Althoff Catholic High School - Crusader Yearbook (Belleville, IL)

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The 1966 Crusader Althoff Catholic High School 5401 West Main Belleoille, Illinois Volume 32 In Memoriam Paul Lauf, Class of f 66, who died April II, 1964. He will always be remembered in our prayers. Respectfully Dedicated to His Excellency Albert R. Zuroweste, D.D. Bishop of Belleville OCT 5—Mr. Danny Thomas, national director of the ALSAC (Aiding Leukemia—Stricken American Children) Drive, in which many Althoff students participated, shakes hands with Fr. Pat Carroll. With them are the members of the ACHS Faculty who coordinated the drive here. They are, from left to right, Mr. John Guciardo, Fr. Walter Barr, Fr. Leonard Raenen, and Mr. James Beine. OCT. S—Althofrs varsity cheerleaders pose with senior float, which won third prize in car rally preceding the Homecoming game against Urbana. OCT. 22—Crusaders fought valiantly, but lost City Championship game to Township ' s Maroons, 14-6. OCT. 8—Mary Pat Hoff being crowned Homecoming Queen. Highlights OCT. 12 — Mr. Kevin Kelly chats with a student ' s par¬ ents during Althoffs Open House, " An Evening with the Teachers " NOV. 24— Elaine Riehl was elected Football Queen at the annual Foot¬ ball Dance, sponsored by the Letter- men ' s Club. Here she is being crowned by the co-captains of Althoff ' s foot¬ ball team. Gary Blome. left, and Mike Toenjes. NOV. 19—Orphan Bowl Classic. Althoff played a strong game, but Assumption ' s Pioneers retained the victory bell with a 20-12 win. OCT. 6—Student Council President Bob Rigney addresses as¬ sembly of honored guests and ACHS student body at dedication ceremonies for Althoff ' s valued Freedom Shrine. DEC. 19—Fr. Me Evilly directs ACHS Band during their first annual Christmas Concert held in Althoff ' s gym. In addition to the events represented on these two pages were a number of other highlights of this school year which could not be pictured here. For instance, there was the Althoff Benefit Dinner held at Fischer’s Restaurant (Jan. 18), the winning of the first-place trophy by the Freshman Crusaders in the Mater Dei Tournament (Feb. 5), the B.T.H.S. basketball game (Feb. 18), the Regional Basketball Tournament held at Althoff (Feb. 28-Mar. 4), the Senior Prom, the Senior Farewell Dance, and Class and Graduation Day. These, then, along with others which may have been forgotten or omitted, are the events which made this past year a memorable one. JAN. 20—Bus carrying Mr. Rickert, Mr. Horvat, and 22 Althoff seniors departs for St. Mary ' s University in San Antonio, where the group stayed for two days. JAN. 22 — Althoff ' s Debate Team proudly displays the trophy they won for placing sec¬ ond in the Novice Division of the Belleville Invitational Meet held at Township. They are, from left to right: John Genetti, Dan Edwards, Mike Eschenfelder, and Mike Mar¬ tino. JAN. 22— The Crusaders set a scoring record against Freeburg by scoring 83 points. ’ 65-66 DEC. 23—Fr. Bruening (with accordion) and Fr. Misho (in back¬ ground on drums) clown with the Anonymous Enunciators dur¬ ing Althoff ' s Talent Show. Bob Rigney. National CYO Treasurer, met with Congress¬ man Melvin Price on a trip to Washington for a CYO Ex¬ ecutive Board meeting. ACHS students listen to tapes in Developmental Reading Lab. Fr. Bleas speaks to the student body over the intercom while Miss Jung counts some money and Mrs. Haas busies herself with other secretarial tasks. Mr. William Orlet carries on animated dis¬ cussion with Mr. James Igel in Faculty Lounge. Student Life John Genetti, a member of the Tutors ' Club, poses with his young friend. Althoff students study and browse in our fine library. Sunlight silhouettes two ACHS sophomores. Sam Sullivan clowns for photographer before Homecoming game. I Moments after this photo was snapped, many of Steve Wuller’s bones followed suit. Having fun , Ter? Student Life A scene from Homeroom 3-310’s Talent Show skit, " Lily of the Alley . Silhouette In this volume, we hope to have incorporated the true spirit and identity of Althoff Catholic High School. This is the purpose of a yearbook—to accurately portray the administration, faculty, student body, and the individuals which comprise them as they fit into the entire school setting. The ' events which are commem¬ orated in this volume will be to¬ morrow’s fond memories for those who actively participated. They represent the good times, the bad times, and the run-of-the-mill times which have given us our first real taste of life. This is the real trea¬ sure imparted to us-an alert, crit¬ ical awareness of the world around us. Soon it will be ours to mold in our own image-the image of a new generation. May the spirit of this wild, won¬ derful year at Althoff remain with you always. Though we will not realize it until many years hence THESE ARE OUR BEST DAYS!! Calendar of Memories Aug . 26— Football practice begins Aug. 30— Freshmen experience their first day of high school actiuity. Aug. 31—Sophomores, juniors and seniors begin school; football ticket drive initiated. Sept. 1—hirst full day of school; confusion reigns. Sept. 2— First yearbook editors’ meeting; this year we must get organized. Sept, s—rirst Lettermeu s Club meeting Sept. 6— India and Pakistan begin hostilities over Kashmir question. Sept. 10— Football Kickoff Dance; Varsity and J.V. cheerleaders announced. Sept. 17—End of football ticket drive; first pep rally, for Cnhokia game. Sept, lit — CahoKia Commanches score i.u. ana su eiy in second half to spoil Crusaders ' season opener. 9-0. Sept. 24— Crusaders defeat Edwardsville Tigers in impressive 27-20 victory. Sept. 28—First full Student Council meeting. Bob Rigney presiding; Anony¬ mous hnunciators, Farmer, fusseti. ana Richter, entertain at ALSAC rally Sept. 30—Mission Assembly. Oct. 1—CBC Cadets romp as Crusaders bow. 33-0. Oct. 2.3—ALSAC drive. Oct. 6— Dedication ceremonies for Althoffs Freedom Shrine; many digni¬ taries in attendance. Oct. 8—Urbana defeats Althoff. 27-6, in Homecoming game-not bad against such a powerhouse team; Mary Pat Hoff reigns as Homecoming Queen. Oct. 16—Afternoon game at Chaminade; penalties on successive long-run pass completions kill hopes; Flyers 19. Crusaders 7. Oct. 19—NHS movie at Notre Dame —’’Advise and Consent. ” Oct. 21—Announcement that " The Crusader” had been saved from oblivion by the flurry of subscriptions in the previous three days. Oct. 22—Crusaders fight valiantly, but lose City Championship game to the Maroons, 14-6. Oct. 29—Six Althoff seniors, along with seniors from Notre Dame and Assumption, depart for University of Dayton. Oct. 30— Crusaders shut out by St. Louis U. High Billikens, 21-0. Oct. 31 — Hallowe’en; seniors return from Dayton trip. Nov. 1—All Saints’ Day-no school. Nov. 2— All Souls ' Day-All religion classes attend mass in chapel. Nov. 4—Freshman Crusaders defeat BTHS 20-6. Nov. 6—Althoff speech team takes five ’’excellent” awards at Illinois Catho¬ lic Speech League Festival at Mater Dei; Crusaders look like new team as they down the Marquette Explorers 26-13. How’d ya like those two- handed jump passes, guys? Nov. 9— Open house—”An Evening wun the Teacners Rower blackout in Northeast. Nov. 10—NHS movie ”Cyrano De Bergerac ” Nov. 11—Veterans ' Day; lan Smith ' s White Rhodesian goverment declares itself an independent state in the first declaration of independence from Britain since 1776. Nov. 13—Crusaders edged by Lincoln Tigers 7-6; That ' s what’s new. Pussy cat—We couldn’t hold that Tiger. Nov. 19—Orphan Bowl Classic; Behind 7-6 at half. Crusaders make it 12-7 in their favor in third quarter, but Pioneers come on strong for 20-12 victory; Welcoming line and cheering section great successes; but the bell still resides at Assumption. Nov. 20—Orphan Bowl dance in our gym; St. Augustine’s Patsy Seper crowned Queen of the Orphan Bowl. Nov. 21—Althoff speech team wins seven " excellent” awards in ICSL speech contest at Mercy High School in St. Louis. Nov. 24—Elaine Biehl elected football queen at football dance, sponsored by Lettermen ' s Club. Nov. 2930—Teachers ' Institute at Althoff; Student Council members serve as ushers. Dec. 1—Basketball ticket drive begins. Dec. 3—Althoff drops opening game of the basketball season, 64-51, to Cahokia. Dec. 4—Crusaders overcome by Augustinian Academy, 62-48. After long joy ride through South St. Louis, Althoff’s cheering section arrives at end of the third quarter; still had to pay 75t admission. Dec. 7—Photographer from Vince Price studio takes organization pictures for Yearbook. NHS movie— " Citizen Kane. ” Dec. 8—Immaculate Conception—no scnooi. Student Council members work to correct error-infested Student Directories. Dec 10—Mater Dei’s student council officers visit Althoff; Mater Dei’s " cheerleaders” and " basketball players” participate in Althoff’s pep rally; Mater Dei Knights defeat Crusaders 75-61 for Althoffs third consecutive loss. Dec. 11—Crusaders rack up first victory of season against Duchesne, 56-47. Dec. 17—Assumption Pioneers triumph over Crusaders. 57-46; Althoffs cheering very good. Dec. 19—ACHS Band presents its first annual Christmas Concert in Alt¬ hoff’s gym. Concert features Cathedral Men’s Choir and ACHS Choral Groups. Larger turnout than expected forces use of bleachers and addi tional chairs. Dec. 21—Althoff. behind by only two points at the half, succumbs to Beau mont, 71-50. Dec. 22—ACHS Student Council officers pay reciprocal visit to Mater Dei. Goodwin, requested to play a drum solo at Mater Dei’s Talent Show held that day. receives standing ovation from Mater Dei ' s student body. Dec. 23—Seniors put on skit " Whatever Happened to SantaClaus? ”. starring the Chief as " Super-Something ”. Dave Schrader emcees proceedings. Good¬ win and Varone on drums take first prize of $15; Glenn Gain and Don Helfrich on electric guitars take second prize of $10; third prize of $5 goes to Charlie Weyhaupt for his accordion solo. Fathers Misha and Bruening join in the fun. Off for the holidays. Graduation ' s only half a year away. guys. Dec. 24—The Jolly One has a busy evening. Dec. 25—Christmas Day. Let ' s hope the real meaning is not obscured. Dec. 27—Crusaders bow to Highland in first game of Mater Dei Tourna ment, 70-55. Dec. 28— Althoff ekes out victory over Nashville, 53-51. If we win the next game, we go on to consolation game. Dec. 29—We did it! Crusaders emerge victorious over St. Theresa ' s 5950 However, high hopes deflate as Bet hallo wins consolation game 54-47. Dec. 31—That wonderful year 1965 draws to a close. Jan. 1—Welcome. ’66. Jan. 5—Crusaders step on McKinley Gold Bugs 64 52. Jan. 7—Marquette Explorers find out that Althoff natives aren’t so docile, but win a squeaker 56-53. Jan. 9—Althoff contestants take four excellent awards at CISL Speech Festival. Jan. 10—Batman is coming. Jan. 11—And Robin, too. Jan. 12—Roxana Shells sweep over Crusaders in a tidal wave, 71-55, in Dupo Tournament. Jan. 14—Crusaders fight valiantly, but O’Fallon Panthers sink in their claws during last three seconds to win 54-53. Jan. 15—Yearbook deadline—we missed it (but we’ll get it the next time). Jan. 17—Exams threaten students with imminent catastrophe-cramming begins. Jan. 18— Exams — catastrophe. Althoff Benefit Dinner—great success. Jan. 19 20— More exams—victims told by parents to rest up for awhile; in other words. " You’re grounded!” Jan. 20—Mr. Rickert, Mr. Horvat, and 22 Althoff seniors depart for St. Mary’s University in San Antonio. Jan. 21—Lincoln Tigers win nip-and-tuck battle with Crusaders 5957. Althoff troops at St. Mary’s rendezvous with Tom Kurth. Jan. 22—Crusaders set scoring record against Freeburg as they romp to an 83-38 victory. Great Scott!! ACHS Debate team wins trophy for placing second in the Novice Division of the Belleville Invitational Meet at Town¬ ship. Mike Martino awarded James Maule Memorial Award by own team¬ mates. Jan. 24—Althoff expedition returns from San Antonio tired as all get-out. Some character from Vianney picks up Mr. Rickert ' s suitcase by mistake and takes it home. Jan. 28—Crusaders massacre Chaminade 72-51— Where have all the Flyers gone? Gone to graveyards every one. Jan. 29— Diocesan CYO Convention. Bob Rigney presiding. Joe Kaiser leads band of freedom fighters against the sinister cabal who are at¬ tempting to " railroad” through a new constitution. Jan. 30—Althoff debaters take three excellent awards at CISL meet at Rosary High. Bob Rigney awarded " Eagle of the Cross” at Diocesan CYO Convention. Feb. 1—School in recess as 12-inch snow engulfs Belleville. Get out the shovels, guys. Feb. 2—School still in recess. Snowball conflicts divert attentions from the one in Vietnam for a day, at least. Feb. 3—Sonovagun! All good things must come to an end—school in session again. Feb. 4—Crusaders play one of their best games of the year as they defeat Lebanon, which boasted an 18-2 record coming into the game. 72-64. Feb. 5—Crusaders avenge earlier defeat at hands of Marquette by whipping the Explorers 67-46. Freshman Crusaders cop trophy by defeating Mater Dei in Mater Dei Tournament game. Feb. 9—NHS movie— " Grapes of Wrath. ” Feb. 11—Flyers resurrect from graveyards to haunt Crusaders as Althoff drops one 64-54, ending our four-game winning streak. Feb. 12—Rescheduled Mascoutah game conflicts with Notre, Dame’s Junior-Senior Valentine Dance. Those who attended, however, isee pernaps the most exciting game of the year as the Crusaders eke out a 60-56 win. One cliff-hanger like this one is enough for awhile. Three Althoff Speech Clubbers win medals in District Speech Contest, qualifying them to go on to Regional Contest. On to State! Feb. 13—ACHS Speech Club Members win awards in second consecutive Speech Contest. Feb. 14—Valentine’s Day, famous for the massacre which occurred in Chicago on this day. Baseball practice begins. Feb. 15—Augustinian Academy Braves display less skill than bravery as Althoff gains recompense for the infamous episode connected with their first meeting; Crusaders 62. Braves 51. Feb. 16— Mr. Podorski. new moderator of the National Honor Society, calls organizational meeting. Feb. 17—Final yearbook pages finished. Now it’s up to the junior editors to produce the supplement. Feb. 18—Spirit Day for Township game. Althoff sweatshirts, along with blue or yellow university sweatshirts, allowed to be worn. Crusaders face tough opponents in the Maroons this evening. Maroons win 70-54. Feo. 20—Annual Father-Son Banquet. Honor sennee letters distributed. Feb. 21—Track practice begins. Feb. 25—Final regular game of season, against Assumption. Feb. 28—First game of Regional Tournament, held at Althoff this year. Mar. 1-4— Regional Tournament games. Mar. 9—NHS movie— " The Chalk Garden. ” Mar. 11 12—Bellevme Exposition on the American Negro, held in Alt¬ hoff ' s gym. Apr. io— Easter Sunday — the hope of salvation for us all. Apr. 15—First dances after Lent begin—in other words, a return to nor¬ malcy. Apr. 22—Hurry up with the phone calls, fellas, the Prom ' s only two weeks au ay. May 6—Senior Mother-Son Communion. Prom night—those two weeks went by in a hurry, eh. guys? Hope you didn’t get caught holding the bag. May 13—Senior Farewell Dance, sponsored, traditionally, by the Junior Class . May 20—Notre Dames mm. Gee, sure hope you aren’t being worn out by all these dances, guys. May z3- ' zo—final exams — enjoy the quiet before the storm, fellas and gals. May 27—Graduation Day — a fitting climax to four wild, wonderful years. Three Days of Recollection Held During Year Zogg and Keefe look on as May leads homeroom bible vigil. Typical student on retreat day. Student service presented by juniors. Althoff Aids in ALSAC Drive Meeting with Danny Thomas are left to right: Mr . John Seine, Directors of the Drive, and Fr. Pat Carroll of St. Guicardo, Fr. Walter Barr, Fr. Leonard Baenen, Mr. James Henry ' s Seminary. This year Althoff with its Cru¬ sader spirit charged into the prob¬ lem of raising money for the an¬ nual ALSAC Drive. When Danny Thomas asked for volunteers over KXOK radio, Althoff offered its services. ACHS was made the cen¬ ter of operations on the East Side. The drive was a great suc¬ cess. Fr. Baenen discusses strategy with drive captains. YCS Produces A ctiue Leadership Father Baenen ' s cell in a weekly discussion. The purpose of the Young Christian Students (Y.C.S.) is to pro¬ vide a vehicle for considering and discussing some of the problems in our society which we, on the student level, can help to solve. Thus the Y.C.S. groups not only carry on discussions, but also de¬ cide on some course of action with regard to the problems they consider. The several large Y.C.S. cells which Althoff has in prog¬ ress are therefore a testament to student interest in society and its faults. As one member presents the topic, the others prepare for discussion. Tutor ' s Club Shares with Less Fortunate Front row, left to right: Tom Schmal, John Genetti, Pat Prindable, Pat Young, Ron AlcFarling, second row: Bob Truttmann , Jim Quirin, Rick Schoen, Thomas Faust, Paul Goelz, third row: Tom Lang, John Matejka, Mike Eschen- felder, Chris Huff, Mike Munie, Rich Acker, fourth row: Steve Reissen, Richard Bersett, Dan Hayes, Mike Kinder, John Phillips, fifth row: Joe Burke, Gary Todoroff, Steve Clark. Pat becomes a good friend ... ... while Mike shares the knowledge of a book. Freshmen and Mothers Attend Annual Communion Breakfast Mrs. Dressel conducts program after breakfast. In keeping with an old tra¬ dition the freshmen and their mother’s attended theannual communion-breakfast. Mass was held in St. Henry’s Church followed by breakfast in the cafeteria. This tradi¬ tional Mother-Son activity is a reminder the parent’s role at Althoff. Enjoying the traditional Mother-Son activity. Student Council Drafts Constitution STL DENT COUNCIL OFFICERS— left to right: John Goodwin, Treasurer; Bob Rigney, President; Terry Peters, Secretary; Mike Roth, Vice-President. Front row, left to right: Mike Hoffman, Bob Emig, Mike Roth, Bob Rigney, Terry Peters, John Genetti. John Good¬ win, Dan May, second row: Jane Martin, Debbie Archer, Paul Pickerel, Jim Hamilton, Pat Prindable, Tom Lang, Jim Quirin, Richard Brown, third row: Don Rigney, Julie Eichenseer, Cathy Dye, Linda Jankowski, Marylaine Caito, John Torisky, Peter Maul, Larry Gansmann, fourth row: Steve Clark, Steve Bauer, Douglas Aufforth, Lial Field, Pat Roth, John Gifford, Carlos Levy, George Renner, fifth row: John Maher, Roger Helfrich, Gerry Brenner, Joe Glauber, John Hipskind, Richard Sieben, Richard Joyce. Student Council at Work Student Council in action. The Council’s greatest ac¬ complishment of ' 65- ' 66 was the drafting of a new consti¬ tution, which defines and ex¬ plains its duties. This year’s Council has thus set up a clear- cut standard for future years and established a precedent for student activities of the future. The meeting ends with last—minute instructions. STUDENT COURT OFFICERS—left to right: Bob Emig, Recorder; John Genetti , Court Judge; Dan May, Sergeant-at-arms. Student Court Implements School Rules Senior Officials Patrol the Halls Front row, left to right: D. Bradley Hill, Charles Berkel, Bay Schott, Paul Picherel, Larry Rolfingsmeyer, Steve Lueck- ing, Mike Martino, second row: John Dehler, Rich Schu¬ macher, Gary Blome, Tim Nesbit, Gene Schneider, Tom Sintzel, Jeff Boyne, Jim Hamilton, third row: Gary Fahr- ner, Ron McFarling, Den Tomasovich, Rick Bingheim, Greg Determan, Gary Poleskey, Tom Grimmer, fourth row: Bob Fellner, John Molinar, George Schaefer, Jim Hoffmann, Joe Kaiser, Michael Lunte, Fred Stein, Bob Truttman. ”A ticket to what?” The Senior Officials are a stu¬ dent organization, which keeps order in the crowded halls be¬ tween classes. Smooth and swift coordination of traffic is the major role of these seniors. They serve as the regulation — enforcement arm of the Student Court. Whenever a student is given a ticket by a Senior Of¬ ficial, he must subsequently ap¬ pear before the Court. A not so happy recipient! Lettermeris Club Sponsors Successful Homecoming The Lettermen’s Club, under the guidance of Mr. Gary Schuline, was active this year sponsoring the Football Dance and the annual Homecoming Celebration. Many thanks to the Lettermen’s Club for their great work in keeping up our Althoff spirit. OFFICERS—left to right: Gary Rio me. President; Gregory Determan. Vice- President; Mike Roth, Secretary; James Hamilton, Treasurer. LETTERMEN ' S CLUB—front row: John Genetti, John Deh- ler, Ron Me Far ling, Ray Schott, Mike Roth, Joe Bauer, Steve Wiget, Steve Keim, Bob Kassebaum, Steve Luecking, Mike Martino, second row: Steve Dietrich, Jim Shively, Gary Fahrner, Gary Blome, Tim Nesbit, John Goodwin, Gene Schneider, Bob Rigney, Jim Hamiltom, Terry Peters, third row: Mike Tiernan, John Torisky, Chris Huff, Mike Toenjes, Jim Donovan, Den Tomasovich, Rick Bingheim, Greg Determan, Gary Polesky, Jack Yaekel, fourth row: Larry Buser, Steve Joyce, Joe O ' Saben, Paul Goelz, Dave Voegtle, Joe Kaiser, George Schaefer, Dave Albers, Leon Sauget, Joe Hromadka, Bob Huebner, fifth row: Phil Wahlig, Otto Johnson, Jim Krenner, Pat Prindable, Pat Young, Don Weidemann, Ron Scher, Dan May, Rick Keefe. Senior Council Unifies Class Efforts SENIOR COUNCIL—front row, left to right: Paul Pickerel, Ray Schott, Mike Roth, Gary Fahrner, Rob Rigney, Terry Peters, second row: John Deckard, John Goodwin, Bob Hueb- ner, Steve Keim, Mike Martino, third row: Elmer Reichert, Greg Determan, Gary Poleskey, Gary Blome, Mike Eschenfeld¬ er, last row: Pat Prindable, Pat Young, Terry O ' Leary, Steve Wilburn, Jim Hamilton. For the purpose of unifying the efforts of the Senior Class, and leading the underclassmen of Althoff, a council of 21 mem¬ bers was inaugurated on the initiative of the seniors them¬ selves. This group has co-ord¬ inated the activities of the senior homerooms. Senior leaders in action with moderator, Sister Marie James. BOYS’ ART CLUB—first row. left to right: Steve Lindow. Jim Farmer. Bill One project was the painting of windows in the Christmas spirit. Roberts. Mike Reeb, Ken Monk. Mr. Guciardo (moderator), second row: Tom Butler, Steve Luecking. Rich Clark. Timmy Reaka, Mike Burns, Roy Foeller, Bob Juen, Den Tomasovich. Ray Schott, John Dehler, third row: George Smith. George Gasparich, Doug Becherer, Mark Strube, Mike Palmier, Dave Trent- man. Jim Stelling. Mike Frierdich, Steve Sautoff, Steve Wuller. fourth row: John Maher, Stan Haas, Rich Schoen, John Phillips. A.C.H.S. Art Clubs Work to Instill Spirit Perhaps the most colorful of Althoff’s extra¬ curricular activities is the Art Club. This year it has become well organized under the direction of Mr. John Guciardo, head of Althoff’s Art Department. The Art Club is constantly working on posters for various organizations and activities. Their production of spirit—inducing posters has been prolific. In addition, they have produced serious pieces of art, such as the Christmas paintings on the windows of the Meredith Home (see pic¬ ture below), and the Christmas message which they painted onto Althoff’s windows, " Joy to All, God Is Come.” They have been great promoters of spirit at all our home games. The Girls’ Art Club, moderated by Sister Norbert, Ad.P.P.S., is primarily in its orga¬ nizational phase. Its primary purpose is to prepare the girls for becoming active in Mr. Guciardo’s Art Club. It has helped to get the girls into the Crusader spirit. SOPHOMORE ART CLUB—front row, left to right: Patti Baker, Jeanne Head. Rosalie Wolfersberger, Janis Rice. Cheryl Corrigan, Joyce Ixinghauser, Lynda Vandewater, second row: Jeanne Morgan, Donna Edwards. Linda Nota. Berna- dine LaRlance, Diane Omelson, Charmaine Zamenski, Micky Quintin, Terri Donohue, third row: Kathy Kernan. Ronny Roden, Donna Giltner, Glenda Sher¬ man, Barb King. Cheryl Schuchman, Maribeth Farnham, Jackie Crystal, Mar ft. ' aret Belter, fourth row: Cindy Braun, Cathy Harris, Becky Kim, Jeanne Whitehead, Carol Behrle, Mary Obernuefemann, Mary Buss, Sue Schoendienst, Karel Cardwell, Sandy Dec hard, fifth row: Michelle Young, Patty Me Nay, Karen Burnham, Sue Gaa, Barb Mueller, Cheryl Blaha, Donna Posenuk. Carol Michael is. Works of a Christmas nature adorn the windows of the Meredith Home. I NHS Takes Part in Film Fest NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY—front row, left to right: Mike Martino, Terry Peters, Gene Dumstorff, Bill Zogg, Bob Emig, Bob Rigney, Bob Huebner, Steve Keim, Ben Meder, Andy Fellner, second row: Greg Ziombra, Dan Lueck- ing, Dan Edwards, John Molinar Joe Kaiser, Gary Polesky, Glenn Gain, Rich Schumacher, Steve Wuller, third row: Joe Elliott, Steve Luecking, Don Helfrich, Tom Lurtz, Mark Nold, Fred Stein, Mike Eschenfelder, Ben Kiehl. The National Honor Society of Althoff High School has participated in a Film Festi¬ val with the Notre Dame Honor Society this year. There were five movies shown at Notre Dame ' s Annunciation Hall Auditorium for N.H.S. members and other interested stu¬ dents. The movies were: " Advise and Con¬ sent”, " Cyrano deBergerac”, " CitizenKane”, ”Grapes of Wrath”, and " The Chalk Garden. ” Mr. George Podorski took over as moder¬ ator of the ACHS N.H.S. chapter in Feb¬ ruary of this year. He hopes to transform the N.H.S. into an active and vital organi¬ zation. Discussion after the film strip. Newspaper Staff Produces Fine School Publication After financial troubles terminated the printing of our ”Crusader”, the staff under Sister Angelita pulled a rabbit out of a hat. The paper survived through the combined efforts of the Student Body and the Paper Staff. A school-wide subscription drive, backed by the Crusader Spirit, retained for us one of our major spirit-instilling source. The " Crusader” reigns—long live the ”Crusader. ” PAPER EDITORS—left to right: Steve Bauer, Junior Editor; John Goodwin, Editor-in-chief; John Phillips, Junior Editor; Bob Ernig, Junior Sports Editor; Mike Eschenfelder, First Page Editor; Gene Schneider, Fourth Page Editor; Bob Huebner, Sports Editor; Greg Ziombra, Fourth Page Editor. XEW ' SPAPER STAFF—front row: Jerry Kolda, Mike Eschenfelder, Bob Emig, John Good¬ win, Greg Ziombra. Bob Huebner, Gene Schneider, John Phillips, Steve Clark, Steve Bauer, Andy Fellner, second row: Tom Lurtz, Gary Todoroff, Joe Burke, Dan Haas. George Smith, Greg l oss. Dave Biver, Dave Becker, Terry Peters, Mike Martino, Jim Grogan, third row: Jeanne Whitehead. Becky Kirn, Cathy Harris, Sue Gaa, Cindy Braun, John Genetti, Steve Wiget. Steve Keim, Steve Luecking, Thom Faust, David Hanneken. Fred Stein, fourth row: Terry O ' Leary, John Matejka, Patti McCarron, Kathy Yaeger, Peggy Hausmann, Mary Ann Genetti. Diane Arentsen, Barb Mueller, Cathy Dye, Karel Cardwell, Bill Zogg, Steve Reissen. fifth row: Ray Schott, Mike Lunte, Janice Tebbano, Anne Zacharski, Cheryl Le may. Bill Wood, Bill Frees, Jim Quirin, Joe Kaiser, Mark Rodriguez, Tony Heap, Bob Kehl, sixth row: Steve Wilburn, Bob Rigney, Terry Hemann, Brad Hill, Bob Fellner, Craig Heimburger, Pat Young. Pat Prindable, Jim Hamilton, Chris Zabawa, Richard Becherer, Tom Lang, John Dehler. Yearbook Staff Produce New Look in Annual These are the students who worked hard through¬ out the year to meet dead¬ line after deadline in the production of this year’s yearbook. This year’s ju¬ nior editors will take over the production of the supple¬ ment to this year’s year¬ book, to prepare them for their roles as senior editors next year. SENIOR YEARBOOK EDITORS-left row, from front: Terry Peters, editor- in-chief, Elmer Reichert, features editor, John Alolinar, senior section editor, Den¬ nis Hall, homeroom editor, Mike Martino, feature editor, right row, from front: Terry O ' Leary, sports editor. Den Tomasovich, art editor, Jim Hoffman, business man¬ ager, John Mueth, business manager, Rob Rigney, photography. YEARBOOK STAFF—front row, from left to right: Ben Meder, George Smith, Doug Becherer, Joe Burke, Terry Peters, second row: Mike Becker, Jerry Teb- bano, Mark Jasper, John Mueth, Terry O ' Leary . third row: John Molinar, Den Tomasovich. Rick Schoen, Steve Bauer, Elmer Reichert, fourth row: Fred Stein. Dave Witt, Tim Xesbit, Mike Martino. amera Club Becomes More Vibrant Organization The Camera Club, under Mr. Beine’s direction, has achieved excellence in pho¬ tography unmatched in re¬ cent years. This year their accomplishments have been considerable. They have be¬ come a larger organization, acquired additional mod¬ ern photographic equip¬ ment, remodeled the Cam¬ era Club room into one large dark room, and pro¬ duced excellent photogra¬ phy for the school paper and this yearbook. They are deserving of our praise. CAMERA CLUB—first row, left to right: Bob Canterbury, Terry O ' Leary, Ron McFar- ling, Steve Wuller, Jon Schwarz, Tom Twardowski, John Pavlik, Tom Behrman. sec¬ ond row: Jim Stewart, Bob Rigney, Tom Grimmer, Greg Ziombra, Jim Hamilton, Jim Grogan. Behind-the-scenes work of the Club. Prints in the making! Speech Club Distinguishes Itself in Competition Front Row, left to right: Mike Eschenfelder, Dan Edwards, Robert Neff, David River, John Matejka, second row: Steve DeLaney, Michael Martino, Terry True, Gregory Boskamp, William Wuller, third row: Marcia Bollman, Jill Bannon, Julie Eichenseer, Mary Ann Genetti, Patti McCarron, Terry Peters, fourth row: Cathy Kelly, Barb Hulling, Janice Teb- bano, David Becker, Robert Mueller. Throughout the year the Speech Club has distinguished itself in numerous speech meets and festivals. Under the direction of Mr. James Igel and Mrs. Joyce France. The five categories in which Althoff generally enters contes¬ tants are: extemporaneous speaking, original oratory, radio speaking, oral interpretation, and duet acting. Our Speech Club regularly participated in the Bi-State Catholic Interscholastic Speech League and Illinois Catholic Speech League. In February, Althoff entered the Illinois District Speech Meet, which was the first time they took part in a non-Catholic Speech contest. Three Althoff students won medals in this meet, qualifying them to go on to regional competition. SPEECH CLUB OFFICERS—left to right: Terry Peters, vice presi¬ dent; Mary Ann- Genetti, secretary; Mike Eschenfelder, president. Debate Club Captures Trophy Due to a lack of Debate compe¬ tition in our area the Debate Club drew little attention in the first part of the year. Since then the club has captured the second place title in the novice division of the Belleville Invitational Tourna¬ ment. The Debate Club has thus made great strides under the super¬ vision of the Debate Coach, Sister M. Francis, S.S.N.D. DEBATE CLUB—front row, left ot right: Mike Martino, Mike Eschen- felder, back row: Dan Edwards. John Matejka, John Genetti. DEBATE TROPHY WINNERS—left to right: John Genetti, Mike Martino, Mike Eschenfelder, Dan Edwards. Front row, left to right: Bernadine ImB lance, Marjory Gor¬ don, Linda Nola, Jeanne Mongan, Diane Arentsen, Debbie Parker, Mary Anne Klym, Glenda Sherman, Diane Omelson, Mary Obernuefemann, Carol Behrle, Donna Edwards, second row: Rosemary Munie, Carolyn Obernuefemann, Jennine Plough, Peggy Hausmann, Christine Sallade, Mary Ann Warhoover, Dianne Obernuefemann, Maribeth Farnham, Donna Posenuk, Micky Quintin, Jacqueline Crystal, Mar¬ garet Belter, third row: Eileen Nowak, Barbara Crennage, Susan Schoendiest, Karel Cardwell, Cathy Harris, Jeanne Whitehead, Cindy Braun. Susan Gaa, Cheryl Blaha, Chris Lang, Sandy Deckard, Cindy Heiman, fourth row: Chris Richter, Patti McCarron, Kathy Yaeger, Cathy Dye, Bar¬ bara Mueller, Becky Kirn, Cheryl Corrigan, Jan is Rice, Joyce Langhauser, Rosalie Wolfersberger, Christine Wolfers- berger, Jo Ann Schwaegel, fifth row: Robert Juen, Joseph Elleote, James Timper, Dwight Thomas, Tom Lurtz, William Zogg, Mark Rodriguez, John Shetterby, Walter Geppert. French Club Becomes New Organization A boys " Cercle Francois” meeting. GIRLS OFFICERS—left to right: Cathy Yaeger, Treasurer; Glenda Sherman. Secretary; Diane Artenson, President; Cheryl Blaha, Vice President. This cultural group has made much headway in our 65-66 school year. Under the heading of ”Cercle Francais”, forty girls and twelve boys are partici¬ pants in weekly French activities. At the ”Evening with the Teachers” the group performed skits for the parents. Band Sees Brighter Future Band—first row, left to right: B. Stein, D. Schwemmer, B. Bauer, J. Dickerson, D. Pfeiffer, T. Mathias, G. Poles key, second row: B. Kiehl, D. Becherer, V. Behrmann, J. Dono¬ van, M. Buehlharn, L. Bollman, B. Miller, third row: G. Brenner, C. Zahawa, D. Schwartz, R. Hoeffken, T. McDier- mon, E. Kloustermeyer, G. Reis, M. Fahsl, R. Becherer, B. Harter, E. Heet, D. Fielder, D. Musso, L. Winter, J. « Woss, J. Geiger, B. Schwaegel, D. Haas, fourth row: D. Muckenstrum, D. Newstrom, G. Schwaegel, R. Thovuenot, N. Etting, G. Voss, D. Taphorn, B. Heafner, S. Winter, R. Schumacher, J. Goodwin, S. Seibert, E. Kish, D. Rigney, S. Junker, S. Veto, J. Mueller, R. Becherer, G. Clemmons, J. Rule, D. Cermain, J. Fromme, B. Carriel, G. Gansmann, C. Schumacher, G. Schaefer. The newest addition to our Crusader Band this year is Fr. McEvilly, the director. Under Father’s supervision the Band presented an outstanding Christ¬ mas Concert, which drew more people than there were seats available. Con¬ sidering the vast improvement of this year’s Band we can look forward to a bright future. A.C.H.S. Band Concert BAND OFFICERS—front row, left to right: Rich Schu¬ macher, Vice-President; John Goodwin, President; Jim Donovan, Treasurer, second row: Terry Mathias, Senior Advisor; Gary Poleskey, Senior Representative; George Schaefer, Secretary. A.C.H.S. Choruses Develop Vocal Talents FRESHMAN BOYS ' CHORUS—front row: left to right. John Wielter. Rich Grandcolas. Stephen Junker, Gary Blanquart, Mike Jacob, Glenn Vollmer, John Pier, Robert Voellinger, Dan Lucash, Doren Recker, Jim Luecktng, Fred Kramper, Gary Miller, second row: James Dehler, Syl Naliborski, Ray Fournie, Arthur Martin, Gary McElligete. Mike Kohl. Gene Canavan, Bruce Heafner, Bruce Vich, William Schaab. Bob MacBush, Mike Murry, third row: Bud Gansmann. Peter Engels. Randy Karfs. Mike Tissier, Barry Wallace , Henry Beykirch, Charlie Eisels. John Hipskind, Reads Moore, Bill Nebel, Mike Aiello, David Middendorf. David Poelker, fourth row: Bob Seitz. Bill Hausmann, Michael Roberts, David Kreuter, Steve Anich, Paul Roesch, Mike Schmidt. Mike Braun, Ed Szewczyk, Gary Gansmann, Mike Courtois. Mike Brueggeman, fifth row: Paul Biegler, Kent New. Melvin Byrd. Keith Roach. John Fehlker, Mike Hasenstab, Kennert Fritch, Robert Buehler. SOPHOMORE GIRINS ' CHORUS—front row: Brenda Oetjen, Karel Cardwell, Bernadine LaBlance, Judy Vanderbol, Donna Edwards, Jennine Plough, Linda Nota, Marjory Gor¬ don, second row: Janis Rice, Mary Ann Genetti, Cheryl Corrigan, Chris Lang. Sandy Deckard, Sue Gaa, Terri Donohue, third row: Diane Omelson, Glenda Sherman, Char- maine Zamenski, Debbie Parker, Diane Arentsen, Donna Crain, Cathy Dye. fourth row: Carol Michaelis, Jeanne • Whitehead. Patti McCarron, Cathy Harris, Barb Mueller. FRESHMAN GIRLS ' CHORUS—front row: Cynthia Hall, Barbara Walter. Sally Alexander, Dianne Schmidt. Mirtha Parodi, Janet Ziombra, Pat Baechle, Betty Hock. Sally Wolfersberger, Jill Bannon, Margo Mueller. Mary Haas, second row: Susan Smith, Kathy Oplt, Terry Bierbaum, Jane Ceglinski, Cathi John¬ son, Cathy Kelly, Sharon Koesterer, Anne Trautt. Kitty Vandewater, Karen Obernuefemann, Connie Voellinger. Mary Ann Post, Chris Woesthaus, third row: Susan Maxwell, Janice Tebbano, Cheryl Lemay, Lynda Stelzer, Janice Heimrich, Joanne Hinkel, Karen Koesterer, Nancy Carson, Debbie Finck, Debbie Archer, fourth row: Pat Dye, Mary Bach, Christy Howard, Susie Thom¬ as Doris Schneider, Janet Agne, Pam Schmid. Cindy Crannage, Marcia Boll- man. Pat Davlan, fifth row: Julie Eichenseer. Mary Schlattweiler, Kathleen Nowak. Rita Canales, Sue Arnold, Anne Zacharski, Janet Lauf. TRIPLE TRIO—front row, left to right: Karel Cardwell. Judy Vander¬ bol. Patti McCarron, Susan Gaa. second row: Donna Crain, Chris Lang. Debbie Parker. Cathy Dye, Donna Edwards. SOPHOMORE BOYS’ CHORUS—front row. left to right: Jim Mueller. Chris Zabaua, Tom Scheibel. second row: Stephen Neubling. Stephen Kaiser, third row: Michael Karfs. Librarians and Audio Visual Aids Serue the School LIBRARY ASSISTANTS—front row: Margo Mueller, Pat Dye. Christy Gerngross. Dianne Lickenbrock, Janice Tebbano. Pat Borman. Cathy Lehman, Jane Martin. Rita Canales, Betty Hock, Vivian Friederich, second row: Dottee Pajares, Cheryl Schuchman, Donna Edwards, Chris Lang, Carol Michaelis, Sara Capps, Janet Davis. Cindy Heiman, third row: Mark Noltkamper, Charles Weyhaupt. Mark Strube, Fred Stein, Tom Lang. Mike Bauer. Bob Mueller. Gary Blome. Terry Hemann. Brad Hill, James Shively, Albert Haas, fourth row: Louis Pavlik. Dick Nixon. Bob Huebner. Greg Ziombra, John Dehler. Ray Thoman, Don Sobczak, Frank Wood. Ken Krausz, Jim Guenther, Paul Benavidez. Herman Dierkes, fifth row: Mark Nold, Mark Rodriguez, Dave Bitter, Larry Buser. Steve Tiede- mann, Gary Schwaegel, Bob Foster, Bob Blair, Clarence Kalert. Jeff Whitney. Otto John¬ son. Donald Taphorn, sixth row: Chris Huff, Dave Robertson, Kevin Mcbride. Robert Neff, Bill Dahm, Jim Quirin, Steve Sternau, John Brisk, Howard Reininger. Steve Lindow. SISTER M. HELEN. OSU Library The librarians accomplish the difficult task of keeping our li¬ brary in order. We appreciate their faithful assistance rendered throughout the year. Equally ap¬ preciated are the services done for the school by the audio-visual staff. AUDIO-VISUAL AIDES—front row. left to right: Steve Bauer. Bill Zogg. Dave Bitter. Rick Luecking, Robert Voellinger, Bob Fellner. George Hebei, second row: Rick Schoen. Joe Burke, Sharon Aiello, Christy Richter, Carl Btegler, Bill Bina, third row: Don Tap- horn. Mark Nold, Gary Gebhart, Micky Quintin, Chris Douglas. Jerry Huling, Steve Howard. OUR BOARD—left to right: Mr. Adrian Bauer, Fr. Donald Blaes, Ferd Mueller, and Rt. Rev. Msgr. Gregory Holtgrave who is Msgr. Lawrence O’Connell, Msgr. Leonard A. Bauer, Chairman missing from the picture, of the Board, Msgr. Joseph Stenger, Mr. Leslie Schrader, Dr. Althoff’s Board Directs School Affairs Althoff is now in its second year. During this time the Althoff board has guided the school with foresight and skill. Much of the work now being done by the board will not have its full effect until coming years when the effort that has been made now will have provided a secure future. Mothers’ Club Is Actiue at Althoff A Typical Thursday Evening We thank the Mother ' s Club for their support of our school. We can always use the helping hand of a friend. Fr. Blaes speaks to the Mothers Fathers and Friends Club Backs School Activities The officers of the Fathers ' and Friends ' Club conduct a regular business meeting. The Fathers’ and Friends’ Club has contributed much to the activities of Althoff. They have donated much needed equipment to the Cam¬ era Club, without whose help this yearbook would have been impossible. They are always willing to give financial aid to the school and to student organizations. The club has an interesting program of guest speakers. Exchange Club Presents Freedom Shrine Dedication ceremony in the gym. Fr. Blaes receives the Shrine on our behalf. Father expresses our thanks to the Exchange Club. The first school in the area to re¬ ceive the National Exchange Club’s Freedom Shrine, Althoff High hopes it can live up to the honor bestowed upon us. It is the wish of every true Crusader to live according to the laws of our democratic country. Personal thanks from Father. Seniors Take All Honors at Talent Show FIRST PLACE WINNERS—Goodwin and Varone: duet in percussion. . . . an’ I wanna diamond-studded billy club Gain and Helfrich’s " Girl from Ipanema” takes sec ond place. Charlie Weyhaupt takes third place. Through the efforts of Mr. Clark, Althoff successfully produced another great talent show. This year the seniors swept the show, taking the first three places in the show. John Goodwin was a hit in the show as he, for the third year in a row, took first place honors. . . . and who disguised as Eugene Weilbacher . . . Janet Graul, CAPTAIN Becky Kirn Magnificent Seven Spark Spirit atAlthoff THE GROUP— counterclockwise from left: Chris De Antoni, Janet Graul, Judy Mau¬ ser, Connie Stuart, Becky Kirn, Mary Ellen Moehle, Elaine Biehl. Elaine Biehl Mary Ellen Moehle Connie Stuart Judy Mauser Junior Varsity Heightens Hopes OUR JV ' S—clockwise from lower left: Barb Muel¬ ler, Cathy Lehman, Mary Baldree, Barb Voellin- ger, Margo Mueller, Jeanne Whitehead. That Althoffs Future Will Be Bright OUR QUEEN: Elaine Biehl Our Football Queen THE COURT—front: Chris De Antoni, Judy Mauser, Mary Ellen Moehle, back: Janet Graul, Elaine Biehl, Connie Stuart. Bob Kassebaum escorts Mary Ellen Moehle. Jim Hamilton escorts Janet Graul. Steve Keim escorts Judy Mauser. Pat Young escorts Chris De Antoni. Mike Roth escorts Connie Stuart. Homecoming John Goodwin escorts Mary Pat Hoff Ray Schott escorts Mary Kay Schrey Mary Pat Hoff reigns as Homecoming Queen. Greg Determan escorts Linda Nuetzel Pat Prindable escorts Mary Pat Rigdon Tim Nesbit escorts Dorotha Graham Gary Poleskey escorts Kathy Brady THE COURT—left to right: Mary Beth Mueller and Joe Kaiser, Schneider , Cathy Biehl and Tom Twardowski, Peggy Stelling Peggy Mauch and Jim Donovan , A ary Mueller and Greg and Jim Wisher, Cecilia Gass and Tom Behrman Ziombra, Paulette Kelly and John Varonne, Pat Seper and Gene Football 1965 1965 VARSITY, front row, left to right; Mike Becker— manager, Mike Kohl, Larry Buser, Bob Truttmann, Phil Wahlig, Bob Kassebaum, Steve Keim, Jim Hamilton, Ron McFarling, Steve Joyce, Mike Frierdich, Wayne Sc her, Gerry Reis—manager. Second row; Joe O ' Saben, Dave Voegtle, Charles Dori, Otto Johnson, Gary Fahrner, Terry Flach, Mike Roth, Leon Sauget, Reg Helwig, Tom Johnson, Bill Sobczak, Rick Keefe, Glen Vollmer. Third row; Head Coach Max Hamilton, Chris Huff, Don Dahlman, Steve Wiget, Pat Young, Joe Bauer, John Genetti, Dennis Forni, Gary Blome, Mike Toenjes, Bob Halvachs, Rick Bingheim, Junior Brenner, Assistant Coach Glenn Schott. Fourth row; Mike Haltbauer—manager, Rick Seiben, Mike Jung, Steve Diet- rich, Paul Goelz, Mike Tiernan, John Torisky, Jim Kroner, George Schaefer, Ron Scher, Don Weidemann, Dave Albers, Terry Collins, Joe Hromadka — manager. The coaching staff. INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS TEAM STATISTICS Record 2 -8 Total Points 90 First downs 99 Yards gained (Net) 1725 Rushing yardage 1242 Passing yardage 483 Passes 48 123 Passes intercepted 6 Fumbles recovered 16 Fumbles lost 20 Punts 37 - 27.6 SCHEDULE CRUSADERS OPPONENTS 0 Cahokia 9 27 Edwardsville 20 0 C.B.C. 33 6 Urbana 27 7 Chaminade 19 6 B.T.H.S. 14 0 St. Louis U. High 21 26 Marquette 13 6 Lincoln 7 12 Assumption 20 Rushing Yards Carries Average P. Roth 445 95 4.7 Keim 241 49 4.9 Toenjes 171 50 3.4 Blome 152 31 4.9 Passing Attempts Completions Yards Keefe 113 42 435 P. Roth 10 6 48 Receiving Receptions Yards Average Scher 15 207 13.8 Weidemann 7 105 15.0 Keim 10 67 6.7 Tackles Torisky 61 O. Johnson 60 Blome 56 Weidemann 52 Hamilton 51 Young hits ' em low. Coach Hamilton goes over some final points with co-captains Gary Blome and Mike Toenjes. Gary brings ’im down. ' Is he gonna throw the bomb? fV if ' f ® tr - ••p V • N " Now ya see this is the way I want it doneV ' And Keim off and gone. ' Now where? " Scher pulls it in for 6 POINTS! Crusader linemen show their stuff. Dahlmann takes a welcome rest. Roth bolts through Pioneer defense. A.C.H.S. Schedule OPPONENTS 20 Cahokia 6 20 Edwardsville 18 7 Lincoln 7 21 East St. Louis 13 27 Chaminade 16 19 Assumption 13 14 B.T.H.S. 41 0 C.B.C. 7 Statistics Record Total Points First Downs Total Yardage Rushing Yardage Passing Yardage Passes Fumbles Recoveries Punts Sophomore Team Good Tackle, fella. " Rebounding from an 0-7 record as Freshmen, the ’65 Sophomore Football Team finished its season with a remark¬ able 5-2-1 slate. With notable victories over such stiff opponents as Cahokia, Edwardsville, and East St. Louis, the team went on to display a bright new look which we hope will continue to blossom as members of the Varsity next year.” 5-2-1 128 87 2049 1222 827 29-60 6 24-29.7 yds. 1965 SOPHOMORE FOOTBALL TEAM—front row, left to right: Randy Lucash, Pete Maul, Bob Lucash, Allen Kolakowski, Bob Pheiffer, Jim Webb, Bob Boryska, Steve Seibert, Dave Musso, Ron Toenjes, second row: Manager John Brisk, Curt Bauer, Steve Koenig, Larry Ward, Larry Tomasovich, Mike Omera, Mike Schomber, Tom Barmon, Steve Schaeffer, Bill Sobczak, Keith Baily, Tom Gass, Al Kronenberger. Manager Louis Pavelic, third row: Coach Dan Fizer, Larry Hoff, Tom Johnson, Mike Blair, Mike Koste- lac, Carl Bauer, Joe Stabile. Dennis Beaumont. Jim Wright, Rich Janssen. Steve Sternau, Dick Xixon, Wayne Scher. A.C.H.S. 20 Schedule Cahokia OPPONENTS 0 6 C.B.C. 0 14 Landsdown 0 20 Assumption 6 47 Alton 0 27 Dupo 0 20 B.T.H.S. 6 Statistics Record Total Points First Downs Total Yardage Rushing Yardage Passing Yardage Passes Fumble Recoveries Punts 7-0 154 73 1346 1131 215 14-35 11 11 - 26.5 yds. Freshman Team Engels brings him down. " For the first time in the history of Althoff football one of our teams has finished the season undefeated. Striving to a perfect 7-0 record, a tough Fresh¬ man squad conquered such rugged foes as Cahokia, C.B.C., Assumption, and B.T.H.S. With only 12 points scored against them the entire season, we look for great things from them in the future. ” 1965 FRESHMAN FOOTBALL TEAM—front row, left to right: Glenn Vollmer, Nick Sprague. Ed Szewczyk, Mike Roberts, Roger Holtmann, Gary Miller, Dan Lucash, Doug Auffarth, Greg Gund- lach, Bruce Kirn, second row: Trainer Rich Perez, Mike Kohl, Don Rigney, Steve Schutte, Jack Meis- ter, John Hipskind, John Heger, Bob Tribout, Ju¬ nior Brenne r, Gene Canavan, Craig Weidemann, Dick Joyce, Manager Gary Gansmann, third row: Coach Mr. Mackin, Buddy Gansmann, Dave Sto- vey. Bob Porter, Dan Theussing, John Fritche, Doren Recker, Joe Benson, Jerry Villemain, Mike Por- tell, Kevin Smith, Steve Hechenberger, Head Coach Mr. Gagen, fourth row: Peter Engels, Steve Fargo, Jim Winters, Bill Dahlmann, Ron Peil, Joe Glau¬ ber, Ray Christopher, Rick Sieben, Bob Sisk, Lenny Behnen. Varsity Basketball 1965-66 VARSITY BASKETBALL TEAM—front row, left Ben Stein, Rick Luecking, Greg V ' oss, Don Dallao, Ron to right: Coach Jerry Koehler, Dan May, Rick Keefe, Greg Scher, Don Weidemann, Manager Gary Todoroff Determan, Mike Moore, Larry Buser, second row: Manager COACH Jerry Koehler A.C.H.S. Varsity Opponents 51 Cahokia 64 48 Augustinian 62 61 Mater Dei 75 56 Duchesne 47 46 Assumption 56 50 Beaumont 70 55 Highland 70 53 Nashville 51 59 Decatur St. Teresa 50 47 Bethalto 54 55 Roxana 71 57 O’Fallon 58 57 Lincoln 59 83 Freeburg 38 72 Chaminade 51 72 Lebanon 64 67 Marquette 46 54 Chaminade 64 60 Mascoutah 56 62 Augustinian 51 54 B.T.H.S. Assumption 0 REGIONAL-SEC TIONA L -STATE CARTAIX Greg Determan Junior Varsity 1965-66 JUNIOR VARSITY BASKETBALL TEAM— front row. left to right: Manager Ron Neff, Larry Buser, Jim Webb, Bob Lucash, Bob Emig, Pat Roth, SWISH! These were two of the record breaking 83 points scored by the CRUSADERS against Free burg. Skaer about to pour in two for the J. V. ’s. Coach Glenn Schott, second row: Mike Moore, Rick Luecking, Don Dallao, Mike Skaer, Dave Gifford, Tom Johnson. Keefe hooks it up! Time out for plans! Coach Koehler and Coach Schott discuss pre-game strategy. Tough Crusaders fight for ball. Weidemann all the way. Weidemann rebounds as Keefe observes. l oss shows his style. Determan shows his stuff. Crusaders overcome opponents. Koss chalks up two. Crusader Keefe snags rebound. Sophomore Team 1965-66 SOPHOMORE BASKETBALL TEAM—front Schaefer, Coach Glenn Schott, third row: Manager row, left to right: Pat Roth. Tom Kloess, Bob — Ken McDade. Jim Cerha. Dave Gifford. Mike Skaer, Lucash. Dave Musso, second row: Manager Jerry Tarry Hoff, Tom Johnson. Kolda, Jim Webb, Ron Toenjes, Randy Lucash, Paul Freshman Team 1965-66 FRESHMAX BASKETBALL TEAM—front row, left to right: Gary Gansaman, Henry Brenner, Bob Tribout, Rick Perz, Ed Szewczyk, Roger Helf- rich, Joe Benson, second row: Mike Kohl, Dick Joyce, Steven Anich, John Friche, Craig Weidamann, Gary Lich, Manager Revis Moore, third row: Coach Dan Fizer, Bill Dalhmann, Richard Sieben, Jim Winter, Jack Voss, Len Bahan, Ron Piel, Manager Bob Voellinger. FR. WALTER BARR Religion I,IV, Head of Re¬ ligion Department, Moder¬ ator 4-107 Religion Department Father Barr lectures on salvation history. FR. L. BAENEN, OMI Religion 11,IV, Tutoring Club, YCS, Moderator 4- 106 FR. C. PARKER, OMI Religion III, English II, YCS, Moderator 2-104 FR. J. FRERKER Religion I FR. L. MISHO, OMI Religion II, III, IV, Moder¬ ator 3-101 4-105 FR. M. MACHOVEC, OMI Religion I, English II, YCS, Moderator 2-110 FR. P. BRUENING Religion I, II, IV, Modera¬ tor 2-214 SR. M. ELIZABETH, Ad.PP.S. Religion 1,11, Guidance, Moderator 1-31 7 FR. IB HJORTH Religion III, IV SISTER MARY FRANCIS, S.S.N.D. English, Am. History, Re¬ ligion, Debate Moderator, Moderator 2-207 MRS. JOYCE FRANCE Speech, English, Speech Club Moderator MRS. LOUISE MONKEN English, P.E. English Department oK. MARIE JAMES, S.S.N.D. English I, IV, Head of Eng¬ lish Department, National Honor Society Moderator, Moderator 4-112 SR M. DE LELLIS S.S.N.D. Sr. Marie James lectures on clear composition. Developmental Reading, Notehand, Clerical Record Keeping, Moderator 1-103 MR. FREDERICK J. LOTZ, JR. Latin II, English II, Mod¬ erator 1-213 SR. M. ANGELITA, OSU English IV, Religion I, Moderator 3-213 MR. W. CLARK English I, Moderator 1-212 SR. M. IRENE, AD.PP.S. English II, III, Miss ion Moderator, Moderator 1- 211 Mr. Podorski lectures on calculus. Mathematics Department MR. EDWARD GRAELISH Essentia I Math I. Plane Geometry, Moderator 2-211 SR. PATRICK ANN S.S.N.D. Algebra I, Geometry, Mod¬ erator 1-316 MR. CHRISTOPHER NIEMANN Algebra 1. 11. Moderator 1- 205 MR. ANTHONY GATAVVAKAS Algebra I, P.E. MR. GEORGE PODORSKI Physics, Unified Geometry, Advanced Math I,IV, Audio- Visual Director, Head of Math Department MR. DAN FIZER Plane Geometry, Trig Solid, P.E., Soph. Football Coach, Frosh Basketball and JV Baseball Coach MR. JAMES RICHERT Civics, World History,. Yearbook Moderator, Mod¬ erator 4-114 MR. JERRY KOEHLER U.S. History, World His¬ tory, Head Basketball Coach, Student Court Mod¬ erator MR. GARY SCHULINE U.S. History, American Problems, Lettermen ' s Club Moderator, Modera¬ tor 3-211 SR. M. NORBERT, AD.PP.S. World History I, II, Reli¬ gion I, Moderator Girls ' Art Club, Moderator 2-208 MR. GLENNON SCHOTT Sociology and Economics, P.E., Asst. Football Coach, Asst. Basketball Coach Social Studies Department MR. WILLIAM ORLET World History, American Problems. Moderator 3-215 MR. JOHN GAGEN Geography, P.E., Fresh¬ man Football Coach, Var¬ sity Track Coach During a test Mr. Igel paces the aisles. MR. JAMES BEINE Biology, Camera Club, Moderator 3-310 SR. MARIE, OSU Chemistry, Head of Sci¬ ence Department, YCS, Moderator 3-318 Sister Marie ' s class in action. SR. MARIELLA, OSU Biology, YCS, Moderator 1-314 SR. MICHAEL DE DEO, S.S.N.D. Biology Sister Melanie drills her class on French verbs. Language Department SR. JOHN MARY, AD.PP.S. French I,II,IV, Asst. French Club Moderator, Moderator 1-216 SR. CELESTINE, AD.PP.S. Latin I, III, Moderator 1-111 Music Department SR. M. CECILIANA, S.S.N.D. Band, General Music, Head of Music Depart¬ ment, Moderator Boys ' and Girls ' Choruses FR. JOHN W. McEVILLY Band SR. JOAN MARIE, AD.PP.S. General Business, Typing I, Bookkeeping, Moderator 1-215 Mr. Horvat watches busy fingers peck out their assignments. MR. KEVIN KELLY Business Law, Business Math, Moderator 2-215 Business Department Counseling Department MR. GEORGE HORVAT Business Communica¬ tions, Typing, Counseling Department Head, Moder¬ ator 4-113 FR. ROBERT J. O’SHEA Counselor, YCS Modera¬ tor Physical Education Human pyramids are common in boys MR. MAX HAMILTON Drivers Education, P.E., Head of P.E. Department, Athletic Director, Head Football and Baseball Coach . . . and girls ' P.E. classes. Girls in home economics model their latest creations. For the first time at Althoff the Home Economics Department is in action. With the advent of young women to the halls of ACHS homemaking was included in the curriculum. This year sophomore girls learned the technics necessary to manage a modern household. This training will aid them when they leave ACHS. MR. JOHN GUCIARDO Mechanical Drawing, Art, Head Art and Me¬ chanical Drawing Departments, Art Club Moderator Mechanical Drawing Department Art Department Under the able leadership of Mr. Guciardo the Art De¬ partment has contributed much to the school. Designs for school dances and for the band concert were originated in the Art Department. Dur¬ ing football season spirit ban¬ ners were always in evidence. During the Christmas season the Art Club decorated the front windows of the school with yuletide greetings. Also the class of 1966 thanks the Art Club for the work done on the PROM. In its Mechanical Drawing Department Althoff trains its future draftsmen the tricks of the trade. The skills ac¬ quired in this class will help its members to be more pro¬ ductive citizens. Mechanical Drawing is one of the many growing assets of Althoff High. Fr. Daly Handles Curricular Affairs Father Richard Daly, Assistant Principal Mr. McAteer Oversees Extra-Curricular Activities Mr. John McAteer, Dean of Students Secretaries Render Their Seruices SECRETARIES—left to right: Miss Patricia Boevingloh, Miss Carolyn Jung, Mrs. Bea Haas, Mrs. Virginia Cole. Cooks Serue Tioo Menus This Year Above are the ladies who kept our records and took care of our secretarial needs. These are the ladies who daily served us fine hot meals. COOKS—left to right: Mrs. Hedwig Geolat, Mrs. Cecilia Smith, Mrs. Malinda Blaes, Mrs. Marie Crannage, Mrs. Ida Rensing, Mrs. Paula Jacob. Custodians Take Care of School Pictured here are the men and ladies who kept the school in operating order dur¬ ing the past year. MAINTENANCE HELP: Mrs. Carnation Christ, Miss Adele Sainteve, Mrs. Eula lia Helvey, Mr. Bernard Trotter, Mrs. Amanda Orlet, Mr. Jacob Schaefer CUSTODIANS: Mr. John Fink, Mr. Joseph Kenneker, Mr. Hugo Schwaegel, Mr. Jacob Orlet, Mr. Charles Schaefer, Mr. Otto Blaes. SENIORS DAVE ALBERS Football 2,4; Speech 1,2; Intramurals 1,2,4; Letter- men’s Club 4. JOSEPH BAUER Football 1,2,3,4; Basket¬ ball 1,2; Intramurals 1, 2,4; Art Club 3,4; Class Officer 4; Perfect Atten¬ dance 2; Lettermens Club 4. RICH ACKER Sodality; Football Manag¬ er 2; Intramurals. TILLO AGNE Class Officer 3; Intramu¬ rals 1,2; Perfect Atten¬ dance 1,2,3. MICHAEL BACH BRUCE ALBERTER Intramurals 1,2,4. MIKE BAUER Art Club 3,4; Office Work¬ er 1; Intramurals 1,2; Li¬ brary 4; Cafeteria 1; Home¬ room Officer 2. TOM BEHRMAN Intramurals 1,2,4; Art Club 3,4; Camera Club 4; Paper Staff 4; Yearbook Staff 2; Baseball 1,2; Class Officer 2; Track 4; Library 3. CHARLES BERK EL Intramurals 1,2,4; Library 1,3; Sodality 3. MARK BERENS Intramurals 1.2,4. DAVE BERTELSMAN Intramurals 1,2,4; Class Officer 2. RICK BING HEIM Football 1,2,3,4; Intramur¬ als 1,2; Sodality 2; Senior Official 3; Class Officer 2; Art Club 4. TOM BIVER Football 1; Basketball 1,2; Intramurals 1,2,4; Speech 1; Sodality 2. GARY BLOME Football 1,2,3,4; Basket¬ ball 1,2,3; Baseball 1,2,3, 4; Perfect Attendance 1,2, 3,4; Senior Official 4; Let- termen ' s Club 3,4; Class Officer 3,4; Senior Coun¬ cil 3,4; Honor Service Let¬ ter 3; Sodality 2; Intramur¬ als 1,2,4; Library 4. MIKE BUDDE Football 1; Honor Roll 2, 3; Yearbook 1; Perfect At¬ tendance 1,2,3; Intramur¬ als 1. TOM BUTLER Cafeteria 1. JEFF BOYNE Intramurals 1,2,4. BOB CANTERBURY Homeroom Officer 2; In¬ tramurals 1,2,4; Art Club 3,4. BOB BLAIR Library Assistant 4; So¬ dality 1; Lab Assistant 2. BOB BOUL Class Officer 1; Honor Roll 4; Perfect Attendance 1,2,3. RICH CLARK ntramurals 1,2,4. JOHN DANIELS Speech 1,2; Sodality 1,2; Intramurals 1,2,4; Foot¬ ball 1; Paper Staff 1; Cam¬ era Club 4; Art Club 3,4. JIM DAVLAN Assumption High School 1,2,3. JOHN DEHLER Sodality 1,2,3; Basketball Manager 2; Football Man¬ ager 3; Class Officer 3,4; Intramurals 1,2,4; Art Club 3,4; Lettermen’s Club 4; Library 4; Senior Offi¬ cial 4; Perfect Attendance 2 . DON DAHLMANN Football 1,2,3,4; Sodality 1,2,3; Art Club 3,4; Home¬ room Officer 1,2,3,4; Let- termen’s Club 4; Library 1; Intramurals 1,2,4; Track 3; Speech 1; Paper Staff 1,2; Student Council 1 . JIM DARR Sodality 1; Library 3; Au¬ dio-Visual Aid 3; Intra¬ murals 4; Lab Assistant 3. JOHN DECKARD Football 1,2,3,4; Ij room Officer 1,2,3,4; Intra- murals 1,2,4; Honor Ser¬ vice Letter 3; Lettermen’s Club 3,4; Sodality 2,3; Track 3,4; Art Club 3,4; Perfect Attendance 1; Pa¬ per 3. GREG DETERM AN Basketball 1,2,3,4; Base¬ ball 2,4; Sodality 1;Home¬ room Officer 1,2; Class Of¬ ficer 3; Junior Council 3; Lettermen’s Club 3,4; Track 3; Senior Council 4; Senior Official 3; Art Club 4. STEVE DIETRICH Football 2,3,4; Intramur¬ als 1,2,4; Basketball 1,2; Office Worker 4; Letter- men ' s Club 4. JAMES DOWNS Football 1; Cafeteria 3. ALLEN DURKEE Transfer from St. Henry 4; Intramurals 4. RON ENGLERTH JAMES DONOVAN Manager Baseball 1,2; Manager Football 2; Speech 1; Band 1,2,3,4; In¬ tramurals 1,2,4; Class Of¬ ficer 1; Lettermen’s Club 2,3,4; Perfect Attendance 3; Sodality 3; Track 3; Band Officer 4. KURT DRESSEL Camera Club 1,2,3,4; In¬ tramurals 1,2; Lab i4ss s- tant 2; Paper Staff 1,2,3, 4; Yearbook 1,2,3,4. DAN EDWARDS Paper Staff 3; Debate 4; National Honor Society 3, 4; Class Officer 1. MIKE ESCHENFELDER Sodality 1,2,3; Speech 1,2, 3,4; Debate 3,4; Paper Staff 3,4; National Honor So¬ ciety 2,3,4; Perfect Atten¬ dance 1,3,4; Honor Roll 1, 2,3,4; Honor Service Let¬ ter 4; Senior Council 3,4. GARY FAHRNER Homeroom Officer 1,3,4; Football 1,2,3,4; Track 3, 4; Intramurals 1,2; Basket¬ ball 1,2; Sodality 1,2,3; Art Club 3,4; Honor Service Letter 3; Lettermen ' s Club 3,4; Honor Roll 1,2,3,4; Se¬ nior Official 4. JIM FARMER Football 1,2; Basketball2; Class Officer 2; Intramur¬ als 1,2; Art Club 3,4. TERRY FELDMAN Intramurals 2,3; Baseball 4. JOHN FEURER Cafeteria 1,2. BOB FELLNER Honor Roll 1,2; Intramur¬ als 1,2; Sodality 1,2; Class Officer 2; Paper Staff 3,4; Yearbook 3; Senior Offi¬ cial 4. ROY FOELLER Art Club 4; Intramurals 1,2; Audio—Visual Aid 3; Perfect Attendance 2,3,4. ROBERT FOSTER Library Assistant 1,2,4. LOU FUSSELL Intramurals 1,2,4; Speech 2; Cafeteria 2; Art Club 3, 4; Perfect Attendance 2,4. GLENN GAIN GEORGE GASP A RICH Band 1,2; Cafeteria 1; Na- Sodality 1,2,3; Intramur- tional Honor Society 3,4; als 1,2; Art Club 3,4, Talent Show 1,2. JOHN GENETT1 Sodality 1; Paper Staff 4; Debate 4; Basketball 1,2; Football 1,2,3,4; Track 3; Intramurals 1,2; Student Council Officer 4; Letter- men’s Club 4; Class Of¬ ficer 1,2; Student Council 1 , 2 . PHILLIP GOSCINSKI Honor Roll 1,2; Intramur¬ als 1,2,4; Perfect Atten¬ dance 3. JOHN GOODWIN Football 1; Intramurals 1, 2,4; Yearbook 1,2; Honor Service Letter 2; Band 1,2, 3,4; Sodality 1,2,3; Class Officer 1,2,3,4; Talent Show 2,3,4; Track 3,4; Pa¬ per Staff 1,2,3,4; Letter- men’s Club 2,3,4; Art Club 3,4; Honor Roll 2; Student Council Officer 4. STEVE GRAHAM Intramurals 1,2,4; Paper Staff 1; Band 1,2,3. MARK GRAY Chaminade High School 1, 2. THOMAS GRIMMER Football 1,2; Cafeteria 1,2; Sodality 1,2; Intramurals 1,2,4; Art Club 4; Senior Official 4; Bridge Club 3; Officer Worker 4. TIM HALLORAN Yearbook 1; Intramurals 1,2; Speech 2; Art Club 3, 4; Sodality 2; Homeroom Officer 2. CRAIG HEIMBURGER Intramurals 1,2,4; Band 1, 2,3; Paper Staff 3,4; Caf¬ eteria 1,2; Art Club 4; Li¬ brary Assistant 1,2; Per¬ fect Attendance 1. JAMES GROGAN St. Henry Seminary 1,2,3; Camera Club 4; Newspa¬ per 4. JAMES HAMILTON Football 1,2,3,4; Basket¬ ball 1,2,3; Baseball 1,2, 3,4; Sodality 2,3; Home¬ room Officer 1,2,3,4; In¬ tramurals 2,4; Perfeot At¬ tendance 2,3,4; Honor Ser¬ vice Letter 3; Student Council Rep. 2,4; Speech 1; Lettermen’s Club 3,4; Art Club 4; Senior Offi¬ cial 4. DENNIS HALL Talent Show 1; Homeroom Officer 1; Honor Roll 2; Yearbook Editor 3,4; Year¬ book Ad Salesman 2; So¬ dality 3. GEORGE HEBEL Speech 1,2; Class Officer 1; Library Assistant 1,2; Perfect Attendance 1; Caf¬ eteria 1,2. ROBERT HALVACHS Assumption High School 1, 2; Football 3,4; Baseball 3. DON HELFRICH Band 1,2; National Honor Society 2,3,4; Talent Show 1 , 2 . BOB HUEBNER Football 1; Honor Society 2,3,4; Honor Roll 1,2,3,4; Baseball Manager 1; Speech Club 1,2; Art Club 1,2,3,4; Sodality 1,2,3; In¬ tramurals 1,2,4; Letter- men ' s Club 2,3,4; Honor Service Letter 2; Perfect Attendance 2; Class Of¬ ficer 1,2,3,4; Paper Staff 1,2,3,4; Paper Editor 3,4; Yearbook Staff 1,2,3; Li¬ brary 4; Cafeteria 2; Tal¬ ent Show 3. BRADLEY HILL Paper Staff 3,4; Speech 1, 2; Library 2,3,4; Senior Of¬ ficial; Cafeteria 1; Intra¬ murals 1,2,4; Honor Roll 1 , 2 . TERRY HEM ANN Paper Staff 3,4; Honor Ser¬ vice Letter 3; Lettermen’s Club 3; Librarian 2,3,4; Intramurals 1,2,4; Perfect Attendance 1,2,3; Honor Roll 1,2. THOMAS HLADICK Art Club 3,4; Intramurals 1,2; Lab Assistant 3. JIM HOFFMANN Intramurals 1,2,4; Year¬ book 1,2,3,4; Art Club 4; Baseball 3,4; Senior Offi¬ cial 4; Yearbook Business Manager 4. LARRY KAFFER Intramurals 1,2,4. THOMAS JAKOUBEK Football 1. JOE KAISER Intramurals 1,2,4; Paper Staff 1,2; Yearbook 1,2; Sodality 1,2,3; Homeroom Officer 2,3; Lettermen ' s Club 3,4; Perfect Atten¬ dance 1; National Honor Society 2,3,4; Honor Roll 1,2,3,4; Senior Official 4; Honor Service Letter 3; Cafeteria 3. MICHAEL KANAK CRAIG KARFS Library 3; Intramurals 2; Intramurals 1,2. Cafeteria 3; Speech 1. DAN KARVELAT Cafeteria 2; Intramurals 1,2,4; Paper 2; Yearbook 2. ROBERT KEHL Homeroom Officer 1; Bas¬ ketball Manager 1; Intra¬ murals 1,2,4; Sociality 3; Paper Staff 4; Art Club 4; Perfect Attendance 1. STEVE KLEIN Football 1; Intramurals 1; Art Club . BOB KASSEBAUM Football 1,2,3,4; Basket¬ ball 1,2; Baseball 2; So¬ dality 1,2, 3; Homeroom Officer 3,4; Student Coun¬ cil Representative 3; Soc¬ cer 1,2; Perfect Attendance 1,3; Lettermen’s Club 3,4; Art Club 3,4. STEVE KEIM Football 1,2,4; Baseball 1, 2; Homeroom Officer 2,3; Intramurals 1,2; Sodality 2,3; Art Club 3,4; Year¬ book 1,2,3; Paper Staff 1, 2,3; Honor Service Letter 3; National Honor Society 2,3,4; Lettermen’s Club 3, 4; Student Council Repre¬ sentative 2; Talent Show 3,4; Honor Roll 1,2,3,4. MYRON KOERBER Class Officer 3; Intramur¬ als 1,2,4. JOSEPH KRAL Basketball 1,2; Track 3; Intramurals 1,2; Speech 1; Sodality 1,2,3; Art Club 3; National Honor Society 2, 3,4; Honor Roll 1,2,3; Per¬ fect Attendance 1,2. TOM LANG Columbus, Ohio 1,2,3; Art Club 4; Paper Staff 4. JOSEPH KRAMER Art Club 4; Intramurals 1,2,4; Perfect Attendance 2,3; Yearbook 4. CHARLES LEVY La Paz Bolivia 1,2,3; Stu¬ dent Council Representa¬ tive 4. STEVE LINDOW Sodality 2,3; Library 3; Audio-Visual 3; Art Club 3,4; Lab Assistant 3; Year¬ book Staff 4. ROBERT LOEHR Intramurals 1,2,4; Class Officer 2; Honor Roll 1,2. STEPHEN LUECKING Sodality 1; Art Club 3,4; Lettermen’s Club 3,4; Pa¬ per Staff 3,4; National Honor Society 2,3,4; Senior Official 4. MICHAEL LUNTE Intramurals 1,2,4; Class Officer 2; Sodality 1,2,3; Newspaper 3,4; Yearbook 3,4; Track 3,4; Art Club 3; Honor Service Letter 4; Honor Roll 1,2; Senior Of¬ ficial 4; Lab Assistant 3; Talent Show 1; Letter- men ' s Club 4; Perfect At¬ tendance 1,2,4. JOHN MATEJKA Speech 1,2,3,4; Paper Staff 3,4; Debate 1,2; Sodality 2,3; Class Officer 1. MICHAEL LU EC KING Honor Roll 1,2,3,4. MICHAEL MARTINO Football 1; Cafeteria 1; Paper 2,3,4; Yearbook 3,4; Speech 2,3,4; Band 1,2,3; Debate 3,4; Lettermens Club 3,4; Sodality 2,3;Na¬ tional Honor Society 2,3, 4; Senior Official 4; Lead¬ ership 1; Intramurals 1. THOMAS LUGGE Intramurals 1,2. TERRY MATHIAS Paper Staff 3.4; Band 1,2, 3,4; Yearbook 2. 1 I RONALD MC FA RUNG Football 1,2.3,4; Intramur¬ als 1,2,4; Speech 1,2; So¬ dality 1,2; Art Club 3,4; Honor Roll 1,2; Perfect At¬ tendance 1,2,3,4; Track 3, 4 DAVID M A UE Yearbook 1; Intramurals 4. MICHAEL M El RINK Intramurals 1,2.4; Honor Roll 2. HAROLD MC DONALD Intramurals 1,2; Class Of¬ ficer 1. BOB MC MULLIN Art Club 4. JAY METZLER JAMES M1DDENDORF TOM MITCHELL Cafeteria Worker 3.4. JOHN MOLINAR Class Officer 1,2,3,4; Year¬ book 3,4; Intramurals 1,2; Senior Official 4; National Honor Society 2,3,4; Stu¬ dent Council Rep . 1,2. ROBERT MUELLER Speech 2,3,4; Library As¬ sistant 4; Sodality 1,2,3; Intramurals 2,4. JOHN MUETH Yearbook 1,2,3,4; Intra¬ murals 1,2,4; Art Club 4; Perfect Attendance 2.4. DAVID NEFF Lettermen s Club 3,4; Football Manager 2,3; Bas¬ ketball Manager 2; Class Officer 1,2; Intramurals 1, 2,4; Track 3; Yearbook 1, 2 . ANTHONY MUNIE Intramurals 1,2; Lab As¬ sistant 3. TIM NESBIT Speech 1; Newspaper 3; Yearbook 3,4; Football 1, 2; Class Officer 2,3; Art Club 3,4; Sodality 2,3; Leadership 1; Intramurals 1,2,4; Honor Service Let¬ ter 3; Lettermen ' s Club 3, 4. TOM NILES MA RK NOLD Sodality 1,2; Intramurals 1,2,4; Cafeteria 2,3; Li¬ brary Assistant 3,4; Na¬ tional Honor Society 2,3,4; Audio-Visual Assistant 4. 4. JOHN PAVLIK St. Henry’s Seminary 1; Intramurals 4; Art Club 3,4; Office Worker 4; Cam¬ era Club 4. MIKE PASQUALONE Football 1,2,4; Baseball 1, 2; Basketball 1,2; Intra¬ murals 1,2. DENNIS PARKER Perfect Attendance 1,2,3. MIKE PALMIER Intramurals 1,2,4; Art Club 4. AL PARKER Football 2; Intramurals 2, 3,4; Art Club 3,4. TERRY PETERS Sodality 1,2,3; Speech Club 2,3,4; National Hon¬ or Society 2,3,4; Debate Club 3,4; Paper 3,4; Year¬ book 3,4; Yearbook Editor 4; Honor Service Letter 3; Student Council Officer 4; Lettermen’s Club 4. TERRY O’LEARY Intramurals 1,2; Student Council 3; Homeroom Of¬ ficer 3,4; Yearbook Editor 4; Camera Club 4; Sodal¬ ity 3; Art Club 3,4; Let¬ termen’s Club 4. JAMES OBERNUEFEMANN MICHAEL PHILLIPS Intramurals 2. PAUL PICKEREL Sodality 1,2, 3; Student Council 2,3,4; Homeroom Officer 1,2,3,4; Senior Of¬ ficial 4; Intramurals 1,2, 3,4; Football Manager 3; Talent Show 1; Yearbook 3; Honor Roll 1,2. TONY PISTOR Baseball 1,2,3,4; Letter- men ' s Club 3,4. PAT PRINDABLE Homeroom Officer 1,2,3, 4; Intramurals 1,2,3,4; So¬ dality 1,2,3.4; Art Club 3, 4; Football 1,2; Baseball 3,4; Paper 1.2; Library 1, 2; Honor Service Letter 3; Lettermen ' s Club 3,4; Per¬ fect Attendance 1,2; Stu¬ dent Council 4; Camera Club 3,4. WARREN RANDLE St. Henry ' s Seminary 1,2, 3; Intramurals 4; Art Club 4; Paper 4; Yearbook 4. TIMOTHY PROST Band 3,4; Sodality 1; Per¬ fect Attendance 2. GARY POLES KEY Yearbook 1,2,3,4; Sodality 1,2,3,4; Band 1,2,3,4; In- t ram u rals 1,2,4; Perfec t Attendance 1,2.3,4; Hon¬ or Roll 1,2; Class Officer 2; National Honor Society 2,3,4; Honor Service Let¬ ter 3; Lettermen ' s Club 4; Art Club 4; Senior Offi¬ cial. TIM RE AKA Intramurals 1; Sodality 3; Art Club 4; Perfect Atten¬ dance 2. ELMER REICHERT Paper 1; Football 1,2; Class Officer 1,2.4; Year¬ book 3,4; Yearbook Editor 4; Talent Show 3; Sodal¬ ity 1,2.3,4; Intramurals 1, 2.4; Art Club 3.4. DAVE RICHTER ROB RIGNEY Football 1,2,3; Basketball 1,2; Baseball 1,2; Track 3,4; Intramurals 1,2,4; Lettermen ' s Club 2,3,4; Art Club 3,4; Perfect At¬ tendance 1.3; National Honor Society 2,3,4; Hon¬ or Service Letter 2; Class Officer 1,2,3; Student Council 1,2,4; Student Council President 4; Cam¬ era Club 3,4; Sodality 1,2, 3; Yearbook Editor 4; Hon¬ or Roll 1. JOE R1TZHE1MER Intramurals 1. MIKE ROTH Football 1,2,3,4; Basket¬ ball 2; Baseball 1,2,3,4; Student Council 2;Student Council Officer 4; Letter- men ' s Club 2,3,4; Letter- men ' s Club Officer 4; Art Club 3,4; Homeroom Offi¬ cer 1,2,3,4; Intramurals 1, 2,3,4; Perfect Attendance 1,2,4; Honor Service Let¬ ter 2; Sodality 1,2, 3, 4; Honor Roll 1,2; Talent Show 1; Sodality Officer 1 , 2 . DAVE RUDOLPH Art Club 3,4; Band 3; In¬ tramurals 1,2; Camera Club. GEORGE SCHAEFER Band 1,2,3,4; Football 1,2, 3,4: IntramuraIs 1,2,4; Se¬ nior Official; Homeroom Officer 2; Track 3,4; Let- termen’s Club 4. RAY SCHOTT Football 1,2,3; Basketball 1,2; Intramurals 1,2,4; Art Club 3,4; Sodality 1,2,3; Homeroom Officer 1,2,3,4; Lettermens Club3,4;Hon¬ or Service Letter 3; Track 3,4; Honor Roll 1,2; Senior Official 4; Cafeteria Work¬ er 2. LEONSAUGET Football 1,2,3,4; Basket¬ ball 1,2,3; Baseball 1,2, 3,4; Class Officer 1,2; In- tramurals 1. PAUL SCHMIDT Intramurals 1,2. FRANK SCHAEFER Intramurals 1,2,3,4; Hon¬ or Roll 2. GENE SCHNEIDER Sodality 1,2,3; Art Club 3,4; Paper Staff Editor 3, 4; Homeroom Officer 3,4; Lettermen ' s Club 3; Intra- murals 2. THOMAS SCHMAL Football 1,2; Sodality 1,2; Track 3; Class Officer 4. DAVID SCHRADER Football 1,2; Intramurals 1,2,3,4; Newspaper 2,3,4; Student Council 4; Art Club 3,4; Sodality 1,2; Tal¬ ent Show 4; Perfect Atten¬ dance 1,2; Honor Roll 2,4. WILLIAM SCHREMPP Basketball 1,2; Football 1, 2; Class Officer 2,3; Cam¬ era Club 3; Baseball 1,2; Art Club 3; Intramurals 1.2,4. RICH API) SCHUMACHER Class Officer 1,2; Paper Staff 1,2; Intramurals 1, 2,4; Rand 1,2,3,4; Base¬ ball 1,2; Honor Society 1, 2,3,4; Senior Official 4. GARY SCHWAEGEL Intramurals 1,2; Class Of¬ ficer 1,2; Library Assis¬ tant 1; Paper Staff 3; Cam¬ era Club 3. JONSCHU ' ARZ Football 1; Baseball 1,2,4; Class Officer 1,2,3; Cam¬ era Club 4; Art Club 3,4; Sodality 1; Intramurals 1, 2,4; Yearbook 2; Paper Staff 2. JAMES SHIVELY Football 1,2; Intramurals 1,2; Library Assistant 3, 4; Class Officer 4; Honor Service Letter 3; Letter- men ' s Club 3,4. TOM SINTZEL Intramurals 1,2; Sodality 3; Class Officer4; Art Club 4; Senior Official 4; Office Worker 4. LONNIE SOBCZAK Intramurals 4. FRED STEIN National Honor Society 2, 3,4; Paper Staff 4; Year¬ book 3,4; Senior Official 4; Library Assistant 4; Honor Roll 1,2; Cafeteria Worker 1,2. , BILL STERNAU JIM STEWART Camera Club 2.3,4; Caf¬ eteria 2.3; Intramurals 1; Sociality I. DENNIS STOCKLEY Football 1; Intramurals 1, 2; Art Club 4. MARK STRUBE Li b ra ria n 3,4; In t ram u rals 1,2,4; Perfect Attendance 4. DA VID S TUKENB URG Band 1,2,3; Football 2; So¬ dality 3. SAM SULLIVAN Football 1,2,3; Sodality 2, 3; Art Club 4; Class Of¬ ficer 2,3,4; Student Coun¬ cil 3; Yearbook 2,3; Paper Staff 3; Office Worker 2; Intramurals 2,4; Baseball 4. RON TEDESCO Honor Roll 1.2,3,4; Perfect Attendance 2,3,4; Sodality 1,2; Intramurals 1,2,4; Manager Basketball 2. RA Y THOM AN Intramurals 1,2,4; Library Assistant 4; Class Officer 1; Honor Roll 3. MIKE TOENJES Football 1,2,3,4; Baseball 1,2,3,4; Basketball 1,2,3; Class Officer 1,2,3; Letter- men ' s Club 2,3,4. FRANK TOMASEK DEN TOMASOVICH Yearbook l ,3,4; Paper Staff 1,2; Class Officer 2; Art Club 3,4; Lettermen ' s Club 3,4; Intramurals 1,2; Baseball 1; Track 3,4; Speech 2; Cafeteria 2; Se¬ nior Official 4; Sodality 2, 3; Honor Service Letter 2. BOB TRUTTMANN Football 1,2,4; Class Of¬ ficer 1;Sodality 3; Art Club 4. I JAMES TOUCHETTE DAVE TRUTTMANN St. Henry Seminary 1,2,3. TOM TWARDOWSKI Yearbook 1; Sodality 1,2; Speech 1,2; Camera Club 1; Art Club 3,4; Paper Staff 3,4. JOHN VA RONE Class Officer 1,2; Band 1, 2; Intramurals 1,2; Art 4. JOHN VIVIANO TOM WACHTEL Intramural Basketball l, 2,4; Art Club 4. EUGENE WEI LB A CHER Art Club 4 . ROBERT WELKER JAMES WESSEL Basketball 1,2,4; Class Of¬ ficer 1,4; Intramurals 1; Sodality 1,3,4. STEVE WIGET Football 3,4; Baseball 1,2, 3,4; Intramurals 1,2,3,4; Class Officer 1,2,3,4; So¬ dality 3; Yearbook 1,3; Newspaper 3; Art Club 3, 4; Perfect Attendance 1, 3,4; Lettermen ' s Club 3,4; Talent Show 1,3,4; Honor Service Letter 3; Honor Roll 1,2. STEVE WILBURN Yearbook 1; Intramurals 1,2,4; Baseball 1; Speech 1,2; Sodality 1,2,3; Lead¬ ership 1; Class Officer 1, 2; Manager Football 1; Art Club 3,4. DAVID WITT Yearbook 2,4; Intramurals 1,2,4; Perfect Attendance 3; Library Assistant 2. JESS WOTTOWA Sodality 3; Intramurals 1, 2,4; Library Assistant 1, 2; Art Club 4; Track 3,4. STEVE WULLER National Honor Society 2, 3,4; Art Club 3,4; Sodal¬ ity 1; Paper Staff 1,2,3; Intramurals 2,4; Talent Show 3; Class Officer 1,2, 4; Perfect Attendance 2. WILLIAM WULLER Speech 2,3,4; Sodality 2. JACK YAEKEL Football 1,2,3,4; Intramur¬ als 1,2,4; Class Officer 3; Lettermen ' s Club 3,4; So¬ dality 3; Camera Club 4; Art Club 3,4. JAN YOUNG Intramurals 1,2. PAT YOUNG Intramurals 1,2,4; Foot¬ ball 1,2,3,4; Basketball 1, 2; Baseball 1,2; Class Of¬ ficer 1,2,3,4; Yearbook 1, 2,3; Sodality 3; Art Club 3,4; Perfect Attendance 3, 4; Lettermen ' s Club 3,4; Student Council Rep. 1; Honor Service Letter 3; Track 3,4. JOE ZACHARSKI Intramurals 1,4. GREG ZIOMBRO Art Club 3,4; Cafeteria 3; Camera Club 4; Basket¬ ball Manager 2; Class Of¬ ficer 2; Intramurals 1,2; Lettermen ' s Club3,4;Hon¬ or Service Letter 3; Honor Roll 1,2; Sodality 2,3; Speech 3; National Honor Society 2,3,4; Paper Edi¬ tor 3,4; Library Assistant 2,3,4; Perfect Attendance 1,3. JUNIORS FRESHMEN nomas Ackerman Thomas Appel Gregory Bauer Michael Becherer Thomas Berkel John Bruno Harold Dix Steven Fromme Francis Henry Robert Hinkel Christopher Huff Carl Jarrell Robert Karraker Raymond Klein Michael Lauf James Macke Scott Mansfield Gregory Maul Kevin McBride Jack Meirink John To risky President Student Council Rep. Bennett Meder Vice-President Carl Poser David Robertson Junior 3-101 Thomas Schrag Donald Sobczak James Storner Michael Tiernan David Trentmann Larry Winter Joseph Burke Secretary Rick Bien Treasurer Janies Astrouski Paul (Doug) Becherer Victor Behrmann Robert Beyer Rick Broadhurst Dale Daubauch Eugene Dumstorff Andrew Fellner Junior Gary Gebhart Albert Hass Richard Holt man Michael Jung Allen Kasafirek Marshall Knefelkamp Terry Lacoma James McNaughton Robert Mielke Richard Miller 3011 Steve Clark Student Council Rep. H.R. Council Jerry Huling Homeroom Council Rob Emig Homeroom Council Raymond Munier Mark Noltkamper Ronald Roberts Blaise Sarkesian Rick Schoen Robert Schroeder George Smith Homeroom Council Philip Wahlig Homeroom Council Don Weidemann Homeroom Council David Becker Terry Conrad James Dillon Daniel Fiedler Donald Dallao Gary DeFosset Terry Flach Daniel Haas Michael Hallbauer David Hanneken Junior Anthony Heap Joseph Hromadka Mark Jasper Robert Klopper Michael Kolb William Korte Thomas Kramper James Krener Stephen Bauer Student Council Rep. Larry Buser Vice-President 3013 Ronald Scher President Stephen Reissen Gary Rickert Thomas Shively David Sikes William Vargo Dennis Weygandt John Collins Sergeant-at-a rms Otto Johnson Treasurer Edu ard Alberts Paul Amann Thomas Bernes Henry Bierbaum Richard Breslin James Clark Donald Compton Joseph Elliott Michael Frierdich Robert Gaskill Joseph Hartleb Walter Hohrein Paul Kelcher Benjamin Kiehl Junior James H use hie Charles Jorns Charles McCauley Kevin McKeon Lawrence Gansmann Student Council Rep. 30 15 Reginald Hellwig President B ruce Sch waegel Roger Siebe Ronald Sobczak Alan Sternau Gary Synak James Timper Mark Rodriguez Secretary David Baechle Michael Becker Michael Brutto Tim Cronin Michael Eilering William Frees Francis Goelz Daniel Hanley Junior Joseph Hillesheim Anthony Holdener Steven Howard Steven Joyce Creighton Koch Robert Koesterer Richard Leucking Kenneth Mank Dennis Murphy Joseph O’Saben 3-310 Darryl Pfeiffer Richard Rauk Michael Reeb Jeffrey Ritchie Gregory Saric Gary Schroeder Richard Keefe Homeroom Council Charles Moore Homeroom Council r Danny May Homeroom Council James Quirin Student Council H.R. Council Mark Azar Daniel Budde Richard Carson Gregory Clemmons Charles Dori George Fussell Walter Geppert Richard Gordan Sam Hannan Robert Juen Clarence Kalert Dale Koerber John Kostelac Daniel Luecking William Martin Michael Meyer William Parrack Harry Psemeneki Junior Richard Brown Student Council Rep. 3-318 David River Homeroom Council Thomas Faust Homeroom Council John Phillips Homeroom Council Joseph Rossmann Homeroom Council Richard Sintzel Dwight Thomas Leonard Play ter Homeroom Council Gary Todoroff Raymond Wachtel Joseph Sudholt Homeroom Council Charles Azar Carl Bauer Thomas Baumann John Carpenter Richard Carr Jerry From me Norman Grau Ralph Heisler Michael Higgins Thomas M. Johnson Steven Kaiser Alan Kolakowski Michael Kostelac Richard Liberstein Mark Lindow Robert Lucash James Mueller Michael Pier James Wolf Steven Seibert President Vice-President 2-10 4 Craig Schmidt Lawrence Schubert Lawrence Seipp David Stroot Terry True Kenneth Waller Gene Worms Christopher Zabawa Ronald Ceglinski Wayne Eschman Sophomore Donald Gass James Geunther William Hussli Thomas Kanzler William Mueller Stephen Oser Alan Przybysz Thomas Reaka Howard Reiniger Gary Rennels James Rompel Secretary Daniel Tray nor Verlan Wright Lial Field Student Council Rep. Janet Davis Donna Edwards Susan Gaa Judith Galati Barbara King Mary Klym Jean Head Kathy Kernan Bernadine LaBlance Joyce Langhauser Carol Michaelis Linda Not a Carolyn Obernuefemann Dianne Omelson Susan O’Neill Connie Reeb Sophomore Donna Schaefer Daniel Bauer Dennis Bertelsman Stephen Breslin John Box Michael Blair Gregory Bosk amp James Ferrall Ed Heet William Dahm Keith Felcyn Daniel Helfrich Steven Hetzel Michael Hoffmann Student Council Rep. Sophomore 2-205 Thomas Luebben Secretary- T reas urer Charles Sc ham Joseph Stein Steven Sternau Roland Thouvenot James Webb James Witt Linda Frierdich Sophomore Donna Giltner Diane Haukapp Cynthia Heiman Winifred Allen Mary Berens Arlou He If rich Christine Lang Veronica Boden Sara Capps Donna Crain Barbara Crannage Trudy Eckert Maribeth Farnham Mary Mongan Mary Obernuefemann 2-207 Brenda Oetjen Judy Parker Christine Richter Christine Sallade Marylaine Caito Student Council Rep. Sandra Deckard Treasurer Judith Vanderbol Vice-President Barbara Mueller Secretary Norma Schaefer Jo Ann Schwaegel Marsha Vollmer Jo-Ann Weber Violet Weilbacher Carolyn Wood Patricia Raker Linda Barzik Carol Behrle Cheryl Blaha Cynthia Braun Mary Buss Jacqueline Crystal Terryl Donohue Judith Frawley Mary Ann Genetti Cathy Harris Margaret Hausmann Mary Jo Luszowski Patricia McCarron Renee Moessinger Janet Mueth Sophomore Rosemary Alunie Linda Jankowski Michelle Young Student Council Rep. Treasurer Diane Arentsen President Mary Wachtel Jeanne Whitehead Ch ristine Wolfers berger Sandra Wuebbels Daniel Becherer John Behrman Norman Bertelsman David Boeving John Bogacki Michael Brady Richard Casperson Michael Fietsam James Geiger Daniel Hayes Roger Jansen Kenneth Johnson Malcolm Katt Dennis Lavin Charles Luecking Roger Maue Bernard Miller Paul Mueth Robert Neff Michael O ' Meara Louis Pavlik Robert Pfeiffer Sophomore 2011 Thomas Barmon President David Gifford Vice-President Charles Patterson Clerk Stephen Koenig Treasurer Keith Bailey Donald Bauer Dennis Beaumont Richard Bersett James Brello Dennis Feist Thomas Gass Robert Gehrs Kevin Halloran Russell Hoeff ken Michael Hoernis James Huff Ronald Kehl Robert Kolb Michael Mack in Thomas McDiermon Mitchell Mezyk Gordan Moffitt Sophomore 2-212 Michael Kinder President Thomas Kloess Secretary La iv re nee Ward Treasurer Peter Maul Student Council Rep. Anthony Yeager Stephen Yordy Eric Young Donald Lugge Paul Baumann Ronald Becherer Robert Beckett Joseph Dziados Michael Fahsl Wesley Frick Robert Green William Gregor Robert Harter Thomas Johnson Michael Karfs Eugene Kish Jerry Kold Randy Lucash Kenneth McDade James Mitchell Michael Munie David Musso Ronald Neff Sophomore 2-214 David Gass President Mike Schomber Vice-President Robert Boryska Treasurer Michael Lugge Secretary Daniel Meldrum Sergeant-at-arms John Gifford Student Council Rep. Raymond Swedo Philip Traub Greg Travous Arthur Wiesen Richard Becherer David Berkel Michael Bollman Gregory Crain Steve Delaney Kenneth Fuhrmann Henry Greten William Hamrick James Hatzel Kevin Karr Kenneth Krausz Alan Kronenherger Sophomore 2-215 Wayne Scher Vice-President Curt Bauer Treasurer Steve Winter Secretary Patrick Roth Student Council Rep. Stuart Pierce James Reifschneider Thomas Renner Daniel Schwemmer John Steirer John Strobl Richard Janssen President Thomas Theiss Robert Wessel Gary Wheatley James Wright Henry B eh non Mark DeAntoni Herman Dierkes Oliver Gansmann Gregory Gundlach Timothy Hanley William Holdener Stephen Junker Michael Metcalf William Mueller Donald Kern John Lauf Gerry Reis Michael Roberts Dale Newstrom Ronald Peil Paul Roesch Daniel Sabo Freshmen 1-103 Henry Brenner Secretary Reavis Moore Treasurer Richard Perez Vice President Donald Rigney Student Council Representative Frederick Barbeau Joseph Benson Gene Canavan William Carriel John Clinton Richard Colloton Kenneth Darr Roy Fehlig David Hardin Edward Hoerner John Fehlker Gary Gansmann Leonard Klein Edward Kloustermeyer Roger Holtman Randy Karfs Peter Krupp Joseph Link David Muckenstorm James Mueller Thomas Palmer David Pa bare us Glen Schwaegel David Seibert Henry Stelmacki Michael Taggart Larry Triefenback Jack Voss Freshmen l-lll William Dahlmamm President Edward Szewczyk Vice President John Hips kind Student Council Representative Peter Engels Mission Representative Charles Eisele Otto Faulbaum Bruce Heafner Stephen Kehrer Robert Fournie David Germain Gary McElli gott Timothy Naumann Robert Leahy Arthur Martin Keith Newman David Rist John Maxfield Secretary Richard Sieben President and Student Council Representative Richard Sullivan Vice President Freshmen 1-205 Charles Schumacher Treasurer John Rule Eric Seibel Craig Seipp Donald Taphorn Robert Tribout Bruce Vick Robert Weik Robert Weygandt Stephen Wilshire Frank Wood Bruce Hauck Stephen Jokisch Fred Kromper John Luechtefeld James Luecking Terrance Miles Gary Miller Kent Nau Dennis Neuner William Schaab William Schauerte Michael Schmidt Freshmen 1-211 Robert Sisk President Steven Foppe Treasurer Joseph Glauber Student Council Representative Robert Seitz Steve Vargo Richard Voellinger Jerry Weilmuenster Ronald Yaeger David Zacharski John Becker James Benavidez Thomas Gildig John Graham David Liutker Daniel Lucash Freshmen 1-212 Wayne Buescher Dennis Gain John Graul Michael LeTempt Robert MacBush Denny Mitchell Michael Murry Sylvester Naliborski Ben Peterson Paul Renois Albert Rudert Raymond Schmitt PNCffD NOT AVA11ABU Stephen Anich Vice President David Winter Joseph Yoch John Fritsche Secretary Paul Dressier Treasurer Randy Becker Gregory Andrews Edward Bauer Henry Beykirch Paul Biegler Gary Chesley Don Corrigan Freshmen 1-213 Michael Beuckmcn Micheal Brueggeman Melvin Byrd James Emig Michael Evans Kenneth Fritch Nick Hasenstab William Hausmann William Hautz Michael Hollowell Harrold Kehl Roger Helfrich President, Student Council Representative David Middendorf Mike Kohl Vice President Roy Brown Tony Duco Michael Glenn Eugene Klucker David Kreuter Seer eta ry-Treas u rer Craig Weidemann President Steven Blair Vice President Freshmen 1 - 21 5 Douglas Auffarth Student Council Representative Frank Srogus Michael Van Euckhoute Glenn Vollmer Leslie Voudrie William Wachtel Barry Wallace Jeffrey Whitney David Yoch Charles Amann Michael Braun Robert Buehler Michael Courtois Daniel Davis Richard Eilering Michael Gass Joel Hallbauer Michael Jacob Thomas Johnson Thomas Hammel Michael Hasenstab Gary Kramer Edward Mielke Mark Juen Michael Karraker William Neb el David Poelker Freshmen 1016 Michael Fantini Secretary Robert Voellinger Treasurer George Renner Student Council Representative Robert Porter Keith Roach James Schuetz John Walter John Westlund Janet Agne Mary Lois Bach Patricia Baechle Patricia Blaise Louise Bollman Rita Canales Cindy Crannage Pat Dye Freshmen 1-314 Kathleen Grass Elizabeth Hock Margaret Howie Barbara Hulling Bonnie Klein Susan Kostelac Kathleen Oplt Mary Ann Post Kathleen Johnson Vice President Karen Koesterer President Pamela Daniels Secretary Jane Martin Student Council Representative Barbara Walter Sally Wolfersberger Anne Zacharski Janet Ziombra Marcia Arnold Jill Bannon Jane Ceglinski Denise Cummins Patricia Davlan Nancy Dunnigan Patricia Perrenbach Deborah Finch Christy Gerngross Kathleen Hankammer Vivian Friederich Mary Gass Christy Howard Barbara Kage Pamela Haupt Judy Herrmann Sharon Koesterer Janet Lauf Dianne Lickenbrock Deborah Archer Treasurer Student Council Representative Freshmen 1-316 Karen Obernuefemann Peggy Reeb Carmen Sarmiento Doris Schneider Susan Smith Virginia Tucker Kathryn Vandewater Christina Woesthaus Kathleen Alesaki Sally Alexander Rosetta Aubuschen Rita Babic Patricia Barmon Janet Berk el Joyce Bertelsman Nancy Carson Cynthia Hall Karen Haudrich Shirley Grau Mary Haas Cathy Kelly Patricia Lantry Janice Heim rich Joanne Hinkel Cheryl Lem ay Teresa Lupa Freshmen 1-31 7 Mary Koesterer President Pam Schmid Vice President Marcia Bollman Secreta ry- Treas u rer Julie Eichenseer Student Council Representative Pboto not AVAILABLE Nancy Meketa Mirth a Parodi Mary Schlattweiler Brenda Speichinger Lynda Stelzer Phyllis Terveer Susan Thomas Anne Trautt Connie Voellinger Carol Wickman Cecilia Wilhelm This Yearbook Staff Would Like to Thank Oqr Advertisers for Their Valued Patronage, Which Paid for a Large Portion of This Yearbook. The members of this Yearbook Staff would like to take this opportunity to pay tribute to Mr. Beine and the Camera Club, without whose diligent efforts and long hours in the darkroom the preparation of this yearbook would have been impossible. Camera Club, we love you!! CONGRATULATIONS AND REST WISHES TO THE CLASS OF “66” Compliments of the FATHERS, FRIENDS AND ALUMNI CLUB OF ALTHOFF CATHOLIC HIGH SCHOOL CONGRATULATIONS AND BEST WISHES TO THE CLASS OF “66” Compliments of ALTHOFF CATHOLIC HIGH SCHOOL MOTHERS CLUB ST. PANCRATIUS CHURCH FAYETTEVILLE, ILLINOIS FR. WM. F. RENSING, PASTOR, AND PARISHIONERS JOHN T. McDIERMON R. PH. SIGNAL HILL PHARMACY 8800 W. MAIN EX. 7-2828 BELLEVILLE, ILL ROY FOELLER MASONRY CONTR ANYTHING IN MASONRY BELLEVILLE, ILLINOIS H. L. M. COMPANY GRAIN BANKING BULK DELIVERY PURINA CHOWS ST. LIBORY MASCOUTAH ILLINOIS FRITZ ELECTRIC CO 136 SOUTH RAILWAY MASCOUTAH, ILLINOIS ELEC TRICAL CONTRACTORS COMPLIMENTS OF A FRIEND MEI CHEYAN “Home Of Beautiful Dogs " LHASA APSOS MINIATURE BLACK SCHNAUZER GIANT BLACK SCHNAUZER PUPPIES-STUD SERVICE TOY POODLES Joan B. Green Belleville, Illinois 1941 Lebanon Avenue AD 3-1723 BEST WISHES TO THE ALTHOFF CRUSADERS From Your Favorite Florists Paul Reis Dale Park GRIMM GORLY Downtown Belleville AD 4-4455 FLORISTS Free Delivery Loyet Shoe Service SHOE REPAIRING SHOES - BOOTS - POLISHES RUSSEL LOYET, PROP. 121 EAST STATE O ' FALLON. ILLINOIS ME 2-8842 TAYLOR’S MARKET 127 W. FIRST ST. O ' FALLON. ILLINOIS PHONE ME 2-3387 SCHAUFLER WOLFERSBERGER- Prescription Pharmacy 300 East Main Belleville MEYER FUNERAL-HOME O’Fallon III. Compliments Of KOSTELAC ST. LUKE PARISH BROTHERS Pastor: RENDERING CO. Msgr. F. A. Kaiser R.R. 3 Belleville Illinois Assistant: Rev. Eugene Bungay Office: 538-5444 Plant: 538-5421 VIRGINIA LEE FABRIC BEST WISHES TO THE ALTHOFF CRUSADERS FROM THE AUTO HOME MOST COMPLETE LINE OF FABRICS IN THIS AREA DISCOUNT CENTER 1701 WEST 50 HIGHWAY O’FALLON ILLINOIS PHONE: ME 2-8839 BELLEVILLE TENTING JEWELRY OFFICE EQUIPMENT GIFT SHOP TYPEWRITERS ADD1NG MACHINES OFFICE FURNITURE Bridal Registry Serv ice FOR HOME OFFICE Free Gift Wrapping Delivery Service A COMPLETE LINE OF OFFICE SUPPLIES 108 East Main St. Belleville, Ill. 322 EAST MAIN AD 3-0164 RAY JORDON WALT DEMARS Watches, Diamonds and Fine Jewelry BECHER’S JEWELRY CONOR A TULA TIONS WAYNE FLESH REN, OWNER SENIORS AD 3-0197 12 East Main St. ' 66 Belleville, 111. COMPLIMENTS of DRINK ROYAL CROWN COLA TILLO’S BOTTLED BY MILK NEHI BOTTLING CO. HOUSE BELLEVILLE, ICC. COMPLIMENTS OFALLON KNIGHTS of COLUMBUS COUNCIL 4239 O’FALLON, ILLINOIS ADAMS 3-0750 Res ADams 4 1050 HIRES BOTTLING COMPANY 114-4 Lebanon avenue AL ISLER, Manager BELLEVILLE. ILLINOIS COOK’S HARDWARE Hardware Gifts Plumbing - Electrical Points Wade Square AD 4-2755 COMPLIMENTS of OFFICE SUPPLY CO. " You Get a Money Back Guarantee- When You Buy at B P” RINDERER’S PRESCRIPTION GENE LECHIEN PHARMACY REAL ESTATE N. Belt Lebanon Ave. Belleville INSURANCE Monroe M. Rinderer, R.Ph. 100 N. Church St. A Dams 4-3331 A Dams 4-3331 ADams 4-3333 1723 WEST MAIN ST R E ET N. CCatholie Literature RAECHLE CLEANERS 5 . BELLEVILLE, ILLINOLS r-j Phone: Store Wholesale and Retail ADa " " 3 3660 LEONA MULLOCH, Prop. Religious Articles of All Kinds " We Call and Deliver " 214 East Washington ADams 4-0540 ED TRIBOUT CAPITAL RESTAURANT Toys and Novelties HOME MADE FOODS 1701 W. Main Belleville, 111. OPEN NIGHTS 6 TO 8 GOOD LUCK CRUSADERS REICHERT GRAIN CO. FROM THE FELLOWS AT 600 S. FIRST ST. CURT SMITH BELLEVILLE, ILLINOIS SPORTING GOODS COMPLIMENTS OF F. A. STEIN OIL CO. 216 NORTH 8th ST. BELLEVILLE, ILL. AD 4-1183 HEATING OILS GASOLINE MOTOR OILS PERMANENT ANTI FREEZE TIRES BATTERIES p-ci AMwwrQ DISTRIBUTOR NOW! CITGO i y ST. LIBORIUS PARISH ST. LIBORY, ILLINOIS PASTOR: REV. WILLIAM BRANDMEYER BERGKOETTERS MAURICE S BARBER GARAGE SHOP CHEVROLET SALES SERV ICE 1600 WEST MAIN ST. MI. FARM MACHINERY BELLEVILLE, ILLINOIS AD 4-7210 ST. LIBORY, IIJ-. BARBERS: TEL. 768-2505 MAURICE AND KENT WENNEMANN’S NEW ERA OIL CO. MARKET GASOLINE FUEL OlliS 120 S. II1INOIS ST. ST. LIBORY, ILLINOIS BELLEVILLE, ILL TIRES SERV ICE DEPT. HOME KILLED MEATS 400 E. MAIN ST. CUSTOM BUTCHERING CURING BELLEV ILLE, ILL. COMPIJMENTS OF STATE BANK of WELKER S MARKET ST. LIBORY FAYETTEVILLE, ST. LIBORY, ILLINOIS ILLINOIS SCHILDKNECHT Compliments FUNERAL HOMES of O’FALLON and Msgr. Ell FAIRVIEW HEIGHTS LIESE LUMBER CO. Lumber, Millwork, Hoofing etc. 319 E. MAIN ST. SOL III BELT ROUTE AND LUZERNE AY E. ADams 1-0105 ADams 4-0105 H W SALES INC. Janitor Supplies ACKERMAN FLOOR COVERING 16th West Main 3726 WEST MAIN AD 3-8146 Bellev ille, Illinois LINOLEUM-CARPET-PAINT ADams 3-6400 ARMIN LYNN DOLORES TOM (Class-67) BUY MOTO GAS The Giant - Buy in Gasoline ST. TERESA CHURCH Rt. Rev. Msgr. Joseph B. Stenger, J.C.D., Pastor Rev. John W. Frerker, S.T.L., Assistant ST. ANTHONY’S of LIVELY GROVE FR. PAUL STAUDER AND HIS PARISH WISHES TO CONGRATULATE THE 1966 GRADUATES OF ALTHOFF HIGH ST. HENRY PARISH Msgr. Leonard A. Bauer V.G., P.A. Rev. William Rowe BEL AIR BOWL Bellevilles No. 1 Bowling Lanes Special Rates For Student Bowlers Finest Food in Town AD 3-1703 1703 N. Belt West Art Stauder Manager ST. JOSEPH S PARISH FREEBURG, ILLINOIS REV. H.J. FREESE PASTOR FATS EXPRESS 501 SOUTH 2ND ST. BELLEVILLE, ILLINOIS ADAMS 3-0260 ST. AGATHA PARISH NEW ATHENS FATHER JOS. LEGRANO ST. CLARE PARISH O’FALLON, ILLINOIS RCA Victor and RCA Whirlpool COMPLIMENTS OF TAPHORN BROS. INC. Lou’s Custom Floors 4808 West Main Belleville, III. O ' fallon. !!!. OLIVER C. JOSEPH MEYER OLDSMOBILE Chrysler-Dodge Oldsmobile AUFFENBERG FORD MUTTO AUTO SALES Ford Rambler ST. CLAIR MOTORS MEYER BROS. Lincoln-Mercury Cadillac-Pontiac WA(;NER MOTORS L. R. MCKINLEY SONS Buick Chevrolet JOE SPERINO Plymouth 44 ® Curt Bauer Richard Becherer Dave Berkel Michael Boll man Greg Crain Steve Delaney Ken Fuhrmann Henry Greten Bill Hamrick James Hatzel Richard " D J” Janssen Kevin Karr Kenneth Krausz Alan Kronenberger l arry Krupp Terry Lanier Pat Lucash Terry Miller Michael Morris Paul Mueller Stu Pierce Jim Reifschneider Tom Renner Pat Roth (P.R.) Wayne Scher Dan Schwammer John Steirer John Strobl Tom Theiss Bob Wessel Gary Wheatley Stephen Winter Jim Wright nLru rui jrunjn nL GOODBYE i CONGRATULATIONS to our QrAduAt inq CruS Aders H.R. 2-201 2-207 2-208 David Albers Joseph Bauer Gary Beaumont Kenneth Becker Charles Berkel Robert Boul James Darr James Donovan Mark Gray Bradley Hill Thomas Jakoubek Robert kassebaum Joseph Kramer Stephen Lindow Thomas Lugge Michael Martino Senior Homeroom 4-114 Thomas Wolfe Michael Meirink Terry O’Leary Michael Pasqualone Terry Peters Gary Poliskev Leon Sauget Paul Schmidt David Schrader Ronald Tedesco Dennis Tomasovinch David Truttmann John arone Charles eyhaupt Steve V ilburn Mike Bassler Otto Faulbaum Bill Bertelsman Gary Blanquart Hay Christopher Harold Donovan James Fichenseer Charles Kisele Bob Fournie David Germain Bruce Heafner Stephen Kehrer Bob l eahv Art Martin John Maxfield Gary McEIIigott Tim Naumann Charles zar Carl Bauer Thomas Baumann John Carpenter Richard Carr Jerry Fromme Norman Crau Richard Green Ralph I leisler Michael Higgins Thomas Johnson Steven Kaiser Alan kolakowski Michael kostelac Richard IJberslein Mark Lindow Robert Lucash 2-104 CLASS OF John Maher James Mueller Eugene Oulevey Michael Pier Donald Savage Richard Schaefer Craig Schmidt Lawrence Schubert Steven Seibert Lawrence Seipp David Stroot Terry True Kenneth Waller James Wolf Gene W orms Christopher Zabawa Lr. ( arroll Parker, OMI With the Courage Born of knowledge We are Heady HOMEROOM 1-317 to face the World Mike Aiello I )oug Auffarth Paul Benevidez Fred Beaston Jeff Bevirt Carl Biegler Bill Bina Steve Blair Hoy Brown Tony Duco Bob Feder Don F rost Leslie Voudrie Bill Waehtel Mike Glenn Barry allace Kugene Mucker Dave krueter Craig VV eidemann Jeff Whitney Gary Ijsch Jack Meister John Pier Mike Portell Doren Becker Don Schneider Frank Srogus Mike an Keckhoute Glenn Vollmer Dave Yoch Greg Andrews Kdward Bauer Randy Becker Mike Beuckman Henry Beykirch Paul Biegler Mike Brueggeman Melvin Byrd Gary Chesley Don Corrigan Mike Evans James Kmig Kenneth Fritch Ray Fournie Congratulations Class of ’66 Nicholas Hasenstab Bill llausmann Bill Hautz Roger Helfrich Mike 1 lollowell Harold Kehl Bruce Kirn Mike Kohl Robert Mense David Middendorf Richard Oser Richard Pasqualone Nicholas Sprague Kenneth Strube Daniel Thessing Homeroom 1-213 v ' {. % 1 H, P 1 nt r , ‘n t , ni U »U C r es Cundlaeh Timothy Hanley Stephen I leckenberger John Heger illiam Holdener Stephen Junker Donald ch a ' Jt ie eV ' V ' S V A V ' Ol ' ' 1-103 CONGRATULATES the FRESHMAN ATHLETES Sister M. De I ellis, S.S.N.D. 1X0 A Vct :o 1 e ci Jerry QonaJd Rign e M ichae Robert Paul Roesch Daniel Sabo Michael Schuchart Tevin Smith Jo Sepb Steirer J ° hnS een ney ‘Wen l Q lfk t0 r e v •4 j, °« Homerooms 1-314 and 1-316 The Class of 1966 SPIRIT ECIIOES HOMEROOM 2-212 CLASS OF ' 69 FUTURE BACKBONE of ALTHOFF HOMEROOM 1-216 FOR GOD FOR CHURCH MODERATOR: SISTER MARY IRENE AD.PP.S. PRESIDENT: BOB SISK VICE PRESIDENT: JAMES DILLON TREASURER: STEVE FOPPE SECRETARY: JERRY VILLEMAIN STUDENT COUNCIL: JOE GLAUBER REPRESENTATIVE FOR COUNTRY FOR SCHOOL 5-211 UUHtRt THt Jim Astrouski Terry Lacoma Doug Becherer James McNaughton ic Behrmann Robert Mielke Boh Bever Richard Miller Hick Broad hurst Ray Munier Steve Clark Mark Noltkamper Dale Dauhach Blaise Sarkesian One Dumstorff Rick Schoen Bob Kmig Bob Schroeder Andy Kellner George Smith Gary Gebhart Steve Stovey A1 Haas Klmer Strieker Rich lloltman Steve Tiedemann Jerry lluling Greg oss Mike Jung Phil Wahlig 1 Kasafirek Don Weidemann Steve knefelkamp Moderator: Mr. Schuline HOMEROOM 4-105 Tillo Agne Bob Kehl Bruce Alberter Steve Keim Michael Bach Louis Kolb Joseph Barteau Carlos Levy Hick Bingheim James Middendorf Gary Blome Toni Mitchell Richard Boyne Timothy Prost Michael Budde Bill Roberts Bob Canterbury Larry Rolfingsineyer Ron Knglerth Mike Roth Gary Fahrner George Schaefer George Gasparich Raymond Schott James Grogan Dennis Stockley Dennis 1 bill Steve Wiget Robert Huebner Pat Young Dan Karvelat Gregory Ziombra YOUR DIPLOMA SIGNIFIES Signal Hill Service Station 9618 West Main MORE I RAN AN EDUCATIONAL ACCOMPLISHMENT. 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