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VBEAVER TALES Published By the Senior Class of Eau Claire High School Eau Claire, MichiganANNUAL STAFF FRONT ROW: Pat Partridge, Donna First, Busi- ness Manager; Nancy Peters, Editor; Karen Wedel, Assistant Editor; Sis Forrester, Carol McClure, Barbara Freehling. BACK ROW: Ron Weber, LeRoyce Forrester; Mr. Higgins, Spon- sor; Ron Reed, Gary Easton. FOREWORD We, the Annual Staff of 1960, present this yearbook in the hope that you will derive enjoyment from it and appreciate the amount of time spent in preparing this book for you.DEDICATION In appreciation, we, the Class of 1960, dedicate this Beaver Tales to Mrs. McNeely who has made our last year of high school the happiest of our lives. We have taken our problems to her and she has always been ready to aid us in any possible way. Not only has she shared our sorrows but our joys. She-has given of her time and effort to guide us along the path to becoming better people. This is just a small token to show our gratitude. Although we as a nation have always been keenly interested in our schools, the launching of Sputnik’ made everyone especially aware of the importance of education. We are beginning to realize that the very existence of our country and its form of government may well depend on our Educational System. Therefore let each Community resolve to furnish its youth with the facilities and personnel so that each one can have the opportunity of developing his powers to his fullest extent--it is only by giving our youth its opportunity that our country can maintain its rightful place in this space-age. Alfons Wier Superintendent A PRINCIPAL’ DREAM .That some Students will do outstanding things. Achieving name and fame, .that all students will live a worthwhile life and have a worthwhile mind, .that their town becomes the best on earth, most free from hate and crime, .because these students came to school here for a few year’s time. Rex Myas PrincipalUOl}V }SlUllupy - P ■ - W' - L UUI«I|0 i A J J J TTiTf'l} -JTi y m--r]srr. IMildred Kirk, Secretary Mrs. Jack Rhodes, President Mrs. Ed Holle, Treasurer BOARD OF EDUCATION FRONT ROW:Alfons Wier, Superintendent, Ed Holle, President. STANDING: Gilbert Eastman, Treasurer, John Burbach, Trustee; Lawrence Kes- terke. Trustee; John Schadt, Secretary.NORMAN LAMBERT, Government, Sociology, U. S. History, Guidance; LAVINA KAMRADT, Seventh Grade; ELEANOR STUMP, Biology, History, Science; EMILY MC NEELY, English, Art, Gym; RITA ANDRUS, English, Library; MARIAN SUNDSTROM, English, Grade Music; MARK GREEN, Math- ematics. BACK ROW: HERVEY HIGGINS, Commercial, Spanish; DAVID REY- NOLDS, History, Mathematics, Coach; BOB VANDERVEEN, Industrial Art, Coach; JIM METRESS, Science, History, Coach; DEWAIN ZERBE, Choir, Band; ARTHUR KIEL, Commercial, Coach. ? h—i'f---r —v - MAXINE MINSHAL, Sixth Grade; PATRICIA SWONK, Second Grade; MILDRED KIRK, Fourth Grade; BEULAH LYBROOK, First Grade; KATHLEEN MILLER, First’Grade; BACK ROW: SYLVIA COY, Kindergarten; WILLIAM FRICKE, Fifth Grade, Principal: IDA AXELSON, Third Grade. FACULTYBUS DRIVERS William Bartels George Seymour Gene Michael Ted Merrill Mrs. Churchill Wilford Zimmerle William Mueller Guy Churchill CUSTODIANS CAFETERIA WORKERS Mrs. Tillie Bartels Mrs. Ruth Billings KSENIOR CLASS OFFICERS Joyce Baiers, Vice President; Pat Partridge, President; Jack Martinic, Student Council; Bob Kanizar, Student Council; Doris Forrester, Reporter; Nancy Peters, Treasurer; Donna First, Secretary.JOYCE BAIERS One dozen roses and I'll be good. CLARENCE BAILEY Generally speaking a woman is---gen- erally speaking. JERRY BENNETT His slowness of speech does not in- dicate slowness of action. CAROL BINGHAM Romeo, O Romeo! Wherefore art thou ? JACK BROOKS Some think the world was made for fun and frolic-so do I. GARY EASTMAN He's certain to be seen wherever fun and mischief beam. GARY EASTON He may not be a Ford, but he can sure rattle on. JIM ERTMAN If there isn't any- thing to do, let me do it. ALLEN FIETZ I believe in work, but I'm not in favor of it. DONNA FIRST Personality plus and intellectual mind, a nicer girl you cannot find. DORIS FORRESTER Chattering always and giggling too, when you're around Sis , you can’t be blue. LE ROYCE FORRESTER His eyes spell mis- chief, his smile spells Hi! we all like him, he's one swell guy. BARBARA FREEHLING Whatever is worth doing at all, is worth doing well. NANCY FREEMAN Beware! I might yet d o something sensational. DAVID HARTWIG He changes hair oil every twenty minutes. DON HERMAN A young man who blushes is better than one who turns pale. VIRGINIA HERTER She fills her place in life as no one else can. FRANK JAMES Have a good time while you're living, you'll be dead along time! BOB KANIZAR Worry little, study less; That's my idea of happiness. JUNE KNIEBES It's nice to be nat- ural when you're naturally nice. JACK MARTINIC The combined qual- ities of a man and an athelete. CAROL MC CLURE Sugar and spice and everything nice; one of these days she'll be sprinkled with rice. JERRY MOORE Women disturb me not. JIM NANCE All that I've learn- ed, I've forgotten, and all that I know, I've guessed. PAT PARTRIDGE She knows them all from out of town, she's one Senior who gets around. JANEY REYES Pretty to walk with, fun to talk with, nice to think about too. JANET RODELL Her heart is like a trolley; always room for one more. DEANNA ROSENTRETER She's always ready and willing for a good time. DIANE ROSENTRETER The way to have a friend is to be a friend. ROLAND SCHRAM I'm a smart guy but I have a hard time convincing anyone. KEN SCOGGINS The time is dull, but I shall sharpen it. VICTOR SELLS He could be moved to smile at any- thing. GEORGE SKIBBE Oh! They're mak- ing a wild man out of me. BILL SMITH No need for an introduction; every- body knows me. CLAUDE STREET A man not after every worn an's heart. WALTER TUCKER I'll study if I feel like it, and I won't if I don't; I'll pass if I can, if I can't I won't. CHARLOTTE WEAVER A quiet tongue shows a wise head. FRED WEBER I don't think I am good looking but what's my opinion against the rest of the world. RON WEBER I don't know any- thing about anything yet, but I'll soon find out. EUNIC WELCHE Let thy words be few. HENRY WRIGHT T hinking is the hardest word there is. LARRY ZIELKE When there is mis- chief brewing, he is doing the stirring. SHARON ZIELKE She hath a tongue with a tang. LINDA ZIMMERLE Her friends are many, her foes- are there any? JOAN ZINN Life is what you choose to make it. JUNIORS JUNIOR CLASS OFFICERS Sandra Bekkering Secretary Ruthann Ober Vice President Sharon Rosentreter Student Council Karen Wedel Parlimentarian Richard Bradford Student Council Carole Kaiser Treasurer Neil Khuns President loan Guertel Reporter Diane Adams John Adams Karen Anstiss Martin Bailey Dennis Baird Sandra Bekkering Velma Benson Mary Bergeron Larry Boelcke Richard Bradford Harry Chronister Sue Coffinger Joyce Crowder David Dewey Earl Dohm Joann Douglas Mel Enders Roy Farmer James Faulkner Ron Friske Ron Grove Joan Guertel Nancy Hart Melody Hartline Carole Hartwig Connie Hewitt Vernon Holle Carole Kaiser Eugene Kesterke Neil Kuhns Sponsor - SOMMER INSURANCE AGENCY Floyd SommerCarolyn Lakey Joan McCarthy Larry McLaughlin Marian Merrill Bobby Miller Glen Moore Ruthann Ober Fred Oppenhuisen James Osterman Joel Patterson David Peppel Ken Pica Larry Polashak Mary Preston Sandy Prillwitz Dean Radke Marilyn Radke Michael Rapp Carol Rock Robert Rodell Sharon Rosentreter Delores Ruff Eugene Sapp Douglas Schlipp Rachel Shannon Mary Sieradzki Judy Smith Lynn Smith Bill Taylor Judy Thallman Lanny True Carol Uebler Melvin Vandygriff Kay Waldrop Lucille Walker Teresa Warsko Pat Weaver Jeri Winney Delbert Wolf Sally Zech Linda Zielke Karen Wedel Larry SoursSOPHOMORES SOPHOMORE CLASS OFFICERS Beverly Allen Reporter Dennis Radke Student Council Vicki Starrier Student Council John Coon President Karen Garlanger Secretary Mike Vladic Vice President Sharon Ertman Treasurer Beverly Allen Ioma Allen Ernest Bain Alice Barnhart Sonne Baughman Jim Billings Lois Braathen Jean Casey George Cole George Conkin Linda Cook John Coon Louis DeGraff Connie Dickson Jean Dings Donna Enders Sharon Ertman William Forrester Margaret Freehling Karen Garlanger Jeanette Goodlow Kenneth Grove Diaster Henry Naomi Higgs Janet Holle Marilyn Holle Arvie Humphries Kathy Ickes Leon Ingleright Shirley KendallPeggy King Willie King Judy Lakey Edyith Layman Margaret Lehman Mattie McAfee Shirley Martin Kay Merritt Don Miller William Mitchell Joyce Molter Donna Moore Greg Osterman Peter Paul Larry Prillwitz Phyllis Putman Dennis Radke Heidi Reipert Roger Root Lewis Rosenbaum Joyce Rumbaugh Richard Russell Rosalea Sapp Nancy Seadon Judy Sells Donald Shively Kenneth Snow Vicki Starner Robert Street Sharon Stubelt Mike Vladic Jim Vosburgh Eddie Walker Michael Wells Victor Wenzlaff Margaret Wheeler Bill Whisenant Ida Wilson Eugene Wright qn D j-h - k ■W J n A wV. K . Jrl J - w % i ■ •t- FRESHMEN FIRST ROW: C. Knapp, H. Fleming, R. Brant, C. Barnhart, M. Vylonis. SECOND ROW: L. Feagles, B. Martinic, N. Wolf, D. Waldrop, J. Miller, S. Weber, B. Sui- le nder, N. Wilson, L. Meyer, F. Jones, R. Bishop, L. Braathan, D. Skibbe. THIRD ROW: K. Mattner, R. Cullun, S. Bain, S. Vickery, J. Strong, B. Elliot, J. Briney, R. Orpert, G. Holts, Z. Watson, M. Walker, D. Kimball. FOURTH ROW: W. Brant, J. Vandygriff, J. Prillwitz, V. Grey, W. Saetre, T. Stevens, J. Mavis, D. Bennett, D. Mitchell, C. Tollas, C. Pagels, R. Cooks, J. Lawerence. FIFTH ROW: S. Faur- ote, S. Easton, S. Hosbein, C. Wanbaugh, E. Bujack, C. Weir, L. Conkin, J. Haditz, R. Kesterke, J. Mosier, R. Hirsch, J. Schaub. SIXTH ROW: S. Keene, C. Hartle- rode, P. McLaughlin, C. Polashak, C. Lawrence, L. Nace, E. Dillion, C. Odell, K. Paul, K. Baiers, P. Martinic, S. Andres, N. Wilkerson. SEVENTH ROW: J. Grabemeyer, M. Pompey, W. Frank, L. Shadt, D. Marquis, J. Wedel, M. Jones, D. Nevins, T. Keller. R. Nimtz, B. Ober, V. Bradford. EIGHTH ROW: B. Schilling, W. Pompey, P. Dejanovich, J. Dejanovich, J. Rakauski, S. Bailey, A. Brookins, D. Zimmerle, C. Archer, F. Griffin, L. Savich, J. Hass, R. Karchunas. Sponsor - MARK'S GROCERYEIGHTH GRADE FIRST ROW: W. Rodell, J. Holts, S. Burbach, C. Radke, M. George, D. Coffinger, D. Preston, A. Wilson, B. King. SECOND ROW: J. Demski, S. Passmore, B. Wagner, M. Morris, J. Wagner, N. Chronister, M. Mitchell, P. Anstiss. THIRD ROW: M. Stansberry, L. Paustian, L. Benson, F. Bingham, J. Cole, R. Staley, J. Kesterke, J. Likes, J. Cole. Sponsor - EAU CLAIRE PACKING COMPANYSEVENTH GRADE FIRST ROW: A. Molter, B. Juroff, H. Hirsch, D. Donnellan, G. Blaylock, I. Cohen. SECOND ROW: L. Skibbe, M. Brookins, L. Jones, H. Guenther, B. Disterheft, L. Morris. THIRD ROW: M. McAfee, D. May, M. Sims, R. Enders.E. Street, B. Gray, E. King. FOURTH ROW: R. Weir, R. Fozzo, R. Demski, B. Sharpe, M. Prillwitz, A. Miller. FIFTH ROW: J. Vladic, S Rapp, R. Swisher, A. Stansberry, G. Arwood, M. George, V. Savich. Sponsor - MAC'S STANDARD STATIONActivitiesFUTURE HOMEMAKERS FIRST ROW: D. Kimball, N. Sedon, N. Freeman, L. Cook, D. Forrester, C. Bingham, J. Baiers, K. Ickes. SECOND ROW: S. Martin, J. Brant, B. Suliender, M. Sieradski, L.Braathan, J. Strong, B. Elliot, K. Mattner, S. Kendall, S. Bain, K. Paul, M. Lehman, S, Vickery, Mrs. Willis, Advisor. THIRD ROW: C. Hewitt, J. Holle, S. Weber, M. Burgereon, M. McAfee, R. Hirsch, S. Easton, C. Weir, J. Schaub, J. Haditz, R. Kesterke, S. Keene, P. McLaughlin. FIFTH ROW: I. Allen, I. Wilson, S. Andres, C. O’Dell, C. Hartlerode, C. Polashak, R. Sapp, N. Higgs, C. Lakey, D. Moore, J. Sells, J. Smith, E. Bujack, M. Wheeler. SIXTH ROW: E. Dillion, M. Chronister, D. Arter, K. Baiers, J. Winney, S. Hosbein, D. Enders, N. Wilkerson, S. Zech, P. Martinic, J. Rumbaugh, K. Anstiss, S. Prillwitz, S. Faurote, L. Nace. FUTURE FARMERS FIRST ROW: R. Reed, L. Rosenbaum, F. James, B. Smith, V. Holle, R. Grove, L. Boelke. SECOND ROW: D. Skibbe, B. Taylor, K. Grove, V. Bradford, J. Patterson, D. Zimmerle, V. Selis, T. Keller, B. Martnic. THIRD ROW: B. Ober, L. Souers, J. Boswell, L.Prillwitz. R. Shilling, A. Fietz, D. Radke, J. Osterman, J. Moore, Mr. Vucich, Advisor. FOURTH ROW: D. Radke. J. Coon, B. Forrester, R. Friske, S. Bailey, M. Vladick, R. Schram, E. Dohm. SPONSOR - BOWERMAN FUNERAL HOMECOMMERCIAL CLUB FIRST ROW: J. Crowder, Treasurer; D. First, Reporter; T. Warsko, Secretary; N. Peters, President; N. Khuns, Parliamentarian. SECOND ROW: Mr. Higgins, Advisor; L. Smith, C. Rock, C. Lakey, C. Weaver, K. Waldrop, C. Uebler, P. Partridge, Mr. Kiel, Advisor. THIRD ROW' H Reipert, J. Whinney, S. Prillwitz, N. Hart, S. Coffinger, J. Thalman, J. McCarthy, S Rosentreter, K. Anstiss. FOURTH ROW: S. Zielke, M. Chronister, S. Zech, D. Ruff, J. Kniebes, D. Rosentreter. M. Hartline, L. Zielke. FIFTH ROW: G. Eastman, D. Hartwig, F. Weber, H. Chronister, L. Zielke, B. Kanizar, R. Weber, G. Easton, D. Russell. VARSITY CLUB FIRST ROW- L Ro«er.bi3i. Street Council; J. Ermar., President, B. Kamzar. V dent- Mr Revnoids Advisor. SECOND ROW: L. Forrester, R. Reed. C. To—is. J t Print,« T D- U »rs G. B. Forrester. K. Pica. J. NUr nc. E. Dohm. M. Rapp, M. Vlai , G. ObbUb». FOCR i — 30 V. Holle. D. Radke.P. Dej—nwirV. J.Coon.F. James, 1— Zieike , B. siaiim. S. Ba ey. J. Bron4ts SPONSOR - BISHOP 66 STATIONLIBRARY CLUB FIRST ROW: K. Ickes, S. Kendall, S. Coffinger, S. Martin, S. Prillwitz, K. Garlanger, J. Smith, M. Lehman. SECOND ROW: N. Sedon, L. Zimmerle, C. Weaver, M. Sieradzki, J. Rum- baugh, D. Moore, M. Holle, C. Polashak, J. Sells, J. Dings, S. Baughman. THIRD ROW: Mrs. Andrus, Advisor; S. Zielke, B. Allen, K. Anstiss, L. Cook, M. Freehling, V. Starner, J. Douglas, L. Zielke, N. Freeman, S, Zech, J. Winney. FUTURE TEACHERS FIRST ROW: James Metress, Advisor; J. McCarthy, Secretary; K. Wedel, Librarian; L. Forrester, Vice-President; D. First, Treasurer; B. Freehling, President. SECOND ROW: H. Reipert, M. McAfee, R. Reed, M. Freehling. N. Peters, Reporter; N. Kuhns, E. Bujach, V. Herter. THIRD ROW: K. Ickes, N, Higgs, J. Guertel, K. Kaiser, J. Coon, V. Starner, M. Holle, P. Martinic, J. Casey. SPONSOR - KEN’S GRILLSTUDENT COUNCIL FRONT ROW: R. Kesterke, K. Garlanger, Secretary; C. Kaizer, Reporter; B. Smith, Presi- dent; J. Coon, Parliamentarian; N. Peters, Treasurer; N. Khuns, Vice-President. SECOND ROW: Mr. Myas, Advisor; J. Schaub, K, Ickes, K. Baiers, P. Partridge, V. Starner, S. Rosen- treter, J. Dings. THIRD ROW: L. Rosenbaum, D. Radke, J. Martinic, J. Ertman, B. Kanizar, R. Bradford, L. Boelke. NEWSPAPER STAFF FIRST ROW: E. Welch, D. Rosentreter, C. McClure. SECOND ROW: J. Thalman, S. Rosentreter, G. Eastman, C. Weaver, J. Zinn. THIRD ROW: W. Tucker, E. Bain, M. Chronister, Mr. Kiel, Advisor. SPONSOR- EAU CLAIRE RESTAURANTBAND FIRST ROW: R. Kesterke, C. Weaver, K. Anstiss, J. Schaub, D. Arter, H. Reipert. SECONC ROW: J. Osterman, J. Faulkner, L. Smith, R. Staley, L. Braathan, S. Easton, G. Eastman, D. Peppel, M. Chronister, M. Wheeler, D. Schlipp, W. Rodell, J. Strong, S. Andres. THIRD ROW: S. Faurote, S. Ertman, J. Briney, C. Polashak, J. Douglas, G. Osterman.V. Holle, Mr. Zerbe, Director; F. Oppenhisen, L. Polashak, L. Boelcke. LETTER CARRIERS MAJORETTESMIXED CHORUS FIRST ROW: G. Holts, Z. Watson, M. Walker, C. Martin, J. Reyes, M. Bergeron, J. Smith, E. Bujach, R. Hirsch, J. Molter, M. Sieradzki, S. Easton, J. Strong, J. Dings, D. Kimball, Mr. Zerbe, Choir Director. SECOND ROW: N, Sedon, B. Allen, S. Baughman, J. Holle, C. Lakey, C. Hewitt, L. Zimmerle, J. Winney, D. Ruff, S. Zielke, J. Rumbaugh, P. Partridge, D. Arter, L. Zielke, N. Higgs, S. Andres. THIRD ROW: R. Sapp, J. Zinn, N. Peters, K. Baiers, M. Pompey, D. Russell, K. Grove, M. Rapp, J. Coon, L. Zielke, F. Weber, D. Zimmerle, D. Pompey, P. Weaver, V. Benson, M. Holle, J. Rodell. SPANISH CLUB FRONT ROW: K. Ickes, Treasurer; K. Garlanger, Secretary; H. Reipert, Mr. Higgins, Advisor; V. Starner, President; M. Hartline, Parliamentarian; K. Antiss. SECOND ROW: R. Ober, R. Kesterke, S. Faurote, J. Schaub, C. Wanbaugh, C. Polashak, A. Humphries. THIRD ROW: B. Mitchell, G. Wright, Vice-President; B. Rodell. NOT SHOWN: J. Casey, D. Enders, J. Haditz, J. Mosier, S. Prillwitz. SPONSOR- ASHLEY FORDQUEEN LEFT TO RIGHT: S. Vickery, K. Ickes, S. Rosentreter, V. Herter, D. Forrester, B. Kanizar, B. Smith. HOMECOMING LEFT TO RIGHT: B. Kanizar, D. Forrester, V. Herter, S. Rosentreter, K. Ickes, S. Vickery. DANCEBASEBALL TALES OF THE BASEBALL TEAM Coach Bob Vanderveen's Eau Claire Beavers experienced a poor season as they were faced by a very tough conference schedule with few returning lettermen. They gained much experience and are looking forward to a very successful season this year with almost the entire squad returning. TOP ROW: Ron Weber, Frank Conkin, Coach Vanderveen, Vern Stubelt. SIDE: Lewis Rosenbaum, Rich Bradford. BOTTOM: Frank Wheeler, Earl Dohm, Don Miller.FIRST ROW: J. Patterson, V. Stubelt, D. Miller, L. Souers, M. Rapp, G. Conkin. STANDING: F. Wheeler, L. Forrester, L. Rosenbaum, F. Conkin, Coach Vanderveen, R. Bradford, J. Coon, R. Weber, E, Dohm. TOP: Rich Bradford, Leroy Forrester. SIDE: John Coon, Mike Rapp. BOTTOM: Larry Souers, George Conkin, Ron Weber, Joel Patterson.TRACK TEAM STANDING: Rich Bradford, Vern Holle, Dennis Radke, Dave Reynolds, Coach, Ron Radke, John Warsko, Earl Dohm. SEATED: Pete Korelich, Dean Radke, Larry Prillwitz, Larry Souers, George Cole.BASKETBALL TEAM FIRST ROW: Earl Dohm, Rich Bradford, Larry Polashak, John Coon, Larry Boelke. SECOND ROW: Dennis Baird, Manager; Mike Rapp, Jack Brooks, Dennis Radke, Mr. VanderVeen, Coach; Bill Smith, Vernon Holle, Ron Reed, Dean Radke. Mr. VanderVeen, Coach Mike Rapp Bill Smith Dean RadkeBASKETBALL TALES OF THE BASKETBALL TEAM The Beavers got off to a slow start in their 1959-60 season by dropping their first contest with New Buffalo on their home court. The next week they traveled to New Troy where they picked up their first victory of the season. After this victory, things really looked good for the Beavers, but the following Friday they dropped a very close game to the Bridgman Bees. The Beavers then participated in the Holiday Tournament at St. Joseph where they finished in fourth place by defeating the St. Joe Ponies in the first contest. After the tournament the Beavers went into a long losing streak. In every one of these games they have played very good ball in the first half, leading most of the time, only to fall apart in the second half. We are very proud of the boys, because through all the losing, they never stopped trying. FRONT ROW: D. Marquis, L. Schadt, C. Tollas, V. Bradford, L. Rosenbaum, J. Rakauski. STANDING: Coach Kiel, J. Dejonavich, B. Forrester, R. Root, P. Dejonavich, E. Walker, L. Savich, M. Vladic, W. Frank, Manager. J V BASKETBALL TEAM Donna Kimball, Susan Andres, Judy Haditz, Jean Dings, Captain. GOLF TEAM FIRST ROW: Jim Crowder, Kit Molter, Tom Robinson, Ron Reed. SECOND ROW: Mike Rapp, Mick Hart, Dewain Zerbe, Coach, Don Schlegel, Ed Robinson, Gary Easton.FOOTBALL TEAM FRONT ROW: Coach Metress, D. Radke, R. Farmer, Coach Reynolds, J. Patterson, L. Forrester, Coach Vanderveen. SECOND ROW: C. Tollas, L. Souers, J. Martinic, L. Rosenbaum, B. Forrester, K. Pica, B. Kanizar, R. Reed. BACK ROW: B. Smith, F. James, L. Zielke, T. Bingham, J. Ertman, J. Coon, D. Radke, N. Kuhns, R. Bradford. Coach Vanderveen Coach Reynolds Coach MetressFOOTBALL TALES OF THE FOOTBALL TEAM The Eau Clair Beavers, under the able guidance of Coach Dave Reynolds, suffered a trying season as several starters were injured early in the season. Despite these injuries the team played heads up ball and maintained a high morale throughout the season, of which we are very proud. TOP ROW: Frank James, Ken Pica, Richard Bradford. SIDE: Bob Kanizar, Joel Patterson. BOTTOM: Jack Martinic, Larry Souers, Dean Radke.LEFT TO RIGHT: J. Dings, K. Garlanger, C. Kaiser, M. Hartline, N. Sedon, D. Forrester, Captain. CHEERLEADERS LEFT TO RIGHT: D. Forrester, Captain; K. Garlanger, C. Kaiser, M. Holle. Sponsor - EAU CLAIRE PACKING COMPANYAdvertisingSPONSORS CHARLES BEIL MILLBURG RED AND WHITE STORE INDIAN LAKE GOLF COURSE THAYER PAPER COMPANY ERNIE'S BARBER SHOP PETE'S GAMBLES STORE EAU CLAIRE CLEANERS CLUPPER'S ORCHARD THE ENDERS COMPANY BETSY LEES BAKE SHOP AND GROCERY ALLEN HEMINGER'S STYLECRAFT UPHOLSTERING COMPANY KEN'S GRILL ROHRING CLOTHING COMPANY KLINE'S DEPARTMENT STORE HAL'S CLOTHING STORE PAULINE AND GERALD WEDEL CROSSMAN'S GROCERY ALCOTT'S FARM SUPPLY FIVE CORNERS GARAGEBest Wi shes to the Graduating Class of I960 from AUTO SPECIALTIES MANUFACTURING CO. Benton Harbor St. Joseph Hartford iindsor, CanadaBest Wi shes for Continued Success to the Graduating Class of I960 from NEHI-ROYAL CROWN BOTTLING COMPANY 1202 Territorial Road P.0. Box 383 Benton Harbor Michigan Phone WA 6-9895CONGRATULATIONS TO THE CLASS OF I960 Eau Claire, Michigan The first requisite of a good citizen in this Republic of ours is that he shall be able and will- ing to pull his weight. 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