Stockton High School - Blackhawk Yearbook (Stockton, IL)

 - Class of 1957

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X, s 67 2m -1"-f2'e"" Stockton High School Stockton, Illinois 51.1 -- of , - 1, P1 ., . fl' '5--5-j-1:-:-- 55- -,- lllllllll Q -' ' W --" ' -H '.'.- .1.- .rv--A-'--Meugfq' L - -- I S .. 1 I l Dedication x .,..xN. -.- W- 'f """"T N 'WW' 1 I VWL px HQ 1 I I W 5 5 -iw 1 A A? . -f '- -f" T' f 'zavwv E ,I f A E, I J ' 4 'V L, J 5- " ,P W J I kv, . af' ff M -1 . NJ J' L ' lv I r . ' if J' J Jo' 9 I 1 ,T ,f " 1 4 M - 4 . J ' .-A ' J U W I 4 ' I ' .-if 1 l P Jn V P", rv ' .J A, Y 1 ' 1 W . I J, I K I I fl! V ' ' V I-J O L -A ' ' 4 of ,V 'A I, U 1 , ' qv 'Q fl.. J, f 4. .,. 1 -rf-1 .f 4 " I f' y V w I We dedicate this 1957 Blackhawk to the Stockton High School students of the last two years. The patience and co-operation of these students during the inconvenience of the days when we had no building, and then later during the days of construction will never be forgotten. lt seems only fitting and proper that this Blackhawk be dedicated to these students. ,N,,,,,.....-.--- Board ot Education Administration Faculty We, the Senior Class of 1957, wish to express our appreciation to the following people for the many tasks and services which they have performed for us. To these people we say "Thank You." Board of Education Lloyd Katzenbergerg James Pow ersg Leon A. Spencer, Secretary L. Arthur Winter P r e si de nt We, the class of '57, wish to take this opportunity to extend our sincere thanks to the school board for their never ending concern for our welfare. We appreciate the time they give so freely for our benefit. The student body is proud to have a school board so dedicated to our school and community. Delmar Schreckg 'James Baberf Xbwfr Administration ff H H BAKE . . R, Superintendent Illinois State Normal University, B. Ed. University of Illinois, M. S. University of Illino' is, Professional Pro ,. ARLEE TA STINE BRETL gram xr" GLENN GILBERTSON, Principal Illinois State Normal University, B, A, Kz M. A. ,QL-JGJ f-UU-1 122.2 .' f0f,r'7'1fc,Z-lfzlfrf , -g,1i3,Q,lSL.U. 3,225 jam, ww ff " X ,X i if . k YQ' J f 1 U ii. - HE LEN HEIDENREICH 7 - 5-a.f.2l-.vii ALDEN BRETL B. S. University of Wisconsin Northern Illinois State College Junior class sponsor Magazine sales adviser SHIRLEY DAVIS B. S. Northern Illinois State College Freshmen class Junior and Senior Varsity Cheerleaders F.H.A. MRS. WILLIAM DURTSCHI B. S University of Wisconsin Physical Education for Girls G.A.A. Library Library club MARY BUFORD Heidelberg College B. A. 8th Grade Language Arts English one Ki two FRANK ESHELMAN Iowa State College 8th Science Sz Math 9th General Math 10th Geometry GEORGE GILES, B. A., M. A. Oberlin Northwestern University FTA NHS Guidance I WILLIAM GILKEY, B. A. Ripon Collegeg University of Illinois Washington gl Lee University S Club Varsity Football, Basketball Baseball Coach FLOYD N. LANKENAU, B. S ln Ag University of Illinois Student Council, FFA MAYME PIERCE Northern Ill1no1s State Teachers College Wxsconsm State Teachers College SOCIHI Studxes ey, , .,, ' A. - uf J Rx X x fo v L J HU W 5 WW Aj: J46 9 ar YVONNE AMMANN RIEDER B. of Business Administration P 8 University of Wisconsin Bookkeeping ' " W. I I 1 41' -1 x .ff l V ff' 'J if , I I' I N. ax X DONALD B. RYAN B S in Education LaSalle-Peru Jr. College Illinois State Normal University Assistant Coach Physical Education Biology Sophomore sponsor Pep Club RICHARD SNYDER B Loras College W.S.C. at Platteville NISC Senior Sponsor ' 4 A 1 ff I 4 jfpy wawfvf 2'-I waifi. ,firm ,'7-qfxs J-e 1-41 ff' 4,,,pre. MIA! ffl ffm: 74 ff Music Sophomore sponsor I at cuff ""' BERTSON B S in Music State College 'S YM? . F 1 4 FRANCES THOMAS, B, S, ADA CORZATT THOMPSON B. E. University of Illinois Western Illinois State, Macomb Arrowhead, Junior Sponsor Home Economics First Semester English 2,3,4 F.H.A. Junior C lass Cafeteria Work l xx J x ft Q zXz lJ X53 V ry x X x , Q ex K ' . XF? . X J X' w - JAMES WINTER, B. S. JOHN WINTER, B. S. Wisconsin State College at Platteville Wisconsin State College at Platteville Blackhawk sponsor, Class plays, Sportsmen Clubg Photo Sz Projectionist: Freshmen sponsor Industrial Arts Club 'bl- Bus Drivers FRONT ROW-M. Haug, C. Gothard, C. Schroeder, C, Spittler, W. Endress BACK ROW-E. Logemann E. Clay, B. Brandt, W. Murphy, W. Banwarth, C, Spickler, M. Gothard, N. Evans. NOT PICTURED- R. Banwarth, F, Brunner, R, Carroll, R. Dittmar, H, Schamberger Cooks Custodians I Mrs. Ora Page, Mrs. Carrie Eberle Darryl Evans, Harry Flack 2 'Tv in + gl NR x P' S, , r- fx gs gg' 3,5 , gg Nw C- x Q 1' ,N 1,7 C ig gjcgb- rf, O QS, Exif P 2 F' J ' Y 54-vw? H 1, 'fycu ,. - . - kpc, X Q Rm -9-J ax. if -ff? 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Es Q57? eniors rgxi' ml. . .M "' .. C lJ0l,UlIl'IS ADLEMAN DULLY lt's in thu book, why hothvr it? Pvp Club I,Z,3,11g GAA 2,33 Arrowhead 45 l-'rn-shmun Chorus, Mixed Chorus 2,3,4g Girls' Chorus 2,Il. JUDI'I'll BATCIIELDER JUDY Thoughts :irc your own. GAA l,2,3g I-'IIA l,2,3g Pop Club 1,2,3,4g Mixvd Chorus l,2g Girls' Chorus 1. ,Ang 'VN ffQ "N-.J .4 NORMAN BAIER BOTTS I came, I bluffcd, I graduated. Football 1,2,3,4g Basketball l,2,3,4g Baseball 2,35 "S" Club 3,4g Photo Club 2,4g Projec- tionists 2,3,4g Sportsmen Club 43 Junior Plziy Cast. Wi . it ELDON BARDE LL ELDON Life is too short to worry about :in education. FFA 1,2,3g Football 3. ala fl? ...ff gy is PATRICIA ALTIIOF PA'l You just can't help liking hvr, Pup Club I,3,4g FIIA 3,-I, Pnrliatmcntariun 4 Dramatics 33 GAA 1,2g Prom Svrvorg Clos: Secretary 3g Forensic 3, Treasurer 3g Fresh- man Girls' Chorus, Mixed Chorus 21 Girls Chorus 3g Ilomocoming Queen 4. MARY KAY BERNIIARDT BARNY I'm not old enough to know everything. GAA I,2,3,4, Point Recorder -Ig FIIA 1,2,3g Dramatics 2,35 Pep Club 1,2,4g Sportsman lg Arrowhead 2,3,4g Junior Play Castg Prom Scr- verg Freshman Chorusg MixcdChorus 2gGirls' Chorus 3,4. I . ARMIN BRUDI ARMIN A jack of hearts, but a Queen will take him. FFA 1,2,35 Sportsman 45 Baseball 45 Fresh- gialn Chorus5 Mixed Chorus 25 Junior Play s er. COLEMAN DAVIS COLIE On the surface he seems shy, but underneath he is one swell guy. Pep Club 1,2,35 Photo Club 25 Arrowhead 4. 4-1, ,tk . 'WJ 5 THOMAS CARROLL TOM Life is measured by deeds. Freshman Chorus5 Student Council 35 Black- hawk 45 Prom Server5 Projectionists 1,2,3,45 FFA 1,2,35 Junior Play Usher. K I 1 , ia , sig ' . f V' I if we RICHARD CURTISS TANK Now, I don't see it that way Mr. Einstein. FFA 1,25 Sportsmarfs Club1,2,3,4, Sec-Treas. 1,2,3, President 45 "S" Club 2,3,4,Sec-Treas. 2,35 Projectionists 1,25 Football 1,2,4, Mana- ger 35 Basketball, Scorekeeper 1,2,3,Manager 45 Baseball 1,2,35 Freshman Chorus5 Band1,2, 3,4, President 3,45 Contest Solo 25Junior Play, Properties manager: Blackhawk 2. -aw MARILYN BRUDI MARILYN Always there, always ready! GAA 1,2,3,4, Treasurer 4, Camp Represen- tative 3, Executive Board 3,45 FHA 1,2,35 Dra- matics 35 WCC 35 FTA 4, Secretary 45 Band 1,2,3,4, Contest Solo 2,3,4, Contest Accompan- ist 1, Clarinet Quartet 2,35 Freshman Mixed Chorus, Freshman Girls' Chorus, Junior Prom Chairmang Junior Play Cast5 Blackhawk 3,4, Editor 45 Pep Club 1,25 NHS 3,4, President 45 County Festival 1,2,3,45 Baccalaureate-Com- mencement Usher. ELLEN EBERLE EL I haven 't gottena letter for TWO WHOLE DAYS, PSP Club 1.2: FHA 1,2,35 Dramatics 35 Band I,2,3,45 Freshman Chorus5 Mixed Chorus 25 Girls' Chorus 2,35 Arrowhead 3,4. I' 1 . gb 1.21 V25 KI-.ITH EIPPER buccess is surc for a fellow like this. -ers' l 1 , 1-:IPPER btudc-nt Council 1,25 Pep Club 15 Forensic 3, President 35 Junior Play Cast, Arrowhead 45 Blackhawk 3,4, Ass. Editor 45 Band 1,2,3,4, Contest Solo 3,4, Cornet Quartet 45 Chorus 1 Z,3.4, Boys' Quartet 45 Madrigal 3,45 Speech Contest5 Mikado 4. LYLE ERTMER LYLE A live wire is seldom stepped on. Pep Club 15 Science Club 2,35 Music Club 35 lndus- trial Arts Club 45 FFA 1,2. ',.r 'f uhm. 'YY in Yyfr' Sl 2 A'-....+ '+A ',.w, N If r 1 --Q. l ARLISS ENDRISS GERT Her heart is like a moon--there is always a man in it. Pep Club 1,25 Arrowhead 3,45 Dramatics 35 GAA 45 WCC 45 Sportsman Club 15 Class Treasurer 25 Junior Play Castq Freshman Chorus5 Mixed Chorus 2,35 Girls' Chorus 25 Prom Queeng Halloween Queen, Homecoming Attendant 4. y. ,lC1,q'f-,mg ldfcf tk! 1714 1 if 'ij NANCY ENGEL NANC She isn't too tall and not too short, "Nan" is an all around good sport. GAA 45 FTA 4, Treasurer 45 Library Club 45 WCC 4. 1 l MB V yfl N' I ,I lf WW-sief J ,, L SHIRLEY EVANS RUSTY V' ' -fi, uf A light heart lives long. 'N' fl Pep Club 1,25 Freshman Chorusg Mixed Cho I V rus 2,35 Girls' Chorus 4. AUDREY EVANS RED Do angels really have rod hair? Pep Club 1,2,3,45 GAA 1,25 Chorus 1,2,35 x N Y FHA 1,2,3. .us f t Q 'Wd' JEANNE FREDERICK JEANNIE A finer girl cannot be found. Arrowhead 1,25 Blackhawk 1,45 FTA 1,3,4, Historian 1, Vice-President 45 FHA 1,2,3,4, Junior, Chapter, State Homemaker Degrees5 Pep Club 1,2,35 Dramatics 2,35 GAA 25 Dis- trict Contest Accompanist 152,35 District Con- test Soloist 45 Band 1,2,3,45 Mixed Chorus 1, Accompanist 2,35 Girls' Chorus 2, Accompan- ist 1,35 Madrigal Accompanist 45 Girls' Trio Accompanist 35 Lunch Cashier 45 Prom Ser- ver 2. DAVID GOHLKE GOKE I like work, I could sit a- round and watch it all day. Projectionist 15 Sportmens 1,25 Photo Club 35 Arrow- head 45 Band 2,3,45 Chorus l,3,45 Football 1,2,35Home Room Representative 4. CAROL FRAZIER CAROL Generally Speaking, she's generally speaking. Girls' Sextet 15 Pep Club 1,25 GAA 1,2,45 FHA 1,2,3. Parliamentarian 2, President 3, District Vice-President 35 WCC 3,4, President 45 Arrowhead 45 Dramatics 3,45 FHA Camp 35 County Festival 1,2,3,45 Mixed Chorus 2,3545 Girls' Chorus 1,2,35 Madrigal 3,45 District Contest 2,3,45 Usher at Baccalaureate and Commencement 35 Music Club 35 Junior Play Cast. N 5 sa . .v A .VL WAYNE HATTON WAYNE My head is like a doorknobg any girl can turn it. FFA 1,2,35 Treasury 2,3,45 Student Council 45 Usher at Graduation 35 Prom Server 25 Junior Play Cast5 Freshman Chorus. ROBERT GILLE BOB What? No girls in heaven! I'll stay here. 5 FFA 1,2,3,4,Sentinel45 Sportsmen 1,2,45 "S" Club 2,45 Projectionist 15 Cho- rus 1,25 Football 1,2,3,4. MARLO GROEZINGER MARLO An all around good guy. FFA 1,2,35 Projectionist 2,3,45 Sportsmen 4- Photo 45Ch0I'l1S 1.2,3.+lmt.Jc.':",' L,4p,,1f ffm' -vw' Q Gigs KAY HERMANN KAY Twinkle, twinkle, goes her eye. Who, she wonders, is that guy. Pep Club 1.2.3, President 3, FHA 2, GAA 1,2, 3.4, Freshman Chorus, Mixed Chorus 2,3, Girls' Chorus l,2,4, President 4, Girls' Sex- tet 2, Majorette l,2, Homecoming Attendant 2, Halloween Attendant 4. CAROL KLETT KLECKIE A quiet little maid with a quiet little way, GAA 2,1l,4, Officer 3, WCC 4, Secretary 4, NHS 3,4, Secretary 4, Annual 4, Pep Club 1,2, Student Council 4, Junior Play Usher, Bac- calaureate 3, Commencement Usher 3, Fresh- man Chorus and Sextet, Mixed Chorus 2,3,4, Accompanist 2, Prom Server, District Contest Aceompanist l,2,3,4, and State 2, County Fes- tival 1,.i,4, Jufu f U -fwrm H' in , '15 A." Lys' K , iti , lZ BETTY KAPPES BETTY LOU Beware boys, she's taken. Photo Club 1.2, FHA 3, Pep Club 1,3,4g Girls' Chorus 1, Mixed Chorus 2,3. RUTH KRAHENBUEHL RUTHIE Dance? Oh, I'd love to! Girls' Freshman Chorus and Mixed, Girls' and Mixed Chorus 2, Pep Club 1,StudentCoun- cil 1, FTA 2, Secretary 2. Jr' 2 it , . r ff W' Q' N-.. JOEL KAUFMAN Hop The girl that gets me is lucky. Science Club 1,2,3, "S" Club 3, Football 1,2, 3-45 Baseball 1,2,4, Projectionist 1,2,3,4,Vice President 4, Math Club 3, Sportsman 1,2,3,4, Freshman Chorus, Arrowhead -4. DOROTHY KROHMER DOLLY These karats aren't the edible kind. Pep Club 1,2.4, Prom Server, FHA 1,2g Girls and Mixed Chorus 1,2, GAA 2. Q.-.igkxvf-1 , 3 xx om rf ff EDNA KRUG l have il heart with room for every j0y,I meun boy. Pep Club 1: Girls' Chorus 1: Band 1213- EDDIE SHIRLEY ANN KUEHL SHIRLEY Sing and be happy. Pep Club 1,2,3,4g GAA 2, Mixed Chorus 1,2, 3 4- Girls' Chorus 1 23 SQ t-t1 23 P . - 1 v . , l .-3 " Y V 1 I' Mixed Chorus 1: FTA 2.3, Arrowhead -1' '-' H '- ' ' ' ' ' - it ' ' Om Prom Server 2: Junior Plziv Usher 3. Y PA'l'lilCIA KAYE MYERS PATTI She mulies fun wha-rc-ver she goes. Freshmen Chorus, Mixed Chorus 233,49 GAA l.2,2l, Pep Club l,2g Drnmatics 3, Arrowhead 3, Editor -4: Blind 1,2,Il,4g WCC 45 FHA -1. V, brivrr Z, Junior Play Last, County Ifestivzil 1, 33 District Contest 3. PATRICIA NELSON PAT A friend to all, to all a friend. Class Secretary 1: Pep Club 1,23 GAA 1,Z,3.4g FHA 1.2,3,-1. Projects Chairman 4g Dramutics Z, Vice President 35 Junior Play C:1st:Girls' Chorus 2,35 Mixed Chorus 2,3,4, Double Mixed Qunrtette 23 Freshmen Chorus. fl firm fm' Luffalv G w'f'fC'f9 L! W 1' Sf.. 'my wgup-uns-v"'f WILLAI MOLITOR WILT THE STILT Athletic .in tnll, A xo riend to ull. Class r ident 1 , 'e-President Iig Pro- jectio I' 137Sport e Club 1,2,3,1' Science Ciuu 1 pfrgllu 2, yirpclull :sg 5-s" Club 2,3,4g Fresh ii orus4AM13lc1L.C1iorus 21 Halloween King 4g Prom King 3, Junior Play Cast, Boys' State 3g Football 1,2.3,4g Bgisket- bull 1,2,3,4g Baseball l,2,3,4. LM loqlfnwd . V V. ' . , Q A A P 'T7v'Wf"ll ff, 'fifllbfrn Nfl tt- vt V i L ROBERT NOLLER LENNOX Teachers think I'm so sweet they wunt me in the foremost seat. FFA 1,2,3,4, Vice President 43 "S" Club 3.-l. Sportsmens Club -lg Prom Server 2, Freshmen Chorusg Mixed Chorusg Football 3,41 Basket- ball 45 Baseball 3,4. 'QTY' an-I 1 7-Q-o L -xx, 3 W 3 A.. .,... t . 5' . 4 ll K. I V" m.,l- .I diff If,1:,'f.5 3, , 4-Wg.. -14:91. 1 lf.:-fA..gfM,,v L, MW 'ff 1 ' 1 If BOB NUWAK BOB Pencils and hooks are just for geniuses. Transfer from Shannon 4. JANICE PARKINSON JAN There couldn't be anyone nicer. FHA l,2,3,4, Treasurer 2g GAA 1.2g Pep Club 1,iZg Arrowhead 4g Blackhawk Staff 3,-lg Foren- sic 3, Secretary 3g Dramatics 3. Treasurerg Majorette 2g ' B" Team Cheerleader 2: Class Secretary -ig Usher at Graduation 35 Freshmen Chorusg Girls' Chorus 2. JAMES ARTHUR PLOEGER JIM A little joke, ai little cheer, il little mischief-- Jim is here. Spurtsmen Club1,1Z,3,4g "S" Cluh Z,3,4g Feet- lmll l,2,3,-ig Basketball 1,2,3,4gl5aseb:1ll1,2, 3,43 Usher at Graduation 3g Prom Server 2: Freshmen Chorusg Junior Play Stage Manager. IKUBERTA REED RUBBIIS Uh, those out of town buys! Girls' Chorus 1,4g Mixed Chorus 2,33 Arrow- head 4g Library Club 2,3,4g Pep Club 1: FIIA 2,3911 Blackhawk Staff 3,4. PATlilClA LA VUNNE RIFE PAT One in ll million. Pep Club 1,2g Sportsmens Club lg Freshmen Sextetg Arrowhead 3,4g Dramatics 2,3g WCC 4g Prom Server 2g Girls' Chorus 2g Freshmen Chnrusg Mixed Chorus 3,-1. JERRY RILLIE CEESE Sportsmens Club 1,2,3,4g Photo Club 13 "S" Club 4g Blackhawk Staff 3g Prom Server 2g Class Vice President 3,4 Usher at Graduation 3g Football 1,4gBaseba1l3gBasketballManagcr 35 Freshmen Chorus. V Q. -3,55 - Z '- V 'Ima QW, ,V . FN- .5 , . Q xi s. . "'-mv if 'Wa-E., ,. X i 4-'Sfirl LL ..-- ' if .f' K. X -as Y, ,swf -. .- 3 figs F A 'S I 0541.27 Qqggfvy, 5lf1vtfJlC5H1w .Jw V, KATHLEEN SANDERSON KIT She's loafing again--only 99 on her quiz. FHA 1,2,3,4, Treasurer 3, Secretary 45 GAA 1,2,45 Student Council 2,3,4,Secretary3, Pres- ident 45 NHS 3,45 Treasurer 45 Annual 3,45 Freshman Cupg Pep Club 1,2,35 District Con- test Accompanist 1,2,3,4, District Contest 2,45 Processional Leader at Graduation 35 Junior Play Cast5 Chorus Accompanist 2,3,45 Home- coming Attendant 35 Halloween Royalty 45 Christmas Dance Royalty 45 Girls' State 35 Treasury 3,45 Jr.-Sr. Banquet Chairman 35 County Music Festival Accompanist 2,3. D-JK flwflrlb 4. vfltclvrflve ewbtff IV QCTIU,?y,dLo4Ql2'vdLfrJCfJNfJ KAREN SCHUBERT KAREN One Swell girl5 need we say more? FHA 1,2,3,4, Degree Chairman 1,Vice-Presi- dent 3, Reporter 45 GAA 2,3,4, Camp Repre- sentative 35 Pep Club 2,45 Dramatics 25 FTA 4, President 45Arrowhead 45 FreshmenChorus 1, Mixed Chorus 2,4, Girls' Chorus 35 Prom Server 25 Junior Play Castg Class Secretary 2, Treasurer 45 Student Council 3. MAXINE TOWNSEND MAX I like the fun of high school joys, but most of all the athletic boys. Pep Club 1,2,3,4, Sec.-Treas. 45 Girls' Cho- rus 1,2,3,4, Mixed Chorus 1,2,35 GAA 2,3,4, Treasurer 35 FHA 1,2,35 Cheerleader 4. AGNES UPMANN AGGIE We live to be happy! Pep Club 1,25 FHA 2,35 WCC 3,45 Library Club 3,45 Prom Server 25 Junior Play Cast5 Chorus l,3,4. WILLIAM VANDERHEYDEN WEED Beware' I might do something sensational Football 1 2 3 4 Basketball 1 2 3 4 Student Council 1 S Club Sportsman Club Pep Club 2 Freshmen Chorus Mixed Chorus 2 Math Club 3 Science Club 1 V SHHHO hum 4 DEANNA VANDEWEERD DE Give me a scissor, I love to cut up. Homecoming Attendant 15 FHA 1,2, Secretary 25 GAA 1,45 Pep Club 1,2,4, President 45 Dra- matics Club 35Majorette 1,2,3,45StudentCoun- cil 25 Junior Play Cast5 Halloween Royalty5 Mixed Chorus 1,2,3,45 Girls' Chorus 1.3. ,. . ,ff N.. 5 1 .5 .1 3 A F 55 5 5.1.3, -, ff a RUSSELL WACll'I'l:2R RUSS I can waste more time in an hour than most people can in a day. FFA 1,2,3.4g "S" Club 4g Sportsman l,2. DEAN WRIGHT DEANO Onci arm around a football, the other around a gir . FFA l,2,3, Sc-ntinel3gSp0rtsman1,2,3,4,Vice- Pres. 2, President 35 "S" Club l,2,3,4, Vice President 3, President 4g Baseball 1,2.3,4g Basketball 2,3,4g Football l,Z,3,4g Freshmen Chorus 1. Senior Chorus 3,4, Contest Solo lg Mikado 43 Junior Play Castg. General Prom Chairman 81 Toastmasterg Halloween Atten- duntg Christmas Dance King 44 Class Vice- President 1, President 4. arg" I .iw Iv 372' 'rdf' it ' AF, . 'Lf QW CAROL WISE CAROL Full of fun and mischief toog doing things she shouldn't do. GAA 1.2,3,4g WCC 45 Pep Club1.2: MixedCho- rus 1,2,3,4q Girls' Chorus 1,2,3: PromServerg Junior Play Usher. M FERN WURSTER FERN She has to be known really to be appreciated. FHA 1,2,3g Pep Club lg WCC 1, Vice-Presi- dent 4g Arrowhead 45 Mixed Chorus 1,2.3g Girls' Chorus lg County Festival lg PromSer- Ver. Class Officers Jvrry Rillie, Vice-Presids-ntg Janice Parkinson, Secretnryg Dean Wright, Presidcntg Karon Schubert, Treasurer. Class ponsors 'r Senior Class History On that wonderful morning of August 31, 1953, seventy green Freshmen entered the hallowed halls of Stockton High School. After our second class meeting, we elected Willard Molltor to lead us, with Dean Wright as Vice-President, Pat Nelson, Secretary, and Jean Andresen as Treasurer. Ruth Krahenbuehl, Kelth Elpper, and Bill Vanderheyden were our Student Council representatives. Chapman, Curtlss, Gille, Henkel, Kaufman, Molltor, Ploeger, Rillle, Vanderheyden, Wright, and Zlnk represented us in football and Baier, Molltor, Ploeger, played basketball. Kay . helped lead them on to Curtlss kept score. We treasury. Kay and Deanna Kathleen for the highest honor third. Dean Contest. Miss and advisers, be a successful one. l, 1954, sixty-five bold Curtiss, Schubert, and Arliss and Keith Eipper as Student Co Curtiss, Gille, Gohlke, Molitor, representatives were Baier, Groezlnger, and Janice Parkinson cheered Deanna a majorette, and Kathleen and Carol Contest. Mr. Jellnek, Mr. of Advisers. 1, 1955, fifty-three Juniors entered Willard Holiter, Jerry and Deanna VanDeWeerd were elected officers Sanderson, Karen Schubert, and Tom Carroll taking our problems to Student Council. Baier, Gille, Kaufman, Molitor, Ploeger, and Wright played football and Kay Hermann helped lead the cheering section. Kathleen Sanderson was our Homecoming attendant. Kay Hermann led cheers and Dick Curtlss kept score while Baier, Groezlnger, Molltor, Ploeger, Vanderheyden, and Wright played on the basketball team. We raised money by selling food S 4. ,, ,, u .thaw -1 arm m W , nw! ' up at the athletic home games. Kathleen Sanderson and Wayne Hatton became assistant treasurers. After the fire we finished the school year first in the basement of Stayner's Furniture Store and then in the peace and quiet of Atwood's Factory. Our play, "The Little Dog Laughed," given April fourth and fifth brought in more money for our treasury. On May 5, the Seniors were our guests at the Prom "Fantasy Beneath the Sea." King Willard and Queen Arliss ruled that evening. Shirley Kuehl, Marilyn Brudl, Keith Elpper, and Carol Frazier went to District Contest. Marilyn Brudi, Carol Klett, and Kathleen Sanderson were initiated into N.H.S. Kathleen an ment and Hatton, Jim the Senior Trio. , During Dean Our very to our new but unc school Mr Winter Jerry Rillie, Karen Schubert, and Carol Hatton reported to Student to have our Townsend led the , Curtiss, Gille, Kaufman, Vanderheyden, and team field Queen with Willard and Arliss Kay VanDeWeerd, ADick :re the Ploeger, Vanderheyden, basketball team, . Dean Wright was King Kathleen Sanderson representatives were Kathleen Coleman Davis, Keith and Jeanne Fredericks. of this writing the Board of Education has to take a three day trip and we are busy making plans for money-mal-:ing projects. Windowwashes, bus washes, dances, coat checks, food sales, and a class play are some of these projects. The Mikado and Contest are coming in the near future. Then the Prom and Commencement and Graduation willbeupon us. We will each go our individual paths, perhaps never to meet again, but the memories of these past four years will live forever in our hearts. ,S g I , ,,..- ......... if X Q! ff ! f? enior Class Will I, DOLORES ADLEMAN, will my Social Problems class to Virginia Ege. I, PATRICIA ALTHOF, bequeath my job at the bowling alley to anyone who doesn't like to sleep at night. I,lNhOgMAN BAIER, will my ability to act innocent in time of trouble to "Giggles" O o . I, ELDON BARDE LL, will ny ability to study to Lee Michael. l, JUDY BATCHELDER, wil my quietness to Linda McKee. I, KA? BERNHARDT, will my ability to get along with Mr. Gilbertson to Roger Aran . I, ARMIN BRUDI, will my ability of chewing Dentine gum to Hilton Ryder. I, MARILYN BRUDI, will all my dates to my sister, Sandy. I, TOM CARROLL, will my job on the Blackhawk to any Junior who wants it. I, RICHARD CUR'I'ISS, will my amazing ability to kill inanimate objects to Jerry "Mllkman" Offenheiser. I, COLEMAN DAVIS, will my ability to play the drums to George Miller. I, ELLEN EBERLE, will my ability to be engaged in my senior year to my cousin, Reta Koepp. I, KEILFH EIPPER, will my ability to stay out of fights to anyone who can run fast enoug . I, ARLISS ENDRISS, will Will to me. I, NANCY ENGEL, will my ability to study to Jerilyn Nadig. I, LYLE ERTMER, w'lll my better luck to any unlucky underclassman. I, AUDREY EVANS, will my bookkeeping books to June Blair. l, SHIRLEY EVANS, will my red hair to Carol Bardell. CAROL FRAZIER, will my ability to get where I'm going in a car rather rapidly Carol Simmons. I, JEANNE FREDERICK, will my ability to play the right notes at the wrong time to Carol Simmons. I, ROBERT GILLE, will my ability to wreck cars to John Sullivan. I, DAVID GOHLKE, will my ability to love Mr. Bretl to Dennis Kuhl. I, MARLO GROEZINGER will my ability to study social problems to John Dittmar. I, WAYNE HATTON, will my corn shocking ability to Hilton Ryder and LaVerne Beyer. I, KAY HERMANN, will my music and cheerleading ability to Lorraine Beyer. I, BETTY KAPPES, will my English class to Marilyn Harnlsh. I, JOEL KAUFMAN, will my anta Claus suit to Bob Schreck so that he can play Santa Claus next year. I, CAROL KLETT, will my ability to never say a word in Miss Davis' 4th hour study hall to Judy Logeman. I, RUTH KRAHENBUEHL, will my gay, talkative manner to Faye Woolcock. I, DOROTHY KROHMER, will my a ility to be quiet in Mr. Winter's study hall to Faye Woolcock. I, EDNA KRUG, will my ability to make the honor roll once to Sandra Krug. I, SHIRLEY KUEHL, will my ability to get straight A's to mg' brother Dean. I, WILLARD MOLITOR, will my vocabulary and singing ability to O fie. I,dFATRICIA MYERS, will the Arrowhead Staff of 1957-58 to the next flustered e tor. I, PATRICIA NELSON, will my seat in Mr. John Winter's study hall to Sharon Gutzmer. I, ROBERT NOLLER, will my ability and height to LaVerne Beyer for basketball next year. I, RORERT NOWAK, will my ability to not get my homework done to anyone who wants t. I JANICE PARKINSON, will all my full skirts to the girls returning to S.I'I.S. so that they won't be embarrassed climbing over the benches in the cafeteria. I, JAMES PLOEGER, will my glass cutting ability to LaVerne Beyer. I, ROBERTA REED, will my ability to never be a bother to Mr. John Winter in 5th hour study hall to Marilyn I-Iarnlsh. I, PATRICIA RIFE, will my ability to get along with Mr. Bretl to my sister Sharon! I, JERRY RILLIE, will my sidebums to Clayton Brunner. l, KATHLEEN SANDERSON, will my ability to make mistakes in the treasury to Melvin Schamberger. I, KAREN SCHUBERT, will my ability to always be quiet in Mr. John Wlnter's study hall to Mary Kappes. I, MAXINE TOWNSEND, will my cheerleading ability to anybody who wants it. I, AGNES UPMANN, will all my bus rides to my baby rother, Lyle, and all of my boy friends to any unsuspecting Junior. I, BILL VANDERHEYDEN, will my non-drinking ability to "Trumpet Face." I, DEANNA VANDEWEERD will my long curls to Lenore Spickler. I, RUSSELL WACHTER, will my ability to get low grades to Merle Scha . I, CAROL WISE, will my place in 6th our study hall to anybody who wants it. I, DEAN WRIGHT, will mtg ability to be on time for school to anyone who knows s good looking teacher that ey would like to stay with on Monday ni hts after school. I FERN WURSTER, will all the jitterbug dances at Atwooss to Reta Koepp. Ylulii tg SENIOR CLASS of 1957, will the ebt from our Senior Class trip to the or ass. I. to 1 4 ? ,n au! Q- Y Y V i-.LM .ff f P - v 5. ga-.4-A NAME Dolores Adleman Patricia Althof Norman Baler Eldon Bardell Kay Bernhardt Judy Batchelder Armin Brudi Marilyn Brudi Thomas Carroll Richard Curtlss Coleman Davis Ellen Eberle Kelth Eipper Arliss Endriss Nancy Engel Lyle Ertmer Audrey Evans Shirley Evans Carol Frazier Jeanne Frederlcks Robert Gille David Gohlke Marlo Groezlnger Wayne Hatton Kay Hermann Betty Lou Kappes Joel Kaufman Carol Klett Ruth Krahenbuehl Edna Krug Shirle Kuehl Y Dorothcy Krohmer Willar Molitor Patricia Myers Patricia Nelson Robert Noller Robert Nowak Janice Parkinson James Ploeger Roberta Reed Patricia Rife Jerry Rlllie Kathleen Sanderson Karen Schubert Maxine Townsend Agnes Upmann William Vanderheyden Deanna VanDeWeerd Russell Wachter Carol Wise Dean Wright Fern Wurster ,....-----M AMBITION Secretary Private Secretary President of Heilemaxvs Truck Driver Head nurse at Massbach Public Hospital Secretary Truck Driver Teacher Engineer Have a Controlling interest in Schirnoff's Vodka Co. Undertaker Homemaker Minister Future Californian English or Commercial teacher Engineer Nurse Factory worker Secretary Home Ec. teacher Engineer Owner of Atwoods Mfg. Co. Then I could take the night off whenever Mr. Robertson wants me to. Rum the first atomic sub up the Mississippi ,-Bui1d.Stockton's first atomic reactor Airline hostess Happily Married Head of a Siberian Salt Mine Secretary WAF Beautician Private Secretary Housewife Discover the Seven Cities of Gold in the Amazon Secretary or Receptionist Nurse Be a good coach like Coach Gilkey Farmer Mrs. K. L. C. Engineer Head bookkeeper for Dean 's Secretary President of Ham.m's Brewery Teacher Teacher Airline Hostess Married Secretary The first person to discover a live dodo bird in the Congo Private Secretary New York Yankee's first baseman Secretary Dodge Company test driver Bookkeeper PROPHECY First class flat-tire repair business Soda Jerk Head Taster for "Old Style" Run Ferry on Plum River Head Vet at Massbach Public Hospital Machinist at Atwood Taxi Driver at Wood- bine Editor of Scoop Caboose Owner of S.V.C. Llberace II Pin-up glrl in G.I. barracks Raise the devil Future cablnetmaker Hot rod driver Design corn-shock tipper-over trap Shoe repair woman Factory foreman Secretary to an engineer Shop teacher Ditch-digger Night-watchman Run the first atomic tricycle up Stockton's Main Street Go to the moon and see his relatives Owner of Casket Co. plus a dozen kids Mr. Scoop Shovel of 1960 Sit on Elvls's lap!! First lady general Frankenstein's private beautician To Marlon Brando Sell vacuum cleaners Discover the Seven Women in the Seven Cities Head "Reeder" School teacher Be a good boy like the Coach lnvent atomic pin setters Babysit with eight Woodbine Milkman Head bookkeeper for Borden's Secretary to Mr. Gllbertson President of Pet Milk Drive truck for Standard Oil Co. Teach the Army drills Co-pilot Secretary to the Lonely Hearts Club First person to die from a dodo bird bite Miss America of 1960 Batboy Pat Boone's Private Secretary Dodge Company's chie Wrecker Help drive Woodbine butter truck ,- Q-N 2l L,' X 1.-1 ,1-l si S il. ,iii iii -if X f' I I 1 ,- Underclassmen WAQ 05 I 'Q- Class Sponsors Miss Eunice Richmond, Mr Al den Bretl, Mrs. Frances Thomas Class Officers STANDING-B. Beyer. Secretary J. Carroll, Vice Presidentg G Miller, Treasurer. KNEELING- H. Ryder, President. Junior Class History August 31, 1954, found seventy-five bewildered little Indians pattering through the halls of Stockton High School. With the help of our sponsors, Miss Lingford, Mr. Bretl, and Mr. Dodd, we chose the follow- ing officers, President, Robert Busch, Vice President, JerryOffenheiser, Secretary, Sandra Brudi, Treas- urer, Neva Masters. Student Council members were Mar rethaRadloff, Tom Dick, and Merle Schap. Sandra Brudi was our Homecoming attendant. Margretha Radlof? was awarded the Freshman Cup. Those who participated in sports were Breed, Miller, Ryder, Keeffer, Offenheiser, Busch, Dick, Schambegger, Nadig, Schap, Blair, Olthoff, Beyer,Hartman, andSullivan. Judy Beyer was chosen as B team cheerlea er. On September 1, 1955, seventy-seven of us came back for more, raring to go! Jack Townsend was chosen President, David Hartman, Vice President, Sandra Brudi, Secretary, and Hilton Ryder, Treasurer. Student Council members were Robert Busch, Bill Keeffer, and Carol Simmons. Gerry Whaley was chosen Homecoming attendant. We were represented by Dick, Beyer, Blair, Breed, Busch, Hartman, Keeffer, Mapes, Ryder, Of- fenheiser, Sullivan, Nadig, Mi ler, Olthoff, and Townsend in basketball and football. Judy Beyer and Judy Atz were our B team cheerleaders. We were perhaps the most fortunate after the fire, as our class rooms were in the part of the old school that was saved. We felt more at home than the other classes which were scattered all over town. On September 11, 1956, sixty-seven energetic juniors enteredthe uncompleted halls of the new Stock- ton High. We started our year of confusion under the leadership of our President, Hilton Ryder, Vice President, Janice Carroll, Secretary, Bonny Beyer, Treasurer, George Miller. Our Student Council mem- bers were Carol Simmons, Jack Townsend, and Robert Busch. Sheryl Spencer was Homecoming attendant while Janice Carroll and Hilton Ryder were the Valentine Dance attendants. We were represented at Dis- trilclt Music Contest at Forreston y Masters, Miller, Kempel, Atz, Simmons, Bell, Beyer, Spickler, and Sc ager. Those who fought for our almamater were: Breed, Keeffer, Offenheiser, Busch, Dick, R der, Beyer, Sullivan, Nadig, Blair, and Schamberger. We were represented on the A cheerleading squady by Judy Atz and Janice Carroll. We increased our treasury by having all of the concessions at the athletic events. We were gifted with new sponsors at the begimiing of our Junior year: Mrs. Thomas and for the first semester Miss Cor- zett, while for the second semester, Miss Richmond. Our future plans include presenting a Junior class play and a prom for the Seniors. Next year we plan to do as well as we have done in the last three years. 4,-an 1" I ?F'5' F Q4 nga qs J - SUE 5? , mfs: 1: 5 :L -1 B on O "1 84' Juniors . Q .1 J 1 5 J if . i' 1. 1 C. Bardell D. Brubaker J. Dittmar M. Harnish 17' 'L :, Bell S. Brudi V Ege Heuerman g -'Sr 6 'W-I 1 J. x is ,. X . Q x mr. X .fa IL e B. Beyer L. Beyer J. Bucher R. Busch J. Endriss J. Fischer R. Hubb W. Keeffer .ff Q as QQ lf-wr 7 -v G3 .peas- me f""w -na-.1 . K I . 4 L 9.5 fs.. YQ N wr g Q. Q'- R. Albrecht P, Arnold J. Atz S. Atz R. Blair R. Bosdorf J. Carroll H. Coffey P. Fox K. Gerdes J. Kempel M. Knapp X., si , ,,, x Q , 1 r Xg -if 3 I ia.. ' "tr . ' . 'ti' -if A R . , -Q - . -X J Ar . 5 - . Sf tl N M " .N a xl M J fa - V? r.: . U T' .. X is A -kr x v ii ff n -by 1 iv xi K D, Kuhl G. Kuhns J. Logemann R. Mapes N. Masters L. Michaels gf MTS? P., Miner B, Mitchell R. Nadig J. offenheiser D. Olthoff L- Reed H, Ryder M. Schamberger M. Schap J. Schlafer G. Schubert L. Shere C- Simmons A. Smith S. Spencer L, Spickler M. Stadel J. Sullivan H. Townsend J. Townsend S. Townsend A. Wafbhter G, Whaley E. Willis N K. 3 . I y W E ,.: Q! in ggi -A . , E - ..,,. 5 T A A , .V M 1 s W, in . ,. 5 M X .sw , 'sw W f- 9 Q ' ' A . A , " 4, ur'-r. if lg MQ ..., . 5. , emu? Q, 4 4 Q 11? 5 H - . 5. 4 iP" el T ' fk . K ,Y . T -11' Q f 5 fl A i .. L L V ig., ff i A T s A K ,. gg. A . 2 NOT PICTURED: .- '.- ". in Q' W, I Juno B , I , I g: f K' Dale Endriss A , I y g e, ,. Carol Thome . : f " I Robert Townsend A i I r . s . S.-. R fi ii . ., ..,. X' A 35 Sophomore Class History On September 1, 1955, 64 Freshmen entered the halls of Stockton Hi h. At our first class meeting, we chose Wayne Simmons as our President, Sharon Rife, Vice President, Jugy Buske, Secretary and JoAnn geidenreicla, Treasurer. Lorraine Beyer, Charles Werkheiser, and Robert Rillie represented us at Stu- ent Counci . We entered a float in the Halloween parade, "Better Schools for America." Sue Ann Rowe was chosen as Homecoming attendant. The Freshman class was well represented in sports. During the football season, Arand, Parkinson, Brandt, and Rillie were our representatives. Parkinson, Brandt, Arand, Rillie, Heidenreich, Johnson, Wexlkheiser, and Ven Huizen played basketball, while Lorraine Beyer and Sue Rowe helped cheer them on to v ctory. b d JoAnn Heidenreich was drum majorette and Sue Rowe and LaVonne Green were twirlers for the an . After the fire, December 4, we attended school in the Methodist Church and later in the American Legion Club rooms. Under the leadership of our sponsors, Mr. LaForge, Miss Miller, and Mr. Lankenau, we had a very successful Freshman year. 58 Sophomores entered the new high school on September 11. Our officers this year were: President, Wayne Simmons, Vice President, Sharon Rife, Secretary, LaVonne Green, and Treasurer, JoAnn Heiden- reich. We were represented at Student Council by Lorraine Beyer, Joan Stadel, and Robert Rillie. Mr. Ryan, Mr. Robertson, and Mr. Eshelman are our class sponsors this year. "Conference Champs" was the title of our float in the Halloween parade. Sue Rowe was again chosen as Homecoming attendant, and Lorraine Beyer and Robert Ven Huizen were royalty at the Christmas Dance. Sophomore royalty at the Valentine Dance were Roger Arand and LaVonne Green. Brandt, Eden, Rillie, Schreck, Werkheiser, Arand, Johnson, Simmons, and Parkinson played football, and Brandt, Heidenreich, Rillie, Werkheiser, Arand, Roberts, Townsend, Ven Huizen, and Parkinson played basketball. Marilyn Gutzmer, Sue Rowe, and Lorraine Beyer were B team cheerleaders. dJoAnn Heidenreich was drum majorette, and Sue Rowe and LaVonne Green were twirlers for the secon year. We are now trying to make money for our prom next year. A class project this year was selling ma- roon and gold ballpoint pens. We also had a bake sale to help supplement our treasury. We are looking forward to our last two years at Stockton High, and we are hoping they will be as successful as the first two. Class Sponsors M. Robertson, Mr. Eshelman Mr. Ryan. Class Officers STANDING-Wayne S i m mo n s, President. SEATED-L a V o n n e Green, Secretaryg Sharon Rife, Vice Presidentg JoAnn Heiden- reich. Treasurer. Af'- G' . ophomores Y 3 Us ,y . 'R -l N 9 L fs- . 255' R. Arand P. Belk B. Beyer L. Beyer R- Beyer E- Bvhrloff P. Albrecht P. Althof R. Brandt E. Broshous J. Buske M- Carroll R. Dick C. Eden L. Eden M. Eden R, Eden J. Fox L. Green M, Gutzmer R. Hathoway J. Heidenreich M, Heidem-eich si QU a L gf' . K f 'Z 'B W . nr X ' f, wg Q J- an rt 4 " 'A ' if " -'i: N", '. X if if if- 4 ...-..,,,. fu F ' if ,..E7A ! A .- uql' f LYVYD 1 2 ,J R. Johnson R. Koepp D. Kuehl R. Larson J. Libberton D. Noller L. Nowak W. Parkinson J. Ploeger B. Randecker Rlfe R. Rillie D. Roberts D. Roberts S. Rowe D. Schlafer T Slmmons W. Simmons J. Stadel J. Stietz D. Toepfer M. Townsend Upmann B.-Ven H'u.izen K. Wachter J. Walker C. Werkheiser E. Woker K 5 . .4-,,,. yi.. 2 Q. MV: . 2 1 . '- s . wif' V Q .rs . N' ik R A . ..Q -A I G K , f X Z . . H '---- M- .if Q V' gk' xl : M ' ' . it .. L, Q. A 1:- . 'sig . if ..,,. EH mn ' - . -. , N. 5 x Q T I Q, 1 W. Mackaben I. Randecker R. Schreck G. Uecker 'ifux x , - NOT PICTURED Calvin Evans Freshman Class History Freshmen opened the doors of our new high school for the first time on September 10, 1956. Shortl after school started, a meeting was held to elect officers to help lead the group through its first year ofyschool. The following were chosen: President, Jerilyn Nadigg Vice President, Janice Wagnerg Secretarly, Mary Kappesg Treasurer, Kathleen Molitor. The class elected Carolee Blair, Keith Klett, and Judy Wa ker to take our ideas and suggestions to student council meetings. Our Homecoming attendant was Faye Woolcock. Faye, also represented our class as queen at the Christmas dance. Greg Johnson and Faye Woolcock were our attendants for the Valentine dance. At Halloween t e entire class worked together and contributed two prize winning floats and a very successful stand. Our first party was held in the school cafeteria January 19th. The party was a success due to the co-operation of the class and will always be a pleasant memory. The Freshmen boys who went out for basketball and football showed their class spirit in their loyalty to the school and team. The boys representing us in football were: Evans, Gille, Hooker, Johnson, Levins, Magee, Midthun, and Parker. Evans, Johnson, Miller, and Townsend were the boys on our basketball team and were cheered on by an enthusiastic group of Freshmen Spectators with Jerilyn Nadig as a cheer- leader for the B team. We would like to express our sincere gratitude to our sponsors Miss Davis, Mr. Giles and Mr.James Winters for their guidance in starting us on our high school education. X' 0 jgjw . . pf in MU!! X27 A I lf ,, yy., . pf Class Sponsors Miss Shirley Davis, Mr, James Winter, Mr. George Giles, E , . X Class Officers M. Kappes, Sccretnryg J. Nadig ' A er Vice Prc President, J. Wagn , sidentg K, Molitor, Treasurer Freshmen N . AX.L New X t A 3- BQ X we QS. L., 'E tan X a , ii . , X A '- - .M . ' , X. v . . P X ,sy H. -ii. -pw K ' Ll' . l ,.,f E . - . -. EN ff 3 -N fb C. Blair M. Bonjour B. Breed D. Broshous N. Broshous M. A1lh0ff E. AUTH-Bd B. Banwarth G. Beyer C. Brunner R. Dittmar L. Edcn K. Eipper E. Endriss R Engel C. Evans K. Evans D. Feltrneyer ll. Gille E. Guenzlcr S. Gutzmer S. Hacker L. Haeft E. Hayes K- H055 J. Hitzelburger D, Hoy C. Johns G, Johnson M. Kappes J. Kalzenberger B- Kehl in 5, e Bi mth- V 3 M . .T if .-7 . , . f 'Y , 1: get . Mx. 2 4 A ' ' "" Q5 '- 'Qvx ""' Y? 'V . L-i-"'F,! 6 K F V 1 3 -1 lg' . gtg it V S H 4 1 X ' N in Y -- N " e . ""'5s p- 95 'i 7 ,F Wt, Qi. Q ll Q -- . Q. ,, , '-' . ---0 'D "" 'Z . We we D B V' 'Q- v. rl f wx. 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J , . . - W M H' J , "l 'e 'L if .E 4r..' an iff' e 'N' 'rr e 'ef fy N ' i - Q1 X , 'B' ' .. 2 Q mx, ' mm NOT PICTURED: fi 1 A , . . 0 . 'X K K h K . Frank Evcrsoll L' V: K 'Wg f , 1 iw , Suzanne Inman .elr e r ,wwf El hih fade gg B :P K. Brubaker J. Dittmar D. Haring 'rn-.qs 73. Af. Q9 k E. Brunner N. Brunner R. Downing V. Heidenreich 15" , 'f wr R Heuerman B. Lewis Lexbert D Logemann G Lurung B Magee B Mlckle Midthun F. Miller M1tche1l H Neal W Noller J RaChUy L Reed D. Schreck P. Viel J. Zink f I1 eventh Grade Y ia 'Q' xx Nh . W. Bartch C. Beyer G. Beyer R. Bucher R. Coffey K, Crain A, Eve!-5011 J. Feltmeyer R. Field D, llcidgm-eich T. Henkel T. Heuerman I an 9 f, ' ' A 'ani 5 I 'er ' . M Y . A r-'V I' 5 -7 xg t --. N 1 1 xi M. Bower L. Dinderman C. Green D. Hughes A an Breed Dixon Haight Koepp R. Broednicke N. Dow R. Hanson K. Krug gf 1- r i if A rnold Bardell Broshous Eden Hau? Kup er 'fu E . f' x'. nv A Q X 'gg ,. 1... J-.. - ' .- 'Lf . ' ' 'qi' li Q . H e ' i i.. in .l 3 , A - V 8 S by Q QV? 3 ., gt j x ' ? 1 X K A , A xi 1 , Q 'biw- Da. A N .m g - ,, fs? 1 K in T 7 X ' M ff ::, jf! . 2 M A f - ,ern , .,, .E 3 .E f. . x :Z I Q ky. V: mn if . Q I, : . Lk A .V . gm, -r . 2? xr 1 X W 334 .H . ',?"' ' ' ,M L ' N . ' . M :I Hs .. R1 W . AW . :af .. t -.... Q Y - R 2 ' mf-'N .. '-:, , 1. X' " . " ' I e " ' ' sfiilfii' J ' A "E "iff is Y A. Leibert M. Libberton S. Lieb M. Luning L. Luy J. Neal T. Neebel D. Parker V. Pash A. Parkinson J. Reed P. Reed P. Schiess C. Schlafer J. Schlafer R. Simmons B. Simmons G. Townsend M. Townsend S. Vanderheyden S. Westaby G. Wickland J. Yeager A. Zinc K. Zinc vga QLQ. . .z f. . arg 'Q Qi' lv 3 6 C. Mapes L. McKee D. Pike K. Raab N. Schubert T. Schuldt T. Vanderheyden L. Vick an 1 ' -v-gf A Onvx ' e ., 11-jv' 7 1 ,.,V,t,,,. 55" M a-QS? . NOT PICTURED: C. Burkhoider L Huttenlocker W. Kappes I 1' r - J LXLL-1f,J-f E nfl L Af LA' L" 1 ' ! " j K , L x .- g K, C ' 1, .. ,. If Y., LK, Ex- L ' L 'QM ff J - L ,fft , fk KAL' . U' 'LY LUV' +P-1.41 f 7 . . .X 1 N 41 ,Q ff X 'ff flfxi 'L ,, L' A I 5 J 1' X ' V X . L f fer! 111.771-""v, M- X. li xl! 14k K L 'f DLY,-' 'I V I -1 fl ,g,lu.4ff 7 L! L I A V' A 1 n I I Ind 4'3" It 1 -fi-4 ICI! 71 'H' jzilf 4156. ' H X I f 3 Q 1 Y L I--fl 11.4 LL' ' f f kd lnkc ,. r j f tudent Council ROW 1-C. Klett, C. Simmons, R. Busch, K. Sanderson, J. Town- send, R. Rillie. ROW 2-J. Stadel, C. Blair,K. Klett, Mr. Lankenau, W. Hatton, L. Beyer, J. Walker. Representing the entire student body are twelve students-three from each class-who form the tie between students and faculty. Their main objective is todiscuss problems which occur in school or at school functions, and try to find solutions to them. The student council helps the students to see the teacher's point of view, and the teachers to see the student's point of view. The year's activities include: help pick assemblies, help Lion's Club to plan Halloween activities, have Homecoming Dance and Parade, have Christmas decorations for the school, get a new honor plaque, and assist in the election of cheerleaders. We want to give this year's Student Council a big Thank You for their efforts in helping to improve the school. The officers for this year are, President, Kathleen Sanderson, Vice President, Robert Busch, Se- cretary, Carol Simmons, Treasurer, Jack Townsend, and sponsor, Mr. Lankenau. K, Sanderson, M. Brudi, C. Klett. Treasury The treasury department handles all the funds for the student and teacher organizationsg and have charge of ticket sales during games. The students who are to be treasurers are chosen as assistants their Junior year and become offi- cial treasurers during their Senior year. The treasurers this year are: Seniors-Kathleen San- derson and Wayne Hatton, Juniors-Sheryl Spen- cer and Melvin Schambcrger. Helen Heidenreich is their adviser. National Honor ooiety Character, scholarship, leadership, and ser- vice are the qualities National Honor Society wishes to encourage in its members. The mem- bership is limited to the upper one-third of the class and members are chosen by a council of faculty members. This year's activities include: a Valentine Dance, a new sign andthe initiation of new members. The year's officers are: Spon- sor, Mr. Giles, President, Marilyn Brudi, Vicc President, Mr. Giles, Secretary, Carol Klettg and Treasurer, Kathleen Sanderson. W. Hatton, S. Spencer, K Sanderson, M. Schamberger. FHA 9 S 6 sv ,ff ROW 1-K. Sanderson, J. Kcmplc, C. Simmons, S. Rowe. ROW 2-Miss Davis, Miss Richmond. ROW 3-M Gutzmor, S. Bell, K. Schubert, L, Spickler, P, Nelson, J. Whaley. Future Homemakers of America Future Homemakers of America is a club for the girls who are interested in homemaking. Their activities for the year have included a style show, initiation ceremony and luncheon for their mothers. The officers for the year are: President, Carol Simmons, Vice President, Judy Kempelg Secretary, Sue Ann Rowe, Treasurer, Kathleen Sanderson. Miss Davis, Miss Richmond and Mrs. Carson Simmons are the sponsors. f ROW 1- B. Reed, M. Bonjour, J. Stadel, L. Reed, L. Beyer, L. Green, L. Eden, J. Katzenberger P Belk. ROW 2- D. Noller, S. Inman, R. Reed, J. Frederick, A. Lyden, D. Feltmeyer, D. Heuerman C Kuhse, M. Krause, C. Blair, D. Nowak, J. Stietz, B. Banwarth. ROW 3- J. Walker, C. Miller, K. Eipper J. Walker, R. Dettmar, S. Gutzmer, C. Evans,P. Albrecht, E. Bohnhoff, S. White, F. Woolcock, K. Schreck ROW 4- B. Breed, I. Simmons, S. Rife, J. Fischer, S. Krug, R. Koepp, J. Bucher, A. Wachter, R. Miller M. Stadel, J. Fox, B, Mitchell, C. Althoff. ROW 5- E. Willis, M. Carroll, E. Guenzler, V. Ege, N. Masters C. Mitchell, J. Atz, M. Kappes, C. Bardell, J. Toepfer, M. Harnish, J. Heuerman. ROW 6- D. Perry J Hitzelburger, S. Buske, J. Ploeger, I. Randecker, D. Toepfer, P. Sullivan, L. Eden, L. Haeft, E. Aurand B. Ven Huizen, J. Heidenreich, B. Randecker. GAA O 6 lub.--.Ivy s W-X NJ:-1 ROW 1- K. Bernhardt, N. Masters, J. Logemann, J. Kempel, M. Brudi. ROW 2- R. Dittmar, L. Eden, K. Schubert, Mrs. Durtschi, P, Arnold, N. Engel, S. Brudi. One of the active clubs in our school is the Girls' Athletic Association. The club was organized to promote good sportsmanship among the girls, and to provide more participation in sports. The club is a member of the Illinois League of High School Girls' Athletic Associations, which offers each girl an op- portunity to win four awards. Activities this year included a hike with a picnic supper in the park afterward. Here we had our pledge ceremony. During the softball season, we had 5 teams , with 50 girls participating. Thirty-five girls took swimming lessons at Freeport during the fall. Bowling was a popular sport, with 65 girls taking part. Sandra Townsend had the highest average. Basketball included a co or tournament at noon, consisting of 8 teams with 8 girls on each team, a class tournament during the evening, with the Sophomores and Seniors being victorious. Twenty girls are entered in the State Postal Basket Shooting Tournament. Ten girls were entered in the State Postal Bowling Tournament. They rolled a 3 game series of 1889. Formal initiation was held January 28th. Fifty four girls received their pins at an evening candle light ceremonty. Plans or the spring include a play day at Warren, another hike, and a softball tournament. We plan to end our G.A.A. activities with a banquet during May. Officers this year are: Judy Logemann, President, Judy Kempel, Vice President, Neva Masters, Secretary, and Marilyn Brudi, Treasurer. Kay Bernhardt is point recorder. , The executive board is composed of: the officers, the two camp representatives, Karen Schubert, and Sandra Brudi, and the class representatives, Ruth Dittmar, LaVerne Eden, Peggy Arnold, and Nancy Engel. Mrs. Durtschl is sponsor. Q 6 .1-A L- , H54 K V V 8 Q Q A V 'S . , is 4' f Q . -43 I ROW 1- B. Banwarth, S. Inman, S. Brudi, C, Blair, C. Klett, D. Feltmeyer, J. Whaley, J. Wagener, D. Noller, L, Beyer. ROW 2- M. Gutzmer, C. Kuhse, J. Carroll, C. Miller, M. Stadel, J. Fox, J. Walker, K Schreck, M. Brudi, L. Eden. ROW 3- J. Nadig, B. Breed, M. Harnish, N. Masters, J. Toepfer, C. Althoff K, Molitor, C. Wise, B. Kehl, S. Gutzmer.ROW 4- M. Kappes, C. Simmons, J. Atz, C. Mitchell, J. Ploeger B, Ven Huizen, D. Van De Weerd, J. Hitzelberger, R, Miller, J. Libberton. ROW 5- J. Heidenreich, C Frazier, L. Haeft, L. Eden, P. Sullivan, P. Arnold, J. Kempel, K. Schubert, E. Aurand, D. Perry. We - lf-.Q is Q- f .., W J a-S ,301 1 l", - 22 " ., 6 ,I E Yr'-L. ROW 1- S. Rowe, S. Townsend, L. Green, A. Lyden, E. McPeek, J. Stadel. ROW 2- M. Krause, B. Beyer, A. Endriss, K. Hermann, B. Mitchell,K. Bernhardt.ROW 3- R. Dittmar, J. Logemann, N. Engel, P. Nelson, C. Evans, M. Althoff. ROW 4- K. Sanderson, J, Townsend, L. Kuhns, S. Spencer, S. Bell, B. Beyer, J. Fisc er. f FFA One of the most active and larger clubs in our high school is the Future Farmers of America. They have participated in the Public Speaking contest, seed sales, grain and livestock judging. They are planning to participate in dairy and poultry judging, pest campaign, family night. They went to the Inter- nationa Livestock Show in Chicago. This year the sponsor is Mr. Lankenau. The officers are: President, John Schlafer, Vice President, Robert Nollerg Secretary, Russell Wachter, Treasurer, Gary Schubert, Reporter, Larry Breed, Sentinel, Bob Gille. ROW 1- L, Breed, G. Schubert, B. Noller, J, Schlafer, R. Wachter, B. Gille, Mr. Lankcnau. ROW 2 Brunner, M. Knapp, H. Gille, R. Larson, J. Offenheiser, S, Miller, L. Michael, E, Broshous, E. Hayes. ROW 3- L. Beyer, G. Beyer, M. Knapp, B. Dick, K, Wachter, J. Dittmar. ROW 4- T. Simmons, M. Town- send, J. Endress, L. Shere, J. Townsend, J. Steitz. ROW 5- M. Eden, R. Hubb, M. Groezinger, E. Woker, C. Eden R. Arand. ROW 6- C. Evans, C. Werkheiser, D. Schlafer, J, Upmann, R. Nadig, G. Magee, D. Kuehl, D, Endress, D, Beyer, B. Schreck, N, Broshous, B. Borsdorf. -C. rfwmwf Photo and Projectionists ROW 1- L. Michaels, M. Schap, H. Ryder, N. Baier, M. Schamberger, J, Kaufman, G. Uecker. ROW 2- C. Brunner, D. Savage, S. Miller, Mr. Eshleman, K.'Hess, N. Yeager, W. Mackaben. ROW 3- H. Parker, K, Klett, G. Beyer, C. Johns, G. Johnson, W. Simmons, M. Midthun. ROW 4- R. Johnson, H. Townsend, P. Althoff, R., Busch, P, Levins, C. Werkheiser. ROW 5- J. Rillie, M. Groezinger, R. Schreck, G. Magee, R. KoePP, M. Heidenreich, D, Baker, T. Carroll. For the first year the two clubs of Photo and Projectionists have been combined. They take pictures of school activities, which they develop with their own equipment. The projectionists have the responsibility of showing films in classes. The officers are: President, Norman Baiersg Vice President, Joel Kaufman, Sec-Treas., Merle Schapg and the Board of Directors, Hilton Ryder, Melvin Schamberger, Lee Michaels, and Gerald Uecker. Arrowhead 1 .Tix sac: 'Q' -"' f-'N 'air 3 6 nw, WY FQ nf? ln-af", ROW 1-B. Beyer, Mrs. Thomas, P. Myers.ROW2-B. Banwarth, L. Eden, K. Bernhardt, L. Green, R, Reed, S. Inman. ROW 3-J. Parkinson, D, Savage, S. Rife, R. Koepp, C. Miller, B. Breed, E. Endriss, A. Endriss. ROW 4-P. Rife, J. Toepfer, E. Eberle, G. Johnson, J. Townsend, E. Krug, S. Hacker, K. Molitor. ROW 5- L. Eden, S. Atz, S, Buske, K. Eipper,R. Schreck, S. Spencer, D. Adleman, K. Schubert. ROW 6-P. Sullivan, S. Kuehl, J. Upmann, R. Beyer, R. Koepp, D. Gohlke, F. Wurster, M. Kappes. Thanks to a competent Arrowhead staff, the school paper came out every two weeks. The members all worked together to have a better paper and feel they have succeeded. A special "Thank You" goes to the Senior Steno typing class and Mrs. Rieder for their help in typing and mimeographing. This year the spon- sor is Mrs. Thomasg Editor, Patricia Myers, and Assistant Editor, Bonita Beyer. Pep Club ROW 1-L. Beyer, B. Banwarth, K. Bernhardt,A. Lyden, L. Green, J. Dittmar, B. Kappes, C. Blair, J. Wag- ner, S. Rowe. ROW 2-M. Gutzmer, B. Kehl, M. Althof, S. Rife, R. Eden, K. Hermann, L. Molibor, J. Nadig P. Albrecht. ROW 3-B. Mitchell, J. Heuerman, M. Harnish, J. Hitzelburger, J. Toepfer, R. Arand, B. Ran- decker, J, Batchelder, E. Willis, J. Bucher. ROW 4-M. Carroll, D. VanDeWeerd, L. Kuhns, B. VenHuizen B. Parkinson, C. Mitchell, C. Bardell, M. Townsend,M. Kappes. ROW 5-J. Ploeger, D. Krohmer, A. Evans S. Kuehl, D. Kuehl, P. Sullivan, L. Eden, J. Buske, J. Heidenreich, D. Adleman. As its name implies, Pep Club was organized to promote school spirit, pep, and good sportsmanship. In the club they begin the yells and songs, and are a group at games to help ead cheers. Sponsor, Mr. Gilesg President, Deanna VanDeWeerdg Secretary-Treasurer, Maxine Townsend. llsll ROW 1-R. Curtiss, D. Wright, W. Molitor, Mr. Gilkey. ROW 2-L. Beyer, J. Kaufman, R. Busch, R. Arand J. Offenheiser. ROW 3-J. Rillie, H. Ryder, J. Ploeger, J. Sullivan, R. Schreck, R. Wachter. ROW 4-R. Noller, R. Gllle, W. Parkinson, N. Baier, B. Vanderheyden, T. Dick. The "S" Club is an honorary club for lettermen only. They strive for good sportsmanship in both team and audience. They also study rules, and show sports movies, thus promoting an interest in sports. The officers are: President, Dean Wright, Vice President, Willard Molitorg Secretary-Treasurer,RichardCurtissg and the sponsor is Mr. Gilkey. porfsmen's Club lllflflil Hifi!!! I .,...vf: nun- -vnsgnv-qw-In will A L Q .44 9 4 Hathaway, R. Moser, G, Uecker. ROW 2-J. Luning, M. Midthun, M. Knapp, H. Coffey, J. Sullivan, Mr. Winl ROW 1-E. Broshous, K. Hess, S. Miller, H. Gille, W. Mackaben, C. Brunner, L. Michael, R. Engel, R ter, Mr. Gilbertson,R. Curtiss,D. Olthoff, W. Simmons, R. Larson, K. Evans, H. Parker. ROW 3-S. Hacker G. Johnson, F. Eversoll, R. Dick, L. Beyer,R, Rillie, R. Arand, J. Offenheiser, M. Eden, C. Werkheiser, R Johnson, C. Johns. ROW 4-R. Mapes, J. Dittmar, L. Shere, C. Evans, L. Breed, M. Townsend, M. Groezin- ger, R. Borsdorf, G. Schubert, N, Broshous, P. Levins, J. Endriss, R. Eden. ROW 5-R. Wachter, R. Rillie R. Busch, A. Brudi, H. Ryder, R. Noller, J. Ploeger, D. Wright, T. Dick, J. Kaufman, P. Althof, A. Smith ROW 6-R. Nadig, D. Endress, B. Parkinson, B. Vanderheyden, N. Baier, G. Magee, R. Brandt, J. Heiden- reich, D, Kuehl, W. Molitor, R. Ven Huizen, R. Gille, R. Schreck. The Sportsmens' Club is for those who are interested in sports, such as hunting and fishing. They learn about conservation and wildlife. The Sponsors are Mr. Gilbertson and Mr. John Winter. Officers are: President, Richard Curtissg Vice President, Duane Olthoffg Secretary-Treasurer, John Sullivan, The Board of Directors consists of: Tom Dick, Willard Molitor, Dean Wright, Bill Vanderheyden, LaVerne Beyer, and Jerry Offenheiser. FTA The purpose of the F.T.A, is to learn and understand more about the teaching profession. Our organization belongs to the Frank L. 8: Helen S. Burns County F,T.A. Chapter. Our pro'ect for the first semester was makin a chart containing essential facts for college-bound students. This chart was ?ater ex- plained to the P.T.A. Our second semester project was taking a field trip to Nor- thern Illinois State College at DeKalb. Our future plans include attending the coun- ty meeting in Hanover on March 25. The officers are: President, Karen Schubert, Vice President, Jeanne Frederickg Secretary, Marilyn Brudig Treasurer, Nancy Engel. Mr. Giles is sponsor of F.T.A, ROW 1-J. Frederick, K. Schubert, Mr. Giles, M. Brudi, N. Engel. ROW 2-J. Stadel, L. Green. ROW 3-J Walker, B. Beyer, L. Eden, I. Meier, J. Nadig, C. Blair. .41 K 4 I ' K f - fall. V - Q5"f"v"7' R 'fl' O ' 1 Ax: -'..?i-14:53 iv While Collar Club MW' ROW 1-F. Wurster, C. Frazier, C. Klett, Mrs. Rieder. ROW 2-R. Albrecht, J. Whaley, P. Myers, A. En- driss, J. Carroll, S. Brudi, S. Townsend. ROW 3-J. Batchelder, P. Rife, L. Spickler, A. Upmann, S. Spen cer, S. Atz, N. Engel, C. Wise. W.C.C, or White Collar Club is made up of students who take commercial subjects such as: Bookkeeping, Stenography, or Typing. Their main activity of 1957 was the Christmas dance, the "Dance of the Sugarp1ums." They also par- ticipated in the Halloween activities. A trip to a business school was being planned for the future. Mrs.Rieder is sponsor, President, Carol Frazier, Vice President, Fern Wurster, Secretary, Carol Klett. Industrial Arts Club .a-pe, ' -,.a,g..' .L ao- '-' fy , 'Q' saw' Qxgi' ..' "fm ,Z W-1 iff'?"W ROW 1-Mr. Winter, sponsor, K. Evans,R. Eden,W. Simmons. ROW 2-D. Savage, R, Hathaway, R, Luning, K, Hess, L. Michael, N. Yea.- ger, G. Uecker. ROW 3-J. Luning, G. Johnson,R. Johnson, C. Johns, S. Hacker, Mr. Midthun. ROW 4-D. Hoy, P. Althof, D. Schamberger, R. KoePP, L. Ertmer, J. Miller, H. Townsend. ,.. l . Library Club Library Club is composed of students who like books and like to work with them. 'Ihey check out books and magazines, do repair work, and help keep the library neat. They also have charge when their is no teacher. This year they sponsored a Euchre party. Sponsor, Mrs. Durtshig President, Alta Wachterg Vice President, Darlene Toepferg Secretary-Treasurer, Ione Randecker. ROW 1-Mrs. Durtschi, D. Toepfer,I. Randecker,A. Wachter. ROW 2-E. Bonhoff, R. Reed, L. Reed. ROW 3 R, Koepp, N, Engel, A. Upmann, B. Randecker. I. Simmons. . 1 Junior Play .F . RCW 1-N. Baier, C. Frazier, D. Wright, K. Sanderson. ROW 2-K. Bernhardt, M. Brudi, A. Endriss K Elpper, P. Nelson, P, Myers. ROW 3-K. Schubert, A, Upmann, W. Mo1itor,W. Hatton, S. Kuehl D Van De Weerd. Iast April b and 7, 1956, the Junior Class presented the play "The Little Dog Laughed." Laurie Himtington, a college student ma'oring in psychology, tries some of her psychology on her unsuspecting family. Tlie results proved very interest- lng. There were sixteen characters in the play: N. Baier, C. Frazier, D. Wright, K, Sanderson, D. Van De Weerd, S. Kuehl, W. Hatton, W. Molitor, A. Upmann, K, Schubert, P. Myers, P. Nelson, K. Bernhardt, M. Brudi, A. Endriss and K. Eipper. They all felt they gave a ver successful performance which was due, in part, to the very capable direction oiyMr. LaForge. This play had the largest attendance and receipts of any play in the past few years. Fw! enior Play "The Curious Savage" was presented by the Senior Class Friday and Saturday, March 22 and 23. The story centers around the inmates of "The C1oisters," a mental institution. The story points out the fine line of distinc- tion between those on the inside and those on the outside. The cast, under the capable direction of James Winter, consists of: Marilyn Brudi, Maxine Townsend, Wayne Hatton, David Gohlke, Carol Klett, Kathleen Sanderson, Agnes Upmann, Kay Bern- hardt, Marlo Groezinger, Joel Kaufman, and Keith Eipper, Deanna Van De Weerd was student director. "The Curious Savage" was the first play presented at the new High School, and was enjoyed by all. STANDING-M. Townsend, K. Bernhardt, M. Brudi, D. Gohlke, C. Klett, K. Sanderson, D. Van De Weerd SEATED-A, Upmann, J. Kaufman, K, Eipper, W. Hatton, M. Groezinger. iii- ROW 1-C. Klett, J. Frederick, J. Parkinson, M. Stadel, K. Eipper, M. Brudi, W. Hatton, R. Reed. ROW 2- W. Keeffer, T. Carroll, K. Sanderson, M. Schamberger, R. Miller, M. Schap, Mr. Winter, sponsor, J. Kem- pel, P. Arnold. Annual taff The annual staff this year has had the usual roblems that all yearbook staffs have. These include pictures not being here on time, and missing deadllfnes. Of course, our main problem was not enough money-but like all annual staffs of the past, we take this out, put in something else and then find we should have used the first after all. We have had a lot of fun even though we all worked very hard. We give a special note of "thanks" to Mr. James Winter for being so helpful as our adviser. We started our big year by working only one night a week. This was very satisfactory at first, but around the first of March we came to the conclusion that six nights a week wouldn't be enough. Here on March 15-supposedly the last deadline-we are still working. We can see the end in sight, but it is still a couple of days away. Another vote of thanks to the staff. I admit we all didn't a ree all the time, but who does. The staff consisted of Editor, Marilyn Brudi, and Assistant-Editor, Keitgi Eipper. Senior reporters were: Jeanne Frederick, Janice Parkinson, Roberta Reed, Tom Carroll, Wayne Hatton, Kathleen Sanderson, and Carol Klett. Junior reporters were: Judy Kempel, Peggy Arnold, Ruth Miller, Mary Ellen Stadel, Bill Keeffer, Melvin Schamberger, Merle Schap. The Annua staff has worked hard on the annual this year, and hopes you will enjoy it. p .- Li 1, s .123 up .. k as' Y S X gig W9 X if 'ish , fi- ,gg f 1 A - .fswtifiif 29 Q KNAQA Beneath The 'A 1 W, ' X N ,L . K .. S33 X - . . . . xx K , Rl A -X..-yn -Lx H5 ' -59-ff: 4 -H I 'Wm '57 Rf YT-h w Q 'TQN j ..-an-ani .Q ff. , if J' w f S 'Tb-f 'zu-3 M.. ,,a, Q in 5"14'WW3'.Q,,A ii, ,Y fQ HUP u AUGUST 27 Seniors proudly show class rings! SEPTEMBER 10 Freshmen first to enter new higlh 11 Others invade the unfinished allowed hall. Stockton has win over Mt. Carroll. Wonderful way to start the season fellows! 17 18 19 21 26 27 -19 Smile prett seniors! The annual staff and Mr. Winter meet for first time Say, Kay what's a parking ticket look like? Another win. This time over Galena. Hear those groans? Seniors got proofs today. -28 First home game, under the new liglhts on our new field-- another victory over East Dubuque. Bill as party. OCTOBER 3 Pat elected Homecoming Queen. Arliss, Sherryl, Sue and Faye attendants. 4 Would you like a magazine? 5 lscome game with Shullsburg. Another win for Coach Gilkey and ys. 9 Arrowhead meeting at Pat's. Sure had fun at Samxnon's, huh? 18-19 No school--Teacher's need vacation already! 19 Homecoming! Big turnout to see Blackhawk trounce Warren. Big crowd at dance. 23 Magazine campaign over. Arliss, Kit, Kay, Dee, Dean, Willard, Jim, and Dick chosen Halloween royalty. 28 First music concert. Big turnout. 29 How's corn-shock tipping-Juniors? 31 Halloween success. Arliss and Willard reign! iam Mm, r X... A. , im: .GV WDM y jzv uf' f .K wr ww 2 W L NOVEMBER 4 Game with Aquin makes season of eight straight wins. Thanks for the trophy boys. 5 Basketball practice begins. 6 Ike chosen for second term. What happened to Adlai, Mr. Bretl? 12 Lorraine, Sue, J erilyn, and Marilyn chosen Junior Varsity cheer- leaders. 13 Bob's surprise party. 17 First basketball game. Win over Pearl City. Good start fellows. 21 Thanksgiving vacation. 24 Lose to Lena. Good game fellows. 26 Back to school. Oh well, vacation can't last forever. 30 Lose to Aquin. Better luck next time. DECEMBER 3 Seniors get pictures-happy. 4 Remember a year ago today, kids? QSchool burnedll 11 Win over Warren. Troubles Dean? 15 Christmas dance. Dean and Faye reign. 17 Barney has a hush-hush party. 18 Win over Hanover. Tied for conference first with Elizabeth. Big game Friday. 21 Win over Elizabeth! First in conference. School's out for Christmas vacation. Merry Christmas!! 25 26-29 Holiday tournament-Milledgeville wins. AIHHWY li.l5K9 JANUARY 1 Happy New Year 3 Back to school. 4 Win over Galena 5 Lose to Lena 11 Lose to East Dubuque. What's the matter fellows. 14 Mr. Cooper gives first assembly. 15 First annual deadline. Lose to Benton. 18 Beat Warren. 22-25 County Tournament. Dark horse Hanover wins. 29-30 Annual pictures. Library Club has Euchre Party. FEBRUARY 1 Win over Scales Mound. 2 Grolmd Hog Day. Valentines Dance--Kit and Bill reign. Atten- dants: Faye, Greg, Roger, Bonnie, Hilton, Janice, Willard, Arliss. 5 Lose to Hanover. 8 No School!! 12 Back to school. De Yip Loo gives assembly. Senior play cast chosen. 14 Happy Valentines Day. 15 Mikado successful. Kit wins DAR award. 18 First play practice. 22 Last home game. Play East Dubuque and lose. 26 Lose to Mt. Carroll last game. -.. s,'kWP:-3'iZ,6vY51 Af. -EW . MARCH 1 March comes in like a lamb. Three months left of school. 4 Faculty plays Lions in basketball game Q75 Of course Faculty wins 37-36. Are you sure the game wasn't fixed Faculty? 5-8 Regional tournament at Freeport. Stockton wins over Winnebago. Freeport wins. 8 Senior Social Problems classes go to Moline. The place will never be the same again. 9 J.V. tournament starts 10 Kay, how about a five gallon can of gas for your birthday? 11 Annual staff madly at work. Annual to be done by Friday!! 15 Junior Varsity Semi-Finals. 16 Junior Varsity Finals. 20 Future Homemaker's Initiation. 22-23 Senior Class play "The Curious Savage" How about an acting career kids? Country Government Day F.H.A. Daddy Date Night APRIL 3 Assembly 6 G.A.A. Roller Skating Party at Polo G,A.A. Play Day at Warren Assembly "Trinadad at Carnival Time" Athletic Banquet County Festival 28 29 13 17 22 23 MAY 1 F.H.A. Installation of Officers 10 Assembly "The Quinn's" Band Concert 18 Junior-Senior Prom and Banquet 24 Choral Concert JUNE 2 Baccalaureate 5 Graduation 6 Hurrah!! We're Free!! usic f 4 K f u 1 r.. Q W A 'H- , r .. 91 Q -5 N li' 77 ., Y. Ci ,mae 'Rr ew Www... , , Mgmmk r.. Mmm, A ..M..,, 3 M Concert ROW 1-M, Brudi, L. Eden, C. Werkheiser, B. Breed, S. Inman, P. Arnold, J. Frederick. ROW 2-E. Willis, A, Wachter, J. Heidenreich, D, Curtiss, B. Beyer, M. Heidenreich,D.Schlafer, D. Beyer, L. Haeft. STANDING-P, Myers, S, Brudi, G, Miller, C. Miller, M. Stadel, Mr. Robertson. ,..........---- ,.......1-- .1...i--1 E lug 1 K, .wwmw-evsnsciiiluullku ,L , 3 , ,S,rf:':wZf' Band ROW 1-C. Simmons, B. Beyer, M. Bonjour,J. Rachuy, N. Masters, R. Miller, J. Kempel. ROW 2-K. Eipper, M. Schap, R. Wachter, D, Goh1ke,E. Eber1e,D. Baker, S. Miller, J. Nadig, W. Simmons, D. Hoy, J. Walker. STANDING-J. Schlafer, W. Mackaben, L, Spickler, J. Stadel. ins, R .4 V1 Marching Band 4' ff! .X Majoreiies S. Rowe, D. Van De Weerd, L. Green, J. Heidenreich. Our majorettes went with the band to the Hanover and Warren Homecom- ings. They displayed their skill at our own Homecoming and at the local football games. The three twirlers received new uniforms last fall which added the inished look that the majorettes have given the band. Jo Ann has been the drum majorette for two years. Deanna has twirled for four years, and Sue Ann and LaVonne have eaclldtfuiiyrled for two years. .jf jp L I ' K I ,N 'J 7 V C2 :A I Gy 'Q A Xl' 612 QSDJX I f A .. 7 XJ! i pl, J jf I pf -is NV :J 'kj-KB' SJ J I ry!!! 1- Lf ' 1 I 1 , fy fi Wyxa J lg!! gli: fy! T ' x ' a, - W EW fly ,VJ My IFJ, MWJJ F92 J 'ff 'Y-f , J! kj Q J pf JL f-2 I fbl LJ I' off Y wljlr-A 4-Jjjx-J JJJJJ M I JJ Y fly "J LQJ- ,SN QJJ' gjjalfi V .. V . A f 0 .Qfl MAJ, .lf A Q 81 USM IZYISBUIDIBS I X SAXOPHONE TRIO F LUTE TRIO W. Simmons, B. Beyer, C. SimI110r1S. N. Masters, R. Miller, J. Kempel. -uf WOODWIN D TRIO L. Eden, J. Walker, J. Kempel. WOODWIND QUARTET C, Werkheiser, A. Wachter, W. Macka- ben, E. Willis. Wa BRASS QUARTET J. Stadel, P, Arnold, B. Beyer,M. Schap Music Department The Music Department is one of the largest organizations in our school. Mr. Robertson is the di- rector of both the band and the choruses. The band has 44 members. The officers are: Dick Curtiss, President, Neva Masters, Secretary, and Bonnie Beyer, Treasurer. Jo Ann Heidenreich is Drum Majorette, and Deanna Van De Weerd, Sue Ann Rowe, and LaVonne Green are the twirlers. The band marched at the football games, and the pep band played at the basketball games. There were several small groups from the band this year. They include: the woodwind trio, Laverne Eden, Joan Walker, and Judy Kempelg the flute quartet, Neva Masters, Ruth Miller, and Judy Kempelg the saxophne trio, Wayne Simmons, Betty Be er, and Carol Simmons, the brass quartet, Bonnie Beyer Merle Schap, Joan Stadel, and Peggy Arnold, the clarinet quartet, Wayne Mackaben, Eileen Willis, Charlie Werkheiser, a.nd Alta Wachter. The band presented a concert during the spring to raise money for uniforms, instruments, and new music. There are three separate choruses.The mixed chorus consists of boys and girls from the Sophomore Junior, and Senior Classes. This chorus has 35 members and the officers are: Dean Wright, President, Carol Simmons, Secretary, and Deanna Va.n De Weerd, Treasurer. Kathleen Sanderson is the accompanist. This year for the first time we have a girls' glee club. There are 19 members, and the officers are: Presi- dent, Kay Herman, and Secretary, Sharon Atz, Reta Koepp is the accompanist. The Freshman chorus is the largest of the three with 40 members. The officers are: Beverly Ven Huizen, President, and Mary Kappes, Secretary. Carol Evans, Sharon Gutzmer, and Lou Ann Eden are the accompanists. The Music Department presented a fall concert during Qztober, a Christmas concert during Decem- ber, and a spring concert during May. The annual County Festival was held at Stockton on April 26 this year. The combined choruses and bands presented their concert in the Stockton gymnasium. This year we attempt- etdasipmethilnghpfaw by putting on an operetta-The Mikado. It was a lot of work, but the finished product made wort w ' e. We had 16 entries at District Contest this year. We came back with 3 firsts, 8-seconds, and 5 thirds. Neva Masters and Ruth Miller, flute, and Carol Simmons, vocal, will represent Stockton at State Contest. Those receiving second, or excellent ratings were: Judy Atz, Jeanne Frederick, Sharon Bell, and Carol Frazier, vocal, Bonnie Beyer, trombone, Kathleen Sanderson, piano, The Madrigal Singers, and the Flute Trio. Those receiving third, or good, ratings were: Marilyn Brudi, clarinet, Co eman Davis, piano, Betty Beyer and Carol Simmons, saxophone, and Jeanne Frederick, French horn. The Music Department had a very successful year, and plans are being made for an even better Music Department next year. . ANC! , jf ,A X, r X nw, J , l V I J K, lg Y 7,1 ye I , 1 I' A I ' J f I 1' 'I L, ji . 2 f l . ci A ff .ff A .1 1 'Y ,J .. ' I 4 '61 ' 1 J,!' M I! Lf, 5 W ' 1 -r . X ' 4 ft C' 'fit' ,nf ,. p , .wjef ' Q XMLJ! I . , I ,A Z'- ff' Q 1 ' . " X , . ' ' 1 1 L A kg! fp, X I A! Era L Lx V! f t K, Q7 'fi' l -ff i f 'I' 4' f N-f 4 G It Kr X661 D K 1. X. ,ij V X ' zff' Mixed Chorus . li V, 2. or so 'af 8. . 5 To ,V . -it R f 'f a a ', , gag, Y .. H . . - " 5 R ' ' 9' ,, I f I T, - .K V Q. . K. ,sq x r C J ' 7 .Vg 5 4 I lar' I ' gf' ' ii T -1 , 3 I Q r 1 x I Q J X 6 6 Y 3, -is 3 x Q X l a 1,2 t uv Q 4 'M' U, , , . X ,G , , ,- Q A A 'qv . wil? A Q .Q 1 D3 , ff... 2 .. S im ROW 1-G. Kuhns, M. Gutzrner, E. Bonhoff, L. Beyer, D. Brubaker, Mr. Robertson. ROW 2-P. Nelson, R Miller, P, Rife, J. Atz, P, Myers, L. Green. ROW 3-K. Schubert, L, Spickler, W. Simmons, K. Gerdes, B Beyer, P. A1brecht,C. K1ett.ROW 4-D, Ad1eman,S. Bell, A. Groezinger, D. Wright, K. Eipper, C. Simmons C. Wise. ROW 5-J. Buske, A, Upmann, S, Kuehl, D. Gohlke, L. Ertmer, C. Frazier, D. Van De Weerd Girls' Glee Club Q' -Jilin 'T ROW 1-Mr. Robertson, L. Reed, S. Townsend, D. Roberts, R. Reed, D. Noller. ROW 2-K. Hermann, S. E- vans, R. Koepp, J. Fox, B, Mitchel1,D. Heuerman. ROW 3-J. Bucher, C. Bardell, M. Townsend, J. Ploeger, S. Atz, M. Carroll, S. Rife. . . Freshman Chorus 'Fr Q ROW 1-B, Reed, L. Eden, A. Lyden, D. Nowak, B. Banwarth, E. McPeek, J. Katzenberger, Mr. Robertson. ROW 2-F. Woolcock, D, Feltmeyer,J. Wagener, E. Hayes, C, Brunner, C. Kuhse, M. Krause, C. Blair. ROW 3-K. Schreck, M. Althof, B, Kehl, K. Eipper, K. Klett, C. Evans, R. Dittmar, S. White, J. Walker. ROW 4- S, Gutzmer,J. Toepfer, S. Hacker, C. Johns, G. Johnson, G. Beyer, L. Kuhns, K. Molitor. ROW 5-M. Kappes, I. Meier, E. Aurand, R. Magee, J. Miller, L. Shere, P. Sullivan, B. Ven Huizen, D. Perry. Freshman Quartet ON-w' J. Walker, Accompanistg L. Eden, C. Evans, C. Blair, K. Schreck. Accompanists Mixed Chorus Kathleen Sanderson Freshmen Chorus Carol Evans, Sharon Gutzmer Lou Ann Eden. Girls Glee Club Reta Koepp Junior Harmoneftes S. Bell, L. Spickler, J. Atz, C. Simmons. Girls' Sextet L. Eden, Accompanistg S. Rowe, L. Green, J. Ploeger, B. Ven Huizen, J. Heidenreich, B, Ban- warth. Boys' Quartet K. Eipper, J. Schlafer, D, Kuehl, D. Wright. XJ! 9 L W 9 'gl Madrigal Singers J. Frederick, Accompa.nist.ROW 1-J. Atz, L, Spickler, S, Bell, C. Frazier, C. Simmons, B. Bey- er. ROW 2-K. Eipper, J. Schla- fer, D, Kuehl, D. Wright, D. Gohlke, W. Simmons. Contest Vocal Solos J. Atz, S. Bell, C. Frazier, C. Simmons, J. Frederick. Contest Instrumentals ROW 1-K. Sanderson, R, Miller N, Masters, M. Brudi. ROW 2- C. Simmons, B. Beyer, K, Eipper J. Frederick, B. Beyer. .1 V 2tvS The Mikado The chorus department of our school pre- sented the operetta, "The Mikado" February 15 under the direction of Mr. Robertson. The cast included: Judy Atz, Sharon Bell, Carol Simmons, Carol Frazier, Dean Kuehl, Waiyne Simmons, John Schlafer, Keith Eipper an David Gohlke. Carol Klett was student director and the accompanists were Jeanne Frederick and Carol Evans. "The Mikado" was a great success and was enjoyed by all. orfs I . s 1 ...M Aa A -,,,,-v" ggkag- A is -"Lf ,A ' Q I -ir W-f--"" ' qy x f - ff - f :sw TZ klggfli img Llp -.x K. H1312 ! 5 1 ' ' Q'-IK ' 5 Q75 X y Q 4 Q 4, ...J ..., lv Wx., 'Q fifwl 'NW " . Football Under the leadership of the new coach Mr. Gilkey the football team had a terrific season with an 8-0 record. The team won the U.S. Grant championship undisputed. Dean Wright, our halfback, held the state record for the most points scored in the state. The whole team played very good football together. 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This doesn'tte11 the whole story. The team scored 1366 points to 1090 for the opponents. The team finished third in the U.S. Grant conference Tom Dick Willard Molitor Norm Baier Dean Wright Bill Vanderheyden Jim Ploeger 420 307 278 109 80 79 Bill Parkinson LaVerne Beyer Ron Nadig Bob Blair John Sullivan Melvin Schamberger Bob Noller Norm Baier W111ard Mohtor Dean Wrlght Tom Dick PK' 3? Q A 'lkifkfl 911+ 42-S ww -iff N Q Q gf: M sm M y - fi: 3213977 A - mf ' ,-fix, fx' --.242":-wife-aX5--'Yi 5 1 , 3 A N ...X wr 5 M 'K Wi :W 'ff K T f .1 S. , 3 sw 1 wi fi Qf f qv, ,X S232 x fi 72 F fff W ROW 1-Mr. Ryan, R, Arand, M. Heidenreich, R. Brandt, C. Werkheiser, R Ri111e ROW 2 K Evans G Johnson, M. Townsend, R. Ven Huizen, G, Townsend, D. Roberts, S. Miller. "B" Team The B team played very good basketball this year under the new coach Mr. Ryan. They lost several very close games. However, much basketball po tential was shown by the Frosh. Soph. boys. 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' mf 75,2 ,, N .1",x, ,- ' Bllger- Blankenberg Studio N " Camera Portraiture x xx- ' "The new photographic style everyomfs talking alumni." Phone . Main 1318 11 N. Van Buren St. Freeport, Illinois Q Pl' QQ? ,.0, 59 cy e X989 A ' I .f 4 Ll L' 'NGW06 1 1 1 1 7 1 A ' J , I ' 1 'V X' ' fl, fm M 1 ,V . ' 5 il , vw lf 1 'ESQ-Sysygffixlxf-gm ERN H2-J COMPLIMENTS OF 5,80 s srocxron moron corrrrnxqii Rav BUICK and CHEVROLET CL 0 ' QF myth SALES AND SERVICE SQL., 'iqhu -Qwktbir. if 'inf L64 1951 OW. 11? ani Aadkkge fiat xZff1F'wwt 5 W- W N Wm I- glfe Wi . I W MIM Q Z Q M HERMANN CLOTHING STORE STOCKTON, ILLINOIS R h d J DeBauche Donald C. H mann Clothing and Shoe Store CONGRATUL TIONS TO THE C ASS OF 1957 F m The Employees The Officers The Directors HRST NATIONAL BANK OF STOCKTON Member of Federal Reserve Member F.D.I.C. STOCKTON, ILLINOIS ll 1 's 1 I 1 . , . I A' A , ' 14' 9 'jf I I I J N- I I 1 -' A . 41:,,T.Z ' f l ' 1-y',,""' H J V Q sf 1 s J I I J-Y W. A l ' I I 1 . 3. -T' If N I ix 'J Com liments of v ' 'P 1 . i - HermunrrFuneruIHome,. 1 f f ' COMPLIMENTS , 1 I Schumberger Truck Service - Of Stockton - 4 I 1 Dependable Service That Pleoses " ' .N I ' HAROLD SCHAMBERGER ' 1 Phone Main 102 J 0 "h K. t l ' ' T DEQ- 'jlwrn Y Stockton Cooperative Association CONGRATULATIONS FROM K COAL'CUSTOM GRINDING Q FEEDSSEEDS JEWELRY sron: A PoultryN8a Hog Feeders 85 Waterers Watches Complete Line of Kozy Buildinzs Rings FIELD SEEDS JGWSIYY I Expert Watch Repairing Main 193 GEORGE CRAFT 201 S, Main Stockton Certified Watchmaker ., 73 X "lo :rv f COMPLIMENTS OF COMPLIMENTS OF UNION DAIRY FARMS Jo DAVIESS Pnovzn sms smvlce QUALW, DAIRY PRODUCTS Burton Tiffany Carroll Spickler Guernsey Dairy - Distributor Compliments of KRAFT Breed's Clover Farm Store Qll?lllf'N' G1'o0vl'ivs and Meats Main 171 We Deliver COMPANY Stockton, Illinois I 5 - 6 .I I 0 Jr- I-' I 1 4 JI It 1 l SAMMON'S GRILL Highway 20 at 78 STOCKTON, ILLINOIS I a Vanderheyden IGA Super Market Complete Self Service Everyday Low Prices Stockton, Illinois f O2 'W K - , I' Ixu- I X 6 , ,,,, ,, , I- . Mx Wifflllllllflllllllilll WQX Bowl For Fun and Relaxation Young and Old Bowling ls For Everyone STOCKTON BOWLING LANES Ira and Betty Stayner PHONE MAIN 404 STOCKTON ILLINOIS PARK'S CAFE The Home of Delicious Food Marie Parks STOCKTON, ILLINOIS COMPLIMENTS OF W. l. MOORE Optometrist STOCKTON, ILLINOIS Main 401 RAlPH'S BEAUTY SHOPPE Ralph Kncuuer 120 SOUTH MAIN STREET STOCKTON, ILLINOIS Compliments Of ll HI DI cl STOCKTON, ILLINOIS Compliments Of SNACK SHACK STOCKTON, ILLINOIS Bill Bernice STOCKTON AUTO BODY Complete Body and Fender Repair Wm. J. Durtschi, Prop. PHONE MAIN 431 STOCKTON, ILLINOIS BART'S CLEANERS 126 WEST FRONT STREET STOCKTON, ILLINOIS "We're Right On The Spot" Bart Brandt For Pickup and Delivery Phone Main 92 Compliments Ot THE CHOCOLATE SHOP STOCKTON, ILLINOIS KAUFMAN'S VARIETY STORE School Supplies MAIN 56 STOCKTON, ILLINOIS PRlEWE'S FLOWER SHOP When You Say It With Flowers, STOCKTON BAKERY BAKERS OF Better Breads Pies -- Cakes -- Pastries say If with Ours Made Clean Baked Clean Sold Clean MAIN 455 STOCKTON MAIN 54 John Graves STOCKTON ILLINOIS GRAVES GROCERY Trade Here And Save THE STOCKTON HERALD - NEWS Takes a Friendly Interest In And Wishes Success To Home Owned Frank Graves The Class of 157 STOCKTON' ILLINOIS Stockton's Newspaper Since 1888 Stockton and Wards Grove Mutual G A M B l' E 5 Fire and lightning Insurance Co. HTl'le Friendly S'l'0l'eH Stockton, Wards Grove, Rush, STOCKTON, ILLINOIS Warren and Nora Townships Stockton, Illinois f-" --w l Dresses QQ' , Novelties Stockton Farmer s Exchange .5 Bob Trost, Manager W , A Jewelry - Stockton Illinois - ' ' Accessories J ,-,.. Helen and Luigi M I f srerrms' 0 f X TRACTOR sms KAM"Mf'fR'5 MAIN 268 sum smvlci Stockton, Illinois MAIN 140 ...I .I , L Stockton, Illinois DRIE D. WRIGHT W. l. SANDERSDN Your Standard Oil Agent . MAIN 320 Home Decorating Service Stockfonl illinois white 183 STOCKTON, ILLINOIS H STIIDIRD If Mobilqas , Mobnlqas FIEDI-ER GERALD K. Annum MOBIl SERVICE E'I"Ihm0VI"9 MAIN 38 Sand and Gravel Hauling STOCKTON, ILLINOIS PHONE ILIR9 Fred Fiedler Walter Steffes WOODBINE' ILLINOIS WOODBINE FEED Mlll Leon Arnold, Prop. Coal -- Feed -- Salt Livestock -- Grinding -- Mixing WOODBINE, ILLINOIS ABE DITTMAR AND SONS PHONE 40R10 U.S. Rt. No. 20 Woodbine, Illinois Quality Products -- Friendly Service Congratulations Class of '57 DOCTOR RACHUY STOCKTON IMPLEMENT CO. R. F. WALKER HANSON'S FOR Philco Television Color and Black 81 White SALES and SERVICE STOCKTON, ILLINOIS STOCKTON SHOE STORE Glov-Ett Shoes "The Little Store With the BIG Va1ues" STOCKTON ILLINOIS STOCKTON SAUSAGE AND PROCESSING PLANT Custom Butchering and Smoking LARD RENDERING COMPLETE RETAIL MARKET Phone State 86 Stockton, Illinois Congratulations Class of '57 Compliments Of CURTISS SERVICE STATION Since 1927 Curtiss For Courtesy Compliments Of SOUTH SIDE SERVICE STATION Virgil Brinkmier Norman Haring THE FRUDDEN LUMBER CO. Building Material and Coal "We Will Build You A Home and Loan the Money To Pay For It" Main 2 Stockton, Illinois ClAR-ZEl CAFE Home Cooked Food Clarence and Zelma Phone Main 69 Stockton, Illinois Hotze's Pllilgus 8. Appliances PHONE MAIN 105 Stockton, Illinois Typewriters and Adding Machines New and Used - Sales - Trade and Service Reasonable Rental Rates ElMER PRIEWE or Armin Priewe's Flower and Gift Shop Tel. Main 71 or Main 455 - Stockton, Illinois COMPLIMENTS OF B. T. HUSO Veterinarian STOCKTON, ILLINOIS J. ERIC GUSTASON, M. D. 101 WEST FRONT STREET Office 81 Residence Phone Main 327 STOCKTON, 1L1N01s I BANWARTH STANDARD SERVICE Greasing -- Washing -- Batteries Tires -- Wheel Balancing Main 96 Stockton, Illinois STOCKTON HARDWARE Plumbing -- Heating -- Appliances MAIN 25 Stan and Virginia Fischer GlANVlllE HARDWARE Since 1887 Pittsburgh 8- Seidlitz Paints Wallpaper - Glass PLUMBING and HEATING STOCKTON, ILLINOIS MAIN 39 COMPLIMENTS OF Modern Laundry 8. Dry Cleaners 205 East Main Freeport, Illinois S 8- H Green Stamps Don't Fail --- See Kohl LARRY KAHL APPLIANCE CO. Main 17 Freeport, Illinois .luck Scllwirtz Chevrolet Company TELEPHONE 103 ELIZABETH, ILLINOIS Allis-Chalmers New Idea -- New Holland FOR QUALITY SANDING CONTACT JOSEPH DONAHUE Red 361 Stockton, Illinois HAFFELE DRUG STORE Walgreen Agency DRUGS WITH A REPUTATION Stockton, Illinois With Your Meals .... Our Delicious Coffee CONTINENTAL COFFEE SHOP "Where Students Meet and Eat" STOCKTON, ILLINOIS SCHROEDER DEPARTMENT STORE CONGRATULATIONS CARDINAL FOOD STORE Richelieu and Other Fine Foods The Store of Friendly Service sTOcKTON, ILLINOIS BlAIRS GARAGE Complete Repairing Main 283 Stockton, Illinois MOIITOR PLUMBING 8. HEATING WESTINGHOUSE T.V. Sales, Service and Appliances Z. F. Molitor and Sons Main 287 Stockton, Illinois SPAHN 8. ROSE IUMBER CO. READY MIX CEMENT QUALITY FUEL Building Material Main 106 Stockton, Illinois MAIN CLOTHING STORE Mens Wear --- Boys Wear LOWEST cos'r PER DAYS WEAR ' C. A. Toepfer Stockton, Illinois Don Simmons and Earl Drane MYERS FARM STORE GARAGE PORTABLE FARM BUILDINGS Radiator Repairing Farm Supphes Phone Main 67 Stockton, Illinois 109 Nom Mau' Street STOCKTON, 1LL1No1s - ml! iff STOCKTON SAlES COMPANY Stockton, Illinois MAIN 75 Richard Heikens Robert Heikens Wayne Stuyner Furniture Store "Home of Fine Furniture" Armstrong and Sloane Linoleum Products Alexander Smith Carpeting STOCKTON, ILLINOIS HAWES BOTTLING WORKS ELIZABETH GARAGE FREEPORT COCA-COLA Agnes M' Graves' Pm' B0-I--I-UNG co., INC. BUICK and PONTIAC AUTOS GMC TRUCKS FREEPORT, ILLINOIS BODY and FENDER REPAIRS Complete Auto Servicing C. H. gifts for every occasion l l --W' iw I ' 5 T 1 T l Freeport, Illinois LEATHER GOODS FIIEEPORT, ILLINOIS Luggage, Leather Goods, Gifts for Bulova, Elgin, Hamilton Watches Keepsake Diamond Rings and Other Fine Jewelry see M055 gf Wtfvuf SIEENESEJN ST. 12 East Stephenson Street Freeport, Illinois Guggor I laiurol Home runnlsi-mass cmzvenne QW. Ending S. in B! - EEPORT, ILLINQS C19 55 FREEPORT, ILLINOIS Western States Mutual Insurance Co. Freeport, Illinois Al C. EMRICH socierv BRAND CLOTHES ELECTRICAL Quality" Clothing and Furnishings AZ ' W CONTRACTOR OPPOSITE COURT HOUSE Freeport, Illinois 109 E. Exchange Freeport, Illinois A- O As Usual RINGER'S For The Unusual Freeport's Leading Jewelers 112 w. STEPHENSON STREI-:T SPENCER LUGGAGE SHOP Luggage, Gifts and Decorative Furnishings 105 WEST STEPHENSON FREEPORT, ILLINOIS WALTER KUEHL JEWELER 17 EAST STEPHENSON STREET FREEPORT, ILLINOIS FUllERTON PASTRY SHOP PHONE MAIN 171 21 WEST STEPHENSON STREET FREEPORT, ILLINOIS "Baking Is Our Business" C0llIER'S MUSIC STORE 21 EAST STEPHENSON STREET Freeport, Illinois PIANOS - RADIO - 'rv BAND INSTRUMENTS - RECORDS - MUSIC A r rr . Implement Sales 19 EAST MAIN ST. Freeport, Illinois The Freeport Hardware Co. Jobbers and Retailers 105 . 109 WEST MAIN STREET FREEPORT, ILLINOIS Freeport's Only Home Owned Department Store 13 WEST MAIN FREEPORT, ILLINOIS STEPHENS SHOE SHOP 7 SOUTH GALENA AVENUE Freeport, Illinois MESSING 8. BECKER FREEPORT, ILLINOIS Sporting Goods Center Of Northern Illinois GUNS - AMMUNITION - FISHING TACKLE Baseball - Basketball - Football Equipment and Other Outdoor Goods Phone Main 374-3236 C. C. BAUSHER FLORAL SHOP Freeport's Oldest 81 Leading Florist BROOKE'S MEN'S WEAR 7 NORTH CHICAGO AVENUE FREEPORT, ILLINOIS Quality Clothing - Furnishings - Shoes At 17 SOUTH CHICAGO AVENUE Tight Budget Savings Robert J. Bauscher, Prop. . We Give S 81 H Stamps SANITARY LAUNDRY AND DRY Cl-EANERS PHONE MAIN 22 fgffdkl 120 East Exchange Street Freeport, Illinois 9 NORTH VAN BUREN AVENUE FREEPORT, ILLINOIS MAIN 383 Compliments Ot EMMERT DRUG COMPANY Robert G. Charles 15 WEST STEPHENSON STREET MOOGK DRUG STORE 27 SOUTH CHICAGO AVENUE Freeport, Illinois LUECKE JEWELERS Registered Jewelers American Gem Society 10 EAST MAIN STREET FREEPORT, ILLINOIS BIIOWN'S SERVICE STATION MAIN 60 Stockton, Illinois DEIMAR MASTERS Real Estate -- Insurance STOCKTON, ILLINOIS New Idea Farm Machinery Insurance Service WASHERS - DRYERS - FREEZERS Since 1922 WATER HEATERS 8: APPLIANCES Multiple Line Bonding Main 45 Stockton, Illinois Workers Compensation Consultant Main 84 PATRONS Stockton: Woodbine: Ruth's Sewing Service Woodbine Creamery Karl Blum Dick Townsend Don Bently Freepgrf Freeport Dining Room The Big Shoe Store Freeport Photo 8: Hobby . Triggs Dutch Boy Paint Store Ehzabefh' Holts Shoe Store Jones Service Station Ff99P0ft Stationers Tysons Fashionette Freeport Rug 8: Linoleum Company q:..f.., .mpg . .gn H1 M ff . J . N ' .1 """V' - 'Vi 156 W -ww. 4 'ml "XwfbN nur", Lf. . 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