Bayless High School - Oracle Yearbook (St Louis, MO)
- Class of 1967
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These prophets, with their mystic powers,
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Their visions brought the answer to man's eternal question,
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Now, the Oracles exist no more, '
lost with his dust is the power of prevision. .
Yet, Man, unaided still gropes for the future, I ,
and occasionally catches a glimpse of his meaning will I qi!
through the hazy mirror ofthe past.
As students, we, too search for our destinies. K r ,
And with the search comes the desperate quest
for a word, a look, a movement which might reveal if
o fate lying ready at our feet. H
The Oracle, 'I967 is your past, look hard at its pages.
Remember each moment of your life,
and perhaps if that moment is perfect,
You will see a Vision of the Future.
CLASSES .... . . .
ATHLETICS ....... . . .
ACTIVITIES ..... . . . I I6
Students crowd Qhe cafeteria as Qhey fill their lunch trays wiih a familiar entree-
A Vision of Leisure
Ray Kreurz naps peacefully in c library siudy hail.
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Mrs. Elmore, Mr. Stout, Mr. Knackstedt, and Mr. Williams find relaxation in the teacher's room.
The fatiguing pressures of
everyday school life go on incessantly,
tensions mount, tempers flare,
nerves stretch to the breaking point.
Teachers and students plan their time
praying fora moment of leisure,
a moment to relax.
For teachers that moment may come
as they enter the hazy faculty lounge.
Here members can talk quietly,
sip a Coke, or simply relax,
away from the noisy hustle of activity
that goes on outside the door.
For students, the moment may occur
in a boring class,
where a soft chair or ci handy desk
lends itself well to a short nap.
Whether the time is lunch-hour,
before school, or between classes,
each of us needs his moment of rest,
a time to refresh and renew.
So we linger in the shadow of activity, xx
hesitating for a second,
hoping that in some secluded corner
we will see A Vision of Leisure.
Junior, Kathy Lauis, finds enioyment in reading
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Mr Busch and Mr svw exploan fo the Senior high swaem one of flwe many perplexing problems of chemis-
rfy, dmmfng aceric acid and Checking Us bonmg point
Sludenvs snuggwe an comprehend solmiom in mcvh as Mr. Williams explains G 'rig pmblem.
The flight of mon's life is determined
by his quest for knowledge.
Under the influence of the humanities
man learns of his past as well as ofthe present.
Comprehending math and science gives man
a general conception of the future
which can be applied to his foundation of education.
Through the teaching ofthe practical arts,
home economics, shop, typing, man learns
much to aid him in his future occupation,
Physical education not only strengthens the body,
but also helps to develop man mentally
through group and individual relationships.
Education is the foundation for man's knowledge,
but the real key to activities and accomplishments
is man's own experience.
Our accomplishments will bloom from
our past perception of knowledge.
Fulfillment of the future will be seen
through A Vision of Learning.
The rhythmic beat of the drum brings coordination and poise to BHS girls os they
do modern dance exercises.
Bob Woods and Pam Dowd learn as they searc
and discover in the library.
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Spirited rumors, Pam Neff, Gail Erehenberger, Debbie Marshall, and Mertiri- Here these Students defend their pletferme ee they Seek
Dennis Moore, pefrifipme in Student Body Forums, mangled by Jam eleevierv of Student body president ter the '67-'65 wheel veer-
As the year begins
school spirit awaits
a new master.
Seniors bring with them
memories that rekindle spirit
in their last year at BHS.
Juniors, anticipating their
promotion to senior status,
foresee a chance to cultivate
leadership that they will need
in the following year.
Though, new to the ways
ofthe Senior High,
Sophomores try to ignite spirit
for future races.
Thus, each year begins,
and thus, each year ends:
the seniors leave sadly,
and the iuniors rise triumphantly,
and the sophomores pledge
But within each heart lurks
a tender place for Bayless
and every student looks farward,
hoping to recognize
A Vision of Spirit.
Seniors devote their alter school hours to decorate for Senior Day during
School Spirit Week.
Siudenf body cheers Bronchos onward as they score 2 for Bayless.
A Vision of Spirit
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Preparing for their Hrs! class-sponsored dance
sophomores string sirecmers in on oitempk to
irunsform vhe room into a "Mod Hop".
Mr. Croddock illustrates o few "tricks of the trade" to his iournalism students.
Since schooling began there have always been,
in one form or another, outside activities
that expand and improve our general knowledge.
Through certain activities such as
publications, we develop a sense of teamwork.
Others provide chances for future occupational
and vocational development.
Dances, banquets, and club oFFairs give us
important practices in social graces.
Though the years may blur their memories,
time and again we will look back with pleasure
upon A Vision of Activities.
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Bob Fischer and Carl VanAIstine investigate new angles for
Since the advent of man,
the arts have played a major role
in the development of civilization.
Through them, we have found a way
of expressing our inner turmoils,
yeornings, and frustrations.
We have experienced
the exhilaration of accomplishment
and known the warmth
of deep human communication.
Whether the work is o painting,
a song, a photograph,
or an impressive piece of drama,
it is, nevertheless, our own,
an unoliencble part of our being
that cannot be erased by war,
by violence, or by Time.
Though mankind moy look back
upon this era in a thousand years,
there will still remain
one eternal proof of our existence.
This proof will be found
through A Vision of the Arts.
A Vision of the Arts
Two careful artists, Dave Metfert ond Bill Giachetto,
give attention to water color techniques under the
guidance of Mr. Coughlin.
Faces as well as voices portray mixed emotions oi choir students as
rehearse for up-coming concert.
Members of the Pep Band ignite spirit at basketball games through
they Backstage before curtain time a more experienced Gail
King gives Vince Hirning an assist with make-up.
Juniors, Sue Fcssler, Mike Meyer, and Senior, Greg Conroy, use their imaginations to create a vision in oil.
Our future lies
in tomorrow's shadows.
It haunts us day and night,
torturing our minds
and imaginations as we grape
tor a plan ofthe new existence
that we will experience after leaving
our alma mater.
Each student mus! search for himself,
for Destiny depends onthe individual,
the one who will be the maker
of tornorrow's world, the one
who will mold its future.
Man's role in the drama of tomorrow's
creation is an important one,
But it is now that each of us
rnust take the proper measures
to determine our true goals in life,
for we will not be allowed to waste
one precious scene.
Only through proper training
and guidance, tempered with
ambition and initiative,
will we look into the crystal ball
of knowledge and behold with ioy
A Vision ofthe Future.
Mr. Sater, guidance counselor, talks over me luture occupa-
tional plans with Greg Scan.
Liane Cutsinger, along with other Juniors, gets measured for senior rings and anticipates
Kev Sims and Terri Lieber lend a helping hand ta Mr. Keller in measuring
Madelyn Westlake for graduation cap and gown, which will permit the Seniors
to step into the future.
A vlsloN OF Ag,
The administration, faculty, and assistants have
through the years organized, directed,
and maintained the Bayless School District.
Although originally one building
and a handful ot students constituted Bayless,
the district has grown
to be a complex institute of learning.
A continually increasing enrollment
has led to added personnel,
improved methods of instruction, and expansion.
In the future, the progress of Bayless
lies in A Vision of Academics.
N of ACADEMICS
Mr. Bell and Mr. Ernst combine their efforts to improve the efficiency of the senior high school,
o o o k
Board and Administration Wor
is to execute
the decisions of the Board.
Superintendent, Mr. George Baxter,
Principal, Mr. August Ernst,
and Assistant Principal,
Mr, Robert Bell,
must put into effect
It is through their efforts
that school policies
can be carried out.
Superintendent, Mr. Baxter, reviews policies before he makes an
' High Kimi.
The Board of Education has one responsibility:
to maintain a high standard of education
within the Bayless School District.
Through foresight and careful planning,
members must coordinate an eltective
and orderly school year
for elementary and intermediate grades,
as well as for junior
and senior high schools.
The various everyday problems
which Board members must meet
are often compounded by unusual
or conflicting circumstances
which arise during the yeor.
Work To Improve School Facilities
Seated: Quinton C. Keller, vice-president, Milton H,
president, Virgil E, Boehm, member.
Mueller, member: Stanley J. Boehm, treasurer,
David P. Sims,
EARNEST BAN, Mathematics, MISS JEANINE BUBASH, French, MERLE BUSCH, Science, MISS LOIS CHARLES, Homemaking,
PAUL COOPER, Industrial Arts.
BERTRAND COUGHLIN, JR., Art, KENNETH CRADDOCK, Language Arts, Journalism, MRS. ANN DUCHEK, Latin, Language Arts,
MRS, ESTELLE ELMORE, Librarian, WILLIAM GATLING, Language Arts, Speech.
MISS ANN HARRELL, Physical Education, RAYMOND KELLER, Social Studies, Dramatics, THOMAS KIEHNE, Instrumental Music,
JAMES KNACKSTEDT, Sacial Studies, ARNO KRACHT, Language Arts,
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THOMAS LOMBARDO, Physical Eduwnun, WILLIAM MALLOY, Language Arisp Miss MARILYN '
MASSMAN, Mathematics: JAMES MCCLINTOCK, Business Education, MRS. MARIE MILLER, Science:
WILLIAM NOLAN, Social Studies.
MISS KATHLEEN POHLIG, Language Arts: MRS. JESSIE ROSENOW, Special Educutiony HOWARD SATER, Counselorg MRS, BAR-
BARA SCIORTINO, Social Studies, RONALD STEELE, Business Education,
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HOWARD STREET, Social Studies: GARY STOUT, Sciencep MISS TONI THORNE, Spanish: SOL THURMAN, Sciencep ROBERT
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Secretaries, Miss Noonan and Mrs. Wilde, fl-'lllll
students' requests during u busy day.
Mothers Club officers are: Standing ll. to r.J Zelda Lovelace, Rec. Sec.,
Elvera McFarland, Pres.: Joyce Jaby, Treas. Seated: Marcella Mueller,
Corres. Sec., Lorraine Hardy, V-Pres.
Parent Groups and
Patrons Association officers are: ll. to r.l Robert Dierkes, Treas.g
Mignerane, Sec., Norbert Cuba, Pres., John Messman, V-Pres.
Perhaps The least acknowledged
of all school employees
are the service personnel.
They, as well
as the parents organizations,
work behind the scenes
and refine school operations.
By ministering to student needs,
personnel members render
an invaluable service to Bayless.
Through financial allotments,
parents organizations help
students carry through proiects
which would otherwise
Mutron, Mrs, Bacher, includes lunchroom soles among her
-rsonne Refine School Operations
Mrs. Fiizgeralcl, school nurse, ministers to sfudenls wiihin
the Bayless school system.
k l d Mrs. Reinheimer, Mrs. Sveinbruegge, Mrs. Schumacher, and Mrs. McCauley.
Senior High coo s inc u e
A VISION OF M55
Just os society is divided into economic classes,
so students are divided into ditterent classes,
according to their levels ot learning.
Although these divisions seem unimportant in lower grades,
as students reach high school,
they find that class divisions govern school lite.
It becomes a note of distinction,
a very dehnite part of one's character
which gives students the energy to work tirelessly on projects
that will prove their class has the most school spirit.
Whether it is for a dance or a skit,
a poster or the school song,
class divisions give students the desire to better their school.
For there lingers a hope that in future generations,
, Bayless students may look upon some of our endeavors from 1967,
Class V-Pres. '66, Pres. '67, S.C. Rep.,
Sec. '66, '67, SASC Delgote: MASC
Delegate, Latin Club, Trees. '65, '66, Q5-
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Class Senator, Pres, '67, V-Pres. '67,
S.C. Pep., Treos.'66, Pres. '67, MASC
Honor society, Pres. '67f FTA: FHA, Delegate: Cross Country: Dromuvicsf
mc, Sec.-Trees. '65, Pres. '66: Pep Hoff Sim-
Clubg Library Assistant, Oracle Stuff.
JACQUELINE ZIEMBA JUDWH MU'-'-'NS -il' 'F
cms sec. '67, FTA, Pres. '67, FHA, Class Trees. '65, '66, '67f s.C. Rep-1
sweierres Club, V-Pres. '67, GAA: French Club, rim. '66: Latin Club, WWW
Pep Club, Pres. '67, Basketball, v6l- "' FTA. PNC. PSP CI-fb: Science Club. -.-:mv
Ieybully Hockey, Concert Choir, Hur- Gymnastics: Oracle Stott, Prom Re- .6,.,
meneires, Broncho Smit, Ed. '67. P0f'ef'
Former Juniors Become
Between the innocence of iunior high and the dignity of adulthood,
one Gnds a rare species called Senior.
There is no woy in which o senior may be defined,
but he can easily be identified by his activities and ideas.
He constantly informs underclassmen of his superiority,
he dislikes homework, regulations, lunch line duty, and Monday mornings.
He is always the last to arrive at school and the first to leave.
He gets a big kick out of dances, Burger Chef, and "playing it cool".
He thrives on six hours of sleep per night and lives only for the weekend.
He rushes to class, crams for tests, ond makes the most of dating privileges.
He con be put oft a basketball court, but not ol? the world,
he can be kept out of trouble, but not out of life.
He expresses his independence in many ways,
ond finds moments to contemplate the vision ofthe future.
He is indeed a rore and wonderful species . . . Senior, I967.
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Lalin Club, Science Club, V4Pres. '67.
FHA, S.C. Repq Gymnaslicsp Marching Band.
French Clubg Honor Socieiy, Sec. '67g FTA, V-Pres. '671 GAA, Pep Club:
Hockey: Volleyballf Gymnasvicsg Cancer! Choir: Harmonelreg,
Graduating Class of '67
Science Club VfPres '66- Truclcp TV Asslsfant.
FTA, Pep U
S.C. Rep.p French Cluby FNC, V-Pres. '66, Pres. '67.
Cl by Concert Cholry Omce Assisvanvf Broncho Svaff.
sc. Repq Dmmoeics.
KENNETH BAI RD
S.C. Rep.: Pep Club: Gymnastics.
FTA: Secretaries Club, Sec. '67: Pep Club, Gymnastics
Class Ring Symbolizes
S.C. Repq FHA, Speech Club, Pres. '67f Brancho Staff.
FHA: Secretaries Club,'Pres, '67, GAA, Treas. '677 Pep Clubg Basketball:
Volleyball: Hockey: Gymnastics: Oiice Assistant.
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Speech Club, Pres., V-Pres 66 Track Cross Country TV Assistant Dramutucs
Class Pres, '65: S.C. Rep
Honor Society, V-Pres. 67 Secretaries Club Pep Club Trees 66 C eer
leader, Captain '66p Gymnastics Broncho Stuff Orocle Maud 65
French Club, Latin Club.
FNCp Secretaries Club: Gymnastics.
Track: Student Manager, Basketball.
S.C. Rep., V-Pres. '67, Science Club? Trackg
Seniors Set Example llorllndt
Speech Club: Gymnasticsg Broncho Staff. '
Baseball, Basketball, Co-Captain '67.
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FHA, Speech Clubp Omce Assusvcnf
s.c, Rep,: FHA.
Secretaries Club Oflice Assistant
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S.C. Rep.: Trcckp Concert Choir, TV Assiswnh Drcmakics.
Faculty Members Give
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CIass Senuior, Sec. '66p S.C. Rep., Sec. '66f Latin Clubp FTM Drcmctics.
Track: Marching Bundy Siege Bundy Orchestra: Pep Bondi TV Assisi-
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Seniors Helpful Guidance
FTA: FHM Secretaries Club: Speech Club, V-Pres. '679 Office Assistant.
French Club, Sec. '67f Honor Society, Sec. '67p Science Club, Bronchc Staff.
Latin Club: FTA: FNCp GAAg Sp
Photographers Club, Pres. '67g
dent Manager, Dromorics.
WANDA FAYE FORD
S.C. Rep.: FTA? FHA, Pep Club.
eech Club: Gymnastics,
Science Club, Speech Clubg Basketball, Stu-
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Latin Club: Bcskelbcll.
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Baton Twirlerp Marching Band: Stage Band. 'A
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S.C, Rep.p Honor Socieryp Pep Club, Science Clubf Marching Bond: Orcheslru, WT, C.
" Concert Choir. W,
JOHN GLASNER Ewing
S.C. Rep.: FHA, Treas. '67g Gymnastics: Oltlce Assistant.
FTAQ Secretaries Club, Speech Club: Concert Choirg Harmanettesg Omce "W '
GAA? Hockey, Gymnastics.
FHAp Gymnasticsg Omce Assistant.
Basketball, Student Manager: Track,
Student Manageri TV Assistant
Latin Clubf FTA? Secretaries Cluby GAA, Sec. '67y Pep Club, Basketball:
Latin Club: Concert Choir.
S.C. Rep,g FNCi Photographers Club, Pep Club, Broncha Slam Globe Repor-
Class Senaforp S,C, Rep.: Speerh Clubp Broncho Staff.
Track: Cross Country.
Senior Spirit Explodes
Baseball: Basketballi Brcnchc Sfaff.
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Science Club, Latin Club: Marching Band, Stage Band: Pep Band: Orchestra:
Debate Team: Library Assistant.
S.C. Rep., Speech Club: Conceri Choir, Dramalics.
FHA, Pres. '67, Oracle Skull.
S.C. Rep.: French Club, Sec. '66, Latin Club: Honor Socievy, Orclieslrag
Laiin Club: FTA, see. '67: Gvmfiwifse
Class Senator, V-Pres. '65g S.C. Rep., FTA: Photographers Clubp GAA, Pep
Clvbi Speech Club, Sec.4Treus, '66p Cheerleader, Gymnastics, Concert Choir:
s.c, Rep., sAsc Delegale: swge sand. ofchewn,
Science Club, Pres. '66: Cross Counlry: Baseball, Student Manager: Dramatics
Asslsfanl, 100 Mule Club.
Class Senator: Secrelaries Club: GAA: Pep Club: Cheerleader: Gymnastics:
Seniors Reminisce Over
French Club, V-Pres. '66, Pres. '67: Honor Socieiy: FTA: Concert Choir:
Libra ry Assistant: Dramalics.
Class Senator: S.C. Rep.: GAA: Hockey.
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Basketball, Student Mcncgerg Concert Choir: Drumaticsi Broncho Stuff,
S.C, Sec. '67: Latin Club, FTA, Secretaries Club: Pep Club: Science Club:
speech Club: Library Assistant.
S.C. Rep.: Speech Club, Marching Bondi Stage Bond: PEP Bondi Conte'
Gymncsticsg Office Assistant
JUDY lUENI NG
Class Senutory S,C. Rep.p French Clubp FTAg Pep Clubg Science Club: Carmen
Clmirg Hcrrnonettesp Drcmutics: Oracle Stull.
Latin Clubp FTAp Secretar
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Seniors Make Final
FHA, V-Pres. '67, FNC, Sec.-Trees. '66, GAAg Science Club: Basketball: Hoc-
key, Gymnusticsg Concer
FTA: Secretaries Club:
tChoiry Library Assistant.
Concert Choir? Offlce Assistant.
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Class Senator, Photographers Club, Sec, '67, Science Club: Baseball, Student
Manager, TV Assistant, Dramatics.
FHA, Oliice Assistant, Broncho Staff.
Preparations for College
Speech Club, Broncho Staff.
Latin Club, Baseball.
Foreign Exchange Student from Turkey, Honorary Member of all clubs,
Class Senator: S.C. Rep., French Club, Treus, '67, FTA, Treas. '67, Secretaries
Club: GAA, V-Pres. '67, Pep Club, Sec. '67, Basketball: Volleyball: Hockey:
GYmnustIcs: Concert Choir.
JO ANN QUARTUCCIO
Class Senalorg S.C. Rep.: Pep Club? Speech Club, Gymnaslicsf Drumalics.
Natural Abilities Are Revealed M5
STEPH EN ROSE
Speech Cl uh.
French Club, V-Pres. '67, Library Assisfantp Brcncho Staff, Oracle SIUE, Ed.
Phofogrcphers Club: Speech Club, Track, Student Manager.
S.C. Rep.: Basketball.
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FHA, Secretaries Clubp Volleyball: Oflice Assistant: Drqmqfics
Class Senator, FHA?
FHA, Speech Club.
Secretaries Club? Office Assistant.
Ai Senior Talent Show
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Club: Gymnasticsg Concert Choir: Harrnonettesp Drarnaticsp Sophomore Pil-
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Latin Cluby Science
Club, Marching Bandp Stage Bandg Pep Band: Oracle
Class Senator? Latin Club, Sec. '66p FTAp Secretaries Clubp GAA, Treas. '66,
p.-es, 167, Pep Club, science club, Treas. '66, Buskevbull, captain, volleyball,
Hockey, Captain: Library Assistant.
Baseball: Basketball: Concert Choir.
Broncho Stafti Globe Reporter, Speech Club.
Marching Band, Stage Bands Pep Band, Orchestray Concert Choir: Dramatics
S.C. Rep.: Secretaries Club? Pep Club? Marching Band, Pep Bands Orchestra.
Spring Prom Highlights
FTA: Marching Band, Stage Band? Pep Band: Orchestra: Concert Clwlf
Class Senator: S.C. Rep.
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Science Club, Track: Cross Country: 100 Mile Club,
French Clubi FHAf Gymnasticsp Orchestra.
RUTH STEI NKUEHLER
Latin Clubf FNC.
Bayless Social Season
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Class Senator, Trackf Basketball, Student Managerf TV A55'5'a""'
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Through Final Week
FTA: Concert Choir.
S.c. Rep., French Clubi Honor surely. FTA: FHA, sec. '67: Speech Club, 7
Ser. '66. Library Assismm.
CARL VAN ALSTINE
Latin Clubg Phorogmphefs club, Treas. '677 science Club sec 67
Broncho Sfallp Oracle 5fuHg Publications Photographer.
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Senators Kstundingl Mr. Keller, Sponsor: Munhq
Rich: iseafedm Gail Paul, cheryl Meier,
FTAy FHAg Secretaries Clubp Omce Assistant.
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Baskefbally Oracle Stall
Cross Counfryp Baseballg Basketball, cofaptoin.
rsue Vision of The Future
FTA GAA Basketball Broncho Staff
Sensors Not Pncturecl
Class Senators Kstandingl Rick Scharlott, Candy Lieber, Cynthia Feather-
stone, Karen Murphy, Mr. Busch, Sponsor. Cseatedl Janet Miner, Judy
McFarland, Barb Bonham.
Class Officers fseatedl Rosemary Mizerany,
Pres,g Amy ooelung, sec., fsiqnaingm
Kathy Zelfmunn, V-pres.p Dennis Moore,
Juniors Study American
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A VISION OF
As time travels onward,
the Seniors look back
upon their many sports activities,
but as they look to the past,
the remaining classes look to the future.
Sports to an athlete
is a plan of leadership and participation
welded to determination and natural ability.
Even though some athletes prepare to depart,
their records will remain
for future sportsmen who will follow
in their footsteps.
On the courts and in the fields
they will carry on
the tradition of Bayless-
l a legacy of sportsmanship
N and the will to win.
By perfecting their bodies,
girls as well as boys
increase and enliven their minds.
ln future years,
records broken in high school
will set guidelines for accomplishment,
thus, reflecting a Vision of Athletics.
VARSITY BASKETBALL TEAM Kneeling: Tom Manfiu, Mark Chard, Russ Torlina, Mike Glenn, Carl Collins, co-capfain, Ed Schoening,
Marcus Balch, Arnie Zehner, cofapiain, Roy Halsl, Dave Dave Mefferr, Cliff Svebe, Don Mignerone, Tom Harlan, coach
Sleinkisfe, Mike Quint. Standing: John Lydan, Rich Winvermantel, Lombardo.
Awards and Viciories Inspire
may fa ngm for mme, mary, ihe afoncim fun ener emi: in f h d
locker room lecture.
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The Bayless Varsity team,
sparked by Coach Lombardo,
had a successful season,
ending with a record of ii-TO.
With the return
of five senior Iettermen,
and the addition of new members
the team seemed to have
much spirit and fight.
The team's efforts proved
as the Bronchos finished
third in the Bayless
and Hancock tournaments.
an important quality
possessed by each member
of the team.
a sportsmanship trophy
the Group ll Tournament.
Russ Torlina eases in a lay-up shot which is gaad for two points,
as the guarding of the Hancock Tigers seems not quite strong enough
to stop the Eronchos,
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Russ Torlinu shoois for fwo, but flue aromas go bU"O'lMel"Vl'le'5"'U"-
dawn in defect before 1he Hancock Tigers.
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At halftime, all eyes and ears seem Vo be focused in his direction as Couch Lombardo inslills the
incentive of viclory in the Bayless Bronchos.
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Dave Graham, Steve Tronchilla, eeeeprean. Standing: meyer, Make Austin, Gary Mueller, Keivh Perry, sau neue,
The Bayless "B" team,
coached by Mr. Stout,
had an exciting season
2 with a record of 9-8.
, After fighting very hard
' during the sophomore tournament
held in our gymnasium,
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4 the second place title.
With the height and potential
of certain individuals,
it is likely that
many ofthe boys will be seen
onthe varsity court
in the years to come.
Mike Austin leaves the Hancock Tigers helpless as he
stretches lor a lay-up sho!-
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Randy Stevens, Chris Quartuccio, Mark Chard, Doug Picker, Dan
Clarke, Jim spandel, Ken Meyer, Dennis Mignerone, Dnve Al-
brecht, anne Besel. Kneeling: Randy Calamia, Torn Lnvnui, Marvin
Brand, Don Gerwitz, Howard Oldham, Ken Holder, Dave Jones,
Kev Scott, Ed Bertram, Kevin O'Heron, Dwayne Schirmer, Jim Cox,
Ron Van Reese follows through for the completion of
another discus throw.
Mark Silhavy. Standing: Frank Stephan, Coach Gathard, Wayne
Streib, Ran Rose, Darryl Eaves, Ron Van Rees, Bob Maddux,
Dave Meffert, Mike Glenn, Mike Scheu, Howard Bonds, Dave
Schimmer, Don Korte, Jim Calamia, Coach Lombardo, Rick
BHS Cindarmen Burn
This year's Cross Country team,
coached by Mr. Lombardo,
had a hard luck season.
They had the fight,
but couldn't form victories.
The Senior Division
had a O-4 record.
Junior Division runners
were more successful,
ending the season
with three wins and one loss
under their belts.
and Junior Division cindermen
had a fair season,
but not as good as expected.
an outstanding performer,
and many underclassmen
plan to return
in the up-coming season
to spark next year's efforts.
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CROSS COUNTRY TEAM Siflingz Bruce Besel, Jim Cox, Dave
Jones, Sitting Second Row: Don Mignerone, Mike Meyer, Mike
Winlermantel, John Laffler, Sieve Tranchilla, Greg Emhon, Dave
Sfeinkiste, Rich Wintermaniel, Bob May. Kneeling: Ken Holder,
Tom Zeller, Art Spellmeyer, AI Zehner, Randy Wohlstudter,
Coarh Lombardo gives a crilical appraisal al crass country el'Tar1s.
Marcus Balch, Jim Spindel, Dennis Mignerone, Howard Oldham,
Randy Stevens, Standing: Ken Meyer, George Hoppe, Don
Clarke, Dave Meiierv, Mike Scheu, Don Kane, Mark Chard,
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Russ Torlino, Arnie Zehner, Jack Scott, Marcus Balch, Ed Goewert, Chuck Emmenegger, Gary Mueller, Randy Wahl-
Schoening, Byron Rumn. Standing: Coach Parks, Brad Foerstel, sludter, Ed Goewert, Chris Petty, Student Manager.
BHS Batmen Slug Their Way
Dennis Turner slides into home-plate utter smashing a long-bull
The Varsity batrnen finished
1967 with a better
than average season.
Sparkecl on bythe hot bats
of CliFl Stebe
and Gary Mueller
plus the experience
of Coach Parks,
the Bi-IS boys slammed
to a winning record.
was excelled only
by superb pitching efforts
made by such hurlers
as CIEFF Stebe
and Jack Scott.
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The "B" Baseball team,
coached by Mr. Stout,
ended a good season in l967.
Many of these young,
experienced BHS batmen
will be back
on the diamond next year,
playing varsity ball.
The competent fielding
' and hitting ofthe "B" boys
by the fine pitching
of Dave Faehley,
a promising freshman,
who will probably benefit
varsity teams in coming years.
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Nay to a South County Championship
"B" BASEBALL TEAM Front Row: Erv Wuesi, Greg Scott, Ted Gilei, Tom Zeller, Don Fuller, Student Manager Buck Row: Carl
lorry Farrington, Bill Rake, Ken Turner, Middle Row: Russ Graves Calvert, Dave Faehley, Bob Ottens, John Rogers, Dave Waarley,
Student Manager, John Antonich, Art Spellmeyer, Dave Schirmer, Ned Doelling, Greg Wilson, Coach Stout.
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Gridiron champions were from 4th Hour gym class. These boys showed great endurance
and skill on the field,
4th Hour netted the volleyball honors during t
he indoor season.
Intramurals programs give students The
chance to participate in both team
and individual sports. Many on after-
school hour and early morning sessions
are spent in preparation forthe heated
Juniors Byron Ruffin and Randy Wohlstadler ore ping-
pong doubles winners. Sophomore Steve Tranchilla
won the singles crown.
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lst Hour bafmen wind-up 'he inlramurals with a team vidory
Engage in Intramural Competition I
Nelmen Tracey Green and Sieve Abling show 1l1e great style
which won lor lhem the iennis doubles award. Green also
carried away the singles title.
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The Bayless High cheerleaders
led the fans in cheering
through cz successful season.
Even when the team was losing,
the cheerleaders kept
the spirits high
ond the fans roaring.
They introduced new cheers
throughout the year,
and were very good
representatives of the students
at home games
as well as away games.
Their control of the fans,
and the respect shown to them
by the student body,
at the Hancock tournament
when the Bronchos received
the sportsmanship trophy.
Girls Promote Spirit
Pat Gilb and Mariann Bonte lead fans as the Bronchos achieve
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The tlrst glrl's sport of
the year, hockey, begins
the last week in September.
The many after-school practices,
and the drills resulted
in a tied record of 8 and 8.
Coach, Miss Harrell,
was pleased by the season
which was equal,
if not better than that
of past years.
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M9Yer, Rita Schoening, caprnan, sue Tervcer, Linde Weber,
Jean Hamilton: Kneeling: Joyce Wooldridge, Arllne Thornton.
Janet Horvath, Sandy Fava, Liane Cursinger, Mary Kay
Byrne, Standing: Gall rang, Linda Key, Penny Becker, clone
Frank, Judy Foerstel, Kathy Rohrbach, Karen Hanigan, Barb
Malernny, M155 Harrell, coach,
GIRLS' VARSITY BASKETBALL TEAM Sitting: Gail Paul, Sandy
Meyer, Rita Sehoenirig, captain, Sue Terveer, Sharon Becker,
Back Raw: Sandy Alexander, Pat Zehnle, Arlirie Thornton,
ana sehoenang raps the ben into the possession ot
Bayless varsity to complete a suceessiul play.
Fuller, Kathy Rohrbach, Donna Becker, Lione Cutsinger, Miss
The Bayless Girls'
Varsity Basketball team
had ci very successful season,
ending the year with a record
of 6 and 2.
The girls, who were
encouraged by the coaching
of Miss Harrell,
displayed a winning spirit
to their outstanding record.
The Girls' "B" Basketball team,
a disheartening season,
showed much patience
and good sportsmanship
throughout the year.
Having only two
experienced basketball players,
the team fought very hard
to finish with a 3-4 record.
Barb Mizeruny shoots for two desperately needed points as
the "Battling B rem" revs another game slap away.
GlRLS' "B" BASKETBALL Kneeling: Barb Mizerany, Debbie Foerstel, Bev Hacker, Betty Walter, Sandy Froelich, Lorraine
Teich, Karen Glenn, co-captain, Karen Hartigan, coxaptain, Hogrebe, Gloria Frank, Miss Harrell, coach,
Janis Kuhn, Karen Byrne. Standing: Mary Layton, Judy
Miss Harrell has spent
much of her time to produce
a Varsity Volleyball team
that could work
with unity and coordination.
The team practiced and trained
many evenings to achieve
a winning record
of 4 wins and 3 losses.
with much determination,
the members even retained
a winning spirit
their losing matches.
Girls Gght hard in the after school playohs of intramural
Volleyball Spikes Ending
VARSITY VOLLEYBALL: Sitting: Liane Cutsinger, Fran Haushal- Sharon Becker, Miss Harrell, Rita Schoening, Elaine Russom,
ter, Mary Kay Byrne, Donna Becker, Kathy Zeltmann, Arline Sandy Alexander, Sandy Vahs.
Thornton. Standing: Sandy Meyer, Eileen Saeger, Gail Paul,
ifiifumvial B VOLLEYBALL TEAM: Lefl to Right: Sally Minges, Rell, Marilyn Frazier, Cindy Nash, Diane Brinkley.
Penny Becker, Sue Oster, Debbie Teich, Barb Mizerany, Marcia Spieckerrnun, Pal Fendi.
icsriiy Roiiriwfh, Mrs. Rogers, Nancy Hecht, new
ling of Girls' Sports Season
The "B" Volleyball team,
drilling after school
in many practice sessions,
succeeded in matching
the record ofthe
4 wins and 3 losses.
of Mrs, Rogers,
the "B" team
displayed a winning spirit
throughout the season.
Kathy Rohrbeck iumps to make o successiul spike during an alter-
rieeri prqnice session.
Seventh Hour gym class poses after capturing girl's
From the girls' gym classe
various teams are formed
an opportunity to work
together to obtain
as well as individual titles
in some areas.
Seniors Rita Schoening and Sandy Meyer
won both the lawn tennis and badminton
awards. Rita won the tennis singles crown,
Linda Weber displays the form which won for
her the free throw title.
Softball winners were from the lst Haur gym class.
Seniors Mmiufm some and Kolhy Kraus won
Bnskelboll winners were the girls from the ls! Hour class, ,he ping-pong doubles 'me While 'he Singles
Completes Girls Sports Program of BHS
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A VISION OF OR
While classroom activities are important
and necessary in discerning the future of on individual
the clubs and organizations to which a student belongs
are also essential
in determining the type of person he will be.
Although extra-curricular activities
give students an opportunity to develop
a sense of leadership and responsibility,
a feeling of pride in personal accomplishments.
Throughout the years,
various groups have been formed at BHS to satisfy
the interests of nearly all the students.
Their functions give members practice, experience,
and a chance to cultivate talents in the categories
that hold their interests.
In the future, students' abilities to take part
in government and social proiects
will reflect in them a Vision of Organizations. . .
of , oRoANizATioNs
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STUDENT COUNCIL Front Row: Mr. Bell, Sponsor: Chris Maul,
Corresponding Secretary, Kathy Hahn, Recording Secretary:
Tom Carroll, Vice-President, Jim Martin, President, Bob Fischer,
Treasurer, Mr. Kracht, Sponsor, Mr. Williams, Sponsor. Second
Row: Barb Stimac, Gail Eichenberger, Donna Smith, Cathy
Lewis, Debbie Teich, Gail Fuller, Martha Rich, Linda Alexanderr
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Roberta Staely, Janet Tindall. Third Row: Joyce Subert, Sema
5zIi5, Linda Glairon, sue Terveer, can Perri, Linda Keller, obit
Meek, Linda Heiter, Marlene srrrirrrrrrer, Barb Walter, aber izbwr
Bill Rake, Charlie mites, Henry rirabir, Don Becker, Dana
Runge, rbrry bqrrrr, Mike srrrrrrrr, Debbie cbrrrky, sue Elders,
Bonnie Kerley, Joyce Wooldridge.
Student Council Unites Classes
While pitching pennies at the French Club booth, Rick Scharlott tries
to win tickets for prizes at the Student Council Carnival.
This year, the Student Council,
sponsored by Mr. Bell,
Mr. Kracht, and Mr. Williams,
many of their activities
Starting out the year
will a fall "Hello" Dance,
Student Council then produced
an active School Spirit Week
which boosted, among other things,
a delicious pancake breakfast
and an exciting
The announcement of
the new Student Body President
was accompanied by the "Mod-Hop.
The year was then topped-oft
by a gala carnival held
in the Senior High Cafeteria,
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Student Body president for the '67-'68 school year.
Smoke gets in their eyes, as the members of the
Student Council prepare the Pancake Brealrlasl,
into a Working Crganizoiion
A normal Student Council meeting-crowded and exciting.
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The FHA, a branch
of home economics
sponsored by Miss Charles,
helps to prepare its members
for future careers
Throughout the year,
the girls prepared
among other events,
the Teacher's Buffet,
the Honor Society Banquet,
and the Sports Banquet.
To raise money for their club,
the future homemakers
sold candy and recipe cards.
FUTURE HOMEMAKERS OF AMERICA Front Row: Linda
Alexander, S.C. Representative, Barb Walter, Secretary:
Linda Weber, Song Leader, Sandy Meyer, First Vice-
Presideritg Vera Kalkbrenner, President, Diane Fear,
second vice-President, Joyce Hanschmidt, Historianp Barb
Graham, Treasurer. Second Row: Barb Schmeer, Karen
Dooley, Cheryl Alter., JOAN. ouaftucms, Rosemary
Mizerany, Vicky Newell, Pat Dreste, Barb Hobson, Sandy
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Clubs Prepare Students lorful
Vohs, Becky Beatte, Carol Steitz. Third Row: Linda White,
Betty Gunter, Sue Zingrich, Marilyn Dischbein, Barb
Ellerbeck, Kathy Hahn, Liane Cutsinger, Gail Robertson,
Sue Steinkiste, Gail Masek, Bobbie Doerste. Fourth Row:
Karen Hess, Sharon Coombs, Betty Sauer, Pam Noonan,
Margie Dischbein, Eileen Saeger, Elaine Russom, Rita
Schoening, Sharon Becker, JoAnn Sauer, Rose Elchinger,
Fay Ford, Dotty Wester.
FUTURE TEACHERS OF AMERICA Front Row: Mr. Knackstedt,
Sponsor, Carol Kiesewetter, Secretary, Gail Paul, Treasurer,
Jackie Ziemba, Presiclenl, Sandy Alexander, Vice-President,
Gail Eichenberger, S.C, Representative. Second Row: Cindy
Feldrneier, Carol Graham, Sue Terveer, Linda Schachameyer,
The main purpose ofthe FTA
is to give students
a chance to look at education
from the teocher's viewpoint.
By observing and teaching
the first and second grades,
the members become more aware
of the teaching profession.
This club, sponsored by Mr. Knacksteclt,
also took a field trip
to SEMO State College
with funds earned
through a bake sale.
Jean Wiethuchter, Vickie Newell, Sandy Vahs, Third Row
Linda Key, Coral Wagenblasl, Fran Haushalter, Chris Maul
Gail King, Carol Pelrkrrrr, Betty Wegener, Cheryl Meier
Fourth Row: Renee Baughman, Faye Ford, Sandy Fava
Barb Walter, Sharon Smith, Kathy Hahn, Semen Ozlu.
Several members of the rm work at the annual bskesrrle.
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FUTURE NURSES CLUB Front Row: Linda White, Treasurer, Rose- Sponsor. Buck Row: Barbara Buchrnann, Modelyn Westlake, Diane
mary Dorn, Vice-president, Janet Bachmann, President, Pot Nash, Fleddermonn, Sema Ozlu, Faye Ford, Sandy Fava, Linda Key,
Secretary, Joyce Woodridge, S.C. Representatives Miss Thorne, Beth Robertson,Koren Hess, Karen Dooley,
By making Christmas puppets
and Easter baskets
forthe less fortunate,
the Nurses Club,
sponsored by Miss Thorne,
helped bring happiness
to many people.
lt also gave members
on opportunity to get
on inside view
ofthe nursing profession.
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science CLUB Front Row: Mr. Stout, Spcnscrg Don Becker, sc.
Representativep Curl Von Alstine, Secretary: Don lqorle, pmt.
deritf Chris Albrecht, Vice-Presiderltg Bob Hoops, Treasurer: Mrs.
Miller, Sponsor. Middle Row: Art Nockurias, Jim spindel, Linde
New Ideas to Students
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Future scientists prepare skeletons for Craniology Display.
Glairon, Nancy Ferguson, Sandy Meyer, Joyce sirlsen, ueleerie
steel Chris Maul. seelr new Dennis Meere, lcen Meyer, aes
Stephan, rern Carroll, ieien Heppe, Glenn Heel, Debbie nerne
la nevic, Norbert Huddlesrori.
The Science Club,
sponsored by Mr. Stout
and Mrs, Miller,
engaged in several proiects,
including cl Craniology Display.
and educational field trips
taken by the group,
1 helped the future scientists
to explore and strengthen
in diverse scientific fields.
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The French Club sells candy in an effort to raise money for club
The French Club, sponsored
by Miss Bubosh, is designed
to give students a chance
to apply their knowledge
ofthe French language
and of French culture.
During French Week,
the club roused o spirit
of festivity with its
French street signs
ond French candy sale.
Foreign Languages Acquaint
FRENCH CLUB Front Row: Miss Bubash, Sponsor, Kathy Rudd,
Vice-President: Gail Paul, Treasurer, Karen Larwill, President,
Linda Keller, S.C. Representative, Nancy Ferguson, Secretary.
Middle Raw: Roberta Staely, Pat Sched, Elizabeth Robertson,
Vicky Newell, Judy Bell, Pam Neh, Carol Wilder, JOY
Atchison. Back Row: Cynthia Featherstone, Darlene Bux, Cathy
Lewis, Judy Foerstel, Gail Eichenberger, Jeanette Foster, Sue
Steinkiste, Joyce Wooldrige, Barb Walter.
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S.C. Representative: Bal: Fischer, President: Arline Thornton,
Vice-Presidentf Linda Weber, Secretaryf Dennis Feist, Treasurer.
Second Row: Sharon Stetson, Sue Terveer, Chris Maul, Debbie
Beg, Roxanne Tekotte, Terri lmhoi, Sue Rieger. Third Row:
Students with World
To bring a dead language
alive for her students,
Mrs. Duchek sponsors
the Latin Club.
This is one of the few
activities that welcomes
junior high as well as
senior high students to
its ranks, A field trip
to a showing of "The Bible"
highlighted the year's
The executive bca
Linda Schachomeyer, Joyce Urbeck, Gloria Zingrich, Carol
Debbie Baker, .louis Kuhn. Fourth Row: Doug Vogt, Ge
Schmidt, Letcher Boggs, Carl Van Alsline, Bill Rake, L
fd of me Lovin Club plans cn upfvmifis 'mfingr
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Sports Manager, Sharon Becker, Treasurer, Rita Schoening,
President, Gail Paul, Vice President, Sue Terveer, S.C.
Representative. Second Row: Sandy Vohs, Barb Besel, Mary
Kaye Byrne, Leanne Clutsnger, Jackie Ziemba, Kathy Zelt-
mann. Third Row: Debbie Teich, Barb Mizerany, Kathy
Rohrbach, Sandy Meyer, Linda Weber, Pat Zehnle. Back
Row: Jean Hamilton, Eileen Saeger, Elaine Russom, Joyce
Wooldridge, Donna Becker, Arline Thornton.
Girls Organizations Recognize Athletic
Only one qualitication
is required to ioin GAA.
must have acquired 550 points,
through on active participation
At basketball games,
the Girls Athletic Association,
sponsored by Miss Anne Harrell,
sells candy and buttons
to Bayless fans.
ln the spring,
the annual Sports Banquet.
The GAA picnic
gives active members
an opportunity to initiate
the new members.
GAA members sell candy at home basketball games ta supplement group
The Pep Club,
co-sponsored by Mrs. Sciortino
and Miss Pohlig,
is an organization
which promotes spirit
at basketball games, track meets
and baseball games.
The club is divided
each carrying specific jobs.
These girls are
during school spirit week
as it aids
ciieeireeeeie rouse spirit at Pep Club eeeiieeiee feiiy eiiiiiie seiiii in SPOf1SOfif19 mvny activities.
Ability and Promote School Spirit
PEP cius xiieeriiigi Kathy kieiie, ceir king, Perry oiib, Mefieiiii
Barrie, Kathy Zeiimerin. Front Rewe Miss Pelilig, Sponsor: Geri
Peel, Secretary, Jackie zieeibe, President, Linde vvebef, rieeeeiei,
Mrs. seierrine, Spenser. Second Row: Barb siimee, Betty Inf
veerieie, Marina Leiiibeiee, Debbie reneieii, Debbie Teich, Debbie
Cefrflv, Barb seiieeiii, Peiiie Dewe, Gear relief, Jeeiieiie Fosteri
Sflfidv vehe, Debbie vie. rriife Row: Marilyn Fries, chris Meeiiiee, eeiiiiie keiiey, Jenei Koester.
seine ozrb, Liiiee cieiiee, neiiee sim, Mary Kaye Byrne
isieiiey Hecht, Joy Aieiiieefi, Herb Besel, Pal Nash, keieii Byrne
Amy Deelliiie, Patty Schmidt, seek new Debbie Dirckx vieky
Taylor, Sue Terveer, Bonnie Thein, Debbie David, Carol Cber
mann, Rita Schoening, Donna Becker, Kathy Rahrbach Cridy
Feeirhersrone, Lierie Cursinger, Fran Heeshelver, Chris Maul
Students Learn Self-Expression Through
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' The Speech Club, composed
e of members from the speech
t class, has many activities
throughout the year, Its
T prime concern is the
Christmas skit, given during
the annual Christmas Program.
Under the guidance of Mr.
Gatling, the Speech Club
takes tield trips to various
radio stations to observe
speech techniques in practi-
cal application. Members
also have "participation"
days" when they give
recitations or sing songs.
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SPEECH CLUB Front Row: Mr. Gatling, Sponsor: Marilyn Disch-
bein, Secretary-Treasurer, Art Spellmeyer, President, Don Mig-
nerone, S.C. Representative, Tim Dellert, Vice-President, Second
Row: Barb Simon, Darlene Bux, Terrie Cooksey, Sue Hardin,
Pat Dreste, Gail King, Linda Weber, Carol Graham, Janet
Tindull, Jean Shaeler, Cindy Feldmeier, Becky Beatte, Teresa
Dooley. Third Raw: Dennis May, Diane Fleddermonn, Janet
Huth, Rosie Elchinger, Dorothy Weber, Diane Fear, Margie
Dischbein, Rich Finke, Tim Sargent, Mark Chard, Rich Weber,
Jim Jones, Ed Bertram, Mike Ringhoter. Buck Row: John Antonichi
Larry Hoaser, Mike Boehm, Joe Musket, George Starts, Steve
Rose, Dave Mefiert, Bob Koon, Gary Rauskaup, Tom Harlan,
Joe Fischer, Rich Kristof, Dennis Bonk, Bob Woods.
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PHOTOGRAPHERS CLUB Front Row: Carl Van Alstine, Treosurerg Stephan, Nancy Colomia, Linda Heiter, Randy Calarnia, Ken
Arthur Nockunas, Secretory-Vice-Presidentp Dennis Moore, Presi- Meyer, Mr. Coughlin, Sponsor. Buck Row: Roberta Stoely,
dentf Bob Fischer, S.C. Representative. Middle Row: Bob Charles Rolfes,Mike Kemmis.
new techniques for developing in the
Visual Groups Educate
Besides being an enjoyable
and educational adventure,
the Photographers Club
a very definite purpose.
Members ofthe club
and sponsor, Mr. Coughlin,
tor supplying pictures
and the paper staffs.
Photographers give up
their after-school hours
to develop necessary pictures
for pressing deadlines.
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Dale Korte adjusts the sound during a program.
Students Through Services
to furthering education
the volunteer T,V. crews,
led by Miss Beulick,
provide educational programs
for the intermediate
These programs range
from music and science
to art and penmanship,
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TV ASSISTANTS Kneeling: Bill Flows' D"'E me' Dm Don filo! LTI?M51C.G"eQV1If"li12'n'f.T2L't1 Abrlge
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aergmekef, Mme ncemmts, steve Emme, Jtm Holder, St-ev: Sgr 9 sions' Mm Loeaeymnr John Mmm.
Ray Papish, Dan Loral. Standing: Miss Beulick, Tom arise, 9
Kraus, Donna Smith, Helen Constanti, Barbara Buchmann, Mr.
Steele, Sponsor. Back Row: Janet Koester, Betty Sauer, Kathy
Glowacki, Eileen Saeger, Elaine Russorn, Donna Becker, Rita
SECRETARIES CLUB Sitting: Renee Baumann, Secretary, Sue
Terveer Treasurer, Sharon Becker, President, Jackie Ziemba,
Vice-President, Gail Paul, S.C. Representative. Middle Row: Cindy
Nash, Mariann Bonte, Kathy Schoening, Chris Maul.
Feldmeier, Toni Messmann, Chris
. 1 Under the guidance
of Mr. Steele,
these girls learn
the fundamentals of becoming
As an ciid to learning,
type Term papers
for other students.
Mariann Bonte types a term paper to replenish the Secretarial fund.
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UBRARY Assisrrwrs Fronl Row: rzeberve sweety, Joyce suberv, E
lryere, Rita Scrroening, cm Men, Kerry Herr, Candy Lteber
Keren Leryyrii, seedy Meyer, Kerry Rorrrbuclw. seems Row: Mrs. cyrrme reerhererere serrrre Kerlcy oeri seirrerreerger
Rendered to School
Easing the burden ot tlte secrelories,
the reliable Ofnce Assistorrts
perform numerous clerical duties,
such os filing, mail ond message delivery,
Azding students in their quest tor knowledge,
the Library Assistants give their time
to find books ond onswer questions.
They olso collect tqnes, sltelve ond process books.
orrrcs Assismrirs rrerrt Row: rem rsieerer, BeNY SMH Gnd
Clrris meer., Joyce Hqrisfhmidr, Bere ererem, Carol ererem, Sew
Miss Neem, Mrs. vyride, Helen cement., leer Wnetlrucriterr Diss
Y Fegdmyen giqeoe 5e--P Srrgrgn Berke' Jane Lcehr,
nd Row- Mermye rrree Eiee- sreger, Jtyie Horn Mvrilvrr
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HONOR SOCIETY Front Row: Barb Walter, S.C. Representative,
Joyce Subert, Treasurer, MariAnn Bonte, Vice-President, Kathy
Hahn, President, Sandy Alexander, Corresponding Secretaryy Nancy
Ferguson, Recording Secretary, Mrs. Elmore, Sponsor. Middle Row:
Kathy Rudd, Karen Lcrwill, Sandy Meyer, Gail Eichenberger, Linda
Gloiron, Amy Doelling, Linda Keller, Arline Thornton, Pam Nett,
Kathy Zeltmann, Barb Bonham. Back Row: Chris Maul, Sharon
Becker, Eileen Saeger, Don Korte, Carol Beg, Rita Schoening,
Dennis Moore, Bonnie Kerley, Liane Cutsinger, Fran Haushalter,
Scholastic Achievement Honored
The Alvin Oberg Chapter
of the National Honor Society,
sponsored by Mrs. Elmore,
is based on
Leadership, and Service.
Eighteen new members were
selected by the faculty
for membership this year.
A banquet followed by
the candlelighting induction
the events ot the year.
Sondra Meyer lights her candle to become a member of the National Honor
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To the Students of Bayless:
Bayless! This is the name which will
always be alive in my memories, and which
will remind me of the most wonderful year
of my life. I remember the first day when
I came to Bayless. I thought I was alone
and a stranger. But the same day at the
assembly, I was welcomed by the pupils
very warmly, something which I didn't ex-
pect. All through the year I worked with
them, I shared both their happiness and
worry, and I ioined their activities, I
wasn't a stranger anymore. Bayless was
the home of warm feelings and close
friendship for me.
Sema bzlij, Bayless' foreign student of I966-67, is Q
native of Turkey.
BHS Welcomes Turkish Student
At Senior Talent Show, Sema leads students in Turkish
Semu, donned in her ndtive costume, discusses AFS week with
President, Jim Marlin.
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BRONCHO STAFF: Standing: Rich Wintermantel, Fischer, Carl Van Alstine. Sitting: Kurt Schlette, Kathy
Georgia Gliedt, Barb Simon, Paulette Gaynor, Bob Rudd, Jackie Ziemba, Linda Heiter, Nancy Ferguson.
Many hectic hours
of writing, re-writes,
are put forth each month
to produce the BRONCHO.
Reporters are prompted
to do extensive research
to develop a "nose for news,"
Editor-in-chief, Jackie Ziemba
and sponsor, Mr. Cracldock
make varied assignments
for stories and features.
BRONCHO STAFF Sitting: John Lydon, Mariann Bonte, Rose
Mizerany, Toni Messmann, Kathy Kraus, Jane Assaf. Standing:
Phil Hendricks, Ray Holst, Becky Beatte, Pat Zehnle, Bob
Koon, Chuck Birmes, Pam Coleman.
ORACLE STAFF Slmng George Schmid! Kathy Rudd, Judy Mullins, Kathy Hahn, Serna Ozlu. Standing: Art
During long after-school hours
members ofthe Oracle staff,
sponsor, Mr. Croddock,
and editor, Kathy Rudd,
work on yearbook lay-outs.
and writing copy
are only a few
of the many details
which rnust be completed
before o deodline
can be met,
ORACLE STAFF Snmng Joy Aichison Debbie Domlanovic Bonnie Kerley, Georgia Gliedi.
sersuore BAND Front new: Aflrne rnernlen, Mary Leyren, Linda
eieraen, Lelcher Boggs. Second Rowe Renea Kerr, vein Neli,
oeug vegr, Bonnie Kerlev, Gary sen, Alan Loefielman. mia
Row: Lester Boggs, Karen Retry, George Schmidt, Jim Knehans.
Fourth Row: clenare Kinder, Jener i-inn, Peggy Lerufne, Rich
Tahari, John Glasner, Bob Neli, Dennis May, Keith Petty, Dave
Ellmer, aeb i-ieepe, Charles Crouther, vieky Newell, Jennifer sfery.
Back Row: Don Mignerone, Janice Kramer, Karen Rosernanri, Kevin
Sims, Georgia Gliedt, Gail lvlaseli.
Senior Band Entertains
The Senior Band,
under the baton of,
new director, Thomas Klehne,
presented several concerts.
New ideas were combined
with old traditions
producing the Fall Concert,
and Pop Concert programs.
The group also participated
in the annual
school picnic parade,
annual band festival,
and presented its third
annual concert for Park School.
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ORCHESTRA Front Row: Linda Keller, Susan Steinkiste, Darlene
Schnorbus, Joan Kiesewetter. Second Row: Linda Key, Nancy
, .lean Oberhuus, Jan Tekotte, Rich Carr,
Linda Weber. Third Row: Jeanette Foster, Dianne Harlan.
Fischer, Pat Baumer
Fourth Row: Mary Ferguson, Doug Vogt, Herb Smith, Donna lmntlin.:
Smith, Pam Neff, Vivian Deno, Vicky Newell, Jennifer Story. Clievly Hem
Back Row: Mr. Kiehne, conductor, Janice Kramer, Kevin Sims, Ailene'lhc"'
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Kramer, Kevin Simi,
Brings Culture To Bayless
Front Row: Lorraine Hogfebe, carol sem, Gun Eachenbefger,
cherry Heppe. second now: Linda claim, Mary Layton,
Arlene Thornton, Debbie Berry, Debbie Deflrriba, Renee Kern
Denise Pachiva. Fourth Row: Joyce Wooldridge, Karen Glenn,
Adding a bit ol culture
to Bayless High School,
throughout the year.
Under the direction
of Mr. Thomas Kiehne
the Christmas program,
the Pop and Autumn concerts,
and Orchestra Night.
As a hnal service
to the school,
the Orchestra performs
annually at the graduation.
Mike Quint, Dave Ellrner, Charles Crouther, Bob Hoops, Mike
Boehm, Karen crm, een Kiseppef, sham smith, ami. Row:
Linda Schachmeyer, George Storrs, Dennis Feist, Mike Slrahcr,
CHOIR Front Row: Barb Besel, Pam Dowd, Darlene Bux,
Marlene Schimmer, Cheryl Meier, Jackie Ziernba, Gail
King, Linda Weber, Pat Schmidt, Karen Byrne, Linda
Glairon, Sharon Smith, Sandy Alexender, Karen Remy,
Pam Neff, Sandy Vohs, Barb Bonham. Second Row: Mr.
Thompson, Terrie Cooksey, Barb Ellerbeck, Mary Kaye
Byrne, Carol Graham, Sue Terveer, Chris Nash, Barb Part,
the choir puts on
of Bayless School District.
Public concerts including
the Christmas program
and Choir Night
a chance to display
their vocal talents.
Under the direction
of Mr. Thompson
the choir also attends
an annual festival
at which they are
other county schools.
Denise Vanek, Debbie Vie, Carol Sieitz, Donna Becker,
Jean Schaefer, Karen Murphy, Judy McFarland, Dairy
vveerer, Jeyee Litty, Margie Reeder, Ariane rhernven. there
Row: Chris Mezines, Mary Braydic, Carol Oebermann,
Marsha Machold, Cathy Lewis, Pat Quint, Paul Smith,
Mel Gausling, Don Mignerone, Steve Kratzer, Steve Eccher,
Bill Rake, Eric Abrams, Dennis May, Judy Hill, Carol
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Fourth now: Joyce Wooldridge, Carol Beg, Virkuy Boehm,
Joann Sauer, Ron Vanllees, Jim Jones, Charlie Crouther,
CW' Derrrrae Feist, Jarrr Jackson, Kev Sims, George svorfe, Vance
Swinging music was provided
throughout the year
by the Senior Stage Band.
The Stage Band
at several basketball games,
of the Patrons Associations,
and various other social
and extra-curricular activities
Quill Pill siroerrorrrr, Roy Kreutz, Marcus Boleh, Chuck Errrrrrerregger,
if fnfwif rom Fitzgerald, Greg soon, John Lydon, Jerry Cuba, Jack
May, Judy Hill. CW: Scott,
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piano. Middle Row: Kevin Sims, Mike Quint, Vance Straumann, Kiehnmconductor,
As students meet and accept the day-to-day responsibilities
of class work, term papers, and book reports,
the routine of school life becomes for them
a dull and lusterless existence.
The long, intricate process of learning breeds boredom,
aswell as a feeling of restless tension.
In order to alleviate the pressure of education
and to give students and faculty a brief respite
from the demands of learning,
school groups sponsor various activities throughout the year.
Whether the activity is a basketball game,
a dance, a play, or the Prom,
its purpose is the same:
to give students a pause,
a moment to refresh before renewing efforts to acquire knowledge.
Sometimes the activities are prepared and planned
for weeks or months in advance.
Yet, more often they are instantaneous,
"spur of the moment" things,
like a pleasant conversation at lunch
or the bustle of an after-school walk to a waiting bus.
Though classes are essential to mental growth,
outside activities are also important to the human spirit,
for such moments of enioyment are the foundation of memories
that will endure a lifetime,
a lifetime during which we recall ioyfully,
through the midst of time and sadness, A Vision of Activities.
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Senior Renee Boughmun enjoys friendly conversation and u iuicy apple
during lunch hour. V
Avoiding construction obstacles, students wal
on cool full afternoons.
Fall Months Bring New Styles
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became accustomed to painters and construction
problems. Phil Hendricks looks "ted-up" with the whole Idea during a pie-eatlng
contest held at the Sadie Hawkins Dance,
ond Situations to BHS
Freshman Ben Kloepper and Sophomore Jim Clemens were
among the underclassmen who shocked BHS students with
new styles in the full of '67,
"Gramps" ,colds Ricky rom. U, Pud took, on in 0 sccne tram
"on Borrowed Mme."
Sneaky Filch takes the lust long ride up Main Street in Gopher
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Marlene Schimmer and Lindo Heiler lake u well-deserved res? during K.P. duly at the Pancake
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Bob Koen and Mr. Craddock discuss complications of the Journ-
alism booth, one of the many activities sponsored at the gala
Student Council Carnival.
Short sleeves become proper attire for leaving school, as March
brings on early spring.
Spring Performances and Preparations
Students and parents alike enjoy the pleasant atmosphere
of the Sports Banquet, held in honor of BHS athletes.
Sophisticated seniors, Kathy Kraus, Diane Fleddermann, and
Madelyn Westlake enliven their outside study halls with a
strenuous game of Chinese iump rope.
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iudenfs were evident during Q festive evening of
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Festive Prom Climf
The Junior-Senior Prom,
held in the Mayan Ballroom,
Bel Air East Motel,
provided memories as
' "Eternal as the Sun."
An exotic atmosphere
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ments prior to lining up for the canrrnenrernenr program.
aginning and an End-for the Class of 1967
The Graduating Class
was the largest ta graduate
in the history of Bayless.
One Hundred Eighty-Four
became young adults
on the evening of
June the Second
and took with them
Memories of Bayless High School
On behalf ol the Bayless Board of Education, Mr. James Fox, Jr.
board president, awards the diplomas and offers his cangrairrlaaians
to the Class al 1967.
The Oracle Staff wishes to thank these rnemb
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toward the publication of this yearboo
Roy's Barber Shop
Dr, S. Hendricks
Artistic Floor Tile
Dr. Earl L. Dick, Optometrist
Liebers Gas Station
House of Dollman
Garner's Tom'Boy Market
The Donut House
Gus Berry's Mobile Service
J. Bitter Class of '61
ers of the community who contributed
A special thank you is extended to the Senior Class of T967 f
generous contribution to this year's ORACLE
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