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•   Ramona Winterrowd (Graves)  11/14
•   Jack Kraske  11/13
•   James Ollie Williams  10/23
•   Margo Elits (Carlson)  2/24
•   Marianne Menzie (Welker)  1/3
•   George Heinz  12/30
•   Peter McGuire  11/25
•   Jim Klever  11/23
•   Jeanne Kyle (Marozzi)  8/31
•   Gregory Gwin  8/30
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3 live in Arizona
9 live in California
4 live in Colorado
15 live in Florida
3 live in Georgia
129 live in Illinois
3 live in Indiana
3 live in Iowa
2 live in Kentucky
2 live in Louisiana
2 live in Maryland
3 live in Michigan
2 live in Minnesota
2 live in Mississippi
7 live in Missouri
2 live in Montana
1 lives in Nebraska
2 live in Nevada
1 lives in New Jersey
2 live in New York
2 live in North Carolina
7 live in Ohio
2 live in Oklahoma
1 lives in Pennsylvania
1 lives in South Dakota
1 lives in Tennessee
4 live in Texas
1 lives in Utah
3 live in Virginia
4 live in Wisconsin
2 live in Wyoming
1 lives in Alberta
26 location unknown
113 are deceased


•   Jane Glass (Birins)  12/17
•   David Elias  12/20
•   Thomas P. Solon  12/22
•   Carol Kolesar (Nink)  12/23
•   Ramona Winterrowd (Graves)  12/23
•   Donald Beamer  12/31
•   Frank Derra  1/2
•   Patricia Brown (Wonders)  1/3
•   Mary Javorsky (Williams)  1/4
•   Sue Ann Juricek (Ryan)  1/5
•   Linda Wonders (Ross)  1/5
•   Jim Robertson  1/10
•   Sandra Kacvinsky (Malnar)  1/12
•   Pat Tibbles (Novotney)  1/12


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Percentage of Joined Classmates: 54.4%

A:   137   Joined
B:   115   Not Joined

Streator Twp High School
Class Of 1960

Welcome to the Streator High School Class of 1960.  If you are a member of the class and new to the site, please click on "Classmate Profiles" and fill in your information.  This will help you reconnect and reunite with old friends and classmates. Spend some time, look around, reminisce, and visit often.  This is our site, enjoy.




Streator and special memories of growing up there   


Sherman school and the annual Barn Dance

Meeting friends in Central Park north of the grade school and playing on the swings, slides, teeter-totters

Summer recreation programs held at the grade schools

J.C. Penney and the tubes that carried your money upstairs and returned your change to you via the same tube system

Fourth of July parades where standing as the flag went by was mandatory.

The Fourth of July and Labor Day Carnivals in the City Park  

Trick or treating when you were expected to sing a Halloween song before you could receive a treat.

The Viaduct

Fireworks and circuses held at the Owen’s Diamond

Christmas decorations that spanned Main Street for several blocks

The sounds of the Santa Fe Trains rolling through town

City buses

Riding bikes around with friends.  If a car would honk at us to get out of the way, one of us would usually shout, “Battery is up, how about payments.”

The Broadway Sweet Shop at Broadway and Otter Creek, and “Uncle Ralph”

Detasseling corn and when paid at the end of the season being allowed by our parents to take the train with friends to shop in the Loop in Chicago

Katchewan Lake

Being in the first graduating class from Oakland or Northlawn Schools

The Harvest and Federal Bakeries

George’s Candy shop

Ice skating at Marilla Park

Roller skating at the Roller Rink

Watching movies at the Drive-In

The Hi-Lo Gas Station where an attendant pumped the gas into your car, cleaned your windshield, and checked your oil all for one low price. 

Dances at the Hub at the YMCA

Sock Hops after the games

Homecoming bonfire and Snake Dance

Bruno’s Pizza and the great pinball machines on the back wall

Dutch’s Tap and their fantastic beef sandwiches


Wonderful tenderloins at Nagel’s Silverfross

Hill Bros. where we enjoyed the booths in the back with a soft drink and a bag of Q-Man Potato Chips

Dancing to live bands at Norris Hall on Friday and Saturday nights

Van Loon’s Sporting Goods and the bicycle that hung outside

The annual PNA Picnic

Miller’s Cigar Store

The huge clock in front of Kerr’s Jewelry Store

The Grove and Indian Acres


If you have any memories you would like to add, just send them to me; and I will include them on the list!