Edwardsville High School - Tiger Yearbook (Edwardsville, IL)
- Class of 1949
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The Hi-Y. under 'rhe guidance of Mr. Don Lewis and Mr. Don Afkinson has developed info an oufsfand-
ing boys' club af E. H. S. The Hi-Y has sponsored one major all-school affair, fhe Hi-Y Mixer Parfy, which
has become an annual affair here af school.
The organizafion ioined fhe Hi-Tri in a discussion of boy and girl problems. This proved fo be a greaf
success. Wifhouf fhe excellenf cooperafion of bofh sponsors, fheir officers, and fhe members of bofh clubs,
fhis affair would nof have been possible.
The Hi-Y has increased in membership fhis year, which is one sfep foward making if fhe besf club in
fhe council. ,This acfive membership has made if necessa.ry fo have a Hi-Y cabinef which advises fhe
officers and assisfs in fhe planning of meefings.
So far fhere has been one social affair in fhe Hi-Y fhis year. This was a very successful hayride where
everybody had a good fime. This delighfful affair was held af Mr. Lewis' counfry home near Alfon.
The meefings run in discussion from boys' social problems fo having a speaker fo falk fo fhe club.
The sfrongesf fwo classes in fhe Hi-Y are fhe Freshmen and Sophomores oufnumbering fhe Juniors and
Seniors by quife a margin. Therefore, we are building up a club fhaf in fhree or four years will excel
in scholarship, sporfsmanship and Chrisfian' living.
Leff fo righf, back row: Mr. Afkinson, Richard Weckman, Emil Paul, Lefo Mefz, Tom Slowey, Charles Tosovsky, Bob Gallamore,
Lesfer Berlemann, Jack Magee, Eddie Gillham, Carl Mick, Mr. Lewis.
Second row: Charles Vermillion, Dan Eilers, Charles Schroeder, Russell Nordsfrom, Richard Hoffman, Earl Vaugniaux, Kenny
Sperandio, Wilbur Widicus, Charles Alexander, Bill Haase, Henry Fredrickson, David Maxfield.
Fronf row: Don Heuer, Lloyd Hulsker, Clyde Jacobs, Leroy Leifner.
Back row: Don Balsfer, Mr. Lewis, Bob Greenwood, Oliver Wilhold, Roy Warning, Gordon Erickson, Roy Hess, Roger Brooks,
Jack Bufler, Charles Scholl, Bill Weber, Joe Smolfz, Mike Newell, Bill Riley, Reeves Bauer, Joe Foehrkalb, Richard Rohrkasfe,
Dale Sfrahan. Mr. Afkinson, Carl Hanser.
Second row: Bob Ford, Roberf Meyer, Jimmy Gasfon, Jimmy Dorr, Jack Considine, James Williams, Rocky Poos, Roy Long,
Don Gehrig, Ronald Harris, Ray Snodgrass, Jim George, Ray Brumiff, Lowell Schafer, Paf Bagby, Jack Croak.
Firsf row: Freddie Widicus, Bill Lanham, Alberf De Sherlia, Raymond Perry, Richard Oesferle, Warren McDonald, Alvil
Meikamp, Don McLean, Bob Kirk, Carl Fish, Richard Johnson, Verlin Drda, Richard Cunningham.
Wifh fhe aid of our sponsors, Miss Elsie J. Sloan, Miss Grace Cunningham, Miss Ella Helm, and Miss
Nellie Alexander, our Hi-Tri fhis year has succeeded in sponsoring many worfh while acfivifies for all fhe
sfudenfs of E. H. S.
The Hi-Tri is fhe largesf organizafion open fo all girls in school. To begin fhe school year, fhe Hi-Tri
sponsored an informal inifiafion for fhe new members af a big wiener roasf and bonfire in fhe parking lof.
Nexf came fhe "Kid Par+y" when fhe girls discarded fheir dignify, broughf jumping ropes, dolls, and fheir
sis+er's foys fo help fill fhe evening wifh enioymenf. ln February, fhe Hi-Tri fook on fhe roll of cupid by
spo.nsoring fhe Sadie Hawkins Parfy. The girl asked fhe boy, boughf fhe fickefs, made him a corsage of
preposferous ifems, called' for him, and paid fhe bills of fhe evening. The lasf social funcfion fhe Hi-Tri
sponsored was fhe formal candlelighf insfallafion of officers for fhe incoming year.
The Hi-Tri is divided info four groups according fo classes, each group having ifs own officers. Once
each monfh during acfivify period, fhe individual groups meef. Each group sponsors a ioinf program fo
which all girls in school are invifed. These ioinf meefings were held in fhe gym and included a panel
discussion, a play, a sfyle show, and a program honoring our mofhers.
The Hi-Tri Council is fhe governing and guiding agency of Hi-Tri. The officers are Marilyn Ranek-
Presidenf, Paf Ohl-Vice Presidenf, Margaref Long-Secrefary, and Sharon Lewis-Treasurer.
Leff fo righf, firsf row: Dorofhy Marfin, Lucy Gillham, Eunice Knoche, June Kniser, Margaref Long.
Second row: Sylvia Vogel, Donna Fiegenbaum, Mary Henfz, Rufh Frey, Marilyn Ranek, Mary Ann
Third row: Miss Grace Cunningham, Miss Elsie Sloan, Sharon Lewis, Judifh Kriege, Mary Naumann,
Pafsy Ohl, Pauline Meyer, Miss Ella Helm, Miss Nellie Alexander.
Lell lo righl, bacl: row: Arlyne
Moehle, Marie Johnson, Lola
Shaffer, Eunice Kneble, Lucille
Knechl, Miss Sloan.
Fourlh row: Lavon Lischmann,
Elhel Deppe, Norma Schoellle,
Violel Schoenbaum, Joline Zrusl,
Mable Dippold, Lennella Davis.
Third row: Conslance Roedel,
Grace Malhis, Ann Dunlap, Eve-
lyn Dillman, Thelma Johnson,
Jane Eberharl, Jean Eberharl.
Second row: Elizabelh Shaw,
Anila Hawkins, Nadine Speran-
dio, Joan Harlman, Marilyn
Ranelr, Lorraine Scheibal.
Firsl row: Janel Wieduwill, Mary
Barnsbaclr, Pal Langley, Rila
Neville, Belly Barry, Jean Flavin,
Top row: Pauline Meyer, Miss
Sloan, Sharon Lewis, Helenmary
Third row: Carole Overmeier,
Joan Highlander, Pal Ohl, Belly
Jean Flannery, Rulh Frey, Mary
Second row: Margarel Long,
Joan Harrison, Marilyn Brase,
Mary Ann Fagan, Shirley Long,
Firsl row: Conslance Broshow,
Shirley Rozum, Doris Poos, Dorcas
Callahan, Dorolhy Pilre, Carole
Top row: Shirley Wibbing, Nina
Whillenberg, Shirley Aberl, Judy
Kriege, Pally Jo Flagg, Susanne
Figy, Eunice Knoche, Miss Cunn-
Third row: Dolores Koenig,
Marian Relhmeier, Allyne Slein-
man, Mary Aliels, Belly Jane
Puncher, Sylvia Vogel, Barbara
Bollman, Theresa Jaros.
Second row: Helen Pelers, Sue
Hosier, Evelyn Brunnworlh, Rose-
mary Merlcel, Jane Long, Yvonne
Baldridge, Virginia Wayne, Caryl
Firsl row: Jean Fiesler, Darlene
Gerclen, Belly Lou Fagan, Ar-
lene Schoenleber, Marilyn Breve,
Joyce Arlh, Mildred Weidner.
Lell lo righl, lop row: Corinne
Wagner, Darlene Yehling, Rila
Eads, Janice Willmore, Florence
Third row: Marilyn Gusewelle, lna
Rae Blalniclr, Lillian Nicolussi,
Evelyn Poydaclr, Lois Kenneclre,
Sylvia McDonough, Edna Talleur.
Second row: Elizalaelh Spencer,
lrene Schlemer, Jeanelle Schae-
fer, Agnes Jo Schwehr, Verna
Buehler,. Alice. Meyer,. Marie
Firsl row: Doris Wood, Dorolhy
Proll, Joan Nelxola, Rulh Belie-
meyer, Marilyn Mayer, Mary Lou
Frisby, Phyllis Croalr.
Leif lo righi, lop row: Marie
King, Genevieve Engellce, Belly
Davis, Bernice Morifz, Emma
Third row: Georgia Gerard, Ann
Whiiiingion, Jane Mindrup, Mary
Jean Sfriclrland, Laura Balsier.
Second row: Doris Koenig, Do-
lores Ranelc, Gwendolyn Evans,
Caihryn B r i d w e l l, Laverne
Schmidf, Alice Juslice, Dorofhy
Firsi row: Doris Brase, Lenora
Davis, Jaclclyn Cooper, Alice
Deehan, Arlene Carlin, Julia
Heberer, Ruih Buhrle.
Top row: Charloiie Sfeinman,
Fourih row: Flora Lee Werfhs,
Consuella Goff, Janice Gordon,
BeHy Krupslri, Mary Margarei
Young, Joan Long, Miss Helm.
Third row: Lois Sfunlrel, Nancy
Schwager, Donna Fiegenbaum,
Shirley Buhr, Camilla Smifh,
Third row: Pearl Graham, Janice
Deferman, Ri+a Sfraclrleiahn, Vir-
ginia Camaraia, Dorolhy Marlin,
Doro+hy Koenig, Delores Sim-
Firsf row: Mary Ann Sfoces,
Beverly Bess, Rufh Nelson, Lucy
Gillham, Beverly Orman, Par
Berlemann, Joan Rabus.
LeH io righf, lop row: Nancy
Wieduwili, Mary Jo Lowry, Mary
Nauman, Joan Kriege, Esfher
Aliels, Pal Hall.
Third row: BeHy Aberi, Shirley
Menlc, Shirley Suess, Sally Tux-
horn, Beverly Scheibal, Alice
Osfrowslry, Joyce Rupp.
Second row: Mary Ann Kohl-
burn, Ruby Renken, Vera Mae
Schoeiile, Shirley Rowlands, Vera
Mae Ziegler, Florence Paul,
LoreHa Emshousen, Shirley Piice.
Firsf row: Rifa Zilra, Shirley
Zoellers, Judy Barnsbaclr, Mare
lene Buehrer, Dorofhy O'Connell,
Gloria Burger, Ann Delicafe.
Top row: Mariorie Love, Rosalyn
Third row: Mariorie Gehrig,
June Kniser, Joan Pefers, Peggy
Walker, Audrey Bardelmeier, Ver-
na Mae Baeser, Marian Biclcell.
Second row: Miss Alexander,
Frances Sfahlhuf, JoAnn Mareylca,
Carole Marfi, Laverne Voyles,
Henrieiia Tipps, Gerry Barnhari,
Firsf row: Shirley Sieehlinger,
Esiher Koch, Velma Wessel, Mary
Ann Maccracken, Delores Rozum,
Wilma Puncher, Janef Price.
Leif fo righi, back row: Kennelh Sperandio, Rodney Senn, David Maxfield, Harlow Coollaaugh, Charles Mays, Jack
Riggs, Tom Slowey, Raymond Zoelzer, Clyde Nealy.
Middle row: Miss Halcher, Marilyn Brase, Shirley Rozum, Virgina Pierson, Lucille Knechf, Pauline Meyer, Elizabefh Shaw,
Mary Henfz, Pal Ohl, Helenmary Carlin, Jean Flavin.
Froni row: Sharon Lewis, Rifa Neville, Violel Schoenbaum, Lola Shaffer, Belly Barry, Nadine Sperandio, Evelyn Dillman,
FUTURE FARMERS OF AMERICA
Leif +o righf, boHom row: Vernon Marfi, Clyde Spilze, Dale Hollman, Donald Dannenberg, Odell Thorpe, EvereH' Bulcher,
Second row: Jim Kovarik, Frank Provaznik, Lloyd Hulsker, Emil Paul, Bob Green, Charles Tosovsky, Vernon Hollman, Marvin
Third row: Franklin Mellenlhin, Earl Viere, Ray Bode, Roloerl' Sleinman, Glenn Reichmann, Herschel Kluefer, Viclor Daiber,
Jerry Garde, Don Heuer, Carl Olive, Henry Zoelzer, Don Roberlson, Frank McBride, Merle Yafes, Herman Lawrence, Ray-
Fourfh row: Sammy Dorsey, Harold Schaberg, Edward Wieseman, Leroy Renken, Darl Klopmeier, Bob Cliflon, Marvin
FUTURE HOMEMAKERS OF AMERICA
The Edwardsville Chap+er of 'Ihe Fu'Iure Homemakers of America was organized in Edwardsville High
School in I945. The IocaI chapI'er is affiliaied wirh boih 'Ihe sI'aI'e and na+ionaI organiza'I'ions.
The officers for I948-49 are as follows: Beverly Beck, presidenh Dorcas Callahan, vice-preside,n+g Sylvia
Taylor, secrefary, Jean Fiesler, Ireasurerg Joan Harlman, pubIici+y book chairman: Mary Ar+h, I'ypis+ and
reporferg Marie Hans, song leader, Edna Talleur, ways and means chairman, Mrs. Callahan, chap'rer mo+herg
Mrs. Talleur, a.ssis+an+ chapI'er mo+herg and Miss Lucy Parkey, sponsor.
Our former chapI'er moI'her, Mrs. William Figge, is S+a're Morher and Edna Talleur is Secfion IV
During 'Ihe summer I'he F. H. A. sen+ Beverly Beck, Joan Harfman, and Miss Parkey Io I'he Na+ionaI
ConvenI'ion in Kansas Cify and Dorcas Callahan I'o SI'a're Lea-dership Camp.
Edwardsville is acfive in Sec+ion IV. F. H. A. was represenfed a+ Ihe House of Delegaies and Secrion
Rally. Edwardsville received Ihe ou+sI'andi.ng chapfer award a'I' an assembly in Oclober and Iied wi+h
Dupo for firsf in pubIici'I'y book.
Lefl Io righ+, firs+ row: BeHy Flannery, Mabel Dippold, Mary Jean Arfh, Shirley Rozum, Palricia Burger, Delores Schmidt
Second row: Doris Wood, Mary Jane Walson, BeHy Puncher, Lavon Lischmann, Beverly Beck, Miss Parkey, Marilyn Ranek,
Lorraine Scheibal, Joan Harfman, Jean Fiesler, Rifa Eads, Mildred Weidner. ,
Back row: Edna Talleur, Marie Hans, Shirley King, Corinne Wagner, Darlene Yehling, Marilyn Gusewelle, Sylvia Taylor,
Beverly Vollinfine, Virginia Pierson, Marcella Eberharf, Dorcas Callahan.
Firsf row: Janer Price, BeH'y Aberf, Shirley Zoellers, Iona Ernsl, Henrieffa Tipps, Gloria Burger, Carol Marii, Mary Nau-
mann, Beverly Bess.
Second row: Frances S+ahIhu+, Ann Trares, Mary Jo Lowry, Melba Taylor, Melvina Hufsiedler, Lore'H'a Emshouser, Nancy
Wieduwilr, Mary Ann Kohlburn, Charlene Walker, Audrey Arfh, Par HiHner, Frances SeHIe, Florence Paul.
Back row: Wilma Funcher, Dolores Rozurn, Shirley Menk, Shirley Suess, Alice Deehan, Peggy Walker, Ruih Nelson, Velma
Wessel, Mariorie Love, Joan Pelers, Audrey Bardelmeier, Norma Kluefer, Doris Brase, Lenora Davis, Janice Deferman, Ruby
Renken, Marlene Buehrer.
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"GINGER SNAPS BACK"
. Marilyn Breve
Mary Lou Frisby
..,.. Dan Eilers
SCENES FROM THE PLAY
"Ginger Snaps Back" was presenied by 1'he mem-
bers of fhe Junior Class, November 20 as +heir
con+ribu+io,n fo 'rhe dramaffc efforfs of E. H. S.
Disguises seemed +o be 1'he fad and +hey varied
from +he addifion of a beard +o dressing as a
female 'ro give 'Phe audience a good chance +o ask
The cas+ was assis+ed by Sylvia. Vogel, Eunice
Knoche, Edna Talleur, Rosemary Merkel, Mrs. Alice
Crocker, Joe Jellen, Richard Weckman, and Pe+e
Gemoules. The play was presen+ed under +he able
direcfion of Mr. Don Aikinson.
JUNIOR PLAY CAST AND DIRECTOR
Leff lo righf, firsl row: Sylvia Vogel, Jane Long, Joyce Arfh, Barbara Bollman, Marilyn Breve, Mary Lou Frisby, Eunice
Second row: Edna Talleur, Lesfer Berlemann, John Trares, Jud ifh Kriege, Bob Gallamore, Dan Eilers, Mr. Don Alkinson
MISS MARY HENTZ D
REIGNING QUEEN OF l948 FOOTBALL PROM
THE QUEEN AND HER LADIES-IN-WAITING
ELIZABETH SHAW QUEEN MARY JOAN HIGHLANDER cARoLE DAVIS
Queen Mary Henlz
Virginia Kinsman, flower girl
Gaylord Powell, crown bearer.
Barbara Boergadine, flower girl
Pasl' Queen Mary Lou
Rose Marie Ponela
THE ROYAL COURT
Up: Lucy Gillham
The EHS cheering sec+ion was led fhis year by
fhree pe+i+e leaders, Ina Rae Bla+nick, Phyllis Croak,
and Lucy Gillham under fhe direclion of Miss BeHy
Guller. A+ home or away our fans found +he cheer
leaders presenf +o help cheer +he feam along and
raise fheir morale. Their size had no effecf on
fheir abilify fo make noise alfhough LiHle Ed-die,
fheir mascof, helped fhem along wi+h a +iny roar
now and +hen. Thanks fo our cheerleaders, Ed-
wardsville's presence a+ +he games was readily
recognized. They kepl' our spirif up when we need-
ed if mosf and gave fhe feam a liHle of fheir
enihusiasm, pep, and op'I'imism for fhai' anficipafeid
Down: Phyllis Croak, lna Rae Blafnick
rllsr FOW. IVIF. IJYBWCT.
Second row, leff fo righf: Jack Riggs, David Maxfield, Fred Gillham, Ray Heinemeier, Pisfol Coolbaugh, Don Roberfson,
Tom Slowey, Buddy Baumgarfner, Willie Goff.
Third row: Richard Ridgeway, Carl Mick, Frank McBride, Clifford Hoppe, Dan Eilers, Clyde Spifze, Louis Perini, Leslie
Fourfh row: Lawrence Kacer, Alberl Bayer, Eddie Gillham, Joe Foehrkalb, Jim George, Earl Whiied, Billy Riley, Carl Fish,
Fiffh row: Richard Johnson, Ross Rosenfhal, EmmeH' Shori, Roy Hess, Roy Kolesa, Alvin Meikamp, Charles Wilson, Melvin
Sixih row: Fred Twenle, Roger Brooks, Verlin Drda, Clinfon Schoenleber.
FOOTBALL LETTERMEN '
rlrsr row, leff +o righf: Dan Eilers, Franlc McBride, Don Roberfson, Fred Gillham, Tom Slowey, Leslie Lance, Richard Ridge
way, Willard Goff, Bob Barnharf, Earl Whifed.
Second row: David Maxfield, Vincenl' Beclr, Jack Riggs, Charles Mays, Ray Heinemeier, Harlow Coolbaugh, Carl Mick
Clifford Hoppe, Karl Fish, Coach Brewer.
The I948 edifion of fhe Edwardsville Tigers un der Coach Bill Brewer made a beH'er showing fhan had
b I. h d . . . .
een accompls e rn receni' years. lnfensrve drill in fhe fundamen+als early in Seprember was follo ed b
rhorough pracfice in rheir applicafiong 'lhe Tigers succeeded in winning vicfories over 1-hree opponenfs,
'lying one, and losing 'ro five. Three of fhe losses were ai' 'lhe hands of De Andreis of Sf. Louis, sfrong
parochial school +eam, and fo Roxana and Collinsville, power houses of fhis area.
The l948 foofball
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aHi+ude in sporrsmanship and fair play. Wi+h an improved spirif being displayed in foofball i+ is hoped,
ihal' +he fufure of E. H. S. gridiron ac'rivi+ies will con rinue fo advance.
aggrega+ion was a high-spirif ed, hard fighiing ouffil' all of whom dis la ed a F'
Coach Bill Brewer in addiiion +o serving a full-schedule as boys' P. E. insfrucfor worked diligenfly and
fai+hfull d ' + lo ' '
y an is o e commended for his excellenf handling of fhe feam.
Bil BrewLr oa h
Bob Barnharf, Lefl' End
Wayne Baumgar+ner, Quarlerback
Vincenf Beck, LeH End
Harlow Coolbaugh, Quarierback
Dan Eilers, Righl' End
Carl Fish, Lefl Halfback
Fred Gillham, Righi' Guard
Willard Goff, Fullbaclc
Ray Heinemeier, Fullback
Clifford Hoppe, LeH Halfback
Leslie Lance, Lefl' Guard
David Maxfield, Cenier
Charles Mays, Righi Halfback
Frank McBride, Righi' Tackle
Carl Mick, Righf Halfback
Richard Ridgeway, Righi' Tackle
Jack Riggs, Cenier
Don Roberlson, Lef'I' Tackle
Tom Slowey, Lef+ Tackle
Earl Whiled, Righf End
THJE I948 FOOTBALL SEASON
TIGERS I2g MT. OLIVE 0
MI'. Olice suffered ifs firsf home game defeaf i.n
fhree years by fhe Tigers. Our 'Ieam looked good
for ifs firsf game. Heinemeier made bofh fouch-
dow.ns on line plunges. Mosf of fhe game was
played in fhe enemy's ferrifory, proving our super-
iorify all 'Ihrough fhe game.
TIGERS I9g STAUNTON I9
Sfring defenses were evidenf in bofh feams.
Heinemeier scored fwice in fhe firsf half, leaving
fhe score I2 'I'o 6, Tigers. The Bulldogs came back
i.n fhe second half wifh a lead of I9 fo I2. Hoppe
ran fhe ball over in a 25 yar-d run wifh seconds fo
go, and Ray ran fhe exfra poin'I', fo fie fhe game
up which ended in a fhriller.
TIGERS 2Ip MADISON 2
EdwardsviIIe's powerful line was fhe deciding fac-
for in fhis game, wifh II fo 8 firsf downs. We
scored in all periods excepl' fhe firsf. The Trojans
scored when fhey blocked a kick for a safefy. There
was a Iighf rain during fhe secon-d period which
seemed +o gel' fhe Tigers rolling.
TIGERS I3g DeANDREIS 25
The Wildcafs seemed fo have a fasfer fealm fhan
ours. Alfhough fhey oufweighed our feam, we
never made a fumble in 'I'he game. Heinemeier
scord bofh fouchdowns, one on a pass from Cool-
baugh for a 25-yard score and fhe o'I'her on a line
TIGERS I4g WOOD RIVER 7
The Oilers led Iduring fhe firsf half, 7 fo 0.
Hoppe scored in fhe fhird period affer fhe feam
foughf a desperafe baffle fo fhe I yard line. Mays
saved fhe game when he infercepfed a pass and
scored on a 45-yard run in fhe fourfh quarfer. By
fhe end of fhe game fhe Tigers had oufclassed 'Ihe
opponenfs wifh II 'Io 5 firsf downs, in a fhrilling
TIGERS 6, ROXANA 20
The Shells scored in fhe firs'I' period affer which
Barnharf wenf over on a 2I-yand run wifh a pass
from Coolbaugh. Affer a poor sfarf in fhe firsf
half, Roxana snapped back and wenf info fheir sixfh
sfraighf vicfory. The Tigers .never fhreafened in
fhe second half, having only one firsf down.
TIGERS O, ALTON 27
The Redbirds won fheir spurs when fhey fook us
for 'Iheir firsf win affer five losses. The Tigers never
fhreafened. If was a hard foughf baffle, buf iusf
couIdn'+ hold fhem off. We held fhem fo seven
poinfs i.n fhe firsf half, buf fhey picked up in fhe
TIGERS 9, COLLINSVILLE 47
The Kahoks sfarfed ouf wifh a I3-poinf Iead', when
'rhe Tigers fackled fhe enemy in fhe end zone, for a.
safefy, making if I3 fo 2. Then Wilkinson wenf
over on a pass from Coolbaugh, for a score of I3
fo 9. The Kahoks wenf on fo wi.n a hard foughf
game on a cold clear nigh'I'.
TIGERS 6: GRANITE CITY 26
The Warriors played a rough game in which
several players were iniured. AI' fhe end of fhe
game we led I'h,em in firsf downs wifh I2 fo I I. Bofh
feams used a passing affack wifh mosf of GraniI'e's
clicking. We complefed only 5 ouf of 20. Cool-
baugh scored on a quarferback sneak, affer four
complefe passes and several hard drives. The
feam was handicapped by 'I'he absence of Hoppe.
SEEN AROUND SCHOOL
BUDDING ARTISTS SERIOUS LIBRARIANS
A FRIENDLY VISIT IT'S DONE THIS WAY KID LUCCO, JUST LIKE HIS OLD MAN
MR. LITTLE'S TYPING DEMONS MR. LUCCO MAKES 'EM LIKE HISTORY
The EHS gym was iransformed
info a realm of weird looking char-
acfers on Ociober 30, l948. Whai'
was +he occasion? Why, fhe an-
nual Halloween Parfy, of course.
Everyone had irouble idenfifying
even his besf friend in such cos-
'rumes as a grandfa+her's clock,
hunchback. or a big head. I+ was
even discovered how Miss Be++y
eungf would look as s rabbn and
Miss Nellie .Alexander as a canni-
bal. Affer 'Phe grand march prizes
were awarded fo fhe besi' cos-
fumes in each group.
Music was provided by Bob
S+unlcel's orches+ra. Refreshmenls
were served fo climax anoiher en-
ioyable evening af E. H. S.
Pauline Meyer r
Mr. Cleaon Efzlcorn, direcfor of fhe Edwardsville High School
band, has been here wifh us for fhree years. During fhaf fime
he has succeeded in building up a sfrong and efficienf band
Mr. Efzlcorn faughf music af McBride High School in S+. Louis
before he came fo Edwardsville. He is a World War ll veferan,
having served in fhe Unifed Sfaies Army. There he played wifh
fhe Camp Callanr Band in San Diego, Calif. He has played wifh
some of fhe counfry's besl' musicians and has observed fhe per-
formances of fhe finesf bands and orchesfras.
During fhe summer monfhs he direcfs fhe Wood River Munici-
pal Band, plays barifone wifh fhe Edwardsville Municipal Band,
and holds summer rehearsals wifh fhose members who can affend.
Mr. Efzlcorn is always building for a beffer and bigger ba.nd.
Through his fireless efforfs we are cerfain fhaf fhe fufure bands
of E. H. S. will develop even more successfully fhan fhose of fhe
E. H. S. BAND ENSEMBLE
Firsi' row: Kennefh Hanser, Jean Flavin, Carole Overmier, Edna Talleur, Laura Balsfer, Charloffe Sfeinman, Shirley Menlc,
Marian Bicliell, Dorofhy Koenig. T
Second row: Richard Kessman, Dean Plelcher, Jim Dorr, Joan Harrison, Lorefia Emshousen, Bob Kirlr, Joan Highlander, Mary
Naumann, Bob Gallamore, Ray Bode, Arlene Moehle, Vicior Daiber, Mary Young, Alice Deehan, Consfance Broshow, Doris
Wood, Joe Smolfz.
Third row: Peggy Walker, Esfher Koch, Shirley Suess, Ronald Harris, Paf Hall, Jim Ladd, Kennefh Hanser, Harry Lewis, Edwin
Overbeclr, Jimmy Willams, Lois Sfunlrel, Verlin Drda, Jim Barry, Janice Willmore, Marlene Buehrer, Bill Agles, Fred Schwa-
ger, Harold Hunl, Fred Widicus, Bill Grinsiead, Ray Brumiff, Mr. Efzlcorn.
Top row: Charlene Wallrer, Shirley Wibbing, Sam VonBroclr, Georgia Gerard, Roger Brooks, Nancy Schwager, Ray Snod-
grass, Virginia Camarala, Richard Hoffman, Clifford Hoppe, Jim Gasfon, Carl Fish, Warren McDonald, Jerry Senn, Pal
Bill Agles, Cornef
Paf Bagby, Drum
Laura Balsfer, French Horn
Jim Barry, Clarinef
Marian Biclrell, French Horn
Ray Bode, Clarinef
Roger Broolrs, Bass Horn
Consfance Broshow, Clarinef
Ray Brumiff, Cornef
Marlene Buehrer, Bassoon
Virginia Camarafa, Bass Horn
Vicfor Daiber, Clarinef
Alice Deehan, Clarinef
Jim Dorr, Clarinef
Verlin Drda, Trombone
Loreffa Emshousen, Clarinef
Carl Fish, Trombone
Jean Flavin, Saxophone
Bob Gallamore, Clarinef
Jim Gasfon, Trombone
Georgia Gerard, Bass Horn
Billy Grinsfead, Cornef
Paf Hall, Drum
Harris Hanser, Oboe
Kennefh Hanser, Cornef
Ronald Harris. Cornef
Joan Harrison, Clarinef
Joan Highlander, Clarinef
Richard Hoffman, Trombone
Clifford Hoppe, Trombone
Harold Hunf, Cornef
Richard Kessman, Saxophone
Bob Kirk, Clarinel
Esiher Koch, Alfo Clarinef
Dorolhy Koenig, French Horn
Jim Ladd, Cornel
Harry Lewis, Cornel
Warren McDonald, Drum
Shirley Menk, French Horn
Arlyne Moehle, Clarinef
Mary Naumann, Clarinef
Edwin Overbeck, Cornei
Carole Overmeier, Saxophone
Dean Plefcher, Saxophone
Fred Schwager, Cornei
Nancy Schwager, Bass Horn
Jerry Senn, Drum
Joe Smollz, Saxophone
Ray Snodgrass, Bass Horn
K' 'li'yl.ChXTrlo++e Sfeinrnan, French Horn
VX , Lois Slunkel, Bari+one
XV Shirley Suess, Drum
Edna Talleur, Alfo Clarine+
Sam VonBrock, Barilone
Charlene Walker, Barifone
Peggy Walker, Drum
Shirley Wibbing, Barifone
Fred Widicus, Cornef
Jimmy Williams, Clarinel
Janice Willmore, Clarinef
Doris Wood, Clarinel rw'
Mary Young, Clarinef
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Top row, lefl 'lo righlz Charles Alexander, Bill Fiegenbaum, John Sleiner, Jack Buller, Harlow Coolbaugh, Jim Kesl, Manager
Firsl row: Manager Kenny Sperandio, Roy Warning, Ray Heinemeier, Jack Enloe, George Melcalf, Mike Newell, Coach
B.ASKETBA LL SQUAD
Top row: Pal Bagby, Clinfon Schoenleber, Ronald Harris, Bob Kirk, Freddie Widicus, Ray Snodgrass, Joe Smolfz, Billy Leach,
Dean Plefcher, Richard Oeslerle, Berf DeSherlia, Eddie King.
Third row: Donald Gehrig, Roland Brumill, Roberl' Wheel, Charles Scholl, Oliver Wilhold, Gordon Erickson, Earl Whiled,
Frank Head, Bill Weber, Ray Wheal, Bob Greenwood, Ray Brumi'H, Coach Lucco.
Second row: Bill Fiegenbaum, Charles Alexander, Roy Warning. Ray Heinemeier. John Sleiner. Jack Enloe. George Mel-
cal'F, Mike Newell, Harlow Coolbaugh, Jack Bufler, Jim Kesl.
Firsl row: Managers: Kenny Sperandio, Don McLean.
I f THE SEASON
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COACH JOE LUCCO
TIGERS 36, HIGHLAND 42
ln meefing Ihe Highland 'realm for fhe firsl' game
of fhe season fhe Tigers succumbed fo fhe mid-
season form of fheir opponenfs. Our feam gol off fo
an early lead, before Ihe end of fhe firs'I' period.
The Cagemen walked away from us in 'Ihe Iaffer
parl' of fhe game, excepf i.n fhe final quarfer where
we oufscored fhem. Alfhough losing, we didn'I'
give up. Second feam won fheir game, 38-34.
TIGERS 43: LIVINGSTON 40
The Tigers won fheir firsf game of I'he season, in
a c'ose game here. They fook fhe lead, and held il'
all fhrough fhe game. The Eagles were only one
poinl' behind near fhe end of fhe game, buf we
sunk fwo free fhrows, sewing up fhe game. If was
a close a.nd excifing game all fhe way fhrough.
The fe-am's free fhrows were sfill a IiH'Ie ragged.
TIGERS 42, BELLEVILLE 39
The Maroons sfarfed off wifh a lead of 8 fo 2,
buf when The firsf period ended, 'Ihe Tigers were
back in fhe game. Affer 'I'ha+, if was a fighf race.
Bofh fea.ms looked good, and fhe score remained
close unfil Ihe final period, when Belleville seemed
fo blowup. George Mefcalf was high poinf man,
and Mike Newell had fhe coolesf head, making six
ouI' of six free fhrows. The reserve squad won
fheir fhird sfraighl' vicfory, 4I-35.
TIGERS 27g TAYLORVILLE 28
Taylorville was leading 28-25, when' Roy Warning
made a long shoI'. Taylorville gof possession of fhe
ball, buf we s'IoIe if from fhem a.nd Mefcalf 'look if
down fhe floor and scored, buf fhe official called a
foul and George gol' a free fhrow and missed.
Since his baslzef 'didn'I' counf we Iosf a fhrilling game
by one poinf.
TIGERS 49g GRANITE CITY 52
The Tigers Iosf a nip-and-fuck ball game fo fhe
Granife Cify Warriors. The Bengals sI'af"Ied off
'Io an early lead in fhe firsf quarfer, buf fhe Warr-
iors passed fhem in fhe second period. We came
up fo wifhin fwo poinI's of fheir feam in 'I'he fhircl
quarfer. Hagopian of Ihe opposifion was our main
headache, seeming fo be able 'ro hil' from anywhere
on fhe floor. The free fhrows were anofher decid-
ing facfor wi'Ih +heir I4 fo our 9. The reserve 'Ieam
won Iheir game 44-27.
TIGERS 62: ALTON 44
The feams fied score af fhe firsf quarfer
and al' fhe half. I'I' was 'Ihe fhird quarfer fhaf really
sfarfeid fhe ball rolling for 'rhe Tigers. Ray Heine-
meier paced fhe local squad wifh I9 poinfs, and
Chuck Alexander poured in four field goals and a
free Ihrow. ,Alexander was high poinf man in fhe
second feam game wifh I2 poinfs.
TIGERS 433 RUSHVILLE 32
The Tigers dumped 'Ihe highly favored Rockefs
in a greaf upsef. The boys gof off fo an early lead
over fhe enemy and held if all fhrough fhe game.
Affer 'I'he firsf period, fhey never came wifhin four
poinfs of our feam. The Rockefs were considered
Ilfh in fhe sfafe. Coach Lucco said fhe Rockefs
had an off nighf, buf 'Ihey were s'I'iII a good feam.
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GEORGE F. BROCK SHARON LEWIS MRS. ROSE SANDS
Sponsor Presidenr Sponsor
The Sludenl Council serves as l'he official sludenl' voice of +he Edwardsville High School. Ai' fheir
Wednesday noon meefings held weekly lhroughouf fhe year lhis organizafion meers +o discuss many school
problems, +o consider plans for fhe general improvemenl' of rhe school, and +o plan for +he social and ed-
ucafional acfiviries of 'rhe school. These meerings have proved a decided educafional experience for 'I'he
s'ruden+s in 'rhe lively discussions by +he s+uden+ members concerning school issues. S+u-den+s learn in school
whaf many adulrs are obliged +o learn, fha? conrroversial quesrions have 'rwo or more sides, and fha? soluf-
ions maybe openly arrived al' by free discussion, compromise, and consideralion of 'rhe ol'her person's poin'l'
The S+uden+ Council has sponsored many school funclions. Bean dances have been conducfed afler
nearly all foofball and baskerball games and have been well alfended +his year. The Chrisrmas dance
which was held during fhe Chrisfmas holidays was highly successful bofh financially and 'From an enlerlain-
men'l s+andpoin'l'. fThe S+ude.n+ Council sponsored a school assembly in addi+ion +o having +he organizalion
presiden'l', Sharon Lewis, preside al' nearly all 'I'he olher programs. ln lhe spring rhe S'I'uden+ Council
inauguraired a series of semi-monrhly evening dances.
Firsf row: Bill Weber, Dan Eilers, Chuck Alexander, George M9fC6l'i- SeC0l'ICl FOWZ Carl FiSl'l. P-i+Sy Ohl, Ann Delicafe, Pai'
Berlemann, Belly Krupslri, Sharon Lewis, Margaref Long, Ann Dunlap, Nadine Sperandio, Jesse Rosenlhal. Top row: Warren
McDonald, Mrs. Rose Sands, Joe Foehrlcalb, Roy Warning, Kenny Sperandio, Joyce Arfh, Nina Whiffenburg, Mr. George
C ifimimHiiii zE3iziiiiiiiiiirmiifliirirlilimwilllilii
Sirains of music can usually be heard a.ny affernoon, when one walks pas+ +he music room for
fhe eager chorus members are singing new songs or singing +he older ones for pure enioymen+.
The mixed chorus, which mee+s on Thursday and Friday, is composed of all boys and upperclassmen girls.
The freshman girls meer during +he sixfh period by +hemselves. The girls' chorus meefs on Monday and +he
boys' on Tuesday.
The firsi fhing +hey musl' prepare for is +he Chrisrmas Program which consisrs largely of sacred songs.
This is held on +he lasi day of school before 'rhe Chrisfmas vacaiion.
Every year 'I'he choruses presenr an Opere'I'+a which +alces long hours of pracrice, bofh in learning rhe
songs and rehearsing of +he lines.
Firsf row: Pa? Langley, Jane? Wieduwilf, Jackie Cooper, Lucy Gillham, Mary Barnsback, Mildred Weidner, Wilma Gieselring,
Sylvia MacDonald, Dorcas Callahan, Jean Flavin, Virginia Wayne, Joyce Shearloclr.
Second row: EHa Rae PaH'on, Delores Simmons, Rufh Buhrle, Carole Davis, Joan Harrison, Lucille Knechr, Janef Smifh,
Beverly Orman, BeHy Davis, lris Smifh, Shirley Rozum.
Third row: Alice Meyer, Eunice Knoche, Consie Goff, Arlene Carlin, Genevieve Engellie, Jane Mindrup, Dorofhy Marlin,
Belly Jane Puncher, Suzanne Figy, Dolores Schmicll.
Fourlh row: Judilh Kriege, Arlene Moehle, Ann Dunlap, Elizabe+h Shaw, Grace Malhis, Anifa Hawkins, Frances Seffle, Marie
King, Doris Brase.
Fifth row: Barbara Bollman, Helenmary Carlin, Dona Fiegenbaum, Janice Deferman, Nina Whiffenberg, Lavon Lischmann,
Marilyn Ballweg, Cam Smifh, Nadine Sperandio, Pai Berlemann.
Sixfh row: Janice Gordon, Thelma Johnson, Caryl Neuhaus, Marilyn Breve, Sue Hosier, Be'Hy Lou Fagan, Arlene Schoen-
leber, Lola Shaffer, Violef Schoenbaum, Doris Poos.
Back row: Mr. Briggs, Don Balsfer, Alberl Bayer, Vernon Marti, Charles Schroeder, Bill Haase, Rodney Senn, Emil Paul, Donald
Sloeclzlin, George Lexow, Bill Klenlce.
Second row: Edward King, Jim George, Carl Hanser, Reeves Bauer, Bill Gass, Gordon Ericlrson, Kennefh Sperandio, Charles
Scholl, Milne Newell, Richard Rohrlcasle, Roberl' Greenwood, Charles Burgess.
Fronf row: Bob Ford, Alvin Meilxamp, Charles Glaser, Don Gehrig.
Second row: Audrey Bardelmeier, Carol Marli, Sally Tuxhorn, Marjorie Love, Joan Kriege, Rosemary Jones, Shirley Suess,
Dorofhy O'Connell, Shirley Menlx.
Firsf row: Ann Delicafe, Shirley Pille, Shirley Rowlands, Melvina Hufsfedler, Mary Ann McCraclren, Velma Wessel, June
Kniser, Judy Barnsbacli, Gerry Barnharf.
A NAUTICAL KNOT
THE BELLE OF BARNSTAPOOLE
Under fhe direcfion of Mr. George S. Briggs fwo
performances of fhe opereffa "A Naufical Knof"
were presenfed by fhe chorus groups Friday, March
I8 and Safurday, March I9, I949. The firsf was a
mafinee performance for fhe sfu-denf body and
faculfyg fhe second fo parenfs and fownspeople. ln
bofh performances fhe principals porfrayed fheir
roles fo perfecfion in song a.nd sfory and were
D, G+EOR6dE A , + assisfed by sfrong supporf from fhe choruses. The
:rec or an ccompams cad. follows:
Julia, fhe haughfy belle of Barnsfapoole 4..r,..,..,.,.......,.,.........,............ .,....,. V irgima Wayne
Nance, a genfle damsel .r..... ..,,..a......,...,.,...................,..,..,...r , .,4,. A nifa Hawkins
Barnabas Lee, a wandering arfisf ...,.....4.........,.......,......., ....r4.., R odney Senn
Joe Sfouf, sfalwarf mafe of fhe "Bounding Billow" .... ......,,,...r.. W llllam Gass
Bull Salf, an ancienf mariner .,......,....,,.,..a........,........,... ....... H enry Fredrlckson
Jim Spray ,.a,..,...,....,.,r,,...,r..,,,,.,..,...,.,.....,.,....,...... 4 ,,....... William Haase
Ned Bluff, Sailors on fhe "Bounding Billow" ,..... .,..,..........,.., E mil Paul
Jack Brace .,....a...., ...,.,,.,.....,., ..,.,.,.,,...,,,.......,.., ..,.... R i c hard Oesferle
D0 6 ....,.,..,.......,,.....,..,.....a..... ...,., D onna Flegenbaum
Da'SY. Barnsfapoole Girls ,.,,., .,....,... G race lvlafhls
D H3 ,..a...........,.....,,..,...,.,..a. ..,.,.. J oan Harrison
Firsf Arfisf ..,....,.. ..,. ,..,....... Vernon Marfl
Second Arfisf ,.,...,.,.. ,.,..,.,......r...,,,. .,..,..,,...,...........,...... ,....,. R i c hard Hoffman
Third Arfisf .. . .,..,..,,,..,......., .,..,.....,.,....,, ,....,...,,.,..,.......,a.... ...,....,...,..,....,.....,,...,,.......,....,........,....... C a r l Hanser
Chorus: Barnsfapoole girls, sailors, arisfs, fownspeople
Top row: Richard Oesferle, Bill Haase, Rodney Senn, Emil Paul, Bill Gass, Henry Fredriclcson.
Firsf row: Donna Fiegenbaum, Grace Mafhis, Virginia Wayne, Anifa Hawkins, Joan Harrison,
SCIENCE CLUB AND SPANISH CLUB
Top row: Miss Joan Hunier,
Alice Meyer, Carole Overmier,
Scofl Delicafe, Wilbur Warnoclr,
Norman Flagg, Bob Gallamore,
Dan Eilers, Don Heller, Jim Ladd,
Mary Barnsbaclr, Billy Grinslead,
Firsl row: Charles Alexander,
Bill Haase, John Ecli, Kennelh
Ulcena, Richard Wechman, Tim
Berlemann, Rodney Senn, Ken-
nelh Hanser, Jim Williams, David
Maxfield, Sammy VonBrocIr, Har-
Firsl' row, Iefl fo righf: Elizabefh
Spencer, Fred Schwager, Tom
Slowey, Lawrence Kacer, Rose-
marie Rupp, Joan Rabus, Ina Rae
Blalniclr, Phyllis Croalr, Marian
Second row: Joan Nelrola, Vera
Schoellle, Mary Ann McCracken,
Joe Jellen, Rifa Neville, Sharon
Lewis, Pearl Graham, Rosemary
Jones, Jo Ann Maieylxa.
Third row: Jesse Rosenihal, Char-
loHe Sfeinman, Shirley Rowland,
Lesler Berlemann, L a V e r n e
Schmidf, Nadine Sperandio, Alice
Juslice, Marilyn Ballweg, Eslher
Fourlh row: Harold Schwehr,
Richard Johnson, Ronald Harris,
Joe Smollz, Donald Gehrig, Berf
DeSherIia, Richard Cunningham,
Pal Bagby, Miss Grace Cunning-
The Science Club is composed of sludenls who are inleresled in science. In March 'Ihey held' 'rheir
annual local science lair. This year, prizes dona'Ied by local merchanrs were given as awards. SixI'een of
Ihe award winning proiecls wen'I +o Ihe sI'a+e Junior Academy of Science in May. This aclive club also
presenred a Iyceum and published Ihe TIGER NEWSLETTER, a paper Ielling of Ihe cIub's acriviries. The
sponsors are Miss Hunler and Mr. Allcinson.
Ac+ivi'I'y period: 'Forl'y-eighl' eager Spanish sI'u denls rush Io I'he meeiing place of 'La Ter'I'uila'. Here
Marilyn Ballweg will conducr I'he meeI'i.ng in Spanish. Lesler Berleman will call 'rhe roll, which will be answer-
ed wilh an enrhusiaslic 'aqui' from Ihe members. ,
They can expecl' good enlerrainmenl for Ihe enlerlainmenl' commiHee has been hard a'I worlc. Perhaps
il' will be a Spanish dance, a Iallc o.n Mexican Ieenagers, or one of our senorilas singing a Spanish love song.
This is 'Ihe regular procedure of colorful 'La TerI'uIia'.
Miss Grace Cunningham is 'Ihe able sponsor.
CCMMERCE AND MATH CLUBS
Firsf row: Joan Harrison, Mary
Second row: Joan Highlander,
Pai Ohl, Arlyne Moehle.
Third row: Eunice Kneble, Lu-
cille Knechf, Miss Alefha Smiser,
Shirley Long, Norma Schoeffle.
Top row: Charles Moehle.
Third row: Erwin Schumacher.
Fred Twenfe, Russell Nordsfrom.
Second row: Bill Hagemeyer,
Miss Nellie Alexander, Miss Ella
Helm, John Raffaelle.
Firsf row: Richard Oesferle,
Dorofhy Pilre, Shirley Wibbing,
Charles Fellensfein, Vincenf Beck.
Af fhe regular business meefings of fhe Commerce Club, reporfs are given by fhe members on fhe
essenfial parfs of business prodecure and secrefarial work.
One of fhe big evenfs of fhe year was a frip fo fhe felephone office when fhe girls were falcen
fhrough 'l'he confrol room and' were faughf fo place calls.
The club is under fhe gui-dance of Miss Alefha Smiser and fhe officers are: Presidenf, Mary Ann Fagan:
Vice-Presidenf, Arlyne Moehleg Secrefary, Pafsy Ohl, and Treasurer, Shirley Long.
The purposes of fhis club are fo promofe inferesf in fhe sfudy of mafhemafics, fo afford a.n opporfunify
for discussing mafhemafical subiecfs, and' fo sfu-dy cerfain inferesfing fopics connecfed wifh mafhemafics
which do nof find a place in fhe usual classroom because of lack of fime.
Affer fhe bi-weelcly business meefings of fhe Mafh Club, numerous fopics are discussed, such as fhe
slide rule, devices in compufafion, hisforical fopics, puzzles, and advanced fopics on lmafh.
The officers are as follows: Vincenf Beck, Presidenf: Charles Fellensfein, Vice-Presidenfg Erwin Schu-
FRENCH AND LATIN CLUBS
Janice Deferman, Delores Sim-
mons, Virginia Wayne, Charles
Moehle. Janef Wieduwilf, Rifa
Eads, Miss Cunningham.
Back row: Miss Gewe, Therssa
Jaros, Rose Mary Merkel, Con-
sfance Broshow, Camilla Smifh.
Mary Margaref Young, Gene-
vieve Engelke, Joyce Rupp, Rocky
Poos, Roy Long, Roy Hess.
Middle row: Roger Brooks, Jim-
my Gasfon. James Mayer, Carl
Hanser, Janice Willmore, Ann
Whiffingfon, Ray Brumiff, Jimmy
Dorr, Gerald Firnhaber, Reeves
Firsf row: Virgil Korfe, Roberf
Dusfman, Don McLean, Charles
Diefrich, Alvin Meikamp, Verlin
LeCercle Francais, fhe French Club is fhe smalle sf and mosf closely-knif organizafion in E. H. S.
The members of Le Cercle Francais meef everyday. They have fheir business procedure once a
week. The French Club is unique in 'lhaf every member of fhe French Class is also a. French Club member.
The officers of Le Cercle Francais are: Presiclenf, Janef Wieduwilf: Vice-Presidenf, Virginia Wayne:
Secrefary-Treasurer, Charles Moehle. 'Their sponsor is Miss Grace Cunningham.
No club in school has more enjoyable lmeefings fhan fhose of fhe Lafin Club. The Romans live again
af every gafhering.
The Lafin Club's year was high-lighfed af Chrisfmas fime when fhey enferfained fhe Spanish Club wifh
a play enfifled "Liffle Red Riding Hood." The spoken parfs were all in Lafin.
The mosf colorful evenf came wifh fheir fradifional Roman Banquef which was given in May. The
pafricians isecond year membersl came affired in fogas, while fhe firsf year members had fo wear slaves'
garbs. The big momenf arrived when fhe slaves were made fo serve fhe pafricians.
Miss Carla Gewe is faculfy sponsor of 'lhe organizafion.
The officers are:
Ann Whiffingfon ...., ..... F irsf Consul
Carl Hanser ......... ,..,., S econd Consul
Ray Brummif .......,... .,.,...,... Q uaesfer
Janice Willmore ........ .......,.. S criba
MOVIE OPERATORS, CAMERA, SOUND
I Baclx row: Bill Weber, Franlr Pin-
Icas, Richard Johnson.
Middle row: Miss Goeddel, Don-
ald Lexow, Roclsy Poos, Roberl
Hill, Raymond Wheal, Pele Ge-
Firsl row: George Lexow, Jack
Buller, Tim Berlemann, Scoll
Delicale, Wilbur Warnocli.
Back row: Donald Sloeclrlin, Rudy
Spanhollz, Charles Kessel, Jimmy
Arnold, Charles Moehle, Vernon
Zoelzer, Charles Fellenslein,
George Lexow, Roland Brumill.
Middle row: Pele Gemoules, Bill
Gass, Charles Dielrich, Tim Berle-
mann, Scoll Delicate, Richard
Arbuclrle, Jimmy Ladd, Roberl
Chandler, Ray King.
Firsl row: Charles Wilson, Jaclr
Magee, Sammy Von Brock, Bob
Back row: Rodney Senn, Mr.
Allrinson, Joe Jellen.
Firsl row: Pele Gemoules, Don
Gehrig, Richard Weclcman, Jerry
Senn, Scoll Delicale.
MOVIE OPERATORS CLUB
The Movie Operalors Club, sponsored by Miss Eslher Goeddel, has played a very imporlanl parl in
lhe enlerlainmenl and e-ducalion ol lhe school. This year a new proieclor was purchased lo replace lhe
old one. The movies are show.n during lhe lree periods ol lhe boys.
PHOTOGRA PHY CLUB
The Pholography Club is sponsored by Mr. A. M. Gibson who has done a. good parl ol lhe pholo-
graphy ol lhe TIGER. The members, as a club, have nol been loo aclive lhis year. The club officers are:
Presidenl, Scoll Delicaleg Vice-Presidenl, Tim BerIe,manng Secrelary-lreasurer, Richard ,ArbuckIe.
SOU N D SYSTEM
The Sound Syslem has been a greal assel in lhis year's assemblies. Sponsored by Mr. Donald Allcinson,
lhe operalors have done a remarkable iob in spile ol lhe lrying limes when lhe equipmenl has been oul ol
order. The operalors have given ol lheir spare lime lo lhe operaling and mainlenance ol lhe syslem.
GIRLS' ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION
"P. E. is my favorile subiecI"' is a remark commonly made by
girls of E. H. S. Mildred Halbruegge has much 'Io do wi'Ih I'his
favorilism. Physical Educalion is no longer a chore under her
Miss Halbruegge has inlroduced new sporls I'his year +o add
inIeres+ Io fhe regular curriculum. Table Iennis, badmin+on, and
bowling have as many en+husias+ic parlicipanfs as +he old sfandards,
volleyball, fumbling and baslceiball.
Miss Halbruegge is a graduafe of Ursinus College in Pennsyl-
vania. This is her fif+h year as a member of Ihe Edwardsville High
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GIRLS' ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION
The Girls' A+hIeI'ic Associalion, ofherwise Icnown as +he G. .A. A., is an all-girl organizafion open 'ro any
girl in high school. I+ fries +o Ieach such Ihings as friendships wi+h o+her girls, fhe pIayi.ng of compe+i+ive
games, and good Spor+smanship.
During Ihe year fhe girls in G. A. A. parficipale in such sporfs as volleyball, baslcelball, soflball, and
fumbling. This pasf year +hey have added bowling.
The G. A. A. holds ini+ia+ions, suppers, and play days: and each summer fhey send Iwo girls +o camp for
Throughoul' fhe year a girl may acquire poinfs 'foward earning her Ie++er from +he sporls she Iakes parl'
in and her heaII'h poinI's. From among Ihe senior girls in G. A. A. each year is chosen one who is oulsiand-
ing in her scholasfic abiIi'ry a.nd sporlsmanship. This girl is awarded a beauliful frophy. The sponsor of Ihe
G. A. A. is Miss Mildred Halbruegge.
G. A. A. OFFICERS AND SPORTS HEADS
Leff Io righl, 'lop row:
Virginia Wayne, Janice
Gordon, Dorofhy Mar-
+in, Sue Hosier, Arlene
Fronf row: Anila Haw-
Irins, Ann Dunlap, Miss
Halbruegge, T h e I m a
Johnson, Marilyn Brase.
JUNIOR-SENIOR G. A. A.
Top row: Helenmary Carlin, Virginia Wayne, Arlyne Moehle, Belly Lou Fagan, Jane Long, Sue Hosier, Arlene Schoenleber,
Third row: Belly Lou Puncher, Rulh Belremeyer, lrene Schlemer, l.avon Lischmann, Joan Highlander, Conslance Broshow,
Lois Kenneclce, Thelma Johnson.
Second row: Mary Jane Walson, Mary Jean Arlh, Carole Ove rmier, Jeanelle Schaefer, Elizabelh Shaw, Grace Mafhis, Anila
Hawkins, Ann Dunlap, Miss Halbruegge.
Firsl row: Pal' Langley, Doris Wood, Janel' Wieduwilf, Marilyn Brase, Joan Harrison, Mary Ann Fagan, Evelyn Dillman,
FRESHMAN - SOPHOMORE G. A. A.
Top row: Donna Fiegenbaum, Mary Naumann, Nancy Wieduwill, Velma Wessel, Mariorie Love, Beverly Scheibal, Sally Tux-
horn, Melvina Hufsledler, Rosalyn Spencer.
Fourlh row: Palricia Hillner, Genevieve Engelke, Dorolhy Marlin, Delores Simmons, Pal Hill, Vera Mae Ziegler, Janel Price,
Shirley Rowlands, Mary Ann McCraclren, Nancy Schwager.
Third row: Audrey Arlh, Alice Deehan, Ann Whillinglon, Leo+a Piazzi, Janice Gordon, Belly Krupslci, Marilyn Ballweg, Lorella
Second row: Jerry Barnharl, Marie King, Virginia Camarala, Shirley Buhr, Joyce Shearloclc, Pal Berlemann, Camilia Smilh,
Beverly Orman, Lucy Gillham.
Firsl row: Jacluie Cooper, LaVerna Voyles, Eslher Koch, June Kniser, Judy Barnsbaclr, Vera Mae Schoellle, Ann Trares, Ann
Delicafe, Wilma Puncher, Rila Zilra.
One of fhe finesf educafional experiences of fhe Edwards-
ville High School was fhe Career Day .held Thursday, April 28.
The members of the faculfy wifh a guidance commiffee
headed by Mr. Brock had conducfed a thorough survey of fhe
educafional inferesfs of the high school sfudenfs for several
weeks previous fo fh-e .holding of fhe special meefing. Kuder
Preference Tesfs were given fo all sfudenfs as a means of assisf-
ing the sfudenf fo defermine fheir vocafional inferesfs. Pro-
grams were conducfed for fhe purpose of sfimulafing fhe sfu-
denfs fo become occupafion conscious, which were followed by
the sfudy of occupafional informafion provided in fh-e library.
A special "Vocafions" fable was placed in fhe cenfer of the
Library where fresh maferial perfaining fo occupafional infor-
mafion could be examined and read by fhe sfudenfs.
Through fhe cooperafion of a number of civic groups, pro-
fessional groups, and ofher organizafions in Edwardsville, a sfaff
of lecfurers represenfing many differenf fypes of vocafional
classificafions came fo fhe ,high school fo explain the require-
menfs, fraining, and advanfages of fheir respecfive fields. By
means of a well-planned program, sfudenfs were able fo ,hear
several speakers during fhe day and were greafly benefifed by
The 27 choices of occupafions made by the sfudenfs are:
Aeronaufics, Agriculfure, Armed Service, Arfs, Building Trades,
Beaufy Culfure, Manager of Business, Draffing and Design, Den-
fisfry and Medicine, Engineering, Governmenf Service, Home-
making, Journalism, Law, Machine and Mechanical Work,
Music, Nursing, Office Work, Personnel Service, Pharmacy,
Ph-ofograpihy, Radio Work, Religious Training, Sales Work, So-
cial Work, Sporfs, Teaching.
JUNIOR CLASS HISTGRY
Jusf call us 'I'h-e lower-upperclassmen of E. H. S.
Way back in I946 a fremendous evenf made our E. H. S.
fhe mosf happy school this side of fhe Rocky Mounfains. We,
fhe Junior class, enfered her ivy covered porfals wh-ich made
her beam with pride from fhe fop of her band room fo fhe fip
of h-er gymnasium.
Since fhen we have proved ourselves worfhy of our Alma-
Mafer fhrough sorrowful, serious sfudy and funny flippanf folly.
Among our high-esf achievemenfs is fhe knowledge of fhe exacf
locafion of fhe firsf floor elevafor. Where? On fhe firsf floor.
Then, foo, we know where fhe feachers keep all fhe A's. Do you
wanf proof? You'll see fhe Juniors carrying fhem around on fheir
reporf cards. If fhere's anyfhing you wanf fo know iusl' ask us.
H"s a facf fhaf if we ever gof on a quiz show, we'd have enough
soap powder, foofh pasfe, and cough medicine fo lasf us fhe
resf of our lives.
Buf enough of fhis ego. We're really O. K. in every field.
Junior afhlefes are fh-e maiorify on fhe foofball and baseball
squads. You wafch somefime! When you see fhose muscle-
bound male specimens whizzing by, if's usually a Junior. They're
noforious for eafing Wh-eafies.
You'll find, also, fhaf we supplied fhe biggesf parf of fhe
opereffa, "A Naufical Knof" and we comprised fhe enfire casf
for 1-he Junior play, "Ginger Snaps Back." Wonder how fhaf
So all in all, when you look fo pupils of disfincfion you will
see fhe Junior class far ahead.
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Top row: Marlene Buehrer, Edna
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BoHom: Harris Hanser
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Top row: Fred Widicus, Fred
Schwager, Harry Lewis, Jim Ladd.
Bill Grinsfead, Kennefh Hanser.
BoH'om: Bill Agles, Ray Brumilf,
John Eclr, Ronald Harris, Edwin
Overbeck, Harold Hunf, Richard
Hoffman, Clifford Hoppe, Jim
Gasfon, Karl Fish, Verlin Drda.
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On a hoT day in July, I948, a Tew members oT The EdiTorial
sTaTT meT wiTh Mr. Don Lewis, Their spo.nsor, and Mr. Owen Marsh,
represenTaTive oT The PonTiac Engraving Company To plan The I949
version oT The Tiger. Eager To carry one The TradiTion oT Top rank-
ing yearboolcs Tor E. H. S., The sTaTT decided upon The seasonal
Theme wi+h iTs colored secTional pages. This Theme also involved a
change in organizaTion which mighT prove To be pleasing or oTher-
wise To our readers.
ATTer compleTion of The dummy, came a resT period which was
followed by a round oT picTure Taking ThroughouT The TirsT semesTer.
KnoTTy problems appeared To be solved: higher producTion cosTs
buT wiTh pracTically The same revenue. WhaT To place on This
page now ThaT This plan had .noT maTerializefd and how To do iT,
consTanTly appeared during The weeks oT producTion by The ediTorial
Headed by MargareT Lo.ng as ediTor and Sharon Lewis, assisT-
anT ediTor, The sTaTT worked diligenTly Toward The compleTion oT Their
STanding - ScoTT DelicaTe, Tim Berlemann
SeaTed - PaT McLean, MargareT Long, Sharon Lewis, Mary HenTz
AD AND SALES STAFF
Sfanding: Charles Tosovslcy, Kennefh Hanser, Scoff Delicafe, Rose Marie Rupp, Anifa Hawkins.
Siffing: Richard Hoffman, Kenny Sperandio, Earl Vaugniaux, Joan Harrison, Elizabefh Shaw, Jean Flavin.
Firsf row: Helenmary Carlin, Jaclr Riggs, Dave Maxfield.
Second row: Russell Nordsfrom, Rodney Senn, Pafsy Ohl, Jean Flavin.
"Wanfa buy a Tiger?" was a familiar quesfion around E. H. S. for fhe durafion of fwo monfhs during
fhe fall. Rodney Senn, as sales manager, rallied his force fo good advanfage and succeeded in selling
all fhe yearbooks even before fhe I949 Tiger wenf fo press. The work of fhis sfaff was confinued when
disfribufion of fhe books was accomplished in May.
Headed by Richard Hoffman, Adverfising Manager, fhe Ad sfaff had fhe greafesf financial respo.n-
sibilify of fhe fhree sfaffs. Their job was fo solicif Edwardsville business and professional men and
women fo obfain fheir ads fo assisf in fhe producfion cosfs of fhe Tiger. A high goal was sef and because of
fhe defermined zeal of fhis group fhaf goal was acco'-nplished.
F. T. A. AND LIBRARY CLUB
, F. T. A.
Second row: Miss Alexander,
Janef Price, Jerry Barnharf,
Mary Ann Sfoces, Dorofhy Pike,
Janice Deferman, Delores Sim-
Firsf row: Beverly Beck, Jean
Flavin, Leneffa Davis, Nadine
Sperandio, J o a n Highlander,
Joan Harrison, Janice Willmore.
Sfanding: Dolores Ranek, Dar-
lene Gerden, Joline Zrusf, Efhel
Deppe, Beffy E. Davis.
Seafed: Iris Smifh, Beffy J.
Davis, Miss Bergman, Verna
FUTURE TEACHERS OF AMERICA
The Fufure Teachers of America Club encourages leadership, inifiafive, cooperafion, and many ofher
qualifies fhaf are necessary for fufure success in feaching. lfs chief purpose is fo inferesf fhe besf young
men and women in educafion as a lifelong career.
The officers of F. T. A.: Presidenf-Nadine Spera ndio, Vice-Presidenf-Janef Price, Secrefary-Treasurer-
Joan Harrison, Hisforian-Lenneffa Davis, Librarian-Dorofhy Pike, Parliamenfarian-Joan' Highlander, Song
Leader-Jean Flavin, Sponsor-Miss Nellie Alexander.
The members of fhe Library Club have had fwo sponsors fhis year. Miss Emma Bergmann organized
fhis year's club and sponsored if unfil fhe close of fhe firsl' semesfer when she resigned fo accepf a posifion
in fhe library of Drake Universify, Des Moines, low a. Miss Rufh Zahn' fook over fhe posifion as E. H. S.
Librarian af fhaf fime and nof only carried on ifs pro gram buf has added fhree new members, Lenora Davis,
Rufh Griffin, and Delores Schmidf.
The membership is inferesfed in library work and fhe girls have given considerable assisfance fo fhe
Library. The compilafion of arficles concerning fhe high school prinfed by fhe Edwardsville lnfelligencer
and "placed in a scrap book is a proiecf of fhe club. By assisfing fhe Librarians, fhe members have become
familiar wifh fhe library work and mighf follow if as a fufure career.
CAST OF "OH' PROFESSOR, HOW COULD YOU!"
Back row, leff fo righf: Bob Barnharf, Richard Hoffman, Charles Alexander, Tom Slowey.
Middle row: Jim Kesl, Mrs. Alice Crocker, Marilyn Brase, Ma ry Ann Fagan, Mary Barnsback, Nick Ladd.
Firsf row: Jean Flavin, Rifa Neville, Rose Marie Rupp, Anifa Hawkins, Joan Harrison.
To a large and appreciafive audience who jammed fhe gym on fhe evening of Sa+urday1 May 7, fhe
seniors made fheir final hisfrionic bow when fhey prese nfed fhe fhree-acf farce, "Professor, How Could You!"
The reader will nofe fhaf fhe fifle of fhe play ends wifh an exclamafion and nof a quesfion mark. There
was no quesfion of fhe play's success buf fhe highly enferfaining episodes in fhe clever plof called for many
exclamafions of delighf.
The plof hinged upon geffing fhe Professor married, or, af leasf, engaged in fhree days. Four olaliging
characfers became canldidafes for fhe bride-fo-be. Afer fhree acfs of hilarious complicafion which inclu-ded
elopmenf plans, a missing wife, and quesfionable poefry, fhe Professor finally selecfed his own fiance fo his
own and fo fhe audience's safisfacfion.
Direcfed by Mrs. Alice Crocker and assisfed by ofher members of fhe class wifh sfage seffing and
properfies fhe following casf presenfed a highly pleas'ng performance: y
Casf of Characfers:
Grandma .. ....,.....,.. Jean' Flavin
Valerie .,,... ...... R ose Marie Rupp
Priscilla ...... ...r.,...,,....,...,,.,,.,..,,... R ifa Neville
Toofsie ...., .........,..,..,.....,....... J oan Harrison
Children .,.. Mary Ann Fagan, Marilyn Brase,
:inf row: Bob Green, Lawrence Kacer, Jack Enloe, Jack Riggs, Charles Alexander, Willard Goff, Harlow Coolbaugh, Leslie
Second row: Richard Ridgeway, Carl Mick, Dan Eilers, ScoH' Delicale, Frank McBride, Buddy Baumgarlner, Henry Fredrick-
son, Frankie Dillman.
Third row: David Maxfield, Don Helier, Rodney Senn, Jack M agee, Tom Slowey, Jim Kesl, George Melcalf, Roberf Whea'l'.
Fourlh row: Coach Brewer, Clifford Hoppe, Don Roberfson, Fred Gillham, Harry Lewis, EvereH Bufcher, Coach Lucco.
This club consis+s of 'lhe aihleies who have earned a major le++er in one of +he six sporis. I+ de-
cides upon maH'ers perlaining lo fhe alhleles. The boys have planned several ou+ings and o.ne of 'lhe
big evenls each year is 'lhe iniliaiion which all boys look forward +o. The main ouling of 'rhis year
was fhe leHerimen's hayride which was a big success. The day was spenl' al' Marquelfe Park where
lhe enfire group had a good lime.
This club meefs lwice a monlh and holds a shori' business meefing afler which +he boys do as fhey
please. This year's officers are: Sonny Trebing, Presi-den+g George Mefcalf, Secrelary-Treasurer: and
Tom Slowey, Sergeanl'-al'-arms.
The main proiecl' of +his year's club is fo purchase a memory plaque which will show +he leHer-
men and l'he feams of 'I'he pasl' years and also years fo come. We hope 'ro have ihis in fhe near
The boys help wilh mosl' of ihe alhlelic conlesis and helped succeed in making lhe Fresh-Soph
and fhe Regional fournamenfs a big success.
The purpose of lhis club is +o iosler and promofe good sporfsmanship. The sponsors are Mr.
Lucco and Mr. Brewer.
Top row: Roberf Sfeinman, Ray King, Charles Moehle, Rodney Senn, Leroy Langendorf, Tim Berlemann, Mr. Miller.
Boffom row: Henry Fredericltson, Donald Lexow, Jerry Senn, Ray Snodgrass, Charles Fellensfein.
Wifh I948 as ifs firsf official year in fhe Soufhwesfern Illinois Conference, fhe E. H. S. Tennis squad
furned in a fine performance againsf ifs more experienced rivals fo finish fhird among fhe four Conference
ln fhe disfricf meef af Belleville, fhe Tiger .nefmen finished fhird among fhe six feams enfered, and senf
ifs firsf doubles feam fo fhe semi-finals.
ln Co.nference mafches fhe Tigers won one mafch from bofh Collinsville and Granife Cify, while
dropping one fo each of fhese feams and fwo fo Belleville.
In non-Conference filfs fhe Tigers losf fo Wesfern Milifary Academy and Principia of S+. Louis, bofh of
fhe A.B.C. League.
Wifh fhree of fhe eighf leffermen refurning nexf year, fhe Tigers should really be able fo go places on
fhe asphalf in 49.
The rosfer of fhe fennis feam is as follows: Rodney Senn, singles lsfg Dan Eilers, singles Znd, Glen Pizzini,
singles 3rd, Dick Merlcle, singles Alfernafeg Henry Fredriclcson and Bob Shaffer, Firsf Doubles: Don Grey
and Harry Schermeier, Second Doubles.
ACE H U RLERS
Edwardsville was especially for+una+e +o have ihe
+hree excellenl pifchers shown o.n fhis page as lhe
basic hurling siaff of fhe I948 baseball leam. All
ihree were hard-working boys possessing enough of
all fhose requiremenfs of a good pi'l'cher +o win a
high ra+io of sfrilce-ou'I's and wins for E. H. S.
Leroy Whea+'s superior pifching during his high
school days was responsible for his receiving a +wo-
year confracf wifh fhe World Champion, Cleveland
Indians. We all hope fhis will be fhe beginning of
a brillianl' career for Leroy in professional baseball.
LAWRENCE JAROS, LEROY WHEAT
I948 BASE BALL TEAM
Firsi row: Clyde Nealy Manager: Pele Bivens, Pifcherg Bob Colemah. Firs+ BBSGI Eugene Mayberry. Third Base: Herb Hehlie.
Ca+cl1er: Lawrence Jaros, Pifcherg Leroy Whear, Pilcherg Fredric Mohri, Firsf Base: Jim Hoffman, Ouffield: Jack Enloe,
Ouffieldg Coach Lucco.
Second row: Ray Weiler, Shorlsfopg Bob Barnhari, Pi+cher: Buddy Baumgar+ner, Pifcher: Don Helier, Second Base: Bob
Wheaf, Pifcher: Carl Sfeinman, Firsf Base: Ray Wheal, Cafcherg Charles Jones, Shorfsiop.
The I948 Baseball Squad was very successful fhis
year. If won I7 games and losf only 3. The games
Iosf were fwo fo Alfon, and one fo Roxana. In fhe
conference games, fhey won six and losf one.
We were co-champs wifh Belleville in fhe Soufh
Wesfern Conference, alfhough we had beafen fhem
in an earlier game.
In fhe 'disfricf fournamenf we defeafed Wesfern
Milifary Academy, buf lafer Iosf fo Alfon. Losing
fo Alfon knocked us ouf of fhe sfafe compefifion.
Granife Cify beaf Peoria, and won fhe sfafe Cham-
pionship. Since we had previously won our games
wifh Peoria and Granife Cify, we proved our feam
'ro be Championship maferial.
All our pifchers had a fhousand percenfage aver-
age for wins, excepf Lawrence Jaros who had a 400
Jones ,...... .,....,.....,..,,.
Highland .......,. .....,
Livingsfon ...,,..... .,..,.
Easl' Sf. Louis ......., ...,.,
Roxana ..,,.. ..,. ,......
Pocahonfas .,....., ...,..
Granife Cify ..,.. , ...., .
Worden ...,...... .,.,.
Wood River .,..... ....,.
Belleville ......... ....i.
Sfaunfon ....,.,.,.,.. ..,...
Livingsfon ,,...., .... ..,...
Alfon ..,..... , ...... .,.,,..
Highland . ,.,..... ,.., . .
Henke ...... .,................. ,..,,.....,......,.,.,......,..................
BASEBALL BATTING .AVERAGES
Jones ...,,., ,...... I B
Weiler ,......,, ....... S S
Jaros .,..,.,,.. .... . , P-LF
Wheaf L. ..,.,.. .,.,... P -LF
Mayberry .....,. ...... 3 B
R H AV
IO 9 .450
24 26 .448
I6 25 .439
I5 22 .423
8 I4 .359
I9 25 .39I
. L 5-7
, L 5-6
Firsf row: Frankie Dillman, Glen Reichmann, Clifford Hoppe, Dan Eilers, Vincenl Beck, Karl Fish.
Second row: Leslie Lance, Richard Ridgeway, Clyde Spilze, Louis Perini, Coach Brewer.
Top row: Joseph Foehrkalb, Bill Riley, Eddie Gillham, Milion Klaus, Carl Mick, Ross Rosenihal.
The Tiger wresllers had a rough season as wins and losses are concerned bul' all 'rhe boys on ihe squad
will reiurn for fhe nexi year and several for more. The boys fo win regular posifions were Karl Fish l25
pounds, Vinceni Beck I35, Dan Eilers I45, Cliff Hoppe l55, Sonny Trebing I65, Evere'H Bufcher I65, Les
Lance l75, and Richard Ridgeway, heavyweight Trebing was ineligible io compele firsl' semesier bul' be-
came eligible in second semes'I'er, being undefeaied unfil fhe seciional 'final when he was defeaied. Sonny
weni' +o ihe s+a+e and losi' his firsi mafch 5-3 +o Rizma of Kelly High, Chicago. Besides Trebing, Hoppe,
Lance and Ridgeway earned leH'ers. The squa-d was large and well condiiioned and all bu+ Trebing will
reiurn for nexi' year's squad.
I948 TRACK TEAM
Boffom row: Linden Drda, Bob Green, Paul Schleufer, John Kessel, George Naumann, Joe Krupski, Don Schaffer, Willard
Hoppe, and Harry Lewis.
Top row: Coach Brewer, Milne Newell, Vincenf Beclr, Alberf Bayer, Bob Greenwood, and Franlc Dillman, Manager.
The I948 edifion of fhe Tiger fraclc feam was shorf on man-power buf long on oufsfanding perform-
ers. Probably fhe mosi' oufsfanding sprinfer since long pasf was Joe Krupslci, who was fimed in I0.I for
fhe I00 and 23.I for 220. Joe won bofh fhese evenfs in Soufhwesfern conference meef. The Tigers fied
for fhird in Conference meef wifh Easf Sf. Louis wifh I9 poinfs. Ofher leffermen were Don Schaffer who
was a beffer fhan average hurdler, Lin Drda who ra n fhe mile in good fime and placed in every meef,
Bob Green who did well in our dual meefs in High J uimp and Broad Jump, John Kessel fied for firsf in
High Jump af Counfy Meef, Willard Hoppe ran on fhe relay feam and dashes, Harry Lewis ran V4 mile
well fo earn his award. Frifz Mohri who isn'+ on above picfure earned his leffer by placing in fhe iunior
The Tigers losf dual meefs wifh Alfon, Wood River, Granife Cify. They ran lasf in Quad meef wifh
above schools and won a nighf meef againsf Roxana, Troy, Carlyle, Lebanon, and Venice.
Only fwo leffer men are back for nexf year's fea m. Those fwo are Lewis a.nd Green.
Newell, Beclr, Greenwood, Clifford Hoppe, and Bayer ran as iuniors and should supply nexf year's
BOARD OF EDUCATION
We feel a debf of grafifude fo fhe public spirifed men of Edwardsville who serve as members of fhe
Board of Educafion. Sewing wifhouf benefif of financial remunerafion fhey spend many hours during fhe
regular and special meefings during fhe school year in planning an-d working for fhe beffermenf of our
school sysfem. Their problems and responsibilifies are ,numerous in managing, wifh fhe cooperafion of
Superinfendenf E. L. Alexander, one of fhe biggesf businesses in Edwardsville-fhe operafion of fhe cify
schools. We are proud of fhe fine men and women of Edwardsville who have been responsible for fhe
developmenf of one of fhe finesf educafional sysfems of fhe sfafe and of fhose members of fhe presenf
who are mainfaining fhose sfandards and working for a consfanf improvemenf in meefing fhe educafional
needs of fhe boys and girls of Edwardsville.
The Presidenf of our Board of Educafion is Mr. Alberf Cassens, Manager and Secrefary and Treasurer
of Cassens an-d Sons, lnc., and Vice-Pre-sidenf of fhe Cassens Transporf Company. He is an alumnus of
Edwardville High School having graduafed wifh fhe class of I928. He is finishing his firsf year as Presidenf.
Board Secrefary is Mr. Clyde Fruif, Presidenf of fhe Edwardsville Creamery Company, also an alumnus
of our school. He has been a member of fhe Board for 9 years.
Anofher older member on our Board from poi nl' of service is Dr. Wayne B. Cox, now in his ninfh
year. Dr. Cox is a prominenl' opfomefrisf and acfive in communify an-d civic affairs.
Mr. Edward J. Ballweg, who has been associafed in fhe drug business in Edwardsville for many years is
also an alumnus of our school and is serving his sevenfh year as Board member.
Mr. Harry Hanser now serving his Sevenfh year as Board member affended E. H. S. Al' presenl' he
is engaged in fhe frade of carpenfry and has been a prominenf builder and confracfor in fhis area for many
Anofher Board member who is a graduafe of our school is Mr. Lesfer Broclcmeier who has been on' fhe
Board for five years. He is fhe propriefor of fhe Brockmeier News Agency.
Now in his second year as a member of fhe Board of Educafion is Mr. Clyde Harfung, E. H. S. grad-
uafe, who is now employed by fhe Wood River Refinery af Wood River.
Top row, leff fo righf: Mr. Edward J. Ballweg, Mr. Lesfer Broclrmeier, Dr. Wayne B. Cox.
Boffom row, leff fo righf: Mr. Clyde Fruif, Mr. Harry Hanser, Mr. Clyde Harfung, and Mr. Alberf Cassens
E. L. ALEXANDER, A. B., M. A.
GEORGE F. BROCK, PH. B., M. ED.
Missouri Valley College
Universify of Missouri
SUPERINTENDENT OF SCHOOLS
Heading fhe adminisfrafive sfaff of E. H. S. is our ge.niaI super-
in-lendenf, Mr. E. L. Alexander. In spife of fhe facf fhaf Mr. Alex-
ander is a busy man wifh fhe adminisfrafion of fhe enfire Edwardsville
sysfems his inferesf in fhe welfare of faculfy members and sfudenfs
of E. H. S. is oufsfanding. He is never foo busy fo give his sound
iudgelmenl and indefafigable energies fo fhe helping of anyone who
seeks his assisfance.
Mr. Alexander has been Superinfendenf of fhe Edwardsville pub-
lic school since I937 and has given fo fhe cify of Edwardsville an
enviable school sysfem fhroughoul' fhe Sfafe of Illinois. Exisfing as a
unil' disfricf for years many of 'lhe new unif disfricfs esfablished re-
cenfly in Illinois and have guided by fhe Edwardsville organizafion.
Nof only has Mr. Alexander devofed a greaf amounf of fime
fo local school affairs buf his influence has been felf in sfafe and
nafional educafional organizafions. He is a member of fhe Illinois
Educafion Associafiong Illinois Associafion of School Adminisfrafors,
having served as member of fhe Execufive Board and as chairman
of fhe Public Relafions Commiffee. He is a member of 'I'he Nafional
Educafion Associafion and a member of ifs advisory commiffee on
Tenure and Academic Freedom. Mr. Alexander is also affiliafed
wifh fhe American Associafion of School Adminisfrafors.
Mr. ,Alexander has been acfive in communify affairs aparf from
his parficular educafional inferesfs. He is a member of fhe Board
of Direcfors of fhe Edwardsville Chamber of Commerce, Pasf Presi-
denf and presenf member of fhe Edwardsville Rofary Club, Pasf
Disfricl' presidenf and former member of fhe execufive board of fhe
Cahokia Mounds Council of fhe Boy Scoufs.
PRINCIPAL OF EDWARDSVILLE HIGH SCHOOL
In fhe fhree years Mr. George F. Brock has held fhe posifion
of Principal of fhe Edwardsville High School he has esfablished' an
enviable repulafion as a school adminisfrafor. Sfern when fhe
occasion demands if buf kindly, foleranf, and considerafe wi'I'h sfu-
denfs and feachers when fhey need his assisfance are familiar
characferisfics of Mr. Brock. Like Superinfendenf Alexander Mr.
Brock spends many hours during and oufside school working for fhe
beffermenf of fhe school. A number of innovafions have been made
which have resulfed in an improved curriculum and a high esprif de
corps or school spirif among sfudenfs and feachers. In addifion fo
assisfing all of us wifh our problems Mr. Brock is one of fhe sponsors
of fhe Sfudenl' Council and has proved an excellenl' leader in pro-
mofing fhe affairs of fhaf acfivify.
Mr. Brock is a graduafe of Missouri Valley College and fhe
Universify of Missouri.
Mr. Brock is acfive among educafional organizafions. He is a
member of fhe Phi Delfa Kappa, nafional educafional frafernify,
Illinois Secondary Schools Principals, Nafional Associafion of Second-
ary Schools Principals, Nafional Educafion Associafion, and fhe
Illinois Educafion Associafion.
Communify organizafions has commanded' a good porfion' of
Mr. Brock's fime. He is af presenf fhe Presidenf of the Kiwanis Club,
a member of fhe American Legion and of fhe Masonic order.
ASSISTANT PRINCIPAL, DEAN OF BOYS
Affempfing fo accounf for fhe whereaboufs and "whafaboufs"
of fhe boys of E. H. S. as dean of boys and giving assisfance fo Mr.
Brock in his posifion as assisfanf principal Mr. 'Lewis finlgthimself
busily engaged. Neverfheless he manages fo feach fhreeclasses
in English, fo serve as co-sponsor of 'Ihe Hi-Y Club, fo manage
feacher assignmenfs an-d finances af all afhlefic. confesfs, fo' sponsor
fhe Tiger, fo supervise lunch periods during noon hour, fo serve
as a member of several faculfy commiffees, and fo be responsible
for fhe a.nnual invenfory, sfamping and issuance of books used in
As a member of fhe Illinois Educafion Aisociafion Mr. Lewis
has served as Legislafive Chairman of Perry Codnfy in fhe Soufhern
Division and as member of fhe legislafure commiffee of fhaf division
as well as sfafe delegafe fo Springfield and Chidago convenfions for
fwo years. He also represenfafed fhe E-dwardiville High School in
I946-I947 as delegafe fo Soufhwesfern Division Delegafe Assembly.
In I944-I945 Mr. Lewis served as Presidenf of fhe Illinois Associafion
of Teachers of Journalism and is now a member of fhe PIan.ning Coun-
cil of fhe Illinois Sfafe High School Press Associafion. 1
Mr. Lewis civic inferesfs include membership in fhe Edwardsville
Rofary Club and ediforship of 'lheir weekly publicafiong vice-presi-
den'I' and member of fhe board of -direcfors of fhe Madison Counfy
Hisforical Sociefy. Mr. Lewis also served as Presidenf of fhe
Shurfleff College Alumni Associafion, I948-I949.
DEAN OF GIRLS
While serving as counsellor and guide fo fhe girls of Edwards-
ville High School is fhe primary concern of Miss Sloan as Dean of
Girls she manages fo find 'lime for a greaf many acfivifies affecfing
fheir welfare and fo carry on many school rdufies as well.
As sponsor of fhe Senior Hi-Tri she is busy wifh planning and
execufing fhe social and recreafional programs of 'Ihaf organizafion.
Annual all-girl conferences held in fhis area call for share of her fiime.
In addifion Miss Sloan feaches fhree English classes 'Iwo secfions of
which were new fhis year-English Composifion. Numerous faculfy
commiffees of which she is a member demand a porfion of her fime.
Miss Sloan holds a bachelor of educafion Idegree from Easfern
Illinois Sfafe College and a masI'er's degree from Washingfon U.ni-
versify. She has faughf I9 years in Edwardsville serving fhe pasf I3
of fhem as dean of girls. H
Miss Sloan has been an acfive worker in a number of educafional
organizafions. A member of fhe Illinois Educafion Associafion she
was formerly a member of 'Ihe Legislafive Commiffee of 'I'h'e Soufh-
wesf Division and will serve nexf year in fhaf capacify. She has
served as chairman of fhe English secfion af secfional meefings held
wifh fhe Soufhwesf Division. She is a pasf delegafe fo fhe I. E.A.
Sfafe Convenfion. Miss Sloan holds membership in fhefNa'I'ionaI
Educafion Associafion, Kappa Delfa Pi, Washingfon Universify, Illi-
nois Associafion of Deans, and presenf chairman of nominafing com-
mi+'I'ee, and has held a number of execufive posifions in Delia Kappa
Gamma serving as presiden-I of Alpha Efa chapfer I947-IQ49.
Civic organizafions in which Miss Sloan has been acfive include
fhe Edwardsville Business and Professional Women's Club in which ,she
was a member of fhe execufive Board for 'I'wo ylears when ,serving as
DONALD F. LEWIS, PH. B., .A. M.
Universify of Missouri
ELSIE J. SLOAN, ED. B., M. A.
Easfern Illinois Sfafe College
NELLIE ALEXANDER, B. S., M. S.
Norlhwesl Missouri Slale Teachers College
Weslern Illinois Slafe College
ARTHUR APPRILL, B. S., A. M.
Soufhwesl Missouri Slale Teachers College
Universily of Missouri
DONALD W. ATKINSON, B. A.
EMMA BERGMANN, B. S., B. L. S.
Universify of Illinois
WILLIAM BREWER, B. S.
Universily of Illinois
GEORGE S. BRIGGS, B. S.
Easlern Illinois Slafe Teachers College
ALICE CHEEK CROCKER, A. B., M. A.
Universify of Illinois
Universily of Missouri
GRACE CUNNINGHAM, B. S., M. A.
Universily of Illinois
Universily of Colorado
CLEAON ETZKORN, B. MUS.
James Milliken Universily
CARLA L. GEWE, A. B., M. A.
Universily of Colorado
A. M. GIBSON, B. S., M. S.
Illinois Wesleyan Universily
Universily of Michigan
ESTHER GOEDDEL, B. S., M. A.
Universily of Illinois
BETTY GULLER, B. Mus.
Illinois Wesleyan Universify
MILDRED HALBRUEGGE, B. S.
LORRAINE HATSCHER, B. S., M. A.
Illinois Slale Normal Universily
ELLA HELM, B. S., A. M.
Universify of Missouri
JOAN HUNTER, B. ED., M. S.
Easlern lllinois Slafe Teachers College
Universily of Michigan
A. E. LITTLE, B. S., M. S.
Universily of Tennessee
JOE E. LUCCO, A. B., M. A.
Universily of lllinois
ELIZABETH MILLER, B. S.. M. A.
Ceniral Missouri S+-ale Teachers College
Colorado Slafe College
J. D. Miller, B. S.
Ceniral Missouri Sfale Teachers College
LUCY A. PARKEY, B. S., M. S.
Universify of Tennessee
ROSE SANDS, A. B., A. M.
Washinglon U niversily
CHESTER SEIBERT, B. S.
Universily of lllinois
ELSIE J. SLOAN. B. ED., M. A.
Easfern lllinois Sfele Teachers College
ALETHA SMlSER, B. S.
Cenfral Missouri Slale Teachers College'
FRANCES TUXHORN, B. S., M. A.
Universily of lllinois
ISABEL WOOD, A. B., M. A.
Universify of lllinois
Universily of Wisconsin
ELDEN MAE WlLHELM
COLETA Z! MMERMAN
MAE VOIGHT, B. ED.
Illinois Sfale Normal Universify
RUTH ZAHN, A. B.
Missouri Valley College
We believe fhal' we are iusiified in 'Feeling proud of our high school facully. Of 'l'he 'lhirfy-one
leachers on fhe s+a'Ff +wen+y-one of 'Them have lheir masl'er's degrees. This degree represen+s a+ leasl
one year of graduale s+udy beyond l'he bachelor's degree. Some of fhis group have even sludied beyond
The mas'l'er's degree. Of fhe 'len facully members who have no+ ye+ received Their mas+er's degrees, eighl'
of lhem are doing graduafe worlc.
To s+imula+e furfher educalional growlh of +he lacully The Board of Educalion has eslablished policies
as follows: "Teachers wi+h bachelor's degrees shall be required +o complele five semesler hours every four
years. Those wifh mas+er's degrees shall complele five semesler hours every five years. However, 'lhe
following subs+i+u+ions may be made wilh fhe approval of +he Superinlendenl' and +he CommiH'ee on
Educalion, for leachers who have compleled 'lhe work of fhe mas+er's degree:
I. Educafional +ravel approved by +he Superinlendenl and 'lhe Commillee on Educa+ion.
2. Courses of inslruclion olher lhan in a recognized college or universi+y if approve-d.
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Our feam made I7 ouf of 58 shofs, Mefcalf being
fhe high pofnf man, cominq back in fhe second half
wifh a fofal of I3 poinfs. ffhe second feam won an-
o'I'her game, 50 fo 39, wifh Fiegenbaum high wifh
TIGERS 56: MADISON 3I
The Tigers sfarfed off on an easy vicfory. Affer
Ihe half, fhe score wasn'f even close. The Bengals
ended up wifh a .338 percenfage. The whole feam
showed fine marksmanship. The Trojans were a
slighfly undersized feam. The second feam a-dded
anofher game fo lheir already wonderful record of
wins, wifh Greenwood being high poinf man.
TIGERS 27: EAST ST. LOUIS 22
The Tigers sfarfed off wifh a good lead fhe firsf
half, and il' looked like an easy vicfory. The Flyers
froze fhe ball fhe second half, and gradually kepf
coming up. Whaf seemed odd was fha? fhey
were I3 poinfs behind fhen fhey sfarfed fhe "cold
war". The "B" feam losf ifs game 47-37.
TIGERS 405 COLLINSVILLE 58
The Tigers losf fo fhe Kahoks making fhem fied
for fhird wifh Wood River and Granife in fhe coni-
fere.nce. The locals hung up a .400 average, buf
fhe opposifion walked all over fhem wifh Thompson
being fheir high poinf man wifh I7 poinfs. The
Collinsville boys also won fhe second game 42-39.
TIGERS 4I: WOOD RIVER 48
The Oilers sfarfed ouf slowly, buf fhe half ended
wifh fheim winning I8-I7. They picked up fhe sec-
ond half, gaini.ng a six poinf lead, which fhey held
for fhe resf of fhe game. Losing fhis game fied
us wifh Granife Cify for fhird who also Iosf fheir
game fo Collinsville. 'Our "B" squad was also de-
feafed by fhe invaders, 49-3I.
TIGERS 445 BELLEVILLE 47
There was a four way fie for fhird affer fhis game,
as Alfon walloped Wood River and Easf Sf. Louis
beaf Granife. Belleville shof off for a I5 fo I lead
in fhe early minufes of fhe game, and af fhe end of
fhe firsl' period if was I7 fo 5. In fhe nexf quarfer,
Newell made I0 of our I4 poinfs while we held fhem
fo I0 poinfs. The Maroons marched on unfil fhe
fourfh quarfer when fhe score was 46-33, fhen fhings
sfarfed popping wifh only a few minufes Ieff fo
play, fhe Tigers picked up IO poinfs while holding
fhe groggy Maroons fo one. Our feam fhreafened
fo fie up fhe score wifh fen seconds Ieff fo play
when a free fhrow was missed and a baskef by
Enloe. The Tigers used fhe familiar fasf break
+igh+ zone defense. Newell was high poinf man
for our feam wifh I9 poinfs. The reserves won
'rheir game 43-32.
TIGERS 54, GRANITE CITY 34
Six of fhe Granife Cify players were suspended
for playing baskefball on a church league. The
firsf quarfer was fairly even wifh fhe Tigers faking
fhe lead, buf fhe Warriors came back Iafer. Mar-
finez in fhe second period scored fhree sfraighf
lay-up shofs. The Tigers came back wifh fhree also
and fighfened up fhe defense. Af fhe half we Ie-d
27-24. We broke loose fhe fhird quarfer and affer
fhaf fhe game wasn'f even close. Heinemeier and
Enloe lead fhe feam wifh I2 apiece. Brumiff led fhe
second feam fo a 73-38 vicfory wifh I0 poinfs.
TIGERS 45, ROXANA 42
The EHS Tigers baskefball feam capfured ifs
ninfh vicfory in I6 games. If was a see-saw game
all fhe way, wifh fhe Shells leading in fhe firsf per-
iod. The Tigers came back in fhe second, working
oul' in fhe fronf, an-d finally winning. Our free
fhrows looked beffer. The reserves came ouf on
fop wifh a 46-37 vicfory.
TIGERS 34g ALTON 5I
The Tigers sfarfed off fo a lead in fhe early parf of
fhe game, buf Iosf fhis lead in fhe fhird quarfer.
The local squ:d had fhe poor nighf of shoofing, sink-
ing only I2 shofs in 65 from fhe floor. Af 'I'he foul
sfripe fhe Bengals scored I0 ouf of I6 for a good
.625 percenfage. Mefcalf played his besf game
of fhe season. The reserve squad also Iosf ifs
TIGERS 55, STAUNTON 34
The local squad had a .565 percenfage in fhis
game. Chuck AIexa.nder was fhe only man fo foul
To Be Confinued on Page I09
CLASS CFF CERS
FRESHMAN lUpper lef'rl SOPHOMORE lUpper Righ'rl
Dean Ple'I'cl1er .....,.,., ,..,.,. ......, A A AA A .,.. Treasurer Gerald Alexander .,., ,.... A A AA A AA ,..... A, Presidenf
Mary Ann Kolilburn A ..,. A ,,........ Secrefary Rufh Buhrle A A AAAA AAAAA Secre+ary-Treasurer
June Kniser A AAAAAAAAA AAAAAA V ice-Presidenl' Billy Grinsiead A AAAA AAAAA A AA A Vice-Presidenf
Bobby Kirk AAAA AAAAAAA,AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA P resideni-
JUNIOR lLower Lef+l SENIOR lLower Righfl
Raymond Wl1ea+ A A A A Vice-Presideni Jack Riggs AAAAAA A AAAAAAAAAAA AAAAAAA AAAAAAAAAA ,AAAA A A A Treasurer
Carl Mick ,,,AAAAA,A,AAAA A,AA ,AA.,AA,AA,, T r easurer Russell Nordsfrom AAAAAAA AAAA AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA P r esideni'
Vinceni' Beck A AA A A, Presidenl' Pauline Meyer A AAAAAAAA AA AAAAA Vice-Presideni'
Sylvia Vogel ,AAAAAA AAAA. A A Secrefary John Sfeiner .,A,,A AAAAAAAA S ecrefary
SENICR CLASS HISTORY
"We came: we saw: we conquered."
Julius Caesar was fhe firsf fo say fhaf famous line buf
every E. H. S. senior also h-as fhe righf fo speak fhaf quofafion.
For if is frue fhaf fhe senior class of '49 came, saw, and con-
From the momenf we enfered E. H' S. as lowly freshmen
we began conquering. As freshmen we fook parf in many of
fhe school's acfivifies. By fhe fime we were sophomores if be-
came apparenf fo everyone fhaf fhe 'class of '49 was desfined
fo be one of the besf ever.
Our iunior year broughf wifh if fhe Junior-Senior Prom
fhaf proved fo be one of fhe biggesf and besf E. H. S. has ever
seen. Our Junior Play was a phenomenal success and many of
usylower upper classmen could be found in the leads of fh-e oper-
effa fhaf year. Our heal'I-hy, acfive boys were furned info good
afhlefes and parficipafed in many sporfs during fheir four-year
sfay af E. H. S.
Our senior year was mosf successful. Wifh us '49c-rs af
fhe head, fhehomecoming parade, Senior play, opereffa, sporfs,
and many ofher acfivifies, 'l'urned ouf for fhe very besf. For
fhe firs'I' fime since I944 fhe 'class of '49 is having a Senior
Breakfasf. If fakes fhis Senior Class fo think of somefhing like
Then all foo soon we begin fo realize fhaf our happy, care-
free, confenfed days af E. H. S. are numbered. Buf we leave,
knowing fhaf we came, we saw, we conquered.
"Hey leel, where you goin' wilh lhal boy?"
Hi Y I, 2, 3, 4: Baslcelball I, 2, 3, 4: Science
Club 3, 4: Junior Play 3: Lellerman's Club 4:
Senior Play 4.
MARY JEAN ARTH
"Success is wrillen on her lace."
G. A. A. I, 2, 3, 4: F. H. A. 3, 4: Hi Tri 3:
Sludenl Council 3.
"Il worry were lhe only cause lor dealh,
I would live forever."
Granile Cily I, 2: Foolball 3, 4: Baseball
3, 4: Lellerman's Club 3, 4: Wreslling 4:
Senior Play 4.
"Sugar and spice and everylhing nice."
G. A. A. I, 2, 3: Hi Tri I, 2, 3, 4: Junior
Play 3: Lalin Club I, 2: Chorus I, 2, 3, 4:
Science Club 4: Library Club I.
"Now Miss Halscher, cIon'l gel perlurbed."
G. A. A. I, 2: Hi Tri I, 2, 3, 4: Tiger Times
4: Junior Play 3: Spanish Club I: Chorus I, 2:
Library Club I: Librarian I.
"Punling a loolball is one way lo gel a
lricl: oul of school."
Foolball 3, 4: Baseball 2, 3, 4: Lellerman's
"As prelly as lhe piclure she draws."
Chorus I, 2: Hi Tri I, 2, 3, 4: Lalin Club 3:
Junior Play 3: F. H. A. l, 2, 3, 4: Treasurer
2: Presidenl 4: F. T. A. 4.
"Success comes in cans? Thal's lunny, my
yard is lull ol lhem."
"The maiorily of people aren'l above aver-
age, so why should I be an exceplion?"
"Blessings on lhee, lillle man."
Science Club I, 2, 3, 4: Secrelary 3: Presi-
denl 4: Spanish Club I, 2: Pholography Club
2, 3, 4: Vice Presidenl 4: Movie Club 3, 4:
Tiger Slall 4: Tennis I, 2, 3, 4.
WILLIAM RAY BODE
"One ol lhe nicesl 'Fellows we know."
Band I, 2, 3, 4: F. F. A. I, 2, 3, 4.
"Thinking is an idle wasle ol lime."
"A sweel lillle girl who is iusl lhe righl
Dramalics Club 4: Hi Tri I, 2, 3, 4: Ollicer
2: Hi Tri Council 2: Operella 3: G. A. A.
I, 2, 3, 4: Sporls Head 3: Treasurer 4: Tiger
Times 4: Chorus I, 2, 3: Senior Play 4.
"Good nalured as lhe day is long."
Band I, 2, 3, 4: G. A. A. I, 2, 3, 4: Hi Tri
I, 2, 3, 4: Music Club 3: Lalin Club 4:
"l'm nol as innocenl as I look."
"Ag?" Yep, lhaf's 'For me."
F. F. A. I, 2, 3, 4: Treasurer 4: Wreslling
2, 3, 4: Le'Hermen's Club 2, 3, 4.
"A girl you can depend on."
G. A. A. I, 2: Hi Tri I, 2, 3, 4: Chorus
I, 2, 3, 4: Craf+ Club 3, 4: Music Club 3:
Junior Play 3: Operella 3: F. H. A. 2, 3, 4:
Officer 4: Junior-Senior Prom Com. 3.
"She's always delirious wi'lh delight"
Marqueife High I, 2: Hi Tri 3, 4: G. A, A.
3, 4: Chorus 3, 4: Treasurer 3: Vice Presidenl
4: Operefla 4: Tiger Times 4: Tiger Circula-
fion Siaff 4.
"My chief ambiiion is lo gei by.
"I may look like a ladies' man, buf l'm noi."
French Club I, 2: Fooiball 2: Tennis 2.
"A perfecf genlleman when lhe Ieacher's
Tiger Times 4: Foolball I, 2, 3, 4: Baskelball
I, 2, 3, 4: Class Officer 2: Science Club 2:
Hi Y I: LeHermen's Club 4.
"I loved him, so I married him."
Fooiball Maid 4: Chorus I, 2, 3, 4: Treasur-
er 4: Hi Tri I, 2, 3, 4: Operella 3: Music
"A friend Thai makes lhe leasf noise is
oflen mosl useful."
Hi Tri I, 2, 3, 4: Tennis 3, 4: Lalin Club 3.
"W could call him a quiel man, bul we
know im lo I."
if , 3, 4: Operella 3: Junior Play
, cien ub 4' afin Club I, 2: Lefler-
men's C ' P gr h 2, 3, 4:
Avial' ' , ound ysfem 3, 4: Tiger
Ad Slaff 4: Movie Club 3.
"Man has his will, buf woman her way."
Hi Tri 3, 4: Library Club 4: Tennis 3, 4.
"A cule liffle blonde wilh Iwinkling eyes."
G. A. A. I, 2, 3, 4 Chorus 3: Hi Tri 3, 4:
Music Club 4.
"Be good and be different"
F. H. A. I, 2, 3. 4: G. A. A. i, 2: Hi Tri
2, 3, 4: Library Club 2, 3: Secreiary 3.
"To know him is +o like him."
"Brown eyes, charming and sweel, she has
a kind word for all she meels."
Hi Tri I, 2, 3, 4: Presidenl 2: G. A. A. I,
2, 3, 4: Vice Presidenf 4: Chorus I, 2, 3, 4:
Presidenf 3: Music Club 4: Presideni 4: Cheer-
leader 3: Operelia 3: Sfudeni Council 4.
OLIVER LEE DURHAM
"I'll grow up ye'l."
"AI limes men bore me."
E. H. A. I, 2, 3, 4.
"I'm Jean, fhe Iwin of iusf us 'Iwo."
Chorus I: G. A. A. I: Lafin Club I, 2, 3:
Hi Tri I, 2, 3, 4.
"Thaf's righf, I'm Jane, now don'f say who."
Lafin Club l, 2, 3,: Hi Tri I, 2, 3, 4: Chorus
I, 2: G. A. A. I: Library Club I: Librarian I.
"Ye old scienfis+."
Band I, 2, 3, 4: Lafin Club I, 2: Science
Club I, 3.
MARY ANN FAGAN
"Perf and saucy buf never bossy."
Chorus I, 2, 3: Hi Tri I, 2, 3, 4: Presidenf
3: Hi Tri Council 3: G. A. A. I, 2, 3: Com-
mercial Club 4: Presidenf 4: Opereffa 3:
Senior Play 4.
"A model boy: does noi chew, swear, smoke,
or make love?"
Tennis I, 3, 4: Sfudenl Council 2: Mafh
Club 4: Phofography Club 4: Lafin Club I, 2.
BETTY JEAN FLANNERY
"She has a kind word for everyone."
F. H. A. I, 2, 3, 4: Hi Tri 4: Chorus 3, 4.
"Jolly, peppy, gay, and kind, a befler pal
is hard fo find."
Band I, 2, 3, 4: Chorus I, 2, 4: Music Club
2, 4: Hi Tri I, 2, 3, 4: Lafin Club I, 2, 3:
Office Girl 4: Jr.-Sr. Prom Comm. 3: Tiger
Times Feafure Edifor 4: Tiger Ad Sfaff 4:
Tiger Circulafion Sfaff 4: F. T. A. 4: G. A. A.
I: Swing Band 2: Library Club I: Opereffa 4:
Librarian I: Senior Play 4.
"And who is fhis creafure, man, fhaf I
should be mindful of him?"
Hi Tri I, 2, 3, 4: Hi Tri Council I, 4: G. A.
A. I, 2: Spanish Club I, 2: Sfudenl' Council
3: Foofball Maid I.
"He who falls in love wifh himself will have
"The build of Lil Abner wifh fhe anlics of
Soufhwesf High I, 2, 3: Foofball 4.
"AIl fhe world loves a quief girl."
"Say, kid, did you come fo E. H. S. 'Io
"lf's such a bore fo be a handsome man."
F. F. A. I, 2, 3, 4: Hi Y 3: Track 2, 3, 4:
Baskefball I: Junior Play 3.
"Silence is golden, buf we're off fhe gold
Baseball I, 2, 3, 4: Baskefball I: Track I:
Science Club 3: Phofography Club 2: Chorus
"A sfudenf and a genfleman."
Band I, 2, 3, 4: Science Club I, 3, 4: Avia-
fion Club 3: Tennis 2: Tiger Ad Sfaff 4.
"Nofhing ever bofhers me."
Lafin Club I: Science Club 2.
"Nafure made her as she should, nol foo
bad, nof 'loo good."
Hi Tri I, 2, 3, 4: G. A. A. I, 2, 3, 4: Band
I, 2, 3, 4: Officer 4: Chorus I, 2, 3, 4: Offi-
cer 4: Opereffa 3: Junior Play 3: Commercial
Club 4: Jr.-Sr. Prom Comm. 3: Tiger Ad Sfaff
4: F. T. A. 4: Officer 4: Senior Play 4.
"Jusf loolr me over, buf don'f overlook me."
Chorus I, 2, 3, 4: Hi Tri 2, 3, 4: Foofball
Maid 3: F. H. A. 2, 3, 4.
"Twinlxling eyes, a furned up nose, she'lI
have friends, wherever she goes."
Band I, Chorus I, 2, 3, 4: Secrefary 3:
Opereffa 3, 4: G. A. A. I, 2, 3, 4: Secrefary
4: Class Officer I: Junior Play 3: Tennis 3, 4:
Hi Tri I, 2, 3, 4: Tiger Ad Sfaff 4: Senior
"lf isn'f school I'm againsf: if's fhe principal
of fhe +hing."
"The quesfion isn'+ whaf I did in school,
if's whaf didn'f I do."
LeHermen's Club 3, 4: Foofball I, 2, 3, 4:
Baslcefball I, 2, 3, 4: Traclr I, 2, 3.
"A queen as lovely as a day in May, al-
ways happy: sweef and gay."
Chorus I: G. A. A. I, 2: Hi Tri I, 2, 3, 4:
Hi Tri Council 4: Class Officer 2: Junior Play
3: Foofball Maid 3: Foofball Queen 4: Tiger
Times Associafe Edifor 4: Tiger Ediforial Sfaff
4: Jr.-Sr. Prom Com. 3.
"I'm quief, buf sweef as sugar."
G. A. A. I 2, 3, 4: Band I, 2, 3, 4: Secre-
fary 4: Hi Tri I, 2, 3, 4: Vice Presidenf 2:
Hi Tri Council 2: La In Club 2: Class Officer
3: Foofball Maid 4.
"Thj! bl hair fs me info more com-
igzngff, 1, ,, esiafm 4, Hi Y 2, 3, 4.
TreasT1rer'3 d 4: Tennis 2, 3: Lafin
Clpb Rfb! r 4: Baslcefball I, 2: Tiger Ad
M naje : Senior Play 4.
F. F. A. I, 2, 3, 4: Vice Presidenf 4.
"Easy come, easy go."
"Life sure gefs fee-jus, don'f if?"
F. F. A. I, 2, 3, 4: Reporfer 3.
"There musf be hard work in him, for none
ever comes ouf."
Roxana I, 2.
"Ever frue fo her worlr, her word and her
Chorus I, 2: Hi Tri 3, 4: Music Club 4.
"A smile goes a long way foward malxing
G. A. A. I, 2, 3, 4: Presidenf 4: Hi Tri 2,
3, 4: Chorus 2, 3, 4: Music Club 4.
"You can send a boy fo school, buf you
can'f malro him fhinIr."
Foolball Manager I: Baslrefball I, 2, 3, 4:
LeHermen's Club 3, 4: Hi Y I, 2: Senior
"Dis here is me."
Tennis 3, 4: Phofography Club 3, 4: Spanish
Club I, 2: Track 4: Wresfling 4: F. F. A. I, 2.
"Laugh, and Ihe world laughs wifh you."
Spanish Club I, 2: F. F. A. 3, 4.
"A good egg--sunny side up."
Hi Tri I 2, 3, 4: Lafin Club 2: F. H. A. I,
2: Commercial Club 4.
"We all like her, how can we help if?"
Chorus I, 2, 3, 4: Opereffa 3: Hi Tri 3, 4:
Commerce Club 4: Copy Edifor of Tiger
"I used fo be bashful, buf speech cured
"Why sfudy and make myself mad."
F. F. A. I, 2.
"Gus and me, when we're fogefher fhe band
Band I, 2, 3, 4: Traclc I, 2, 3, 4: Leffermen's
Club 2, 3, 4: Wresfling 2, 3, 4: Foofball 2:
"Full of sparlcle, dash, and go, sl1e's differenf
from The rc-sf you know."
Sfudenf Council 2, 3, 4: Presidenf 4: Hi Tri
I, 2, 3, 4: Secrefary-Treasurer I: Hi Tri Coun-
cil Treasurer 4: Associafe Edifor of Tiger 4:
Tiger Times Reporfer 4: Chorus I, 2, 3, 4:
Opereffa 3. 4: Lafin Club I, 2: Treasurer I:
Spanish Club 3, 4.
"Be gone my cares, I have no fime for you."
Band I, 2: Foofball 2: F. F. A. 3, 4.
"Nof fhe quief girl you fhinlc she is."
Girls Chorus I, 3, 4: Mixed Chorus I, 3, 4:
G. A. A. I, 2, 3, 4: F. H. A. 2, 3, 4: Hi Tri 4.
"PersonaIify and charm arc her Iwo besf
Hi Tri I, 2, 3, 4: Hi Tri Council Secrefary 4:
Spanish Club I, 2: G. A. A. I, 2: Sporfs Head
2: Class Presidenf 2: Chorus I: Tiger Edifor 4:
Sfudenf Council 4.
"Sweef, genfle, and kind."
Chorus I: Library Club I: Hi Tri 4: Com-
mercial Club 4: Treasurer 4.
"Bouncing along in a raffling car, wifh a
gang of Irids, buf I can'f go far."
F. F. A. I, 2, 3, 4: Officer 4: Lafin Club I.
"A pleasanl' smile, a gracious way, Ihus she
always has her way."
Hi Tri I, 2, 3, 4: G. A. A. 4: Band I, 2:
Chorus I, 2, 3, 4: OpereI+a 3, 4: Music Club
3, 4: Junior Play 3: Cheerleader 3.
"Nolre Dame, here I come."
Foofball I, 4: Baseball 3, 4: LeHermen's
Club 4: Hi Y 4: Science Club 3, 4: Avialion
Club 3, 4: Tiger Times 4: Tiger Sales Sfaff 4:
Junior Play 3.
CHARLES F. MAYS
"SI'and bacl: girls, you'll gel your Turn."
Foolball I, 2, 3, 4: Track 3, 4: Wreslling
2, 3, 4: Sludenl Council I, 2: LeH'ermen's
"Women are The leasl of my worries."
Junior Play 3.
MARY PATRICIA MCLEAN
"Some blondes have brains."
Chorus I: Science Club I: G. A. A. I, 2:
Hi Tri I, 2, 3, 4: Tiger Sociely Edilor 4.
"The harder I Iry lo be gooder, lhe worser
Class Olficer I: Foolball I, 2, 3, 4: F. F. A.
I, 2: Hi Y 4: Wresfling 4.
"l'll be merry, I'II be free, I'II be sad for
Hi Tri I, 3, 4: Presidenf 4: Hi Tri Council
4: Arl Edifor Tiger Times 4: Flench Club I, 2:
Chorus I, 2, 3,,4:'Junior Play 3: OpereH'a 3.
Y ' QEFILE 4.
I " 'e be lfimwn as a greal alhlele
I ,185 farkboyrf
'for en-42: Spanish Club I: Band I, 4: Hi
Tri I, 3, 4: G. A. A. I, 3, 4: Chorus 4.
"Did I hear you say you were a Dodger
Baseball Manager 3: Baseball 4: Foolball
I, 2: Tiger Times 4.
"FeIIas like me are 'lhe backbone of The
Hi Y I, 2, 3, 4: Malh Club 3, 4: Presidenl'
4: Science Club I, 2: Spanish Club I, 2: Class
Officer 4: Tiger Sales Slaff 4: Junior Play 3:
"Tall and slalely is she, wifh a wonderful
Grinnell, Iowa I: Hi Tri 2, 3, 4: Hi Tri
Council 3, 4: Vice Presidenl 4: Class Officer
3: Sfudenl Council 3, 4: Secrelary 4: Com-
mercial Club 4: Secrelary 4: Tiger Times 4.
"Miss Smiser and I gel along great"
Marine I, 2, 3: F. F. A. 4.
"Never do loday whal you can puf off
"lf iI's possible for a woman lo succeed,
Ihen I will."
Band I, 2, 3, 4: Chorus I: Lalin Club I, 2:
Library Club I, 2: Science Club 2, 3, 4.
ETTA RAE PATTON
'Genllemen prefer blondes, bul nol all men
"GirIs, won'f you give me a chance?"
Alfon I: Hardin 2.
"I work af fhe WiIdey."
F. H. A. I, 2, 3, 4: Chorus I: Lafin I: Hi
Tri I: Tiger Times 4.
"Giggles make your speeches longer."
Hi Tri I, 2, 3, 4: G. A. A. I, 2: Mafh Club
3, 4: Secrefary-Treasurer 3: Chorus I, 2.
"Shy buf nice."
Hi Tri I, 2, 3, 4: Music Club 3, 4: Chorus
I, 2, 3, 4.
"Ah yes, iusf living keeps me busy."
Track 3, 4: Phofography 4: Spanish 2.
"Full of genfle kindness, h'-r looks and Iangu
"'Tis he, I know hir-I by his gaif."
Track I: Wresfling 2: F. F. A. 2, 3, 4: Pho-
fography Club 3: Junior Play 3.
MARILYN ,IEAN RANEK
"A friendly smile, a gracious way, she's very
quief, yef somefimes gay."
Spanish I, 2, 3: Secrefary-Treasurer 2: F. H.
A. 2, 4: Hi Tri I, 2, 3, 4: Presidenf 3: Hi Tri
Council 3, 4: Hi Tri Council Presidenf 4:
ARNOLD H. RENKEN
"I'm fhe 'Iype of man fhaf girls dream
Worden High I, 2, 3.
"I arrived here for a purpose, buf whaf?"
Foofball 2, 3, 4: Leffermen's Club 4: Class
Officer 4: Tiger Times: Tiger Circulafon Sfaff
4: Baseball I: Track 2: F. F. A. I.
"If's fhe franquil people who accomplish
Hi Tri I, 2, 3, 4: Chorus I, 2, 3: Tennis 2,
3, 4: Craff Club 3, 4: Science Club I.
"BashfuI? Are you kidding?"
Flinf, Mich., I, 2, 3.
SHIRLEY MAE ROZUM
"Generally speaking, I'm always speaking."
F. H. A. I, 2, 3, 4: Hi Tri I, 2, 3, 4: Chorus
I, 2, 3, 4: Spanish Club I: Tiger Times 4.
ROSE MARIE RUPP
"Never ready, always Iafe, buf she smiles, and
so we waif."
Hi Tri I, 2, 3, 4: Chorus I, 2, 3: Science
Club I: Spanish Club 3, 4: Junior Play: Oper-
effa: Tiger Ad Sfaff.
"She is neaf, she is sweef 'From her bonnef
Io her feet"
Spanish I, 2, 3: F. H. A. 2, 4: Hi Tri I, 2.'
3, 4: G. A. A. 2: Office 4.
"l'm a nalural blonde."
Chorus 2, 3, 4: Music Club 2, 3, 4: Hi Tri
3, 4: Tiger Times Exchange Edilor 4.
"If laughs are expensive, she's exlravaganlf'
G. A. A. I: Lalin Club 2: Hi Tri I, 2, 3, 4.
"He can say in a half hour, whal' ofhers
can say in five minuIes."
Tiger Circulaiion Manager 4: Tennis I, 2,
3, 4: LeHer:'1an': Club 2, 3, 4: Science CI b
3, 4: Lalin Club I, 2: Secrelary 2: Sound
Syslem 2, 3, 4.
"l've gol' my man, have you?"
Operella 4: Chorus I, 2, 3, 4: Hi Tri 3, 4:
Music Club 2, 3, 4: Tiger Times Produclion
Manager: Fulure Teachers of America 4.
"Oh, you beaufiful doll."
Hi Tri I, 2, 3, 4: G. A. A. I, 2, 4: Sporls-
head 2: Chorus l, 2, 3, 4: Presidenl 4: Oper-
ella 3, 4: Tiger Times Edilor 4: Foolball Maid
"lf a feller's always laughing, he won"l' have
lime fo worry."
Malh Club 4.
"Mr. Brock always calls on me when lhere's
frouble, why is +ha+?"
Foolball I, 2, 3, 4: LeHermen's Club 3, 4:
Tiger Times Synorfs Edilor 4: Spanish Club I,
2, 3, 4: Hi Y I, 2, 3, 4: Senior Play 4.
"Who's fhe culesl boy in school and why
Spanish Club I, 3: Sludenl Council 3, 4:
Baslcelball Manager 4: Hi Y I, 2, 3, 4.
"I could have been naughly, bul I didn'f
Spanish Club I, 2, 3, 4: Hi Tri 2, 3, 4:
Chorus I, 2, 3, 4: Tiger Times 4: Music Club
2: Sludenf Council 4.
"My l1ear+ is whole, my fancy free, go 'way,
lillle girl, don'+ bofher me."
Baslcefball I, 2, 4: Spanish Club I, 2: Science
Club 2: Class Officer 4.
"Along wilh being handsome, I also play
Worden I, 2: Tennis 3, 4.
ODELL F. THORPE
"Anybody seen a slray girl?"
Foolball I, 2: F. F. A. I, 2, 3, 4: F. F. A.
Secrefary 4: Tennis 2.
"A 'Fellow who really digs up business."
F. F. A. 2, 3, 4: Vice-Presidenf 3: Hi-Y 2,
"The man who fried fo do nofhing and
Baskelball I, 2.
'Our F. F. A. man."
F. E. A. 3, 4.
"I'm noi in 'rhe roll of common men."
Baskefball I, 2,: Baseball I, 2, 4: Hi Y 4:
Tiger Ad Sfaff 4.
"Arr, +haI"s her drawing point"
Hi Tri I, 3, 4: G. A. A.: Maioreffe I, 2:
"Greer men have made misfalres, I have
made misfalxes: Therefore I am a greaf man."
Hi Y 4.
"Music is 'Ihe only love of my life."
G. A. A. I, 2, 3, 4: Chorus I, 2, 3, 4: Hi Tri
I, 2, 3, 4: Lafin Club I, 2: French Club 3, 4:
Presideni 4: Music Club 2, 4: Dramafics Club
2: Junior Play: Opereffa.
"We're iusf Iwo salfs from Marine
Marine High School I, 2, 3.
"Speed and a Telephone pole cIon'I' mix."
Marine High School I, 2, 3.
"Beware! I may yel do somefhing sensa
"Life is a ies? and all 'Things show if, I
Ihoughf so once, buf now I Iinow if."
Foo+baII 2, 3: Phofography Club 2: Mafh
Club 3: Tiger Times Business Manager 4.
"Never his gaze on woman bent"
Band I, 2: Phofography Club 2, 3, 4.
"Precious Things come in small pachagesf
F. H. A. I: G. A. A. I: Library Club I, 4:
'Hi Tri 4.
SENIORS WITHOUT PICTURES
Tom Fleming, Rita Neville and Don Roberfson.
Off E 1 nce
D f s
CHRISTMAS SCENES AROUND E, H. S
SET 'EM UP JOE! OH! HOW WE DANCED
HEADLINE HUNTERS NO MORE CANS
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SENIOR CLASS WILL
WE THE SENIOR CLASS OF I949, bei.ng ol sound mind and body, hereby proclaim lhis as our Lasl
Will and Teslamenl, commencing on lhe sevenlh day ol June in lhe year ol our Lord, nineleen hundred and
Charles Alexander, Ieave Papa all alone.
Mary Jean Arlh, Ieave - Lalmoine is wailing.
Bob Barnharl, Ieave Frank McBride lo lake my
place a.s EHS's Casanova.
Mary Barnsback, Ieave my dimples lo anyone who
can use lhem.
Belly Barry, Ieave wilh my moulh open.
Wayne Baumgarlner, Ieave lhe pilching slall
Beverly Beck, leave - can Miss Parkey do wilh-
Jim Berlemann, Ieave lo +eII Mom I made il.
Bob BerIeman.n, Ieave - Thank Heaven.
Tim Berlemann, Ieave camera in- hand.
Ray Bode, Ieave unlouched by lhis inslilulion.
Louis Brase, leave E. H. S. wilhoul a bookworm.
Marilyn Brase, Ieave my personalily lo some lucky
Co.nslance Broshow, Ieave my llullering ways lo
Olin Buhr, Ieave my name echoing lhrough lhe
Everell Bulcher, leave my bibbed overalls lo some
Fulure Farmer ol America.
Dorcas Callahan, Ieave my sell-confidence lo a
lulure Speech sludenl.
Helenmary Carlin, Ieave my boundless enlhus-
iasm lor Iile lo some droopy person.
Tony Cerny, Ieave my hilch-hiking abilily lo
Carl Coleman, Ieave, wilh my .nickname ol Janie
lrailing aller me.
Harlow Coolbaugh, Ieave lhe loolball leam wilh-
oul a "brain" lo direcl il.
Carole Davis, Iell in January, lrading school lor
Lenella Davis, Ieave my scholaslic abilily lo
Scoll Delicale Ieave - now maybe lhe sound
syslem will work.
Elhel Deppe, Ieave, keeping lhem guessing as lo
whelher I'm engaged or nol.
Evelyn Dillman, Ieave lo slarl a brick Iayer's union.
Mabel Dippold, Ieave quickly, decisively and
Jack Drda, leave my bashlul ways lo Richard
Ann Dunlap, Ieave some ol my genlle 'dignily bul
lake lhe resl lo charm lhe world.
Oliver Durham, leave, always looking up.
Marcella Eberharl, Ieave, lo sell odds and ends
Jean Eberharl, Ieave lo give Miss Hickey's Busi-
ness School compelilion by slarling one ol my
Jane Eberharl, leave lo help collaborale on Eber-
harl's Business School.
, John Eeck, Ieave lo join Nickel Plale.
Mary Ann Faga.n, Ieave my slerling qualilies lo
some larnished Junior.
Charles Fellenslein, Ieave my ailmenls lo Fred
Belly Jean Flannery, leave in hopes lo lind some-
Jean Flavin, leave, bul I'm laking everylhing wi+h
Tom Fleming, Ieave my reid hair lo anyone.
Rulh Frey, leave lo Iel some Junior girl kid Lucco.
Jim Gar-de, Ieave my brain lo Jerry.
Fred Gillham Ieave my home, V.F.W. lo Bob
Willard Goll, Ieave my curly hair lo Frank Mc-
Elhel Graham, Ieave, I hear lhe lilling slalions are
runni.ng oul ol "Elhyl".
Belly Granl, Ieave wilhoul regrel.
Roberl Green, Ieave lo be a repairman.
Vernon Halbe, Ieave lo sleep- undislurbed.
Kennelh Hanser, Ieave my musical skill lo my
George Harris, Ieave my curls lo all E. H. S. 's un-
Joan Harrison, leave Imy cule ways and line ol
challer lo echo lhrough E. H. S.
SENIOR CLASS WILL
Joan Harfman, leave fhe firsf hour speech class
Anifa Hawkins, leave all my good fimes af E. H. S.
fo some deserving freshman.
Don Heberer, leave all my infelligence fo fufure
Ray Heinemeier, leave my vanify fo fhe girls' lock-
Mary Henfz, leave my fhrone for some lucky junior
Joan Highlander, leave for Chrisfian' college fo
become a sinner.
Richard Hoffman, leave my presidency of fhe
Hi-Y fo a capable junior.
Dale Holtman, leave my rumbling voice fo Skeefer
Don Hooks, leave fo become a professional pin-
Lloyd Hulsker, leave my cousin Alice alone and
unprofecfed in E. H. S.
Howard Jesfes, leave knowing I beaf fhe resf fo
fhe draw by graduafing in February
Marie Johnson, leave my calm, sfeady manner fo
someone wifh fhe "nervous iif'I'ers."
Thelma Johnson, leave my afhlefic prowess fo
Rose Mary Merkel.
Jim Kesl, leave sfill wondering whaf i+'s all abouf.
Raymond King, leave fhe ice-cream fo melf.
Herschel Kluefer, leave fo fake care of my
Eunice Knebel, leave fo become parf-fime owner
Lucille Knechf, leave fo follow my Uncle.
Nick Ladd, leave, fhanking Mrs. Crocker for ban-
ishing my bashfulness.
Vicfor Lesemann, leave my place on fhe Prairie-
fown Bus fo some poor soul.
Harry Lewis, leave my musfache fo Louis Yen'ne.
Sharon Lewis, leave behind me a.n exfraordinary
vocabulary and many marks of achievemenf.
Bob Lewis, leave as handsome as ever.
Lavon Lischmann, leave as quiefly as I came.
Margarel' Long, leave my winning ways fo some
Shirley Long, leave smilingly and sweefly.
Vernon Marfi, leave room enough for fwo new
Grace Mafhis, leave my blushing ways fo Joan
David Maxfield, leave fo become a greaf foofball
hero, I keep felling myself.
Charles Mays, leave Miss Hafscher fo resf in
Gerald McDougal, leave fo become manager of
Paf McLean, leave in fhe Servisoff fruck.
Lefo Mefz, leave my Charles Aflas build fo Rocky
Pauline Meyer, leave fo design dresses for Paf
Arlyne Moehle, leave wifh a cheerful "Goodby."
Clyde Nealy, leave fo become pifcher, manager,
and owner of fhe Sf. Louis Browns.
Rifa Neville, leave my Iiveliness fo Paf Langley
for her fo use nexf year.
Russell Nordsfrom, leave fo become one of Pur-
due's besf sfudenfs.
Pafsy Ohl. leave fo become a Powers Model.
Carl Olive, leave fhe fronf seaf of my car fo some
ofher sfuidenl' from Marine.
Roy Osfendorf, leave fo ann-oy my employers in-
sfead of my feachers.
Carole Overmier, leave fo be fhe firsf woman
Effa Rae Paffon, leave my pleasanf nafure fo be
remembered by E. H. S.
Bill Phillips, leave my oufspoken manner fo a fimid
Virginia Pierson, leave my iob as usher fo an-
ofher movie fan.
Dorofhy Pike, leave, giggling all fhe way.
Frank Pinkas, leave my pole-vaulfing skill fo a
Doris Poos, leave my happy school days in my
Beffy Primas, leave my sweef disposifion fo a
lucky Glen Carbonife.
Frank Provaznik, leave fhe echo of my long sfrides.
Marilyn Ranek, leave fo brighfen fhe world wifh
my sparkling brown eyes.
Arnold Renken, leave fhe girls sighing.
SENIOR CLASS WILL
Jack Riggs, leave a good foofball season.
Do.n Roberfson, leave my fooflaall heroism buf nof
Connie Roedel, leave my quiel' ways 'ro Liz
William Roy, leave, laughing as usual.
Shirley Rozum, leave my giggle +o Joe Smolfz.
Rose Marie Rupp, leave my pIeasan'I' voice and
winsome smile - "Adios."
Lorraine Schiebal, leave fo ru.n fhe affairs of Glen
Violef Schoenbaum, leave my nafural blond hair
fo Ina Rae Blafniclc.
Norma Schoeffle, leave for V. F. W.
Erwin Schumacher, leave fo become a "Shoe-
Rodney Senn, leave fo 'lake my place in fhe Hall
Lola Shaffer, leave fo become Mrs. Lincoln.
Elizabefh Shaw, leave my fob as Tiger Times Edifor
'I'o some unsuspecfing Junior.
Tom Slowey, leave my head of hair fo Mr. Gibson.
Kenny Sperandio, leave E. H. S. wifhouf 'lheir
Nadine Sperandio, leave my vifalify 'lo Wilma
John Sfeiner, leave my sfafure fo "Slree+er."
I, Roberf Sfeinman, leave my fennis raclcef fo some
I, Odell Thorpe, leave my Ford.
I, Charles Tosovslcy, leave my place in fhe F. F. A.
fo some Freshman.
I, Jerry Troeclcler, leave fo drive around fhe counfry
wifh my finger in my moufh.
I, Earl Viere, leave fo see fhe world via Glen Car-
I, Earl Vaugniaux, leave my charmi.ng French name
fo Bill Haase.
I, Joa.n Waffensmifh, leave my name 'lo any plain
I. Wilbur Widicus, leave my abilify fo charm women
'lo my brofher.
I. Janef Wieduwilf, leave 'Io accompany Lily Pons.
I, Orville Wildhaber, leave fo become a greaf oil
magnafe of Marine.
I, Roberf Wilclhaber, leave +o become Mayor of
I, Theodore Wille, leave my vasf knowledge 'lo .my
I, Raymond Zoelzer, leave fo become head of fhe
I, Vernon Zoelzer, leave fo become head of Ed'-
I, Joline Zrusf, leave my Iasf place in fhe alphabef
fo any ofher Z.
TO OUR ADVERTISERS
We 'rake fhis means fo express our sincere appreciafion for your
cooperafion i.n faking adverfising in' our annual publicafion. We are
cognizanf of fhe facf fhaf yearbook adverfising is of dubious value fo
fhose business firms who wish fo adverfise somefhing of a seasonal
nafure. However your name or fhe name of your firm in fhe ad-
verfising secfion of fhe I949 Tiger is more fhan mere adverfising buf,
in addifion, if is an expression of your good will foward us.
Because of increased' producfion cosfs yearbook producfion
would be prohibifive if fhe financial backing were confined fo sub-
scripfion sales. Wifhouf your ad fhe Tiger would be lowered below
fhe high sfandard of yearbooks which have fold fhe sfory of fhe Ed-
wardsville High School fhroughouf fhe years. Wifh your cooper-
afion we have affempfed fo carry on fhe yearbook fradifion of E.H.S.
and fo presenf a picforial hisfory of fhe I948-I949 school year which
will serve as a valuable sforehouse of memories for sfudenfs and
THE TIGER .AD STAFF
Richard Hoffman, Manager.
A 8: B Feed
8: Seed S+ore .,..
Associaied Service .......,.
Auerbach's .,..... ..
BalIweg's ......,4..,.... ..
B 8: K Aufo Service , ..
B 8: R Recrealion .,A...., ,.
Bank of Edwardsville .......
Barnsback, Dr. R. S. ......... .
Becldold Company ..........
Sfore ...... .,,....,
BerIeman's Shell Service ..
Big Boys' Supply Co. ..... .
Blocks .........,.4........,.. .,
Blume s ..,......,... ,... . .
Bobs Ban-d Box ,4,.4.,,.,. .......
Bo+h.ma.n's Garage .....,,.....
Brockmeier News Agency
Brockmeier, Dr. C. L. ....,...
Brooks' Jewelry ..,.... ..
Buckles Transfer ..
Buhrmes+er's ,.,.,,... ,.
Busker's Hardware ..
Bufler Chevrolel' ...... ..
Busy Bee ..,......,...., .,...,..
Cassens 8: Sons .................,.,....
CaI'hcar+'s Cafe ,,....,.,.,.,..,...,
Clarence's Slandard Service ..
Cllflon R. ..,......,.,
Collins, Dr. Jerre C. .... ,....,.,...
Colonial Ho+eI ....,.
Cox, Dr. Wayne B.
DeLauren+i, Joseph M. ......... .
Delicafe, E A. .............,...,.,... .
Delicafe, Dr. William E. ,..,... .
Desmond, M. Mfg. Co. ,......,. .
Do-Nui Shop .,....,..,..............
Eberharl Brofhers .,................
Edwardsville Consumers ..,.....
Edwardsville Cen'I'raI Au'I'o ....
Creamery Co. ....
Moior Sales ......,.
Edwardsville Na'I'ionaI Bank
Edwardsville Savings 8: Loan
Eilers, Wilfred C. ...,..,...,....,. ,
Esfabrook, WIII L. ..,......,......... .
INDEX OF ADVERTISERS
Figge Service S+a+ion ..,..,.,
Fink, Dr. Leroy M. ....,.... .
Fredman Furnilure ...... ,,,., . ..
Fruil' Service Sfalion ..,....,......
George's Markel ....,..,...,...,..,.
Gordon-Michel Tire Co. ...,. .
Harrell, Dallas T. ...,,....,.....,... .
Harlman, Harry T. ............... ,
Harrison, Dr. T. W. ..,.,,........,.
Hellrung, Dr. Cecilia M. ,..,... ,
Herff-Jones Co. ............ ....,....
Hermann, Dr. C. J. ....... .
Hill, Dr. M. R. ......,..,. .
Holiday Inn ...........,. ......,.
Home Nursery ...,..,.. .,......
Hoover, H. C. .,.... ........ .
Holz, Eulalia ....,...... .....,,.
Holz Lumber Co.
Hub CIo+hiers ...,.,... .,...,..
Hun+ Molor Co. ,.... ,...... .
Hursl' Ponliac Co. ....,. ..,..,. .
I. B. C. Roo'I' Beer . ...,... ,
Illinois Lumber Co. ..... ,...,.. .
Imbers' Men's Wear .,..
Jones Shoe Shop , ......, ...,,...
Kane, Edwar-d ,..........,. .....,.,
Kiem s ..,......,...,..,..,.,.,.,..,.....,,..
King Bee Candy Kifchen .,....,,
Knowles Tavern ...................,..
KIue+er Bros ...,..,......... ........
KIueI'er Feed Siore . ....,.. .
Kriege Halchery ......,. ,.......
Leclaire Sfore ..,......,... ,.,..,..
Lee Shop ,.................,.............
Leona's Beauly Shoppe .......,..
Lexow EIec'I'ric ..............,..,......
Lore Beaufy Shoppe ...........,
Lux Theafre .......,,..........,....,...
Madison CounI'y AbsI'racI'
Madison Coun'I'y MuI'uaI .......,
Madison S+ore .....,.,.....,..,.....
Madison Counly TracI'or .,...,,.
Marks, Lesley M. .........,...,...,. ,
May's Cul'-Rafe Drug ...........,
Ma o's Shoes
Mechanics Planing Mill ........
Meyer Monumenl' Co. .........,. ,
Mindrup Au+omoI'ive Service
Moore-Sfork Cleaners ...,........
Morrison Farm Supplies ......,.
Morfon Radio ,......,.,..............
MoH'ar's Drugs ...,....... ...,....
Musso's ..,.,.......,..., ........
Orman's S+andard Service
Overbeck Brofhers , ,...,... ..
Penny, J. C. ....,..,. ..
Peerless Cleaners . .,
Pieper, RuI'h D. ,... .
Pizzini, William D. ......,..... .
Ponliac Engraving Co. ...,..
Richards Brick Co. ..,.
Reed, James L. .,..,.,..
Runge-Ziegler Shoe Co.
Sally Ann Bakery ....... ,.., .
Schmidf, Oscar W. ......,,. .
Schmidf Tin Shop ............,
Schneider Funeral Home ..
Schneider Mo+or Service ..
Schroeder, Dr. W. H. ..... .
Schwar'I'z Appliance Co. ..
SchuI'Ie Jewelers .,...,......,,.
Schumacher Service ..,,
Shepard, E. J. ,.,. .
Smilh, Wm. M. P. .....,. .
Soller and Kriege ....,.,.
Spengel, Floyd ...,.......,.,..
Springer, Frederic E. ...... ,
Slraube Funeral Service ..
Slrebler, A. H. ...,... .
Suhre Appliance .,,..
Tom Boy Merkel ...,,.....,....
Uniled S+a+es Radialor Corp
Vicfor Cleaners ,............,,..
Vuagniaux, Waldo T. ,...,. .
Warnock, D. B. .....,.,...,.,....
Wayne, Dr. M. F. . ,...,..., .,
Weeke Tobacco Co. ..,.....
Weir, Dr. Roberl' ..,... .
Wells Tire Sales ..........,...,
Wes+ern AuI'o Associale ..
Wesl' End Foods .,...... .....
Wesl' End Service Sfalion
Wharff, Dr. H. E. ....,..,,... .
Wildey Thealre ....,.....,....,.
Wilkins, George T. ,,,..
Win'rer's Pharmacy .......,
Woodlawn Gardens .,..
Yonaka Jewelry ,.....,
the 1949 Tiger
For years the symbol
of low prices in
Frankie and Je
Beify isn'l Talking
FOUNDED NEW YORK LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY '04
APRIL DQ n n YEARS OLD
Q Q WALDO L.. T. VUAGNIAUX e o. IN
1,0 K! 498 Special Agent I-0 if 99 '
'845 ' .- 1014 FLORIDA Ave. ' - '949
1-' TEL. l378R. W-'
NATIONAL QUALITY AWARD WINNER
The New York Life has always been a Muiual Company
Dividends are paid only +o policyholders.
Have you a definiie Life Insurance Program?
HOW MANY NEEDS HAVE YOU PROVIDED FOR?
Clearance Funds Mortgage Funds
Readjustment Income ChiIcIren's Education
Income to my Family Retirement Income
SAFETY IS ALWAYS THE FIRST CONSIDERATION
NOTHING ELSE IS SO IMPORTANT
COMPLIMENTS OF A,
.-,,: ' -
PRESCRIPTIONS ouR SPECIALITY
los PURCELL o PHONE 216
"WE DO APPRECIATE
YOUR BUSINESS" WJ 63
COMPUMENTS OF wooDLAwN GARDENS
YONAKA J. H. BLIXEN
JEWELRY STQRE 1401 sr. LOUIS STREET
Congra+ula+ions and Good Luck
To fhe Class of '49
"Mark 'I'he Spo+ wifh Beau'l'y Forever"
PAUL E. MEYER
MODERN POWER FARM EQUIPMENT
Morrison Farm upplies
JAMES MORRISON, JR.
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Allis-Chalmers Farm Equipment
Corno Feeds, Seeds and Poultry Supplies
DeLaval Milking Machines
ST. ANDREWS ST. ' EDWARDSVILLE, ILL.
TONY JANSEN, Prop.
3I3 NORTH MAIN STREET
Bill's Hobby Shop
Our Cleaning Service Will
Give You That
Well Groomed Appearance
We All Desire
M X 1, xmvj I : l wi
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Weekre Tobacco Company
COMPLIMEN-I-S OF COMPLIMENTS OF
Suhre Appliance Company Tom BOY Ma"keI'
Authorized VERNON HARRIS, Prop.
NORGE DEALER GROCERIES - IVIEATS
235 NORTH MAIN I32 N. MAIN ST. EDWARDSVILLE, ILL
Unifed S'Ia+es RacIia+or
MERCHANDISERS OF WELLS TIRE SALES, INC.
HI-TRI KID PARTY
FARMI N G
'3 ig 5
ff P 9
X nlusllllllwlmlm 5
E. J. Shepard Office Supply
"Everything for the Office"
H58 Years on the los sr. Louls STREET
Squaren PHONE 989
DR. C. J. I-IERRMANN MAYUS 51-IQES
202 N. MAIN ST. WE SPECIALIZE IN
EDWARDSVILLE, ILL. FO-OT CORRECTION
LEROY M. PINK, D. D. S. MARSHALL F, WAYNE.
Edwardsville Nafional Bank
Bulldmg l48 Nor'I'h Main S+.
EDWARDSVILLE, ILL. EDWARDSVILLEI ILL,
Madison County Mutual
Automobile Insurance Company
"A SERVICE THAT SERVES"
306 EDWARDSVILLE NATIONAL BANK BUILDING
MADISON STORE BUILDING
DR. C. L. BROCKIVIEIER
BANK OF EDWARDSVILLE BLDG.
WILLIAM E. DELICATE COMPUMENT5 OF
IVI. D. Dr. T. W. Harrison, Dentist
206-A NORTH MAIN I07-A PUROELL . EDWARDSVILLE
PHONE 7 PI-IONE 3I8-R
U . , U D I Complimenfs of
MA RICER HILL D D S FREDERIC E. SPRINGER
409 BANK OF EDWARDSVILLE ATTORNEY-AT-LAW
BUILDWG Isa N. MAIN ST. EDWARDSVILLE
DR W H SCHRGEDER JOSEPI-I IVI. DE LAURENTI
DEN-HST AHorney-a+-Law .
I Room 503-4 Bank of EdwarcIsvIIIe Bldg.
BANK OF EDWARDSVILLE BLDG. Edwardsvme' HL
ROBERT W. WEIR, D. C. I JERRE C. COLLINS, IR., IVI. D.
23I N. MAIN ST. BANK OF EDwARDsvILLE
PHONE soo BUILDING
-I TTI-IONE-I93 - -
C0mP'f"'e"+f of C. R. COCHRAN. D. S. C.
WM M P SMITH CHIROPODIST AND FOOT SPECIALIST
' ' ' GERBER BLDG. EDWARDSVILLE, ILL.
DR. CECELIA IVI. I-IELLRUNG
4I9 N. MAIN ST.
I-I. E. WHARFF, IVI. D.
Ear, Nose and Throat
156A N. Main St. Edwardsv II
9-I1 A. M., 2-5 P. M., 7-8 P. M.,
Off h 185 R Ph 402
W. L. ESTABROOK
4oI BANK OF EDWARDSVILLE BLDG.
RUTH D. PIEPER
Ios LINDEN ST.
SOLTER AND KRIEGE
II2 E. VANDALIA ST.
22 HALLECK AVE. PHONE I876 R
HO S AT RANDOM
FOOTBALL QUEEN AND AT'lTENDANTS
Miss Mary Hen+z, Foolball Queen of l948, selecls a pa.ir of Teen Age Crepe Slrollers
Her escor+, Foo+ball Cap+ai.n Ray Heinemeier, fries a Roblee Sporfs Shoe.
Miss Dolly Shaw, Maid of Honor, prefers a Green Calf Low Heel Wedge.
Miss Joan Highlander, Maid of Honor, prefers a Red Calf Carmelle+e .Ankle Sfrap
QUR NEW STUDIO
To our many patrons and friends:
How can we thank you for proving what We have always
You do appreciate our new studiog its convenient locationg
its colonial architecture: its homelike atmosphere. You
do know that everything within has been planned for
And itls mighty convenient for us, too. Its greater facili-
ties give us the opportunity to make the fine portraits that
we are sure will please you.
A cordial invitation is extended to everyone to visit and
inspect our studio.
A. H. Strebler
405 ST. LOUIS ST. EDWARDSVILLE
CROSBY SQUARE GERBIG'S BAKERY
AUTHENUC FAS""ONS 'N MAKERS or SALLY ANN PRODUCTS
WE GIVE EAGLE STAMPS
Henry "Sees All:
Wlwaf Rare Form!
Too Tired Lloyd
Sleeps in Men's Room
William D. Pizzini
FOR BEAUTY AND PERMANENCE
+C It pays to build of brick ' '
- 'r x ' They do not burn nor decay
O . ,ian
Qgl qi '
- ' ' ' They are everlasting
RICHARDS BRICK CO.
EDWARDSWLLE ST. LOUIS
FACE BRICK ' COMMON BRICK ' HOLLOW TILE
GLASS BLOCKS ' BUILDING BLOCKS
FLUE LINING ' GLASS BLOCK VENTILATORS
SALES 8: SERVICE
IWe Follow +he Sale wi+h ServiceI
REPAIR ON .ALL MAKE RADIOS
2I6 ST. LOUIS ST.
ZOI EAST VANDALIA
S. BARNSBACK, M. D.
CompIiimen+s 81 Besf Wishes
GEORGE T. WILKINS
Madison Coun+y Schools
E. P. Schneider
ovERBEoK BROS. E
Qgiiiiffidolffifss COMPUMENTS QF
EDWARDSVILLE, ILL. P L A N I N G M I L L
COMPLIMENTS OF I N C'
Be Fashion Wise
Wirth Budget Buys
L E E
Madison CounI'y Abs'I'racI'
and Ti+Ie Co.
I I2 HILLSBORO AVE. PHONE 8I
D. B. WARNOCK
II8-A HILLSBORO AVE.
A WINDOW FRAME-UP
EDWARDSVILLE' ILL. Two high school boys had been quarreling and had
almosl come fo blows. To reslore Iheir regard 'for each
ofher Mr. Brock pu? Them Io washing Ihe same window
can l lead 5 good Chrlslian li-fe in Edwardsville one oufside, Ihe oiher inside. Looking af each ofher
Sl a week?" asked Bob Berlemun of Mr. Lew 'Ihey soon had 'Io laugh and all was forgoffen.
My boy," was fhe reply, "fha+'s all you can d
LEXOW'S ELECTRIC SE RVICE
SALES AND SERVICE
GREAT CARS 0 FINE SERVICE
Wheel and Axle Alignmen+ Service
Dynamic Wheel Balancing
A SQUARE DEAL
I - ..--- - ----I
COMPUMENT5 'OF COMPLIMENTS OF
KLUETER'S FEED STORE KRIEGE HATCHERIES
FEED AND SANITATION SUPPLIES TROY ROAD s. SECOND AVE.
40: ST Louis ST P'od"ce's of
HI-SIRED BABY CHICKS
PHONE 374 PHONE non
LEOLATRE STORE ' - ' - - '
CHAS MULACH COMPLIMENTS-OF
, A R 99 I
P P + X-33153 LEONA'S BEAUTY SHOP
A fl I
GROCERIES, MEATS, FRUITS, VEGETABLES
NOTHING BUT THE BEST
Harry T. Hartman
RECORDER OF DEEDS
I 'mes:z'zx.. 5
IMBER'S MEN'S WEAR
COM PLIMENTS -OF
King Bee Candy KiI'cI1en
THE PLACE TO BUY YOUR
ICE CREAM AND CANDY
EDWARDSVILLE HIGH SCHOOL
GOOD FOOD AT
EVERY DAY LOW PRICES
I. G. A. STORE
MADISON AND FRANKLIN AVE.
BUSY BEE BAKERY STANDARD SERVICE
RALPH LEUSCHKE STATIQN
AND FRUIT AND VEGETABLE MARKET
zna MAIN PHONE :za
WEST END FOODS
R. S. WAYNE
Hurst Pontiac Co.
PONTIAC CARS AND INTERNATIONAL TRUCKS
SALES THROUGH SERVICE
40I NORTH MAIN STREET
A. SL B. FEED and SEED
WHOLESALE .AND RETAIL
PROFIT REAPER . .A. B. FEEDS . . FLOUR . .
HAY . . FEED . . SALT . . SEEDS
GRINDING . . CLEANING . . MIXING
"WHERE FEED AND SEED IS A SCIENCE"
H COMPLIMENTS OF
QQIQ, 1 THE MELODY BAR
ig' ' Music DEPARTMENT
B az R RECREATION OF THE
AND GRILL BEN FRANKLIN STORE
VV. VANDALIA PHONE II09
COMPLIMENTS OF COMPLIMENTS OF
KLUETER BROS. SCHULTE, JEWELER
PRECAST CONCRETE 2II NORTH MAIN ST.
I36 NORTH MAIN ST. ' EDWARDSVILLE, ILL.
FREDMAN BROS, COMPLIMENTS OF
III MAIN . PHONE 4oo SCHMIDT TIN SHOP
SHEET METAL ' HEATING
Phone: Shop 467 - Residenqe I246W
239 NORTH MAIN ST.
4I5 NORTH KANSAS STREET
E. H. SCHMIDT
HUNT MOTOR CO.
CHRYSLER cl PLYMOUTH
an H O T Z
soo N. MAIN ST. PHONE 723
-.-.-.i--- L U M B E R
MAIN .AND VANDALIA STREETS
Good Luck Always COMPI-IME-NTS
To the Graduates of '49
Miss EuIaIia HoI'z
County Clerk 254 N. MAIN STREET
HOME NURSERY AND
ERNEST TOSOVSKY, Propriefor
CUT FLOWERS ' TREES ' PLANTS ' SHRUBS
MEMBERS OF F. T. D. 0 PHONE 706-R AND I790
Sfores a+ Graniie Cify, Collinsville, Wood River and SI'aun+on
TO SERVE YOU
"SAY IT WITH FLOWERS"
Confinued from Page 67
oul' in Ihe game. George Melcalf was Ihe high
poin'I man for Ihe Tigers wi'Ih I2 poinIs. The Tiger
"B" Ieam won 5I-30.
TIGERS 43: EAST ST. LOUIS 37
The game was a 'Ihriller all Ihe way, wi'Ih Ihe
Tigers lea-ding Ihe game aI Ihe Iirs'I, and Ihe Flyers
coming up in Ihe end of Ihe firsl' quarIer. The half
ended wi'Ih Ihe local boys leading by Iwo poinl's.
In Ihe final quar+er Ihe locals scored eleven Io six.
WiIh a one poinI margin Enloe was fouled when
aIIempIing a shoI, and he made good. Heinemeier
was Ihe only man 'Io foul ou'I of Ihe game. 'Our
Ieam used a new ouI-of-bounds play Ialxing 'Ihe en-
Iire Easf Side Ieam ouI of posiIion a.nd scored. The
Bengal reserves IosI 43-34.
TIGERS 33: COLLINSVILLE 43
The Kahoks broke away Io an early lead, leaving
us Irailing by nine poinIs a'I Ihe end of 'Ihe ini'Iial
period. AI Ihe second quarIer we came back wiIh
I5 poinIs, holding Ihe opponenIs Io o.nIy 'five poinl's
and leading a'I Ihe half by one point The Kaholzs
look off Ihe second half, near Ihe end of Ihe game.
Jack BuIIer led Ihe second Ieam Io vic'Iory wi+h I4
poinIs. The final score was 46-44.
TIGERS 49: WOOD RIVER 46
The local quin+e'I led Ihe Oilers wiIh a sIigh'I mar-
gin all 'Ihrough Ihe game, Ihe opponenis coming
wifhin one poinI 'Iwice during Ihe game. We ma-de
I5 ouI of 20 free Ihrows, probably 'Ihe besI record
of our season. We again used 'Ihe oul'-of-bounds
play which Iefl' Ihe Oilers guarding Ihe wrong goal,
and walked in for Iwo poin'Is. The opposing 'Ieam
began Io foul ou+ when we held 'Ihe ball wi'Ih a 'Ihree
poinl' lead near Ihe end of Ihe game. They fouled
for possession of Ihe ball and we I:ep'I Ialcing if ouI.
MeIcalI was high poinl' man wi'Ih 22 poin'Is. The re-
serves Ios'I Iheir game 55-53.
TIGERS 383 DUPO 35
The locals wound up lhe season wi'Ih Ihirfeen vic-
'Iories and nine -defeafs. A'I Ihe beginning of 'Ihe
game Ihe Bengals Irailed and were losing by Ihree
poinlis a'I Ihe end' of 'Ihe firsl' quarIer. Our Ieam
narrowed Ihe margin Io 'Iwo poinIs a'I 'Ihe half, and
ai' Ihe end of Ihe Ihird period i'I wa 33 all. We
finished 'Ihe game holding Ihe Dupo Ieam Io 'Iwo
poinIs, while we Ioolc five. We IosI according 'Io
field goals, bu'I our 'Iree 'Ihrows brough'I us 'Ihrough.
Warning was high poinI man wiIh 9 poin'Is. Ifhe
reserve squad won Iheir game 40-35.
During Ihe firsI half of our game wi'Ih Madison,
we had only a Ihree-poinl' lead. In 'Ihe second' half
we began 'Io click wiIh 37 poin'Is 'Io Iheir I6, and
won Ihe game easily. Ray Heinemeier was Ihe
high poi.nI man wifh II poin'Is. Collinsville won
Iheir game over 'Ihe AI'Ion Redbirds, 59-32. Nor-
man Schaulaf carried Ihe Kaholrs Io an easy viclory
wiIh 28 poinIs.
The Tigers were defeafed by ColIi.nsviIIe in 'Ihe
semi-finals of 'Ihe Iournamenf, by Ihe final score of
52 Io 38. The firs'I quarIer Ihe score was fairly
even, wiIh Ihe Kaholcs leading by Ihree poinIs. AI
Ihe half Ihe Collinsville boys had a II poinI lead,
and going in'Io 'Ihe Iourlh period Ihey lead us by I8
poinls. In Ihe las+ quar'Ier we go'I I0 poinIs Io
Iheir I6. MeIcaIf played one of his finesl' games of
Ihe season, leading our Ieam wiIh I4 poin'Is.
SchauIa+ was high poin'I' man for Collinsville wi'Ih
25 poinIs. We had a .226 average on field goals
and a .777 on free Ihrows.
Firsf Team - George Me'IcaIf
Second Team - Ray Heinemeier, Roy Warning
DALLAS T. H RRELL
CHICKEN AND STEAK DINNERS
ESTHER RULE, PROP.
One mile soulh of Edwardsville
TIGER AD STAFF
Rose Marie Rupp
Jean Flavin Kenneflw Hanser
Chas. Tosovslcy Joan Harrison
BOB'S BAND BOX
CLEANERS AND LAUNDERERS
No Shrinking 0 No Fading 0 No Odor
A Laundry and Dry Cleaning Service
To Fi? Everyone's Purpose
YOUR APPEARANCE IS OUR BUSINESS
II2-I I4 S. Main Sl. 0 Edwardsville, III.
Phone 482 - Residence I308
IRVEN L. BAGBY
CONSUMERS COAL CO.
MOUNT OLIVE and S.AHARA COALS
A. J. MATEYKA
FARM MACHINERY e REFRIGERATION
es - JOHN DEERE TRACTORS - Service ',',1Q:fQ:I
John Deere Qualify Farm Equipmenf
206 wen High s+. - Edwardsville, in. Repairs - Welding
TAKE TIIVIE - TO START
ge 5,3 A SAVINGS ACCOUNT
4 A growing savings accoun+ provides pro+ec+ion and a
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TIII I X 55,0 . Q and I'he added benefifs of regular semi-annual
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EDWARDSVILLE SAVINGS and LOAN ASSOCIATION
I40 Norfh Main Sfreei'
DR. WAYNE B. COX
EXTENDS HEARTY CONGRATULATIONS
THE CLASS OF
RADIO AND TELEVISION
SALES AND SERVICE
I23 W. VANDALIA
FOR THE BEST DO-NUTS
THE DO-NUT SHOP
30I N. MAIN ST.
Jones Bros. Shoe Shop
225 NORTH MAIN STREET
TIRE AND BATTERY CO.
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I BATTERIES . ACCESSORIES
E A DEI-ICA-I-E VULCANIZING AND RECAPPING
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200 S. BUCHANAN
PHONE II2I I
SUBSCRIPTIONS TO ALL MAGAZINES
PUBLISHED - ALL ST. LOUIS PAPERS
BIG BOYS' SUPPLY CO.
l07 PURCELL ST. PH. l234
Desmond Mfg. Co.
3I8 ST. LOUIS ST.
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CASSENS AND SONS, INC
121 HILLSBORO AVE.
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PAPER AND PAINT CO.
I38 N. M.AIN ST.
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NORTH END SERVICE
MOBILGAS 0 MOBILOIL
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DINNERS AND PLATE LUNCHES
JOHNSON SEA Honse OUTBOARD S-ANDWICHES
none N. MAIN - EDWARDSVILLE BEN ANP J'M
Following is fhe s+aff of fhe I948-I949 Tiger Tim es:
. BGTHMAN SL SGNS
I We SERVICE ALL MAKES OF CARS
. 306 w. vandalia sf. Phone 601 l
The Twenfy-seven members of rhe Creaiive Wriring Class were kepi busy all year puH'ing our 'lhe
Tiger Times, fhe s+u'den'l' voice of E. H. S.
This bi-weekly publicarion confains news of curre nl' evenfs, sporfs, ediforials, fealures, and humor. H'
arouses in+eres'I' in dances, plays, and alhleiic conresfs by giving valuable informalion aboui' lhem. lf also
gives da+a on available scholarships. '
The feaiure pages confain inferviews wifh sfuden fs, humorous happenings, fashion news, columns, and
miscellaneous feafure arficles.
The sporfs pages confain play by play descripfio ns of games, inlerviews wi1'h leffermen, sporfs gossip,
previews of games, and conference sfandings.
This class affords an' opporfuniiy for seniors 'lo Ie arn how fo recognize +heir iournalisiic abilily and pu'l'
if fo use.
Wi+h Miss Halscher, fhe sponsor, in 'rhe lead and lhe co-operalion of rhe facul+y, +he Tiger: Times sfaff
has kepf up +he fra-di+ion of a good newsy school publi ca'I'ion.
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Pauline Meyer ......
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71' IVI eshaped by the youth of the country.
The magnitude of the job in the years
ahead will require sound character and Well
trained minds as never before in the nation's his-
tory. ' ' Your successful completion of
your high school course gives. you the firm foun-
.. dation you are sure to need for the civic and nat-
ional duties that lie ahead of you.
Congratulations, Graduates . . . .
and sincere wishes for continued
achievement in the years to come!
The Bank of Edwardsville
8I YEARS OF CONTINUOUS SERVICE
Member Federal Reserve System and
Federal Deposi+ Insurance Corporation
IN LADIES COMPLIMENTS OF
JUNIORS B 81 K AUTO SERVICE
OUR ECON ST. - PHONE 425
SPECIALITY 202 S D
WRCCKED WORK AND
REPAERS ON ALL MAKES
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Io4 N. MAIN AGENCY
EDWARDSVME EVERY FORM OF INSURANCE
BANK OF EDWARDSVILLE
MOTOR SERVICE Co.
I320 TROY ROAD ILLINOIS
LET US HELP YOU FINANCE YOUR HOME
DIRECT REDUCTION LOAN PLAN
CLOVER LEAF - HOME
BUILDING s. LOAN ASSOCIATION
148 N. MAIN STREET
PHONES 122 and 848
OSCAR W. SCHMIDT
REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE
305 NORTH MAIN ST. o EDWARDSVILLE ILL
ESTABLISHED IN I929
EVERY KIND OF INSURANCE PROTECTION
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PHQNE 471 Owner and Operafor
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Ai i s 35219 N' "CONGRATULATIONS, TIGER!"
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' TO THE CLASS OF 1949
I HERFF-JONES IS PROUD TO HAVE BEEN CHOSEN TO MANUFACTURE
I YOUR CLASS RINGS AND ANNOUNCEMENTS
' HERFF-I ONES CO.
OFFICIAL JEWELERS AND STATIONERS TO E. H S
I REPRESENTED BY SINCE l928
I R. L. JACOBS JACKSONVILLE, ILL.
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century European story. He possessed an old hat which
carried him wherever he pleased and an inexhaustible
LIFE in the 20th century is not that simple -- it is
highly competitive and there is no device, other than in-
dustry and thrift, by which one can succeed.
YOUR OPPORTUNITY lies in the fact that you
live in a Country which offers the greatest possibilities for
USED TO ADVANTAGE, our opportunities pro-
vide the magic for our success, limited only by our deter-
mination to make the best use of them.
CHOOSING YOUR CONTACTS is important.
You have the opportunity 'to associate yourself with the
leading bank in your community. By starting a bank ac-
count you can cultivate the habit of thrift, increase your
self-confidence and enhance your prestige.
For reference, business information and experienced
counsel, you will find us very helpful, and you will be
proud to say "You may inquire at Edwardsville Na-
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STEAK, CHICKEN, SPAGHETTI,
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