United Township High School - Skyline Yearbook (East Moline, IL)
- Class of 1962
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stultifying a yearbook for the sole purpose of impressing a rating service or
imitating the past would appear to be a shallow and unrewarding experience.
themes that are congruent, harmonious and which lend themselves easily to the
compilation of an outstanding annual are both to be admired and emulated.
however, we the staff and sponsor, of this year's SKYLINE feel that our yearbook
this year is more a permanent and lasting record of the endeavors, accomplish-
ments, and triumphs of the students, teachers, and administrators of United
township high school and in presenting this overall record to you we hope you
are both pleased and enlightened by what has occurred during the 1961-1962
school year at U.T.H.S.
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MRS. IESSIE FREDERICK: The 1962 Slcyline staff
dedicated this yearbook to you. In your years at
U.T .H .S ., your outstanding service and devotion have
merited you with the respect and appreciation of .stu-
dents, faculty, and community. With great pride and
honor, we congratulate you for your high ideals of
teaching and sincerely hope that the future will be
as prosperous and fulfilling as the years gone by.
With careful consideration, Mrs. Frederick
helps Prose Readers, Betty Gager and Alice
Nelson, to select suitable short stories.
"Ideals are like stars, you
will not succeed in touching
them with your hands. But
like the seafaring man on
the desert of waters, you
choose them as your guides,
and following them you will
reach your destiny?
While teaching five classes a day and
coaching speech students 1S hectic work
Mrs. Frederick finds lunch time
pleasant period of relaxation.
What is done in our classrooms today will be
Mrs. Frederick attended Illinois State Normal Uni-
versity for two years and then graduated from the
University of Illinois after two additional years. She
also obtained her mastefs degree from the University
At the beginning of her teaching career, she taught
English and Speech at Rankin, Illinois and also directed
Dramatics. While at East Moline, she has taught
Iunior Composition A, Public Speaking, and English
Literature. In addition, she has devoted her coaching
time to Declamation, Prose Reading, Original Oration,
Original Monologue, Poetry, After-dinner Speaking,
and American Legion Oratory. y
Under her guidance, East Moline has advanced and
prospered in the area of Speech. She has been in-
strumental in entering U.T.H.S. in all speech activities
at the district, sectional, and state levels. During her
coaching at Rankin and East 'Moline, her speech Stu-
dents have won first, second, or third place in In-
dividual Events at the State Speech Finals.
With such an outstanding career in the teaching
profession, Mrs. Frederick symbolizes the word
"teacher.', Teachers might be considered craftsmen
rather than instructors. They shape the minds of our
youth and prepare them to meet the challenges of the
coming years. Thus, the entire future owes its success
or failure to the standards our teachers set up. As long
as our youth continue to receive expert knowledge and
the high ideals of life from such devoted teachers as
Mrs. Frederick, our country and its citizens can con-
tinue the quest for peace and fulfillment.
reflected in the success or failure of civilization tomorrow.
"Not what we have, but
what we useg Not what we
see, but what we choose,
These are the things that
mar or bless the sum of
An interesting interpretation of this Declama-
tion by Mrs. Frederick encourages speech stu-
dents, Cayle Hamerlinck and Andrea Lundeen,
to continue their efforts in Comedy Reading.
As the school day closes Mrs Frederick
aided by Alice Nelson prepares to retum
home. In spite of a stack of unior
Themes to grade, she manages to smile
By these footsteps a sagacious mind may easily find all other matters. Lucretius, The Nature
Good master, while we do admire
This virtue df this moral discipline,
Let's be no stoics nor no stocks,
or so devoted to Aristotlels checks
As Ovid be an outcast quite abiuredg
Balk logic with acquaintance that you have
And practice rhetoric in your common talk,
Music if poetry use to quicken you,
The mathematics if the metaphysics,
Fall to them as you find your stomach serves youg
No profit grows where is no pleasure to 'en:
In brief sir, study what you most affect.
Shakespeare, The Taming of the Shrew
And 'twas so in former times, for as Plutarch says, that Greek dv-
Scholar were terms of reproach and contempt amongst the Romans. But
whence it should come to pass, that a mind enriched with knowledge of so
many things should not become more quick and sprightly, and that a gross
and vulgar understanding should lodge within it, without correcting and im-
proving itself, all the discourses if judgments of the greatest minds the world
ever had, I am yet to seek. X
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the clown, waiting till the river shall have flowed outg but the river still runs
on, and will run on, with constant course, to ages without end. V
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Constantly consider how all things such as they now are, in
time past also were, and consider that they will be the same
again. And place before thy eyes entire dramas and stages of
the same form, whatever thou hast learned from thy experience
or from older history, for example the who e court of Hadrian,
and the whole court of Antoninus, and the whole court of Philip,
Alexander, Croesusg for all those were such dramas as we see
now, only with different actors.
Marcus Aurelius, Meditations
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Do we not see that rnanls nature asks no more than that, free from
bodily pain, he may exercise his mind agreeably, exempt from fear
and anxiety.-Lucretius, The Nature of Things.
He who is his own friend is a friend of everybody else.-Seneca,
Happy is he who has discovered the causes of things and tramples
under foot all fear, all concern, as to inexorable fate.fVirgil, Georg.
I want to know the steps whereby man passed from barbarism to
Think nothing done, if anything is left to do.-Lucan. no
For who is there that antiquity, sealed and attested with so many
glorious monuments, cannot move?-Cicero, DeDivin.
Cefzlem Representatives Defect Selma! Poleey
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MB. CLAIR MCCREIGHT MR. P. I. PHILHOVVER
Superintendent of United Township High School Business Manager
North and South Campus North and South Campus
Under the guidance of these four, school functions are
efficiently managed and co-ordinated.
MR. IACK EVANS MR. HAROLD COLLINS
Building Principal Building Principal
South Campus North Campus
HARVEY L. PIERSON
While each student never comes in close con-
tact with every teacher at UTHS, every student
is familiar with his advisor. Advisors play an
important role in man student activities, such
as planning class schecllules, conferring on scho-
lastic progress, recording absences and tardies,
discussing personal problems, supervising stu-
dent activities, directing testing programs, and
planning assembly programs. Another vital
phase of an advisor's job is to provide the
link between student, teacher, and parent.
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College Prep. English
jr. Composition B
Since proper use of the English language is the foundation
for every other course, the English department is one of the
largest and most important at U.T.H.S. Many earieties of courses
in this field are offered to students, aside from the regular 335
years required for graduation. These varieties include American
and English Literature, journalism, Puhlic Speaking, Acting,
Play Production, and Radio VVorkshop. Not shown in this depart-
ment. are Sophomore advisor Marjorie Pierce, French teacher
Clair Somers, Latin teacher Fern McNah, and History teacher
XVith a big smile Mrs. Frederick greets her guests at open house.
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Sr. Composition B
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MARY B. EASTER Mr, Kivisto's grade book provides interesting reading for these PATRICIA SHORB
North CUWIPUS students. North Campus
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College Prep. English
For the last four years, Freshmen and Sophomores have
been offered the opportunity of participating in accelerated Eng-
lisl1 courses designed for college preparation. Likewise, all
capable juniors and Seniors are encouraged to enroll in Composi-
tion A where the many themes, paragraphs, lecturettes, and drills
give college bound students an insight into college English
courses. Students who are not planning on further education
after high school receive instruction in correct English usage.
Grades, student weaknesses, forthcoming assignments and many
other subjects are discussed at open house by Mr. Stevens
labovel and Mr. Soules lbelowl.
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DONNA KUHN MARY JANE GAITENS
North Campus North Campus
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Graduation at U.T.H.S. requires a minimum of 255
years in social studies-XVorld History, American History,
and U.S. Gocernment. Designed as detailed studies of
the United States, and other nations, in their relation to
the past and present, these courses help the student
understand situations in our world today. Current event
newspapers and magazines are discussed weekly in this
Mr. Burke and his assistant puzzle over a perplexing question
at Open House.
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Beginning Social Studies
As a supplement to his required social studies
courses, ecery student at U.T.H.S. is encouraged to en-
roll in any of three additional social .studies classes. The
first of these, beginning social studies, is offered in the
freshman year primarily as a preparation for the three
required courses. The other two are Sociology and Eco-
nomics, designed mainly as college preparatory courses.
It is evident that mother wishes she were in Mr, Peterhoff's
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Girls Physical Education
It is widely agreed upon that a strong body must
house a strong mind. The U.T.H.S. Physical Education
department, in response to this necessity, assumes the re-
sponsibility of supplying physical training and skills that
are lacking in other high school courses. Since every stu-
dent who does not possess a doctoris excuse is required to
take P.E. all four years, a large number of teachers and
assistants are necessary to handle all the classes. College
practice teachers frequently aid in class also.
Dressed up for Open House, Miss Michalski looks almost like a
different teacher than the one who wears sports clothes in class.
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Boys Physical Education
Few other departments offer such a wide variety of chal-
lenging activities as does the P.E. department at U.T.H.S. Since
there is such a great number of sports participated in during
the year only the major ones can be listed here. In the girls
P.E. these include volleyball, basketball, golf, modern dancing,
field hockey, tennis, ball calisthenics, and the all-time favorite-
trampoline workouts. For the boys several of these same ac-
tivities are used, plus such activities as handball, wrestling, base-
ball, football, and the all-too-familiar daily calisthenics. Class-
room units such as first aid and health are also emphasized.
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This piece of equipment is used in drivers training by Mr. Faley
and Mr. Brooks.
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Following the national trend that emphasizes the need for
scientists and discoveries, our science department today en-
courages all its .students to continue their studies in any .scientific
field after graduation from U.T.H.S. With the fine background
offered in this department, no student can fail to appreciate the
value of an education in science. General Science, Biology,
Chemistry, Physics, and Physics-Math compose the list of courses
offered. Accelerated students, instead of studying general sci-
ence, are enrolled in biology their freshman year, chemistry their
sophomore year, and physics-math their junior year, allowing one
yearls study in an advanced science course. Excellent labora-
tories, greenhouse, and other facilities are provided.
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educational aids in this department.
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Because mathematics has so many practical uses in everyday
life, and because specialized mathematics are so necessary in
industry and vocations, this department is an important one at
U.T.II.S. Beginning with his freshman year, a stuclent chooses
among such courses as general math, algebra, geometry, trigo-
nonzetry, and college math. Only in the freshman year is math
requirezl of all stialenls. In the math rlepartment, too, are ac-
celerated stzalents prociflefl with special opportunities of receiv-
ing 115 year of algebra and geometry each in one year. Absent
are lVallace lVilson and aclcisor Merlin Nelson.
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Watching Mr. Hess intently at Open House are Tom VanDe-
Venter and his parents.
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From the look on Miss Howard's face, it is apparent that this
student's grim expectations were groundless.
North if South Campus
iVith the addition of many new facilities at the South
Campus last .year, commercial students now haue greater op-
portunities than euer to successfully prepare for vocations in
the business world. Designed to educate mainly those students
not planning on college after graduation, the commercial depart-
ment concentrates on specialized courses that will aid in finding
jobs after high school. The department does, however, offer
personal typing to those who expect to use this training for col-
lege assignments. Some examples of the many business courses
are Typing, Shorthand, Stenography, Bookkeeping, Retailing, and
Clerical Practice. At both buildings, the Distributioe Education
display window attracts the attention of all.
Taking time out from his work, Mr. Fairman shows Gloria
F.D.A. Pep Club
One attraction at U.T.H.S. this year is the well equipped industrial arts de-
partment, parts of which are located at both North and South Campus. In this
department, as in the commercial, students are trained with emphasis on those
subjects that prepare for a vocation. Of the students who plan on further educa-
tion, many enroll in shop courses that will help them enter specialized training
programs later. Subjects offered in this department include drafting, machine
shop, woodshop, metals, and foundry. Absent are Charles McCoy and Dept.
Head Lester Vines.
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Cavanagh comered. Perhaps he'll change his mind now and
give them an extra day for their assignment.
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With careful study, these Auto Shop students will gain practical
knowledge of the intemal structure and operation of automobiles.
Those outfits wonlt stay white for long.
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Probably the busiest department at U.T.H.S. is the Music Department, in
which so many performances are conducted outside the regular school day., At
every home football game and at several out of town games, the one hundred
piece marching band performs, and also at a number of parades. The actual
concert band, which is divided between North and South Campus, combines in
the spring for an annual concert, in addition to the many other programs pre-
sented at basketball games, grade schools, assemblies, etc. Choir and chorus
activities are varied, some of these including holiday programs, spring concerts,
assemblies, and many others. Both uocalists and instrumentalists are encouraged
MALLIE YY ILLIAMS
to enter in the yearly state-wide music contests.
North ab' South Campus
Here Mr, Sheekler is caught directing a choral piece, not wav- hfixed Chorus
ing to the photographer.
North ab South Campus
lVith two teachers to carry on the work of the Art Dept.,
great progress has been made in enlarging the scope of
its activities. All students are familiar with the curious dis-
plays in the art room display llfllltlttll' at the South Campus.
This year, many students contributed interesting and un-
Art 1,2,3,4 Mr. Stueh.
The utmost care and attention is required for this project, says
usual projects to the Art Exhibit. Ulith the facilities and a
large room supplied at the South Campus, the Art Dept. has
been more helpful to all art students, whether they merely
enjoy art, or whether they plan to continue art after high
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In our library dept., nearly ecery type of reference, fic-
tion, or nonfiction book needed in high school work can be
found. Also included in the libraryls collection are many kinds
of magazines, pamphlets, and newspapers supplying the readers
with up-to-date information on any subjects. In both attractice
and .spacious libraries are conference rooms needed for special
research work and panel preparation. One highlight of thi.s
yearis library activities was the book fair held in connection
with Open House.
In each of the three languages taught at U.T.H.S.-Spanish,
French, and Latin-a different method of teaching is u.sed. In
French classes, all discussions are conducted using 'no English
but instead only French. In Spanish, the newly-installed language
labs are used. In Latin, much emphasis is placed upon the de-
rivations of words and their usefulness in the English language,
because Latin is seldom spoken today, pronunciations and
speaking in Latin are not greatly stressed.
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Helping to display their home ec projects on the board,
these girls themselves add to its uttriietixciiess,
It has been frequently stated that a womanls place is in the
home doing the cooking and cleaning. Although this is a subject
for much contention today, necertheless it cannot be denied that
homemaking plays a large part- in liues of the majority of women.
In preparation for girls' future careers as housewives, home eco-
nomics is offered all four years at U.T.II.S. In the two major
divisions-sewing and cooking-many new appliances and facili-
ties hace been added, especially in the spacious south campus
department. As students pass by the display window, curious
.sewing projects made during the year can be ciewed.
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Latin I 51 2
Dept. Head MARIANN HOFSTETTER Homi-milking l 81 2
Homemuking 2,3,4 North Campus l",H.A.
Homemuking 1 51 2
MRS. LOIS FRELS
North it South Campus
Duties of the administrative assistants range from those of
nurse and truant officer to office secretaries. The good health of
pupils is, of course, of utmost importance in any school, for this
purpose is the nurse employed at both campuses. Mr. Baily, the
truant officer, provides the seldom-seen but vital link in school
functions by making sure of regular attendance. Next come all
the office secretaries who contribute to the efficient working of g X
U.T.H.S. by assisting the administration. t
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North nf: South Campus
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Ella with her homework, they actually are attending to their Secretary
own secretarial duties.
Although it looks as if Mrs. Rainey and Mrs. Paasch are helping
CAROL C-OOCH MARY LOU WELLS EVA VANHAUTTE
North Campus North Campus North Campus
Secretary Secretary Secretary
With the Staff continually working behind the
scenes to keep oar school clean, we can be as-
sured of the best in cleanliness at U.T.H.S. Day
and night the janitors work. The cooks spend a
great deal of the school day preparing for and
cleaning up after meals.
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South Campus cooks Cabovel include Trudy Hoffman,
Agnes Yeager, Evelyn Little, Ann Wadsager, Mary
Weinert, Cleo Krueger, Esther Karben, Margaret
Monstrey, Dorothy Malaney, Ranilda Belowski.
staff. Row 1: Pearl Shicks, Ruby Whittington, Clara i I Q E , :igi 1
Vermeulen. Row 2: Ivan Nelson, Frank Paskvan, james r X ' ggi, - , ,
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Below, three North Campus janitors pose for the pho- ,L E K Q M ll .S
tographer. They are Loren Borum, Stewart Kaufman, - 3 V' i .
and Frank Machu.
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At the North Campus, these cafeteria ladies serve and
prepare meals daily. They are Margaret Martens,
Georgania Williams, Irma Diercks, Myrtia Gallangher,
Mable Ziegler, Alice Cranet, Alma Treman, Jennie
Cullens, Ann Laoentiens, Helen Polich.
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Senior Class Officers for the 1961-1962 School Year
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Senior, class officers for the 1961-1962 school year arc: Frank Benedict, vice presidentg Elayne Valentine, treasurerg Jean De Rocker, secretaryg
and Earl Paasch, president.
Mr. Harvey Pierson has been a friend and advisor to the Miss Mary Boike is always ready with a smile and a friendly
senior class for many years, word for any troubled senior.
Outstanding Seniors at U.T.H.S. Are Yearly Honored by
Membership in the Junior Rotarians
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SENIOR BOYS selected to attend Rotary Club each Benedict. Back row: Garold Peve, lack Morgan, Larry
Week and to occasionally take part in their activities Finley, Brad Durham, Micky Williams, Tom Van De-
are, front row: Jim Bergstrand, Paul White, Gene Venter, and Carl Suhr.
NVildermuth, Mike Philhower, Earl Paasch, and Frank
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These students and their class rankings are, row 1: Karen Gail Salmonson, firstg joe Skowronski, sixthg Paul YVhitc,
i Duff, fifthg Carole Polich, eighthg Charlyn Buss, secondg thirdg jim Bergstrand, seventhg and Sally Goodwin, tenth.
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This year's officers of the National Honor Society urerg Charlyn Buss, historiang Gene Wildermuth, vice
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Recreates Vaudeville Era
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Showtime lmpersonations Add
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Iudith Capes Michael Claus Charlene Colvin
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Thomas Courtney Bill Coward Linda Craig Ellen Crawford
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Donlt they look stunning in their lovely VVedgies? A lineup of
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Our exchange student from VVest Berlin, Juergen Klee, seems to
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Girls' Physical Education Classes
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Feature Varied Activities
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jittery fingers and wobbling knees attack members of the Royal
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George Kenney Robert Kilts
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Ruth Kincaid Gerald Kipp Arthur Kirklin Juergen Klee
Dixie Korthals Alice Kraklow George Kundert Sharon Kullkle
Excitement and Suspense
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Class Enthusiasm and Labor
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Melvin Miller M31-jol-ie Miller Roger Miller Steve Mindham
jean Mitcham john Moeller Robert Montieth Jack Morgan
Interest and Discovery Await
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Extra-Curricular Activities Occupy
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Special Time of Seniors
ments in "My Sister Eileenlv
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Ellen and Sally found themselves in the most unusual predica-
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Instructors Provide Room for
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Sharon Rotz Gary Sager Gail Salmonson Ron Sanders
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Development and Improvement
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Barbara Sloane Jack Slover Judy Smith Ruth Smith
Seniors Eat, Drink
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Susan Sprague Ella Spurr james Stafford Mary Stahl
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whether it be food or feet!
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W and Enjoyment for All V
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Dennis XVest Charles XVestbrook
Mr. Medlin, of YVz1mer-Medlin Studios, did an excellent job
of photographing the Class of '62.
Gene VVildermuth Woody Wilkinson
Jeff VVilliams Larry Vllilliams james Michael YVilliams Richard Wingert
Gerald Winkelbuuer Carol Xvindland Martin Wfinthurst Eldon White
Pictures to Future Plans
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The Last Year, The Senior Year, Is One Filled
As the end of their high school career approaches, the class of 1962 can '
look hack at their many endeavors with plea.s'ure and amusement. In 1958, the ' 3 I
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In 1960, the class float, 'Victory Belif, captured first place in beauty. Again in ,eff ,
1961, claimed first place award with their beautiful entry, "YVe're Expecting a I H if
Victory' In addition to these achievements the cla.s'.s' of 1962 has put on an
outstanding assembly each year. The highlight came as the Seniors presented F fh iz y
their final class ll.S'.S'Cll1lJlij, K'The Wlhat Killed Vaudecille Review." These are just it S y -,
a few of the many group-achievements which the entire class can claim.
With Fun, Frolicking, Light-Heartedness, and Joy
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As the senior year slowly fades away, the class members look ahead towards
the goals and success which they anticipate. In 1958, the class became the "re-
search group' for the accelerated studies program. Special courses in English,
Science, and Mathematics were offered as challenges to those of high ability. As
freshmen and sophomores the class dominated the honor roll each semester. The
junior-senior years were ones of testing and preparation for the future. Among
the many tests which the advisors used as measurements of college potential
were the ITED, The National Merit Tests, PSAT, ACT, and the SAT tests.
With the background and high scholarship which the class attained, a prosperous
future for its members looms in the distance.
Preparations, and Concern for the Future
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U.T.H.S. Officers for the Class of 1963
The junior class officers for thc 1961-1962 school your ure: Dennis Griffin, treasurerg Janice Graham, secretaryg Varla Berghult, vice presi
dentg and Bob Bousselot, president.
One of the most popular school advisors is William Yemrn, The distaff side of thc junior class advisory staff is ably
junior class advisor. handled by Miss Helen Grant.
Juniors Show Interest and Aptitude
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for the Homecoming Parade.
for a Variety 84 Wide Range of Interests
VVhats cooking girls? There would seem to be an over- VVhats so interesting kids? Is our foreign exchange student
abundance of cooks. teaching you German?
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bers are: Bow 1-Danny Ander-
son, Deanna Benson, Pat Amos,
Ron Allison, Varla Berghult,
Karen Asher, Judy Amonette,
Linda Anderson. Row 2-Ro-
berta Baber, Bob Bousselot,
Susan Bobb, Linda Akers, San-
dra Arvanis. Row 3-Danny
Badgley, Billy Bessee, Daniel Bla-
shaek, vlan Berghult, Lora Asmus,
Sharon Blashaek, Lynne Belden,
Lois Beeks. Row 4-jim Bettis,
Kennith Brassfield, Keith Boles,
Jerry Armstrong, Norman Anto-
lik, Bob Agnew, YVayne Allen,
Juniors Will Again Be lnducted
GAA. and Gym Classes Offer
Miss Beauehamp's home room
members are: Row 1-Marcia
Brown, Geraldine Bickford, Shir-
ley Call, Mary Cervantes, Mari-
lyn Brewer. Bow 2-Alice Brere-
ton, Jacqueline Boyd, Sandra
Calvert, Barbara Carlton, Sharon
Campbell, Marlene Bureski,
Cathy Chuich. How 3-Dennis
Cabor, Gerald Buyck, Phil Chap-
man, Bob Conover, Cary Chuieh,
George Christensen, Row 4-
Cary Chapman, Bon Campbell,
Danny Carruthers, David Cass,
Ed Clark, Don Buser, Dan
Mrs. Carrington's home IOOH1
members are: Row 1-Car0l
Eggleston, Monica Edwards, YO-
vine Cuoco, Sandy DeGrand6,
Diane DeJager, Dianne Derg0,
Barbara Dehys, Vicky Cruser.
Row 2-Charlotte Dixon, Judy
Evans, Shirley Downing, Cather-
ine Diericks, Jerry Cook, Mike
Daily, Dave Diederich. Row 3-
John Deml, James Detherage,
Gary Davidson, John Cox,
Charles England, Dwight De-
mont, Clifford Cordell, Keith
Curry, Dave Fender.
into the National Honor Society
Girls a Wide Variety of Activities
Miss Calvert's home room mem-
bers are: Row 1-Cherlynn
Glynn, Marcia Gavin, Ruth
Grant, Gloria Gomez, Josephine
Garcia. Row 2-Judy Goer-ing,
Nancy Griffith, Karen Gremon-
prez, D ia n n a Griffith, Janice
Graham, Delores Guerrero, Dav-
id Godsey, Jerry Graham. Row
3-Mike Fritz, Wayne Gromm,
Lexy Cober, Carlo Ferreri, Den-
nis Gamer, Ken Frary, Bob
Graham, Larry Grubs. Row 4-
George Gillis, Richard Gargano,
Dennis Griffin, Larry Gager, Les
F ulscher, Jim Fuller, Ed Granell,
Ronnie F renell, Ruben Guerrero.
Heyl No cheating girls. Calis-
thenics are an intricate part of
the girls' physical education
In the preliminary stages, a float
is nothing more than a lot of
lumber, napkins, and chicken
Mrs. Frederiek's home room
members are: Row l-Phyllis
Hailey, Vicki Harlow, Billie
Hamrick, judy Hill, Elaine Hal-
ferty, Rosalie Hirst. Row 2-
Terri Hintze, Joanne Guild, Lin-
da Huff, Linda Guthrie, Pat
Hibernik, Pat Guthrie, Sandy
Hom. Row 3-Brad Hanson, Bob
Hanson, Ed Guinn, Tom Gust,
John Hawkes, Bruce Hokinson,
john Hicks, Don Harker. Row
4-Craig Hoefflin, Ralph Hood,
Russell Hopkins, Garry Hufford,
Dave Hagelin, jim Hawthorne,
Dennis Hanneman, Bob Hauman.
Many Juniors Enjoyed
The Homecoming Parade
Miss Gorby's home room mem-
bers are: Row 1-joe jones, Edna
Jones, Karen jahn, Eleanor jones,
Kathy Lakncr, Carol johnson.
Row 2-Steve Lee, Gary Larson,
Virginia Lang, Carrie Kappas,
Bemice Lawrence, Nancy Hunt,
Mary Lancaster, Connie Knight.
Row 3-Gary Jones, Larry Kil-
lian, Peter Hull, Gary johnson,
Arnold Kershaw, Scott Kettering,
Bill Kcehn, Bobby Kittrell. How
4-Ronald Lane, Randy Kline,
Gray Lee, Max Hayes, Dennis
Ingersol, Tom Krantz, jack Hun-
gatc, Ray Krack, Herbert Lane,
Miss Grant's home room mem-
bers are: Row 1-Carole Moline,
Cathy Mahan, Pomposa Lopez,
Bonnie Licko, Sue McKay. ROW
2-Larry McCaw, Sandy Mardis,
Martha Martin, Colleen Martin,
Patricia Lindstrom, Mary Ma-
laney. Row 3-Jerry Lydon, A1-
len Lohse, Don Lewis, Don
Mital, Al Leone, Jim McLean.
ROW 4-Howard Jarvis, Curtis
McKay, Bob McCreight, Scott
Lyons, Jim McKee, Mike Ligino,
Jim Mclieaige, George Lundahl,
Jim Lemaster, Darrell Mattson.
Building the Class Float.
Culrninated the Week's Activities
Mr. Hess, home room members
are: Row 1-Sandra Morris, Liz
Norton, YVendy Nickell, Shirley
Murphy, Kathy Nickerson, Judy
Murphy. Row 2-Ruth Murphy,
Lynn Neumann, Cheryl New-
berg, Pat Mitton, Margo Ohlsen,
Bemadine Newburg. Row 3-
Jack Olvcra, Gary Mohr, Stanley
Nelson, Tom Mix, Richard Mur-
hpy, Paul Ochs, XVarren Motzer,
Ma rk Mitchell. Row 4-Don
Murray, Larry Olvera, Danny
Nelson, John Myers, Jim Moore,
Larry Natwiek, George Murphy,
Bennie Moyers, Ray Moyers.
This beautiful Junior Float which
Won second place in beauty was
the product of many long hours
These Art students, making their
preliminary sketches of the ex-
temal structure of the new build-
ing, find that it is difficult to
draw without sitting down.
bers are: Row 1-Rita Ortiz,
Zak, Ann Owens, Carol Passno,
Martina Ramirez. Row 2-Ber-
V nard Rangel, Don Pankey, Grace
V A Pitts, Sharon Rahn, Shirley Peter-
J f , ,ire son, Sharon Polieh. Row 3-
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Ovens, Larry Powell, Bill Ran-
dolph, Ken Pankey, Mel Owens.
53 M, Row 4-Dick Paasch, Mark Platt,
3 A -lim Riley, Robert Peterson, Cary
Paxton, Iohn P i p p e r t, Ron
Owens, Fred Paller.
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Juniors Asserted Themselves in Many
, Mr. Peterhoff's home room mem-
bers are: Row 1-Mary Schoon-
over, Nancy Schafer, Marilyn
Robertson, Carolyn Rohren, San-
dra Roman. Row 2-Virginia
Reveal, Rita Russell, Mary
Sauser, Marsha Setser, Sandra
Seidlitz, Row 3-Flourence Rog-
ers, Judy Shehorn, Barbara Red-
mond, Mary Ramos, Carol Schat-
teman, Claris Sehatteman, Doro-
thy Sainer. Row 4-Jerry Shee-
han, Randell Ruseh, Dick Red-
rnan, Roger Rylander, Mike San-
doval, Ronald Schneider, Dennis
Rusk, Robert Smith. Row 5-
Bill Schmidt, Dave Rindcn, Ced-
ric Salisbury, Ivan Rice, Rex
Rusk, Carl Rusk, Pete Shelton.
Miss McNutt's home room mem-
Donna Pendleton, janet Pastur-
Mrs. Magnuson's home r00m
members are: Row 1-Mary
Skelton, Dianne Smith, Barbara
Stoneking, Betty Stilwell, Lupe
Sierra, Tamara Slaith. Row 2-
Iudy Stanton, Carolyn Stahl, Jer-
rv Smith, Ruth Stepp, Linda
Stipp, Rosemary Stockton. Row
3-Dick Skillett, Doyle Stewart,
Douglas Sodeman, David Sulli-
van, Larry Sweet, Larry Souei-
nek, .lack Sinclair, Cary Sherer.
Row 4-Lewis Sutliff, Iohn Stotts,
Mike Sullivan, Frank Skafidas,
Richard Starr, Dennis Stulir, Bill
Stewart, Cary Sutton.
the Varsity Football Squad.
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Traditionally "Senior" Activities
Mr. XVasson's home room mem-
bers are: Row l-Rosemary Van-
llycke, Ardis Turner, Donna Tay-
lor, Virginia Vallejo, Cathy Van-
Hecke, Linda Tinker. How 2-
Anna Thompson, Connie Thomp-
son, Roseanne Tsakanikas. Row
3-Ray Vermeulen, Terry Van-
Klavercn. Row 4-Tom Vershaw
Bob VanQuathem, Larry Till-
berg, Bob Taylor, Richard This-
sen, Mike Trout, john Versypt,
These juniors find time after
school to decorate the Cym for
the Homecoming Dance.
This year, the Library Club
sponsored a Book Fair of paper-
back books. It looks as if the
many hundreds of titles all fas-
cinated Curlo Ferreri, one of the
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XVhenever Jerry Buyck has any
problems, he knows he can dis-
cuss them with Miss Grant, one
of the junior advisors.
Mr. Zimmerman's home room
members are: Row 1-Hon NVhip-
ple, Dianne XVells, Shirley Wlil-
cox, Sandra NVz1re, Put XVQlClSilg61',
Sa n d y XVendell. Row 2-joe
Ybarru, jere XVhipplc, Melanie
XVood, judy XValluee, Gerald
XYeuwr, KL-ith Zalewski. Row
3-David XVise, Dennis XV00ds,
john VVeems, Fred Wleissmann,
Don XVeidemun, Delbert XVilson,
Virgil NVurd, john Yuskis.
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Many Outstanding Students.
Making preparations for the an-
nual Homecoming dance they co-
sponsor with the F.H.A., are
these Tri-Mic members and their
sponsor, Mr. Czlvariaulgli.
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other meal in our spacious cafe-
teria. If Brad doesn't hurry with
his ice cream, they all may be
Officers of the Class of 1964
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Mr. McCoy and Mrs. Pierce, the Sophomore class advisors, continue to be good organizers
and supporters for the class of 1964.
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Parents admire these intricate designs. These girls show concentration in their work.
Laboratory and Shop Work Take Up Much of the Sophomores' Time.
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Exactness is important in the science lab. Students make useful items in woodshop.
Learning Is Stimulated When "Work" Becomes Enjoyment
Complicated work is the menu for these boys. The telephone girls are helpful in the general office.
The Sophomore Float Displayed Originality
Mrs. Bentleris homeroom mem-
bers are: Row 1-Jerald Abbitt
David Abbott, john Abbott, Mi-
chael Adams, Kathleen Agnew
Bow 2-Jackie Allen, james Al-
len, YVilliam Allen, Richard Alli-
son, Linda Anders. How 3-
Donna Anderson, Judy Anderson
XVilliam Anderson, Ronald An-
don, Thomas Andress. How 4-
Donna Ashdown, Patricia Ashton
Georgia Aten, Beta Baker, Ron-
ald Baker. Row 5-Brian Ballard
Virginia Barber, Michael Bare
Miss Bnreslfs homeroom mem-
hers are: Row l-Kathryn Barr,
Delores Barry, Tom Batten, Bev-
erly Beaudry, Ronald BeBout.
How 2: Audry Becerril, Cathy
Beeson, Bette jo Bell, David
Bert, Rliaelea Bavelheimer. Bow
3-Shirley Billings, Lynn Blades,
Sandra Bobh, jimmy Bone, lion-
ald Boss, l-tow 4-Darla Bowen,
Richard Belman, Sandra Bowker,
Robert Brav, Bob Brissman. Ron
5-Don Benson, Patricia Boss,
The long hours of hard work paid off for the Sophs with their beautiful float.
Mr. Brook's homeroom mcmlDGfS
are: ROW 1-Beverly Brown, Nan-
cy Buckley, XVilliam Buckley,
toni Bureski, Cheryl Buser.
Row 2-Stephen Buss, Sharon
Cady, Floyd Call, Curtis Carlson,
Donald Carlton. Row 3-Sandra
Carmichael, Donna Carter, San-
dra Casillas, Allan Cass, Albert
Cattoir. Row 4-Randy Chap-
man, james Cheeseman, Cary
Christensen, VVilliam Chuich, Mi--
chael Clark. Row 5-Sharon
Clark, Gerald Coleman, Robert
Driver Training ls an Important Part of the Sophomores' Schedule.
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Mr. Chiver,s homeroom mem-
bers are: Row 1-jeralyn Col-
lier, David Collins, Diana Cor-
ley, Donald Covcmaker, John
Coykendall. Row 2wSue Cram-
blett, Cary Crider, Robert
Cronin, Gerry Crusc, Jane Cul-
len. Row 3-Linda Cutler, Diane
Daab, Aloann Daffara, Evelyn
Daggctt, Evelyn Dahm, Row 4-
Sherrill Dale, John Daly, Sandra
Decker, Gary DeC-revc, Robert
DeMay. Row 5-Charles De-
Moss, Susan Denys, joseph De-
Waele, William Curd, james
Miss Dean's homeroom members
are: Row 1-Barbara DeXYitt,
Kenna-tb D,Hooge, Iaerlulyn Dil-
lon, Cberyl Dobereiner, Linda
Dobrinske. How QWKI i e ll a e l
Downing, Miebael Dubuisson,
Larry Duffee, Tom Duke, Cary
Durlnam. Row 3-Kent Duseb,
james Dyer, Cheryl Edmunds,
Karen Eleopulos. How 4-Bob
lillis, Peggy Emmert, Donald
lfnglancl, Gloria Estes, Tanya
Evans. Row 5-Pat Fawks, Bev-
erly Ferguson, Daniel Ferguson,
Students Exhibit Hidden Talent in String Drawings.
Mr, Dessing's homeroom mem-
bers are: Row 1-Leo Fetterer,
Kliebael Fisb, Yan Flowers, Hob-
ert Fonger, Bud Forbes. Row
2-Connie Ford, Betty Forrett,
Dennis Frazee, lane Freeburn,
Carol Fritz. Row 3-Margaret
Fulseber, Diana Fulton, Susan
Cargano, Kater Catlin, Trudy
Cause, Row 4-Eclwanl Ceb-
barclt, Barbara Clelancle, Cbarles
Clelancle, Joyce Cerlaell, Hit-k
Gillespie. Row 5-Steve Cilles-
pie, Tim Fouteb, Curtis Fostrom.
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bers ure: lloxx' l-Rosy-mary
Crllllalm, Larry Gralnr-ll, Gail
Grunt-t, Li1xx'x'cm-cr C111-lm, Carry
Crown. Rnxx' 2-Larry Green,
lla-li-n Crt-nwnprcz, john Cross,
Duxitl Custuf, Pamclil ll2llUCI'.
Hoxx' 3-Margaret Hull, Marsliu
Hanna, Pinnclu Hurrsmi, Curx'
Harris, Icanctti- Hart. Row 4l
Runtli Hart, Dxxuin Hrlwthornc,
Sandra Hemphill, Sharon Hemp-
hill, xluclith llmiry. lloxx' 5-Cuil
Hvrmes. Thonms Harmon, Ken-
Patience ls 21 Requisite for Driving Instructors.
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Mrs. llzutr-rls l1omc'room mem-
livrs LlI'L'S llmx' l-,l.lITll'S Hor-
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Sophomore Advisors Interpret the ITED Test.
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Mrs. Caiten's homeroom mem-
bers are: Row 1-Lynn Kusy,
Nancy Laity, Richard Lampo,
Roger Land, Barbara LaPorte.
Row 2-Clarissa Lareau, NVard
Larson, Kenneth Laud, Betty La-
vine, NVayne Leader. Row 3-
Margie Lee, Sharon Lee, Dale
Leland, Robert Lemkau, Danny
Levrow. ROW 4-june Lewis,
Nancy Lewis, Judith Liedtke,
Ruth Liggett, john Lindstrom.
Row 5-Bonnie Lingncr, jim
Lodieo, Dwayne Loetc, Patricia
Longneeker, Roberta Larson.
Miss Frane's homeroom mem-
bers are: Row 1-Michael Lee
Iohnson, Nancy joy johnson,
Rita Lee johnson, Ronald Iohn-
son, Bonita Johnson. Row 2-
Earl Marvin Iones, Mary Kath-
ryn jones, Sandra Ioyce jones,
Sharon Lenn jones, Michael
Kannenberg. Row 3-Linda Sue
Kasten, Delmar joseph Kaufman,
Sheldon Kave, Sharon Kelley,
Regina Kersehieter, Row 4-
Paul Kicksey, judith Kinnamon,
James King, Larry Kirkpatrik,
Ernie Kivisto. Row 5-Allen
Knott, Linda Knox, Kathleen
Koker, Frances Dale Kraklow.
Row 6-Mary Lou Kundert,
Mrs. C-lenn's homeroom mem-
bers are: Row 1-Anthony Loo-
tens, Keith Lucas, Carol Lun-
deen, Linda Maeik, Ronnie Ma-
haffey. Row 2-Dale Malmstrom,
Donald Maring, Daniel Martel,
Mary Martin, Peggy Martin.
How 3-Nicolas Martinez, Mi-
chael Marx, james Massa, Lili
Mastalerz, XVilliam Mattan.
Row 4-Loreen May, Garry Mc-
Bride, Jeanne McCoy, Ruth Me-
Coy, Jimmie MeDanel. Row 5-
Richard McKay, Marsha McLane.
Open House Improved Parent-Teacher Relationships.
Mr. Holmes, homeroom mem-
bers are: Row 1-Bill McLaugh-
lin, Ceeelia McLaughlin, Belva
McLean, Leon MeLemore, Rob-
ert ML-Tigue. Row 2-Judith
Melvin, Betty Meyers, Iuluis
Meyers, Cheryl Miller, Jim
Miller. Row 3-Judith Miller,
Aludith Elizabeth Miller, Karen
Miller, Marilyn Miller, james
Millizer. Row 4-YValter Mills,
Carol Mitten, Geraldine Mohr,
john Moore, Sharon Morgan,
Row 5-Jackie Morris, Laura
Morris, Raymond Mueller, Har-
Miss Howard's homeroom mem-
bers are: Row 1-Bonita Murphy,
Pat Mulligan, Richard Munos,
Mike Murphey, Pamela Murphey.
Row 2-Santiago Nache, Cheryl
Nado, Judith Neavcill, Dennis
Needham, Barbara Nelson. Row
3-Gary NewKirk, Cheryl New-
lon, Janet Nixon, Linda Norin,
Jana Oakman. Row 4-Charles
Oltman, Ronnie Ostrom, Carole
Osbourne, Linda Owens, Roger
Parker, Row 5-Dorothy Patter-
son, Ellen Patterson, Richard
Paxton, Melvin Payne.
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From the looks of the girls it must be another game clay.
Miss Leibovitz,s homeroom mem-
bers are: Row 1: Ronnie Pendle-
ton, Robert Perkins, Keith Perry,
Sue Peterson, Suzanne Peterson.
Row 2--Bill Peterson, Ronald
Pettis, Curtis Peve, Joyce Potter,
J a m e s Probizanski. Row 3-
James Puckett, Mary Putz, Carol
Radovich, George Ramirez, Vic-
toria Ramirez, Row 4-R 11 dy
Rangel, Margaret Rasso, Law-
rence Raybum, Thomas Rexroth,
Jeanne Rickey. Row 5-Kenneth
Rieger, Ja n i c e Ripka, Judy
R o a e h, Dale Robe, Cary
Mr. Loveall's homeroom mem-
bers are: Row 1-Howard
Robertson, Diane Robertson, Ap-
ril Roekhold, David Roete,
Charles Ronnebeck. Row 2-10-
anne Rosczyk, Darlene Roselle,
Joann Roseman, Geraldine Ross,
Karen Roth. Row 3-Arlon
Rowe, Roberta Rowlands, Diane
Rusk, Sheryl Russell, VVilliam
Sainer. Row 4-Joyce Sanders,
Carl Schueter, Cynthia Schreiner,
Mildred Scott, Stephen Scott.
Row 5-Cary Senn, Harold Sens,
Melody Serres, Diane Sharer,
Dennis Shock. Row 6-Allen
Shnim, Joyce Shaefer, Darlene
Teachers Offer Suggestions for Improvement.
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Mr. Nicircris homeroom mem-
bers arc: Row 1-Margaret Shah,
Daxid Shull, xlames Sides, lim
Sierra, Paul Sierra. Row 2-
Lawrenee Sigh-r, Mary Simmons,
Larry Simocns, Mary Simonich,
Dm-lphia Skinner. Row 3-john
Skinner, Sharon Small, Donald
Smith, Larry Smith, Ronald
Smith, Row -1fRonald Smith,
Terry Smith, David Smolenski,
Stew Specs, YYilliam Spencer,
Row Sfilerald Stanton, Ronald
Stephens, l,a r ry Snider, Pat
Smut, Christine Sislc.
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Courses Demand Marked Student Progression.
Mr, Rzxineyis homeroom mem-
hers ure: Row 1-Linda Trask,
Mary Truftz, Clendn Trotter,
Sharon Turner, Connie Ullrieh.
How 2-Billy Uphold, Judy Vue-
L'2lI'O, Donna Vallee, Clluclys Vain-
Bnskirk, I, at W e r e n e e VunDe-
Venter. Row 3-ltohert VnnDyke,
Carol YnnHulle, Kntlnyn Yun-
Norxxxn , I ii m e s Y41nQuntl1em,
Patricia VanFiyeke. Row 4-
juniee VanVoltenhnrg, P h i l i p
XvllIlxVilSSt'I1l1OX'C, Karen Yendl,
Steven Yr-rBeke, lliek Vickers.
How 5-Gary Yogelsiing, Suzette
NVulker, Sharon Vickers, Leroy
Trout, Vicki Vin.
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XVhen x'on're eornered between your mother and your teneher you huveiiit il ehzmee.
Mr, Milleris homeroom members
are: Row 1-Joyce Stilwell, Chris-
tine Stopoulos, Ronald Stout,
Richard Strung, Rumond Sunken.
Row 2-Keith Suss, Sharon
Swuils, Dennis Swanson, Karen
Swanson, Sherida Swanson. Row
3-Ronald Sweat, Marilyn Swem-
line, Pam Tate, Catherine Taylor,
Ronald Teager. Row 4-Celia
Terronez, Maria Terronez, Linda
Thoman, james Thomas, Rodger
T h o m p s on. Row 5-Sharon
Thompson, Tyreuey Thompson,
Henry Timhrook, janet Tinker.
Mrs, XVartl's homeroom members
are: R o xv 1-DeEtti1 XVLIHOU,
Samuel XValton, Rickie XVarcl,
YVillii1m Yltlx-r, Betty NVCinert.
Row 2-Diivicl XVcst, Lalunc
XYmtln'ook, Donna YYl1ec'ler, Lur-
rx NVlieeler, -It-ss YViNlla1rtl. Row
if-Hnhy YVilson, Viviun Vlilson,
Phyllis Witt, Hcatlier Wolfe,
john XYootl. Row 4-Alice
XYoocls, Rit-hard Xxvllly, Bzlrlmra
XYright, Paul York, NVunda
Young. How 5-Bill Zora, Don-
zllcl XVlIlliC'llJ2Illf, Iutlith XYartl,
Betty Xllltltlell, Corolyn XYied-
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Parental Encouragement Advances the Student.
Miss Dean appears to have charmed both futher and daughter.
This Dhllitllll xhot int-luclcs: Row
l-Izniit-4' Bit-lxfortl, Clxwntlolin
Bowlwr, llivk Clizlnilxux, Thomas
Cox, Cli.n'lit- Cruz, llow 2-
Tliomiix Cl.1ln'it'l, ,lt-if Clenclon,
Clair llailw, ,luck llaimllt-y, Shur-
ry TTilXX'l'ilIlN. llow 3-.lt-if Crm-n,
Duvitl johnson, Tom Knllmnn,
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Row -1-Aluclith Prom-, Dclplm
l't-tvixrmii, P ai t r i c i ll llovlvoorilo,
Axim,-ttc llicv, Cary Rohm-rtsoii.
Row 5-lhincly Smith, BLl1'lJill'Ll
Snllixun, Clary Taylor, Donulcl
Yt-raliryf, Xllnltvr Bonner.
Officers of the Class of 1965
The Freshman class officcrs for the 1961-1962 school year arc: Jim VVilson, presidentg
Beth Neuman, vice prcsiclcntg Linda Hunt, secretaryg and Bonnie Bousselot, teasurer.
Frcshmen probably usc thc services of the Advisor's office
more than any other group. Mr. Nelson is allways available
for 21 friendly chat or serious consultation.
Mr. Nelsoifs counterpart, Mrs.
smile and infectious humor, is
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Engstrom, with her ready
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Freshmen Undertake Many Varied Projects
A freshman and his father enjoy Biology displays. Sophomores like to initiate Freshmen.
Adjustment ls Rarely Easy, but Usually Fun for All Frosh
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The Book Fair attracted many freshmen, A student shows her intricate Art project to her parents.
Mr, Zesigefs homeroom mem-
hers are: Row 1-John Adams,
Edward Adamson, Bay Allen, Joy
Ammerman, Esther Anders. Row
2--lon Anderson, Judy Anderson,
Thomas Anderson, Kenneth An-
don, Marie Andress. Row 3-
james Angeles, jolinnie Arvanis,
Gloria Ashley, Harold Ankee,
Helen Baldwin, Row 4-David
Ballard, Larry Ballard, Dennis
Barber, John Barber, Donald
Baker. Bow 5WG wen Allen,
George Barry, Patricia Baumann,
Linda Bazor, Sarah Barnliill.
Freshmen Look With Pride Upon Their Class Float
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lui-rs are: Bow 1-l.arrx Beale,
Xaureen Bedxvell. Sllarou Be-
Bout, Clieryl Becker, larnes Bel-
din. How 2-Patricia Bemis, Clary
Bennett, Gary Bergendalil. .lanies
Billings, Connie Blaelcman. How
3-l.oid Blair, David Blaneliard,
liallileen Bolmert, Brenda Bone,
Suzanne, Boney, llow 4-Sharon
Bouliingliouse, Bonnie Bonsseloi,
vluclitli Bowles, Yixian Boxxlqer,
lanies Bowman. llow 5-lessie
Bowman, Dennis Bergstrand.
Ever see a cowboy in a football suit? NYell did you?
Mr, XVheeler's homeroom mem-
bers are: How 1-Patsy Carss,
Juliet Casillas, Penny Catour,
Nancy Caulkins, Richard Caul-
kins. Row :Z-Patricia Chambers,
julie Clapp, Patricia Cave, Lon-
nie Clark, Lynda Clark. Row 3-
joann Clauw, Dennis Cleayes,
Roger Colmark, Kenneth Cook,
Lintla Cook. How 4-Eddie
Coram, Xaney Coyemaker, XVan-
da Cox, Diana Cox, Robert
Crawford. Row 5-Donna Cris-
xyell, Cherly Cummings, Eyelyn
Cunningham, C a r r e t Curran,
Donna Daah. Row 6-Gerald
Daily, Iacqueline Daniels, Gary
Language Instructors Dominate Open House
Mrs. Hester seems to have made a hit with all at Open House.
Mr. YVilliams, homeroom ITICTII-
hers are: Row 1-Danny Bradley,
XYayne Bratlley, Pamela Bracl-
shaw. Yyonne Brarnan, Hugh
Brennan. llow :Z-Holmerta Brere-
ton, Linda Brewer, Michael Bert,
'llromas Garrison, Brenda Britt.
Now 3-Charles Britton, Douglas
Brown, William Brown, Hohert
Brownlee, Patricia Bulen. How
4-Margaret B u n cl y, Kenneth
Burtl, Cheryl Burney, Leroy Bur-
rell, Carolyn Campbell. Row 5-
Timothy Butterfield, NI a r i l y n
Cady, Terry Caldwell, Maria
Carclosa, Carey Carey. Row 6-
Lincla Carleton, Kay Carlson.
Elaine Carlton, Donald Carpen-
ter, Heheeea Carpentier. llow
7-Todd C a r p en t i e r, Patty
Mr. Stach's homeroom members
are: Row 1-Larry Daniels, james
Darby, Cary Davis, Herman
Davis, Terry Davis. Row 2-
james Davison, Bonnie DeCas-
taker, Janet DeCook, Michael
DeDonker, David Deem. Row
3-Colin Degreve, Honey Fred-
erick, Christine DeMarlie,
Richard Dennis, David Deopere.
Row 4-Diane DePaepe, Alois
DeVos, Steven Dickey, Thomas
Dickinson, G a i l e e n Diediriek.
Row 5-Linda Diericks, Marcella
Dixon, XVilliam Dobereiner.
The Electronics Lab Challenges the Individual
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Mrs. Srnitlfs homeroom mein-
lmers are: llow l-Christie Dow,
Darrell Downing, Ted Downing,
l.inda Gartner, Mary Drake.
Row 2-NllIlL'5' Drayer, Twilight
Eekert, lliehard Edelson, Arthur
Ehlers Jr., Michael Elder. llow
3-Iolmn limmert, Karen Engel-
kai, Susa n England, Louise
ljxans, klaniee Felter. Row 4-
l,ena lferreri, Martha Ferris,
Judith lfieeliter, Deborah Fir-ldv,
-Indy lfilliner. Row 5-Linda
lfleslnnan, Clary Flynn, Caroline
lfouteli, Xanelle Fowler, Linda
lfrary. How 6-Nancy lfrazee,
It takes time, patience, and skill to work with these instruments.
Mrs. Shorb's homeroom mem-
bers are: Row 1-Louella French,
Donna Frey, Tom Freymann,
Carol Fuller, David Fuller. Row
:2-,Rosalind Fullerlove, Thomasa
Gareia, XVilliam Gardner, Robert
Pitzer, Glenn Garner. Row 3-
Frieda Giese, Dennis Gillespie,
Jonnie Cilley, Christine Gilmore,
Nancy Goodin. Row 4-Carolyn
Gloekhoff, Raymond Goderis,
Phillip Gonzales, Donald Good-
rich, Linda Gorzney, Row 5-
Charlene Gilbert, Martin Gomez,
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Future Machinists Start Out on a Small Scale
Believe it or not those will eventually be salt and pepper shakers.
Miss Rings homeroom members
are: Row 1-Fawn Goumas, Bill
Graham, Diana Cranet, Darlene
Griffith, Susan Griffith. Row 2-
Susan Haegeinan, Bobby Hajny,
XVilliam Hakemian, Mike Ham-
mond, Robert Hammond. Row
3-Suzanne Harker, Richard Har-
lan, Dixie Harmon, Charles Har-
rinffton Ronda Harriott. Row
4-ilari' Haw, YYalter Hawley,
Paul Hawotte, Edward Hayes,
Cynthia Haynie. Row 3-.lean
Heimburger, 'l' e r r y Hemphill,
Ronald Hennel, Susan Henning,
Bill Henriehs, Row G-john
Henry, Mike Tass, Donna Hav-
rnan, David Daniel.
Mr, Prattis homeroom members
are: Row 1-Marcia Henyan,
Frank Hernandez, Martin Her-
nandez, Christine Herrera, Law-
rence H e s t o n . Row 2-Iaekie
Hignight, Steve H i gg n i g h t,
Richard llipskintl, Patricia Hof-
seiter, Michael Hogan. Row 3-
Lyle Holden, Stephen Horst, Lin-
da H o s k i n, Keith Hoston,
Richard Hostens. Row 4-Janice
Hott, L i n rl a Hougan, Judith
Hughes, Linda Hunt, Margaret
Hunter. How 5-Mary Hurt,
Jackie Ishamael, Roger jackson,
Kathy Iaecques, Jeffery Hostens.
Modern Designs Are Popular With Freshmen Att Students.
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Miss Palmeris horns-room mem-
hers are: Now lANIartha jami-
son, Shirley ,lt-wel, Barry vlohn-
son, Charles johnson, ffinda
Iohnson, Row 2-Druid -lohnson,
Garx' Iohnson, lohn lohnson, Ken
Iohnson, Xlarlin Iohson. Now
3-Mary johnson, Samuel Plohn-
son, NYilliam johnson, Carl ulones,
Deana Iones. Row 4-Saridra
ones Karen K11Ilf'1lS, olm Ka-
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trana, laul Kay, planet Keeler.
Row 5-llolmert Kelly, Tll0IH11S
Kelley, Dennis Kl'lllllHS, Ada
Jones, Roger johnson.
Do you suppose there's a future Picasso in this group?
Mr. Oliverys homeroom members
arc: Row 1-lea n Kerkhove,
Lawrence Kern, Sthephen Kester,
Clark King, Rohert King. How
2-M i e h a e l Kinney, Robert
Knight, Roger Knudson, Susan
Koenig, Loring Kohrt. Row 3-
Mary Komater, Deborah Koontz,
Jody Kuebler, Frank Lace-field,
Thomas Laird. Row 4-Maria
Lakner, Linda Lamb, Sandra
Lamb, Margaret Lampo, Timo-
thy Landuit. Row 5-Ianet Lar-
rison, Sandra Larrison, Charlotte
Lawrence, Jim Leahy, Thomas
Grades Are Measurements of Individual Progress.
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Miss Ringis graclehook must be quite interesting from these serious looks.
Miss Miehalskils homeroom mem-
hers are: How l-Jess Leclezma,
Adrian Ledford, Joseph Lers-
ehen, Darleen Lewis, Diane Li-
geno. Row 2-john Little, Don-
alcl Littig, Ianiee Lockhart, San-
dra Loclieo, Helen Locling. Row
3-Pamela Lodrig, Steven Long,
,ILXIDUS Longneeker, Alan Love-
sted, Albert Luncleen. Bow 4-
Cliffoid Lnndeen, George Lun-
cleen, Gerald Lundeen, Terry
Lyon, Cynthia Li phout. How 5-
Lincla Mahaffey, Janet Malm-
strom, Ceorge Maloieh, Samella
Martin, Sherry Lnalllen. How G-
Caril Hutchison, Kraig Tohin.
Mrs. McNab's homeroom mem-
bers are: Row 1-Phyllis Machi-
ando, Max Martel, Rene Martin,
Ioan Massa, Judith Massa. Row
2-lack Mathias, jerry Means,
Craig Meeske, Linda Meinke,
John Mekus. Row 3-Raymond
Mellinger, Norman Mest, Bar-
bara Milbum, Dennis Milburn,
Harvey 'Milem. ROW 4-Bonnie
Miller, Carol Miller, Linda
Miller, Nancy Miller, Gary Mital.
Row 5-Nancy Montieth, Susan
-Morgan, Bormie Dellore, Pa-
Home-Ee Students Often Create Artistic Pastry.
Miss Kuhn's homeroom members
are: Row 1-Carmel Moreno,
Nancy Mosher, Genevieve Muel-
ler, Gary Mundt, XVilliam Myers.
Row 2-Linda M u c C a r t n e y,
Thomas McChurch, Gordon Mc-
Collum, Betty McCorkle, George
McDan0l. Row 3-james Mc-
Dauel, Rosia Mt-Danel, Kenneth
McGhee, KtlTt'll McGivern, Shar-
on McKay. How 4-Marilyn Mc-
Lemorc, Brutllcy McMillin, janet
McMillin, Susan McMullin, jan-
icc Nutwit-k. Row 5-N a n c y
Needham, Viviun Lane, john
That looks good enough to cat and perhaps butterflies have changed.
Mr. Kivisto's homeroom mem-
bers are: Row 1-David Neels,
Gregory Nelson, Beth Neumann,
Pamela Newborn, Arthur New-
ingharn, Row 2-Roger Newlon,
Paul Niekell, Betty Nordholm,
Kenney Odendah 1, Leanna
O'Harrow. Row 3-Linda Oliver,
Don Orey, Carroll Osborn, Bon-
nie Overturf, jerry Overturf.
Row 4-Drucilla Owens, Linda if
Owen, Patricia Padget, Kay Page, -rx
Larry Pankey. Row 5-Sharry
Pankey, Elise Partain, james
Parker, Ianice Parry, jerry Par-
sons. Row 6-Sheryl Paulson,
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Freshmen Participate in Physical Fitness Tests.
Mr. Kell's homeroom members
are: Row 1-Gary Pendleton,
Linda Penrod, Diana Perry,
Ieny Pettis, Sharon Picon. Row
27Naomi Plumb, Leora Potter,
Adrianne Powell, Vincent Prieto,
Carol Ramirez. Row 3-Vincent
Rangel, Linda Rasmussen, Alice
Rasso, Michael Rasso, George
Reger. Row 4-Gene Reiling,
Cheryl Raymie, Kathryn Roberts,
Darrell Robinson, Gary Rodgers.
Row 5-Jerry Rodgers, Lawrence
Rodgers, Darell Roe, Gregory
Miss Iohnson's homeroom mem-
bers are: Row 1-Roger Rogers,
james Ronnebaelc, Marylec Ros-
enberger, Maxine Ross, Regina
Ruby. Row 2-Edward Rusk,
Jacqueline Russell, Vicki Rus-
sell, Linda Ryan, Sheryl Rykcr.
Row 3-Anita Salrnonson, Jeanie
Sanchez, Cheryl Sapato, Joyce
Sapp, Patricia Sarginson. Row
4-Eileen Scliatteman, N a n c y
Schatteman, Robert Scherschel,
Sandra Scherschel, Marsha
Schoellermann. Row 5-Beverly
Schultz, Ronald Schultz, Barbara
Scott, Chris Reynolds, Gary
Schafer. Row 6-Jackie Schrader,
Miss Hofstettc-r,s homeroom
members are: Row 1-Phillip
Seott, Emma Sedgwick, Paulette
Seefeldt, Peter Segura, Robert
Seibert. Row 2-Connie Setser,
Karen Shep pard, Constance
Sherer, Karon Shiek, Iohn
Shivers. Row 3-James Shock,
Robert Showalter, Ioyee Shull,
Ioseph Sierra, Margaret Sierra.
Row 4-Tim Simeox, Deborah
Sipes, Linda Sitter, Alexis
Skafidas, Helen Skelton. Row
5-Laurence Sletter, Dorothy
Smith, George Smith, James
Smith, john Smith. Row 6-
John Smith, Linda Smith, Becky
Smith, Steve Stone.
Freshmen Strive to Perfect Their Class Assembly.
Mrs. Hester's homeroom mem-
bers are: Row 1-Suzanne Smith
Virgil Smith, Sandra Sodeman,
joel Soueinek, Robert Spinello.
Row 2-Iaek Spitler, Kenneth St.
john, Glenn Stafford, jerry
Standefer, james Stanton. Row
3-Marilyn Sullivan, YV i l l i a m
Stephens, David Stiekel, Kather-
ine Stipp, Ralph Stoedter. Row
4-Kenneth Stogdell, D o n a l d
Stoneburner, Gary Stout, Linda
Stranclgarcl, Miehael Sullivan.
How 5-Sanclra Svee, YVilliam
Swafforcl, Connie Swanson, Bon-
nie Sweat, Donna Swift. How
6-Jeane Talbot, ludith Paton.
Mr. Faleyis homeroom members
are: Row 1-Lincla Talley, Linda
Tank, Raul Tapia, Terry Tat-
man, Elizabeth Taylor. Row 2-
Linda Taylor, Robert Taylor,
Emma Teague, Alvina Terronez,
Lincla Terronez. Row 3-Olivia
Terronev, Grace Thompson,
Theresa T h 0 m p s o Il, Mike
Thrasher, Patricia Tieman. Row
4-Peggy Timbro o k, Mary
Tinker, Larry Tisclale, Gail Tol-
liver, Howarcl Turner. Row 5-
james Tumer, Nancy Under-
wood, D en nis Uzelae, Rudy
Vallejo, Cheri YanAusclall. Row
6-Virginia VancleGeest, Larry
Vantlerbeke, Lincla YanYVassen-
hove, Judy A. Garett, Ralph
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Mr. Brayis homeroom membCrS
are: Row 1-Rieharcl Van De-
YValle, Dennis YanDeYVoestyI1C,
Rose YanDeXYoe5tyne, Cheryl
YanHnlle, Kenneth Yan Hulle.
Lantlnyt, lo Ann Yan XVas5en-
hoxe, -Linila Yeys, Lynn Yeys.
Row 13-Roger Viager, Sandra
Viekers, jackie Yogler, Robert
YYaclsager, Kenneth Ylninwright.
Row -1-ljrie YVala, Kenneth
XYalton, Paul XYard, Tom NYare,
Rebeeea XYarren. Row 5-Sherry
YYarren, Leah Way, Kathy
YYeekly, Dixie YYeinert, ,loesph
YYeinext. Row 6-Douglas NVell5,
Paul XVells, Charles Reynolds,
Sharon XVatson, Richard XVeaver.
The Freshman Year ls an lncentive for the Future
Mr. Allee's homeroom members
are: Row 1-Charles XYenclt,
Elinor XYenlie, Lesley West,
Brenda XYestbrook, Ronald NVest-
erx elt. Row 2-Thomas NVheeler,
Deborah XVhiteanaek, E d cl i e
Wlhite, Larry YVhite, Dale YVier-
enga. Row 3-George NVilken,
Stephen XVilkin50n, Carol XVil-
lems, Sherry Williams, james
Yllilson. Row 4-Kent YVither-
spoon, Cheryl YVoner, Larry
XVoorl, Darincla Yllooclrow, Terry
Snyder. Row 5-Marvin VVren,
Charlotte VVright, Dale Yarlon,
Ienny Yates, Jerrilynn Zach. Row
5-A l a n Zimmennan, Rieharrl
Zora, William YVyant, Sharon
Xlhittington, Don YYesterlund.
Row 7-Iohn Ziegler.
This makeup shot includes: Row
1-Paul Rircl, Harry Blackwell,
Leonarrl Blaeliwoorl, Carol Boss,
Sheila Bowling. Row 2-,lLlI'l1L'5
Bull, Dennix Broun, Dayirl Car-
maeli, Rieharcl DeXYulf, XYilli.nn
Gomez. Row 3-Yirginia Ilernan-
clez, .ini es Hoffman, Maryin
jones, Barbara Kline, Bill Krog-
man. Row 4-Cnrtiy Leslie, Sillll-
, 3 ella Xlartin, Nlelyin Nh-Qnairle,
J Mike Nieholw, jaela St-lnniers.
Row 5-Lyle Wright.
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The Varsity football team for 1961 consisted of: Row 1-Dave Parry,
Bob Burrell, Bob Ash, john Cropp, Earl Paasch, Clark Tracy, Dick
Bealer, Max O'Klock, John Hurd, Brian Mumma, Don Leonhard,
Gerald Kipp. Row 2-Ron Owens, Larry Tillberg, john Blunke,
Dennis Rusk, Mike Sandoval, Archie Gardner, Louis Ligeno, Garold
Peve, Lee Oliphant, George- Christensen, Mel Owens, Brad Hanson,
Gene Weimer, Dan Carruthers. Row 3-Bill Hahn, Bob Taylor, Gary
Chapman, jerry Armstrong, Darrel Mattson, Mike Ligeno, Carl Rusk,
Ron Schnieder, Bob Hauman, Gary Sutton, Bob Kittrell, Larry Sweet,
Gary Davidson, Tom Vershaw, jim McKee, John Stotts, Richard
Paasch, Bob Graham, Dennis Kerschieter.
The East Moline Panthers found this year's season a
rough one. With the heavy graduation losses from the 1960
team, Coach Frank Pierson was faced with a great rebuilding
job. Calling on many juniors to fill key positions on offense,
Coach Pierson built a defense around a fairly even combina-
tion of Iuniors and Seniors. The season began with a loss
to Washington and smashing victories over Davenport West
and Alleman. As the season progressed, the Panthers suc-
cuinbed to six straight opponents. The Panthers were always
a fighting team and no one can deny their hearts were true.
The experience gained by this yeafs juniors will give the
1962 Panthers a great edge.
The Mississippi Valley Conference proved to have an
exciting and interesting football season. At the beginning ,
of the season, Moline and Iowa City were the favorites.
Wasington of Cedar Rapids predicted for eighth place, came
on to win the Valley crown with a 7-1 record. Deadlocked in
second place with 6-2 records were Moline, Iowa City, leff- 4 '
erson, and Davenport Central. East Moline finished in ninth
place with a 1-7 record.
0 Washington 12
26 Dav. West 6
28 Alleman 0
7 Jefferson 26
20 Moline 26
O Rock Island 48
13 Clinton 20
6 Dav. Central 25
7 Dubuque 13
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prove the U.T.H.S. football program through
hard work and long hours in a very lonely job.
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Dennis Rusk gets off another beautiful pass during football prac-
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Running the Panther pigskin in '61 were: Dennis Rusk, Quazterbackg Bob Ash, Halfback. Missing from this picture are Bob Taylor and
john Cropp, Fullbackg john Hurrl, Quarterbackg jim Stopoulos, Half- Mike Sandoval who filled in very well when injuries forced Paasch
backg Cstandingl Earl Paasch, Fullbaekg Ron Owens, Halfbackg and and Ash out of play.
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Bob Taylor and Ron Owens bulldog a would be Rocky end. Bottoms up! jim Stopoulos cuts them low and hard!
The jefferson pluycrs just cuult cutcli Dennis Rusk as he scumpcrs to the I-Hawks goal line.
Pave may not talk for awhile, but he got his man. Hey, Frank, supposc Armstrong and Peve could use 21 little help? That Rocky back is
fast.-Nah! Not them.
Yllxshington found end Mike Ligeno an arm full. Hold on Huskg the blockers are coming!
Take a good look boys. 'I'hut's jerry Armstrong stopping his man in the backfield. By
the way, the ROCK on his knees eanyt bear to look at where Jerry went.
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Hey! Bring the next one down a little. Jerry's not
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In pre-school practice, the varsity coaches smile in the August sun. Left to right are Joe
Dhondt, Jack Burke, Keith Bare, jay Mercer, who sat in on many sessions, l
and Frank Pierson.
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This past year, injuries were a plague. These varsity trainers had To keep a team supplied with all the right equipment, the man-
their hands full: Milt Elias, assistant trainer, Mick XVilliams, head agers had to really hustle: Frank Benedict, coaches assistant,
trainer, Larry Finley, practice field aid, and Dave Lange, as- Keith Curry, clean equipment supplier, and Ray Vermeulen, field
sistant trainer. NYith so many injuries, the new whirlpool was in equipment man. XVithout these invaluable assistants the coaches
constant use, and the team could not function properly,
Special Awards 84 Outstanding Players
The '61 eo-captains were Ron Owens and Jerry Armstrong. Jerry Senior John Hurd, named the most improved player, quarter-
was, as a junior, voted to the All-Quad City and All- backed the ,6l team much of the season. This was 1ohn's
Metropolitan teams at the end position. Ron, also a junior, first year of varsity football and by the end of the season
was voted the most valuable player on the '61 team. Ron was he was quickly becoming an outstanding gridiron general.
recognized as one of the best backs in the Conference.
During the Varsity Q 961 Season
Garold Peve, another Senior, was an outstanding line-backer and Dun Carruthers was selected as the team's best blocker for his
played nearly every offensive line position. Carold received the achievements at a guard position. Dan, a junior, was the
ilwilfd HS thc teams bust f11CklCf. Panthers' other representative on the All-Metropolitan team.
The '62 season should prove to be a great one for Dan and
his team mates.
SOPHOMORE FOOTBALL 1961
This year's Sophomore team included: Row 1-Sheldon Kuve,
Dick Belman, Dick Allison, Ron Pettis, Larry Duffee, Tom Duke,
Andy Ortiz, jim Hernandez, Cale Voglcr, Cary Vogclsung. Row
2-Dan Ferguson, Phillip VanVVassenhovc, Leroy Trout, Tom
Cox, Bob Bray, Tom Kallman, Bob Perkins, Bob Ellis, jim Ludico,
Dennis Shock, Dale Robe, Harold Sens, Mike Dubuisson, MCR.
The 1961 Sophomore football season was more
profitable than the scores showed. The experience
of two years of high school football will prove to be
a great asset in varsity competition. The combination
of this versatile Sophomore squad and the highly
experienced juniors from 1961 makes the 1962 out-
look a rosy one. Outstanding backs like Rick Vickers,
Gale Vogler, and Hay Mueller will be an appreciable
supplement to the 162 back field. Allen Knott and
Bill Zora, a fine set of encls, are prime prospects. As
the past has proved, many Sophomores will come into
their own as varsity players. Looking at '61 as a sea-
son of training, watch those 162 juniors!
T. H. S. OPPONENTS
7 Bettendorf 18
13 Dav. VVest 26
0 Alleman 18
33 Assumption 13
6 Moline 14
7 Rock Island 7
18 Clinton 13
0 Dav. Central 2
19 Dubuque 6
Row 3-Bob Jensen, Bill Zora, Julius Meyers, john 'NVoocl, Iim
Millizer, jeff Clendon, Ray Mueller, jim Sierra, Earl Jones, Paul
Sierra, Don Versluys, Brian Ballard, Ierry Stanton, Rick Vickers,
Ron Smith, Leon McLemore, Ron Ostrom, MCR. Row 4-Greg
York, Steve Gillespie, Ron Carlton, Ron Andon, Cary Harris, Al
Knott, Mike Kannenberg.
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staff photographer in El casual pose.
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The Freshman Orange Team included: Row 1-Pete Segura,
jim Stanton, Frank Hernandez, Virgil Smith, Jerry Pettis,
Greg Roets, Vincent Rangel, Michael Kinney, Terry Caldwell.
Row 2-Gary Mital, MGR., Jones, Steve Stone, jim Davison,
Bob Crawford, joe Sierra, MGR. Row 3-Dennis Gillespie,
Marty Hemandez, jim Angelos, Charlie YVendt, Brad Mc-
Millan, lack Smith, Lyle Holden, Don Stonebumer, Ken
Burd, Gary Stout, Richard Dennis.
14 Franklin 14
6 Alleman 6
0 John Deere 18
15 Central 45
13 Washington 27
19 Wilson 0
0 Black 0
0 Washington 23
14 Wilson 6
O Alleman 12
14 Edison' 7
0 Coolidge 14
20 Franklin 0
0 Orange 0
The Freshman Black Team included: Row 1-Bob Hainey,
MGR. Ed Rusk, john Emmert, Paul Kay, Iack Vogler, Ralph
Trego, Dave Stickel, Albert Lundeen, jim Longnecker, Mike
Bowman, Rawland Freeman. Row 2- Ronald Schulte, Roger
Newlon, Roger jackson, Max Martel, Dale Yadon, Joel Souci-
nik, Bill Klogman, George Paytash, William Johnson, Terry
Tatman, Larry Beale, Art Newingham, Gary Mundt, Bob Pit-
zer, jim Leahy, john Arvanis, Alois Devos, Ed Hayes, Ion
Anderson, George Lundeen, MGR.
Panther Cagers Experience Rough Season As Seen in
Varsity Basketball in Review
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include: Row l-Ron Sclinitlvr, Mgr., Russell Hopkins, Dennis Grif- Bfllll Mumml Nlike Ligeno Allin lxnott olin Hurd Cent Yltnnu
fin, Ron Owens, Dennis Rusk, Toni Maranville, Dennis Kc-rcliietcr, IIl1bS1Ilgl10ITltl1LPlLfllI'615 Mg: Dim l niqt
The Panthers fought a "ruff, sca-
son in 1962 finishing in a tie for
Sth in the pulley with an overall
record of 7-15. Vast improvement in
the mainly young squad marlcerl the
time between November and March.
Returning in "63,v to team up with
the upcoming hopefuls will he nine
juniors, among them the two greatly
improved players Junior Ron Owens
and Soph. Allen Knott. 'iExperience
is a costly calculation with an in-
Tenseness, like the double over-
time against Assumption, pressed the
players and the coach every game
of the season, Coach Ernie Kiuisto
was constantly on the edge of his
seat and the right hand of his team.
41 Assumption fDoub1e over-timeb 39
44 Iowa City 32
45 Alleman 46
29 Davenport XVest 42
36 Clinton 64
29 Rock Island 66
54 Washington 67
49 Iefferson 54
57 Moline 68
49 Davenport Central G2
53 Assumption 50
49 Iowa City 57
69 Jefferson 59
50 Dubuque 41
60 Clinton 48
39 Moline 62
52 Davenport VVest Covertimej 53
44 Davenport Central 48
41 Rock Island 59
45 Alleman 40
65 Galesburg 80
68 Cenesco L overtime J 72
Roll-a-Coaster Ride Marks 1961 l967 Season As Panthers
Rebuild for High Honors Next Season
A close call brings the eoich to his feet during a typitil lution picked Pinther tonttst
Lack of Height and Experienced Players Hold
Mumma with a hop, skip, and a jump for two in a fierce en- Up and over the hoop with two more for Rusk as versatile Denny
counter with Iowa City. scores again.
Up Panther Aspirations This Past '61-'62 Season
Hurd drives over his man and cans two more in a winning "Al-le-oop" and in 'Kboob boob."
drive for the Panthers.
Panther Underclassmcn Dominated the Team This
clip or taking
to be the
gave the fans
As a sophomore
proved to be a
valuable asset to
our club with
his great shootin
Big things are
this soph in next
Bob picks his
fouls well, al-
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Violations and the
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hands and not on
to Bob Taylor
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1961-1962 Season Rebuilding Year for Panthers
Many Games Close 84 Hard Fought This Past Season
would seem to
indicate this is no
place for a
or butterfingers, ,
as all pile on the
loose ball While
Denny awaits his
Free Throw Award to Al Knott
Were Bob Taylor
and Dennis Rusk
Ron Owens Named Most
Valuable Player Past Season
Most Improved Players
This Past Season Were
Junior Mike Ligeno and
Senior Tom Maranyille
Bob Taylor Awarded
Title of Best Rebounder
Junior Ron Owens Named
Best Defensive Player
This Year's Team Featured
a Hard Fighting Aggressive
Pressing Offense 84 Defensive
The Next Few Years Look
Bright and Hopeful for
Panther Students 84 Fans
Jefferson, Clinton, Alleman
Games Outstanding Victories
Taylor and Knott Leading
Scorers for Panthers
Over Past Season
Panthers Loose Only Three Seniors in H62
Soph Basketeers Win Quad-City and Valley
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Arranged in a "V" formation are the "victorious" cagers who be-
came the pride of the Sophomore class in 1962. Row 1-Grieg
York, Bob Bray, Bob Brissman, Bill Zora, Rick Vickers. Row 2-
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Mike Dubuisson Mgr., Ernie Kivisto, Jim VanQuathem, Mike
Bare, Cary DeC-reve, Dan Furguson Mgr. Row 3-Coach Keith
Bare, Ron Andon, Bob Jenson, Ray Muller.
Titles for Second Year in a Row
Iowa City 28
Davenport West 43
Rock Island 40
Davenport Central 42
Iowa City 40
Davenport West 24
Davenport Central 32
Rock Island 34
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Here is the pride of the sophomore class.
The Sophomore class produced an abundance of out-
standing basketball players. First giving up Allen Knott
to the varsity early in the season, and second, finishing
the season on the top of the Quad-City and Mississippi
Valley conferences. Coach Keith Bare, for the second
time, turned out a scrappy ball club with a keen eye
for the basket. Representative of their spirit are the six
boys flower left cornerj who made the most frequent
appearance on the court. The first six were Bob Jenson,
jim VanQuathem, Ernie Kiuisto, Bill Zora, Mike Bare,
and Ray Muller. Missing from the photo was Rick
Vickers, a persistent starter who scored over 200 points
in fifteen games. Coach Bare fBelow at rightj looks
through his scorebook with a smile. Even though height
was lacking, as a whole the team was a well balanced
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Freshman Black Basketball Squad - 1961-1962
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The members of the Black Squad are: Row 1-Art Newingham,
ack Mathias Mike Rasso, Cary Stout, Rich Dennis, Roger jack-
son Ierry Lundeen. Row 2-Rudy Vallejo, Pete Segura, Alois
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nandez. Row 3-Coach Mercer, jon Anderson, jim Longnecker,
Bill Dobereiner, Mike Bert, Larry XVhite, Eddie NVhite, Rick Zora.
35 Wilson 32
50 Alleman 59
49 Edison 41
43 Assumption 41
56 Washington 43
61 John Deere 37
41 Assumption 29
53 Franklin 39
62 Alleman 50
50 Coal Valley 25
42 Coolidge 39
36 Central 30
Black 39 Orange 43
Championship Orange Basketball Squad
These are the Championship Orange Squad members: Row 1- Kay, Rowland Freeman, Dennis Gillespie, Ron Schultz, Rich
Coach Loveall Doug Brown, Lloyd Blair, Terry Tatman, lim Delaere, Ken Stogdell. Row 3-Tom Laird, Mgr, Ed Hayes,
Angelus Normln Mest, jim XVilson, Row 2-jim Smith, Paul Larry Vanderbeke, jack Vogler, Carl Jones, Bill Swafford Mgr.
The Grunt and Groan Profession ls Represented at U.T.H.S. by the
Varsity Wrestlin S uad
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toughest individual sports in United Township High School: Gafeld Peve, lehn CTOPP, Clwrles lvestbfeeky Beb Burrell, Earl
Row l-Dick Ovens, Jim Teague, Floyd Call, Bernard Rangel, Paasch, Dwight DeM0l1t-
Rich Paasch Places Second in State Finals at Champaign
Injured but not pinned.
Richard Paasch was a great prospect for the
1962 wrestling season until he suffered an in-
jury in football which kept Rich from participat-
ing until the last three matches of the wrestling
season. From the doctoris aokn to the finals in
Chicago, Rich ground out the practices to de-
velop his 180 pounds of talent which took him to
state in his junior year. At the state meet Rich
scored two wins on points, one pin and finished
second with a total of eleven pointsg putting
U.T.H.S. in the top twenty in the state by his
single effort. Richard is looking forward to
"63v under the coaching of Mr. Hess and per-
haps the first place medal.
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VVrestling is a sport requiring rigid training
and practice on the part of each individual. Un-
like many sports it is not a team effort, but a
hand hand battle by each grappler. Each wres-
tler meets a man his own weight and then the
battle begins. Every boy on the squad learned
what hard work was during the 1962 season. The
boys found themselves with a new coach who
believed in work. Mr. lValter Hess, a former
Inter-Collegiate Champion at Norman Universi-
ty, began building hopeful future for wrestling
at U.T.H.S. with the help of able veterans like
Earl and Rich Paasch, Bernard Rangle, james
Teague, and Sophomore Tom Duke all of whom
went to District competition. The 1963 season
Future U.T.H.S. Varsity Wrestlers Comprise the
Junior Varsity Wrestling Squad
The 1962 J.V. Crapplers: Row 1-John Wood, Ben Mating, Darryl Ronald Lane, Mgr., Jerry Stanton, Darrel Mattson, Lee Oliphant, Ed
Mc-Clean, jerry Olivira, Duane Hawthorne, Don Maring. Row 2- Quinn, Coach VValter Hess. Row 3-Jim Hantz, Clark Tracy.
And Sophornores Sport Hopefuls
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varsity competition. Row 1-George Paytasli, Ed Cibhart, Charlie
XVendt, Cary Munt, Dale Yadon, Cary Flynn, Terry Snyder. Row 2-
Dennis Cleaves, Terry Caldwell, Cary Iohnson, john Cross, Ed Rusk,
jim Stanton, Dave Carmack, George Smith. Bow 3-Coach Miller,
Vince Piereto, Mike Sullivan, jack Bergraf, Marvin Jones, Jack Spitler,
Tom Dickenson, Curt Carlson, Mgr., missing from this picture was
Panther Grapplers Practice Long and Strenuous
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Hours in Preparation for the Seasons Schedule
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season in which he was on his back. match.
Underclassmen Dominate the U.T.H.S. Golf Squad
The members of this yearis golf team at U.T.H.S. are: Row 1-Bob spoon, Craig Knight, Mike Adams, Tom Kallman, Larry VanderBeke.
Agnew, Greig Hefflin, Cary johnson. Row :2QTom Means, Larry Duf- Row 4-Richard Strang, Dave Johnson, Jim Lodico, Coach Don
fee, XVard Larsen, Tom Duke, Carlo Ferreri. Row 3-Kent XVither- Loveall.
Spring 1961 Standings
Mississippi Valley Conf. . .
Quad-City ,............ ..... 2 nd
Iowa City Invitational . . .
George Gavin ........ District 4th
Craig Hoefflin .... Conference 4th
E.M.. . . 5
E.M.. . . 6
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Assumption . . . 9
Iowa City . . . IOVZ
Assumption . . . 9
Clinton . . . . . 7V.a
Although they are only juniors, Bob Agnew and Craig Hoeff-
lin line up their puts as easily as they pose for our camera.
The 1961-1962 Golf team, under coach Don Looeall,
had a fine fall record and a good spring schedule of corn-
petition. In the fall competition, East Moline took second
in the Quad-Cities taking three out of the top four places in
the play-offs. In the Quad-Cities Bob Agnew won first
place, Larry VanderBelce was third and Craig Hoefflin was
fourth. Next fall our Golf team will have at least four re-
turning leltermen in Craig Hoefflin, Bolo Agnew, Gary john-
son, and Larry VanderBelce. Each year Golf becomes an in-
creasingly popular sport around the country and at U.T.H.S.
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Unfavorable Weather and a Late Spring Arrival Delay the
1962 Panther Baseball
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Members of the 1962 U.T.H.S. baseball team are: Row 1-Dave
Diederich, Ray Vermeulen, Don Panky, Don Buser. Row 2-jim
Teague, Cerry Kipp, Terry Anderson, Dennis Hanneman, lim Bowers,
Bob Hauman. Row 3-John Blunke, joe Ybarra, Gary Sutton, Dave
Powell, Greg DePorter. Row 4-Gene VVcimer, Tom Maranville, Max
VVeekly, Dan Carruthers, Gary Chuich, Bay Kraack. Row 5-Coach
john Burke, Bob Van Quathem, Howard Lange, jim Moore, Norman
Antolik, Coach Chuck Allee.
As spring practice swung into high gear, Coach Burke was
looking forward to a fine year. The 1961 graduation left the
team in want of many key positions. Because of the many op-
portunities auailable last year this years club had more overall
experience than last yearis squad. The Panthers were a fast and
eager group of ball players bent on winning their share of
games. Coach Burke is looking forward to a fine group of re-
turning letterrnen in 1963.
1961 VARSITY BASEBALL SCORES
Vs. Dav. Central
Vs. Dav. West
Vs. Rock Island
Vs. Cedar Rapids jefferson
Vs. Cedar Rapids
Vs. Rock Island
Vs. Dav. West
Vs. Dav. Central
Coach Burke smiles as he turns the bats over to veterans
Skip Blunk and Gerry Kipp.
Varsity Baseball Hopes in the "6Z" Spring Season Uncertain
As Aspirations Ride on lnexperienced Shoulders
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"Kra.ck' 'at the bat. Ray Krack we mean. this spring and fall season.
Coach Burke Forced to Rely on a Few Veterans and a
Great Many Untried Juniors As Season Begins
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U.T.H.S. Track Squad Sends Two to State Finals
The members of the 1962 track squad are: Row 1-Sheldon
Kave, Probizanskie, Ioe Lerschen, Curtis Leslie, Don
Maring, Tom Andress. Row 2-Harry Timbrook, jeff A. Wil-
liams, Brad Dunham, Dennis West, Gerald Weaver, Roger
Newlon. Row 3-Mgr. Mike Trout, Steve Dickey, Ierry Arm-
strong, Mike Foss, Bill Buckley, Gary Durham, Mgr. Ron
U.T.H.S. 1961 TRACK SCORES
Mississippi Valley Conference
U.T.H.S. Alleman 46 lf-3 71 2X3
U.T.H.S. - Rock Falls 49k 68 2X3
Davenport Relays 10
U.T.H.S. - Bettendorf 39 19
U.T.H.S. - Assumption 56 62
U.T.H.S. - Rock Island 31 94
Illinois District 6 1X3
Quad City 3
Illinois State Dave Herstedt and Gene Wilder-muth competed.
MaHaffey. Row 4-Michael Kenning, Cedric Salisbury, Brian
Ballard, Marlin Johnson, Ierry Lydon, Randy Roush. Row 5-
Gary Mundt, -lim McCabe, Steve Shull, Loring Korht, Garry
Harris, Hugh Brennan, Tim Landuit. Row 6-Tom Cline,
jim Bettis, Gene Wildermuth, Craig Meeske, Don Carpenter,
The 1961 Track Team was mainly a Sopho-
more and junior squad which provided the 1962
Spring season with a heavily experienced team.
The Sophomore squad in 1961 showed great
promise. In spring practice this year the number
out for Track Cahout 502 gave Coach Chivers a
good field from which to choose. With the many
experienced upper-classmen to help train the
good turn out of Freshmen and Sophomores, the
1963 season has many good prospects.
Armstrong in the dash, Dunham in the distances, Salisbury, Coach Glen Chivers and senior shot putter Clark Tracy show
Bettis, and McCreight in the hurdles, all race the clock a would be weight man the form and balance of shot putting.
Cross Country Team Competes in State Finals
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Mgr. Ron Mahaffey, joe VanQuathem, Don Panky, Ed Coram,
Dave NVest, Jerry Lundeen, Don Maring, Dennis XVest, Ed XVhite,
Larry XVhite, Gene Riley. Standing-Coach Glen Chivers, Duane
Low Score Wins
Rock Island f U.T.H.S. 26
Geneso - U.T.H.S. 34
Moline - U.T.H.S. 45
Alleman - Orion - U.T.H.S. 29
Rock Island - U.T.H.S. 20
Illinois District 2nd place
Illinois State 13th place
Low Score YVins
Invitational Meets 2812 38z1
Tri Meet 1610
Mile Team Race 2nd place
Quad City Meet 2nd place
M.Y.C. Cross Country 3rd place
Cremeens, jeff YVilliams, Brad Dunham, Gene NVildemuth, jim
Bettis, Scot Lyons, Paul WVl1ite, Tom Maranville, Howard Lange,
Jim Bowers, Ernie Kivisto, Bernie Bangel, Harry Timbrook, Tom
Andres, jim Moore, Bob VanQuathem.
The coming of the hardest winter in years
found our 1961 Cross Country finishing 13th in
the state of Illinois. Coach Glen Chivers found
veteran runners fGene IV'ildermuth, Dennis and
Dave IVest, Duane Carnzeens, Scott Lyons and
Tom Andressj the core of cz determined team.
Dave West, Scott Lyons, and Tom Andress will
be returning letterrnen in fail of 1962.
Indoor training provides ideal conditions for running perfection. Ollly 0l1td00I'S C311 tI'l16 f2lCiHg C0I1difi0DS be TeCfC21f6d-
U.T.H.S. Boys' Tennis Team 1961-1962 Season
This year's U.T.H.S. Tennis Squad is composed of len, Art Newingliam, Dennis Uzelac. Row 4-Keith
the following: Row 1-Larry Nelson, Lex Gober, Bowles, Bob DeMay, Ron Stout, Norman VVest,
jack Morgan. Row 2-Dave Rinden, Dick Ovens, Doug Brown, Iolm Daily, Coach Ed Peterhoff. Gray
Gerry Cluse. Row 3-Al Zimmerman, Brad McMil- Lee and Bob Brissman were absent.
In dual competition during the 1961 Spring
scomas and Fall Season, the U.T,H.S. Tennis Team
UTH-S. 052215321 compiled an outstanding record of 15 wins and
9 Dav, west 0 7 losses. This was the finest record of any of
3 Rock Island 6 the Varsity Teams at U.T.H.S. They also fin-
Z entml ? ished in second place in the Quad City singles
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ing position and has shown signs of continuing
the past excellence of U.T.H.S. Tennis squads.
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number one singles player Lexy Gober.
U.T.H.S. Girls Tennis Squad 1961-1962 Season
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Mueik, Gail Granet, Sheila
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llllllllf ruin many matches, most of them did play
the full three sets needed to win cz match. Most
of the top ten players are freshmen and sopho-
mores. This fact will prove interesting two years
Although everything seems complacent now, in just a short
To get the proper grip, just shake hands with the racket,
says Miss Miehalski, tennis coach, to Linda Maeik. time two friends-will he opposing each other on the courts.
jeanete Hart, lett, will try to defend her position as num-
ber one tennis player, while Gail Grunet will try to take
over that position. May tl1e best player Winl
U.T.l-l.S. Varsity Cheerleaders "ol"-"ol" Season
Picturcrl arc the l9Gl-62 varsitv chi-crleaders: Ann Causc, Kathy
1 Gothals, Pomposu Lopez,
Glenna Turner, Carol Kclly, Vicki Cruscr.
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These Sophomore chccrlcnders le-ad the fans in joyous support of thc Sophomore teams:
Kathy Agnew, Viviun VVilson, Chcryl Newlon, jcanettc Haut, Christine Stopolus, Bonnie
Freshman Cheerleaders Root the Orange
Leading the freshman class at games and rallies this season were: Beth Newmann, Marcia
Henyun, Becky YVurren, Emma Teague, Linda Sitter, Linda Hunt, Cindy Haynie, and
And Black Teams to Vietories This Season
Here the freshmen cheerleaders show ample proof of the agility and dexterity it takes to
be an outstanding cheerleader at U.T.H.S.
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North and South Campus
The following students comprise the South Campus Art Club: Row 1-Gerald
Skillet, Dick Francis, Bonnie Licko, Diane Dc-lacgher, Frances Rittel, Ccorge
Parr. Row 22-Sandra Lee, Ruben Guerrero, Dave Ferguson, Margo Ohlsen, ,Ioannc
Guild Sharon Blashack Lynn Bcldin. Row 3--Ruth Smith Carol Kelley Bob
The main source of income for the Art
Club is making posters for the various
other organizations in the school. This
year, the production was improved with
the acldition of a S125 sign machine. In
addition, to this time consuming activity,
the member.s find time for outside activi-
ties. In the fall, the club took a gallery
trip to a display in Davenport. In the
future, the club plans for a trip to Chi-
cago to view the various art establish-
Milbulrn, Allan VerBeke., I , 1 3
The Fresh-Soph Art Club includes: Flow 1-Virginia Hernandez,
Kathy jacques, Linda Tcrroncz, Maria Cordoso-trcasurcr, Donna
Frey-vice-president. Row 224 Alvina Terronez, Nancy Needham,
Phyllis XVirt, Rudy Rangel--president, Barbara Sullivan.
Taking time out from decorating the cafeteria
for the Art Club Dance are the officers and
sponsors: Ruth Smith, secretary, Ruben Guer-
rero, treasurer, Mr. Bullard, sponsor, Dave
Ferguson, xice-president, and Carol Kelly,
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For the second straight year, the Art Club float won first place in Humor in the
Homecoming Parade. This entry was entitled 'kKill 'Em Deadf,
Club Sponsors Twilight Time Dance
Members of this year's Business Club are: Row 1-Frances XVoods, Pat Russo, Anna Her-
rera. Row, 2-Sheryl Hook, Carolyn Stotmeister, Ella Spurr, Rosemary Prieto. How 3-Vicki
Cruser, Sally Beard, Kay Bebout. Row 4-Barbara Hoyle, Dorothy Sainer, Carrie Kappas,
Susy Achilles, Carmen Ramirez, Alice Flowers.
.T.H. . BUSINESS CLUB 1961-1962
Ari award dinner honoring outstanding .shorthand and lyping students, the
Twilight Time dance, and u Christmas party were some Bu.s'ine.s's Club activities
of this past year. The club is organized to provide the girls with an opportunity
to talk over office work and share the problems and experiences of their jobs.
To aid them in office procedure they prepared a bulletin board displaying proper
dress and manners for the office worker.
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Pasting an announcement for the rest of the members are These girls operate a few of many machines that they use
Miss Allen, sponsor, Sheryl Hook, vice-president, Rose Ann on the jobs.
Belman, president, Susy Achilles, treasurer, and Pat Russo,
Biology, chemistry and physics-these three .sciences are the basis for the
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Members of the South Campus Bio-Chcmics Club: Row l-Mary Skelton, Iulie Duff, Diane
Scibert, Charlyn Buss. Row 2-Alvin Leone, Pat Hill, Joy Bloomberg, Gail Salmonson,
Andy Lunclecn, Pat Linclstrom, Scott Kettering. How 3-Pctcr Hull, Mike Polich, Bill
Schmidt, Bob McCrcight, jim Fuller, Curtis McKay, Bill Keehn, Keith Boles.
of the U.T.l-l.S. Bio-Chemics Club
Bio-Chemics Club, with chapters at both campuses. The club is designed to
promote further interest in science beyond classroom activities. Monthly Bio-
Cheinics meetings are held, featuring guest speakers, science movies and other
programs. Also thy planned a trip to Aagustanais lab and observatory, had a
bowling party and in March had the annual initiation ceremony to welcome new
This year's officers are Mike Polich, sccrctaryg Charlyn Buss,
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president, Keith Bolcs, trcusurcr, and Diane Seibert, vice presi- meetings.
Mr. Pratt, Club sponsor, sets up a movie for one the monthly
Bio-Chemics Initiation Involves
Eggs are highly' valued the Week before initi-
ation since each plebe must get ten teachers
to sign this egg and the mere thought of a
raw egg is very tempting to a mischievous
North Campus officers are: Steve Buss, vice
president, Sandra Easley, Treasurer, and Ro-
berta Rowlands, Secretary.
Mr, Brooks begins the egg signing routine
while students count and compare the signa-
tures they already have solicited.
These Sophomore-Freshman members of the Bio-Chemics Club are: Row 1-Joanne Rosczyk,
Bonnie Lingner, Diana Corley, Dennis Needham, Stev Buss, Linda Thoman. Row 2-Mary
Lou Kundcrt, Margie Lee, Linda Macik, Sandra Easley, Roberta Rowlands, Barbara Nelson,
Al Cattoir, Richard Lampo. Row 3-Mary Simonick, Sharon Swails, Sandy Bobb, Bill
Buckley, Jeannette Hart, Mike Adams, Cary Christcnson, Lynn Kusy.
Camera Club Co-operates With Yearbook and Newspaper
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The Camera Club members are: Harry Bottorf, Iohn Hicks, Lexy Cober, Cathy Chuich,
Andy Martel, Bill Keehn, Sue Bobb, VVilfred Schmidt, and Ray Vermeulen.
U.T.H.S. CAMERA CLUB 1961-1962
This yeafs camera Club has a small membership, but all the members share
a common interest in photography. The chief acticity of the club is co-operating
with the school newspaper, the Key. In this way the Key has an excellent source
for its photographic needs. The sponsor of the Camera Club is Elmer Soules.
Camera Club officers are: Bill Keehn, president, Dave Sullivan, It appears as if Bill Keehn and Sandy Arvanis are surprised to
vice president, Cathy Chuich, secretary, Mr. Soulcs, sponsorg and see our photographer in the Dark Room, Back to that enlarging,
Sandy Arvanis, treasurer, kids!
Newest Addition to the Clubs at U.T.l-l.S.
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Members of the U.T.H.S. French Club are: Row l-Ierre Whipple, Kay Roselle, Barbara Sloane, Helen Issa, and Mary Perez. The
Melanie XVoocl, Sherrie Powell, jack Slover, Row 2-Scott Lyons, smiling sponsor is Clair Summers.
Curtis McKay, Sue Bulen, janet Berrgraf, Brad Dunham. Row 3
Officers of the French Club are: Sherri Powell, president, Bar-
bara Sloane, secretary-treasurerg Mr. Summers, sponsor, Scott
Lyons, vice president.
The newest club at U.T.H.S. is the recently formed
French Club. Since French I and II were added to the
curriculum, it seemed apparent that such a club would
he formed. At the monthly meetings, the members see
films on France and discuss pertinent information. As
an outside project, the club members went to Augustana
College to see a French comedy entitled "Tartuffe.', As
the club gains in experience, many other cliversifiecl
projects and activities will he added. The French Club
is under the direction of Clair Summers.
Sponsors and Offmers Attend
These students arc members of
llita Rasso, Pat Rice-, jerry Rc
-lim Johnson, Mr. lirlandaon, Sponsor btxnles Hlntz Hou 3 ohn Nlonllcr Llr Leedom
Ycrnon Dellvs, Ccorgc Kenney.
Annual Distr1but1ve EduC.1t1on Conclave
Mr Erllndmn glves officers joe Garcia, 'treasurerg Rrta Rrsso Lrrry and R1ta dlsplly the 'ldV61'tlS1YlE blotterb t
uae presldent Don Bertlroud, preside-ntg Larry De Paepe sum sold early III the year
tlrx md 1m ohnaon reportcrg somo pointers on devcloprng a
good busxnms person llxty.
Realistic Approach to Life
These are a few of the enjoyable displays we have
seen in the Distributive Education window in the past
year. This window brightens up the corridor with ex-
hibits ranging from Christmas candy to hub caps and
Display Window Is Outstanding D
and Business Opportunities by
Future Distributors of America
This is a club that really does something towards
fulfilling its main objective of preparing students for a
retailing career. They have gone to Eagleis VVarehouse,
Coke Bottling Co,, XVHBF, T.V., and radio station,
and Service Rubber Co., to see just what goes on be-
hind tlze scenes and therefore give them a better under-
standing of the business world. On February 23-24 the
sponsor and officers attended a state Leadership Con-
ference in Springfield.
.E. Activity in Year Round
Program of Activities
D.E. Students at Work
After School and on Weekends
practice the techniques which haue been infro-
P E 011 the JOb
1' X D. Sfmlenfs haue the chance fo use and
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The Future Is Shaped by Training and Experience
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Future Nurses Take Field Trips
Looking through the F N A scrap-
book are Mrs. Frels, sponsor, Sandy
Neff, historian, Varla Berghult, vice-
president, Julie Duff, president, Don-
na Hoepfner, treasurer, and Joann
These Junior and Senior girls belong to F N A: Row 1-Karen Cant, if fx.
Julie Duff, Pat Lindstrom, Sandy Neff, Varla Berghult. Row 2- -
Joann Paytash, Pat Hill, Marilyn Beaudry, Susan Bobb. Row 3-4 W
Carol Phelps, Peg Soekwcll, Sue Sprague.
FUTURE NURSES OF AMERICA
Freshman - Sophomore officers
are Sharon Swails, Jo Ann Daf-
fara and Cynthia Schreiner.
This organization provides training
for girls who wish to become nurses.
Through speakers, field trips, volunteer
work and discussion groups they learn
of the life a nurse leads and decide
if they will qualify.
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From the North Campus the F N A is represented by: Row 1- Melody Serres. Row 3-Barbara VVright, Pamela Newborn,
Mary Lou Kundert, Peggy Emmett, Ester Anders, Peggy Joyce Gerlach, Jenny Holmes, Marsha Hanna, Rosemary
Hunter, Pam Haber, Nancy Buckley, Georgia Aten, Maria Graham, Geraldine Mohr, Judy Miller. Row 4-Jane Free-
Cardosa, Cheryl Miller, Mary Johnson. Row 2-Cynthia bern, Helen Locling, Kathleen Stromer, JoAnn Daffara, Sharon
Schreiner, Sharon Cady, Mary Komatar, Janice Lockhart, Swails, Cheryl Becker, Elizabeth Scott.
Vivian Lane, Pat Padget, Marcia McLane, Virginia Barber,
And Do Volunteer Nursing Work Year Round
Co-Sponsoring Homecoming Dance FHA Project
South Campus members of F H A are: Row 1-Mary Miller Blrbiri Carlton Vala Nord
holm. Row 2-Theresa Vallejo, Kathy Coethais, Terri Hintze udy Rll'5t0Il Row 3 Bar
bara Denys, Geraldine Bobb, Sharon Brown, Earole Moline
FUTURE HOMEMAKERS CF AMERICA
The members of this club are provided with an oppoitunzty to shaie and
improce their domestic talents. They had .several ployccts and actzczties this
year, including co-sponsoring the Homecoming Dance hosting thc section mlly
last fall, and serving at the teachefs tea.
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The officers for the year are: Sharon Brown, vice-presidentg ust a simple of the wonderful work these girls can do
Vala Nordholm, trcasurcrg Mrs. Carrington, sponsorg Iudy
Ralston, presiclentg and Sandy Arvanis, historian.
Future Homemakers Serve at
'N 'f ' North Campus officers are: Janice Van Volten
burg, Beverly Brown, Ruth Liggett and spon
., - . sor, Miss F rane.
Barb Carlton and Theresa Vallejo practice hostessing during the
Faculty Tea in December
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The Alpha Chapter of Students is composed of: Bow 1-Margaret Hicks, Sharon
Turner, Mildred Scott, Betty Lavine, Carol .Ludee-n, Judy Payne, Mary Ann Her-
nandez. Row 2-Sandra Quimby, Carolyn Campbell, Jacqueline Ismael, Victoria
Ramirez, Judy Roach, Jennifer Cramhlett, Janet MeMillin, Susan Henning. Bow 3-Patsy
Carss, Sandra Bowker, Sharon XVatson, Betty XVeinert, Judy Vaccaro, Ruth Liggett, Judy
C. Garrett, Sue Denys, Cecelia lNIcLaughlin. Row 4-Peggy Martin, Sharon Kelly, Bev-
erly Brown, Bonita Murphy, Judy Kinnaman, Sandra Carmichael, Jeannie Kerscheiter,
Nancy Johnson, Brenda Bone, Janice VanVoltenburg, Pamela Murphy, Marsha Hanna.
Future Teachers Distribute Gifts
Junior-Senior members of the Future Teachers are: Row 1-Scott Kettering, Diane Sie-
bert, Carmen Ramirez, Charlyn Buss, Ruth Kincaid. Row 2-Carole Polich, Sue Bulen,
Joanne Guild, Alice Nelson, Gaylord Vogler, Elayne Valentine, Jack Slover. Row 3--Joe
Skowronski, Curtis McKay, Mike Polich, Gene Saunders, Dave Lange, Gene Wiemer, Carl
Suhr, Ray Kraack, and Frank Benedict.
FUTURE TEACHERS OF AMERICA
This year, the Future Teachers Club increased and widened its scope of
activities. On October 7, five members accompanied by Miss Calvert attended
the District lVorkshop at Morrison. Later that month, fifteen of the Future
Teachers along with Miss Calvert and Mr. Peterhoff went to Sherrard for the
first Blackhawk Division meeting. The Blackhawk Division is an area organiza-
tion consisting of eighteen schools. For the second time in the last three years,
the Division president has been from East Moline. Holding down that position
this year is joe Skowronski, who served as vice-president and program chairman
of the Division last year. Also in October, Mike Polich and Ioe Skowronski were
present at a meeting of the Nominations Committee for the Division, and both
club members served as ushers at the Teachers Institute in Rock Island. In
November, Future Teachers served as guides at the Open House. A large num-
ber attended a program on Special Education at Eugene Field School in Rock
Island, and Miss Calvert and five senior girls participated in a Workshop at
Marycrest College. Included in the Uforkshop was a tour of any one of the
Davenport schools which the students indicated. In January, seventeen members
and both sponsors were present at the Blackhawk Division meeting at Moline.
The last Division meeting is set for April 30 at Orion.
Besides outside activities, the club itself has carried on many projects of its
own. In October, new members were initiated and officers were installed. This
brought the total club membership to thirty-seven. After the ceremonies, Miss
Mitchell, a student teacher at Augustana, explained the values of Student Teach-
ing. Refreshments were served after the program. In November, Mr. Ed Hill,
principalat Ridgewood, spoke on teaching at the junior high level. For the
December meeting, a Christmas party was held. Prior to the meeting, the mem-
bers collected food and toys for distribution to needy children at Christmas time.
In january, Miss Pearson, a speech correctionist, spoke on special education.
On February 23, the Future Teachers sponsored the dance after the Alleman
basketball game. Music was provided by the Twilighters.
One of the many activities still remaining occurs March 23-24. At this time,
five club members and Mr. Peterhoff will attend the State Convention at Aurora.
This year, Mike Polich is one of three candidates running for president of the
state organization. lVith his outstanding qualifications, Mike will undoubtedly
find himself in the thick of the race. Numerous other activities will occupy the
club during the spring months.
Needy Families Over Christmas Vacation
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Freshman-Sophomore members of the F T A are: Row 1-Diana Corley, jackie Schrader,
Joanne Rosczyk, Nancy Drayer. Row 2-Marie Andress, Barbara Nelson, Mary Simonick,
Dorothy Smith. Row 3-Bob Bray, Sandra Bobh, Steve Dickey.
Club Activities Increase and Prosper Under Expert Guidance
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The efficient sponsors of F T A proudly. tlispaly the State The F T A officers take time out from their activities to pose
Charter, The sponsors are Miss Calvert and Mr. Petcrhoff. for this picture. They are: joe Skowronski, presiclentg Carole
Polich, treasurerg Carmen Ramirez, secretaryg and Mike Polich,
U.T.H.S. Library Club Sponsors
Student librarians at Soutli Campus: Row l-Scott Kettering, Karen Cranet, Ioan Robinson
Vurla Bergliult, Marlene Bureski, Carlo Ferreri. How 2-Marilyn YVriglit, Gail Salmonson,
Carrie Knppas, Roseanne Tskanikas, Pat Hill. Row 3fDiek Owens, jim Bergstrancl, Leslie
Fulselier, Howard Lange, Juergen Klee, Larry Finley.
Paper-Back Book Fair
Co-campus officers of the Library Club are: Larry Finley,
president, Ioan Robinson, secretary, john Dailey, vice-presidentg
and Pat Hill, treasurer.
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A lot goes on in the workroom under the guidance and direc-
tion of sponsor, Miss Esther MeNutt.
lnvaluable Service to Students and Faculty
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Joan and Carlo sample a few of the paper-back book col- The Book-fair was well received by the entire student body
leetion, a recent addition to the library, as evidenced here by our exchange student, Juergen Klee.
This club unotions aml exists as a service Throuffhout this iear the two clubs have also
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organization to azfl faculty anrl students in the gotten together several tzmes for pzcmcs, parties,
use of the library. Each librarian gives up one and other social actiuities.
half of his free periods per week to library duty.
These are the sophomore librarians: Row 1-Bonnie Lingner, Joanne Rosezyk, Phyllis
Howell, Diane Robinson, Betty hYClIll'I"t, John Moore, Row 2-Steve Buss, Linda Knox,
Barbara Celunde, Carol Radovieh, Janice Ripka, JoAnn Daffura, Margaret Fulseher,
Linda Thoman, Row 3-Earl Jones, Bill Zora, Hay Mueller, Gail Hermes, Randy Chapman,
John Daly, Dale Leland, Linda Karsten.
Largest and Most Active Organization at U.T.H.S.
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These are tl1e Senior members of G.A.A. this year: Row 1-Donna
Green, lean DeRocker, Kathy Goethals, Indy VanKlavern, lanet
Harrison, Priscilla Ohlsen, Sherian Hamrick, Carol Fitzgerald, lillen
Crawford, Cheryl Robinson, Ann Ganse, Glenna Turner, Karen Cant.
Row 2-Frances YVo0d, Charlyn Buss, Ruth Kincaid, Rita
Nixon, Charlene Colvin, Lynne llostens, Geraldine Bohh, Linda
Neyt, Joann Paytash, Theresa Vallejo, Yala Nordholm, Sharon
Brown, Iana Tmnnell, Row 3-Evelyn Strickland, Carmclle Sny-
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der, Caroline Stotmeister, Paula Huggins, Peggy Stockwell, Gloria
Tompkins, Anne Herrera, Rose Anne Belman, Rosemary Prieto,
Judy Ralston, Pat Hill, Janet Lindley, Row 4-Andrea Lnndeen,
Gayle Hamerlinek, joylin Bloomberg, Susy Achilles, Karen Lewis,
Rita Rasso, Mary Kay DeCapp, Carole Polieh, Carol Kelley, Iulic
Duff, Sheila Leahy. Row 5-Judy Sigler, lean Mitcham, Gail
Salmonson, joan Rohinson, judy Shipma, Diane Seibert, Susy
VVeiss, Stella Flowers, Colleen Flowers.
GAA. Dance-March 16th Eagerly Anticipated by Girls
Miss Piano, Miss Michalski, Miss Leibovitz, Mrs, YVard, and Miss Beauchamp gave us
another successful year.
PE. Teachers Keep the Ball Rolling
Aerial Darts, Volleyball, Bowling Enjoyed by All
C. A. A. board members are: Row 1-Susan Mefxlullin and Donna Frey, freshman repre-
sentative, Sharon Polieh, president, Sandy XVenrlell, vice president, Nancy Buckley, Sopho-
more representative. How 2-Anita Salmonson, freshman representative, Carol Polieli,
Senior representative, Ruth Stepp, junior representative, Indy Sllipma, past president,
Vivian XVilson, sophomore representative. Row 3-Sharon Campbell, junior representative,
Ierri YVl1ipple, past secretary, Gail Salmonson, past vice-president, Carol Kelley, Senior
representative, and Jeanette Hart, secretary.
1961-1962 GIRLS' ATHLETIC ASSGCIATIO
Good sportsmanship, recreation, exercise, and an
all-around good time are some of the benefits a girl re-
ceives from belonging to G,A.A. Throughout the year
she has a chance to take part in various activities such
as deck tennis, aerial darts, basketball, soccer, volley-
ball, and bowling. One of the best things about being
a member is the opportunity to meet girls from other
schools through the many playdays that are held during
the year. The main higlzlights of the year are the an-
nual initiation during which the officers and new mem-
bers are inducted, and the G.A.A. dance-traditionally
girl ask boy-giving the girls the chance thegfve always
wanted to ask that certain guy. These and other ac-
tivities make the girls enjoy belonging to the kind of
club that really gets things done.
How many points for a basket like Everybody ready? Having her ups and downs fM0stly
10 Senior Girls Attend lowa City Playday
WATCH THE BIRDIEI
A G.A.A. PLAYDAY
TEACHING THE GIRLS
TO GET ALONG WITH
RELAY RESULTS: B A C K
ACHES AND PLENTY OF
Playday in Pictures
WERE THE NAMES
OF SOME OF THE
TEAMS EEQM THE
"SPACE DAYS' THEME
THE EVENT WAS
THE DAY BEGAN AT 8:30
WITH REGISTRATION. SO
THAT THEY COULD MEET
MORE NEW PEOPLEQ
GROUPS OF F R IE N D S
WERE PUT ON DIFFERENT
THE FACE IS FAMILIAR,
BUT. . .
PROVIDES A DAY OF
FUN AND EXERCISE IN
SESSIONS OF VARIOUS
SPORTS, SET UP
READY AND REACHINC-
60 Freshmen and Sophomores Attend South Campus Playday
HARDER THAN IT LOOKS
GIVES YOU PRACTICE IN
OLD SKILLS AND LEARN-
ING NEW ONES IN THE FA-
MILIAR GAMES OF BASKET-
BALL AND VOLLEYBALL,
AND THE MORE UNUSUAL
ONES OF DECK TENNIS RE-
LAYS, AERIAL DARTS, AND
JUST SCHUFFLING AROUND
THANKS TO GOOD
PLANNING BY THE
TEACHERS AND THE
EFFORTS OF THE
IUNIORS AND SENIORS
WHO SERVED AS REF-
EREES AND TEAM
LEADERS THE PROJ-
ECT WENT SMOOTHLY
FROM BEGINNING TO
ALL GOOD THINGS MUST
PERFECT F O R M , BUT
WHAT IS SHE SWINGING
IN THE HEAT OF PLAY
AND DURING RELAXATION
YOU REALLY GET TO KNOW
EACH OTHER AND MAKE
MANY NEW FRIENDS. THIS
IS PERHAPS THE MOST
WONDERFUL AND RE-
WARDING R E S U L T PLAY-
DAY CAN BRING.
SOMEBODY GET IT!
COME TO AN END. DO-NUTS
AND MILK IN THE CAFETERIA
REFRESHED US AND SENT
EVERYONE HOME IN GOOD
School Banners for U.T.H.S. Gym and Athletic Equipment Purchased by
Efforts of Lettermen
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Lettermen of this year are: Row 1-Ray Vermeulen, Scott Lyons,
Dave Dinden, Cary Johnson, Ron Mohoffe, Ron Schneider, Bob
Haumann, Mike Sandoval, Bernie Rangel, Mick VVilliams. Row 2-
Mr. Kivisto, Lexy Cober, Milt Elias, Bob Brissman, Bill Zora,
Bob Agnew, Craig Hoefflin, Skip Blunke, Harry Timbrook, Earl
Paasch, Brad Dunham. Row 3-Gene XVildermuth, Ieff XVilliams,
Keith Curry, jerry Armstrong, Cary Sutton, Tito Owens, Archie
Gartner, Dennis Rusk. Row 4-Frank Benedict, Jerry Kipp, lim
Stopoulos, Don Leonhard, Bill Hahn, Dan Carruthers, Mike Ligino,
Larry Sweet, Brian Murnma. Row 5HDuane Ash, Louis Ligeno, Don
Miller, Dave jarry, Bob Graham, Dewayne Cremeens, jim Teague,
john Cropp, Row 6-Larry Nelson, Caroltl Peve, Dick Bealer, jim
Bowers, Dave NVest, Dennis XVest, Tom Andress, Bob Burrell.
Row 7-Cary Lee, Rick Paasch, Howard Lange, John Hurd, Gene
Wleimer, Larry Finley, Clark Tracy, Paul XVhite.
1961 LETTERMENS CLUB 1962
One of the largest and most active of the clubs is the Lettermen's Club, con-
sisting of 61 boys who have earned a major letter in one or more sports. School
banners, a whirlpool bath, and foot care equipment are some things the lettermen
have purchased for the school, and to earn the money to buy them they have a
variety of jobs ancl projects. Selling pep pins and programs at the games, holding
a car wash, sponsoring clances and ushering are some of these. Also they have
a work day when each boy hires himself out to rlo some sort of job and turns
his earnings into the club. One of most enjoyable activities for the guys was
during the fall season when they went to Iowa City to watch a college football
game. An event enjoyed by everyone is the annual lctternian-faculty game when
the boys and teachers get a chance to really battle it out. At'the end of the year
the club buys a trophy for each Senior letterman and presents them at the awards
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Activity and Energy Distinctive Features of the Hustling
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The smiling officers of this year's club are: Brad Dunham, secretaryg john Hurd, treas-
urerg Earl Paasch, presidentg and Mick XVilliams, vice president.
Lettermen Leave for Iowa City to See Big-Ten Game
Sponsor and Coach, Emie Kivisto, and the U.T.H.S. lettermen are greatly enjoyed by all and help to stimulate constant interest and
seen here preparing to embark for a football game between Iowa activity among the members ot this outstanding group,
and California at Iowa City, Iowa. Activities such as this are always
A Lettermaris Duties Are Many and Varied
Mike makes this part of in lettermuiils duties look like fun, but
after il grime he keeps busy.
Members of the Lettermens Club This Year 1961-1962
6 XVhen pep pins are sold no one can resist nfriendlyi' persuasion
of a lettermuu.
Fukiiig the work-alas' thex' haul earlier in the veair, these letter- i,i: W H
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men lmmve the cold weiitlici' to clear the siclexxiilk, Maybe A ft'
Howurcl cuii explain just how he usecl ii limo trimiuer in 8 K p , 1 A
inches of snow, i '- 1'1 , m f , iff ' ' 13
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1 despite the brooms and shovels.
Honors Each Member With a Trophy
Outstanding Dramatic Students at U.T.H.S.
The 1961-1962 National Thespians are: Row 1-Carol hard, Gene Saunders, Bob McCrc-ight. Row 4-Terry An-
Kelly, Sally Goodwin, Ellen Crawford, Cheryl Robinson, derson, Greg DePorter, Tom Maranville, joe Skowronski.
Alice Nelson. Row 2--Scott Lyons, Don Miller, Barb Row 5-Louis Ligeno, Roger Miller, Frank Benedict.
Sloane, Andrea Lundcen. Row 3-Max VVeekly, Don Leon-
Proudly displaying the trophy for the first place in
dramaties at the District Speech Contest are these leads
in the Thespian play: Joe Skowronski, Barb Sloane,
Sally Goodwin, Scott Lyons.
The National Thespians is an honorary society for students
who have achieved prominence in Dramatics. Election is secured
through acting and through helping backstage. In addition, the
other important positions in the production of a play, such as
the llusiness manager, merit entrance into the organization.
This year, the Thespian Play is entitled "The Heiressf, Cast
in leading roles are: Sally Goodwin, joe Slcowronski, Barbara
Sloane, and Scott Lyons. A thirty-five minute cutting was pre-
sented Felarnary 17, at Rock Island for the District Speech Con-
test. At this event, East Moline captured first place over four
other plays. Thursday, on March 10, the four players pictured
on the left will try to win first or .second place at the Sectional.
The top tivo plays at the Sectional will advance to the State
Finals, April 6-7.
Rifle Club Stresses the Many
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The following students comprise the Rifle Club: Row 1-John E. Lindstrom, Donald Hunt,
Ronnie Stephens, Alan Lovvstcd, Larry Simon-rss, Ron Teager, XVuyne Leader, Row 2-
Larry Vz1nDcvL-ntcr, Icruld Abbitt, Rodger Thompson, Leo Fettcrer, Tom Laird, Richard
Hipskind, Dick Strung, Row Sehiichael Fish, Creg DePorter, Douglas Wlells, Beverly Fer-
guson, Kay Stromer, Linda Cutler, Don Leonliurd, jenn Hunter.
U.T.H.S. RIFLE CLUB 1961-1962
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The Rifle Club officers and sponsor are: WVayne Leader, Execu-
tive officcrg Bill Craver, trvnsurerg Beverly Ferguson, vice-
presidentg Jim Dean, presidentg Mike Fish, secretaryg and
Mr. Oliver, sponsor.
Membership in the Rifle Club enables the students
of U.T.II.S. to learn the correct usage of rifles and to
become excellent marksmen. The sponsor of the Rifle
Club, Mr. Paul Oliver, instructs the members in the
correct techniques of understanding and shooting a gun.
In addition to the many sectional and statewide con-
tests, meets are held within the club. Shooting is done
after school at the North Campus. Each member follows
a shooting schedule that is posted in advance. This is
a unique club for few urea schools haue the facilities
for, and can offer to the students, such opportunities.
Techniques and Skill of Marksmanship
Homecoming Float Cops Ist Place in Originality
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Freshman-Sophomore Spanish Club members are: Row I-Bon-
nie Lingner, Geraldine Ross, Cheri YanAusDall, Jean Hunter,
Margaret Hicks, Margaret Sierra, Mary Ann Hernandez, and
LaJune XVestbrook. Row 2-Cheryl Dobereiner, Christine Sto-
poulos, XVanda Young, Margaret Hunter, Mary Martin, Phyllis
Howell, Nancy Buckley, and David Tschopp. Row 3-June
PAN AMERICAN DAY ATTENDED BY ll SCHOOLS
Member of South Campus Spanish Club are: Row I-Pat Rasso, Rose Anne Bel-
man, secretary, Carmen Ramirez, Rosemary Prieto, Anno Herrera, vice-president,
Pomposa Lopez, and Lupe Sierra, treasurer, Row 2-Judy Sigler, Max XVeekly,
Mike Philhower, president, Larry Finley, and Barbara Sloane.
Lewis, Bonita Murphy, Jana Oakman, Christie Dow, Tomasa
Garcia, Janice Ripka, Gary Crider, and Alice NVoods. Row 4-
Geraldine Mohr, Judy Miller, Karen Engelkins, Roberta Row'
lands, Beverly Beaudry, DeeAnn Barry, Judy Melvin, north
campus vice-president, Karen Roth, Jane Freebern, Linda Cut-
ler, Sharon Swails, and Julius Meyers.
Repeating last yearis tradition the club be-
gan the year by capturing first place in the
originality division of the homecoming floats
with one of the cleeerest ideas in a long time,
"We IVon't taste Defeetf, As the year progressed
they sponsored the first basketball dance, had
guests from Mexico df Panama speak at various
meetings, and during April held a Pan American
Day to create greater interest in our southern
neighbors and provide students with an oppor-
tunity to learn more about Spanish speaking
GUESTS FROM FOREIGN COUNTRIES
SOUTH CAMPUS SPANISH CLUB
Club Donates Baskets of Food
This year's members of the Tri-Mic Club are: Row l-Den-
Gerald YVinkelbauer, Gary Sutton, XVayne Gromm, Mark
nis Garner, Dan Bad lev YVarren Nlotzer Allen Lolise er Mitcliell, Iolm Yersypt, Ken Hall, Larry Tillberg. How 4-
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Brewer, Steve Lee, Cary Anderson, Cary Hoftmeier.
Row 2- Dan Blasliaelc, Mike Fritz, Robert Graham, Larry
Bandy Kline, -lim Bettis, Dan Cook, Jim Dean, john Pip-
pert, Tom Courtney, Cary Davidson, Dennis Stulir, Aten
Powell, Douglas Sodeman, Tom Mix, john Hemphill, Carv Thompson, Bill Stewart, jack Taylor.
XVelch, Max 0'Klock. Bow 3-Bob Sayers, jerry Armstrong,
Tri-Mic: Officers Attend State Convention
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Calling the meeting to order are tlie Tri-Mic officers: Gary
Sutton, treasurer, jim Dean, president, jerry Brewer, secretary,
and john Versypt, Vice president.
The purpose of the Tri-Mic club is to create
closer ties between the different industrial trades.
This yearls clalz llas taken part in many diversi-
fied activities and projects. As in tlie past tlze
Tri-Mic menzlners sponsored llze Homecoming
Dance. In addition tlie menzliers toolt a field trip
and passed out liandlyills. As a form of outside
recreation tlze claln went on a lzay rack ride. In
community affairs tlie Tri-Mic club has made
several important contributions. Besides plant-
ing trees for tlze TVOl7lCl1,.S' Club, tlie club will
serve to collect food at Clzristmas time, to do-
nate to needy families. The officers of tlie club
ivill serve as delegates to tlze slate convention.
Sponsor of tlze Tri-Mic club is Mr. Cavanaugh.
For Needy Families at Christmas Time
J IOR-SENIOR Y-TEENS 1961-1962
junior-Senior Y-Teens members are: Row 1-Phyllis Hailey, Fran
Xllissbaum, Sharon Polich, Gloria Harker, jean Deliocker, Betty
McLaughlin, Margene Millen, Jerri XVhipple, Varla Berghult, Carole
Moline, Bonnie Lieko, Sandy Neff, Charlyn Buss. Row 2-Sharon
Campbell, Terri Hintze, Evelyn Strickland, Edna Iones, Sandy
Clark, jackie Boyce, Marcella Albritton, Dianne Smith, Judy YVal-
laee, Lora Asmus, Marlene Bureski, Colleen Flowers, Linda An-
derson. Row 3-Glenna Turner, Kathy Coethals, Kare11 Cant, Jana
Trunnell, julie Duff, Andrea Lundeen, Karen Duff, janet Harri-
son, Geraldine Bobb, Shirley Fish, Gayle Hamerlinck, Connie
Knight, Orene Boxmann, Sandy Calvert. Row 4-Ann Cause, Ellen
Crawford, Priscilla Ohlsen, Paula Huggins, Sherian Hamrick, Carol
Fitzgerald, Lynne Hostens, Deanna Benson, Vicki Harlow, Rose-
mary, Stockton, Joann Paytash, Sandy Neal, Ruth Smith. Row 5-
Peg Stockwell, Stella Flowers, Frances YVoods, Rita Nixon, Joylin
Bloomberg, Ella Spurr, Dixie Cook, Virginia Hurak, Carmelle
Snyder, Karen Granet, Nancy Homan, Carol Phelps, Kay Bebout.
Row 6: Cheryl Robinson, Debbie York, Sherri Powell, Sally Good-
win, Barbara Fender, Carol Kelley, Sandy VVendell, Ruth Stepp,
Margo Ohlsen, Cheryl Newberg, Linda Guthrie.
Y-Teens Distribute Baskets to the Needy for X-mas
The officers for this year are: Row 1-Gayle Hammerlinck, Ruth Smith,
Joann Paytash. Row 2-Jerri Vfhipple, Charlyn Buss, Ruth Stepp, Varla
Berghult, Dianne Smith. Bow 3-Iana Trunnell, Karen Cant.
I Affiliated with the YXV CA, this organize
tion combines social activities with service
projects. Because of the large membership
the club is divided into Freshmen, Sopho
more, and junior-Senior branches. Some
times the club works together and other
times each branch carries on its own activi
ties. Service projects included making favors
for hospital trays, holding Lenten services,
and distributing Christmas baskets. Swim
ming and skating parties, a hayride, and a
Christmas formal were some of the social
Favors for Hospital Trays Special Project
Officers of the sophomore branch of the Y-Teens are: Bonita Johnson, Linda Knox, Kathy
Agnew, Barb Celande, Jana Oakman, Jeanette Hart, Pat Mulligan, Pam Tate, Miss Bing.
Over Ninty Members in the Sophomore Y-Teens
These girls make up the membership of the sophomore Y-
Teens: Bow 1-Gail Hermes, Judy Vacearo, Cheryl Dobereiner,
Heather XVolfe, Carol Badovich, Phyllis Howell, Karen Eleo-
pulus, Jean Dahm, Evelyn Dagget, Sandra Casillas, Sandra
Carmichael, Gloria Isais, LaJune YVestbrook, Sharon Turner,
Mildred Scott, Alice YVoods. Row 2-Cail Cranet, Barb
Celande, Kathy Agnew, Connie Ulrich, Sue lmmesoete, Betty
Forrett, Betty Lavine, Judy Roach, Cynthia Schreiner, Mar-
garet Hicks, Cheryl Hawkins, Diane Robinson, Judy YValters,
Joanne Deffara, Sharon Swails. Bow 3-Linda Owens, Linda
Norin, Louise Patterson, Bandi Hart, Jennifer Cramblett, Joyce
Cerlach, Peggy Emmert, Lilli Masterlerz, Linda Thoman, Nancy
Laity, Diane Bush, Carol YanHulle, Judy Liecltke, Betty Vlad-
del, Jeanette Hart. Row 4fCeorgia Aten, Pam Haber, Vivian
XVilson, Ceraldine Ross, Cheryl Russell, Pam Tate, Bonnie
Murphy, Jana Oakman, Phaelea Bevelheimer, Jean Rickey, Bev
Ferguson, Marcia McLaine, Linda Knox, Janice VanVolten-
berg, Marilyn Miller. Bow 5-Trudy Cause, Nancy Buckley,
Toni Bereski, Bonita Johnson, Vicki Huggins, DeEtta YValton,
Karen Yendel, Donna Vallee, Cheryl Buser, Margie Lee, San-
dra Bobb, Linda Trask, Bette Bell, June Lewis. Bow 6-Carol
Fritz, Chris Stopolus, Diana Sharer, Bonnie Lingner, Cheryl
Newlan, Jane Freebern, Donna Anderson, Judy Miller, Peggy
Shuh, DeAnn Barry, Bev Beaudry, Sondra Decker, Judy
Henry, Judy Melvin, Ty Thompson, Cheryl Miller.
Door to Door
Religious Life Observed and Upheld by Y-Teen Services
Held During Lenten Holidays
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AND DANCING ARE
DURING SCHOOL YEAR
Freshmen Y-Teen members are: Row 1-Christine DeMarlie, Nancy
Miller, Boni Bousselot, Marcia Henyan, Chris Gilmore, Betty Nord-
holm, VVanda Cox, Sue MeMillin, Linda Tank, Linda Fray, Brenda
Bone, Gail Tolliver, Sue Griffith. Row 2-Pat Hofreiter, Brenda XVest-
brook, Betty MeCorkle, Emma Teague, Charlotte Lawrence, Linda
Carleton, Caroline Foutsch, Marie Andress, Jackie Schrader, Kay
Page, Nancy Sehatteman, Leanna O'Harrow, Pat Bulen, Becky Smith.
Row 3-Jody Kuehler, Carolyn Gloekhoff, Virginia VandeGeest, Judy
Hughes, Vickie Russell, Marsha Sehoellerman, Bonnie DeCastaker,
Julie Clapp, Linda Owen, Janice Lockhart, Linda Hougan, Elinor
YVenke, Carolyn Haw. Row 4-Cheryl Becker, Sherry VVilliams, Alexis
Skafidas, Sharon Boultinghouse, Judy Fiechter, Sandy Svcc, Martha
Ferris, Jackie Daniels, Linda Hoskins, Judy Massa, Bonnie Miller,
Pam Loding, Donna Frey. Row 5-Regina Ruby, Mary Hurt, Sue
Haegemin, Barb Kline, Sherry YVatson, Linda Penrod, Kathy XVeckly,
Cheryl YVOner, Sue Smith, Joyce Shull, Donna Swift, Mary Komatar,
Marylee Rosenherger, Cheri VanAusdall. Row 6-Peggy Timbrook,
Jeannie Talbot, Marilyn Sullivan, Phyllis Marchiando, Pam Bradshaw,
Connie Sharer, Debbie Sipes, Karen Sheppard.
Formal Dance Enjoyed by All During Xmas Vacation
Y-Teen representative officers are: Row I-Chris Gilmore, Betty Nordholm, Pat
Bulen. Row 2-Leanna O,HLl1'f0XY', Alexis Skafidas, Bonnie DeCastaker, Kay Page.
U.T.H.S. Pep Club Strives for
The junior-Senior members of the Pep Club are: Row 1-Kathy Sharon Polich, David Sullivan. Row 4-Mickey YVilliams, Joe
Nickerson, Varla Berghult, Ellen Crawford, Sandy VVendell, Anna Skowronski, Joylin Bloomberg, Mary Dubuissou, Carol Kelley,
Herrera, Frances VVoods. Row 2-Kathleen Coethals, Marcia Donald Miller, Andrea Lundccn, jack Slover, Dick Ovens. Row 5-
Brown, Cathy VanHecke, Vickie Cruser, Ann Cause, Charlyn Mike Polich, Bill Schmidt, Ruben Guerrero, Curtis McCay, Carl
Buss, Carmen Ramirez, Row 3-Glenna Turner, Karen Cant, Suhr, Larry Finley, Frank Benedict.
Geraldine Bobb, Iere VVhipple, Dave Ferguson, Ruth Stepp,
Junior-Senior officers of the Pep Club are: Larry Finley, presi-
dcntg Carl Suhr, treasurer, Vicki Cruser, secretary, and Don
Miller, vice president.
An Organized Cheering Section
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The Freshman-Sophomore Pep Cluh includes the following: Row 1- Georgia Aten, Bonnie Miller. Row 3-Sandy Lodieo, Beth Neumann,
Yix'Yian YYilson, Marylee Bosenherger, Olivia Terronez, Nancy Iucly Fieehter, Cindy Haynie, Dehi Sipes, Kay Page, Chris De-
Miller, Kathy Agnew, Betty Norclholm, Bonnie Ligner, Chris Marlie. Row 4-Bonita johnson, Sandy Svee, Sandy Bohb, Ieanette
Stoponlos, Boni Bonsselot. Row 2-Margie Lee, Cheryl Newlon, Hart, Indy Massa, Mary Simonieh, Sue Henning, Linda Sitter,
Cheryl Dohreiner, Indy Vaeearo, Sherry NVatson, Diana Sharer,
Officers of the Frosh-Soph Pep Cluh are: Bonnie Bonsselot,
seeretaryg Jeanette Hart, vice presiclentg ancl Cheryl Dohereiner,
This year, the -U.T.H.S.
Pep Club attempted to bring
about an organized form of
cheeringg. U'ith Mr. Erlancl-
son, Dislributiue Education
teacher as sponsor, the club
fornniloterl plans and activi-
ties for the year. This ijQCll',.S'
eluh has ll dual systenz of of-
ficers with only one presi-
dent. Jlenzhers were se-
lecrfecl from those who Suh-
to the Con,s'tituIion of the
Pep Cluh, 1111 nienihelns' must
zeezzr white s'l1irt,s' or lJl0use.s'
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Selected as King and Queen of Homecoming for 1961 were lim Stopoulos
and Barb Fender. Both were crowned at a special assembly at each campus.
Barb and lim reigned over the annual Homecoming parade, the football game
against Jefferson, and the dance. Prelsiousroyal pairs were invited as guests
to this year's dance, establishing a new tradition. V
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Gayle Hnmerlinck, Queen Barb Fender, King ,lim Stopoulos, Ellen Crow- PCVG, 211111 l0l111 Cwpp.
A group of people watch the small Isaiah
atop the choir float as it creeps upon a doomed
jefferson effigy. This was one of the several
floats entered by the four classes and various
clubs in the Homecoming parade.
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students and fans form a path for him
at the edge of the football field. Ooer
the hoop stancls one of the goal posts,
decorated for the Homecoming game.
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Citizenship, Leadership, Tolerance, and a Sincere Desire to
Aid and Help Others
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Mark Members of the Student Council at U.T.H.S.
The Student Council has supported many worth-while
causes this school year. One of these was the faculty tea,
which was attended by teachers and council members. This
promoted better relations between teachers and the council.
Another worthy cause was the financing of another foreign
exchange student. Last year's student council sponsored this
Kneeling-Bob McCreight, Micky Williams, Jim Wilson, Larry Van-
derbeke. Bow 1 Standing-Ray Mueller, Barb Fender, Gayle Ham-
merlinck, Varla Berghult, Trudi Gause, Pat Mulligan, Cheryl New-
lon, Nancy Buckley, Debbi Sipes, Carol Kelly, Sally Goodwin. Back
yearis foreign student, Jurgen Klee from iVest Germany.
Next year we shall have the third exchange student, with the
help of the Student Council. A third project was the state
convention held in the Sherman Hotel in Chicago. U.T.H.S.'s
council was host for the meeting of all councils in Illinois.
1961-1962 Student Council members are:
Row-Dennis Griffin, Paul NVhite, Iurgen Klee, Frank Benedict, Steve
Gillespi, Jeff Glendon, Larry Finley, joe Skowronski, Pam Tate,
The Basic Democratic Processes Are Applicable Gnly if
Learned 84 Practiced by the Young
ind the Scenes Some of the Dynamic Forces
Along with the many duties of being a building principal, Mr.
Carrying the largest brunt of responsibility for the student
council is Mr, Charles McCoy, who sponsors not only the stu-
dent council, but the North Campus council as we...
jack Evans also sponsors the South Campus council.
Are the Officers and Sponsors of the
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link in the chain of student council members are these three officers of the
council: Carol Kelly, treasurerg Sally Goodwin, presidentg and Varla Bcrghult,
Outstanding Juniors 84 Seniors Make up the Membership of the
South Campus Council at U.T.H.S.
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Membcrs of the South Campus Council ure: How 1-Varla Berghult, Row 3-Wbotly XVilkinson, john Cox, Dennis Griffin, Scolt Lyons,
Karon Cunt, Suzanne Achilles, Judy Shipman, Czxyle Hamerlinclc, lov Skim-I-Omki, Larry Finlcy, ,Inn BOI'glllIlt. Row 4-Bob Me-C1't-iglit,
Ioan Dclioclicr. Row 2-Mickey lVilliilIHS, ICT? lVhlPPlf', CHYUC llicllurtl Puuscli, Iohn Hurtl, Paul XYl1itc, Earl Pansch, Frank Bcnctlict.
Kappas, Sandy Calvert, Gail Sulmonson, Carol Kclly, Sally Goodwin. A
Stcvc Clillcspi, lt-ft, and Frank Bcncclict, right, uct as chairmen for North
and South Campus, respectively, wliilc Prim Tutc and Bob McCreigl1t act
Outstanding Frosh 84 Sophs Make up the List of
North Campus Council Members
Selected by their fellow classmates are these freshmen and sopho-
more campus council members: Row 1ASherry XVatson, Donna Frey,
Diane Cranet, Leanna O,Harrow, Nancy Buckley, Christine Stopou-
las, Cathy Agnew, Diane Shafer, Lena Ferreri, Row 2--Indy Vacarro,
Donna Swift, Barbara Cclande, Debbi Sipes, Jeanette Hart, Pam
Seven people represented U.T.H.S. at the Pekin District meeting.
They are, Front Row: Cheryl Newton, Sally Goodwin, Pam Tate,
and Varla Berghult. Second row: Jeff Clendon, and Bob Mc-
Creight. Last row: Iuergen Klee.
Tate, Ianet Mclylillin, Jeannie Talbot, Cheryl Ncwlon, Trudi Cause.
How 3-I,,arry Vunderbeke, Jim NVilson, Roger Newlon, Mike Bert,
left Clenclon, Rav Mueller, Steve Cillespi, Rick Cvillespi, Bill Gardner,
Pat Kelly, Cary Bennett.
Iurgen Klee, Sally Goodwin, Carol Kelly, and Earl Paasch went
to the Quint-City student council meeting. Bob McCreight and
Larry Vandcrbcke also went but were not present for this
Student Council Chairmen and Officials
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The Student council has incorporated a new iclea this year, that of having committees
for certain aspects of thc Student council, such as the constitution. These committees have
chairmen who lead thc committees, Ioe Skowronski, Gayle Hammcrlinck, Karen Cant,
and Paul XVhite are a few of the chaimien.
ELECTED BY ALL
Serving as Secretary of the
state convention for student
councils is Varla Berghult.
Hers is the job of planning
and organizing the conven- ip
tion. U.T.H.S. is sending
two delegates, Paul YVl1ite
and Bob McCreight, who
were not attainable for a
SECRETARY OF STATE
COUNCIL FROM U.T.H.S.
F URTHERED BY
Two more permanent chairmen,
who serve for the entire year
are Carol Kelly and Earl Paasch.
Absent from the picture are Lar-
ry Finley and Mickey Williams.
Juergen Klee, U.T.H.S. Foreign Exchange Student
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Getting for another busy day at school Iuergen hurriedly Chalk up another student bond sale for Iuergen. Seems no one
stuffs last minute notes in his briefcase. can resist his persuasion.
Last year the first foreign
student exchange program
was inaugurated at U.T.H.S.
and Robert jones, fr om
Birmingham, England, was
the recipient of U.T.H.S.'s
invitation. This proved so
successful that the entire stu-
dent body whole-heartedly
endorsed the idea as a per-
manent innovation for future
years. In the future it is
hoped tby the boys Natural-
lyj that some girls will be
selected as exchange stu-
dents to our school.
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Sponsored by the UTHS
Student Council and sup-
ported by the students,
clubs, and organizations at
UTHS is the now annual
student bond drive which
raises money once a year to
bring a deserving foreign
student to our school.
Through this vital exchange
of knowledge and new ideas
both the school and the com-
munity are enlightened.
U ITED TGWNSHIP HIGH SCHOOL
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Row 1-Cathie Simpson, Betty Meyers, Phyllis Stone, Pam Haber, Charlyn
Buss, Linda Thoman, Ann Cause, Don England. Row 2-Marsha McLane,
Judy Stanton, Virginia Reveal, Marie Andress, joylin Bloomberg, Curtis
McKay, Sandy Morris, Glenna, Tumer, jim johnson, Trudi Cause, Mike
Polieh, Cecelia Terronez, Cheryl Edmunds, Ruth Grant, Sue England,
Marlene Bureski. Row 3-Nancy fDrayer, Leah YVay, jennifer Holmes,
5 ff' -
Elizabeth Scott, Leroy Trout, Carol Fritz, Margaret Hall, jackie Morris,
Christine Herrera, Ron Lane, Linda Akers, jim King, Barbara Sloane, Tom
Andress, Russ Hopkins, Pat XVadsager, Melvin Owens, Ron Sweat, Don
Mital, Richard Lampo, jan Berghult, Alvin Leone. Row 4-judy Anderson,
Sherry Waston, Yvonne Braman, Cary Mital, Bill Buehley, jaekie,Schrader,
George Maloieh, Mike Fish, Robert Taylor, Toni Bureski, Dave Bert,
CONCERT BA D - 1961- 1962
Lynn Kasy, john Ziegler, john Adams, Delbert Wilson, Dave Rinden,
Adrian Ledford, Marsha Setzer, Dale Wieringa, Richard Edelson,
jim McKeaige, Dennis Millbum, Willard Wilkinson, Tom VanDeventer,
Ken McGhee, Larry Natwich, john Coykendall, Dick Strang, Lilli Master-
lerz. Row 5-Terry Tatman, George Smith, Darlene Lewis, Sharon Whit-
tington, Kieth Hosten, Charles England, Qrlon Rowe, Bill Swafford, Bill
Zora, Linda Frary, Margie Lee, 'Phil Scott, Kent YVitherspoon, Juergen
Klee, Larry Ballard, Steven Dickey. Standing-Caroline Fouteh, Elaine
Carlton, Kay Koker,'Mike Trout, Carl Jones, Kieth Boles, Albert' Cattoir,
Mark Platt, Dennis-Cleaves, Larry MeCaw, Mr. DeCamp. Absent YVhen
Picture Taken: Donna Daab, Shirley Fish, Diane Ligeno, Mike Philhower,
Steve Sheldon, Ronald Smith, Mr. Mallie M. NVilliams. ,
Niemlmers of tlie Cnclet Band
Underclass Members Form the Nucleus
Of the Cadet Band at U.T.H.S.
ure: How l-Clieryl XVo1ie1', l.lllClil son, Diana Cox, Vincent Prieto, -lin-kie Spitler, Kenna-tli Iolinson,
Owen, Dorotlix' Smitli, Slierrv NYilli4nns, filmervl Beelxer, Carroll Sue Tliomus Burr. Row 4-Lesley XVQM, Xyllylll' Bruclley, lioclger Io-
Oslmrn. llow'2-Iuniee Nntiviek, Hzllpli 'lirc-go, Yiviaui Lune, Dave liauimn, Mielmel Kinney, l.Ll1'1'X' Heston, Ierrx' Rodgers.
Alolinson, Peggy Tlinilmrook, llolvert I-lLlIUHlUIlil,V Huw 3: Twin Annler-
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This group was too lnauliflil to practice wliile il pliotogruplier was in their midi so they just stairecl 5: stared Lk stzlrecl.
Television doesn,t have the only
Mitch Miller, U.T.H.S. has a
happy "Sing a-along" man.
However, Mr. DeCamp, director
of U.T.H.S. band requires in-
struments, not voices, be in har-
Any large organization requires officers. That's
the duty of these four students. Cathy Simp-
son, left, vice-president, Diane Ligeno, repre-
sentative for the North Campus. Back: Mike
Philhower, President, and Charles England,
Honored with the title of chief drum-
major was Jim Johnson.
Cheerfully braving all kinds of weather
the band on the football field were:
Front row-Kay Koker, Pam Haber dz
Carolyn Foutch. Second row-Elayne
Carleton, Phyllis Stone, and Marsha Mc-
Another privilege of jirnls was to
conduct the student pep band dur-
ing pep assemblies.
1961-1962 U.T.H.S. CHCIR
Under the direction of Mr. Sheclfler, the U. T. H. Choir again combined
the singing talents of its nzenzhers to entertain the students and coniniunity. In
addition to the outstanding Veleranis Day Program, the Choir continued its
traditional Christmas Vespers. The Choir also appeared on various school as-
semblies and entertained in the assenzhly for the Iloineconiing Royalty. The
Spring Choral Concert, March lst, will again feature the Choir. Officers of this
yearis Choir are: President, Barbara Fenderg Vice-President, janet Harrison,
Secretary, Ellen Crawford, and Treasurer, Dennis Griffin. Sally Goodwin served
as the accompanist.
Other choral groups under the direction of Mr. Shecliler and Mr. 1Villiams
include: Male Chorus, Cainbiata Chorus, Girls Glee Chill, Mixed Chorus, Allegro
Chorus, and Select Sophomore Girls Glee Club. The Choir is composed of
juniors and Seniors selected in tryouts by the director.
Christmas Vespers Presented in an Outstanding Program
junior and Senior members of the 1961-1962 U.'1'.H.S Choir are as
follows: Row 1-Peggy Stockwell, Sandy YVe-ndell, Yarla Bergliult,
Bruce Hokinson, Carlo Ferreri, Dave Sullivan, Rene Denniwitli, Den11is
Cabor, Ellen Crawford, Dixie Cook, Cheryl Robinson, Row 2-Marilyn
Breeden, janet Harrison, .lana Trnnnell, F11111 Xy1SSlJ21ll1T1, Rosie Stock-
ton, Jerry Kipp, Larry Killia11, Dick lietlman, Pat llilJe1'11ik, Dianne
Smitli, Rosie Hirst, Pomposa Lopez, Paula Huggins, Row 3--Iutly
Murphy, Donna Green, Catliy Van Heeke, liita liasso, Roger Miller,
Larry Nelson, jerry Gralimn, -lim Teague, Dave Ferguson, Karen
Kaskanlden, Laralee Asmus, jucly XVallaee, Mary Thomas, Barbara
Fender, Mr. Slieekler. Row 4-Sue Mt-Lane, Linda Newingliam, Lynne
Belclin, .Indy Sl1ip1na, -Iolin Hemphill, Danny Nelson, John Cox, Peter
Hull, liulxen Cnerrero, Mike Daily, Delulmie York, Snzanna XVeiss, Nancy
Hunt, Martha Martin. Row 5-Mary Kay DeCapp, Eileen Davis, -lere
XVl1ipple, Sharon Healcl, Tammy Slaitli, Mary jo Lancaster, Bill
Selimitlt, Bob MeCriegl1t, jim Fuller, liieh Paaselu, Scott Lyons, Ken
Hall, .lim Hantz, Ben Staring, Sally Goodwin, Carol Kelley, Gloria
Tompkins, Deanna Benson, Carrie Kappas,
Xmas Vespers and Spring Concert Outstanding Performances
Enjoyed by Parents and Students
This year the choral department was active
in many fields of endeavor. The Christmas
Vespers and the Spring Concert drew apprecia-
tive crowds. The Mixed Chorus sang for the
National Honor Assembly.
The choir officers for this year were: Ellen Crawford, secretaryg Janet Harrison,
presidentg and Dennis Griffin, treasurer.
U.T.H.S. CHORAL DEPARTMENT
An extremely busy man is Mr. Mallie VVilliams, head of the
U.T.H.S. Music Department. Besides directing two boy's cho-
ruses, he also directs the North Campus Band and he was choral
director for the Spring musical, "High Button Shoes."
Mr. Shecklcr has made his first year at U.T.H.S. very profitable. He is
in charge of the majority of the freshman and sophomore choruses along
with the mixed chorus, advanced girlls glee and the choir.
Junior girls make up the Advanced Girls Glee Club. The girls are:
Row 1-Kathy Nickerson, Sandy XVare, Mary Cervantes, Monica Ed-
wards, Rita Ortiz, Delores Guerrero, Ardis Tumer, Lupe Sierra, Lynda
Anderson, Gloria Gomez, Edna Jones, Mr. Lewis Sheckler-Director.
Dianne Dergo, Nancy Schafer, Louise Halferty, Carolyn Rohren,
Darling, Angie Prieto, Colleen Martin, Yvonne Cuoco, Shirley
Rosemary Van Ryke, Liz Norton, Jan Pasturczak. Row 3: Linda
Bernadine Newberg, Sharon Rahn, Karen Jahn, Mary Ramos,
Alice Brereton, Marcia Brown, Joanne Guild, Vicki Harlow, Vicki
Cmser, Marilyn Robertson, Mary Sauser. Row 4-Pat Guthrie, Pat
Amos, Virginia Lang, Margo Ohlsen, Sandy Hom, Sharon Blashack,
Sandy Calvert, Donna De Jaegher, Jacqueline Boyd. Row 5-Karen
Gremonprz, Billie Hamrick, Sharon Polich, Judy Got-ring, Linda Stipp,
Ruth Stepp, Janice Mink, Carolyn Stahl, Carol Moline, Ruth Murphy,
Donna Blair. These people were absent when the picture was taken-
Janice Graham, Bernice Lawrence, Virginia Vallejo, Roberta Baber,
Mary Malaney, Judy Hill.
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These forty-eight sophomore girls are united in one group, the Allegro
Chorus. They are: Row I-Rita Johnson, Cecelia lNIcI,aughlin, Diana
Corley, Sharon Cady, Mary Putz, Linda Owens, Geraldine Ross, Ruby
YVilson, Barbara LaPorte, Mr. Sheekler-Director. Row 22-Joanne
Rosczyk, Jean Dahm, Loreen May, Lyle Hook, Darla Bowen, Janice
Ripka, Carol Radovieh, Cheryl XVright, Janet Nixon, VivVian XVilson,
Pam Hansen. Row 3-Gloria Isais, Sandy Casillas, Donna Anderson,
Linda Dobrinske, Ronita Johnson, Helen Grernonprez, Judy Anderson,
Sue lmmesoete, Jana Oakman, Cheryl Dobereiner, Judy Vacearo, Jeanne
Rickey, Marilyn Miller. Row 4eCynthia Schreiner, Judy Miller, Joann
Daffadra, Donna Carter, Pat Longneeker, Barbara Nelson, Jeanette Hart,
Linda Kasten, Judy Melvin, Pam Tate, Karen Roth, Carol Vanllulle,
Delphia Skinner, Nancy Laity, Linda Trask. Absent from the picture
were Della Harmon and Diane Daab.
The Crescendo Chorus combines Freshmen and Sophomore voices to
bring about a pleasant tone. The members are: Row 1-Jeanie Sanchez,
Naomi Plumb, Margaret Sierra, Carol Ashley, Cheryl Burney, Barbara
Kline, Caylene Diedtrich, Olivia Terronez, Evelyn Cunningham, Mr.
Sheckler-Director. Row 2--Sharon Turner, Emma Teague, Midred
Scott, Heather XVolfe, XVanda Young, Nancy Miller, Cheri Van Ausdall,
Juliet Casillas, Alice XVoods, Carole Osbourne, Sandi Bowker, Louella
French, Nancy Caulkins, Carol Miller. Row 3-Patricia Baumann, Helen
Skelton, Carol Fuller, Beverly Ferguson, Sheryl Russell, Beverly Hoyle,
Connie Ford, Lynn Veys, Darlene Griffith, Sue Koenig, Joyce Shull,
Sheila Bowling, Sharon Boultinghouse, Ty Thompson, Sheryl Paulson,
Mary Hurt. Row 4-Sheryl Hawkins, Diane Rusk, Darell Roe, Cynthia
Macik, Kathy Roberts, Sharon Morgan, Janet Keefer, Carolyn Haw,
Joy Ammemian, Betty MeCorkle, Pam Newborn, Ruth Liggett, Linda
G2llTI1Cf, Phyllis Marehiando, Barbara Milburn, Rhaelea Beyelheirner,
Joyce Sandeis, Regina Ruby. Row 5-Betty YW-inert, Linda Hougan,
Adrianne Powell, Charlotte Lawrence, Bette Bell, Sandy Carmichael, Pam
Loding, Lynda Clark, Becky Carpentier, Jeannie Talbot, Judy Liedtke,
Rosemary Craham, Bonnie Sweat, Patty Tieman, Marie Bnindrett, Judy
Roach, Ruth McCoy, Maria Terronez, Sharon Picon. Absent-Judy Gar-
rett, Karen Miller, Pat Cave, Suzanne Harker, Diane Ransom, Pat
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1-Pat Rasso, Judy Evans, Frances XVoods, Nancy Homan, Sharon Rotz,
Judy Ralston, Vala Nordholm, Janet Evans, Mr. Lewis Schekler-
Director. Row 2-Karen Cant, Linda Rogers, Dianne Snapp, Carol
Phelps, Charlotte Redmond, Sandra Lee, Theresa Vallejo, Rosemary
Prieto, Edna Tumer. Row 3-Sheryl Hook, Julie Duff, Gerry Bobh,
Linda Neyt, Sharon Brown, Barbara Hoyle, Sharon Heist, Helen lssa,
Polly Seys. Row 4-Sandra Canker, Ruth Smith, Kathy Ballard, Virginia
Hudak, Carole Polich, Karen Lewis, Judy XVard, Rita Nixon, Colleen
Flowers. Row 5-John Pippert, John Hicks, John Blanchard, Gary Sager,
Ken Pankey, Gary Chuich, Andy Martell, J. R. Stotts, John Johnson,
Dick Skillett. Row 6-Jack Steele, Dea Brassfield, George Parr, Dave
Godscy, Jerry Olvera, Jim McLean, Jim Ilowthornc, Tom McLean.
Absent when the picture was taken were: Larry French, Ken Brooke,
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These freshman girls seem pleased to he a part of the choral depart-
partment. They are: Row l-Penny Roekhold, Lajunc YVesthrook,
Sandy jones, Sandy Lamb, Sandy Sehersehel, XVanda Cox, Susan Mc-
Mullin, Lena Ferreri, Pam Bradshaw, -lean Hunter, Brenda hVCStl7I'0Oli.
Roxy 2-Sharon Small, Linda Rasmussen, Linda Ryan, Susan Morgan,
-Ianice Parry, Theresa Thompson, Barhara Scott, Emma Sedgewiek,
Pat Bemis, Linda Hunt, Rose Marie Yan De XYoestyne, Kathy -Iaeeques,
Dixie Harmon. Row 3-Carol Ramirez, Diane Dc-Paepe, ,lerri Ly1111
Zach, Linda Strandgard, Belya McLean, Maxine Ross, Brenda Bone,
Gail Tollivez, Dtlllllil Frey, Bonnie Miller, Kay Page, Marcia Henyan,
Cheryl Sapato, Donna YVheeler, Peggy Martin, Nancy Schatteman,
Linda Lamb, Cathy Taylor. Row 4-Judith Kinnamon, Mary Simmons,
Patty Carroll, Mary Jones, Judy Bowls, Mary Treftz, Barbara Sullivan,
Sandra Sodeman, Beverly Schutz, Marcella Dixon, Kathy Stipp, Sandy
Syec, Silllllfkl Vickers, Linda Yeys, Dehi Sipes, Cheryl YanHulle, Nancy
Coveinaker, Vicki Huggins, Georgia Aten. Row 5-Sandy Bohh, Marilyn
ML-Lemore, Drucilla Owens, Susan Henning, -Iune Lewis, Diana Fulton,
Gwen Holden, Suzanne Smith, Kathy XXI-ekly, janet Mt-Millin, Judy
Fieehter, S11e Cramhlett, Phyllis XYuit, judy Miller. Marsha Hanna,
Elinor NVenke, Bonnie DeCastaker, Linda Cutler, Linda Anders, Mar-
garet Bundy, joy Gerlach, Dee Ann Barry.
Smiles wreath the faces of these sophomore and freshman hoys, who
appear satisfied with their singing. They are: Row l-Rohert Showalter,
james Hoffman, Andrew Ortiz, Hervey Milem, Richard Hostens, Charles
Britton, Thomas NYheeler, Richard Caulkins, Robert XVaclsager, Samuel
johnson, Loyd Hajny, Mickel Thompson, Richard XYeayer, Zlaekie Vog-
ler, Ralph Alatorre. Row 2-Rohert King, Curtis Leslie, Michael Sullivan,
George Lundeen, Albert Lundeen, james Shock, Mike Downing, Richard
Snell, Iohn Shivers, Larry Pankey, Iames Mt-Danel, Laurence Sletten,
Danny,McDaniel, Roger Rogers, Kater Gatlin, lim Davison. Row 3-
Donald Barker, lon Anderson, Richard DeNVulf, George Barry, Charlie
Cruz, Dave Carinaek, Gary Davis, ,laek Mathias, Dennis Kellums, Randy
Smith, Gregory Nelson, Paul Kay, xvllllkllll Gardner, Lo11nie Clark, Ken-
nv Udendahl, 'Row 4-Charles NYendt, Terry Snyder, Donald XVestersund,
james Wilson, William Krogman.
To balance the high voices of the girls, the choral department provides
for two boys groups. The Male Chorus is selected by the director, Mallie
XVilliams, from freshman and spohomore boys. These boys are: Row 1-
James Cheesman, Gary Vogelgesang, Robert Cronin, Larry Granell, Dave
Abbott, Chuck Gelande, Robert Scherschel, Larry Green, Ronnie Pettis,
Richard Allison, Roberta Rowlands Caecompanistl, Gary Compton, Garry
Green, Richard Cervantes, Terry Smith, Bill Graham, Bill Mattan, David
Tsehopp, Michael Downing. Row 2-Dennis Brown, Cliff Lundeen, Don-
ald YVinkelbauer, Michael Hill, Gary Bennett, Floyd Call, Gerald Hillyer,
Jerry Dyer, Harold Sens, Dwain Hawthorne, Raymond Sunken, Mike
Johnson, Ron Mahaffey, Dennis Needham, Johnny Henry, David
Blanchard. Row 3-John Skinner, Cary Flynn, Timmy Foutch, Ron Stout,
Doug Brown, Dan Ferguson, Jim Longnecker, Jerry Coleman, Tony
Lootens, Dick McKay, Bill Chuich, Curt Carlson, Don Covemaker, John
Abbott, Tom McChurch. Row 4-Rich YVard, Chuck De Moss, Randy
Chapman, Bob Carr, Bud Forbes, Gary Durham, Jeff Glendon, Sam
XValton, Melvin McQuade, Jim Leahy, Jon Hunter, Dennis Bergstrand,
Richard DeLaere, Jim Darby, Steven Buss, Joe Sierra, Hennan Davis.
These girls release their vitality and enthusiasm at the end of the day.
They are: Row 1-Linda Penrod, Vivian Bowker, Betty Nordholm, Chris-
tine Gilmore, Pat Hofrieter, Patsy Carss, Bonnie Dillow, Ronda Harriott.
Row 2-Joyce Baldwin, Linda Tank, Eleanor Rasso, Jacquclyn Ishmael,
Connie Ullrich, Sharry Pankey, Terry Davis, Sandra Quimby, Charlene
Gilbert, Pat Bulen, Linda Taylor, Sue Estes. Row 8-Maria-Eugenia
Cardoso, Cheryl McCubbin, Connie Blackman, Alvina Terronez, Pa-
tricia Padget, Mary Komatar, Judith Paton, Alexis Skafidas, Carol VVil-
lems, Linda Mahaffey, Linda Terronez, Margaret Lampo, Linda Smith,
Tanya Evans. Row 4-Mary Lakner, Linda Norin, Todd Collier, Louise
Patterson, Linda Miller, Donna Swift, Patricia Hagberg, Karen Kangas,
Bonnie Murphy, Clarissa Lareau, Anita Salmonson, Linda Hoskins,
Charlotte YVright, Karen Sheppard, Marsha Schollerrnann, Janice Huff,
Novetia Hubbard. Row 5-Sheryl Ryker, Donna Ashdown, Linda Mac-
Cartney, Peggy Emmert, Mary Lou Kundert, Penny Catour, Judy
Neaveill, Martha Jamison, Marylee Rosenburger, Donna Criswell, Jo
Clauw, Leora Potter, Connie Setser, Henrietta Baker, Suzanne Boney,
Janice Lockheart, Kay Stromer, Nanelle Fowler, Karon Shick.
High-Stepping U.T.I-LS. Band Performed Admirably for Both
Augustana Homecoming As Well As U.T.H.S. Homecoming
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This year, U. T. H. S. again participated
in numerous endeavors in the field of speech.
On September 30th, speech students com-
peted in a Chamber Reading Contest at
Rock Island. Over one hundred representa-
tives of the Quint City schools were present.
The Mississippi Valley Speech Contest was
held December 2nd at Clinton. Represent-
ing U. T. H. S. in the Chamber Reading
Division were Sally Goodwin, Gayle Hamer-
linclc, joe Slcowronslci, and Barbara Sloane.
In the Original Oration Department were
Larry Finley, Betty Gager, Tom Maranville,
and Alice Nel.son. XVith nearly forty com-
petitors in her division, Sally Goodwin placed
second. On December 9th, Rock Island
served as host for the Quint City Speech
Contest. Again th is year,' East Moline
finished second behind Rock Island. In
Comedy Reading, Gayle Hamerlinck received
first place and joe Slcowronski placed third.
In Serious Reading, Sally Goodwin captured
third. The Original Oration Event was won
by joe Skowronski, who received a unani-
mous first place. February 17th was the
date of the District Speech Contest held at
Rock Island. Sally Goodwin, representing
East Moline for the second straight year in
Serious Reading placed third. In Comedy,
joe Slcowronslci was again the representative.
Winners at the District advanced to the
Sectionals at East Moline. March 3rd is the
Individual Events Division of the Sectional,
and March 10th is the Debate and Dramatics
Section. Vfinners at Sectional advance to
the State Speech Finals April 6-7 at Cham-
paign. The U. T. H. S. Speech Department
is under the expert guidance of Mrs. Jessie
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Alice NCISOII Gayle Hammerlinck Varla Berghult Andrea Lundeen
U.T.H.S. Speech Department Activities
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These six students were selected from the fourth and
seventh period radio speaking classes for their out-
standing ability. The ,speakers are: Front Row-Jean
DeRocker, Cheryl Robinson, Peggy Stockwell. Back
Row-Larry Finley, Gene Saunders, Dave Parry.
Although they failed to make varsity declamation these
students still had several chances to speak in contests.
These students comprise the sub-varsity declamation
team. They are: Front Row-Diane Dejaegher, Janice
Graham, Sandy Neff. Back Row-Diane Smith, Peter
Hall, joan Robinson.
Another group of speakers chosen for this radio speak-
ing picture are, front row: Diane Snapp, Woody Wil-
kinson, janet Harrison, and rear row: Joe Skowronski,
John Hurd and Tom Maranville.
These dt-haters were rough competition to many schools this
past season, Both affirmative and negative sides are represented
by, row 1-Mike Polich, Linda Akers, Marcia Brown, Marlene
Bilreski and Larry Finley. Row 2-Paul YVhite, Carl Suhr, Curt
McKay, jack Slover and delmate coach, Mr. Bill Cloud.
These four zlizzisions of the Speech Depart-
ment enable a person to use a personal inter-
pretation of cz subject.
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Alice Nelson and Max XVeekly wrote excep-
tional after dinner speeches, Max placed third
at the district contest and went onto the sec-
Reading a poem is Barb Sloane, U.T.H.S.
representative in the poetry division. Barb
took second at the district contest and
then went on to represent our school at
the state finals.
These seven students presented original and complex ideas in
their original orations. They are, row 1-Barb Sloan, Alice
Nelson, Betty Gager 55 Charlyn Buss. Row 2-Larry Finley,
Tom Maranville and Ioe Skowronski. Tom placed third in the
Speech Dept. Activities
These Iuniors and Seniors enjoy reading prose. They are front
row-Mary Skelton, Elizabeth Norton, Marcia Brown. Middle
Row-Gayle Hammerlinck, Betty Gager, Cedric Salisbury. Back
Row-Bob McCreight, Bill Schmidt, Scott Lyons.
And thus ends a humorous monologue entitled
"A Day at the Stadium." Writer of this was
Extemporaneous speaking involves much mental work.
XVithin a short limited time students must prepare a
talk on a selected topic. These two extemp. speakers
are Mike Polieh and Marlene Bureski.
Training for advanced positions in deelamation are these sopho-
mores. They have participated in a few contests, preparing for
next year. They are left to right-Carol Radovich, Pam Tate,
Judy Melvin, Judy Miller, DeAnn Barry, and sponsor Miss Ring.
Gail Hermes was absent when picture was taken.
"It's a very fine California Burgandy-type
winef' says a proud Frank Lippencott fBoh
Mcflreightj, Eileen Sherwood CSally Goodwin?
and her sister Ruth CEllen Crawfordj seem to
find the drug-store special less inviting than
the owner. A pensive Chic Clark Qoe Skow-
ronskij casts a curious glance at the gleaming
'iBut offieerf, pleads Mr. Appopolous CMieky
NVilliaInsl, 'inone of my tenants have ever
started a riot with South America heforeln It
appears as it Lonigan Clirank Benedictl doesnlt
need the reassuring smile of Violet Shelton
lDixie Cookj to carry out his Official duties.
"D0n't worry, we got lots of tlIIlC,,, utters a slightly persistent Chic Clark Chloe
Skowronskil. Eileen Sherwood CSally Goodwinj found herself in many such pre-
carious situations during her stay in Greenwich Village.
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Mrs. VVade CBarbara Sloanej may seem aghast "Eho! Eholi' shouts the lst Admiral CMike
now, hut wait till she finds out that her
Polichl as his fellow admirals offer their con-
daughter Helen tflayle Hamerlinckj and The gratulations, The ulucky prizev for the winner
NVreek tBrad Hansonl are secretly married.
of the coin toss is none other than Eileen Sher-
wood. i'Yive La Congaln
1962 Lyric Theater Presentation Ran Three Consecutive Nights
With a cast as large HS U16 IT1USiCH1 had, OUT With smiles of reassurance, these members
new stage certainly COITICS ill handy. Many anxiously await opening night. They are: Car-
months of informal practices, such as this, melle Snyder, Barb Slgging, Scott Lyqmg and
precede the Musical. Sally Goodwin.
Practicing one of their dancing routines for the musical are: Karen Cant, Jana Ti-unell,
Pris Olilscn, janet Harrison, Jean DcRot-ker and Peggy Stockwell.
One of the most unrewarding jobs is that of 'Tll take twof' Gene Saunders never seems
electrician and here Ralph Hood explores the to UIC of this line although ...............
depths of "outer space."
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Although Dr. Sloper Qoe Skowronskii 6: Aunt Applying the first touches of make-up to Ellen
Penniman CBarb Sloaneb maintain close watch, Crawford is fellow cast member Susie XVeiss.
Morris and Catherine CScott Lyons St Sally Doesn't the eyebrow pencil come last Ellen?
Goodwinj have eyes only for each other.
Smiling graciously at the photographer before they begin the tedious task of applying the
makeup is the cast of the Thespian Play: joe Skowronski, Barb Sloane, Susie XVeiss, Ellen
Crawford, Scott Lyons, and Sally Goodwin.
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As Morris Townsend fScot Lyons? reaches for While Dr. Sloper gazes contemptuously and
Catherine CSally Coodwinl, Dr. Sloper Hoe Aunt Pcnniman stares with shock, the lovers
Skowronskij continues to keep the lovers apart. embrace tenderly.
Drarnatics of the District Speech Contest
SKYLINE -7. '
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This year's SKYLINE is
the largest in the schools his-
tory although this year's staff
is probably th e smallest.
SKYLINE rn e nz b e rs are
either assigned to the SKY-
LINE room first or second
period or must sign up extra
during the school day. To
,ff be selected as a rnenzber of
the SKYLINE staff is a privi-
'I i-i' lege accorded to only 20 stu-
dents in the four o asses at
U. T. H. S.
The smile on editor-in-chief Ioe Skowronskfs Through these portals come unusual ideas
face belies the many problems Joe had to which Skyline members put to use. Mr.
cope with. However, under his diligent guid- Aubrey, as sponsor of the Skyline for the last
ance the Skyline has tumed out very well three years, thumbs through the 1961 U.T.H.S,
despite the many difficulties. annual hoping to find ways to make 1962's an-
nual superior to last year's. From the looks of
this hook he has accomplished his goal!
Marcia Gavin, underclass editor, types her copy for a layout Cit seems to be quite humorousj
as Barh Carlton, junior editor, Mick Xlilliams, sports editor, and Melanie XVoods, under-
class editor seem to appreciate the witty hit of copy.
Scheduling pictures, probing old annuals, and displaying Skyline pictures played a major
role in these four seniors' lives. Gail Salmonson, takes a minute from reading her copy
for the club section as Charlyn Buss, faculty editor, Sally Goodwin, senior editor and Sheila
Leahy, activities editor give the staff photographer a moment to capture their smiles.
Yearbook Staff Puts in Long Hard Year on Publication
NNN XX 2, could not he obtained and in the i r
future perhaps others will bene-
Barb Sloane's auditing ability kept the Sky-
line's budget balanced. Cheeks to deposit,
cash to count, and change
good deal of Barb's time.
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These juniors, editorial assistants, helped the editors with layouts, proof reading and other
tasks. They are from back to front: Cathy Chuiek, Mary Skelton, Sue McKay, Mike Polieh,
and Barbara Denys.
1961 1 962
This yearis SKYLINE, with
232 pages, was not only the
largest in U. T. H. S. history,
but also the most sought after.
Over 1400 copies were sold by
Thanlcsgiuing and many students 1
requested copies after the final Vyyyy
deadline. To their sorrow and
our regret additional copies
.., ,.- fit from their delay.
Subscription Manager, Gene Saunders, ehecks
to see if everyone has paid in full for this
year's annual. Solieiting patrons and busi-
nesses to sponsor the Skyline was part of
to tally took up a
These boys take no back seat to anyone in photography. These are the three responsible
for over 213 of the yearbook photos. Craig Athorp smiles as tells Tom Krantz and
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Jerry Brytk not to forget to lord the tlmerl The SKYLINE. ones muth to these fine
U.T.H.S. 1961-1962 SCHOOL YEAR
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Finding what people are, Where and how to
spell eueh name, is the tedious job of an Index
Editor. Barb Denys seems to enjoy this how-
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These girls, future SKYLINE editors, helped hold the SKY-
LINE together at the North Campus, They ure: Margaret
Fulseher, Roberta Rowlands, Gail Hermes, and standing,
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These photographers know the first word of all good cameramen
......smile. Taking pictures ut open house and assemblies
was one of the duties of Cecelia McLaughlin, Tim Butterfield
and Penny Cutour.
Marcin Gavin seems to eontemplute the amount of ehange to give
Don Hunt, if any. SKYLINES were sold during the lunch period at
Variety of Skills Necessary for Skyline Work
SKYLINE OFFERS OPPORTI,'Nl'lAY
IVOR 5'I'L'DENTS TO LEARN
COPY NYRITINC AND
A flip of thc coin could determine which pictures
are placed in the Skyline, but the Skyline staff
has better use for tilt-iii nioneyg thus members rely,
many times on the better judgment of either Mr.
Aubrey, sponsorg or joe Skowronski, editor-in-chiefg
who are pictured O.k.ing several pictures.
As one passes room 208 one can sec similar boards of
pictures such as Mary Skelton, Sue McKay, and Cathy
Gene and Mike, like other staff members, sign up extra
Ist. period in Mr, Aubrcyys room. One morning, when
this shot was taken, Gene and Mike were busy leafing
through some checks made out by various businessmen
payable to the Skyline.
SMALL SKILLED STAFF
ALLOXYS YEARBOOK MEMBERS 2'
TO LEARN AND DEVELOP
A VARIETY OE TALENTS
Although jocis layouts may be correct I would not
say that his drawing of two pages of the yearbook
are drawn to scale. Think ot carrying a book over 1
I6 inches long around to classes to get autographs!
One would be smart to set up a small desk in the
main corridor with a sign Sign Hcrcf'
Chuich are arranging. Usually, pictures which can not
be used by the Skyline are tacked to this board.
Versatility Plus Charactcrizcsl Chief Skyline Photographer
CRAIG ATHORP f
Over fifty per cent of thepast two SKYLINES have been filled with interesting and ex-'
citing action shots taken by the yearbook's ace photographer Craig Athorp. This omni-
present figure at U.T.H.S. deserves more credit than space will allow and it is a small Y
A measure of the staff' s appreciation that we honor him with this page and this typical pose,
Y so well known to all by now .at U.T.H.S. '
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A particulary fine example of the photographic art of Craig Athrop is this shot of a leaping
dog taken at the Wisconsin Dells.
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Larry Finley, editor-in-chief of the Key, has revived this news-
paper into a well-written publication. He was the only one on
the staff with a knowledge of journalism at they beginning of the
year when the paper was formed. Larry will be continuing his
writing ability at the University of Illinois.
Rejuvenation of "Key" by Soules and
1 961 1962
Larry Finley, right, editor-in-
chief of the Key and Mr. Soules,
left, sponsor of such have, by
the end of the first semester,
accomplished the goal of
publishing the Key every other
week. Each week it seems to
become better and seems to in-
t more students.
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Finley Produces Outstanding Paper in H61 84 62"
Sponsoring the Key this year is Mr. Soules. Mr. Soules, Mr.
Aubrey, and Key and Skyline staffs journeyed to Champaign,
Illinois, in September to attend a state convention for yearbook
and newspaper members. From the looks of this year's Key
and Skyline both must have gained some knowledge at the
Typing material for their newspaper
the "Summit" are Front row-joan
Robinson, Bill Coward, jim Bowers.
Back Row-Nancy Griffith, Barbara
Denys, judy Sigler, Margene Millen,
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Journalism Classes Learn by Doing and by
As soon as Linda Huff finishes her
report, "The Devil,s Printer," a week-
ly newspaper, will be ready to roll
off the presses. Also on the staff are
Seated-Ruth Stepp and Sandy De-
Grande. Standing are Dave Sullivan,
Paul XVhite, Gayle Hammerlinck, and
Creating Their Own Newspaper Each Week
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Intent on making 'KThe Gamblerv the
best newspaper published by joumal-
ism students are Left to Right: Diane
Delaegher, Sharon Polich, Brenda
Daggett, Dennis West, Bob Hanson,
Iudy Stanton, Carl Suhr, and jeff
Coverage of Both North and South Campus
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"VVhoops, I made a mistake," comments Andrea Luntleen as Debbie York eonfimis the
error, As Andrea stops to contemplate the mistake, Curmelle Snyder is busy typing il report
for this groupls newspaper the 'KSoutli YVing.,' Mart-iu Sester and BLH'l7llI4ll Stoneking watt-h
Carmelle while Dave Rintlen, Harry Bottorff, und Bill Kevlm Look at Anclyls typing.
Keeps Staff of Key Constantly Alert
Giving john johnson a copy of the Key is VVhen Judy Sigler became business manager of the Key, she
Sandy DeGr-undo, one of the Key's members. also became prone to finuneial lieacluelies, Here is pictured one
This year the Key came out every other week. of the Key's better days.
Key Staff Members Complete Outstanding Year
DIX ERSITX OF TAI ENT AND INTEREST
IN PLBI ICATIONS PRODUCE EXCEPT-
IONAL STLDENTS IN JOURNALISNI
"Pictures, pictures ....... pictures
. . . . . . . that's what Brad Hanson
and Iiarry Bottorff are responsible
for. It would appear that another
one has just been developed by the
KEYS new Polaroid camera, These
two even found time to help with
some of SKYLINE pictures.
Interested in a cupboard filled with old KEYS
are these KEY staff members. Front row-
Deblxie York, Andrea Lundeen, and Vicki
Cruscr, Buck row-Clark Tracy and Don Mil-
"Ooh lookf' says Sharon Polieh,
as other interested KEY mem-
bers surround her. They are:
at the typewriter, Ruth Stepp.
Others include Andrea Lundeen,
Sandy Roman, Iudy Sigler, and
MUCH BUT REXVARDS
MORE THAN COMPENSATE
FOR LONG HOURS AND
GAA. Royalty 1962
Comprising the G.A.A. royal court are First row-jim Stopoulos, Queen Carol Kelly, Princess
Glenna Turner, Prince Earl Paasch. Second row-Micky NVilliams, Gayle Harnerlinck,
lean Dt-Rocker, john Cropp. Third row-Duane Ash, Ann Gause, Karen Cant, Donnie
Miller. Fourth row-Frank Benedict, Carole Polich, Karen Lewis, John Hurd. Fifth row-
Paul NVhite, Gail Salmonson, Indy Shiprna, Garold Peve.
Radiating happiness are Earl Paasch and Glen-
na Turner, prince and princess of the G.A.A.
dance. Votes from both schools enabled both
F S to reign such.
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It's one, two, three, kick! Mr. Cloud and Mr.
Peterhoff look as the are trying out for a
kick line routine. Miss YVeller is doing her If
best to get out of the way of the kicks. XVith
all the dancing around, the students still Won
the volleyball game.
Outstanding Literary Talent at U.T.H.S.
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Readv and willing to get to work on ads and suhseripti0HS are Sharing responsibilities as chiefs of Panther Parade are Paul
five seniors who asked for sueh work, They are, front row- XVhite and Dave Rotz. They are looking over last years book
Carole Polieh, Debbie York, and .laek Slover. Rear row-Gene with sponsor, Mr, Stevens.
Saunders and Garold Peve.
Contribute and Staff 1962 Panther Parade
XVorking together with the editor-in-ehief are these students who Typing, art work, layouts ....... were all assigned to these
choose material for the 1962 Panther Parade. They are, front volunteers. They are Aliee Nelson, Shelia Leahy, Mike Phil-
row-Barb Sloane, Charlyn Buss, Judy Sigler, Larry Finley, Sally hower, and eover designer, Francis Rittel,
Goodwin, and rear row-Joe Skowronski.
High Honors Bestowed on Journalism Students
Members of the "international honor society
for high school journalistsv are represented in
the ahoxe picture. They are: Front row-Gail
Salmonson, Sheila Leahy, Melanie XVood, Judy
Sigler, Ruth Stepp, Andrea Lundeen, Charlyn
Buss, Sallv Goodwin. Back row-Marcia Ca-
vin, Larry' Finley, Craig Athorp, Joe Skowron-
ski, Gene Saunders, Micky NVilliams, and
This is the first time in about three years that
U.T.H.S. has had a Quill and Scroll group. Be-
cause of this, many problems were posed deal-
ing with what the group should .accomplish
and where the group could obtain the money
to accomplish these things. Trying to solve
the problems is one of the responsibilities of
the officers who are: Larry Finley vice presi-
dentg Barb Sloane secretaryg Judy Sigler treas-
urerg and joe Skowronski president. Mr.
Aubrey and Mr. Soules are sponsors of Quill
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Barb Carlton holds a woven product of the Liberian Through the artistic interpretation of one person's
people. On the desk are other objects used by these guitar strumming U,T.H.S. students were brought closer
people, including an iron object used as money. to Spain.
Students Teachers or
Gene Harms and his small tape recorder
visited Mr. Aubreyls Sociology class bringing
with them sounds of African music and people.
These girls might he demonstrating how to reduce to Supposedly a picture is worth a thousand words S0
music but actuallx' they are mart of a lr 'sieal fitness this one then needs no comment.
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school, The pool looks inviting but the day's tem- every cubbyhole.
peraturc will remain a secret.
Mixed feelings prevail at a student council meeting. Jurgen Klee seems to he interpreting
for Meg Holden, foreign exchange student from England, attending Moline High School.
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The Past School Year Brought Forth "Spirit"
in Many Many Forms
Christmas auras permeated the air as well as
the small strings of mistletoe,
Nothing like the sound of a cornet, much less that
of three, to liven our school days.
A "snoot booti' -- the perfect thing for "spiriting" away the
bf-low-zero wintery Winds. This one is worn in high style by YVhen times were rough, school spirit was
Mr. Yemrn, who appears prepared for the worst of Old Man elicited by the hard working U.T.H.S. cheer-
Variety of Talent and Activities Stems From
Adding a little jivc to the
Senior Assembly was this
six player combo. The beat
of the music can almost
turn this page. ""
lt's a totally different feeling to
have nothing but air under one's
feet after a rebound from the
trampoline. Ask any senior girl.
At left one of Miss -Pianois gym
classes obliges the photographer
for a picture.
'KAnd how many poisoned apples
did you eat Caesar?,' "Et tu
Bl'lltC,H was a response at the
Nloline exchange assembly.
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The "Twilighters" played sev-
eral selections for the Moline ex-
change assembly. Because of
their ability to play skillfully
they also performed at several
The Spanish lab, at the right,
was in constant use by both the
first and second year Spanish
students at the North Campus.
Past Year of
Appearing for the first time in
public, Charlyn, Mike, Max, jim,
Tom, Sz Craig received a rapt-
urous applause from both cam-
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Dances, Assemblies, Special Events, and a Wide
The wonclers of space were
grupliicully presented ut this as-
If this is an excerpt from "Pa-
jiimii Came' then bring on the
rest of the sleeping beauties,
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XVhy weren't the
Pnntherls informed of
the new rules? XVQIS it
because they are for
the use of only those
The Snowman, at right,
may bring buck pleas-
ant memories of dances
or the unpleasant ones
of shoveling tons of
snow this past winter
Range of Activities and Clubs Keep Students Busy
Packaged in ai birthday
cake wus one of Al
Culogneis better pre-
sents in the form of
Cathy Muluin. Eliot
Mess and the XVomer1's
Temperance L e a g u e
also appealrecl on the
U.T.H.S. - SENIOR ACTIVITIES - 1961 - 1962
Achilles, Suzanne - C.A.A. 2, 3, 4, Board Representative 2,
Campus Council 3,4, Business Club 4, Treasmer 4, Pep
Club 2, Declamation 2, 3.
Ammerman, Frank - Football 2, Track 1, 2, Intramurals 1.
Anderson, Gary - Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4, Tri-Mic 3, 4, Rifle
Anderson, Janet - C.A.A. 2.
Anderson, Richard - Wrestling Manager 3, 4, Rifle Club 3,
Chorus 1, 2, 3, Camera Club 1, 2, 3.
Anderson, Terry - Football 1, 2, Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4, Intra-
murals 4, Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4, Lettermen's Club 4, Key
4, Pep Club 1, 2, 3, Plays 4.
Ash, Robert Duane - Football 1, 2, 3, 4, Basketball 1, 2,
Track 1, 2, 3, 4, VVrestling 3, Intramurals 4, Captain 4,
Lettermenls Club 3, 4, Homecoming Royalty 4.
Athorp, Craig - Basketball 1, Track 1, Band 1, Key 1, 2,
Skyline 1, 2, 3, 4, Camera Club 1, 2, Plays 3, Quill and
Ballard, Kathy - C.A.A. 1, 2, 3, Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4, President
2, Future Homemakers 1, 2, 3, Pep Club 1, 2, 3, Cheer-
Beale, L-aVerne - Wrestling 1, Intramurals 2, 4.
Bealer, Richard - Football 1, 2, 3, 4, Track 1, 2, Lettermen's
Club 3, 4, Hi-Y 1, Treasurer 1.
Beard, Sally - Chorus 1, 2, 3, Business Club 4.
Beaudry, Marilyn - G.A.A. 1, 2, 3, Y-Teens 3, Chorus 2,
Business Club 3, Key 3, Pep Club 3, Future Nurses 4,
Art Club 4.
Bebout, Kay - Y-Teens 4, Business Club 4.
Belman, Rose Ann - C.A.A. 1, 2, 3, 4, Y-Teens 1, 2, 3, Chorus
1, 3, Business Club 4, President 4, Spanish Club 1, 2, 3,
4, Treasurer 3, Secretary 4, Key 1, Pep Club 1, 2, 3.
Benedict, Frank - Football 1, 4, Basketball 1, 2, 3, Track 4,
Intramurals 4, Captain 4, Band 1, 2, Baseball 3, Student
Council 2, 3, 4, State Representative 2, 4, Executive
Board 4, Campus Council 3, 4, Chairman 4, Future
Teachers 2, 3, 4, Lettermen's Club 4, Key 4, Pep Club
2, 3, 4, National Thespians Society 4, Plays 3, 4, Class
Vice-President 4, Homecoming Royalty 4, Hi-Y 1.
Bergstrand, Jim - National Honor Society 3, 4, Library Club
2, 3, 4.
Berthoud, Don - Basketball 1, Future Distributors 4, Presi-
Betcher, John - Intramurals 3, 4.
Blanchard, Paul - Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4, Art Club 3, 4.
Bloomberg, Joylin - C.A.A. 1, 2, 3, 4, Y-Teens 1, 2, 3, 4,
Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Key 2, Bio-Chemics 4, Pep Club 1, 2, 3, 4.
Bobb, Geraldine - G.A.A. 2, 3, 4, Y-Teens 3, 4, Chorus 2, 3,
4, Spanish Club 1, Future Homemakers, 2, 3, 4, Pep
Club 3, 4.
Bowers, James - Basketball 1, Cross-Country 4, Intramurals
4, Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4, Rifle Club 2, Lettermenis Club 4.
Bowman, Kenneth - Football 1, Track 2, 3, Intramurals 4.
Breeden, Marilyn - Chorus 1, 3, 4, Future Homemakers' 1,
Pep Club 1.
Brewer, Jerry - VVrestling 2, Intramurals 3, 4, Tri-Mic 3, 4,
Brown, Sharon - G.A.A. 1, 2, 3, 4, Pep Club 1, 2, Chorus 3,
4, Y-Teens 1, 2, 3, Future Homemakers 4, Vice-Presi-
Brundrett, James - Intramurals 4, Transfer from Marion,
Bulen, Sue - Band 2, 3, French Club 4, Future Teachers' 4.
Burrell, Mansel - Intramurals 2, 3, 4.
Burrell, Robert - Football 1, 3, 4, VVrestling 3, 4, Intramurals
2, Lettermenis Club 4.
Buss, Charlyn - C.A.A. 1, 2, 3, 4, Y-Teens 2, 3, 4, Board
Member 4, Band 1, 2, 3, 4, State Music Contest 1, 2, 3, 4,
Future Teachers, 4, Skyline 3, 4, Faculty Editor 4, Bio-
Chemics 2, 3, 4, President 4, Pep Club 2, 3, 4, National
Honor Society 3, 4, Historian 4, Original Oration 4,
Dance Band 4, Panther Parade 4, Editorial Board 4,
Band Uniform Manager 4, Quill and Scroll 4.
Cabor, Donald - Intramurals 1, 4, Baseball 1.
Caldwell, Russell - Football 1, 2, Track 1, Wrestling 1, 2, 4,
Rifle Club 3.
Canatsey, Dean - Chorus 1, 2.
Cant, Karen - G.A.A. 1, 2, 3, 4, Y-Teens 1, 2, 3, 4, Board 2,
3, 4, Program Chairman 4, Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4, Student
Council 3, Campus Council 3, 4, Recorder 3, Hall of
Ideas Chairman 4, State Representative 3, 4, Executive
Board 4, Business Club 2, 3, Pep Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Home-
coming Royalty 4, Future Nurses 4.
Colvin, Charlene - C.A.A. 1, 2, 3, 4, Y-Teens 1, 2, 3, 4, Band
1, 2, Future Homemakers, 1, 2, 3, 4, Bio-Chemics 3,
Camera Club 1, 2, 3, Pep Club 1, 2, 3.
Cook, Dixie - G.A.A. 1, 2, 3, Y-Teens 1, 2, 3, 4, Board 3,
Chorus 2, 3, 4, Choir Council 3, Band 1, Campus Coun-
cil 3, 4, Pep Club 2, 3, National Thespians 4, Plays 3, 4,
Cheerleader 1, Art Club 2, 3, 4.
Courtney, Tom - Intramurals 4, Baseball Manager 2, 3, Tri-
Mic 3, 4, Rifle Club 3, Band 1, 2, 3.
Coward, Wlilliam - Cross-country 4, Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Pep
Crawford, Ellen - G.A.A. 2, 3, 4, Y-Teens 2, 3, 4, Chorus 2,
3, 4, Council Representative 3, Secretary 4, Student
Council 3, Campus Council 3, Business Club 3, Pep
Club 2, 3, 4, National Thespians 3, 4, Plays 3, 4, Cheer-
leader 2, Homecoming Royalty 4.
Cremeens, Dewayne - Track 1, 2, 3, 4, Wrestling 2, 3, 4,
Cross-Country 1, 2, 3, 4, Y.F.C. Club 1, Lettermenis
Club 4, Hi-Y 1.
Cropp, John - Football 1, 2, 3, 4, Captain, Track 1, 2, 3, 4:
VVrestling 1, 2, 3, 4, Captain 4, Homecoming Royalty 4.
Crouch, Jesse - Intramurals 4.
Damm, Cary - Football 1, 2, Baseball 1, Tri-Mic 3.
Daniels, Sharon - C.A.A. 1, 2, Y-Teens 1, 2, 3, Chorus 3, Fu-
ture Homemakers' 1, 2, 3, Pep Club 1, 2.
Davis, Eileen - G.A.A. 2, Chorus 1, 3, 4, Future Home-
Dean, James - Basketball 1, Intramurals 3, Tri-Mic 2, 3
Vice-President 2, President 3, State Vice-President 4-
Rifle Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Vice-President 3, President 4.
DeCapp, Mary Kay - C.A.A. 1, 2, 3, 4, Y-Teens 2, 3, Chorus
1, 2, 3, 4, Business Club 3, Future Homemakers, 2, Pep
Club 1, 2, 3.
DeJaegher, Patricia - Y-Teens 3, Chorus I, 2, 3, Business
Club 3, Future Homemakers' 2.
Delles, Vernon - Band 1, 2, Future Distributors 4.
Deporterw Greg - Football 1, 2, Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4, Rifle Club
4, Panther Parade 4, National Thespians Society 4,
Plays 4, Representative to 1961 National Youth Confer-
ence on the Atom.
DeRocker, .lean - G.A.A. 1, 2, 3, 4, Y-Teens 2, 3, 4, Board 3,
Chorus 1, 2, 3, Representative 3, Campus Council 4,
Business Club 3, Future Teachers' 2, Key 4, Camera
Club 2, Pep Club 1, 2, 3, Plays 4, Class Secretary 4,
Homecoming Royalty 4.
Dubuisson, Mary - Rifle Club 1, G.A.A. 4, Future Teachers'
2, 3, 4, Future Homemakers' 1, Panther Parade 4, Pep
Club 2, 3, 4, Plays 2, 4, Debate 2.
Duff, Iulie - G.A.A. 1, 2, 3, 4, Y-Teens 1, 2, 3, 4, President
2, Panther Parade 4, Bio-Chemics 1, 2, 3, 4, Pep Club
1, 2, 3, 4, Declamation 2, 3, Plays 4, Future Nurses 2, 3,
4, Vice-President 3, President 4.
Duff, Karen - G.A.A. 1, 2, 3, Y-Teens 1, 2, 3, 4, Chorus 1, 2,
3, Future Teachers' 2, 3, Key 4, Art Club 1, 2, Pep Club
3, National Honor Society 4.
Duncan, Lloyd - Chorus 1, 2, 3.
Dunham, Brad - Basketball 2, Track 3, 4, Cross-Country 2,
3, 4, Intramurals 3, 4, Baseball 2, 3, 4, French Club 4,
Lettermen's Club 2, 3, 4, Secretary 4, Key 4, Sports Re-
porter, National Honor Society 3, 4.
Elias, Milton - Football Trainer 2, 3, 4, Basketball Manager
1, 2, Chorus 1, 2, Lettennen's Club 3, 4.
Emmert, Gary - Track 2, Rifle Club 1, Pep Club 3, Future
Evans, Janet - Y-Teens 1, Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4, Business Club 3,
Future Homemakers' 1, 2, Secretary, Y.F.C. Club 1, Pep
Club 1, 2, Debate 4.
F airman, VVilliam
Fender, Barbara - G.A.A. 1, 3, 4, Y-Teens 1, 2, 3, 4, Song Di-
rector 3, Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4, Secretary 2, 3, President 4,
Student Council 1, 2, 3, 4, Vice-President 4, Executive
Board 4, Quint-City Representative 4, Campus Council
3, 4, Future Teachers' 2, 3, Music Director 2, Treasurer
3, Bio-Chemics 3, Pep Club 1, 2, 3, National Thespians
3, 4, Declamation 2, 3, 4, Plays 3, Class Secretary 2, 3,
Homecoming Queen 4, Future Nurses 4.
Finley, Larry - Football Manager 3, 4, Baseball 1, Rifle Club
2, Student Council 4, Unity And Spirit Chairman 4,
Executive Board 4, Campus Council 4, Spanish Club
2, 3, 4, President 3, Lettermen's Club 3, 4, Key 3, 4,
News Editor 3, Editor-in-Chief 4, Panther Parade 4,
Editorial Board, Pep Club 2, 4, President 4, Plays 4,
Debate 4, Original Oration 4, Quill and Scroll 4, Vice-
President 4, Library Club 2, 3, 4, D.R.Y. Representative
3, 4, President 4.
Fish, Shirley - G.A.A. 2, Y-Teens 1, 2, 4, Band 1, 2, 3, 4,
Bio-Chemics 4, Pep Club 1, 2, Future Nurses' 4.
Fitzgerald, Carolyn - Transfer from Moline, G.A.A. 4, Y-
Fletcher, Alfred - Wrestling 1, 2, Band 1, 2, 3.
Flowers, Colleen - G.A.A. 1, 2, 4, Y-Teens 3, 4, Future
Fox, William - Football 1, Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4, Baseball
1, 2, Tri-Mic 3, 4.
Francis, Richard - Football 2, Tennis 3, Intramurals 2, 3, 4,
Art Club 4.
Franks, james - Baseball 2.
Fuller, Roger - Football 1, Tri-Mic 3, Chorus 1, 2, 3, Hi-Y 1.
F ulscher, George - Football 1, 2, Intramurals 4, Chorus 2,
Gager, Betty - G.A.A. 1, 2, 3, Declamation 3, 4, Varsity 4,
Plays 4, Original Oration 4.
Garcia, joe - Future Distnibutors 4, Treasurer.
Garrett, Steven - Transfer from Brighton, Iowa, Intramurals
3, 4, Chorus 3.
Gartner, Archie - Football 4, Lettermen's Club 4, Transfer
from Beatrice, Nebraska.
Gauker, Sandra - Chorus 2, 3, 4.
Gause, Ann - G.A.A. 2, 3, 4, Y-Teens 3, 4, Band 1, 2, 3, 4,
Future Teachers' 2, Pep Club 3, 4, Homecoming Royalty
4, Cheerleader 1, 2, 3, 4.
Goethals, Kathleen - G.A.A. 1, 2, 3, 4, Y-Teens 2, 3, 4,
Chorus 2, 3, Future Homemakers' 1, 2, 3, 4, Pep Club
1, 2, 3, 4, Homecoming Royalty 4, Cheerleader 1, 4.
Goodwin, Sally - Y-Teens 2, 3, 4, Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4, Pianist
1, 2, 4, Student Council 1, 2, 3, 4, President 4, Quint-City
Representative 2, 4, Pekin District Rep. 2, 3, 4, State
Rep. 2, 3, 4, National Rep. 4, Executive Board 4, Cam-
pus Council 3, 4, Y.F.C. Club 1, 2, Pianist, Skyline 2, 3,
4, Senior Editor 4, Pep Club 1, 2, 3, National Thespians
2, 3, 4, National Honor Society 3, 4, Declamation 1, 2,
3, 4, Varsity, Plays 1, 2, 3, 4, Class Vice-President 2,
President 3, Homecoming Royalty 4, Quill and Scroll 4,
Panther Parade 4, Editorial Board, D.A.R. Award 4,
Speech District Representative 3, 4, Lyric Theatre 4.
Gotheridge, Richard - Transfer from St. Bede, Wrestling
4, Intramurals 3.
Graham, Phil - Football 1, Track 1, 2, Intramurals 4.
Granet, Karen - G.A.A. 3, 4, Pep Club 3, Library Club 2, 3, 4.
Graver, VVilliam - Intramurals 3, 4, Rifle Club 1, 2, 3, 4,
Treasurer 4, Chorus 1, 2.
Green, Donna - G.A.A. 4, Y-Teens 1, 2, 4, Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4.
Haigh, Robert - Golf 2, Intramurals 2.
Hall, Kenneth - Football 2, Tri-Mic 3, 4, Rifle Club 1, 2,
Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4.
Hamerlinck, Gayle - G.A.A. 2, 3, 4, Y-Teens 1, 2, 3, 4, Board
3, Vice-President 4, Band 1, Student Council 4, Social
Chairman 4, Executive Board 4, Campus Council 3, 4,
Skyline 3, Freshman Editor 3, Key 2, Camera Club 1,
Pep Club 1, 2, 3, National Thespians 4, Declamation
1, 2, 3, 4, Varsity 3, 4, Plays 3, 4, Radio Speaking 3,
Homecoming Royalty 4.
Hamrick, Sherian - G.A.A. 2, 3, 4, Y-Teens 3, 4, Future
Homemakers' 1, 2, Plays 3.
Harrison, Janet - G.A.A. 1, 2, 3, 4, Y-Teens 1, 2, 3, 4, Board
3, Vice-President 3, Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4, Vice-President
3, 4, Key 1, Pep Club 2, 3, Treasurer 3, Plays 3, 4.
Hemphill, John - Tri-Mic 1, Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4.
Herrera, Anna - G.A.A. 1, 2, 3, 4, Chorus 1, 3, Business
Club 2, 4, Spanish Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Vice-President 4,
Pep Club 2, 3, 4.
Hill, Nancy - Y-Teens 2, 3, 4, Chorus 1, 2, 3, Business Club
2, 3, Future Homemakers' 2.
Hill, Patricia - Tennis 1, 2, 3, G.A.A. 1, 2, 3, 4, Chorus 1,
Bio-Chemics 2, 3, 4, Pep Club 1, 2, 3, Future Nurses'
2, 3, 4, Library Club 2, 3, 4, Treasurer 4, I. S. L. A. Rep-
Hoepfner, Donna - Y-Teens 2, 3, Business Club 3, Future
Homemakers' 1, 2, Pep Club 3, Future Nurses' 2, 3, 4,
Homan, Nancy - Y-Teens 3, 4, Chorus 2, 3, 4, Pep Club 3.
Hook, Sheryl - Y-Teens 3, Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4, Business Club
4, Vice-President 4, Y.F.C. Club 2.
Hoyle, Barbara - Y-Teens 3, Chorus 3, 4, Business Club 4.
Huggins, Paula - G.A.A. 2, 3, 4, Y-Teens 1, 2, 3, 4, Chorus
1, 2, 3, 4, Business Club 2, 3, Vice-President 3, Camera
Club 1, Pep Club 1, 2, 3.
Hunt, Donald - Intramurals 1, 3, 4, Rifle Club 1, 4.
Hurd, John -- Football 4, Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4, Baseball 1, 2,
3, 4, Campus Council 4, Lettermenis Club 3, 4, Treas-
urer 4, Key 4, Pep Club 2, 3, Homecoming Royalty 4.
Irwin, Marvin - Band 1.
Ishmael, Diane - G.A.A. 1, 4, Chorus 2, 3, 4, Band 1, Art
Club 1, 2, 3, 4.
Issa, Helen - French Club 4.
Johnson, Dennis - Track 2, WVrestling 2, Intramurals 4, Band
1, 2, 3, Bio-Chemics 4, Plays 3, Hi-Y 1.
Johnson, James - Golf 3, Intramurals 4, Band 3, 4, Drum
Major 4, Dance Band 4.
Johnson, John - Football 2, Intramurals 1, Chorus 4, Vice-
President 4, Hi-Y 2.
Johnson, Vernon - Intramurals 3, 4, Rifle Club 3.
Kaskadden, Karen - G.A.A. 2, 3, Chorus 2, 3, 4, Pep Club 2,
Kastner, Phil - Intramurals 3, 4, Baseball 1, Art Club 1.
Kelley, Carol - G.A.A. 1, 2, 3, 4, Board 3, 4, Rep. 3, 4,
Y-Teens 1, 2, 3, 4, Board 1, 2, 3, Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4, Student
Council 4, Treasurer 4, Public Relations and Publicity
Chairman, Executive Board 4, Campus Council 3, 4,
Skyline 2, 3, Key 4, Panthere Parade 4, Pep Club 1, 2, 3,
4, National Thespians 4, Plays 3, 4, Homecoming Royal-
ty 4, Cheerleader 1, 3, 4, Art Club 1, 2, 3, 4, President
Kenney, George - Rifle Club 2, 3, Executive Officer 3, Fu-
ture Distributors 4.
Kilts, Robert - Rifle Club 3, 4, Tri-Mic 3, 4, Chorus 1, 2.
Kincaid, Ruth - G.A.A. 1, 2, 3, 4, Chorus 1, 2, 3, Future
Teachers, 2, 3, 4, Key 4, Declamation 2.
Kipp, Gerald - Football 2, 3, 4, Basketball 1, VVrestling 3,
Intramurals 2, 4, Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4, Lettermenis Club
Kirklin, Arthur - Chorus 1, 2, 3.
Klee, Juergen - Band 4, Student Council 4, Campus Council
4, Quint-City, Pekin District, State Delegate.
Kundert, George - Football 1, 2, Wrestling 2, Rifle Club 2,
Chorus 1, Pep Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Plays 3, 4, Debate 3.
Kunkle, Sharon - G.A.A. 1, 2, Band 1, 2, Future Home-
makers, 2, 3, 4, Y.F.C. Club 1, Plays 4.
Lange, David - Football 1, 2, Intramurals 3, Chorus 1, 2,
Future Teachers, 4, Lettermerfs Club 4, Pep Club 3.
Lange, Howard - Football 1, Basketball 1, Cross-Country
2, 3, 4, Intramurals 2, 3, 4, Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4, Letter-
menis Club 3, 4, Pep Club 2, 3. I
Larrison, Joanne - G.A.A. 1, Business Club 1, Y.F.C. Club 1,
Radio Speaking 3.
Leahy, Sheila - Tennis 2, 3, 4, G.A.A. 1, 2, 3, 4, Pep Club 3,
Chorus 1, 2, Spanish Club 1, 2, 3, Secretary 2, Skyline
2, 3, 4, Activities Editor 4, Sophomore Assembly Com-
mittee, Quill and Scroll 4, Homeroom Chairman 4.
Lee, Sandra - Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4, Art Club 1, 2, 3, 4.
Leedom, Larry - Radio Speaking 4.
Lemkau, Dennis - Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4.
Leonhard, Donald - Football 2, 3, 4, Tennis 1, 2, 3, 4, Intra-
murals 4, Rifle Club 4, Band 1, 2, 3, Lettermen's Club
4, Skyline 2, Panther Parade 4, Plays 4, National Thes-
pians Society 4, Debate 2, Homeroom Chairman 4.
Lewis, Karen - G.A.A. 1, 2, 3, 4, Program Manager, Y-Teens
3, Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4, Pep Club 1, 2, 3, Declamation 2,
Y.C.Q.C. 1, 2.
Ligeno, Louis - Football 2, 3, 4, Basketball 1, 2, Tennis 1, 2,
3, 4, Intramurals 3, 4, Band 1, Lettermenis Club 4,
Panther Parade 4, Plays 4, National Thespians Society 4.
Lindley, Janet - G.A.A. 1, 2, 3, 4, Pep Club 1, 2, 3, Declama-
Lingafelter, Dennis - Chorus 1, 2.
Lopez, Theresa - Future Teachers' 4.
Lundeen, Andrea - G.A.A. 1, 2, 3, 4, Y-Teens 1, 2, 3, 4,
Chorus 1, 2, Y.F.C. Club 1, Key 1, 2, 3, 4, Feature Edi-
tor 4, Panther Parade 4, Bio-Chemics 1, 2, 3, 4, Pep Club
1, 2, 3, 4, National Thespians Society 4, Declamation
1, 2, 3, 4, Varsity, Plays 3, 4, Debate 2, Quill and
Maranville, Thomas - Transfer from Erie, Cross-Country 4,
Lettermenis Club 4, Panther Parade 4, Plays 3, 4, Pep
Club 3, 4, Basketball 3, 4, Radio Speaking 4, Original
Oration 4, Original Monologue 4, National Thespians
Society 4, Baseball 4.
McLaughlin, Betty - Y-Teens 3, 4, Chorus 1,'2, 3, 4, Pep
McLean, Tom - Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4, Radio Speaking 4.
Milburn, Bob - Art Club 4.
Millen, Margene - Y-Teens 3, 4, Pep Club 3.
Miller, Donald - Student Council 2, 3, Pekin District Repre-
sentative 2, Quint-City Rep. 3, State Rep. 3, Lettermenis
Club 3, 4, Skyline 2, 3, Junior Class Editor 3, Pep Club
2, 3, 4, President 3, Vice-President 4, National Thespi-
ans 4, Plays 3, 4, Class Vice-President 3, Homecoming
Royalty 4, Pete the Panther 2,'3, 4.
Miller, Mary - Chorus 1, 2, 3, Future Homemakers' 1, 4.
Miller, Roger - Football 1, Basketball 1, 2, Track 2, Intra-
murals 3, 4, Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4, Panther Parade 4, National
Thespians 4, Plays 2, 3, 4, Y.C.Q.C. 1, 2.
Mitcham, Jean - G.A.A. 2, 3, 4, French Club 4, Declama-
tion 3, Office Girl 3, 4.
Moeller, John - Track 2, Future Distributors 4.
Montieth, Robert - Rifle Club 2, 3.
Morgan, Jack - Transfer from F airbury, Nebraska, Band 1,
Lettermenis Club 4, Tennis 3, 4, Co-Captain 4, Quad-
City Champs fNo. 3 Doublesl, Intramurals 1, 3, 4.
Mumma, Brian - Football 1, 4, Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4, Wres-
tling 2, 3, 4, Chorus 2, Lettermenis Club 4, Pep Club
Myers, Steve - Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4, Captain 4, Art Club
4, Chorus 1.
Neal, Sandra - Y-Teens 1, 2, 3, 4, Chorus 1, 2, 3, Pep Club
1, 2, 3.
Neff, Sandra - Chorus 3, Y-Teens 1, 2, 3, 4, State Conference
Rep. 1, Vice-President 2, Key 2, Pep Club 1, 2, 3, Decla-
mation 4, Plays 3, 4, Radio Speaking 4, Future Nurses
2, 3, 4, Historian 4.
Nelson, Alice - Y-Teens 1, 2, 3, Future Teachers, 2, 3, 4,
Conference and Convention Delegate 3, 4, Y.F.C. Club
1, 2, 3, President 3, Skyline 1, 2, Key 1, 2, Panther Pa-
rade 4, Pep Club 2, 3, National Thespians 4, Declama-
tion 1, 2, 3, 4, Original Oration 4, Original Monologue
4, After-Dinner Speaking 4.
Nelson, Larry - Basketball 1, Tennis 1, 2, 3, 4, Co-Captain
4, Quad-City Champ No. 3 Singles, Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4,
Choir Counsel 3, Lettermenis Club 2, 3, 4, Pep Club 1,
Newingham, Linda - Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4, Spanish Club 2, 3,
Treasurer 3, Y.F.C. Club 1, 2, Treasurer 1, Pep Club 3,
Declamation 3, 4.
Neyt, Linda - G.A.A. 1, 2, 3, 4, 'Y-Teens 1, 2, 3, Chorus 1, 2,
3, 4, Future Homemakers, 1, 2, 3, Pep Club 1, 2.
Nixon, Rita - G.A.A. 1, 2, 3, 4, Y-Teens 4, Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4.
Nordholm, Vala - G.A.A. 1, 2, 3, 4, Y-Teens 1, 2, 3, Chorus
1, 2, 3, 4, Future Homemakers, 1, 2, 3, 4, Vice-Presi-
Ohlsen, Priscilla - G.A.A. 1, 2, 3, 4, Y-Teens 1, 2, 3, 4, Chorus
1, 2, 3, Business Club 3, Pep Club 1, 2, 3, Plays 3, 4.
O,Klock, Max - Football 1, 2, 3, 4, Tri-Mic 3, 4, Representa-
tive 3, 4, Chorus 1, 2, Letterinenis Club 3, 4, Pep Club 2.
Paasch, Earl - Football 1, 2, 3, 4, Basketball 1, Track 1, 2,
3, 4, YVrestling 2, 3, 4, Chorus 1, 2, Student Council 4,
Public Relations and Publicity Chairman 4, Quint-City
Representative, Campus Council 3, 4, Executive Board
4, Lettermenis Club 3, 4, President 4, Pep Club
1, 2, Plays 3, Class President 4, Homecoming Prince,
Junior Rotarian 4.
Paller, James - Intramurals 2, 3.
Parry, David - Football 1, 2, 4, Track 1, 2, YVrestling 1, 2, 3,
Golf 1, 2, 3, Intramurals 1, 2, 4, Baseball 1, 2, Rifle Club
1, 2, 3, Student Council 1, Lettermenis Club 3, 4, Sky-
line 1, 2, Key 1, 2, Pep Club 1, 2, Art Club 1, 2, 3, 4,
Hi-Y 1, 2, 3.
Paytash, Joann - Y-Teens 1, 3, 4, President 4, G.A.A. 1, 3, 4,
Future Nurses 4.
Peterson, Linda - G.A.A. 2, Business Award for shorthand 3.
Peterson, lVillard - Football 2.
Peve, Garold - Football 1, 2, 3, 4, Basketball 1, 2, Track 1, 2,
YVrestling 3, 4, Tennis 4, Baseball 3, Chorus 1, 2, Letter-
men's Club 3, 4, Key 4, Panther Parade 4, Pep Club 3,
Plays 3, 4, Homecoming Royalty 4, Alternate to Boy's
State, Senior Ramblings Reporter, 4.
Phelps, Carol - Y-Teens 2, 3, 4, Chorus 2, 3, 4, Future Home-
makers, 1, 2, 3, Historian 2, 3, Future Nurses 3, 4.
Philhower, Mike - Rifle Club 1, Band 1, 2, 3, 4, President 3,
4, Spanish Club 2, 3, 4, Secretary 3, President 4, ,National
Honor Society 3, 4, Treasurer 4, Plays 3, 4, Dance Band
4, Junior Rotarian 4.
Polich, Carol - G.A.A. 1, 2, 3, 4, Board 3, 4, Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4,
President 3, Treasurer Mixed Chorus 4, Key 3, Future
Teachers, 2, 3, 4, Treasurer 4, Pep Club 1, 2, 3.
Ponciano, Mary - G.A.A. 1, Chorus 1, 2, 3, Future Home-
makers, 2, Pep Club 2, 3.
Porter, Ruth - G.A.A. 3, 4, Y-Teens 1, Art Club 3, Future
Powell, David - Intramurals 2, 4, Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4.
Powell, Sherrie - Transfer from Moline-Y-Teens 4, French
Club 4, President 4.
Prieto, Rosemary - G.A.A. 1, 2, 3, 4, Y-Teens 2, 3, Chorus
1, 3, 4, Business Club 4, Spanish Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Vice-
President 2, Pep Club 1, 2, 3.
Ralston, Judith - G.A.A. 2, 3, 4, Y-Teens 1, Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4,
Future Homemakers, 2, 3, 4, Historian 3, President 4.
Ramirez, Carmen - G.A.A. 1, 2, 3, 4, Chorus 1, 2, 3, Business
Club 4, Spanish Club 1, 4, Future Teachers' 2, 3, 4, Sec-
retary 4, Pep Club 1, 2, 3, 4.
Rasso, Patricia - Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4, Business Club 4, Secretary
4, Spanish Club 1, 4.
Ray, Gloria - G.A.A. 1, 2, 3, Y-Teens 3, Chorus 1, 2, 3.
Redmond, Charlotte - Transfer from Anniston, Alabama.
Reeser, Jerry - Future Distributors 4.
Richard, Judith - Band 1, 2, 3.
Ridenour, Carl - Tri-Mic 4.
Robinson, Cheryl - G.A.A. 1, 2, 3, 4, Y-Teens 1, 2, 3, 4,
Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4, Future Teachers' 2, Pep Club 1, 2, 3,
National Thespians 4, Plays 4.
Robinson, Joan - G.A.A. 2, 3, 4, Y-Teens 1, 2, 3, Pep Club
2, 3, Chorus 1, Business Club 2, Future Homemakers'
1, 2, 3, Declamation 4, Library Club 2, 3, 4, Secretary 4.
Robinson, John - Football 2, 3, Intramurals 1.
Rockwell, Geraldine - G.A.A. 2, Future Homemakers, 2,
Y.F.C. 1, 2.
Roselle, Katherine - G.A.A. 1, 2, Spanish Club 2.
Ross, J. D. - Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4.
Rotz, Sharon - G.A.A. 1, Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4, Art Club 4.
Rylander, Donald - Cross-Country 2, 3, Intramurals 3, 4,
Baseball 1, 2, 3.
Sager, Gary - Football 1, Intramurals 3, Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4.
Salmonson, Gail - Library Club 2, 3, 4, G.A.A. 1, 2, 3, 4,
Representative 2, 3, Vice-President 4, Campus Council
4, Skyline 2, 3, 4, Clubs Editor 4, Bio-Chemics 4, Pep
Club 3, National Honor Society 3, 4, Declamation 1, 2,
Alternate Girls' State 3, Homeroom Chairman 3, 4,
Scholastic Award 3.
Sanders, Ronald - Football 1, 2, Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4.
Sapp, Robert - Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4, Spanish Club 1, 2.
Saunders, Carl Eugene - Future Teachers, 2, 3, 4, Skyline
2, 3, 4, Pep Club 2, 3, Plays 3, 4, National Thespians 3, 4,
Quill and Scroll 4, Patrons and Subscriptions Manager,
Skyline 4, Subscriptions Manager, Panther Parade 4.
Sayers, Robert - Transfer from Olmstead Falls, Ohio, Intra-
murals 4, Tri-Mic 4.
Schmidt, Glenn - Football 1, Basketball 1, Track 1, 2, 4,
Cross-Country 2, Pep Club 2, Plays 4.
Seibert, Diane - Tennis 1, 2, 3, G.A.A. 1, 2, 3, 4, Chorus 1,
Future Teachers, 4, Skyline 2, 3, Bio-Chemics 1, 2, 3, 4,
Vice-President 4, Pep Club 2, 3.
Seys, Paulette - Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4.
Shipma, Judy - G.A.A. 1, 2, 3, 4, Representative 1, 2, Secre-
tary 3, President 4, Y-Teens 2, Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4, Campus
Council 3, 4, Business Club 4, Pep Club 3, Art Club
1, 2, 3.
Sigler, Judy - G.A.A. 1, 2, 3, 4, Representative at Play Day,
Chorus 3, Spanish 2, 3, 4, Board 3, Y.F.C. Club 1, Key
4, Business Manager 4, Rep. to I.H.S.P.A. 4, Panther
Parade 4, National Honor Society 3, 4, Secretary 4,
Scholastic Award 3.
Simpson, Catherine - Chorus 3, 4, Accompanist, Band 1, 2,
3, 4, Librarian 3, 4, Vice-President 4, Business Club 4,
Future Teachers, 2.
Skinner, Charles - Rifle Club 2, Band 1, 2, 3.
Skowronski, Joe - Student Council 4, Campus Council 3, 4,
Executive Board 4, Budget and Finance Chairman 4,
State Finance Chairman for Convention, Pep Club 2, 3,
4, Treasurer 2, Future Teachers, 2, 3, 4, Vice-President
3, President 4, Vice-President of Blackhawk Division 3,
President 4, Skyline 2, 3, 4, Activities Editor 3, Editor-
in-Chief 4, Bio-Chemics 2, 3, Treasurer 3, National Thes-
pians 3, 4, National Honor Society 3, 4, Declamation
1, 2, 3, 4, Oratory 1, 2, Original Oration 4, Plays 1, 2,
3, 4, Radio Speaking 4, Panther Parade 4, American Le-
gion Oration 4, Quill and Scroll 4, President 4, Scholas-
tic Award 2, 3.
Sloane, Barbara - Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Spanish Club 1, 2, 3, 4,
French Club 4, Secretary 4, Treasurer 4, Y.F,C. Club
1, 2, Skyline 2, 3, 4, Business Manager 4, Panther Pa-
rade 4, Editorial Board, Pep Club 2, 3, National Thes-
pians 3, 4, National Honor Society 3, 4, Declamation
2, 3, 4, Plays 2, 3, 4, Poetry 3, 4, District Representative
3, 45 Original Oration 45 Original Monologue 45 Dance
Band 45 Quill and Scroll 45 Girls' State Representative
3, Scholastic Award 2, 3.
Slover, John - Spanish Club 1, 25 Future Teachers' 45
French Club 45 Panther Parade 45 Pep Club 2, 3, 45 De-
bate 3, 45 Plays 3, 4.
Smith, Ruth - Y-Teens 2, 3, 4, Board 4, Publicity Chairman
45 Chorus 1, 2, 3, 45 Art Club 2, 3, 4, Secretary 4.
Snapp, Dianne - G.A.A. 15 Y-Teens 35 Chorus 1, 2, 3, 45 Pep
Club 35 Radio Speaking 4.
Snyder, Carmelle - G.A.A. 1, 2, 3, 45 Y-Teens 1, 2, 3, 45 Busi-
ness Club 45 Key 15 Pep Club 1, 2, 35 Plays 3, 4.
Sprague, Susan - Chorus 1, 2, 3, 45 Future Homemakers'
2, 35 Future Nurses 3, 4.
Spurr, Ella - Y-Teens 45 Business Club 45 Spanish- Club 2,
President 25 Skyline 2, 3, Activities5 Radio Speaking 4.
Stafford, Jimmy - Chorus 1, 2, 3.
Stahl, Mary - G.A.A. 15 Chorus 2, 3.
Steele, Jack - Chorus 1, 2, 3, 45 Y.F.C.. Club 1.
Stockwell, Margaret - G.A.A. 1, 2, 3, 45 Y-Teens 3, 45 Chorus
1, 2, 3, 45 Pep Club 2, 35 Plays 45 Future Nurses 4.
Stogdell, Mary - G.A.A. 1, 35 Y.F.C. Club 1, 2.
Stone, Phyllis - G.A.A. 45 Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Majorette 2, 3,
Head Majorette 4.
Stoneking, Marsha - G.A.A. 1, 2, 35 Band 1, 25 Y.F.C. Club 1.
Stopoulos, James - Football 1, 2, 3, 45 Track 3, 45 Wrestling
1, 25 Letterrnen's Club 3, 45 National Thespians 3, 45
Class Vice-President 15 Art Club 45 Homecoming King 4.
Stotmeister, Carolyn - G.A.A. 2, 3, 45 Business Club 4.
Strickland, Evelyn - Tennis 45 G.A.A. 1, 2, 45 Chorus 3, 45
Pep Club 35 Art Club 3.
Suhr, Carl - Intramurals 45 French Club 45 Future Teachers,
45 Pep Club 2, 4, Treasurer 45 Debate 45 Library Club
2, 3, 4.
Sutton, Barbara - Y-Teens 15 Future Nurses 2, 3, Secretary
Taylor, John - Intramurals 35 Tri-Mic 45 Camera Club 2.
Teague, James - Football 15 Wrestling 1, 2, 3, 45 Baseball
1, 2, 45 Choms 1, 2, 3, 45 Lettermen's Club 1, 2, 3, 4.
Tompkins, Gloria - G.A.A. 2, 3, 45 Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4.
Tracy, Clark - Football 1, 2, 3, 45 VVrestling 1, 2, 3, 45 Cross-
Country 45 Track 1, 2, 3, 45 Intramurals 35 Letterrnen's
Club 3, 45 Key 4.
Tniitt, John - Basketball 1, 2, 35 Intramurals 45 Key 4.
Trunnell, Jana - G.A.A. 1, 2, 3, 4, Board 15 Y-Teens 1, 2, 3, 4,
Treasurer 2, Decorations Chairman 45 Chorus 2, 3, 45
Pep Club 2, 35 Plays 3, 4.
Turner, Edna - G.A.A. 1, 25 Y-Teens 3, 4.
Turner, Glenna - Homecoming Princess 45 Band 1, 2, 3, 45
Cheerleadersl, 2, 3, 45 G.A.A. 1, 2, 3, 45 Y-Teens 1, 3, 45
Class Treasurer'1.5 Pep Club 1, 2, 45 F.N.A. 3.
Turrell, Harry - Football 1, 2, 35 Wrestling 1, 25 Baseball 1,
25 Rifle Club.
Valentine, Elayne - G.A.A. 1, 35 Y-Teens 35 Chorus 35 Stu-
dent Council 2, 35 Future Teachers, 45 Camera Club
1, 25 Pep Club 35 State Student Council Convention
Delegate 25 Class Treasurer 2, 3, 4.
Vallejo, Theresa - G.A.A. 1, 2, 3, 45 Chorus 1, 2, 3, 45 Future
Homemakers, 3, 45 Pep Club 1, 2, 35 Cheerleader 1.
VanDeventer, Tom - Band 1, 2, 3, 45 Dance Band 4.
Verbeke, Allan - Wrestling 25 Golf 1, 25 Rifle Club 15 Art
Club 3, 4.
Vogel, Gerald - Football 15 Basketball 1, 25 Track 1, 2.
Vogler, Gaylord - Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4, Bowling Captain 45
Future Teachers' 3, 45 Pep Club 2, 35 Baseball 2, 4.
Waddell, Clarence - Wrestling 4.
Wainman, George - Basketball 1.
NV:-zekly, Max - Baseball 3, 45 Chorus 15 Spanish Club 2, 3, 45
Y.F.C. Club 1, 25 Pep Club 1, 2, 4.
VVeimer, Gene - Football 45 Basketball 1, 2, 3, 45 Baseball
1, 2, 3, 45 Future Teachers, 2, 3, 45 Y.F.C. Club 1, 25 Let-
terman,s Club 3, 45 Pep Club 2, 35 Boys, State Rep. 35
Plays 3, 4.
Weiss, Susanna - G.A.A. 2, 3, 45 Y-Teens 15 Chorus 3, 45
Business Club 35 Pep Club 35 Lyric Theatre 45 Plays 4.
VVelch, Gary - Track 25 Tri-Mic 45 Rifle Club 2.
XVest, Dennis - Track 2, 3, 45 Cross-Country 3, 4, Captain 4,
State 45 Intramurals 3, 45 Chorus 1, 25 Baseball 35 Span-
ish Club 2, 35 Lettermen's Club 3, 45 Pep Club 3, 45 Na-
tional Honor Society 45 Panther Parade.
WVestbrook, Charles - IVrestling 3, 45 Intramurals 25 Base-
ball 45 Chorus 35 Lettermen,s Club 4.
White, Bruce CEldonQ - Football 15 Intramurals 2, 35 Rifle
White, Paul - Football 1, 25 Basketball 1, 45 Track 1, 25
Cross-Country 45 Intramurals 2, 3, 45 Baseball 3, 45 Stu-
dent Council 1, 45 Constitution Chairman 4, Executive
Board 45 Campus Council 3, 45 Lettermen's Club 45 Sky-
line 45 National Thespians 45 National Honor Society
3, 45 Plays 35 Debate 2, 3, 45 Homecoming Royalty 4,
Junior Rotarian 4.
WVildermuth, Gene - Basketball 15 Track 1, 2, 3, 4, State
meet 3, 45 Wrestling 45 Cross-Country 1, 2, 3, 4, State
meet 45 National Honor Society 3, 4, Vice-President 45
Plays 45 Scholastic Award 25 Junior Rotarian 4.
Wilkinson, Karl - Track 1, 2, 35 Band 1, 25 Radio Speaking 3.
XVilkinson, XVoody - Basketball 15 Track 1, 2, 3, 45 Cross-
Country 1, 2, 35 Intramurals 2, 3, 4, Captain 2, 4, Team
Champions5 Band 1, 2, 3, 45 Business Club 45 Campus
Council 45 Y.F.C. Club 15 Art Club 15 Lettermenls
Club 2, 3, 4.
XVilliams, James Michael - Football Trainer 2, 3, 45 All
Varsity Trainer 45 Basketball 25 Track 1, 2, 35 Intramurals
3, 45 Chorus 25 Student Council 1, 4, Activities Chairman
4, Executive Board 45 Campus Council 45 Spanish Club
2, 3, 45 Lettermen,s Club 3, 4, Vice-President 45 Skyline
, 4, Sports Editor 45 Key 25 Pep Club 2, 4, Co-President
25 National Honor Society 3, 4, President 45 Plays 3, 45
National Thespians 3, 45 Homecoming Royalty 4, Lyric
Williams, Jeff - Track 1, 2, 3, 45 Cross-Country 2, 3, 45 Let-
termen's Club 2, 3, 4.
XVilliams, Larry - Track 1, 35 Cross-Country 15 Intramurals
45 National Honor Society 45 Chorus 1.
Winkelbauer, Gerald - Intramurals 45 Tri-Mic 3, 4.
YVise, Jerry - Wrestling 1, 2, 3, 45 Tri-Mic 3, 45 Chorus 3, 45
Band 45 Pep Club 2, 3.
WVoods, Clifford - Football 1, 25 Intramurals 2, 45 Spanish
Club 2, 3, 45 Skyline 25 Pep Club 1, 25 National Thespi-
ans Society 3, 45 Plays 3, 45 Lyric Theatre.
Woods, Frances - G.A.A. 1, 2, 3, 45 Y-Teens 3, 45 Chorus
1, 2, 3, 45 Business Club 45 Future Homemakers, 15 Pep
NVright, Marilyn - Chorus 2, 35 Business Club 45 Library
Club 2, 3, 4.
York, Deborah - G.A.A. 1, 2, 3, 45 Y-Teens 1, 2, 3, 4, Board
1, 25 Key 1, 35 Pep Club 1, 2, 35 Panther Parade 4.
Patrons of 1961-1962 Skyline
VVe, the staff and advisor of the SKYLINE, wish to extend our thanks to
the patrons, whose support has made this yearbook possible. Also, we thank the
chief photographer, Craig Athorp, and assistant photographers Gerry Buyck and
Tom Krantz, and KEY photographer Hairy Bottorf, who, with little exception,
took all of the action shots in this book. The cooperation of the Newsfoto
Publishing Company and Bob Mullins jr. and Sr., their sales representatives in
this area, is also deeply appreciated. We also thank the Moline Daily Dispatch
for the basketball and other photos they gave to us. We extend our deepest
thanks to all these people who helped our planning become the book you are
Shipley Do-Nut Shop
Green Rock Do-Nut Shop
Evelyn's Beauty Shop
State Bank of East Moline
8th, Street Sl 16th Avenue
Munos Barber Shop
Oscar's Barber Shop
Compliments of Regal Lanes
Your friendly neighbors
across the street.
Samls Highland Park Bowl
Vander Bekeis Cleaners
Bob Cobert,s Men's Wear
La Rue Shop
Norlinis Shoe Stores
"Stine The Tailor"
Dr. R. V. Frey
Dr, Kenneth G. Johnson
Dr. W. C, Steele
jase M. Albert M.D.
512-Green Park Addition
George A. Cook M.D.
M, H. Fish M.D.
Thornton Martin M.D.
P. W. Powell M.D.
Agnew's Drug Store
7th Street 81 16th Avenue
321 State Avenue
Hott Bros. Florists
Van Puyvelde's Food Mart
B. 61 C. Royal Blue
National Food Stores
Tri-City Packing Co.
Tri-City Packing Co.
Almquist Bros. Furniture Store
Kosty's Class Company
American Plumbing Sr Supply
johnson Steet Metal Works Inc.
K. 81 S. Refrig. 61 Heating
Modem Heating 81 Sheet Metal
H. 51 H. Awning Sl Window
Burgeston 6: Heeren Insurance
George H. Cramm, Insurance
Walter L. Hart, Insurance
Walker Insurance Service
Sable's Iewelry Store
W. L. Tatman jewelry
Vande Voorde's Iewelry Store
SAVINGS if LOAN COMPANIES
Community Savings Br Loan
Mercury Loan Company
Se-aboard Finance Company
Patrons of 1961-1962 Skyline
Roy H. Glockhoff
Long 8: Iackson, Attomeys
Stewart, Lytton, 61 Dalton
Dimock Gould 61 Company
Stormys' Port Record Shop
Donis Quality Paints
Sproul's Paint 6: Wallpaper Co.
Whitcome Sz Power Paint 8: Wallpaper
PLATI N G WORKS
Mc Kay's Plating Works
Bo-Mar Printing Company
East Moline Herald
Breezy Hollow Inn
ROLLER RIN KS
Skateland Roller Skating Center
23rd Avenue 81 Third Street
Ben 61 Roy's Shell Service
Bordner's Shell Service
Dave's Standard Service
Earnie's Skelly Service
900-So. 19th Street
I 144-lst Avenue
Iacobson Oil Company
Kenny's Tire Service
Mueller's Skelly Service
Silvis Independent Service
Dykeis Sign Co.
Your Store For Sport
Moline :Sr East Moline
Copeland Upholstering Shop
Birley's Variety Store
It all begun with u challenge 125 years ago . . .
It seems incredible now, but U. S. farmers
of 125 years ago almost gave up the job of
cultivating the rich prairie soils of the
country's Midwest. After the first breaking
the pioneer farmer found his land almost
impossible to turn profitably. The alluvial
soil clung like paste to the share and had
to be scraped away after every few feet of
In 1837, John Deere, a pioneer black-
smith, developed the first successful steel
plow which scoured clean and made possible
the farming of the wild prairie.
Today, this same inventive spirit pre-
vails throughout the Company John Deere
founded. Company employees of eight na-
tions in North and South America and
Europe supply a continuous line of new
products-farm and industrial power equip-
ment to help produce more food, to build
better homes and highways.
This year, as John Deere observes its
125th Anniversary, all associated with the
Company take pride in its products and its
part as "makers of plenty" for the people
of the world.
JOHN DEERE EAST MOLINE, ILLINOIS .--.1
MANUFACTURERS OF JOHN DEERE FARM AND INDUSTRIAL TRACTORS AND EQUIPMENT
TITLE PAGE ............
TABLE OF CONTENTS .....
DEDICATI ON ..........
INTRODUCTION . . . .... .6-9
FACULTY ....... ..... 1 0-27
CLASSES . . . . .28-95
SENIORS . . . ..... 30-61
JUNIORS ....... ..... 6 2-71
SOPHOMORES . . . ..... 72-83
FRESHMEN ........ ..... 8 4-95
SPORTS SECTION ...... .... 9 6-127
VARSITY FOOTBALL ...... .... 9 8-105
SOPHOMORE FOOTBALL .......
ORANGE 81 BLACK FOOTBALL . . .
VARSITY BASKETBALL .......
SOPHOMORE BASKETBALL ......
ORANGE 81 BLACK BASKETBALL . . .
VARSITY WRESTLING ..........
VARSITY BASEBALL ........
TRACK 81 CROSSCOUNTRY
BOYS TENNIS .............
GIRLS TENNIS ..............
VARSITY CHEERLEADERS .......
UNDERCLASS CHEERLEADERS ....
CLUB SECTION .................
ART CLUB ........
BUSINESS CLUB .....
BIO-CHEMICS CLUB . .. 132-133
CAMERA CLUB .... ..... 1 34
FRENCH CLUB ......................... ....... 1 35
FUTURE DISTRIBUTORS OF AMERICA
FUTURE NURSES OF AMERICA ......... ....... 1 39
FUTURE HOMEMAKERS OF AMERICA
FUTURE TEACHERS OF AMERICA . . .
LIBRARY CLUB ...................
GIRLS ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION ....
LETTERMENS CLUB .... .... 1 50-152
NATIONAL THESPIANS . . .
RIFLE CLUB .........
SPANISH CLUB . . .
PEP CLUB . . .
ACTIVITIES SECTION ....
STUDENT COUNCIL ....
AEOLIAN CHORUS . ..
ALLEGRO CHORUS ....
CAMBIATA CHORUS ..........
ADVANCED GIRLS GLEE CLUB
MALE CHORUS ................
VARSITY DECLAMATION ......
FRESH-SOPH DECLAMATION .
DEBATE 61 EXTEMP. ........ .
AF TER-DINNER SPEAKING ....
G.A.A. ROYALTY ....
PANTHER PARADE ............
QUILL 81 SCROLL .............
ASSEMBLIES 61 STUDENT LIFE
SENIOR ACTIVITIES ...........
FACULTY, STUDENTS, 81
ADMINISTRATION INDEX .
SCRIBBLE PAGES ..............
NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY . .
U.T.H.S. Student, Faculty, and Administrative Index 1962
Adams, John 86,107,172
Adamson, Edward 86
Alatorre, Ralph 180
Allen, Gwen 86
Allen, Ray 86
Ammerman, Joy 86,179
Anders, Ester Jean 86,139
Anderson, Jon 86,107,115,180
Anderson, Judy 86
Anderson, Tom 86,174
Andon, Kenneth 86
Andress, Marie 86,143,159,172
Angelos, James 86,107,115
Arvanis, John 107
Ashley, Gloria Carol 86,179
Aukee, Harold 86
Baldwin, Helen Joyce 86,181
Ballard, David 86
Ballard, Larry 86,172
Barber, Dennis 86
Barber, John Wayne 86
Barker, Donald 86,180
Bamhill, Sarah 86
Barr, Thomas 91,174
Barry, George 86,180
Baumann, Patricia 86,179
Bazor, Linda 86
Beale, Larry 86,107
Bebout, Sharen 86
Becker, Cheryl 86,139,174
Bedwell, Naureen 86
Beldin, James 86
Bemis, Patricia 86,180
Bennett, Gary 86,169,181
Bergendahl, Gary 86
Bergstrand, Dennis 86,181
Bert, Michael 87,115,169
Billings, James 86
Bird, Paul 95
Blackman, Connie 86,181
Blackwell, Harry 95
Blackwood, Thomas 95
Blair, Lloyd 86,115
Blanchard, David 86,181
Bohnert, Kathleen 86
Bone, Brenda 86,141,159,180
Boney, Susanne 86,181
Boss, Carol 95
Boultinghouse, Sharon 86,179
Bousselot, Bonnie 84,86,159,161
Bowker, Vivian 86,181
Bowles, Judy 86,180
Bowling, Sheila 95,179
Bowman, Mike 107
Bowman, James 86
Bradley, Danny 87
Bradley, Wayne 87,174
Bradshaw, Pamela 87,180
Braman, Yvonne 87,172
Brehnan, Hugh 87
Brereton, Roberta 87
Brewer, Linda 87
Britt, Brenda 87
Britton, Charles 87,180
Brown, Dennis 95,181
Brown, Douglas 87,115,124,181
Brown, William 87
Brownlee, Robert 87
Bulen, Patricia 87,159,181
Bull, James 95
Bundy, Margaret 87,180
Burd, Kenneth 87,107
Burgraf, Jack 92
Bumey, Cheryl 87,127,179
Burrell, Leroy 87
Butterfield, Timothy 192
Caldwell, Terry 107,117
Campbell, Carolyn 87,141
Cardoso, Maria 130,139,181
Carleton, Linda 87,159
Carlson, Kay 87
Carlton, Elaine 87,172
Camiack, David 95,117,180
Carpenter, Don 87
Carpentier, Becky 87,179
Carpentier, Todd 87
Carroll, Patty 87,180
Carss, Patsy 87,141,181
Casillas, Juliet 87,179
Catour, Penny 87,181,192
Caulkins, Nancy 87
Caulkins, Richards 180
Cave, Patricia 87
Chambers, Patricia 87
Clapp, Julie 87,159
Clark, Lonnie D. 87,180
Clark, Lynda 87,179
Clauw, JoAnn 87,181
Cleaves, Dennis 87,172
Colmark, Roger 87
Cook, Kenneth 87
Cook, Linda 87
Coram, Edward 87,122,123
Covemaker, Nancy 87,180
Cox, Diana 87,174
Cox, Wanda 87,159,180
Crawford, Robert 87,107
Criswell, Donna 87
Cummings, Cheryle 87
Cunningham, Evelyn 87,179
Curran, Garret 87
Daab, Donna 87
Daily, Gerald 87
Daniels, David 87
Daniels, Jackie 87
Daniels, Larry 88
Darby, James 88,181
Davis, Gary 88,180
Davis, Herman 88,181
Davis, Terry 88,181
Davidson, James 88,107,180
DeCastaker, Bonnie 88,159,180
DeCook, Janet 88
DeDoncher, Michael 88
Deem, David 88
DeGreve, Colin 88
DeLaere, Richard 115,181
Deblore, Bonnie 88
DeMarlie, Christine 88,159,161
Dennis, Richard 88,107,115
Deopere, David 88
DePaipe, Diane 88,180
DeShazier, Gary 87
DeVos, Alois 88,107,115
DeWulf, Richard 95,180
Dickey, Steve 88,143,172
Dickinson, Tom 88,117
Diedirick, Gaileen 88,179
Diericks, Linda 88
Dillow, Bonnie 181
Dixon, Marcella 88,180
Dobereiner, William 88,115
Dow, Christie 88,155
Downing, Darrell 88
Downing, Ted 88
Drake, Mary 88
Drayer, Nancy 88,143,172
Eckert, Twilight 88
Edelson, Richard 88
Ehlers, Art 88
Elders, Michael 88
Emmert, John 88,107
Engelkens, Karen 88,155
England, Susan 88,172
Evans, Louise 88
Felter, Janice 88
Ferreri, Lena 88,169,180
Ferris, Martha 88
Fiechter, Judith 88,161,180
Fields, Debby 88
Fillmer, Judith 88
Fleshman, Linda 88
Flynn, Gary 88,117,181
Foutch, Caroline 88,159,172
Fowler, Nanelle 88,181
Frary, Linda 88,159,172
Frazee, Nancy 88
Frederick, Honey 88
Freeman, Rawla 88,107,115
French, Louella 89,179
Frey, Donna 89,130,147,169,180
Freymann, Thomas 89
Fuller, Carol 89,179
Fuller, David 89
Fullerlove, Rosaland 89
Garcia, Thomasa 89,155
Gardner, William 89,169,180
Garner, Glenn 89
Garrett, Judith 94
Garrett, Judy 89,141
Garrison, Tom 87
Gartner, Linda 88,179
Giese, Frieda 89
Gilbert, Charlene 89,181
Gillespie, Dennis 89,107,115
Gilley, Jonnie 89
Gilmore, Christine 89,159,181
Glockhoff, Carolyn 89,159
Goderis, Raymond 89
Gomez, Martin 89
Gomez, William 95
Gonzales, Phillip 89
Goodin, Nancy 89
Goodrich, Donald 89
Granet, Diana 89,169
Griffith, Darlene 89,179
Griffith, Susan 89,159
Haegeman, Danelle 89
Patricia 1 8 1
Hainey, Bob 107
Hainy, Loyd 89,180
Hakemian, William 89
Halierg, Patricia 89
Hammond, Mike 89
Hammond, Robert 89,174
Harker, Suzanne 89
Harlan, Richard 89
Harrington, Charles 89
Haw, Carolyn 89,157,179
Hawley, Walter 89
Hawatee, Paul 89
Hayes, Edward 89,107,115
Haynie, Cynthia 89,127,161
Heinburger, Jean 89
Hemphill, Terry 89
Hennel, Ronald 89
Henrichs, Bill 89
Henry, John 89,181
Hemandez, Frank 90,107,115
Hemandez, Marty 107
Hemandez, Virginia 95,130
Herrera, Christine 90,172
Heston, Lawrence 90,174
Highnight, Jake 90
Hignight, Steve 90
Hipskind, Richard 90,154
Hoffmann, James 95,180
Hofseiter, Patricia 90,159,181
Hogan, Michael 90
Holden, Lyle 90,107
Horst, Steve 90
Hoston, Keith 172
Hott, Janice 90
Linda Ann 90,159,179
Hughes, Judy 90,159
Hunt, Linda 84,90,127,180
Hunter, Margaret 90,139,155
Hurt, Mary 90,179
Hutchison, Carol 91
Jackson, Roger 90,107,115
Jaecques, Kathy 90,130,180
Jeter, David Miller
Jewell, Shirley 90
Johanson, Roger 90,174
Johnson, Barry 90
Johnson, Charles 90
Johnson, Cynda 90
Johnson, David 90,174
Johnson, Gary 90,117
Johnson, John 90
Johnson, Kenneth 90,174
Johnson Marlin 90
Johnson: Mary 90,139
William 90 107
Jones, Ada June 90
Jones, Carl 90,107,115,172
Jones, Deana K. 90
Jones, Marvin 95,117
Jones, Sandra Jean 90
Kangas, Karen Ann 90,181
Kay, Paul 90,107,115,180
Keefer, Janet 90,179
Kelley, Robert 90
Kelley, Thomas 90
Kerckhove, Jean 91
Kem, Lawrence 91
Kester, Steve 91
King, Clark 91
King, Robert 91,115,180
Kinney, Michael 91,107,174
Kline, Barbara 95,179
Klogman, Bill 107
Knight, Robert 91,119
Knudson, Roger 91
Koenig, Susan 91,179
Kohrt, Loring 91
Komatar, Mary 91,139,181
Krogman, William 95,180
Kuebler, Jody 91,159
Lacefield, Hardin Frank 91
Laird, Tom 91,115,154
Lakner, Maria 91,181
Lamb, Linda Rae 91,180
Lamb, Sandra 91,180,181
Lampo, Margaret 91
Landuit, Timothy 91
Lane, Vivian 92,139,174
Larrison, Janet 91
Larrison, Sandra 91
Laurence, Charlotte 91,159,179
Leahy, James 91,107,181
Ledezma, Jess 91
Ledford, Adrian 91
Lerschen, Joe 91
Leslie, Curtis 95,180
arlene 91 ,172
Ligeno, Diane 91,125,175
Little, John 91
Littig, Don 91
Lockhart, Janice 91,139,159,181
Lodico, Sandra 91,161
Loding, Helen 91
Loding Pamela 91,179
Long, Steven 91
Longnecker, James 91,107,115,181
Lovested, Alan 91,154
Lundeen, Albert 91,107,180
Lundeen, Clifford 91,181
Lundeen, George 91,107,180
James 91 ,
Macils, Cynthia 91
Mahaffey, Linda 91,181
Malmstrom, Janet 91
Maloich, George 91 ,172
do, Phyllis 92,179
Martel, Max 107
Martin, Rene 92
Massa, Joan 92
Massa, Judy 92,161
Mathias, Jack 92,115,180
Means, Thomas 92,119
Meeske, Craig 92
Mekus, John 92
Mellinger, Raymond 92
Mest, Norman 92,115
Milburn, Barbara 92,172,179
Melburn, Dennis 92
Milem, Harvey James 92,180
Miller, Bonnie 92,161,180
Miller, Carol 92,179
Miller, Linda 92,181
Mital, Gary 92,107,172
Montieth, Nancy 92
Moreno, Carmel 92
Morgan, Susan Kay 92,180
Mosher, Nancy 92
Mueller, Genevieve 92
Mundt, Gary 92,107,117
Myers, William 92
MacCartney, Linda 92
McChurch, Tom 92,181
McCollum, Gordon 92
McCorkle, Betty 92,159,179
McDanel, George 92
McDanel, James 92
McDanel, Rosia 92
Mccivern, Karen 92
McKay, Sharon 92
McLemore, Marilyn 92,180
McMillin, Brad 92,107,124
McMillin, Janet 92,141,147,166,169,180
McMullen, Susan 92,159,180
McQuaide, Melvin 95,181
Natwick, Janice 92,174
Needham, Nancy 92,130
Neels, David 93
Nelson, Gregory 93,180
Neumann, Beth 84,93,161
Newborn, Pamela 93,139,179
Newingham, Arthur 93,l07,115,124
Newlon, Roger 93,107,169
Nichols, Michael 95
Nickell, Paul 93
Nordholm, Betty 93,159,161,181
Odenclahl, Kenny 93,180
O'Harrow, Leanna 93,125,159,169
Oliver, Linda 93
Orey, Don 93
Osbom, Carroll Sue 93,174
Overturf, Bonnie 93
Overturf, Jerry 93
Owen, Linda 93,159,174
Owens, Deucilla 93,180
Padget, Patricia 93,139,181
Page, Kay 93,159,161,180
Pankey, Larry 93,180
Pankey Sharry 93,181
Parker, James 93
Parry, Janice 93,180
Parson, Jerry 93
Partain, Elise 93
Paton, Judith 94,181
Paulson, Sheryl 93,179
Paytash, George 93,107,117
Pendleton, Gary 93
Penrod, Linda 93,181
Perry, Diana 93
Pettis, Jerry 93,107
Picon, Sharon 93,179
Pitzer, Robert 89,107
Plumb, Naomi 93,179
Potter, Leora 93,181
Powell, Adrianne 93,179
Prieto, Vincent 93,111,174
Quimby, Sandra 141 ,181
Ramirez, Carol 93,180
Rangel, Vincent 93,107,115
Rasmussen, Linda 93,180
Rasso, Alice 93
Rasso, Eleanor 181
Rasso, Michael 93,115
Raymie, Cheryl 93
Reger, George 93
Reiling, Gene 93
Reynolds, Charles 95
Reynolds, Chris 95
Roberts, Kathryn 93,179
Robinson, Darrill 93
Rockhold, Penny 179,180
Rodgers, Gary 93
Rodgers, Jerry 93,174
Rodgers, Larry 93
Roe, Darell 93,179
Roets, Gregory 93,107
Rogers, Roger 93,180
Ronnebeck, James 93
Rosenberger, Marylee 93,161,181
Ross, Maxine 93,180
Ruby, Regina 93,179
Rusk, Edward 93,107,117
Russell, Jacqueline 93
Russell, Vicki 93,159
Ryan, Linda 93,180
Ryker, Sheryl 93,181
Salmonson, Anita 93,147,181
Sanchez, Jeanie 93,179
Sapato, Cheryl 93,180
Sapp, Joyce 93
Sarginson, Patricia 93
Schafer, Gary 93
Schatteman, Eileen 93
Schatteman, Nancy 93,159,180
Scherrchel, Robert 93,181
Schersckel, Sandra 93,180
Schimers, Jack 93
Schoellermann, Marsha 93,159,181
Schrader, Jackie 93,143,159,172
Schultz, Ronald 93,107,115
Schutz, Beverly 93,180
Scott, Barbara 93,180
Scott, Phillip 94,172
Sedgwick, Emma 94,180
Seefeldt, Paulette 94
Seguta, Peter 94,107,115
Seibert, Robert 94
Setser, Connie 94,181
Shelton, Steve 93
Sheppard, Karen 94,181
Sherer, Connie 94
Shick, Karon 94,181
Shivers, John 94,180
Shock, James 94,180
Showalter, Robert 94,180
Shull, Joyce 94,179
Sierra, Joe 94,107,181
Sierra, Margaret 94,155,179
Simcox, Tim 94
Sipes, Debi 94, 161,166,169,180
Sitter, Linda 94,127,161
Skafidas, Alexis 94,159,181
Skelton, Helen 94,179
Sletten, Laurence 94,180
smith, George 94,117,172
Smith, James 107,115
Smith, John A. 94
Smith, John J. 94
Smith, Linda L. 94,181
Smith, Suzanne 94,180
Smith, Virgil 94,107
r, Terry 95,1 17,180
Sodeman, Sandra 94,180
Sovcinek, Joel 94,107
lo, Robert 94
Spitler, Jackie 94,117,174
St. John, Kenneth 94
Stafford, Glenn 94
Standefer, Jerry 94
Stanton, James 94,107,117
Stephens, William 94
Stickel, David 94,107
Stodeter, Ralph 94
Stogdell, Kenneth 94,115
Stonebumer, Don 94, 107
Strandgard, Linda 94,180
Stromer, Kay 139,154,181
Sullivan, Marilyn 94
Sullivan, Michael 94,117,180
Svec, Sandra 94,161,180
Swafford, William J. 94,107,115,172
Swanson, Connie D. 94
Sweat, Bonnie 94,179
Swift, Donna 94,169,181
Talbot, Jeane 94,169,179
Talley, Linda 94
Tank, Linda 94,159,181
Tapia, Raul 94
Tatman, Terry 94, 107,115,172
Taylor, Elizabeth 94
Taylor, Linda 94,181
Taylor, Robert 94
Teague, Emma 94,127,159,179
Terronez, Alvina 94,130,181
Terronez, Linda 94,130,181
Terronez, Olivia 94,161,179
Thompson, Grace 94
Thompson, Theresa 94,180
Thrasher, Michael 94,180
Tieman, Patricia 94,179
Timbrook, Peggy 94,174
Tinker, Mary Sue 94
Tisdale, Larry 94
Tobin, Kraig 91
Tolliver, Gail 94,159,180
Trego, Ralph 94,107,174
Tschopp, David 155,181
Turner, Howard 94
Tumer, James 94
Underwood, Nancy 94
Uzelad, Dennis 94,124
VanAusdall, Cheri 94,155,179
Vallejo, Rudy 94,107,115
VandeGeest, Virginia 94,159
VanderBeke, Larry 94,115,119,159,166
VanDeWalle, Richard 95
VanDeWoestyne, Dennis 95
VanDeWoestyne, Rosemarie 95,180
Van Hulle, Cheryl 95,180
Van Hulle, Kenneth 95
VanLanduyt, Albert 95
VanVliete, Jan 95
VanWassenhove, JoAnn 95
VanWassenhove, Linda 94
Veys, Linda 95,180
Veys, Lynn 95,179
Viager, Roger 95
Vickers, Sandra 95,180
Vogler, Jackie 95,107,115,180
Wadsager, Robert 95,180
Wainwright, Kenneth 95
Wala, Eric 95
Walton, Kenneth 95
Ward, Paul 95
Ware, Thomas 95
Warren, Rebecca Ann 95,127
Warren, Sherry 95
Watson, Sharon 95,141,161,169,172
Way, Leah Ann 95,172
Weaver, Richard 95,180
Weekly, Kathleen 95,180
Weinert, Dixie 95
Weinert, Joseyh 95
Wells, Douglas 95,154
Wells, Paul 95
Wendt, Charles 95,107,180
Wenke, Elinor 95,159,180
West, Lesley 95,174
Westbrook, Brenda 9-5,155,159,180
Westerlund, Donald 95,130
Westervelt, Ronald 95,115
Whuler, Thomas 95
Whitcanack, Debbie 95
White, Edward 95,115,122,123
White, Larry 95,11-5,122,123
Whittington, Sharon 95,172
Wierenga, Dale 95,172
Wilkens, George 95
Wilkinson, Steve 95
Willems, Carol 95,181
Williams, Sherry 95,174
Wilson, James 84,95,115,166,169,180
Witherspoon, Kent 95,119,172
Woner, Cheryl 95,174
Wood, Larry 95
Woodrow, Darinda Marie 95
Wren, Marvin Dean 95
Wright, Charlotte 95,181
Wyant, William Douglass 95
Yadon, Dale 95,107,117
Yates, Jenny 95
Zack, Jcrrilynn 95,180
Ziegler, John 95,172
Zimmerman, Alan 95,124
Zora, Richard 95,115
Abbitt, Jerald D. 74,154
Abbott, David 74,181
Abbott, John 74,181
Adams, Mike 74,119,133
Agnew, Kathy 74,126,158,161,169
Allen, Jack 74
Allen, Jim 74
Allen, William 74
Allison, Richard 74,106,181
Anders, Linda 74,180
Anderson, Donna 74,158
Anderson, Judy 74,172,178
Anderson, William 74
Andon, Ronnie 74,106,114
Andress, Thomas 74,122,123,150,172
Ashdown, Donna 74,178,181
Ashtown, Patricia 74
Aten, Georgia 74,139,158,161,180
Baker, Henrietta 74,181
Baker, Ronald 74
Ballard, Brian 74,106
Barber, Virginia 74,139
Bare, Mike 74,114
Barr, Kathryn 74
Barry, Delores 74,155,158,180,186
Baton, Tom 74
Beaudry, Beverly 74,155,158
Bebout, Ronald 74
Becerril, Audrey 74
Beeson, Cathy 74
Bell, Betty 74,158,179
Belman, Richard 74,106
Benner, Walter 83
Benson, Donald 74
Bert, David 74,172
Bevelheimer, Rhaelea 74,158,179
Bickford, Jayne 83
Billings, Shirley 74
Blades, Lynn 74
Boarts, Dennis 74
Bobb, Sandra 74,133,143,158,161,180
Bone, Jimmy 74
Boss, Patricia 74
Boss, Ronald 74
Bowen, Darla 74,178
Bowker, Gwendolyn 83
Bowker, Sandra 74,179,181
Bray, Robert 74,106,114,143
Bressman, Robert 74,114,150
Brown, Beverly 75,181
Brundrett, Marie 179
Buckley, Nancy 75,136,147,155,158,
Buckley, William 75,133,172
Bureski, Toni 75,158,172
Buser, Cheryl 75, 158
Buss, Stephen 75,133,145,181
Cady, James 75
Cady, Sharon 75,139,178
Call, Floyd Um 75,116,181
Carlson, Curtis 75,117,181
Carlton, Don 75,106
Cannichael, Sandy 7-5,141,158,179
Carr, Robert 75,181
Carter, Donna 75,178
Casellas, Sandra 75,158,178
Cass, Allan 75
Cattoir, Al 75,133,172
Cervantes, Richard 181
Chapman, Randy 75,145,181
Cheesman, James 75,181
Christensen, Gary 75,133
Chuich, Bill 75,180
Clark, Mikael 75
Clark, Sharon 75
Coleman, Jerry 75,181
Collier, Jeralyn 75
Collins, David 75
Cord, VVilliam 75
Corley, Diana 33,75,143,178
Covemaker, Donald 75,181
Cox, Thomas 83,106
Coykendall, John 75,172
Cramblett, Sue 75,141,158,180
Crider, Gary 75
Cronin, Robert 75,181
Cruse, Gerry 75
Cruz, Charles 83,180
Cullen, Jane 75
Cutler, Linda 75,154,155,180
Daab, Diane 75
Daffara, JoAnn 75,139,145,158,178
Daggett, Evelyn 75,158
Dahm, Jean 75,158,178
Dale, Sherrill 75
Daly, John 75,124,145
Decker, Sandra 75,158
DeGreve, Gary 75,114
DeMay, Robert 75,124
DeMoss, Charles 75,181
Denys, Sue 75,141
De-Waele, Joseph 75
DeWitt, Barbara 76
Dhooge, Kenneth 76
Dillon, Jacki 76
Doberiner, Cheryl 76,155,158,161,178
Dobrinske, Linda 76,178
Downing, Mike 76,180,181
Dubuisson, Mike 76,106,114
Duffee, Larry 76,106,119
Duke, Tom 76,106,116,1l9
Dauham, Gary 76,181
Dusch, Kent 76
Dyer, James 76,181
Edmunds, Cheryl 76,172
Hart, Jeanette 77,124,126,133,147,
Hart, Randi 77,158
Hawkins, Sheryl 83,158,179
Hawthome, Dwain 77,117,181
Hemphill, Sandra 77
Hemphill, Sharon 77
Hermes, Gail 77,145,158,192
Hernandez, Jim 77,106
Hemandez, Mary 77,141,155
Hilberg, Paul 83
Hill, Michael 77,181
Hill, Shirley 77
Hillyer, Gerald 77,181
Hipkins, Ronald 77
Holden, Gwendolyn 77,180
Holmes, Jenny 77,139,172
Hook, Lyla 77,178
Hostens, Ed 77
, Phyllis 77,145,155,158
Huff, Janice 77,181
Hufford, Larry 77
Huggins, Victoria 77,158,180
, Jackie 77
Hunter, Laura 77,154,180
Immesoete, Suzanne 77,158,178
Isais, Gloria 158,178
Jackson, Nadine 77
Jallo, Terrance 77
ki, Marcel 77
Johnson, David 83,119
Johnson, Michael 78,181
Johnson, Nancy 78,141
Johnson, Rita 78,178
Johnson, Ronald 78
Johnson, Ronita 78,158,161,178
Jones, Earl 106,145
Jones, Marvin 78
Jones, Mary 78,180
Jones, Sandy 78,180
Jones, Sharon 78
Kallman, Tom 83,106,119
Eliopelos, Karen 76,158
Ellis, Robert 76,106
Emmert, Peggy 76,139,158,181
England, Don 76,172
Estes, Gloria 76,181
Evans, Tayna 76,181
Fawks, Pat 76
Ferguson, Beverly 76,154,158
Ferguson, Daniel 76,106,114,181
Fetterer, Leo 76,154
Fish, Michael 76,154,172
Flowers, Van 76
Fonger, Robert 76
Forbes, William 76, 181
Ford, Connie 76,179
Forret, Betty 76,158
Foutch, Tim 76,175,181
Frazee, Dennis 76
Fredericks, Barbara 76
Freebern, Jane 76,139,155,158
Fritz, Carol 76,158,172
Fulscher, Margaret 76,145
Fulton, Diana 76,180
Gabriel, Thomas 83
Gargano, Sue 76
Gatlin, Kater 76,180
Gause, Trudy 76,158,166,169,172
Gebbardt, Edward 76
Gelande, Barbara 76,145,158,169
Gelande, Chuck 76,181
Gerlacb, Joyce 76,139,158,180
Gillespie, Patrick 76,169
Clendon: Jeff 83,106,166,169,181
Kannenberg, Michael 78,106
Kasten, Linda 78,145,178
Kaufman, Delma 78
Kane, Sheldon 78,106
Kelly, Sharon 78,141
Kerschieter, Regina 78,141
Kicksey, Paul 78
King, James 78,172
Kennamion, Judith 78,180
Kirkpatrick, Larry 78
Kivisto, Ernest 78,114,122,123
Knott, Allen 78,106,108,109,112,113
Knox, Linda 78,145,158
Koker, Kathelen 78,172,175
Kraklow, Francis D. 78
Kundret, Mary Lou 78,133,139,181
Kusy, Lynn 78,133,172
Laity, Nancy 78,158,178
Lanpo, Richard 78,133,172
Land, Roger 78
La Porte, Barbara 78,178
LaReau, Clairissa 78,181
Larson, Roberta C. 78
Larson, Ward 78,119
Laud, Kenneth Lee 78
Lavine, Betty 78,141,158
Leader, Wayne 78,154
Lee, Margie 78,133,158,161,172
Lee, Sharon 78
Leland, Dale 78,145
Lemkau, Robert 78
Levrau, Danny 78
Lewis, June 78,155,158,180
Lewis, Nancy 78
Liedtke, Judith 78,158,179
Graham, Rosemary 77,139,179
Granell, Larry 77,181
Granet, Gail 77,125,158
Greb, Larry 77
Green, Garry 77,181
Green, Jeff 83
Green, Larry 77,181
Gremonprez, Helen 77,178
Gross, John 77,117
Gustaf, David 77
Haber, Pam 77,139,l58,l72,175
Hall, Margaret 77,172
Halse, Clair 83
Handley, Jack 83
Hanna, Marsha 77,139,141,180
Hansen, Pam 77,178
Harmon, Della 77
Harmon, Thomas 77
Harris, Gary 77,106
Liggett, Ruth 78,141,179
Lindstrom, John E. 78,154
Lingner, Bonnie 78,133,145,155,158,161
Lodico, James 78,106,119
Long, Sharon 78
Longnecker, Pat 78,178
s, Anthony 79,181
Lundeen, Carol 79,141
Mahaffey, Ron 79,122,123,150,181
Malstrom, Dale 79
Maring, Don 79,117,122,123
Martin, Samella 91
Martin, Mary 79,155
Martin, Peggy 79,141,180
Martinez, Nicolas 79
Marx, Mike 79
Massa, James 79
Mastalerz, Lilli 79,158,172
Mattan, William 79,118,181
May, Loreen 79,178
McBride, Gary 79
McCaw, Jerry 83
McCoy, Jean 79
McCoy, Ruth 79,179
McDaniel, Jim ,79,180
McKay, Richard 79,181
McLane, Marsha 79,139,158,172,175
McLaughlin, Bill 79
McLaughlin, Cecilia 79,141,178,192
McLean, Belva 79,180
McLemore, Leon 79,106,180
McTigue, Bob 79
Melvin, Judith 79,155,158,178,186
Meyers, Betty 79,172
Ross, Geraldine 81,155,158,178
Roth, Karen 81,155,178
Rowlands, Roberta 81,133,155,181,192
Russell, Sheryl 81,158
Sainer, William 81
Sanders, Joyce 81,179
Schaefer, Joyce 81
Schlueter, Carl 81
Schreiner, Cynthia 81,139,158,178
Scott, Elizabeth 139,172
Scott, Mildred 81,141,158,179
Scott, Steven 81
Senn, Gary 81
Sens, Harold 81,106,181
Serres, Melody 81,139
Shaber, Diana 81,158,161,169
Shock, Dennis 81,106
Shrum, Allen 81
Meyers, Julius 79,106,155
Miller, Cheryl 79,139,158
Miller, Harold 79
Miller, Jim 79
Miller, Judith 79,158
Miller, Judy 79,139,155,178,180,
Miller, Karen 79
Miller, Marilyn 79,158,178
r, James 79,106
Mills, Walter 79
Mitton, Carol 79
Morgan, Sharon 79,179
Morris, Jacqueline 79,172
Morris, Laura 79
Mueller, Ray 79
Mulligan, Pat 80,158,166
Munos, Richard 80
Murphy, Bonita 80,141,155,158,181
Murphy, Michael 80
Murphy, Pamela 80,141
Neaveill, Judy 80,181
Shull, David 81
Sides, Wayne 81
Siena, Jim 81,106
Sierra, Paul 81,106
Sigler, Lawrence 81
Simmons, Mary 81,133,143,180
Simoens, Larry 81,154
Simonich, Mary 81,161
Sisk, Christine 81
Skinner, Delphia 81,178
Skinner, John 81,181
Small, Sharon 81,180
Smet, Pat 81
Smith, Donald 81
Smith, Larry 81
Smith, Randy 83
Smith, Ronnie 81,106
Smith, Terry 81,181
r, Larry 81
Spencer, William 81
Stanton, Gerald 81,106,117
Stephens, Ronnie 81,154
Stilwell, Joyce 82
Stopoulos, Chris 82,126,155,158,161,169
Needham, Dennis 80,133,181
Nelson, Barbara 80,133,143,178
Newkirk, Gary 80
Newlon, Cheryl 80,126,158,161,166,179
Nixon, Janet 80,178
Norin, Linda 80,158,181
Oakman, Jana 80,155,158,178
Oltman, Charles 80
Ortiz, Andrew 106,180
Osboume, Carole 80,174,179
Ostrom, Ronnie 80,106
Owens, Linda 80,158,174,178
Parker, Robert 80
Patterson, Dorothy 80, 158,181
Patterson, Ellen 80
Paxton, Richard 80
Payne, Judy 83,141
Payne, Melvin 80
Pendleton, Ron 80
Perkins, Bob 80,106
Perry, Keith 80
Petersen, Sue 80
Peterson, Bill 80
Peterson, Delpha 83
Peterson, Suzanne 80
Pettis, Ronald 80,106,181
Peve, Curtis 83
Poelvoorde, Pat 83
Potter, Joyce 80
Probizanski, Jim 80
Puckett, James 80
Putz, Mary 80,178
Radovich, Carol 80,145,158,178,186
Ramirez, George 80
Ramirez, Victoria 80,141
Rangel, Rodolfo 80,130
Rasso, Margaret 80
Rayburn, Lawrence 80
Rexroth, Thomas 80
Rice, Annette 83
Rickey, Jeanne 80,158,178
Rieger, Kenneth 80
Ripka, Janice 80,145,155,178
Roach, Judy 80,141,158,179
Robe, Dale 80,106
Roberson, Gary 80
Robertson, Gary 83
Robertson, Howard 81
Robinson, Diane 81,145,158
Rockhold, April 81
Rodgers, Darlene 81
Roete, Dave 81
Ronnebeck, Charles 81
Rosczyk, Joanne 81,133,143,145,178
Roselle, Darlene 81
Roseman, JoAnn 81
Strang, Richard 82,119,l54,172
Sullivan, Barbara 83,130,180
Sunken, Raymond 82,181
Suss, Kieth 82
Swails, Sharon 82,133,139,155,158
Swanson, Dennis 82
Swanson, Karen 82
Swanson, Sherida 82
Sweat, Ronald 82,162
Swemline, Marilyn 82
Tate, Pam 82,158,166,168,169,178,186
Taylor, Gary 83
Taylor, Catherine 82,180
Teager, Ron 82,154
Terronez, Celia 82,172
Terronez, Maria 82,179
Thoman, Linda 82,133,145,158,172
Thomas, James 82
Thompson, Rodger 82,154
Thompson, Sharon 82
Thompson, Tyrency 82,158,179
Timbrook, Henry 82,122,123,150
Tinker, Janet 82
Trask, Linda 82,158,178
Treftz, Mary 82,180
Trotter, Glenda 82
Trout, LeRoy 82,106,172
Turner, Sharon 82,141,158,179
Ullrich, Connie 82,158,181
Uphold, Bill 82
Vaccaro, Judy 82,141,158,161,169,178
Vallee, Donna 82,158
Van Buskirk, Gladys 82
VanDeventer, Lawrence 82,154
VanDyke, Bob 82
VanHulle, Carol 82,158,178
VanNorway, Kathryn 82
VanQuathem, James 82,114,122,123
VanRycke, Patricia 82
VanVoltenBurg, Janice 82,141,158
VanWassenhove, Philip 82,106
Vendl, Karen 82,158
VerBeke, Steve 82
Versluys, Donald 83,106
Via, Vicki 82
Vickers, Rick 82,106,114
Vickers, Sharon 82
Vogelsang, Gary 82,106,181
Vogler, Gale 106
Waddell, Betty 158
Walker, Suzette 82
Walters, Judy 158
Walton, DeEtta 83,158
Walton, Samuel 83,181
Ward, Rick 83,181
Weber, William 83
Weinert, Betty 83,141,145,179
West, David 83,112,123,150
Westbrook, LaJune 83,158,180
Wheeler, Donna 83,180
Wheeler, Larry 83
Wiedmann, Carolyn 83
Willard, Jess 83
Wilson, Ruby 83,126,178
Wilson, Vivian 147,158,161,178
Winkelbauer, Donald 83,181
Wirt, Phyllis 83,130,180
Wolfe, Heather 83,158,179
Wood, John 83,106,117
Woods, Alice 83,155,158,179
Wray, Richard 83
Wright, Barbara 83,139,178
York, Gregory 83,106,114
Young, Wanda 83,155,179
Zoro, Bill 106,1 14,145,150,172
Agnew, Bob 64,119,150
Akers, Linda 64,172,185
Allen, Wayne 64
Allison, Ronald 64
Amonette, Judy 64
Amos, Pat 64,178
Anderson, Danny 64
Anderson, Lynda 64,157,178
Antolik, Norman 64,120
Armstrong, Jerry 64,100,102,103,150
Arvanis, Sandra 64
Asher, Karen 64
Asmus, Loralee 64,157,176
Baher, Roberta 64,178
Badgley, James Daniels 64,156
Beeks, Lois 64
Beldin, Lynne 64,130,176
Benson, Deanna 64,157,176
Berghault, Jan 64,157,168,172
Berghault, Varla 62,64,139,144,160,
Bessee, Bill 64
Bettis, James 64,122,123,156
Blair, Donna 178
Blashack, Daniel 64,156
Blashack, Sharon 64,130,178
Blunke, John 64,100,120,150
Bobb, Susan 64,134,139
Boles, Keith 64,182,172
Bostwick, Steven 64
Bottorff, Harry 134,198,199
Bousselot, Robert C. 62,64
Boxmann, Orene 157
Boyd, Jacqueline 64,157,178
Brassfield, Kenneth 64,179
Brereton, Alice 64,178
Brewer, Marilyn 64
Brown, Marcia 64,120,178,185,186
Bureski, Marlene 64,144,157,172,185
Burggraf, Janet 135
Buser, Don 64,120
Buyck, Gerald 64,70
Cabor, Dennis 64,176
Call, Shirley 64
Calvert, Sandra 64,157,168,178
Campbell, Ron 64
Campbell, Sharon 64,147,157
Carlton, Barbara 64,140,190,204
Carruthers, Danny 64, 100,120,150
Cass, Dave 64
Cervantes, Mary 64,178
Chapman, Gary 64,100
Chapman, Phillip 64
Christensen, George 64
Chuich, Cathy 64,13-4,179,191,193
Chuich, Gary 64,120
Clark, Eddie 64
Conover, Bob 64
Cook, Danny 156
Cook, Jerry Lee 65
Cordell, Clifford 65
Cox, John 65,168,176
Cruser, Vicki 65,131,160,178,199
Cuoco, Yvonne 65,178
Curry, Keith 65,104,150
Daggett, Brenda 197
Dany, Michael 65,176
Darlin, Cherie 178
Davidson, Gary 65,100,156
DeGrande, Sandra 65,197,198
Dejaeger, Diane 65,130,l78,184,197
DeMont, Dwight 65,116
Denys, Barbara 65,140,191,192,197
Dergo, Diane 65,178
Detherage, James 55
Diederick, Dave 65,120,121
Diericks, Catherine 65
Dinnewith, Rene 176
Downing, Shirley 65
Edwards, Monica 65,178
Eggleston, Carol 65
England, Charles 65,172,175
Evans, Judy 65
Fender, David 65
Ferreri, Carlo 65,70,119,144,176,209
Frary, Kennith 65
Frenell, Ron 65
Fritz, Michael 65,156
Fuller, Jim 65,132,176
Fulscher, Leslie 65,144
Gager, Larry 65
Garcia, Josephine 65
Gargano, Richard 65
Gamer, Dennis 65,156
Gavin, Marcia 65,190,192,203
Gillis, George 65
Glynn, Cherlynn 65
Gober, Carlex 65,124,134,150
Godsey, David 65,179
Goering, Judy 65,178
, Janice 62,65,178,184
, Jerry 65,176
, Robert 65,150,156
Grant, Ruth 65,172
Gremonprez, Karen 65,178
Griffin, Dennis 62,65,108,166,177
Guerrero, Delores 65,178
Guerrero, Ruben 65,130,160,176
Guild, Joanne 65,1-30,142,178
Guinn, Eddie 66,117
Gust, Tom 66
Gutherie, Linda 66,157
Gutherie Pat 66,178
Hagelin, Dave 66
Hahn, Bill 100,150
Hailey, Phyllis 66,157
Halferty, Elaine 66,178
Hamerick, Billie 66,178
Hanneman, Dennis 66,120,121
Hanson, Brad 66,100,187,199
Hauman, Bob 66,100,120,150
Hawkes, John 66
Hayes, Max 66
Hefflin, Craig 119
Hibemik, Patricia 66,176
Hicks, John 66,134,179
Hill, Judy 66,178
Hintze, Terri 66,140,157
Hirst, Rosalie 66,176
Hoefflin, Craig 66,150
Hokinson, Bruce 66,176
Hood, Ralph 66,188
Hopkins, Russell 66,108,172
Hom, Sandra 66,178
Huff, Linda 66,197
Hufford, Gary 66
Hull, Peter 66,132,176,184
Hunt, Nancy 66,178
Ingersol, Dennis 66
Jahn, Karen 86,178
Jarvis, Howard 67
Johnson, Carol 66
Johnson, Gary 66,119,150
Jones, Edna Mae 66,155,178
Jones, Elanor 66
Jones, Gary 66
Jones, Joe Lee 66
Kappas, Carolyn 66,13l,144,168,176
Keehn, William 66,132,134,198
Kerschiefter, Dennis 66,100,108
Kershaw, Amold 66
Kettering, Scott 66,132,142,144
Killian, Larry 66,176
Kittrell, Bobbie 66,100
Kline, Randy 66,156
Knight, Connie 66,157
Krack, Ray 66,120,142
Krantz, Thomas 66
Lakner, Kathy 66
Lancaster, Mary Jo 66,176
Lane, Herbert 66
Lane, Ronald 66,117,172
Lang, Virginia 66,178
Larson, Gary 66
Lawrence, Bemice 66,178
Lee, Gray 66,150
Lee, Steve 66,156
Lemaster, James 67
Leone, Alvin 67,132,192
Lewis, Don 67
Licko, Bonnie 67,130,157
Ligino, Michael 67,100,103,108,150
Lindstrom, Patricia 67,132,139
Lohse, Allen 67,156
Lopez, Pomposa 67,155,176
Lundahl, George 67
Lydon, Jerry 67
Lyons, Scott 67,122,123,135,150,153
Mahn, Cathy 67,209
Malaney, Mary 67,178
Maring, Benjamin 117,176
Martel, Andy 134,179
Martin, Colleen 67,178
Martin, Martha 67,176
Mattson, Darrel 67,100,117
McCaw, Larry 67,172
McCreight, Bob 67,132,153,166,168,
McKay, Curtis 67,132,135,142,160,
McKay, Sue 67,191,193
McKeaige, James 67,172
McKee, Jim 67,100
McLean, Jim 67,117,179
Mink, Jan 178
Mital, Don 67,172
Mitchell, Mark 67,156
Mitton, Patricia 67
Mix, Tom 67,156
Mohr, Gary 67
Moline, Carole 67,140,157,178
Moore, James 23,67,120,122
Morris, Sandra 67,172
Motzer, Warren 67,156
Moyers, Bennie 67
Moyers, Ray 67
Murphy, George 67
Murphy, Judy 67,176
Murphy, Richard 67
Murphy, Ruth 67,178
Murphy, Shirley 67
Murray, Donald 67
Myers, John 67
Natwick, Larry 67,172
Nelson, Danny 67,176
Nelson, Stanley 67
Neumann, Lynn 67
Newberg, Bemadine 67,178
Newvwrg, Cheryl 67,157
Nickell, Wendy 67
Neckerson, Kathy 67,100,178
Ochs, Paul 67
Ohlsen, Margo 67,130,157,178
Oliphant, Lee 100,117
Olvera, Jack O. 67
Ortiz, Rita 68,178
Ovens, Richard 68,116,124,144,160
Owens, Melvin 68,100
Owens, Ronald 68,100,101,102,103
Owens, Ann 68
Paasch, Richard 68,100,150,168,170
Paller, Fred 68
Pankey, Don 68,120,122,123
Pankey, Kenny 68,179
Parr, George 68,130,179
Passno, Carol 68
Pastunak, Janet 68,178
Paxton, Gary 68
Pendleton, Donna 68
Peterson, Robert 68
Peterson, Shirley 68
Pippert, John 68,156
Pitts, Grace 68
Platt, Mark 68,172
Polich, Mike 68,131,132,142,160,172,
Polich, Sharon 68,147,157,160,178,196,
Powell, Larry 68,156
Prieto, Angela 178
Rahn, Sharon 68,178
Ramirez, Martina 68
Ramos, Mary 68,178
Randolph, Bill 68
Rangel, Bemard 68,116,118,122,123,150
Redmond, Barbara 68
Redman, Richard 68,176
Reveal, Virginia 68,172
Rice, Ivan 68
Rinden, David 68,124,150,172,198
Robertson, Marilyn 68,178
Rodgers, Flourence 68
Rohren, Carolyn 68,178
Roman, Sandra 68,183,199
Rusch, Randell 68
Rusk, Carl 68,100
Rusk, Dennis 68,100,101,102,103,
Rusk, Rex 68
Russell, Rita 68
Rylander, Roger 68
Sainer, Dorothy 68,131
Salisbury, Cedric 68,70,186
Sandoval, Mike 68,100,150
Sauser, Mary 68,178
Schafer, Nancy 68,178
Schatteman, Carol 68
Schatteman, Claris 68
Schmidt, Wilfred Jr. 68,132,134,160,
Schneider, Ronald 68,100,108,150
Schoonover, Mary 68
Seidlitz, Sandra 68
Setser, Marsha 68,172,192
Sheehan, Jerry 68
Shelton, Pete 68
Sherer, Gary 69
Sierra, Lupe 69,178
Sinclair, Jack 69
Skafidas, Frank 69
Skelton, Mary 69,132,186,191,193
Skillett, Dick 69,130,179
Slath, Tamara 69,176
Smith, Geraldine 69
Smith, Dianne 69,157,176,184
Smith, Robert 68
Sodeman, Doug 69,156
Soncinck, Larry 69
Stahl, Carolyn 69,178
Stanton, Judy 69,172,197
Starr, Richard 69
Stepp, Ruth 69,146,157,178,197,
Stewart, Doyle 69
Stewart, Bill 69,156
Stiwell, Betty 69
Stipp, Linda 69,178
Stockton, Rosemary 69,157,176
Stoneking, Barabara 69,198
Stotts, John 69,100,179
Stulir, Dennis 69,156
Sullivan, David 69,160,176,197
Sullivan, Michael 69
Sutliff, Lewis 69
Sutton, Gary 69,100,120,150,156
Sweet, Lawrence 69,100,150
Taylor, Donna 69
Taylor, Robert 69,100,102,108,113,172
Thissen, Richard 69
Thompson, Anna 69
Thompson, Aten 69,156
Thompson, Connie 69
Tilberg, Larry 69,100,156
Tinker, Linda 69,178
Trout, Michael 69,172
Tsakanikas, Roseanne 69,144
Tumer, Ardis 69,178
Vallejo, Virginia 69,178
VanHecke, Cathy 69,120,176
VanKlavern, Terry 69
Van Quathem, Bob 69,108,111,112,120,
VanRycke, Rosemary 69,178
Vemiulen, Raymond 69,104,120,134,150
Vershaw, Tom 69,100
Versypt, John 69,156
Wadsager, Pat 71,172
Wallace, Judy 71,157,176
Ward, Eugene 71
Ware, Sandra 71,178
Weaver, Gerald 71
Weems, John 71
Weideman, Donald 71
Weissmann, Fred 71
Wells, Dianne 71
Wendell, Sandy 70,71,147,157,160,176
Whipple, Jere 71,125,135,147,160,168,
Whipple, Ron 71
Wilcox, Shirley 71,178
Wilson, Delbert 71,172
Wise, David 71
Wissbaum, Frances 157,176
Wood, Melanie 71,135,190,203
Wood, Dennis 71
Ybarra, Joe 71,120
Yuskis John 71
Zalewski, Keith 71
Achilles, Suzanne 32,131,146,168
Allbritton, Marcella 32,157
Allison, Janice 32
Allison, Judith 32
Ammerman, Frank 32
Anderson, Gary 32,156
Anderson, Janet 32
Anderson, Richard 32,116
Anderson, Terry 32,120,153
Ash, Robert Duane 32,45,100,101,
Athorp, Craig 32,52,191,194,203
Ballard, Kathy 32,179
Bazor, Dan 32
Bazor, Judith 32
Beale, LaVeme 32
Bealer, Richard 32,100
Beard, Sally 32,131
Beasley, Lee 32
Beaudry, Marilyn 32,139
Bebout, Kay 32,131,157
Belman, Rose Ann 32,146,155,232
Benedict, Frank 30,31,32,50,102,104,
Bergstrand, James 31,32,144,232
Berthoud, Donald 32,136
Betcher, John 34
Blanchard, Paul 34,179
Bloomberg, Joylin 34,132,146,157,
Boarts, Rita 34
Bobb, Geraldine 34,146,157,160,179
Bowers, James 34,120,l22,123,150,197
Bowman, Kenneth 34
Breeden, Marilyn 34,176
Brewer, Jerry 34,156
Brooke, Kent 34
Brown, Sharon 34,140,146,179
Brundrett, James 35
Bulen, Sue 34,l32,135,142
Burrell, Mansel 35
Burrell, Robert 35,100,116,150
Buss, Charlyn 31,35,132,142,157,160,
Gabor, Donald 35
Caldwell, Russell 35
Canatsey, Dean 35 '
Cant, Karen 35,139,146,157,160,165,
Claus, Michael 35
Colvin, Charlene 35,146
Cook, Dixie 35,59,157,176,187
Courtney, Thomas 36,156
Coward, William 36,197
Craig, Linda 36
Crawford, Ellen 36,51,57,146,153,157,
Cremeens, DeWayne 36,116
Crouch, Jesse 36
Damm, Gary 36
Daniels, Sharon 36
Davis, Anna 36
Davis, Eileen 36,176
Dean, James 36,156
DeCapp, Mary 37,146,176
DeJaegher, Pat 37
Delles, Vemon 37,136
DePaepe, Larry 136
Dc-Porter, Greg 37,120,153,154
Dergo, Deborah 37
Dehocker, Jean 30,37,45,146,157,165,
Duhuisson, Mary 37,160
Duff, Julie 37,132,139,146,157,179,232
Duff, Karen 31,37,157,232
Duncan, Lloyd 37
Dunham, Bradley 31,37,122,123,1-35,
Elias, Milton 37,104,150
Emmert, Gary 38
Emmert, Robert 38
Entrikin, Neil 38
Erickson, Jeanette 38
Evans, Janet 38,179
Evans, Joan 38
Fairman, William 38
Fender, Barbara 34,38,45,157,164,165,
Ferguson, David 38,130,160,176
Fillmer, Gary 38
Finley, Larry 31,35,38,l04,144,150,
Fish, Shirley 38
Fitzgerald, Carolyn 38,146,157
Fletcher, Alfred 39
Flowers, Alice 39,131,146,157
Flowers, Colleen 39,146,157,179
Fox, William 39
Francis, Richard 39,130
Fuller, Roger 39
Fulscher, George 39
Gager, Betty 5,39,183,185,186
Garcia, Joe 39,136
Garrett, Steven 39
Gartner, Archie 39,100,150,157
Gauker, Sandra 39,179
Gause, Ann 40,41,45,140,157,16O,
Getty, Lawrence 40
Glenn, Harold 40
Goethals, Kathleen 40,45,140,146,157,
Gooding, Alan 40
Goodwin, Sally 40,45,51,146,153,
Gotheridge, Richard 40
Graham, Phillip 40
Gra.net, Karen 40,144
Graver, William 40
Green, Donna 40,157,176
Guinn, George 41
Gulderpfenning, Lee 41
Haigh, Robert 41
Hall, Kenneth 41,156,176
Hamerlinck, Gayle 5,40,45,146,157,165,
Hamrick, Sherian 41,146
Hantz, Jimmie 41,117,176
Hantz, Stanley 41,136
Harker, Gloria 41,157
Harrison, Janet 41,146,157,176,177,188
Heald, Sharon 41,176
Heist, Sharon 41,179
Hemphill, John 42,156,176
Hernandez, Joseph 42
Herrera, Anna 42,131,146,155,160
Hill, Nancy 42
Hill, Patricia 42,132,139,144,146,232
Hoepfner, Donna 42
Hoffmeier, Gary 42,156
Homan, Nancy 42,157,179
Hook, Sheryl 42,131,179
Hostens, Lynne 42,146,157
Howell, Otis 42
Hoyle, Barbara 42,131,179
Hudak, Virginia 43,157,179
Huggins, Paula 43,l46,157,l76
Hunt, Donald 43,154,192
Hurd, John 43,45,100,101,108,109,110,
Irwin, Marvin 43
Ishmael, Diane 43
Issa, Helen 43,135,179
I ' ,
Johnston, Shirley 44
Kaskadden, Karen 44,176
Kastner, Phillip 44
Kelley, Carol 44,45,130,146,153,160,
Kelley, Marjorie 44,157
Kenney, George 44,136
Kilts, Robert 44
Kincaid, Ruth 44,142,146
Kipp, Gerald 44,100,120,150,176
Kirklin, Arthur 44
Klee, Juergen 38,44,63,144,145,166,
Korthals, Dixie 45
Kraklow, Alice 45
Kundert, George 45
Kunkle, Sharon 45
Lange, David 45,104,142
Lange, Howard 45,120,122,123,144,150
Larrison, Joanne 45
Laud, Constance 45
Leahy, Sheila 45,124,146,190,202,
Lee, Sandra 45,179
Leedom, Larry 45,136
Leight, Linda 45
Lemkau, Dennis 46
Leonhard, Donald 46,100,153,154
Lewis, Karen 46,146,179,201
Ligeno, Louis 46,100,150,153
Lindley, Janet 45
Lingafelter, Dennis 46
Lopez, Theresa 46,232
Lundeen, Andrea 46,50,132,146,153,
Madden, Sherrie 46
Maranville, Thomas 46,108,120,122,
McCoy, Janet 46
McLane, Sue 46,176
McLaughlin, Betty 46,157
McLean, Thomas 47,179
Milbum, Robert 47,130
Millen, Margene 47,57,197
Miller, Donald 45,47,150,153,158,
Miller, Ervin 47
Miller, Margie 47
Miller, Mary 47,140
Miller, Melvin 47
Miller, Roger 47,153,176
Mindham, Stephen 47
Mitcham, Gloria 48,146
Moeller, John 48,136
Montieth, Robert 48
Morgan, Jack 31,48,124,232
Mumma, Brian 48,100,108,109,111,
Myers, Steven 47
Neal, Sandra 48
Neels, John 48
Neff, Sandra 48,139,150,184
Nelson, Alice 5,48,142,153,183,185,
Nelson, Larry 48,124,150,176
Newingham, Linda 48,176,232
Neyt, Linda 48,146,179
Nixon, Rita 49,146,152,179
Nordholm, Vala 49,140,146,179
Ohlsen, Priscilla 49,146,157,188
OlKl0ck, Max 23,49,100,156
Paasch, Earl 30,31,45,49,100,101,116,
Paller, James 49
Parry, David 49,100,150,188
Paytash, Joann 49,139,146
Perez, Mary 49,135
Peterson, Linda 49
Peterson, Willard 49
Peve, Garold 31,45,49,100,102,116,150
Phelps, Carol 50,139,157,179
Philhower, Michael 37,50,155,175,
Polich, Carole 31,50,142,143,146,147,
Pollentier, Josette 50
Ponciano, Mary 50
Porter, Ruth 50
Powell, David 50,120,232
Powell, Sherrie 50,135,157
Prieto, Rosemary 50,131,146,155,179,
Ralston, Judith 50,140,146,179
Ramirez, Alfonso 50
Ramirez, Carmen 50,131,142,143,160
Rangel, Theresa 51
Raske, Sharon 51
Rasso, Patricia 51,131,146,155,179
Rasso, Rita 51,136,176
Ray, Gloria 51
Redmond, Charlotte 51,179
Reeser, Jerry 51,136
Rice, Patricia 51,136
Richard, Judith 51
Ridenour, Carl 51
Rittel, Frances 51,130,202
Robinson, Cheryl 51,146,153,157,176,
Robinson, Joan 52,53,144,146,184,
Robinson, John 52
Rockwell, Geraldine 52
Rockwell, James 52
Rogers, Linda 52,179
Roselle, Katherine 43,52,135
Ross, J. D. 52
Rotz, David 52
Rotz, Sharon 52,179
Sager, Gary 52
Salmonson, Gail 31,52,124,132,144,
Sanders, Ronald 52
Sapp, Robert 53
Saunders, Carl 53,142-153.184,1S8,191,
Schmidt, Glenn 53
Schnioll, Richard 53
Schmooke, Sandra 53
Siebert, Diane 53,132,142,146
Scys, Paulette 53,179
Shipma, Judy 53,1-46,147,1-55,168,176
sign-r, Judith 31,53,146,197,198,199,
Simpson, Catherine 53,172,175,232
Skinner, Charles 53
Skowronski, Joseph 31,53,142,143,153,
Sloane, Barbara 31,54,135,l53,155,172,
Slover, Jack 54,135,142,160,185,197,
Smith, Eleanor 54
Smith, Judy 54
Smith, Ruth 54,130,179
Snapp, Dianne 54,179
Snyder, Carmelle 54,146,157,186,
Sodeman, George 54
Spencer, Marshall 54
Sprague, Susan 54,139
Spurr, Ella 54,131,157,232
Stafford, Jimmy 54
Stahl, Mary 54
Steele, Jack 55,179
Stockwell, Margaret 55, 139,146,157,
Stogdell, Mary 55
Stone, Phyllis 55,172
Stoneking, Marsha 55
Stopoulos, James 45,55,101,102,150,
Stotemeister, Carolyn 55,131,146
Strickland, Evelyn 55,146,157
Suhr, Carl 34,55,142,160,185,197
Sullivan, John 55,136
Sutton, Barbara 55
Sutton, Glenn 55
Talbot, Dean 56,136
Taylor, John 56,156
Teague, James 56,116,120,150,176
Thomas, Mary 56,176
Tompkins, Gloria 56,146,176
Thompson, Janice 56
Tracy, Clark 56,100,117,150,199
Trout, Elaine 56
Truitt, John 56,196
Trunnell, Jana 56,146,151,176,188
Tschopp, Stephen 56
Tumer, Edna 56,179
Tumer, Glenna 45,57,146,157,160,165,
Turrell, Harry 57
Valentine, Elayne 30,57,142
Vallejo, Theresa 57,140,146,179
VanDeventer, Thomas 31,57,172,232
VanKlaveren, Judith 57,146
VerBeke, Allan 57,130
Vogel, Gerald 57
Vogler, Dale 57
Vogler, Gaylord 142
Waddell, Clarence 57
Wainman, George 57
Ward, Judy 57,179
Weekly, Max 58,120,l53,155,185,232
Weimer, Gene 58,100,108,120,142,150
Weiss, Susanna 58,146,176,189
Welch, Gary 58,156
West, Dennis 58,122,123,150,197,232
Westbrook, Charles 58,116
White, Eldon 59
White, Paul 31,39,59,108,122,123,150,
VVildermuth, Gene 31,58,122,123,150,
VVilkinson, Willard 58,168,172
Williams, James 31,58,I04,150,151,
Williams, Jeffrey 58,122,l23,1-50,197
Williams, Lawrence 58,232
Windland, Carol 59
VVingert, Richard 58
Winkelbauer, Gerald 59,156
VVinthurst, Martin 59
Woods, Clifford 59
VVoods, Franc-es 59,13I,l46,157,l60,179
Wright, Marilyn 59,144,232
York, Deborah 59,1-57,176,190,199,
FACULTY dz ADMINISTRATION
Mr. Chuck Allee 21,120
Miss Eleanor Allen 22,131
Mr. Roger Auhrey 17,58,190,193,203
Mr. C. F. Bailey 26
Mr. Keith Bare 22,101,104
Miss Rebecca Beauchamp 18
Mrs. Joyce Bentler 17
Miss Mary Boike 13,30
Mr. George Bray 21
Mr. Ellsworth Brooks 19
Mr. John Bullard 24,130
Miss Helen Buresh 20
Mr. John Burke 16,17,104,120,121
Miss Dorthy Calvert 16,148
Mr. William Campbell 20
Mrs. Beverly Carrington 25,140
Mr. John Cavanaugh 23
Mr. Glenn Chivers 16,122,123
Mr. William Cloud 14,37,185
Mr. Harold Collins 12
Mr. Charles DeCamp 24,172,174
Miss Marian Dean 17
Mr. Glenn Dessing 20
Mr. Joseph Dhonrlt 19,101,104
Mrs. Mary B. Easter 14
Mrs. Charleen Enstrom 13
Mr. Gary Erlandson 22,136,161
Mr. Jack Evans 12,167
Mr. Robert Fainnan 22
Mr. Donald Faley 19
Miss Daphne Frane 25
Mrs. Jessica Fredericks 4,5,15,52,183
Miss Lois Frels 26
Mrs. Mary Jane Gaitens 15
Mrs. Jane Glenn 22
Miss Rubijohn Gorby 22
Miss Helen Grant 13,62,70
Mr. Walter Hess 21,116,117,118
Miss Mariann Hofstetter 25
Mr. Raymond Holmes 19
Miss Bemice Howard 21
Miss LaVona Johnson 14
Mr. Emest Kivisto 15,150,151
Mr. Donald Kell 20
Miss Donna Kuhn 15
Miss Sally Leibovitz 18
Mr. Robert Lewis 21
Mr. Donald Loveall 21,115,119
Mrs. Norma Magnuson 14
Mr. Max Manuel 22
Mr. Charles McCoy 13,167
Mr. Clair Mc-Creight 12
Mrs. Fern MeNab 25
Miss Esther McNut 25
Mr. Jay Mercer 19,104,106,115
Miss Bosealee Michalski 18,125
Mr. Andrew Miller 17,117
Miss June Mitchell 43
Mr. Merlin Nelson 13
Mrs. Reba O. Hster 25
Mr. Paul Oliver 23,154
Mr. Edward Peterhoff 16,17,124,143
Mr. P. J. Philhower 12
Miss Luise Piano 18,208
Mrs. Marjorie Pierce 13
Mr. Frank Pierson 19,100,101,104
Mr. Harvey Pierson 13,30
Mr. M. W. Pratt 20,132
Mr. Charles Rainey 23
Miss Marlene Ring 15,158
Mr. Louis Sheckler 24,176,177,178,179
Mrs. Patricia Schorh 14
Mrs. Isabelle Smith
Mr. Clair Somers 25
Mr. Elmer Soules 15,134,196,203
Mr. Leonard Stach 24
Mr. John W. Stevens 14,202
Mr. Dean Teel 23
Mr. William Yemm 13,162
Mrs. Dorothy Ward 18,126
Mr. Alexander Wasson 16
Miss Mary Weller 20
Mr. William Wheeler 20
Miss Valerie Wilford 25
Mr. Mallie Williams 24
Mr. Albert Zimmerman 19,101,104
SOUTH CAMPUS COOKS
Ranilda Belowski 27
Trudy Hoffman 27
Ester Karben 27
Cleo Krueger 27
Dorothy Malaney 27
Margaret Monstrey 27
Evelyn Tittle 27
Ann Wadsager 27
Mary Weinert 27
Agnes Yeager 27
SOUTH CAMPUS CLEANING STAFF
James Karben 27
Ivan Nelson 27
Frank Paskvan 27
Pearl Shicks 27
Clara Vermeulen 27
Ruby Whittington 27
NORTH CAMPUS JANITORS
Stewart Kaufman 27
NORTH CAMPUS COOKS
Jennie Cullens 27
Inna Diercks 27
Alma Freman 27
Myrtia Gollangher 27
Alice Granet 27
Ann Looentiens 27
Margaret Martins 27
Helen Polieh 27
Georgani Williams 27
Mable Ziegler 27
Carol Gooch 26
Elaine Krukenburg 26
Alice Paasch 26
Minta Rainey 26
Eva VanHautte 26
Mary Lou Wells 26
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THE LO DAWSON CHAPTER OF THE NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY
The L. O. Dawson Chapter of the National Honor Society was organized in
1956, and .since then has continued to niaintain its high position of esteeni. In
1960, juniors were first inducted into the Honor Society. This year, thirty seniors
joined the twelve nzenihers who were honored the previous year. These forty-two
students were chosen on the basis of schoolarship, character, leadership, and serv-
ice. Throughout their four years of high school, the Honor Society nzenihers have
maintained a 3.0 grade average or hetter. Because of their outstanding qualifi-
cations, these students have received this honored distinction,
This past year, Mr. Dawson, who served as superintendent of United Town-
ship for over thirty years, wa.s elected to the Board of the new Blackhawk junior
College. At the first nzeeting, he was chosen as Chairman of the Board. His
vast experience with the students of this area nialfes this a very wise choise. As
its founder continues his accolnplishnzents, so too shalt the L. O. Dawson Chapter
of the National Honor Society continue to stress the high ideals which it requires.
These seniors were inducted into the L. O. Dawson Chapter
of the National Honor Society on the basis of scholarship,
character, leadership and service. They are: Row 1-Charlsn
Buss, Rose Belman, Ella Spurr, Catherine Simpson, Cheryl
Robinson, James NVilliams, Row 2-Rosemary Prieto, Alice
Nelson, Patricia Hill, joan Robinson, Carmelle Snyder, Law-
rence XVilliams, Barbara Sloane. Row 3-Karen Duff, Therese
Lopez, julie Duff, Linda Newinghain, Deborah York, Carol
I an I V gl
Kelly. Row 4-Sue Bulen, Sheila Leahy, joylin Bloomberg,
Judith Sigler, Brad Dunliain, Mike Pliilhower. Row 5-Sally
Goodwin, Marilyn Wiiglit, Gail Salinonson, Carole Polich,
Andrea Lundecn. Row 6-Carold Pexe, Max XYeekly, james
Bergstrand,,joe Skowronski, Dennis XVest, Paul YVl1ite. Row
7-Larry Finley, Carl Saunders, -lack Morgan, Tom Van De-
venter, David Powell. Absent from the picture is Gene
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