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Rewind for 6/25/16



Percentage of Joined Classmates: 46.9%

A:   158   Joined
B:   179   Not Joined


•   Olof Johnson  3/10
•   Patricia Mayhew (Hamm)  3/5
•   Robert Mason  2/10
•   Marilyn Johnson (Battles)  1/11
•   Kurtis Kelley  11/29
•   Sue Olson (Wakefield)  11/28
•   Stuart Nelson  11/28
•   Stanley Zimmerman  11/1
•   Jon Melin  9/21
•   Susan Benell (Ely)  9/12
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Who lives where - click links below to find out.

5 live in Alabama
12 live in Arizona
3 live in Arkansas
13 live in California
3 live in Colorado
2 live in Connecticut
23 live in Florida
7 live in Georgia
1 lives in Hawaii
1 lives in Idaho
152 live in Illinois
4 live in Indiana
20 live in Iowa
2 live in Kansas
1 lives in Louisiana
3 live in Maryland
3 live in Minnesota
7 live in Missouri
1 lives in Nebraska
2 live in Nevada
1 lives in New Mexico
2 live in New York
5 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
3 live in Tennessee
7 live in Texas
2 live in Utah
6 live in Virginia
5 live in Wisconsin
25 location unknown
135 are deceased


•   Gerald Kramer  6/28
•   Sandra Sipes (Mockmore)  6/29
•   Luanne Panicucci (Paquette)  6/30
•   Carolyn George (Hibbs)  7/4
•   Richard Wolff  7/10
•   Lloyd Barnard  7/13
•   Rb Thompson  7/14
•   Don Molander  7/15
•   Wayne Walters  7/20
•   Wayne Findlay  7/22
•   Lorne Edwards  7/23
•   Charlie (Mike) Larsen  7/25


Know the email address of a missing Classmate? Click here to contact them!

15 July 2014 at Hyvee 7th street Moline 
Jim King, Ron Christopher,
Olof Johnson, Jon Melin,
Stan Zimmerman, Rita  Melin,
Jerry Kassel, Caran Johnson,
Barb (Verstraete) Schwartz, Paul Schwartz 

1958 MHS Monthly Class Get Together


Next meeting Tuesday, July 19, 2016


3rd Tuesday of Every Month

Moline 7th Street HYVEE at 9:15 am

All MHS 1958 classmates are invited

Coffee Photo Slideshow (click on date)

16 August 2011

20 September 2011

18 October 2011

15 November 2011

20 December 2011

16 April 2013




   Deceased Classmates        


Click on Eagle for In Memory Page or Classmate to see Obit

The Following have passed away this year 2016

Click on name to see Obituary

I just posted obit for Gary McDannell who passed away in 1994

Dianne Atwell {Orendorff) (new}

Mary Studeny (Schroeder) 

Al Layman 


Bill Bentrim   

Rex Cullor

Paul Ruud (Renault)

Jack Dye (teacher)

Donna (Shetter} Clouse

Paul Hoff (teacher)




Remember Friday nights at Wharton Field with sold out crowds

Now when you go if 1000 fans it's a great night

But wait Tuesday night I sat with Jerry Walleart(class 60) and we experienced a flash back to those times

It was a packed house, closed ticket office at 7:00 and people standing by court

Fans, players, atmosphere made it a great nightI   UTHS and Rock Island put on a great show

Click on picture



Here is a link to Stan "Z" playing the Walker Organ at the Bobby Mulnix home.  Stan plays music all over the Chicago-land area.  He is a member of the Joliet Area Theatre Organ Enthusiasts.

Notes from Stan Zimmerman (Click on Piano Player for all topics

More Nonsence from Stan (new)

 Elmers Tune by Stan (new

Just Wondering   

 Reunion Comment    

Are You Smarter than a ??? 

Your Birthday Year  fill in year  

This is the latest from Stan. 

Enjoy I hope it brings back fond memories for you as it did for me
IT'S BEAUTIFUL.........and turn up the, just don't listen.........I remember them all.
=====>As a side Note

With all the turmoil that is currently going on in the World this takes us back to a simpler time in our lives.  Oh how I  wish I could back for just one day.  Our generation was so lucky to grow up when we did

Thanks Stan for the memories.



Click on Play



Latest from Stan

Click on below topics for new updates




EXTRA EXTRA Editor of Senior Senitel has returned  

MHS News from our reporter Stan Zimmerman in Chicago

Stay tuned for MHS news from the Senior Sentinel

We will need articles from classmates as this newspaper goes into production

Instructions on how to submit articles will be forth coming


click on edition to view



Click on image and scroll down

We made the Newspaper and what a great party it was.

See you again in 2018 for 60th (can you believe it) reunion




Dexter Johnson another Moline High School legacy

When we were in high school we had a fan affectionaly called Waxey.  He was at all practices and games  and probaby the best fan of those times.   He died at a Moline football game and left a void in Moline sportrs.

For those who have not followed Moline sports since High School we now have a new super fan at basketbal practice and all Moline games.  He is affectionaly called  Dex and is known by all fans who attend Moline basketball games.. Here is a short video on the life and times of Dexter.  In this video you will see Terry Christopher (Ron Christopher's son) who is a great friend to Dexter and watches after him as if he was his brother. I hope you enjoy




Below is the outstanding poem created by Nancy Sohner Gibson for our 75th Birthday party.   She outdid herself again with a very poignant look at ourselves as we age.


The main page of our web page is increasing in length making it hard to find new or updated information    I will be creating topics and adding pertinent information to each topic. The first one will be "Moline Happenings" .  .  I have added Franks Pizza, Moline Marvels, and Big Town Big Deal to Moline Happenings.  Each topic will have a date when updated or changed.   Let me know what you think by email



 Moline Happenings

click on City of Moline for information on your Home Town

last updated 10/06/2015



Launch Slideshow


Why do we come back for MHS1958 Reunions or Parties?

It"s to see classmates who were a big part of who we are today?

Click on Know Your Classmate to see how we looked at 50th Reunion

Many have passed away since


Have you ever wondered about a classmate that graduated and what they did after graduation.  Many go on with their life and we never here about them.  Then after many many years we learn from a friend, classmate, etc. about what they accomplished in their life.  Then you say I (should have or wished) I had known that. Many classmates have made a differnce some in a quiet and way unassuming way. 

Please click on photo to see article on oustanding classmates


Remembering Gary VanGoethem



Hello classmates! Seasons Greetings!

As we prepare to enter into the new year I'd like to "shake things up" a bit on our class web site and I need your help today.

Click on following to see exciting news.






Afternoon with girls at Barb {Verstraete} Schwartz home

Bob and Sherry Phelps came to town so we celebrated at The Rock


FYI  "Rewind with Brandon Brooks"  has the events for this day in entertainment history.


Photos that I forgot I uploaded to Flicker

Click on MHS Reunion Photos


 From Bob Boyum 


Put your mouse or finger over photo and tells you who and what it is.



The music we grew up with will never grow old

Click on Music for ages and go back to the days of our youth

This was an era when we were carefree and and our music went from

How Much Is That Doggie in the Window

Come On-a My HouseOld Cape Cod


Rock Around The Clock, Tutti frutti, Jail House Rock, etc.


Be sure to scroll down to see all information

Please click on Welcome to become registered member of this site
Click on your name and it will take you to a page that says "Join Here." Then "Click here now" and follow the instructions of adding your email** and password so you can interact with your classmates. You don't have to finish it all at once. Come back whenever you want to add to or update your information, or add more photos. We keep records that enable us to send you information on Class Events that are sponsored by the Reunion Committee. You control if you want your information to be private, shared with pubic, or with other classmates.  You should use your current e-mail address so information can be sent to you by other classmates or MHS1958 Reunion Committee.

 ** PRIVACY: All contact information you enter into your profile will be kept confidential. It will not be shared or distributed. Your contact information is private: your address and phone number can't be seen by classmates unless you grant permission on your profile. When someone clicks on your name, all they will see of your contact information is your city and state and whatever information about yourself you choose to put on your web page. Your email address is not viewable, though an email can be sent to you using the contact box at the bottom of your web page. However, if you send a message to someone through their profile, they will see your email address so they can respond.



I will be posting flashbacks to Moline in the 1950's

Stay tuned

 Moline today Click on picture to see as it was in the 50's


UPDATED 30 October 2012



Bob Phelps just sent the following links.

After looking at them they bring back so many memories.  I lived in downtown Moline from 1944 to 1955 before moving to Molette during my 9th grade year.  Bob: I lived only one block from your family's diner.  Best hamburgers I ever tasted.  I went to Irving Grade school and know they have a site on Facebook. There maybe more and will investIgate.  I recommend all 1958 classmates to visit these sites.

Thanks Bob for the Information..

Jerry Kassel:  Site administrator


I just wanted provide links to a couple of web sites that others may find interesting. I could not find one for John Deere
One is; You Know You're From Quad Cities When...

Wm Carr Elementary School at

Calvin Coolidge


Number of hits on our web site since inception.  Count updates as new hits are made.   Will keep it here for 2 weeks then will be moved to bottom of Web Page.


Number of classmates that have visited site since created






Click on Moline Sign to see Quad-Cities current news






Reunion Photos Select Above Image


 New Forum Topic: RECIPES  Click on Cookie Jar.  You will see a list of all recipes posted.  On that Recipe list page, click on Add New Topic to add your recipe. 

start the fire play    Cars we Drove 


 Videos of Interest