Alton High School - Tatler Yearbook (Alton, IL)

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by lti Otass ofy ’ £ fljlioto QQMJUyu Qchooi flJUbcw, f?fe toXS lTABLE OF Administration Section Page 20 Activities Section Page 108 Senior Section Page 40 2CONTENTS Music Section Page 154 Sports Section Page 180 Underclass Section Page 214 3ituOtb WC Th YfeOA TW Was . . .It Begout With A 7 tip West, A PftW , A Thto Ttinrill! Vtofctwy.A f-fOJ ui fydotijdtod [r Pu ukluff, A ui A Pi Boo Qnfijdeji Ofr Us. A Tfiftcfc® ,It U as A Yea 8Oh B hhmS, And Speeches. 9Wa fMtuhlUWith Cke iS,Owv BJif Otits Biougfcfc Us f-fowvt Rw ScholMSIdf} And P vepcmUs Rw The Fuium.U DiOwv Tbfjtock Witiv 12Ccuuias, Oik, flju b PCtpl6A -flA(tcht! CjiM OixMt, 13It Was A Ygoa Qfjfmt |k lh Quest Rw UttAtoStawlUtg 14TogetW , FfibCujEiy And Qbude d u friWfiJLo ent In The School! Day Found Us Ov Pushing Actoss 'The Pit” GotiwedThm AwThe ies OfrThb PastI Conferring with Assistant Superintendent of Schools, Mr. Leamon Dr. Johnson and Mr. Bailey To: Alton High School Students I believe that it is the duty of each high school student to use his ability to the fullest extent. Business and industry will look for capable, enthusiastic graduates who have a desire to succeed. Colleges are willing to accept students who are capable of doing college work. The judgment that each student uses today will influence the decisions which he will make five, ten, fifteen, or twenty years from now. Therefore, each high school student should realize that academic or vocational achievement, attitudes, morals, manners, good citizenship, plus respect and concern for community, state, and national problems, influence not only his future, but the welfare and happiness of all other citizens. We are fortunate to live in the United States of America. We must continue to contribute to the preservation and growth of democracy and help to keep our great nation safe from the enemies which may attempt to change our American way of life. A student who wastes time, effort, and ability is not carrying the fair share of the responsibility which should rest on the shoulders of each individual. We should use the past as criteria to plan for the future. Changes in the business, social, professional, and economic world are so rapid that plans, procedures, and products which were adequate one year ago may be obsolete one year from now. Will you be ready to face tomorrow? Sincerely yours, J. B. Johnson, Ed. D. Superintendent of Schools Discussing (he Tatler 23 MR. JAMES M. CASPER MR. LEROY FRITZ MR. FRANK GIRARD MISS MERCELINE E. Director of Audio Visual Edu- Director of Music and School- Director of Art HENSON cation Community Relations Director of Nursing MR. DON KEIL MR. JAMES MEYERS MR. LLOYD NORMAN MR. AARON PETERSON School Engineer Director of Athletics Director of Special Education Reading Consultant MR. RAYMOND READY Administrative Assistant in charge of Elementary Curriculum MISS MARY E. SIDWELL Director of Home Economics and Lunch Service MISS MAXINE STEVENSON Director of Libraries MR. DEAN TAYLOR Director of Counseling and Guidance 24MR. E. M. LEAMON, Assistant Superintendent. Work hard, be a good citizen, appreciate the position of your fellow man, use your leisure time properly, continue your education, and you will share in the joys of living. MR. MACY PRUITT, Administrative Assistant in charge of Junior and Senior High School Curriculum. It has been wisely said that criticism is but the tax that one pays for being eminent. MR. C. R. WRIGHT, Administrative Assistant in charge of Vocational Education. Our federal government has recognized the value of our human resources through education. Educational opportunities for all segments of our society have never been so great in the history of our nation. The continuing development of the skills and understanding of our people in a world of rapid and constant change is the price of continued greatness as a nation. 25BOOJub 0 AjudWttiw Our American schools furnish an opportunity unequaled in the annals of world history or in any country today. The opportunity of a free education for every individual is something that may too often be taken for granted The important factor, however, will be what you do with this opportunity you have been afforded, both now and in the future. If you have applied yourself, you have acquired the basic requisites to take your place in the affairs of the world and the necessary fundamentals to study and build on your present education and knowledge and put it to good use for the improvement of yourself, your community, and your nation. This opportunity is given to each of you equally—it is fair to say it will not be utilized by each of you equally—but those of you who diligently use the opportunity to the greatest degree will have the brightest prospect of a successful future and unlimited opportunities toward making the greatest contribution to society. My congratulations on your current achievements and finest wishes for a successful future. Robert S. Minsker President Board of Education MR. ROBERT S. MINSKER, President Mr Harold Davidson, Secretary; Mr. George A. handler, Mr. Walter B. Miller, Mr. Robert S. Minsker, President; Dr. David E. Bear, Mr. W. H. Thomas, Mr. J. Edwin Sunderland.MR. HAROLD DAVIDSON Secretary DR. DAVID E. BEAR MR. WALTER B. MILLER MR. J. EDWIN SUNDERLAND MR. GEORGE A. CHANDLER MR. W. H. THOMAS 27Mr. Davis looks on A principal's job isn’t all play Mr. Davis discussing IBM problems with Mr. La Tempt Mr. Davis greets Senator Paul Simon The Alton Senior High School hopes to provide a basic curriculum for all -students and a depth in content for those who are capable. The school attempts to do this through teaching the students study skills, individual responsibilities, to have an inquiring mind, and to gain satisfaction in learning as well as to gain talent for effectual human relations. G. C. DAVIS, PrincipalAssisted MR. ANTON JUREZIZ, First Assistant Principal B.S., Uni-versity of Illinois; M.S., University of Wisconsin. 30 MR. GEORGE ABNER, Assistant Principal B.S., Eastern Kentucky State; M.A., University of Kentucky. MR. JAMES M. BAILEY, Assistant Principal B.S., Lincoln University; M.S., University of Illinois.MRS. IRMA ALLEN Counselor; B.S., Culver-Stock-ton College; M.A., Washington University. Sponsor, National Honor Society. MRS. PEARL ANDERSON Study Hall; B.S., University of Illinois. MRS. SHIRLEY ASZMAN Study Hall; B.S., Illinois State University at Normal. MRS. RUTH BACHMAN Social Studies; A.B., Shurtleff College; M.A., Washington University MR. JOSEPH BAGLEY French; B.A., Millikin University; M.A., University of Illinois, Pennsylvania State University. Sponsor, French Club, School Newspaper. MR. G. E. BAILEY English; B.A., Shurtleff College; M.A., Washington University. MR. JAMES BANKS Mechanical Drawing; B.S., M.S., Bradley University. 1 ■ MRS. MARY E. BATSON Cosmetology; Southern Illinois University, School of Advanced Cosmetology, Virginia Farrell Advanced Hairstyling. Sponsor, Future Cosmetologists of America. MR. MICHAEL J. BEABER Bookkeeping; B.S., M.Ed., Western Illinois University. MRS. ELMA BECKER Cosmetology; Southern Illinois University, School of Advanced Cosmetology. Sponsor, Future Cosmetologists of A-merica. MISS MARIE BEHYMER Librarian; B.S., Northeast Missouri State University; M.Ed., University of Missouri. Sponsor, Homecoming Committee. MR. OREL BELL Distributive Education; B.S., Southwest Missouri State University; M.Ed, University of Illinois. Sponsor, Future Distributors of America. MRS. DOROTHY BENSON Study Hall; B.S., Illinois State University at Normal, Merrill Palmer In- MR. ROY E. BOLEY Art; B.S., Eastern Illinois University; M.A., Colorado State College. stitute. MISS NANCY F. MR. BLAINE BONYNGE BOLLINGER Driver Education; B.S., M.S., English; B.S., Washington Western Illinois University. University, Northwestern University, Central College. Sponsor, School Newspaper. MISS DOROTHA BOSKET Librarian; B.Ed., Southern Illinois University; M.S., University of Illinois. 31MISS MARY LOU MR. GARRY BRANDT BOWLING Health; B.S., Southeast Mis- Physical Education; B.S., Ar- souri State College, kansas State College. Sponsor, Girls' Athletic Association. MISS WILMA BRICKER Business Education; B.S., M.S., Western Illinois University. Sponsor, Future Business Leaders of America. MRS. ARDYTHE BROWNING Clothing; B.S., Western Illinois University; M.E., University of Illinois. Sponsor, Future Homemakers of America. MR. DEAN BROWNING Industrial Coordination; B.S., Western Illinois University; M.Ed., University of Illinois. MR. JOHN BRUNO Social Studies; A.B., Shurt-leff College; M.A., University of Illinois. MRS. DOROTHY BUERKLE Business Education; B.S., Southwest Missouri State College; M.Ed., University of Missouri. MR. JAMES D. CALLAHAN Counselor; B.S., University of Missouri; M.Ed., University of Illinois. MR. WARREN J. CAMPBELL Business Education; B.S., Olivet College; M.S., Southern Illinois University. MR. EARL CARR Mathematics; B.S., Union U-niversity; M.S., Iowa State University; M.Ed., University of Illinois. MR. JOHN E. CHAPPELL Social Studies; A.B., Oakland City College; M.S., Indiana University. MR. JAMES K. CHESTNEY General Metals; B.S., Western Illinois University. MISS DOROTHY COLONIUS English; A.M., University of Chicago. MISS SUE ANN COX Home Economics; B.S., Western Illinois University. Sponsor, Future Homemakers of America. 32 MISS MARY KAY CROUCH English; B.A., Southern Illinois University. MR. WILLIAM R. CROUCH Drawing; B.S., Western Illinois University'. Sponsor, Radio Club. MR. CLIFFORD DAVENPORT English; B.S., Indiana University; M.A., State University of Iowa. Sponsor, Thespians. MRS. OPAL. R. DAVIS English; B.S., University of Missouri.MR. KENNETH DENISON Counselor; B.S., Western State University, U-niversity of Illinois, St. Louis University, Scholarship Committee. MR. WILLIAM EAGLETON Vocational Agriculture; B.S., Western Illinois University, Southern Illinois University. Sponsor, Future Farmers of America. MR. MAURICE ELFGEN Welding; Southern Illinois University. MR. ROBERT C. ERWIN Mathematics; B.Ed., Western Illinois University; M.Ed., University of Illinois, St. Louis University. MR. JOHN J. FABJANCE English; B.A., Southern Illinois University. Sponsor, Masquers. MR. JOSEPH FEARHEILEY Mathematics, B.S., Eastern Illinois University. MISS JULIA FOSTER Health; A.B., AM., A.G.C., Washington University. MISS MARY LOU FOCHT Office Occupations; B.S., M.Ed., University of Illinois. Sponsor, Office Occupations Club, Future Secretaries As- MR. DENZEL W. FORD Biology; B.A., Southern Illinois University. ■ MRS SANDRA GENTSCH German, English; B.S., Missouri State Teachers' College. Sponsor, German Club. MISS LOIS J. GIBSON Home Economics; B.S., Southern Illinois University. Sponsor, Future Homemakers of America. MRS. NADINE HARDEN English; B.S., Kirks-ville State Teachers' College, Missouri University. sociation. MISS ELIZABETH GLEN English; B.A., University of Chicago. Sponsor, Folk Singing Society. MR. AL GREGOR Counselor; B.S., Eastern Illinois State College; M.A., Washington University. Sponsor, National Honor Society. MRS. EILEEN HARRIS English; B.S., M.S., Southern Illinois University. HEIDBRINK Chorus; B.S., Illinois State University; M.S., Southern Illinois University. MR. KENNETH HAGEN Spanish, Latin; A.B., M.A., University of Illinois. Sponsor, Latin Club, School Newspaper. MR. CECIL HARDEN Physics; B.S., Central Missouri State College; M.Ed., Missouri University, Colorado State College of Education, Oak Ridge Institute of Nuclear Studies, University of Kansas City, Knox College. MRS. LINDA HEIL English; A.A., Monticello College; B.A., University of Florida. Sponsor, Student Council, Homecoming Committee. MR. RALPH HENDRIX Business Education; B.S., Greenville College; M.S., M.C.S., Indiana University. 33MRS. NORMA HOLTCAMP English; B.S., Southern Illinois University, Greenville College. MR. ERNEST HOWARD Spanish; B.A., University of Texas; M.A., University of Illinois. Sponsor, Spanish Club. MISS MARGUERITE HUEBNER English; A.B., Shurtleff College; M.A., University of Illinois. MRS. ETHEL N. INGLES Business Education; A.B., Greenville College. MR. GEORGE INGLES Civics; A.B., Millikin University; M.A., Indiana State University. MR. RICHARD A. JOHNSON Physical Education; A.B., Illinois College; M.Ed., University of Illinois. MR. JACK JUNGERS Social Studies; B.S., M.A., Southern Illinois University. MISS ADA KLUMP Mathematics; B.S., M.S., University of Illinois. MR. RALPH W. KOBER Biology, Director of Summer Schools; B.Ed., Illinois State University; A.M., University of Michigan. MR. EDWIN KOERBER Biology; B.S.. Southeast Missouri College; M.A., University of Missouri. MR. BOYD N. LAMARSH Band; B.S., Southern Illinois University; M.S., University' of Illinois. MISS IRENE LIEBIG Home Economics; B.Ed., Illinois State University; M.S., Iowa State College. Sponsor, Future Homemakers of America. MR. DALE LIVENGOOD Vocational Commercial Art; B.S., Indiana University; M.Ed., Colorado State University'. Sponsor, Commercial Art Club, Tatler Staff. MRS. HARRIET McBRIEN English; A.B., Illinois Wesleyan University. Sponsor, School Newspaper. MRS. BETTY McDaniels English; B.S., M.S., Southern Illinois University. MR. FELIX MACIAS Study Hall; B.S., Culver-Stockton College. Sponsor, Patrol. MR. DONALD F. MR. JULIUS MARTI MALONEY Social Studies; A.B., Vocational Electricity; B.S., M.A., University of II- Bradlcy University. linois.MISS DOROTHY B. MAXFIELD Home Economics; A.B., Mac-Murray College; M.A., Columbia University. Sponsor, National Honor Society, Future Homemakers of America. ■ MR. HAROLD MRS. LINETTE MAUCKER MATTHEWS Study Hall; B.S., University Mathematics; B.S., Taylor of Illinois. University; M.A., Ball State University. MRS. JANIS MILLER Business Education; A.B., Elmira College. MRS. LAVERNE MILLER Practical Nursing; R.N., St. Joseph's Hospital School of Nursing. Washington University, University of Illinois, Southern Illinois University. MR. VERLE MONICAL Chemistry; B.Ed., Southern Illinois University; M.S., University of Illinois. Sponsor, Science Club. MRS. BETTY JO MONTGOMERY Physical Education; B.S., Oakland City College. MR. GERALD W. MONTGOMERY Social Studies; A.B., Evansville College, Southern Illinois University. MR. CHARLES E. MUSGRAVE Orchestra; B.M.Ed., Shurtleff College; M.S., University of Illinois. MRS. FRANCES MUTZ Clinic; R.N., Providence Hospital School of Nursing; Public Health Certificate, St. Louis University. Sponsor, Future Nurses of America. MISS RUBY OLIVER English; B.S., M.A., Southern Illinois University. MRS. NANCY B. PAELTZ Social Studies; B.S., M.Ed., Southern Illinois University Sponsor. Geography Club. MRS. JOSEPHINE PAISLEY English; B.A., Greenville College; M.A., University of Illinois. MR. ROBERT L. PAUL Vocational Machine Shop; B.S., Western Illinois University;: M.Ed., Colorado State 'University. MISS PATRICIA PAYNE Physical Education; B.S., Northern State College. Sponsor, Cheerleaders. MRS. BARBARA O. PENN Mathematics; B.A., Western Maryland College. MR. ALAN PERRY Auto Safety, Driver Education; B.S., Illinois State University; M.Ed., University of Illinois. MRS. ELEANOR S. PERRY English; B.A., College of Emporia. MRS. MABEL PESTOFF Mathematics; A.B., Indiana State College. MR RUSSELL PHELPS Reading Laboratory; B.S., St. Mary's College; M.S., Southern Illinois University. Sponsor, Chess Club. 35MISS AGNES PILGER Counselor; B.S., M.S., Indiana University. Sponsor, Homecoming Committee. MRS. UARTA POINTER Latin; B.Ed., Illinois State University. Sponsor, Latin Club. MRS. SUZANNE POLITSCH Social Studies; B.S., University of Toledo. MISS DELORES A. PRICE Social Studies; B.S., Washington University. MRS. DORIS L. RUE Chorus; B.M., MacMur-ray College. MR. ROGER A. SCHLEPER English; B.S., St. Louis University; M.S., Southern Illinois University. MR. DELVEN SCHNEEBERG Vocational Wood; B.S., M.S., Illinois State University. MRS. DOROTHY SCIFRES Practical Nursing; R.N., St. Joseph’s School of Nursing; B.S.N., Southern Illinois University. MR. THOMAS SETTLE Auto Mechanics; B.S., Southern Illinois University. MR. JERRY SIMPSON Auto Mechanics; B.S., Vocational Technological Institute, Southern Illinois University. MR. CARL D. SPRINGER Business Education; B.S., University of Northern Illinois; M.Ed., University of Illinois. Sponsor, Future Teachers of America. MR. PETE G. STAVROS Physical Education; B.A., Simpson College. Mno. DONNA SOBOTTA French; B.S., Illinois State University. MRS. BEVERLY SPEAR Psychology; A.B., Indiana University; M.S., Southern Illinois University. MR. RALPH STERRETT Health; B.S., M.A., Northeast Missouri State Teachers College. Sponsor, Lettermen’s Club. MRS. MARGARET STROUBE Business Education; B.S., University of Missouri. 36 MR. CYRIL STUCHLIK Russian; B.F.A., M.Mus., University of Nebraska. Sponsor, Russian Club. DR. DONALD SUMMERS Chemistry; B.S.. M.A., Wesleyan University; Ph.D., Columbia University. MR. JACK TANNER Social Studies; B.S., M.S., ■Southern Illinois University. MR. W. DEAN TAYLOR Counselor; B.S., M.S., Southern Illinois University. Sponsor, National Honor Society.MISS LEONA TETER Counselor; B.S., Northeast Missouri State Teachers College; M.A., University of Illinois; Advanced Degree, University of Colorado. MR. LARRY THOMPSON Chemistry; B.A.. Indiana University. Sponsor, Rifle Club, Science Club. MISS MARGARET TIBBETTS Business Education; B.E., Illinois State University; M.A., University of Illinois. MISS ROSEMARY TOMLOVIC German; B.A., Southern Illinois University. Sponsor, German Club. MR. ROBERT TRIESE Vocational Printing; B.S., Stout University. Sponsor, Graphic Arts Club. MR. WAYNE TYLER Auto Safety, Driver Education; B.S., Southwest Missouri State College. MR. CLARENCE E. VAN HOY Counselor; B.A., Shurtlcff College; M.A., St. Louis University; M.S.Ed., Southern Illinois University. MR. CHARLES VANWIE Mathematics; B.S., Murray State College, Oneonta State University. MR. MARION VELLOFF Chemistry; B.S., St. Louis University; M.S., Agricultural and Technical College of North Carolina. Sponsor, Science Club. MR HOMER VOWELS Core Program; B.S., Southern Illinois University. MR. JAMES WASHINGTON Counselor; B.S., Lincoln University of Missouri; M.S., University of Michigan. MRS. RITA WEISS English; B.A., M.A., Purdue University, University of Colorado, University of Puerto Rico. MISS MARY KAY WELBORN Librarian; A.B., Indiana University, Washington University, University of Denver. MR. BENJAMIN WHITESIDE Art; B.A., Blackburn College; M.F.A., Shurtleff College, University of New Hampshire, Butler University, Southern Illinois University. MR. JAMES WIGGER Driver Education; B.S.Ed., Southeast Missouri University. Sponsor, Lettermen’s Club. MISS JULIA WILLIAMSON English; B.Ed., Southern Illinois University; M.A., University of Illinois. MRS. FLORENCE WOLLERMAN English; A.B., Illinois State College; M.A., University of Illinois. MR. LEO WOOLS Chemistry; A.B., Arkansas College; B.S., M.S.. University of Texas. Sponsor, Science Club. MR. EDWARD YONKUS Physical Education; B.S., Southeast Missouri State College. Sponsor. Rifle Club, Lettermen’s Club. x 37 MRS. VIRGINIA L. MRS. JANET W. MRS. EVA I. BECHTOLD BEUTTEL BRADSHAW MRS. BETTY J. MRS. RACHEL E. MRS. HELEN H. FERRIL DcJ ARNETT ERNEST MRS. MAXINE CRIVELLO MISS MARGARET E. DAVIS MRS BARBARA J. GONER M55;«S£i5CELLA E‘ MRS ELEANOR L MRS. MARTHA J. LYONS MISS MARLANA M. GRIFFIN HAMMON SCHRAMMMrs. Laurene Cown Mrs. Ada Laurence Mrs. Jane Doerr Mrs. Clara Lewis Mrs. Anna Ewing Mrs. Ruby Scheiter Mrs. Dorris Mrs. Merle Gormley Acord Mrs. Kathleen Mrs. Laura Schwartz Headley Mrs. Ruby Shinn Mrs. Ruth Borman Mrs. Melba Horn Mrs. Violet Sitze Mrs. Stella Corn Mrs. Gay Klaus Mrs. Beulah Strader Custodians Mr. Edward Ballhurst Mrs. Flossie Edsall Mr. Herman Oswalt Mr. Roland Banks Mrs. Minnie Holford Mr. Clyde Reed Mr. Lewis Brandon Mr. Leroy Holman Mr. George Rodgers Mr. George Burford Mr. Harold Jackson Mr. Clinton Smith Mr. O. B. Jones Mrs. Sarah Taylor Mr. Thomas Karnes Mr. Edward Wallner Mr. George Lohr Mr. Edgar Wells Mr. Herman Nolan Mr. Orville WilliamsSENIORSWE OF THE SENIOR CLASS REPRESENTTHE REALISATION OF THE FUNDAMEN1AL PRINCIPLES FOR WHICH AUON SENIOR- HIGH SCHOOL exists. AS WE SO OUR- INDIVIDUAL WAVS — TO COLLESE, TO A JOB, TO A FAMILY — WE SHALL EMBODY THE IDEALS, BEUEFS, AND RESOLUTIONS CHARACTERISTIC OF OUR EDUCATION- r is the thoroughness with WHICH WE COMPLETE OURTASR that will determine the DEGREE OF OUR SUCCESS. 43Th Uh ihj 4 ifi fndujldu Jtl I$ th RXgfc6 t E eoufe f-fts Own TfiOugfcis. CLASS MOTTO CLASS OF 1966 As a contribution to Alton Senior High School, the Class of 1966 has elected to erect a sign identifying our campus. It is hoped that this project may be financed with the present senior fund, supplemented by money-making projects this year. 44Last spring Jim Kodros was elected President of the Class of 1966. At last year’s graduation, according to Alton High School tradition, Jim accepted the cane and chain, symbols of the senior class. From the time of his election Jim has worked actively to carry out the duties of his office. His first responsibility was the organization of the 1965 Junior Prom. Since then Jim has led in the development of a class motto project, and the organization of the Senior Prom. The Tatler is proud to salute a scholar, athlete, and outstanding student, Jim Kodros, President of the Class of 1966. JAMES MICHAEL KODROS PRESIDENT, CLASS OF 1966 45ROY THOMAS ACKMAN Chorus, Rifle Club. SANDRA KAYE ALEXANDER Chorus, First Band 2, 3, 4; Marching 100, National Honor Society, Newspaper Staff, Pep Club. LARRY E. ALTERMOTT Concert Band 3, Drill Team 3, Katnips, Marching 100, Orchestra 2, 3; Pep Band 2, 3, 4; Pep Club, Pit Orchestra 2, 3, 4; Thespians ROBERT ALAN ALBRECHT Future Distributors’ Club, Rifle Club. LESTER HAROLD ALEXANDER Lettermen's Club, Varsity Football Manager, Varsity Track Manager. CAMILLE MARIE ALLEN Chorus, Latin Club, Library Assistant, Office Assistant, Pep Club. DOROTHY JEAN ALLEN Chorus, Future Business Leaders of America, Future Homemakers of America, Pep Club. SAMUEL JOSEPH •ALLEN Future Distributors’ Club, Patrol, Pep Club. KATHLEEN ANNE ALLTON Concert Band 3, 4; Future Nurses of America, Latin Club, Marching 100, Masquers, Pep Club. ELIZABETH C. ANSCHUETZ French Club, Junior Prom Committee, Latin Club, Masquers, National Honor Society, Pep Club, Student Council, Tatler Staff. WILLIAM D. ANTON Chorus, Folk Singing Society, Patrol, Pep Club. ■ GERALD SYLVESTER ARMSTEAD Pep Club. DONALD EARL ARMSTRONG Chorus, Folk Singing Society, German Club, Latin Club, Patrol, Pep Club, Varsity Football 2, 3, 4.LOUIS WILLIAM ARMSTRONG TAMARA SUE ARST Chorus, Junior Prom Committee. Latin Club, Masquers, National Honor Society, Newspaper Staff, Pep Club, Russian Club. Student Council, Tatler Staff, Thespians. DEANNA CHERIL AUGHENBAUGH Chorus, Office Occupations Club, Orchestra 3. 1 V f JERRY tATF AUSTWICK Counselor Assistant, Let-termen’s Club. Patrol, Pep Club. Varsity Basketball 2, 3, 4; Varsity Baseball 2, 3, 4. ■ CATHY RUTH AUTREY Chorus,, French Club, Future Homemakers of A-merica. Future Nurses of America. Library Assistant. CHARLES LEE BAEHLER JUDY ANN BAILEY Chorus, Dream Girl, Homecoming Queen Maid, Junior Prom Committee, Masquers, Pep Club. CHARLES WESLEY BAIRD Concert Band, Drill Team 2, 3, Marching 100, Orchestra 4, Pep Band 2, 3, 4; Pep Club. JACQUELINE ELAINE BAKER Future Cosmetologists of America, Office Assistant, Pep Club, Spanish Club. EUGENE BALDWIN JR. Chorus. Patrol, Student Council, Thespians. BETTY ANNETTE BALL Chorus. Commercial Ait Club. French Club. Future Homemakers of America. Marching 100—Color Guard Orchestra 2. 3. 4; Pep Club. Tatler Staff. STEVE FRANCIS BALLHURST Pep Club. MARIAN ELIZABETH BARDOLPH Chorus, French Club, Latin Club, Masquers, Thespians. JOHN HOWARD BAROCCA German Club. 47RICHARD KENT BASEDEN Latin Club, Patrol, Pep Club, Varsity Football 3, 4; Football 3, 4; Varsity Track 2. CYNTHIA JANE BASSFORD Chorus, Future Homemakers of America, Junior Prom Committee, Masquers, Office Assistant, Pep Club. KENNETH WALTER BAUSER Pep Club, Spanish Club. PATRICIA ANN BAXTER Chorus, Masquers, Office Occupations Club, Pep Club. JOYCE KAYE BAYER Future Homemakers of America, Girls' Athletic Association. DAVID LACY BAZZELL Lcttcrmcn s Club, . Pep Club, Rifle Club, Varsity Football 2, 3, 4; Varsity Baseball 2, 3, 4. PHILIP DAVID BEAR Concert Band, Marching 100, National Honor Society, Pep Band 2, 3, 4; Pit Orchestra 2, 3, 4; Thespians. JANICE DARLENE BEELER National Honor Society. 48 JANE BEISER Chorus, French Club, Junior Prom Committee, Library Assistant, Masquers, National Honor Society, Pep Club. Student Council, Tatlcr Staff. V H DONNA KAYE BECK Chorus, Counselor Assistant, French Club, Junior Prom Committee, Pep Club, Thespians. GERALD HENRY BEMIS Latin Club, Patrol, Pep Club, Rifle Club. CARLA JEAN BEDWILL Counselor Assistant, Future Cosmetologists of America, Latin Club, Marching 100—Majorette, National Honor Society. BETTY ANN BENTLEY Chorus, First Band 2, 3, 4; Junior Prom Committee Pep Club.ers of America, Pep Club. JOE CHARLES BERAN GEORGE DAVID BERRY LEON ELDON BEUTTEL Counselor Assistant, Pep Club, Spanish Club. MARTHA SUE BIERBAUM Chorus, German Club, Junior Prom Committee, Pep Club, Taller Staff. % « » i ♦ ' i « wu . v .» ‘ f I.J JAMES DALE B1ZAILLION KAREN GAIL BILLINGS Future Homemakers of America. JAMES DAVID BLACK Chorus, Folk Singing Society, Masquers, Patrol, Pep Club. SHEILA CHERI BI.ACKARD Future Homemakers of America. LINDELL DEAN BLACKFORD Chorus. Concert Band 2, 3; Drill Team 2, 3; Marching 100, Pep Band 3, Pep Club. ■ DIANE RAY BLOCK French Club, Junior Prom Committee, Pep Club. RICHARD A. BOCK Patrol, Pep Club, Varsity Cross Country 2, Varsity Baseball 2. MELVIN RONALD BOLTON Boys' Cabinet, Concert Band. Varsity Cross Country 3. 4; Varsity Track 2, 3, 4. LINDA KAYE BOOMERSHINE Chorus, Future Homemakers of America, Gym Helper, Pep Club, Spanish Club. 49KARON MAY BORNES ROBERT EUGENE BRACHT PATRICK JOSEPH BRENNAN National Honor Society. 50 SHARON KAY BORNES Chorus, Future Homemakers of America. CATHY ANN BOSCHERT Chorus, Future Homemakers of America, Latin Club, National Honor Society. Club. CHARLES LEE BOWLING Chorus, Pep Club, Varsity Football 2, 3, 4; Varsity Track 2, 3, 4. MIKE JOHN BRADLEY JOHN DWANE BRANDEL Counselor Assistant, Office Assistant, Pep Club, Spanish Club. DIANE SUE BREGENZER Future Cosmetologists of America, Future Homemakers of America, Pep Club. JUDITH ANN BRIDGES Chorus, Future Secretaries Association. Library Assistant, Office Occupations Club. Pep Club, Thespians. DENNIS RAY BRINKMAN Commercial Art Club, Rifle Club, Tatler Staff. ALBERTA BROWN Chorus, Future Homemakers of America, Pep Club. BONNIE KAY BROWN Future Cosmetologists of America, Future Homemakers of America, Nurse’s Assistant, Office Assistant.MELODIE JAE BROWN Chorus, Drill Team 2, 3; French Club, Latin Club, Marching 100—Color Guard Sergeant, Masquers, Orchestra 2, 3, 4; Pep Club, Pit Orchestra, Thespians. DAVID STERIGERE BRYAN Chorus, German Club, Junior Prom Committee, National Honor Society, Patrol, Pep Club, Student Council, Tatler Staff, Thespians. ELIZABETH BUND Chorus, Counselor Assistant, French Club, Junior Prom Committee, Library Assistant, Masquers, Office Assistant, Patrol, Pep Club. DIANE IRENE BRUCE Counselor Assistant, French Club, Pep Club. RICHARD M. BRUCE Patrol, Pep Club. LINDA FAYE BURNS Future Cosmetologists of America, Future Homemakers of America. JOHN ROBERT BUERKLE Concert Band, Junior Prom Committee, Marching 100, Masquers, National Honor Society, Pep Band 2, 3; Pep Club, Student Council, Thespians. MARY JANE BUESE Counselor Assistant, French Club, Junior Prom Committee, Pep Club. L. WAY AN BUCHANAN Office Assistant, Pep Club. LESLIE BUNSE Future Distributors’ Club. TERRY LEE BUCHANAN RICHARD ALBERT BRUNNWORTH Science Club. HELEN LOUISE BROWN Counselor Assistant, French Club, Future Nurses of America, Masquers, Pep Club. LARRY DUANE BROWN Chorus, Counselor Assistant, Junior Prom Committee, Masquers, Patrol, Pep Club. TERRY RANDALL BRUNS Pep Club. 51MARTHA ANN BURRESS Chorus, Counselor Assistant, French Club. Junior Prom Committee, Masquers, Pep Club, Tatlcr Staff. SANDRA GELANE BURT Chorus, First Band 2, 3, 4; Marching 100—Majorette, Masquers, Pep Club WILLIAM BURTON Chorus. MARK EDWARD BURY Chorus, French Club, Junior Prom Committee, Pep Club. ANNA CHARLENA BUSH Chorus, Future Homemakers of America, Pep Club. KENNETH DALE BUTTRY Future Distributors' Club, Office Assistant. MARY ANN CALDWELL Future Business Leaders of America, Gym Helper, Pep Club. MARGARET DELOIS CALVIN Chorus, Future Homemakers of America, Pep Club. ERIC CARTER CAMPAGNA German Club, Junior Prom Committee, Pep Club, Varsity Golf 3, 4. JAMES DENNIS CAMPBELL Lettermen's Club, Pep Club, Varsity Basketball 2, 3, 4; Varsity Cross Country. GEORGE MARLIN CANNON Future Farmers of America. EMILY IRENE CANNON Chorus, Library Assistant, Newspaper Staff, Russian Club, Student Council. 52GLEN RODGER CARROLL Lettermen’s Club, Office Assistant, Pep Club, Varsity Cross Country 2, 3, 4; Varsity Track 2, 3, 4. JO ANN CARROLL Chorus, Future Cosmetologists of America, Junior Prom Committee, Masquers, Pep Club. EZRA CASEY National Honor Society. SANDY LEE CASTLE Chorus, Latin Club, Masquers, Pep Club. JANET SUE CHERRY Chorus, Latin Club, Masquers, Pep Club. ARTHUR L. CHESTER Chorus, Human Relations Club, Pep Club, Varsity Cross Country 2. JAMES ARTHUR CHILDERS Commercial Art Club, National Honor Society. TOM PAUL CHIOLERO Chorus, Geography Club, Office Assistant, Pep Club, Varsity Football 2, 4. JOYCE ELAINE CICIGOI Latin Club, National Honor Society, Newspaper Staff, Pep Club, Tatler Staff. DAVID EDWARD CLARK GARY DANIEL CLARK First Band 2, 3, 4; French Club, Lettermen’s Club, Pep Club, Varsity Baseball. PERCY LEE CLARK First Band 2, 3, 4; Future Business Leaders of America, Pep Club, Varsity Cross Country 2, 3, 4; Varsity Track 2 3, 4. DOLORES ANN CLAUSEN Chorus, Future Home makers of America, Fu ture Nurses of America Girls' Athletic Association Latin Club, National Hon or Society, Pep Club. THOMAS MICHAEL CLAUSEN Concert Band, Drill Team 2, 3; Marching 100. SUDIE MAE CLIFTON Future Homemakers of America, Office Assistant, Pep Club. 53SANDY M. CLINE Future Homemakers of America. BARBARA LYNN CONRAD Future Cosmetologists of America. SHARON ANN COPE Chorus, Counselor Assistant, Junior Prom Committee, Latin Club, Masquers, Newspaper Staff, Pep Club. Tatler Staff. 54 MARTHA JANE COFFEE Chorus, French Club, Future Business Leaders of America, Future Homemakers of America, Gym Helper, Masquers, Patrol, Pep Club, Thespians. RONALD LEE CONRAD Future Farmers of Amer-ca. PENNY L. COOKE Future Distributors’ Club, National Honor Society, Office Assistant. ■ i KATHLEEN COLEMAN Future Homemakers of America, Library Assistant, Pep Club. THOMAS MICHAEL COOKE Pep Club, Varsity Basketball 2, 3. CARROLL JEAN CRADER Junior Prom Committee, Latin Club, Patrol, Pep Club, Tatler Staff. JUDITH ANN CRADER Chorus, Counselor Assistant, Junior Prom Committee, Pep Club. WILLIAM V. CRAIN Varsity Football 3, 4. DONNA ELIZABETH CONNER Drill Team 2, 3; French Club, Marching 100— Color Guard, Orchestra 2, 3, 4; DEBORAH A. COPE ROBERTA JEAN CREAMER Chorus, Counselor Assistant, Masquers, National Honor Society, Office Assistant, Pep Club, Thespians.KEN A. CREWS Graphic Arts Club. MARSHA ANN CRIVELLO Concert Band 3, Counselor Assistant, Future Homemakers of America, Future Nurses of America, Masquers, Pep Club, Rus-sial Club, Thespians. PATRICIA GAYLE CROUCH Chorus, French Club, Junior Prom Committee, Latin Club, Masquers, National Honor Society, Patrol, Pep Club, Tatlcr Staff. ROSE ELLEN CUNNINGHAM Future Distributors' Club, Future Homemakers of A-mcrica, Office Assistant, Pep Club. SHELIA MARIE CURRAN Chorus, Future Cosmetologists of America, Latin Club, Masquers, Pep Club. CHRIS GAIL CROWE Future Homemakers of A-merica. STEVE CHARLES CURRINS Concert Band, National Honor Society, Varsity Cross Country 2, 3, 4; Varsity Track 2, 3, 4; Let-termen's Club. MARY JANE CUNNINGHAM Future Business Leaders of America, Future Homemakers of America, Pep Club RONNY ANTHONY CZICHOS ROBIN KENT DARNELL Patrol, Pep Club. JAMES MICHAEL DAECH Chess Club, Future Teachers of America. I.ettcrmcn's Club, Office Assistant. Patrol. Pep Club. Spanish Club. Varsity Track 2, 3. 4. BERNARD JAMES DAVEY Pep Club. MELVA LOUISE DAVIDSON Chorus, Future Homemakers of America, Patrol, Pep Club. FRANCES DIANNE DAVIS Future Homemakers of America, Fcp Club, Chorus. 55 ■ROBERT DALE DAVIS Soys' Cabinet. Pep Club. BRENDA SUE DEEDER Chorus, Future Cosmetologists of America, Future Homemakers of America. SHEILA MARIE DAVIS Latin Club, Marching 100 —Color Guard, National Honor Society, Orchestra 2, 3, 4. THOMAS JOHN DEHNER Chorus, Junior Prom Committee, Masquers, Varsity Baseball 2. JANICE LYNN DAWSON Concert Band, Future Business Leaders of America, Marching 100, Masquers, Pep Club. GARY J. DEISHER Pep Club. SANDRA JEAN DEAL Future Homemakers of A merica, Library Assistant. JAY REED DELANO Folk Singing Society, French Club, Junior Prom Committee, Masquers, Pep Club. RICHARD PAUL DECK f MARLENE DEROY National Honor Society MARY BARBARA DILLEY Future Homemakers of America. VERNA TO DICKSON Concert Band. French Club. Junior Prom Committee. Latin Club. Marching 100—Head Majorette, Masquers, Orchestra 2. Pep Club. Pit Orchestra 2. 3, 4; Rifle Club. Tatler Staff, Thespians. 56 KATHRYN ANN DINGELDEIN French Club. Katnips, Latin Club. Marching 100, Masquers. National Honor Society, Orchestra 2, 3. 4; Pep Club. Pit Orchestra. Tatler Staff. Thespians. JANET KATHRYN DOWNS French Club, Future Business Leaders of America, Pep Club. LINDA S. DRAINER Chorus, French Club, Masquers, Pep Club.makers of America, Girls' CAROL ANN Athletic Association. ROBERT M. DUMEY DUCOMMUN Rifle Club. Chorus, French Club, Future Homemakers of A-merica, Pep Club, Taller Staff. LARRY DALE DUNNAGAN Commercial Art Club, First Band 2, Pep Club, Tatler Staff. JOAN LEE DUNSTON Future Homemakers of A-mcrica. RONALD EUGENE EALEY First Band 2, Lettermen’s Club, Pep Club, Varsity Baseball 2, 3, 4. SHIRLE ANN EDSALL Future Cosmetologists of America. MICHAEL E. EDWARDS Boys’ Cabinet, Pep Club, Varsity Football 2, Varsity Track 2. THOMAS WAYNE ELLINGTON Chorus, Pep Club, Rifle Club. REGINA LORRAINE ELLIOTT Library Assistant, Office Assistant, Office Occupations Club, Pep Club. tions Club, Pep Club. WILLIAM A. ELLIOTT First Band 2, Human Relations Club, Junior Prom Committee, Pep Club. KARON LOUISE ELROD Future Homemakers of A-merica. MARILYN FRANCINE ELY Chorus, Future Business Leaders of America, Latin Club, Newspaper Staff, Office Occupations Club, Pep Club. 57HAROLD LEE EMDE German Club, Office Assistant, Patrol, Pep Club. MICHAEL PATRICK ERBE Katnips, Orchestra 2, 3, 4; Pit Orchestra, Science Club. TOLLIE EUGENE EVANS Counselor Assistant, Patrol, Pep Club. LINDA GAY FELKEY French Club, Library Assistant, National Honor Society, Office Assistant. JOAN LEA FEUQUAY Chess Club, Future Secretaries Association, National Honor Society, Office Occupations Club, Pep Club. J. TOM FISCHER Gym Helper, Pep Club, Varsity Football 2, 3, 4. LARRY GENE FISHER Future Business Leaders of America, Patrol, Pep Club. CONNIE L. FITCH Future Cosmetologists of America, Future Homemakers of America, Girls’ Athletic Association, Pep Club. ■ LYNDELL LEE FITCH MARILYN YVONNE FLEMING Future Homemakers of America, Girls' Athletic Association, Pep Club. WILLIAM RUSSELL FLEMING Office Assistant, Patrol, Pep Club. PAMELA RUTH FERGUSON Counselor Assistant, Dream Girl Maid, French Club, Homecoming Queen Maid, Junior Prom Committee, Library Assistant, Office Assistant, Pep Club, Tatler Staff. DOUGLAS RAY FISK Varsity Football 2, 3, 4. TERRELL H. FLETCHER Chorus, Pep Club, Rifle Club, Russian Club. 58GARY DEAN FORRESTER Future Distributors' Club, Pep Club. STEPHEN REED FRANKLIN DARLENE ANN FRENCH JEAN MARIE FROHOCK Future Business Leaders of America, Office Occupations Club. Pep Club. Future Secretaries Association, Nurse's Assistant, Office Occupations Club. BEVERLY ANN FROST Future Business Leaders of America, Girls’ Athletic Association, Pep Club. DAVID L. FULLAGAR Pep Club. DORIS GALLOWAY CHARLES DEAN GALLUP Graphic Arts Club. BRUCE PAUL GANTER Latin Club, National Hon or Society, Pep Club. GARNER Chorus, Gym Helper, Masquers, Pep Club. juLIA NELLE GARRELS Chorus. French Club. German Club. Junior Prom Committee. Masquers, Orchestra 2, 3; Pep Club, Pit Orchestra. Student Council. Thespians. HAROLD GATES Concert Band, Marching 100 2, 3, 4; Orchestra 2, 3; Pep Band 2, 3, 4; Pep Club, Student Council. MARILYN GENELLE GEHRKE German Club, National Honor Society. GREGORY FEDDERSEN GAYLORD Pep Club. 59merica, Office Assistant. KATHLEEN MARIE GEORGEVITS Latin Club, Masquers, Pep Club. DONALD GENE GILLIAN AROLE DIANA GLEN rench Club, Future eachers of America, Of-ce Assistant. 60 JEANETTE MAE GOBBLE Chorus, Future Business Leaders of America, Future Homemakers of A-merica, Pep Club. RICHARD GIBBS EDWARD E. GIBERSON Folk Singing Society, German Club, Pep Club, Varsity Football 2, 3, 4; Varsity Track 2, 3, 4. JOE W. GIBSON Patrol, Pep Club. ■ TERESA ANN GILLSON Counselor Assistant, Future Distributors’ Club, Future Homemakers of A-merica, Masquers, Pep Club, Thespians. JAMES HAROLD GLAESER Latin Club, Office Assistant, Patrol, Pep Club, Varsity Cross Country 2, 3, 4; Varsity Track 2, 3, 4 DIANNA LARRAINE GLEASON Future Homemakers of A-merica, Office Assistant. CHERYL ARLENE GOLTZ Chorus, Masquers, National Honor Society, Pep Club, Spanish Club. BETTY JEAN GOOLEY Future Business Leaders of America, Future Homemakers of America, Pep Club. RONALD WARREN GRACE Pep Club.LARRY ALLEN GRANT Future Distributors’ Club. RONALD G. GREEN Chess Club, Concert Band, Marching 100 3, 4; Radio Club, Varsity Track 3, 4. BOB DALE GRESHAM Pep Club. RICHARD STEVEN GRAY BARBARA ANN GRAZIANA Chorus, German Club, Gym Helper, Junior Prom Committee, Library Assistant, Masquers, Office Occupations Club, Patrol, Pep Club, Taller Staff. BILLY CHARLES GREELING Future Farmers of America. GLENDA CHERYL GREEN Commercial Art Club, Latin Club, Masquers, National Honor Society, Newspaper Staff, Pep Club, Tatler Staff. MARGIE LOUISE GREENWELL Future Homemakers of A-merica. RITA FAYE GREENWELL Future Homemakers of A-merica, Girls' Athletic Association, Library Assistant, Pep Club. PAULA MARIE GREER Future Homemakers of A-merica. SANDRA LEE GRENZEBACH Chorus, Commercial Ait Club, Library Assistant. JOYCE ANN GRIGGS Future Cosmetologists of America, Future Homemakers of America. LAWRENCE DALE GRIMES Chorus. JOHN EDWARD GRIZZLE Pep Club, Varsity Football, Manager. JUDY SUE GROPPEL Chorus, Future Homemakers of America, National Honor Society, Thespians. 61ROBERT ALLEN GRUVER Chorus, Latin Club, Let-tcrmen's Club, Office Assistant, Patrol, Pep Club, Varsity Basketball 2, 3, 4; Varsity Football 2, 3, 4; Varsity Baseball 2, 3, 4. BARBARA LOIS HAMBY Future Homemakers of America, BETSY HOOD HARRIS Cheerleader, Junior Prom Committee, Latin Club, Masquers, National Honor Society, Pep Club, Tat-ler Staff. 62 MARGARET CATHERINE HALLEY Counselor Assistant, French Club, Latin Club, Masquers, National Honor Society. HERBERT W. HALLOWS Future Homemakers of ica. STEPHEN F. HAMBERG WILLIAM EARNEST HANNEBAUM MARSHA RENAE HARRIS Chorus, Counselor Assistant, Future Secretaries Association, Patrol. Honor Society, Pep Club, Varsity Baseball 2, 3, 4. CYNTHIA ANN HARDIN Chorus, Future Cosmetologists of America, Masquers, Thespians. ■ KEVIN ANDRE HAUSMANCECELIA ANN HAWKINS Chorus, National Honor Society, Newspaper Staff, Orchestra 2, 3, 4; Pep Club, Russian Club. ALICE JEAN HAYNES Chorus, Future Business Leaders of America, Future Secretaries Association, Office Occupations Club, Pep Club. RICHARD HUGH HAZELTON Chorus, French Club, German Club, Masquers, Thespians. TAMMY SUE HEAD Concert Band, Marching 100 2, 3, 4; Orchestra 2, 3, 4; Pit Orchestra 2, 3, 4. i DONNA KAYE HEFLEY Future Homemakers of America. r mi I JILL FLORENCE HEIENS Masquers, Nurse’s Assistant, Office Assistant, Pep Club, Spanish Club. DAN FRANKLIN HEINDRICKS Chorus, Patrol, Pep Club. KERMIT CONRAD HELLRUNG Chorus, Office Assistant, Pep Club. LARRY DENNIS HELLRUNG Assistant, Pep Club. GARY LESTIL HENDERSON Pep Club. RICHARD SPENCER HENDERSON Chorus, Varsity Football 2, 3, 4; Varsity Track 2, 3. STEPHEN JOHN HENDERSON Chorus, Lettermen’s Club, National Honor Society, Patrol, Varsity Football 2, 3, 4; Varsity Baseball 2, 3, 4. RUSSELL D. HICKMAN Office Occupations Club. 63D. SHERYL HILLER Chorus, Junior Prom Committee, Latin Club, Masquers, Pep Club. GEORGIA M. HOLMAN French Club, Future Business Leaders of America, Patrol, Tep Club. I i v JACQUELINE GRACE HUERNER Masquers, National Honor Society, Orchestra 2, 3, 4; Pep Club, Russian Club, Tatlcr Staff. 64 RICHARD C. HINDELANG JAMES ROBERT HOERING SHARON YVONNE HOLDER Future Cosmetologists of America, Pep Club. CLARENCE LEVI HOLLIDAY Boys’ Cabinet, Pep Club, Varsity Track 2. DENNIS OLIVER HONKE Pep Club. DENNIS KENT HUFFSTUTLER PAULA JEAN HOPKINS Chorus, Counselor Assistant, Future Homemakers of America, Junior Prom Committee, Latin Club, Masquers, National Honor Society, Pep Club. TERRY LYNN HORNSEY Commercial Art Club, Masquers, Pep Club, Thespians. KIRK DOUGLAS HUBER LINDA L. HULL Future Distributors’ Club. PAULA DARLENE HUGHEY Counselor Assistant. Future Business Leaders of America. Future Secretaries Association. Latin Club. Pep Club. Student Council. GARY LESLIE HUMMEL Future Farmers of America, Pep Club.BERNICE KATIE HUNT Future Nurses of America. ALICE ELIZABETH HYNDMAN Junior Prom Committee, Pep Club. SHEILA YVONNE HYNDMAN Chorus, Concert Band, Drill Team 2, 3; Future" Homemakers of America, Marching 100—C o 1 o r Guard, Masquers, Pep Club. DAVID E. IRVINE National Honor Society. PAUL LYNN JACOBSON French Club. GLEN ALLEN JACKSON Chorus. RODNEY GERALD INGRAM Boys’ Cabinet, Pep Club. LINDA KAY ISHMAEL Chorus, First Band 2, 3; Future Business Leaders of America, Pep Club. LINDA ANN JACKSON Chorus, Future Homemakers of America, Pep Club. PETER ROMAN J AROSE WYCZ National Honor Society, Russian Club. BOB ALLEN JARRETT Geography Club, Patrol, Pep Club, Varsity Tennis 2. GLORIA JEAN JEMISON Chorus, Future Homemakers of America, Library' Assistant, Patrol. MAC IRVING JENKINS Pep Club, Varsity Cross Country 2, 3; Varsity Track 2, 3, 4. DENNIS MICHAEL JOCKISCH Pep Club. RAYMOND JOSEPH JOEHL Latin Club. Lettermen’s Club. National Honor Society. Pep Club. Tatlcr Staff. Varsity Football 2. 3. 4. 65STANLEY CONRAD KAIZER CLYDE JONES Lettermen's Club, Patrol, Pep Club, Spanish Club, Varsity Baseball 2, 3, 4. CYNTHIA KATHRYN JOYCE Chorus, Future Homemakers of America, Pep Club. PEARLIE M. JONES Future Homemakers of America, Pep Club. MARY PATRICIA JOYCE Future Homemakers of A-merica. Pep Club. SHERYL GRACE JOHNSON Chorus, Future Homemakers of America. WAYNE MORRIS JONES Future Distributors' Club, Pep Club. ARTHUR WINSTON JORDAN Chorus, Future Distributors’ Club. BYRON NEAL JORDAN Chorus, Future Distributors' Club, Pep Club, Varsity Track 2, 3. DENNY CARL JOHNSON Pep Club. JOHN JONES KENNETH LYNDELL JOHNSON Gym Helper, Lettermen’s Club, Masquers, National Honor Society, Pep Club Russian Club, Varsity Track 2, 3, 4; Varsity Football 2, 3, 4. RONALD DEAN KARNS First Band 2, 3, 4; Latin Club, Pep Club. ADELE MARIE JOHNSON Chorus, Future Business Leaders of America, Latin Club, National Honor Society, Newspaper Staff, Tatler Staff. DEBORAH C. JONES Counselor Assistant, French Club, National Hono - Society, Office Assistant, Pep Club.SUSAN EILEEN KATE LI NEK Chorus, Future Homemakers of America, Masquers, Pep Club. KEN GENE KAUBLE BARBARA S. KAUFFOLD Chorus, Future Distributors' Club, Future Homemakers of America, Pep Club, Office Assistant. RICHARD LEE KAUBLE Concert Band, Pep Club. MIKE DAVID KAUFFOLD CYNTHIA IE AN KAUS Chorus, Gym Helper. Folk French National Honor Pep Club. Society, JEAN KELLY Cosmetologists of America. DANIEL RAY KENNEDY Counselor Assistant, Junior Prom Committee, Let-termen’s Club. Pep Club, Varsity Football 2, 3, 4; Varsity Baseball 2, 3, 4. SANDRA LEE KENNEDY Counselor Assistant, Junior Prom Committee, Pep Club. SHARYN LYNN KENNEDY Chorus, Future Homemakers of America, Pep Club. PEGGY J. KELLY Chorus, Future Homemakers of America, Pep Club. STANLEY WAYNE KENNEDY BRENDA JOYCE KELTIE Chorus, Library Assistant, Pep Club. STEVEN PAUL KESSINGER Pep Club, Varsity Cross, Country 3. 67merica, Office Assistant. EDWARD ALLEN KIDWELL SALLY JANE KIMBRO Future Business Leaders of America. Future Homemakers of America, Of- ROBERTA LOUISE ficc Assistant, Pep Club. KING Future Homemakers of America. WAYNE ELVEN KING Commercial Art Club, Gym Helper, Office Assistant, Pep Club. PAMELA JO KINGERY Counselor Assistant, Junior Prom Committee, Pep Club, Russian Club, Tat-ler Staff. GARY WILLIAM KITZMILLER Junior Prom Committee, Office Assistant. Pep Club. PAULA JEANNINE KOCH F.RSPERGER Commercial Art Club. Tat ler Staff. 68 I AMES MICHAEL KODROS Chorus. Class President, Let-termen's Club, National Honor Society, Patrol, Tatlcr Staff, Thespians, Varsity, Football 2. 3. -I: Varsity Track 2, 3, L ELISABETH MARGARITA KOMLOS Chorus, German Club, Latin Club, Literary Club, Masquers, National Honor Society, Newspaper Staff, Pep Club, Student Council, Tatler Staff, Thespians. CAROL LYNN KOSHINSKI Chorus, Counselor Assistant, German Club, Latin Club. Masquers, Patrol, Pep Club. SARAH REED KOZICKY Folk Singing Society, Future Nurses of America, Junior Prom Committee, Latin Club, Masquers, Nurse's Assistant, Pep Club, Tatler Staff.DANNY EUGENE KREITNER First Band 2, 3, 4; Marching 100 4. JOHN MICHAEL KUHN Chorus, Junior Prom Committee. ED LEE LAMPARTER JUDITH ANN LAMBRICH French Club, Future Homemakers of America, Future Teachers of Ameri- FREDERICK WILLIAM ca, Masquers, Pep Club. LAMMERS Chorus, Commercial Art Club, Pep Club, Tatler Staff, Thespians. JAMES LAFIKES BARBARA JEAN LANDRETH National Honor Society. DANA JANEEN LAIRD Chorus, Future Business Leaders of America, Future Homemakers of America, Pep Club. PATRICIA JEAN LANDRETH Future Cosmetologists of America, Future Homemakers of America, Gym Helper, Pep Club. THOMAS H. LANGE Concert Band, Latin Club, Marching 100 2, 3, 4; National Honor Society, Pep Band 2, 3, 4. GARY LANGLEY ANGELA LAPINTA Future Business Leaders of America, Pep Club. DAVID WAYNE LASLIE RICHARD H. LAWRENCE Chorus, Russian Club. 69KAREN LYNN LEADICKER First Band 2, 3, 4; Masquers, Pep Club. RALPH WILEY LEAVELL Chorus, Counselor Assistant, French Club, Office Assistant, Patrol, Pep Club. LAVONDA JUNE LEDFORD Chorus, Future Homemakers of America. STUART JAMES LEDINGHAM Concert Band, Junior Prom Committee, Masquers National Honor So- ciety, Orchestra 2, 3; Pep Club, Spanish Club, Taller Staff. JANET SUE LEMAY Future Business Leaders of America, Office Occupations Club. r PATRICIA ANN LEWIS Girls' Athletic Association, Gym Helper. BRUCE GALE LENHARDT National Honor Society, Radio Club, Science Club, Spanish Club. GEORGE ALLEN LEONE SUSAN DALE LEWIS Counselor Assistant, Masquers, Nurse's Assistant, Pep Club, Tatler Staff. NANCY LYNN LIEBHEIT German Club, Masquers, Pep Club, Tatler Staff. JAMES MICHAEL LINDSEY Future Farmers of America, Pep Club. 70 PAMELA KAY LEIBLE Chorus, Concert Band, French Club, Future Business Leaders of America, Future Secretaries Association, Marching 100 2, 3, 4; Pep Club. SUE ANN LEWIS Future Homemakers of America, Gym Helper, Pep Club. SHERRILL CARLENE LIPPINCOTT French Club, Future Nurses of America, Girls’ Athletic Association, Masquers, Nurses’s Assistant, Pep Club.E. DAVID LOCKE Counselor Assistant, Patrol, Pep Club, Rifle Club, Spanish Club. FRED HAL LITTLETON Future Farmers of America. JOHN THOMAS LOCKE Pep Club, Varsity Cross Country 3, 4; Varsity Track 3, 4. MARY LOU LOFTS Chorus, Future Business Leaders of America, Future Secretaries Association, Office Assistant, Pep Club. PAULA R. LOGAN Concert Band, Junior Prom Committee, Marching 100 2, 3; Masquers, Pep Club, Tatler Staff. HARRY F. LORSBACH National Honor Society. SUSIE E. LOSCH Office Assistant, Pep Club. TERRY LEE LYON Chorus, Commercial Art Club, First Band 2, Office Assistant, Pep Club. Varsity Tennis 2, 3, 4. HAROLD DEAN MATT McCASKILL McBRIDE Human Relations Club, Office Assistant, Patrol, Pep Club, Varsity Tennis 2. SHERRY JOANN McCORMICK Chorus. Junior Prom Committee, Latin Club, Masquers, Office Occupations Club. Pep Club.THOMAS E. McCormick KARA LYNN McCOURTNEY Chorus, Commercial Art Club, Pep Club, Tatler Staff, Thespians. MARK ROBERTS McDonald Chorus, Gym Helper, Junior Prom Committee, Patrol, Pep Club. LUKE MILNER McKEE Chorus, Junior Prom Committee, Masquers, Patrol, Pep Club. WILBUR KEITH McKEE Future Distributors’ Club, Future Farmers of America, Pep Club. GREGORY McLAGAN .Club, Junor Prom Lettermen’s Office Assistant, Pep Club, Varsity Tennis 2, 3, 4. JOE A. MACIAS JAMES PATRICK McLaughlin, jr. Chorus, French Club, Junior Prom Committee, Patrol, Pep Club, Tatler Staff. CLIFFORD McMANIS Graphic Arts Club. RUTH ELLEN McPHAIL Folk Singing Society, Future Nurses of America, Latin Club, Pep Club, Tatler Staff. PAUL ERNEST MADISON National Honor Society, Newspaper Staff, Russian Club, Thespians. PATRICK JOSEPH MAGILSON Chorus, Counselor Assistant, Junior Prom Committee, Latin Club, Office Assistant, Patrol, Pep Club, Spanish Club. RUSSELL JOSEPH MALSON 72SUZANNE ELAINE MANEKE TERRY EUGENE MANLEY Boys' Cabinet, First Band 2, 3, 4; Pep Club. CATHY ANN MARCH Future Homemakers of America, Latin Club, Masquers, Office Assistant, Pep Club, Thespians. ROBERT WILLIAM MARKS Chorus, Pep Club. DENNIS CHARLES MARTIN Pep Club. GRACIE ANN MARY Chorus, Future Homemakers of America, National Honor Society, Nurse's Assistant, Patrol, Pep Club, Russian Club. m JOSEPH JEROME MASSALONE Chorus. GLADYS ELAINE MASSIE Chorus, Future Teachers of America, Latin Club, Library Assistant Masquers, Office Assistant. SHARON LEE MAXEINER Chorus, Future Business Leaders of America, Office Assistant. DANNY L. MAY GERTRUDE ELIZABETH MEARA Latin Club, Masquers, National Honor Society, Pep Club, Spanish Club, Tatler Staff. JEAN ELIZABETH MARSH Masquers, National Honor Society’, Nurse's Assistant, Patrol, Pep Club. JOHN BURL MATLOCK Pep Club. LINDA SUE MEARSCH Future Homemakers of America. 73ROSAMOND ZOE MEEKER French Club, Junior Prom Committee, Pep Club. STANLEY LOUIS MEISTER Junior Prom Committee, Pep Club. Concert Band, Marching 100 2, 3, 4 Masquers, Spanish Club. SHIRLEY ANN MELCHER WILSON ANTHONY MEYER Future Homemakers of America. PAULA LEA MELTON Chorus, Pep Club. r JOSEPH MICHAEL MIDDENDORF Future Distributors' Club, Lcttermen’s Club, Patrol, Pep Club, Varsity Golf 2, 3, 4. MIKE LeGRANDE MIKULES Pep Club, Science Club. GARY DEAN MILLER Pep Club. KAREN SUE MILLER Future Business Leaders of America, Office Occupations Club. MIKE S. MILLER NORMAN LOREN MILLER Varsity Cross Country 2, Varsity Track 2. RAY DWIGHT MILLER Office Assistant, Patrol, Pep Club. THOMAS EDWARD MILLER Chorus, French Club, Junior Prom Committee, Patrol, Pep Club. LINDA ANN MILLIGAN Chorus, Future Cosmetologists of America, Pep Club, Student Council. FLOYD RAY MILLS Chorus, Folk Singing Society, French Club. 74GREGORY KENT MINK Chorus, Latin Club, National Honor Society, Russian Club. DENNIS MINTERT First Band 2. Graphic Arts Club, Marching 100 2, Pep Club. PAT A. MOORE Pep Club. EARL VINCENT MITCHELL Concert Band, Pep Club, Varsity Basketball 2, 3, 4; Varsity Cross Country 2, 4. MICHAEL PRESTON MORRIS Office Assistant, Pep Club, Varsity Cross Country 2, 3; Varsity Track 2, 3, 4. n BRENDA IRENE MORGAN Future Distributors’ Club JOSEPH A. MORMINO Pep Club, Spanish Club. Concert Band, Junior Prom Committee, Marching 100, 2, 3, 4; Masquers, National Honor Society, Orchestra 2, 3, 4; Pep Band, Russian Club, Tatler Staff, Thespians. MICHAEL FRANCIS MONAHAN Chorus, Commercial Art Club, Junior Prom Committee, Lcttcrmen’s Club, Pep Club, Tatler Staff, Thespians, Varsity Tennis 2, 3, 4. STEPHEN MICHAEL MOORE Graphic Arts Club, Tatler Staff. RANDALL HALL MOORE STEPHEN LYNN MORRIS Concert Band, Drill Team 2, 3; Lettermen’s Club, Marching 100 2, 3, 4; Pep Club, Varsity Baseball Manager. GARY RICHARD MORTON DIANE MARIE MONROE Future Cosmetologists of America. SUZANNE RAE MOORE Junior Prom Committee, Masquers, Pep Club, Thespians. CAROLE ANN MONICAL Chorus, Latin Club, Pep Club.ALAN STANLEY MOSS Concert Band 3, 4; Drill Team 3. Marching 100 3, 4; Pep Band 4. NIJEL ELEANOR MUSGROVE German Club. BARBARA ERNA NICHOLAS Chorus. 76 MARGARET ROSS MUIRHEAD SALLY ANN MUNDY Future Homemakers of America, Office Occupations Club. HARRY MUNSON Junior Prom Committee, Latin Club, Lettermen’s Club, Pep Club, Varsity Baseball 2, 3, 4. CLARANEICE MUSGRAY Chorus, Pep Club. OSCAR JUNIOR NAILOR Chorus. ROBERT LAWRENCE JANET LEE NELSON MYERS. Office Occupations Club. Chorus, Office Assistant, Pep Club. CAROLYN EILEEN NEWMAN Chorus, Counselor Assistant, Dream Girl Maid, German Club, Junior Prom Committee, Homecoming Queen Maid, National Honor Society, Newspaper Staff, Pep Club, Tatler Staff. RICHARD NEAL NICHOLSON Chorus, Office Occupations Club. PHILLIP ANTHONY NOE Future Business Leaders of America, Future Farmers of America, Office Assistant, Pep Club. FRANCES ANN NORRIS Future Homemakers of America, Library Assistant, Office Assistant. JOHN HAYWOOD NORTH Concert Band, Drill Team 2, 3; Marching 100 2, 3, 4; Pep Band 2, 3, 4; Pep Club.JAMES EVERETT O’DELL National Honor Society, Pep Club, Radio Club, Science Club. PATRICIA ANN OLIVER Chorus, Future Business Leaders of America, Office Assistant, Pep Club. PATRICIA ANN O’DONNELL Concert Band, French Club, Junior Prom Committee, Latin Club, Marching 100, 2, 3; Masquers, Orchestra 2, Pep Club. PATRICIA JANE O’NEILL JAMES PHILLIP OH LEY JAMES G. OSELAND Latin Club, National Honor Society. STEVE CHARLES OH LEY First Band 2, Patrol, Pep Club. DANIEL MAURICE OSTENDORPH Counselor Assistant, French Club, Masquers, Pep Club. JO DONNA PAGE Chorus, Spanish Club. CHARLES OLIVER PARISH SANDRA ANN PATTERSON Chorus, Dream Girl Maid, German Club, Homecoming Queen Maid, Junior Prom Committee, Office Assistant, Patrol, Pep Club, Tatler Staff. Chess Club, Future Teachers of America, Pep Club. TONI ELIZABETH PATTERSON ROSE MARIE OLESON Chorus, First Band 2, 3, 4; Future Homemakers of America, Future Nurses of America, Nurse’s Assistant, Patrol, Pep Club. CARL NEIL OTT National Honor Society, Pep Club. DON DEAN PAUL Concert Band, Drill Team 2. 3; Marching 100 2, 3, 4; National Honor Society.JOSEPH LEON PERKINS Latin Club, Pep Club. GUY ANDERSON POINDEXTER Future Distributors’ Club. CATHY LEE PETERS Chorus, French Club, Junior Prom Committee, Masquers, Pep Club. JOHN NEAL PIERCE Concert Band, Marching 100 2, 3, 4; National Honor Society, Pep Band 2, 3, 4; Pep Club, Pit Orchestra 2, 3, 4; Thespians. DONALD JULE POINTER Chorus, Latin Club, Pep Club, Varsity Cross Country 3, Varsity Track 3. ERNARD JAY PITTS ettermen’s Club, Patrol, ep Club, VarSity Basket-all 2, 3, 4. MARY ELLEN POHLMAN Future Homemakers of America, Switchboard Operator. JAMES STEVEN PHIPPS Future Business Leaders of America. ROBERT EUGENE PAUL WILLIAM EMIL PETERSON RODNEY JOSEPH PITTS First Band 2, 3, 4; German Club. MELINDA JANE PAYNE Concert Band, Marching 100 2, 3, 4; Nurse’s Assistant, Pep Club. EVA MAE PHILLIPS Chorus, Future Homemakers of America, Girls’ Athletic Association, Patrol, Pep Club. EDNA LORRAINE PERKINS Future Homemakers of America, Pep Club. KAREN SUE PHILLIPS Gym Helper, Office Occupations Club, Patrol, Pep Club.RONNIE GORDON PRICE French Club, Pep Club. 4 ALICE ANN POSTON Chorus, Future Homemakers of America, Gym Helper, Library Assistant, Office Occupations Club, Patrol, Pep Club, Student Council. DIANE JUDINE RALPH Chorus, Counselor Assistant, Future Homemakers of America, Gym Helper, Library Assistant, Patrol, .Pep Club. PARTHEN1A ELIZABETH PUCKETT Masquers, Spanish Club. MIKE C. RAMSEY Pep Club, Varsity Football 4. ROBERT EDWARD RANDOL Boys' Cabinet, Chorus, Latin Club, Pep Club. ROBERT LEON PYLE FRANK T. RAUHE JERRY STEPHEN REEVE Graphic Arts Club. Office Assistant. SHERRY LYNN RENO Library Assistant, Pep Club. RON RAY MICHAEL DAVID REDD National Honor Society, Pep Club, Spanish Club. JOHN CLIFFORD RAIN Chorus, French Club, Junior Prom Committee, Let-termen s Club, Masquers, Pep Club, Student Council. Tatler Staff, Thespians. Varsity Baseball 2, 5, 4. PATRICIA ANN RAY Chorus, Future Homemakers of America. LINDA KAY RICH Folk Singing Society, Future Homemakers of America, Future Nurses of America. Masquers, Nurses Assistant, Pep Club.CHERYL ANN RICHEY French Club, Pep Club, Tatler Staff. MARY LOUISE ROBBINS Chorus, Future Homemak ers of America. JANICE FAYE ROBINSON Future Homemakers of America, Pep Club. WILLIAM ROGLIS Folk Singing. So-Junior Prom Corn-Newspaper Staff, Pep Club, Russian Club, Tatler Staff, Thespians. PETE M. ROLLA Pep Club. RICHARD ALLEN ROSENBERG Concert Band, National Honor Society, Pep Club, TONY ROMO Varsity Tennis 2. Pep Club. LINDA ELIZABETH RUSSELL Chorus, Masquers. Pep Club, Spanish Club. ANN ELAINE RUYLE Folk Singing Society. Latin Club. Marching 100— Color Guard, Orchestra 2, 3, 4. GARY LEE SANDERS Lettermen's Club, Varsity Baseball Manager. NEHEMIAH SANDERS ROBERT LEON ROBINSON Boys' Cabinet, Patrol, Pep Club. ROBERT ELMER ROTHAUG Patrol, Pep Club. TOM EDWARD SAWYER First Band 2, • 3, 4; Pep Club.VERA MAY SCHAEFER Future Distributors’ Club, Latin Club, Office Assistant, Pep Club. STEVEN GEORGE SCHALLER German Club, National Honor Society. JUDY KAY SCHLOSSER Chorus, Counselor Assistant, German Club, Latin Club, Masquers, National Honor Society, Newspaper Staff, Pep Club, Tatler Staff. BARBARA ESTELLE SCHNEIDER Chorus, Future Teachers of America, Masquers, Pep Club. Russian Club. MICHAEL DAVID SCHNEIDER Latin Club, Pep Club, Varsity Football 2, 3, 4. JANICE SCHREIBER Latin Club, Marching 100 —Majorette, Masquers, Office Occupations Club. TERRY GATTON SCHWARTZ Office Assistant. Varsity Football 2, 3. LORETTA JEAN SCHWARTZBECK Counselor Assistant. Masquers, Pep Club, Spanish Club. MICHAEL ALLEN SCOGGINS Boys' Cabinet, Chorus. Masquers, Office Assistant, Pep Club. JOE LEE SCYOC BEVERLY KAY SEAGO Chorus, Office Occupations Club. GAYLE ANN SCHMIDT Counselor Assistant, Latin Club, Masquers, National Honor Society, Pep Club, Tatler Staff. LINDA FAYE SCHWARTZBECK Counselor Assistant, Future Secretaries Association, Office Occupations Club, Pep Club. MARY CATHERINE SEAGO Chorus, French Club, Junior Prom Committeee, Latin Club, Masquers. Office Assistant. Patrol, Pep Club, Tatler Staff. 81ROGER ALPHONSO SEARLES Counselor Assistant, French Club, Latin Club, Pep Club. BARBARA JEAN MARIE SHAFER Future Business Leaders of America. CHARLOTTE ANN SHEPPERD Chorus, Future Homemakers of America, Pep Club. SHEILA ANN SEGRAVES Future Nurses of America, Pep Club. DONNA MARIE SHAW Chorus, French Club, Future Homemakers of America. Office Assistant, Patrol. MELODY SUE SHIFF Chorus, French Club, Latin Club, Literary Club, Masquers, National Honoi Society, Newspaper Staff, Pep Club, Russian Club, Science Club, Student Council, Thespians. BARRY BURK SEILER Future Farmers of America. CATHERINE SUSAN SEKERKE Chorus, Future Homemakers of America, Future Nurses of America, German Club, Latin Club, Library Assistant, Literary Club. RANAE SHAW Future Homemakers of America, Pep Club. BARBARA JEAN SHELTON National Honor Society. JAMES RONALD SHAW Radio Club. TED DUANE SHOBE Junior Prom Committee, Office Assistant, Varsity Football 2, 3, 4; Varsity Track 2, 3, 4. CAROL FAY SHORT Future Homemakers of America, Pep Club. LENNY LeROY SEAL Pep Club. VICKIE SUE SEXTON Chorus, Future Cosmetologists of America.WILLIAM HENRY SHUMWAY Chorus, Future Distributors’ Club, Office Assistant, Patrol, Pep Club, Varsity Cross Country 2. LUTHER WAYNE SIMMONS National Honor Society Pep Club, Varsity Football 2, 3, 4. CHARLES AARON SLAGLEY, JR. National Honor Society. RODNEY SPOONER Lettermen's Club, Pep Club, Varsity Basketball. MAXINE SMITH Future Homemakers of America, Office Occupations Club. CHARLES FRANCIS SPRINGER Junior Prom Committee, Office Assistant, Pep Club, Varsity Cross Country 2, 3, 4; Varsity Track 2, 3, 4. JANET MARIE STAEHLE Concert Band, French Club, Junior Prom Committee, Marching 100 2, 3; Masquers, Pep Club, Tatler Staff. MARY SUE SNYDER Chorus, Counselor Assistant, Latin Club, Masquers, Pep Club. MAY ESTELLE STAGGS Chorus, Future Business Leaders of America, Junior Prom Committee, Latin Club, Masquers, Orchestra. 83DELILAH JEAN STARKEY Chorus, Future Business Leaders of America, Future Homemakers of America, Office Assistant, Pep Club. DAVID EARL STAUDER Concert Band, Latin Club, Marching 100 2, 3, 4; Pep Band, 2, 3, 4; Pep Club. LLOYD COLLIS STAUFFER Concert Band, Drill Team 2, 3; Marching 100 2, 3, 4; Pep Band 2, 3, 4; Pep Club. KATHLEEN THERESE STEIGER Chorus, Counselor Assistant, French Club, Library Assistant, Masquers, Pep Club, Thespians. JAMES DUDLEY STEELE Future Farmers of America, Pep Club, Switchboard Operator. KIM CARLYLE STEINER Chess Club, National Honor Society, Rifle Club. LINDA SUE STIRITZ Chorus, Counselor Assistant, French Club, Future Business Leaders of America, Library Assistant, Pep Club. BRUCE NORMAN STEINMANN Chorus, Concert Band, Drill Team 2. 3; Latin Club, Lcttermen’s Club, Marching 100, 2, 3, 4; Orchestra 2, 3, 4; Pep Band 2, 3, 4; Varsity Tennis 2, 3, 4. SANDRA RUTH STOBBS Chorus. French Club. Homecoming Queen Maid, Junor Prom Committee, Latin Club, Masquers, Pep Club. Thespians. LAVADA MAE STOCKARD Chorus, Girls' Athletic Association, Latin Club, Pep Club. SANDY STEWART CAROL ANN STOLZE Future Secretaries Association, National Honor Society, Office Occupations Club. BERNARD E. STIRITZ Patrol, Pep Club, Radio Club, Rifle Club. PENNY SUE STOLZE Chorus, French Club, Masquers, National Honor Society-. 84DAVID CARI. STRICKLAND Gym Helper. Club. ROBERT GREG SUMMERS BETTYE TATE Chorus. Future Homemakers of America, Library As sistant, Pep Club. Track 2, 3, 4. HELEN SUE TAUL Chorus, Latin Club, Masquers, Pep Club. CAROLE RAYE TAYLOR Chorus, Office Occupa tions Club, Pep Club. EVELYN TAYLOR GEORGE A TAYLOR Concert Band, Counselor Assistant, French Club, Library Assistant, Marching 100 2, 3, 4; Pep Club. GEORGIA M. TAYLOR Future Business Leaders of America, Future Homemakers of America, Pep Club. THOMAS JOSEPH THOMAS Junior Prom Committee, Latin Club, National Honor Society, Patrol, Pep Club, Russian Club, Student Council, Tatler Staff. Varsity Track Manager. CHARLES EDWARD THOMPSON MARY FAYE THOMPSON Chorus, Future Homemakers of America, Junior Prom Committee. Latin Club, Masquers, National Honor Society, Newspaper Staff, Pep Club, Russian Club, Tatler Staff, Thes-CHARLES LEE TOLBERT Chorus. VALORIE ANN TUTT Chorus, Commercial Art Club, Counselor Assistant, Folk Singing Society, French Club, Junior Prom Committee, Masquers, Newspaper Staff, Pep Club, Tatler Staff. JAMES STEPHEN VELTUM Concert Band, French Club, Lettermen's Club, Pep Club, Varsity Basketball 2, 3; Varsity Baseball 2, 3. DEANNA JOYCE ULMET Current Events Club, French Club, National Honor Society, Orchestra 2, Pep Club, Science Club. ANTHONY PAUL VENTIMIGLIA Masquers, Patrol. MARCELLA KAY URSCH Future Business Leaders of America, Gym Helper. LORETTA LUCILLE VINSON Chorus, Future Homemakers of America, Future Nurses of America, Masquers, Nurse's Assistant, Pep Club. MAURICE LEWIS THOMPSON Pep Club. PAT RAE TITUS Chorus, Future Teachers of America, Masquers, Pep Club, Student Council. MIKE RAND TOVO JOHN TAYLOR VAN HOOK, JR. French Club, Junior Prom Committee, Lettermen's Club, Newspaper Staff, Patrol, Pep Club, Varsity Golf 2, 3 ,4. SHELIA ANN TOLLE Future Cosmetologists of America. Chorus, French Club, Future Teachers of America, Masquers, National Honor Society, Pep Club, Tatler Staff, Thespians. COLETTE CELENE TURK Chorus, Masquers, National Honor Society, Pep Club, Tatler Staff. THEODORA DARLENE TONKINSON GERALD RAY VANDIVER Chorus, Folk Singing So-:iety.SUZANNE ELIZABETH VOEGE Counselor Assistant, French Club, Junior Prom Committee, Latin Club, Masquers, Pep Club, Tat-ler Staff, Thespians. RONALD EUGENE WAGGONER HARON LORRAINE VOUMARD Ihorus, Counselor Assistant, Future Homemakers of America, Junior Prom Committee. CARL WILLIAM WALKER French Club. ROBERT HENRY WALKER French Club. MAURINE LEA WADE Counselor Assistant, French Club, German Club, Junior Prom Committee, Library Assistant, Masquers, Pep Club, Student Council, Thespians. TERRY WAYNE WALKER Future Distributors' Club, Varsity Cross Country 2, 3. BARBARA IRENE WAGGONER Chorus, Future Homemakers of America. ■ JOE LEE WALLENDORFF Chorus, Pep Club, Varsity Track 2, 3, 4. RAY WALTER Future Farmers of America, Pep Club. RICHARD ROBERT WALTER NANCY LEE WALTON Chorus, Counselor Assistant, Future Distributors’ Club, Masquers, Office Assistant, Patrol, Pep Club.STEFANIE WARD DEAN WARNER NANCY LYNN WARNER Future Cosmetologist of America. CHARLES W. WATSON DARLENE DELORES WATTS Chorus, First Band 2, 3, 4; Homecoming Queen Maid, Latin Club, Pep Club. HOWARD DANIEL WEAVER Lcttcrmen's Club, Pep Club, Varsity Baseball 2, 3, 4. MARTHA CAROL WEBB Concert Band, Latin Club, Marching 100 2, 3, 4; National Honor Society, Pep Club, Tatler Staff. FRANK E. WEBER ROGER A. WEHRLE DENNIS LEE WEEKS WILLIAM DAVID WELLS Commercial Art Club: SANDY JO WETZSTEIN Latin Club, Masquers, Office Assistant, Office Occupations Club, Pep Club. EDWARD THURMAN WHITED Concert Band, Marching 100 4, Radio Club. SUSAN ELLEN WHITLEY Future Business Leaders of America, Future Homemakers of America, Pep Club. ROBERT ALLEN WHITTEN Chorus, Future Farmers of America, Patrol, Pep Club. MARION EARL WHYERS Patrol, Pep Club, Student Council, Varsity Football 4. BILLIE JEAN WHYTE Future Homemakers of America. BARBARA JEAN WILLIAMS French Club, Pep Club. r GARY LEON WILLIAMS Future Distributors' Club, Pep Club, Varsity Track 3. CAROL SUE WILLINGS National Honor Society, Pep Club. CATHRYN JOYCE WILLIAMSON Future Homemakers of America. WARREN WILLIAMS Counselor Assistant, Pep Club, Russian Club. FREDRICK THOMAS WHITTEN ■rW : ' I 9 DF.BBY SUE WILLIAMS Chorus, French Club, Latin Club, Masquers, Pep Club. GLENDA KAY WILSON Chorus, Commercial Art Club, Masquers, Office Assistant, Pep Club. 89JIM L. WILSON LINDA LEE WILSON Marching 100 — Color Guard, National Honor Society, Orchestra 2, 3, 4; Pep Club. KAROLE DYAN WITCHER Junior Prom Committee, Masquers, Office Assistant, Patrol, Pep Club, Student Council. DANIEL JOSEPH WITTMAN Junior Prom Committee, Patrol, Pep Club. DAVID WILLIAM WITTMAN Chess Club, Junior Prom Committee, Pep Club, Varsity Cross Country 2, 3; Varsity Track 2, 3. MARY VIRGINIA WOODS Chorus, Future Homemakers of America, Pep Club. KENNY MICHAEL WRIGHT Commercial Art Club. DAVID CHARLES WYATT Pep Club, Varsity Track 2, 3, 4. ROBERT M. YANCEY German Club, Masquers. MARY ALEXANDRA YOUNG Cheerleader, Dream Girl Maid; French Club, Homecoming Queen, Junior Prom Committee, Latin Club, National Honor Society, Pep Club, Student Council, Tatler Staff. JAMES PHILIP YOUNGBERG Chorus, French Club, Patrol, Pep Club, Varsity Golf 2, 3.. MARCIA LYNNE ZEIDLER Chorus, Future Homemakers of America. 90BETSY ANN ZIMMERMAN Future Homemakers of America LARRY ALLEN ZIMMERMAN Scientists at work in physics and chemistry. 91In August, 1965, Tom Thomas was elected President of the National Student Safety Association at the National Conference held in Carbondale. Tom was attending the conference as Chairman of the Illinois Host Committee. He had been appointed to this position after his election as General Chairman of the Illinois Youth Traffic Safety Conference last spring. As President, Tom serves as Chairman of the N.S.S.A. Board of Directors, student advisor to the National Commission on Safety Education, and member of the Chrysler Corporation’s Aid to Education Program. He has also been called upon to address numerous youth and adult groups. Alton High is indeed proud to have as a student this national officers, Tom Thomas. THOMAS JOSEPH THOMAS PRESIDENT, NATIONAL STUDENT SAFETY ASSOCIATION 92 Preparing a speech. Tom outlines the safety program.CcmAos Qptlll i £tud iit' Pio+vi U'tuCjutfuj This year Alton High School is proud to have as its exchange student Carlos Spiller from Montivedeo, Uruguay. Carlos, an eighteen year old senior, will spend one year in the United States, studying our school and learning about our way of life. While at Alton High, Carlos has been living with Mr. and Mrs. Mel D. Walston. Carlos is attending Alton High under the auspices of the American Field Service. Our school is a participating member of this program, and we have not only had exchange students here in Alton, but also have sent several students abroad. We students would like to thank all who have contributed to this program, and we hope that one day the purpose of the A.F.S. may spread throughout the world. "Walk together, talk together, all ye peoples of the earth, For only then shall you know peace.relaxes . . . and enjoys our cafeteria food. Like all other students, Carlos studies . . . appreciates fine music . . .He has spent a year in learning . . .That’s right, drop Chcm-O and put in General Science. Hey! Where’s the other finger on this hand?! L You never know what you’ll find in a water fountain! Oh, that guy has got to be kiddin’! 96Eye of newt and toe of frog, Wool of bat and tongue of dog . . . Larry, Moe, and Curly Joe.Do you get the feeling someone’s watching us?!After the ball is over . . . Make that ole photographer go away!Don’t you think it's about time for a haircut? If I can't get it with the racket, I’ll catch it in my mouth! 101 Where’s that crazy rooster?!Gqm This year, through the efforts of the newly organized "Fighting Redbirds Pep Club’’, Alton Senior High School was entertained at the rollicking Faculty-Student basketball game. The women teachers were pitted against girl students, and the male faculty team took on the male students. The result was a victorious (?) faculty. Alton High eagerly awaits a rematch of the Fabulous Faculty and Spectatular Students next year. The line up. Oh! No, it's the faculty team! Stretch a little Mr. Tanner! 102What do I do with the ball?!— She’s after me! Mrs. Pointer and Mr. Bagley plan their next cheer.Faculty to the rescue of an injured (?) player! Do-si-do and SINK IT! "Blueberry, blackberry, raspberry pie— All for FACULTY stand up HIGH!"Faculty members "up-in-arms” for their team!See that basket,, sec that ball—come on Mr. Bagley, hit the wall!! 107AcnvmES1965 WuStC Toum" He’s everywhere all right’ "Why, oh why, oh-why-oh” ‘’Eileen” We’re always looking for new faces’"So why would he order a banana split if he didn't like bananas?’ had the know hat she insinuate do Ruth nerve you "Oh, that's all ri htWe can't live on breakfast food for a week Pass that football. 'Cast David Ostendorf Shirley Simmons Diane Malone Dick Schulte Rick Vail Doug McCormick Jeanne Overath Theo Tonkinson Tom Reid Jack Penning Paul Gustine Faye Thompson Tom Erwin Donna Beck Carla Price Steve Drescher Randy Moore Jim Kodros Eugene Baldwin Mike Monahan Paul Glassbrenner Leonard Schildroth Tom Lowery Robert Evans Susan Bruce John Buerkle Penny McDaniel Andy Wilks Kathi Poppe Richard Lawhorn Steve Darr Dan Gajner Harry Greene Danny Donofrio Danny Kreitner Stuart Leadingham Don Pointer Terry Schwartz Larry Tyree Lyle Ward Dave Bryan John Rain Tom Sims Dennis Martin Richard Roglis Sandy Abel Verna Jo Dickson Richard Hazelton Julie Pars Doris Young Barb Mendenhall Sandy Widenhoefer 113D ea n Gfol OmJ CountMiss Pam Ferguson Miss Sandy Patterson Miss Mary’ Young Miss Carolyn NewmanJtuuO'i P to M With Junior A-GoGo as the theme, our Junior Prom went into full swing. The color scheme was pink and white in the midst of our brand new cafeteria. A hugh balloon created a crystal ball effect, and abstract paintings enhanced the atmosphere. Our Master of Ceremonies, Luke McKee, announced the highlight of the night, the Dream Girl Coronation. The following were led to the throne: Miss Pam Ferguson escorted by Rick Ghent, Miss Carolyn Newman escorted by Glen Carroll, Miss Sandy Patterson escorted by John Van Hook, and Miss Mary Young escorted by Jim Yeager. Miss Judy Bailey, our Dream Girl for 1965, was crowned by our Class President, Jim Kodros. Following the crowning of our Dream Girl, Judy, the Dream Girl Court joined Judy and Jim in a spotlight dance. Our Junior Prom ThemeWish I could weave baskets with the others 117Judy in the spotlight Judy and her Court 118UoMxyu Society ROW ONE: Donald Paul, Patricia Crouch, Jean Marsh, Patrick Brennan, Jacqueline Huerner, Colette Turk, Roberta Creamer, Elizabeth Komlos, Stephen Henderson, Carol Webb, James Kodros. ROW TWO: David Irvine, Trudy Meara, Steven Hard, Deanna Ulmet, Richard Rosenberg, Mary Young, Jane Bciser, Sandra Alexander, Stephen Currins, Margaret Halley, Kathryn Din-geldein, Raymond Joehl. ROW THREE: Thomas Thomas, Gayle Schmidt, Kim Steiner, Melody Shiff, Steven Schaller, Betsy Harris, Elizabeth Ans-chuetz, Michael Redd. ROW FOUR: Judith Schlosser, John Buerkle, Faye Thompson, James O'Dell. Absent From Picture: Carla Bedwill, David Bryan, Joan Feuguay, Marlene DeRoy. ROW ONE: Steven Arst, Doris Young, Mary Wicbmcr, Marilyn Fessler, Byron Fleming, Lola Maddox, Gwendolyn Hester, Carolyn Swaim, Keith Wilson, Jane Brewer, Marc Smith. ROW TWO: Stephen Walter, Kathy Hutchinson, Marcia Car-son, Martha Rook, Donna Summers, Janice Greeting, Norma Stiritz, Janet Thompson, Erik Johnson, Nancy Buettner, James Meara. ROW THREE: Robert Heil, Judith Eft, John Cannon, Linda Lenhardt, Curt Madison, Ann Christian, Ruth Hannebaum, Michele Savula, Ted Gaddis, Jane Hodgkinson, Ronald Rowland. ROW FOUR: Robert Schcffel, Karen Lahey, John Gaston, James Theen, Dennis Hamilton, Doris Coleman, Nancy Savula, Stephen Schulte, William Benedict. ROW ONE: Linda Felkey, Cecelia Hawkins, Shelia Davis, Neil Ott, Barbara Shelton, Larry Lorsbach, Adele Johnson, Marilyn Gehrke, Joyce Cicigoi, Penny Stolzc, Ezra Casey, Tamara Arst, Janice Beeler, Jason Bramhall. ROW TWO: Bruce Ganter, Theodora Tonkinson, Judy Grop-pel, Deborah Jones, Stuart Ledingham, Carol Stolze, Harry Lorsbach, Carol Willings, Charles Slagley, Luther Simmons, Cheryl Goltz, Kathy Boschert, James Childers. ROW THREE: Carolyn Newman, Paul Madison, Barbara Land-reth, Pauline Cooke, Patricia Keane, Robert McClusky, Peter Jarosewycz, Delores Clausen, Linda Wilson, Paula Hopkins, Gracie Mary. ROW FOUR: James Oscland, John Pierce, Thomas Lange, Gregory Mink, Kenneth Johnson, Randall Moore, Bruce Lenhardt, Glenda Green, Philip Bear. 119Otudertb Council ROW ONE: Mimi Wade, Teresa Judkins, Martha Rook, Dennis Maxciner, Janis Barton, Steve Drescher, Diana Bush, Myles McCahill. ROW TWO: Suzy Wood, Ellen Arkis, Susan Harris, Robert Kochan, Terry Hard, John Gilbert, Tom Pendt, Steve Pinkerton. ROW THREE: Mary Heuer, Mary Wiebmer, Pat Titus, Lynn Boyer, Pat O'Donnell, Diane Brown, Mrs. Heil. ROW FOUR: Jane Waide, Sandy Vieth, Marsha Hendrickson, Karole Witcher, Marion Whyers, Harold Gates, Carlos Spiller, John Cannon. ROW FIVE: Karen Lahey, Curt Madison, Emily Cannon, John Buerkle, Julia Garrels, Jim Sunderland, Wayne Schroeder, Gene Baldwin. 120 OFFICERS President....... Vice-President Secretary ...... Treasurer .... Parliamentarian Sponsor ........ . . John Buerkle Jim Sunderland Teresa Judkins . . Mimi Wade . Curt Madison .....Mrs. Heil25 26272829M The Student Council in action serving the public. Heh, heh, Mrs. Heil will stop laughing when she finds the tack on her chair!Ciub ROW ONE: Clyde Jones, Dave Ayres, Dave Bazzell, Steve Henderson, Mick Monahan, Bruce Steinman, Johnnl Rain, John VanHook. ROW TWO: Percy Clark, Steve Currins, Jim Kodros, Harry Munson, Lester Alexander, Dan Kennedy, Jim Glacser. ROW THREE: Bob Gruver, Jerry Austwick, Rich Kidwell, Ken Johnson, Rick Robley, Dave Foraker, Ron Ealey. ROW FOUR: Bill Sharp, Howard Weaver, Doug Fisk, Steve Lamken, Terry Schwartz, Steve Hard, Ronnie Boltcn. ROW FIVE: Glen Carroll, Ned Giberson, Ted Shobe, Bernie Pitts, Richard Luecht, Jim Veltum, Gary Sanders. ROW ONE: Jim Fischer, Gary Cook, Richard Baseden, Larry Krotz, Sonny Willis, Charles Bowling, John Grizzle, Chuck Springer, Vernon Davis, Jim ROWbWO° Alec Lacey, Randy Butler, Mike Schneider, Ralph Miller, Tom Fischer, Kyle Steiner, Tom Chiolero, Jeff Reiland, Pat Wilson, Frank ROW "tHREE: Ray Joehl, Mike Crivello, Don Armstrong, Charles Marshall, Charles Barrillcaux, Bob Hcil, Roger Keith, Jesse Connors, Leroy Ross. Those missing from the picture: Mike Chappell, Jackie Martin. 123CWttZcfe Qtatt ROW ONE: Elizabeth Komlos, Judy Waters, Brenda Stolze, Lola Maddox, Frank Leach, Mrs. McBricn. ROW TWO: Judy Long, Carol McKee, Tammy Arst, Janice Cannon. Taylor Davis, Faye Thompson. ROW THREE: Linda Witt, Judy Schlosscr, Susan Hansberry. ROW FOUR: Tom Fischer, David Johnson. ROW ONE: Richard Cox, Cathy Hutchinson, Linda Lenhardt, Nancy Savula, Carolyn Swaim, Sandra Alexandra, Cecelia Hawkins. ROW TWO: Mr. Bagley, Mac Estes, Bob Pace, David Keyser, John Van Hook, Emily Cannon. ROW THREE: Scott Wills, Curt Madison, Paul Madison, David Allen. Absent from Picture: Richard Roglis, John Gilbert, Chris Heintz, Bill Thomas, Mary Flint, Robert Johnson, Erylcne Jewell, Valoric Tutt 124 Stephen Hartnett.Frank Leach, Assistant Business Manager; Carolyn Swaim, Junior Editor; Janice Cannon, Sophomore Editor; Paul Madison, Editor-in-Chief; Tom Fischer, Business Manager; Mac Estes, Sports' Editor. 125 Staff members lay out the paper. The editor-in-chief consults his fellow staff members.ROW ONE: Dee Schmoeller, Terri Fischer, Faye Thompson, Verna Jo Dickson, Tammy Arst, Beth Green, Melody Shiff. ROW TWO: Richard Hazelton, Then Tonkinson. Donna Beck, Barb Mendenhall, Kathy Dingcldein. ROW THREE: Jim Hurley, Marsha Crivello, Julia Garrels, Sandy Stobbs, Terr)' Hornsey. ROW FOUR: Marc Smith, Marian Bardolf, Janet Thompson, Jim Parkes, Sue Moore, Debby Jones. ROW FIVE: Phil Bear, John Pierce, John Buerkle, Randy Moore, Steve Arst, David Boals, Tom Erwin. ROW ONE: Fred Lammers, Roberta Creamer, Cathy March, Mimi Wade, Mr. Davenport. ROW TWO: Paul Madison, Suzy Voege, Gene Baldwin. 126r acn When I snap my fingers, you’ll . . . Thespian Row. No matter how hard I try, I just can't remember that line. os £ Mr. Davenport told us not to panic! Suzie, you’re driving me nuts!Pkuj ' 7Uj Gtiims Wktitfo'' Really, Mr. Davenport, you don’t have to spray my eyelashes!’"I'd chase right after you, Mrs. Sampler.” 129I have something in my pocket that belongs across my face.”Oh, no! It's the Reverend.' "So what are you staring at?' "Well, then, how did all these things get here?' You mustn't think we doubt you. 131PuiXM BuSUifiSS L %A i6 ofy ROW ONE: Darlene Hughey, Angela La Pinta, Mary Caldwell, Marge Ely, Marie Brown. ROW TWO: Agnes Unterbrink, Rosemary Macias, Janice Dawson, Pat Oliver, Deedra Wooff, Nancy Galligos, Janet LcMay, Dorothy Allen. ROW THREE: Delma Rodgers, Pat Tcrpcning, Ellen Thomasson, Darlene Lee, Katherine Simpson, Sharon Maxeiner, Dollie Starkey, Mary Lou Mc-Cadden, Mary Ervin, Betty Gooley. ROW FOUR: Paulette Ambrose, Jane Coffee, Georgia Holman, Linda Ishmael, Jeanette Gobble, Marcella Ursch, Velma Rodgers, Elizabeth Davis, Maureen Mayhall. ROW FIVE: Miss Bricker, Jarvis Klinke, John Hildebrand, Jim Phipps, Barbara Shafer, Pam Leible, Debbie Bohart, Kathy Welch, Sylvia Seibert. It is with pride that we present Vicky Johns, former student of Alton High, who was awarded the title of Miss Full re Business Leader of America. Vicky, having been named Miss Future Business Leader of Illinois, traveled to Cincinnati, Ohio, last June to participate in the finals along with thirty-six other outstanding contestants. There they were tested on their knowledge of business fundamentals and the top fifteen were then interviewed by Cincinnati businessmen. At the subsequent Awards Banquet, Vicky was named to her honor and received a plaque, the F.B.L.A. gold leadership key, and a typewriter. Vicky is now enrolled at Southern Illinois University, Fd-wardsville, as a freshman student studying business administration. 134P vtunAj of AhtG tZ b Front to Rear: Mary Heuer, Debbie Floyd, Marie Oleson, Judy Groppcl, Della Laslie, Cathy March, Cathy Shelton, Ronda Odlc, Mary Michelon, Judy Reynolds, Remonia Miller, Barbara Moginot, Bonny McLemore, Katherine Steward, Gwen Morgan. Betty Woods, Virginia Woods, Shirley Mel cher. Janet Watts, Donna Welch. Diane Ralph, Renae Harris, Katherine Sims. Pat Rcssman, Peggy Ressman, Barbara Harbough, Patricia Smith, Fracine Wallace, Brenda Thompson, Carcne Teleford, Barbara Waggoner, Janet Overath, Carol Pruitt, Eva Phillips, Gloria Wistfall, Phyllis McBride, Carol McEvers, Ronda Mook, Phyllis Taylor, Sharon Wolff, Daudra Generally, Pat Mulqueeny, Tam Stiltz, Ruby Vinyard, Patty Ray, Carol Seward, Eva McGee, Carolyn Vinyard, Mary Turner, Cheryln Allen, Venita Tavcnier, Lucille Sanders, Gloria lanner, Sandy Tanner, Mary Lowe, Cathy Simpson, Gwendlyn Johnson, Nancy Miller, Deborah Schremph. Front to Rear: Gloria Bell, Teresa Everage, Melva Davidson, Delores Douglas, Karen Epps, Marilyn Fleming, Betsy Zimmerman, Karen Elrod, Shelia Brennan. Carol Kessler, IJnda Browning, Freda Bell, Jane Coffee. Deborah Carpenter, Norma Bciser, Diane Allen. Dorothy Brumfield, Alberta Brown, Katherine Byrd, Mary Ann Hamilton, Ruth Albers. Sharyn Kennedy, Sudic Clifton, Sharon Douglas, Terry Gentery, Linda Dickerson, Sue Graham, Bonnie Brown. Mary Hamilton, Marjorie Cooper, Janice Bockholdt, Roberta King, Marie Brown, Kathleen Garrctee, Marian Bowes, Billie Boswell, Judith Fortschmcider, Cheryl Messick, Sandra Deri, Gloria Jemison. Rhonda Johnson, Sandry Albreck, Donna Denson, Judy Lambrich. 135Fuiuw Co6iwMloqi6t ofa Ama co VBBH ROW ONE: Mrs. Batson, Carla Bedwill, Linda Burns, Cindy Hardin, Vickie Sexton, Bonnie Brown, Donna Van Tassel, Shelia Tolle, Mrs. Becker. ROW TWO: Barbara Kelly, Cindy Eccles, Barbara Hartwick, Helen Price, Barbara Conrad, Kathy Cox, Nancy Warner. ROW ONE: Ilene Watts, Diane Brcgenzer, Maureen Porter, Shirley Edsall, Shelia Curran, Sharon Holder, Joyce Griggs. ROW TWO: Cindy Smith, Nancy Wiegand, Linda Milligan, Anita Turner, Lorri Clyde, Cindy Roberson, Mary Hughey, Martha Hamberg, Pat Dickerson, Bonnie Hafford, Peggy Dover, Jackyc Baker, Pat Landreth, Diane Monroe, Brenda Deeder, Kathy Harris, Jo Ann Carroll, Ann Martin, Connie Fitch, Helen Price, Mrs. Batson.Fu£ua Te cW-S ofy Ams lUm Left to right: Judy Lambrich, Barbara Schneider, Melinda Payne, Mr. Springer- Fuimm Nuasgs ob XmqaJLMu ROW ONE: Connie Taylor, Patty Ray, Cathy Sekerkc, Camille Allen, Joyce Jordan. Mary Ann Lacey, Sarah Kozicky. ROW TWO: Linda Rich, Cathy Autery, Ruth McPhail, Ruth Treadway, Delores Clausen, Rhonda Johnson, Helen Brown, Gloria Simpson, Shelia Seagraves. ROW THREE: Marsha Crivello, Susan Mattson, Lavera Erbe, Judy Schell, Linda Witt, Vicki Trout, Judy Eft, Janice Cannon, Gloria Hamilton, JoAnn Naylor.FuiuAJb Q MkCWXeS A OCiotiOto ROW ONE: Linda Schwartzbeck, Darlene Hughey, Darlene French, Alice Poston, Agnes Unterbrink. ROW TWO: Miss Mary Lou Focht, Margie Klose, Jeannie Blake, Catherine Scoggins, Debbie Floyd Angie Brewster ROW THREE: Pam Leible, Jean Dclehanty, Judy Bridges, Mary Lou Lofts, Jean Haynes, Carol Stolze, Joan Fcuquay, Paulette Ambrose. Occupations Club ROW ONE: Sherry McCormick, Marilyn Ely, Judy Bridges, Pat Baxter, Barbara Graziana, Linda Schwartzbeck. ROW TWO: Janet LeMay, Jean Frohock, Janice Schreiber, Darlene French, Jean Haynes, Sandy Elliott, Joan Feuquay. ROW THREE: Sally Mundy, Carol Stolze. Deanna Aughenbaugh, Karen Miller, Maxine Smith, Karen Phillips, Alice Poston, Carole Taylor, Miss Focht, Rusty Hickman. 138Eutwib Dtshibutoti’ Club ROW ONE: Bill Shumway, Vera Schaefer, Nancy Walton, Deborah Kahney, Rose Cunningham, Terry Gillson, Linda Hull, Brenda Morgan, Penny Cooke, Leslifc Bunse. ROW TWO: Joe Middendorf, Dennis Cranmer, Gary Forrester, Terry Walker, Kenneth Buttry, Guy Poindexter, Byron Jordan, Larry Grant. ROW THREE: Richard Aulabaugh, Arthur Jordan, Patrick Dean, Gary Williams, Keith McKee, Robert Albrecht, Sam Allen, Wayne Jones, Mr. Bell.tuium AmaJUxiu ROW ONE: Mr. Eagleton, Robert Whitten, Barr ' Seiler, Ron Conrad, Rich Beam. Phil Noe, Rex Maxeiner, Ron Martin. ROW TWO: James Steele, John R. Bcrghoff, Billy Creeling, George Cannon, Scott Halford, Don Martin, Gary Hummel. ROW THREE: Charles Ehlers, Dale Lewis, Fred Littleton, Richard Siglock, Robert Dustman, Richard Denother Dale Cathorall Ray Walter. 0Hub ROW ONE: Loretta Bradshaw, Kay Wilson, Becky Benz, Kara McCourtney, Carol McEvers, Gracelyn LaPinta, Pattic Bruce, Matt Adams. ROW TWO: Mark Neal, Larry Dunnagan, Richard Jones, Ken Wright, Mai Mook, Jim Childers, Dale Conway, Bob Baxter, Richard Raymond. 140Uoi£f.J Gnaf lM Ai«fe Chib Gerald Morgan, Steven Moore, Ken Crews, Ken Sundberg, Dallas Meyers, Mr. Treise. Ron Wenzel, Bob Ladley, Dennis Mintert, Cliff McMannis, John Hamilton. Frank Weber, Jerry Reeve, Chuck Gallup Vernon Davis, Larry Linenfelser. Rick Springman, Mike Moore. Bob Lewis Leon Hosfclt, Joe Herndon.Russia Club ROW ONE: David Gibson, Marilyn Gehrke, Elizabeth Komlos, Nijel Musgrove, Kathy Nicholson, Janet Thompson, Debbi Bloomer ROW TWO: Ronald Scott, Nick Rangel, Bob Yancey, Ron Grosenheider, Clara Maxeiner, Judy Schlosser, Joy Blodgett, Kathy Weiss, Claudia Blume, Miss Tomlovic. ROW THREE: Mrs. Gentsch, Ira Peal, Russell Hicks, Carl Slagley, Richard. Raymond, Byron Fleming, Jim Thcen, Gary Ellcdgc, Paul Hull, Phillip 142 Scheldt. ROW ONE: Nancy Savula, Teresa Fin, Brenda Stolze, Ann Christian, Curt Madison. ROW TWO: Randal Wilson, Paul Madison, Richard Lawrence, Mr. Stuchlik, Lanny Walter, Mike Stilwell. G thto Club ROW ONE: Jane Coffee, Linda Norris, Susan Callahan, Cynthia Christopher, Debbie Schneider, Marsha Theisen, Susan Boyer, Margaret Bierbaum, Pam Disernes. ROW TWO: Deborah Bohart, Kathy Bailey, Jeannie Doerr, Ann Harris, Deanna Ulmet, Pat Dolan, Cathy Autery, JiU Towse, Chris Ward, Sue Obcrlink, Betsey Miller. ROW THREE: Ann Collins, Jill Sunderland, Jane Dixon, Amy Rain, Janice Barton, Beth Wright, Roz Meeker, Barb Rogers, Judy Long, Barb Williams, Syvclla Davis. , ROW FOUR: Mr. Baglcy, Fred Delano, Dennis Hamilton, Paul Wheeler, Julie Pars, Jane Brewer, Frank Leachi, Bill Thomas, John Gilbert. ROW ONE: Sheila Douglas, Sandra Lawson, Kris Granfield, Mimi Wade, John Warren, Susie Voege, Patty ODonneU, Julia Bottom, Coleman, Jenne Smith, Jane Beiser, Janet Staehle. ROW TWO: Margie Pivoda, Margie Haley, Debbie Jones, Judy Lembrich, Jeanne Adney, Marilyn Bell, Carol Admire, Lynda Sanner, $ Moehle, Viv Prout. ROW THREE: Rose Fessler, Jim Scribner, Sandra Stobbs, Susan Wood, Pat Crouch, Pam Liebel, Agnes Unterbrink, Jane Hodgkinson, N Long, Ellen Arkis, Dcbby PollardSfxuusk Club Miss Anderson, Mr Howard, Steve Drescher, Cheryl Ledingham, Gracelyn LaPinta, Parthenia Puckett, Dave Johnson, Steve Mathus sfmTjane01SKfa Ta“ D" M LcrfXn Club ROW ONE: Camille Allen, Marsha Theisen, Linda Michelsen, Chris Hintz. ROW TWO: Mrs. Pointer, Ida Gvillo, Vicki Hamberg, Gloria Simpson, Diane Taylor. ROW THREE. Mr. Hagen, Jean Brown, Judy Gerdt, Janice Cannon. ROW FOUR: John Copley, Lavada Stockard, Lavern Slack, Maribcth Gaspard. ROW FIVE: Margaret Adams, Milton Wiseman, Mike Stauder, Joyce Jordan. ROW SIX: Carol Teaney, Gloria Higginbotham, Dennis Grove, Tim Doyle. ROW SEVEN: Pat Keane, Susan Niederkom, Linda Lenhardt, Gloria Hamilton, Alan Barton. ROW EIGHT: Frances Short, Judy Grenzeback, Sandra Mike, Marsha Hendrickson, Sheldon Butt. ROW NINE. Diane Brown, Ann Fischer, Denise Amschler, Sharon Amistadi. ROW TEN: Gayle Naylor, Jana Searlcs, Kathy Harder, Debby Schwartz. ROW ELEVEN: Cheryl Naylor, Judy Schell, Barbara Schultz. ROW TWELVE: Becky Kennedy, Elizabeth Barton, Virginia Vassar, Debbi Warwick. The first and second place ribbons won at the district Latin contest. Mrs. Pointer explains the prize-winning exhibit. 145ROW ONE: Leslie Bunse, Diane Allen, Mary Ann Lace)', Susan Callahan, Betty Mason, Linda Norris, Amy Rain, Sandra Colaw, Janice Henderson, Anne Thomas, Miss Mary Bowling, Sponsor. ROW TWO: Rita Walker, Willamae Moore, Mary Hayes, Mary Michelon, Norma Forsythe, Sue Mattson, Maplcan Brewster, Lavada Stockard, Mary Simmons, Marilyn Fleming, Phyllis Williams. ROW THREE: Karen Lahey, Beverly Frost, Sandra Proctor, Marjorie Duggan, Kathy Gernert, Marie Brown, Jo Anne Williams, Charlotte Gilchrese, Katherine Sims. ROW FOUR: Dolores Clausen, Roselee Bobbs, Ruth Treadway, Evelyn Berkel, Mary Heur, Myra Bradshaw, Lee Anne Cown, Martha Scott, Bonnie Belchik, Lucinda Flint, Pat Bruce, Pauline Berkel, Kaye Bayer. ROW FIVE: Sharon Wolff, Mary Ervin, Dee Douglas, Sharon Crane, Chris Hintz, Kathy Harder, Linda Harder, Carol Strictlan, Linda Lewis, Mary Marmino, Pat Lewis. The G.A.A. in motion. Among its other activities the G.A.A. includes field hockey. 146Club FROM TOP TO BOTTOM: Five Everage, Ralph Boyd, Geoff Yust, David Keyser, Steve Crain, Jim Asalone, Ruth Albers, Mike Scoggins, Beverly Ford, Sherry Reno, Melinda Payne, Mrs. Paeltz. 147Scte tc Club ROW ONE: Jim O'Dell, Bruce Lenhardt, Taylor Davis, Randell Murry, Milke Milkules. ROW TWO: Jim Theen, Carl Slaglcy, Mike Savillc, Yvonne Walters, Ira Peal, John Gaston, David Johnson. ROW THREE: Mr. Thompson, Mr. Vclloff, Mr. Monical, Mr. Wools. 148 O’Dell evaporates the solution.JZjOuAifr Ciub Ron Green, Dave Johnson, Sheldon Butt, Mr. Crouch, Bruce Lenhardt, Jim O'Dell, Richard Brunnworth, S.I.U. student, Ed Whited, Phillip Heintz. Landolin Walter. Rx OU ROW ONE: Tom Ackman, Lance Luly, Ira Peal, Carl Slagley, Bob Kercher, Tom Pershall, Bill Matthews, John Hale, Jr., Andy Batchelor. Terry ROWCTWO: Taylor Davis, Jerry Bemis, David Ayres, Ron Grosenheider, John Hildebrand, Kim Steiner, James Sadler, Phillip Hemtz, Berme ROW'TOME?Mr dS£| Ford, Dave Brail. Mike Strong, Gary Cooke, Richard Ruedin. Carolyn Swaim, Verna Jo Dickson, Jim Parkes, ROD;7oCR:' D PlLodce, fagne nT Massey, Danny Witcher, Tom Ellington, Larry Schaffner, Robert Albrecht, Ken, Lippold. Richard Sweattenham. 149CWs %b ROW ONE: Pat Crouch, JoHanna Corethers, Beth Wright, Sarah Ryrie, Ann Christian. ROW TWO: Richard Hazelton, Mike- Daech, Philip Wright, David Gibson, Bruce Walter, Dan Ostendorph, Kim Steiner, Chris Madson. ROW THREE: John Gaston, Kent Lippold, Phil Hyde, Howard Schreiber, Lanny Walter, David Johnson, Ted Gaddis, Taylor Davis. ROW FOUR: Ted Greiner, John Vanorsdale, Bill Matthews, Brian Opel, Randy Metcalfe, Ron Rathgeb, Glen Williams, Mr. Phelps. ROW FIVE: Dave Nelson, Tom Wyatt, Dave Boals, Jeff Cox, Richard Sisk, Frank Leigh, John Chaikowsky, Art Allensworth, Erik Johnson, Phil Heintz. I believe I have your bishop. The Chess Club tournament.Folk SfotgUtg Socteiy ROW ONE: Stephanie Fulks, Paulette Ambrose, Kathy Glassbrenner, Beverly Groves, Freda Ball. ROW TWO: Janet McGuiggan, Teresa Fin, Patty Stern, Marcia Wiseman, Joanne Gibcrson, Marcia Maxson, Mary Lowe, Jane Van Hook, Terri Bartling. ROW THREE: Sherrill Lippincott, Linda Rich, Mark Neal, John Copley, Scott Wills, Floyd Mills, Miss Elizabeth Glen. ROW FOUR: Paul Madison. Wosqu s ROW ONE: Marsha Crivello, Joyce Henderson, Jane McClintock, Jane Waide, Robyn Reid, Dala Wickenhauser, Doris Young, Mr. Fabjance. ROW TWO: Soni Hise, Kathy Jackson, Bonnie Walters, Bonnie Belchik. ROW THREE: Richard Kelly, Steve Mathus, David Boals, John Copley, Mark Neal, Tony Ventimiglia, Terry Hornsey. ROW FOUR: Liz Komlos, Mary Wiebmer, Kathy Hutchinson, Donna Summers, Brenda Stolze, Kathy Baldwin. Mary Flint, Janice Dawson, Janet Cherry, Elaine Massic, Sue Murphy, Lee Ann Cown, Mary Jane Milligan. ROW FIVE: Kathy Shelton, Ann Collins, Nancy Savula, Theo Tonkinson, Jill Towse, Nancy Buettner, Angie Brewster, Ruth Treadway. ROW SIX: Steve Arst, Byron Fleming, Richard Hazelton, Scott Wills, David Tonkinson. ROW SEVEN: Dorothy Allen, Mary Doan, Maureen May ha 11, Jane Coffee. 152 Theo pouts while Verna looks on. David Allen speaks.MISSINGOua Di tecfcd'iS Mr. Charles Musgrave Mr. Boyd LaMarsh Mr. George Heidbrink 156 Mrs. Doris RueMaybe it does hurt my leg a little, but it sure beats carrying a big drum! Pep Bctact ,W ONE: Jim Parks. Van Harden, Mark Hcpncr, Lloyd Stauffer. Lance Luly, Bruce Steinmann, Bob Widenhoefer, Larry Altermott, Harold Gates, Tom [nice Tom Erwin Charles Stevens, John Cannon, David Stuader, Bob Horseman, John North, Alan Moss, Paul Heinkle. c W TWO: George Dickerson, Marc Smith, Phil Bear, Pete Schrimpf, Richard Dirksmeyer, Charles Baird, John Pierce, Richard Weigand, Byron Sutton, Tim Rathgeb, Larry Wilson, Wayne Dugge, Donald Shilling. 157 Kathy Allton. Denise Amschler, Ellen Arkis, Pam Auer, Charles Baird, Philip Bear, Ronald Bolton, Myra Bradshaw, Sharon Brenkcr, Allen Brown, John Buerklc, Darby Campbell, Sue Cannedy, John Cannon, Thomas Clausen, Sandy Colaw, Steve Currins, James Davidson, Jan Dawson, Verna Dickson, Richard Dirksmeycr, Jane Dixon, Jcanie Doerr, Donna Douglas, Wayne Dugge, Wilma Ele, Tom Erwin, Jack Ferguson, Harold Gates, Beth Green, Ron Green, Judith Grenzebach, Rebecca Griesbaum, Ruth Hannebaum, Van Harden, Ann Harris, Helen Harris, Tammy Head, Paul Horsley, Bob Hortsman, Sheila Hyndman, Thomas Judy, Don Keil, Phil Keiser, Robert Kercher, William Kinsella, Tom Lange, Stuart Ledingham, Pamela Leible, Paula Logan, Lance Luly, Suzanne Manekc, Peggy McConathy, Paula Melton, Linda Michelsen, Jan Miller, Larry Mills, Earl Mitchell, Randall Moore, Stephen Morris, Ann Moss. Dennis Nagy, John North. Patty O'Donnell, James Parkcs, Don Paul, Melinda Payne, John Pierce, Linda Porter, Tim Rathgeb, Nicolyn Riccardi, Barbara Rogers, Richard Robley, Richard Rosenberg, Warren Scheffel, Donald Schilling, Dee Schmoeller, Peter Schrimpf, Steve Schrimpf, Larry Shive, Frances Short, Bill Simon, Mark Smith, Janet Staehle, David Stauder, Michael Stauder, Lloyd Stauffer, Bruce Steinmann, Charles Stevens, Glenn Sundberg, James Sunderland, Byron Sutton, Maria Sweeney, Bob Viviano, Cynthia Vollertsen, Wesley Wagner, Carol Webb, Katheryn Weiss, Edward Whited, Robert Widen-hoefer, James Wyatt, Steven Yeager. Gee whiz! How come I have to watch the music while he gets to sip a vanilla malt? We are cool! 159Sandra Alexander, Rita Angle, Roland Baird, Elizabeth Barton, William Benedict, Betty Bentley, Judy Bergeron, Russell Brown, Jim Buerkle, Sandra Burt, Gary Cambron, Terry Canncdy, Herbert Cannon, Mary Carlton, Jonathan Casey, RoseMary Chancellor, Dennis Clark, Gary Clark, Jimmie Clark, Percy Clark, Harold Clarkson, Dave Curry, Vernon Davis, George Dickerson, Danny Donofrio, Robert Dustman, Gary Fisher, William Fritz. Larry Franklin, Gregory Gates, Henry Guenther, Fred Gvillo, Alan Harmon, Bernard Haxcl, Paul Heinkel, Mark Heppner, Mary Heuer, Janice Jackson, Janette Johnson, Joyce Jordan, Ronald Karns, Richard Kauble, Darrell Kirchner, Richard Lawhom, Karen Leadicker, Cheryl Ledingham, Frederick Lewis, Sheila Little, Terry Manley, Tim Markel, Elizabeth Mason, Lena McFern, Linda Middlecoff, Ronda Mook, Pat Mossbarger, Rose Oleson, Jane Patterson, Ira Peal, Rodney Pitts, James Porter, Thomas Prager, Richard Ruedin, Mark Schrimpf, Martha Scott, James Scribner, Cynthia Simms, Carl Slagley, Deborah Spring-man, Ronald Stampley, Lance Steinmann, Arlin Strader, Mike Strong, Elizabeth Swinney, George Taylor, Victoria Trout, Larry Tyree, Virginia Vassar, Mary’ Vogel, Vickie Vogles, David Walker, Floyd Watson, Darlene Watts, Janet Watts, Rena Weeks, Richard Weigand, Charles Wilson, Glenn Wilson, Larry Wilson. Martha Wilson, Bob Wolffbrandt, Sue Wright, Patti Wroble, Robert Yates.Now, let me see. The instruction book says . . . Help stamp out red ants! Carlos Armstead, Charles Baird, Betty Ball, Joy Blodgett, Claudia Blume, David Boals, Myra Bradshaw, Mary’ Brockway, Mclodie Brown, Miriam Canncdy, Sandra Colaw, Darrelina Colley, Donna Conner, Richard Cox, Sheila Davis, Kathy Dingeldein, Richard Dirksmeyer, Jane Dixon, Jeanie Doerr, Sharon Doolin, Wayne Dugge. Judith Eft, LaVera Erbe, Terri Fischer, Dave Foraker, William Fritz, Martha Gainer, Julia Garrels, Tom Gimlin, Beth Green, Susan Hack, Kathy Harder, Linda Harder, Helen Harris, Susan Harris, Cecelia Hawkins, Tammy Head, Phillip Heintz, Bob Hortsman, Jacqueline Huerner, Erik Johnson, Joyce King, Darrell Kirchncr, Lance Luly, Mareen Mayhall, Peggy McConathy, Dennis Nagy, David Nelson, James Parks, John Pierce, Linda Porter, Nicki Riccardi, Ronald Rowland, Ann Ruyle, Warren Scheffel, Phillip Scheldt, Donald Schilling, Dee Schmocller, Peter Schrimpf, Steve Schrimpf, Ronald Sims, Marc Smith, Tamar Sonstegard, Bruce Steinmann, Ray Stillwell, Nancy Stiritz, Byron Sutton, Janet Thompson, Larry Tyree, Richard Weigand, Alice White, Linda Wilson.All in the day of a musician.Carlos Armstead, Joy Blodgett, Claudia Blume, David Boals, Kathy Dingeldein, LaVera Erbe, Bill Fritz, Erik Johnson, David Nelson, Nicki Riccardi, Phillip Scheldt, Ronald Sims, Ray Stillwell, Nancy Stiritz, Janet Thompson. P Ckchesbbfr Mr. Musgrave, Carlos Armstead, Charles Baird, Joy Blodgett, Claudia Blume, David Boals, Melodie Brown, Richard Cox, Kathy Dingeldein, LaVera Erbe, David Foraker, Martha Gainer, Beth Green, Susan Hack, Kathy Harder, Linda Harder, Tammy Head, Jacqueline Huerner, Erik Johnson, Mareen Mayhall, Peggy McConathy, David Nelson, James Parks, Linda Porter, Phillip Scheldt, Dee Schmoeller, Pete Schrimpf, Steve Schrimpf, Donald Shilling, Ronald Sims, Marc Smith, Nancy Stiritz, Byron Sutton, Janet Thompson, Nicki Riccardi, Richard Weigand. 164CONGRATULATIONS! Dimmflattd itturrliiug Hattft CCnutriit Recently the "Marching 100” entered the "Disneyland Holiday Marching Band Show Contest.” The "Marching 100” entered the Mary Poppins halftime show by sending a film and a tape recording. There were over 600 other high school marching bands from twenty-six states throughout our nation competing in the contest. The bands were graded on thirty-five marching and playing skills which were included in four main groups: Playing; Basic Marching Techniques; Special Drills, Maneuvers, and Formations; Overall Effect. The "Marching 100” received runner-up with fifth highest commendation. Hearty congratulations to the members of Alton Senior High, its community, and especially to the "Marching 100.” It’s the noise, all that horrible noise! Two right flanks, a to-the-rear, and then a ... Oh what's the use, I’ll flunk anyway! 165166 Going down the track. At the Air Force Academy in Colorado. Ucuielu g '100’ Drum Majors—John Buerkle—Larry Wilson Alexander, Sandy Allton, Kathy Altermott, Larry Amschler, Denise Arkis, Ellen Baird, Charles Bear, Philip Bradshaw, Myra Brenker, Sharon BueAle, Jim Campbell, Darby Cannedy, Sue Cannedy, Terry Cannon, John Carlton, Kathy Chancellor, Rose Clausen, Tom Colaw, Sandy Curry, Dave Davidson, Jim Dawson, Janice Dirksmeyer, Richard Douglas, Donna Dugge, Wayne Erwin, Tom Fritz, Bill Gates, Harold Green, Ron Grenzebach, Judy Hannebaum, Ruth Harden, Van Harris, Ann Haxel, Bernard Head, Tammy Heppner, Mark Heuer, Mary Keil, Don Keiser, Phil Kercher, Bob Kinsella, Bill Kreitner, Dan Lange. Tom Leible, Pam Lewis, Tom Little, Shiela Luly, Lance Manekc, Susanne Mason, Betty McConathy, Peggy McFem, Lena Melton, Paula Michelscn, Linda Mook, Ronda Moore, Randy Morris, Steve Moss, Alan Nagy, Dennis North, John Parkes, Jim Patterson, Jane Paul, Don Payne, Melinda Peal, Ira Pierce, John Porter, Linda Rathgeb, Tim Riccardi, Nicki Rogers, Barb Scheffel, Warren Schilling, Don Schmoeller, Dee Schrimpf, Pete Schrimpf, Steve Shive, Larry Short, Frances Slagley, Carl Smith, Marc Stauder, Dave Stauffer, Lloyd Steinmann. Bruce Stevens, Charles Strong, Mike Sundberg, Glenn Sunderland, Jim Sutton, Byron Sweeney. Maria Taylor, George Viviano, Bob Wagner, Wesley Watson, Floyd Webb, Carol Weiss, Kathy Widenhoefcr, Bob Wiegand, Dick Wilton, Martha Whited, Ed Wolfbrandt, Bob Wroble, Pat Wyatt, Tom Twirlers—Verna Jo Dickson—Head Majorette, Sharon Baldridge, Carla Bedwill, Sandy Burt, Pat Dolan, Becky Griesbaum, Doneeta Nicholson, Kathy Nicholson, Barbara Valdes. Color Guard—Melodie Brown—Sergeant, Rita Angle, Pam Auer, Judy Bergeron, Donna Conner, Shiela Davis, LaVera Erbe, Linda Harder, Shiela Hynd-man, Cheryl Ledingham, Maureen Mayhall, Ann Ruyle, Liz Swinney, Vicki Trout, Cindy Vollertsen, Linda Wilson.W MARCHING ,001.. 6»r poyy V Yea, you! Get over here! You’ve got to put some emotion, some feeling into it!Head Majorette: Verna Jo Dickson. 170 Aharon Baldridge, Kathy Nicholson, Barbara Valdes, Pat Dolan, Verna Jo Dickson, Doneeta Nicholson, Sandy Burt, Carla Bedwill, Becky Griesbaum.Melodie Brown, Ann Ruyle, Cindy Vollertsen, Linda Wilson, Vicci Trout, Liz Swinney, Donna Conner, Sheila Hyndman, Mareen Mayhall, Rita Angle, Linda Harder, Judy Bergeron, Cheryl Ledingham, Pam Auer, LaVera Erbe. Absent from picture: Sheila Davis. Sergeant at Arms: Melodie Brown 171According to this map, were in downtown Cheyenne! The coast is clear; let's go. I wonder if we should have put Mr. Musgrave in there? Now that I think about it, maybe it wasn't Paul Bunyan. 174ChfrUA ROW ONE: Cathy Autrey, Linda Sanner, Cathy Wallace, Melissa Newton, Joye Henderson, Janice Holman, Mary Woods, Betty Jo Olive, Diana Bush, Roberta Creamer. ROW TWO: Mary Ann Lacey, Stephanie Hand, Sonia Hisc, Sandy King, Debbie Hardaway, Waleen Jones, Gloria Crews, Nancy Buettner, Beverly Groves, Barbara Waggoner. ROW THREE: Jo Donna Page, Jo Ann Carroll, Pat Titus, Joyce Greer, Judy Lewis, Kathy Grover, Vivian Prout, Alberta Brown, Tamela Stiltz, Sandy Alexander. ROW FOUR: Jean Corwin, Susan Gaffney, Christine Huntz, Mary Flint, Della Laslie, Marilyn Nowlin, Karen Lahey, Susie Niederkorn, Linda Ishmael, Vickie Sexton. ROW FIVE: Sandy Vieth, Syvella Davis. Paulette Ambrose, Stephan Henderson, Mike Richards, Robert Scheffel, Oscar Nailor. Wayne Miller. ROW ONE: Susan Katclinck, Robyn Reid, Jan Herron, Sheila Hyndman, Donna Beck, Collette Turk, Teresa Judkins, Sherry Hiller, Cindy Kaus, Bonnie Belchik. ROW TWO: Diane Davis, Theo Tonkinson, Sheryl Johnson, Judy Groppel, Linda Grenzebach, Jane Coffee, Sarah Schmidt, Kathy Nicholson, Mary- Hughey, Delores Clausen. ROW THREE: Mary Snyder, Janet Cherry, Cheryl Goltz, Linda Lcnhardt, Ruth Treadway, Mary Seago, Marcia Ziedler, Dolly Starkey, Sharon Voumard, Sandra Grenzebach. ROW FOUR: Linda Witt, Jane Waide, Pat Crouch, Adele Johnson, Karen Waidman, Michelle Savula, Dave Brtulds, Louis Steward, Emily Cannon, Richard Henderson. ROW FIVE: Mr. Heidbrink, Tom Dehner, David Tonkinson, Johnny Rain, Mac Estes, Floyd Mills, Robert Cooley, Terry Fletcher, Jim Kodros, Eugene Baldwin. ROW SIX: Tony Meyer, John Copley, David Cox, Andrew White, Dan Garner, David Bryan. I’m sorry, maybe next year you’ll have the winning raffle ticket.— ROW ONE: Kristen Granfield, Patty Wilson, Angela Duncan, Debbie Schneider, Lillian Webb, Linda Yakabovich, Kathy Shelton. ROW TWO: Janie Wedding, Becky Van Voorhis, Cindy Smith, Shari Shy, Cheryl Spangle, Rita Sweeney, Debbie Warwick. ROW THREE: Yvonne Jordan, Ernestine Woods, Dianne Watts, Janice Timpe, Kathy Armstrong, Sheryl Cairns, Katheryn Simpson. ROW FOUR: Donna Denson, Annette Stockard, Donna Welsh, Anne Collins, Janice Barton, Jill Sunderland, Sue Wooten, Patty Bruce, Francine Wallace. ROW FIVE: William Baker, Jerald Small, Randy Taul, Terry Wells, Mike Wyman, Anthony Vatole. ROW ONE: Janet Keltie, Linda Browning, Judy Waters, Kathy Joyce, Debbie McGhee, Phyllis Williams, Jo Ann Naylor, Lee Ann Cown, Vickie Voyles, Linda Boomershine. ROW TWO: Susan Mochle, Debbie Pollard, Sue Coleman, Jody Smith, Jean Adney, Julia Bottom, Peggy Kelly, Gndy Hardin, Carol DuCommun, Sharyn Kennedy, Kay Wilson. ROW THREE: Sherry McCormick, Judy Crader, Debbie Sloan, Valerie Maple, Patty Ray, Darlene Lee, Sharon Kuddes, Cindy Martin, Gloria Simpson. ROW FOUR: Angie Brewster, Ann Christian, Nancy Savula, Debbie Williams, Kcrmilene Shumaker, Margie Duggan, Cecelia Hawkins, Regina Burton, Richard Lawhom. ROW FIVE: Dave Ayres, Jim Scribner, Richard Hazelton, Jim Theen, Don Pointer, Bill Kolkmeyer, Joseph Massalone, Byron Jordan, Steve Jianakopolis. ROW ONE: Linda Evans, Rose Ann Fessler, Penny Stolze, Kathy Byrd, Marge Ely, Bonna Sutton, Gayle Kimbro, Annette Bazzell, Mary Brown. ROW TWO: Connie Aulabaugh, Sharon Poppe, Lynn Biggs, Jennifer Bailey, Marilyn Doerr, Linda Luly, Sandra Stobbs, Linda Dickerson. ROW THREE: Nancy Lutz, Cathy Camerer, Brenda Keltie, Elaine Massie, Melody Shiff, Marian Bardolph, Susan Fast, Betty Conlee, Karen Brunaugh. ROW FOUR: Carolyn Bell, Val Tutt, Carol Koshinski, Barbara Schneider, Mary Robbins, Cathy Boschert, Renae Harris, Cheryl Zeigler. ROW FIVE: Elizabeth Bruns, Claraneice Musgray, Lois Bivens, Robert Marks, Ed Voumard, Joe Wallendorf, Glen Jackson, Joseph Jones. ROW SIX: Mike Moore, Randy Murray, Dennis Hamilton, Dennis Watkins, Charles Tolbert. 177 ROW ONE: Judy Gerdt, Pattie Mossbarger, Chris Ward, Chris Meyer, Beverly Ford, Sara Gould, Brenda Thompson. ROW TWO: Barbara Schultz, Lucinda Flint, Gar)' Raymer, Tim Markel, Joe Stockard, Steve Richnak, Yvonne Walters, Diana Stilley. ROW THREE: Mary Sanders, Terry Gentry, Carolyn Vinyard, Mary' Ann Turner, Billie Boswell, Dee Dee Generally, Paula Gleghom, Evonne Gineris, Becky Benz. ROW ONE: Mary Lowe, Gail Schmitt, Gracelyn LaPinta, Joyce Hampton, Shari Jacobs, Sandy Hardin, Carol Laux. ROW TWO: Donna Feuquay, Joy Blodgett, Freda Ball, Wayne Dunlap, Gary Cook, Danny Drew, Cathy Edwards, Mary Ann Duley, Margaret Bierbaum. ROW THREE: Kathy Harder, Rhonda Johnson, Kathleen Kitzmiller, Randy Ghent, Clinton Champlin, John Hale Jr., Brenda Lewis, Mary Jane Berry, Cynthia Lee Simms. ROW FOUR: Connie Frakes, Pat Curran, Mike Roark, James Porter, Phillip Keiser, Wayne Schroeder, Susan Fletcher, Susan Hansberry. 178 La-a-a-aROW ONE: Linda North, Brenda Miles, Frankie Paiker, Mary McFarland, Gayle Naylor, Sandra Mundy, Georganne Paul, Susan Reid. ROW TWO. Lauren McAfoos, Barbara Nevins, Brenda Manley, Cheryl Naylor, Connie Page, Joyce Robinson, Earline Robinson, Pam McCIintock, Cindy Perica. ROW THREE: Gloria Bell, Beverly Mack, Joan Maxeiner, Becky Roennigke, Betsy Miller, Jane Millering, Joyce Metcalf, Dianne Odle. ROW FOUR: Gwendolyn Morgan, Eva McGee, Marjorie Rosenkotter, Mindy Maher, Willia Moore. ROW ONE: Pat Booher, Susan Lynn, Alice Bass, Suzanne Swegle, Evelyn Luster, Mary Hayes, Dee Dee Berry, Donna Embry, Star Toot, Lou Fields, Ann Fischer, Pam McRevey, Belinda Flint. ROW TWO: Margaret Adams, Janice Cannon, Joyce Edwards, Carol McKee, Scott Huff, Clifford Dilley, David Gibson, Danny Barr, Sharion Wallace, Susan Brandel, Sandy Cauley, Chiquita Johnson. ROW THREE: Linda Hinton, Pam Diserens, Wanda Sheppard, Carol Judy, Rusty Hicks, Mark Heppner, Gary Hamby, Joey Freund. Becky Kennedy, Peggy Tavernier, Stella Vambaketcs, Debbie File. ROW FOUR: Jan Hardin, Mary Elizabeth Doan, Marian Bornes, Betty Carter, David Nelson, Richard Raymond, Ray Darr, Loretta Bradshaw, Sandy Koehne, Maxine Harrington, Chris Hopkins. Okay, who glued this music to the floor? 179SPORTS 180Tu jcU The season started slowly, as usual, with losses to teams not predicted to give the Redbirds trouble. But the boys took this in stride and battled along to give Alton High School one of the most deserving track squads in recent years. Alton's thinclads did not rack up as many victories as last year’s team, but then a lot of valuable material was lost through graduation. Mr. Wigger and his coaching staff should be given special thanks for their hard work in making this Alton team a squad which will be remembered in future years. In most of the larger meets, including conference meets and relays, Alton would take a close second to East St. Louis or a third behind Lincoln (East St. Louis) and East St. Louis, respectively. However, in the state track meet East Side was blanked arrd Lincoln was beaten by Alton High. The state track meet held surprises and disappointments for Alton squad. It seemed as if our team was always getting the last lane on the track. This made it hard on the runner because on a staggered start he seemed to be ahead all of the time until the last stretch. Then it was too late to catch up with those who had passed him on the last curve. That is what happened to us in the 440 and 80 relays. Maurice Pittman had the last lane because of a bad qualifying time and was passed by Roy Houston of Evanston in the last curve. The disadvantage of that last lane popped up as Houston beat Maurice by one-tenth of a second with a time of 48.7 seconds. Our 880 team, composed of Charles Wyatt, Richard Henly, Carl Herron, and Percy Clark, came up against the same trouble and was given a third place even though the second place team, Evanston, had the same time of 1:30.8. Alton’s mile relay team, Percy Clark, Phil Dourson, Jeff Bernard, and Maurice Pittman, came in first with a time of 3:22.8, cutting 2.5 seconds off the old record. The final standings were Evanston 25, Champaign and Proviso West with 15, Alton 12, and Dunbar 11. It should be noted, also, that those boys who do not participate in the track meets regularly, get the same great training program to which the varsity team adheres. ROW ONE: Mr. Johnson, Mike Morris, John Knight, Jeff Bernard, Larry Kolesa, Phil Dourson, Carl Herron, Charles Wyatt, Richard Henly, Percy Clark, Alfred Dixon, Mike Daech, Charles Bowling, Mr. Stavros. ROW TWO: Mr. Wigger, Dakota Pippens, Bill Thomas, Steve Currins, Jim Glaeser, Ralph Dickerson, Ken Johnson, Ted Shobc, Bob Redman, Ed Podhorn, Richard Henderson, Richard Yinger, Tom Thomas, Mac Jones. 182A close finish Bunger clears the bar at 5'9" Our 880 relay team 183184Dourson hits the tape Up and over186 Harris gets a first for AltonQopho4Hi i Action in the discus ring SStesBls ; HHHBrawHni ax£ s - • - ' ROW ONE: Charles Walker, Robert Harris, Alec Lacey, Richard Kidwell, Greg Hagen, Aubrey Bunger, Rich Robley, Roger Keith, Steve Lamken, Leroy ROW TWO? TomeBlair, Bob Mason, Bill Sharp, Vernon Davis, Don Spillman, Paul Horsely, Charles Marshall, joe Francis, Roscoe Mikoff, Mike Dolan, Dave Ernst, Bob Heil. 187BatebM Alton High School should be proud of its baseball warriors. They came up With the co-championship of the Southwestern Conference, which is the first time in 13 years we have even touched first place. The season started with 7 wins and a tie. Then the roof fell in on our wonderful record. Granite City, East St. Louis, and Collinsville teamed up to give us three losses in a row, and they were all conference games. The Redbirds bounced back and threw three shutouts against Wood River, Edwardsville, and Belleville which gained back what we had earlier lost. Three games later we lost an important conference game to Bellville, but we were still in the running. The tie game, mentioned above, had to be played over to clear up the mess made by those teams battling for first place—Granite City, Belleville, and Alton. The Redbirds won that game with ease and were cochampions with Belleville and Granite. That was the closest we came to winning a championship since 1952. Boy! What a season. The district tournament held no favors for the Redbirds as Southwestern banged a couple of homers and took the game 7 to 5. This eliminated our boys from state competition. But for the work, determination, and attitude these boys gave and had, we should be very proud and grateful of the showing this Alton team of '65, co-champions of the Southwestern Conference, gave Alton Senior High School. Jochl is on his way. ROW ONE: Jerry Austwick, Steve Henderson, Richard Luccht, John Rain, Danny Dix, Gary Boyd. Steve Hard, Randy Pace, Dave Bazzcll. ROW TWO: I-arty Franklin, Jim Brown. Jim Yeager, Clyde Jones, Jim Vellum, Harry Munson, Howard Weaver, Dan Kennedy, Dave Jochl, Gary Clark, John Clark. ROW THREE: Mr. Tyler, Gary Sanders, David Whipple, Bill Conners, Tom DuCommun, Ron Ealey, Bob Gruver, Steve Morris, Mr. Macias. 188The agony of the bullpen Anxious waiting in the dugout CopliOhiO ROW ONE: Steve Cruthis, Mac Estes, Jim Scribner, Richard Fish, Paul Wheeler, David Wooff, David .Guthrie, Randy Penrod, Bill Mills, Dale Peterson, ROW TWO: Mr. McClain, Mark Feldman, Curt Madison, Bob Osborn, Ron Grosenheider, Danny Jouett, Dennis Hamilton, Greg King, Mike Chappell, Geof Griffin. ,,7e uu$ First, we should congratulate the new coach, Mr. Ster-rett, on a wonderful season. The boys played very good tennis this year. They ended up 9-4 in the conference, which rated them third, behind Belleville and Edwardsville. The district meet held a third place for the Redbirds after a rousing comeback. Tom Sherwood and Ron Selkirk qualified for the State Tennis Meet but were bested in competition by Decatur McArthur, the eventual state champions. 192 SSi “» Moruhan' John McLagan, Tom Sherwood, Bruce Steinman, Steve Jianakoplis. I wO; Mr. Sterrett, Dick Skiff, Ron Selkirk, Ron Blaine, Larry Prather, Terry Lyon, Kevin Schwartz.Mr. Matthews and the boys should be given high recommendation for their fine showing this past season. In the conference meet, Alton came in third place behind Belleville and Collinsville, respectively. During the regular season the team had the best showing when they tied Belleville on Belleville’s own course. At the district meet the Redbirds swung their way t6 the final playoff, but lost to a tough Lebanon squad. There are no standings kept in the conference for golf, but according to perfect informers, the players, the Alton team would have ended up second in the conference behind Belleville. 193Fotiball Shobe and Armstrong make the stop Gruver bulls his way forward Chiolero snags the ball On the sidelines195 The defense moves inQm L CjbwdbMiss Pam Ferguson Miss Sandy Patterson Miss Judy Bailey Miss Carolyn Newman Miss Sandy Stobbs Miss Darlene Watts 197Homecoming Pages Diane Johnson and Evelyn Luster CtoAMtiiOiv Congratulations, Mary The Homecoming Coronation was held as part of the pre-game ceremonies before the Redbirds took on the Edwardsville Tigers. The Homecoming Court arrived in the following order: Miss Judy Bailey escorted by Ned Giberson, Miss Pam Ferguson escorted by Doug Fisk, Miss Carolyn Newman escorted by Dan Kennedy, Miss Sandy Patterson escorted by Ken Johnson, Miss Sandy Stobbs escorted by Jim Kodros, and Miss Darlene Watts escorted by Richard Henderson. Mrs. Olivia Parrish, Alton’s Retiring Queen, crowned the new Queen, Miss Mary Young, escorted by Ted Shobe.The court looks on Olivia crowns the new QueenRedbirds on the move. 200 Offensive Line Coach Johnson confers with the referee Our 1965 gridiron season was opened and closed on the home field. This season we had 7 home games and only 3 away games. The team ended the season with a record of four wins, five losses, and one tie. In our first game with Quincy, the Blue Devils worked in one touchdown to win the game. We won our second game over the Marquette Explorers with several fine runs by Bob Gruver and a TD pass to Wayne Schroeder. The third and fourth games to East St. Louis and Granite City were lost by wide margins. East St. Louis went on to take the Southwestern Conference title. The next game with MacArthur of Decatur ended in a solid tie. We won the sixth and eighth games from Edwards-ville and Collinsville with a loss to Belleville in between. Edwardsville was our homecoming game. The next-to-last game was probably the upset of the year for the Redbirds, as we took advantage of Wood River mistakes for a surprising victory. Our last game was lost to St. Louis U. High as the Juniors Bills took advantage of an early touchdown to beat us by 6 points. An interesting fact of our 1965 football stand is the total point ratio. We scored 139 points total to our opponents’ 155. This year's varsity coaching staff deserves quite a bit of praise for the record they compiled this year. Our coaches are: Mr. Yonkus, head coach: Mr. Johnson, offensive line coach; Mr. Brandt, defensive line coach; Mr. Stavros and Mr. Macias, sophomore coaches; and Mr. Tanner and Mr. Buddell, assistant coaches. Special praise ought to be given Mr. Yonkus for his excellent guidance of the team, and for the record he compiled in this his freshman year at Alton High. Mr. Yonkus’ effect on our gridiron team has been obvious.Gang tacklingROW ONE: Jim Kodros, Larry Krotz, Richard Baseden, Bill Crain, Steve Henderson, Tom Chiolero, Alec Lacey, Bill Sharp, Vernon Davis, Scribner, Richard Henderson, Dave Bazzell. ROW TWO: Mr. Yonkus, Bob Graver, Geoff Griffin, Sonny Willis, Dan Kennedy, Jeff Reiland, Ralph Miller, Greg Hagen, Frank Holmes, Jerry Perry, Charles Barrilleaux, John Grizzle. ROW THREE: Les Alexander, Steve Lamken, Don Armstrong, Brian Dickerson, Mike Crivello, Kyle Steiner, Charles Bowling, Ted Shobe, Ray Joehl, Ned Giberson, Mike Chappell, Tom Fischer. ROW FOUR: Leon Huff, Ken Johnson, Paul Yinger, Roger Keith, Rick Robley, Marion Whyers, Wayne Schroeder, Jesse Connors, Bob Heil, Jackie Martin, Doug Fisk. Mr. Brandt. The score The run VmtiyThe excitement from the bench The victory ROW ONE: Rudolph Shaw (Manager), Larry Krotz, Larry Evans, Tom Pendt, Mike Coontz, Richard Drake, Douglas Dye, Phillip Taylor, Ronald Lewis, Keith Reed, James Porter, Steven Pinkerton, Gary Cook (Manager). ROW TWO: Mr. Macias, Clarence Willis, Fred Zahn, Charles Wilson, Kenneth Watkins, Mike Streeper, Wilbur Withrow, Elve Everage, David Harris, Harold Gillian, Mr. Stavros. _ ROW THREE: Frank Holmes, John Spears, Jerry Perry, Bill Camp, Mike Crivello, Dennis Wood, Leon Huff, Kyle Steiner, Wayne Schroeder, Ray Darr, Tom Wilkinson. Absent from picture: Jeffrey Reiland, Kurt Caskey, Larry Ceppcnati, John Craig. 203Otoss Cou tbty Alton Senior High School’s cross country team always tries to meet the strong teams in the area early in the season, to give them something for which to work. Because of this, the Redbirds met tough opposition from the top Missouri teams, which hindered our team’s winning ways in the beginning of the season. But, as time progressed, we became the stumbling block for those teams and tied for first place with McClure, one of Missouri’s finest teams, in the tremendous Beaumont Invitational Cross Country Meet. In the past five years that Mr. Wigger has been coaching here, the Redbirds have won the conference championship. This year, the sixth, was no exception. Alton battled off Belleville’s rally and defeated the other teams in the conference. The cross country team, having won the district crown, too, earned a trip to the state cross country finals. Our harriers have made this trip fifteen straight times, since the sport began here in 1951. A field of contestants, one of the toughest groups of teams ever assembled, met in Champaign, Illinois, for the twentieth annual Illinois High School State Cross Country Meet. Our Redbirds placed seventeenth in the race, with Belleville placing eighteenth. This season was one of the most thrilling accounts of a determined comeback to be found in recent years. After a slow beginning, our Alton Redbirds gave us a team of which to be proud. Vmikj m Carroll and Currins ROW ONE: Percy Clark, Randy Butler, Dave Ayres, Jim Glaeser, Aubrey Bunger, Richard Kidwell, Glen Carroll, Steve Currins, Ron Bolton, Leroy Ross. ROW TWO: Marvin Taul, Mike DeSherlia, Terry Wells, Alan Crawford, Pat Wilson, Frank Greer, Jim Fischer, Philip Generally, Dwayne Boswell, Charles Marshall. ROW THREE: Mr. Wigger, Bill Cowgill, Charles Bruce, Don Olson, Chuck Springer. Lance Steinman, Mike Dolan, Nick Rangel, Dave Johnson, Mr. 204 Phelps.VarsityVmtiUj Basketball The basketball season surged like Alton High’s spirit by supplying two quick victories against O’Fallon and Mt. Vernon, two non-conference opponents. But the next weekend brought disaster. Both East St. Louis and Jacksonville used the Red-birds’ ineffective foul line shooting for two Alton losses. Tournament season arrived; with its arrival Alton took a second place to Edwardsville in the Edwards-ville Tournament by beating CBC in the opener and losing to Edwardsville in the final game. After the tournament games, we returned to the regular season by thumping Wood River by a large margin. Granite City couldn’t miss and handed us a surprising defeat. In the second annual Carbondale Tournament, Alton beat Marion, a team which ranks highly in the state, by playing one of its best games. The Redbirds met Olney in the second game and were upended by Olney’s spirited efforts. Conference play started again, but it provided no silver linings for the Redbirds. Belleville and Collinsville matched offensive efforts two successive nights to hand Alton two blistering defeats. The team came back against Edwardsville with some spirited action. But the Tiger’s new gym seemed to put a lid on the basket for the Redbirds, and Edwardsville came out a winner. As it now stands, Alton High’s Redbirds are 1-5 in the conference and 5-8 overall.Campbell and Mitchell double team on opposing center The Redbirds score again 207Wailing for the reboundLast quarter strategy Fighting for the reboundJunior Vfcws j ROW ONE: Tim Guinnee, Bill Honchell, Sonny Willis, Lee Hardimon, Wayne Schroeder, Gary Breuchaud, Ron Lewis, Tom Pcndt. ROW TWO: Dave Schroeder, Geof Griffin, Leon Huff, Paul Yinger, Mike Dean. Darrell Davis, Clarence Horton, Mike Crivello, Brian Dickerson. CopltOHKM ROW ONE: Elve Everage, Tom Pendt, Gary Breuchaud, Dave Robertson, George Dondanville. Mike Kunz, Ron Lewis. ROW TWO: Mr. Bonynge, Steve Pinkerton, Wayne Schroeder, Tom Brown, Tom Davis, Dennis Woods, Charles Wilson, Bill Honchell, Randy Ghent. 210Qccm Pag BASEBALL (15-5) (Co-Champions) Edwardsville 1— 1 Alton Bethalto 6— 9 Alton Granite City 3— 8 Alton Marquette 0— 6 Alton Collinsville 1— 2 Alton Wood River 3—14 Alton East St. Louis 4— 6 Alton Marquette 1—12 Alton Granite City 8— 1 Alton East St. Louis 3— 2 Alton Collinsville 7— 0 Alton Wood River 0— 3 Alton Edwardsville 0— 4 Alton Belleville 0— 4 Alton Bethalto 4—10 Alton Staunton 9— 6 Alton Belleville 7— 2 Alton Roxana 3— 9 Alton Western Military 2—17 Alton Southwestern 1— 3 Alton Edwardsville 1— 5 Alton Southwestern 7— 5 Alton (District) FOOTBALL (4-5-1) Quincy 7— 0 Alton Marquette 6—25 Alton East St. Louis 34— 0 Alton Granite City 27— 7 Alton MacArthur 21—21 Alton Edwardsville 0—27 Alton Belleville 27— 6 Alton Collinsville 7—27 Alton Wood River 13—19 Alton St. Louis U. High 13— 7 Alton GOLF (10-6-1) Belleville 191—160 Alton Granite City 190—189 Alton Assumption (ESL) 152—157 Alton Collinsville 175—174 Alton Lebanon 221—224 Alton Wood River 212—234 Alton Western Military 165—203 Alton Assumption (ESL) 165—177 Alton Marquette 209—219 Alton Collinsville 157—141 Alton Belleville 200—200 Alton Granite City 159—169 Alton Lebanon 185—175 Alton O’Fallon 185—170 Alton Marquette 220—222 Alton Western Military 174—183 Alton Wood River 164—188 Alton Conference 3rd Place District 3rd Place TENNIS (11-3) Belleville —2 losses Granite City —1 win and 1 loss Roxana —2 wins Western Military —2 wins Collinsville —2 wins Wood River —2 wins Edwardsville —2 wins BASKETBALL O’Fallon 39—69 Alton Mt. Vernon 60—71 Alton East St. Louis 59—57 Alton Jacksonville 66—58 Alton CBC 67—77 Alton Edwardsville 91—78 Alton Wood River 75—91 Alton Granite City 94—70 Alton Marion 63—87 Alton Olney 68—61 Alton Belleville 89—58 Alton Collinsville 81—56 Alton Edwardsville 63—59 Alton 211 VARSITY: Connie Volner, Mary Young, Beth Green, Doris Young, Jennifer Bailey. This year the Alton High spirit has been spurred on by the wonderful work of the cheerleaders. These girls, both varsity and junior varsity, put forth more effort than can be imagined to promote the determination they they show at all athletic events.MISSINGMISSINGMISSINGMISSINGMISSINGMISSINGWatch it, Sunderland!! We runners go through everything to do our jobs! Ftcintz, Phillip Hellrung, Paul Henderson, Clarissa Henry', Bill Herron, Jan Hester, Gwen Heuer, Mary Hickman, Wynell Higdon, Fred Hillery, Jim Hinderbergcr, Wally Hise, Soni Hock, Dianne Hodgkinson, Jane Hogue, Eddie Holladay, Linda Holman, Janice Holt, Larry Hon, Sharon Horsley, Paul Horton, Breeds Horton, Clarence Hughey, Mary' Hull. Paul Hurley, James Hurst, Michael Hutchinson, Kathy Hyde, Phil Her, Joe Isringhausen, Rhbcrt Jackson, John Jackson, Kathy Jacoby, Barb Jarrett, David Jefferson, Patty Jenkins, Georgia Jewell, Erylene Jianakoplos, Stephen Johnson, Ada Johnson, Danny Johnson, Erik Johnson, Robert Jones, Steve Jones, Waleen Jordan, Joyce Jordan, Yvonne Jouett, Danny Jourdain, Bob Joyce, Linda Judkins. Teresa Judy, Tom Katchmar, Barb Katz, Richard Kauffold, James Keith Roger Kellerhouse, John v AKelley, Richard Keltic, Janet Kcrcher, Bob Kidwell, Rick Kimbro, Gayle King, Greg King, Sandy Kingston, Violet Kinsclla, William Klose, Margie Knight, Paul Knutson, Kristine Koehne, Chuck Kolkmcyer, Bill Korilko, Linda Kreid, Nancy Kuddes, Sharon Lacey, Alec Lacey, Mary Lad ley, Robert Lahey, Karen Lambert, Marc Lamken, Steve Landuyt, Sandy Laslie, Della Lawhom, Richard Lawless, Ronnie Lawless, Susan Lee, Darlene Lefler, Yvonne Leigh, Frank Lenhardt, Howard Lenhardt, Linda Lewis, Ethel Lewis, Judy Lewis, Tom Li ley, Brenda Lindblad, Don Lishka, Diane Lodge, John Logan, Dan Long, James Long, Marsha Luly, Lance Luly, Linda Lutz, Nancy Lynn, Liz Lyons, Larry McCadden, Marilou McClintock, Jane McConathy, Peggy McCormick, James McFern, Lena McGhee, Debbie McGibany-, Sherry McGovern, David 222 I know my gum is down here somewhere! One, two, cha, cha, cha.Look! Just give me your hand and I'll pull you out. MeGiure, Anita McWhorter, Elaine Macias, Rosemary Maddox, Lola Madison, Curt Maple, Bob Maple, Valerie Marmino, Mary Marshall, Charles Martin, Ann Martin, Bruce Martin, Cindy Martin, Greg Martin, Jackie Mason, Bob Massey, Larry Mathus, Bob Mathus, Steve Matthews, William Maul, Harr f Maxiner, Lester May, Sylvia Mayhall, Mareen Meara, Jim Meisenheimcr, Betsy Mendenhall, Barb Menzie, James Mercurio, Charles Mcrcurio, Linda Metcalfe, Randy Middlecoff. Alvin Middlecoff, Linda Middlecoff, Linda Middendorf, Jerry Middleton, Mary Mikoff, Roscoe Miller, Becky Miller, Connie Miller, Nancy Miller, Ralph Miller, Wayne Mills, Bill Mills, Larry Minor, Dodie Misegades, Peggy Mize, Donna Modes, Betty Modes, Nancy Moehle, Susie Monroe, Jack Monroe, Roger Mook, Mai Moore, Mike Morales, Mario Morgan, Gerald Morgan, JerryBoy! If I were running this study hall . . . Sure! I always sew with my eyes closed. Morgan, Nelson Moyer, Sue Mueller, Todd Mulloy, Francis Mulqueeny, Patricia Mulvill, Mike Murphy, Sue Murray, James Murray, Randall Murray, Sharon Muscarella, Steve Naylor, JoAnn Neal, Mark Newton, Melissa Nicholson, Doneeta Nicholson, Kathy Niederkorn, Susie Noel, Lynn Nolan, David Nowlin, Marilyn Ohley, Jan Ohm, Marc Olive, Betty Jo Oram, Sheila Osborne, Pat Osburn, Robert Pace, Robert Page, Pat Parish, Don Parkes, Jim Pars, Julie Patterson, Jane Patterson, Paul Pea, Tanya Penrod, Randall Perica, Nick Pershall, Tom Petersen, Dale Phillips, Barbara Piggott, Sandy Pinkerton, Kaye Pitts, Gloria Pivoda, Margie Place, Cathy Pollard, Debbie Poppe, Sharon Portce, Pamela Porter, Linda Porter, Marty Porter, Maureen Porter, Sharon Price, Mary Prout, Viv Radcliff, Nancy Rangel, Nicholas Rathgeb, BonRathgeb, Tim Rawls, Jeanne Redd, Mary Redman, Sue Reid, Robyn Rcssman, Patricia Ressman, Peggy Reynolds, Judith Richards, Jerry •Richards, Michael Richmond, Beverly Riddlespriger, Bill Ridenour, Frances Riffey, Terry Riley, James Roades, Charles Roberson, Cindy Roberts, Robbie Robley, Richard Rodgers, Delma Rodgers, Velma Rogers, Mary Rollins, James Rook, Martha Roseman, Maxine Ross, LeRoy Rowland, Ronald Ruckman, Jerry' Ruedin, Richard Rynders, Janice Sadler, James Sanner, Lynda Savula, Michele Savula, Nancy Scates, Brenda Scheffel, Robert Scheffel, Warren Schmidt, Margaret Schmidt, Sarah Schmoeller, Dee Schneider, Jack Schreiber, Howard Schrimph, Mark Schrimph, Steve Schroeder, David Schuetz, Janet Schulte, Steve Schwartz, Andrew Schwartz, Kathy Schwartz, Kevin Scoggins, Cathy Scott, Martha Scribner, Jim Seward, Carol Seymour, Mike Sharp, William If you fellas think you look funny, you're right. Heel-n' toe, heel-n' toe, and slide, slide, slide! 225. . . and when I shut my mouth my eyes open! Never mind why, just learn it!! Shaw, Marcia Shaw, Rhonda Shaw, Shirley Sheary, Doug Shive, Larry Sibley, Robert Sievers, Mark Simmons, Alan Siqimons, Mary Simon, Bill Simpson, Gloria Sims, Katherine Sims, Wendell Sisk, Richard Skelton, Richard Slanker, Bonnie Slaughter, Mary Sloan, Debbie Smalley, Sharon Smith, Cyndee Smith, Jcnne Smith, Jody Smith, Joe Smith, Marc Sonstegard, Tammy Springman, Rick Springman, Susie Spurgeon, Donna Staats, PaiiT Staggs, Linda Steele, Carolyn Stephenson, Adrian Stillwell, Ray Stiltz, Tamela Stilwell, Mike Stiritz, Nancy Stiritz, Norma Stolze, Brenda Stolze, Cathy Stormer, Nancy Summers, Donna Sumner, Joe Sunderland, Jim Sutton, Bonna Sutton, Byron Swaim, Carolyn Swanson, George Sweeney, Maria Swinney, Liz Tate, Lonnie Taylor, Connie Taylor, Dianna Taylor, Phyllis Terpening, Patsy Terry, Cheryl Theen, JimViviano, Bob Vize, Hank Volkmar, Frank Vollertsen, Cindy Volner, Connie VonBergen, Marilyn Voumard, F.d Voylcs, Vickie Wagner, Ruth Wagner, Wesley Waide, Jane Waidmann, Karen Walker, Charles Walker, David Walker, Karen Wall, Dave Wallace, Cathy Walston, Jerry Walter, Larry Waltrip, Phyllis Warner, Bob Warren, Joan Warren, Lawrence Waters, Judy Thomas, Rosanna Thomasson, Ellen Thompson, Janet Thompson, Karen Thompson, Linda Timmermeicr, Mary Tonkinson, David Townsley, Linda Treadway, Ruth Trout, Vicki Tucker, Laura Turner, Anita Turner, Larry Tyree, Larry Unterbrink, Agnes Ursch, Jeff Vahle, Jack Vambaketcs, George VanHook, Jane VanHooscr, Alfred VanTassell, Donna Vinyard, Ruby Virgin, Duane Vitale, Sarah Watkins, John Watts, Ilene Watts, Janet Wehrlc, Randy Weihe. Ken Weirich, Gregory Weiss, David Wenzel, Ronnie km Don't lose your head, it's only a flat tire. Some of these sob stories really get to me! 227Westbrook, Carole Westbrook, Robert Wheeler, Paul White. Alice White, Andrew Whiting, Linda Wickenhausher, Dala Wickenhauser, David Widenhoefer, Robert Wiebmcr, Mary Wiegand, Nancy Wilkinson, Jo Williams, Martha Williams, Phyllis Wills, Scott Wilson, Keith Wilson, Rita Wilson, Martha Winchester, Kenny Witt, Linda Wohlert, Zona Wooff, David Wooff, Debbie Wooff, Dorothy 228 Yessir, I just stuck the pencil in the outlet and pow!TasiTrrr! Hab oo eber ad penud budder sthuck on da ruff ob your moud? £of ho te Abel, Margaret Achenback, Paul Acord, Lavecda Adams, George Adams, Margaret Adams, Matt Albers, Carol Albrecht, Sandra Armstrong, Kathleen Arrowsmith, Alan Aslone, James Aulabaugh, Betty Aulabaugh, Kathie Bachman, Dale Bacus, Edward Baeser, Norma Bailey, Kathleen Baird, Roland Baird, Alexander, Glynda Alexander, Janice Alford, Dennis Allen, Sherlyn Amistadi, Sharon Amschler, Denise Anderson, Erick Angle, RitaThere's no end to this straw!! ? Bierbaum, Margaret Biggs, Lynne Blackburn, Don Blaine, Sandra Bland, David Blodgett, Joy Bloemker, Michael Bloomer, Debbi Bobbs, RoseLee Bockholdt, Janice Bolton, Mary Boohcr, Patty Bornes, Marian Boschert, James Boswell, Billie Boswell, Duane Bowman, Virgil Bowsher, Gail Boyer, Lynn Bradshaw, Loretta Bramhall, Judy Brandel, Susan Brennan, Shelia Breuchaud, Gary Brewster, Maplean Brien, Godfrey Britt, Eddie Brooks, Diane Brown, Alan Brown, Diane Brown, Marie Brown, Russell Brown, Thomas Bruce, Charles Bruce, Pattie Brucckman, Carla Buder, Melvin Buerkle, Jim Bullock, Nancy Bunse, Kris Burton, Roy Bush, Bonny Butt, Sheldon Cairns, Sheryl Callahan, Regina Callahan, Susan Calvey, Jackie Camp, William Campbell, Darby Campbell, Marcy Cannedy, Miriam Cannon, Emery Cannon, Janice Carmen, Richard Carpenter, Debbie Czrrn II Tonm Come on, let’s get this trash out of here. Yeah, I got this when I made that 110 yard touchdown! Carroll, Mike Carter, Betty Carter, Bob Carter, Paul Casey, Jonathan Casey, Willard Caskey, Kurt Cauley, Sandra Ceppcnati, Larpr Champlin, Clinton Champlin, Earl Chancellor, Rosemary Chandler, Horton Clark, Buferd Clark, Dennis Clark, Jimmie Colaw, Sandra Coleman, Robert Collins, Anne Conner, Richard Conrad, Pat Conreux, Dale Cook, Gary’ Coontz, Mike Cooper, Margie Copeland, Jerry' Corethers, Johanna Cosco, John Cowgill, William Cox, Gary' Cox, Linda Cox, Richard Craig, John Crain, Steve Crane, Brenda Crane, Larry Crane, Sharon Crawford, Alan Crawford, Bill Crews, Hubert Crivello, Mike Cunan, Pat Cunningham, William Curry, Dave Curtis, Don Dalton, Gary Darr, Ray Darr, Sue Davidson, James Davidson, Melvin Davis, Elizabeth Davis, Shinnette Davis, Tom Davis, Wayne Dean, Mike Deck, GaryWish she was on my channel. Deeder, Don Delano, Fred Delehanty, Janice Denson, Donna Desherlia, Mike Dilley, Clifford Diserens, Pam Dixon, Jane Doan, Elizabeth Dodson, Marilyn Doerr, Fred Dondanville, George Don low, George Douglas, Donna Douglas, Sharon Douglas, Sheila Douglas, Terry Downs, David Doyle, Tim Drake, Richard Drew, Dan Dugan, James Dugge, Wayne Duley, Mary Ann Dumey, Maria Duncan, Angela Duncan, Mike Dunlap, Brenda Dunlap, Wayne Dustman, Robert Dye, Doug Eberlin, Tom Edwards, Cathy Edwards, Joyce Ele, Wilma Elrod, Terry Embry, Richard Emmons, Brenda Emmons, Clarence Epps, Karen Erbe, Lavera Ervin, Mary Evans, Larry Everage, Elve Everage, Richard Everage, Teresa Feuquay, Donna Fields, LouAnn File, Debbie Fillop, Blanche Fin, Teresa Fischer, Ann Fischer, Jim Fleming, Bob Fletcher, Susan Flint, BelindaFlint, Lucinda Foncs, Kathy Ford, Beverly Ford, Carney Forsythe, Norma Fortschneider, Judy Fox, Chris Frakes, Connie Freeland, Don Freund, Marlene Fritz, William Frost, Garry Frost, Larry Fulks, Stephanie Fuller, Bonnie Gaither, David Gallup, Marianne Garrett, Joyce Gaspard, Mary Gaston, Victor Generally, Betty Generally, Phillip Gentry, Terry Gerdt, Judy Ghent, Randy Gibbons, Dennis Gibbs, Dennis Giberson, JoAnne Gibson, David Gifford, Greg Gilbert, John Gilchrese, Charles Gilkey, Sherran Gill, Pam Gillian, Harold Gineris, Evonne Glassbrenner, Stephen Gleghorn, Paula Glen, Marilyn Gollcy, Willie Goodrich, Nancy Goree, Allen Gottlob, Robert Gould, Sara Grace, Sandy Graham, Sue Grandfield, Kristen Gray, Eddie Greeling, Debbie Green, Ronald Greer, Frank Grenzebach, Judy Gresham, David Guenther, Henry Gvillo, Ida Haig, Don Heh heh, wait ‘til Doc sees this mess! Uncle Sam wants YOU! 233Hale, John I Hale, Linda Halford, Seo Hall, Frank I Hall, Lar y Halliburton, A Hamberg, Vici Hamby, Cathy Hamby, Dar cnc Hamby Gary Hamilton, D anc Hamilton, Richard Hampton, Joyce Hansbcrr)r, Susan Hanson, Steve Hard, Terry Harden, Van Harder, Kathy Hardin, Jan Hardin, Sandra Harmon, A an Harrington, Maxine Harris, Beverly Harris, David Hartley, Nancy Hartline, Dona id Hartnett, Stephen Hatcher, Sue Hat ten, David Hausman, Char es Hausman, Daisy Ha vis, Barbara Ha vis, James Haxc , Bernard Hayes, Mary Hayward, Suzanne Heinkei, Paul Henderson, Janice Hendrickson, Marsha Hcn ey, Linda Henning, Bev Heppner, Mark Hicks, Linda Hicks. Rusty Higginbotham, Gloria Hildebrand, John Hi I, Billy Hi . Judy Hi ler, Barbara Hinton, JLinc a Hintz, Chris Hoering, Susan i Holmes, Frank M Holmes, Thomas m Honche . Bit I Hopkins, Chris m HHorstman, Hugh Huff, Leon Huff, Scott Hunt, Harold Isom, Fred Jackson, James Jackson, Janice Jackson, Kathryn Jacobs, Shari Jacobson, Lynda Jarrett, David Jarrett, Susanne Jewell, Larry Johnson, Chiquita Johnson, Christine Johnson, Dave Johnson, Dianne Johnson, Janette Johnson, Rhonda Johnston, Michael Jones, Alexander Jones, Charlie Jones, Genelle Jones, Lois Jones, Mike Jones, Richard Jones, Shirley Jones, Willanet Joyce, Larry Judy, Carol Julian, John Keil, Don Keiser, Phil Kennedy, Becky Kennedy, Kenneth Keyser, David King, Joyce Kirchner, Darrell Kitzmiller, Kathleen Kitzmiller, Tom Klaus, Diane Kiinke, Jarvis Klopfer, Daniel Knoche, John Kochan, Robert Kochersperger, Dora Koehne, James Koehne, Linda Koehne, Sandy Kopsie, Gary Krotz, Larry Lacey, Loretta Ladle ’, Robert Laird, Mark Landrcth, Mary LaPinta, Gracelyn Son-of-a-gun! We didn't mean it, Mr. Eagleton. Please come out! 235Laux, Carol Lawrence, Joe Lawson, Michael Lawson, Sandra Leach, Frank Ledingham, Cheryl Lcnhardt, Richard Lewis, Brenda Lewis, Dale Lewis, Danny Lewis, Linda Lewis, Ronald Lewis, Willaim Lincnfclscr, Marilyn Lippold, Kent Little, Raymond Little, Sheila Lockwood, Jack Logan, Steve Long, Judy Lorch, Greg Lovejoy, Susan Lovett, Aaron Lovett, Francine Lowe, Mary Lynn, Susan McAfoos, Lauren McAllister, Annie McAninch, Bob McBride, Phyllis McClintock, Pam McCord, Don McCormick, Larry McCrady, Sam McEvers, Carol McFadden, Candace McFarland, Mary McGee, Eva McGowan, Robert McGrath, Mike McGuiggan, Janet McGuire, Dennis McKee, Carol McKee, Don McLemore, Ellamae McRevey, Pam Mack, Beverly Madison, Maryann Madson, Chris Maher, Dave Maher, Mindy Mallory, Rodger Manley. Brenda Markel, Tim Marlow, Roy Marmino, Linda 236 You’d be surprised what we get accomplished in Chem-O Oooh, they’re so pretty I don’t know which one to pushThe latest from London! Maybe he is empty headed, but he’s mine. Martin, Donald Martin, Ronald Mason, Betty Mattson, Susan Maul, Vernon Maxeiner, Clara Maxeiner, Dennis Maxeiner, Joan Maxeiner, Rex Maxson, Marcia May, Harold Mayberry, Donna Meisenhcimer, Bill Menzie, Sandy Messick, Cheryl Metcalf, Joyce Meyer, Chris Meyers, Eddie Michelon, Mary Michelsen, Linda Mike, Sandra Miles, Brenda Miles, John Miller, Betsy Miller, Jan Miller, Larry' Miller, Remonia Mi liering, Jane Milligan, Mary' Jane Mills, David Mills, Debby Milnor, George Moginot, Barb Monroe, Phillip Mook, Ronda Moore, Bobbie Moore, Willia Morgan, Gwendolyn Mormino, Mike Mossbarger, Pattie Mundy, Sandra Munson, Bill Musgrave, Maurice Nagy, Dennis Nasello, Allan Nasello, Barbara Naylor, Cheryl Naylor, Gayle Neal, Robert Nelson, David Nevins, Barbara Nicholas, James Noble, Debbie Norris, Linda North, Linda Oberlink, SueO’Dell, Vicky Odle, Dianne Opel, Brian Osborne, Jackie Oulson, Don Overath, Janet Owens, Paul Pace, John Pace, Linda Pace, Mike Page, Connie Parish, Gary Parker, Ellen Parks, Everett Patterson, Deborah Patterson, Jerry Paul, Georgeanne Peal, Ira Pearson, Dennis Pendt, Tom Percival, Phyllis Perica, Cindy Perry, Jeremiah Perry, Ronnie Peterie, Rebecca Phelps, Mark Phelps, Terry Pilger, Dennis Pinkerton, Steven Pinta, Lynn Plopper, Doug Poe, Kenneth Poppe, Janice Porter, James Porter, Patricia Prager, Thomas Proctor, Sandra Pruitt, Carol Pruitt, Cathy Pruitt, Sherry Quigley. Terry Rain, Amy Rain, Dan Raya, Mike Raymer, Gary Raymond, Richard Reed, Jim Reed, John Reed, Keith Reid, Susan Riccardi, Nicolyn Richnak, Steve Roark, Mike Robertson, David Robinson, Earline Robinson, Joyce 238 Ya say you're goin’ on a diet, Arn ? I’m making donuts, whatta ya think?!Busy, busy, busy. Just like the Fourth of July. Whoopee! Rocnnigke, Becky Rogero, Alice Rogers, Barbara Rosenkotter, Marjorie Ross, Doris Russell. Glenn Ryrie, Sarah Sanders, Carl Sanders, Mary Sanner, Pam Sauls, Sydney 'Saville, David Shaffner, Nancy Scheffel, Steven Scheldt, Phillip Schell, Judy Schcurer, Brett Schilling, Donald Schmidt, Scott Schmitt, Gail Schneider, Debbie Schneider, Jerry Schrempf. Debbie Schrimpf, Peter Schroeder, Wayne Schultz, Barb Schwartz, Debbie Scott, David Scott, Joyce Schott, Ronald Searlcs, Jana Searles, Larry Searles, Raymond Seibert, Sylvia Shaw, Rudolph Shelton, Kathryn Shepherd, Earl Sheppard, Wanda Short, Frances Shorter, Paul Shy, Shari Simms, Cynthia Simpson, David Simpson, Katherine Sims, Ron Slagley, Carl Slimick, Terry Small, Jerald Smith, Cindy Smith, Donald Smith, Ernest Smith, Harry Smith, Pal Smith, Richard Smith, Robert Smith, WillieOooh, I can’t bear to watch! Spangle, Cheryl Spears, John Springman, Deborah Sprout I, Robert Spurrier, Calvert Stamm, Gada Stauder, Michael Steiger, Janice Steiner, Kyle Steinmann, Lance Stern, Patricia Stevens, Charles Stevenson, Francis Steward, Louise Stewart, Max Stewart, Richard Stilley, Diana Stockard, Annette Stockard, Joe Stone, Linda Stotlar, Allen Straube, David Strceper, Mike Strong, Mike Stroud, James Stutz, Michael Sullivan, Jim Sundberg, Glenn Sunderland, Jill Sweeney, Rita Swegle, Suzanne Swengrosh, Robert Swettenham, Richard Tanner, Gloria Tanner, Pat Tanner, Sandy Taul, Randy Tavernier, Peggy Tavernier, Venita Taylor, Kate Taylor, Phil Teaney, Carol Tclcford, Hattie Teleford, Jeffie Theisen, Marsha Thomas, William Thompson, Brenda Thompson, Fred Thompson, Freddie Ticmann, John Timmermeier, Harry Timpe, Janice Titchenal, Tom Tolbert, Ruth Toot, Star Towsc, JillTucker, David Tueth, Bob Turner, Mary Vahle, Lloyd Valdes, Barbara Vambakctcs, Stella VanVoorhis, Becky VanZandt, Maricta Varble, Lindeli Vassar, Virginia Vatolc, Anthony Velikis, Jim Vesely, Ken Via, Frances Victh, Sandy Vinyard, Carolyn Vitale, Tina Vogel, Deann Voorhees, Brenda Waggoner, Jackie Walker, Larry Walker, Rita Wall, Roger Wallace, Avery Wallace, Francine Wallace, Sharion Waller, Barry Walter, Bruce Walters, Yvonne Ward, Chris Warner, Rhonda Warren, Yvonne Warwick, Debbi Watkins, Kenny Watson, Floyd Watts, Diane Webb, Lillian Webb, Stephen Webb, Terry Weber, Bruce Wedding, Jane Wedding, Phillip Weeks, Rena Weilmuenster, Ilah Weinman, Sandy Weiss, Kathy Weissenborn, Jerry Welch, Donna Welch, Kathleen Wells, Terry West, Jerry Westfall, Gloria Whipple, Don White, Beverly White, Donald Whitten, David OK, Now, when I give the signal, Marion shuts off the lights, and Terry, you grab the money. 241If she pulls too hard, it’ll come off. Hand me a wrench. Wiegand, Dick Wilkinson, Tom Williams, Chuck Williams. Don Williams, Gary Williams, Glendal Williams, Greg Williams, Joann Williams, Pat Williams, Roy Willis, Clarence Willis, Jan Wills, Lloyd Wilson, Charles Wilson, Glenn Wilson, Larry Wilson, Patrick Wilson, Patty Wilson, Randall Wiseman, Marcia Wiseman, Milton Witcher, Danny Withrow, Wilbur Wolff, Sharon Wolffbrandt, Bob Wonnacott, Sharon Wood, Dennis Wood, Linda Woodard, Louise Woodman, Paul Woods, Betty Woods, Wanda Wooff, Needra Wooff, Leo Wooten, Susie Worley, Steve Wright, Beth Wright, Philip Wright, Sue Wroble, Patti Wuellner, Miles Wyhs, Danny Wyman, Mike Yakubovich, Linda Yakubovich, Ted Yates, Robert Young, David Young, Melvin Young, Randy Yust, Geff Zahn, Fred Zerow, Sharon Zimmerman, TomKeep shaking, it's bound to come out—I hope. This class really rattles me! 243Come on, Sandy! I'm trying to work. 244 Now if I were out there . . .Get out of my study hall. Can I get off now?I got Tuesday night’s version of Peyton Place!! Naaaaaaaa!!! Get that camera out of here!!! Buckets are for stacking, not eating! 247Is it a bird, is it a plane . . . No it’s me, Super Cool. If that guy takes the last gingerbread man, I'm gonna cry! 248One for them, two for me. Boy! We've got all these people out here and we still can't hold this wall up. 249He i5“ntks if s ,got a they only t0°k his comic book, and they took my Tonka Truck! I know it looks stupid but it’s the only way I can keep my glasses on. Kill the snake, kill the snake with your hockey sticks, girls. 250 Yeah, Buddha! Attention readers of this Taller in the years 1966 and 1991! Today, production of this book is the effort of many more people than could be mentioned here. To the staff members, who met deadlines unfailingly and captured the spirit of the present student body, go my congratulations and thanks for a job will done. To Mr. Dale Livengood, our advisor, goes our appreciation for direction, inspiration, and patience. To you, the students, goes this Tatler for your inspection and enjoyment. If you are rereading this book in 1991, it is a reminder of friends and events separated by time and distance, a refresher course for the twenty-fifth reunion of the class of 1966. See you there! Dave Bryan Editor-in-Chief 1966 TatlerTati v Sto 252 MR. DALE LIVENGOOD Advisor GAYLE SCHMIDT Business ManagerBETTY BALL Advertising Sales Staff BETSY ANSCHUETZ Senior Section Editor ■ MARTHA BIERBAUM Advertising Sales Staff DENNIS BRINKMAN Art and Picture Layout Director I MARTHA BURRESS Advertising Sales Staff JOYCE CICIGOI Staff Typist SHARON COPE Staff Typist JEANNIE CRADER Advertising Sales Staff KATHY DINGELDLIN Journalism CAROL DuCOMMUN Art and Picture Layout Staff VERNA JO DICKSON Music Section Editor ■ w JANE BEISER Administration Section Editor MARCIA CARSON Assistant Business Manager PAT CROUCH Book Sales Manager LARRY DUNNAGAN Photography 253PAM FERGUSON Advertising Layout Staff JACKIE HUERNER Journalism JEANNIE KOCHERSPERGER Underclass Section Editor FRED LAMMERS Dark Room Co ordinator 254 1 GLENDA GREEN BETSY HARRIS Candid Pictures Editor Advertising Sales Staff BARBARA GRAZIANA Advertising Sales Staff RAY JOEHL Advertising Sales Manager ADELE JOHNSON Staff Typist PAM KINGERY Administration Section Editor SARAH KOZICKY Club Pictures Section Editor STUART LEDINGHAM Advertising Layout Staff SUSAN LEWIS Advertising Sales Staff NANCY LIEBHEIT Art and Picture Layout StaffRUTH McPHAIL Corresponding Secretary jim McLaughlin Advertising Sales Staff PAULA LOGAN Art and Picture Layout Staff MIKE MONAHAN Photography Editor RANDY MOORE Music Section Editor STEVE MOORE Advertising Sales Staff KARA McCOURTNEY Candid Pictures Editor CAROLYN NEWMAN Staff Typist RICK ROGLIS Club Pictures Section Editor SANDY PATTERSON Advertising Layout Staff JUDY SCHLOSSER Journalism JOHN RAIN Advertising Layout Manager MARY SEAGO Advertising Sales Staff CHERYL RICHEY Advertising Sales Staff JANET STAEHLE Promotion Manager 255 DONNA SUMMERS Junior Trainee JIM THEEN Assistant Sports Editor TOM THOMAS Senior Section Editor FAYE THOMPSON Journalism ■ A THEO TONKINSON Staff Typist COLETTE TURK Journalism VAL TUTT Advertising Layout Staff SUZIE VOEGE Art and Picture Layout Staff 256A ikcUtks fo O wo flAxmcbse ts The students of Alton High School wish to express their appreciation to the advertisers who have helped to make the publication of the 1966 Tatler pos-Employees at the 01 in Works of 01 in Mathieson Chemical Corporation have manufactured products that have enjoyed an enviable reputation for quality over the years. The Western and 01 in trademarks, which are so familiar here, are recognized by our customers world-wide as symbols of dependability. 01 in Works is proud to count among its employees many graduates of Alton High School. Olin Works East Alton, IllinoisPROUDLY WORN THE FINE CLASS RING OF ALTON SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL W PROUDLY CREATED By the L. G. Balfour Company Jewelry's Finest Craftsmen The Alton Senior class ring is a living tradition, incorporating the Redbird mascot, the Alton portal, and symbols of academic achievement in a design exclusively your own. Ordered through Alton jewelry stores by accredited members of the Junior class. All juniors who order their rings before May I will receive their rings in time for the beginning of their senior year. NEAL THOMPSON forWOKZ FM-100.3, AM-1570 This staff and management wish to extend congratulations to the graduating seniors of Alton Senior High School. Compliments of HELLRUNG CONSTRUCTION COMPANY One Ridge Street Alton, Illinois Telephone 462-0691 General Contractor Ready Mixed CONCRETE YOUR SHELL DEALER BILL ROLLER 462-3212 Fifth and Ridge Alton, Illinois 1966 RADIO DISPATCHED TRUCKS TOP QUALITY CONCRETE FOR ANY PURPOSE CALL 462-0696 • concrete blocks • meramec sand gravel • cements mortar • sand rock MIDLAND REDI-MIX, INC 101 Spring St. Alton, III. 261 Compliments of AMY, DAN, JOHN PAUL'S SHOES RAIN Food Mlrt. North Alton 121 W. Third St. Alton, Illinois Phone 465-3321 "WALT" BLACKS Sporting Goods Quality Athletic Equipment 540 East Broadway Alton, Illinois 462-8831 Congratulations Alton High Grads BILL'S CLARK SERVICE 1125 Belle Alton, Illinois See Us for Teen Credit and Your Alton High Class Ring STONE BROS. JEWELERS 118 W. Third Alton, III. "Alton's First Choice in Fine Printing" ADAMS PRINTING COMPANY 536 East Broadway 462-0044 Alton MODERN PRINTING EQUIPMENT AND TECHNIQUES Owned and Operated by Charles D. Emons 262Certificate, Passbook, and Payroll Savings Earnings Paid Quarterly Postage-Paid Save-by-Mail Service Drive-Up Teller Windows After-Hours Depository Travelers Checks U. S. Savings Bonds Christmas Club Accounts Assets in Excess of $46 Million Savings Are insured Up to $10,000 by FSUC Conventional, Home Improvement, and Construction Home Loans 543 East Broadway Alton, Illinois ____________Phone 618-465-5543_____________________________ Compliments BRIDGEWATER NEWS of PAPERS MAGAZINES BOYD'S 1657 Washington SANDWICH SHOP Alton, Illinois 2427 College Avenue 465-9726 BOWL HAVEN 0 S$!i [L li; L V l£ K Entertainment in a Wholesome Atmosphere Snack Bar—Bowling—BilliardsTHE GIBERSON INSURANCE AGENCY FOUNDED 1908 DUDLEY F. GIBERSON JOSEPH A. RUSSO, C. L. U. EDWIN F. SASEK FRED'S CONOCO SERVICE 3001 Washington Alton, Illinois Compliments of LEE ANNE 110 W. Third St. Famous for Young Fashions 221 Market Street Alton, Illinois Compliments of LA PERLE HAIR FASHION Protecting the Future Through Insurance 310 State Street 465-6931 2530 State Alton, III. "North Alton's Meeting Place" Complete Home Furnishings 627 E. Broadway Alton, Illinois Phone 465-4451ALTON REFRIGERATION COMPANY Your "Frigidaire" Dealer 550 Broadway Alton, Illinois "Across From Germania" FRIGIDAIRE MAGIC CHEF refrigerators dryers gas ranges ranges freezers built-in-ranges automatic washers built-in-ovens dishwashers For dinner dances, wedding receptions, functions of all kinds THE BEAUTIFUL SKY ROOM STRATFORD MOTOR HOTEL Jeweler 316 Belle Street Alton, Illinois Diamonds—Watches—Jewelry BURT'S Launderers and Dry Cleaners Garment Storage "Let Our Phone Line Be Your Clothes Line" 2517 College Avenue Alton, Illinois 465-8941EDDIE'S BICYCLE SHOP Bicycle Sales and Service We Service All Bikes—We Sell PHONE 465-6755 2526 College Ave. Alton, III. CONGRATULATIONS AND BEST WISHES TO THE CLASS OF '66 Your Friendly GATELY'S DEPT. STORE 208 W. 3rd St. Alton, III. SPRINGMAN LUMBER COMPANY 1001 East Broadway Alton, Illinois Congratulations to all Alton High graduates. Make all your purchases—Pay nothing down Nationally advertised watches at discount prices. Low, Low Prices on Watch Jewelry and Repairing CURSOR Jewelers Open Monday and Friday until 9:00 p.m. WEDGE PRESCRIPTION PHARMACY AND HONKE PHARMACY Third and Henry Purchase Your Class Ring Here. LAMMERS FLORAL CO. ANNAME AND GEORGE LAMMERS Flowers for All Occasions 2524 College Avenue PHONE 462-0668 Alton, Illinois 266Compliments of ALTON CANTEEN COMPANY For Contact Lenses See HEITZ OPTICAL 307 Henry Street 465-1712 ALTON HOME IMPROVEMENT 650 E. Broadway 462-9246 MAGNAVOX AND GENERAL ELECTRIC GODFREY STATE BANK "Your Northside Drive-in Bank" Phone 466-3446 MEMBER F. D. I. C. Godfrey, Illinois Now two drive-in windows to serve you between 5:00 and 7:30 p.m. on Fridays. 267732 East Fifth Street THELMA DORMANN—GIFTS r Alton, Illinois 330 ALBY—NEXT TO POST OFFICE Choice Gifts for All Occasions The Shop Where Brides Can Choose FLOWERS THAT SAY The Finest in China, Crystal WHAT'S IN YOUR HEART and Silver WARDEIN PHARMACY Prescriptions Drugs PHONE 462-6801 2510 State St. Alton, Illinois a, fOR PR€Tf€n5 flno JUflKJRS Monticello Plaza GODFREY, ILLINOIS Eastgate Plaza EAST ALTON, ILLINOIS 462-6312 209 Piasa Alton, Illinois Congratulations MINERAL SPRINGS HOTEL 268 301 East Broadway1520 Washington Avenue Alton, Illinois Phone 462-9761 ALTON'S MOST CONVENIENT BANK s4Cfo tK TTkrifl | PRESCR Pr QN DRUG- STORES J Look to Us for All Your Needs . . . For Better Health 5 Convenient Locations . . . For Better Grooming There's one near you! School Supplies Headquarters Compliments of OFFICE MACHINES EXCHANGE 2900 East Broadway Alton, Illinois Phone 465-7748 distributors for the world's largest manufacturers of office equipment Sales—Rental—Service IRVIN Yfleurnkt JEWELER BEST WISHES TO THE CLASS OF '66 Authorized Elgin Dealer 1633 Washington Avenue Alton, Illinois JIM VARNER PLASTERING CONTRACTOR 12 Northmoor Godfrey 466-1294 270 STAAS FLORAL Flowers Express the Heart 465-6308 1631 Washington 465-2833 Alton, Illinois HOMER R. STAAS, ProprietorCORDES MOTOR COMPANY 2350 State Street Alton, Illinois Representatives: TOM COX H. K. McCONATHY GARVIN DOOLIN Telephone 465-6651 Insurance For: STUDEBAKER IAItK AUTO FIRE LIFE STATE FARM INSURANCE J 2355 State St. Alton, III. Ph. 465-4474 DUKE BAKERY 819 Henry Street 462-2922 Quality Pastries We Specialize in Wedding Cakes and Party Cakes 271HORN HORN INC THEEN INSURANCE AGENCY 70 YEARS SERVING THE PUBLIC WITH FANCY FOODS Complete Insurance Service Washington Square, 1627 Washington Avenue Alton, Illinois TELEPHONE: 462-9238 Coiffures by Moderne Washington Square Shopping Center 465-3823 "Beauty is a habit—not a gift." FARM FRESH DAIRY STORE GENT FUNERAL HOME Alton's Only Funeral Home Built Specifically for the Purpose . . . 2353 State Alton, Illinois 465-2797 2409 State Alton, Illinois ROCK SPRINGS SANDWICH SHOP "Across From the High School" 2115 College Avenue Proprietors: MR. AND MRS. E. A. BURNS "Specializing in 15c Hamburgers" 272 9961 f° WVTP y? 9 wyv? %,DICK AND POOLE PHARMACY Wm. E. Dick, R.Ph.—J. M. Poole, R.Ph. Brown and Washington Alton, Illinois Phones 465-9231 and 465-3547 Congratulations from BAXTER'S DISTRIBUTING COMPANY C. L. BAXTER Compliments of Paper and Party Supplies UPTOWN 554 E. Broadway barber SHOP 1635 Washington Washington Square Shopping Center HOMES OF DISTINCTION BUILDERS DEVELOPERS GLIK'S OF D'ADRIAN EAST Alton Plaza DREW-DELL ACRES 465-4469 D'ADRIAN NORTH Wilshire Village COLONIAL VILLAGE 254-3849 ADAMS Monticello Plaza 466-4812 DEVELOPMENT CO. From The Ground Up NO TWO HOMES ALIKE a'DIAMOND? j SUB-DIVIDERS DESIGNERS • CUSTOM BUILDERS Visit GOULDING’S. You'll see the newest FINANCING designs in rings for the RIGHT hand as well as the finest in engagement and wedding ring sets. SHOPPING CENTERS You Can Buy With Confidence 466-1265 at GOULDING’S Route 100 At Levis Lane Godfrey, III. MEMBER AMERICAN GEM SOCIETY 114 Years—Jewelers in Downtown Alton 274 St....... FEDERAL SAVINGS and loan association For the Correct Time and Temperature Phone 465-4431 KINNEY SHOES Home of Nationally Advertised Brand Name Shoes East Gate Plaza East Alton BREITWEISER GIFT SHOP Monticello Plaza Godfrey, Illinois 466-3622 Sifts of Distinction for All Occasions 275MISS ILLINOIS 1965 KATHY OROS Pepsi Cola 41 ton (Bottling, 3nc. CONGRATULATIONS COMPLETE PERioMMEL SERVICE 659 for your future success see $ ami YBiLITY 659A E. Broadway 462-8831 GUBSER-APPLE AGENCY Insurance—Real Estate 1718 Main Street Alton, Illinois Compliments of PIE TOWN BARBER SHOP 1709 Washington Avenue THE ELEGANTE 201 W. Third Formals Cocktail Dresses Street DressesMILTON CLEANERS Box Storage We Specialize In Drapes and Slip Covers Suede And Leather Jackets Seventh Street at Central Avenue TRAVEL AND CAMPING TRAILERS SALES AND RENTAL FORESTER TRAILER SALES 3204 E. Broadway Alton, III. Authorized Dealer For Yellowstone, Forester, And Apache DALE AND HELEN OLIVE 278 Phones Oft. 462-2913 Home 462-5081SCHAEFFER'S Distinctive Fashions Alton, Illinois 2-W Broadway (Downtown) UPPER ALTON PHARMACY College—Washington Two Stores to Serve You FREE DELIVERY For the Best in Screen Entertainment Attend THE GRAND and THE PRINCESS THEATERS Congratulations to the Class of ‘66 STOBBS TIRE SALES 3525 College Ave. Compliments of GODFREY FINANCE CO. Godfrey Road Godfrey, III. Ph. 466-2216 CHUCK TASUE Manager 279DON LEACH MARKET Known for Quality Groceries—Meats—Poultry—Produce Phone 462-5511 BAKER'S DOZEN "13" 6 a.m.—12 p.m. PHONE 465-6661 Donuts for Every Occasion 24 VARIETIES 1117 Milton Road WE DELIVER WISEMAN, INC. Plumbing and Heating Supplies Home Modernization Center 1718 Washington Ave. Alton, III. PHONE 462-9294 Second Store Located at 323 Belle St. Alton, III. 1200 E. Broadway Alton, Illinois Congratulations to the Class of 1966 ALTON PLAZA BARBER SHOP 1820 E. Broadway 465-1352 Complete Barber ServiceALTON LAUNDRY 4 Convenient Locations or Phone 465-8877 909 E. Broadway 26 Elm St. 2012 State St. 436 N. Wood River Ave. Welcome To FLOSS 5-10 STORES Alton's Most Complete 5-10 Store 2526-28 State Street Alton, III. Phone 465-3213 PATTERNS—FABRICS—NOTIONS—SCHOOL SUPPLIES—HOBBIES POSTAL MONEY ORDERS—PUBLIC PHONE GINTER-WARDEIN COMPANY D R Y 81 Henry Street L Alton, Illinois U 465-3588 M B E R 281GROVE DELICATESSEN The Little Red Store 800 Milton Rd. Phone 462-5297 Alton, Illinois CROWN FIXTURE SUPPLY CO., INC PHONE . . . 465-5503 Front and George Sts. Alton, III. Restaurant, Janitor Supplies, Fixtures TED'S GROCERY 502 Milton Road Groceries and Meats Open Sundays and Holidays PETERS GIFT SHOP Greeting Cards and Gifts Phone 462-4611 2510 College Avenue Alton, Illinois Congratulations CHILDERS' MARKET 701 Sering Avenue Choice Meats Lew Gilbert's L L FURNITURE INCORPORATION West Fourth at Piasa Alton 465-7776 "We Salute the Cifaens of Tomorrow"Best Wishes to the Class of 1966 SMITH FUNERAL HOMES ALTON BETHALTO WOOD RIVER 283 ALTON COCA-COLA BOTTLING COMPANYTHRIFT LUMBER AND HARDWARE COMPANY 500 Belle St. Alton, Illinois Phone 465-5568 Compliments of W. C. BEISER CONCRETE COMPANY PRES' BAKERY AND MARKET 1625 Washington Avenue OPEN EVERY DAY 7 A.M. TO 11 P.M. 465-9870 Alton, Illinois SEAGO'S CONOCO SERVICE 3410 College Avenue «■»»! PRES'Bs'kenfMarW; | w MEATS OPEN7AM toIIPM DAILY { DRUGS CANHAM SHEET METAL CORP. 1480 Pearl Street Alton, Illinois 462-0614 fm Compliments of COLONIAL BAKING COMPANY Alton, Illinois 284y BANK a TRUST COMPANY IN ALTON Capital and Surplus $2,500,000.00 Third and Belle Streets Alton, Illinois Member Federal Reserve System Member Federal Deposit Insurance CorporationCongratulations 3475 HUMBERT ROAD Company, Inc. ALTON. ILLINOIS WELL'S TIRE COMPANY Goodyear Tires and Tubes Goodyear Batteries—Vulcanizing TELEPHONE 462-9284 833 East Broadway (at Oak) MILTON ROAD BARBER SHOP 1124 Milton Road BILLIE J. WOOTEN Proprietor Specializing in Flat-tops Children's Hair Cuts Compliments of Business 465-2501 Residence 462-4105 CARL PRICE AGENCY Insurance of All Kinds Central at Union Alton, Illinois DE LUXE CAFE Phone 462-8514 2519 College Avenue Open 6 AM.—7:30 P.M. Daily Specializing in Good Food and Courteous Service Try our fried chicken, none better Property of MR. AND MRS. R. W. BROWN 286 YAEGER SON Commercial Refrigeration Air Conditioning Service 2406 Belle Street Telephone 462-2178MISSINGSTANDARD SERVICE JOHN S. PAYNE DON PETERS THE GIFT NOOK 318 Belle Alton, III. 462-8220 Hallmark Cards and Gifts 941 College Avenue ACME 32 LANES 329 East Broadway Alton, Illinois CONGRATULATIONS TO THE CLASS OF '66 MARTIN SALES SERVICE 2514 Merchant St. Alton 462-8522 (Formerly Upper Alton Post Office) Your Dealer for RCA WHIRLPOOL APPLIANCES CHRYSLER AIRTEMP HEATING AND AIR CONDITIONING Congratulations From Mom and Pop Massie DAIRY QUEEN STORES 1808 Washington Upper Alton 131 Wood River Wood River 113 St. Louis East Alton Serving Those Delicious Dairy Queen Sundaes, Malts, Shakes, Banana ‘Splits, and Other Taste Treats Sandwiches and Soft Drinks Best Wishes to the Class of '66 290 The Home of the Treat With the Curl on Top MORROW-QUINN MORTUARYBest Wishes to the Class of '66 From BURGER CHEF C. B. NEUDECKER INC. Compliments of CITY FUEL SUPPLY COMPANY Lathing, Plastering and Acoustical Tile Contractors INCORPORATED ED MOOK'S GLASS AND ART CENTER 808 Arch Alton, Illinois 629 Ridge Artist Supplies Glass for Any Purpose 291Congratulations and Best Wishes HARRY F. HEMPHILL AGENCY 30 Years—Alton—Wood River Leader in Real Estate Sales 292Foot of Ridge St. Alton, Illinois Godfrey, Illinois 466-3431 ST. PETERS ELECTRIC AND HARDWARE Household Supplies—Appliances Plumbing Supplies Complete Line of Kyanize Paints and Varnishes 2502 State Street DIAL 465-8931 GISSLER SHOE REPAIRING Compliments of DRY CLEANING HERB WALLER 462-4711 911 Milton Road Alton, Illinois INSURANCE AGENCY 45 min. dry cleaning service 2618 State St., Alton coin-op type dry cleaning Phone 466-2276 attendant on duty—no waiting AUTO—FIRE—LIFE front door free parking 293Compliments Wyatt E. Dodson Your Monumental Life Underwriter 259-2578 CLARK BOAT MOTOR Repair Service Mercury Motors Glasspar Boats Sterling Boat Trailers Mercruiser Inboard—Outboard Water Skis Marine Supplies Free Winter Motor Storage Parts and Repairs for All Makes 313 W. St. Louis Avenue Phone: 618-259-8712 East Alton, Illinois 62024 Alton Wood River New Car Auto Dealers 294NATHAN MARCUS Exclusive Shop For Women Eastga+e Plaza and Edwardsville East Alton, Illinois BUCK'S Paint and Floor Covering Store CHARLES M. BUCK Armstrong Linoleum and Tile O'Brien Paints 655 East Broadway CALL 465-2581 CONGRATULATIONS AND BEST WISHES To the Class of '66 MAPLE OIL COMPANY INC. 555 St. Louis Avenue East Alton [i nJ 1 e r 1656 Washington Ave. Eastgate Shopping Center Alton, Illinois East Alton, Illinois Phone 465-6131 Phone 254-1223 ELM STREET GULF SERVICE 234 Elm Street Alton, Illinois Tune-up—Brake and Muffler Service Tires—Batteries—Accessories—Lubrication HERB AND GARY LOVE SHOW ROOM 1636 MAIN STREET ALTON. ILLINOIS SUPERIOR INTERIORS, INC. Carpets—Custom Drapes Furniture We Give Eagle Stamps DONALD L. GRAVES PHONE- 465-2525 OWNER-SALESMAN muiNb. 46b Congratulations and Best Wishes for Success to the 1966 Graduating Class of Alton Senior High School ALTON BOX BOARD COMPANYJUN SHELL SERVICE State Logan Sts. Phone 465-9511 Compliments of Ted Price Real Estate Agency 601 E. Broadway Phone 462-0624 465-1313 Residential—Commercial—Industrial ELM STREET MARKET, INC FINE MEATS AND PRODUCE JOURDAIN ROOFING CO. Quality Roofing 293 E. Elm Alton, Illinois GENERAL CONTRACTORS BUILDERS J. C. Wohnlich and Son TELEPHONES: OFFICE 466-2500 HOME 466-2594 4808 Seine Dr., Godfrey, III. EMPLOYMENT "Where the Best Employer Meets the Best Employee" GREATER ALTON EMPLOYMENT SERVICE HELEN M. GRAVES—Personnel Counselor and Owner Personalized Service for Men and Women OFFICE—TECHNICAL-CLERICAL INDUSTRIAL AND SALES MANAGEMENT TRAINEES Call 462-0121 ACROSS STREET FROM SEARS 300 Piasa Alton BOB JOURDAIN PHONE Manager 465-4245 RALPH LUKEN We sell—rent—trade finance Real Estate Loans of all kinds up to $7500 Invest here—Earn 6% Phone 465-7778 303 State—Alton 297compliments of ALTON-WOOD RIVER NEW CAR DEALERS ASSOCIATION Albrecht Chevrolet Inc. Barnett Motor Co. Inc. Wally Berger Buick Inc. Cordes Motor Co. Chuck Diering Ford Sales Inc. Herr Pontiac Buick Inc. Hoefert Bros. Inc. Hutton Ford Inc. Lee Klein Cadillac Inc. Laughlin-Miles Lincoln Mercury, Inc. National Gould Auto Parts Co. Quality Pontiac Inc. Ray Cordes Motor Co. Reilley Bros. Inc. Roberts Motor Inc. Stuart Motors Inc. Trotter Motor Co., Inc. Walz Motor Co. Doak Dodge Edwardsville Rd. Wood River 2715 E. Broadway Alton 927 E. Broadway Alton 2350 State Alton 1400 E. Broadway Alton 473 N. Wood River Wood River 801 E. Broadway Alton 315 N. Wood River Wood River 1610 E. Broadway Alton 1430 E. Broadway Alton 510 Belle Alton 2726 E. Broadway Alton Edwardsville Road and Whitelaw Wood River 912 E. Broadway Alton 1862 E. Broadway Alton 316 E. Ferguson Wood River 49 E. Edwardsville Road Wood River 1000 E. Broadway Alton 251 E. Airline Drive E. Alton 298Air Conditioned "For the Best in Food" mid towM 7th and Central Alton, III. PHONE 465-1321 Fried Chicken—Our Specialty Visit Our Dining Room LOANS FINANCING NOR-STATE FINANCE COMPANY 2520 State Street Alton, Illinois CONGRATULATIONS CLASS OF '66 VOGELSANGS NORTH SIDE SHELL State and Mather North Alton L. G. ROPER TELEPHONE Manager 462-9795 Z iner CLEANERS Dial 462-1911 CURTAINS • DRAPES . CHAIR COVERS . VAULT STORAGE 2501 State Street Alton, Illinois For the Brands You Know BARRETT SHEET METAL Heating, Cooling, Sheet Metal Work 327 State Street Alton, Illinois Men s Wear 630 East Broadway Phone 462-7327 299ACME VENDORS 812 Belle Street Alton, Illinois 465-1331 Our Alton High School Snack Bar Serviced and Supplied bySfenUvt Ikdfy Ackman, Roy—46, 149. Albers, Ruth—46, 135, 147. Albrecht, Robert—46, 139, 149. Aldrich, Harry—46. Alexander, Lester—46, 123, 202. Alexander, Sandra—46, 119, 124, 160, 168, 176. Allen, Camille—46, 137, 145. Allen, Dorothy—46, 134, 152. Allen, Samuel—46, 139-Allton, Kathleen—46, 158, 168. Altermott, Larry—46, 157, 168. Anschuetz, Elizabeth—46, 119, 253. Anton, William—46. Armstead, Gerald—46. Armstrong, Donald—46, 123, 202. Armstrong, Louis—47. Arst, Tamara—47, 119, 124, 126, 253. Aughenbaugh, Deanna—47, 138. Austwick, Jerry—47, 123, 188. Autery, Cathy—47, 137, 143, 176. Baehler, Charles—47. Bailey, Judy—47, 114, 197. Baird, Charles—47, 158, 162, 164. 168. Baker, Jacqueline—47, 136. Baldwin, F.ugene—47, 113, 120, 126, 176. Ball, Betty—47, 162, 253. Ball hurst, Steve—47. Bardolph, Marian—47, 126, 153. Barker, Anita—47. Barocca, John—47. Baseden, Richard—48, 123, 202. Bassford, Cynthia—48 Bauscr, Kenneth—48. Baxter, Patricia—48, 138. Bayer, Joyce—48, 146. Bazzell, David—48, 123, 149, 188, 202. Bean, William—48. Bear, Philip—48, 119, 126, 157, 158, 168. Beck, Donna—48, 113, 126, 176. Bcdwill, Carla—48, 119, 136, 168, 170. Beeler, Janice—48, 119. Beemer, Bob—48. Beiser, Jane—48, 119, 143, 253. Bemis, Gerald—48, 149-Bentley, Betty—48, 160. Beran, Joe—49. Berghoff, John R.—49. Berry, George—49. Beuttel, Leon- -49, 144. Bierbaum, Martha- 49, 253. Billings, Karen—49. Bizaillion, James—49. Black, James- 49. Blackard, Sheila—49. Blackford, Lindell—49. Block, Diane—49. Bock, Richard—49. Bolton, Melvin—49. Boomer, Randall—49. Boomcrshine, Linda—49, 177. Bornes, Karon—50. Bornes, Sharon—50. Boschcrt, Cathy—50, 119, 177. Bowling Charles—50, 123, 182, 202. Boyd, Ralph—50, 147. Bracht, Robert—50. Bradley, Mike- -50. Bramhall, Jason—50, 119 Brandel, John—50. Bregenzer, Diane—50. Brennan, Patrick--50, 119. Bridges, Judith—50, 138. Brinkman, Dennis—50, 149, 253. Brown, Alberta—50, 135, 176. Brown, Bonnie—50, 135, 136. Brown, Helen—51, 137, 153. Brown, Larry—51. Brown, Melodie—51, 162, 164, 168. 171. Bruce, Diane—51. Bruce, Richard—51. Bnjnnworth, Richard—51, 149. Bruns, Terry—51. Bryan, David—51, 113, 119, 176, 252. Buchanan, L. Wayne—51. Buchanan, Terry—51. Buerkle, John—51, 113, 119, 120, 126, 153, 158, 166, 167, 168. Buese, Mary—51. Bund, Elizabeth—51. Bunsc, Leslie—51, 139, 146. Burns, Linda—51, 136. Burress, Martha—52, 153, 253. Burt, Sandra—52, 160, 168, 170. Burton, Willie—52. Bury, Mark—52. Bush, Anna—52. Bush, Diana—52, 120, 176. Buttry, Kenneth—52, 139. Caldwell, Joseph—52. Caldwell, Mary—52, 134. Calvey, Michele—52. Calvin, Margaret—52. Campagna, Eric—52, 193. Campbell, James—52, 206. Cannon, Emily—52, 120, 124, 176. Cannon, George—52, 140. Carroll, Glen—53, 123, 204. Carroll, Jo Anne—53, 136, 176. Casey, Ezra—53, 119, 160. Castle, Sandy—53. Cherry, Janet—53, 152, 176. Chester, Art—53. Childers, James—53, 119, 140. Chiolcro, Tom—53, 123, 153, 202. Cicigoi, Joyce—53, 119, 253-Clark, David—53. Clark, Gary—53, 160, 188. Clark, Percy—53, 123, 160, 182, 204. Clausen, Dolores—53, 119, 137, 176. Clausen, Thomas—53, 158, 168. Clifton, Sudie—$3, 135. Cline, Sandra—54. Clugsten, Joseph—54. Coffee, Martha—54, 134, 135, 143, 152, 176. Coleman, Kathleen—54. Conner, Donna—54, 162, l68, 171. Conrad, Barbara—54, 136. Conrad, Ronald—54, 140. Cooke, Pauline—54, 119, 139-Cooke, Tom—54. Cope, Deborah—54. Cope, Sharon—54, 153, 253. Crader, Carroll—54, 153, 253 Crader, Judith—54, 153, 177. Crain, Bil—54, 202. Creamer, Roberta—54, 119, 126, 153, 176. Crews, Ken—55, 141. Crivello, Marsha—55, 126, 137, 152. Crouch, Patricia—55, 119, 143, 150, 176. 253. Crowe, Chris—55. Cunningham, Mary—55. Cunningham, Rose—55, 139. Cunningham, Tom—55. Curran, Sheila—55, 136. Currins, Steve—55, 119, 123, 158, 182, 204. Czichos, Ronny—55. Daech, James—55, 144, 150, 182. Darnell, Robin—55. Davey, Bernard—55. Davidson, Melva—55, 135. Davis, Frances—55, 176. Davis, Robert—56. Davis, Sheila—56, 119, 162, 168, 171. Dawson, Janice—56, 134, 152, 158, 168. Deal, Sandra—56. Deck, Rick—56. Deeder, Brenda—56. Dehner, Thomas—56, 176. Deisher, Gary—56. Delano, Jay—56. Deroy, Marlene—56, 119. Dickson, Verna Jo—56, 113, 126, 149, 158, 167, 168, 170, 253. Dilley, Mary—56. Dingeldein, Kathy—56, 119, 126, 162, 164, 253. Downs, Janet—56. Drainer, Linda—56. DuCommun, Carol—57, 177, 253. Duggan, Marjorie—57, 146, 117. Dumey, Robert—57, 149. Duncan, Paul—57. Dunnagan, Larry—57, 140, 253. Dunston, Joan—57. Ealey, Ron—57, 123, 188. Edsall, Shirley—57, 136: Edwards, Michael—57. Ellington, Thomas—57, 149. Elliott, Regina—57. Elliott, Sandra—57, 138. Elliott, William—57. Elrod, Karon—57, 135. Ely, Marilyn—57, 138. Emde, Harold—58. Erbe, Michael—58, 162. Evans, Tollie—58. Felkey, Linda—58, 119-Ferguson, Pamela—58, 115, 197, 254. Feuquay, Joan—58, 119, 138. Fischer, J. Tom—58, 123, 202. Fischer, Thomas—58, 124. Fisher, Larry'—58. Fisk, Douglas—58, 123, 202. Fitch, Connie—58, 136. Fitch, Lyndell—58. Fleming, Marilyn—58, 135, 146. Fleming, William—58. Fletcher, Terrell—58, 149, 176. Forrester, Gary—59, 139. 301Franklin, Stephen—59. Frazier, Arnold—59-French, Darlene—59, 138. Frohock, Jean—59, 138. Frost, Beverly—59, 146. Fullagar, David—59. Galloway, Doris—59-Gallup, Charles—59, 141. Ganter, Bruce—59, 119. Gamer, Dan—59, 113, 153, 176. Garrels, Julia—59, 120, 126, 162. Gates, Harold—59, 120, 157, 158, 168. Gaylord, Gregory—59-Gehrke, Marilyn—59, 119, 142. Geisen, Linda—60. Georgevits, Kathleen—60. Giggs, Richard—60. Giberson, Ned—60, 123, 202-Gibson, Joe—60. Gill, Maurice—60. Gillian, Donald—60. Gillson, Terry—60, 139. Glaeser, James—60, 123, 182. Gleason, Dianna—60. Glen, Carole—60. Gobble, Jeanette—60, 134. Goltz, Cheryl—60, 119, 153, 176. Gooley, Betty—60, 134. Grace, Ronald—60. Grant, Larry—61, 139-Gray, Richard—61. Graziana, Barbara—61, 138, 254. Greeling, Billie—61, 140. Green, Glenda—6l, 119, 254. Green, Ronald—61, 149, 158, 168. Greenwell, Margie—6l. Greenwell, Rita—61. Greer, Paula—6l. Grenzebach, Sandra—61, 176. Gresham, Bob—61. Griggs, Joyce—61, 136. Grimes, Lawrence—6l. Grizzle, John—61, 123, 202. Groppel, Judy—61, 119, 135, 153, 176. Gruver, Robert—62, 123, 188, 202, 206. Halley, Margaret—62, 119, 143, 153. Hollows, Herbert—62. Halm, David—62. Hamberg, Stephen—62. Hamby, Barbara—62. Hand, James—62. Hannebaum, William—62. Hard, Clifford—62, 119, 123, 188. Hardin, Cynthia—62, 136, 177. Harris, Betsy—62, 119, 254. Harris, Betty—62. Harris, Marsha—62, 135. Hausman, John—62. Hausman, Kevin—62. Hawkins, Cecelia—63, 119, 124, 162, 177. Hawkins, Paul—63. Haynes, Alice—63, 138. Hazelton, Richard—63, 113, 126, 150, 152, 177. Head, Tammy—63, 158, 162, 164, 168. Hefley, Donna—63. Heiens, Jill—63. Heindricks, Dan—63. Hell rung, Kermit—63. Hellrung, Larry—63. Henderson, Gary—63. Henderson, Joyce—63, 152, 176. Henderson, Richard—63, 176, 182, 202. Henderson, Stephen—63, 119, 123, 176, 188, 202. Hickman, Russell—63. Hiller, D. Sheryl—64, 176. Hindelang, Richard—64. Hoering, James—64. Holder, Sharon—64, 136. Holliday, Clarence—64. Holman, Georgia—64, 134. Honke, Dennis—64. Hopkins, Paula—64, 119. Hornsey, Terry—64, 126, 152. Huber, Kirk—64. Huerner, Jacqueline—64, 119, 162, 164, 254. Huffstutler, Dennis—64. Hughey, Paula—64, 134, 138. Hull, Linda—64, 139. Hummel, Gary—64, 140. Hunt, Bernice—65. Hyndman, Alice—65. Hyndman, Sheila—65, 158, 168, 171, 17 6. Ingram, Rodney—65. Irvine, David—65, 119. Ishmael, Linda—65, 134, 176. Jackson, Glen—65, 177. Jackson, Linda—65. Jacobson, Paul—65. Jarosewycz, Peter—65, 119-Jarret, Bob-—65. Jemison, Gloria—65, 135. Jenkins, Mac—65. Jockisch, Dennis—65. Joehl, Raymond—65, 119, 123, 202, 254. Johnson, Adele—66, 119, 176, 254. Johnson, Denny—66. Johnson, Kenneth—66 , 119, 123, 182, 202. Johnson, Sheryl—66, 176. Jones, Clyde—66, 123, 188. Jones, Deborah—66, 119, 126, 143. Jones, Johnny—66. Jones, Pearlie—66. Jones, Wayne—66, 139. Jordan, Arthur—66, 139. Jordan, Byron—66, 139, 177.-Joyce, Cynthia—66. Joyce, Mar '—66. Kaizer, Stanley—66. Karns, Ronald—66, 160. Katelinek, Susan—67, 176. Kauble, Ken—67. Kauble, Richard—67, 160. Kauffold, Barbara—67. Kauffold, Mike—67. Kaus, Cynthia—67, 176. Keane, Patricia—67, 119, 145. Kelly, Barbara—67, 136. Kelly, Peggy—67, 177. Keltic, Brenda—67. Kennedy, Daniel- 67, 123, 188, 202. Kennedy, Sandra—67. Kennedy, Sharyn—67, 135, 177. Kennedy, Stanley—67. Kessinger, Steven—67. Kessler, Carol—68, 135. Kidwell, Edward—68, 123. Kimbro, Sally—68. King, Roberta—68, 135. King, Wayne—68. Kingery, Pamela—68, 254. Kitzmiller, Gary—68. Klopfer, Michael—68. Knight, John—68, 182. Knoche, Wanda—68. Kochersperger, Paula—68, 254. Kodros, James—45, 68, 113, 119, 123, 176, 202. 254. Komlos, Elisabeth—68, 119, 124, 142, 152, 254. Koshinske, Carol—68, 177. Kozicky, Sarah—68, 137, 254. Kreitner, Danny—69, 113, 168. Kuhn, John—69. Kunz, Edward—69, 149. Lafikes, James—69. Laird, Dana—69. Lambrich, Judith—69, 135, 137. Lammers, Fredrick—69, 126, 254. Lamparter, Ed—69. Landreth, Barbara—69, 119. Landreth, Patricia—69, 136. Lange, Tom—69, 119, 157, 158, 168. Langley, Gary—69. LaPinta, Angela—69, 134. Laslie, David—69. Lawrence, Richard—69, 142. Leadicker, Karen—70, 160. Lea veil, Ralph—70. Ledford, Lavonda—70. Ledingham, Stuart—70, 113, 119, 153, 158, 254. Leible, Pamela—70, 134, 138, 158, 168. LeMay, Janet—70, 134, 138. Lenhardt, Bruce—70, 119, 148, 149. Leone, George—70. Lewis, Patricia—70, 146. Lewis, Sue Ann—70. Lewis, Susan Dale—70, 140, 254. Liebheit, Nancy—70, 254. Lindsey, James—70. Linenfelser, Larry—70, 141. Lippincott, Sherrill—70, 151. Littleton, Fred—71, 140. Lock E. David—71, 149. Locke, John—71. Lofts, Mary—71, 138. Logan, Paula—71, 158, 255. Lorsbach, Harry—71, 119. Lorsbach, Larry—71, 119-Losch, Susie—71. Luecht, Richard—71, 123, 188. Lyon, Terry—71, 192. McBride, Harold—71. McCahill, Myles—71, 120. McCaskill, Matt—71. McCIusky, Robert—71, 119. McCormick, Sherry—71, 138, 177. McCormick, Thomas—72. McCourtney, Kara—72, 140, 255. McDonald, Mark—72. McKee, Luke—72. McKee, Wilbur—72, 139. McLagan, John—72, 192. McLaughlin, James—72, 255 McManis, Clifford—72, 141. McMullen, Paul—72. McPhail, Ruth—72, 137, 255. Macias, Joe—72. Maddox, William—72 Madison, Paul—72, 119, 126, 142, 151. Magilson, Patrick—72. Malson, Russell—72. Maneke, Suzanne—73, 158, 168. Manley, Terry—73, 160. 302March, Cathy—73, 126, 135. Marks, Robert—73, 177. Marsh, Jean—73. Martin, Dennis—73. Mary, Grade—73, 119. Massalone, Joseph—73, 177. Massie, Gladys—73, 152. Matlock, John—73. Maul, Fred—73. Maxeiner, Sharon—73, 134. May, Denny—73. Meara, Gertrude—73, 119, 255. Mearsch, Linda—73, 119. Meeker, Rosamond—74, 143. Meister, Stanley—74. Melcher, Shirley—74, 135. Melton, Paula—74, 158, 168. Meyer, Wilson—74, 176. Middendorf, Joseph—74, 139, 193. Mikules, Mike—74, 148. Miller, Gary—74 Miller, Karen—74, 138. Miller, Mike—74. Miller, Norman—74. Miller, Ray—74. Miller, Thomas—74. Milligan, Linda—74, 136. Mills, Floyd—74, 151, 176. Mink, Gregory—75, 119. Mintert, Dennis—75, 141. Mitchell, Earl—75, 158, 206. Monahan, Mike—75, 113, 1£3, 192, 255. Monical, Carole—75. Monroe, Diane—75, 136. Moore, Pat—75. Moore, Randall—75, 113 119, 126, 153, 158, 168, 255. Moore, Stephen—75, 141, 255. Moore, Suzanne—75, 126, 153-Morgan, Brenda—75, 139. Mormino, Joseph—75. Morris, Michael—75, 182. Morris, Stephen—75, 158, 168, 188. Morton, Gary—75. Moss, Alan—76, 157, 158, 168. Muirhead, Margaret—76. Mundy, Sally—76, 138. Munson, Harry—76, 123, 188. Musgray, Claraneice—76, 177. Musgrove, Nijel—76, 142. Myers, Robert—76. Nailor, Oscar—76, 176. Nelson, Janet—76. Newman, Carolyn—76, 115, 119, 197, 255. Nicholas, Barbara—76. Nicholson, Richard—76. Noe, Phillip—76, 140. Norris, Frances—76. North, John—76, 157, 158, 168. O’Dell, James—77, 119, 148, 149-O’Donnell, Patricia—77, 120, 143, 153, 158. Ohley, James—77. Ohley, Steve—77. Oleson, Rose—77, 135, 160. Oliver, Patricia—77, 134. O’Neill, Patricia—77. Oseland, James—77, 119. Ostendorph, Daniel—77, 150. Ott, Carl—77, 119. Page, Jo—77, 176. Parish, Charles—77. Patterson, Sandy—77, 115, 197, 255. Patterson, Toni—77. Paul, Don—7, 119, 158, 168. Paul, Robert—78. Payne, Melinda—78, 137, 147, 158, 168. Perkins, Edna—78. Perkins, Joseph—78. Peters, Cathy—78. Peterson, William—78. Phillips, Eva—78, 135. Phillips, Karen—78, 138. Phipps, James—78, 134. Pierce, John—78, 119, 126, 157, 158, 162, 168. Pitts, Bernard—78, 123, 206. Pitts, Rodney—78, 160. Pohlman, Mary'—78. Poindexter, Guy—78, 139. Pointer, Donald—78, 113, 177. Poston, Alice—79, 138. Price, Ronnie—79. Puckett, Parthcnia—79, 144. Pyle, Robert—79. Rain, John—79, 113, 123, 176, 188, 255. Ralph, Diane—79, 135. Ramsey, Mike—79-Randol, Robert—79. Rauhe, Frank—79- Ray, Patricia—79, 135, 137, 177. Ray, Ron—79. Redd, Michael—79, 119. Reeve, Jerry—79, 141. Reno, Sherry—79, 147. Rich, Linda—79, 137, 151. Richey, Cheryl—80, 255. Rigdon, Iona—80. Robbins, Mary—80, 177. Robinson, Janice—80. Robinson, Robert—80. Roglis, Richard—80, 113, 124, 255. Rolla, Pete—80. Romo, Anthony—80. Rosenberg, Richard—80, 119, 158. Rothaug, Robert—80. Russell, Linda—80, 153. Ruyle, Ann—80, 162, 168, 171. Sanders, Gary—80, 123, 188. Sanders, Nehemiah—80. Sawyer, Tom—80. Schaefer, Vera—81, 139. Schaffner, Larry—81, 149. Schaller, Steve—81, 119. Schlosser, Judy—81, 119, 124, 142, 255. Schmidt, Gayle—81, 119, 252. Schneider, Barbara—81, 137, 177. Schneider, Michael—81, 123. Schreibcr, Janice—81, 138. Schwartz, Terry—81, 113, 123. Schwartzbeck, Linda—81, 138. Schwartzbcck, Loretta—81, 144. Scoggins, Michael—81, 147, 153-Scyoc, Joe—81. Seago, Beverly—81. Seago, Mary—81, 176, 255. Seal, Lenny—82. Searles, Roger—82. Segraves, Shtila—82, 137. Seiler, Barry—82, 140. Sekerke, Catherine—82, 137. Sexton, Vickie—82, 136, 176. Shafer, Barbara—82, 134. Shaw, Donna—82. Shaw, James—82. Shaw, Ranae—82. Shelton, Barbara—82, 119-Shepperd, Charlotte—82. Shiff, Melody—82, 119, 126. Shobe, Ted—82, 123, 182, 202. Short, Carol—82. Short, Herbert—83. Shumway, William—83, 139. Simmons, Craig—83. Simmons, Luther—83, 119-Sims, Robert—83. Slack, Lavern—83, 145. Slagley, Charles—83, 119. Slaughter, Don—83. Smith, Maxine—83, 138. Snyder, Mary'—83, 176. Spiller, Carlos—83, 120, 153. Spooner, Rodney—83, 206. Springer, Charles—83, 123, 204. Staehle, Janet—83, 143, 158, 255. Staggs, May—83. Starkey, Delilah—84, 134, 176. Stauder, David—84, 157, 158, 168. Stauffer, Lloyd—84, 157, 158, 168. Steele, James—84, 140. Steiger, Kathleen—84. Steiner, Kim—8 1, 119, 149, 150. Steinman, Bruce—84, 123, 157, 158, 162, 168, 192. Stewart, Perry—84. Stewart, Sandra—84. Stiritz, Bernard—84, 149. Stiritz, Linda—84. Stobbs, Sandra—84, 126, 143, 177, 197. Stockard, Lavada—84, 145, 146. Stolze, Carol—84, 119, 138. Stolze, Penny—84, 119, 177. Strader, Terry—85. Strickland, David—85. Sturdevant, Daniel—85. Summers, Robert—85. Sundberg, Kenneth—85, 141. Tate, Bettye—85. Taul, Helen—85. Taul, Marvin—85, 149, 204. Taylor, Carole—85, 138. Taylor, Evelyn—85. Taylor, George—85, 160, 168. Taylor, Georgia—85. Thomas, Thomas—85, 92, 119, 182, 256. Thompson, Charles—85. Thompson, Mary—85, 113, 119, 124, 126, 256. Thompson, Maurice—86. Titus, Pat—86, 120, 153, 176. Tolbert, Charles—86, 177. Tolle, Shelia—86, 136. Tonkinson, Theodora—86, 113, 119, 126, 152, 176, 256. Tovo, Mike—86. Turk, Colette—86, 119, 176, 256. Tutt, Valorie—86, 124, 177, 256. Ulmet, Deanna—86, 119, 143. Ursch, Marcella—86, 134. Vandiver, Gerald—86. Van Hook, John—86, 123, 124, 193-Veltum, James—86, 123, 188. Ventimiglia, Anthony—86, 152. Vinson, Loretta—86. Voege, Suzanne—87, 126, 143, 153, 256. Volger, Mark—87. Voumard, Sharon—87, 176. Wade, Maurine—87, 120, 126, 143. Waggoner, Barbara—87, 135, 176. Waggoner, Ronald—87. Walker, Carl—87. Walker, Robert—87. Walker, Terry—87, 139. 303Wallendorff, Joe—87, 177. Walston, Larry—87. Walter, Ray—87, 140. Walter, Richard—87. Walton, Nancy—87, 139-Ward, Ray—87. Ward, Stephanie—88. Warner, Dean—88. Warner, Nancy—8, 136. Washpun, Gregory—88. Watkins, Dennis—88, i77. Watson, Charles—88. Watts, Darlene—88, 160, 197. Weaver, Howard—88, 123, 188. Webb, Martha—88, 119, 158, 168, 252. Weber, Frank—88, 141. Weber, Linda—88. Wcdig, Joe—88. Weeks, Dennis—88. Wehrle, Roger—88. Wells, William—88. Wetzstein, Sandy—89. White, Lynoria—89. Whited, Edward—89, 149, 158, 168. Whitley, Susan—89-Whitten, Fredrick—89. Whitten, Robert—89, 140. Whycrs, Marion—89, 120, 202. Whyte, Billie—89. Williams, Barbara—89, 143-Williams, Deborah—89, 177. Williams, Gary—89, 139. Williams, Warren—89-Williamson, Cathryn—89-Willings, Carol—89, 119. Wilson, Glenda—89, 140, 177. Wilson, Jim—90. Wilson, Linda—90, 119, 162, 168, 171. Witcher, Karole—90, 120. Wittman, Daniel—90. Wittman, David—90. Wohlert, Roberta—90. Woods, Mary—90, 135, 176. Wright, John—90. Wright, Kenny—90, 140. Wuellner, Kris—90. Wyatt, David—90. Yancey, Robert—90, 142. Young, Mary'—90, 115, 119, 196, 212, 256. Youngberg, James—90, 193-Zeidler, Marcia—90, 176. Zimmerman, Betsy—91, 135. Zimmerman, Larry—91. Mr. E. M. Leamon, Assistant Superintendent of Schools; Mr. G. C. Davis, Principal; Mrs. Virginia Kranz, Secretary; Mr. Danny La Tempt, Data Processing Supervisor. The new I.B.M. installation, pictured above, is the unit record equipment used by Alton Senior High School in the performance of the various duties of student accounting. The principle function of this mechanism is the scheduling of students’ programs. This task includes production of the eight-card enrollment replacement report and a master census of student schedules. 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