Edwards County High School - Edwardian Mirror Yearbook (Albion, IL)

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 Edwards Senior High School Presents THE EDWARDIAN 1971 Edwards Co. Community Unit District No. 1We Dedicate To a Real Secretary NOTICE! I am a Secretary We, the Edwardian Staff, wish to dedicate the 1971 Edwardian to Mrs. June Belt. She is the wife of Mr. Howard Belt, has three sons, Bruce, Brian, and Byron, and resides in Bone Gap, Illinois. June has been employed at ECHS since October, 1965. She enjoys her work very much, mainly because there is always something different happening. She likes mostly being around teenagers -- to help in any way she can and to hear what they have to say. Some of her favorite hobbies include sewing, reading, and most of all camping. With this dedication we extend our best wishes to June for many happy years to come. All I have to do is: Look like a girl Think like a man Act like a lady and Work like a dog!! Two Table of Contents Faculty.......................................................6 Freshmen.....................................................16 Sophomores ..................................................24 Juniors......................................................32 Seniors......................................................40 Organizations................................................75 Athletics ...................................................95 Activities..................................................107 Advertising.................................................117 ThreeThis Is the Year That Four three Data Processing machines, two key punch and a sorter, were installed for better education and to give Mr. Calhoun another trying hour. Photos Courtesy of SpectatorNancy Bunting was crowned 1971 Homecoming Queen; escorted by Jim Lear, the Drama Club "Checked their Worries" with a lively presentation. Mary McCurdy and Bill Denham were crowned Christmas Queen and King for 1971, Photos Courtesy of West Salen Advocate Spectator FiveADMINISTRATIONEdwards County School Administrators Mrs. Vera Graham, Secretary to the Super- intendent with her assistant. Assistant Superintendent with County Superintendent Mr. Chester Gillette.Mr. Hart OUR PRINCIPAL ACULTY Mrs. Belt, SECRETARY Mr. Abendroth Biology; Advanced Biology Mr. Brandt French 1,11; English IV Mrs. Bunting Algebra I; Geometry Nine-I Mr. Calhoun-Typing I, Offset Printing, Spectator, Bookkeeping, Golf. Mr. Clodfelter-Algebra II, Guidance, Math Analysis. Mr. Dawkins-English III B and A, English I A, Drama. Mrs. DeMarco-English I A,B,C, Remedial English.Mr. Hendren-Farm Mechanics, Farm Electronics, Agriculture 1,11, On-the-Job Training.Mrs. Pollard-County Librarian. Mr. Pollock-Science 1, Agri- culture 1,11, Vocational Ag. Twelve Mr. Prater-American His- tory, Sociology, Eco- nomics. Mrs. Saxe-Home Eco- nomics I,II,III,IV, Future Homemakers of America. Mr. Speir-lndustrial Arts III, Drafting, Power Mechanics. Mrs. Ta y I o r-G iris' Physical Education, Cheerleaders, Pep Club. Mrs. Whitehead-Shorthand, Typing II, Office Pro- cedures, Business English, Office Practice, Spectator. Mr. Wallace-Band, Music Appreciation, Chorus. Mr. Whitehead-Typing I, General Business, Ath- letics. Fourteen Your Students Salute YouMrs. Denbo-Guidance Assistant. 1 Mrs. Wo ods-L i brary Assistant. COOKS, left to right: Mrs. Copley, Mrs. Hortin, Mrs. Allison. Mr. Medler, Maintenance. FifteenSixteenmmmm FRESHMEN SeventeenWe are the small creatures that invade the high school, often overlooked, be- cause of our enormous size. We are the people who get the blunt of most pranks. We are the ones lost in a maze of cor- ridors and rooms asking everyone where this is and where that is. We are the ones who stand amazed at a Senior's unimaginable intellect. We are the ones who first break down the barrier of school integration. We are proud of our class, our school, our hopes, and our dreams. We are future Seniors! Pat Ahlfield David Bare Micki Bennett Freshman Class Officers-Front Row (L to R): Debbie Sawyer, Kathy Smith, Student Council; Laura McCurdy, Reporter; Tonya Mason, Treasurer. Back Row (L to R): Roger Frankland, Vice-President; David Summers, Student Council; Tony Compton, President; Sandy Copley, Secretary. RESHMEN Robert Bare Bruce Belt Janice Bare Eighteen Kevin Berger Sam Billingsley Mitzi Bostick Barbara Bristow Patty BrockShirley Troy Dwayne Melody Dennis Kim Bunnage Bunting Carwile Chapin Clark Clodfelter Jack Rhonda Colbert Compton Sandy Cindy Copley Davenport Shannon Dinelle Flickinger Frankland Tony Larry Compton Cooper Van Carson Doty Everett Roger Frankland Jana Garman Randy Bill Marsha Dena Gawthorp Giese Giese Gill NineteenCheryl Stacy Susan Rory Neil Diane Gillard Gillard Ginther Goble Goodwin Greathouse Kathie Grimes Darryll Hall Kenneth E. Harris "Are we ever going to win this game?" Kenneth R. Harris Ronnie Gil Harris Hedrick Robert Hoeszle Art Carolyn Mike Holley Hortin Howard Debbie Janet Earl Vicki Jim Billy Huff Hulfachor Ibbotson Johnson Kaericher King TwentyNolan Mary Ann Doug Don Mike Judy King Knakmuhs Knight ollak Kortge Kuykendall Tonya Kim Cathy Lankford Latting Lear Danny Beverly Bruce Libke Lomas Longbons Freshmen Opinion Poll Favorite Girl's Name ■ Kathy Favorite Boy's Name - Mike Favorite Beverage - Coke Favorite Movie - "Angel in My Pocket" Favorite Song - "I'll Be There" Favorite Sport - Basketball Favorite TV Show - The Flip Wilson Show Favorite TV and Movie Personality • John Wayne Favorite Politician - Pres. Richard M. Nixon Margaret Rhonda Becky Luthe Lyle Marks Tonya Laura Marc Larry Max Roy Mason McCurdy Messman Mewes Michels Michels Twenty-OneBill Miller Freshmen are confident of a victory over Oblong. Teresa Moore Cary Danny Gary Della Kathy Loren Moudy Newport Qrr Pearson Perry Pollard Alicia Bruce Suzie Donnie Leslie Dee Powell Quinn Reisinger Rice Richards Rodgers Jeanann Greg Terry Debra Janet Roosevelt Root Runyan Sawyer Schwarzlose Class of Twenty-TwoBeth Bob Johnny Kathy Stanley Dennis Searby Shelby Smith Smith Smith Splittoriff Neil Tinkham Lesa Tribe Toni Vallette James Walker Gail Waters Debra Weisenberger George Wiseman Dale Woods if Rita Woods Mary Ann Woods Twenty-ThreeSophomores Twenty-FourSOPHOMORESTwo years are gone. Two years to go, Years of studying, Dodging spitballs. Running to classes. Talking to friends. Getting grade slips. Yelling at games, Watching the clock. Crowding in line. Going to parties, Years for us to live. To learn, and to grow. Sophomore Class Officers-Front Row: Mike Copeland, President; Jeff Wiley, Student Council. Second Row: Esther Green, Treasurer; Ann Wiseman, Secretary. Third Row: Kathy Abby, Vice President; Gayla Barnes, Student Council. Sophomore Class of 1973 Debra Abby Kathy Abby Twenty-SixMark Fred Randy Linda Neal John Atteberry Atterberry Bailey Bailey Balding Balding Gayla Patty Rodger Shirley Tom Dixie Barnes Baxter Beadles Beehn Bosecker Bostick Diane Kenny Dale Brock Bryan Bunting Ann Stan Patty Rick Janet Jim Bunting Bunting Byford Campbell Chalcraft Chitwood Twenty-SevenJan Jay Morris Cowling Crome Daniel Jill Randy Marilyn Shirley Doug David Doty Duncan Earhart Ellis Evans Ewing Jana Donna Debra Susan John Gary Fawkes Fishel Fisher French Gaither Galiher lvan Connie | ee Doyle Esther Jane Gaston Giese Greathouse Green Green Hedrick Twen ty-EightJerry Debra Larry Roger Melinda Kent Hedrick Holmes Hortin Hortin Hudson Huff Danny lie Clara Sharon Gary Jeannie Janet Jackson James Johnson Jones Kaericher Pat Ted Robert Steve Paula Arthur Keener Kelsey King King Kinkade Knackmus Sophomore Class of 1973 Alicia Gene Rick Knapp Kodak Kuykendall David Sharon Mike Janice Janet Nancy Lee Lee Lehman Leigh Lemke Libke Twenty-NineEd George Phyllis Darrell Kathy Jeff Lodwig Luthe Luthe Lynch Lynch Madden Jim Butch Terry Shirley Harvey Karla Marks McCluskey McDowell Meserole Michels Miller Lesa Randy Nash Nettleton Sophomore Class Opinion Poll Favorite Girl's Name • Michelle Favorite Boy's Name • John Favorite Beverage - The Uncola-7up Favorite Movie - "Easy Rider" Favorite Song - "Gypsy Woman" Favorite Sport - Basketball Favorite TV Show - The Immortal Favorite TV or Movie Personality • John Wayne Favorite Politician - Pres. Richard M. Nixon Mike Orrel Melva Jack Richie Penrod Perry Pettigrew Jim Wayne Carl Connie Karen Terri Piercy Pollard Porter Putt Quillen Robb ThirtyTim Roosevelt Joy Sample Eddie Schmittler Bill Nellie Paula Schuh Shafer Shaw Doug Short Nancy Strine Connie SI over Kathy Taylor Sherry Smith Kay Thomas Debbie Stover Mary Stremme Gary Stevens Sophomore Class of 1973 Wayne Debbie Bill David Janet Jill Thompson Totten Tribe Turpin Waters Weisenberger Sandra Jeff Tom Ann Mike Marion Wick Wiley Williams Wiseman Young Thomas Thirty-OneOnce a month the faculty gathers .. . and school dismisses an hour early. Happy Dancers Thirty - ThreeJunior Class Officers-First Row (L to R): Terry Harper, Treasurer; Phil Atteberry, Student Council; Jim Bennett, Student Council. Second Row: Billie Bailey, Student Council; Connie Wiseman, Secretary. Third Row: Linda Grimes, President; Carol Simms, Student Council. (Mona Holm, Vice President, not shown) The Junior Class Next to best, third from worst. Three years of fun and games. Three years of strife and pain. One more year to go - the worst is over. Loves a flourish, growing wild, We've all been touched for a little while. Some are sorry, others glad One more year - that's too bad! Thirty-FourJim Bennett Bert Bond Julie Bowen Richard Bowers Vicki Bristow Steve Brokaw It Rita Cash Bill Denham Debra Bunnage Lyndell Chalcraft Susan Doty Rex Bunting Janice Dunn Thirty-Five Vanita Bunting Don Compton Terry Elliott Karl Case Ed EllisSherry Sandra Garman Gawthorp Class of Robert Gentz David Glover Kim Goble Linda Rosie Randy Cindy Grimes Gumbrell Hal lam Harper Terry Harper Dawn Harris Paul Hedrick Rita Heil Mona Holm Kent Dale Brian Sherry 4 Horti n Ibbotson Johnson Thirty-Six Johnson Mike KeenerBill Mason Lee Luthe Janice Marks Donna Lynch Doug Krajec Terry Lambert Crystal Lenear Steve Long Mary Jane Lankford Steve Leveque Thirty-SevenRegena Lesa Mike Mary Bruce Mason Maccio McCorkle McCurdy McKibben Pat Chuck McKibben Meserole 'Thought you were sneakin' up on me, didn't you?" Juniors, Class of ’72 Tracy Messman Rusty Metcalf Bob Murphy Mike Murray Jerry Neal Andrea Neirenberg Richard Dianne Potter Rigg Marvin Root Thirty-Eight Kathy Russell Sheila Padgett Ronnie SampleBill Shelby Carol Bill Jim Simms Smith Smith Rebecca Smith Neil Speir Junior Class Opinion Poll Favorite Girl's Name - Michelle Favorite Boy's Name - Mike Favorite Beverage - Coke Favorite Movie - "Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid" Favorite Song - "I Think I Love You" Favorite Sport • Football Favorite TV Show - The Flip Wilson Show Favorite TV or Movie Personality • John Wayne Favorite Politician - Pres. Richard M. Nixon Janet Spray Kathy Spray Roberta Turpin Robert Connie Connie David Lee Waters Wiseman Wolfe Woods Woods Thirty-NineFortymmm SENIORS Forty-OneTHE SENIOR OF 1971 The end has come at last. We were so anxious to become Seniors; and now, before we had a chance to realize it, our time at E.C.H.S. is through. It came more quickly than we had planned or imagined, but we still have our memories. We laughed a lot, cried some, had a few bad times, but they were mostly good. The world ahead is strange and new, and a little bit frightening. But when we get lonely, we can always look back and say, with a touch of nostalgia, ''That Was the Year That Was". Senior Class Officers: Bob Bender, Vice President; Noland Thomas, Student Council; Rick Ethridge, Student Council; Donna Rude, Treasurer; Denise Mitchell, Student Council; Barb Lodwig, Student Council; Valerie Boewe, President; Kathy Provine, Secretary. Forty-TwoThis Will Be JENNIE WILLIAMS ASHBURN RUSSELL WAYNE BEADLES BEVERLY Y. BRINES ROY DALE BROCK Forty-ThreeDOUGLAS MANLEY BUNTING RAMONA JEAN CHAPPELL Seniors NANCY ELAINE BUNTING VIRGINIA LYNN CLARK RANDY KENT COPELAND KIMBERLY SUE CALHOUN KAREN JOYCE CLODFELTER TERRIE SUE COPLEY 71 Forty-FourFrom Friends With a Little Help DEBORAH LOUISE COWLING RODNEY WAYNE CROME kathy McDowell cowling DENNIS LYNN COWLING ERNEST EDWARD DUNCAN Forty-Five YVONNE ANN DOTY CAROL SUE EBLINSeniors RICKY DEAN ETHERIDGE LESLIE D. FRANKLAND THOMAS NEAL EVANS LARRY WAYNE FRYMAN MICHAEL JAMES GILL TERRY RAY GIESE 19 FRANK BENTLEY FISHER WADE ALLEN GILLARD 71 Forty-SixTeach Your Children Well JERRY RAYE GINTHER ALLEN E. GOODSON, JR. DEBRA ELAINE GREATHOUSE ROBERT ALAN GREEN DERINDA JEAN GOBLE JUDY JOHNSON GREATHOUSE SHERRY LYNN GRENINGER Forty-Seven THOMAS RAY GREATHOUSE TERRY SUE GRENINGERMARCIA CLARE HARMS WENDELL SCOTT HEDRICK, II CVNTHIS LOU HORTIN 19 Seniors STEVEN RAY HARVEY CHARLES EDWARD HOLLEY EDDIE HOWARD Forty-Eight BRUCE EDWARD HEADLEY CARL RAY HORTINBorn to Be Wild JAMES DEAN JENNINGS RANDY C. KING JANET LUCILLE KNAPP RODNEY ALAN INSKEEP DAVID ALLEN KEORTGE KATHY GAIL JOHNSON SHIRLEY RAYE KING Forty-Nine DARLA JEANNE KNACKMUS ANNA RAE KORTGEJAMES WILLIAM LEAR RICHARD DALE LOMAS DAVID WILLIAM MATTHES 19 Seniors CATHY LEE LEGRANDE CATHLEEN EWALD MARKMAN MARY RUTH McKIBBEN STEPHAN ARTHUR MESSMAN 71 BARBARA ANN LODWIG STEVEN ROBERT MARKS FiftyHe Ain’t Heavy DENISE MARIE MITCHELL CYNTHIS LYNN NASH RANDY DOUGLAS MOORE CATHY RAE PAINTER NANCY ROSE POWELL He’s My Brother DIXIE ELAINE MORRIS DONNIE ROY PERKINS Fifty-One MARY SUE POLLARD KATHRYN LYN PROVINEJANE LOUISE QUILLEN PHILLIP C. ROOSEVELT Seniors NANCY ANNETTE QUINN DONNA ELAINE RUDE WILLIAM OTISSEARBY MICHAEL ALLEN SHAW 71 JEAN MARIE RODGERS BILLY JOE SAWYER Fifty-TwoLet the Sun GENE R. SHEPHERD CHARLES NOLAN THOMAS RHONDA RAE SMITH LONNIE G. SPLITTORFF WILLIAM FRANCIS SNIDLE ANITA JEANNE SPRAY Fifty-Three Shine in KAREN EVANGELINE SMITH TONY RAY SPENCERBELVA ELAINE THOMPSON JACK ROY EUGENE WEBB ROBERT LEE WOOD Seniors DENNIS EUGENE TURPIN SHARON KAY WEISENBERGER JEANNETTA JANE YONDA Fifty-Four VICTORIA MARIE WAITE GALEN NEAL WISEMAN Special Students DONALD WRAY GILL PAULA KENT PRATHER STANTON KENT STENNETTDESIGN INTERPRETATIONS OAK LEAVES . . . Strength, Character, Power MASK, PALETTE, LYRE .. . Fine Arts STAR ... Merit, Guidance BOOK ... Education PEN ... Literature SCALES . .. History, Social Studies EAGLE . . . Freedom WINGED FOOT ... Sports and Physical Fitness Edwards Co. High Designs School Ring “The New Tradition” RING BAND ... Unity, School Spirit CHAIN ... Strength and Security RUBY STONE .. . Valor, Patriotism, Love SPINELLE STONE ... Truth, Sincerity BLACK ONYX STONE . . . Dignity, Wisdom AMETHYST STONE ... Sincerity PEARL STONE ... Purity, Sacrifice, WisdomSenior Poll MR. AND MISS SENIOR CLASS Wade Gillard, Cathy LeGrande The Class of Seventy One Chooses MOST SCHOOL SPIRIT Mike Gill, Denise MitchellMOST LIKELY TO SUCCEED Alan Green, Marcia Harms BEST MUSICIANS Kathy Provine, Bill Searby Classy Mates BIGGEST FLIRTS Jack Webb, Derinda Goble MOST TALKATIVE Bob Wood, Renita Dorman Fifty-SevenMOST ATHLETIC Rod Inskeep, Vicky Waite Swinging Senior BEST DANCERS Rod Crome, Rhonda Smith Fifty-Eight BEST ALL AROUND Les Frankland, Val BoeweCelebrities ... Top of the 1971 Poll BEST LOOKING Terrie Copley, Steve Messman Fifty-NineSenior Class Wills I, Jennie Ashburn, will my last year of high school to my sweet husband, Mike. I, Russell Bailey, will my ability to get caught at everything I do to Marc Messman. I, Anita Baker, will my ability to giggle 24 hrs. a day nonstop to Susan Schock. I, Russell Beadles, will my cracked football helmet and my Dick Butkus poster that goes in your locker to James Gordon Bennett, Jr. (Chip). I, Bob Bender, will to Mike Copeland and Tom Bosecker all the heavy percussion equipment and the fun times in the drum cubby hole. Also I will my superb Baritone singing voice to Mark Atteberry. I, Valerie Boewe, will Lesa Massie my ability to thoroughly enjoy the free life on Martha's Vineyard and all its beautiful people. I, Beverly Brines, will my ability to chase down boys (like I did Richard!) to any girl who wants it. (I don't need it anymore). I, Betty Brock, will my place in the office to my sister, Diane. I, Roy Brock, will all my drawings from drafting to "the one and only" Bill Mason. I, Doug Bunting, will the ability to get along with your advisor three hours a day to Randy Hallam (from time to time). I, Nancy Bunting, will the opportunity to work in the office, where one really gets to know what goes on to anyone who likes surprises. I, Kim Calhoun, will a set of earphones and one long- necked, swivel microphone from the language lab to Lesa Massie. I, Ramona Chappell, will my P.E. clothes and a can of Arrid extra-dry to Terry Elliot, use it well. I, Virginia Clark, will my ability to get a Fairfield guy to Sherry Johnson. I, Karen Clodfelter, will my 8 hr. girdle to Sharon James, (wear it in comfort.) I, Leon Compton, will my ability to get in trouble with Mr. Wallace to Conrad Scranton. I, Randy Cbpeland, will my ignorance for taking bookkeeping my junior year to anyone dumb enough to take it. Sixty I, Terrie Copley, will the title of Senior Sweat Hog to the one and only Mona Holm. Have fun Mona, and live up to that honorable title. I, Debbie Cowling, will my stinky (I!) P.E. locker no. 64, plus my Johnson Johnson baby powder to my "cuz" Tonya Mason. Use it well. I, Dennis Cowling, will nothing. We, Julie Cowling and Jeanne Rodgers, will our ability to do No-No’s and not get caught, to Marc Messman and Della Pearson. I, Kathy Cowling, will nothing. I, Rod Crome, will my ability to be a sheepherder and get the flock out on time to Steve Feldman, Steve Brokaw and Mona Holm. I, Renita Dorman, will my nickname "Squeaks", to Mona Holm. Pass it on Mona! We, Yvonne Doty and Vicki Waite, will our Contra Bass twins to any two big people who have big mouths and a lot of air. I, Buster Duncan, will my mustache to Randy Duncan. I, Carol Eblin, will my restless soul to the majestic halls of E.C.H.S. I, Rick Etheridge, will my ability to get along with a study hall teacher for two weeks and then have trouble the rest of the year to Mike Orrel; and my discus I lost in the bush to anyone who can find it. I, Tom Evans, will my ability to skip 8th period Heavy Equipment class at least 3 times a week to any dumb kid who wants to take a chance of getting caught. I, Frank Fisher, will my drinking ability to Butch McCluskey, he'll need it; my hair to Mr. Wallace, be- cause I won't be able to keep it after graduation. I, Les Frankland, will all able-bodied blonde, sopho- more girls to myself. I, Larry Fryman, will nothing. I, Sandy Giese, will my P.E. shorts to Jeanann Roose- velt and Cheryl Gillard. I think they'll last another year. I, Terry Giese, will my ability to drive a different car to school every time I drive to anybody that wants to buy that many cars.I, Mike Gill of sound mind and relatively sound body, will all the tartar sauce in my pockets to Linda Grimes. I, Wade Gillard, will my ability to spend fantastic sums of money on the fairer sex to anyone who can afford it. I, Tom Huchel, will my ability to get up and walk out of a class, to Bruce McKibben. I, Rod Inskeep, will nothing. I, James Jennings, will my gorgeous legs to Della Pearson. I, Jerry Ginther, will my love for this school to any I, Kathy Johnson, will my cheeseburger (my car) to person who is lost, lost. Becky Smith if it is still working. I, Derinda Goble, will to my brother, Kim, my ability to fight; and to my sister, Rory, all the boys I've taken away from her. Thanks Sis! I, Allen Goodson, will my ability to break bats with fluency and clarity to a future E.C.H.S. baseball player. I, Debbie Greathouse, will my great mathematical ability to anyone taking bookkeeping next year and one Alka-Seltzer machine to the cafeteria. I, Judy Greathouse, will all my shorthand notes to anyone who is crazy enough to take it next year. I, Tom Greathouse, will my 1948 "super six" to any- body who thinks he can drive it. I, Alan Green, will my math analysis book to anyone who can find it. I, Sherry Greninger, will Nellie Shafer all my movie star's photos. Take good care of them, Nel I may want them back. I, Terry Greninger, will my first name and all the confusion and misunderstanding it has given me through the years to any one who wants it. I, Marcy Harms, will all my chewing gum business and position as band librarian to Tracy Messman and Mona Holm. Take good care of them. I, Steve Harvey, will nothing. I, Bruce Headley, will nothing. I, Scott Hedrick, will to my brother, Gil, my seat in drafting unless one of the "guys" stole it. I, Charles Holley, will my fantastic spelling ability and great vocabulary to any soul that lacks these qualities. I, Carl Hortin, will my position as "main cheese" of the Ag. department to next year's FFA president. I, Cindy Hortin, will the ability to not understand anything in Chemistry to Judy Kuykendall. I, Eddie Howard, will nothing. I, David Keortge, will nothing. I, Randy King, will my ability to bowl to Mike Mc- Corkle, use it well. We, Shirley King and Ann Kortge will our ability to be cousins and still be friends to Robert King and Mike Kortge. I, Darla Knackmus, will my zipless junkyard of a purse to Becky Smith. Hint: don't carry anything of value. I, Janet Knapp, will to Kathy Perry my ability to hack four years of this jail house the same lousy way I had to!! Good Luck! I, Jim Lear, being of sound mind and body leave my library privilege to Mike Keener. I, Cathy Legrande, will my pierced ears to Sherry Garman who is afraid to get her own pierced. I, Barbara Lodwig, will to Mary Jane Lankford and Mona Holm my ability to fall off a bicycle while riding around West Salem square and get a con- cussion. Keep a tripping girls. I, Richard Lomas, will my ability of being undefeated in badminton to Big Red Runyun. I, Cathy Markman, will my ability to catch a husband to any girls who need it. I, Steve Marks, will my ability to bootleg and not get caught to Mike Orrel and Mona Holm. Ride 'er til she sinks! I, David Matthes, will my ability in drafting to Richard Potter. I, Mary Ruth McKibben, will my ability to drink Kool-Aid down in Home Ec. and get away with it to Rhonda Lyle. "Be Careful". I, Steve Messman, will to Woody Scranton my vast knowledge in the field of music. I, Denise Mitchell, will my back brace to Susan Schock, for times when she feels unstable. I, Randy Moore, will my body to the biology class. Sixty-OneI, Dixie Morris, will my purple notebook to Kathy Spray and Dawn Harris. I, Cindy Nash, will nothing to nobody, because I'm going to take it all with me. I, Cathy Painter, will myself and my two cats to Mike Keener. I, Donnie Perkins, will nothing. I, Mary Sue Pollard, will my ability to miss the honor roll by .2 for at least fourteen times without really trying to any ambitious student in Edwards County Senior High School. Good Luck! I, Nancy Powell, will my sloppy Home Ec. IV notes to Terry Elliot and Sandy Gawthorp. You have my best wishes in trying to figure them out. I, Kathryn Provine, will the doorknob to the per- cussion room to Mike Copeland, and Tom Bosecker. Don’t go in without it, you just might get locked in! It takes real skill to climb out the window. I, Jane Quillen, will to Becky Marks my outstanding ability to put up with my sister, Karen. May they always bear the title of the "Odd Couple". I, Nancy Quinn, will my ability to get along with Mrs. DeMarco and Mrs. Bunting to my brother, Bruce. I, Phillip C. Roosevelt, will the ability to file a penny down to the size of a dime to get a cheap coke from the coke machine to anyone who has a file. I, Donna Rude, will my ability to get treasurer of the Senior class to any junior who wants responsibility. I, Bill Sawyer, will my ability to make noise in P.E. and not get caught to Steve Brokaw. I, Carl Sawyer, will my ability to elude high au- thorities to Orbit Fishback and my ability to say touching words while holding a straight face to Melody Chapin. I, William Otis Searby, will my amazing ability to act stupid without really trying to Steve Leveque-hang in there, you'll make it yet. I, Michael Shaw, will the ability to make teachers cuss at me even though they have never cussed before, to Steve Brokaw. I, Gene Shepherd, will my driver's license to Mike Copeland so Connie won't have to drive on their dates. I, Barry Smith, will nothing. I, Karen Smith, will my ability to donate gum to the senior girls at the 5th period lunch table to any junior girl who wants it. I, Rhonda Smith, will to Mona Holm the ability to get bombed on graduation night with all the seniors. I, Willie Snidle, will my pair of finely crafted basket- ball shoes to Jay Yonda. I, Tony Spencer, will myself to Alicia Powell. I, Lonnie Splittorff, will nothing. I, Anita Spray, will my much used typing eraser to Nancy Strine and my rather "unique" voice to Esther Green. May they cause you both as much frustration as they caused me. I, Nolan Thomas, will anything to anybody who thinks they can get something out of nothing. I, Elaine Thompson, will my ability to sell 35 candy bars to Shirley Messerole and the money to Mrs. Goolsby. I, Dennis Turpin, will my rocking chair in advanced Physics to Dale Ibbotson. I, Jack Webb, will nothing. I, Sharon Weisenberger, will my shortness to Judy Kuydendall. I, Galen Wiseman, will my ability to sleep in class, get caught sometimes, but never kicked out, to any un- derclassman who thinks he is capable of doing so. I, Bob Wood, will my nimble guitar playing fingers to Stanley Smith. I, Jay Yonda, will my red cheerleading tights to Kim Calhoun and the ability to use them well!! Sixty-TwoSenior Activities Jennie Ashburn - GAA 1; FHA 2; Chorus 2,3; Pep Club 2,3,4. Russell Bailey • Football 3,4; Baseball Manager 3,4; Varsity Club 3,4. Anita Baker - Pep Club 1,3; Chorus 1,2,3; FHA 2,3. Russell Beadles • Football 4; FFA 1,2,3,4. Bob Bender - Band 1,2,3,4; Student Council 3; Pep Band 2,3,4; Chorus 2,3,4; Pep Club 2,3,4, Pres. 4; Drama Club 3.4, Sec. 4; FTA 2,3,4; Class Vice-Presi- dent 4; Boys’ Octette 3,4. Valerie Boewe - Pep Club 1,2,3,4; Band 1,2,3,4; FTA, Reporter 1; Drama Club 3,4, Treas. 3; Class President 4; Spectator 1,2,3; NHS 4; Student Council 2,3,4; Girls' Council 3,4. Beverly Brines - FHA; GAA; Chorus; Pep Club. Betty Brock - FHA 1,2,3,4. Roy Brock - Cross-Country 1,3,4; Track 3,4; FFA 3; Pep Club 4; Weightlifting 1,3,4. Doug Bunting - Basketball 1; Pep Club 3; FFA 1,2,3,4; Cross-Country 1; Drama Club 3. Nancy Bunting - FHA 1,2; Spectator 2; Student Secretary 3,4; Homecoming Queen 4. Kim Calhoun - FTA 1,2,3,4; GAA 1; Pep Club 1,2,3,4; Band 1,2,3; Pep Band 2,3; Clarinet Choir 2,3; Class Treasurer 2; Camera Club 2; Majorette 3; Stu- dent Council 3,4, Vice-Pres. 4; Spectator 4; Drama Club 3,4; NHS 4. Ramona Chappell Virginia Clark - Pep Club 1; Chorus 1,2,3; FHA 2,3; GAA 1,2,3,4, Pres. 4. Karen Clodfelter - FHA 2,4. Leon Compton - Football 1,2,3,4; Track 1,2; Band Randy Copeland - Band 1,2,3,4; Pep Band 1,2,3; Dance Band 2,4; Chorus 2. Terrie Copley - FTA 2,3.4; GAA 1; Pep Club 1,2,3,4; Student Council 4; Cheerleader 1,2,3,4; Edwardian Staff 4; Homecoming Queen Candidate 4. Debbie Cowling - Chorus 1; Pep Club 1,2; FHA 1,2,3,4; GAA 1,2; Sweetheart Candidate 3. Dennis Cowling - FFA 2,3,4; Football 1,2,3; Varsity Club 2,3. Julie Cowling - FHA 1,2,3,4; Pep Club 3,4; Drama Club 3; Band 1,2,3. Kathy Cowling Rod Crome - Baseball 1; FTA 1,2,3; Pep Club 2,3,4; Drama Club 3,4; Camera Class 2; FFA 1,2,3,4. Renita Dorman - Band 1,2,3,4; Chorus 2,3,4; Sextet 3,4; FHA 2,3; Pep Club 3; Clarinet Choir 3,4. Yvonne Doty - GAA 1; Pep Club 1,2,3,4; Band 1,2,3,4, Sec. 4; Clarinet Choir 1,2,3,4; Chorus 4; FTA 2,3,4; Drama Club 3,4, Vice-Pres. 4; Class Treasurer 3; Edwardian Staff 4. Buster Duncan - FFA 3,4; Baseball 2,3,4; Basketball 4. Carol Eblin - FHA 1,2,4. Rick Etheridge - Track 1,4; Cross-Country 4; Band 1,4; Varsity Club 3,4; FFA 1,2,4; Pep Band 1,4; Pep Club 4; Student Council 4; Drama Club 4; Sweetheart King 2. Tom Evans - Football 1,3,4; Varsity Club 3,4. Frank Fisher - Football 1,2,3,4; Varsity Club 2,3,4; Drama Club 3,4, Reporter 4; FTA 4; Pep Club 4; Spectator 4; Chorus 4; Weightlifting 2,3,4. Les Frankland - Cross-Country 1,2,3,4; Baseball 1,2; Basketball Manager 2,3,4; Track 3; Student Council 3,4; NHS 4; FTA 3,4; Drama Club 3,4; Band 1,2,3,4; Brass Choir 3,4; Christmas King Candidate 3. Larry Fryman Sandy Giese Terry Giese - Basketball 1; Cross-Country 1; Track 1; Pep Club 3; Edwardian Staff 4; Drama Club 4; Stu- dent Council 4. Mike Gill - Basketball 1,2,3; Football 2,3,4; Track 1,3,4; Varsity Club 2,3,4; Pep Club 4; Band 2. Wade Gillard - Football 1,2,3,4; Basketball 1; Golf 2,4; Varsity Club 2,3,4; Weightlifting 2,3. Jerry Ginther Derinda Goble - Chorus 1; FHA 2,4; Library Club 2,3; Band 3,4; Pep Club 4; FTA 4; Edwardian Staff 4; GAA 4. Sixty-ThreeJunior Goodson Debbie Greathouse - FHA 1,2,3; Pep Club; Chorus; Glee Club. Judy Greathouse - Pep Club 1,2,3; Student Council 2; GAA 1; FHA 1,2; Chorus 1,2,3; Edwardian Staff 1; Sweetheart Queen 1; Christmas Queen Candidate 2. Tom Greathouse - FFA 1,2,3,4; Sweetheart King Candidate 1; Christmas King Candidate 1; Christmas King 2; Pep Club 3; Cross-Country 1; Track 1. Alan Green - Baseball 1; Pep Club 2,4; NHS 4. Sherry Greninger Terry Greninger Marcia Harms - Pep Club 1,4; Band 1,4; Drama Club 3,4; NHS 4; Student Council 2,3,4, Pres. 4; Dance Band 3,4; Band Librarian 3,4. Steve Harvey Bruce Headley Scott Hedrick - Football Manager 1,2; Basketball Manager 1; Baseball 1,2; FT A 2,3, Treas. 3; Drama Club 3; Student Council 3; Spectator 3; Pep Club 4; Chorus 3,4; Varsity Club 1,2,3,4. Charles Holley - Baseball 1; Football 4; NHS 4. Carl Hortin - FFA 1,2,3,4, Sentinel 3, Pres. 4; Pep Club 4. Cindy Hortin - Chorus 1,2,3,4; Band 1,2,3,4; FTA 3,4; Pep Club 1,2,3,4; Pep Band 2,3,4; Girls' Council 4. Eddie Howard Tom Huchel - Drama Club 3; Baseball 2. Rod Inskeep Jim Jennings - FFA 3,4. Darla Knackmus - Majorette 1,2,3,4; Spectator 1,2,3,4; FHA 1; Drama Club 4; Pep Club 2. Janet Knapp - Chorus 1. Ann Kortge - Chorus 1,3; FHA 1; GAA 4; Drama Club 3,4; Edwardian Staff 3,4, Editor 4; Student Secretary 4. Jim Lear - FTA 3,4; Pep Club 3,4; Varsity Club 2,3,4; Baseball 1,2,3; Football 2; Basketball 1. Cathy Legrande - Washington Jr. High, Duluth, Minn. 1; Central High School, Duluth Minn. 2; FHA 1,3,4; FTA 3,4, Sec. 4; Drama Club 3, Rep.; NHS 4, Vice- Pres. 4. Barbara Lodwig - FNA 1; Pep Club 1,2,3,4, Vice-Pres. 3; Edwardian Staff 3,4; Student Council 4; Chorus 1,2; Majorette 1,2. Richard Lomas Cathy Markman - Mt. Carmel High School 1,2,3. Steve Marks - Band 1,2,3,4; Football 2,3,4; Baseball 1. David Matthes - FFA 1,2,3,4; Camera Club 1. Mary McKibben - FHA 1,2,3,4. Steve Messman - Band 1,2,3,4; Football 1,2; Baseball 1,2; Varsity Club 2,3,4; Pep Club 4; Student Council 2. Denise Mitchell FHA 1,2; Pep Club 1,2,3,4, Sec. 1; GAA 1; Chorus 1,2,3,4; FTA 3,4; Cheerleader 2; Stu dent Council 2,4; Drama Club 3,4; Girls' Council 3,4, Pres. 4; Christmas Queen Candidate 4; NHS 4. Randy Moore Dixie Morris Cindy Nash - FHA 2; GAA 3,4; Pep Club 1,2,3. Cathy Painter - Mixed Chorus 1,2,3; Library Club 2; Student Secretary 4. Kathy Johnson - Fairfield 1,2; The Brayer 1,2; GAA 1,2; FHA 1,2,3; Science Club 1; Reflector 1,2; Pep Club 1,2,3; Drama Club 2,3; Sunshine Club 2; Major- ette 4; Spectator 4. David Keortge Randy King - FFA 1. Shirley King - Band 1,2,3,4; GAA 3,4; Chorus 1,2,3,4; Pep Band 2,3; Clarinet Choir 1,2,3,4; Girls' Sextet 2,3,4; Pep Club 1,2,3,4; FTA 1,2,3,4; Drama Club 3,4; Edwardian Staff 4. Donnie Perkins Mary Sue Pollard - GAA 1,2,3,4, Rep.; Pep Club 1,2,3,4; Band 1,2,3,4; Majorette 1,2,3,4; Pep Band 1,2,3; Drama Club 3,4; Clarinet Choir 3,4. Nancy Powell - FHA 2,3. Kathy Provine - Pep Club 4; Chorus 2,3; FTA 1,2,3,4; Band 1,2,3,4; Pep Band 1,2,3,4; Class Secretary 4; NHS 4. Jane Quillen - FHA 1; Class Secretary 3. Sixty-FourNancy Quinn • FTA 1,2,3,4, Pres. 4; Spectator, Editor 4; Pep Club 2,3,4, Reporter 4; Band 2,3; NHS 4; Drama Club 3,4; Student Librarian 3; Honor Marshall 3. Jeanne Rodgers - Pep Club 2,3,4; Drama Club 3; FTA 3,4; GAA 1,2,3; Chorus 3; Librarian 1,2,3. Phil Roosevelt - Basketball Manager 2,3,4; Cross- Country 1,2,3,4; Baseball 1,2,3,4; FTA 1; Pep Club 4. Donna Rude - Pep Club 1,2,3,4; Band 1,2,3,4; GAA 1; FHA 2,3; Clarinet Choir 3,4; Homecoming Candi- date 4; Class Treasurer 4. Bill Sawyer - FFA 1,2,3,4, Reporter; Pep Club 1. Carl Sawyer - FFA; Varsity Club. Bill Searby - Football 1,2; Band 1,2,3,4; Pep Band 2,3,4; Dance Band 2,4. Mike Shaw Gene Shepherd - FTA 1,2,3, Treas. 2, Pres. 3; Class President 2; NHS 4; Pep Club 2,3,4; Spectator 4; Band 3,4; Chorus 2,4; Drama Club 3,4; Boys' Octet 4. Barry Smith Karen Smith - FNA 1,2,3,4; Pep Club 1,2,3,4; Band, Reporter 2; Spectator 2; Chorus 2; Drama Club 3; Candy Striper 3,4. Rhonda Smith - Band 1,2,3,4; FHA 1,2,3; Pep Club 1,3,4; Pep Band 2,3,4; Chorus 2,4; Edwardian Staff 4; Brass Choir 2,4. Willie Snidle - FTA 3,4; Drama Club 4; Pep Club 4; NHS 4; Track 1,3,4; Cross-Country 1,2; Basketball 1,2,3,4. Tony Spencer Lonnie Splittorff Anita Spray - FTA 1,2,3,4, Treas. 4; Pep Club 1,2,3,4; Student Council 4, Sec. 4; Drama Club 3,4; Band 1,2,3,4; Chorus 2,3,4; Girls' Sextet 3,4. Nolan Thomas - Cross-Country 1,2,3,4; Basketball 4; Track 4; Student Council 4; FTA 2,3,4; Pep Club 4; Drama Club 3,4; Edwardian Staff 4; Chorus 3. Belva Thompson - Chorus 2,3. Dennis Turpin Track 1,2,3,4; Cross-Country 1,2,3,4; NHS 4. Vicki Waite - Band 1,2,3,4; Pep Club 1,2,4; GAA 4; Student Council 2,3, Vice-Pres. 3; Clarinet Choir 3,4; Chorus 1; Edwardian Staff 4; Band 1,2,3,4; Christmas Queen 3. Jack Webb - FFA 1,2,3,4; Band 1; Chorus 3; FTA 4; Drama Club 4; Pep Club 4; Track 1,2,3,4; Cross- Country 2; Football 1; Basketball 1,2,3,4. Sharon Weisenberger Galen Wiseman - FFA 1,2,3,4, Vice-Pres. 4; Drama Club 4; Pep Club 4; Camera Club 3; Track 1,4. v Bob Wood - FTA 2,3,4; Track 2; Chorus 4; Golf 4. Jay Yonda - GAA 1; Pep Club 1,2,3,4; Homecoming Queen Candidate 4; Cheerleader 1,2,3,4; Edwardian Staff 4. Sixty FiveSenior Trip Photo Album Sixty-SevenSixty-Eightr. After a trip of hurrying, not to be late, then waiting an hour to see each site, we made our way home totally exhausted! (especially Jim) Sixty-NineKen Heston with honors from the VFW to Nancy Quinn and Salutatorians Nancy Quinn and Willie Snide, Valedictorian Allen Green (on Nolan Thomas. the right).Business award to Cathy Painter. Service awards to outstanding seniors in various clubs, organizations, and certain classes. Commencement Awards - Graduation, 1971 Milton Curtis Memorial Award to Buster Dun- March of Dimes to Karen Smith. Bonalyn Chism Award to Anita Spray, can. Seventy-OneA letter from Jeanne Rodgers to Ann Kortge— May 28, 1991 Dear Ann, As soon as I got your letter asking about our old classmates, I sat down and made a few calls and I finally located them all. As you may know, Julie Cowling and I are doing a pretty fair business with our "Lonely Hearts Club for Men". I was glad to hear that your Style and Beauty Boutique is doing so well. It must be, if you can afford a summer home in Springfield. Well, here's what I've got on the gang. Rick Etheridge owns a chain of Wides Service Stations across Edwards Co. and Buster Duncan is his co-manager. Kim Calhoun is the host of a week night TV talk show. She told me that Valerie Boewe was picking grapes in Martha's Vineyard. Terrie Copley and Jay Yonda are running a home for retired cheerleaders. Cousin Shirley King is running a home for Wayward Mann, I was told, and Bob Bender is the ticket taker at "Uncle" Gene Shepherd's "X" Rated Movie Theater, (formerly Shepherd's Dairy Del). Terry and Sherry Greninger are doing commercials for the Nunn-Better Flour Co. Yvonne Doty is the owner of a Mechanics Garage, which is frequented by Terry Giese, Indy 500 Race Driver. I wasn't surprised to hear that Vicki Waite was the Physical Education teacher at our dear old Alma Mater, but it came as a "slight" shock to learn that Steve Marks is the principal!!!(?)! Donnie Perkins made a million in selling whiskey flavored popsicles, and I heard that Carl Sawyer WAS his chauffeur for a while. Steve Messman, confirmed bachelor, recently bought out Hugh Hefner. He now owns all the Playboy Clubs in the world. Russell Beadles is his manager in charge of bunny tails and dressing rooms. Cindy Hortin and Kathy Provine are the two head bunnies. Jack Webb and Barry Smith are pro-basketball players for the Milwaukee Bucks, and Willie Snidle is their business manager. Kathy and Dennis Cowling are now a famous husband and wife team on the state police force, and Judy and Tom Greathouse are now joint owners of an Allis-Chalmers Ford Implement Company. I was sorry to hear that Randy Moore is no longer with us. As you know he willed his body to the Biology class and when they were thoroughly completed, there wasn't much left. Renita Dorman runs a small business in Browns. It is a restaurant called Mom Nelson's Diner. Donna Rude is both waitress and dishwasher. Scott Hedrick seems to be their best customer. Bruce Headley and Richard Lomas are partners in the "Red Man" business. Wade Gillard is now the only brother in Gillard's Inc., and from all reports the real head behind the business is Cathy Legrande. Debbie Cowling has gone into business raising "rice", and her chief "farmer" is Virginia Clark. Karen Clodfelter was last seen running through the woods with a badminton racket and swinging at "birdies". Rod Crome opened up a roadside stand featuring his specialty "Wally's Woolly Burgers". Junior Goodson has become world famous for his ability to tap dance at home plate while hitting three homers in a row. Debbie Greathouse is now the chairman of the National Population Control Board. Derinda Goble is her vice-chairman. Barb Lodwig owns a motorcycle repair shop in West Salem, and Darla Knackmus is head grease monkey. Mary McKibben and Betty Brock own the jewelry store in Albion, and main product is diamonds. Roy Brock and Russell Bailey are working in a garage now. Russell supplies the cars and Roy fixes them. Dennis Turpin is a nuclear physicist and special undercover agent to President Les Frankland and Vice-President Alan Green. Larry Fryman and Eddie Howard are truant officers at high school now. Nancy Powell and Elaine Thompson are the first female mailmen in Edwards Co. Bill Sawyer runs a special bunch route for high school students, and Mike Shaw is now the best sheriff this county has on record. Bobby Wood is the new Sociology teacher at high school. Nancy Quinn, former jet set member finally settled down and is selling tulip bulbs in Holland. Rhonda Smith is the owner of Quality Cleaners and specializes in cleaning out pockets. Tony Spencer is a professional chaperone to high school bus trips. Anita Baker-famous hair stylist-is kept busy styling wigs for the dolls manufactured by Tom Huchel's "Life-sized Barbie Dolls". Carl Hortin is the Farm Bureau President, Sandy Giese is his secretary. Bev Brines owns a "Kitty Boutique" specializing in Katt Knapps! Her assistant, Cindy Nash, is a professional snake trainer. Bill Searby is now a jazz musician in a band conducted by Randy Copeland. Mary Pollard composes most of his music and trains his pom pom girls. Marcia Harms has a used car lot on Main Street in Bone Gap doing a thriving business. Carol Eblin and Charles Holley are guides for the Senior Trip. They invited us for a free tour anytime. Jerry Ginther and Leon Compton have opened a street sweeping service for the city. Cathy Markman is teaching a weekly riding class by her home. Janet Knapp has taken up the hobby of bird watching. She says her favorite species is the "Bob" whits. Jim Lear owns the Lear Ford Co. in West Salem with branches in neighboring states. David Matthes is supposedly in the Bahamas now. They say he's really giving it a swing. Randy King has opened a gambling casino in Reno and the main game is "Spit in the Ocean". Dave Koertge is his head dealer and James Jennings his best craps shooter. Rod Inskeep is the basketball coach at the high school, and Jane Quillen is his secretary. Steve Harvey is the co-owner of the hottest pool hall in Albion with Tom Evans as the "Big Cheese". Seventy ThreeMany Active Clubs Continue to Carry the Spirit of E.C.H.S.ORGANIZATIONS Student Council Seven ty-SixEdwardian Row 1: Terry Giese, Nolan Thomas, Randy Moore. Row 2: Mona Holm, Barb Lodwig, Vicki Waite, Mary Ruth McKibben, Derinda Goble, Betty Brock, Judy Greathouse, Dixie Morris, Karen Clodfelter, Mr. Howell. Row 3: Jeanne Rodgers, Ann Kortge, Terrie Copley, Shirley King, Jay Yonda, Yvonne Doty, Rhonda Smith. Seventy-SevenSpectator Staff Nancy Quinn.......................................Editor Connie Wiseman .............Typist Girls' Council News Ann Kortge........................................Typist Dawn Harris ......................................Typist Gene Shepherd.............................Advertisements Darla Knackmus ..............................Senior News Kathy Johnson................................Senior News Rosie Gumbrell..............Junior News FHA News Gary Stevens..............................Sophomore News Debbie Sawyer..............................Freshman News Laura McCurdy..............................Freshman News Terry Harper..............................FTANews Debbie Bunnage ...........................GAA News Melinda Hudson ...........................Band News Janice Leigh .............................FNA News Kim Calhoun...............................NHS News Terrie Copley.......................Student Council News Frank Fisher......................... Drama Club News Don Compton ......................................Sports David Glover......................................Sports Mike Copeland.....................................Sports Mrs. Whitehead Mr. Calhoun....................Sponsors Seventy-EightFront Row: Kathy Provine, Anita Spray, Kim Calhoun, Val Boewe, Marcia Harms, Denise Mitchell. Back Row: Nancy Quinn, Cathy Legrande, Alan Green, Dennis Turpin, Will Snidle, Les Frankland, Charles Holley, Jay Yonda, Mr. Abendroth. National Honor SocietyCathy Painter, Terry Greninger, Gala Barnes, Sherry Greninger, Mary J. Lankford, Nancy Bunting, Ann Kortge, Betty Brock, June Belt. Front Row: Mike Keener, Ann Bunting, Sherry Greninger, Mrs. Pollard, Mrs. Woods, Sherry Johnson, Jim Lear. Back Row. Kim Calhoun, Cathy Legrande, Sharon James, Cathy Painter, Terry Greninger, Vanita Bunting, Barbara Bristow, Rory Goble. EightyRow 1: Cindy Nash, Debra Bunnage, Esther Green, Kathy Frankland, Mary S. Pollard, Virginia Clark, Jeannie Seifert, Angie Shaw. Row 2: Debbie Fisher, Beth Searby, Shirley Bunnage, Joy Sample, Jane Hedrick, Ann Kortge, Shirley King, Melinda Hudson, Nellie Shafer, Debbie Totten, Janice Dunn. Row 3: Rory Goble, Mrs. Taylor, Jeanann Roosevelt, Cheryl Gillard, Sherry Johnson, Sherry Garman, Vicki Waite, Derinda Goble, Melody Chapin, Dawn Harris. Kathy Spray, Rita Heil, Ann Barrett. GAA'ers hard at play??? Eighty-OneDrama Club Future Nurses Front Row: Debbie Huff, Janet Chalcraft, Janice Leigh, Lesa Massie, Susan Doty, Shirley Ellis, Kathy Lynch, Kathy Smith, Della Pearson. Back Row: Mrs. Bunting, Karen Smith, Angie Shaw, Jeanne Jones, Jill Doty, Andrea Nierenberg, Debbie Abby, Teresa Moore, Kathy Grimes. Eighty-TwoRow 1: Rod Crome, Frank Fisher, Barb Lodwig, Marcia Harms. Billie Bailey. Carl Sawyer, Kim Calhoun, Nancy Quinn, Janice Marks, Bruce McKibben, Marvin Root. Row 2: Debbie Huff, Judy Tate, Gala Barnes, Melody Chapin, Andrea Nierenberg, Sherry Garman, Sandy Copley, Sharon James. Tonya Lankford. Val Boewe, Denise Mitchell. Carol Simms. Kathy Abby, Anita Spray. Row 3: Mr. Dawkins. Phil Atteberry. Nolan Thomas, Randy Hallam, Terry Harper, Galen Wiseman, Russell Bailey, Bob Bender, Les Frankland, Donnie Perkins, Rick Etheridge. Jack Webb, Will Smdle. Jay Crome, Terry Giese, Darla Knackmus, Yvonne Doty, Jeannie Seifert, Kathy Johnson, Sheila Padgett, Neil Speir, Janet Spray Shirley King, Ann Kortge. Candy Stripers Row 1: Janice Leigh, Karen Smith, Janet Chalcraft, Angie Shaw, Jeanne Jones. Row 2: Susan Doty, Lesa Massie, Jill Doty, Kathy Grimes. Debbie Abby. Della Pearson. Kathy Lynch, Shirley Ellis. Eigh ty-ThreeFuture Homemakers Row 1: Mrs. Saxe, Rosie Gumbrell, Sherry Johnson, Crystal Lenear, Mary J. Lankford, Sherry Garman, Jeannie Seifert, Mary Ruth McKibben, Debbie Cowling, Gala Barnes. Row 2: Barbara Bristow, Cheryl Gillard, Clara Jackson, Paula Kinkade, Roberta Turpin, Jeanann Roosevelt, Betty Brock, Cathy Legrande, Sandy Copley, Tonya Mason, Tonya Lankford. Row 3: Lesa Tribe, Becky Marks, Karen Quillen, Nancy Strine, Connie Giese, Mary Stremme, Vicki Johnson, Marsha Giese, Kathy Abby, Derinda Goble, Sharon James. Row 4: Diane Greathouse, Esther Green, Cindy Harper, Vanita Bunting, Rita Cash, Rita Heil, Ann Barrett, Cindy Davenport, Gail Waters, Carolyn Hortin, Mary Ann Woods, Row 5: Shirley Bunnage, Terri Robb, Janet Lemke, Donna Fishel, Melva Penrod, Vicki Bristow, Diane Rigg, Kay Bare, Sharon Spray, Toni Vallette. Row 6: Patty Brock, Carol Eblin, Debbie Greathouse, Ann Bunting, Connie Slover, Julie Cowling, Karen Clodfelter. Paula Shaw, Joy Sample, Melody Chapin, Debbie Sawyer. Row 7: Jana Garman, Rhonda Lyle, Kathy Taylor, Terry Clodfelter, Debbie Fisher, Susan French, Shirley Beehn, Jana Fawkes, Debbie Stover, Lesa Nash, Kim Clodfelter.FFA Officers President Chapter Queen Future Farmers Row 1: Galen Wiseman, Carl Hortin, Carson Everett, Alicia Knapp, Doyle Green, Max Michels, Dale Woods, George Luthe. Row 2: Kim Goble, Tim Roosevelt, Randy Nettleton, Wayne Pollard, Bill Tribe, Larry Hortin, Ronnie Sample, Steve Brokaw. Row 3: Bill Sawyer, Robert Woods, Bruce Longbons, Robert Gentz, Bill Giese, David Woods, Rodger Coale. Row 4: Mr. Hendren, Robert Hoeszle, James Walker, Randy Hallam, Ed Howard, Buster Duncan, Nolan King, Mr. Pollock. Row 5: Bruce Headley, Lee Greathouse, Rod Crome, Tom Huchel, Jack Webb, David Summers, David Lee. Row 6: Richie Pettigrew, Loren Pollard, Neil Tinkham, Kenny Bryan, Lee Woods. Row 7: Richard Lomas, Rick Etheridge, Doug Bunting, Dennis Cowling, Carl Sawyer, Donnie Perkins, Neil Balding, Lee Luthe.Future Teachers Row 1: Mr. Prater, Andrea Neirenberg, Kim Calhoun, Nancy Quinn, Cathy Legrande, Terrie Copley, Denise Mitchell, Jill Doty, Will Snidle. Row 2: Robert Bender, Margaret Luthe, Cindy Hortin, Julie Bowen, Debbie Bunnage, Mary Sue Pollard, Shirley King, Val Boewe, Mary Kathryn McCurdy, Jim Lear. Row 3: Phil Atteberry, Terry Harper, Janice Dunn, Melinda Hudson, Dinelle Frankland, Jean Rodgers, Gala Barnes, Randy Hallam, Brian Johnson. Row 4: Dawn Harris, Kathy Provine, Anita Spray, Linda Grimes, Jack Webb, Yvonne Doty, Susan Schock, Kathy Abby, Carol Simms, Mark Atteberry. Row 5: Jeanne Jones, Robert Woods, Nolan Thomas, Les Frankland, Jay Crome, Derinda Goble, Phil Roosevelt, Frank Fisher, Pat Keener. Anita and Denise practice teaching at the grade school.Row 1: Sandy Copley, Gala Barnes, Jeanne Jones, Kathy Grimes, Sherry Smith, Billie Bailey, Becky Smith, Sheila Padgett. Row 2: Mrs. Taylor, Cathy Legrande, Robert Bender, Lesa Massie, Susan Doty, Andrea Nierenberg, Beth Searby, Tonya Mason, Debbie Sawyer, Kathy Spray, Tonya Lankford. Row 3: Janet Spray, David Woods, Anita Spray, Kim Calhoun, Nancy Quinn, Kathy Provine, Cindy Hortin, Mary Sue Pollard, Shirley King, Dawn Harris, Kathy Frankland, Dinelle Frankland. Row 4: Julie Bowen, Sherry Garman, Tracy Messman, Yvonne Doty, Rhonda Smith, Mary Jane Lankford, Mona Holm, Val Boewe, Barb Lodwig, Vicki Waite, Jane Hedrick, Rita Heil, Susan Ginther. Row 5: Jana Fawkes, Jan Cowling, Marilyn Earhart, Jill Doty, Linda Grimes, Nolan Thomas, Mark Atteberry, Joy Sample, Janice Leigh, Kim Clodfelter, Melody Chapin, Toni Vallette, Gail Waters, Sharon Spray. Row 6: Paul Hedrick, Roger Hortin, Randy Nettleton, Robert Waters, Phil Atteberry, Terry Harper, Sherry Johnson, Cindy Harper, Marianne Ewing, Vanita Bunting, Janice Dunn, Pat McKibben, Angela Shaw. Row 7: Patty Brock, Janet Hulfachor, Suzie Reisinger, Janet Schwarzlose, Della Pearson, Carolyn Hortin, Jay Crome, Jeff Wiley, Tim Roosevelt, David Ewing, Julie Cowling, Jean Rodgers, Karen Smith, Sharon James. Row 8: Jana Garman, Lesa Tribe, Rhonda Lyle, Connie Giese, Kathryn Taylor, Terry Clodfelter, Debbie Fisher, Kathy Lynch, Debbie Abby, Melinda Hudson, Roy Brock, Carson Everett, Will Snidle, Jack Webb, Derinda Goble, Mike Gill, Galen Wiseman, Jeannie Seifert. Row 9: Larry Hortin, Shirley Beehn, Lesa Nash, David Glover, Debbie Stover, Frank Fisher, Marvin Root, Kathy Abby, Margaret Luthe, Cheryl Gillard, Laura Beth McCurdy, Jeanann Roosevelt, Rory Goble, Mike Murray, John Gaither, Robert King. Row 10: Bill Smith, Terrie Robb, Ann Bunting, Clara Jackson, Steve Bare, Susan Schock, Marc Messman, Carol Simms, Rick Etheridge, Rod Crome, Lee Greathouse, Randy Hallam, Pat Keener, Steve Brokaw, Jim Smith, Carl Hortin, Ronnie Sample. Eighty-SevenFront Row: Paul Hedrick, Galen Wiseman, Steve King, Susan Doty, Lesa Massie. Back Row: Conrad Scranton, Mike Keener, Bert Bond, David Matthes, Jerry Hedrick, Andrea Nierenberg, David Coles, Kent Hortin, Mr. Stanhope. 6 ■ I r I s C 0 u n c ■ 1 i Left to Right: Mrs. Goolsby, Val Boewe, Denise Mitchell, Connie Wiseman, Rosie Gumbrell, Cindy Hortin. Eighty'EightPep Band Row 1: Kathy Provine, Robert Bender, Tom Bosecker. Row 2: Phil Atteberry, Terry Harper, Mark Atteberry. Jan Cowling, Marcia Harms, David Woods, Ann Wiseman, Connie Wiseman, David Lee. Row 3: Judy Kuykendall, Susan Schock, Mona Holm, Carol Simms, Randy Copeland. Row 4: Ronnie Sample, Leon Compton, Conrad Scranton, Steve Messman, Bill Searby, Rhonda Smith, Cindy Hortin, Debbie Totten, Bob King, Dena Gill, Mitzi Bostick. Row 5: James Piercy. Stage Band Row 1: Sheila Padgett, Stanley Bunting, Mark Atteberry, Marcia Harms, Terry Harper. Row 2: Judy Kuykendall, Mona Holm, Randy Copeland, Carol Simms, Connie Wiseman. Row 3: Mike Copeland, James Piercy, Debbie Totten, Rhonda Smith, Bill Searby, Cindy Hortin. Eighty-NineEdwards County Senior Row 1: Mary Sue Pollard, Janice Dunn, Shirley King, Tonya Lankford. Row 2: Sherry Johnson, Karen Smith, Dawn Harris, Dixie Bostick, Sherry Smith, Janice Leigh, Kathy Grimes. Row 3: Billie Bailey, Marianne Ewing, Melinda Hudson, Linda Bailey, Bill Searby, Cindy Hortin, Rhonda Smith, Debbie Totten, Robert King, Leon Compton. Row 4: Jeanne Jones, Lesa Tribe, Jill Weisenberger, Mary Ann Woods, Gary Stevens, Kim Stewart, Dinelle Frankland, Stan Bunting, Phil Atteberry, Janet Chalcraft, Julie Bowen, Renita Dorman, Donna Rude. Row 5: Robert Bender, Kathy Provine, Tom Bosecker, Mike Copeland, Derinda Goble, Mike Howard, Judy Kuykendall, Mona Holm, Susan Schock, Carol Simms, Randy Copeland, James Piercy. Left to Right: Kathy Johnson, Darla Knackmus, Mary Sue Pollard, Andrea Neirenberg, Roberta Turpin. NinetyHigh School Band 1971 Row 1: Cindy Harper, Val Boewe, Lesa Massie. Row 2: Jane Hedrick, Anita Spray, Joy Sample, Angela Shaw, Vanita Bunting, Jeannie Seifert. Row 3: Steve Messman, Conrad Scranton, Ronnie Sample, Dena Gill, Mitzi Bostick, Cary Moudy. Bruce Quinn, Sheila Padgett, Linda Grimes. Row 4: Vicki Waite, Yvonne Doty, Darryl Hall, Bruce McKibben, Butch McCluskey, Jan Cowling, Mark Atteberry, Tracy Messman, Terry Harper, Barry Smith, Marcia Harms. Row 5: Kenny Harris, David Woods, Ann Wiseman, David Lee, Les Frankland, Connie Wiseman, Janet Spray, Jill Doty.Brass Choir Row 1: Rhonda Smith, Debbie Totten, Kathy Grimes, Jane Hedrick, Anita Spray, Susan Schock, Carol Simms. Row 2: Robert King, Dena Gill, Mitzi Bostick, Kenny Harris, James Piercy, Les Frankland, Connie Wiseman, Judy Kuykendall, Mona Holm. Clarinet Choir Row 1: Shirley King, Mary Sue Pollard, Janice Dunn, Dawn Harris, Dixie Bostick, Billie Bailey, Sherry Smith, Janice Leigh, Jeanne Jones. Row 2: Linda Grimes, Lesa Tribe, Yvonne Doty, Vicki Waite, Donna Rude, Renita Dorman, Julie Bowen. Ninety’TwoPianist: Connie Wiseman. Row 1: Debbie Totten, Dinelle Frankland, Jeanann Roosevelt, Pat McKibben, Frank Fisher, Stanley Bunting, Gil Hedrick, Janice Marks, Diane Stennet, Terry Clodfelter, Shirley Beehn, Phyllis Luthe. Row 2: Shirley Bunnage. Patty Brock, Tonya Mason, Beth Searby, Debbie Bunnage, Bob Bender, Mark Atteberry, Bill Smith, Esther Green. Suzie Reisinger, Connie Putt. Rhonda Lyle, Mary Ann Knakmuhs. Row 3: Susan Schock, Jeannie Seifert, Sherry Garman, Sheila Padgett, Cindy Hortin, Denise Mitchell. David Woods. Steve Bare, Stanley Smith, Ronnie Sample, Dena Gill, Connie Slover, Ann Bunting. Row 4: Sandy Copley, Julie Bowen, Renita Dorman, Anita Spray, Shirley King, Yvonne Doty, Steve Brokaw, Phil Atteberry, Nolan Thomas. Robert Woods, Kathryn Taylor. Janet Spray, Jana Garman, Clara Jackson, Debbie Stover. Boys’ Octet Left to Right: Connie Wiseman, Steve Brokaw, Mark Atteberry, Steve Bare, Bob Bender, Phil Atteberry, David Woods, Bill Smith. Ninety- ThreeGirls’ Sextets Left to Right: Connie Wiseman, Dena Gill, Janet Spray, Jeannie Seifert, Renita Dorman, Anita Spray, Sheila Padgett. Left to Right: Connie Wiseman, Sandy Copley, Julie Bowen, Debra Bunnage, Shirley King, Kathryn Taylor, Mary Ann Knakmuhs. Ninety-FourATHLETICS Ninety-FiveCross Country Cross-Country Team Poem we run too far too fast too often we sweat we pant we ask why? WHY not stop rest sit quiet? NO WAY! have to run Not for fans no fans Just for me. Top Six Runners-left to right: Nolan Thomas, Les Frankland, Dennis Turpin, Carl Porter, Phil Roosevelt, Gene Kollak. Cross-Country Scores we they Car mi 32 23 Carmi 26 32 Mt. Carmel 32 24 Noble 21 38 we they Mt. Carmel 32 25 Cisne 30 28 Noble 25 36 Coach and Managers-left to right: David Glover, Coach Miller, Roy Brock. Cross-Country Team-left to right: L. Frankland, N. Thomas, C. Porter, D. Turpin, G. Kollak, L. Hortin, P. Roosevelt, J. Madden, E. Schmittler, H. Michels, B. Bond, T. Lambert, S. Bare, B. Bare, J. Piercy, D. Bare. Ninety-SixTrack Scores 1971 Echs 77-Mt. Carmel 61-Bridgeport 18 Clay City 66-ECHS 59-Dieterich 26 Clay City Invitational 2nd of 16 teams Harrisburg Invitational 6th of 15 teams Fresh.-Soph. Flora Invitational 7th of 10 teams Clay City Invitational Fresh.-Soph. 10th of 15 teams Carmi 69-ECHS 54 Row 1: Mike Orrel, Rod Inskeep, Darrel Hall, Don Kollak, Brad Bare, Roy Brock, Bill Schuh, Will Snidle. Row 2: Danny Libke, Dale Woods, Carl Porter, Rick Eteridge, David Bare, Steve Bare. Row 3: Dee Rodgers, Mike McCorkle, Eddie Schmittler, Mike Kortge, Gene Kollak, Nolan Thomas. Row 4: Jack Webb, James Piercy, Jeff Madden, Mike Gill, Terry Lambert, Bert Bond. Row 5: Roy Michels, Dennis Turpin, Steve Miller. Fresh.-Soph. Carmi 85-ECHS 25 District at Olney Inskeep 4th in long jump Orrel 5th in shot put School Records Inskeep 21'4" long jump Orrel 51 '7W shot put Root 6'%" high jump Marvin Root Ninety-SevenFootball Team-left to right. Row 1: L. Chalcraft, B. Johnson, G. Johnson, C. Holley, T. Kelsey, F. Fisher, B. Denham, L. Splittorff, B. McKibben, S. Marks. Row 2: M. Gill, J. Hedrick, J. Smith, D. Ibbotson, S. Bunting, C. Bennett, M. Murrey, P. Hedrick, R. Potter, R. Coale, M. Starting Lineup-left to right: Paul Hedrick, Bill Denham, Wade Gillard, Russell Beadles, Steve Marks, Tom Evans, Rod Inskeep. Backs: Richard Potter, Stan Bunting, Mike Orrel, Dale Ibbotson. Them E.C.H.S. Them E.C.H.S. Mt. Carmel 60 0 Eldorado 44 24 Olney 40 6 McLeansboro 6 20 Carterville 16 34 Flora 20 8 Sesser 30 32 Fairfield 28 6 Bridgeport 20 0 Ninety-EightRoot. Row 3: D. Compton, M. Keener, L. Compton, R. Beadles, M. Orrel, K. Case, R. Metcalf, T. Evans, W. Gillard, R. Inskeep, Coach Hargrave, Coach Keener, Coach Whitehead. Fresh.-Soph. Team-left to right. Row 1: Gary Orrel, Earl Ibbotson, Stanley Smith, Doug Evans, Jack Perry, Van Doty, Bruce Belt. Larry Mewes. Row 2: Roger Beadles, Bruce Longbons, Tony Compton, Danny Newport, Pat Keener, Neal Goodwin, Bruce Quinn, Coach Whitehead. Row 3: Coach Keener, Kenny Harris, Sam Billingsly, Ed Lodwig, Bill Tribe, Steve Thomson, Mike Howard, Roy Michels. Ninety-Nine Jr. Varsity Scores Them E.C.H.S. Carmi 74 36 Mt. Carmel 50 54 St. Anthony 76 52 Bridgeport 57 56 Eldorado 60 50 Fairfield 56 57 Clay City 60 63 Grayville 76 74 Lawrenceville 94 54 Mt. Carmel 61 44 Newton 57 45 Eldorado 56 58 Cumberland 34 60 Cisne 63 65 Grayville 46 45 Norris City 57 66 Oblong 53 76 Freshman Scores Them E.C.H.S. Mt. Carmel 55 44 Fairfield 54 55 Wayne City 35 48 Lawrenceville 49 45 Bridgeport 44 63 Lawrenceville 73 47 Fairfield 65 50 Mt. Carmel 62 45 Wayne City 39 63 Carmi 73 49 Grayville 66 37 Olney 42 44 Grayville 44 42 Cisne 51 67 Olney 80 49 Bridgeport 61 54 Dribble, Dribble Travel, Travel Whistle, Whistle Stop Screach Scream I Shoot the ball Hold the ball Pass the ball - now! Down the court Up the court In the basket - swish! Wrong basket! Coach moans (?) ?+%? Practice, practice Perfect pass Hit the basket Make a point YEAH! RAH! Basketball Varsity Scores Them E.C.H.S. TOURNAMENT Carmi 80 47 Mt. Carmel 62 60 Grayville 89 72 St. Anthony 106 57 Sandoval 69 94 Bridgeport 85 79 Eldorado 72 66 Them E.C.H.S. Fairfield 91 69 Mt. Carmel 71 64 Clay City 71 85 Newton 50 59 TOURNAMENT Eldorado Cumberland 71 96 86 91 Patoka 81 104 Cisne 62 92 Dietrich 63 76 Grayville 70 73 Neoga 61 80 Norris City 74 73 Grayville 75 67 Oblong 67 72 Lawrenceville 59 58 Mt. Carmel 73 59 One HundredRow 1-left to right: R. Frankland, D. Nev ort, D. Hall, K. Harris, S. Thomason, D. Rodgers. Row 2: D. Libke, L. Pollard, C. Everett, G. Root, J. Walker, S. Miller, Coach Whitehead. Row 3: D. Kollak, D. Woods, R. Michels, S. Billingsley, T. Compton, B. Belt, D. Summers. Jack Perry, Phil Roosevelt, Les Frankland, John Gaither, Bruce Longbons. Row 1 M. Copeland. D. Ewing, T. Compton, B. Belt. R. Bailey, J. Wiley. L. Hortin. Row 2: T. Kelsey. W. Pollard. H. Michels, D. Coles, A. Knackmus, G. Kuykendall, R. Hortin, Coach Keener. One Hundred OneLeft to Right: Terrie Copley, Sheila Padgett, Billie Bailey, Becky Smith, Jay Yonda. Left to Right: Kathy Grimes, Sherry Smith, Gayla Barnes, Sandy Copley, Jeanne Jones. One Hundred TwoVarsity Basketball Team-left to right. Row 1: N. Thomas, M. Copeland, L. Hortin, W. Snidle, J. Webb, B. Schuh. Row 2: B. Duncan, M. Root, R. Inskeep, J. Neal, D. Compton, D. Coles, Coach Miller. Buster, "Quick Rod, put your arms down!" "In the sky - it's a bird, it's a plane, it's a — well - it's Will." One Hundred ThreeVarsity Baseball Team-left to right. Row 1: Coach Whitehead, J. Wiley, R. Bailey, Jr. Goodson, K. Huff, L. Hortin, B. McCluskey. Row 2: J. Gaither, B. Longbons, D. Glover, J. Neal, D. Ewing, D. Compton, M. Copeland, D. Coles, R. Hortin, B. Duncan, T. Compton, B. Denham, W. Pollard, P. Roosevelt, C. Bennett, Coach Keener. Fresh.-Soph. Baseball Scores they we Fairfield 5 2 Olney 2 8 Grayville 7 6 Grayville 7 8 District Tournament Scores they we Mt. Carmel 8 9 Grayville 2 3 Regional Carmi 4 1 Yeah Team Jr. Varsity Baseball Team-left to right, Row 1: T. Compton, J. Wiley, K. Huff,R. Bailey, G.Hedrick, J. Col. Row 2: B. Longbons, W. Pollard, D. Ewing, R. Hortin, H. Michels, L. Hortin, R. Duncan, M. Copeland, G. Kuykendall, B. McCluskey, Coach Whitehead. One Hundred Four Triumphant entry of Buster Duncan after his homerun! "Swing it Bill!" Varsity Club Varsity Club-left to right. Row 1: T. Evans, R. Bailey, B. Denham, C. Bennett, S. Marks, B. Johnson, R. Bailey, J. Perry, L. Horton, C. Porter, S. Bunting. Row 2: P. Roosevelt, R. Beadles, W. Gillard. R. Etheridge, P. Hedrick, L. Frankland, M. Orrel. D. Glover. F. Fisher. M. Root, J. Goodson, R. Potter, J. Smith, Coach Keener. Row 3: Coach Hargrave, R. Inskeep, N. Thomas, M. Gill, S. Messman, W. Snidle, J. Lear, S. Hedrick, J. Webb, M. Murry, B. Schuh, M. Keener, T. Lambert, J. Neal, G. Kollak, R. Brock, L. Splittorff, D. Coles, B. Duncan, D. Compton. One Hundred Five"Who took the ball?' "Snakes!! What Form?" One Hundred SixACTIVITIES One Hundred Seven A-'.X W ' ■ . s- fcVV - - ■ 114 w • I V ■- f. ■ ■ : • • f v wCVr . C{ ;• ‘ • y ■ ;a 1 -v - VCi- Queen Nancy Bunting One Hundred EightSpecial Events Highlight the Day One Hundred NineDrama-Music and Art Departments Present “Check Your Worries” A Musical Comedy in Three Acts Willie and Jack "lay it on" with "Laugh-In Quickies" during dress rehearsal. On April 2, the Drama Club, in conjunction with the Art Department and the Music Department, pre- sented the musical comedy, CHECK YOUR WORRIES. This presentation was the culmination of two months of practice and preparation by the mem- bers of the Drama Club. The play met with a favorable response from the public and was well at- tended. CHECK YOUR WORRIES was the second production by the Drama Club since it was reac- tivated during the early part of the 1969-1970 school year. -Mr. Dawkins- Left to Right: Shirley King, Nolan Thomas, Phil Atteberry, Kim Calhoun, Debbie Totten, "Sand" "Smut". One Hundred TenKing Bill Denham and Queen Mary Katheryn McCurdy Our Christmas Celebrities One Hundred TwelveDenise Mitchell and Russell Beadles Seniors A suspense filled moment."his Is the Year That WeisADVERTISING One Hundred SeventeenOne Hundred EighteenVERA'S VANITY STEWART S is Super QUALITY CLEANERS For Quality Cleaning in Albion, Illinois Look And See What PORTER’S Have Today COPELAND'S FURNITURE One Hundred NineteenOne Hundred Twenty-One THE BEST PRICES FOR YOUR STOCKCOME AROUND AND GET THE CAR THAT YOU NEED CHEVROLET DEALER Used Cars - Parts - Authorized Service FIRST STATE BANK OF WEST SALEM West Salem, Illinois One Hundred Twenty-TwoOne Hundred Twenty-ThreeTHE CAR OF YOUR LET’S HEAR IT FOR FLOWER POWER! This is THE Flower Shop D R E A M S One Hundred Twenty-FourCompany Everything You Need For Your Frig at WIB'S P.O. Box 70 Phone 445-2021 Albion, Illinois D.C. WILLIAMS SON OIL FIELD CONSTRUCTION Jewelers Since Production Operations 1909 Trucking And Ditching Albion, Illinois 62806 Fully Insured One Hundred Twenty-FiveGILLIARDS Promote Teen Interest With New Store IT'S QUIET NOW BUT NEVER AT NOON AND NIGHT TIME. One Hundred Twenty-SixHERSCHEL JOHNSON IMPLEMENT CO. EDWARDS CO. AUTHORIZED ALLIS CHALMERS DEALER "Judy Thinks Her Dad's The Greatest .... We Think You'll Agree." ST LEDGER INSURANCE AGENCY 10 West Main St. Albion, Illinois "Complete Insurance Service" WEST SALEM’S Scene Maker One Hundred Twenty-SevenBROCK S BODY SHOP Albion BEN CRAW Browns Join Snoopy and The Gang For Lunch At The DAIRY DEL Quick Service Carry-Out Orders Shepherd's, Albion McWilliams grocery Complete Line of Groceries Meats Pho. 5-2611 x Albion One Hundred Twenty-Eight AlbionBONE GAP ELEVATOR WAYNE FEEDS BAGGED OR WAYNE ANIMAL HEALTH AIDS BULK Phone 447-3384 CUSTOM GRINDING MIXING It Pays To Feed The Difference Wayne Makes. J-K FARM STORE BROWNS Your Future "Dream Home" Can Begin Here At The House of Homes' In West Salem COLONIAL LAUNDRY Completely Carpeted Equipped With Maytag Washers Preheated Sahara Dryers Tools — Appliances Hardware Supplies Phone 446-5211 Ivan Eleanor Case Phone 447-9322 Bone Gap undred Twenty-NineCompliments From UNOCO' RED HILL SERVICE Compliments From EMIL BUNTING Appliances — Implements Phone 445-8235 — Albion Your Bulk Supply Dealer — West Salem One Hundred ThirtyBAILEY FARM CENTER B,ow„s The Best In Liquid Fertilizers — Call Us Today One Of The Fertilizer Dispensers On Location At Test Site Near Browns One Hundred Thirty-One "Known By The Customers We Keep"FIRST FOR FARMING KITCHENE INSURANCE Auto - Life - Fire Pho. 445-2012 Albion RAIBLEY IMPLEMENT CO. Rt. 15 East Albion CONSUMERS To Albion, West Salem, Browns, Bone Gap, Carmi, Ridgeway, Omaha One Hundred Thirty-TwoILLINOIS GRAIN CORP. Southeastern Grain Co. Between Albion Browns "It's A Tall Landmark" Compliments of DR.ROBERT H. HUMPHREY D.D.S. One Hundred Thirty-ThreeCHAMPION LABORATORIES Progress For Edwards County Oil Filters - Air Cleaners Products Associated With The Care of Oil A Division of Pyroil, Associated With STP We're Proud Of You Many E.C.H.S. Graduates Are Employed Here You Look Pretty Good To Us One Hundred Thirty-FourThese Were The Top Ten Seniors"This is the year that was . . . One Hundred Thirty-Six

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