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JOINED CLASSMATES


Percentage of Joined Classmates: 49.1%


A:   161   Joined
B:   167   Not Joined

PROFILE UPDATES


•   Gretchen Bachman (Hickman)  6/3
•   Karen Peterson (Bump)  5/29
•   Jim King  5/26
•   Robert Boyum  5/13
•   Robert Young  5/12
•   Jean Dempsey (Parein)  4/30
•   Judith Peterson (Fellner)  4/22
•   Sandra Sipes (Mockmore)  4/21
•   Grant McCombs  4/9
•   Jeffry Buck  4/9
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WHERE ARE THEY NOW


WHERE WE LIVE


Who lives where - click links below to find out.

3 live in Alabama
11 live in Arizona
4 live in Arkansas
13 live in California
3 live in Colorado
24 live in Florida
7 live in Georgia
1 lives in Hawaii
1 lives in Idaho
146 live in Illinois
4 live in Indiana
19 live in Iowa
2 live in Kansas
1 lives in Louisiana
2 live in Maryland
4 live in Minnesota
7 live in Missouri
1 lives in Nebraska
2 live in Nevada
2 live in New Mexico
2 live in New York
6 live in North Carolina
1 lives in North Dakota
3 live in Ohio
1 lives in Oklahoma
4 live in Oregon
2 live in Pennsylvania
1 lives in South Carolina
1 lives in South Dakota
3 live in Tennessee
7 live in Texas
2 live in Utah
6 live in Virginia
5 live in Wisconsin
24 location unknown
146 are deceased

UPCOMING BIRTHDAYS



•   Alan 'Lanny' Griffin  6/24
•   Gerald Kramer  6/28
•   Sandra Sipes (Mockmore)  6/29
•   Luanne Panicucci (Paquette)  6/30
•   Carolyn George (Hibbs)  7/4
•   Lloyd Barnard  7/13
•   Rb Thompson  7/14
•   Don Molander  7/15
•   Wayne Walters  7/20
•   Wayne Findlay  7/22
•   Lorne Edwards  7/23

MISSING CLASSMATES


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Know Your Classmate

Bob Phelps after retiring moved to Mesa Arizona and found a beautiful place to purse his passion of Photography.  Classmates of Bob's who are friends of Bob on Facebook have had an opportunity to see his exceptional photos of the southwest. Those who have not seen his photos are in for a special experience.  His photos of the Arizona desert and animals are something truly exceptional.  Bob has a special place in his heart for the Wild Horses of Salt River. It has been said  "The Salt River wild horses are a living piece of our Arizona history, a remnant of our pioneering American spirit".  In these photos you will see these special animalsThanks Bob for the spectacular photos and insight to the outstanding  wonders of our world.

                           

                 

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65 th Reunion

Weve come a long way 

Here are just a few reminders of Great Times

Lets make new memories Sept 7, 8, 9

click on reunion photos


 

Know Your Classmate

After graduation classmates move on to the next phase of their life.

Some we still see or hear about some others just move on. My life with one of my best friends in grade school changed in 6th grade when he made the Moline Boys Choir and went to a new school .   Although we we were at John Deere together he became just another classmate.  So when I came across this article it made me think back to all the good times we had at Irving Grade school.

 

Click on Throphy for article

 

 

 


   Deceased Classmates This Year  

To see all Obits see In Memory 

    The Following have passed away this year 2018 

Barbara Prescott Griffin 

Jack Coder teacher (died in march)


    click on name to see Obituary

 
Roger Borkhart
Received obit from classmate Roger died in 2002)

Bonnie Suiter Rose (died in 2016)

Linda Anderson Hutchinson (died in 2017)


 

 

MHS1958 60th REUNION

September 7th  Svithod Club

September 8th  Riverhouse

September 9th  John Deere TPC Golf Course

mhs1958 form 1

mhs1958 form 2

Click on forms to see information that has been sent out

                                

Reunion Committee has mailed Information on Reunion  

Hope to see you in September 

 

 

 to see in full screen click on full screen icon after playing and turn  volume on

   
See You In September


 

  Memories of Downtown Moline

Remembering Memories of Downtown Moline -- Parades, Christmas and New York Store, Kresge/Woolworths, Movie Theaters ,Temples, Holloween Window Painting, Moline High School, Lago's, Moline Library, and many more.  The Hub of our life in the 40's 50's.

See you in  September for 60th

 

 

 Downtown Moline Heritage Walking Tour

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TUESDAY COFFEE  IS STILL MEETING

STOP BY  AND SEE

YOUR CLASSMATES

WE WOULD LOVE TO SEE YOU

         

front row Stan Zimmerman,John Staack, Barb Verstraete Schwartz Arlene Metz Atkins, John Melin, Rita Melin, Caren Johnson back row Jerry Kassel. Walt Carlson, Paul Schwartz, Jim King, Olof Johnson 1958 MHS Monthly Class Get Together

Next meeting Tuesday, June 19th 2018

3rd Tuesday of Every Month

Moline 7th Street HYVEE at 9:15 am

All MHS 1958 classmates and spouses are invited

Coffee Photo Slideshow (click here)

Remembering Old Friends

click on above

I received an article from Stan Zimmerman that I had seen before.  I discoverd it in my Web Page documents and some how wasn't currently posted on our web page.  As we enter into a new year it is a good time to reflect on where  we came from.

Children of the Greatest Generation

Click on above

  

Having gone to Irving School and living on 13th STREET AND 6TH Avenue

Downtown Moline was our playground for me and my Irving School classmates.

After all of these years the above presentation is so familar. From Moline Turners where we snuck into, to visiting Downtown Fire Station, Kresge and Woolworth, Illini Paradise Leclaire movie theaters, Old Mill for Ice Cream, New York Store Toyland at Christmas, Moline YMCA , seaching behind stores for large cardboard boxes to make camps to play in and Moline cutting down all Oak Trees to widen 6th Avenue and of course all the parades that went by our house.  So much action that Sunday was only day that it was quiet.  I would have to write book about our adventures when Downtown Moline was the hub of activity. Yes Bob Phelps it was just 1 1/2 blocks to order hamburgers from Vics Diner.

Please click on picture for a taste of the past .

 

 

 

Here is a link to Stan "Z" playing the Walker Organ at the Bobby Mulnix home.   He is a member of the Joliet Area Theatre Organ Enthusiasts.

Notes from Stan Zimmerman (Click on Piano Player for  topics

 New Postings (11/09/2017)

 Stans  ONELINERS

 

 

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Retro Quadcities  (Sharing the past to make a better Future)

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