Tiskilwa High School - Arrow Yearbook (Tiskilwa, IL)

 - Class of 1957

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THE I957 ARRCW VCLLIME XIV Publlshed by The Senior Clas Tl kllwa HI h 5 hool yy 's ' 'g 'C DEDICATIO XS. 1 l K DLT L 1 11 li'11 1 L L X3 1 10 xy f 11 N g 10 ' 5.101113 IH! 1F11f11'.---1.-.1211Ss ' I.T.s1r 1.141 In 11111 1111 11:1g1'1-1.1111 111 v1 11111 111.9---1-511.5551111111115 1-'11'v1111'.1g1' 1I1u'I1I 1111VC 511111 i11f1111'.11111111?---111111 whom mmf ,1i1:111g x.11'r1f11'w31,'1x'1- 111.1115 51151111 11151 'oL11yL111'f 01 11QE1 X122 ---1 - Rfk C1 LUX Ll1:d1r'.11k H1111 X'10w" 11' 3517. 11111 Cfl.1 X of V17 f' ' X 1 A 'Z' W FOREWO RD We the Class of 1957 take great pleasure. rn presentmg thrs fourteenth Arrow rn the hrstory of T1Sk11W3 Hrgh School to all students and alurrmr who have an rnterest rn the actrv- ities of our school It is our sincere hope that this 1957 Annual will serve as a pleasant reminder of school life at T H S 3 1 SCHOOL BOARD uf' we BACK ROW R0yJ Shull Supermtendent John Kaufman Hell Judy STANDING Chf ford Schertz Pres1dcnt FRONT ROW Franc1s Nordstrom Lotus Longman Paul Sash AB SENT B111 Perry Office Secretary Alice MCC iuley Superintendent Custodian 1 or Roy J Shull Jake Rnngcnberg 1 A . 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I ' . . x v ' 4 ... , A Ill .- 'ttl"- . .... ' . , 1 ,f Likestoarguemost... ...HelenKenney O Olson n nn U00 . ' lol! IO Ill ll Il 0.0000 n n llo ull: j J ames Strnad Scrence " se your mb by Jove " L111:-rn Reynolds Mathematlcs " 1dn't you people hear the be Manlyn Troxel Commerclal " ry and get some tlung down for every word O K " lloyd Denier Socral Scxence assrgnment to do ln Detentron Room 6 Ma1re Longman GIIIS Phys Ed Lan guage "If you grrls don t start takmg showers your grades w111 go down " FACLI LTY D. ll?" XL K: 1 X V U x r M y ' X 1- r X, 3' N Q T . Nui sf' ' - - Q fag "Would you like an 1 ' ' X ' w . . ' ' 'Ill , it I I :Qd."XW AQ V r y r x . - X . v . ., - 1 . xxx . ' U , ' ' 'I' .. gether R1chard Franklyn Physlcal Educauon et's all play to John Orcutt Agrlculture Ya! 1 'Don t Slt on the study hall desks " Dons Ham 11ton Musxc ' et's take 1t agam from the begmmng " K W X :J fu ACULTY .V 1 M J' Charles Hamllton Enghsh "Those cha1rs are gettmg frxendly " Jacquelme Bouslog Home Economxcs "A11r1ght Jerry set tle down " - I fag' . 'msg k , . 5 ' HL - I .ll 31 ' X. 571 X 'r ' 0 I I ' ,'. f lx , III - - -- , ' - f . ' K A' W If K Q" jb A v,l ' . A .W . a .. spfg? 2 It :,,.. ' ' ..? LQ ' if Y 'Wg , .52 f -I-3 ' .1 far . .-F' -' . . J v ' C ASS OFFICERS Seniors Juniors ff ! A ll I M3ICl3 Wheeler Treas , Shxrley Mussche Sec , Danny Russell Pres , Darla Durham V1ce Pres Albert Wagner VICE Pres , Fred Slms, Pres B111 Schertz, Treas , Anna Mae Morse, Sec Sophomores Freshmen Lb J al I N Harry Hennckgen T1-33,5 , Mary Both Kdufn-13,3 P31113 Russell SSC , D21V1d Gerber, Pres , DIXIE VICC Pres Bob Brokaw Pres , Dorothy Brttner Nye Treas , Jerry Pearson VICE Pres cc 8 C ASS HISTORY In the fall of 1953 41 rough and ready freshmen descended upon Trskxlwa Hrgh School to begrn therr hrgh school careers We elected Fred Slms as Pres Melvm Tyne as Vrce Pres Norma Norton as Sec and Bob Brttner as Treas to gtude us through our flrst year Our class sponsors were Mr Orcutt and Mrs Stauffer Beverly Krtterman transferred to Punceton and Elbert Mrlby transferred to Ohro Robert Laurentren Jomed us at the semester but dropped classes 4 weeks later Regma Srruth Jorned Us rn Feb ruary and later transferred to Hall Townshrp We ended the year w1th an enrollment of .39 Returntng as sophomores we found that Sherrrl Zrmmerman had transferred Melvrn Tyne Pres Laurence Stalter Vrce Pres Mary Beth O Ne1ll Sec and Suzanne Moms Treas were elected as class offrcers Mrs Keller and Mrs Rmgenberg served as class sponsors Durmg the year Rrchard Krm berlv and Alrce Nelson Jorned us Barbara Battey transferred at the semester leavmg us w1th an enroll ment of 39 We began our Junror year W1Ih0UI Lorene Arteberry Charlene Foster and Dorothy Stauffer but Bar bara Battey had reJo1ned us Durrng the year Karen Johnson transferred to Manlrus and Barbara Battey and Nancy Nordstrom dropped out of school Myrna Spencer transferred here from Normal rn November Our offrcers tlus year were Laurence Stalter Pres Bob Btttner VICL Pres Beverly Smlth, Sec and Norma Norton Treas Mr l-la mrlton Mrs Keller and Mrs Hamrlton were our class sponsors Our fust class play Mountam Gal was declared to be very amusmg by the publrc and the members of the cast had a great deal of fun preparrng rt As a lovely clrmax to the year we gave the Senrors of l956 a Prom that followed the theme of Neptune s Isle of Paradrse At the begrnnrng of our semor year we found that Suzanne Morrrs and Rrchard Krmberly were no long er w1th us Thrs left an enrollment of 33 the number of our graduatlng class Fred Srms was elected Pres Albert Wagner V1ce Pres Shtrley Mussche Sec and Marcra Wheeler Treas Class sponsors th1s year were Mr and Mrs Hamllton and Mr Shull Our Senror Class Play If Mother Only Knew proved to be a success not only dralnatrcally but frnan clally The Prom glven us by the Junrors was one of the hrghlrghts of the year At the concluslon of Senror Class Nlght Baccalaureate Commencement and the class tr1p to Chrcago each of us left our hrgh school memorres rn the past and went on to make a mche for ourselves lll the adult world 9 X ,, ,, h N . . . . , e n Q, ' ., .Q . Q 1 . Y . . . Y . Q . 0 1 S - I l - 'x ' . 1 . . y . . , o, . - ' , . ' . 1 'I x 'w S 1 I 0 I 0 I - . - I 1 1 ' . x . Q 1 . . ' . t ' i- - 1 I . I .! 1 .1 'I , 0 . , . , . Q . ,, . ,, . . I N 1 1 , , ll U ' N . H . . . . . . H x - I C - I fr 1 ' rr , -1 1 ' ' 1 . . . ' uv Y n ' ' - Y . . . . . . 3 - . 1 1 v . . . 3 . X . . C ASS FRED SIMS Track 1,2,3,45 T-Club 2,3,4, Foot- ball 1,2,3,4, Co-Captain 4, All Conference Tackle 4, Basketball 15 Papoose 1,2,3g FFA 1,2,3,45 Class President 1,45 Homecoming Can- didate 3, King 4. PAT SIMS Girls Chorus 1- FHA 15 GAA 1 Pa poose 1 2 3 MARGARET DANIELSON Grrls Chorus 1 2 3 4 Mrxed Cho rusl23,FHA134 Papoose 12 JERRY JOINER Lum Mrxed Chorus 1 2 3, Boy's Cho 'Z rus 1 2 3, Football 1 2 3, Track 1234 T C1ub234 Papoose12 ALBERT WAGNER FFA 1,z,a,4 Football 1 2 3 4 Class Vrce Presrdcnt 4 SHIRLEY MUSSCHE GAA 1 2 3 4 Parlramcntanan 2 Pres 4, FHA 1 2,3 4 Pirllamcntarr an 3 Class Sec 4 Grrls Chorus 1 2 3 4 Mrxed Chorus 3 4, TXVIIICI 3 4 'If Mother Only Knew" 4, Papoos 1 2 3 7 1 ' 1 1 ' I 1 1 1 1 I " 1 1 ' 1 9 1 1 1 3. - 1 2 ' ' 1 1 ' 1 s ' 1 1 1 1 1 " I 9 5 7 7 3. 1 1 1 1 1 Basketball 1,2,3,45 Papoose 1,2,35 J 7 l 3 . D 7 I ' ' 1 1 1 K I 1 E '- 1 1 Y S 3 . l 5 I , r . , e 7 7 ' ll! 1"6k'x. 40' L..-i -.1 IPX :fi 'iQ inn" DAVID MILLER FFA 1 2 3 4 Boys Chorus 3 4 Pa poose 1 2 3 NORMA NORTON FHA 1 2 3 4 Secretary 3 lass Secretary 1 Class Treasure Mrxtd Chorus 2 3,4 Secretary 3 Grrls Chorus 1 2 3 Band 1 2 3 4 Vrce Presldent 4 Pep Band 1 2 3 4 Annull Staff 4 Mrd Winter Queen Candldate 3, Papoose 1 2 3 AL1CE NELSON Transfer from Dunlap 2 GAA 2 3 4 Parhamentarran 3 Secretary 4 Grrls Chorus 3 MOUDLHIH Gal 3 Papoose 2 3 7 PAUL BUSKER Football 1,2,3 4 Co Captam 4 Bas lxetball 1 2 3 4, Track 1 2 3,4 Mrxed Chorus l,2,3,4 Boy's Chorus 1 2 3 4 T Club 2 3,4, Secretary Treasurer 4 Papoose 1 2 3 4 "Mounta1n Gal" 3 "If Mother Only Knew" 4, Arrow 4, Valentlne Dance Kang 3 'The Leader of the People DAVE NORIN FFA 1 2 Band 1 2 3 4 Football Mrxed Chorus 3 4 Boy's Chorus 2 3 4 Papoose 1 2 3 BEVERLY SMITH FHA 1 2 3,4 Recreatlon Chalrman 3 Class Secretary 3 Gxrls Chorus 1 2,3,4, Mlxed Chorus 1,2 3 4 Vrce Presrdtnt 4 Band 1,2,3,4, Pep Band 1 2 3 4 Mld Wmter Queen C.md1 date 2 Papoose 1 2 3 Homecommg Attendant 4 Mrd Wmter Formal Queen 4 ll if Jos T' N 'ON -1? fc----v 'S 'w'5."0 1 '? LAURENCE STALTER Class Vlce Presrdent 2, Presrdent 3 Boy's Chorus 2, Football 1 2,3 4 Basketball 1 2 3 4 Track 1 2 3 4 T Club 2 3 4 Vlee Pres1dent 4 Homecormng Candldate 4 "Moun tam Gal" 3, 'If Mother Onl Knew" 4 "The Leader of the Peo p1e" 4, Arrow Staff 4, Papoose 1 2 3 Mld Wmter Kmg 4 MYRNA SPENCER Transferred from Nonnal 3 f nd 404 7' 74" It '!,, l JG' BARBARA ROBISON Band 1 2 3 4 QPep Band, Glrls Cho rus 1 2 3, Mlxed Chorus 1,2,o 4 FHA 1 2,3 4 Papoose 1,2,3 GARY ANDERSON Football 1 2 3 Basketball 1 4 Track IU' 1 2, Mrxed Chorus 1 2,3,4 Boy' 11" Chorus 1 2 3 4 "The Storm" 3 " C Mother oni Knew" 4 FFA 1 2 Y poose 1 2 3 LEWIS SMITH Transferred from Bradford 3 Foot ball 2,3 4 Basketball 2,3,4 Track 2 3 4 T Club 3 4 "If Mother Only Knew" 4 Boy's Chorus 3,4, Mrxcd Chorus 4 Papoose 2,3 BONNIE WACA G1rl's Chorus 1 2 3 4' Mixed Chorus 2 3 4- Librarian 4- FHA 1 2 ' 'Mountain Gal" 3- Librarian 3- Papoose 1 2 3. 12 JP fwfsr wif 6 l "'7' -I MELVIN TYNE Football 1 2,3 4 Co Captam 4 Track1234 T Club234 Sec retary Treasurer 3 Presrdent 4 Mrxed Chorus 4 Boy's Chorus 3 4 FFA 1 2,3 4 Class Presrdent 2 "Mount.11n Gal 3 Homecommg Candrdatt 4 Papoose 1 2 3 FFA lst Place Judgrng Team F4 Y""Y vs... 'Sv' H. 25. 1 T ts jfi' GERALD FORBECK FFA 1 2,3 4 Boy's Chorus 3 4 Pa poose 1 2 3 SHARON BORG FHA 1 2 3 4 Pubhc Relatrons Charrman 4 GAA 1 Mrxed Cho rus 1 2 34,G1r1s Chorus 1 2 3 4 Lrbrarran 4 Band 1 2 3 4 Papoose 1234 PepBand12,34 JAMES MORRIS Boy's Chorus 3 4 Mrxed Chorus 4 'If Mother Only Knew' , "Moun tam Gal" 3 B0y'S Chorus Represent atrve 4, Class Reporter 4, Papoose 1 2 3 DAVID SCHERTZ T Club 2 3 4 Football 1 2,3,4 Basketball 1 Track 1 All Confer ence Tackle 4 FFA 1,2 3 ' Mother Only Knew Band 1 A HELEN KENNEY G1r1's Chorus 1 2 3 4 Mrxed Chorus 1234 Band1234 PepBand1 34 Gaa 1,234 VICE Pres 4 FHA 1 2 3 4 Treas 4, "lf Mother Only Knew" 43 Arrow Staff 4' State Con- test 4- Papoose 1 2 3, Mid-Winter Candidate 4 I Ng-J 417' tn' if ATP DAVID WHITED FFA 1 2 3 4 Vrce Pres 4, Boy' Chorus 3 4 Mxxed Chorus 4 Pa poose 1 2,3, Track 3 Football 2 3 4 Basketball 2 3 T Club 4 BERNEICE SCHNEID G1rl'S Chorus 1 2 FHA 1 2 3 4 ,P "MOUnf11H Gal" 3 "If Mother Only in 2.-y. 5-qs Q 36" xg? 1135 1 Knew" 4 Papoose 1 2 3 4, Lrbranan 1 2 3 4 BETH REED FHA 1 2 3 4 Project Ch 4 Grrl' Chorus 1,2,3 4 L1brar1an 4, Mrxed Chorus 1 2 3 4, Llbrarran 2,3 4 "If Mother Only Knew" 4, Band 1 2 3 4 Twuler 3 Papoose 1 2 3 4 GARY COHRS Basketball 1 2 Football 1 2 Band ,2 Mxxed Chorus 1, Boy's Chorus 1 2 FFA 1 Papoose 1,2,3 JOHN SCHAEFER Band 1 2 34 Pep Band 1 2 3,4 Mlxed Chorus 3 4, Boy's Chorus Football 1 Papoose 1 2 3 VIRGINIA SISSEL Mrxed Chorus 1 2 3,4, G1r1's Cho rus 1 2,3,4, Band 1 2 3 4, Pep Band 123,4,GAA 1 FHA 123,4 Cheerleader 1 2 3 State Contest 3 Arrow Staff 4, Mld Wlnter Queen Candrdate 3. H aa, X "" nfs' -r""""" 2,70 40? Q15 1-1v-aff MARCIA WHEELER G1rl's Chorus 1 2,3 4 L1brar1an 3 M1xed Chorus 1 2 3 4 VICC Pres 3 Band 1 2 3,4, Pep Band 1 2,3 4 Class Treasurer 4 Arro Staff 3 4 Edrtor 4 Papoose Staff 1234 Ed1mf4,FHA 1234 Pubhc Rtlarlom Offrcer 2, GAA --f ""' 1, Hmounram Gal" 3 Hrfmorhef 118' 3 Only Knew" 4 Lrbrarran 3 4 Q! N 111 ROBERT BITTNER FFA 1 Boy's Chorus 2 3 4 Mxxed Chorus 2,3,4, Band 1 2,3 4 Pep Band 2 4 Football 2 3 Basket ball 1 3, Track 3,4 T Club 4 Class Treasurer 1 Vrce-Pres 3 Student Councrl 1 Mrxed Chorus Presxdent 4 Papoose 1 2 3 "Mounta1n Gal" 3 "If Mother Only Knew" 4 "The Leader of the People 4 13 3 Y'-Y' MARY BETH O'NEILL Band 1 2 3 4 Secretary 2 branan 3 Pres1dent 4 Grrl' Cho rus 1 2,3 4 Mrxed Chorls 1 2 3 , Pep Band 1 2 3 4, State Con 2 VICE Pres 3 Presldent 4 Camp Delegate 3 Sect1on 11 Secretary 4 GAA 1 2,3,4 Se retary 2 VICE Pres 3 Vars1ty Cheerleader 1 2 3,4 Class Sec retary 2, Student Councrl 1 4 Sec Treas 2 V106 Pres 3 Sec Treas 4, Mrd Wrnter Queen Candrdate 1 Homecorn mg Queen Candrdate 1 3 Queen 2,4 Track Queen 3, Papoose Staff 1 2,3,4 Arrow Staff 4, brarran 2 3 'The Storm" 3 'If Mother Only Knew" 4 AC f52'5'fgs-xl' ' A 311,353 121, 'gif 'fi -- V,-1 X, VRUV31. 1 1 1 , C I ,ir , 1 14, , X -7 ' X 1 i- . 1' 1. 1 5 , 1 1 ,, . 5 1 L 1, ' , , , I I 1 1 1 1 Q .11-1' 1 1 1 1 1 " J 8 3 S - , , , ' 1 1 1 1 1 1 , , Q Q W 4' 1 1 1 ' " , , ' 3 . test 3, FHA 1,2,3,4, Song Leader 1 1.1 1 . 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Q6 'L i f" FIRST ROW Dot Brttner Dale Borg Jean Borg Bob Brokaw Loretta Came B111 Cotter Phylrs Hale SECOND ROW Ronald Hedgespeth Wendell Hedgespeth Marrlyn I-lellc Harrret Henrrcksen Ha.uyHenr1cksen Sand Henson Su Ioder THIRD ROW Lyle Johnson Joe Jorner JoAnn Judy Mary Beth Kaufman Ruth Ann Kaufman M1che 1Kenney Paul McCauley FOURTH ROW Gene McCoy Joyce McClellan Bob Mrller Sam Montooth Franers Morse Jean Mussche Marlene Mussche FIFTH Row Sylvra Nelson Jon Norrn Dons Srms Barbara Smrth Sandra Starr Carl Stowe Lyle Vaughn SIXTH ROW Alberta Wagner George Wheeler Judy Wood Harlan Wooden HS . . h 4. xl X' N I 'G ix' N2 ff,, , Y . M fl 1 , -wr , , 5 - , N lf , 114 If ' ' Tu Bun ,W X . f 4 - . I W L X 'J "' ,' "' T' 'N-- sw 3 ' M, I 5 7' x at . sv ff' I .f 'X I .fa it VVVVI 7 9 17- , I , E If 411, Q Y 1 ' Q J .. J - T, . f --arf M 1 ""' " ' "' ' 1, , - f 'r f 'liwifs , . . , Q F + f , 40' 0- A , . 'Q -5 va ,rv fo- ,sr " " v - - -f fr A ,, -- g ff -. . . 5 - . s. 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FOURTH ROW' Jerry Pearson James Perry Paula Russell Nhry Xnn Sclmeid Joyce Schrader Mary Ann Sims Jim Sissel. FIFTH ROW' Russell Wagner Kay Wilson Glen Wright. I9 F. F. A. l"'1 6- Pm ,P 95 '91 oooomq' lv-4 FIRST ROW Drck Morrrs Jrm Brokaw Allan Reed Jerry Pearson Bob Brokaw Harlan Wooden Carl Stowe B111 Cotter George Wheeler B111 Charles SECOND ROW Kenneth Moms Jrm Perry Brlly Anderson Dav1dBachman Albert Wagner Sam Montooth Ronald Hedgepeth Dale Bor THIRD ROW Ivlr Orcutt Cletus Srms BobM.111er Ralph Robrson Dav1d Wh1ted Melvm Tyne Lyle Vaughn Fred Srms Wendell Hedgepeth FOURTH ROW Davrd Maller Eugene Morse Don Schrader Douglas Schaefer Gerald Forbeck Gene McCoy B111 Stowe Bob Ary Jon Norm, Glen Wrrght Francls Morse J udgln g Tea m X 5. FIRST ROW Jrrn Brokaw Cletus Srms Sam Montooth SECOND ROW B ll Stowe Ralph Robrson Carl Stowe Nmeteen frfty seven proved to be a very mterestlngand profltable year for F F A The chapter was led by Mr Orcutt sponsor and the followlng offrcers Presrdent Fred Slms V1ce Presldent Dav1d Wh1ted Secretary Jun Brokaw A few of the evenm were the Green hand 1n1 t1at1on and Annual Pest Contest whrch was won by the Sophornores and Jumors The wrnners were treated to a chlcken supper by the losers The Chapter Productlon Award wlnners for the year were Beef Mel Tyne Swine Gerald Forbeck Sheep B111 Stowe Corn Gene McCoy Oats Sam Montooth Soybeans Bob M111er Dalry B111 Cotter These boys represented the T1sk11wa Chapter at a SCCCIOH meetlng on Apr11 12 at Bradford Fred Srms w1ll be the State Farmer Candrdate from the Txskllwa Chapter Crop and Weeds Fat Stock Dalry and Poultry w11l be the four Judgmg teams from the T1sk11wa Chapter at the State Contest 111111116 Sponsored By PIONEER HYBRID TISKILWA FARM SERVICE 'U 5 . f 1 14 A 11 7 r i E 1 Ps A - . 1 , 2 ,, 5 x ' 1 . 2 A , 3 hi N Ag ' ' .:.-3 . -N . 9" ' . . 5 p h ,MW V Y ' X 4 r r fr ' mf' . 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FIFTH ROW Paula Russell Beverly Smrth Marrlyn Helle Dorrs Srms Judy Beavers Mary Ann Schnerd Joyce Schrader Bonnre Waca Marrlyn Cohrs Bemerce Schnerd Jean Mussche Karen Smrth FOURTH ROW Phyhs Hale Mary Ann Srms Mary Beth Kaufmann Alberta Wagner Joann Judy Katherrne Jesnen Elarne Jensen Barbara Smrth Barbara Robrnson Vrrgrnra Srssel, Dot B1tt ner Penny Werse Joyce McClellan THIRD ROW Marcra Wheeler Ruth Ann Kaufmann Kay Mrller Shrrley Mussche Harnet Henrrksen Ruth Busker Dnoe Nye Kay WIISOH Kay Madsen Mrs Bouslog Sue Ioder SECOND ROW Ilene Kaufmann Judy Wood Sylvra Nelson Norma Benmng freld Jan1ce Kenney Sharon Borg Mary Ann Heller Darla Durham Bonnre Moses Jeann Mrller Carolee Brokaw FIRST ROW Marlene Mussche Nancy Lee Judy Harnson Anna Mae Morse Mary Beth O'Ne11l Norma Norton Helen Kenney Beth Reed Mud Winter Kung and Queen The Trskrlwa Chapter of Future Homemakers of Amerrca under the drrecuon of Mrs Bouslog sponsor and Mrs Wrllram O Nelll and Mrs Charles Kenney chapter mothers has been qulte actrve thrs year Offrcers for the year were Presrdent Mary Beth O Ne1ll Vrce Presrdent Anna Mae Moms Secretary lxorma Norton Treasurer Helen lxeuney and Parlramentarran Jan1ce Kenney The FHA act1v1t1es were planned early rn the fall A treasure hunt to welcome the freshman garls was held rn the fall The of frcers attended the House of Delegates meetrng at Sprrnv Valley 1n October. Nlnety one pounds of clothlng was collected and sent to the 'Save the Chrldren Federauon A Chrrstmas tea was held for chapter members, therr mothers, and the hrgh school faculty In February, the FHA sponsored a mrd wrnter formal dance. Beverly Smrth was selected queen by the U. of I. football squad. Some of the glrls attended an rnformal party arranged by the Wyanet FHA rn March. A Mother and Daughter Banquet and Style Show was an event of Aprrl. A skrt drsplavlng parlramentary procedure was Laurence Sffllffff, Beverly Smlfh presented at assembly. Guest speakers were chosen for regular monthly meetrngs X few of therr toprcs were "L1fe at College," "Chrxstmas Decoratlons and "L1fe rn Holland." Sponsored By Swanson Bros Excavatmg ll Harry Swanson's Electnc Shop FQ I If Q V, 5 4 1 Y . : : Q ! , -'I 1, .l fgl - ll l Z filly? l f 4" , , ff' fa sff r , V c 9 I S A 5, 5 A f .4 fa. .L - ,. V f Q, ff . ,Iii A' ,. , . , . ' f f t 2 5 3 ll ft, . . - f 5 . .a 5 .. A - , . - . 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U THIRD ROW Bow Pettegrew, J1m Nevitt, Chuck Sash, Butch Vaughn, David Whrted Bob Bittner, Cle tus Sims. SECOND ROW: Fred Williams, Danny Russell, Gene Morse, Harry Henricksen, Albert Wag.. ner, Jim Brokaw, Coach Franklin. FIRST ROW: Fred Sims, Laurence Stalter, Paul Busker, Melvin Tyne, Lewis Smith, David Schertz. 'rl TUDE T COUNCIL 'Wvnsx STANDING Jerry Pearson Mr Shull Jean Mrller Mary Beth haufman Paula Russell Bob Brokaw Anna Mae Morrrs Mr Hamrlton Dune Nye SEATED F ed S1ms Mary Befh O'Ne1ll Danny Fussell TUDE TLIBR RIANS STANDING. Bernerce Schne1d Anne Gerber, Darla Durham, Nancy Lee kay Mrller SLXTLD. Marcm Wheeler, Ruth Ann Kaufman, Beth Reed, Xhce Nelson Sponsored by Dr. Lehman ,i PRCPHECY As we gaze lnto the crystal ball Our class has gathered one and all After all these years 15 to be true The year 1972 comes 1nto v1ew Of all the ones who have answered therr call He has galned the greatest fame of all Davrd Norm a great research chemrst 1S he Hrs drscoverles have beneftted both you and me Fred Srms graduated from a college for vets And now runs a hosprtal just for pets You can be sure that he ll be there To grve your pet the best of care She flres through the a1r w1th the greatest of ease That s Allce flylng by on her water skls She s performmg rn a Florrda water fatr Margaret Danrelson who was quret and shy ls pumpmg 011 from derrlcks so hlgh. She makes mrllrons 1n Just one nmght Contrrbutlng to charlty 1S her delrght Toot' Toot' Here comes the ferry At the helm 15 Captaln Jerry Hrs scheduled run every week Is up and down B1g Bureau Creek An Olymprc drscus thrower steps 1nto vlew Why 1t s Melvm wearlng red whtte and blue Rackrng up pornrs in every game Has won htm rnternatlonal fame We're out rn the desert ar1d and dry Many cars may be seen Wh1ZZ1Ilg by Look agalnl That s not a mlrage That s the new establlshment Cohr s Garage Bonrue has decorated many a room And plans to publrsh a decoratrng book soon lf ever you have a dccoratrng problem Just consult Her and you wlll have the best of results Many of us send our ch1ldren to IIITI Morrrs Who IS Tlskrlwa s drrector of glrls chorus 'vlany an apple for 11m has been pollshed In hope that hrs strrct rules w1ll be abollshed Across the ocean far and w1de We hear the tune Here Comes the Brrde Her lad1es rn wartrng buslly fan Barbara the future queen of Sram Many farms down Trsktlwa way We are speakmg of Gerald from the socrety class He hves ln New York rn a penthouse of glass Mary Beth the award wmmng grrl Has grven Hollywood qurte a whrrl She s seen zoorrung by 1n her lrttle sports car And you see tn the paSt few years she s gone ar Wrth years of medrcal school behlnd her Her school days now begln to blur Wrth forceps and swabs she lxkes to probe Dr Schnerd operates on people all over the globe John Schaefer Wlfh hrs cute flat top Is Trskrlwa s famous motorcycle cop You ll frnd no speedlng rn our farr town Because he 15 patrolllng the streets up and down . . , , I 3 ' A -- I . ' p , ' 'V ' ll , . . . . , , This great artist has not a care. Have an owner who is far, far away ' - . . . u Q I , . . . p . V . l ,. , f . . , . . . . , , , . . V I , . I . . . . ' . . , . . . . 1 Beth Reed always loved to talk She now uses her vorce on Jack and the Beanstalk Thrs nursery school teacher now does recrte And Orves the school chrldren qurte a delrght He has the drstrnctron of berng one of the best dressed men He s hardly reeognrzed by even hrs closest of krn We are speakrnv of Gary Anderson no less Andy rs ranked thrrd natronally rn hrs manner of dress Helen kenney always talked up a storm Now she supervrses a college grrls dorm Every Saturday you are sure to frnd Her auetronrng at sales rn her spare trme Laurence Stalter a retrred general ofthe Marrnes Each year he takes hrs annual busrness trrp To hrs factorres manufacturrng rubber trpped paper clrps Sharon Bureau County's health nurse arrrves now Her frne work certarnly deserves a bow She goes around to all county schools And tells the chrldren of the good health rules Dave Schertz we called htm Dasy Now owns a nrght club that IS really classy Though on champagne and cavrar he has fed He strll prefers hrs hr school red head Myrna Spencer who had a smrle for all x as often seen rushrng down the hall She now operates a dog boardrng school And each pampered pup has hrs own swrmmrng pool We hear the srrens soundrng alarm Someones s escaped from the lllrnors State Farm Warden Al Wagner rs on hrs trarl So you can expect a speedy return wrthout fall She sarls the seas far and wrde ln cookrng a good meal she takes great prrde Beverly rs the good cook that rs down rn the galley When rt s trme to eat the crew won t dally When a Hood meehanre rs needed for a plane Nothrng wrll stop hrm snow sleet or rarn Lewrs tal es prrde ru settrng planes rn motron He takes care of planes wrth the greatest devotron The rrens warl therr dreary noe The ambulance speed rs by no means slow Shrrley the nurse rn attendance you ll see Tendrng the vretrrn qurte patrently We havent seen Davrd Whrted for many a year An ocean lrner from Europe has brought hrm here He marrred a 1 lamorous ltalran herress And therr palatral resrdenee ls now rn Parrs He guarantees the cleanest clothes rn town No cleaner ones can be found About Mrller s Laundry rn the he art of town Marcra Wheeler often known as The Brarn Has become a torcadoress rn sparn Each nrght the arenas are very full Of people to see her courageous frght s 1th the bul Here s an occupatron that s mrs hty odd But she thrnks rt s just part of her Job This rs the story of our Pat Srms She puts the wrrnkles rn bobby prns Bob Brttner rs qu te a scream In fulfrllrng hrs lrfe long dream He plays the wash board rn Sprke Jones s band And makes personal appearances all over the land If ever you vrsrt a post offrce on an army post Make Certaln rt s one on the Pacrfrc coast The grrl that you ll frnd at the postal scale Is Grnnre sortrng the U S Army marl Be sure to tune rn your radro each nrght at 9 OO On statron XTZ the commentator you wrll frnd ls Paul reportrng up to the mrnute news Along wrt.h several sports revrews ' u ' , 1 , ' il ll ' ' ' O . . . Y. H Y A , 0 D, . . , T t .i Q . . i . 3 . . ' ' ' ' y , - s V ' r' 1 ' 1 I ' I ' ' ' '- - ' ' ' 1 , I O , . , , I X ,A ' ' 1 v ' - . ' . 1 y ' A' . Y . , , X . , M . D , , I I A . Now owns a chain of factories full of machines, That's the word that's got around . . , . , . 1 L U , . . . . x . . . Y . Y V. 1 , . , . Y D . . . , . . . . . i 1 I A . . . , 5 I . . . ' ' l ' ' . . . . . , . E . . . , 4 l I A I . 4 Yr SENIOR PL Y CAS Y FIRST ROW Marcra Wheeler Helen Kenaey Beth Reed Mary Beth O'Ne11l Bemerce Schnerd Shrrley Mussche SECOND ROW Laurence Stalter Gary Anderson Robert B1ttner Paul Busker Dav1d Schertz Lew1sSm1th Dav1dWh1ted Jun Morns Mr Denler JU IOR PL Y CAS C7 FIRST ROW Karen Smrth Anna Mac Morrxs Darla Durham Jeann M1ller SECOND ROW Jamce Kenney Douglas Schaefer Danny Russell G1b Johnson il ' ' 5 S 5? 5 '52 2, ' - 5 H , ' A ' Q 1 in V, 4 f 1 O is 22 53? H R 'WS W T . ' ' ' ' ' - , . , .' '. ' 4 , -',. ' - ' A 'S I , V A , 4' R I Y . 4 , Q S J , Q I , R : . . A . . . 7 7 I 1 7 l . . ' ' Y 7 l 7 7 1 s 1 - - 'L 2 4. Q - - I 5? -5 . 5 , . , I gg f ' , if li xx f , A 1 ' a S 5 , :Z 5 AV 4 . . N , ' , ig ' ' ' 'V , x . ,i . V I , . . . ' 1 A 7 J ' ' 3 1 4 7 ' One Act Play Cast FQ. STANDING Bob B1ttner Caro1eeBro kaw Laurence Stalter Norma Ben n1ngf1e1d SEATED Jerry Pearson Paul Busker TUDE T BQDY If x gg' ug, N--6 4 ' Q 5 Q l YE RBOOK ST FF ---1. I Ill FIRST ROW Mrss Troxel Bob Brttner MHYCIQ Wheeler Mary Berh O'Ne111 SECOND ROW Laurence Staltcr Vrrgrrua Slssel Helen Kenney Norma Norton P POOSE STAFF i. FIRST ROW. Pefuy We1se Bowman Pettegrew Marcra Wheeler, Paul Busker Beth Reed Norma Ben nlngfleld SECOND ROW. Shrrley Mussche, Jlmmy Morrrs, Ruth Xnn Ixaufman, Judy Wool, Sharon Borg, Bernerce Schnerd, Mary Befh O'Ne111, Mr Harmlton . Q y l . , , , : I f , 1 ,. w I Q1- ., si F N - f W ,-,...........-A-I A 7 'J zz , I A ' :' ,' ' l 1 l Y l 7 ' . ' : J Y ! ' 3 if ' 1.2 K ,, gf o luv L X Yi -W v . . i fo- fi,-Q4.. X x S ' W 'W X , , - 1' N ' ' OR ROLL FIRST ROW Mary Ann Sims Kay Wilson Dixie Nye Ilene Kaufman Marlyin Cohrs SECOND ROW Doris Suns Dot Bittner David Gerber Ruth Ann Kaufman Harry Henriksen Marlyin Helle THIRD ROW Bill Schertz Anna Mae Morris Bowman Pettegrew Jeann Nhller Darla Durhaln Penny We1se FOURTH ROW Mary Beth O'Ne1ll Marcia Wheeler Bob Bittner Fred Sims Bemeice Schneid Norma Norton Betty Crocker Award D A R Award Ah-45 On the basis of a competitive exam Marcia Wheeler ranked highest of the senior girls and was named the Betty Crocker Home maker of T1sk1lwa High School In March, Marcia was notified that she ranked among the ten highest in the state. Later it was reported that she had placed second in a group of 15,779 girls in the state of Illinois. Marcia received a S500 scholarship from General Mills. Mary Beth O'Ne1l1 was chosen by members of the senior class and faculty to receive the Daughters of the American Revolution Award This award 15 based on qualities of leadership, dependability, ser- vice, and patriotism. Seniors selected three girls and the faculty voted on those three. will CONCERT BAN The Tlskrlwa Hlgh School Band composed of f1fty seven members was under the dlrectlon of Mrs Dorls Ham1lton The band presented a Chnsmnas Concert of sacred and secular mus1c They also presented a program 1n May Durrng the year the band marched at home football games marched 111 the Homecomlng Parade played for the Band Parents Cakewalk performed at all home basketball games and played for gradua Members of the band chose as Ihelf offlcers Pres Mary BethO Nerll Vlce Pres Norma Norton Sec V1rg1n1a S1ssel L1b Bonnle Moses and Mary Beth Kaufman Th.1S year the band recelved a s cond ratmg at D1str1ct Organraatron Contest on thelr performance of Hall of Fame Kmg John and Mantrlla MARCHI G BAN ull I . 1 I X I X Q I z rt K Q 1 - 1 . t - . 0- . . . Y . , I I - tion exercises, ' ' : ., ' ' : ' ' .. : . CONCERT BAND DISTRICT CONTEST PARTICIPA 6751 Q NTS Un 000,-f's 0 0 1 'X B .u N T ' R fwf' , " L' , Y . T' 6 . - x V-jf-iv 'f 1. ' -4' 'r T , ,V ' I , 5 I- 4 , as J ' I 4 i ' . S g f'l CHORLISES The choral groups, under the direction of Mrs. Doris Hamilton, sang at the Christmas and Spring Concerts, performed at District Organization Contest, and participated at graduation and Baccalaureate exercises. At the District Contest, all groups received second ratings. Those chosen to lead these groups are as follows: Mixed Chorus: Pres., Bob Bittnerg Vice-Pres., Beverly Smith, Sec., Virginia Tyneg Libs., Joe Joiner and Bonnie Waca. Sharon Borg and Beth Reed were the representatives from Girls Chorus. Jim Morris and Harry llenriksen represented Boys Chorus. MIXED CHORUS 3 1 GIRLS CHORUS BUYS CHGRLIS fl.. "' c'- "' P ID-WI TER ROYALTY I ,, T l ' 1 . I n I lfll Y .Lghnnl Helen Kenney Davld Wluted Kay Madsen Dav1d Gerber, Mary Beth Kaufman Joe TOIHCI, Sylv1a Nelson, Danny Russell, Beverly Sm1th Laurence Stalter Anna Mae Morns Dav1d Schertz Nancy Lee, Chuck Sash Paula Russell Paul Busker VARSITY CHEERLE DERS Q Norma Bennmgfxcld Mary Beth O'Ne1l1 'H Anna Mae MOHIS JUNIOR VARSITY CHEERLEADERS HOMECOMING ROYALTY FIRST ROW ry 1 cl S ms SECOND ROW B ly Sm Lh nce Stalter v Ty 5 , . - 1 5, 'Z r o nn u , u s , ixi N e. . .I F 7 I 5 if T I ,V 0 3' Q u 4 ' + . ' if K . 5- ty' . ' y S f S L 1 . g .LX 1 V wb Q bug : M B tl O N '1 , Fre i . : ever i , Laure , Mel in ne K S 'Lh. .ARK Manx Danny Russell Fred Suns ti xii JI 1' Laurence Stalter Harry Hennksen U I W-M yy Mwwlnliif qw' my fu .qi 'I 1 Paul Busker ag wmv Davxd Whxted Albert Wagner 8EA1Qi?"3 9 J Q -Q0 Davld Schertz hw Clet-us Slnfls Melvm Tyne LEWIS Snllth r " ,f + .M E I I ... 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LY s 'nl W wif if M 7 'A - 'V A ' . , . , r ' + r Q 'aes FOOTB LL The Tiskilwa Indians, under the coaching of "Freck" Franklin, had an excellent record of 6 1 1 for the '56-'57 season to capture second place in the Little Eight Conference Letter winners were: Paul Busker, Co-Captain, Melvin Tyne, Co-Captain Fred Sims Co-Captain Al Wagner, Laurence Stalter, Lewis Smith, David Whited, David Schertz Danny Russell Chuck Sash Cletus Sims, Fred Williams, Jim Brokaw, Lisle Vaughn, and Harry Henriksen Those elected to the All-Conference teams were: Melvin Tyne lst team Laurence Stalter David Schertz, Cletus Sims, Paul Busker, and Fred Sims, 2nd team. This years Junior Varsity squad held a 3-1 record. Paul Busker Laurence Stalter Fred S1ms Danny Russell Chuck Sash Harry Henriksen lndlvldual Scoring I 1m Slssel Mel Tyne Al Wagner Lewis Sm ith David Schertz 50-i4sf'N 1' FRONT ROW Harry l-lennksen Danny Russell Davis Schertz Laurence Stalter Melvxn Tyne, Paul Busker Chuck Sash, Cletus Sims, Lewrs Smith, Fred Sims SECOND ROW B111 Cotter George Wheeler Bob Brokaw, Lisle Vaughn, Gene McCoy David Wluted G1b Jomzson, Albert Wagner, Fred Williams, Harland Wooden Jim Brokaw BACK ROW Coach Franklin, Wendell I-ledgepeth B111 Charles Joe Johnson Carl Stowe, Billy Anderson David Berber Glen Wrxght, Dale Borg Kenny Moms David Bach man Jim Perry Jim Sxssel, Jerry Miller Jerry Pierson Mr Shull ASKETBALL During the 1956-57 basketball season the Tiskilwa Braves turned in a creditable performance winning 19 games and losing only 8 They placed second in the Little Eight Conference and fourth 1n the county The Braves won second place rn the Lrttle Erght Tournament and thtrd place ln the Trskrlwa Hohday Tournament The Fresh Soph team ended then: year w1th 22 wms and only one loss They also won flI'SI place Ill the Ltttle Erght Tournament Thrs 15 the ftrst Fresh Soph team to ever wrn 21 games Letter wmners were Laurence Stalter and James Nevltt Co Capta ms, Albert Wagner Paul Busker and Charles Sash Charles Sash was placed on the All Conference Ftrst Team and James Nevltt was named to the second team Q' D rw if vlivaq 9 FIRST ROW Lrsle Vaughn, Albert Wagner Danny Russell James Nevrtt Laurence Stalter Paul Busker, and Chuck Sash SECOND ROW Jerry Mrller, Davrd Carlson, Davrd Gerber, Harry Henrxksen Gary Anderson, Bowman Pettegrew Steven Huston Lewrs Smrth Gene McCoy, Coach Franklln THIRD ROW Bob Brokaw, Jrm Brokaw, Jrm Srssel, Carl Stowe, Brll Schertz, Jerry Schneld Jrm Perry Tlm Dunavm Rrchard Fosdlck, George Wheeler, Alan Reed, Russell Wagner and Jerry Pearson '58 lf 3: 'Sf T C t ' WH 7 'Y' aaa V 5 , 6 7' 4 if ,ty K ' 55, EA fa, j 2 , 4 y ,- ', vu K J.. H 4 x, ,. Q 5 S574 v B 'v by -T Q5 3 D lb Y as p ,l , , J, X but A Ml-2 Q ,M A M, 4 W lx ' g ' Junlor Varsity Basketball Team ff A P X e'HSx,. x.,, FIRST ROW Jerry Pearson Lrsle Vaughn Gene McCoy laIa.rryHenr1.ksen SECOND ROW George Wheeler, Jrm Perry Davrd Gerber Davrd Carlson Bob Brokaw Coach Franklln THIRD ROW Trm Dunavm Jrm Srssel Carl Stowe Rrchard Fosdrck, Russell Wagner Chuck Sash Irm Nevrtt Paul Busker Laurence Stalter Danny Russell A1 Wagner Bow Pettegrew lndlvldual Basketball Scoring 2 6 Gary A nderson L1s1e Vaughn Harry Henrrksen Gene McCoy Bob Brokaw Steve Huston Lewrs Smrth . N V 4 ' . x l ' K ll 9 V' a 1 X . 1 V M .. 2 V y Y ' . . A 1 .j . ' 1 Z V- .. Y' I X 7 ' Q y . . A , X ff , I .1 . .. . 5 .N vl eq . ,1 I . Y l 'SQ I l' la .. JI- w ,, . " f 1, - 's..,,,,-4' N 7 I , , W s.,..,.J L V f,..w Q -. xx " 'JM l no ' Q 1 mlI5'SSl-mi'Sfi-' W, C W ,ff 1-1 1 o oo cv O oo 4 ' be N ' 1 "' Q 4 rg .. I , - s 2 A -,U ' A 4, ' . Y H 1 1 ,V at l Q. x - E v N al , 1' gi Q . ,. , . , ' . ra Y lx , . Q r ' . l V s .l if A 1 ' 7, , , vl- A ,l 1 K' 1 w Allll- W I956-57 Little Eight Conference Team Manlius Tiskilwa Buda Neponset wyanez Ohio Sheffield Latwloille N aldnn TEAM Mauhus TISRITWS Bur Twp She ff1eld Oluo Wyanet Malden Lalxloxlle Nepouset TEAM Manlxub T1Sk11W3 Oluo Buda La Mo1lle Nlalden Wyauet Buruau She ffleld Neponset FOOTBALL FIN.-X L STANDINGS W. 8 6 6 5 4 3 2 1 L. T. O 1 2 2 4 5 7 7 BASRLTB XLL FUN XL S1 XNDINGS COIN VERENC L TRA CK S TA NDINGS 0 1 0 1 O 0 O O sL XSOIN I 0 TOT SL POINTS 4 0 10 . 1 1 O S O W L. W. L. ' 9 0 26 3 ' ' 8 1 13 S . . 6 3 .2 G ' ' A3 5 4 11 123 4 5 4 10 152 5 4 9 12 1 2 7 5 20 ' 1 1 3 1 22 ' 1 9 4 19 ' T 1 O 4 ' 102 I 72 68 I 52 lf.. 1 36 34 fu ' 32 24 X ALL SPORTS STANDINGS TEA M FT. BA SK. TR. TOTAL 1 A ' 120 13 140 39' 11' ' 90 1-0 101. 90 45 119 203 ' 45 75 72 192 V' K CO 75 L- 16' V!- 11e"fA 30 75 24 12' B . ' ' , x 90 32 1122 ' ' " 75 15 X 90 w ' I 15 15 521f- 8212 .- O 30 36 G6 'N'ElTl1lL1S 1sk1lwa Buda Oluo vya 1et Sl 1 1eld ur 'lup lxepoubet Lab loxlle. Walden in 0 1 l 3 311 O X' J13 J 3 X TRACK The Indians finished their track season with a second in the Little Eight Conference as they did in the two pre- vious sports. The Tribe put up a very good fight all the way. Their only defeat came at the hands of Manlius, a team that the Indians always look forward to competing against, We placed second in the Little Eight track meet. Those who scored in the meet were: Mel Tyne, lst-discus, Paul Busker, lst-880 yd. run, Cletus Sims, tie for first in pole vault, Bow Pettegrew, 2nd-mile, Laurence Stalter, 4-way tie for 2nd-high jump, Harry Henricksen, Tim Dunavin, Lisle Vaughn, Jim Sissel, 2nd-880 F-S. relay, Bob Bittner, 3rd- 440 yd. dash, Gene Morse, 3rd-180 yd. low hurdles, Fred Sims, Laurence Stalter, Bob Bittner, Gene Morse, 3rd-880 varsity relay, Harry Henriksen, Bob Miller, Lisle Vaughn, Jim Sissel, 3rd-440 F-S relay, Gene Morse, 4th-220 yd. dash, 4th-broad jump, Laurence Stalter, 4th-shot, Chuck Sash, 3-way tie for 4th-pole vault, Jerry Joiner, 5th-high hurdles, Lewis Smith, 5th-440 yd. dash, Fred Sims, 5th-180 yd. low hurdles. A Sth place was established in the county track meet. Mel Tyne, lst-discus, Laurence Stalter, lst-shot, Bow Pettegrew, 2nd-mile, Paul Busker, 3rd-880 yd. run, Fred Sims, 4th-180 yd. low hurdles, Bob Bittner, 5th-880 yd. run, Bob Bittner, Fred Sims, Gene Morse, and Dan Russel, 5th-mile relay. The high hurdle shuttle team of Fred Sims, Gene Morse, Cletus Sims, and Laurence Stalter placed 5th at the Galva relays Mel Tyne was the onlv ribbon winner at the district meet bringing home a 3rd place ll the discus I957 Letterwlnners Track Points Laurence Stalter 297 112 Bob Blrmer 127 Gene Morse 288 Bow Pettegrew 116 Fred Sims 274 T1m Dunavm 112 1f'7 M21V1I1 Tyne 235 Danny Russel 92 Harry Henrlksen 163 112 Charles Sash 80 Jim S1SSel 154112 Jerry J011-191' 61 1f2 Cletus Sims 153 Lewis Smith 48 I-1512 Vaughn 146 112 Harlan Wooden 48 Paul Busker 141 Track Letterwmners SECOND ROW Cletus Sims, Bob Bittner, Laurence Stalter, Melvin Tyne, Gene Morse, Fred Sims, Lewis Sims Lisle Vaughn Jim Sissel FIRST ROW Harry Henriksen Charles Sash Paul Busker, Danny Russel, Jerry Joiner, Bow Pettegrew T1m Dunavin Harlan Wooden 49 I 0 Q Q 0 F 4 A gms, , X 2 ,LL . ! - 'ZW J N f 1 T 1 4' A i S 5 , 1 X -. . . , . , . . . l 2 2. ' 1 s 1 ' Junior-Senior Track Team MIP FIRST ROW Fred S1ms Paul Busker, Danny Russel, Jerry Jomer, Bow Petteg-rew B111 Schertz SECOND ROW Cletus SIIDS Bob Blttner, Laurence Stalter, Gene Morse Lewxs Sm1th, Charles Sash Steve Huston. Freshman Sophomore Track Team 2 FIRST ROW Bob Brokaw, Carl Stowe, B111y Anderson, Rlchard Fosd1ck Dave Gerber Dale Borg Gene McCoy, L1s1e Vaughn Harlan Wooden Tlm Dunavm SECOND ROW B111 Cotter J1m Slssel Davld Carlson, Sam Montooth Bob Mlller, George Wheeler Glen Wnght, Jlm Perry Harry Henrmksen. 43 ' P- fl 1 in . g .,,,, Q -I v 1' 2- Q A L 1 S X x lm, V ' ' P 5 1 3,41 ' 3 T5 'V , L, if? . tu gg r iles I PRC "Stormy Weather" was the theme the Junior Class chose for the 1957 Prom. The Juniors very cleverly dec orated the gym in black and turquoise crepe paper. Wind, rain, and snow were represented by drawings a- round the area decorated. A rainbow brought sunshine to the Prom by pointing to the pot of gold, containing punch. Mary Beth O'Neill and Fred Sims were chosen by the Juniors to reign as king and queen at the prom. A delicious banquet was served by the Junior Mothers. The program which followed was highlighted when each Senior was given a farewell memento. Following the program a dance was held with music fur- nished by Harold Harney. Cen ri' :- ii I' .4 A 1 fy 4 s iyy i W i it ff? ' f 4. i CLASS IGHT Xxx Many awards were made to members of the sen1or class at class n1ght The Hauter Scholarship a ward of 525 wh1ch rs grven to the hrghest rankrng boy and gxrl rn the class was presented to Marcla Wheeler and Robert Brtmer Honor Student Awards were grven to semors wrth an average above 3 00 Mary Beth O Neill average of 3 03 Robert Brrtner, average 3 16 Bernerce Schnerd average of 3 38 and Marcra Wheeler average of 3 88 Fred Srms recerved Dekalb A grxculture Award wh1ch IS grven to a sen1or FFA student Ln recognmon of outstandmg scholarshrp and superv 1sed practxce 1n agrlculture pursutts Babe Ruth Awards were grven for Sportsmanshrp to Helen Kenney and Melvm Tyne They each re cerved an rndrvrdual medal and the1r names were mscrrbed on a plaque rn the hall The Athletrc Award selectron was made by the coach This award IS grven to the boy wrth an out standmg record 1n competltlve athletrcs Fred Slms recerved thrs award The Musrc Award selectron IS made by the muslc superv1sor and awarded to the boy and g1l'1 wrth out standmg records of all round P3lT1C1P3I1OH and competence rn musrc durmg thetr hlgh school careers The award was grven to Mary Beth O Nerll and Robert Blttner Helen Kenney and Fred Slms received the Actrvmes Award The Cmzenshrp Award was grven to Mary Beth O Ne1ll and Fred Srms The class presented S90 to the school to ap ply on payment of the mtercommunrcatron sys tem The yearbook was dedxcated to the parents of the members of the class We also gave an explanauon of the class motto read the class wrll and class prophecy and presented some musrcal numbers Semor Chorus 45 . P y A cg, 5 51 ....... 1 A ,., A X ,1 V ' . -: ' .: ' '. .: , . . . , . . . , . . . ' I l I I I BACCALALIREATE Baccalaureate was held Sunday evemng May 26 1957 ln the hrgh school gymnasium The proces sronal Pomp and Cucumstance and the recessronal War March of the Priests were played by Jeann Mrller Invocanon and Bened1ct1on were grven by Rev Trurtt Hrgh were You There and Now the Day IS Over were sung by the grrls chorus Steal Away was sung by an ensemble The sermon X The Known Quanuty was dehvered by Rev E L Dunavxn J' R 46 T 5 t X X A X 2 5 A X Pl if 1 , N gf 1 ..s. I. - 4 . as GRADLIATIO The Commencement program of the Trskrlwa Hrgh School was held May 28 1957 at 8 00 P M The Trskrlwa Hrgh School Band played the Processronal and Recess1onal The Invocanor' was grven by Rev Mr Roy Qhull mtroduced the everung speaker Reverend Charles Vandetturn He told the Semors of The Opportune Now Mxxed chorus then sang Th1s IS My Fathers World The Valedrctorran Address was grven by MBICIB Wheeler Clrfford Schertz Presrdent of the Board of Educamon awarded the dr plomas The Benedrcuon was then grven by Reverend Ben Esch 'liz -lf f 'Q ' 0 6 - as h N U we f M , A r V ' ' ' , , : . . Ben Esch. Bemeice Schneid gave the Salutation Address. Girls Chorus then sang "Hymn to Music I M . . ' I . I1 UI ' il ' ' Il ' ' . . i . ' . . .- tees me Valedlctorlan Salutatorlan Marc1a Wheeler was named Va1ed1ctor1an. Marcxa had an average of 3 88, and recelved the I-laughter Award of S25 for belng the h1ghest rankmg sen1or g1r1 She plans to attend Brown's School of Busmess, June 10 ln Peona, I111no1S Berne1ce Schnead was named Salutatorlan She had an average of 3 38 Berne1ce plans to work thxs summer and to enter the UDIVEISIIY of Ilhnoxs 1n the Fall SBHIOI' Athl6tlC Award Winners O 0 O 45 5 . A , . . D I ' 5 f r , 48 Seniors Gone Through School Together LEFT to RIGHT Albert Wagner, Marcra Wheeler, Bermce Schnexd Laurence Stlter ABSENT Jerry Jolner "IF MOTHER ONLY KNEW SENIQR FLQAT VV' 4"W'2'g 1 4 Jil! . . , . . B 1 . , . . ' H gf Q 5 - . . e I ' f.- 7 'z 2 A r e H ' 'W '. 'QT . 'NK 1 , I ' ' , 5 " V is ' 0 Q , X F' 115 g - Ax " 1 -3 A k " 'T I A V I 1 1 l " ' . 4 fs Ii' - .1 1121 A 4 1 S . 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