 35 I I I r I I 1 F I : 1 ' , . , . . . . . r I , ' . . . . . ' 1 1 I 1 1 I 1 ' ROW l Sharon Allen Donna Barber Baer Sally Barnhart ROW 2 Wilson Caren Barrus Carol Ardulm David Terri Bothe Elaine Blosser Dorothy Ackland Larry Breed Carol Barrus Beck Mike Austin ROW 3 Scott 4 Asnm Wayne Bopes Doug Blrely Dwight Behrenclt David Bogctt Carl Blair ROW 4 Dianne Bates Beth Ahrens Robert Beggerow Norman Asbury Ralah Bushman Betty Barthelme Dan Bivm Linda Balster ROW l: Isabel Celestino, Dennis Bush, Nancy Clark, Carol Coonrad, Burnstine, Judy Bragg, Jerry Briggs, Bob Coats, Claudia Brickle, Lois Terry Brooks. ROW 2: Jack Buckingham, Tom Covanaugh, Carolyn Boyer. ROVV 4: lawrence Cay, Bill Chamberlin, Gayleen Chew, Victoria Cassens, Don Clark, Faye Charleston, Judy Brandt. ROW 3: Debbie Carlton, Janice Braun, Gene Compton, Bill Cheshier. 36 ROW l Nancy Cavanaugh Shlrley Dahlqulst Carol Fglfz Juhe Eberle son Chris Farnham Charlie Crlder Pa? Ellison Verne Ebersole George Ardyce Durr ROW 2 Alan Freeman Jlm Erby Joanne Flke Manlyn Ernsi Dennis Doiy ROW 4 Harold Frank Cecul Danlels Duck Fowler Dahlqulsf Beth Cummmgs Terry Dlefz Bull Feather ROW 3 Ed Donald l.yle Elchelberger Ronald Fortune Judy Davis Rlfa Deffman f' wr- ROWl Carol Grnfflfh Karen Gowan Duane Gales Karen Grams Sally Fulllnglan Sheila Froefer Sandra Frliz ROW 4 Nell Goldberg Ronald Grams Judy Gerken ROW 2 Glen Greenwal! Carole Geesey Duane Haley Davnd Haak Larry Geesey Gerald Gerlach Fred Gholsan John Gors hm Gordon Connie Hager Jrmmy Grugsbf JunlorGarcla ROW3 Gonlulez Kathy Gartner Carol Haberer Carolyn Hafner Richard Goben Wanda 37 I I ' . I I I I I . I I . I ' I I - 1 , ' 1 ' , ' , ' . 1 , ' ' , ' , I I I . I ' A I ' . I I -1 I ' .,,A, . vii' 9 . ., a' -e' . 2 , If 7' , s u .. .. ,, 3 - lv, 4, Y ' --f ' .. 3 4 4. .. .. s Q I ' ' ix Q . 'I ' 0- K. - obs Q Q 'QM I , . l A X A ,A ll f f i 1 ' , , ' , 'I U 1 l , ' . : ' , l, - 2 , , I 1 f , , I I V ll . l ' : ' , , , , ROWI Carol Harruson Lmda Hahon Judy Hitchcock Judy Hammer? Hodge Edward Handel Lula Harrington Rufh Howard John Hess Sharon Harrlngion Aluce Harrnngton ROW 2 Ronnie Harhng Sandra ROW 4 Carol Hudson Ronnie Hoffman Davld Helms Don Henson Hmrnchs Lmda La Favre Eluzabelh Jewell Carol Hames John Helms Peggy Hall Jlm Hall John Hawluns Sieve Hendricks ROW 3 Shirley Hammelman Ronald Hurley Karen ,f .. gmq' ROW l Sharon Lamberson Barbara Kung Carolyn Las? Suse Leseman ROW 3 Franlue Kenr Nancy Kmdle Dora Jane Kurlc Rnchard Keller Judy Jurkens Carol Hutchnns ROW 2 Gary Lenungion Laura Lawton Pat Kreuder Joyce Kurby Sara Konfos ROW 4 Jlm Whnle Tom Denny Long Gary Johnson Randy Jones Roger Powell Anna Juarez LeBlanc Lee Johnson Tom Kays Doug Lmle Gary lmel Phnl Johnson 38 Va Y, up - ROWl Donna Reed Geneva Loy Carol Mickelson Karen Redfield Judy Mackeprang leta Luttrell Maureen Rohr Gary Martin ROW 4 Ray Macklovsky Roy Mickelson Edward McCune Judi Miracle Bea Munz Richard Longanecker Kenny Llnboom ROW 3 Shernlyn Noon Pat Propheter Sue Manon Carol Peugh Shari ROW i Saradelle Sterenberg Georgia White Roberta Smith Edith wax Ronald Roberts Larry Selden ROW 4 Stuart Richter Barb Wltmer Julie Thompson ROW 2 Bob Wilson Carol Williams Kenny Werner Francis Rosene Robert Schrader Edward Staqe Herman Zemke Doug Zemke Lyn Kay Wolfe Jim Weeks ROW 3 Lucio Rodruquez Jim Rotz Nan Wheelock Sotelo Brock Shelley Barbara Snngsheim Becky Warner Jane Weather 39 5 S .- W9 "' fu 6 1 w .. H. , 1 1 4' 1 9 Q 'Y A . ' E n . f , ul e' if ef '1 Reitzel, Peggy Pyse. ROW 2: Barbara Moore, Dorothy Minogue, Mike McCoy, Denny Moore, Dick Meyer, David McDonald, Frank Miller, SLR Rl L ROW I Jlm Sexdel John White Joe Martinez Steven Springer Gloria Ann Shuman Reta Norman Jane Wenger ROW 4 Barbara Schaver Schreiner ROW 2 Carol Ann Olds Tom Sllfer Larry Smith Aluce Vln Carol Sanders Jam Robinson Roger Pettornnl Gerald Schultz Steve son Rnchard Sawyer ROW 3 Llnda Woosley Susxe Schick Cindy Needy Morehead Ruth Shank ROW l John Oltmans Harriet Mock, Kent Stralow, Jack Smlth Helga Brenda Wllllams, Margaret Maxey ROW 4 Mary Kay Plautz, John Nersthenmer Chrrstena Sheaffer ROVV Q Betty Turner Kenneth Stanley, Turner John Styfhoorn Curt Tullman, Randy Ohda, Dave Corsey, Judy Carol Matznuck Romolo Wenk Dnxue Schaubert, Donald Reed ROW 3 Moran Carol Smuth Sandra Shuman, Carol McFalls Chester LeRoy Todd, 40 ,If I 1' ' X .1 . , f s l 1 f , M L Y ' Q Q' . .' , 4 I C ' 2 . ': 27' -, PJ f :- He V' PM ' 7 .. ui t. ' '4 M aw. 1 1 A X t :: ' Y Q 9 ,s 1 ' ' 7 1 1 W, . , 1: Pg.. A Q39 H ' , 5' - v .J ,I ,. .--.HC i ' ' 1 I 1 ' 1 S 1 I 1 1 ' Y 1 D 1 1 1 I 1 I 1 ' J ' 1 I . 1 q .1 1 1 ' 1 1 ' 1 ' ' 1 A 1 1 - Fuke Norm One more mmuie """-. ll Q: ,Ku 'f ew, A 'W ig rch 'N-N NN- 'I' A x 'Po f Yone 5, v. '4 oooox WO' Awaiting The Final Ad 'A EVBYYO ne Say che ese 42 e Wane! ,1 X re Y S Q 'Q , AQ Q ,Q 5,i V M -e A --' 1 ., ' ',k .42 -at 43 5 2 2 'S " . -If - j' 2 " 5 E 5 1 5 if , , u- ,, , ,, , ,. , K ,, ff ff: Aim l im 'F' Q W, ik. 'I if ' QQ 1 , . ,S 1 , L , Q W Q. , ,A . , ' lv X L . , . K . Y X Y . , S, , f. X. 3 ' is 553-E? Q M 'Q 5 A Q i. J? 5 . 5 L1 2 4 il? ' -if-' 1 if -W- '-1 'Q www fe: 1 if A 1 R+ s I I 1 1 X H 1 Lf ! -an 2: 'X 4 ir Wo. . ,,,. W -lat". ina 'ff 4: if M 1 . Q, Q A .-,Ms 1 ,, .. , uf Z' . nm '- -n " sw . 'VM W' , Zi 14 f Pete McRoy busrness manager Mr Arthur Neahrrng advrsor Susan Hawkrns co edrtor Jean Myers coedrtor How s thrs prc ure?" Wheres ha copy sheet Jean?" Do you thunk well make the deadlrne'? Such were he sounds that were spoken repeatedly whrle the annual was berng lard out and carefully processed Although the annual rs the product of many long hours of concentratron many laughs and lokes accompanred our work Anyone passrng by the publrcatrons room fourth and fifth hour will readrly agree The annual drdn t have an actual theme thus year but rnstead we have trred to record the lrfe at SHS The annual s clever cover was desrgned by George Davrs the art edrtor We owe much to George who often gave helpful advrce rn the plannrng of the pages The beautrful and clever shots of our school and campus were provrded by the combmed efforts of Bob Freeman Jrm Schrrener and Mr Eshleman Mr Eshleman dld a hrghly commendable lab of always developrng hrs negatrves wrthrn our short notrce He was always wrllrng to come up to the school to take that one prcture that we had forgotten Janet Wetzell club edrtor dad a wonderful 'ob of assrgn mg obtarnrng and revrsrng all of the club wrrte ups Janet along wrth our typrsts Phyllrs Woessner Bev Folkers and Duane Kauffman spent many long hours typrng the ture some copy sheets Pete McRoy our ambrtrous busrness manager drd a magnrflcent rob of sellrng annual subscrrptrons Pete appornted a hard workrng staff who went downtown and solrcrted the patrons and he also headed the busrness staff here at school who sold over erght hundred annual subscrrptrons Wrth our record breakrng sale of annuals we were able to have more pages rn thus years annual than ever before The detarled sport wrrte ups were all wrrtten by Ken Small sport staff edrtor Ken also put a lot of thought unto the clever arrangement of the sport pages and prctures Last but certamly not least our thanks goes to Mr Neahrrng our advrsor whose patrence and experrence helped us through the many rough spots We also wrsh to thank Mr Howard Mellang the Amerrcan Yearbook Com pany representatrve who was always on hand to grve help ful suggestrons Srnce thus rs our last contrrbutron to the school we the annual staff and the class of 59 srncerely hope that you the readers wrll enloy our account of the events at S H S as much as we have enloyed portrayrng them rn thrs annual THE EDITORS l II I ' ' 1 l ll I t t I . I s 1 1 I 1 ll 1 I n 1 If 1 . - s Q . ' , , . . . . . . , . , . . , . through the many pictures and write-ups. , ' . ' , . . . I . ' I I l I ' . . I D I . . , . . . , ' . . . . . . I . , . 1 I , , . . . '- . I I 4-is Educ and Staff ROW l Bev Folkers Phyllls Woessner Duane Kauffman typlsfs ROW 2 Bob Freeman Jam Schreiner phofogra phers George Davls arf edxtor Jane1Weizell club ed for Ken Small port s all editor 5645! ip-fb E Ll?"-tbl' r ROW l Carolyn Hess Mary Gariner Susan Gosheri Judy Johnson Jean Walker Sue Scot? Karen Adams Sandy Harding Bev Folkers ROW 2 Tam Goodall Susan Lundstrom Vnrgmla Andreas Carol Phnllups Elsie Hook Alfred E Neuman Nancy Stanley Pat Vuriue Cherie Cummings Sharon Penhallow Nancy Hunrnchs Nrlckn Allen ROW 7 Pele McRoy buslne s m1naJer Bob McCormack Mary Jane Howe Sue Wefzel Phyllls Woessner Duane Kantos Alice Charleston Ruchard Wulllams Sue Hager Glenlce Rlddle Frances Farver Lnnda Bradley Jean Robinson Sandy lyons Dave Allen Barb Behrens Edlth Melllnger Bonnne Card Ben Kolls A Dog 45 : , , , . : 1 1 ' 1 1 1 I ' 1 1 -1 ' I L12 ,fe , . Ia ,Y 1 . ' . I 'V' f ' - ' ,1 A ' 4 -I 4,1 , X 4 --yi Y - F. x ,, - ' . fl - 3 1 I 1 1 1 1 1 1 - I 1 1 1 1 I -11 1 5 i 5' I 1 1 1 1 ROW I Ken Small Carol Meldorf business manager Kris Ahling Mr Roley advisor Mel Fell John Eilert Marty Thomas Jean Myers edltor Ann Schuneman osslstant editor Pete McRoy photographer Sherron McFalls Virginia Andreas Joan Gehring Judy Fisher Janice ROW Q Jean Johnson Jon Kelser Sue Polonec Margaret Bowman Bud Lamberson Fransen Leanne Lambert John Williams port staff edltor Judy Landis year the addition of a Script homeroom helped to in crease the efhciency with which the paper was run This year the Script came out every three weeks Having achieved a first class rating for 'I957 T958 the Script set the All American rating the highest honor that The stat? for the Script included Kristeen Ahling editor in chief Ann Schuneman assistant editor John Williams sport stat? editor Carol June Meldorf business manager Pete McRoy photographer and Marty Thomas cartoon editor Their helpful advisor was Mr Roley Although the journalism class was discontinued this can be awarded a high school paper, as this year's goal. . . . . l . . - . 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ROW l Elusabeth Lamm Krusteen Ahlung Ken Axelson Jum Ague Small Gene Coats Mr Tonkun advusor Duane Stern Judy Landes Phyllus Woessner Ruchard Wulluams Jean Myers Janet Wetzell Sue Jon Kelser Karen Adams Jeanette Kosuer Hawkuns Ben Kolus ROW 2 Sue Scott Jannet Taylor Duane Kontos Ken The Natuonal Honor Socuety was organuzed un T921 and our own local chapter was started un T949 The organuzers were a group of hugh school pruncupals who felt that more recognutuon should be guven to students who achueve hugh scholastuc records New members are chosen on the basus of leadershup servuce and character un addutuon to scholarshup They are selected through careful consuderatuon of the faculty New members are unducted at a very umpressuve tappung ceremony At thus unductuon they recute the follow ung pledge I pledge myself to uphold the hugh purpose of the Natuonal Honor Socuety to whuch l have been elected I wull be loyal at all tumes to my school and wull mauntaun and encourage hugh standards of scholarshup leadershup character and servuce The Honor Socuety sponsors the tradutuonal Hall Hop and sells refreshments at several basketball games as ways of rausung money for theur scholarshup fund Each year they guve away a scholarshup to a member of the senuor class to help them pay theur college expenses The group also plans theur own unductuon ceremonues The Honor Socuety was led thus year by Phyllus Woessner presudent Ruchard Wulluams vuce presudent .lean Myers secretary and Jum Ague treasurer Mr WulluamJ Tonlcun was theur very capable and experuenced advusor l , . 3 1 N . , -K. 2 1 1 1 1 1 1 . 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 - 1 - I 1 1 1 1 I . . . . H . , , . . . . . . . H ,, 1 1 1 1 1, . ,, . . . . . . . . . . ' ' 1 1 1 I - I ,, . . . . . . , , . . . 1 I ROW If Judy Hitchcock, Jane Weatherwax, Susie Leseman. ROW 2: Pat Propheter, Karen Adams, Sue Goshert. ROW 3: Barb Bogott, Gayleen Chew, Betty Kalkwarf. ROW 41 Ann Schunemon, Carol Phillips, Connie Jackson. ROW 5: Doug Zemke, Herman Rodriquez, John Gonsolez. ROW 6: lee Johnson, Abel Taualii, Bill Cheshier. ROW 71 Jim Brauer, Doug Bones, Ben Kolis. The Student Council, under the guidance of Mr. Olson, odvisor, wos led by Ken Small, president, Bob McCormick, vice-president, Jim Loos, secretory, and Fred Gebhardt, treasurer. As usual the Student Council had a very successful and busy year. 48 to ROW l: Diane Gates, Nancy Reecher, Jill Weafherwax, Jean Myers. ROW 2: MaryAnn Hess, Sharon Cassesns, Charlene Wheal. ROW 3: Mickey Van Blair, Judy Null, Pam Leniz. ROW 4: Lee Drynan, Mike Lallerty, George Keller. ROW 51 Dan Marshall, Larry DeJonge, Tom Moore. ROW 6: John Wendell, Jack Speer, Dave Beauchamp. The Studenl Council's activities included the sponsoring of the Homecoming Parade, 1he election of the Homecoming Queen, The introduciion of the Code of Conduct, ihe decoration of the Christmas tree, the operation of the school supply store, and ihe sponsorship of the annual Twirp Season. 49 -1 ROW I Margie Knuth Brenda Compton Connue Jackson Susan Haw Barb Behrens Elanne Benson Carolyn Hess Bev Folkers ROW 4 Jon kms Dotty Benter Tam Goodall .loan Gehrmg June Fransen Nancy Kelser Jam Ague Nlle Hager Dave Allen Ken Axelson Dave Drane Ebersole ROW 2 Frances Farver Duane Kontos Lloyd Casey Gene Tum Frazer Warren GIHYOW Ben Kolus George Davis Cherie Cummmgs Coats Phnl Connell Melvln Halversen Bob Freeman Donna Keellng Krlsteen Ahlmg Vrrgmna Andreas Margaret Bowman ROW3 Karen Adams Sue Goshert The Campus Club ns an orgamzatnon composed ot lumors and sensors who plan to contunue thenr eclucatuon In college The club offers college facts and mformatnon that as helpful to prospectlve college students Durmg the year the students meet with representatlves from varnous colleges and umversutles nn whuch they are Interested 50 .lwilf 'r'iQ.,..-..aadv1"""' ROWI Paula Wmdsor Janet Wefzell Phyllls Woessner Carol Phnlllps elle KOSIGI' PG? Wwkey Edlfh Melllrlger 509 5C0lf CGr0l Smllh Sue Lundsfrom Janne! Tayler Nancy Stanley Ann Schuneman ROW 2 ROW 4 Ken Small Bob MCCOrmICll Jim TUClKer Wdyne Wvde Jack June Lee Pa? Vlrfue Sue Polonec Judy Lnndls Lyle Wade Bull Oswald Speer Evan Moore Dave Thomas Bob Link Gary Noon John Wash Ed Wesner Denny Yeager Jim Schrlener Pele McRoy Ellsabefh Lamm burn John Wrllnams ROW 3 Mlss Krughoff Jean Myers Sandy Harflng Sue Wefzel Jean The Campus Club was guuded by Mlss Mlldred Krughoff, who IS an excellent college counselor and odvlsor Mass Krughoff keeps a thorough flle of all prospechve college students The ofllcers thus year were Dave Allen, president Ben Kolls, vrce president Jxm Ague, secretory and Jon Kelser, program chairman 31 . , I .W ,A , . .. , , , 4- . W , .. r : 1 1 , , 1 I I I ' I I I . C 1 I I I I I I I I I 1 I I I I I ' I I I I I T ' I - I , . ROW l Sharon Johnson Judy Wade Nrkku Allen Charlene Wheof Tlllle Aguilar ROW 3 Pa? Free! Doroihy Adams Lmda Bradley Paula Jamce Swemlnne Lnnda Wallns ROW 2 Karm Walker Diana Kauf'Tman Wmdsor Sharon Seloover Sharon Wolfe Joyce Barihelme Sherron Judy Johnson Dara Erb Sue Woodrlng Carolyn Smith Sharon Vance MCFQIIS Bev Roberts Joyce Bnckley In nts second year the Nurses Club had several miereshng programs wnth nurses from varrous nursung schools gnvmg unformahve talks 'to the members The Nurses Club ns a dlvusnon of 1he Campus Club It helps un selechng the college or hospnal In which the members are mteresled The club was headed by Nnkkn Allen president and Charlene Wheat, secretary The club s advusor rs Mrs Hawkms the school nurse 3 ROW l Mlss Mane Dickson advisor Bev Folkers presldent Jeannle Flelds Caren Barrus Dora Jane Kurk Alice Flsch Eileen RoloH Brenda Bush vice presrdent Kay Gebhardt secretary Jeanette Mllles treasurer Compton ROW 4 Claudia Neahrlng Joanne Johnson Carol Barrus ROW 2 Susan Goshert Sandy Vogel Sandy Hartlng Judy Hitchcock Pat Virtue June Lee Jannet Taylor Jan Eveland Susie Smith Elaine Benson Mary Stanley ROW 3 Susle Schick Kay The Future Teachers organuzatlon lomed wnth the Spanish Club In glvmg a Chrlstmas party for Mexican children In the pnmary grades of all the grade schools Thus gave the Future Teachers a chance to work with children like those they may be teachmg In the future Also an opportumty was offered to the members to spend a day teaching In the elementary schools The officers for the past year were Beverly Folkers, presndent Jean Bush vnce presudent Kay Gebhardt, secretary and Jeanette Mulles treasurer The advisor ns Mass Marne Duckson 53 2 ' ' ' , 4 2 , ' 1 ' ' I , , ' ' , ' , , J - ' 2 , 1 ' , - - 1 ' ' , , , : I I I I . I . I I I 1 . . I . I . : . . l ' 2 , ' - ' 7 I . I I . . . . . - ROW l Bonme Card secretary Judy Landis president Sharon John Mary Woodson publrc reratrons Susan Leseman Parlrarnentarran Bev son vlce presrdent Norlyn Frrtz treasurer ROW 2 SaradellSferenberg Folkers recreatlon chalrman Nlklu Allen protects Mrs Dlllon advlsor The Future Homemakers were actnve thus year wuth state achvutles such as Leadership Trarnmg School a fall rally, and Leadershrp Trarnmg Camp The local achvmes rncluded Famrly Nate, a Chrlstmas party The formal mmatron of new members and ofhcers and the annual sprung style show Offlcers for the year were Judy Landrs presldent Sharon Johnson, vuce presrclent Bonme Card, secretary and Norlyn Frrtz, treasurer The very capable advisors were Mrs Vrola Martm and Mrs Dorrs Drllon The chapter mother was Mrs Jack Allen 54 i - I F -I . 7 - I , , . I . 1 . . I I , - , I . I I I I I . . 7 . . I . 5 I . I . 4 historiang Mrs. Martin, advlsor, Ann Aschbrenner, degrees chairman, , . I I 1 I ' I .., Q . . NH IC' l ROWI Carolyn Las? llla Freas Carol Smith Kay Oliver Ardyce Durr Donna Reed Sharon Wolfe Judy Hufchcock Jean Robmson Nancy Carole Geesey Mary Jane Baffles Marilyn Smnh Marlene Cobb R Hmrlchs June Lee Dianne McDeormon Dora Jane Kurk Sandra becca Mendoza Sharon Slufer Romola Wenk Barb Moore ROW Q Hlnrlchs Joyce Kurby Karan Walker Ruth Shank Pot Krender Loretta Needy W' EE- 112 re W 1 1 I gm 382- 5191 vf T nm ROW 1 Sharon Lamberson Carol Mafzmk Hornet Moch Carol Ham Reecher Carol Parlner Ruth Woaner ROW 3 Lmda Bolster Duane son Julne Thompson Shlela Froefer Roberta Smnh ROA 2 Lrnda L Fordham Mary Elmendorf Bev Smnh Beth Ahrens Nancy Kmdle Favre Lars Boyer Sandra Shurnan Dorothy Mnnogue Pat Tucker Nancy Brenda Compton Carol Wnllnoms Carol Hudson Alnce Charlesfon OJ 'W A ' i I I ---.. 5 fl 4 : ' 'M 5 - ,313 . , , 1 N 1 131 -1 V I '. 1, 1 O, 1 f, i' 1 . : I I . I ' I I I I I I . 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The Trade School Club us an organuzatuon headed by Mr John Strenge The purpose of the club us to offer unformatuon concernung further educatuon un the field of mechanucs The club us composed of those boys who are takung shop who wush to find out about a trade school that they may attend after hugh school ROW l Gary Stevens Duck Morton Roger Powell Cecul Danuels La verne Blosser Bull Mylun ROW 2 larry Bender Dennus Love Larry Col ROW 3 Neul Mooreheacl Jack Stelzer Jeff Wrught Muke Taft Warren Guffrow Jerry Stralow Nyle Hager Bob Lunk ROW 4 John Mulles Steve Hart Chuck Herbon ROW 5 Mauruce Sweutzer Myron Deets Wulbur Sage Don Hucks Jerry Reecher Duck Huber Rene Colun Larry Tucker LeRoy Puzarro Ray Carlson The aum of the Future Farmers of Ameruca us to promote better farmung methods among the boys unterested un farmung Thus years Sterlung chapter was fortunate un havung the first place land uudgung team un the sectuon The Sterlung FFA has worked hard and gauned much honor thus year Much of the credut us guven to Mr Schuck the faculty advusor and the chapter officers who were Duane Stern Larry Gerlach Earl Janssen Tom Tyne Don Charleston and Phulup Shank berg, Bill Duncan, Dave Shearburn, Clyde Wentling, Rich Williams. Geesey, Jerry Barlett. ROW 6: Jim Beggerow, Ron Vaughn, Jimmy . . ' . I . I I I I I I D. ' 56 "wi ROW l Tom Tyne reporter Larry Gerloch vice president Duane Davnd Hoover Barry Russell Rncky Allen Rusty Fulfs Don Shoaf Stern presldenf Earl Janssen secretory Phllnp Shank treasurer Mr Schick ROW 3 Arlyn Folkers Jack Hlppen Sieve Partridge Don Charleslon sentmczl ROW 2 Alan Wnldmun Larry De Jonge Gary Elmendorf Kenny Lenz Merle Schaver --u- ROW T Duck Osiema Gene Ulm Don Ebergole Roger In-,mel B,Il Ruchard Harrmgfon David Haak ROW 3 La Verne Woessner L Tyne Jrm Wise George Straw ROW 2 Johnny Olfmgns Donald land Ellerls Lyle Reed Dale Cohenour ROW 4 Vern Ebersole Reed Rnchard Sawyer Ken Slanley Dennis Daly Rnchard Keller D0V'dB090l7R0f10ldR0bIf1S 57 O Thus year the Dramatic Club Introduced a new feature Into thesr regular meetings Film strnps and slats featuring club members were presented at the monthly meetlngs In November the club presented Its annual play This year they chose The Curlous Savage a comedy whnch was very well recexved by audnences The officers of the club were John Wllltams p eswdent Duane Kontos vace presldent Eduth Mellunger secretary and John Gerber treasurer Mr Hunklns us the faculty advrsor 58 , . . . ,, . ,I . . . 1 1 ' . . V . H . . F . . . r ' 1 1 r 1 2 I A - . P ro Jlm Beggerow Jnm Tucker Louie Zum ROW l Chuck Herbon Le Roy uzar which ns composed of those hugh bruno school students who ore The 18 Club as o group Th lub IS led by Le Roy Pnzorro eughteen yea president rs or older who wlsh to donote blood e c 59 Mr Floyd Hunsburger advtsor Dave Thomas president .lam Brauer vlce president Ben Kolls secretary treasurer The 'S' Club was orxglnatecl In 1932 by our present prlnclpal, Roscoe Eades At that tlme he was the athletlc dlrector at our hugh school Smce he became prnncupal In 1933 Theodore Schend Jr became the sponsor Mr Schelcl retlred ln 1951 when Floyd Huns burger took over The flrst presuclent under Mr Scheld was Emery Moore and our presudent thus past year was Davucl Thomas The S Club was orgamzed for the purpose of grvlng athletes more recognuhon Any athlete havmg earned a mnnor or malor letter may become a member The clubs mam actlvltues are sellmg football programs ushering at basketball games and put tlng on an annual carmval An annual banquet for members IS another S Club actlv :ty The sensor members of the club are presented wlth lapel puns, whnch symbollze an actlve membership wlthln the club The 'S' Club ns one of the most actlve clubs In school, and thus years club has been the most achve ln the ' S ' Club s history 60 ' I I I I I ' I I ' , 1 . . . . . - I I 'I - ' I ' . . , 1, H . . . . . . . . , I I ' ' - - II II - I I - - f - I - v I I I - FIRST ROW Dave Krender Pete Baralas Ben Kolns Larry Braun Henry Heckman Bull Oswald George Davus Ron Zemke Dale Smuth Don LeFevere Kent Kosler SECOND ROW Jlm Tucker Nlle Hager Duck Huber John Luttle Jam Ague Bob McCormack Jlm Allen Mike Taft Bob Freeman Paul Stewart Gordon Summers THIRD ROW Mr Mc Murry Ken Small Jam Tarner Ron Hedrnck Dan Welker Jlm Murphy Dave Allen Gary Noon Dove Thomas Keith Koster Duck Hawklns Max Hacker George Beatty Mr Hunsberger FOURTH ROW Lloyd Casey Phnl Snnroll Doug Bones Dave Shearburn Jack Speer John Wullns Ruchard Wlllxams Jim Laos Abel Tauallv Jam Brauer John Andreas Davnd Beauchamp Mr Musgrove 1 I FIRST ROW Merle Heckman Charles Buckley Gary Wegner Jerry Tuft Nell Morehead Tom Moore Jam Hussung John Washburn SECOND ROW Richard Luptok Fred Davis June Lee Don Cramer Mnke Laflerty Dan Marshall John Wendell John Zaeske THIRD ROW Mr Schultz Bull Duncan Marvm Stevens Denny Jokerst Ken -J I Lentz John Ware Denny Walrath Chuck Prentice Terry Walker Dave Muller Duck Nance Rudy Salduvar FOURTH ROW Jlm Wnse Fred Gebhardt Harry Stewart Denny Stewart Ron Vaughn Marv Harney Steve Partrrdge Eugene Hafner Dave Drane Earl Jansen Loren McCune Jnm Morris Q, 14.4.5 ' Zane-wi FIRST ROW Mnss Baxter Jean Myers Jeanette Mllles Mary Stanley Sharon Hall Kay Gebhardt Tam Goodall Lorrame Thlelen Mass Karen Adams Susan Goshort Sue Scott Krls Ahlmg Mnss Thomson Moore SECOND ROW Mlss Jacobsen Jeanette Kosler Jan Dickenson The GAA Executlve Board IS the governing group of the Glrls Athlehc Assoclatlon It consrsts of the officers and four representatlves from each class The board has a potluck supper once a month After the supper a busuness meeting us conducted At this meetmg problems of the organlzatlon are worked out, and Ideas for improving GAA are presented The Glrls Athletic Assocuatnon has had a very busy and successful program thus year The mann actnvltnes of G AA thus year were soccer volleyball basketball aerual darts and softball Three other organized sports that were offered for the first tnme thus year were swlmmlng, tennls, and bowling Thus years chocolate sale was a huge success The sale was ended after sellmg 4700 bars The wmners were presented wnth money bags containing silver dollars Pnzes ranged from flve to twenty five dollars 2 5 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 . . 2 1 1 1 . . . - 1 . . . . , . . I . 1 . . ' ' - 1 I 1 I . - I - , . .,4.,4..4' FIRST ROW Jeanette Koster Bonme Dahlgren Donna Maxey Duane Kontos SECOND ROW Bettne Wulson Norma Mammosser Wllma Bnelema Barb Koster Lorrame Thnelen Jeanette Mllles June Fransen The leadershup club of the GAA ns composed of volunteer gurls who were Interested nn furthermg theur knowledge of the rules of the games In whlch they partlclpate Because of thus knowledge these gurls and the advisors as referees umpxres and score keepers tional Lee Rider Romp Events for the members Included the Bug and Llttle Snster Plcmc the Freshman Incluctnon Dad and Daughter Night and the Mother and Daughter Tea The GAA was headed by Jeanette Koster presudent Tam Goodall first vice presldent Karen Adams second vlce president Pat Helms secretary and Lorram T le len, treasurer The advisors were Mlss Moore Mnss Baxter, Mlss Thomson and Mass Jacobson 63 Many successful events were sponsored by the G.A.A. Among these was the tradi- ' 2 , ' - ' 1 , z ' lf ' 14,4 'Nw FIRST ROW Shan Mackeprang Karen Redfield Carol Wnlllams Ja anna Peterson Barb Kosler Judy Cullms Jane Prophefer Faye Charlesfon Kafhy Gariner Carol Ann Olds Donna Barber Karen Susle Leseman Sandy Siralow Phyllns Woessner Becky Warner Elame Benson Lnnda Suloll Belly Kalkwarf Judy Hnfchcock Judy Jurkens Janet Abner Marcele Bachman THIRD ROW Deity Benfer Caren Barrus Sue Manon Karen Hodge Sandy Jackson Jane! Wefzell Carol Harruson Sue Hager Pai Prophefer Sue Segnerx Pat Mary Stanley FOURTH ROW Carol Mock Ruta Plzarro Jean Robm son Sharyn Sfewar? Kris Ahlnng Carol Harden Mary Kay Plaufz FIRST ROW Belh Ahrens Bonnie Marschang Pal Brauer Linda Woos Iey Marne Buyers Jud: Mnracle Babs Brunk Jeaneite Mulles SECOND ROW Janice Braun Mary Ann Mee Susan Gariner Donna Maxey Lyn Kay Wolfe Debbue Burnshne Sara Kanlos Judy Bragg Belhe Wllson Sandra Frliz Norlyn Fmz Kay Fnelds Sue Lundsirom Jean Walker THIRD ROW l.mda Gehrmg Marlene Garwlck Joyce Mar fn Barb Turner Saradelle Sierenberg Shirley Hammelman Barb Moore Ann Shuman Carol Schonwlse Mary Ann Shuman Merida Thomson FOURTH ROW Tam Goodall Pa! Elllson Dora Jane Kurk Norma Mammosser Arlene Mnchels Karen Adams Pat Vlriue 1 I ' 'Q' 4 K . 7 Y I I In , Ie A . W i K f I - If Y ' 4 3 . 1 I l l I ' I 1 - 5 I I . I I I I I I I I I I I I I ' I I I -I Gronis, Nancy Clark. SECOND ROW: Diane Balsler, Carol Barrus, Wetzell, Jan Johnson, Carolyn Haines, Befiy Turner, Janet Axelson, I I I ' I I - I I I ' I . ' . I V V V . I I I . I I I ' : I . I I . ' ' 5 . 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' 64 A 11.43 FIRST ROW Carol Matzmck Barb Behrens Roberta Smuth Sandra Hlnrlchs Judy Argraves Sheila Froeter Jean Myers SECOND ROW Pat Wlckey Janice Lindsay Sharon Harms Nancy Minogue Sharon Surratt Bonnie Dahlgren Duane Gates Ruth Howard Sherllyn Noon Shtrley Crofton Corinne Cobb Susan Hawluns Beverly Smith THIRD ROW Donna Reecl Carol Coonrad Susan Goshart Sue Wetzel Sue Scott Julne Thompson Ardyce Durr Gem Rasmussen Sharon Cassens Ruth Mendez FOURTH ROW Sharon Hall Duane Kontos Carol Phllllps Krns Ahllng Kay Gebhardt Vlckl Carlton Sharon Johnson Carol McFaIIs Lrnda Bolster Maureen Rohr Judy Starns FIRST ROW Conme Hager Gayleen Chew Susie Schlck Lunda Farny Dlano Kauffman Jane Stanley Carolyn Smnth Beth Cummmgs Carol Hudson Carolyn Hafner Marrlane Howe SECOND ROW Georgla Johnson Mary Ruta Gartner Jeanette Koster Georgra Whlte Donna Blodgett Sandy Wells Jayne Weaver Nancy Reecher Pat Tucker Marlene Cobb Wulma Blelma Karleen Dunbar Betty Charleston June Fransen Jay Loos THIRD ROW Jannet Tawl r Nancy Kmdle Nan Wheelock Barb Werner Peggy Hall Kcmn Ruth Roberta Lorenz Duanne Bates Joan Lockhart Karen Kochl v Cherue Cummlngs Nancy Stanley Lorraine Th elen Je-cn Johns n Jan Dlclunson Judy Bartlett Joyce Jones I 1 ' 1 1 ' 1 1 1 ' 1 1 ' 1 " 1 1 ' 1 . : 1 . 1 1 ' . I . . i I . I I .. I . . , I .. I I - I . I I I I I - I I I . I J I . I ' ' ' : I I I I r I ' I I . . I ' I I I ' I: I I I . I l I U I I I ' T I I .. ' I I I A I I 3 C . I . I .I . ., . . , I . i I A is I I I I I . I I ' I I A V I I 65 A-ed M4 fpr- ed. CLOCKWISE Dee Lambert Jull Weatherwax Karen Koehler .lum Gebhardt Luncla Bradley Mary Ann Mee Jum Laos Mary Kay Tucker Jeanue Mylun Pam lentz Gwen Macheal Janet Wetzell Plautz Norma Potts Gordon Summers Carol Hudson Jum Wuse Marlene Garwuck Jean Myers Ken Small Sue Scott Fred The YMYW Co ed Councul us an actuve organuzatuon whuch sponsors the Back to School Dance the Backward Bop the Sno Ball Formal and a Sprung Dance The annual Easter Sun ruse Servuce and breakfast un whuch the students partucupate us also sponsored by the councul Thus year the councul had 35 members who were representatuves of Sterlung and Rock Falls hugh schools Foster actuvutues for the betterment of the youth of our communuty us the Co ed Coun cul s purpose Thus year a revused constututuon was put unto eltect to umprove the councul The councul was led by co presudents .lean Myers ancl Ken Small vuce presudent Sherry Wheelock secretary Sue Scott and treasurer Marlene Garwuck 66 -wg SEATED Sue Ann Wetzel Davld Allen Bob McCormick STANDING Gwen Machael Mary Ann Mee Ron Zemke Pam Lentz Denny Stewart Gary Noon Susan Hawkins Janet Wetzell The Teen Haven Youth Councll, whlch IS composed of students from Sterling and Rock Falls, plans the record dances followmg the football and basketball games Each year the councll gnves part of nts proceeds to the poluo fund and another part to buy equipment for the use of members of the Y M C A Thus year's council was headed by preszdent, Dave Allen The other officers were Bob McCormuck, vnce president, Sue Ann Wetzel, secretary, and Ron Zemke, treasurer Theur helpful advusor was Mr Richard Dnttman 67 I J, -ff . I v Vs 'qf f 1 4 3 T 9' , 3 7 T N. P W FIRST ROW Sharon Vance Connue Jackson Brenda Compton Jan bara Hartsfield Rnchard Wrllnams Dave Drone Pat Book John Ice Swemlme Nancy Stanley Sue Polenec Sue Lundstrom Julue Washburn Judy Johnson Don Woodyatt Trllue Agurlar Lloyd Casey Davis John Little Marvin Black Dnane Eshleman Roy Adams Bar The purpose of the Scrence Club us to create a greater and more actlve nnterest In science and to stlmulate a more active partlclpatuon of the students nn prolects that would cause them to apply the knowledge ganned rn the classroom A program of trups, talks and prolects to develop and apply thus desired unterest was led thus year by the presnclent Ron Zemke Assisting hum were Richard Snowberg vuce president Elnsabeth Lamm secretary and Pete McRoy treasurer Mr Sherman and Mr Speer were the capable advnsors 68 A l X' L 5 F W 5 King, Diane Kontos. SECOND ROW: Mr. Sherman, Bill Wagner, Bill Jan Digman, Ben Kolis, Bob Freeman, Jim Ague. I ' I - ' 2 ' , 2 , . - 45, ll FlRSl' RON Paula Wmdsor Georgla Johnson Duane Fordham Alice Fusch Sharon Harms Margaret Lamm Ron Zemlre Pele McRoy Elnsabelh Lamm Rlchard Snowberg Vurgmla Andreas SECOND ROW M1keLaf'lerly Mr Speer Melvin Kenny John Besse Mike Mc Fadden Davnd Straw Larry McMurry David Krneder Dale Smith Myron Deefs Gary Wesner Perry Duns Ken Axelson Ronnne Folfz Duck Hawknns Robb Powell Gary McNunch Waller Smufh Davnd Gray lvun Zaremba Mnke Selle!! Denny Yeager Melvm Halver son Dan Pomones Tom Warner ai 'lf gxx FIRST ROW Marvln Black ball Johnson Larry McMurry Nile Hager Apple Mr Sherman THIRD ROW Walter Smith Jlm Morrls Gene Dave Shearburn Ronme Foltz Gene Compton SECOND ROW Paula Coats Jlm Tucker Rrchard Wllluams Ronme Vaughn Tom Moore Wmdsor Vurgnnua Andreas Ruth Mendez Brenda Compton Bar FOREGROUND Jum Schreiner Pete McRoy and Bob Freeman bara Hartsfield Joan Lockhart Margaret Lomm Jan Johnson Jody Under the guidance ot Mr Sherman the Camera Club entertained a busy year at SHS Besrdes learning how to take and print good pictures, learnmg good dark room procedure and taking candid pnctures of basketball and football games, the Camera Club took prctures for the Scrnpt and Annual staffs The officers were Gene Coats, presldent Ron Foltz, vice president and Brenda Compton secretary treasurer 10 Nu.- FIRST ROW Elsue Hook Sandy Hartmg Sharon Penhollow Tam Goodall Margaret Bowman Ann Schuneman Phyllls Woessner Bonnie Card SECOND ROW Duane McDearmon Barb lmmel Sharon Wolf June Lee Carolyn Fowler Elaine Benson Msss Krug hott Edith Melllnger Karen Adams Krls Ahllng Carol Conklen Pat Virtue THIRD ROW Pat McFadden Ellen Carey Carolyn Hess Sue Woodrlng Sue Scott Jeanette Koster Sue Lundstrom Nnklu Allen Brenda Compton Duane Kontos Norma Mammosser Lee Sup erly Gene Coats FOURTH ROW Henry Heckman Bull Oswald My ron Deets Dave Thomas Bob Link Gary Noon Dave Allen Ken Axel son Duane Stern Jerry Waller .lon Kelser Jack Speer Ben Kolus Jerry Kenny Jam Ague Phnl Connell Ken Small Under the capable supervision of Mass Mllclred Krughoft the momtors fulfilled their responsnbulmes quute well The dunes of the monntors were to greet vusttors, keep the halls qunet and collect the attendance slups l O FIRST ROW Barb Koster Donna Keellng Jane Moore Pat McFalls Oluver Sharon Slxfer Mlss Fadden Carol Shetler FOURTH ROW Judy Muller Ellzabeth Jewell SECOND ROW Carol Harden Amta Lorrame Thlelen Joyce Brlclcley Sue Loos Dora Jane Kurk Mrs art Karen Ruth Lunda Gehrnng THIRD ROW Sue Polonec Kay Thus years group of llbraruans was led by Sandy Jackson who ns also Recordung Secretary for the Rock River Student Lnbraruan Assocuatuon Mass Vella Fadden, anded by her secretary and asslstant Mrs Barbara Kuncle was the faculty sponsor Money was obtarned for the Christmas Party Annual Banquet, and plcnuc by selling statuonery and havlng bake sales 72 : . I - I I I ' I . I I V ' I I U ' Z I . I ' I I I I I Sweitzer, Jan Dusing, Sandy Jackson, Beverly Smith, Nancy Stew- Kunde, Connie Reed. I I Q I ' : I . , . . - - ' I ' I ' f fad- FIRST ROW Jannet Taylor Nikki Allen Ken Axelson Bob Freeman reen Esch Mickey VanBlalr Joyce Barthleme Elisabeth Lamm Kris John Gerber SECOND ROW Tom Hllger Betty Kalkwarf Janel Ahling Margie Knuth Mr Schuler Pat Wlclcey Jackie Thummel Axelson Carol Meldorf Elaine Benson Joan Gehrlng Judy Johnson FOURTH ROW Jon Kelser Ronnie Foltz Bill Davis Dave Drone Tum Georgia Behrens Marruanne Hess Diane Eshleman THlRD ROW Frazer GallJohnson Dennis Yeager Carol Benson Barbara Bogott Karleen Dunbar Bev Folkers Mau The Modern Music Masters is organized for the purpose of fostering a greater unter est in solo, ensemble band and orchestra performance The group is encouraged to musical literature Thereby the provision is made to increase and advance the spirit of good music and musical knowledge and further the reputation of our school as a musical center The local chapter meets monthly in private homes of its members The meetings are held on Sunday for the purpose of transactmg business, performance of student musi clans and the enloyment of a social hour The Modern Music Masters commonly called Tri M has been under the leadership of Ken Axelson pesident Bob Freeman vice president Nikki Allen, secretary Jannet Taylor teasurer John Gerber histo van and Mr G Jack Schuler, sponsor The group initiated fourteen new members In November, which enlarged the Club to represent one fourth of the music department TrnM is an international musical organization whose headquarters are located in Park Ridge Illinois Our local society was honored to hear of Ken Axelsons appomtment to the state office of sergeant at arms 73 I I ' develop better and more discriminating habits in the listening to and the performing of , . . I .. I . 1 7' l I 1 l ' . I 1 - I , r , , Q r' g . . . . . . . , . , . FIRST ROW Claudia Neahrmg June Lee Jam Phllllps Roberta Smuth SECOND ROW Bill Reynolds Mr Klrch ner Mike Sellett Bull Wagner Barbara Bogott John Wllllams John Euler! Mr Roley Jack Goldberg The hard workmg debate squad, Increased substantlally smce last year, dld very well In a season whuch uncluded sponsormg a tournament here at Sterlnng Debating the topic mvolvmg a change from the present system of Amerucan educa tlon were an exceptuonally strong sub varsity and CI solid varsuty coached by Mr Krrch ner and Mr Roley 74 7 1 r 1 - 1 1 - 1 1 1 1 1 1 4 1 - . I . . COUNTERCLOCKWISE FROM TOP Jane Moore Perry Duns Phyllis son Betty Gerlcen Georgia Behrens Pete Wheeler Sharon Surratt Waessner Clarence Frank Judy Landis Karen Koehler Karen All: Roy Adams Joanna Peterson Bull Reynolds Mass Salzeldler son Corrine Cobb Jackie Thummel Duane Eshleman Cheryl Behrens OFFVCERS Ken Axelson Betty Kalkwarf Carol Benson Mike Sel Bonnie Dahlgren Barb Kosler Pat Brauer Barb Bogott Janet Axel lett Bull Wagner son Susan Putnam Jill Weatherwax Joanne Johnson Janice Duclun Betty Kalkwarf vice president Carol Benson secretary Mike Sellett Treasurer Bll Wagner reporter and Miss Salzsuedler advisor This year a new plan was initiated for membership in Latin Club In addition to being enrolled in Latin class, club members were required to maintain a B average in the course The activities of the Latin Club included entering a float in the homecoming parade giving a Christmas basket to a needy family and sponsoring the annual Roman ban quet 75 The Latin Club had an active year under the leadership of Ken Axelson, presidentg , l - ' 1 z , J I , J l , z ' ' , ' - . . . . . ,, ,, . I I . LEFT TO RIGHT Joyce Bartholome Muss Straw Carol Phullups Denny Stewart Glorua Kalen John Eulert Ann Schuneman Margaret Bowman Januce Deem Susan Goshart Carol Benushek Dorothy Wolf Morgue Knuth Georguo Johnson The purpose of the French Club us to acquaunt the students wuth the customs and habuts of France and uts people Thus years French students who are automatucally members of the French Club planned to make thus year theur best A trup to Chucago was planned for the second semester un whuch the students enuoyed seeung the stage show Gugu e officers for the year were Maruorue Knuth presuderut Januce Deem vuce presudent Susan Goshart secretary and Glorua Kalen treasurer Muss Ruth Straw was the club ad vusor 76 5 I I I I I I 1 1 1 1 1 1 ' 1 - 1 . 1 I . . . . ,, . . H Th 1 1 I ' 1 I I I - ' FIRST ROW lvan Zaremba Brenda Compton Carol Smrth Jody Apple Ken Freeman SECOND ROW Amta Strenge Carol Harden Loretta Needy Mary Ann Mee Jewel Lamb THIRD ROW Phrl Slnroll Jerry Gholson Dale Smith Tum Keller Mnss Straw Robb Powell Fred Davus John Llttle The purpose of the Spanrsh Club rs to further mterest and knowledge an the customs and tradmons of the varlous Spanrsh speaking countrles The Chrrstmas party for young Mexlcan chrldren now an annual event was held at Wallace School on December 14 ln the sprung members attended the State conven tron The Spamsh Club also celebrated Pan Amerucan Day The officers for the past year were Brenda Compton presldent Mary Ann Mee vnce presudent Jody Apple secretary and Robb Powell treasurer Mrss Ruth Straw was the advrsor 77 "? ' WM if -5 ,W - 1,1 , L J ,HY ,ww ,MH , ,w,,,,u ,, W Andn'Inndu2 fn, wen mov Q,- . x W G UQM e 16 78 on 4,68 yo ohio, lbs 'S fshe misses A .Q 5' W 3 ' M as ik uw?" 1 ,f , '-5, ww., we . 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L vww.l.,2 N it QMLLLQTE . , 1 Q , jg JW, :kk . ,: ,W 5 4 7 L ii S rg y L A Mr Tonkm Mr Schuler Zadedddm The Robed Choir consisted of eighty students chosen from the lumor and senior classes this year They began concert season with partlclpatlon in the NCIC music festival held in DeKalb The Christmas con certs were given nn the St Pauls and Messiah Lutheran Churches The highlight of the concerts were three numbers from George Frederick Handels Messiah And the Glory of the Lord O Thou that Tellest Good Tidings to Zion and the Hallelulah Chorus 'Ecard The SHS band IS one of the most active groups in the school With the begmmng of school the football band began marchmg up and down and across the entered the field for a half time show Practice con tmued feverishly under the direction of Richard Snow berg drum mayor and Mr Schuler The band marched In three parades this year one of them an out of town engagement During basketball season there was a volunteer pep band of thirty three students With the close of football season the band started a seven month concert season The first activity was participation In the NCIC music festival Then came the February concert In which The Suite of Amencan Dances took the spotlight A combined concert with the choruses in March was staged In the fieldhouse In the sprung the choir traveled to one of the annual conference schools to give a concert The choir gave two Lenten Services and the annual Palm Sunday con cert The sprung formal concert was highlighted by se lectlons from The Music Man The choirs last activity was the Baccalaureate Service The Robed Choir was orgamzed ln 1934 by Mr John Honens and has been continuous ever since Mr Tonkm as Its fourth director The band then concentrated on their sprung concert repertoire The May concert closed the season of con centrated organizational work band department this year There were tw re hearsal bands one fourth hour and one fifth hour The duo arrangement allowed for more individual development Private lessons were scheduled during students study halls The two rehearsal bands combined as one eighty seven piece group four weeks before each concert The band officers for this year were Kenneth Axel son student director Jean Myers president Betty Kalk warf vice president Gary McNinch secretary treasurer Richard Snowberg drum malor Carol June Meldorf lt brartan and Pat Book assistant librarian I . . , ' . .I H . ,, . 1 . . l . I n - 11 . l . . u- ll ll ll ' ' ' , . . . . . ,, ,, . ,, . . . football field. Excitement ran high the first night they There has been a new system introduced into the I . ' . - . D 0 - . . . . , . . ,, .' . . ' ' . l ' ll o 1 1 . . . . 84 ROW l Karen Seavey Dane Eshleman Jane Moore Betty Scott Jull Weatherwax Susan Pu nam Jackie Thummel Sue At ebury Nlta McBride Alzce Fnsch Mary Stanley Cheryl Behrens Sharon Ebersole Barb Koster ROW 2 Linda Gehrmg Carol Colllnson Januce Lindsay Karleen Dunbar Marne Buyers Jeanne Mylrn Roberta Lorenz Joyce Good Betty Kalkwarf Sherry Crofton Carole Benson Marne Allen Janet Axelson Linda Suleuff Joanna Peterson Wilma Buelema ROW 3 Karen Koehler Margaret Lamm Mary Elmendorf George Straw LeRoy Stoner Barb Bogctt Barbara Sawyers Charmalne Colnn Sue Laos Pat Helms Carol Schonwnse Bull Reynolds Larry Clark Daniel Lapp ROW 4 Dave Casey John Zaeske Jon Deem Davnd Vnrtue Don Zengler Lee Drynan Dan Turney Do-1 Woodyatt Chuck Hansen Daniel Marshall Norvnlle Buntley Jlm Ahllng Bull Wagner Jlm Phxl lnps Mike Selletf 640024 ,fn Bob Wilson Gary Lenmgton Terry Brooks ROW 2 Randy Jones Ronald Roberts Bob Coats John Hawkins Stuart Richter Gary Ray McCoy Ronald Adair Gene Compton Duck Fowler Dwight Behrendt ROW l Carol Haberer Elaine Blosser Carol Coonrad Judy Hitchcock Karen Redfield Donna Reed Julie Thompson Nancy Clark Saradelle Sterenberg Sally Barnhart ROW 2 Kathy Gartner Carol Foltz Sandra Fritz Carol Hames Debbie Burn stme Lyn Kay Wolfe Susie Leseman Shirley Hammelman Beth Cummings Barb Moore Judy Miller Alice Harrington ROW 3 Sherilyn Noon, Alice Vinson, Edith Wntmer, Sandra Hnnrichs, Julie 86 Eberle Roberta Smith Sheila Froeter Linda Woosley Judy Bragg Bea Munz Carolyn Hafner Carol Harrison Jane Wenger ROW 4 Jane Weatherwax Leta Luttrell Susie Schick Ruth Shank Nancy Klndle Carol Barrus Dianne Bates Barb Werner Peggy Hall Sue Manon Carol Peugh Carol Hudson Linda Balster Carol Williams U ' ' f 4 is X :Ai 1' 1k 4 J S r K as - y 2 S V lf B R J 1 y ii 1 Q. A . J i 'sv 'WMF B S J ' S ffig, x' - ' Q K 1, l . 5 5 . X M y ROW l: Steven Sprunger, Richard Harrington, Chris Farnham, Johnson, Mike Austin. ROW 3: Steve Morehead, Phil Johnson, 4.5 , 4 I W, 4 1 ' , 'Y , 2- " A S tis .f my Q , 7 ' J f- f , . I LEFT TO RIGHT Tom Hllger Wayne Wade John Gerber Ken Axelson Members of thas years quartet were Ken Axelson first tenor Tom Hnlger second tenor John Gerber baritone and Wayne Wade bass The year has been an active one for the quartet Among organlzatuons usmg their at the Chrlstmas concerts ofthe Robed Cholr Whlle the quartet had a varued repertoire some of Its more popular numbers were O Holy Nnght" 'Cllmbm Up the Mountam, and While Strolling Through the Park 87 . , ' . I I I I I . I I ' talents were P.T.A.'s, service clubs, and church groups. They also sang the offertories . . . I . Il ' I ' ' ' II Il ' ' ll I I 4 ' LEFT TO RIGHT .lanuce Swemlune Elaune Benson Nukluu Allen Joan Gehrung June Fransen Thus talented group of gurls sang at varuous clubs and organuzatuons un Sterlung thus year Theur sungung was very eagerly accepted wherever they performed The gurls were Januce Swemlune soprano Nulckt Allen soprano Joan Gehrung alto and June Fransen alto Elaune Benson was the puartust 88 2 mm Richard Snowberg 11" .in Jean Myers Holly Conley Rlchard Snowberg Carol Collmson Barbara Hartsfield 89 I Q 5 Y 4- ,, J, 1 1 1 f MA f X Yleow Ron " V X, SKN: 3 P3 Q0 Pb P' Heh! on big Tu ck h hs fo r Joe rwo 90 1 if , X x ' 1, . v , . ex , Q f a 47 5' ' 3' EQ J' skvxfywi 'Q-ik L 'LN 1' ff ,,-wx 1 ff ,K 3-. v- - ul 2. '-'-..f j'--MX' ,X 9 i 3551 Judy Wilson . .. .............................,.,.. 'unuor Judy Fisher .. ,. junior Charles Kreider :ww sw Karen Redfield, Sharon Harms, Mary Kay Plaufz, Janice Lindsay, Gloria Schreiner. ' 7 FIRST ROW .lan Dlgman manager Fred Gebhardt Fred Davls Henry Heckman John Washburn Terry Walker Jack Skrogstad John Enlert manager SECOND ROW Jam Murphy Terry Taylor Mike Taft Denny Wolrath Jam Tarner Jerry Kenny Nlle Hager Jlm Allen Mr Dietz coach THIRD ROW Mr McMurry coach Coach Bob McMurrys football squad suffered through a rather poor season won and lost wlse but showed fine spmt and sports manshlp rn establlshmg a 1 7 record The Warnors started out tn wlnnlng ways by defeating arch rlval Newman 20 7 but then a strong Rock Falls eleven edged the War nors 19 13 on a fourth period touchdown to give the Rockets the unter-cnty tltle A 14 7 loss at DeKalb was the first conference loss Sterling Sterlmg Sterlmg Sterling Sterlmg Sterlmg Sterlmg Merle Heckman Jlm Hussung Denny Stewart Milt Newell Jlm Loos Rach Gallentme Dave Thomas Mr Gould coach FOURTH ROW Gordon Summers Ben Kolus Rlchard Epersole Jlm Brauer Bull Oswald Phll Slnroll Bud Fransen and was followed by successrve shellaclungs by Dnxon Streator Ot tawa Kewanee and Mendota lt should be mentioned that Streator possessed one of the finest teams In the state and came to Sterling expectmg a much easler game than they actually encountered The score does not truly an dlcate the determlnatlon Sterling showed In holdmg Streator to four touchdowns In a game that was closer than the score mdlcates Newman DeKalb Dlxon Streator Ottawa Kewanee Mendota 94 ' .......... 20 ...,...... 7 Sterling .......... 13 Rock Falls ......... 19 ' .......... 7 ............ 14 ' .......... 6 ' ............ 32 ' .......... 0 .......... 25 ' .......... 7 ........... 28 ' .......... 7 ........... 27 ' .......... 0 .......... 19 ?oodadS This year's varsity was led by a pair of quarterbacks Terry Tay- lor and Jum Brauer who both doubled as members of the defenslve umt Taylor was a very fine runner especnally on keeper plays off the tackles and was a better than average passer but for lack of good receuvers Ins percentage was not exceptional Carrymg the bulk of the rushmg attack were Gordon Summers and Jlm Tarner Summers was conststantly good whsle Tarner was sensational In spots but mlunes kept htm from runnmg at full speed all the hme He returned the openmg kICk-OH of the season elghty four yards ual The Braves under the guldance of coach Bob Henard had gust an average season as they flnnshed with a record of four wlns and four losses A large number of ll1lUI'leS to key players hampered their chances for a more successful season These lnlurles forced Hen ard to come up wlth some strange offenses In an effort to utlllze the best maternal avatlable Biggest ground-gamer for the Braves was John Zaeske who al for a touchdown against Newman in one of his better games Up front the lme was bolstered by 195 pound lumor tackle Abel Taualn and 175 pound senlor guard Dave Thomas Thomas was the only Warnor to recenve all league recognltlon bemg placed on the second team of the Northwest dlvlslon all stars Also throwing thelr wenght In pretty good fashnan were guards Hank Heckman and Phll Smroll tackle Alch Gallentlne ends Fred Davis and Dough Banse and a palr of pmtslzed but deadly llnebackers Bernie Kolls and Rlch Ebersole S most single handedly defeated Newman and turned ln spectacular performances In other games but he too was a vlcttm of sustalned lnlurles and was only avallable for part tlme duty Other players who should make excellent varslty players Include Jlm Wlse John Andreas and Paul Stewart all backs and llnemen Lynn Hefflehnger John Wlre and Arlyn Oettmg Coach Carson DeJarnetts freshman squad enloyed a very success a 13 7 setback at the hands of Dlxon while the wms came nn palrs ful season wlnnlng five and dropping only one The lone loss was over Morrison and Rack Falls and a sungle wln over Polo FROSH SOPH RECORD C4 41 FRESHMAN RECORD K5 11 Sterlmg Sterlmg Sterlmg Sterlmg Sterlmg Sterlmg Sterlmg Newman DeKalb Dlxon Streator Ottawa Kewanee Mendota Sterlmg Sterlmg Sterlmg Sterlmg Sterlmg Rock Falls Dixon Po o Rock Falls Morrison Tamer Gallentlne and Slnroll converge on a loose Streator The squeeze play IS applied to Brauer as he attempts to run Bulldog as Heckman lust mlsses the Streator flank ' ........ -40 ........ 0 ' ........ 20 - 0 Sterling ........ 6 Rock Falls ......... O Sterling ........ 21 Morrison ' ........ 0 ........... 6 ' ........ 7 ' . . . ' ........ 6 ' ............ 7 ' ........ 27 l . . . ' ........ 7 .......... 14 ' ........ 7 ' ........ 13 ........... 19 ' .,...... 14 ' ' ........ 7 .......... 0 ' ........ 13 .......... 0 95 fi 1 L A 42 153,23 f . John Wushbu Denny Walralh Phil Sinroll Henry H kman Q 'wi ,QL I I XM Q . , n xv . X 4 Six ' A , H I Q 'T if gf' Alvkn 1 in Y ' H if if f ' ' A H y 4 I i Y 1 R lr. Q " hi' . D y Stewart T y W lk Nile Hager Jim Hussung f ,e V' ' ei in W 2, ff ' .lim Murphy Bill Oswald LEFT TO RIGHT: Mr. Delornefi, Mr. Henard, M. Diefz fs:-li ' P' ' X i Q27 f yyyy W N 1114 V i U H in f X '11, ' . af Ks , it 3 1 J r n,Tyl M u H k FedGebhordf 96 Jim Brauer J' Loo -J 1 DkEb I 523i 1 wil X A J ' , M ,W . , X3 4 ' ' ' , f MJ L lr J k Sk gt d J Turner J All M' Sv D J, f J R, I Milt Newell J ry K ny J il B V 4' K ,Vkk Q X f x ' 'V - , K V l h M ke T ff F d D - Dave T omas Gibble, Mr. Gould, M McMurray re uvls ' N , A A A j , J V", I Wy ay my Uk: Y-Sag '4- Yzi I' GdS 5 , I l 1 , 4 - an L P QQ. B K R'ch Gallenfine Bud Frans 97 7w4-SOM 7 "'- X., -Q F 38 5 W' fired? 'Wt bf ' ROW l Lee Drynan June Lee Ronald Nehrmg Jnm Blalr Jon Deem Herman Rodrlquez Kenny Lmboom Bull Wagner Make Charles Brnckley Dave Casey Davud Vnrtue Jnm Ahlmg ROW 2 Lafferty Paul Kung Jum Wnse Mr Gubble coach ROW 4 Marvm Mnke Sellett manager Lynn Hemeflnger Paul Stewart Frank Stevens Joe Segnern Jam Rosenow Duck Luptak George Beatty Muller Ron Bruns John Wnre Arlyn Ottmg John Andreas Ed Kenny Bohm Larry Clark Handel Darrell Huston ROW 3 Mr Henard coach John Zaeske wtamb-Q-,., f 3 'vial' f -,.. '4 '15 ROW l Ruchard Gobm, Gary Warren, Duck Fowler, Dave Bogott, John Gonzalez, Don Clark ROW 3 John Whnte, Lee Johnson, Denny Moore, Verne Ebersole, John Hawkins, Jam Weeks, Stewart Tom LeBlanc, Tom Kays, Jlm Robmsan, Gary lmmel, Bull Cheshler, Richter ROW 2 Mr DeJarnett, coach, Dave Helms, Ed Stage, Phll Johnson ROW4 Al Freeman, Mike Austln, Bull Feather, Scott Gene Compton, Dwight Behrendt, Butch Tarner, Nell Goldberg, Asnm, Gary Johnson, Clark Smlth, Jack Byckmgham 98 -.. 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T The Sterling Cross Country team under the direction of coach Charles Schultz finished an unspectacular but successful season by fimshtng sixth In a field of fourteen teams In the District Meet The outstanding performer for the Harriers was sophomore Chuck Prentice who placed 89th In a field of 165 at the State Meet In Champaign Prentice also made a fine showing in the Sterling Invitational Meet and several other meets The Cross Country team showed promise of a fine season next year with underclassmen Bull Davis Dave Krerder Frank Aguilar and Prentice giving promise of good future success SEASON S RECORD East Rockford 'I7 Rock Falls 62 West Rockford 77 Sterling 83 Dixon 23 Sterling 38 Sterling 20 Forreston 39 Sterling 15 Morrison 47 Mulledgevnlle 27 Sterling 28 Sterling Invitational Sterling 8th NCIC Sterling 9th Rock Falls 3'I Sterling 4'I Morrison 59 Sterling 19 Princeton 43 District Meet Sterling 6th, Prentice 5th State Meet Prentice 93rd Hungry Harriers' 99 3 ' I 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 Pete Baralas Dove Thomas Ralph Gonzales Bull Oswald Henry Heckmcn 100 Lloyd Casey ROW l Dave Krelder AI Freeman Denny Bush Doug Zemke man Lloyd Casey Larry Ahlgrlm Ralph Gonzales Ron Zemke Ronme Hoffman Larry Breed Muke Austm ROW 2 Gary Wesner Phil Srnroll ROW 4 Mr Musgrave head coach Denny Walrath manager Phnl Johnson Gene Compton Gary Johnson Max Jnm Murphy Dan Marshall Malt Newell Lynn Heflleflnger Dave Hacker George Beatty Alex Delgado Duck Hawkins Jim Ahllng Thomas Bull Oswald Herman Rodrlquez Mr Delarnett coach ROW 3 Henry Heckman Tom Kays Rudy Saldlvar Kenny Free The Sterlmg wrestlmg team, under the dlrectlon of coaches Homer Musgrove, and Carson DeJarnett, experlenced another successful sea son, hlghlnghted by thenr tymg for the NCIC wrestlmg crown wlth Rock Falls on November 7 Wnnmng conference champnonshrps nn their duvlslons were IUDIOYS Ron Zemke and Pete Baralas, and sensors Dave Thomas and Henry Heckman The SHS matmen can look forward to another tlne season next year with Zemke Baralas Malt Newell Phll Snnroll Dave Krender, and Denny Walrath along wnth several other promnslng underclass men all returmng wlth considerable experlence 101 0 7 - 1 1 r 1 1 1 l 1 1 1 1 I 1 ' - 1 . . 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ROW l John Llttle manager Ken Small .lam Wlse Gordon Sum Mr Hunsberger Mr Duetz Mr Musgrave coaches Jlm Tucker mers John Krelder Dave Seidel Dave Krelder Duck Huber and Jack Speer Ronnie Vaughn and Mr Schultz coaches ROW 4 Larry Bender ROW 2 Pete Wheeler Dave Allen Fred Gebhardt John Wnllls George Davls Ron Hussung Doug Banes Warren Koehler Ron Hedrlck Larry Ahlgrlm and Dave Prentlss ROW 3 and Jim Hussung The Warriors had only a falrly successful season compared to those of the past which have become a tradltlon at SHS Nevertheless head coach DuWayne Duetz molded together a young team which Included many freshman and sophomores and should produce a powerhouse In a year or more Pole vaulter Dave Thomas was the lndlvldual standout as he placed un a three way tue for sixth place at the state meet ID Champaign He was the only Warrior to qualify for thus affair Thomas also won the conference tutle and set a new record at the DeKalb Relays by clearmg twelve feet Other standouts Included shot putter Dave Lockhart sprmter Larry Lenhart pole vaulter, Butch Handel and the sprlnt relay team of Gordon Summers Larry Braun Jum Tarner, and Larry Lenhart which dad especnally well an the large meets 102 I . . Abel Toualii, Jim Tarner, Larry Lenhart, Dave Lockhart, Chuck Handel, Fred Davis, Dave Thomas, Jim Murphy, Frank Aguilar, I . .. . ' . I I I - I I . . . I I J 1 I ' I . I I . I . . . . Waudq fecoul Sterling 70, Oregon 50, Rochelle 29 KEWANEE RELAYS Sterling fourth, won by Galesburg Freeport 70, Sterling 48 STERLING NIGHT RELAYS Sterling fourth, won by Moline Kewanee 69, Sterling 42, DeKalb 39 DeKALB REL!-XYS Sterling third, won by Rock Falls Rock Falls 'l'I0, S-terling 77, Newman 'IO Sterling 66, Dixon 52 DISTRICT MEET Sterling sixth, won by Moline GENESEO NIGHT RELAYS Sterling second, won by Geneseo NCIC CONFERENCE NIGHT Sterling fourth won by Rock Falls ?u44- S0764 7 ROW I John Little manager Ron Neahrmg Tom Hllger Gor don Summers Pete Baralas Roger Thomas Dave Kreider and Gebhardt Abel Tauoln Jlm Tarner Ron Hedrick larry Ahlgrim Jim Hussing Ron Bruns Mike Lafferty Chuck Prentnss and Paul Stewart ROW 3 Mr Schultz coach Dave Virtue Jon Deem John Willis Larry Braun Jim loos Mike Taft Terry Taylor Dan Marshall Melvyn Kinney and Mr Hunsberger coach ROW 4 Fred Davis Jim Murphy Jim Heffelfinger Frank Aguilar and John Wendell I 1 Bill Davis. ROW 2: Bob Mullan, Pete Wheeler, Jim Wise, Fred Dave Casey, Richard Luptak, Phil Sinroll, Doug Banes, John Wire, 103 1 1 1 ROW l Gary McNmcl1 Joe Myers Bob McCormick Duck Hawklns Ed Wesner and Larry Handel ROW 2 Mr Hall coach Gene Coats Gene Hafner Duck Snowberg Bob Elfllne Sieve Heller and Jlm Ague manager 'ikaihf 1 XR xlxkxxx x ,Y x x I K I ,My .X ROW l Melvin Halverson Terry Snedeker Gary Warren and Turney Frank Hawluns Gary Noon John Andreas John Besse Ronme Folfz ROW 2 Kenny Burden Kenh Kosner Donny Jokerst June Lee Tom Rolo and Rob Powell manager Don Cromer Vernell Johnson and Kent Kosler RON Q Dan 104 ROW I John Brandau Larry McMurray Muke Selletl Gary Transen Gale Johnson and Jack Kmdle ROW 3 John Wrlllams Kosler Max Hacker and Kenny Freeman ROW 2 Jlm Phrlllps Denny Walrath Jlm Murphy Rach Kung Dave Shearburn Greg Darrell Huston Pele McRoy Tom Moore Charlie Ortiz Buddy Gantzert Jack Bonnevrlle and Mr McMurry coach The golf team last year was not as successful as It would have lrked to have been Leading coach McMurrays boys last season were Rlch Kung Greg Gantzert, Dave Shearburn, and Jack Bonnevrlle All of the boys on the team are underclassmen except Rach Kung Jack Bonne vnlle, and Charlle Orhz, so the comnng season looks favorable 105 """' 5 W asixx ...x 1 L dk ROW l George Beahy Ken? Kosler Larry Handel Keith Kosler Ed Wesner ROW 2 Ruch Wlllloms Ken Small Terry Taylor Jlm Murphy Dave Muller Paul Slewarl Ron Capp ROW 3 Mr Mus TFR' H s ml j 583' grove coach Dave Srnnh manager John Andreas Chuck Koeh ler Warren Handel Tom Henson Mr Mumford coach ROW I Dave Krelcler, Denny Jokersi, Dnck Huber, June Lee ROW 2 Jlm Wnghf, Don Cramer, Earl Janssen Mr Mumford, coach, Terry Shuman, Kenny Freeman 106 4 'V' R V ., fr ' K ,lj 'lf ' L ' A P ' U --"-1" , K l ' ' , if O al f 2 J , .Qfmwx V y F KL 1 ,QM y O M M S ly l 6, M A 5- 0 I K 19N FV H J e fe f 31 W e 1 M Q Vmh ' , x 'Xl in ,ggggxg ' Q 41 A A b .K W Ag v 5 1 1 ,ff y W Q s X L if l 0 y .5 Kali, .ai K f Q ' . M A- , ' ' ' 5 'I if . 1 'ig' 1 1 ' 'J ,O 'x J V+, v ,Q , -I by I nt 4 'lf I ll! . ..,,,,,,,,,4 P' I wg , , Y5 . n H 5 ' . M it K Y Al - 2 ROW l Kent Koster Jerry Tuft Ken Small Fred Gebhardt Ed Wesner Bob McCormick Gordon Summers Keith Kosier ROW 2 Jace Ague manager Jim Tucker Larry Braun Rich Gallentine Don Henson Mr Hall coach John Moore Jim Loos John Willis John Wendell Although the Warriers did not win a large percentage of their games they did im prove greatly toward the end of the season and should show great promise for the next several years Their will to wm and scrap were pleasing characteristics as they never gave up even when things looked bleak The Warriors were a young ball club with only three seniors among the top twelve maiority of the season Three sophomores John Moore John Willis and Fred Gebhardt saw considerable action all in starting roles at one time or another Another John Andreas loined the team for several games at the end of the season and did a com mendable 'ob These four sophomores and Don Henson who was out most of the sea son with a broken foot starters Jim Laos and Jerry Tuft and reserve John Willis and Larry Braun should form the top players for next years team Other upperclassmen who will be lost besides Tucker are Ken Small who started several games at the beginning of the season and Bob McCormick Two Iumors Rich Gallentme and Kent Kosier will be ineligible next year because of the lowering of the maximum age limit 107 , - - , players, and only one, Jim Tucker, the teams leading scorer, playing regularly for the ' l ' I I . l I I I - - I ' , , , Fred Gebhcrdt 53 Jim Loos Bob McCormick mf 1 Larry Braun Jerry Tuff Ken Small 108 1-,U Ken? Kosner John Wendell Ni' John Wnllls 4 X, -Z 7 K John Moore Rich Gallentine Jim Tuqkey 109 -sw e ROW l Larry Jones Roger Thomas Ed Handel Dave Helms Zaeslxe Jlm Wlse Pete Wheeler Rah Evers John Wire Jon Deem ROW 2 John Gonzales Paul Stewart Lee Johnson Jlm Robin John Andreas Davld Virtue Mr Hunsberger coach The Braves enloyed another fine season under the tutelage of Floyd Hunsberger Had It not been for the fact that the top three sopho mores were playmg on the varsity team, they mlght have lost very few games, nf any Due to thus absence of sophomores, several fresh men saw considerable actlon including John Gonzales, Lee Johnson, and Lucio Sotelo all tn startmg roles at one time or another However, the two top scorers were two sophomores, forward John Andreas and guard Jlm Wise They led the team very well and are excellent varsnty prospects as are Center John Wlre and forward Pete Wheeler 110 son, Bill Cheshier, Dan Turney, Lucio Sotelc. ROW 3: John , . , . I . W . ROW l Ken? Kcsler Gordon Summers Larry Braun Mr McKenzie coach Rach Gallenhne John Wallis Fred Gebhardi Keirh Kosler ave Helms Lucio Solelo Larry Seldon Rafw 2 Dwigt NOT PlCTURED Denny Moore Behrend? manager Lee Johnson Gary lmmel Lyle Enchleberger lll ROW li John Gonzales, Jim Tonner, Ray McCoy, Ed Handel, Mr. Mumford, coach, Jim Robinson, Bill Cheshier, Jerry Schultz D , ' , . "' f 1 ' h : . Nwlais 0 Queen S 1,37 h I oo rt'--.V sly x. M' Mggy iov Xu -,x pw?" ws 'cuff O0 112 usy Cl U6 E 0 'S SEQ A ,-4 f My ,Gif 502.51 , Q gag! ii' ak: 5 1'r,:p"'L E lxfif Q!! -. legwixfb 9L4F,f"'W ifqq ,I H Y- ,J,, ' .xc S fl 3 573. '49':?r'-'19 v an N! fi!! lffil fiziif :L--afffi-EH? "4-1-fi W! 1562! df! Q' 3+ R I I Q. ' W ffihiig E "' lx! I CIW ' 14- .g,. ?'wfi 2. aff? 2 25552 5 hi? i gfiEH : . ,-'sh li'-fi 3.332125 S M Q i.,,,... IW . .1 V' ' ,4-,Q-' --:, 51fY'39:Q,!E'5 +142-'iii fe? xii 'WW' Hi! x ,. 1-4-.:z:'2 1. Mil ..s. 12, if x MP". E 5 'E nSPX ,xx of SM 5ne0'0 Y Wm if ,, me En oe' X' X pa 'QW M' li' i s Well Dunk S?rec1or 5 Hsilko Says I' ,S I nfhea U9 'I fl K'55A'11::: . 5 ,A 'R 'Q -faiif. ,. 7 M "We'Il Lick 'Em" fn of Dunn Peo V 0' '-M' 3 - w s Y ? ' 'Q I ' 'k 6 'xg A A v x :xg Q" Oqex Stfeoxo NX www :XX "We 114- '17 Q 860101 9 o K ex .W 1944, Awaiting the word I Homecoming week was the outstanding event of the fall season. The week was filled with excite-ment, enthusiasm, and surprises. Decorating the fioats, holding an impromptu pep meeting at Central Park, and having a snake dance across the S.H.S. campus added much excitement to the special occasion. The homecoming parade, sponsored by the Student Council, was a big success with thirty-four entries. The senior class won top honors when their float, "The Spirit of S.H.S." placed first as most beautiful. Mr. Henard's homeroom qualified first as most humorous with the theme "Bilko Says It's in the Bag." "We'll Walk All Over Streator," an entry by Mrs. Dillon's homeroom took first place as most original. Although the football game with Streator was a loss for Sterling, school spirit was at its peak. During the halftime of the varsity game, the five queen finalists were chauffered around the track and escorted to the field where Phyllis Woessner, a senior, was crowned the 1958 Homecoming Queen. The traditional homecoming dance, sponsored this year by the Science Club, was held in the fieldhouse. "Lunar Holiday" was the theme which was carried out very effectively. Entering through a gigantic rocket we saw a realistic crater erupting and a huge moon suspended in air. At intermission, Ron Zemke, president of the Science Club, presented the homecoming queen and her attendants, Janet Wetzell, Sue Scott, Jean Myers, sen- iors, and Jan Johnson, a iunior. 115 LEFT TO RIGHT Jean Myers Sue Scott Phyllls Woessner Janet Wetzell Jan Johnson These five pretty gurls were chosen from sixteen candidates Four candidates were chosen from each class and all of the court consisted of semor gurls except for Jan Johnson a lumor Phyllis Woessner also had the honor of being the Homecoming queen last year when she was a rumor 116 Sna- ga!! LEFT TO RIGHT Sue Hendricks Jean Cohenour Nikki Allen Sue Scott Sheila Dooley ways does The five pretty girls In the Sno Ball Court were chosen by the men chaperones as the semor girls and their escorts paraded around in the Grand March They were chosen for beauty poise and attitude at the dance 117 The Sno-Ball highlighted the Christmas vacation this year as it al- S "Do you know wha1's inside a sfuffed parpoise?" ' lf! Mrs. Savage Fairy Mae . Mrs. Paddy Hannibal .. Dr. Brenner Florence .. "There's a fire in Mrs. Paddy's baYh1ub!" 118 -1- If CAST Miss Wilhelmina Pat McFadden Titus Savage ..... Ron Zemke Samuel Savage ............. John Williams Lily Belle Savage ..,......,.. Margie Knuth Jeffrey .......... John Gerber and Denny Stewart in the worIdI" "Sit down you unattractive creatures "What did you do with those bonds?" gm Wlwiv Gge 1 if C Q gee 1,50 LGVQM' Ven' G Kefiml z of Up and over, Miss Moore. oo ace - o o,,c G o ace H Syl . in P0602-9 Xefq Nw. 569, UM' on ole' U 1 'no' 'fo 'o"l1ond,, Wo Purple People Eaters uid You 4+ J Q1 ,Ao N We belfev E l hav S Che C7 dqfhe 9 371:66 ' 1. 1, H, ,nf Za: 4' Ben Kolus and June? Welzell ,.,f" 5-a Susan Hcwluns and Jon Keuser Elizabeth Lcmm and Jnrn Ague Jean Myers and Kenny Small 19.4. Phyllus Woessner and Pefe McRoy ' of 1959 Pete McRoy vsce pressdent Ben Kolss secretary Msss Burrstt advssor Dsck Wsllsoms pressdent Bob McCormsck treasurer Mr Tonksn odvssor man gfutoaq The Sensor Class of 1959 entered as the largest Freshman Class sn the hsstory of our hsgh school sn 1955 wsth over 200 students We enthussastsc and eager students started off our ftrst year by hold s g a Freshman Msxer to the strasns of M ments to Remember ln the sprsng followsng a busy year we had o rsotous pscnsc at Ssnnsssspps Park We selected as our capable ofl1cers Ken Small ue Scott Jean Myers Ed Wesner and Rschard Wsllsams As sophomores we completed a very successful year under e leodershsp of Phyllss Woessner Ken Small Jeanette Koster on Kesser and Jean Myers The specsal event sn the school year was ordersng our chersshed class rsngs We also sponsored the Heart to Heart Dance sn February The Phonomansacs a pantomsme group from our sophomore class provsded an enloyable floor show Scholostscally and athletscally our class of 59 was shawsng great promsse Dursng our .lun or year the Prom was our bsg prolect We worked hard and dslsgently to earn money and wsth our orsgmal and sngensous sdeas we staged one of the most beautsful and fascsnatsng proms ever decorated sn the heldhouse Our theme was Orsental Paradsse and It was hsghlsghted wsth a brsdge leadsng across a pond ln the Homecomsng parade we entered a prsze wlnnsng float ln the sprsng of 1958 eleven students from our Junsor Class were snducted sn the Natsonal Honor Socsety Our Junsor Class oft1cers were George Davss Phyllss Woessner Susan Goshert Nskks Allen and Dave Thomas Wsth Msss Darss Burrstt and Mr Wsllsam Tonksn as our gusdsng advssors and Rschard Wsllsoms Pete McRoy Ben Kolss Bob M Cormsck and Jean Myers as our oftlcers we successfully completed our sensor year wsth memorses never to be forgotten We began the school year wsth much enthussasm by stagsng an smpromptu pep meetsng dursng Homecomsng week and captursng flrst place for the most beautsful float wsth The Spsrst of SHS Sensor Recognstson Day the Sensor Party Baccalaureate Prom and that Important ay sn our ls es Graduatson hsghlsghted our memorable sensor year We are proud of our class and the honors gosned sn scholar s sp othletscs mussc lournalssm dramatlcs and good cstszenshsp Our sensor year was surely one that we wsll always hold dear We wsll never forget the fun and excstement and those chersshed Halls of Ivy of Sterlsng Hsgh Our Alma Mater S H S we re students loyal and true And we pledge our love to the gold and the blue Hasled sn honor we wsll always be And dssgrace from us you ll never see 1 ' 7 1 I 1 I r F 1 Q . , . 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