United Township High School - Skyline Yearbook (East Moline, IL)
- Class of 1958
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Mr. Almquist was a member of the School Board of United
Township High School for twelve years and had been serving
as its president for two years at the time of his death, December
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L. O. DAWSON
GREETINGS TO THE STUDENTS OF U.T.H.S.:
This year has been a good one at United Town-
ship High School. Progress has been made toward
the development of good work habits and scholarly
attitudes generally within the school, School spirit
and morals have been improved. The cooperative
efforts of the teachers and students have produced
a feeling of harmony and goodwill that make a
good environment for learning, which is the busi-
ness of the school.
I congratulate all of you who have devoted your-
selves diligently to the serious business of getting
an education, and who have performed .your work
with enthusiasm, with sincerity and with a sense
of personal responsibility, whether the work was
in the field of learning from books, or from people,
or from the activities of the school.
The staff of the Skyline, has in a very commend-
able way, left for all of us, here within the covers
of this annual, a record of what we have done this
year. I am sure that this record will be of inesti-
mable value and interest to all throughout the years
to come. May it be a reminder to you of a happy,
an interesting, and a prohtable year.
Each school year brings a few changes to alter the traditional pattern of school life. Five
hundred freshmen brought the enrollment to a record high of fifteen hundred students.
This year's freshmen class will be the first class to graduate from the new building which
the citizens of the district voted for in the fall.
U.T.H.S. was not overlooked by the Asian Hu last fall. The deans were very busy for a
few days writing absence excuses. Another unusual event was the snow storm which caused
a traffic jam on the steps as several hundred students inched their way down to the busses
waiting at the bottom of the hill.
The Alleman football game and the basketball game with Moline were perhaps the most
memorable victories of the sports year. The band students brought back twenty-seven first
place awards from the district music contest.
Platter Party on WOC-T.V. found many of our students dancing to and evaluating new
rock and roll records. Rock and roll was still popular as evidenced by some of the records
played at the after game dances: Wake Up Little Susie, Lollipop, The Stroll, Kinda Cute,
and 26 Miles.
The launching of the first "sputnik" was to some the biggest news story of the year and
was a topic of conversation to some extent. The sack dress caused comment among those in-
terested in the feminine fashions, but few appeared in school to take the place of the skirt
and sweater. The Ivy Leagues for boys were popular.
The Big Record seemed to be a favorite television program. No review of this year would
be complete without mentioning Zorro who made his mark in our hearts and also on several
blackboards and daily assignments.
The staff hopes the 1958 annual has given a balanced and true picture of U.T.H.S. and
that these pages will be memory pictures for years to come.
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defzt anel Bfufman, treafurery and Bob Kennedy, vice-prefiderztg fnd time I0 pore for the
Good-bye to high school! Good-bye to all the good times at the jubilees,
Hops, and Balls, to the roaring excitement of the games, the worry about
semester exams, and the interesting assemblies.
The senior class has had a busy year, decorating their float fwhich won
first prize in originality with the theme of "A Sleigh Ride to Victoryuj,
being measured for their caps and gowns in gym classes, having their pic-
tures taken for the Skyline, attending the Senior Ball, and finally walking
down the aisle at Commencement.
Mr. Pierson, the senior adviser, has helped many seniors decide whether
to go to college or to a job after they leave high school. The class officers
have had a busy year supervising the many activities in which the senior
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la Clzrh lhlr year were lhere Ilrnlor Rolari-
, anf, Boh Sllllllllfl. fifn Ollnmn, Harold
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5 i Gary Mueller, Row 2: Rnelzen A11Kee,
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K Sahr, Larry Meyer.sj, Bill Hofker, Boh
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The honor ,f0t'l8ly for the yenior vlan of '58 way vhofen in Marfh. They were all
Jtfulezzlf in the upper third of the vlan who had parliripafed in ,rrhool arlizfilief.
Row 1: Adele Sable, Izzdi Hoehn, Diane lValerfnan, Shelra Wefl, foanne Sfoit,
fanef Loding, Sandra Shaznafko, Merry Frafier, Leona Roni. Rou' 2: R0.f6'771rll"1' Mor-
riion, Margaret Freehern, Swan Kelley, fully Roye, fanel Bf'lJ'.fIllr172, Roxanne York,
Sharon M4'Millin, Gwen Lee. Row 3: Loif MeCreigh1, Marie Miflon, Bonnie Wil-
kinf, Loi.r Beandoln, Carole Blunhe, Vivian ML'lx1Illll7I, Mary Alyre Aa'an1.f, Linda
Laird. Rou' 4: foe England, Phil Slone, Mike Shea, Don Gfzldenpfennig, Dennis'
Sahr, Bob Sullivan. Ralph Goar, Ken Hofileffer, Tom Rohyf, Roherl Calloir, Kenny
Bezferlln, Larry Meyem, Boh Kennedy, Ruehen AuKee.
DONALD ADAMS MARY ALYCE ADAMS TERRY ALLEN
LORRAINE ALLISON LUCILLE ALLISON JUDITH AMMERMAN GARY ANDERSON
FERREL ANDERSON JERREL ANDERSON
SANDRA ANDERSON ROBERT ARBOGAST JUDITH ARMSTRONG RUBEN AUKEE
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Anlirijmfizzg the fun that they would lmfe at flae I.S.H,P.A. L'0721'67Iff0II, Diane Water-
man, jackie Ron, Mary Alyre Adamf, and Helene Riverf look over the Jrhedule of
JOSEPH BASSETT LOIS BEAUDOIN
MARILYN BARN ETT
C HARLES BVYCK
My, what a gorgeous
tablecloth! Tbefe Jerz-
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tbe ietrf. Efzjoyizzg fbi!
efegtnlfe are Mm'gm'ef
Freebern. Roxy York,
Bomzie Wilkefzf, Loif
Rory, and Loif Beau-
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VIRBLE BROWN DAUREL BROWN
TOM BOWMAN THOMAS BOKROS
RAYMOND BERTHOUD MICHAEL BERTHOUD
ROWENA BEDEIAN JEROME CACARI
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CHARLES CALDWELL JO ANN CANATSEY
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MYRTLE CROUCH JANICE CREMEENS
MARY COX YVONNE CORNELL
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'S' ANTHONY COLUMBIA
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RONALD CLEVENGER PATRICIA CLAUW MICHAEL CLARK GARY CLARK
VIRGINIA CHAVEZ ROBERT CATTOIR ROBERT CASE
JAMES CARTER TERRY CARRUTHERS GEORGE DEBO JOSEPH DECOOK
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Adjuxling collars and fmaollaing
out wrinklef lakef up the firft few
minutef of the Honor Sariety mem-
berf time when fhey firft try on
CHRIS DENNIS FRANCIS DENNISON
ROBERT DINNEWETH ROBERT DOXSEE
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NAOMI FORD ETTA FOX
MERRY FRASIER MARGARET FREEBERN CHEROKEE FRENCH
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LYLE GERLOCK HARLAN GLANA
DONALD GULDENPFENNIG ROSS HAILEY
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LINDA HAUMAN VIRGINIA HEADLEY SANDRA HEGWOOD
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LINNEA HERSTEDT JOYCE HESSELL
DAVID HOWELL HARRIET HULL JAMES IRWIN PATRICIA JACOBS
WILLIAIVI JACOBS FRANCES JAECQUES LINDA JAMISON DONALD JANOWSKI
JAMES JOHNSON KAY JONES LENOLEE JONES
ALBERT JONES SANDRA KALLMAN
LYNNA KIHLER DUARD KERR
GARY KRANTZ KENNETH KUNKLE HELEN LAFOUNTA
KAREN LAFOUNTAIN LINDA LAIRD
MARIE LALEMAN JERRY LANCASTER
BARBARA LASEK V, A
WARREN LAWRENCE 'V
GWEN LEE BONNIE LITTLE
LIAM LITTLE JANET LODING DAVID LORIMER
MERRX MALMSTROM ROBER1 MATTAN GARY MELLINGER LARRY MEYER
MARIE MITTON SANDRA MOELLER SHELBY MORLEY
4 Ak JOHN MEYERS I - I . - I I A -
Vignromly tearing at Ihe imidef of mm are lhere .rezzior bnyf in Mr. San-
JOHN MILLER du.rky'.r 111410 fhop, R071 Bfmey and Ray Bertlaoml .feem to enjoy the work
,I 5 h while Mr. Szllldllfky look! 011.
JUDITH MILLER HUGH MORRILI. ROSEMARY MORRISON DALE MORTHLAND
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JAMES MURRAY MANUELA NACHE
BARBARA NELSON ROBERT NORIN MARY OHRBERG
JIM OLTMAN ERNESTINE ORTIZ DENNIS PADGET
LOIS RAMEY FELIX RAMIREZ
RONALD RAYMOND LARRY RI PKA
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BEVERLY ROBINSON JAMES ROBINSON
DAVID ROBINSON VERNON ROBINSON
"Careful with that pin, Rofemfzryf' Joyf ll very fruiting Cberokee Freneb
before the bomeroming royalty if prefented before tbe .rtudent body.
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JUDITH ROSE NANCY ROSENBERGER
CHARLES RUSK IANICE RYNARD
ADELE SABLE DUANE SANDERS ROGER SCHLAF
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ROBERT STRIBLING JERRY SUCHY LEONARD SUHR
VIRGINIA SUTTON CHARLES STONE RUTH SNYDER
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GARY SCHLEETER NADINE SNYDER BEVERLY STOEDTER ROBERT STIRRATI
GARY STIENER RICHARD SPANGLER
ERNA SABLE KAREN SUSS
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are Il'f'0Ilg.JH Tony Columbifz zlfkf
Mr, Pierfon in J'0t'frlI jzroblenu flfm.
X ROBERT SULLIVAN DENNIS SAHR JUDY SMITH
MICHAEL SHEA JANET STANG JOANNE SCOTT
JAMES TANK JOANNE TANK ROBERT TAYLOR
ROSA THOMPSON RONALD TROUT GLENDA TURNER HAZEL TURNER
DANIEL TWOREK DAVID TYNER
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EMMA VALDES CAROLYN VANVOOREN
JIM VALENTINE JIM VERSLUIS
RONALD WAEYAERT DIANE WATERMAN SHARON WILLIAMS
MELVYN WILKINSON SONDRA WILLIAMS
not be if be warzlf to
pan folm Slevenf'
Senior Englifb Clan.
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GLADYS WILLY JAMES WILSON
SHARON WILSON MARSHA WINTHURST SHARON WOOLLEY
EDWARD WRIEDT ROXANNE YORK
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way Keith Robifuon bought
EDWIN SPURR JOHN WICKERSHAM
Thi! year? flair offirerf and
Jpomor were Mr. Yemm, ad-
virerg Gary Hobbf, preridentg
fudy Hoover, rerretnrylrear-
urerg and Val Bravo, vire-preJi-
Looking back at the events which occurred during
the year, the juniors can relive a bookful of memo-
ries. They recall their unique float with the theme
"We're Gonna Knock 'Em Cuckoo," which fea-
tured a cuckoo clock with Pete the Panther clubbing
a Washington player each time the hour chimed.
They remember the rush to order their class rings,
and the thrill they felt when the rings arrived in
time for Christmas. And, oh, the long hours spent
on the junior English theme! They picture once
again that one-act play, under the direction of john
Stevens and Louise Piano, presented as the junior
assembly that delighted the entire student body.
They remember how proud they were of the fine
showing given by the junior members of the athletic
teams. They recall, respectfully and gratefully,
their sponsor, Mr. William Yemm, who advised
them and contributed to their success as a class.
And last they remember the highlight of the year,
the Junior-Senior Prom, which closed their class
activities for the year of 1957-58.
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Row 1: Nancy Bickford, Cynthia Brewer,
Susan Cady, Cladene Boyle, Alberta Ben-
nett. Row 2: Sally Bost, Lana Berghult,
joanie Bryant, Leona Brown, Mary Bow-
man, Eddie Bowman. Row 3: Robert
Berthoud, Darrell Brown, Don Bratton,
jerry Beverlin, Val Bravo,
Row 1: Ray Calsyn, Dolores Clausen
Karen Carlile, Pat Carr, Bernice Cassidy,
Allen Carlile. Row 2: Ronnie Cord
Marvin Chaney, Ron Claeys, Bob Cain,
Dale Call, Bill Clark.
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Row 1: Judy Achilles, joy Bates, Joyce
Bates, Barbara Arbeau, Sharon Allen.
Row 2: jerry Allison, Karen Agnew,
Rochelle Achilles, Carol Anders. Row
3: Dennis Anderson, fohn Anderson,
jim Adams, Clifford Arbogast, Larry
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Ron' 1: Nancy Cropp, Peggy
Eaton, Peggy Dubereiner, Nor-
lene Francis, Pam Fairman.
Rou' 2: Alice Doud, Lucille
lfnstrom, Norma Dethc-rage,
Carol DeBates. Row 3: Merle
Easley. W'ayne Diericks. Lon-
nie Cunningham. Mike Dergo,
Ron' I: Peggy jo Gearhart,
Carul Guouly Lupe Garcia,
Mary jo Gramenz, Marilyn
Gear. Rou' J: Ramona Guber,
juyre Fulsclmer, Delores Gott-
man, Shirley Hamerlinck,
Allie Finley. Rou' 3: Gary
Hansen, Gary Friend, Larry
Fillmur, Dun Fuhrer, jack
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Il 100717 be long now!
Valezzlizzefr Day Jeemf to
be :he favorite holiday of
Deloref Claufezz and San-
dra Kiip, who are defor-
ating I e bullefin board in
the home eronomirr room.
Rau' I: Arlene Harris, ,Iackie Gray,
Myra Guldcnpfennig, Sheila Gray,
Helen Hantz. Rau' J: Ronnie Green,
juilil Harris, Don Hakeman, Richard
Grubbs, Terry Grave-r, Bill Hamerly.
Rfm' I: Karrnl Sue Jeffers, XX'amla
Huwcll. Dorothy Human, -Ioyce
llungate, Donna -Iarksun, Rim' 2:
liutili klulmstun, Victor glanuwski,
Darryl Ingersoll, Gerald Heim-
lmrgcr. Rffu' 3: R. 'lf Huslcey,
Dick Huskins, Dennis Holmes, Dan
Karr, Daviil Kastner.
Rauf 1: Peggy Hines, Carol
Hillyer, Judy Hoover, Mar-
lowe Hendricks, Carol Hau-
man, Ruth Hirst, Margaret
Hokinson. Rau' 2: jerry
Hintze, Mike Hasbrouck, Gary
Hobbs, Kenny Freeman, Ron-
nie Frey, Cecil Hernandez.
t fa., ,
Row 1: Cathy Lambrick, Carol
Leenknecht, Sandra Leach,
janice Lauritzson, Alice Lea-
senby. Row 2: Herb Kram-
beck, Nancy Hall, Roberta
Lang, Raymond Leader. Row
3: Dick Lange, Allen Leighty,
Gary Lenhart, Larry Lange,
lil le r
Row 1: Sandra Kipp, Olga Isais, Donna
Katsis, Sandy Kincaid, Judy Kight, Ruth
Kicksey. Row 2: Mike Kehoe, Frankie
Kannenberg, Maureen Kelly, Dolores
Kastner, Mike Knight. Rau' 3: Marion
Kaufman Tom King, Gerald Koenig,
Harold Knox, Phil Hutton.
Row 1: Sharon Liedtke, josephine
Mataya, Louise McCreary, Sharon
Matson, Margie Mayhew. Rau' 2:
John Lindegard, Dean Lang, Don
Lang, jim Lovett, Larry Lipes, Ellis
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Cinderella or a vision? Well, Stormy Gober and Lana B
jun, Shirley Hamerlinrk getting ready for the Prom.
A' S: ,.
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Row 1: Francis Mohr, Lajune
Johnson, Barb Mitacek, jean-
nie McDowell, Vince Mona-
han. Row 2: Gary Maxwell,
Dennis Miller, Gene Maitlen,
Frank McLean, Calvin Marsh
Bob McNa1ley. Row 3: Ron-
nie Merideth, jim McMilIin
Dave Martin, Kendall Morley
erglvult may wonder, but it if
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Rau' I: Nancy Peterson, June
Paytash, Diane Noftsker, Jan-
ice Payne, Francis Ramirez,
Bernadette Rangel. Rauf 2:
Anselm Rangel, Elaine Perk-
ins, JoAnn Pustelnik, Barbara
Potter, Jim Plavak. Rau' 3:
Jace Pierson, Sin Patterson,
Art Peterson, Bob Pyevich,
Carl Payne, Willard Peel.
Rau' 1: Rosemary Rasso, Christine
Reyes, Darla Reddick, Dixie Red-
dick, Sandra Rohren. Raw 2: Jean
Roady, Judy Raske, Wantlal Rinier,
Freda Robertson, Judy Riley, Rau'
3: Howard Reiling, Philip Schmidt,
Dave Rasso, George Rasmussen,
Rauf 1: Carol Sue Sergeant,
Marilyn Sens, Louise Shaw,
Joyce Rotz, Donna Schuetzler,
Carol Schweitzer, Rou' 2:
Steve Schulte, Harry Sedgwick,
Judy Severns, Sandra Shafer,
Jim Rylander. Rau' 3: Jim
Heald, LaVerne Mattson,
Chuck Shivers, Ron Shepard,
Jerry Rusk, Harry Vershaw.
Rau' 1: Steve Schulte, Mary Sue
Stcphenson, Sandra Stirratt, Nancy
Simler. Virginia Stahl, Janice
Skiles. Rau' 2: Carole Stevenson,
Kayla Stone, Doris Ann Tanck,
Kathy Smith, Dora Spencer. Row
3: Louis Sierra, joe Terronez,
Owen Stipp. Larry Smiddy, Harry
Vershaw, Floyd Stockwell.
Guess who won' By lbe looks on the acer 0 Sfllldlfl Ronzn, Denny
Anderson, and Lzzcj Foftrom lhe Panther! uefe wctmzazzf again
Ruiz' I: Patricia Vantla, Barbara
VanQuathcm, -Ianet VanHulle.
Sally Vallejo, Luz Terronez. RH11'
2: l.onna 'l'imbrook, Kathy Tim-
merman, Judy Thurber, Don Sul-
livan, Frank Trask, Tom Taylor.
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Rauf 1.' Cheryll Windey,
Sheila Weekley, Nancy Weis-
hrook, jean Warren, Carol
Turner, Mary Versypt. Row
2: Darla Viager, jo Ella
Wise, Carole White, Brenda
Willaert, Doris Whitmarsh,
Gail Weber, Ruth Weideman.
Row 3: Walter Whipple,
Willard Willhouse, Buddy
White, Larry Wendell, David
Womack, Kenny Wheeler.
Rauf 1: Lena Laferrara,
Margo Nordman, Karen
Moeller, Margot Moose,
Myrna Canfield. Rau' 2: Anne
Park, joe VanQuathem, Bob
Moore, Howard Mosher, janet
Happy defpite 4 heavy
frhedule, the sopho-
more rponior, Mr.
McCoy, and the fluff
o fren, Martha Smith,
Carol Wilson, vice-
prefident, and Angie
pore for their picture.
Confident of themselves as a class and used to
being a part of such a large school as United
Township High School, the sophomores started
their second year of high school with plans of
greater achievement. They worked out the theme
for their Homecoming float, "We'll Cook Their
Goose," and decorated the float with a big black pot
containing the George Washington team. All the
available talent in the sophomore class was used
in their assembly which used a new and unusual
theme, "Academy Awards Presentation."
In their various clubs, they helped plan dances
for after the games and decorated the cafeteria en-
thusiastically with miles of crepe paper streamers.
Sophomores comprised a large part of the member-
ship of many organizations in school.
Throughout the year the sophomores participated
in sports events and distinguished themselves with
Mr. McCoy, the sophomore adviser, gave assist-
ance and guidance in class projects, personal prob-
lems, and choosing courses for their junior year.
Rau' I: Loretta Bauwens, Nola An-
derson, Phyllis Anderson, Lynda
Benson, Debbie Anderson, Kay
Ashdown, Pat Adams. Rau' 2:
Bessie Bickford, Linda Aldrich,
Mable Anderson, Joyce Albrecht,
Violet Badtke, Pat Akers. Rau' 3.'
Gordon Billings, Donald Bell,
Louis Belman, Jerry Beert, Robert
Ballegeer, Ronnie Anderson, Rich-
Rau' ls Janet Brad-
ley, Marilyn Bow-
man, Lois Boles,
Rebecca Brown, Kay
Bogaert. Rau' 2:
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Paul Cacari, Jim
Carroll. Rau' 3: Phil
Bradley, Bill Brook-
hart, Mike Carpen-
tier, Richard Brown,
Jessie Burgess, Jim
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Rauf 1: David Cady, Linda Collins,
Judy Conklin, Sandra Clauw, Betty
Crouch, John Cruz. Rau' 2: Tom
Chidos, Gerald Curry, Larry Co-
vert, Karen Conover, Steve Combes,
Delbert Clevenger, Carl Comins.
Rau' 3: Rod Cook, George Cox,
Dave Coder, Don Britt, Bill Cre-
meens, Ronnie Castens.
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lummy Ifimli. Spcriucr
lficlilx, Galvin li.lI'Li.l.
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fmu in .IXPUIIVI in Tom iNlL'f!.YL'II by Y
ifrnw' fl'iJlIlH1Q 111.ffr'ln'Irn' Mr.
Rau' If Billie Diinlmir, Niiumi
Dethcrngc. 'lain Daxix, Rum-
lie Dowia. Vii'gini.i Ducyscn,
Barbara Duper. Rfm 3: Marty
Dump, M.ii'xli.i Diimp, ,luiiinc
D6Clk'I'Lkk, Dunn.i .Icnn Du-
Cllcixlc. Allin Dc-Cliistcikc-i'.
Run 3: Iiatclls Dixiilwn, Ruli-
crt Dicriiks. Di-.in D4-limil,
.Incl D.1ly, li.ii'lW.ii'.i Dciiinicw.
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Rau' I: Sharon Gray, janice
Hayden, Carol Hall, Sharon
Gotheridge, Florence Gohen,
Ruiz' 1: Bob Hintze, Gloria Hirst,
Pat Hokinson, judy Hites, Connie
Hemm, Linda Herrera, Adela Her-
nandez. Rau' J: Edward Huggart,
Kathleen Hill, jucly Hutt, Sandra
Huggins, Mike Holloman, Terry
Holmes, Rau' 3: jerry Hopkins,
Steve Hofstetter, Rene Hull, Danny
Hignight, Ron Hoff, Harry Huf-
ford, Bob Holden.
Row 1: judith Ann johnson, Vicki
Huyvaert, Sandra jokisch, Reha
Hurry, jacqueline jones, Virginia
jarkson. Row 2: Rohert jones,
jerry johnson, Sandi Huston, Kath-
ryn jones, Douglas johnson, Darrel
Irwin. Run' 3: Benton johnson,
Raymond lmmesoete, Robert ja-
cohs, Gary johnson, Allen Hun-
gate, jack jones.
Ken Hakeman. Rau' 2: james
Hayes, Carol Graham, Sandy
Granell, Sandy Grill, Curtis
Harsch, Gerald Goodwin.
Row 3: Orberie Giles, Richard
Harrington. Brent Hanson,
Tom Guild, john Hantz,
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Run' 1: luAnn hIll.Cl1l0I'L'.
Kay l.LlLlI:iILNUl"I, -hwy Mila-un,
Shirley INfLl.L'.ll'1, CQ.11'ulyn, Mil-
ler, Betty h1kI.Alll4L1l1liI1. Rffu
2: WILIYUQ Mmliixcrn, Almly
McLain, Fl'.lnLL'S NnNc.nI,
Joyce MnDglm'l, c?L'l7l'j.:C Mil-
ler. Run' if 5.1111 M1.K.ly, Ru-
lzmd Mnllurklc, Bill Mklixrlin
Gary hiillcn. Bill Milburn
Rau' 1: David Mills, Wiliiizl Myers,
Roberta Mulligan, Sally Monstrey,
Sandra Murphy, jerry jeff. Rau'
2: Phil Mathias, Pat Molnar, Karen
Newcnham, Velma Moose, Carolyn
Mitts, George Munger. Rua' 3:
Don Murphy, Wayne Neal, Wayne
Miller, Gary Myers, Dwayne Ne-
areill, jay C. Newton, Dennis Mit-
5 3 Zi . 1 J A
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Row 1: Yvonne Pendleton, Donna Pilcher, Donna Penderson, Maureen O'Harrow,
Patty Potter, Nancy Parker, Karyn Powell. Row 2: jim Ohrberg, Martha Platt, Bon-
nie Odendahl, Carol Pelton, Jennie Petersen, Marilyn Pinner, Doralee Oakman, Stan-
ley Park. Row 3: Eddie Penca, Marge Orlich, Bruce Pease, David Pollentier, Eugene
Penner, Patricia Osborn, Tom Nielsen.
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entertaining ay well af
informative af Carole
Talak, Barb DeGrae1fe, S'
Pal Vdl1KfdV6f6l1, and
joyre Stoeder fbow,
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Rau' I: Marsha Smith, joyee Spen-
cer, Kaye Stevenson, Martha Smith,
Lana Stephenson, joyce Stoedter,
Sylvia Stockwell, Lily Ann Snyder.
Rau' 2: Ronnie Soucinek, jerry
Sletten, David Stark, Loretta Spar-
rowgrove, Walync' Stanlake, Ronnie
Six, Bob Stogdell. Rau' 3: Kenneth
Sitter, Keith Stoneking, jim Sou-
cinek, jim Stoneking, jr., Kenneth
Sparrowgrove, Donald Stotts, Du-
ane Stetlie, Wlilliam Smith,
Rau' 1: Linda Romero, janet Rasso,
Patricia Quinn, Faye Rittel, jeanne
Rosczyk. Mary Lou Ramond, Pau-
line Rockwell. Rau' 2: Connie Ree-
ser, Ronny Pustelnik, Rudolph
Rasso, Dennis Rogers, Ronney
Root, Carolyn Quillin. Rau' 3:
Martha Pugh, Sandra Roach, Pam
O'Kloek, janet Rhodes, Sharon
Reed. Rau' 4: Charles Roberson,
Rohert Taske, Lei Lani Paea, Steve
Pyevith, Bill Reid, David Pyland.
Rau' I: Yvonne Ross, janet
Saunders, Karen Saddoris, Pat
Ruhy, Mary Segura, Elizaheth
Simpson, judy Sthadt. Rau'
2: Ed Sandoval, Hank San-
doval, Sandra Schultz, judy
Shamasko, Wlayne Sheden-
helm, julyle Shannon, Rau'
3: Wlarren Rowe, Stephen
Schroeder, Dennis Sehave, Les-
ley Schleeter, Fred Ruby, Sher-
man Rotz, Leonard Sangster.
rx 5, , 1
Run' 1: Rosalie Vermeulen,
hlglry jo Vnnl-lecke, Joanne
Versypt. Carol Vlfilsun. .lennne
V4inVliete, Vicki Vogelsung,
Trudy VineS. Run' 2: Paul
XX'.1lker, Pat VanKli1x'ern,
Marty Versluis, Rochelle Wfil-
liaxms. lftlnal XVntltlelI, Annette
V.1nNurw.iy, Henry Vonrhis.
Run' 3: Ritlmrtl Lee Vr1nZui-
den, Dirk Verxileeke, Duane
V.lfl'l'lL'f.1l1L'Ill, Ken Vickers,
lixerett V.1nV4llkenlmrg, jim
XV.ikelicltl, Clmrles Wlherry.
Run' If 'l.lI1ltC lliump-
sun. Alutly Sweet, Betty
'I'.ll.ik, Sll.ll'l'UI1 True, Su-
s.1n 'l'istl.1le, Darlene
Tuwnsentl. Rffjz' J: jerry
'l'l1m11pmn, N.1l1ty' Swim
tkiewitz, C'.ii'ul ll4lllAl1L'l'.
Dun 'l'.lllent, f,l!lL'il1I'lLL'.
Run' 35 XY'.iyne llmmp-
sun. Angelo Viillepu. C.irl
Stuel.1nLl. Ritl1.ll'tl Swan-
son, Felipe Vnltles, Freil
Stulir, -lim Tliiem.
Rau' 1: Paul Wfiklunrl, Vir-
W'ilelermutl1, Kay YX'ontl-
worth, Ann Wise, Norman
Xwilkens. Razz' J: Kay Wil-
kinson., Virginia XX'uolley.
Sharon Vlfilliaims, XX'ill4i Wlil-
son, Sherrie Wlilsnn, Kenneth
Xvumack. Run' 3: Herbert
Wfykert. jim Wfillinms,
Xwayne Wfriedt, DeRoy Wlin-
gert. Stanley Willigliiws. Wairle
Run' I: Bob Hintzex I.xn4la Sinclair,
Hazel L'I1ll'lL' Clark, Virgin john-
son, Terry Huskcy, Alina Hernan-
dez, 'lim Snyder. Ron' 2: Ricllard
Doluxinskc, Gurdon Hopkins, Glen
Hostcns, jr., Gary Natwick, Ed
XX"alkc-r, jerry VanLlcWiclu, jim
XX,lIlkCll3.IllL'l'. jack Dixon, Run' 3:
Eric NiJI'tllllJlI1l, Sam BI'CI'L'tUH, Rus-
sell Gaukcr, hlulln Bazur, Larry
Rodgers, Red DcRammclac1'c, Eu-
Ready to go io play mzolher Jopbomore bafketball game are lhexe mnfdent looking team memberf.
Frefbman ojfrerf join ibeir
ddl"i,f07', Mr. Collins, in a
rup of milk. Shown are
Safarz Stepbem, vice-pre.fL
dentg Larry Dobereiner,
preiiderzlf Bob Fluegal,
Jecrelary-trea.farer,' and Mr.
Into the halls of United Township High School
came another new class, this year's freshmen. They
had many experiences that were different from
anything they had known before. One of their first
activities as a class was to build a float for Home-
coming. They chose "Knock 'Em Outh for their
theme and built a ring in which they portrayed a
boxing match. The other class activity was the
freshman assembly for which they gathered talent
from among their 505 classmates. They found some
of the activities they had known in grade school
were also in high school but on a larger scale. They
attended sports events, went to the dances after the
games, and ended the year with a class party. They
tried to get used to homework, and they became
familiar with many new school subjects. Advising
them on their studies, helping them plan their
futures, and giving them counsel on their problems
at school, Mr. Collins has helped the freshmen
complete a year of new experiences.
Al right if Don Bishop, a
member of lbe freshman
clan, who pafyed away
November 26, 1957.
Rim' I: Gerald Anilerson, ,Iutlitli
Atlams, Katlrerine Barlwoutis, Me-
lintla Allen, Aloan Atliilles. Karen
Antlers. Ruiz' J: Perry Auliee, Bar-
bie Antlerson, Mariorie Baker, Glo.
ria Ammerman, james Anderson,
Rim' 3: Dick Akers, Dennis Antler-
son Mark Bare, Marvin Beeson,
Harry Arvanis, Kent Atler.
Run' I: Donaltl Carlson, Dick
Brewer, Kenney Burns, Den-
nis Bowling, Dennis Buelien,
Donald Calwor. Ron' J: Don-
altl Bishop, Donna Britton,
Marilyn Brown, Leveta Bu4
elranan, Barbara Calwor, -Iohn
Caldwell. Run' 3: Pete An-
tlon, Gary Carlson, Tom
Campbell, john Carpenter,
Ronaltl Burney, Clifford
Rau' I: Bob Bessee, Dixie Bivens,
Rosemary Burrell, Joyce Blackwell,
Mary Ann Beteher, Carol Lou
Blackman, Ceelia Belman, Ray
Bowler, Rim' J: Larry Batten, Ger-
aldine Bell, Ylenna Bennett, Ellen
Brereton, Zella Bettis, june Black-
well, Lequeta Buchanan. Rau' 3:
George Boqklinuse, Gary Bell, ,Ian
Baltzell, john Blair, Roger Below-
ske, james Bowers, Bill Baker,
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ll 'wld Y
V llllllllunmnm .
Rim' 1: Azalee Daggett. Col-
leen Covert. Florance Cole-
man, Barbara Covert, Bonnie
Cunningham, Sue Davis. Rim'
2: Shirley Columbia, Sue Col-
lier, Judy Cutler, Linda Cor-
win, Barbara Culley, Bonnie
Crouch, Daniel Cook, Run' 3:
XX'arren Copeland, Bill Com-
ins, Ronald Cowser, Jerry Cun-
ningham, Bob Davis, Donald
Rim' 1: Jetl DeMarlie, Doris
Dennhardt, Almeta Dolan.
Janice Donder, Martha Daw-
rhinski, Diane Dinneweth,
Dean Clark. Rau' J: Al Dier-
igks, Larry Dobereiner, Joyce
DeGrande. Janne DeBoo, Paul
DL-Graexe, Gene Ditmh. Rfm'
3: Joe Dc-Jeagher, Richard
DeMeyer, Rene DeRammel-
aere, Dean Dciireve, Reed
DeBord, Robert DeClerck,
Rau' If Joe Carter, Sharon Chidos,
Dorothy Cattoir, Judy Caulkins,
Bobby Casillas. Rau' J: Ilene Cas-
sidy, Connie Clark, Karen Cline,
Stella Claver. Rnu' 3: Micheal
Claus, Raymond Clausen, Lonnie
Brewer, Roger Clarke, Jerry Chap-
f vga 1.
in it I '
til' l 5, "
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ell' WT J
in I 1 15' ll l if R54 7' K
Rau' I: Neil lintrilcin, Dianne
lishelman, Elaine Ely. Anita
Dzckunskas, jim Fairman,
'Ferry Downing. Rnu' 2: Clif-
ford Finley, Dan Duke, Karen
Dull, 'Ferry Felter, Mary Dar-
lene Evans, Juanita Draper.
juhn Engelke-ns. Run' 3: Roh-
ert Finch, Don Ferrell, Albert
Enghnlm, Williiiimi Edmunds,
Arthur Fanter, Frank Fennu.
Tin tin tiniat,
by ,im-. Hilm-
belief' klI01l'II 115 Jingle Bells, um mug
fr Lnlifz rlfzri' before Cf9l'fJ'llllzl.l' I'i1t'z1l10I1.
Row I.' George Gavin, Dale Frels,
Irene Garcia, Cheryl Foutch, Rick
Freymann, jerry Frenell. Rau' 2:
Gary Fulscher, Karen Francis, Dor-
othy Flowers, Judith Fisher, Bara
bara Francis, Scott Frazelle. Rau'
3: Clifford Ford, Max Fitch, jim
Gerhardt, Bob Fluegel, Ernie Ger-
lach, Ronald Fuller.
Rou' 1: Linda Goldsberry, Norma Grosz, Judy Gray, Carole Glaudel. Amanda Gomez, Gail
Girt, Carmen Guerrero. Rau' 2: David Griffith, Robert Grumadas, Sandra Grifhth, Sharon
Green, Nellie Gomez, john Gordon. Rau' 3: jim Gillespie, john Gnatovich, john Graham,
Mike Griffith, Mike Gillespie, Arnold Guerrero, Stanley Gray.
Rau' 2: Kathleen Hill, joyce
Hayes, Sandra Hasselman, ' '
jean Ann Hibernik, Sandra i
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tar, David jones, Bron-
zella jamison, Paula
Koehler, Donna Knight,
Frederick johnson, Eddie
johnson. Rau' J: Laura
Knox, Beverly jefferson,
Barhara Kilts. Mary
Keel, Sandra Knight,
Margie johnson, janet
Kipp. Rau' 3: jim jan-
owski, Robert Keim,
Kincaid, Paul jaecques,
Earl johnson. .3
Run' I: Vincent Hill, Rosemary
Hyde, Katherine Huff, Marilyn
Hiplcins, Linda Hull, 'l'odd Hunter,
j. P. Hull. Run' 2: l.arry Hoepf-
ner, lsahelle Holden, Diana
Holmes, judy Homan, Gloria ln-
man, Fatty Hurd, Sharon Howell,
Danny Hines. Ruiz' 3: Ronnie lm-
mesoete, Fi'ed Ishmael, james Hol-
lowell, Lincoln Hinton, james
Hughes, jerry Isom, john Holm-
Ron' I: Richard Leader, Roh-
ert Larson, Deanna Lewis,
Ronald Lampe, Ruth Lauritz-
son, Bob Laird, Roger Lale-
man. Rau' J: Lovina Leehy,
Nancy Lauritzson, Linda
Lange, Carolyn Lancaster,
Sharon Launius, Lucille Les-
thaeghe, Delores Lewis. Rauf
3: jim Lavine, Paul Lackey,
Dick Leibovitz, Raymond Ko-
patich, Elmo Lawson, Charles
Kriegemeier, Fred I.. Lemkau.
Run' 1: Vlmmn M.1lmstrum, ,Iudith Malm-
strmn, SI1.l1'un I.yJun, Linda Lunniccn,
Nmny Martens, Dian.: Lumlccn. Rau'
J: Nurim- Nmkcy, Mary Ann Martin,
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Rim' 1: Fllagene Massa,
Sandra McMullen, Mari-
lyn McCoy, Nigel Mc-
Cord, Letty Meyer,
Donna McDowell. Rau'
2: Terry Mercy, Robert
Milburn, Claudia Mayf
field, Ray McDonald,
Georganna Meyers, john
Meyer. Rau' 3: Gene
Miller, Donald McLean,
Gary Mitton, Alfred Mar-
tinez, Steve Martin, jo-
Rau' 1: Dan Orendorff, Wilyne Os-
bourne, Judy Perkins, Mary jo Picon,
Fred Norton, jerry O'Bleness. Rau' If
Pamela Nelson, Nancy Parker, Dorothy
Pelton, jean Perry, Nola Pardee. Row
3: Sandra Norris, Sheryll Overmire,
Steve Paytash, Eva Norin, Patti Oneth,
Row 1: Eugene Mohr, Wgincla Myers,
Sharon Morgan, Kathleen Moody, Bar-
bara Murphy, Patricia Moore. Rau' 2:
Ron Nalevanko, Linda Mayhew, Sharon
Murphy, Patty Moses, Ronnie Murphy,
Moose Muse. Rau' 3: Val Nache, Cecil
Murdock, Norlin Neareill, jim Morgan,
Donald Nelsen, Tom Mosher.
Rou 1 I-lame Pnvra Sandra Pulver Alice Potter Norma Redman Donna Phxlrps Nancy Ramsey Carol Reveal Rau 7 Karan
Ragan Roseann Phelps Pamela Prppert Carolyn Re1d Sandra Radford Vnrgmra Rasso Ruby Reyna Warren Ratllff Rou 3 Tony
Prreto Erme Rangel Donna Radakovrch Rrchard Pulver Paula Powell Kermrt Reno Kenneth Rexroth
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Row 1: Sam Scholcl, Karen Shull, Barbara Schutz, Sandra Shipma, Lincla Schmooke, Bill Siedlitz. Row 2: Melvin Shivers, Majorie
Scott, Connie Severns, Ann Schmidtlein, Hope Sierra, Janet See, Martin Schoellerman. Row 3: Stanley Schroder, Carol Scott, jerry
Shope, Nancy Scott, Earl Swenger, Kathy Schubert.
Rau' 1: Vivian Sanders, Carolyn
Robinson, Sandra Rule, Marilyn
Root, Mary Rogers, Beverly Scher-
schel. Rau' 2: Don Rylander,
Sandra Robertson, Rosalie Rigsby,
Robert Sauser, Carol Robert, Rose-
mary Sainer, james Rockwell. Row
3: Earl Rusk, Orrin Schatteman,
Douglas Robertson, Ronnie Rule,
Jerry Ricky, Harold Rodgers.
Row 1: Mary Lou Wells, Alice Whit-
marsh, Karen Weber, jean Whipple,
janet Walker, Sharon Whitehair, Raw
2: jaince White, Linda Williams, Pat
Williams, Michele Weekly, Nancy
Wells, Carole Wallace. Row 3: Craig
Weisbrook, Benny White, Bryon War-
ren, Keith Ward, Marvin Wheeler, Her-
Rau' 1: Karen Thiem, Anna Mae
Stewart, Tondalaya Sullivan, Kathy
Stoneburner, Donna Stirratt, virki
Taylor. Rau' 2: Barbara Swails,
Judy Summers, Marsha Swanson,
Eileen Thomas. Careletta Sunken,
Dorothy Mae Stritklannl. Rau' 3:
Dick Theuninck, john Stevenson,
Randall Stout, ,lack Steele, Herbert
Sweat, Gary Stoneking, Kenny Suss.
Rau' 1: Otlia Teague,
Richard VanBell, Gary
Swift. Patritia Townsentl,
Eugene Wadsager, Larry
True, Keith Thompson.
Rau' 2: Sandra Twedtlell,
Priscilla Vershaw, jean,
nie Verleye, Marla Stew-
art, Carol Vervenne, Bev-
erly Tyner. Rau' 33
XValter Trice, Howartl
Thompson, Harold Van-
Vooren, Pedro Vallejo,
Robert Thomas, Larry
Tate, Russell Upton.
The wonders of science
are znzfolded before llie
eyef of Ernie Ger'lm'h,
Karen 7ll.7jL'Nl, and Bob
DeClerrke in Mr. Flldgtxl
general .rrienre rlafr.
Rau' 1: Mary Lou Wells, Alice Whit-
marsh, Karen Wfeber, Carol Whipple,
janet Walker, Sharon Whitehair. Rau'
2: janice NX'hite, Linda Williams, Lynn
VUilliams, Michele Weekley, Nancy
Wells, Carole Wallace. Rvu' 3: Craig
Weisbrocwk, Bennie Wliite, Byron Wall'-
ren, Keith Ward, Marvin Wheeler, Her-
Rau' I: Tom Munos, Nancy
Hart, Donna Tipton, Fretl
Sauceclo, jack Taylor. Run' 2:
Eric DeMuynck, Dean Warren,
Ricky Carson, Arthur Rootly.
Rau' 3: LeRoy jones, Danny
Hignight, Larry Robinson,
Bernarcl Siirila, Fizz Brown,
Rau' 1: Willie Williamson,
Gerry Wise, janet Wise,
Kathie Wilson, Carol Wind-
land, Sherry Woodworth, jack
Young. Rua' 2: Bill Wonder-
lich, Ruth Ann Wilscmn, janice
Witherspoon, Alice Wood-
worth, Nancy Wilson, jerry
Wise. Rau' 3: Wayne Yates,
Arthur Winthurst. Denny
VanTieghem, Nadine Wo-
mack, Philip Womble, john
Zukas, Evan Yeager,
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Special events which highlight the year are called activities. Activities bring
the entire student body closer together in the solemness of some activities and the
gaiety of others.
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Paufing in the middle of their hufy
Jchedu ef, the Pekin District repre-
sentative: pore for their picture.
Bark row: Boh Kennedy, Keith
Rohinron, Bob Sullivan, jim Pier-
Jon, and George DeBo. Front row:
Iudy Hoover, Mary fo VanHerke,
and Carol Hall.
Grouped together during one of
their "breathing momentJ" are the
Student Council ojirerr and their
Jponsor, Mr. McCoy. Bath Row:
jim Pierron, parliamentariang Keith
Rohinron, vice-prefidentg Boh Sulli-
van, president, Front row: janet
Loding, refretaryp Mr. McCoy,
rponfor,' Loi: McCreight, treaiurer.
The Student Council is a board consisting of mem-
bers of each of the classes in school. It functions
under the leadership of Mr. McCoy. Working
toward a better school and system of running things
more democratically is the aim of the Council. This
year, as in past years, students were chosen from this
organization to represent our school at district and
quint-city meetings with other schools in the state.
We were proud to have three of the Junior mem-
bers to serve as ofiicers of the Pekin District.
All clubs in the school are responsible to the Stu-
dent Council. Learning to work together, to help
better these clubs, is still another of the Council's
Serving ar 0.56675 of thi: yearbf Pekin
Dirtrict reprerentativer were Nanry
Hall, vice-prefidentf Lana Berghult, .rer-
retaryg and jim Pierron, prerident.
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Row I: janet Loding, Nancy Cropp, Lois McCreight, Lana Berghult, Judy Hoover, Alice Leasenby. Row 2: Phil Hutton, Mike
Shea, Nancy Hall, Roxy York, Bob Sullivan, George DeBo. Ro w 3: Cecil Hernandez, Mike Knight, Don Fisher, Keith Robinson,
Bill Hocker, Bob Kennedy.
Row 1: Linda Romero, Debbie Anderson, Nancy Wilson, Marilyn Root, Dorothy Cattoir, Mary Lou Wells. Rauf 2: Kenneth Laud,
Paula Koeler, Sharron True, Mary jo VanHecke, Carol Hall, Linda Livesay, Cheryl Foutch. Rau' 3: Pam Nelson, jean Hibernik,
Carol Wilson, Eileen Thomas, Nancy Boxstall, Pat VanKlaveren, Joyce LaPeere. Row 4: Fred Leuders, Earl Schwenneker, Harry
Aruanis, Keith Stoneking, Ron Hoff, Ronnie Immesoete, Scott Frazelle.
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The excitement and pleasure that make a success-
ful Homecoming celebration were enjoyed by
ll.T.H.S. students this year. First came the choosing
of the Homecoming royalty and then voting for the
king and queen. In the weeks preceding the Home-
coming parade, the clubs and classes spent long
hours decorating their floats. Many were rewarded
when the senior class float, "Sleigh-ride to Victory,"
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"I frown thee King and Queen of U.T.H.S." Doing
five lmnorr of crowning Queen Cfzwle Blunke and
King Bob Kennedy are rwznerf-zip, fanel Loding and
won first prize in originality, when the F.H.A. float,
"Starway to Victory," won first prize in heauty, and
when the F.N.A. float "Let's Lick 'l2m," won first
prize in humor. The parade in the afternoon ended
in the bowl where a pep rally was held. After a
thrilling game in Soule Bowl, U.T.H.S. students
streamed over to the school gym where the Home-
coming dance was held.
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U.T.H,S. Homecoming Queen,
Carole Blunke, and her court Ro-
wena Bedeian, Loi.r McCreight,
Yanet Loding, Norene Poeluoorde,
Roxemary Morrison, Barbara
Lueders, Bonnie Wilhenf, Diane
Waterman, and Sharon McMillin,
zre arrayed in full royal Jplendor.
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The Homecoming Royalty Jhown after the crowning of
Mr. and Min U.T.H.S. Row 1.' Sharon McMillin, fini
Oltman, Queen Carole Blunhe, King Bob Kennedy, janet
Loding, Barbara Leuderf. Row 2: Diane Waterman,
Rofemary Morrifon, Bonnie Wilhenf, Loi! McCreight,
Noeen Poelvoorde, Rowena Bedeian, Bob Sullivan, Rout
3: Keith Robinfon, Kenny Beuerlin, Cherokee French,
ferry Lancafter, Bill Hocher, and Dennix Sahr. Not Jhown
if Gary Steiner.
Seated atop their royal float, Queen
Carole and King Bob Jurvey their
domain-Eaft Moline and United
-I Townfhip High School.
Acting "real goony," Jwaying back
and forth to the .rtrainr for the
"Nutcracker Suite", the Goonief
performed for the jirxt time before
a U.T.H.S. audience at the Home-
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Our Queen and King!
Carole Blunhe and Dennix
Sahr wear happy xmiler
after lheir roronation.
Beftowing the trademark of King and Queen of
Sporii upon Carole Blanke and Dennif Sahr are the
runner:-up, janet Loding and Ken Beverlin.
Butterflies, knotted handkerchiefs, and some last-minute primping were the order of the day for the mem-
bers of the G.A.A. royalty before this year's King and Queen of Sports were announced as Carole Blunke
and Dennis Sahr. Runners up were janet Loding and Ken Beverlin.
Once again the royalty were entertained by a volleyball game between faculty members and members of
the junior class. The faculty proved to be quite a threat to the junior teamg but the juniors pulled ahead
for a decisive victory of 18 to 11.
Amid regal Jplendor the King and Queen of Sport! and their four!
preride over the G.A.A. feylivilief. Row 1: Rosemary Morrifon, Bonnie
E,A,A, Wilhenx, Loi: MrCreight, Sandi Hegwood, Carole Blunke, queen,
Dennis Sahr, king, Merry Frarier, Paz Clauw, Peggy Goorh, Sharon
McMillin. Row 2: jim Oltman, Cherokee French, Keilh Rohimon,
Bob Kennedy, janet Loding, princess, Ken Beverlin, prince, Gary
Steiner, foe England, jim Iohnxon, Harold Paulfen.
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Ruiz' 15 Rowena Bedeian, Joy Kicksey, Nancy Rosenberger, Judy Armstrong, Merry Fraser, Jim Foiles, Julius Terronez, Gary Miller, Fred
Banlield, lid Bowman. Carolyn Park, Erna Sable, Karen Laliountain, Pat Lydon, Sandra Hesser, Run' J: Marsha XX'intliurst, Nadine Snyder.
Marx' Alyte Adams, Helene Rivers, Myrtle Crouch, Dale Morthland, Lyle Gerloclc, Mike Berthoud, lierrcl Anderson, Cierald Koenig, llitli.ii'tl
Hoskins, lileanor Reyes, Adele Sable, Karen Kelley, Judith Iwfiller. Marie Laleman. Suzi Ford. Rnu' 5: Virginia Sutton. Susan Kelley, Hai'-
riet Hull, Sharon NX'ilson, James Irwin, Darryl Ingersoll, Buzz XX'ilkinson, Dean Lang, Bernard Pilther. Jerrel Anderson, John Meyers. Jolin
R, Miller. loin Rohyt, Lois Mtfireiglit. Marilyn Cushman, Joanne Scott, Linda Laird, Bonnie XY'ilkens, Sandra Kallman. Ron' -JJ Carol Pen-
dcrson, Barbara l.ast-lc, Lois Beaudoin. Fran Jaecques, Kathy Timmerman, Vernon Robinson, Howard Mosher, Gary Mueller. Bolw Cunning-
ham, Jim MtMillini. Levy Austin, Dave Martin, Jim Adams, Bob Moore, James Tank, Barbara Jean Nelsen, Sandra Vfilliams, Ellen Socleinan,
Carolyn VanVooren, Daurel Brown, Roxy York, Janet Stang.
another concert in the spring. They sang many dith-
E H D l R cult and beautiful pieces of music that only training
could account for. But all was not work, as any
The advanced choral group at U.T.H.S. contrib- choir member could tell you. In the late winter
uted much to the school in their assembly before they sold candy for their trip to Lake Geneva at the
Christmas when their singing gave all of the listen- end of school which was a successful climax to a
ers a sense of the true Christmas spirit. They gave busy year.
TREBLE TON ES
Relaxing during one of hif "rare"
free moment! if Mr. Vincent Ahn-
auifr, choral director. Mr. Ahn-
quifff jiri! year ax U.T.H.S, choral
director haf roven very Jucceifful.
Among lhe ne prograrny prefenled
by the choral groupf under hi! di-
reclion were the annual Chriitmaf
Vexperf and the Spring Concert.
A talenled group of Jenior girlx,
the Treble Toney, haf appeared on
many affenzhlief through the year
.ringing many old fauorifef Juch ax
When johnny Comes Marching
Home Again and fheir own verfionf
of popular Jongf like Sugar Time
and My Special Angel. Their ability
to harmonize and their popular ren-
dilion: have made them well known
to U.T.H.S. audiencef. Row 1.'
Sandra Kallman, Helene Riuerf.
Row 2: Linda Laird, Loif Mc-
Creight. Row 3: Bonnie Wilhem,
Roxy York. Row 4: Rofa Sweat,
Picking ou! good mufic if only one
of the many johJ of the choir of-
jiceri. Pictured here are: Daurel
Brown, fecrelary-treafurerg Mr. Vin-
cent Ahnquixt, choral direclorf
Linda Laird, prefidenl, and Merry
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Rau' I: Betty McLaughlin, Janice Thompson, Loretta Bauwens, Nola Anderson, Maureen O'Harrow, Carolyn Miller. Margie
Mayhew, Elizabeth Thompson, Kay Ashdown, Jean Wlarren, Gloria Hirst, Sandy Christensen, Jude Riley, I.ily Ann Snyder,
Rim' J: Sandi Grill. Ruthie Hirst, Carolyn Mitts. Sharon Corn, Barbara DeGraeve, Virginia Stahl, Sally Valleio, Lana
Stephenson, Sandra Murphy, Virginia Zimmerman, Shirley McLean, Sue Tisdale, Jean Davis. Rau' 3: Dianna Lowe, W'illa
XY'ilson. Sherrie XX'ilson, Bessie Bickford, Carol Hall, Kaye Stevenson, Phyllis Anderson, Carole Stevenson, JoAnn Pustelnik,
Judy Hooxer, Sharon Reed, Margot Moose, Lois Holes, Carole Talak, Carole Glaudel, Sandra Kramhetk. Rua' 4x Frances
MtNeal, l.ana Berghult, Joyce I.aPeere, Sandy Murphy, Bonnie Odendahl, Doralee Oakman, Dolores Kastner, Jennie Peter-
sen. Sharon XX'illiams, Martha Pugh, Deanne Glauclel, Ramona Gober, Joanie Bryant, Shirley Hamerlinck, Estelle Davidson,
E Appearing on the Christmas program and in other as-
semblies, the Glee Club as brought many new versions
E of old hymns, folk songs, and group songs to U.T.H.S.
audiences. Through much training and practice, the mem-
bers have achieved a high degree in quality that brings
C B enjoyment to the listener, may he be a music lover or not.
Rau' 1: Linda Romero, Sylvia Stockwell, Joyce Collins, Jeanne Rosczyk, Donna Pilcher, Peggy Hines, Alite Leasenhy,
Margaret Hokinson, Gaye Lasiter, Donna Penderson, Mary Lakadat, Betty Crouch. Billie Dunbar. Run' 3: Judy Sweet,
Martha Smith, Martha Platt, Debbie Anderson, Francis Ramirez, Carol Sergeant, Beatrice XY'ilson, Carol Srhweitver, Alma
Deal, Pat Hokinson, Irene Bowling, Patricia Quinn, Judy Kight, Jeannie McDowell, Sandy Stirratt, Ruiz' 3: Naniy
Swiatkiewicz, Peggy Dobereiner, Karen Carlile, Wanda Howell, Virginia Dueysen, Virginia Myers, Judy Shamasko,
Mary Jo VanHecke, Pam O'Klock, Vicki Vogelsang, LaJune Johnson, Alice Finley, Louise McCreary, Gail Vfeber, Donna
Jackson, Rau' -ir Sandra Schultz, Karen Agnew, Carol Graham, Carol Anders, Pat VanKlaveren. Martty Versluis, Marilyn
Pinner, Brenda Willaert, Janet Rhodes, Marsha Damp, Mary Fulscher, Velma Moose, Janet Fuller, Donna Katsis, Linda
Livesay, Sally Bost, Carol Hauman.
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Rau' I: john Gordon, Gene Ditch, Bob Hintze, Kenny Suss, Virginia jackson, Wairren Ratliff, jim Hill, Fred
johnson, Laszlo Lakadat, Fred Lueders, jerry Wise. Rau' J: Kenneth Rexrath, Eddie johnson, Larry True,
Norman Xvillcens, john Holmgren, Darrel Irwin, Walter Trice, julyle Shannon, Dennis Rogers, Ernie Gerlach,
George Miller, Bob Hamrick, Dennis Anderson, Galvin Garcia, Keith Thompson, Bob Casillas. Rau' 3: NX'ayne
Osbourne, livan Yeager, Bruce Pease, Mike Hughes, Delbert Clevenger, Roger Clarke, Ronald Cowser, jaik
Steele, Charles Roberson, john Graham, Terry Felter, Frank Karben, Don Murphy, Mike Grithn, Barton Em-
mert. Rim' 4: Dennis Bowline, Ronald Lampe, Ronnie Castens, Carl Stueland, Charles XX'herry, Rene De Ram-
melaere, Norlin Neaveill, Douglas Robertson, jim Carroll, Perry Aukee, Donald McLean, Pete Hantz, Curtis
MALI- I IHI IRI I!-i
A relatively new feature in the choral department, the Male Chorus, has proven
to be successful in many aspects. These boys, chosen for their good singing voices,
sang in the assemblies many popular hymns and folk songs that were pleasing to
FR H Singing for the first year before a U.T.H.S. audience,
the Freshman Chorus spent much time and effort in prep-
E H 2 R I-I E aration for the Christmas assembly.
Rau' 1: Sharon Wfhitehair, Mary Lou Wells, Ellagene Massa, janet Xvalker, Eleanor Smith, Diana Lundeen, Cecelia Belman, Ruby
Reyna, Vixian Sanders, Sandy Pulver, Sandra Shipma, Barbara Murphy, Marilyn Root, Bonnie jamison, Barbara Cabor, Carol Wyiitt.
Diane Dinneweth, Karen Thiem, Sharon Chidos. Rau' 2: Melinda Allen, Marilyn Brown, Bonnie Cunningham, Sandra McMullen,
Karen Ragan, janet See, Donna Srirratt, Norma Redman, Ruth Wilsimn, Carolyn Robinson, judy Perkins, Carol Wfhipple, Sandy
Hanson, Sandi Radford, janice Wliite, Candy Koehler, Nancy XX'ilson, Dianna Eshelman, Mandie Gomez, Kay Hill, Nancy Man-
tens, Karen Shull. Rim' 3: Nancy Hart, Sharon Lydon, Carol Blackman, Patti Moses, Dixie Bivens, Delores Butler, Sharon Howell,
Pat Nelson, Rosalie Rigsby, Nancy VUL-lls, Toni Granet, Karen Francis, Kathleen Schubert, Cathi Stensvaag, Sharon Green, Michele
VUcekley, Geraldine Bell, judy Summers, joyce Hayes, Patty Hurd, Mary Keel, janet Wise, Rau' J: Barbara Culley, Marilyn Hip-
kins, Karen Dutf, Nadine XX'omack, Debby Brady, Georganna Meyers, Dorothy Flowers, judy Cutler, Diana Holmes, jean Lund-
ahl, Donna Radakovich, Carol Vervenne, Claudia Mayfield, Sharon Murphy, Susan Stevens, judy Fisher, Gloria Ammerman, Carol
Littlewood, Lynn Williaiiis, jean Hibernik, Paula Powell, Patty Oneth, Carol Robyt, Nancy Scott, Sandra Rule.
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Ioyte Collins Rm Mike Clirk Dorothy Cattoir janet Stang Nancy Boxstall Wanda Muers, Alice Hernandez, -lanet VanOversheIde,
Bnlurr Svt uls Virginii jatkson Marla Stewart Rau 3 Donald Adams Buzz Wilkinson, Phillip Grant, Ronald Trout. Dick Akers, Dick
Vtrx utkc Due Pylmd Wirren I us rencc lmes Lovett Eugene Penner binclair Patterson. Row 4: john Carpenter, George Rasmussen,
W illiim Hulse Ferry Mcrty Kithy Qtoneburner Mike Srea Leo Cnmbes Gary ohnson Bill Miburn.
In the fall, the U.T.H.S. band started
off its busy schedule by playing for all
of our football games, at home and at
other schools. Its intricate marching
formations on the football field were
interesting to watch and enjoyed by all
of the spectators. When the basketball
season started, the combined concert
and varsity band played snappy march-
ing tunes at all of the home games. It
also gave concerts at Hoffman, john
Deere, Wells, and Bowlesburg grade
Murir theory lemon is the topic
0 fonvefratiofz between Mr.
Mallie Williarnr, axrixtarzt band
dzrertor, and Mr. john Tho-
man, band director.
Row I: Judie Adams, Myrna Canheld, Ilana Kean, Donna Knight, Kay Bottorff, Judy Schadt, Karyn Powell, Trudy Vines, Suzanne Haefs,
Pat Adams. Rau' 2: Robert Thomas, Ricky Carson, Carol Reveal, Judy Homan, Nadine Snyder, Jim Stonelcing, Kathryn Jones, Jim Morgan.
Row 3: Ronnie lmmesoete, Steve Combes, Caroline Malinoski, Karen Greb, Judy Erickson, Jackie Ross, Karen Eddleman, Dennis Anderson,
Judith Miller, Judy Knaaclc. Rau' -if Eric DeMuynck, Jack Dixon, George Cox, Robert Sauser, Jim Janowski, Terry Lewis, Jeral Miller,
Donald Sanowski, Daniel Tworek. Row 5: Dean Warren, Robert Cattoir, Sherman Rotz.
schools. Spring was the busiest season
of all. The band sold 1400 bars of the
"World's Finest Chocolate" by going
out in teams to see who could sell the
most candy in three days. Then 15 solo-
ists and 35 members of various ensem-
bles competed in the Kewanee Music
Contest on March l, winning li first e
place titles. These people were then t TN
eligible to enter the State Contest on
April flth, The ensembles played for sf, 0
many ot the local civic organizations. 1 -3 ""-p-----i- y
i in , -.r--- -wi I
ln May the annual Baud Concert was 4 1-4---..s..-ti
held featuring the concert band playing , A , A
the Symphony Number Four in F Q si? 1: 5 7' J Q "
. , , - --.........,,., , 5 , W?
Minor. lhe band played tor the gradu- f 'H . P 3 ,.,3t- .,, 43'
t C , X
ation on June 2. . ' '
Slgffzfzizzg mmrfly in lbeir sleek X A l
wzffm' at all llae football gamer 1 ,t + Y :
were tlwir J't'cZf'J' majoreller and gif X 3
drum major. Row I: Karen ty 0 ,, A
Eflrllemwz, Myrna Canfield, ra D, -x V KM
Row 2.' Sue Hizeff, Bob Can- . ' " . ,Q ,
rzizzglmnz, llama Kean. . V ,K J W , I, U I
Thi: year'J hand ofrerx ufere, Row I: farhie Row, Jergeant, Buzz lVilhinJon, fergeant, Don Adarnf, lieutenant, Rohert
Cattoir, Miha Shea, lieutenant, Sire Haeff, Dorothy Hotnan, head llhrarian, Ron' 2: llnarren La1i'reni'e, forporal, lady
Sthadt, lihrarian, Ijlizaheth Sitnpton, lihrarian, fanire Shilef, fanet VanOz'er,rehelde, corporal, Daniel Tivoreh, .rer,geant, Pat
Molnar, librarian. Nadine Snyder. corporal, fudity Miller, corporal, Wilma Myerf, lihrarian, Phillip Grant, corporal,
lfirrt plan' ii'inncr.f in the Diftriet
Munir Context are .rhown ahoue,
There were fire en,re1nhle,r and one
,rolo from the ahore group plafing
prft in the State Mum' Conteft. All
otherf 7'L't'L'lI'L'Ll a .revond place
rating. Ron' 1.' Virginia !lll'kJ'0lI, Pat
Adaznf, lilizaheth Sinzpyon, Karyn
Pozrell, fudy Shadt, Wilma Myerf.
Roo' 2: Trudy Vinef, Dorothy Ho-
fnan, Pat Molnar, judy Knark, Su-
zanne llaefy, Nadine Snyder, farkie
Ron, judy Ijrifhfon. Row 3: Buzz
lVilhen.ron, Rohert Cattior, fini
Morgan, fini Stoneking, Warren
Laiwrazire, and Mike Shea.
Praftieing hard throughout the year, the memhery
of the cadet hand work toward their audition in
Jpring. Variouy pieref of hand mum' are ivorhed
out and prartifed until they meet the hand mem-
hers audition and if they are rhoyen, they herorne
memherr of the fonfert hand,
Memhery of the fadet hand were the follow-
ing. Row 1.' Patriria Moore, Eileen Thomaf,
Almeta Dolan, Deanna Leivix. Sandra Grijith,
Colleen Covert, Ilene Caffidy. Ron' 2: jerry O'-
Bleneff, Gary Bell, ferry Chapman, Dale Arni-
Jtrong, fan Baltzell, Larry Batten, Elaine Ely.
Row 3: Martin Svhoellerniann. Danny Hiner.
Gary Stonehing, Mary Rogerf, Carol Scott.
t Y X -
, , 'U
' S X vs- av
Mrs. Jessie Frederick
Karen Suss Joanne Versypt Mary Lakadat
Judy Rose Lois Beaudoin Lana Berghult
4:-, t Bonnie Wilkens
V' ' V
Helping Mrr. Frederirh thi: year with the Frerhman
Declamation team were Judy Rafe, Loir McCreight,
and Adele Sahle, Their pufilr for the year were
Roremary Hyde, Barhara Cu ley, Dianne Erhelman.
There were approximately 45 participants in declama-
tion this year. The Hrst team was composed of the top
twelve speakers, and the remaining upper classmen
made up the second team. Entries in the district con-
test were Adele Sable, serious reading, Margaret Free-
bern, comedy reading, Lois McCreight, oratorical
declamationg Lana Berghult, poetry reading, Lois Beu-
doin, original orationg Bonnie Wilkens, after dinner
speaking and original monologue. Winners of the dis-
trict contest were Adele, Margaret, and Bonnie. Dec-
lamation's aim is to further develop an appreciation of
good literature and to develop a skilled delivery of
various serious and comedy selections that audiences
Thir year'r Second Declamation team conrirted of Row 1
Dorothy Harmon, Alire Learenhy, Martha Smith, Lunda
Benran, Patricia Townrend. Row 2: Mary Verrypt, Suran
Kelley, Maureen Kelly, Stormy Goher, Kathy Timmerman
Tlaii yemlr Delmfe Iefzm um mmpored
of f7'L',fl7lI1L'7I and mpbwzzorer and they
,rlwufd be tY2I1g7'u'fll!z1fL'd for fhe file
.fbfllffllg flrey gaze al the di.ilriL'f .fpeefly
rwztefl, illevifzerit Il'c'7'b'.' Knfbleezz Hill,
Ktzrwz Gfeb, Fred lNl0l'ffJll,. Wfarren
Copeland. Their ijzowar' if Mr, Ewbank,
The group of U.T.H.S, students, often
seen in Mr. Ewbanlis classroom after
school, is the debating team. The hrst aftirmative speaker receives
the chanceto tell the judge all about his case in the hrst speech.
But the first negative speaker hnds fault with the affirmative case
or presents a better case. The second affirmative and negative
speaker mention more good points about their case and the faults
of their opponents' case. In the rebuttal, both sides get the chance
to really tell everyone what is wrong with the other ease.
Roberltz Lang, Sherrie Wilfozz, and Mfr,
Fern Mflxlzb liilezz rrilinzlly at Louise
Mi'C1'ei1ry duliz'er'.r her "exte111p" Jpeeffa
in f7!'L'f7rH'x1ff0ll for the diftrifl Jpeerb
mnretf held at U.T.H.S. flair year.
All eyes' rim! efzrir are all Lair Mf-
Creigbf fir ,rbe j1rell1i1re.r In gize ber
orulibiz before im izffeiitire izmli-
emie. Smiiilizigs Ilvrafby Iilfzriimiz,
fmmrie Veiirjjil, Clmrlef Robermfi,
Bfn'lmriz Cireb, Mfzrfbiz Smilb.
Sefzlezlx KiJI'l't2l jejferr, Keifb Smile-
fsiiig, iILzm'eei1 Kelly.
Rebeizrriiig ber fzfler dinner Jpeerb
before iz very irzierefleil liffeizer if
Bonnie Wilkeilf. Tbe liyleizer,
Tlaofe 0112 for original oralicm tlrif
year were Bonnie Wilkem, Adele
Sable, Lair Beuiloizi, L0iJ Mf-
Creigbt, foe Eiiglizml, and Pbil
Sfoiie. Loi: MrCreigbf plaued firfl
iiz diltriet and .femml in lbe re-
gional foizfeyt fpoizfored by tbe
Aiiiemvzii Legion. Loi! Beizdoin
reprefeizfed in the diflrifl for lbe
Rep1'efe11li11g U.T.H.S. 111 flu'
poetry cl11'1f1011 flair Qem' rvere
Kfzll1lee11 Tl7?I7P16P'77l1UI, L11111z
Berglvlzlf. M1117 L11k11d,1t,
Sl0I'l7lj' Gobef. Adele Sahlc.
Marg Verfgpf, D11111e Ij.vl1ul-
1111111, 111111 Dorothy H111111011,
MI INI II I new 1'
P1'f11'11!111g flw w1tl111.fi1z,r111 111111 fzefefmry
Arlen! for origiznzl 1111111ol11g11e tlzif year
1l'c'P't' Bfllllllt' lI"1lke11,r, Lf11J Be11l11l0111,
j11A1111 Smit, .md Helene R11'erJ.
Tlw I'Ult'f.'.f l1cl111111' llve mike 111 '57 mid '58 were Alive Dozwl, 171111113
'l'1'.1fb, K1f1111'y Rf1l1i11m11. Cvzlffllc' Bl1111l2e, Bnzz W7llklIIJ'0lI, D011 A1l11111.r,
IDU!! j11110u'Jk1, 111111 A16'lI'lII Higfzigbl.
.1 N., ,
'f1.f5l'j'j" ,As : I
"ll"lJf1l'.r lbe Verdici, Dorfor.9" an nuxlolzf
Atlole Soble .1.i'lw Bob Ctiie in tl ,fcwzv from
The 1'il.l'l for "Dork Vic-
tory" golbvr' logefber' for
tba fi11.1l ilroiir r'obei1r'.ml.
Seulwl: jim Grzger, Dr.
PrlI',lY1II.4',' 101111116 V erirypl,
Connie Eiz'i11g.' Adele Sa-
ble, fmlilb Tmbw'm',' Loii
Bmmloiu, Alrlwz Blzlllltd'
Bonnie ll"ilkof1.i', Min
ll"air1iw'igbI,' Cbfzrlci' Rob-
L'P',l'0l1, fbe mon. Smlzdiizgx
Margriret lirceburll, Min
l6.'I1Ily,' ferry Lrn1m.s'lc1',
Mifbrzelq Rom' Holley, Lei-
lie Clark: 'lim Aflizmr. Bill
Ewing: Bob Cafe, Dr.
Sleelef and Karrol fejerf,
jofje, lbe maid.
Three plays were presented this ye.1r: "Around the
World in Eighty Days" in the fall and "Dark Victory"
and "Gentlemen Prefer Blondes" in the spring. A scene
from "Dark Victorym was presented as the Thespian con-
test play at the district contest.
"l'll be buck lizlef' lo hem' bfi fm1'yev'.f," Bonnie llvilkwzr falls
jim Allrzlnf, 1114111718 Vd'VJ'j'f7l, riml Lois' Bmlnlolzl before Jbe
leozei' lo play femzif.
Borrowing ideas from old Skyline! keep the
editorf joAnn Gomez and Leona Roni hwy
for the moment.
The hwy editor: of the Skyline ftaf
get together over Jome diffiffzlt lay-
outr. They are Mary Alyre Adamf,
Jenior editor, Ron Hailey, Jportf
editor, jarleie Rory, clan editor,
Don Adanu, pirture editor, Louiye
MrCreary, faeulty editor, Helene
Riiferf, artizfitief editor, Fern Kin-
raid, rluh editor, Maureen Kelly,
ropy editor, and Emma Valdef, art
editor. Not Jhown it Larry Mead-
owx, ,rportr editor.
"Neither ruined negatives, lost copy, nor
incomplete layouts will keep the Skyline
from going to press." This is the motto
of the hard-working Skyline staff as they
work to meet deadlines. Under the direc-
tion of co-editors, JoAnn Gomez, and
Leona Rossi, senior pictures and class pic-
tures are taken in the fall. After much
brain-racking, unusual action shots are
thought up and taken, and eye catching
copy is written to go with the action shots.
By working late at night all the pictures
are cropped and the layouts are finished.
Then, when the deadlines have been met,
the Skyline staff can relax and take sub-
Keefviug flu' Sf'j'ffIIc",Y fzrwif in order are fire
funny llfl.l'fIlL'.Y.I' 111.1f1.1ger. S17LH'UII Ilvzmfley. and
!I.lfI'0II'J' 111.u1.zgef', llwfzde ll"f1m1',
O11 fheir zmy I0 lake .lL'I'L'fnl! 414412011 .rbfiff
afler emerging from live t!LlI',eI'fH!lll me flue
Skyline pl90Iogz'f1If2l1e11f, Req Clzfjyz, lirwff
Hfzmmz, and Eddie Pezmz.
I Iulpjug llueir ediforir ifeefzr flvefe 11.f.vi.rfm1lf bury ll7l'0IlgfJ0lII fhe year. They are Emu Sable, Ind 1'
llfwfw, j0Am1e If'er'xylf1l. Rnlh Hifirf. Alire Finfey, Margot Mao.:-e. Kfzfbleefz Tmfmerfmzn, Bmbfzm
Arlzwm, Dirk Sjmzzgfer, and faflmz Cr1IIfll'.I'L'j'.
e ' N
!l'fQ Q E
f i' 3 H
Edifmir rim! r1.l'.lfJ'fiU1f.f gel
togellaev' for if look-,ree fzl
fheir' Key. Se.itezf.' Virhzaz
claieff Bobbi L11eJw'i'.
.rporly edilnrg Carole
llvhife, ezfilrzririf etfiffug'
The hard working Key staff have is-
sued many editions of the school news-
paper. This group of students spends
much time covering the school sports
events, assemblies, plays, concerts, and
other important events. Feature arti-
cles have included write-ups of club
activities, personalities in the senior
and llltlj Hnelw. ro.
Diane llNrIfc'l'l1liIl1, fL'ilflH'L'
edilurf Rrzirwziz Btuftmzfl.
a.r,ij.rmz1l fetzfnw edilnry
Sbrzrnzz illrillilfim. im'i.i'l.n1f
.flf70l'f,f edzlmy' fmre l3.1lv,i',
co-edilmiiif edifor, ,zmf
Rafi' Hizifey, mflrzllfljrf of
"Krazy fr1rlf,i'0f1'i' Km'f1er,"
class, and interesting data on public
opinion such as "XX'hat do you think
of the sack dress?" and other similar
Students and faculty read every item
with interest. The balance of news and
features from chiding editorials, fore-
cast of events, reporting of events past,
and humor has made the 1957-SS Key
a paper for the school to be proud of.
Mrs. Schwartz is the Key sponsor.
4 M t 10X
Key reporlery lhif year were, Row 1: Sharon Lydon, Dixie Reddirk, Darla Reddirk, Pam O'Clorh, and Donna Knighr. Row
2: Barbara Arliean, Paula Koehler, 'Indy Riley, Vifhi Taylor, janet Wife, and joy Balef. Row 3: Indy Sommerf, Iuily
Se1'ern.r, Nanry Wilfon, Indy Cutler, Bonnie Wilkeizx, and Carole Blunke.
'ey fnanagerf difmff their favorite Jerlionf of the paper. Dorif Ann Taneh, bufineff man-
ger: fmlith Miller, virfizlafion and exchange nianagerq janet VanHulle, affiflani hininefy
'anagerg Carol Anderf, ro-adrerfifing nzanagerg Carolyn VanVooren, affiftanl rireulalion
nl exrhizizge nlanagerg and Terry Allen, fo-adrertixing manager,
Rtunfirlg and wrriflg flu' bw! in lf7l'f1.l'c'
wil Ilwclry ff flu, fill? nf lfu' P.ll1llJc'?'
illlltlt' crlzlfumf milf. 'lfwy rm' jvflmz
Muff, Diizue ll".1lw'w,1r1, Grail! Luv,
mum' ll"lli'L'Il.I, mmf Ram lltzfluj.
Srtiulq lo if flu! iz!! jfllljlitflf fICl'f.1fllfIl1Q
In l'.1nther lJ.lf.lklL'S for iffzfflllfvftuz' ilfc'
liftlu .S'.1f1fi', ufzffnfjjflirffl Nlillli1tQt'V.' Buff
f-I.l4'. lvyjvjlff fmiuf l5ri.fw1.111, lvgfzjslf
filfllfg' lgfllfllf. lffllflilffffff 11l.111,1lqw','
ll.1r1q.1r'tf I7r'ttf1w'11. !lIl,lfl11'lQl l1l.I1!illg'1'l','
111.1 lltrlrvi Rinikqvf. ,ffl cifjfnr.
R!.'ljL'Il'f21kQ flu' zznri of
pint Prwlfwr l'.n'.uft' ww-
lfifzfmfrir .irc flfii 1v.n",i vill-
fam-D1-rfvitff Lola Bcklllnfflffl
nm! LOU ,lltlfnlglvf 111112
illr, Slelulv, vf1f1fli'r1l'.
The schools literary magazine, the Pu'11fZ7t'I'
Pfznzffe. contains the best of prose and verse
written by the stuclents of li.T.H.S, lfclitors
of Ptmflvez' Pumrft select the hest stutlent writ-
ing from that clone by the college preparatory
classes and from that suhmittecl hy others
through their linglish classes. Higliflighting
the stories and verses are various drawings hy
the better U.T.H.S. artists.
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555. - h Q
New and unusual ideas were used for the assemblies
this year: the academy award presentation, a play using
various talent in the junior class, a slumber party, a
grandfather telling his grandchildren a bedtime story,
and a lady impersonating a grandmother in Florida.
Some of the best liked assemblies this year were the
pep assemblies before the games. Under the lively
direction of Mr, Pierson, the school song was sung
with unparalleled vigor. Sports assemblies and the
special assemblies featuring professional performers
and assemblies presented by students from near-by
schools were all interesting.
A rousing campaign assembly for Student Council
officers was held in the spring. The honor society in-
stallation assembly emphasized the dignified and schol-
arly aspect of school. The senior assembly at the end
of the year included their "last will and testament,"
their prophecy, and our last glimpse of the talented
members of the class performing as students at
Marilyn? No, if'J
Nolfz U1ll0lI7'08H A11-
dermzz 11715 laer 2111-
perralmliofz of iz fa-
molzr nmzfze ffm' on
llae J'0f1l70ll10I'6 .rf-
rrwnbly. 5 '
"Everybody, brush your teeth
ufifh rim, rigor, and 1fimliry."
117190 floefzfl rewenlber flair
lady 071 one of llve eulertaining
Fefchifzg in their ffzrhiomzble frillf, Mr.
Full e and Mr. Collins nm! Mr. Szllltllljffi'
help Paw O'Kl0ck lean' rlyewzr zvlvjle Mr.
McCoy, ,l'0Nl8Il'lJIIl 01'w'dreJfed for fbe muz-
Jiofz, waitf lair mm.
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Special abilities and interests of students are channeled into worthwhile activities
in club meetings. Clubs provide a chance for students to meet and work with
others of similar interests.
Ron- 1: Donald Fisher, Ed Goethals, Gene Ditch, Joe M. Rangel. Row 2: Cherokee French, Henry
Rangel. Dave Kastner, joe Rangel. Rau' 3x Emma Valdes, Ruthie Hirst, Karin Kelley, Karen La-
Fountain, Diane Waterman, Estelle Davidson, Pam Nelson, Karen Duff, Rowena Bedeian.
The Better Brush Bunch, and Beginners Club, better known as the 4-B's, got off to a
good start this year. Heading the list of activities was a picnic at Lake Story. Then came the
New Year's dance entitled "juvenile jump," at which numerous hats, horns, shakers, and
noise makers were given to all. The 4-B's earned their money by charging for art work such
as posters and decorations that they did for other clubs. The general purpose of this group
was to promote interest and active participation in art work. The club experimented with new
things this year such as the lithergie medium and caseins, which is a type of water color. They
learned to prepare canvass for painting, and during one week in May, club members put on a
showing of their own work.
The Art Club completed its fri! year under
the leaderrbip of Henry Rangel, preridenlg
Karen LaF0nnlain, zfice-prefidenff Diane
Waterman, secretary, and foe M. Rangel,
Rau' 1: Yvonne Ross, Arlene Har-
ris, Virginia jackson, Ruth Hirst.
Sandra Kallman, Katherine Ely, Pat
Adams, Joyce Collins, j. P. Hull.
Rau' 2: Judie Adams, Dorothy Har-
mon. Linda Laird, Roberta Lang,
Anne Park, jean Lee Lundahl,
Gladys Willy, Elaine Ely, Patricia
Moore. Rau' 3: Rosemary Borrell,
Phillip Grant, Buzz Wilkinsiwn, Leo
J. Combes, jim Morgan, Donald
Lee Adams, john R. Miller, Susan
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K x XX x
FHFII F l"Il llFl
The Bible Club, whose main purpose is to promote fellowship among Christians and also
to increase their knowledge of the Bible, is part of a Quad-city organization. During the year
they held several quiz programs with other schools in the organization on various chapters of
the Bible. The contestants were asked questions on Bible stories and the contestants who knew
the Bible best won the quiz. With the other schools they held many parties during the year.
In the fall they held a hay-rack ride, and the roller skating party during the winter was enjoyed
by all the members attending it. At their monthly meetings they discussed the Bible stories
and their background. Explaining many of the Biblical tales to the members and providing
the answers to their questions, kept Mrs. McNab, the sponsor, quite busy.
There omrerf and their
Jponror helped to make
Bible Club have a yurreyr-
ful year: Roberta Lang,
viee-preyidentg foyre Col-
Linda Laird, preridenlf
Mrr. Fern MrNab, Jpomor.
Lernlmxg flu' 111.141 ,ii'iw1fi.il,r
fmm lsjfl-f.4l7Ll1lft,l' for '57
and '58 iww Rfffzerl Cin'
mir. .ivi'i'cf.1r'1,' jim C,',1qw'.
z'ii'cfj1rei1tftNilf jizrlit' Ron.
j1v'c,i'iffe11l.' 'l'r'11t!w1 l'i1Jer,
l7f.l'fU?'l.!1l.' SIIZJIHIL' llizufi.
Kell Hnf.rlclIw', l1't'.1uln't'r,
if not ,ilwu 11.
Making a rubbery material out of hot sulfur, growing crystals, or trying to mix two cheini-
cals that are combustible may seem an odd way to spend an afternoon, but the members of
Bio-Chemics enjoy these meetings. Bio-Chemics club uses the laboratory in the science de-
partment for endless experiments in various fields of science. At one meeting they might try
to determine a loss in weight of a compound after a chemical reaction or they may try to
and valuable scientific facts. They learn the correct laboratory procedure to use during ex-
periments and prevent accidents by using their safety measures, The members of l5io-CQhem-
ics may spend their free periods growing crystals, making new compounds, or learning more
Wfhere did that salt
disappear to? Franz
fi1vi'q114',r fnnlar tl fillfe
fufzzlvd ll'l7t'Il H211-
frwllcd by riff liwre
lmfflar in the ClJemi.r-
Zliflllljllg In lufighff of l'itxf0I'J'
in thu rllllllldf Offizzf-Cilief Sri-
, . . X , . . .
wire Iam' ll'lff7 lm' t'.X'l7l!7Ifl0!I of
rnrlwf.r nm! .nzfcfljlur zmx lffnyd
Sf0t'bll'L'H. rwfw ll'UI1 lvwznmfnfe
I11L'llffUI1 in flu' .fL'IIfUl' rfizrfjrlzz.
Rau' lx Linda Aldrich Frm lecques Illkle RUSS 'iuzmne I-Lic-fs Rua Mmlyn Pmner Sim MrK1y udy Knmck
Trudy Vines. Rou' 3: Franus Mohr jun Cnger Robert Cattoxr Byrl WICISS
l iklng nofer on proper clrerr
:ml neu rfyltr were lbefe Buri-
nerr Club I1l6'lIlbL"l'J'.' Sandy
Murphy anef Van Ozfer-
nbelde Donna Kfzffir. Marilyn
Bzrnetf Sbzron Allen, Karen
Agneu Lonire Shaw, and
BUSINFFEFE I'CI Ill?
Business Club was quite active this year. The members fixed up toys for the chil-
dren of tour needy families for Christmas presents. Later on in the year they had a
style show where they modeled the right and wrong clothes to wear in business. A
movie and a speaker on I.B.M. machines were the highlights of one of their winter
meetings. They elected new officers in january with much ceremony and seriousness.
Then in the spring Business Club had a potluck supper for the girls and their mothers
at Butterworth Park. To end the year they gave out awards for the best typists and
shorthand students. The main purpose of Business Club is to further interest in va-
rious fields of business.
E.x'fzn1ining fbe mnzwlr for up
C ing and rbmfbfzml are fbelezef
:retire B1r.rine.rr Club ajuera
Row I.' Min Dorofby Pokrz
jar, adzfiJ0r,' Nmzry Rowan
berger, par! .rerreh1ry.' Dorn
Tanek, par! 11'e,z.r11rer,' Sbzmn
Counter, par! rife-pre.rlcle11f
Rau' 2: Sharon illnllillirl, 1 I
- A prerizlent: Dirk Lipplegoer
prefidenlg Virginia Meyuf
trerzr1n'er,' Pain Ftzirnmn, Ilfe
preridenfy fudy Riley, .rerrelm y
my 4,24 .
' 'J b a adj ?
cf' I .. .X Q
It looki eafyl Dirk Lipfielgoef,
Vlrgizmz Aleyerir and jmly Riley
Run' I: Carol Scrgcant, Arlcne Harris, Kathy Smith, Mary jo Gramcnz, Louise Show, Yvonne Ross, Nancy Rosen-
hergcr, lfrna Sable, Shcila Wleckley, Karen Sadrlcris. Rau' J: Carol Hauman, Ruthie Kickscy, Cheryl Windcy,
janet VanOu-rslicltlc, Dorothy Harmon, Virginia Myers, joy Kickscy, Rowcna Bcrlcian, Ruth Hirst, Katherine
lily. Ruiz' 3: Karcn Agnew, Donna Katsis, Sandy Murphy, Mary Sue Stephenson, Sandy Kincaid, 'loyfe Bates,
Pam Fairman, Clatlrnc Boyle, Sharon Cowser, jcannic McDowclI. Rua' 4: Sharon Allen, Sharon MtMillin, Mari-
lyn Barnett, Carolyn VanVoorcn, Leona Brown, Barbara Mitacck, Doris Ann Tanck, Susan Kelley, Dick Lippcl-
goes, Tom Chitlos.
1l'!Ifl'!J Erma Sable H111 fz Monroe
Romry Crzlrnllzlm' in B11,nif1e.x',s'
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Row I: ,lanet XY'ise, Loretta Bauwens. Linda Aldrich, Jeanne Rosczyk, Darlene Townsend, Yvonne Pendleton. Razz' 2: Evan Yeager,
Nancy lioxstall. Sandra Schultz, jackie Ross, Velma Moose, janet Fuller, Wayne Osbavrne. Rau' 3: Donald Murphy, jim Morgan,
lfmn jactques, .ludy Knaack. Susan Kelley, Spencer Fields, jim Stoneking.
CAM ERA IIILIJ E
Dark room sessions, photo contests, camera studies all made up part of the activities of the Camera
Club members. The student telephone and address directory is issued by the club. To further interest
the students in photography work and to gain knowledge about various types of cameras is the goal of
The lvmd ,fl1f1lle1'-bzzgf of the Cam-
em Club Iliff year were frlikfe ROJJ,
ju'e,fidef1f,' Franz faerqlzer, z'ire-pre'Ji-
denf: 5111.111 Kelfeuy, fretzf1n'er,' Mary J
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Brent Hamer: won pn! plfzfe in the lfztzdfmpe
dizfiiiau with bi! pirture entitled, "Man O11 The
Firft plate in the afzimal dizfixiorz went to foe Van
Qztathem for laif pivutre, "S11ppertime,"
WINNILRS LII- I-'I-lL.ITl.I LILINTEST
"Ff1Jvitmtiot1" won Ilfqtzg,
Kemz the pmt prize 111 the
1211711011 for people.
The e.x'eruliz'e committee of F.D.A, if compared of prft and .feeond Jemeiter 056971 of
hath rluhi at f0ll0ll'J'.' Paula MrLean, reporter 1, Jecretary 2,' Loif Rainey, reporter 2,'
oAnne Truth, reporter I: Linda McKee, historian I and 2,' Bonnie Little, treezmrer I and
2 Iern Kinmid, rife-prefident 2. Second row: Ron Wheyaert, preiident 2,' Gary Steiner,
ine pre.rident 1 and 2,' Dewey Kerr, preiident Ig Bill Little, hixtorian 2,' foyce Heffel, .fer-
rerny I and 2, and Mr. Morgan, fpomor.
This year for the first time, the Future Distributors of America was divided into two divisions
because of the large enrollment. To match the large membership they had a long list of activities.
Among these were the fall picnic at Blackhawk Park, the field trips to various businesses such as the
Coca-Cola plant, The Old Mill, the Moline Airport, the Eagle Warehouse, and the Davenport Village
Shopping Center. They attended the Area Five banquet in Kewanee, sent nine representatives to the
State Convention for Leadership in Sprinfield, held the Employer-Employee banquet in April, and
sponsored the joker's jubilee dance after the Moline game. They were also honored when Bill Hoclcer
was elected president of Area Five.
The main purposes of the club are to provide educational experience in the classroom and in the
retailing business as well as on the job and to open the field of opportunity for success in retailing.
Fern Kinraidg .refond row,
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There were happy timer ahead
for there people when they
were rhoien to reprefent
U.T.H,S. at Springpeld in Feb
ruary. They attended the State
Leadership Training Con er
ence for FDA. Thofe choren
were firit row, Bonnie Little
Betty Ponce, foanne Tank
Foiler, Bill Little, Gary Steiner
Bill Little. joyce Heuell also
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Selling ndverrirenlenlr for fz blolter 11115 one of
lhe projeclr nrzdermken flair year. Here Bob
Slirmll ,rhozzhr fhe llzrogrerr of the bloller Io bif
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Ron Waeyaerf and Jim Boggr are putting final
iourber on lbeir dirplay which war one of the better
dirplayr of lbe year.
Fl ITI IRI- DI!-STRIHI ITVIRFE I'lF AMERICA
Row 1: Joyce Hessell, Fern Kincaid, Bill Hocker, Gary Stiener, Bob Stirratt, Dave Fawks, Jim Foiles, Joanne Tank, Bonnie Little.
Rauf 2x Lois Ramey, Judy Ammerman, Sharon Willialiis, Barbara Nelsen, Paula McLean, Sandra. Moeller, Virginia Sutton, Lucille
Allison, Linda McKee. Row 3: Mike Engholm, Tom Bowman, Charles Rusk, Jim Boggs, Ron Waeyaert, Leonard Suhr, Mike
Berthoud, Bill Little, Duard Kerr, Ron Clevenger, Ed Rogers.
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Providing the Jlzperzfiflon for the
F.H.A. flair year were Dorothy Caftior,
prefident, Surarz Sleplaerzr, :fire-prefident,
Melinda Allen, rerretary, jazzire Dander,
treafurer, and Ruby Reyna, reporter in
the freflmzarz divirion.
In the upperelafr diuirion offirerr
were Sandra Cldlllv, hiftoriafz, Min
Reirzlaoltz, J'P071.f07',' Pat Clazzzu, prefi-
denly Mary jo Van Herke, trea.r1zrer,'
Deloref Kafmer, rerrealiozzg Mary Ver-
sypt, vice-prefiderztg Sandy Kallman,
rerrelaryg and Linda Ragan, public re-
latiorzf and reporter.
FUTURE HUMEMAKER5 CIF' AMERICA
A new feature of the F.H.A. club this year was the division of the club into two
groups, the upper class group Qsophomores, juniors, and seniorsj and the freshman
group so that the regular meeting night, second Monday of the month, would not
interfere with other freshman activities.
The award of the most beautiful float in the Homecoming Parade was awarded to
the F.H.A. entry, "Starway to Victory." This award helped to make a success of the
Homecoming Dance which F.H.A, co-sponsored with TRI-MIC. The two clubs also
co-sponsored the Valentine Dance.
Any girl having had one semester of home economics is eligible to join F.I-I.A.
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Row 1: Judy Schadt, Roberta Mulligan, Linda Aldrich, JoAnne Leland. Row
2: Diane XVaterman, Nola Anderson, Jeanne Rosczyk, Virginia Jackson
Sylvia Stockwell, Betty McLaughlin, Rau' 3: Lois McCreight, Lois Beau-
doin, Elizabeth Simpson, W'ilma Myers, Sherrie W'ilson, Sandra Rohren
Rau' -if Janice Rynard, Carole Blunke. Rosemary Morrison. Barbara Greb
Janet Rhodes, Pat Molnar, Sandra Schultz, Janet Fuller. Sharon XY'illiams
Carol Xvilson, Karen Suss, Marie Mitton, Dorothy Homan, Sharon Brock-
rogge, VC'ade Allan W'ood, Tom Guild.
F.T.A., the Future Teachers of America club, is one of the leading organizations at
U.T.H.S. Its purpose is to prepare students for the teaching profession. This year there was
a day set aside in which the members of F.T.A. visited the grade schools to observe teach-
ing methods. Privileged members were chosen as representatives to the State convention on
March 11 and 12. At Christmas time the club fixed a basket for the needy of the community.
The cIub's income came from renting coat racks and coat checks to organizations using them
for the dances. Sponsor for the club was Miss Bernice Howard.
S0 tbaff bow il'J done! Wfade
Jeemf to be studying fearlaiug
lerlmiquef wed by Mr. Zim-
merman af he filr in an one of
lbe Social Problemr fluff. Ar
a future leather Wfade will
have Io know there techniques.
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Senior l114,'U1bc'l',f are Jhozwz here
fL'1lI'fIIg for II day 111 Afz1I'y'L'l'E,ff Col-
lefe to ohferzfe If7l'0t'9IflH'c'j' there.
They are Marie Miflon, Diane U74-
fwvmzzz, Roremfzry Aiorrimu, ffmire
Rymzrd, mm' Carole Blwzke.
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The F.T.A. ojfcerx were very
hwy thiy year with the oariouf
club artivitief, They were Loix
McCreight, prexidentg Carole
Blwzke, 11iee-prefiderztg Sandra
Rohrerz, Jerretaryy Dorothy
Homarz, treafurerg Marie Mil-
ton, hiftorianf Lana Berghult,
arliamerztarianp fanice Rynard,
ibrariang jeanne Roffzyk, Jong-
L. 'Kofi faq? A A. R WT' .
Surrerrfully weathering thir G.A.A. initiation, there girl: were awarded their pinr in roleinn ritual.
Once again the members of G.A.A. can look back on an exciting and colorful year.
The main activities included basketball, volleyball, and bowling. The girls also played
deck tennis, had tumbling and used the trampoline. Several G.A.A. members partici-
pated in the annual play days held at Davenport, Alwood, and Geneseo. With the
coming of spring, all members looked forward to the crowning of the king and queen
of sports, followed by the G.A.A. dance which rounded out another eventful year for
the Girl's Athletic Association. At the end of the year letters in G.A.A. were awarded
to the girls having the most points,
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The menzherf of the G.A.A. hoard
had a rery attire year. Rau' If Kaye
X . Sterenfon, Linda Lange, janet Van-
Overrhelde, Nanry Hall, Carole
Steinenron, Carol Goorh. Rau' 2:
fanet Loding, Carol Hall, Ieanne
Warren, Kathy Smith, Sandi Heg-
wood, Kay Bottorjf, Danna Knight.
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Tlmfe gir'lJ baring lhe mor! pointy in
G.A.A, flair year were Linda Lrlllgd, Sm'
Sf!,'I'E'I1JOIl, Sandy Murphy, Carole Bfllflkf.
Rau' 2: Neff: Audermfz, 164117719 Vml Vfiefe,
Lofzife Shim, and Carol Gnarls.
Selling P7'0gVrIlII,f al Ike football
gdlllcii 11111 fzzmllm' of live G'.A.A.
girfff f1vfi1'ilie.r. Slmzwz here are
Mm'gm'e! Freeberll. ROIIIKUIH' Golfer,
Denim R11dfzkf11'irb, Cum! ll"if.fnn,
and Sfzffy Buff.
Captaim of the G.A.A. ChriJfzmz,r uzrd team!
thii year were Pam Neffezz. Domm Knight,
fafkie frmer, Mfzrilyz Roof, Cam! Gmavb,
Diane Lznzdeezz, Mary fo Van Hevke, Marlin:
Smiflf, and Sharon ll"il!hm1,1.
funiorf reigned ay cbampy over the foplaomoref in the G.A.A. bafkelball tournament. Menzberf
of the junior team were Donna Srlanelzler and fean Warren difplaying ilae Jrlaednle elaart, and
Doloref Kafiner, Elaine Perkinf, Berniee Caffidy, Nanry Hall, Stormy Gober, Lana Bergbnlf,
Sally .BoJt, Carol Goofla. Mernberf of the Jopbonzore learn were Nola Andemron, fndy Shr1lI1t1Jk0,
Nanry Staiatkiewiez, feanne Van Vliefe, Sharon uyllllfllllf, Sandy Roafla, Karen Neuenlaam,
Carole Talak, feanne Rofrzyk.
Virtorf and runner!-up of the annual G.A,A. volleyball tournament pore after the final game.
Row 1: Gwen Lee, Sandi Hegwood, Peggy Goofla, Rofefnary Morrifon, janet Briuman, Loi!
Beudoin, Barb Laxek, janet Loding. Row 2: jeanne Roxezyk, judy Hitei, Sandra Liedtke, Mary
Etta Longnerker, feanne Van Vliete, Doralee Oakrnan, Karen Newenlaanz, fudy Shanzafko, Carole
Talak, N ola Anderson.
Addmg lazgb lzgbff of humor to tbe G A A dame 16 ere lbe rormgef zz mn by tbe boyr. Fin!
nzze nz bzmzm uezzl 10 Rnvzomz Gabe: and Bob Sullzzfzzz, nfl rzze 171 benufj mu zvmz by
Lana Bergblzll and Defmzf Sabr, and mzet Lodzng and Gary Mueller 14071 :Ut prize for lbe
Tbere'J more bonfire
10 lbe bzuzre on 11
Irampoline, af Sue
Tifdale found out
ufbezz Jbe med if for
lbe fr!! lime,
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Rim' I: Marilyn Geer, Kathy Smith, Pat Akers, Joyce McDanel, ,lanice Skiles, Sharon Groy. Rau' 2: Carol Hauman, Lajune
johnson, Lucille lfostrom. Kathleen Hill, Velma Moose, Frankie Kannenberg, Deanne Glaudel. Rim' 3: Mary Alyce Adams,
Ramona Gober, Sandra Roach, Maureen Kelly, Karen Conover, Carole XX'hite, Nancy Boxstall.
The Future Nurses of America had a busy schedule this year. Starting out
in September, they had a meeting to plan the year's activities. They had a
speaker from St. Luke's Presbyterian Hospital in Chicago, saw a movie on
nurses' training, toured the Lutheran Hospital, held their annual Christmas
party at the home of Mrs. Mencarow, spent their Saturdays amusing patients
of the Crippled Childrens' Clinic, featured a speaker from the Moline Public
Hospital at their january meeting, sponsored "The Mid-Xlifinter Fling" after
the Alleman game, toured the tuberculosis sanitarium, saw a movie on public
health nursing, held the F.N.A. convention in May, and sold pop at their
carnival booth. They closed the year's activities by installing next years ofhcers.
Shnzwz with their .rprmror Mfr.
Iirelr are flue leaders of lhif
ymrfr I7.N.A. f1rti1'itje.f.' Ra-
moutz G'0!aw', pr'e.fider1t,' Laffme
!0l7I1.l'0l1, 1'ice-pi'e,ride11I,' Carole
ll"l1jfu, fm're.rpm1dif1g Jerrelafy,
and illarilyzz Geer, fecrelary- .,-,
foe Ezzgfafiu' nfreir'e.r llw Srlmlrir
Alblefe lropluj, om' of flu' higlieil
rlll'f1l'tI,f ffm! dfl rzflifefe ran win,
from illr, Kilfiim,
The Lettermen's club had a busy year selling Panther pins during the football and basketball sea-
sons, the programs at the basketball games, sponsoring two dances, and holding a banquet for members
and their fathers at the end of the football season. They received more new members into the club.
To be eligible, the new members had to win one major letter or two minor letters in sports. Mr.
Kivisto sponsors the Lettermen's club whose main purposes are to promote better understanding be-
tween the athletes, the school, and the public, to encourage the students to participate in athleticsg
and to promote school spirit.
Run' If Felix Picon, Rueben AuKee, jerome Cacari, Vince lNIonahan, Larry Meyer, Val Bravo, joe lingland, liob
Kennedy. Gary Mellinger, Kenny Freeman, Angie Vallejo, Gary Steiner. Rfm' 3: Gary Anderson, Ronald Hart,
Charles Caldwell, Ralph Sanders, Sinclair Patterson, Larry Nalirgang, Chris Dennis, Don janowski, jimmy Reed
XY'.1kt-field, Don Fisher, Ken Beverlin, Orberie Giles. Ron' 3: jim Oltman, jerry Del-'orter, Larry lNIeadows, jim
Soucinek, Gary Mueller, Ralph Goar, Clit? Arbogast, jim johnson, Gary XX'iIliams, liill Porter. Run' -41 Keith
Robinson, Don Guldenpfenning, jim McMillin, Levy Austin, Dick Lange. Richard Harrington, Henry Rangel, Bob
Case, jim Gager, jerry Arbogast, Ray Leader. Rau' 5: Ron Peacock, jerry Lancaster. jim Adams, Harold Paulsen,
jack Hartwell, Gary Hobbs, Bob Pyevich, Cherokee French, Art Peterson, Ken Hofstetter, Dennis Sahr.
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Thefe lettermen helped 11'ifh the hay!
P.E. rlnffex. Rau' I: Ralph Goar, Gary
Mueller, Harold Piziilfen, jim Mi'Millin,
D011 Gzzlilenpfemzizzg. Rau' 2: Bob Ken-
nedy, Keith Rohimwz, Frank Dmzhar,
Ken Bezferlizz, Chrif Demzif, Ralph San-
derf, jim johnfozz, Gary Anderson.
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ned y, lreamrer,
Buy a ticket to the lettermerfs dance?
Bob Crue Jweepf Riofemary Morrimn
and Larry Nahrgang aj lheir feel with
hi! Juper falef Jpeech.
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'Ulu prexiderztg Ken Beuerlin
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Finding books, magazines, and information on various subjects are some of the different
jobs the Library Club members do. This year after the Iowa City game they sponsored the
dance "Rockin' to the Moonfl At this dance something new was tried - playing cards, which
was enjoyed by many people at the dance. Several delegates attended the D.R.Y. Student
Librarian Meeting at the Geneseo junior High School. Two of the delegates Dorothy Ho-
man and Kenneth Laud were sent to the Illinois State Student Librarian Meeting held on the
campus of Illinois State University, May 17. janet Loding, being secretary of the Illinois
Student Library Association, attended the Decator convention on Oct. 19. The general pur-
pose of Library Club is to further the interest of students in Library work.
R it I Stuen Hofstetter, Lana Berghult, Dorothy I-Ionian, Sandra Gary Millen, Gary Maxwell, Sandi I-Iegwood, Rochelle Achilles,
Rohrcn Nuy jo VanHetke, janet Rhodes. Mike Knight, David janet Loding, Barbara Van Quathem, jacqueline jones, Marsha
oucll LIIYID Marsh. Rau' J: Kenneth Laud, George Munger, Smith, Kay Iierrier, Larry Meadows, Charles Roberson.
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Topping the Libmry Club flair year
are Ike offirerr. They are Dave
fen'e1fzry,' and janet Lodirzg, Ireay-
Rau' I: Gerald Goodwin, Debbie Anderson, Susan Kelley, Karen Newenham, Mya Guldenpfennig, Fran jaec-
ques, Eugene Mohr. Rau' 2: Dennis Anderson, Michael Kirkpatrick, Dave Griffith, Francis Hohr, Ellis Luster,
jim Plavak, Donald Stotts, XX'illian1 Halse. Rau' 3: Chris Dennis, Earl Schwenneker, Harold Van Vooren, Don
Bratton, Donald Nelsen, Brent Hanson, Charles Caldwell, Tom Robyt, Ferrel Anderson.
Although many people use rifles for hunting, a great majority of the people in the United
States are unfamiliar with the rifle and its functions. The Hilltoppers Junior Rifle Club, an
affiliate of the National Rifle Association, teaches both the boys and girls at U.T.H.S. the cor-
rect usage of rifles and helps many of them to become excellent marksman. They practice on a
special shooting range and use live ammunition supplied by the local Civil Defense unit.
Through rifle matches between the members, teams are chosen at the beginning of the year.
This year the first team, composed of Ellis Lester, Ferrel Anderson, Dennis Anderson, Myra
Guldenpfenning, and Fran jacques, had matches with Moline and Davenport. The first team
entered the sectional match of the National Rifle Association held in Aurora as a team and
also shooting as individuals.
Offers of the Rife Club
lbif year were Ellif Lufler,
president, Ferrel Ander-
Jorz, 1fice'preyi:lerz1,' Myra
jim Plazfalz, rerrelaryg and
Donald Nelfen, executive
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The hwy ojirerr of
the Sparzifh Club were
Lani: Sierra, rife-prer
idenlx foe C. Rangel, "' gif 1
preridentg Min Tlooe-
ming, Jpoumrj julir
Felix Ramirez, ferre-
mrj, um abrent.
Anyone who is, has taken, or is able to speak Spanish is eligible to join the
ever growing Spanish Club. One of the activities in which various members
of the club participated in was the program of native dances presented before
the local Women's Club. The primary objects of the club are to promote an
interest in Spanish cultures and to learn about their various customs.
Rau' 1.' Adela Hernandez, Mary Segura, Manuela Hirst, Virginia Chavez, Pat VanKlaveren, Doralee
Nache, Ernestine Ortiz, Ruby Reyna, Irene Garcia, Oakman, Kay Ferrier, Ilana Kean, Virginia Gomez,
Emma Valdes. Row 2: Judy Stockwell, Linda Her- Amanda Gomez, Rau' 4: Hank Sandoval, Sam San-
rera, Virginia Rasso, Margaret Hokinson, Sue Davis, doval, Danny Hernande, Louie Sierra, Gary Miller,
Rosemary Rasso, Francie Ramirez. Row 3: Ruth Joe Rangel, jules Terronez.
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O4Ult'6'!'.l' of Tbeipiam llJi,r year were
Margaref Freeberzz, ll2I'c'.l'lLJ1'IIf,' Mr.
5lez'e11,s', .fp0l.7J'0I'.' Adele Sable, wife-
preficlezih 511.12111 Kelley, Irea.mrer,'
Bonnie lVilke11.r, .re4'ret.'1ry,' Carole
Actors, actresses, business managers, and back stage hands all help to make up the
National Thespian Society. This year Adele Sable and Margaret Freebern were 3-star
Thespians and Bonnie Wilkens was a 2-star Thespian. In order for one to be eligi-
ble for the society a person must have 10 points gained by either acting or helping
with the general production of a school play.
Memberf of the Thefpiam thi! year
are, firft row, Sllftlll Kelly, Helen
Rizferf, Keith Slofzekirzg, Ramona
Gober, Karrol feferf, Louise Mf-
Creary, Carole Bdnzke, Dave Lori-
mer, and Roxanne Yorkp Jerond
row, Lair MrCreiglat, Barbara G reb,
Ind y Rafe, Lair Beudoirz, Ron Hai-
ley, Bob Cafe, and Bob Sullivan.
For the purpose of promoting a
better spirit of craftsmanship, provid-
ing a better understanding in vocational
fields, aiding students in intelligent
choices of occupation, improving
scholarship, and promoting safety in
work habits, the Tri-Mic Club has been
active for ten years at UTHS. This
year they purchased a Heyer Spirit du-
plicating machine for the Industrial and
Vocational Workshop to take the place
of the one that was eight years old.
Some of the activities that they partici-
pated in this year were the co-sponsor-
ing of the Homecoming and Valentine
Dance with FHA, the field trips to the
Museum of Science and Industry in
Chicago, Rockford Machine and Tool
Company, Sterling Steel Mill, and
Peoria Caterpillar Tractor Company,
and the father-son potluck in May. At
the end of the year, the thirty boys hav-
ing the highest number of points were
eligible to go to the two day convention
held in Rockford on May 2 and 3.
Tri-Mic jackets were given to the six
boys who had the most points.
Rm I Chunk Buyek Reuben Au Kee Ray Leader Glen Hostens Terry Carruthers, ,lim Seybold. Dennis Miller, Frank Trask, Dan Car
rr uk Phil Hutton Ru lim Murray Lirry Meyer jerry De Porter Felix Ramirez, Larry Ripka, Harlan Glam, Gary Hansen 'I
Bokros Bill Iohnson Wayne Kay Rau 3 erry Arboglst Edward Wrrelt Charles Caldwell, Larry Lange, jim Robinson, Larry Irres
Melvin Mrlmloft Terry Allen Hurry Sedgwick Daxrd Lorrrner Rau 4 C uy Lenhart, Ron Peacoek, Pete Sears, jack Hartwell, john Prrn
Rau' 1: Louise Shaw, Sheila Wfeekley,
Jean Wiirren, Arlene Harris, Donna
Knight, Vicki Taylor, Diane Waterruian,
Janet See, Janice Murphy, Merry Fras-
ier. Raw 2: Cheryl Windey, Ruth Kick-
Sey, Kathy Smith, Carol Sergeant, Mary
Jo Gromenz, Vivian McMullin, Paula
Koehler, Dorothy Harmon, Cladene
Boyle, Rowena Bedeian. Rau' 31 I.aJune
Johnson, Donna Katsis, Janet Van Over-
shelde, Sharon Neufcour, Sandra Kipp,
Dolores Clausen, Judy Kight, Judy Sum-
mers, Jeannie McDowell, Michele She-
ila Weekley. Rau' -if Sandy Murphy,
Karen Agnew, Carol Anders. Barbara
Mitacek, Sharon Murphy, Carole Steven-
son, Sally Bost, Shirley Hamerlinck,
Sandra Stirratt, Donna Jackson.
Being a model in a style show is an experience that not many girls at U.T.H.S. have had,
but many members of Y-Teens had this chance when they participated in the style show that
they gave on March 11. Many other activities filled the Y-Teens calendar for '57 and '58,
During the football season the Y-Teens made the orange and black shakers which U.T.H.S.
fans exhibited in the grandstands at all of our games. To help the needy families in this
area, the girls in Y-Teens had one Thanksgiving basket and two Christmas baskets filled full
of food they had donated. All in all, their activities maintained the club's ideals. They are
to be of service to their community, to spread the basic principles of Christian living, to
create social activities that many people would enjoy, and to lead others to a better enjoy-
ment of life.
Going over .rome of the yearr
burirzerr for Y-Team are Merry
Frarier, lreayurer, and Mrr. En-
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The mighty Pa1zther.r of U.T.H.S, had a full reheilule of gamer in a tough ronjerenre thif year. Rou' If Riteben AfiKee, jim
Wakejielil, Larry Meyerr, Ceril Hernandez, Vinre Monahan, Mike Knight, jiiliiir Terronez, Val Bravo. Demiir Sahr, Lar '." y
Nahrgang, Frank Dunbar, Don ',lIlI0ll'.llRl, Chuck Calilzeell, jarh Hartwell, ma11age1'. Rou' 2: Coarh Keith Bare, Sim-lair'
Pitft'L'l'.l'0l1, Phil Stone, Ron Frey, Ron Hart, jim Fincher, Ralph Sanilerr, jerry Arbogaft, jim Adainf, Dirk Lange, jim
john.ro11, jim Gager, Dirk Horhinr, Coarh Bob Eufbarzbf, Rott' 3 Coarh Al Zi11111ie1'111a11, Bill Clarh. Ken Bei'erli11, Bob Care,
Kenny l:l't.'L'lIl:UI, Felix Pivon, ji111 Oltman, Harold Pi1ltlJ'L"l1, Lerie Austin, jerry LitIIt'il.flL'7', Charlet Shizwir, Byrl lVei.s.r, Phil
Srhmidt, D011 G1ilde11j7fe1111ig, Coach "jorko" W,1'6'7Il.7.
Determination, co-ordination, and self-assurance are a few X Iowa City 113
of the many characteristics that were shown by this year's var- Autumn
sity football squad. Although the team was not too successful Davenport
this year because of the Asiatic flu epidemic, they did a fine Dllbuquc
job and represented our school in several fine showings. Wu5h"ll4t0n
- . . Rock Island
Awards this year were given to Kenny Beverlin, most valu- Jcgcrson
able player and captaing Felix Picon, best blockerg Frank Dun- Clinton
bar, best tacklerg and Dick Lange, most improved player. Molmc
The lnrky aa'a1'il lt'lIIIIE'7'J' ilirjllay their
trophies in front of the trophy rare.
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playerp Ken Bez'e1'li11, mort valuable
player and raltitainq Felix Piron, bert
blocker: and Frank Dunbar, bert tarhler.
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g, Trying out the gear before football .rea-
Jon started were Coach jorko Wfreniz,
Dennir Sahr, Don Giildenpjennig, jim
Oltrnan, and Bob Kennedy.
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57 Allc-man 60
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The Panthers started out their season with a few losses, but 40 IOWA UW 48
h . . . 48 St. Ambrose -ii
they became more successful in the middle of it. After defeat- 42 Ddwnpmt 55
ing most of the teams in the Quad-Cities, the varsity basketball 47 Kewimee S5
team finished the season with a record of 14 wins and 9 losses. Bulfllflu'
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Under the expert coaching of Mr. Kivisto, the team did a good 62 Washington 55
job and they had the backing of the student body at all of their 41 Riffli ISIHHJ '39
Y' X , .1 d d . . .Qh 7.2 jefferson 1i0
teamcs. I icy en e the year by having an assembly in whic 66 Iowyl City S,
the outstanding players were awarded trophies and the varsity 44 Davenport A12
squad received their basketball letters. 99 G"lc5bur34
6-1 Dubuque 116
80 Moline S0
W 56 Alleman Si
58 XlC'asl1ington 61
53 Clinton fil
86 jefferson 5?
49 Rock Island 60
50 Galesburg 35
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Ear! Moline Higlfr fulure gridiron grealf, lloe Joplaonzore football team. Row 1: Hopkinr, Miller, Cruz, Sandoval, Breat
Valdez, Hayer, Flynn, Manager Land. Row 2: Manager Hakenzan, Roberron, Gilef, Munger, Wakefelzl, Damp, Carari
Cook, Bond, Santprler, Manager Kelly. Row 3: Coarla Fudge, Manager Neff, Hofrlelier, Sourinek, Pollenlier, Pyeoirb
Meyerr, Sloneking, Sparrou'groz'e, Carpenfier, Rafke, and Coafla Dhomlf. Row 4: Garria, Mahan, Holden, Vallejo, Hanlz
Neuflon, Sufanron, Huggarf, foner, Penra.
The survivors of several weeks of scrimmages, calesthenics, chalk talks, and
drills made the '57-'58 sophomore football team. After much more practice
and coaching, the team started out its tough schedule of games.
19 Kewanee 6
1 3 Davenport 20
1 9 Moline 13
34 Rock Island 14
26 St. Ambrose 1 3
7 Clinton 13
14 Geneseo 1 2
Coarb Bare and hir liltle pantberf
bare Ibeir piclure taken after a fart-
moziug feaforz. Row I: jim Wake-
field, lim Braet, Augie Vallejo.
Rout' 2: Eiferelf VarzValkenberg,
Frank Carbon, Orberie Giler, Terry
Alabarl. Rodney Cook, Coarb Bare,
Keri Vivkerr. Steve Pyerirb, Rorz
Iloff, Demzii' Srbare. and Steve
SUPHUMVIRF FIAFEKFTFIAI I
Team work, willingness and eagerness
all helped to give the sophomore basket-
ball players a successful season. By Work-
ing hard throughout the season, they ended
up with a fine record. The sophomores
not only made a good impression on the
fans, but they also gave Coach Kivisto much
hope for next year's varsity basketball team.
Ready, willing, arid able to gel
lbat ball ir Frank Loll, a Jopbo-
more who played on bolb tbe
varfity and .fopbomore barbel-
ball teamr tbif year.
There were the member: of the
Frerhman Orange Football team.
Row 1: MeChnreh, Chapman, Bat-
ten, Tunniek, DeGra1ze, Hill Cope-
land. Row 2: Defaegher, Warren,
Freyman, Ward, Srhroeder, Ferrell,
Martin. Row 3.' Coaeh 'lay Merrer,
Aroanit, Blair, Martinez, Vallejo,
fohnron, Andon, DeRanzmelaere,
manager, Arrirtant Coarh George
Braden. Abrent from pirture: Ader,
Irhnzael, Mare, Stahl, Gnatooirh,
Hernandez, Orendorf, Rangel, Rob-
ertron, Steoent, Suu, Weirbrook,
FREE H MAN FCI CITEALL
Co-operation and team-work were two of the prime goals that the
freshman football squad attained this year. Having a fairly good
season, the junior grids from U.T.H.S. are good possibilities for the
future varsity team.
W T W
O Washington 1 8 Central
6 john Deere 7 Coolidge
7 Franklin 6 Edison
0 Black 1 9 Orange
0 Central 1 8 Washington
7 Coolidge 6 john Deere
8 Alleman 0 Alleman
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Mernberr of the Frerhman Black
Football team are, Row 1: Dirk
Leiboritz, Rurrell Upton, Rob-
ert Carinar, Bob Fluegel, Arnold
Little, Dirk Van Bell, Bob
Martel. Row 2: john Caldwell,
Earl johnson, Mike Claur, Or-
rin S chatteman, jim fanowrki,
Steve Paytarb, Gary Bell, Dave
H errtedt. Row 3.' Fred Lemkav,
Val Naehe, john Grfham, Her-
bert Sweat, Eugene Held, Gary
Carlton, john Lohre, Coach
Bob Zimmerman. Not prerent,
Coach George Bray.
The Frerhmefz Blarh team have Iheir plrlure taken at the end of a rzzrrefrfzzl rearwz. Rau' I: Heald,
Srhaffmwz. Dohereiuer, Weirhrooh, Warrezz, Meyer, Leeper, Dierirh, Prlelo. Rou' 2: Avalon, Liehoritz,
Slmpe, Geahardl, Morgan, Vallejo, Farrell, Coarh Dhondt.
FREE H MAN BAS KETBALL
Practicing new shots, dribbling, and working out various
plays were some of the main subjects worked upon this Year
in order to promote a better 2-team system for the freshmen
basketball players at U.T.H.S. Each team played a full sched-
ule of games, including one inter-squad game. The teams
proved quite successful and seemed to be good prospects for
the future varsity team.
Thir yearfr mighty Frerhmeu Orange team pore uiilh their marsh, Mr. Alerrer. Rau' 1: Dejaegher. Gerlarh
fazzrmxrhi. Gzzalozfivh, Murphy, Carlrwz, Derllaelie, manager. Row 2: Navhe, Herrfedt, li-hwael, Payfiirh
Camltzhell, fohfzrofz, Iflfzegel, Bare, Coarh Mercer. Ahfefzl from pirfzzre war Copeland,
The wrestling squad this year gave a fine showing
at all of their 15 regular meets. They placed sec-
ond in the distict meet and fourth in the sectional
meet. U.T.H.S. was honored at the state meet by
four of its squad members. They were Val Bravo,
wrestling at 120 pounds, Phil Stone at 133 pounds,
Ken Beverlin at 165 pounds, and Don Guldenpfen-
nig at 175 pounds.
Reprerenting Eart Moline at the
.rtate wrertling contest were Ken
Beuerlin, Don Guldenpfennig, Phil
Stone, ana' Val Brauo. Pictured with
the hoyr if Mr. Rohert Zimmerman,
arfirtant wrertling roarh.
v- rr in .
- M -sew-ew -.
Wreftling ir the uppermort thought in the mind!
of thi: year'J wrerlling Jquad. Row 1: Dirk Hor-
kinr, LaVerne Mattfon, Gary Mueller, Larry
Leeper, Ken Beuerlin, Don Guldenpfennig. Row
3' A X 2: Nat Lawrenfe, Floyd St'0fk1U6ll, jim johnrorz,
ferry Beuelin, Phil Stone, Larry Meyers, Val
Bravo, Vinfe Monahan, Paul Miller, Coarh
22 Geneseo 21
Rough 'n tough Ken Beuerlin trier to pin Phil Stone. 20 Galesburg 25
5 Jefferson 35
35 Alleman 10
18 Dubuque 30
42 St. Ambrose 7
10 Washington 35
22 Iowa City 22
9 Rock Island 31
8 Clinton 30
2 Bettendorf 38
0 Davenport 40
20 Moline 22
'ffm' xpeed-zfu111f111.1 of I'.'l',H.S.. our l'zH'.YjfJ Hack
fc'-1711, ffl!!! pr'.1r!jr'j11g lung UIIUIIXIJ In lmre their pir-
lnrr' l.1h'z1, Razz' 1: Ken I3uz'er'ff11. liz! rllrffr, Rzzeberz
.'lnKw. I,.lH'i1 ,N.r1l7l'lg'.JlItQ, Rfwzmf Ifrej, furry Bererfill.
Sn! lI.1H'fI11Qfflll. Rau' 2: Ray Lern'1'w', Bob Cafe, Pla!!
Srlvzfmlf, R, T. llfnkeby, Lrzrrvq ,lIetzrfn111r, Clrrif Den-
mr, Cliff Ar'lmgr1,rf, Dir!! l'iU.Ikf7l,l', Rau' 3: Cmzrh
film Clwrwit, I7w'l?J fr: frzuj, jim Glzger, Glzlfj' WUI-
XXJIIIY, ffm Arfrmzs, jim .llr,lIflfi11, Cfmy Hobbs, Levy
fllllfllf. I..n'rv3 I.eupfr, C'f1,1rbe.a Al Zimmerman and
lraclc, one of the more popular sports at
l'.'l'.H,S., meludes the pole vault, discus, shot-
put, high jump, hroad jump, the 100, 220, 440,
aml 880 yartl dash, the mile, the high aml low
luumlles, and the mile relay. These sports were
umlertalaeu in the spring of the year during
wlueh time the liast Moline track team helrl
meets with limi lwftnnf, rllufilfe, Dr11'e111fm'l,
and other schools lu the area.
llflqlr iw flu' vljy if Or'f1ur'ie G'ilv,r, zwlvife frmleiflg 011 are Bob
Cf.m'. Larry flmlm. R, T. Ilfmkey, and jim Gager.
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Lining 11121 for the mile relay and mile meu'fey are Bob
Care, Keri Bczerlizz, Larry rllerzdrzzzxv, Cfrjf Ar'bnKqr1,rl, and
PrlP'fjl'if7f1fjl1g in IYIJXLF-lklllfljllg ffm' 124111
year were Cbrif DL'7IIIj.l', Rmmre Frey,
and frm Gager.
e ' ' w :ill I -1:
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5 I ',' . team had a good ,rea.uoi1. Row
5 A , CN fm V ff. :if Q Q H Q- 4 1: Mahan, Cruz, W'arre11, Ham-
' , 1 1- ' Eff: " f M4 . Q K T., QQ A V fx ?'lt'k,iN1IfIl'lt'k, lVood, Sarfiezlo,
1' 7 ' V M We Herfleilf. Rou' 2: Held, Mar-
Q P' N' g , 31 fiii, lxlaiizael, Paylafh, Val?
. , , . 1. H -W Tieghem, Vail Valkeizbiirg,
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Boya our for fhe 100-220 yard darlv were Iolaiz
Cruz, Gary Ilobbf, R. T. Hiirkey, Orberie Gilex,
Oni for ,fl70l'-lllllf .xml di,rrii,r were Riielzeiz AiiKee,
Plvil Srlaiizizlr. Dirk HII.t'blfl,f, Larry Leeper, jim Mr-
Millaiz and Larry Nahrgailg,
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Cook, Fliiegel. Roberlroiz. Row
31 Coaulv Ifialge, Peuva, Mar-
, gn. fllIf.'Z, Hnggarr, lV'illia111f, Val-
lejo, Gilef, SXYOIIH, Ilerizamlez,
Sweat, Ariiloii, Coavla Slairerf.
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Varfily high and lou' laardlerf are lfil Milli, ji
Adami, Levy Aiiffiiz, and "lea,l1ii1g" jim Gager.
Thif year Ihere way a large liiriioiil for from
roimlry, Row 1: joe Va11Quatl2e111, Clip' Arbo-
gafl, Demzif Svbawe, Frank Carbon, Sizl Harring-
Iolz. Ron' 2.'H6Il!'j' Raizgel. Gary Mellizzger, Gary
Nafzwirk, Maizrire Bradley, ferry Bererliii, Bill
Porler. Row 3: Gary ll"illiai11,r, Lerlie Srlaleeler,
ferry Koenig, Dari Herizaizrlez, Larry Robinfoiz,
and Coafh Glen Claizferf.
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Putting, practicing their swing, and fre-
quently visiting the local golf courses takes up
much of the spare time of the U.T.H.S. golf
team. Walkirig around nine holes of a golf
course seems like a short walk to these boys
while eighteen holes is just a good workout.
Under the supervision of their new coach, Mr.
Kivisto, they attended matches held at Indian
Bluffs, Duck Creek, the Arsenal Golf Course,
Oakwood, and Short Hills. They ended up the
year by playing Quincy Invitational on April
26, the District matches held at Indian Bluffs
on May 10, and the Clinton Conference on
Sufirzging into IICIIUIZ if foe Eng-
land, top golfer from U.T.H.S. and
uiizmer of the Quad-City Champion-
ship golf fizmrd.
The future "Ben Hogansn of East Moa
line High have their picture taken. Rau'
1: George DeBo, joe England, Dennis
Kelly, ,Ierrel Anderson. Ferrel Anderson
jim Soucinek. Rau' 2: George Gavin,
jim Fairman, Bill Seidlitz, Gary Swift,
Phil Bond, Gary Canfield, Coach Kivisto.
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at sas,-af! sivi s ,
Tbir year'J bareball team wa: a combination of many zfeteranr and new faref. Row 1: lim Wakefield,
Angie Vallejo, Gary Mellinger, Kenny Freeman, Duane Sanderr, Cecil Hernandez, Larry Meyerr, Dirk
Lange, Mike Kniglot. Row 2: Coach Lou Malekiewitz, Don Firher, Mike Dergo, Cbarler Sbiverr, Ken
Virkerf, Larry Lange, Gary Mueller, ferry Lancarter, Bill Clark, Bob Kennedy, and Coarlv Bob Ewbank.
The varsity baseball team made a fine showing this year with many familiar faces
back on the team. Among the veterans were Bob Kennedy, Larry Meyers, captain,
Kenny Freeman, Angelo Vallejo, Gary Mueller, and Dick Lange. The team had a
fine season playing games with Moline, Rock Island, Davenport, Washington and
Jefferson of Cedar Rapids, Alleman, Galesburg, and Dubuque.
Despite a busy schedule of games, the East Moline sophomore baseball team managed to do their best under
the coaching of Mr. Bray. The team was made up of a large group of talented freshmen and sophomores.
The freshmen were Harry Arvanis, Robert Batten, john Caldwell, Gary Carlson, joe Dejaegher, Larry Do-
bereiner, Ernie Gerlach, john Graham, David Griffith, Arnold Guerrero, Earl Johnson, Dick Leibovitz, Stan
Schroder, Gary Stoneking, Randal Stout, Eugene Wadsager, Craig Weisbrook, and Earl Schwenneker, the
manager. The sophomores included Jim Braet, Marty Damp, jim Hayes, Ron Hoff, Steven Hofstetter, Gor-
don Hopkins, jerry Hopkins, Darrel Irwin, Frank Loll, Gary Millen, Ron Pustelnik, Leonard Sangster, Den-
nis Schave, Stephen Schroder, Julyle Shannon, Ron Trice, Richard Vervaecke, and Paul Walker. This year
they played Moline on April 16, Rock Island on April 23, St. Ambrose on April 28, Davenport "sophs" on
May 7, Moline on May 14, St. Ambrose on May 15, Rock Island on May 19, Moline "B" team on May 21,
and Davenport "sophs" on May 26. Because of the lateness in choosing the team, there was no picture taken
of the sophomore team.
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Hours of practice on the court take ,
up the spare time of all the boys on the
U.'I'.H.S. tennis team. Under the coach-
ing of Mr. Morgan, the boys' tennis
team had a high rating among the
Quad-City teams. This year they had
several fast-moving matches with teams
from Moline, XVashington, jefferson,
Rock Island, and Davenport.
The fnliire fennif rlninlpionf, the U.T.H.S.
lennif mini, lirfen I0 Cotirh ill0l'gz7II'.f fidrice.
Rim' 1: Fred Bnnfield, Byron Warren, Kenny
Rohinmn, jerml Miller, and Cofzrh Steve 'L
Marginz. Ro1w2: ferry DePorier, fini Valen-
tine, Dennir Suhr, Keith Rohinfon, and
Ral pb Gofir.
Topping fhe lin! for .renior lennif
playerf were Keifh Rohinwn, Ralph
Goizr, and Dennir Suhr,
Meznherf of lhe hrryr tennis' mini
thif year were the fullnrrizig. Row
If Ralph Gmzr, Keilh Rllblllffillr,
Dennir Suhr, ferrj DePr1rler, Rau'
2: Bah Lnnron, Byron llnnrrwi, Kun-
nefh Rohinfrrn. fini l'iw'.i'fin, Iirezl
Banpelzl. Cain-h Slere illflfgtlll, Roni
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Torn Tnjlar. C1n'i'i,i' Ilizriih, Iiriiziiii'
Mohr, Mark Bare. Rau' 43 Amlreu'
fohnmn, David illnrtin, Bah Pae-
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Many 1Jeteran.r of the U.T.H.S.
tennu team were active again in
varrily lennir. Row 1: Linnea Her-
Jtedt, janet Brirfman, Rosemary
Morriron, Lana Berghult, Loir Beau-
doin. Row 2: Carol Ooeni, Gwen
Lee, feanne VanV!iele, Sandy Roh-
ren, Nola Anderfon, janet Loding.
Working on their backhand and service kept
the girls' tennis team busy on many school
nights. They were up against rugged compe-
tition from many of the surrounding schools
including Rock Island, Davenport, Moline, and
the two Cedar Rapids high schools. With their
coach, Mrs. Ruberg, they gained much skill and
proficiency on the tennis courts. janet Brissman
and Gwen Lee gave us much satisfaction by
winning the Quad-City Doubles championship.
Checking the Jchedule of fnatcher for
the girlr tennir learn it their coach, Mfr.
Ruherg, who looks confident of their
"Tough link. pal!" 17Zl7'zlN1IH'fll ping
lining rlmnip. Gary Uviifizlfllfy. fwzgrfztu-
lizfw l'lH11IL'7"llf7, Byrl lVeiJ5, on zz fne
The BlHIlbIt'bt'6.f won the intrfzmlmzl haykethfzll fhanzpionfhip for
the freihnlen and mphonmrex. Rau' I: fini Soucinek, Gary fohn-
Jon, Dirk V8f'I'Kllt'k8. Row 2.' fini Flinn, Hank Sandoval.
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Fighting their way to zfirtory in the jzxnior-fenior intra-
mural hafkethall tournament were fini Gtzger, Dick Hof-
kinx, Mike Knight, ferry Lanfafter, Ken Hofftetter,
Sighting for the hfuket, jim Wilmn
demonftrafef the form whirh won him
the intramural free-throu' fhaznpianfhip
for this year.
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The rhampionx of the intramural bowling were PreJley'J Houndf and Zorro'J Zepherf. Row 1: George
DeBo, raptain, Robert Taylor, Harry Lee Drumm, Dirk Veraerhe, Bob jonef. Row 2: Calvin Marth, Leon-
ard Suhr, captain, Bob Doxiee.
As in years before, there was a large turnout for the intramural sports. Any boy
who had not participated in a major varsity sport was eligible to go out for them.
The boys were split into teams for the various sports which included softball, basket-
ball, volleyball, ping pong, and bowling. Tournaments were held in various sports
throughout the year. Individual acclaim was awarded to the free-throw champions and
to the tennis champions.
Intramural sports also included a volley-
ball tournament which occurred too late in
the year to be included in the book.
A tennis tournament was another intra- .qt f
mural sport which occurred too late in the t A
year. We wish to congratulate the winners by
of these intramural tournaments. 'A
The Bonmen! Mr. Robert Lewif and hir
arfiitant, Mr, Ellxworth Broohf, headed the
intramural tournamentf for '5 7 and '58.
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Faculty members have many duties outside the actual time spent in teaching
classes. Preparing lessons and selecting the most useful areas of subject matter
to present, grading papers, and keeping school records of attendance and grades
are among their duties. Also many faculty members are responsible for the extra-
curricular activities which promote school spirit and provide social experience For
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Thif year hegafz a fhange in fhe adfimry fyrfenz, Eafh fluff har ily 01
V l l I adzfimr' who actf af Jpozzmr for lhe dau arrfz'ifja,r am! ax an :1dl'f.l'0!' lo I
Mr. C. L, ,IIrCre1ghf, anfhflazzl pr'n1r1j7af, haf d7?10'7g irza'i1fidua! memherf of fhe vfaff. Shozwz above are ,IIr', Charley 1IIrCI
hir dnmar zlamzizz lhe .frlndule of flaJJe,f, mperzfif
L I g v -I , -
mg the repmlizzg of grader, firing Ihe many exlra ae-
lf1'flfc',f and ,rpeuiaf nzeelizzgf izzlo Ihe ronfizze of lhe
frhrmf, and nmzzy Ufher ddlllf7IfJfl'dlfl"8 delailf.
fophomore adzfiforg Mr. Harald Colliuf, fnaflwmzz aa'z'im1'.' Mr, Har:
Pierfozz, Jenior aa'zfiJ0r,' and Mr. William Yemm, j1n1ior'adzfifor.
The flH1t'lf0ll of the Board of Edafafion if to pr0z'ia'e adequate faeililiey and equipmenl
for fhe .rfhool and to hire Ihe leavhing Haj. Shown ahozfe are. fm! row, Mr, P. Phil-
hnwer, .Yen'efa1'y of the boardg Mr. George MrNeal, P7'6J'jd6lIf,' Mr, L, O. Dazzfyonq Mr.
C, L, MfCreighf, Semin! row, Mr. Glenn lWilJ0f1,' Mr, Afherf 1II1zeller,' Mr. D1n'u'ar'd
Longg Mr. Cheffer B7'iJ,fN1d7Z,' Dr. W, C. Sleeleg and Mr, Rlllh Copeland.
A scbool nurse war a welronze addition to
tbe Jtajf tbif year, Mm: Frelf, df Jcbool
nurre, if responsible for all matter: tbat con-
. . . 1 a' th ith.
Mr. P. Pbtlboufer, Jrbool bufzneyf mana er, 1J Jbown fem J u en ea
at bit derek in tbe general omre. Mr. Pbjbower if tbe
offre manager, keeper of tbe payroll and rick leave rer-
ordf, keeper for pnrrbafe order refordr for tbe Board of
Ednration, and manager of tbe book store. Mr, Pbilbower
ix alto the Jerreiary of tbe Board of Eduration.
An ever-increasing enrollment presents new problems that must be solved
by the administrative staff in addition to the usual duties. The persons pictured
on these pages, under leadership of the principal, Mr. L. O. Dawson whose
photograph appears on page 5, see to it that all phases of school administration
Mr. C. L, Bailey, attendance
offrer for U.T.H.5'., inverti-
gatex absenrer and affiftf in
lmrnarling tbe traffic janzr
zvbirb invariably ocvur during
tbe before and after Jcbool
Serretarief for the adminiftratorr are Jbouin above. From left to
right are Linda Anderton, Jerretary to Mr. Pbilbowerg Nadine Carl-
ton, rerretary to Mr, Dawrong Carol Slipp, Jerretary to tbe advi.ror.r,'
and Mn. Carol Greenup, Jefretary to Mr. McCreigbt.
Objective, better English. Mrx.
Hemping diagramr a Jentence
for Donna Knight and Dennis'
The English courses at United Township High
School are designed to teach the skills of reading,
writing, speaking, and listening. English I and Eng-
lish II are offered to the freshmen and sophomores.
During the junior year, students take American
Literature A or American Literature B and junior
Composition A or junior Composition B. Courses
designated as "A" courses are for those students who
are planning to go to college.
Other Engish courses offered are journalism, public
speaking, and radio workshop for juniors and sen-
iors, acting for juniors, and senior composition, Eng-
lish Literature, senior developmental English, and
play production for seniors.
Head of the English depart-
ment if Mr. john W. Steoenf.
Mr. Steven: tearbe: junior and
Jenior tollege preparatory
rourtet, radio ypeaking, acting,
and play produrtion. This year
he alto had a class of Jopho-
moref the Jecond Jemetter. Mr.
Steven! it the play dirertor,
.zmntorag the Thefpiant, Pan-
t er Par e, and radio Jpeaking.
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and .fporzforf lbe amzual, the "Skyline," Mrf.
MrNab f6'llL'h8.f Englifb 1 and II ana' if adoifor of
exlemponzueom' Jpealfing and .rpofzfor of tbe Bible
Club. Mrf. Frederirk tearbef Englbb II, funior
Compofiliorz A, Amerifan Literature A, publif
Jpeakirzg, and if adzfifor for all declamation work.
Below are Ifabel Hempmg oyre Waller Robert Ewbafzk and Errzefl Kzwflo, Mrf. Hemping
teaabex Ezzgllfb II umor Compofztzon B and American Lzleralure B M111 Waller ba! rlaffef
nz Lnglnb I and II Mr Eu bank learbey Englzfb I If the debate roafb anulant football roacb,
and ban ball foaab Mr Kzzuto ba: Englzrb I clauex and :J adzuor of tbe Letterman'J Club and
Words, words, words and all of them S panixh are written
hy Diana Hohner, Sue Davis, and Mark Bare af Min
"U" U" Thoeming loohr on.
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If one were to stand in the lower hall, one would think
he were in a foreign country. For out of rooms 116 and
117 Hows a never ending Stream of Latin and Spanish' Teaching the understanding of the Latin and Spanirh
These two languages, being the basis of the language de- language: and caltarer if the work of Mm Lea Thoeming,
Partment were taught to many students interested in Spanish tearher, and Mrf. Reha Hefter, Latin teacher.
The clatter of pots and pans, the whine of a sewing ma-
chine, the discussion on personal problems and health are
all sounds that are heard coming from the homemaking
department. In this department one learns to cook and
sew and even how to redecorate furniture. It is the basis
of the future wives and homemakers of a modern America.
Dirrufring rome of the good reriper that might he ufed in :lan
are the homemaking teafherf, Min Daphne Frane, Mrr, Bev-
erly Carrington, and Mir: Dora Reinholz.
Mrs. Carrington demomtratef partry making to her clan at t
.ftate Jupervifor look: on.
Indurtrial art: and vocational rho!
tearherr are Mr. john Cavanaug ,
drafting and general Jhopf Mr.
Robert Sandurky, auto - mechanirr,
drafting, and general Jhop,' Mr.
Robert Zeriger, metal: and general
rhopy Mr, Paul Oliver, wood .rhop
and general rhopg and Mr. Charlet
MrCoy, marhine Jhop. Mr. Cavan-
augh ir the rponror of Tri-Mic and
Mr. Oliver if Jponfor of the Rifle
IN DLJETRIAL ART!:i Dl:.l-'ARTM ENT
A complete program of industrial arts is offered. During
the freshman year boys take general shop in which all
five areas of shop are introduced. Upperclassmen take
either woodworking or industrial courses. A complete
four year program in either of the two areas prepares a
boy for apprenticeship in these skills.
Mr. Leiter Viner, head of the Industrial Art: depart-
ment, leather eorational marhine Jhop.
Industry and concentration are Jhown by Harry Sedgwirk
at Mr. Vine! help: him produfe a more exacting piere of
work on a romplirated indurtrial machine.
Tennif, .roriizl danfing, volley hall, modern danfe, held hofhey, hathethall, ping
firing, huh hall .mf among the at-tiz'itteJ inflttded in girls' phyfiral education, The
rmietl and :tell-planned program alto include! flame! in health and units in first
Difruffing the actizfitief of the girlf'
phyfital eduration department are
Alfl, Dorothy Ward, MH. Elaine
Ruherg, and Mitt Ltzife Piano. Mn.
Raherg tearhef the frefhmen, Mrf.
Ward teafhef the fophomoret, and
Min Piano teachef the juniors' and
Jeniors. All three are Jponforf of
the Girls' Athletic Afforiation.
Pl-IYFill'IAl FDIIVIATIUN DEPARTMENT
Mr. Broohx, head of the department, teafhef fresh-
man gym. .1,r,ri.rt.r with all tlIlt'zllIlIlf'u'ltf, and tenrhey
frerhmizzt phyiii-.zt edftmtion. Mr, Matahiewitz teacher
jlltllftt' and .fentor f1hjy,rit'al edfmztion. Mr. Holmei
teacher the .rofthovlmer and Lf Athletic' Director for
the lllftklttlllfill .rportf p1'0gt'clltl.
Kenny Freeman doeJn't Jeem to want to
do what Mr. Matahieufitz zvanty him to.
The new trampoline added to the enjoyment of the
boys in physical education class this Year. Volley ball,
wrestling, exercises including working out on the par-
allel bars, tumbling, basketball are among the boys'
physical education activities. Health classes are also
Teacbing pupilx tbe baficx of Jcience are Harold Collim, general
Jciencej Helen Burefb, biologyg Autbur Fudge, general Jcienceg
William Campbell, general Jcience, pbyficr, and pbyficf matbp
William Wbeeler, general Jcience. Mr. Canztbell if alto a member
of tbe rnatbamaticx department tbit year teac ing a clan in Algebra
I. Mr. Wbeeler, in addition to bi: Jcience clanex, if in cbarge of
all atbletic equipment.
Mr. Pratt, bead of tbe Jcience de-
partment, if alto director of audio- x
vifual education, Jpomor of tbe
Bio-Cbemict Club and tbe Camera
Club. Mr. Pratt bad tbe diftinction
of being cbofen Teacber of tbe
Year in 195 7,
Standing on the second floor one might be
confronted with some very weird chemical
odors. But don't be alarmed. It is prob-
ably either the chemistry lab having an
experiment or the biology classes doing a
little dissecting. This may sound to some
as odd, but these are the functions of the
science department. In freshman science
courses, the students are given an all
around instructive course on science in gen-
eral. Advanced courses offered are biology,
chemistry, physics, and physics math. These
are the pathways of the future scientists.
Blast off time. Mr. Pratt if Jbowing Victor fanowfbi bow to make a cbemi-
cal reaction. We bave conbdence tbat it won't blow up.
!:il'!IFNI'IF DFPARTM ENT
The hurinerr department rtaff are Mir:
Dorothy Pohrajac, typing and ihort-
hand,' Mrr. Charlene Enftrorn, typing
and Jhorthandg Min Helen Grant, rler-
iral practice, typing and Jhorthandg Mr.
Stere Morgan, retailing and dirtributive
ednrationy Mr, Rohert Fairrnan, hook-
heeping, typing and ronumzer prohlemfg
and Mr, Keit Bare, commercial geog-
raphy and hoohheeping. Mrf. Enitrom
,rponforr the Y-Teeny, Mr. Morgan if
Jponror of the Fixture Diftrihntorf of
Anzeriran and eoarhef tennir, and Mr.
Bare if ro honzore hafkelhall eoarh and
t1J'J'l.flf171l oothall roach. Min Pohrajar
if Burinefr Cluh iponror and Mir! Grant
adrifer the rheerleaderr.
BLJEIN l1!:i!:i Dbl-'ARTM ENT
Business courses are offered in two areas, secretarial and clerical. Retailing and bookkeeping are also of-
fered. Students who are not majoring in business may take a course in personal typing if they wish. ln Dis-
tributive Education and Secretarial Practice students spend part of their time in actual on-the-job practice.
Carriage trouble had Pat Clauw puzzled, hut Min Allen feernx to under-
Jt tml how to fx it.
Looking over rome of the htzfinerr
of the rornnzerrial department if
Min Eleanor Allen, department
head. Min Allen teacher adzfanred
stenography and Jerretarial prartire.
Books, books everywhere . . . this is what a student dis-
covers as he steps through the library door. Shelves filled
with comedy, drama, suspense, and information surround
the attractive room. One can find an answer to almost any
problem. And what would the juniors have done without
those magazines to help them on their themes? The library
provides the students with information for research and
reading for pleasure.
Final stage of tbe prorerr of adding a boob Io
the library ii' performed by Mir: illrN11fl ar .fbe
paver in an envelope for tbe date-due card.
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Mfr. Marie Benfon, affiftant librarian, and Min Efrber Mf-
Nutt, librarian, fberk lbe fbelzfef to keep bookf in order.
The purpose of the driver's education classes is to teach the students to drive expertly, safely, and to learn
to obey traffic laws. This year began a new phase of driver's education. All sophomores are required to
take a one semester course on safety. Thus we hope to turn out many people who can drive intelligently and
who can follow the rules of safe driving.
just looking at one of
tbe dri11er'J eduralion
rarf are Carolyn Bogaert
and Pbil Bond.
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Mr. foe Donbt and Mr. fay Merrer, driver
training leafberr, rbouf a model of tbe fleer-
ing mecbanimz on a car, Mr. Donbt ir Jopb-
omore foolball and frerbnian baybelball
coarb. Mr. Mercer if frefbman foofball and
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Social .rtudief teacher: are Mr.
William Yemm, American hi:-
tory,' Mr. A. W. Waffen,
American hiJtory,' Mr. Edward
Peterhoj, Jocial Jtudief, gov-
ernment, ana' ,rocial prohlemtg
Mr. Harvey Pierfon, govern-
ment and :ocial prohlemff and
Mr. Al Zimmerman, govern-
ment and Jocial prohlemx. Mr.
Wafxen is in charge of athletic
fundf and Mr, Zimmerman if
affiftant football coach.
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head of the Jocial Jtudief M, ,H
and hittory department, f
teachey American hutory, 33 4 5
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Money is the subject of dixcuxfion at Mr. Watfen explain: the early methods of currency to an interefted
junior American hiftory clan.
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Oif with their heads. Donna Radohavich ir careful to heep
her jingerr out of the way ar Larry Dohreiner iurnr the
frank on the miniature guilloline in Mir: Dean'.r world
World history, offered to sophomores, is a survey of the
history of the peoples and nations of the world. Social
studies is the history course offered to freshmen. They learn
the general principles of government. A better understand-
ing of the development of civilization and government is
gainedthrough a study of the contributions of civilizations
to the succeeding civilizations. A lecture on archaeology by
a guest speaker was the highlight in world history this year.
H ISTEI RY DEPARTM ENT
Junior and senior courses in social studies are more
specialized than the freshman and sophomore courses.
Iuniors are required to take American History and the
senior requirement is a one semester course in American
government. A course in social problems is offered as
an elective to the seniors.
Dirrursing the newer! additions
in world hirlory are Mr. john
Wren, Mr. Glenn Chiverr, and
Mir: Marion Dean. Mr. Wren
tearher world hirtory and is
varsily coarh in both football
and wrestling, Mr. Chiuerr
teacher frexhman .rorial Jtudier
and world hirlory. He ix alro
the from eountry and lrarh
roach. Min Dean tearher
A chance to express oneself in modern art, designs, watercolors,
paints, and just plain black and white is given a student when he
decides to take art. Not only does the student get the opportunity
to use all these different art variations, but he has a chance to work
on scenery for the school plays and assemblies, posters advertising
school dances, the carnival, and many other activities. In the spring
the art classes go outside and make sketches of nature. All these
things combine to make the art classes very enjoyable and interest-
Mr. Robert Minor, ar! leather, dirplayf
agtzinft if background of mofierpieref a
modern rorzceplion of a popular hero,
Henry Range! if shown with
his copy of the Mona Lisa,
whieh war the eye-mlrhing
porter adverliring the art fhow.
ing for the students.
Ml.l.':ilL2 DILI-'AHTM ENT
Instrumental and vocal music are offered by the music
department. In vocal music students may advance to
choir and ensemble work. Instrumentalists are given
individual and group lessons, and when department
requirements are met they may advance as far as the
varsity and concert bands. Courses in music theory and
harmony are also offered.
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Phil Grant, Don Adamf, and Melvin W ilhimon
pmrtire during an ememhle period.
Mr. Thommz, head of the mufir departmenl, reemy to have Jtruc
a very amusing note. Smiling from left to righ! are Mallie Wil
liamx, affirlazzt hand director and director of the male fIJ07'IlJ',' Vim
rent Ahrzquift, zfoml music direelorg and john Thomtm, han.
direrfor, and theory and harmony irzflrizrlor.
in Bernire Howard beeame bead
lbe marb department tbif year.
in Howard tearber plane geome-
y and ir rponfor of fbe Future
rarberf of Amerira.
Interest bolb f0mp0ll71d and Jimple ir explained by Mr. Bray to two of bi.f
MATH EMATI l.I.':i DI:.l-'ARTM ENT
Many courses in mathematics are offered. Freshmen may take general math or Algebra I. Sophomores
take plane geometry. juniors may take Algebra III and solid geometry or trigonometry. Seniors may take
Algebra IV and either solid geometry or trigonometry their second semester.
Malbematicr tearberf are Robert Zimmer-
man, algebra and rolid geometryf George
Bray, general matbg George Braden, algebra,
general matb, and trigonometryf Robert
Lewis, algebra and trigonomelryg and Leon-
ard Engnell, general matb and algebra. Mr.
Lewir ir in :barge of intramuralr, Mr.
Braden and Mr. Zimmerman are frerbman
foolball roacbef and Mr. Zimmerman if alro
asrirtant wreftlin g coacb.
Care for the school if the refponfihility
of the cuftodianf pictured here from
front to hack, Andrew Saey, Peter Ver-
muelen, Rex Martin, Melvin Hummel,
Loren Borum, and Frank Machu.
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Fair weather or not the but driverf get
ur to and from :chool every day, Firxt
row: Garret Skilef, Collinf Wray,
Dewey Oltman, Arthur Miholojonlon.
Second row: Rex Martin, Melvin Hum-
mel, Serphain Verfypt. Ahfent when
the picture wax taken wax Neal McNeal.
Food, food and more food! Thefe are
the women who ably prepare the meal:
eaten in the cafeteria. Firft row.' Bertha
Pancrazio, Mahle Ziegler, Alice Gallenx,
Anne Wadfager, Evelyn Little. Second
row.' Cleo Kruger, Myrtif Gallaugher,
Ann Weinzer, and Linda Hickf, cafete-
ria head. Third row.' Georgina William:
Ramilla Belowfhi, Margaret Montrey
Irma Dierehf, and Nadine Ofhourne.
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These girls were a great help to the advisors by working in the office during their free periods. Rau' 1: Theresa Cuvele, Merry Frasier, Linda
Romero, Vicki Taylor, Linda Livesay. Rau' 2: Marie Mitton, Gwen Lee, Sandi Hegwood, Judy Hoover, Marty Versluis. Rau' 3: Aurelia
Shannon, Shirley Hammerlinck, Sally Bost, Louise McCreaiy, Pat Molnar. Ruiz' Jr Janice XX'itherspoon, janet Kipp, Sandy Radford. Row 5:
Carol Wilsmvn, Margaret Freebern, joyce Laljeere, Sharron True, Paula Koehler. Missing from the picture are Fran Jacques and Kathy
STUDENT IIIFFICE GIRLS
Many routine office duties are performed by the keep a record of those pupils who are tardy. Other
above group. Girls working in the general office secretarial work is also done for the advisors.
answer the phone and take messages. The girls who Office girls each work one period a day during
work for the advisors collect attendance slips and a free period.
5 EN I Cl R ACTIVITIES
ADAMS, DON: Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Bible Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Skyline
Stall' 4, Picture Editor.
ADAMS, MARY ALYCE: Camera Club 4, Choir 4, Freshman
Chorus 1, Future Nurses 4, Glee Club 2, 3, Vice President 3,
Pep Club 1, 2, Skyline Staff 2, 3, 4, Faculty Editor 3, Senior
Class Editor 4, Honor Society 4, Quill Br Scroll 3, 4.
ALLEN, TERRY: Key Staff 3, 4, Manager of Advertising, Tri-
ALLISON, LORRAINE: Business Club 3, Future Nurses 4.
ALLISON, LUCILLE: Business Club 2, Camera Club 1, Fresh-
men Chorus 1, Future Distributors 4, Future Nurses 3.
AMMERMAN, JUDITH ANN: Choir 4, Future Distributors 4,
Future Homemakers 1, 2, Girls Athletic Assoc. 1, 2, Glee Club
ANDERSON FERREL: Choir 2, 4, Rifle Club 3, 4, Treasurer 4,
Tri-Mic 3, Intramural 4.
ANDERSON, JERREL: Choir 4, Rifle Club 3, Tri-Mic 3, Intra-
mural Basketball 4.
ANDERSON, GARY: Lettermen's Club 4.
ARBOGAST, ROBERT: Lettermen's Club 4, Tri-Mic 3, 4, Foot-
ball 1, 2, 3, 4.
ARMSTRONG, JUDY: Choir 4, Freshmen Chorus 1, Future
Homemakers 2, Glee Club 2, 3, Key Stall 1.
AU KEE, REUBEN: Advisory Board 2, 3, Lettermen's Club 3, 4,
Tri-Mic 3, 4, Treasurer 3, Football 3, 4, Honor Society 4.
AUSTIN, LEVY: Choir 2, 3, 4, Freshmen Chorus 1, Lettermen's
Club 3, 4.
BLUNKE, CAROLE: Future Homemakers 1, 2, 3, Treasurer 3,
Future Teachers 3, 4, Librarian 3, Vice President 4, Girls Ath-
letic Assoc. 1, 2, 3, 4, Camp Representative 3, Key Staff 4,
Panther Parade 3, 4, Circulation Manager 3, 4, Thespians 3, 4,
Scribe 4, Cheerleader 1, 2, 3, 4, Theatre 3, 4, Radio Speaking
4, Representative 4, Art Club 4, Vice President 4, Homecoming
Queen 4, Honor Society 4.
BEVERLIN, KEN: Lettermen's Club 3, 4, Secretary 4, Football
1, 2, 3, 4, Basketball 2, Wrestling 3, 4, Track 1, 2, 3, 4, Intra-
murals 1, 2, 3, 4, Honor Society 4, Vice President.
BANEY, RON: Trl-Mic 5, 4.
BANFIELD, FRED: Choir 3, 4, Rifle Club 1, Thespians 4, Intra-
murals Basketball 1, 3.
BARNETF, MARILYN: Business Club 4.
BEAUDOIN, LOIS: Band I, 2, 33 Camera Club 1, Choir 4, Com-
munications 3, 4, Representative 4, Future Teachers 2, 3, 4,
Secretary 3, Girls Athletic Assoc. 1, 2, 3, 4, Panther Parade 4,
Co-editor 4, Pep Club 1, 2, Thespians 4, Y-Teens 1, 2, 3,
Plays 4, Honor Society 4, Historian.
BEDEIAN, ROWENA: Business Club 3, 4, Choir 4, Freshmen
Chorus 1, Girls Athletic Assoc. 1, 2, 3, 4, Glee Club 3, Key
Stall 3, 4, Assistant Feature Editor 4, Panther Parade 3, 4, Ex-
change Editor 4, Pep Club 1, 2, Y-Teens 1, 2, 2, 4, Secretary
3, 4, Cheerleader 2, Homecoming Royalty 4.
BERTHOUD, MICHAEL: Choir 2, 3, 4, Freshmen Chorus 1,
Future Homemakers 4, Tri-Mic 3, Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4.
BERTHOUD, RAY: Choir 1, 2, Tri-Mic 3.
BOGGS, JIM: Future Distributors 3, 4.
BOHNERT, SANDRA: Future Homemakers 2.
BOKROS, TOM: Tri-Mic 3, 4, Secretary 4.
BOWMAN, TOM: Band 1, Future Distributors 4.
BRISSMAN, JANET: Band l, 2, 3, Future Homemakers 1, Girls
Athletic Assoc. 1, 2, 3, 4, Vice President 2, 3, Panther Parade
4, Typist, Pep Club 1, 2, Tennis Team 2, 3, 4, Class Oflicer
4, Treasurer, Majorette 3, Honor Society 4.
BROWN, DAUREL: Camera Club 1, Choir 3, 4, Secretary-Treas-
urer 4, Freshmen Chorus 1, Girls Athletic Assoc. 1, 2, 3, 4,
Glee Club 2, Key Staff 3, 4, Pep Club 1, 2, Y-Teens 1, 2, 3.
BROWN, VIRBLE: Camera Club 1, 2.
BUYCK, CHARLES: Tri-Mic 2, 5, 4, Football 2.
CABOR, FRED M.: Pep Club 1, Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4, Wrestling
CALDWELL, CHARLES: Lettermen's Club 3, 4, Rifle Club 1,.2,
3, 4, Wrestling 3, 4, Football 3, 4.
CANATSEY, JO ANN: Band 1, 2, Camera Club 1, 2, 4, Girls
Athletic Assoc. 1, Pep Club 1, 2, Skyline Staff 3, 4, Assistant
Senior Class Editor 4.
CARRUTHERS, TERRY B.. Tri-Mic 3, 4, Intramurals 1, 2, 5, 4.
CARTER, JAMES: Bible Club 1, Future Distributors 1.
CASE, ROBERT: Advisory Board 3, Choir 1, 2. 53 Communica-
tions 3, 4, Theatre Representative 3, 4, Lettermen's Club 2 3,
4, Panther Parade 4, Thespians 4, Football 1, 2, 3, 4, Basket-
ball 1, 2, Track 1, 2, 3, 4.
CATTOIR, ROBERT: Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Captain 4, Bio-Chemics 2,
3, 4, Secretary 4, Camera Club 1, 2, Rifle Club 1, 2, 3, 4, De-
bate 2, 33 Declamation 2, Honor Society 4.
CHAVEZ, VIRGINIA: Camera Club 2, Spanish Club 4, Art Club
CLARK, MIKE: Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Intramural Bowling 4.
CLAUW, PAT: Advisory Board 4, Future Homemakers 2, 3, 4,
President 4, Girls Athletic Assoc. 1, 2, 3, 4.
CLEVENGER, RONALD: Bible Club 2, 3, Vice President 3,
Future Distributors 1, Pep Club 2, 3.
COLLINS, JOYCE: Band 2, 3, 4, Bible Club 3, 4, Secretary 4,
Future Homemakers 1, 2, Glee Club 4.
COLUMBIA, TONY: Key Staff, 3, 4, Intramural Basketball 1, 2,
3, 4, Soft Ball 1, 2, Football Team 1, 2.
COMBES, LEO: Advisory Board 1, 2, Band 2, 3, 4, Band Olicer
4, Bible Club 4, Bio-Chemics 2, Olmera Club 1, 2, 3, Vice
President 2, Freshmen Chorus 1, Key Stafl 2, Pep Club 1, Sky-
line Staff 2, Football 1, Track 3, Intramurals 1.
CORONELL, BONNIE: Freshmen Chorus 1.
COWSER, SHARON: Business Club 3, 4, Vice President 3, Fresh.
men Chorus 1, Girls Athletic Assoc. 1, Glee Club 3, Pep Club
2, Y-Teens 1.
CREMEENS, JANICE: Bible Club 2, Future Homemakers 1, 2.
CIEOECH, MYRTLE: Choir 4, Girls Athletic Assoc. 1, Glee Club
CULP, RONALD L: Advisory Board 1, 2, 3, Choir 3, Skyline
Staff 2, Patron Manager, Intramural Bowling 2, 3, 4, Captain 3.
CUNNINGHAM, BOB: Band 2, 3, 4, Choir 3, 4, Freshmen
Chorus 1, Twirler 2, 3, 4, Drum Major 2, 3, 4, Intramurals
CUSHMAN, MARILYN: Choir 3, 4, Freshmen Chorus 1, Glee
Club 2, Treble Tones 2, 3, 4, Egyptian Music Camp.
CUVELE, THERESA: Business Club 4, Future Homemakers 2, 3,
4, Girls Athletic Assoc. 1, 2, Pep Club 2.
DE BO, GEORGE F.: Advisory Board 2, 3, 4, Rifle Club 1, Golf
Varsity 1, 2, 3, 4, Intramurals: Bowling 3, 4, Champion 3,
Basketball 1, 3, 4, Secretary-Treasurer 3.
DE COOK, JOE: Football 1, Intramurals: Basketball 2, 3, Base-
ball 2, 3, Volleyball 2, 3, Auto Shop Club 3, 4, Vice President,
DE KEYREL, MAURICE: Band 1, 2, Intramurals: Basketball 2,
3, Baseball 2, 3, Volleyball 3.
DENNIS, CHRIS: Future Teachers 4, Lettermen's Club 2, 3, 4,
Rifle Club 4, Thespians 3.
DE PORTER, JERRY: Lettermen's Club 4, Rifle Club 1, Tri-Mic
4, Varsity Tennis 1, 2, 3, 4, Intramurals: Tennis 1, 2, Basket-
ball 1, 2, 3, 4, Ping Pong 2, 3.
DINNEWETH, BOB: Tri-Mic 3, Golf 1, 2.
DOXSEE, BOB: Tri-Mic 4.
DRUMM, HARRY: Future Distributors 4, Reporter Br Historian
4, Key Staff 2, 3, Assistant Sports Editor 3, Pep Club 1, Skyline
Staff 2, 3, Assistant Sports Editor 3, Baseball 1, 2, Football 1,
Intramurals: Softball 3, 4, Basketball 1, 2, 3, Volleyball 1, 2,
3, 4, Bowling 2, 3, 4, Secretary 3, 4.
DUNBAR, FRANK C.: Choir 2, 3, Future Teachers 4, Lettermen's
Club 2, 3, 4, Rifle Club 1, Football 2, 3, 4, Wrestling 1, 2,
Intraimural Volleyball 2, Assistant Physical Education Instruc-
DUNCAN, PAUL: Bible Club 1, 2.
ENGHOLM, MIKE: Future Distributors 4.
ENGLAND, JOSEPH W. fJoeJ: Lettermen's Club 3, 4: Class
Officer 1, 2, Secretary 1, 2: Basketball 1, 2, 31, 4: Baseball 1:
Golf 1, 2, 3, 4: Original Oration 4. Honor Society 4, President.
FAWKS, DAVE: Future Distributors 4.
FISHER, DON: Advisory Board 1, 2, 3, 4: Lettermen's Club 2,
3, 4: Intramural 4: Football 1, 2, 3, 4: Basketball 1, 2, 3: Base-
ball 1, 2, 3, 4: Class Officer 2, Vice President.
FLINN, DORIS: Freshmen Chorus 1.
FOILES, JIMMY: Choir 2, 3, 4: Freshmen Chorus 1: Future Dis-
tributors 4: Rifle Club 1: Intramural 1, 2, 3: Basketball 3: Base-
FORD, NAOMI: Choir 4: Freshmen Chorus 1: Girls Athletic
Assoc. 1: Glee Club 2, 3: Pep Club 1.
FOX, ETTA MARIE: Choir 4: Freshmen Chorus 1: Future Dis-
tributors 4: Glee Club 3.
FRASIER, MERRY: Choir 4, Vice President 4: Freshmen Chorus
1: Girls Athletic Assoc. 1, 2, 3, 4: Glee Club 3, Secretary 35
Key Staff 3, 4: Pep Club 1: Y-Teens 1, 2, 3, 4, Treasurer 4:
Honor Society 4.
FREEBERN, MARGARET: Advisory Board 1: Girls Athletic As-
soc. 1, 2, 3, 4: Panther Parade 4, Business Manager 4: Thespians
3, 4, President 4: Varsity Declamation 3, 4, Represented Comedy
Reading 4: Contest Play 3, 4: Honor Society 4.
FRENCH, CHEROKEE: Lettermen's Club 3, 4: Art Club 1: Foot-
ball 1, 2, 3, 4: Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4: Homecoming Royalty 4:
Sports Royalty 4.
GAGER, JIM: Bio-Chemics 3, 4, Vice President 4: Lettermen's
Club 4: Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4: Football 1, 2, 3, 4: Track 1, 2,
GAUKER, PATRICIA: Future Homemakers 1: Pep Club 1, 2.
GERLOCK, LYLE O.: Business Club 4: Choir 3, 4: Freshmen
Chorus 1: Tri-Mic 3.
GLANZ, HARLAN: Tri-Mic 4.
GOAR, RALPH H.: Bio-Chemics 3: Camera Club 1: Lettermen's
Club 4: Physical Education Teacher 3, 4: Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4:
Tennis 1, 2, 3, 4: Basketball Mgr. 1, 2: Football Mgr. 1: Honor
GOBEN, PERRY F.: Advisory Board 1, alternate 1.
GOETHALS, EDMOUN: Rifle Club 1: Art Club 2.
GOMEZ, JO ANN: Pep Club 1, 2: Skyline Staff 3, 4, Club Editor
3, Co-Editor 4.
GOOCH, PEGGY: Future Homemakers 1: Girls Athletic Assoc.
1, 2, 3, 4.
GREB, BARBARA: Future Homemakers 1: Future Teachers 2, 3,
4, Parlimentarian 3: Girls Athletic Assoc. 1: Kc-Z Staff 2, 3:
Panther Parade 3, Exchange Editor 3: Skyline Sta 3, 4, Index
4: Thespians 3, 4: Debate 1, 2: Extempore Speaking 1: Ora-
torical Declamation 3, 4: Play Stafl' 1, 2, 3, 4.
GULDENPFENNIG, DON: Lettermen's Club 2, 3, 4: Physical
Education Teacher 3, 4: Wrestling 2, 3, 4: Football 2, 3, 4:
Honor Society 4.
HAILEY, ROSS: Key Staff 3, 4: Panther Parade 4: Rifle Club 3:
Skyline Staff 3: Thespians 4: Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4: Basketball
1: Football 1.
HARMON, DOROTHY: Band 1, 2: Bible Club 2, 3, 4, President
3: Future Homemakers 2, 3, 4, Projects and Degree Chairman
4: Pep Club 2: Y-Teens 4: Oratory 4: Poetry 4: Declamation
HARTWELL, JACK: Lettermen's Club 4: Rifle Club 1: Tri-Mic
4: Intramurals 3, 4: Basketball 2: Football Mgr. 4.
HAUMAN, LINDA: Freshmen Chorus 1: Pep Club 1.
HEGWOOD, SANDRA: Future Homemakers 1: Girls Athletic
Assoc. 1, 2, 3, 4, President 4: Library Club 2, 3, 4: Physical
Education Teacher 3.
HERSTEDT, LINNEA: Girls Athletic Assoc. 1, 2, 3, 4: Tennis 1,
2, 3, 4: Art Club 2.
HESSELL, JOYCE: Bio-Chemics 2: Camera Club 2: Future Dis-
tributors 4, Secretary 4.
HESSER, SANDY: Choir 4: Future Homemakers 1, 2, 3: Glee
Club 3, 4.
HIGNIGHT, MELVIN: Football 3.
HOCKER, BILL: Advisory Board 3, 4: Future Distributors 4,
President 4: Key Staff 4: Pep Club 4: Football 1: Rotary 4:
President of Class 4.
HOEHN, JUDI: Girls Athletic Assoc. 1, 2, 3: Key Staff 3, 4,
Co-Editor-in-Chief 4: Library Club 2, 3, 4: Dance Band of
UTHS 1: National Quill 8: Scroll for High School Journalists
4: Honor Society 4.
HOFSTETTER, KEN: Bio-Chemics 3, 4, Treasurer 4: Lettermen's
Club 3, 4: Tri-Mic 4: Football 1, 2, 3, 4: Basketball 2: Intra-
murals 1, 2, 3, 4: Honor Society 4.
HOOGERWERF, TERRY: Track 1, 3.
HOWELL, DAVID R.: Library Club 2, 3, 4, President 4: Rifle
Club 2: Intramurals 1, 2, 3.
HULL, HARRIET: Choir 4: Freshmen Chorus 1: Glee Club 2, 3:
Spanish Club 2.
IRWIN, JAMES: Choir 2, 3, 4: Freshmen Chorus 1.
JAECQUES, FRAN: Bio-Chemics 1, 2, 3, 4: Camera Club 4, Vice
President 4: Choir 4: Girls Athletic Assoc. 1: Glee Club 3:
Rifle Club 4: Skyline Staff 2.
JAMISON, LINDA: Camera Club 2: Freshmen Chorus 1: Span-
ish Club 2, 3.
JANOWSKI, DONALD: Band 2, 3, 4: Freshmen Chorus 1: Let-
termen's Club 4: Football 2, 3, 4: Intramurals 2, 3.
JOHNSON, JAMES Uimjz Lettermen's Club 2, 3, 4: Football
1, 2, 3, 4: Wrestling 1, 2, 3, 4.
JONES, KAY: Girls Athletic Assoc. 2, 3: Pep Club 1.
JONES, LENOLEE: Future Nurses 1.
JONES, RONALD QRonJ V
KALLMAN, SANDRA: Bible Club 1, 4: Business Club 2, 3:
Choir 3, 4: Freshmen Chorus 1: Future Homemakers 1, 2, 3, 4,
Assistant Historian 2, Reporter 3, Secretary 4: Girls Athletic
Assoc. 1: Glee Club 2: Pep Club 1, 2: Treble Tones 2, 3, 4.
KAY, WAYNE: Tri-Mic 3, 4: Cross-Country 3.
KELLEY, KAREN: Choir 3, 4: Freshmen Chorus 1: Girls Ath-
letic Assoc. 1: Glee Club 2: Pep Club 1: Art Club 2, 4.
KELLEY, SUSAN: Bible Club 1, 4: Business Club 2, 3, 4: Camera
Club 4, Treasurer: Choir 3, 4: Freshmen Chorus 1: Future
Homemakers 1, 2, 3, 4, Historian 2, Secretary 3: Girls Athletic
Assoc. 1: Glee Club 2: Pep Club 1, 2: Rifle Club 4: Skyline
Staff 2, 3: Thespians 3, 4, Treasurer: Treble Tones 2, 3, 4:
Declamation 4: Honor Society 4.
KENNEDY, ROBERT E. fBobJ: Lettermen's Club 3, 4, Treasurer
4: Football 1, 2, 3, 4: Basketball 1, 2: Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4:
Wrestling 3: Junior Rotarian 4: Class Officer 2, 4: Homecoming
King 4: Gym Instructor 3, 4: Honor Society, Treasurer 4.
KERR, DUARD: Future Distributors 4, President 4.
KICKSEY, JOY: Bio-Chemics 2: Business Club 4: Choir 4: Fresh-
men Chorus 1: Glee Club 2, 3: Panther Parade 3, Editor 3: Pep
Club 1, 2.
KIHLER CULLEN, LYNNA: Advisory Board 1, 2: Band 1, 2:
Future Homemakers 1, 2: Girls Athletic Assoc. 1, 2: Pep Club
KINCAID, FERN: Future Distributors 4, Vice President: Future
Homemakers 1: Skyline Staff 2, 3, 4, Club Editor 4.
KING, MARTHA fMartyJ: Business Club 3: Freshmen Chorus
1: Girls Athletic Assoc. 1, 2, 33 Key Staff 3, 4: Pep Club 1, 2:
Y-Teens 1, 2, 3.
KRANTZ, GARY: Rifle Club 1: Tri-Mic 3.
LAFOUNTAIN, KAREN: Choir 4: Communications 3, 4: Fresh-
men Chorus 1: Girls Athletic Assoc. 1, 2, 33 Glee Club 2, 3:
Pep Club 2: Art Club 2, 4, Vice President 4.
LAIRD, LINDA: Advisory Board 1, 2: Bible Club 2, 3, 4, Quiz
Team 3, 4, President 4: Business Club 2: Camera Club 1, 2:
Choir 3, 4, Accompianist 3, 4, President 4: Freshmen Chorus 1,
Accompianist: Future Homemakers 2, 3: Future Nurses 2, 3:
Glee Club 2, Accompianist: Key Staff 2, 3: Pep Club 1: Treble
Tones 2, 3, 4, Accompianist: Organist 1, 2, 3, 4: Choralettes 3,
Accompianist: Honor Society 4.
LALEMAN, MARIE: Choir 4: Future Homemakers 2, 3, 4: Girls
Athletic Assoc. 1, 2: Glee Club 3.
LANCASTER, JERRY: Advisory Board 2, 33 Choir 2, 33 Com-
munications 3, 43 Freshmen Chorus 13 Lettermen's Club 3, 43
Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4.
LASEK, BARBARA: Choir 43 Freshmen Chorus 13 Girls Athletic
Assoc. 1, 2, 3, 43 Glee Club 2, 3, Librarian 23 Pep Club 23
Y-Teens 2, 3.
LAWRENCE, WARREN fBunnyJ: Band 4, COIPOIHIQ Camera
Club 1, 4g Intramurals 2, 3, 43 Hill-Rockers 3, 4.
LEASENBY, CORALIE: Choir 43 Girls Athletic Assoc. 33 Glee
Club 2, 33 Declamation 4.
LEE, GWEN: Future Teachers 2 3, Treasurer 33 Girls Athletic
Assoc. 1, 2, 3, 43 Panther Parade 3, 43 Tennis Team 1, 2, 3, 4g
Honor Society 4.
LEE, LOUVENIA: Glee Club 2.
LITTLE, BILL fSnookieJ: Future Distributors 3, 4, Sergeant at
Arms3 Pep Club 23 Skyline Staff 2, Assistant Sports Editor3
Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 43 Basketball3 Softball3 Bowling3 Ping-Pong.
LITTLE, BONNIE: Band 1, 23 Future Distributors 4, Treasurer
43 Pep Club 1.
LODING, JANET: Advisory Board 2, 3, 4, Quint-City 3, Secretary
43 Freshmen Chorus 11 Future Homemakers 11 Girls Athletic
Assoc. 1, 2, 3, 4, Secretary 3, Executive Board 43 Library Club
2, 3, 4, State Recording Secretary 4, Treasurer 4g Pep Club 1,
23 Cheerleader 1, 2, 3, 43 Tennis Team 2, 3, 43 Homecoming
Princess 43 Honor Society 4, Secretary.
LORIMER, DAVID B.: Thespians 43 Tri-Mic 3, 4.
LUEDERS, BARBARA: Business Club 1, 2, 3, 43 Freshmen Chorus
13 Girls Athletic Assoc. 1, 2, 3, 43 Key Staff 3, 4, Reporter 3,
Sports Editor 43 Pep Club 1, 23 Quill and Scroll National Journ-
alism Society 3, 43 Homecoming Royalty 4.
LYDON, PAT: Choir 43 Future Homemakers 2, 3, 43 Girls Ath-
letic Assoc. 1, 23 Glee Club 2, 3.
MATTAN, ROBERT E.: Rifle Club 2.
MCCREIGHT, LOIS: Advisory Board 2, 3, 4, Treasurer 43 Band
1, 2, 33 Choir 4g Future Homemakers 13 Future Teachers 2, 3,
4, Vice President 3, President 43 Girls Athletic Assoc. 1, 2, 3, 43
Panther Parade 4, Editor 43 Pep Club 2, 33 Skyline Staff 23
Thespians 43 Y-Teens 1, 2, 3, Secretary 23 Trebletones 2, 3, 43
Declamation 2, 3, 43 Oratory 3, 43 Homecoming Royalty 43
Tennis Team 1, 2, 33 Honor Society 4.
MCKEE, LINDA: Band 13 Girls Athletic Assoc. 1, 33 Future
MCLEAN, PAULA: Freshmen Chorus 13 Future Distributors 1,
Reporter, Secretary 43 Glee Club 3.
MCMILLIN, SHARON: Business Club 3, 4, President 43 Future
Homemakers 1, 2, 3, 4g Girls Athletic Assoc. 1, 2, 3, 43 Key
Staff 3 4, Reporter 3, Assistant Sports Editor 43 Pep Club 1, 23
Homecoming Royalty 43 Honor Society 4.
MCMULLIN, VIVIAN: Business Club 2, 3, Secretary 33 Fresh-
men Chorus 13 Girls Athletic Assoc. 1, 2, 3, 43 Key Staff 3, 4,
Assistant Feature Editor 3, Editor-in-chief 43 Pep Club 23 Y-
Teens 3, 43 Tennis 1, 2, 33 Play Staff 43 Quill and Scroll 3, 43
Honor Society 4.
MELLINGER, GARY: Lettermen's Club 2, 3, 4.
MEYERS, JOHN: Choir 33 Freshmen Chorus 13 Pep Club 1.
MEYER, LARRY3 Lettermen's Club 43 Tri-Mic 4, Vocational Ma-
chine Shop Representative 43 Football 43 Baseball 3, 43 Wrestl-
ing 43 Honor Society 4.
MILLER GARY: Choir 2, 3, 43 Freshmen Chorus 13 Ride Club
2, 43 Spanish Club 43 Wrestling 2.
MILLER, JOHN R.: Bible Club 43 Choir 3, 43 Freshmen Chorus
MILLER, JUDITH: Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Corporal 43 Choir 43 Girls
Athletic Assoc. 1, 2, 3, 43 Key Staff 4, Circulation Exchange
Manager 43 Y-Teens 2, 3. '
MITTON, MARIE: Camera Club 43 Future Teachers 3, 4, Histor-
ian 43 Girls Athletic Assoc. 13 Panther Parade 33 Honor Society
MOELLER, SANDRA: Bible Club 2, Secretary 3: Future Distrib-
MORRILL, HUGH: Band 1, 2, 33 Thespians 3.
MORRISON, ROSEMARY 1RosieJ: Future Homemakers 13 Fu-
ture Teachers 43 Girls Athletic Assoc. 1, 2, 3, 43 Pep Club 23
Tennis Team 1, 2, 3, 43 Cheerleader 1, 2, 3, 43 Homecoming
Royalty 43 G.A.A. Royalty 43 National Honor Society 4.
MORTHLAND, DALE: Choir 3, 43 Freshmen Chorus 1.
MUELLER, GAROLD E.: Advisory Board 13 Choir 3, 43 Fresh-
men Chorus 13 Lettermen's Club 3, 43 Library Club 33 Football
1, 2, 3, 43 Basketball 23 Baseball 1, 2, 3, 43 Wrestling 3, 4.
MURRAY, JIM: Tri-Mic 3, 4, Treasurer 4.
NACHE, MANUELA: Band 1, 2g Future Homemakers 13 Girls
Athletic Assoc. 1, 23 Spanish Club 1, 2, 3, 4.
NELSEN, BARBARA JEAN: Choir 43 Freshmen Chorus 13 Fu-
ture Distributors 43 Future Nurses 2, 33 Glee Club 2, 33 Rifle
Club 33 Y-Teens 1.
OLTMAN, JIM: Lettermen's Club 2, 3, 4, Vice President 43
Football 1, 2, 3, 43 Basketball 1, 2, 3, 43 Baseball 23 Home-
coming Prince 4.
ORTIZ, ERNESTINE: Freshmen Chorus 13 Girls Athletic Assoc.
1, 2, 33 Spanish Club 1, 2, 3, 4.
PARK, CAROLYN: Choir 43 Freshmen Chorus 13 Girls Athletic
Assoc. 1, 2, 33 Glee Club 2, 33 Pep Club 2.
PARKER, RON: Intramurals 1, 3, 4.
PAULSEN, HAROLD S.: Lettermen's Club 3, 4g Football 2, 5, 43
Basketball 1, 2, 3, 43 Track 1, 2, 3, 4.
PEACOCK, RONNIE: Lettermen's Club 3, 43 Tri-Mic 3, 4.
PENCA, EDRISE LYNN: Girls Athletic Assoc. 1, 23 Declamation
23 Junior Achievement 3, 4.
PENDERSON, CAROL: Advisory Board 13 Bible Club 1, 23 Choir
3, 43 Freshmen Chorus 13 Future Homemakers 1, 23 Glee Club
PETTYJOHN, BILL: Freshmen Chorus
PHELPS, GARY: Bible Club lg Camera Club 13 Pep Club 13 Tri-
Mic 3, 4.
PHILLIPS, BETTY: Freshmen Chorus 13 Y-Teens 1.
PICON, FELIX: Lettermen's Club 3, 4.
PILCHER, BERNARD: Choir 2, 3, 43 Freshmen Chorus 1.
POELVOORDE, JOYCE: Future Homemakers 1, 2, 33 Girls Ath-
letic Assoc. 1.
POELVOORDE, NORENE: Business Club 3, 43 Future Home-
makers 1, 2, 33 Girls Athletic Assoc. 2, 3, 43 Key Staff 4g Pep
Club 1, 2, Art Club 4.
PONCE, BETTY: Band 1, 23 Future Distributors 4, Treasurer3
Future Homemakers 1, 23 Girls Athletic Assoc. 1, 2, 33 Pep
Club 1, 2.
PORTER, WILLIAM: Lettermen's Club
PRINCELL, JOHN: Tri-Mic 3, 4.
RAGAN, LINDA: Future Homemakers
Recreation 43 Girls Athletic Assoc. 1,
3, 4, Secretary 43 Pep Club 2.
RAMEY, LOIS: Future Distributors 4,
Assoc. 13 Pep Club 1, 2.
RAMIREZ, FELIX: Spanish Club 2, 3, 4,
RAMSEY, J. D.
RANGEL, HENRY: Key Staff 2, 3, 4,
men's Club 3, 43 Panther Parade 3, 4,
3, 43 Tri-Mic 4.
1, 2, 3, 4, Historian 3,
2, 3, 43 Library Club 2,
Reporter3 Girls Athletic
Secretary 4g Tri-Mic 3, 4.
Key Kartoonist3 Letter-
Illustrator, Cover Artist.
RANGEL, JOE: Spanish Club 2, 3, 4, Vice President 3, President
43 Tri-Mic 39 Art Club 4.
RANGEL, JOE M.: Spanish Club 4g Art Club 2, 4, Treasurer 4.
RASKE, THOMAS A.
REYES, ELENOR: Choir 3, 43 Girls Athletic Assoc. 33 Glee Club
23 Spanish Club 2, 3.
RIPKA, LARRY F.: Tri-Mic 3, 4, President 4.
RIVERS, HELENE. Advisory Board 1,
2, Pekin District Repre-
sentative3 Bible Club 13 Business Club 43 Camera Club 43 Choir
3, 4, Secretary 33 Freshmen Chorus 13 Future Homemakers 1, 2,
3, 4, Treasurer 2, Vice President 33 Girls Athletic Assoc. 1, 4g
Glee Club 1, 2, Secretary 23 Pep Club 1, 23 Rifle Club 43 Sky-
line Staff 2, 3, 4, Activities Editor 3, 4g Thespians 43 Treble-
tones 2, 3, 4.
ROBINSON, KEITH: Advisory Board 2, 3, 4, Vice President 43
Choir 23 Freshmen Chorus 13 Lettermen's Club 43 Tennis Team
1, 2, 3, 43 Gym Instructor 4.
ROBINSON, JIM: Tri-Mic 3, 4, Reporter 3, 4.
ROBINSON, TOM: Tri-Mic 3, 4.
ROBINSON, VERNON: Choir 43 Plays 3.
ROBYT, TOM: Choir 2, 3, 43 Freshmen Chorus 13 Rifle Club 3,
43 Choralettes 33 Honor Society 4.
ROGERS, ED: Future Distributors 4.
ROSE, JUDITH ANN: Girls Athletic Assoc. 13 Panther Parade
33 Thespians 43 Declamation 2, 3, 43 Secretary of Senior Class
4, Honor Society 4.
ROSENBERGER, NANCY: Business Club 3, 4, Secretary 43 Choir
43 Freshmen Chorus 13 Girls Athletic Assoc. 1, 2, 3, 43 Glee
Club 2, 33 Pep Club 1, 2.
ROSS, JACKIE: Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Sergeant 43 Bio-Chemics 2, 3,
4, Secretary 3, President 43 Camera Club 3, 4, President 43
Declamation 1, 23 Future Nurses 2, 33 Girls Athletic Assoc. 23
Key Staff 2, 33 Skyline Staff 2, 3, 43 Bohemian Band 2, 43 Pep
Band 1, 23 Debate 2, 43 Band Contest 3, 43 Honor Society 4.
ROSSI, LEONA: Girls Athletic Assoc. 13 Skyline Staff 2, 3, 4,
Co-Editor 43 Quill 8: Scroll 3, 43 Honor Society 4.
ROSSON, SHARON: Business Club 2, 33 Girls Athletic Assoc.
1, 2, 3, 43 Pep Club 1 2.
RULE, WALTER: Tri-Mic 3.
RUSK, CHARLES ARNOLD: Future Distributors 4.
RYNARD, JANICE: Band 1, 2, 33 Camera Club 43 Future Home-
makers 1, 23 Future Teachers 2, 3, 4, Librarian 43 Girls Athletic
Assoc. 1, 2, 33 Key Staff 33 Pep Club 1, 2, 33 Skyline Staff 23
Y-Teens 1, 2, 3, 4.
SABLE, ADELE: Choir 43 Freshmen Chorus 13 Future Teachers
2, 33 Glee Club 2, 33 Panther Parade 4, Subscription Manager
43 Thespians 3, 4, Vice President 43 Declamation 1, 2, 3, 4,
Serious Representative 43 Poetry 3, 43 Original Oration 4, 3rd.
place Quint-City3 Plays 3, 43 Play Staff 33 Oration 33 Honor
SABLE, ERNA fErnieJ: Business Club 4g Camera Club 1, 2, 43
Choir 43 Freshmen Chorus 13 Future Homemakers 1, 2, 3, 43
Girls Athletic Assoc. 1, 23 Glee Club 2, 33 Pep Club 13 Skyline
Staff 4, Typist.
SAHR, DENNIS fDennyJ: Advisory Board 33 Lettermen's Club
2, 3, 4, President 43 Tri-Mic 3, Vice President 33 Basketball 1,
2, 3, 43 Football 1, 2, 3, 43 Tennis Team 3, 43 Homecoming
Royalty 43 G.A.A. King 43 National Honor Society 4.
SANDERS, DUANE: Band 1, 2, 33 Rifle Club 13 Skyline Staff 23
Intramurals 3, 43 Wrestling 23 Baseball 43 Hill-Rockers 3, 4.
SANDERS, RALPH A.: Lettermen's Club 3, 4.
SCHLAF, RODGER: Bio-Chemics 33 Camera Club 3.
SCHLEETER, GARY: Library Club 23 Rifle Club 1, 2, 3.
SCOTT, JOANNE: Advisory Board 13 Choir 4, Robe Chairman3
Freshmen Chorus 13 Future Nurses 2, 3, 4, Secretary-Treasurer
33 Girls Athletic Assoc. 1, 3, 43 Glee Club 2, 33 Panther Parade
43 Skyline Staff 2, 3, Soph. Editor 33 Declamation 13 Honor
SEARS, PETE: Tri-Mic 3, 4.
SHANNON, AURELIA: Girls Athletic Assoc. 33 Pep Club 2.
SHEA, MICHAEL C.: Advisory Board 43 Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Lieut.
43 Bio-Chemics 33 Pep Club 23 Rifle Club 13 Pep Band 2, 3, 43
Dance Band 43 Honor Society 43 Hill-Rockers 3, 4.
SMITH, SANDRA: Bible Club 33 Business Club 33 Future Nurses
SNYDER, NADINE SUE: Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Corporal 43 Choir 43
Girls Athletic Assoc. 13 Pep Club 13 Dance Band 1, 3, 43 Pep
Band 1, 2, 3, 4.
SPANGLER, RICHARD: Play 4.
SPURR, EDWIN R.: Skyline Staff 3, Photographer.
STANG, JANET: Band 2, 3, 43 Choir 43 Girls Athletic Assoc.
13 Glee Club 33 Pep Club 13 Skyline Staff 3.
STIENER, GARY fSnifferJ: Future Distributors 4, Vice President
43 Lcttermen's Club 2, 3, 43 Wrestling3 Golf: Homecoming
Royalty 43 G.A.A. Royalty 4.
STIRRATT, ROBERT: Choir 2, 33 Freshmen Chorus 13 Future
STOEDTER, BEVERLY: Freshmen Chorus 13 Glee Club 2, 3:
Rifle Club 23 Art Club 2.
STONE, PHIL: Lettermen's Club 43 Play 43 Honor Society 4.
STRIBBLING, ROBERT L.: Tri-Mic 43 Intramurals 3, 4.
SUCHY, JERRY: Intramurals 1, 2.
SUHR, LEONARD: Band 1, 2, 33 Future Distributors 43 Intra-
murals 3, 4.
SULLIVAN, BOB: Advisory Board 1, 2, 3, 4, Vice President 3,
President 4: Band 1, 23 Thespians 43 Honor Society 4.
SUSS, KAREN: Band 1, 2, 3: Future Homemakers 13 Future
Teachers 3, 43 Girls Athletic Assoc. 1, 2, 3, 4g Pep Club 13
Y-Teens 2, 3.
SUTTON, VIRGINIA: Choir 43 Freshmen Chorus 13 Future Dis-
tributors 43 Glee Club 2, 3, President 3.
TANK, JAMES H.: Choir 2, 3, 43 Freshmen Chorus 13 Rifle Club
1, 2, 3.
TANK, JOANNE: Future Distributors 4, Reporter: Future Home-
makers 1, 23 Pep Club 13 Y-Teens 1, 2.
TONE, RANSOM L.: Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Officer 43 Intramurals 3.
TROUT, RONALD: Band 1, 2, 3, 43 Bio-Chemics 23 Camera Club
33 Rifle Club 2.
TWOREK, DANIEL S.: Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Band Olfrcer 43 German
Band 43 Intramurals 4.
TYNER, DAVID: Intramural Basketball 2, 3, 4, Captain 4g Intra.
Ping Pong 2, 4, 2nd place: Intra. Softball 2.
VALDES, EMMA: Girls Athletic Assoc. 1, 23 Skyline Staff 43
Spanish Club 1, 2, 3, 43 Art Club 3, 4.
VALENTINE, JIM: Band 1, 2, 3, 43 Tennis 1, 2, 3, 4.
VAN DE WOESTYNE, HENRY: Tri-Mic 3.
VICKERS, RICHARD: Bio-Chemics 43 Camera Club 43 Choir 2,
33 Freshmen Chorus 1.
WAEYAERT, RONALD G.: Choir 2, 3, 43 Freshmen Chorus 13
Future Distributors 4, President 2nd semester.
WATERMAN, DIANE: Business Club 33 Future Teachers 43 Girls
Athletic Assoc. 1, 2, 3, 43 Key Staff 3, 4, Feature Editor 43
Panther Parade 4, Editorial Board 43 Y-Teens 1, 2, 3, 43 Art
Club 4, Secretary 43 Quill Br Scroll National Journalism Society
3, 43 Homecoming Royalty 43 Honor Society 4.
WEST, SHELVA QTransferJ: Band 13 Future Homemakers 13
Glee Club 23 Student Council 1, 3, Secretary-Treasurer, Vice
President 33 Honor Society 4.
WICKERSHAM, JOHN: Pep Club 2, Rise Club 1.
WILKENS, BONNIE: Camera Club 13 Choir 3, 4, Librarian 43
Freshmen Chorus 13 Girls Athletic Assoc. 1, 2, 3, 43 Glee Club
23 Key Staff 2, 3, 43 Panther Parade 43 Pep Club 1, 23 Thespians
3, 4, Secretary 43 Y-Teens 1, 2, 33 Cheerleader 13 Original Ora-
tion 43 Original Monologue 43 After Dinner Speaking 43 Varsity
Declamation 3, 43 Plays 3, 43 Trebletones 2, 3, 43 Homecoming
Royalty 43 National Honor Society 4.
WILKINSON, MELVYN: Band 1, 2, 3, 43 Bible Club 43 Choir
2, 3, 43 Dance Band 4.
WILLIAMS, SHARON: Future Distributors 4.
WILLIAMS, SONDRA: Choir 4, Librarian 43 Freshmen Chorus
13 Future Homemakers 13 Glee Club 2, 3, Librarian 2, 33 Pep
Club 1, 2.
WILLY, GLADYS: Bible Club 1, 2, 3, 43 Glee Club 2, 5.
WILSON, SHARON: Choir 43 Comn1unications fRadi0J 32 Fresh-
men Chorus 13 Girls Athletic Assoc. 13 Glee Club 2, 3.
WINTHURST, MARSHA: Bible Club 1, 23 Choir 43 Future
Homemakers 1, 23 Glee Club 3.
WOOLEY, SHARON: Future Nurses 23 Girls Athletic Assoc. 1,
2, 33 Skyline Staff 3, 4, Patrons 8: Business MZHSQCIQ Declama-
tion 2, 33 Oratorical Declamation 4.
WRIEDT, EDWARD: Tri-Mic 1, 2.
YORK, ROXANNE: Advisory Board 1, 2, 43 Bible Club 43
Camera Club 1, 23 Choir 3, 4, Librarian 3, 43 Freshmen Chorus
1, Secretary 13 Future Homemakers 2, 33 Girls Athletic Assoc.
1, 2, 3, 43 Glee Club 23 Key Stall' 2, 33 Pep Club 1, 23 Thes-
pians 3, 43 Y-Teens 2, 33 Trebletones 2, 3, 43 Honor Society 4.
ZIMMERMAN, MARLENE: Business Club 43 Future Homemak-
ers 23 Girls Athletic Assoc. 1, 2.
PATREIN5 CIF THE 1958 SKYLINE
We, the Skyline staff, sincerely thank all our patrons for their interest and cooperation.
Deep appreciation also goes to the Len Brown Studio and to Wagners Printers for their
help in producing this book.
Wendt's Appliance and Floor Covering
609 15th Avenue, East Moline
Warren Sales Company
734 15th Avenue, East Moline
Hunter's Barber Shop
Oscar's Barber Shop
932 15th Avenue, East Moline
Wm. J. Heald
551 15th Avenue, East Moline
Bob Cobert's Mens Wear
844 15th Avenue, East Moline
L 8: L Clothing Store
936 15th Avenue, East Moline
La Rue Shop
835 15th Avenue, East Moline
821 15th Avenue, East Moline
Stine the Tailor
841 15th Avenue, East Moline
Square Deal Coal Co.
709 15th Avenue, East Moline
Oltman's Do-Nut and Ice Cream Shop
744 16th Avenue, East Moline
1509V2 7th Street, East Moline
Van Hoe Funeral Home
1500 6th Street, East Moline
McBall Furniture Store
1516 7th Street, East Moline
Tri-City Packing Co.
754 15th Avenue, East Moline
1509 7th Street, East Moline
Sable's Jewelry Store
908 15th Avenue, East Moline
Vande Voorde jeweler's
1511 7th Street, East Moline
Mercury Loan Co.
661 15th Avenue, East Moline
East Moline Herald
822 15th Avenue, East Moline
Knoblock Poultry Market
837 15th Avenue, East Moline
655 15th Avenue, East Moline
Breezy Hollow Inn
1440 18th Avenue, East Moline
1515 7th Street, East Moline
1620 7th Street, East Moline
Bordner Shell Service
705 16th Avenue, East Moline
DePoorters Standard Service
807 15th Avenue, East Moline
Gyslands Skelly Service
660 17th Avenue, East Moline
Normans 66 Service
16th Avenue and 7th Street, East Moline
Wilson's Friendly DX Service
655 17th Avenue, East Moline
Norlin's Shoe Store
830 15th Avenue, East Moline
Sproul's Paint and Wallpaper
912 15th Avenue, East Moline
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