Edwardsville High School - Tiger Yearbook (Edwardsville, IL)

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X, I I ' ir In - I 1 ' .sv',f J: fe ffff f'f"c'J .2 , 3, A V lAY'9.4.."is ,W . ,LQ ixvlluluk i . ff' ff' ce jf ,jawn fag, j, lf.4r'm"1.-'IVV VV' J If U Wi Jf4.,,r.,,45f1---f 5' M '1' ,A .l if ,zbvag ,fv,1Au nl Student life at E. H. S. is made more enjoyable by the well-balanced program of regular and extra- curricular activities of the school. 5 i 4, , v l . i V yr QQ, Ar mth IN ' ' R! . 'X Y n ,' 'J r 'i , l P I If' z l ' , : . l' , 5 " P ' o. l Q i, r 1 L P , w , H 1 c ,J ' q l ' li' i 'll 5 xf ' 5 . li li if ' Q4 . s 1 A : 'fx 8' Y, I 5' t N ' -' ... K f . I . - 1 4 Q . Pj H,' X t x I , .Q i, . , 4 A 'C Ks Q 4 rg ,r xl I I L, '.. ll '11 xx 1 ' fl i '7 i ' --gi t ' i' . il- , - I. 1 I R P 1 g ix ,if , my 4 Y s xl' gl' l O . A if N11 l it' 'A UJV gl K' S N e Progressive in the minds of its administrators Under the able guidance ot the 'forty-one members ot the administration ot E. H. S., educational progress in Edwardsville High School has kept pace with the ever- changing systems and standards ot education ot these times. To the administration goes credit tor the smooth running ot our school system and tor the quality ot our education, tor the patience to teach us and tor the bene- fits we have received. The well rounded program of student life -- its scholastic, to the impossible were it not for the guidance, the work, and the 6 m 5 NMMA. extracurricular, and social actifvities -- would have been next cooperation given to the students by the faculty ancl school officials 7 fmt Top row, left to right: Mr. E. J. Ballweg, Mr. Lester Brockmeier, Dr. Wayne B. Cox. Bottom row, left to right: Mr. Clyde Fruit, Mr. Harry Hanser, Mr. Clyde Hartung, and Mr. Albert Cassens 4 Board of Education + At the head ot the Edwardsville Public School system there is a Board ot Education composed ot seven non-paid citizens elect- ed by popular vote. A- YY . This board has done a splendid iob in maintaining the high standards ot our school and in keeping it abreast ot the changing trends in education. We wish to thank them sincerely tor it. Superintendent MR. E. L. ALEXANDER Mr. Alexan'der's broad smile and genial personality are well lcnown not only among the students ot E. l-l. S., but among all the citizens ot Edwards- ville. Although he is very busy with his other duties throughout the school system. he is always interested and concerned about the activities ot the students here at our school. The way in which he has handled all ot our problems has won the contidence ot all. Principal MR. GEORGE E. BROCK Mr. Brock, enTering EHS The same year as This yearls Senior Class, soon became well acquainTed wiTh The policies here and has roved himselT To loe a very cap- p - able leader. l-le is generous, un- . . . . H dersTancling, and 1mparTial in a his decisions. We can Truly say he maniTesTs a keen inTeresT in and clevoTes his Time Treely To Those who come wirhin his reach. f714vff4'1fc.,-1,2- - 'U-' S-QQEQ ETJZL 'aio-fc.. eu, A 4520. 5,2 ' Office Secretaries MRS. COLETA ZIMMERMAN MISS ELDEN MAE WILI-lELM Mrs. Zimmerman and Miss Wil- helm are The Two people whose eTTiciency in The oTTice helps keep The school running smooThly. liiiilhx 1 Nellie Alexander B.S. M , , . S. Arthur Apprill, B.S., A. M. Donald W. Atkinson, B. A. Mathematics Social Studies Science George S. Briggs, B.S. Alice Crocker, A.B., M.A. Grace Cunningham, B.S., M.A Vocal Music English ' Foreign Languages Dean of Boys MR. WARREN E. l'lARRlS Mr. Harris, the new Dean ot Boys at EHS. this year, is well liked by everyone, Along with his duties as Dean ot Boys. he is also the instructor ot the drivers' training Classes. Al- though he has been here tor only a short time, h ' i e has gained the respect ot all ot us. l f ' 0.5 ff VVQKV ' Cleaon Etzkorn, B. Mus. Carla L. Gewe, A.B., M.A. A. M. Gibson, B.S., M.S. Esther Goeddel, B.S., M.A Instrumental Music Foreign Languages Science History Mildred Halbruegge, B.S. Lorraine Hatscher, B.S., M.A. Ella Helm, B.S., M.A. Joan Hunter, B. Ed., M.S. Physical Education English Mathematics Science l-lere we have before your eyes. The very finest of gals and guys. l-lere is the faculty of E.l-l.S. The tops of any teachers yet. Day in, day out, they do their worlc With many a trial, lout never a shirlc. From month to month and year to year They guide us kids on the path that's clear. an ,K z l 4, ,4 4 tid-P X y i W s Pts i A, 4 .X J. f E A "" 5 g .. ,f ff- Q Richard K. Hutton, B.S. in Ed. Betty Guller Lange, B. Music A. E. Little, A.B., M.S Physical Education Commerce Commerce Joe E. Lucco, A.B., M.A. Elisabeth Nliller, B.S., in Ed., J. D. Miller, B.S. in Ed Social Science M.A. Shop Athletic Director Mechanical Drawing ,lm Dean of Girls lvllSS ELSIE SLOAN Among the other members ot our taculty is Miss Sloan, Dean ot Girls. This iob keeps her very busy but she manages to do it et- ticiently ancl with great ease. Besides being Dean. she also teaches several English classes ancl is the sponsor ot the Senior l-li Tri. Lucy Parkey, B.S., M.S. Rose Sands, A.B., M.A. Chester Seibert, B.S. Aletha Srniser, BS Home Making ' English Agriculture Frances Tuxhorn, B.S., M.S. Mae Voigt, B.S. in Ed. Isabel Wood, A.B., Home Making Art English . . ,. ,1f"'L7?f .. Vrirw l'- -1' They pal our heads and call our wrongs: They endure our capers all day long. They're a busy lol we will concede: They're lrue io iheir posl in word and deed. --Q4E So here's a loud and lusly cheer Especially for The leacher's ear . . "You're really s-well, super, grand, You're one in a million across lhe land!" Commerce Ruth Zahn, A.B Librarian if? Q75 Memorable in the minds of its students Classes -that vital part ot school through which we gain the experience ,the poise, the contidence we need in later lite have not loeen as bad as we thought. As Seniors, many ot us wish we had it to do over again. Our tour years in E. l-l. S. have been enioyable ones. They have loeen years mixed with work and play ---- sometimes struggling, sometimes coasting along. To those -who remain to enioy another year or so at our alma mater we wish much success. To the taculty we extend our thanlcs tor all they have done to make the past tour years pleasant ones. THE CLASS OF I95O On these next pages we see our classmates . . . who have made our 14 4 ....Y YY -W udent life here at E. H. S. richer, more memorable, more enjoyable 15 A ,, Q. ,ws Senior Class Oyiicers Left to R ight: Carl Nlick, Treasurerg Richard Arbuckle, Secretaryg Jack Enloe, Presidentg Q 5 kr Senior Class Four shorT years ago, in I946 To be exacT, abouT one hundred and TiTTy young hopefuls enTered The porTals oT E. l-l. S. Working up Through The ranks, we have Tinally reached The very Top. Being Told we had To begin as Freshmen, we Took The driver's seaT righrl away, leading in many school acTiviTies. Members oT our class were To be seen in many oT The assemblies. Our Sophomore year proved, also, To be a greaT success. By The Time our Junior year rolled around we had become well known by all and marked as one OT The greaTesT classes ever To enTer E. l'l. S. The Junior-Senior Prom along wiTh The Junior class play proved successTul. We excelled in TooTbalI, baskeT- ball, baseball, Track, Tennis, and The many inTramural acTiviTies in which we had parTici- paTed. Our Senior year was made ouTsTanding wiTh The help oT The homecoming parade. TooTball prom, Senior play, and The opereTTa. ATTer Tour years oT improving our minds, we Tind ourselves on The Threshold oT graduaTion. Knowing we have enTerecl and succeeded in all acTiviTies we had access To, we leave This greaT insTiTuTe oT learn- ing To enTer a world of opporTuniTy. Bill Hagemeyer, Vice-President SHIRLEY ABERT MARY ALJETS RICHARD ARBUCKLE JAMES ARNOLD JOYCE ARTH "Quiet and unassurn- "Fm from Dorsey, "A quiet man, but H. S.'s No, 1 "Nice, happy, and ingf' the garden spot of quite a man? clown? gay is she, ful of America." fun and jo'lity." 4 Senior Class 4 YVONNE BALDRIDGE "Full of dash, sparkle, and go, she's different from the rest, you know." VINCENT BECK "Serious of mind, but warm of heart." RUTH BEKEMEYER "A laugh is worth a hundred groans." LESTER BERLEMANN "I arn the great Arnericanf' INA RAE BLATNICK "I could make good grades if I wanted to." BARBARA BOLLMAN "I really do get around." MARILYN BREVE "Lighthearted and content." ROLAND BRUMITT "Secure in the hearts of many friends? EVELYN BRUNNWORTH "She did nothing in partic- ular, but did it well." VERNA BUEHLER "I hail from Alhambra." PATRICIA BURGER "Short and snappy? ROBERT CHANDLER "When there's nothing to do, let me do it." I7 RAYMOND CLAWSON BOB CLIFTON FERN CRUTHIS DONALD DANNENBERG ALICE DAVIS "Move over Iturbi- "I like bright colors "Full of gentle kind "This world moves A good girl wh here I come." for cars - orange, ness." too slow for me." uttercth little for instance." ' Senior Class f BETTY E. DAVIS "Pm always busy." MARY LOU DEPEW "It's the tranqui' people who accomplish much." RONALD DOEBLIN "Ever obliging and court- eous." BILLY DURHAM "Small, but a friend of all." RITA EADS "I can speak French in three different languages." DAN EILERS "Give me someone to argue with." JACK ENLOE "I never give up." ROMAN ERSPAMER "To all obliging, yet reserved to all." BETTY LOU FAGAN "She never has a worry or a sorrowg whatis not done to- day can wait until tomorrow." BILLY FIEGENBAUM "His high school record closed without a stain? JEAN FIESLER "She's as fair as any and of friends she has many." SUSANNE FIGY "Of all girls, she is most studiousf' 18 is Ziw' EMM. X A Z lm'-W4 wswsfff,iW Q is 2... 'Q p I hiv:-v ffl' I PATTY JO FLAG-6 CORWIN FLAVIN HENRY FREDRICKSON MARY LOU FRISBY PETE GEMOULES "I like to talk fast "Don't look at me "School is a grand "Her talking speed "The master mind because I can say girlsg Fm bashfulf' racketg tennis, that is 460 W. P. M." behind our public more." is." address system." ' Senior Class I 4 DARLENE GERDEN "She'il be winning loving cups in dancing." EDWARD GILLHAM "When do we eat?" MARILYN GUSEWELLE "I pilot a new Chevy, boys." WILLIAM HAASE "He has a mind of his own." BILL HAGEMEYER "Marks, not girls, have been my aim." MARIE HANS "Her faults are few and far between." BEATRICE HANVEY "Monday morning comes too soon after Sunday night." DONALD HEUER "Nothing ever bothers me." ROBERT HILL "Lux to him is a show, not soap." SUE HOSIER "I'll grow up yet," NORMAN HOWELLS "My name isnyt 'Howellsi for nothing." HAROLD HUNT "All the world loves a quiet boyf' 19 CLYDE JACOBS THERESA JAROS JOSEPH JELLEN LAWRENCE KACER "I am the great "A different laugh "He says what he "Glen Crossing,s Ro- American problem." for every joke." thinks and gets meof' 4 CHARLES KESSEL "He is the mildest mannered man." LOREN KESSMAN "He,s really not as quiet as he seems." SHIRLEY KING "Quiet people accomplish lots." EUNICE KNOCHE "Interesting and, agreeable." DELORES KOENIG "A good pal to everyone." JAMES KOVARIK "I don't know everything, but I know pretty much? MARY KREUTZBERG "A conservative conversa- tiona ist." JUDITH KRIEGE "She needs no eulogyg she speaks for herself." ROSE MARIE KYRO "Nothing is achieved without enthusiasm." LESLIE LANCE "I am ready, willing, and able when it comes to foot- ball." LEROY LANGENDORF "Have you seen any stray girls?" LEROY LEITNER "Oh, for a study hall to sleep in." 20 away with it." Senior Class eww? 'W gWWaEQ ytwfgda- ,smfssi A ff rise. fi 3 - . 2625-3.2-,Ti?13, -' si LOIS KENNECKE "Did you ever try to tel her a joke? Don't waste your time? Q. S' iii' ' .ag ' I ' -559522 ' - Sf':I..f"ii" i 2- ' I2 , GEORGE LEXOW DOROTHY LONG JANE LONG "When do you want "A good nature is "Her friends are me to get my more than money." manyf' truck?" MARILYN MAYER you bought "Dark hair, shiny copy of the 'I' eyes, merry humor, sheis a prize." A 'Y Senior Class ' 5 4 'YK Y it N-is , s SN It Ye x Q. I, in X 5' EI' gum Q SYLVIA McDONOUGH :'Just plain 'Babeii' FRANK MELLENTHIN "A good-naturcd c o u n l r y chapf, ROSEMARY MERKEL f'Laughter makes the world go 'roundf' GEORGE METCALF "It's a great life, if you don'r weaken." ALICE MEYER "A future homemaker." EVELYN MEYER "A quiet, unassuming girl." CARL MICK "Bouncing along in a rolling car with a gang of kids, but I can't go far? CHARLES MOEHLE "Tall and erect, but bending from his height." BILL MORGAN "Life begins when you're in love." JOAN DEE NEKOLA "She'd laugh at the wagging of a straw." CARYL NEUHAUS "With my wondrous words I would move the worldf' LILLIAN NICOLUSSI "A good girl who uttereth little." 21 HARRY OLIVE EMIL PAUL HELEN PETERS ROSE MARIE PONETA EVELYN POYDACK "Pimento or other- "These F. F. A. boys "Staccato beat of "Always a pleasant She wouldnt hurt wise." really have a time." typewriter keys is word for everyone a fly 4 DOROTHY PROTT "Serious, sweet, and smiling smartnessf' BETTY JANE PUNCHER "Quiet, but sweet as sugar." LEROY RENKEN "I wonder if he is as shy as all that." MARIAN RETHMEIER "Si'ence is golden-I'm tar- nishedf' DON RICHTER "They say I resemble Van Johnsonf' RICHARD RIDGEWAY "To flunk is human, to pass divine." NELSON ROBERTS "A little man with big thoughts? JEANETTE SCHAEFER "Dancing is my pastime." IRENE SCHLEMER "I, like Jeanette, like danc- ing also? DELORES SCHMIDT "Not only good, but good for somethingf' ARLENE SCHOENLEBER "Let me be what I amy seek not to alter me." CHARLES SCHROEDER "No wonder the girls like meg I take such wonderful care of my hair." 22 music to her ears." Senior Class at . Q .,,. . ...ist ' is 'Y Nw R Nif rig X, W s ,g X be 2 ss . iw- at ' New N S 2. 1 xl uv .sf ,fi-N . .,.. ,Z MSN . Q Vw at xt it 2: lg Riff www 3 ,e .1 Q Q. REDERICK SCHWAGER AGNES JO SCHWEHR IRIS SMITH RUDOLPH SPANHOLTZ A man about "A good egg, sunny "In books you find "Why is this. thus? Jwnf' side up? all the companion- And what is the ship of a goo cl meaning of this friend." thusness?" 4' Senior Class ,ww-R, r Ma. '-:wwmg I 9, we . V .gggfz ELIZABETH SPENCER "Always out for a good time." 4 ALYNE STEINMAN "All blondes are not light headedf' CARL STEINMAN "Content to live but not to work." DONALD STOECKLIN "Someday you'll realize what a great man I amf' SARAH LEE STRADER "SheIs very quiet, yet some- times gay." ROMAN SVOBODA "I may look like a ladies' man, but Fm not? EDNA TALLEUR "I am the future Home Economics teacher." VIN TRAMPE . Apprill and I are just that." JOHN TRARES "Men are so surprising." JOHN TREBING "Truly a good guy." FRED TWENTE "May his shadow never grow less." KENNETH UKENA "Let's not burden ourselves heavi'y with knowledge." CHARLES VERMILLION "Sigh no more ladies, sigh no more." 23 X X 5 I s,I XIX X X 'X SYLVIA VOGEL "A smile, a flash- she is gone." 4 MILDRED WEIDNER "A quiet lass, in o school." RAYMOND WHEAT "Nary an enemy." ROBERT WHEAT "Men like me are find." EARL WHITED " 'Tis better to wear to rust out." NINA WHITTENBERG r out of hard to out than "Wit, brains, and abi'ity are a marvelous combination." SHIRLEY WIBBIN6 "Music is her strong point? JANICE WILLMORE H99 44!!100 per cen DORIS WOOD "I want what I wa I want it." DARLENE YEHLING t pure? nt when "Good nature and good must ever join." HENRY ZOELZER "He is backward in coming forwardf' 24 p q X ' v gQ,,2l4I.s,3?ij. I -. ' z...r.?,. .. 'f1f.:.g,5f W A ,L ,-AQ A -. ., ,..: ,,., ,,,. V V H , " .... .... . H: r" If 'B .of , I fa . I ' A if A :Q -7' ,. Y I ,.,,i,, . ' V N A -I .. ' --" W g, G IE In if I. I .s ...T -I "" 2 sv. fi f "4 " 5 '- li V" , A Q f. :2:j'.5E.:.:: 3 Q Z , .. A . I tt I If fs eff I md M .I :f 1f,:.z' . v s 'gwiy ,A,., I 4 J MIL UVZM. BEVERLY VOLLINTINE "Boy, have I got a line that gets them."' SAMUEL VON BROCK "Between diddling on my horn and doodling on my paper, I don't know which I like best." Senior Class sis-I CORINNE WAGNER VIRGINIA WAYNE 'fSuccess comes in Music is one of the cans, failures in loves of my life canttsft gi ,f - : .-: , I -if: 4 ,-pam-avg., 5 WW? it . , .. .. . gj,f gi wp ' fs asa' fggv 2 1 Q sim Senior Class Will Shirley Aberf, leave my quief voice fo Glenda Weber. Mary Aliefs, leave my heighf fo Helen Koenig. i i Rich" Arbuckle, leave my pofenfial personalify fo someone who needs if. "Punkin" Arnold, leave Mrs. Crocker wifh a few more gray hairs. "Joy" Arfh, leave fo spread "Joy" in fhe world. "Vonnie" Baldridge, leave my clear complexion fo some freckled-faced freshman. "Vince" Beck. leave fo make friends and influence people. in Becky" Bekemeyer, leave having proved Jrhaf all preachers' daughfers are nof angels. "Les" Berlemann, leave 'rhe l-li-Y wifhoul' Hs brillianf presidenf. lna Blafnick, leave fhe ldlewood wifhouf a sfeady cus- fomer. "Barb" Bollman, leave for Norfhwesfern. Marilyn Breve, leave fo become fhe Terror of The highways. "Bird" Brummif, leave my "Bird" 'cause l donlf know whaf 'lo do wifh if. "Ev" Brunnworfh, leave my giggles fo Mrs. Lange. Verna Buehler, leave my blush fo some pale underclass- man. "Paf" Burger, leave my shorfness fo JoAnn Cassens. "Bob" Chandler, leave 'ro beffer fhe Boy Scoufs. Ray" Clawson, leave wifhouf fhe slighfesf idea of whaf will become of me. "Bob" Cliffon. leave. Brofher, how l leavel Fern Crufhis, leave in fime fo cafch The bus for Sorenfo. "Don" Dannenberg, leave fo "soup up" my car. "Bob" David, leave fo help Charles Aflas in his old age. Alice Davis, leave my Spanish abilify fo Bill Sass. Beffy Davis, leave fo become chief felephone operafor. Mary Lou DePew, leave, having proved fhaf fypewrifer keys can fly. "Ronnie" Doeblin, leave my quief and unassuming ways fo my sisfer, Donna. "Billy" Durham, leave my small sfafure fo Jim Barfon. "Reefs" Eads, leave fo fake care of my bridge. "Danny" Eilers, leave my speaking falenfs fo Frank McBride. "Samme" Fnloe, leave fhe "cards" of fhe baskefball squad wifhouf a ioker. Roman Erspamer, leave fhe faculfy in despair. "Belou" Fagan, leave my boisferous manner fo Mar- garef Lewis. "Bill" Fiegenloaum, leave my crew cuf fo Bobby Zoel- zer. "Jeanie" Fiesler, leave my blond hair fo Mary Ann Kohlburn. Susanne Figy, leave, smarf and quief. "Paffy" Flagg, leave Norman fo carry fhe "Flagg" alone. Corwin Flavin, leave my guief composure fo Darell Arfh. "Louie" Frederickson, leave my well-worn fennis rackef fo Don Lexow. "Lou" Frisby, leave my crown fo nexf year's queen. i 1 Pe're" Gemoules, leave Jerry Senn fo foul up lhe sound sysfem. "Eddie" Gillham leave for lhe V. F. VV. Marilyn Gusewelle, leave fo become a farmers wife. "Bill" l'laase, leave fo fake up my dufies af fhe lnfelli- gencer. "Bill" l-lagemeyer, leave, 'rhe crooner of E. Fl. S. Marie l-lans, leave F. l'l. A. wifhouf a capable presi- denf. "Beef" Flanvey, leave fo puf my hair up: if's sfraighf. "Don" l-leuer, leave my accordian fo l'Gus" Efzkorn. "Bob" l-lill, leave my guief ways fo Alvin Meikamp. Sue l-losier, leave, having learned my lesson. Norman Howells, leave fo purchase a dog's license or a haircuf. l-larold l-lunf, leave, buf Dad will sfill be here. "Jake" Jacobs, leave in my yellow wheeled chariol. Theresa Jaros, leave all my boy friends fo Miss Sloan. "Joe" Jellen, leave, nof knowing why l came. Lawrence Kacer, leave my way wifh women fo Don Sofl. Lois Kennecke, leave fo gef places on fime. Senior Class Will---Continued I, Charles Kessel, leave, never having been laTe To school. I, Loren Kessman, leave Eorresf I-lodge To The mercy of Mr. Apprill. I, Shirley King, leave as "King", nof queen. I, Eunice Knoche, leave wifh as graceful a manner as I had when I came. I, "Dee" Koenig, leave wiTh my friends. I, "Jim" Kovarik, leave in my Truck. I, Mary Kreufzburg, leave The headaches of I-Ii Tri To an underclassman. I, "Judy" Kriege, leave for a sanaforium affer helping geT This Tiger ouT. I I I Rosiel' Kyro, leave my charming manner To some de- serving "Ereshie." I I I I, Les" Lance, leave The foofball Team wifhouf a guard. , Trigger" Langendorf, leave To go places and do Things. I.. , Jeep" Leifner, leave To caTch up on my sleep. I, George Lexow, leave wifh John and Lesfer. I Dorofhy Long, leave affer iusT geTTing used To The place. I, Jane Long, leave, "Long" To be remembered. I, "Maggie" Magee, leave a wad of chewed gum To Miss I-lelm. I, "Sam" Mayer, leave my cufe nose To posferify. I "Babe" McDonough, leave my posifion as office girl To some ambiTious Junior. I, Erank Mellenfhin, leave wifh my booTs on. I, Rosemary Merkel, leave my line To fuTure fishermen. I, George Mefcalf, leave E. l'l. S. wiThouT one of ifs besf afhlefes. I, Alice Meyer, leave To become a nurse. I, Evelyn Meyer, leave my quief disposifion To Emogene Schmidf. I, "Mike" Mick, leave my dancing abilify To ofher boys of E. l'l. S. I, "Charlie" Moehle, leave my gaif To anyone who needs IT. I, "Bill" Morgan, leave To become an imporfanf person- age in The Theafrical business. I, Joan Dee Nekola, leave my curly hair To some less for- Tunafe girl. I, Caryl Neuhaus, leave a "Caryl" To The fufure choir of E. I-I. S. 26 "Lil" Nicolussi, leave, Taller Than when I came, buf sfill shorT. I-larry Olive, leave To puf Marine on The map. Emil Paul, leave, on my own Two feeT. I-Ielen Pefers, leff as Mrs. Roberfson. Rosie" Ponefa, leave To confinue my search for The Tall, dark, and handsome. "Evie" Poydack, leave To become an efficienf secrefary. "DOT" ProTT, leave as quiefly as I came. BeTTy" Puncher, leave iusf as I came, good. Leroy Renken, leave on Roufe 66 for home. "Vickey" Refhmeier, leave for a heavy daTe. "Don" Richfer, leave my flaming hair To Iighf The way. Rich" Ridgeway, leave To confinue my work in The NaTional Guard. NeI" Roberfs, leave To find someone else To irriTaTe, besides Teachers. "Jay" Schaefer, leave, noT a blue-iay, buf a happy one. "Renie" Schlemer, leave "SchIemer" Than when I came. "SchmiTTy"SchmicIT,Ieave To become Mrs. I-larry Lewis. Mick" Schoenleber, leave To be wifh Earl more. Chuck" Schroeder, leave my brofher Roger To Take up where I leff off. Freddie" Schwager, leave my seaf in The band To Freddie Widicus. I I Aggie" Schwehr, leave, and I "Schwehr" l'll never come back again. Iris Smifh, leave, having acquired much knowledge. "Rudie" Spanholfz, leave for The I-lall of Fame. "Lizzie" Spencer, leave my younger sisfers To carry on. Alyne Sfeinman, leave my giggle To Beverly Neuhaus. Carl Sfeinman, leave for I-Iamel on my moforcycle. "Duck" Sfoecklin, leave my "ducky" ways To some goose. Sarah Sfrader, leave "STrader" Than when I came. Roman Svoboda, leave my name on sixfeen books. "Eddie" Talleur, leave my E. l'I. A. memories To a cap- able Junior. "Alvin" Trampe, leave To "Trampe" on To success. John Trares, leave my job as edifor of The Tiger Times To some unsupecfing underclassman. Senior Class Will---Continued "Sonny" Trebing, leave behind me a sTring oT swooning girls. Fred I'wenTe, leave my soda sTand To some "ierlc." Kenney" Ulcena, leave The PrarieTown bus wiThouT a wiT. I v Charlie" Vermillion, leave To -worlc "Vermillions" OT dollars. Syl" Vogel, leave To become a greaT success aT The U. oT l. Bev" VollinTine, leave my shy ways in Speech To Don SoTl. Sammy" Von Broclc, leave To TuTor EinsTein. Dolly" Wagner, leave my smile To brighTen The world. "Ginger" Wayne, leave my golden voice echoing Through The halls oT E. I-I. S. "Millie" Weidner, leave, aT lasT. -4 r 4.'f!"' I . J I I I I I I "Ray" WheaT, leave my posiTion as head manager of The baslceTball squad To "SlceeTs." "Bob" WheaT, leave my piTching abiliTy To Frank Head. "WhiTy" WhiTed, leave because The doors are Too low. Nina WhiTTenberg, leave wiTh The resT OT The "gilly birds". Shirley Wibbing, leave Tor my inTerview wiTh Phil SpiTalny. Janice Willmore, leave my sweeTness To sugar The TuT- ure years. Doris Wood, leave. Oh yes, I was here. Darlene Yehling, leave "Yehling" and cheering because l'm Tinished . I-lenry Zoelzer, leave a one-horse open sleigh Tor some- one who has Tough sledding! 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V " H i- '-'-, 1 Donna Sammy Edward Kenneth Marlene DOEBLIN DORSEY DOUGLAS DUSTMANN DUSTMANN Donna Gerald Norman Beverly Joseph IEGENBAUM FIRNHABER FLAGG FLENIING FOEHRKALB Bill Jerry Margaret James Alvin GASS GARDE GENT GEORGE GIESEKING Janice Robert Ruth Billy Carl GORDON GREENWOOD GRIFFIN GRINSTEAD HANSER Julia Donald Raymond Patricia Forrest HEBERER HELFER HESS HITTNER HODGE Charles Alice Jack Richard Marie JEREB JUSTICE KELLER KESSMAN KING 2 1 'JH K, , F Q , 3 jgif , ri QQ Q af' E ax 64 E , M ri' at ' 'TR 'W ,R 4 s in we ,we ,f 'fe ww yy an ,ia K. ' .,,., 1 Q f ra., ' N ,Rf .,.. . . , L P r ik Y 'fi N., 1 f is 'Q 4 1 Robert DUSTMANN Robert FORD Lucy GILLHAM Harris HANSER Vernon HOLTMANN William KLENKE Genevieve ENGELKE Betty GALBRAITH Consuella GOFF Frank HEAD Clifford HOPPE Doris KOENIG Junior Class In The monTh OT SepTember, in The year l947, we, The class OT I95l, one hundred and ThirTy Two sTrong, enTered The greaT porTals OT a greaT school, Ei H. S. Looking ahead, we saw Tour years which would be remembered long aTTer They had been compleTed. Now, we are The Junior class OT E. l-l. S.: Three OT Those years have passed. They have been years OT exciTemenT, Tun, and school spiriT never excelled. Our class has ranked high in The various Tields OT sporTs, music, dra- maTics, scholarship, and leadership. One OT our main achievemenTs was The Jun- ior play, "Billy". IT br'oughT ouT The greaT dramaTic TalenTs OT The class and has been one OT The very besT OT Junior plays. ATTendance and proceeds were The largesT Tor a Junior play since l945. The Junior-Senior Prom is also one OT our proiecTs. We hope To have a prom enioyed by all and decoraTions and enTerTainmenT OT The gayesT kind. lT is The biggesT Tormal parTy OT The year and we hope TO make iT The besT. NexT year, as Seniors, we hope To graduaTe wiTh honors as no OTher class OT E. l-l. S. has before. ...QL- Dorothy KOENIG William LEACH Dorothy LU DWIG Frank MCBRIDE Tom N ELSON Greta Louise ORTEN Virgil KORTE Margaret LEWIS Dorothy MARTIN Ann MILLER Wilfred NEWELL Edwin OVERBECK Beity KRUPSKI Erma Jean LIPPINCOTT Barbara Jean MARX Jane MINDRUP Vera OLIVE Raymond PEKAR James LADD Joan LONG James MAYER Bernice MORITZ Beverly ORMAN Louis PERINI W ',"v'W-'B' ,I haf' I 1 - -5 -v.: 2? .fi ., .::., A311 WLJQ gi ., 55 Q . it . is 1252 Q John Dolores Clyde Dale Glen RAFFAELLE RANEK REITER REITER RIECHMANN Ross LeRoy Lowell Charles LaVerne ROSENTHAL SANDER SCHAFER SCHOLL SCHMIDT Delores Camilla Janet D0l'0thY Clyde SIMMONS SMITH SMITH SPENCER SPITZE Mary Ann Rita Dale MBFY Jane l-0iS STOCES STRACKELJAHN STRAHAN STRICKLAND STUNKEL William Ann Oliver Elmer George WEBER WHITTINGTON WILHOLD WILLE WILLIAMS Rodney Louis Mary Margarel WOODS YENNE YOUNG Bill RILEY Nancy SCHWAGER Charlotte STEINMAN Robert SU HRE James WILLIAMS Richard ROH RKASTE Frances SETTLE Marvin STILLE Charlene WALKER Ray WOLL Class Q ficers Left to right: Don Gehrig, Presi cl - ' ent, Audrey Bardelmeier, Vice- Presidentg Joe Smoltz, Secretary- Treasurer 5 'IM W1 All' Betty A B ERT Martin BAGBY Donald BAST Ray BRUMITT Glenn BURLINGAME Richard CUNNINGHAM Esther ALJ ETS Donald BALSTER Marian BICKELL Marlene BUEHRER Jim CHISTE Donald DALHAUS Darrell Verna Mae ARTH BAESER Audrey Geraldine BARDELMEIER BARNHART Emma Clinton BRATTEN BROOKS Wayne Gloria BURGDORF BURGER Joe James CHISTE CULBERTSOI Dorothy Ann DAVIS DELICATE Q l w l J 5? 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Since ThaT day we have done noThing buT good Tor iT. ln The aThleTic Tield we're a "whiz", Xi"ou'll always see Sophomores on The baslceTball courT, TooTball Tield, or on The Track, giving all They possibly can To win Tor Their school. Our scholasTic work is really greaT Too. We can hardly waiT unTil The end oT each six weeks because Then we can go around To all oT our Teachers and collecT our Hs. You'll also Tind ThaT The chorus and band are held TogeTher by Sophomores. E. T'l. S. can righTTully be proud oT us. Keep an eye on us and waTch us go in The nexT Two years. You'll always Tincl The class oT '52 Tar ahead oT everyone else. ...QJ . 4 was 4 P i 5 K ai az 2 Y 7 ' T 5.-if 7. 6-' JXQ y .-I-4311, 5:73 " '. 1 N, 3? X . --f-v- I " Q3 fl! .Low .Mfg i ."-",' '- - .. 5 -4.". ' 1.5.:'i9:f"s .' . , ',.,., . : ima 'TE gy? 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They arrived lcnowing exacTly whaT To expecT, buT having in mind The hinTs OT helpTul upper classmen on Things such as The wonderTul Time-saver, The elevaTor, and so TorTh. Among These sTudenTs are aThleTes in many diTTerenT sporTs and a very good adioining band secTion. When sizing The whole class. you really have a big iob because They have Trom The shorTesT To The tallest and Trom The ThinnesT To The largesT. This Freshmen Class has greaT respecT Tor The Seniors and hopes ThaT iT can Tollow in Their TooTsTeps. IT also hopes ThaT Edwards- ville l-ligh School will have cause To Teel proud oT The Class oT '53. 38 , .- wfvfggwge. i 4 ga- Q., ..,.. ..,.,. A Tx 'Z 5 2 we me , we W im---' ,, Q , as 4 ,, s . .4 ' - wwf" 1 245 'i or 'Wi Joan McDONOUGH Gloria MOTL Catherine Ann NOTO Murl PERADOTTI Roger RAN EK Carlene SCHIPKOWSKI L4 .W A ,ggi T 'VM-T P 1 .., iw fa . 1 lei, - g . ..-, K A ':-- Q T rill ,gil I ..... 5 My V A Kathleen Marilyn Jean Marian MCGILVARY MERKEL MOLLER MORRISO Richard Ginger Beverly Joe MUELLER MYERS NEUHAUS NOELTNE Robert Patricia Prentiss Ronald O'BRlEN O'HALLORAN OVERBY PATTON Robert Melvin Phyllis Frand PERRY PHELPS PIERSON RADECKI Dickie Tom George Bob REID REILLY RIDGEWAY ROBINSOI Emogene Bob Frederick Arlyn SCHMIDT SCHNEIDER SCHUMACHER SCHWALE , ...., . . V .:.,,.. ,,,,,. . .. ,, ,Z V Ti- '43 , , ,J 'L - f it W W m! .:1:2 Ke ' ' fm ,:,.: 1. I I ZQ, W? is 5 M . 4 H Wim . . f me qi I EI, , . at me jfffv4i?1,2 . e 'ffv": W I 'N 'iw , I 4 5 Q It my 22, hi 15" 3 555:22 I .. .-V1.,.A .... H , .I ,. -' I ff "1'vv . . I I H T' -if J ii' , '3' af ilt ii .E I t i? ,, 'L if , rl -'- f f f. t ,4-at 5 f-.,. 'z -. 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Joe Richard Shirley Ronald Harlene .loe Frank ADALABENE VANWINKLE VARADY VOTRIAN WADLOW WALL WATSON WEBB Glenda Robert Alvin Rose Ann Nancy Alva Mae Harlan Geraldine WEBER WEIDNER WENTZ WHITESIDE WIESEMAN WILLE WILLE WILLIAMS Walter Jerold Susanne Roy Marvin Robert Marjorie WILLIAMS WILLIS WILSON WOOD YOUNG ZOELZER ZUIDEMA 39 Deep in thefhedrts of its athletes ig X , ' G ' 4 ' Athletics, hwat all-important part ot student lite and . h i ' activity, is well supported at E. l-l. S. by the student body - ' L il F .2 . . i V XM and the administration. . .X ii A iltuttinggion a better show than their record indicates, X 'x f 1' I the Tiger gridders gave us some real thrills. The baslcet- f 'V Q '- ball squad. too, tought hard tor their alma mater but ran 7 Qf x, K L ' into a bit ot bad lticlclate in the season. But win or lose f 3 We stand by ourQ'boys" -- holding our heads high with -Y , ' lthebmbin victory, shouting encouragement to them in de- w X teatf -- X ,ix ui,-Aj ' . A A 5 , . 1 . . , X1 .N -I mix -ix 3: 'VX' . l . , ,Q 1 g , gala f .' 'J ' -, xA y rl' A g NL! . 1 , ,r M vu V i J i X J! ' -Y i i N 'i ig I lx '- I ii ' A ' ill ' if xii i -' X v , XX.. J K5 K Ri i A A bi g g A X To some, is just a place to study-a brick building where theg something for which they halve given their time and efforts and ti 40 Le to work. But to its athletes it is that and something more hich they hafve given their hearts Football Coaches Coming To E. l-l. S. This year Tram Missouri Valley, in Marshall, Missouri, Coach Warren I-larris Tools over his duTies as head Tootball coach wiTh Two purposes in mind - To win Tootball games and To make his Hboysl' wanT To win TooTpall games. Boih as a coach and as a Triend he has gained The contidence and admiraTion oT all who played under him. Coach l-larris is also head Traclc coach. Coach Dick l'luTTon, who coached aT The Junior I-ligh School Tor The Two years previous To his coming To E. l'l. S., assisTed Coach l-larris in his duties. l'le proved a valuable asseT by his coaching oT The line- men and his work wiTh The Tiger "B" Team. l-le has gained The Triendship oT all whom he has meT. Coach l'luTTon is also assist- ant basl4eTball coach. F' F Football 'T F Though not showing much promise aT TirsT, The gridders sTarTed "clicking" in Their Tourth game oT The season. They losT Their TirsT Three games To MT. Olive, Gillespie, and Collinsville. BuT The Tiger "gridiron machine" goT under way againsT GraniTe CiTy in a game ThaT was a Thriller and a hearT-break er. Granite Tied The score in The closing seconds oT The game. Madison and Roxana were Then deTeaT4 ed in grand sTyle. Then came The Wood River game and another Tie. The Tigers were leading in The last Tew minuTes oT The game when The Oilers Tied iT up wiTh a very much dispuTed Touchdown. The Tigers won Their nexT game againsT STaunTon, buT lost The lasT game oT The season To AlTon. Q Back row, left to ri ht: A. Bayer, R. Ridgeway, E. Whited, R. Hess, R. Rosenthal, C. Spitze, L. Lance, J. rnold, D. Eilers C. Hoppe. , Third row: Coach H rris, R. Brooks, C. Burgess, C. Schoenleber, E. Gillham, J. Gannon,1 xi F. Widicus, R. Johns n, R. Kirk, R. Oesterle, G. Metcalf, Coach Hutton. ' ' ' Second row: Manag r Kacer, J. Foehrkalb, C. Mick, F. McBride, B. Riley, L. Perini, R. Rohrkaste, V. Beck, Manager Jellen. First row: K. Fish, . Drda, Manager M Donald, R. auer, G. Riechmann. ,., hows mo A Cheerleaders A+ The beginning ol Jrlwis school year, live girls were elecled lo be cheerleaders lor lhe loolball and baslcelball season. They have very capably led us llirough one of lhe besl seasons E. l-l. S. has known. The cheerleaders are Lucy Gill- l1am,Dorol'hy Marlin, Leola Piazza, Glenda Weber, and Ann Vifhil- linglon. SecLson's Totals Seplember I6 - Ml. Olive-O-26 L Gclober I4 - Madison-34-6 W Se-member 24 - eilleSpie-o- I 8 L gif? i Xlifg2Qf'Qifl3IXl13 T Seprember 30 - Collinsville-O-20 L November 4 - S+aun+On-35-25 W Oclober 7 - Granile Cily-6-6 T November ll - Allon-I3-7 L L 'XJ' 4 QUARY R 8 left to right: Coach Harris, R. Johnson, D. Howerton, V. Drda, J. Barton, R. B. Lanham, R. Kirk, B. DeSherlia, J. Gannon, G. Ridgeway, F. Widicus, Coach Fqfgghqqqan- Manager McDonald E. Crook, B. Leitner B. Kirk J. Rosenthal A. Meikamp , R. Oesterle, J.,Se B. Robinson, R., Muelleri J. Van Winlcle. Y S0Pl10m0Te wwf? Top row, left to right: George Metcalf - Halfback Cliff Hoppe - Fullback Earl Whited - End Albert Bayer - End Vince Beck - End Richard Rohrkaste - Tackle Second row, left to right: Edward Gillham - Tackle Frank lVlcBride - Guard Joe Foehrkalb - Center Clyde Spitze - Tackle Third row, left to right: Carl Mick - Halfback Leslie Lance - Tackle CCaptair1D Fourth row, left to right: Dan Eilers - End Louis Peririi - Halfback Karl Fish - Halfback Richard Ridgeway - Tackle Bill Riley - Guard James Arnold - End 9 I . Left to right-Roy Warning, Mike Newell, Roland Brumitt, Charles Scholl, Oliver N! Wilhold, Earl Whited, Bill Fiegenbaum, Jack Butle , B'lI r I Weber, Joe Smoltz, Jack Enloe Bob Greenwood, George Metcalf. ' Basketball ' The I949-50 baslceTball season was, in all, a good year. ExcepT Tor a Tew Tough breaks, iT could have been a greaT season. The Tigers played and de- TeaTed several ouTsTanding sTrong Teams, including Collinsville, one oT The Three sTrongesT Teams in The area. Any oT The Three Teams, Edwardsville, Wood River, or Collinsville, could have won, since They were so evenly maTched. The Tiger aTTacl4s were well balanced and The whole Team showed a greaT TighTing spiriT. Coaches lvlR. RICHARD I-TUTTON MR. JOE LUCCO The Edwardsville High School was TorTunaTe in having Coach Lucco back again Tor his sixTh con- secuTive year as basl4eTball coach. A new member To The Teaching sTaTT, Coach Richard l-luTTon, has done a very good job as assisTanT To Coach Lucco. rst row left to right-Bill Leach, Merlin Brase, Jim Barton, Eddie King, Dean Pletcher, ed Widicus Ronald Harris, Don Gehrig, Jim Koch, Bob Robinson, Ray Wheat. cond row left to right-Jim Barry, Marvin Young, Frederick Schumacher, Darl ettmer Arlyn Schwalb, Richard Ladd, Roger Ranek, Raymond Brumitt, Ray Perry, n Leach Bob Kirk, James Close. ird row left to right-Don Wilson, Ray Snodgrass, Billy Lanham, Jim Dugger, Glenn rllngame Bert De Sherlia, Loren Buhr. Reserve Team We had an eyceptionally good reserve team this season. They won the tirst 7 games betore losing 4 straight and then came back to win their last 9. The season ended with a record ot I6 wins and 4 deteats. l-lighland ..,.. Livingston ..., Wood River Belleville .,........., ......,. Granite City Hillsboro ,.,... Christm W W . L W W W. as Tourney at Pontiac Normal ............,.... ..............,.,.,..... W New Trier ..,.,. ,...,. Alton ........,.. . L W East St. Louis W Robinson ..... W Collinsville W Wood River ...... ..,.... L Springtield .,...... ........ W Belleville ......... ,,,,,, L 49-28 5 I -32 38-45 57-55 55-46 47-46 69-37 45-6I 60-56 5 l -35 56-43 50-39 43-44 58-37 42-50 Roxana ...,,......... Granite City Alton ,.....,.,.. East St. Louis Madison .....,..,... Collinsville Taylorville Regional Tourney Western Military ,.,.......,.. Wood River ...,........ For Seasons Record Won - I6- Lost- 8 For Conference Record W on-8-Lo Finished third in conterence Reserve 70-37 59-53 86-38 58-50 52-53 57-62 48-49 75-56 58-62 First row, left to right: JACK ENLOE Forward ROY WARNING Forward BILL FIEGENBAUM Forward MIKE NEWELL Guard BOB GREENWOOD Guard Second row, left to right: ROLAND BRUMITT Guard EARL WHITED Center GEORGE METCALF Guard JACK BUTLER Center f 49 Track First row, left to right-Coach Bill Brewer, Vincent Beck, Harlow Coolbaugh, Clifford Hoppe, Karl Fish, Willard Goff, Leslie Lance. Second row, left tiiright-Harry Lewis, Frank Pinkas, Ray Heinemeier, Joe Smoltz, Albert Bayer, Jack Riggs. Track Schedule 1950 April 4 - Triangular Junior rneef af Wood River. 'April 6 - Dual meef af Dupo. April I4 - Relay meef af Granife Cify. April I8 - Triangular af Gillespie. April 25 - Dual af Collinsville April 29 - Conference Relays af Granife Cify. lvlay 2 - Quadrangular rneef af Wood River. May 5 - Counfy meef af Roxana. lvlay 6 - Freshman - Sophmore meef af Dupo. May I3 - Disfricf rneef af Granife Cify. lvlay I6 - Roxana dual meef af Roxana. May I9-20 - Sfafe Track finals af Champaign. lvlay 23 - Triangular rneef Wood River-Alfon an Edwardsville af Edwardsville. lvlay 26 - Conference meef af Wood River. ' Baseball 4 The Tiger baseball squad, affer losing pracfically all of Iasf year's conference championship feam, was in in fhe process of rebuilding and fherefore didn'f have foo good a season. The Tigers had a I2 win and IO loss record for fhe season. Coach Lucco looks forward fo a be-ffer feam and more vicfories in l95O since mosf of fhe I949 squad is back. The baseball Iefferrnan are as follows: Baumgarfner, Roberf Wheaf, Nealy, Ridgeway, Barnharf, I-lead, Gehrig, Sfeinman, Perry, I'IeIfer, Warning, Enloe, lvlefcalf, and lvlaxfield. The Tigers were defeafed in fhe semi-finals in fhe Disfricf Tourney. Tennis First row, left to right-George Lexow, Dan Eilers, Rodney Senn, Henry Frederickson. Second row, left to right-Bob Steinman, A Raymond King, Charles Moehle, Vernon Zoelzer, Leroy Langendorf. The end ot the l949 tennis season tound the Tiger netmen undisputed winners ot the Southwestern Illinois Conference. They deteated all teams com- peting in the conterence twice tor a record ot six won and none lost. Belleville was deteated 4-I and 3-27 Collinsville lost to the Tiger netsters 4-I and 4- l. Granite City went down 4-l and 5-O. In the district meet at Belleville, the Tigers took third place, sending two boys to the semi-tinals. At the close ot the regular season the team ac- cepted an invitation to play in the St. Louis Country Day School tournament. Playing the best boys in the St. Louis area, our team made a commendable showing. Senior lettermen lost by graduation tor the I95O season are Rodney Senn, lst singlesg Robert Stein- man and Vernon Zoelzer, lst doubles: and Ray King, second doubles. Henry Frederickson Leroy Langendorf Dan Eilers Mr. Miller, Coach These are some ofthe things we go through in girls' P. E. Girls' Athletics AT The beginning oT The year, girlsl P. E. classes have volleyball unTil The wealrher Turns cold. Then They begin baslceTball. ATTer ThaT, come Table Tennis ancl baol- minTon. ln The spring when iT is warmer, They begin soTTball and Tennis which They play unTil The enol oT The school Term. WiTh Miss l-lalbruegge as The insTruc:Tor, P, E. is no longer a chore buf The TavoriTe class Tor many girls. Who is that Amazon swinging on the net? This year Tound The girls playing volley- ball wiTh The boys and even Though The girls always losT, everyone had a qreaT Tirne. AnoTher one OT The comparaTively new sporTs This year was bowling. Every Wed- nesday aTTernoon The girls who were inTer- esTed iourneyed To The alleys To do Their loesT To lcnoclq The pins down. Playing catch Come on, get it over! Recreational yet educational physically ancl mentally . . . Coniribuiing much toward Jrhe making of life here in E. l'l. S. enteriraining and recreational as well as educa- tional, aciriviries ar Edwardsville l-ligh form one of The mosi valuable ouilets lor studenl ini+ial'ive, leadership, and co-operaiion as well as providing excellenr opporiuniiies for pleasani social relarions. The various clubs and organizairions supply ihe link beiween The class room instruciion and ils praclical appli- caiion lo living and worlcing. The social parl ol school enables the s+u'den+s io look forward io and baclc upon Jrheir school days ioyiully ralher Jrhan begrudgingly. To the clubs, organizations and social functions of the school gor them we clerifve much pleasure ancl gain much confidence. Throug 54 ugnusuqnunq ' M fy DAR mm sol S N 'il feclit for helping us to become mature, upright students. Through lem we learn to co-operate with and to trust in our fellow stuclents. 55 First Row, left to right-Ann Delicate, Cam Smith, Betty Krupski, Mrs. Sands, Judy Kriege, Joyce Arth, Betty Jane Pun cher, Ann Whittington. Second row, left to right-Mr. Brock, Jack Enloe, John Strickland, Joe Foehrkalb, Dan Eilers, Earl Whited, Jack Butler Roy Warning, George Nletcalf, Warren MacDonald, Karl Fish, Jesse Rosenthal. 4' Student Council f The Student Council is a representative body con- sisting ot one member trom each roll room. lts responsibility is to plan school projects. assemblies, social tunctions, and many other activities sponsor- ed by the school. U Whenever a student has a problem, he talces it to his representative who then brings it up betore the council. ln this way many problems have been discussed pro and con tor the benetit ot the school. The council's advisers this year are Mrs. Sands and lvlr. Brock. Future Hornemalcers of America l-lave you ever wondered who is responsible Tor The hoT4dog sTand on a cold evening aT a TooTball game? Why, iT's The same girls who prepare The F. l-l. A. lVloTher and DaughTer BangueT, The F. F. A. l:aTher and Son BanqueT, who enTerTain Their Dads, and serve The l:aCulTy Tea. This is your Edwardsville F. l-l. A.l Besides These many acTiviTies, They meeT during The acTiviTy period Tor a monThly meeTing. ATTer The business session, an educaTional program is presented. The Tollowing subiecTs were used as Themes Tor These acTiviTy meeTings: l-lome Econ- omics as a Career, Money lVlanagemenT, 'l'exTile PainTings, SaTeTy in The l-lome, Problems ThaT Apply To The Girl and l-ler Family. lvlany girls are honore-d by aTTending The annual House of DelegaTes meeTing and STaTe Camp. The Spring Rally is aTTended by nearly all F. l-l. A. mem- bers. LasT, buT noT leasT, is The all-imporTanT lXlaT- ional ConvenTion, held during The summer. Every year we are represenTed by Two or Three girls. , Top Picture i First row, left to right - Shirley Suess, Audrey Bardel- meier. Second row, left to right- Rita Eads, Darlene Yehling, Alice Deehan, Edna Talleur, Marie Hans, Audrey Arth, Jean Fiesler. Third row, left to right -1 Doris Wood, Pat Burger, Pat Hittner, Marilyn Gusewelle, Dorothy Ludwig, Miss Par- key, Mildred Wiedner, Lenora Davis, Janice Determan. Bottom Picture First row, left to right-Nancy Wieseman, Shirley Votrian, Elvera Burgess, Joan Mc- Donough, Dorothy Hulsker, Sharlie Thomas, Carol Marti, Marjorie Love. Second row, left to right - Carlene Schipskowski, Maur- een Beck, Gloria Burger, Norma Kleuter, Velma Wes- sel, Ann Trares, Mary Ann Kohlburn, Betty Yates, Alice Vaught, Donna Hiller. Dar- lene Long, Shirley Kessman, Corina Jones, Edith Mae Head. Third row, left to right-June Arth, Glenda Weber, Mary Ann Daiber, Marian Gregor, Audrey Bardelmeier, Helen Hess, Joan Peters, Henrietta Tipps, Alva Mae Wille, Bar- bara McDermott, Shirley Steehlinger, Norma Dettmarl Miss Parkey. Fourth row, left to right- Gerry Barnhart, Shirley Ern- st, Christina McBride, Iona Ernst, Frances Stalhut, Shir- ley Suess, Shirley Menk, Peggy Walker, Wilma Punch- er. 57 Coflfditors Vincent Beck - Judith Kriege Advisers Tiger Early in June oT l949, The Tiger STaTT met To begin work on The V950 yearboolc. ATTer many hours oT hard worls and discus- sion, They decided on The general Theme, Type oT cover, and color, and solved many oTher problems conTronTing Them in The publication oT The boolc. lt is Through Their eTTorTs, The hard worlc oT The Ad and Sales sTaTTs, and The special direction oT The pat- ient sponsors That we present To you The TinesT oT Tiger annuals. Ad Staff Mrs Elisabeth Miller, Mr. A. M. Gibson First row, left to right-Marilyn Mayer, Helen Peters, Mr. A. M. Glbso Miss Isabel Wood Virginia Wayne, Sue Hosier. Second row, left to right-Mary Lou Frisby, George Metcalf, Jack Enlc George Lexow, Marion Rethmeier. Tiger Staff Staff As you read these pages, you will lhinlc of the Class of I95O and the year boolc they have present- ed to you. You will see yourself and the friends that made your high school days so enjoyable. The "snaps" will present treasured memories ol parties anol get-togethers. The Senior Class of l95O hopes that you will thoroughly enioy this boolc now and find much pleasure in it in the years to come. First row, left to right-Virginia Wayne, Mrs. Elisabeth Miller Sylvia Vogel. Second row, left to right-Henry Fredrickson, Judith Kriege Vincent Beck. Copy 6? Photography Sales Staff t row, left to right-Arlene Schoenleloer, lVliss First row, left to right-Dan Eilers, Rosemary Merkle, Jean Fiesler, el Wood, Caryl Neuhaus. George Metcalf. oncl row, left to right - Lester Berlemann, Second row, left to right--Janice Willmore, Henry Fredrickson, Sylvia ith Kriege, George Lexow. Vogel. 59 Much crediT should be given To each member oT The band Tor his excellenT performance This year. Among innumerable oTher acTiviTies, The band gave Two spring conce-rTs and cheered The Team on To vicTory aT baslceTball games. Their marching abiliTy was displayed in parades, boTh during The summer monThs and school yeary and They rdemonsTraTed many inTricaTe TormaTions aT TooTball games. Edwardsville High School Ban. Under The direcTion oT Mr. ETzlcorn, wiTh The help oT The band members, Edwardsville l-ligh School was hosT To The FirsT Madison CounTy Band FesTival, which was a hugh success. Twelve El-lS band mem- bers parTicipaTed in This TesTival, while Tive were claimed Tor The all-sTaTe band lasT Tall. This year The bands annual Trip will be To JeTTer- son CiTy, Missouri, To play a concerT and visiT poinTs oT inTeresT. '49 and '50 Af the head of the marching band were the high stepping baton lwillers, namely Esther Koch and Suzanne Brush. We remember them as a skillful anol practiced pair as they lecl the band with ease. Yes, we can truly say that this year's band, under the capable direction of lvlr. Etzlcorn, is one of the best E. l-l. S. has known. Band Members First row, left to right-Esther Koch, Pat O'Halloranl Harris Hanser, Marjorie Zuidema, Frank Radecke, Marlene Buehrer, Nancy Stine, Edna Talleur, Dean Pletcher, Joe Smoltz, Richard Kessman, Betty Bridge- water, Kathleen McGiIvary, Roy Beckett, Suzanne Brush. Second row, left to right-Shirley Zoellers, Erma Jean Lippincott, Verna Baeser, Ginger Myers, Doris Wood, Paul Sternitzke, Janice Willmore, Mary Mar- garet Young, Don Gehrig, James Williams, Bob Kirk, JoAnn Cassens, Loretta Emshousen. Victor Dai- ber, Murl Peradotti, Jim Dorr, Alice Deehan, Marg- arita Autenrieb, Donald Grebel, Richard McCracken, Nancy Daniels, Ronnie Patton. Third row, left to right-Anne Bergandine, Beverly St. John, Jean Balster, Dorothy Koenig, Jim Ladd, Bill Grinstead, Ronnie Harris, John Strickland, Fred Schwager, Bill Agles, Harold Hunt, Edwin Overbeck, Fred Widicus, Ray Brumitt, Darl Dettmer, Jim Close, Charlotte Steinman, Shirley Menk, Tommy Reilly, Mr. Etzkorn. Fourth row, left to right - Ray Snodgrass, Shirley Suess, Peggy Walker, Tommy Lischmann, Charleen Walker, Shirley Wibbing, Sammy VonBrock, Roy Wood, Roger Brooks, Alva Mae Wille, Georgia Ger- ard, Nancy Schwager, Clifford Hoppe, Verlin Drda, Bob Robinson, Karl Fish, Jerry Senn, Warren Mac- Donald, Gerald Willis. .J ,- K. cf geub S Cleao n Etzkorn, Director 61l First row, left to right-Lucy Gillham, Velma Wessel, June Kinser, Eunice Knoche, Beverly Orman, Frances Settle Be Davis, Virginia Wayne, Wilma Gieseking, Iris Smith. Second row, left to right-Barbara Bollman, Donna Fiegenbaum, Judith Kriege, Carl Hanser, Dale Strahan, Richard Ke man, Nelson Roberts, Shirley Suess, Shirley Menk. Third row, left to right-Caryl Neuhaus, Joanne Kriege, Bill Gass, Mike Newell, Charles Schroeder, Earl Whited, Bill Ha Richard Rohrkaste, Jane Mindrup, Dorothy Nlartin. . Cxof saws' We S. Gegffle A Capella Choir The music department is very proud this year ot its newly tormed A Capella Choir. There are about thirty members in this organization, selected trorn upperclassmen. The choir, under the direction ot lvlr. George Briggs, made many public appearances. Among them were the Christmas concert, the Spring con- cert, and the Baccalaureate Service. This spring, together with the Freshmen and the lvlixed Choruses. it journeyed to Wood River tor the annual Spring Festival. The proceeds trom the concerts were used tor tinancing the much needed robes that were purchased this year. We predict that the A Capella Choir has a very good tuture at E. l-l. S. i st row, left to right Gerry Barnhart, Beverly Scheibal, Florence Paul Marlene L - - y , eser, Mildred Weidner, Shirley Rowlands, Sylvia McDonough, Judy Barnsback, ckie Cooper. cond row, left to right-Shirley Steehlinger, Iona Ernst, Leota Piazzi, Delores mmons, Janet Smith, Janice Determan, Betty Jane Puncher, Dorothy O'Connell, arjorie Love. Susanne Figy. wird row, left to right-Marie King, Betty Galbraith, Norman Howells, Bill Hage- lyer, Pete Gemoules, Bill Klenke, Billy Ambuel, Charles Blume, Patty Jo Flagg. l c . Z f 5 Q Z 4 4 f Z 4 Q Z 6 4 S XXXxXXKNxxmmwmmwWX 1 f f Z f X I X 1 f I ! f i Z Z f Q Z f,,,, ,,,,,, , l ? K Z 7 2 7 Z f 7 f f Z 1, ,,,.,,, , A,,,, Z f ! MZ!! f 5 l f W! First row, left to right - Janet Price, Marilyn Breve, lna Rae Blatnick, Alice Meyer, Marilyn Ballweg, Jean Fiesler, Audrey Bardelmeier, Rosemary Merkel, Betty Lou Fagan, Vera Mae Schoettle. Second row, left to right-Helen Koenig, Violet Bills, Carol Marti, Ruth Griffin, Janice Gordon, Rosalyn Spencer, Mary Ann McCracken, Ann Whittington, Jo Anne Mateyka, Joan Rabus. Third row, left to right-Sarah Strader, Reeves Bauer, Bill Riley, Frank Webb, George Lexow, Donald Stoecklin, Bob Schneider, Don Wilson, Marlene Hof- meier. First row, left to right-Joan Mc- Donough, Gerry Williams, Shirley Vot- rain, Beverly Neuhaus, Magene Bald- ridge, Marcia MacArthur, Maureen Beck, Nancy Wieseman, Helen Goertz, Marilyn Merkel. Second row, left to right-Mary Lu Gal- lina, Glenda Weber, Dicksie Kessman, Shirley Ernst, Georgeann Robinson, Phyl- lis Pearson, Mary Ann Gregor, Dorothy Suhre, Ginger Myers. Third row, left to right-Marilyn Stahl- hut, Joan Thomas, Joan Treat, Kathyrn Jaros, Shirley Kessman, Evelyn Knoche, Dorothy Hulsker, Sharlie Thomas. 63 Girls' Athletic Any girl in high school is eligible to become a member of the Girls' Athletic Association. li she attends enough meetings and turns in health charts she will receive her letter at the enol oi the year. I r ruegge, Sponso Miss Mildred Halb Junior-Senior A. A. First row, left to right-Marilyn Breve, Patty Flagg, Judy Kriege, Marie King, Cam Smith. Second row, left to right-Alice Deehan Lucy Gillham B b , , ar ara Bollman, Donna Fiegenbaum, Miss Halbruegge, Dorothy Martin, Barbara Marx, Ann Miller. i Third row, left to right-Janice Gordon, Janice Willmore, Audrey Arth, Pat Berleman, Bev Orman, Marilyn Ball- X weg, Nancy Schwager, Georgia Gerard, Ann Whittington, Delores Simmons. ' Fourth row, left to right-Betty Lou Fagan, Betty Jane Puncher, Jane Long, Sue Hosier, Virginia Wayne, Pat l Hittner, Margaret Gent. Q. A. A. Officers Association Some ot the activities ot the G. A. A. are basket- all, softball, volley ball, tumbling, and bowling. reclit for tennis is also given. The meetings are elcl after school once or twice a weelc. Besides the egular meetings, many parties are enioyecl by the embers throughout the year. Two of these are he initiation and the Senior banquet. Sue Hosier, Virginia Wayne, Jane Long, Marilyn Breve Freshman-Sophomore A. A. irst row, left to right-LaVerna Voyles, Vera Ziegler, Nancy Wieduwilt, Sally Tuxhorn, Velma Wessel, Esther Koch, orothy Hulsker, June Kniser, Marian Morrison, Shirley Kessman, Nancy Daniel. econd row, left to right-Beverly Scheibal, Mary Ann McCracken, Janet Price, Vera Schoettle, Ann Delicate, Gerry Barn- art, Gerry Williams, Miss Halbruegge, Marian Gregor, Emogene Schmidt, Marcia MacArthur, Christina McBride, Maureen eck, Loretta Emshousen, Melvina Hufstedler, Betty Bridgewater. hird row, left to right-Rose Ann Whiteside, Ann Trares, Wilma Puncher, Leota Piazzi, Mary Margarita Autenrieb, Beverly t. John, Nancy Stine, Shirley Steehlinger, Rose Spencer, Shirley Pike, Mildred Schultz, Glenda Weber, Joan Serfas, Gloria otl, Barbara McDermott, Marjorie Love, Kathleen McGilvary, Marilyn Merkle, Evelyn O'Dell, Joyce Crawford. ourth row, left to right-Magene Baldridge, Evelyn Knoche, Helen Goertz, Beverly Neuhaus, Suzanne Brush, Joan Mc- onough, Helen Hess, Phylis Pierson, Mary Ann Daiber, June Arth, Edith Head, Carlene Schipkowski. Hi-Tri Sponsors Left to right-Miss Alexander, Miss Sloan, Miss Helm, Miss Cunningham. Hi -Tri "We build the ladder by which we rise." This is the motto oi the l-li-Tri, an organization for girls here at E. l-l. S. All girls are automatically members ol the l-li-Tri, but not all of them lake an active part in its activities. The governing body of this club is the l-li-Tri Council, composed of the ollicers of each class and HifTri Council First row, left to right-Laverna Voyles, Velma Wessel, Sue Hosier, Judy Kriege, Sylvia Vogel, Arlene Sc leber, Marilyn Merkle, Glenda Weber. Second row, left to right-Miss Alexander, Miss Cunningham, Donna Doeblin, Frances Settle, Mary Strickland, Mary Kreutzberg, Miss Sloan, Marilyn Mayer, Caryl Neuhaus, Audrey Bardelmeier, June Arth Helm. 66 lie Council ollicers. The l-li-Tri is responsible lor Jlanninq several social evenls llirouglioul ll'1e year. among llvem llie Kid Parly, llie Sadie l-lawlrins Jarly, ancl ll'ie Farewell lo Seniors, when llie Senior Council members lurn llieir offices over lo llwe new nclicers for Jrlie nexl year. Really, girls! Hi-Tri Follies How shocking, Georgia! We're just babes at heart Careful, it's hot! 67 Hi-Y The l-li-Y, This year under The guidance oT Mr. l!iTlcinson, lvlr. l-luTTon, Mr. Apprill, and Mr. l-larris, is dedicaTed To clean and manly living and To building a ChrisTian characTer Tor each oT iTs members. The meeTings, each oT which is opened wiTh a prayer, are conducTed by The presi- denT, and There is always a program. Each Tall The l-li-Y clubs sponsor an all- school parTy, The l-li-Y mixer. This year They planned a hayride and Through The winTer and spring They sponsored dances. The local l-li-Y clubs are aTTiliaTed wiTh The i Edwardsville Y. M. C. A. Hi-Y Meeting Hi-Y Council First row, left to right-Mr. Atkinson, Jim Arnold, Charles Schroeder, George Metcalf, Richard Arbuckle, L Berleman, Joe Foehrkalb. Second row, left to right-Karl Fish, Fred Widicus, Roy Warning, Bob Kirk, Alvin Meikamp. Third row, left to right-Merlin Brase, Richard Mueller, John Strickland, Bob Zoelzer, Bobby Schneider. it 2 ' T Ti l iii W E l T' T' zger zmes f T The Tiger Times is one ot our schools many X ATL I assets oi which il' is iustly proud. lt is a bi- ' Q l i weekly publication that keeps the students in- 5, formed on the various activities and happen- T in ' ii'ii T ings around our halls. 0 it ll is published by the Creative Writing ,' 5 class with John Trares as the editor. 5 Tiger Times Editor and Sponsor John Trares - Miss Hatscher Tiger Times Staff Seated, left to right-John Trares, Robert Wheat, Vincent Beck, Mary Lou DePew, Jean Fiesler, George Lexow. Standing, left to right-Lester Berlemann, Sylvia Vogel, Betty Lou Fagan, Patricia Burger, Alice Meyer, Caryl Neuhaus. First row, left to right - Don Helfer, Jim Williams, Alvin Wentz, Bill Kleffmann, Alice Meyer, Charlene Walker, Lucy Gillham, Ann Whittington, Alice Jack Justice, Charles Dietrich, Considine, Jack Butler, Wilfred Aljets, Sam Von Brock. Second row, left to right-Miss Hunter, Billy Grinstead, Wayne Long, Jim Koch, Richard Ladd, Bob Leitner, Rocky Poos, Bert DeSherila, Jim Ladd, John Raf- faelle, Tom Lischmann, Harris Hanser, John Tfrares, Mr. Atkin- son. Third row, left to right-Tom Kelahan, Jim Dugger, Roger Brooks, Fred Widicus, Warren McDonald, Bob Zoelzer, Bob Robinson, Jim Barton, Merlin Brase, Bill Hagemeyer. Science The purpose ot the Science Club is to create a scientific viewpoint toward the many incidents ot our daily lite. Meetings are held every two 'weelcs under the sponsorship ot Miss Hunter and lvlr. At- lcinson. Club One ot the main events ot the year is the annual Science Fair. The winners ot this tair go to the lllinois Junior Academy ot Science, which is always held on the tirst Friday and Saturday ot May. This year the meetings were held at Roclc Island, Illinois. First row: left to right - Mary Lou Frisby, Evelyn Brunnworth, Alyne Steinman, Helen Peters, Marian Rethmeier, Joan Dee Nekola, Marilyn Breve, Patty Jo Flagg. ne Baldridge, Joyce Arth, Jane Long, Dolores Koenig, Mary Aljets, Irene Schlemer, Miss Smiser, Jeanette Schaefer, Ruth Beckemeyer, Betty Puncher, Agnes Schwehr, Marilyn Mayer, Nina Whittenberg, Rose Marie Poneta. 4 x Commercial Club The Commercial Club ot E. l-l. S. consists ot a group ot Senior girls who are interested in the tield ot business and stenographic work. The purpose ot the club is to learn correct ottice procedure and many details that are important in the business ot- tice. 70 This club, numbering more than twenty girls, is indeed one ot the most active clubs ot E. l-l. S. lt has taken part in the homecoming parade and other activities during the year. Second row, left to right-Yvon- First row, left to right-Harlene Wall, Dicksie Kessman, Marion Bickell, Shirley Rowlands, Vera Schoettle, Esther Koch, June Kniser, Geraldine Williams, Bev- erly Scheibal. Second row, left to right-Ralph Jackson, Robert Collins, Phyllis Croak, Geraldine Svoboda, Eliza- beth Spencer, Sue Hosier, JoAnn Mateyka, Mary Ann McCracken, Rosalyn Spencer, Marian Morri- son, Beverly St. John, Jesse Rosenthal, Nelson Roberts, Miss Cunningham. Third row, left to right-Bruce Kirk, Joe Barry, Darl Dettmar, Pat Bagby, Don Gehrig, Joe Smoltz, Richard Johnson, Dick Cunningham, Richard Oesterle, Ray Snodgrass, Ronald Harris, Dean Pletcher, Richard Mc- Cracken. Spanish Club The purpose ot the Spanish Club is to malce recreational part is spent in singing Spanish songs the student better acquainted with the Spanish cus- and playing Spanish games. toms and their ways ot living. The business part ot the meeting is carried on in Spanish while the lvliss Cunningham is the sponsor. First row, left to right - Miss Alexander, Shirley W i b b i n g, Vernon Schafer, Miss Helm. Second row, left to right-Roy Hess, Billy Lanham, Bill Weber, Charles Moehle, Fred Twente, Vince Beck, Janice Gordon. Math Club The purpose ot the lvlath club is to stimulate in- topics are not usually ottered in the classroom be- terest in mathematics among the students. lnter- cause ot lack ot time. esting problems, puzzles, and various mathematical lvliss l-lelm and lvliss Alexander are the co-spon- topics are discussed during the meetings. These sors. 71 First row, left to right-Kath- 'mm " leen Mc Gilvary, Melvina Huf- stedler, Loretta Emsho usen, Nancy Daniel, Magarita Auten- rieb, Nancy Stine, Evelyn Knoche, Ann Delicate, Janice Willmore, Marlene Buehrer. Second row, left to right-Joan Dorsey, Emogene Schmidt, Joyce Rupp, Joan Serfas, Marjorie G e h r ig , Marcia MacArthur, Betty Bridgewater, Pat O'Hall- oran, Sally Tuxhorn, Miss Gewe. Third row, left to right - Roy Long, Robert Dustmann, Alvin Meikamp, Tom Dailey, Verlin Drda, Carl Hanser, Jimmy Dorr, David Blaeuer, Roy Wood, Dickie Reid, Don Grebel, Ray Brumitt, Don McLean. if Latin Club To be eligible tor membership in the Latin Club, Talks are given on ditterent myths and legends ot a student must either be taking Latin that year or he Roman literature. One ot the main events is the should have talcen it some previous year. Roman Banquet, which the club members enjoy very much. French Club The French club meets on Thursdays during class time. Usually the meetings are held about every two weeks. The purpose ot the club is to acquaint the members with knowledge ot the French lang- uage and people in addition to that which is tound in the textbook. 72 First row, left to right-Barbara Marx, Evelyn Poydack, Lilliar Nicolussi, Dorothy Prott, Nancy Wieduwilt. Second row, left to right-Bil Gass, Miss Cunningham, Charles Moehle, Ann Delicate, Magene Baldridge, Dolores S i m m o n s Alice Davis, Marilyn Merkle. At the end ot the year a party is given tor the Seniors in the French club with the money acquired trom dues. Library Club First row, left to right-Gertrude Bast, Helen Goertz, Beverly Neu- haus, Suzanne Brush, Delores Schmidt, Iris Smith, LaVerne Schmidt, Ann Bergandine. Second row, left to right-Miss Zahn, Bernice Moritz, Ruth Grif- fin, Phyllis Pierson, JoAnn Cass- ens, Gloria Motl, Dolores Ranek, Verna Buehler. Third row, left to right-Arlyn Schwalb, Robert Unger, Donald Stahlhut, Ray Jackson, Loren Buhr, Richard Mueller, Arnold Sommerfeldt, Roy Beckett. erence books and other books ot intormation. At Christmas the members ot the club donated The purpose ot the Library Club is to advertise library meetings are spent talking on ditterent ret- and maintain the library. Another object is to ed- ucate students as to the duties ot a librarian. The giffs +0 5 needy family. First row, left to right-Dorothy Ludwig, Shirley Ernst, Iris Smith, Dolores Ranek, Nancy Wieduwilt, Wilma Puncher, Mel- vina Hufstedler. Second row, left to right-Janice Willmore, Miss Alexander, Jan- ice Determan. Future Teachers of America F. T. A. began in l937. lt is based on one tact: to help them look torward to a usetul career, teach- the tuture ot mankind is the youth ot today. This ing. organization Otters the opportunity tor students to The past year the club gave programs tor several improve themselves through various activities and civic organizations. 73 Movie Qpemtors Club First row, left to right - B Weber, Jack Butler, Pete Gel oules, Ray Wheat, Georg Lexow, Jack McCurdy, Jo Trares. Second row, left to right-Au rey Arth, Gerald Firnhabn Alvin Trampe, Richard Johns: Charles Vermillion, Bob Hi Nliss Goeddel. These students, under the direction ot lvliss Goeda students. They gladly give up their tree periods del, members ot the Movie Operators Club, have to operate the proiector that enables us to have a a very important part in the visual education ot our more enioyable class period. First row, left to right-Frank Radecke, Tommy Riley, Paul Sternitzke. Second row, left to right-Edwin Overbeck, Jim Suhre, Kenneth Dustman, Norman Flagg, Charles Vermillion, Bob Hill, Harold Hunt, Donald Stoecklin. Third row, left to right-Ken- neth Ukena, Pete Gemoules, Jack McCurdy, Charles Kessel, Leroy Langendorf, Carl Stein- man, George Lexow, Lester Berlemann, Jack Magee, Joe Watson. Photography Club The Photography Club, under the direction ot considerably in getting the Tiger out by talcing and Mr. A. M. Gibson, is indeed one ot the most active developing snapshots. clubs here in E. l-l. S. Several members helped 74 ku.-. . VM - 1, ss . A is fr sms. Sound System These are the looys who do all the work on the milfes and enable us to hear everything that is pre- sented on the stage and what is going on during parties or dances. They are under the direction ot Mr. Atkinson. ft to right--Ross Rosenthal, Jerry Senn, Bill Riley, Mr. Atkinson, Tom Dailey, Pete Gemoules, Bruce Kirk. First row, left to right-Clyde Spitze, Earl Klopmeier, Merle Yates, Herman Lawrence, Marvin Stille, Jerry Garde, Vernon Holtmann, Emil Paul, Raymond Hess, Victor Daiber, Donald Dannenberg, Glen Riechmann, Sammy Dorsey, Carl Steinman, Jim Kovarik. Second row, left to right-Edwin Henke, Dan Smith, Sam Smith, Robert Johnson, Gerald Stahlhut, Richard Bode, Douglas Erwin, Donald Koenig, Murl Peradotti, Richard Helmkamp, Maurice Stilie, Horace Hooks, Robert O'Brien, Cletus Garde, Virgil Heepke, Donald Kruckeberg, Harold Schaberg. , Third row, left to right-Melvin Phelps, Frank Twente, Walter Williams, Dale IVlcCracken, Donald Heuer, Leroy Renken, Rudolph Spanholtz, Robert Southard, Bob Williams, Robert Bittick, Alvin Trampe, George Williams, Harry Olive, Mr. Seibert. Future Farmers of America We can truly say the F. F. A. has been a very Judging Contest at Wa'Ierloo and in lvlay the mem- busy organization this year. Besides sponsoring bers went to the Livestock Judging Contest at the Grain and Poultry Show, they held a Father and Marissa. Son Banquet at which torty tather and son couples There are titty-three members trom school and were present. They attended the Grain and Poultry tive non-school members. 75 .44 Homecoming Queen of 1949 -- Miss Mary Lou Frisby One of The mosT imporTanT social evenTs aT They proceeded To The sTage, OThello 'Ferrari E. l-l. S., is iTs annual Homecoming Prom. and his orchesTra played The Tamiliar "pomp and Many eyes Tocused upon The procession oT hand- CircumsTance" and Then provided The music Tor some TooTloall players and Their lovely maidens. As dancing. Senior girls upon whom special honors were bestowed Nlarian Rethmeier, Mary Lau Frisby, Betty Lou Fagan The Royal Court First row, left to right-Betty Lou Fagan, Carol Sue Adams, Barth Legate, Mary Lou Frisby, Nancy Brockmeier, Marian Reth- meier. Second row, left to right-Carl Mick, Vin- cent Beck, George Metcalf. First row, left to right-Mary Jean Strick- land, Barbara Marx, Lucy Gillham, Sue Hosier, Dorothy Martin, Beverly Orman, Mary Hentz. Second row, left to right-Richard Ridge- way, Richard Rohrkaste, Joe Foehrkalb, James Arnold, Louis Perini, Clifford Hoppe, Ray Heinemeier. First row, left to right-Cam Smith, Joyce Crawford, June Kinser, Helen Hess, Nina Whittenberg, Janice Gordon, Joyce Arth. Second row, left to right-Clyde Spitze, Bill Riley, Karl Fish, Frank McBride, Earl Whited, Albert Bayer, Dan Eilers. Senior Play HA Little Honeyn Diana ..... Jerry .....,.,... Mr. Minton ..,... Mrs. Minton ..... Albert ....... ..,.... Mrs. Simmons ...,.. .,.. , Mrs. Tyler .... .... Grandma ...,.. .,... Exterminator Man Scocts .,.,...,.. ...,. Tom Corning A , Arlene Sclnoenleloer Mary Lou Frlsloy Jolln Trares . ., Judy Kriege Earl Wllited Sylvia Vogel Barbara Bollman Jeanette SCllGlEF Norman Howells Joyce Artlw Vincent Beck Delores ............,, .......... R ita Eads On the night of May 5, the Senior Class present- propose to lwer. This play under the dlrectlon ol ed its annual play. "A Little Honey" was a comedy Mrs. Alice Crocker, wlll long be remembered as in wl'1lcl1 Diana put forth all her efforts to getlom to one ol tlwe finest ever. Senior Play Cast irst row, left to right-Marian Rethmeier, Mary Lou Frisby, Joyce Arlh, Arlene Schoenleber Ruta Eads Sylvia Vogel econd row, left to right-Mrs. Crocker, Jeanette Schaefer, Vincent Beck, John Trares Earl Whuted Norman Howells udy Kriege, Barbara Bollman. First row, left to right - Nancy Schwager, Charles Scholl, Georgia Gerard. Second row, left to right-Bill Web- er, Jack Butler. Junior Play Billy l-largrave Alice l-larqrave Beatrice Sloan ..,..., lvlrs. l-largrave lvlr. l-largrave . Mrs. Sloan ...... Sam Euslace ,...... Ship Captain ,..... Doctor ,.,..,.... Boatswain ...... Sailor .,.... Slewarcl ........ Stewardess ...... UB 97 iy Joe Foehrlf Alice Jusl Delores Simm Cam Sn We Erma Jean Lippinc Charles Sc Jaclc Bu John Consic Carl l-lar Victor Dia Jim Willie Nancy Schwa "Billy", a three act comedy, was presented by Junior Class on November l8. lt was very 1 lilcecl by the estimated 600 persons who attenc it, and it showed us that the Class ol: '5l really some acting talent in it. Junior Play Cast i E l 5? Y First row left to right-Nliss Zahn, Janice Gordon, Marilyn Ballweg, Dolores Simmons, Cam Smith, Alice Justice. Second row, left to right+Victor Daiber, Jack Considine, Erma Jean Lippincott, Jim Ladd, Joe Foehrkalb, Beverly Operetta "Down in the Valley' ack Weaver ........ ,. Bill lrlagemeyer lnnie Parsons ...,... .,.,, V irginia Wayne lamas Bouche ....., ..,.... N orman Howells le Leader ....,.,... .........,....... B ill Sass e Preacher ,,... ,.....,.,, B ill l-laase lard ...,,....4 .,.... G eorge Lexow ilers ..,..,.,..... ........, Carl Hanser nnie's Falher ....., ...... R ichard Rohrlqasle lsl lvlan .....,...., ..,.,. C harles Schroeder cond Man ..,... ........ N elson Roberls sl Woman .......... ,.,..... lvl ariorie Love cond Woman i Delores Simmons Under lhe direclion ol lvlr. George S. Briggs, lhe era, "Down ln The Valley", was presenled by The prus groups on Friday evening, March 3l. Qperetta Cast Virginia Wayne, Bill Hagemeyer First row, left to right-Nlarilyn Ballweg, Ginger Wayne, Bill Hagemeyer, Dolores Simmons, Marjorie Love. Second row, left to right-Richard Rohrkaste, George Lexow, Charles Schroeder, Bill Haase, Norman Howells Carl Hanser Bill Gass. Halloween Boo! Ee ld Wh e y all The comrnolion? Wl don'+ you know? l+'s The nigh? ol l'lallowe'en a h l al means a loarly al E. l-l. S. The gym was allraciively decoraied and +he was a wide assorlmenl ol weird loolcing crenlure O including hillloillies, a mechanical man, and animi ol various lcinds. The highlighl ol lhe even' ing w lhe grand march, followed by dancing Jro The mus ol Joe Laddis orcheslra. To conclude The eve ing's lun, relre h ' ' were served s menis appropriale lo Jrhe occasii in Halloween Prizes lvlosr be-aulilul girl .,...,, ..,.... ....... l. e ola Piazzi Mosr handsome looy .,.......,.. Richard McCracken Besf disguise . ........ ......,,... B err DeSherlia lvlosr original ........ ,...i..i......... .... K a +hyrn Jaros Besl nalional ..., Marlene Buehrer, Pal O'l-lalloran lvlosr comic , ,, Don McLean, Ray Snodgrass, Joe Smollz, Dean Plelcher, Don Gehrig, Ronald Harris Beer famous person ........ ....,....,. B ob Robinson Besr of any orher lcind .... Caryl Neuhaus, Lois Kenneclce, Judy Kriege Besr group .,.. Virginia Wayne, Joyce Arlh, Yvonne Baldridge, Sylvia Vogel, Jane Long, Sue l-losier, Berry Lou Fagan E.H.S. on the Air Cn November 29, a long-To-be-remembered day in E. H. S., lvlr. Broclc, sTudenTs, and radio Technic- ians were running mad around school-aT leasT They were running around lilce mad in The gym. Every- one lqnew we were going To record a radio program Tor KWK broadcasT, yeT There was ThaT biT oT exciTemenT ThaT comes Trom noT knowing iusT 'whaT's going To happen. E. H. S. wenT on The air on December 4 as The guesT oT The High School Revue program, a program begun lasT semesTer Tor The purpose of acquainTing The public wiTh The policies and programs oT The various high schools in The 6reaTer ST. Louis area. The experience was one noT To be TorgoTTen. Vir- ginia Wayne's rendiTion oT "Only a Rose" and The chorus' singing oT The "WhiTTenpooT Song" added greaTly To The memorableness oT This occasion. The program also included several numbers by The band, remarks abouT Edwardsville High School by Mr. Brock, inTerviews wiTh George lvleTcalT and VincenT Beck, and a novelTy song by Donna Eiegenbaum, Arlene Schoenleber, and Virginia Wayne. Eor some of us, iT was The TirsT Time ThaT we had seen Gil Newsome and Ed KeaTh in person. Gil acTed as inTerviewer and Ed KeaTh was The an- nouncer and masTer oT ceremonies. AT The begin- ning and aT The end oT The program, The sTudenT body proudly sang "LoyalTy". 'f xg. I, Q . A, E . KX 5 - A' fe' .gf ' '- :A 1- -- '- - A it Q , ' ms-is-:' W Y ,, A f' 40 Xa 2,2 Q., qt. . Q FW , , v , . ' A, g. A ., V, M.. 44-,gg I jf.. 1,3 ' . "" 35:21, n f me-1 ' ' , 5 -. E r ,1 3. ..... mf Q 'MH-1. X y AVV' L :QV ' f Ail ..,,1IlQZQEQi5'? "" "'A . S gi 1 3 1 W" ws s 'G' 3 'Y W 'M A, 44 ,a 53, 5 ww M ' M: ,mimi W is ff l SQ? , is J' , Q.-A35 dx N if A 46 k,.. I 5 MSW, W' QM fy 2 5 'sv i if Sam 1 The big four. Good evening, Mr. and Mrs. Brock! Who's being buried? Has Lester joined Hi-Tri? Watcha lookin' at? You don't need specs for that! Memories-1949 Jr. - Sr. Prom. What are you gals up to? Mighty proud, those two! Steady, Lois! Frosh - Soph conflab. We're waiting for Ice Cream Gobs of gals and guys fi ,, Down at Gus's. Yell, darn ya, yell! Pat -- with a girl? Somebody get that ball! Three "musket ears." Ooo-la-la! Tarzaness! A bunch of messes. Bill plods away. Male pulchritude. A mermaid maybe. Intelligent looking -- for Freshies, that is! We need elevators. Freshies on the loose. Makin' like grasshoppers. E. H. S. 's big cremation. Hi-Y Nlesser! The Thinker. E22 i i Lester and his friend She eats Wheaties. Hum, catch any fish? The mighty stare. Wi ..4i"' What? No flies? Watch the birdie! Think the tires will hold up? Bathing cuties. The pyramid club. Where are the fellas? lt must be funny. Watcha waiting for? The poker aces. SHIRLEY ABERT Hi Tri 1, 2, 3, 4 MARY ALJETS Hi Tri 1, 2, 3, 4 Music Club 3 Commercial Club 4 RICHARD ARBUCKLE Hi Y 1, 2, 3, 4 Vice President 4 Photography Club 3 Secretary 3 Class Vice President JAMES ARNOLD Hi Y 2, 3, 4 Spanish Club 1, 2 Photography Club 3 Music Club 3, 4 Football, 3, 4 JOYCE ARTH Hi Tri 1, 2, 3, 4 Student Council, 1, 2, F. H. A. 1 Commercial Club 4 Office Girl 4 Football Maid 4 Jr. Sr. Prom Com. Jr. P'ay 3 Senior Play YVONNE BALDRIDGE Hi Tri 1, 2, 3, 4 Spanish Club 1, 2 Commercial Club 4 F. H. A. 1 Jr. Sr. Prom Com. 3 Office Girl 4 VINCENT BECK Ohio 1 Track 2, 3 Class President 3 Wrestling 3 Footbal' 3, 4 Math Club 3, 4 President 3 Sec. Treas. 4 Tiger Times 4 Tiger Co-Editor Senior Play RUTH BEKEMEYER F. H. A. 1, 2 G. A. A. 3 Hi Tri 3, 4 Commercial Club 4 LESTER BERLEMANN Hi Tri 3, 4 President 4 Spanish Club 1, 2, 3 Sec. Treas. 3 Photography Club 4 Jr. Play 3 Tiger Staff, 4 INA RAE BLATNICK Chorus 1, 2, 4 1 3 3,4 Spanish Club 1, 2, 3, 4 Hi Tri 2, 3, 4 Cheer Leader 3 Index To Senior Activities BARBARA BOLLMAN Hi Tri 1, 2, 3, 4 G. A. A. 1, 3, 4 Chorus 1, 2, 3 A Capella Choir 4 Junior Play, 3 Jr. Sr. Prom Com. 3 Music Club 3, 4 Latin Club 2 Senior Play Operetta 3, 4 MARILYN BREVE Hi Tri 1, 2, 3, 4 Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4 Latin Club 1 Music Club 3, 4 Jr. P'ay 3 G. A. A. 1, 2, 3, 4 Secretary, 4 Jr. Sr. Prom Com. 3 Tennis 3, 4 ROLAND BRUMITT Hi Y 1, 4 Treasurer 4 Chorus 1, 2 Photography Club 2, 3 Basketball 2, 3, 4 EVELYN BRUNNWORTH F. H. A. 1, 2 Hi Tri 3, 4 Commercial Club 4 VERNA BUEHLER Library Club 1, 2, 3, 4 Sec. 2 Pres. 3. 4 Science Club 2 Hi Tri 2, 3, 4 PATRICIA BURGER F. H. A. 2, 3, 4 Hi Tri 1. 2. 3, 4 Tiger Times 4 ROBERT CHANDLER Basketball 1, 2 Photography Club 3 Music Club 3 Hi Y 4 RAYMOND CLAWSON Basketball 3, 4 Music Club 3, 4 Hi Y 4 BOB CLIFTON Granite City 1, 2 Basketball 3, 4 F. F. A. 3, 4 FERN CRUTHIS Sorento 1, 2, 3 DONALD DANNENBERG F. F. A. 1, 2, 3, 4 ALICE DAVIS F. H. A. 1 Spanish Club 1, 2, French Club 4 BETTY E. DAVIS Latin Club 1, 2 Library Club 3 Tiger Times 4 Operetta 4 MARY LOU DE PEW Sorento 1, 2, 3 Tiger Times 4 RONALD DOEBLIN Football 1 Hi Y 4 ROBERT DAVID Granite City 1, 2, 3 Footbal 4 BILLY DURHAM Hi Y 4 RITA EADS F. H. A. 1, 2, 3, 4 French 2, 3 Hi Tri 3, 4 Senior Play DAN EILERS Student Council 1. 2, Vice Pres. 4 Basketball 1, 2 Wrestling 2, 3 Football 1, 2, 3, 4 Tennis 1, 2, 3, 4 Lettermanls Club 1, Hi Y 1, 2, 3, 4 Soph. Class Treas. 2 Jr. Play 3 Jr. Sr. Prom Com. 3 Science Club 3 Tiger Sales Staff 4 Chorus 2 JACK ENLOE Tiger Ad Staff Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4 Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4 Track 3 Hi Y 1, 2 Lettermanis Club 1, Vice President 3 Student Council 4 Class President 4 BETTY LOU FAGAN G. A. A. 1, 2, 3, 4 Hi Tri 1, 2, 3, 4 Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4 Music Club 4 F. H. A. 1 Tiger Times 4 Football Maid 4 BILLY FIEGENBAUM Chorus 1, 2 Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4 JEAN FIESLER Hi Tri 1, 2, 3, 4 F. H. A. 1, 2, 3, 4 Sec. Treas. 3 Tiger Times 4 Football Maid 3 Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4 Operetta 4 SUSANNE FIGY Hi Tri 2, 3, 4 Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4 Music Club 3 G. A. A. 1 Operetta 4 2, 3,4 2, 3 PATTY JO FLAGG Hi Tri 1, 2, 3, 4 Vice President 1 Hi Tri Counci 1 Spanish Club 1 Music Club 3 G. A. A. 4 Commercial Club 4 Treasurer 4 Jr. Sr. Prom Com. Chorus 4 CORWIN FLAVIN Track 3 Hi Y 4 Photography Club 1 HENRY FREDRICKSON Camera Club 1 Science Club 2 Tennis 2, 3, 4 Hi Y 2, 3, 4 Vice President 3 Operetta 3 Tiger Staff 4 MARY LOU FRISBY Chorus 1 Cheerleader 1, 2 Hi Tri 1, 2, 3, 4 Jr. Play 3 Commercial Club 4 Spanish Club 1 Office Girl 3, 4 Tiger Ad Staff 4 Football Queen 4 Jr. Sr. Prom Com. Senior Play PETE GEMOULES Chorus 1, 2, 4 Photography Club 3, 4 Vice Pres. 4 Sound System 3, 4 Operetta 2, 4 Movie Club 2, 3, 4 DARLENE GERDEN Hi Tri 1, 2, 3, 4 Latin Club 2 Library Club 3 Commercial Club 4 Chorus 1, 4 EDWARD GILLHAM Hi Y 1, 3, 4 Football 3, 4 MARILYN GUSEWELLE Hi Tri 3, 4 F. H. A. 3, 4 WILLIAM HAASE Football 1 Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4 Operetta 2, 3, 4 Photography Club 1 Hi Y 1, 2, 3, 4 BILL HAGEMEYER Football 1 Chorus 2, 3 Hi Y 3, 4 Math Club 3 Science Club 4 Operetta 2, 4 Tennis 4 Vice Pres. Class 4 MARIE HANS Chorus, 1 Hi Tri 2, 3, 4 F. H. A. 1, 2, 3, 4 Treasurer 2 President 4 BEATRICE HANVEY Hi Tri 1, 2, 3, 4 DONALD HEUER Hi Y 3, 4 F. F. A. 3, 4 ROBERT HILL Movie Club 3, 4 Photography Club Track 3 SUE HOSIER Hi Tri 1, 2, 3, 4 Hi Tri Council 4 Treasurer 4 G. A. A. 1, 2, 3, 4 Sports Head 1, 2, Vice President 4 Cheerleader 2 Chorus 2, 3 Tennis 2, 3 Football Maid 3, 4 Jr. Sr. Prom Com. Office Girl 4 Tiger Ad Staff 4 Spanish Club 4 NORMAN HOWELLS Maplewood 1, 2 Hi Y 4 Senior Play Operetta 4 HAR-O-LD HUNT Band 1, 2, 3, 4 Tennis 1, 4 Photography Club 4 CLYDE JACOBS Basketball 1 Hi Y 3, 4 THERESA JAROS G. A. A. 1, 2 Sports Head 1, 2 Hi Tri 1, 2, 3, 4 Latin Club 3 JOSEPH JELLEN Spanish Club 1, 3, Sound System 3 Football Manager 4 LAWRENCE KACER Spanish Club 1, 3, 3, 3 3 4 4 Football Manager 3, Baseball 2, 3, 4 Letterman's Club 3 LOIS KENNECKE G. A. A. 1, 2, 3 Hi Tri 1, 2, 3, 4 Chorus 1 Jr. Sr. Prom Com. Commercial Club 4 Secretary 4 CHARLES KESSEL Football 1, 2 Photography 1, 2, Chorus 1 LOREN KESSMAN Worden 1, 2 3 3,4 Index To Senior Activities-Continued SHIRLEY KING F. H. A. 1, 2, 3 Hi Tri 4 EUNICE KNOCHE Hi Tri 2, 3, 4 Sec. Treas. 3 Hi Tri Council 3 Commercial Club 4 President 4 Chorus 1, 2, 3 A Capella Choir 4 Jr. Play 3 Music Club 3 Operetta 4 DOLORES KOENIG F. H. A. 2 Hi Tri 3, 4 Commercial Club 4 JAMES KOVARIK F. F. A. 2, 3, 4 MARY KREUTZBERG Hi Tri 4 Pres 4 Hi Tri Council 4 JUDITH KRIEGE Hi Tri 2, 3, 4 President 3 Hi Tri Council 3, 4 Vice President 4 Chorus 1, 2, 3 A Capella Choir 4 Jr. Play 3 Operetta 3, 4 Music Cfub 3, 4 Senior Play G. A. A. 4 Tiger Co-Editor . Student Council 4 Sec. 4 Jr. Sr. Prom Com. ROSE MARIE KYRO Hi Tri 4 French Club 4 Chorus 1 Majorette 1 LESLIE LANCE Football 1, 2, 3, 4 Track 1, 2, 3 Wrestling 1, 2, 3 Letterman's Club 2, 3 LEROY LANGENDORF A Photography Club 4 Tennis 2, 3, 4 LEROY LEITNER Hi Y 1, 2, 3, 4 GEORGE LEXOW JANE LONG CHARLES MOEHLE Hi Tri 1, 2, 3, 4 Chorus 1, 2 G. A. A. 1, 2, 3, 4 Treas. 4 Commercial Club 4 Jr. Play 3 Jr. Sr. Prom Com. JACK MAGEE HiY1,2,3,4 Photography Club 1, 2, President 2 Secretary Treas. 4 Letterman's Club 2, 3 Football Manager 2 MARILYN MAYER Latin Club 1 Chorus 1 Football Maid 2 Commercial Club 4 Hi Tri 1, 2, 3, 4 Vice President 4 Student Council 1, 2 Office Helper 3, 4 Tiger Ad Staff 4 SYLVIA MCDONOUGH Hi Tri 1, 2, 3, 4 Commercial 4 Vice President 4 Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4 Operetta 3, 4 Office Helper 4 3,4 Tennis 1, 2, 3, 4 Letterman's Club 2 Math Club 2, 3, 4 Vice President 3, 4 French Club 2, 3, 4 Secretary 3 Photography Club 3 BILL MORGAN Spanish Club 2 Science Club 2 JOAN DEE NEKOLA Hi Tri 1, 2, 3, 4 Spanish Club 1, 2 Commercial Club 4 G. A. A. 1 F. H. A. 1 Chorus 1, 2 Office Helper 4 CARYL NEUHAUS Tiger Times 4 Jr. Sr. Prom Corn. Hi Tri 1, 2, 3, 4 Sec. 4 Hi Tri Council 4 Chorus 1, 2, 3 A Capella Choir 4 Music Club 3, 4 Operetta 3, 4 FRANKLIN MELLENTHIN "'g""ptNh hglcgauss' F. F. A. 1, 2, 3 Pam? u ROSEMARY MERKEL Hi Tri 1, 2, 3, 4 F. H. A. 1 Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4 Latin Club 3 Jr. Play 3 Football Maid 3 Science Club 1 Operetta 3 Tiger Sales Staff GEORGE METCALF Student Council 2, 3, President 4 Hi Y 1, 2, 3, 4 President 4 Letterman's Club 2, 3 Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4 Football 1, 4 Baseball 2, 3 Tiger Sales Staff LICE MEYER F. H. A. 1, 2 Science Club 1, 2, 3, Sec. Treas. 3 Librarian 4 Chorus 3, 4 Hi Tri 3, 4 Tiger Times Staff 4 Hi Y 1, 2, 4 Photography Club 2, 3, 4 EELYN MEYER chorus, 1, 2, 3 4 1 TH 4 Tennis 1, 2, 3, 4 QARL MICK Movie Operator 1, 2, 3, 4 Hi yy 3, 4 Operetta 4 DOROTHY LONG Sorento 1, 2, 3 Letterman's Club 3 Football 1, 2, 3, 4 Student Council 3 Class Treasurer 3, 4 4 4 Hi Tri 3, 4 French Club 4 HARRY OLIVE Marine 1, 2, 3 F. F. A. 4 EMIL PAUL F. F. A. 1, 2, 3, Treasurer 1, 2 Vice President 3, 4 Chorus 2, 3 Operetta 2, 3 Hi Y 4 Jr. Sr. Prom Com. HELEN PETERS Hi Tri 1, 2, 3, 4 Commercial Club 4 Football Maid 3 Tiger Ad Staff ROSE MARIE PONETA G. A. A. 2 Hi Tri 3, 4 Commercial Club 4 EVELYN POYDACK Spanish Club 1 F. H. A. 1 Hi Tri 1, 3, 4 French Club 4 DOROTHY PROTT Hi Tri 3, 4 French Club 4 3 BETTY JANE PUNCHER F. H. A. 2, 3 G. A. A. 1, 2, 3, 4 Hi Tri 1, 2, 3, 4 Commercial Club 4 Student Council 4 Science Club 2 Chorus 3, 4 LEROY RENKEN F. F. A. 3, 4 MARIAN RETHMEIER Hi Tri 1, 2, 3, 4 Commercial Club 4 Football Maid 4 Tiger Ad Staff Senior Play DON RICHTER Football 2 Hy Y 4 RICHARD RIDGEWAY Wood River 1, 2 Footbal 3, 4 Baseball 3, 4 Letterman's Club 3 Hi Y 4 Wrestling 3 NELSON ROBERTS Granite City 1 Wyoming 2, 3 A Capella Choir 4 Operetta 4 Spanish Club 4 JEANETTE SCHAEFER G. A. A. 1, 3 Spanish Club 1, 2 Hi Tri 1, 2, 3, 4 Commercial Club 4 Senior Pfay IRENE SCHLEMER F. H. A. 1 G. A. A. 3 Hi Tri 1, 2, 3, 4 Commercial Club 4 DELORES SCHMIDT Chorus 1, 2, 3 Operetta 2 Music Club 1 G. A. A. 1 Hi Tri 1, 2, 4 Library Club 3, 4 Secretary 4 ARLENE SCHOENLEBER G. A. A. 1, 2, 3 Chorus 1, 2, 3 A Capella Choir 4 Operetta 2, 3 Hi Tri 1, 2, 3, 4 President 2 Hi Tri Council 2, 4 Secretary 4 Senior Play Latin Club 1 Football Maid 3 Music Club 1 Tiger Staff Index To Senior Activities-Continued CHARLES SCHROEDER Chorus 1, 2, 3 A Capella Choir 4 Operetta 2, 3, 4 Hi Y 1, 2, 3, 4 Secretary 4 Hi Y Council 4 Latin Club 1 Photography Club 1 Jr. Sr. Prom Com. FREDERICK SCHWAGER Band 1, 2, 3, 4 Spanish Club 1, 2, 3 AGNES JO SCHWEHR Hi Tri 1, 2, 3, 4 Vice President 2 Hi Tri Council 2 G. A. A. 1 Spanish Club 1, 2 Commercial Club 4 Chorus 1, 2 IRIS SMITH Chorus, 1, 2 A Capella Choir 4 Operetta 2, 3, 4 Hi Tri 4 Library Club 3, 4 Vice President 4 F. T. A. 4 Music Club 1 RUDOLPH SPANHOLTZ F. F. A. 4 Photography Club 2, 3 ELIZABETH SPENCER Spanish Club 2, 3, 4 Vice President 4 Football Maid 3 Hi Tri 2, 3, 4 ALYNE STEINMAN F. H. A 2, 3, 4 Photography Club 4 Hi Y 4 CARL STEINMAN F. F. A. 2, 3, 4 Photography Club 4 Hi Y 4 Baseball 2, 3, 4 DONALD STOECKLIN Chorus 1, 2, 3 Photography C'ub 2, 3, 4 Basketball 1, 2, 3 SARAH LEE STRADER Tiger Times 4 Chorus 4 'Office Girl 4 ROMAN SVOBODA Spanish Club 3 Track 2 EDNA TALLEUR Band 1, 2, 3, 4 F. H. A. 1, 2, 3, 4 Vice President 4 Hi Tri 3, 4 Jr. Sr. Prom Com. ALVIN TRAMPE Alhambra 1 Marine 2, 3 Baseball 4 Movie Operator 4 JOHN TRARES Senior Play Latin Club 1 Math Club 2 Vice President 2 Science Club 3, 4 Cor. Secretary 4 Tiger Times Editor 4 JO-HN TREBING Football 1, 2, 3 Wrestling 1, 3 Football Manager 3 Class President 3 Letterman's Club 2, 3 President 3 FRED TWENTE Math C'ub 3, 4 Football 3 KENNETH UKENA Science Cub 3 Photography Club 4 Hi Y 4 CHARLES VERMILLION Hi Y 3, 4 Basketball 3, 4 Movie Operator 4 Photography Club 4 SYLVIA VOGEL G. A. A. 2 Music Club 1, 2, 3, 4 Hi Tri 1, 2, 3, 4 Vice President 3 Hi Tri Council 3, 4 President 4 Jr. Play Jr. Class Sec. 3 Tiger Times 3 Tiger Staff Jr. Sr. Prom Com. Dramatics Club 1 Senior Play BEVERLY VOLLINTINE F. H. A. 1, 2, 3, 4 Hi Tri 4 SAMUEL VON BROCK Hi Y 1, 2, 4 Photography Club 3 Science Club 2, 3 Sec. Treas. 4 Band 1, 2, 3, 4 Track 1, 3, 4 Latin Club 1 CORINNE WAGNER Latin Club 1, 2 Sec. 2 Hi Tri 3 F. H. A. 1, 2, 3, 4 Office Helper 4 VIRGINIA WAYNE Operetta 2, 3, 4 Student Council 1, 2 Sec. 2 Hi Tri 1, 2, 3, 4 President 1 Hi Tri Council 1 G. A. A. 1, 2, 3, 4 President 4 Sporthead 2, 3 French Club 2, 3 Vice President 3 Music Club 3, 4 Jr. Sr. Prom Com. Office Helper 4 Tiger Staff Chorus 1, 2, 3 A Capella Choir 4 MILDRED WEIDNER G. A. A. 1, 2, 3 F. H. A. 1, 2, 3, 4 Hi Tri 1, 2, 3, 4 Library Club 2, 3 Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4 RAYMOND WHEAT Basketball 1, 2, 3 Manager 4 Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4 Movie Club 1, 2, 3, 4 Class Vice President 3 ROBERT WHEAT Basebal 1, 2, 3, 4 Basketball 1, 2, 3 Tiger Times 4 Tiger Ad Staff EARL WHITED Wood River 1, 2 Baslcetbal 3, 4 Football 3, 4 Senior Play Chorus 3 A Capella Choir 4 Student Council 4 Operetta 4 NINA WHITTENBERG Chorus 1, 2 Class President 1 Latin Club 1, 2 Treasurer 1 Hi Tri 1, 2, 3, 4 Secretary 2 Hi Tri Council 2 Commercial Cub 4 Office Girl 4 Student Council 3 Football Maid 4 SHIRLEY WIBBING Band 1, 2, 3, 4 Math Club 3, 4 President 4 Hi Tri 3, 4 Music Club 2 JANICE WILLMORE Murphysboro 1, 2 Band 3, 4 Hi Tri 3, 4 Latin Club 3, 4 Secretary 3 President 4 F. T. A. 4 G. A. A. 3, 4 Football Maid 3 DORIS WOOD Hi Tri 1, 2, 3, 4 Band 1, 2, 3, 4 G. A. A. 1, 2, 3 F. H. A. 3, 4 DARLENE YEHLING Latin Club 2 F. H. A. 1, 2, 3, 4 Hi Tri 3 Tiger Times HENRY ZOELZER Hi Y 4 A 8: B Feed 8: Seed Sfore ..., Associaled Service ........,...,... Auerbach s ....,.4..,....,.....,.,..... Ballweg's ,....,.,.....,..... ..,... B 8: K Aulo Service ....... ..,.,. B 8: R Recrea'I'ion .,.,,.... ...,. Bank of Edwardsville ..... ...,.. Becklold Company .,...,, ,..... Ben Franklin Slore ........,..,,..... BerIeman's Shell Service ........ Big Boys' Supply Co. Block's ..................,..,. ..... Blume s ....,............... ,..... Bohm, Clarence ....,....,..... ,. ,,.,. Bo+hman's Garage ,........., Brockmeier News Agency ,... Brockmeier, Dr. C. L. ...,....... . Brooks Jewelry ..............,......... Buckles Transfer ...4.. ,... . . Buhrmes+er's ...... ...... Busker's Hardware ..... ...... Bufler Chevrolel' .,.,... ...... Busy Bee ................ .,.... Carl's ...,.............. ...... Cassens 8: Sons ,......4.....,........ Ca+hcar+'s Cafe ,..,,......,..,...., Clare.nce's Sfandard Service .. Clayron Cleaners .......,.......... Clay'I'on Tailoring ...,...,. ...,.. Clif+on's ........,..,...,.,....... ...... Clover Leaf Loan .......,.......... Cochran, Dr. Cliflon R. .....,, . Collins, Dr. Jerre C. ............. . Colonial Ho+eI ....,..,....... ...... Cox, Dr. Wayne B. ....... ..... . Delicaie, E. A. ....,....,.,......... . Delicafe, Dr. William E. ...,... . Desmond, M. Mfg. Co. ......,.. . Do-Nur Shop ..,,,.,...,...... ...... Eberhar+ Brofhers ........,......... Edwardsville Consumers ........ Edwardsville Cen+ral Au'ro .,.. Edwardsville Creamery Co. .. Edwardsville lmplemenl' Co. .. Edwardsville Moior Sales ..,... Edwardsville Naiional Bank ..,. Edwardsville Savings 8: Loan Eilers, Wilfred C. ................. . Enloe's Self Service Laundry Esfabrook, Will L. ................. . INDEX OF ADVERTISERS Figge Service S+a.+ion , ...... . Fink, Dr. Leroy M. ......,.......... . Fredman Furnilure .......,.,...... Fruil' Service S+a+ion Gerbig's Bakery .....,..,........... George's Marker ,......,......,.,.., Gordon-Michel Tire Co. ....,.. , Harrell, Dallas T. ..,..,,., Harfman, Harry T. ..,.....,...... . Harrison, Dr. T. W. ............... . Hellrung, Dr. Cecilia M. ,...... . Herff-Jones Co. .,............,..,. . Herrmann, Dr. C. J. ..,..,. Hill, Dr. M. R. ............. ,..... . Holiday lnn ...,.,,,..,,. ....,.. Holladay, Jack, lnc. . ..,.. ,. Hollywood Shop ...., ....... Home Nursery ..,.......... ..,.... Hogue, Robert Sr. ...,. ...... . Hoover, H. C. ....,.,,, ...... . Holz, Eulalia ....,...... .....,. Hofz Lumber Co. Hun'l' Molor Co. ..,... ....,.. Hursl' Ponliac Co. ldlewood lnn .........,,. .,..... lllinois Lumber Co. ..,..,.......... lmber's Men's Wear .............. Jim Jones .,.,...,,....... ....... Jones Shoe Shop ....,.... ,.,..., Kane, Edward .,...,......,........... Kiem's .........,..............,...,....... King Bee Candy Kiichen ........ Knowles Tavern .,.....,...,.......... Klue'I'er Bros ....,.,....,...., ....... Klueler Feed Siore .............,.. Kriege Haichery .,.... .....,. Lee Shop .......,,..... .....,. Lexow Eleciric .,.... ..,. Lux Theafre ........,,....... .... Madison Co. Abslracl' ..,...,.,. Madison Counly Mulual ..,..... Madison Counly Traclor ...... Madison S'I'ore ..,......,,...... Marks, Lesley M. ......... ...... . Marks-Weber ,............... . ,.,..,. May',s Cul'-Ra+e Drug .......,.... Mechanics Planing Mill .....,..,. Melody Bar ......,.............. .... Meyer Monumenl' Co. ..,....,.... Mindrup Aufomolive Service Moore-Slork Cleaners Morrison Farm Supplies .. MoH'ar's Drugs ............. Musso's .,...............,.,..,....... Orman's Slandard Service Overbeck s ...,.,,.......,......... Penney, J. C. ...,,.... . Peerless Cleaners . ,... Pizzini, William D. .... . Ray's l. G. .A. Sfore ........ Reed, James L. .......,.... . Richards Brick Co. ....., , Rohrkas'l'e Dairy .......,......,. Rosenl'hal's .,...................... 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E 5 Z g E 2 Q ' 5 2 HOME URSERY AN E 5 2 5 2 g 5 2 GREE HOUSES I 3 2 5 ERNEST TOSOVSKY, Proprie+or E 3 CUT FLOWERS ' TREES ' PLANTS B' SI-IRUBS E 3 g 5 g 5 5 MEMBERS OF E. T. D. - PHONE 7o6-R AND l79O E 2 EDWIARDSVILLE, ILLINOIS 5 2 E E S+ores al' GranH'e Ci'I'y, Collinsville, Wood River and S+aun+on E 5 5 TO SERVE YOU 5 5 E T K6 S! E 5 SAY IT WITH FLOWERS 5 E 2 E 2 B : T 5 lmnlllmrumnlm AMMQLnr.nnnMnAlmMrunnnnnnnvumnlmrMvlMulLnuIa,nnnn.nn n ll nnlmnlllvunnvulunnnrnlmnnulnnlmnnnn 714 vmnnlmnnnnnnnnr luuvunlluluumn un: wvuwwwwwwWwwwwwwwwvuvuwwwwwwwwwwww vuwwww wwwwwwvvw Ni RUNGE-ZIEGLER SHOE COMPANY CROSBY SQUARE AUTHENTIC FIASHIONS IN MEN'S SHOES WE GIVE EAGLE STAMPS Compliments of BROCKMEIER NEWS AGENCY SUBSCRIPTIONS TO ALL MAGAZINES PUBLISHED - ALL ST. LOUIS PAPERS Compliments of KLUETER BROS. PRECAST CONCRETE SEPTIC TANKS Compliments of E. P. Schneider Funeral Home Compliments of Kung Bee Candy KrI'cI1en GEORGE COUKOULIS THE PLACE TO BUY YOUR ICE CREAM AND CANDY Compliments of WESTERN AUTO ASSOCIATE STORE TONY JANSEN Prop 3I5 NORTH MAIN STREET PHONE 73 Bull s Hobby Sho In Rear MMM E E 5 E 5 E E E 5 E E E .E E 5 E E E 5 E 5 E E 5 E 5 S E E 5 5 5 5 E E S 5 E E 5 5 E E E 5 5 5 5 ! 5 E 5 5 5 . 5 E 5 . j 5 E 0 I 2 5 5 5 5 5 E 5 5 5 , . 5 5 5 5 5 Compliments of 5 5 5 5 5 5 E Q I 5 P 5 E 5 5 5 5 5 2 2 2 5 5 "T" AAV' IIIRRKDRIIDIF 115 3 3 5 wwwwwwwwwwww WWWWWwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwWWwwwwwwvuwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwww ww VUVIIN W wwwwwwwwwwvl WwwwwwwINWwwwwWINWINwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwvVUU'wwwvUwWwwwvlwwww vuwwwvuw Edwardsville Creamery CO. 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BANK OF EDWARDSVILLE BUILDING BEST NVISHES AND CONTINUED SUCCESS THE CLASS OI' 50 THE SILVERBLOOM INC Congratulatlons to the I950 TIGER QS For Yea.s +I1e Symbol of Low Prices in Edwardsville. 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 Q 2 2 2 2 2 2 E E 2 2 2 2 E Q 2 2 E 2 E 2 2 NH Alum AMMMMMMMMMAAMMMMMMMMMMMMMlmMMlvlMMMMMManlmullmnlllmnnnnlnnnlmnnnnnnnnnnlm MMM M . . an MM M MM w vu vu I 5 3 S Z 5 Z 3 5 5 5 .L 5 Z Z 3 3 + 3 + E Z Q - Z 1 Z 1 Z EI - i - I I I 2I 5' O :I 5 I 31 TI 2 gI 3, ' EI 2, I 11 Q I 2 f 4 2 . 0 S 1- vu I 'T -4 2 . 9 W 3 3 Z ?nFrno-aT--Tn-an-A an umunnnnr-u-an rmeie-Wann nnrnnnrfunn vvmnuu- an-um-n mu-ummm rn:- ' 5 EDWARDSVILLE I 2 MOTQR SERVICE KNCWLES TAVERN FARM MACHINERY 0 REFRIGERATION l50l TROY ROAD . DINNERS AND PLATE LuNcHes E Traclor Servlce SANDWICHES I I BEN AND J'M . -E5E33?3?5EEE5E5EE' MARSHALL F. WAYNE Compliments 0, D. D. S. Clover Leaf-Home Loan Building E EDWARDSWLUE- ILL- TROY ROAD at SECOND AVE. 5 WILLIAM E.. DELICATE P'oduce's of IVI. D. I-II-SIRED BABY CHICKS 206-A NORTH MAIN PHONE 'OH 5 PHONE T 5 E Congra+ula+ions and Good Luck To The Class of '50 I Z 5 Meyer Monuments 'L S "Mark The Spol' wilh Beau+y Forever" 5 I E PAUL E. MEIER 5 E 119 ' IIIUV 2 Z Z 5 3 Z 3 5 5 5 3 5 I 3 Z 3 5 5 5 Z 3 Z 3 wwwwvlwwvvwvvwwwwwwwvuwwvuvuwvuwwwvuvlvl ww www vu wwwwww vu IIVIN wwwwwwwwwww ww If wwwww ww vwvwv wvuwwwwwwvlwwwwwwwwwwwwvlvuwvvwwwwwwvuvuvlw VVE SPECIALIZE IN WEDDING OUTFHS 8 FORMALS WE GIVE EAGLE STAMPS THE LATEST IN LADIES APPAREL JUNIORS OUR SPECIALITY 5 New York Life Insurance Company WALDO L. T. VUAGNIAUX Special Agent IOI4 Florida Ave. Edwardsville Phone l378R TO THE YOUNG MEN AND YOUNG WOMEN OF EDWARDSVILLE To have fhe habii of saving, and +o own a life insurance policy, is always a good poinf in your favor Ia+er on when you are Iooking 'For a iob. H' indica+es a sense of responsibilify. MOTTAR DRUG COMPANY EDWARDSVILLE ILLINOIS Good HeaI+h To AII From Rexall PHONE 67 3 a 1 3 S z 1 a I J z x I P : , i a 3 P 1 1 J 3 1 1 Q g ,, MmnnunnmmuunnlmmuummnnnnummnnmmmuMMMrmnnnnnnmnnmnnmmuunnnnnnnim vmmmnmm """ -""- 'T' 120 wuvruvuvvvuvuwvuvuuv wwuuvvuv nwvvvuv 'uvuwvuvu wwvuvuu-P , A AM vnu uuuvauanunuauuunuuun ' I Compliments of I Compliments of GERBIGS BAKERY SOLTER AND KRIEGE , HARDWARE BAKERS OF SALLY ANN PRODUCTS I I2 E. VANDALIIA ST. I I EDWARDSVILLE, ILL. I PHONE sae I I Compliments of Compliments of I 4I9 N. MAIN ST. I EDWARDSVILE, ILL. ' Dr. T. W. Harrison, Dentist 2" NORTH MAIN ST- IO7-A PURCELL I EDWARDSVILLE EDWARDSVH-LE' ILL. PHONE 3I8-R LIFE INSURANCE ' AND I - ANNUQTIES M I - + -A E. A. DELICATE EQUITABLE LIFE Covers and Binding AZSGIQQISE of 1950 Tiger - BY .. HUNT MOTOR OO- . BECKTOLD COMPANY I . O , . E Cmyslm sr L uns Mo AUTHORIZED I CHRYSLER and PLYMOUTH "'y I 500 N. MAIN ST. 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Newspapers 'Featured this story because ot the unusual circumstances No mention was made of the risk and inconvenience involved in carrying o m money But you wlII note the transaction was 'Finally consummated by CHECK NINETY PER CENT OF THE NATION S BUSINESS IS CARRIED ON BY CHECKS A CONVENIENCE PROVIDED BY THE BANKING SYSTEM You too will appreciate the convenience of a checking ac count and you will realize many advantages from a good banking connection The lmportant thlng 1S to START at the Bank Where you feel that you BELCNG and the Bank you WIII Want to STAY WITH ZX X X EDWAP. X gs N xx XSNATIONAL Q6 X Xx XX S S KRW xx! Member Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation uch S I I ' I ' I 1 1 ' , ' :fi-rfsv. , Q, - Wie. 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S. 5 REPRESENTED BY SINCE I'-728 g 5 R. L. JACOBS JACKSONVILLE, ILL. E 2 E 3 5 llBARBIERIIIHRRHNRINRIIIGIIRRIIHDHDFUIKRRININIRRIUIRIRRHIIRIRRIRIRRHRRRNHDRIIRIUKRRIIIRRRRIRIIARDNHRRRRNRRDRI!RDRRIBRHHDID RRRRHRIRIIRIIRRRDIIRINDRIIIR lc 126 E s : : 5 J' z 1 1 1 2 2 5 x s a 1 Q 2 3 Q 1 3 3 a a a 5 1 I 1 I 1 1 3 , I , x CNIN IIUIIVUUIIVIIIIIU UTIYVINVUIII UVIIU UUYVUUVUUUUUYU IIUIIU VVIYV UNIV UUYV GDR NEW STUDIQ To our many patrons and frlends How can we thank you for proving what We have always loel1eved3 You do appreciate our new studio, 1tS convenient locat1on, 1tS colonial architecture. its homellke atmosphere You clo know that everything Within has been planned for your comfort. And 1t,S mlghty convenient for us, too lts greater faC1l1' t1es give us the opportumty to make the fine portraits that We are sure will please you. A cordial 1nviat1on is extended to everyone to visit and inspect our studio. . . trebler YOUR PHOTOGRAPHER 405 ST LOUIS ST EDWARDSVILLE iwvuwwwww uwwwvuwwwvuww w vw w wwwwwwwwwwww wwww uv ww vu w 5 3 Z 3 3 1 -f S 5 , 5 3 ' 1 tlt'f .lti f ,t-i f i'ee i v i v F' Q . k"': ,k',-, Q ,," . A 1 I Viwii in ,V 'f , g , - - ,.f,. HL . ,'.' .Lkk kk in K K 1 fic. k g :1::Y,12ii:j rL'.'-'V 151 -ji - , , Q K ' n - ",,' ., 5 , , S 'i,, E f p 2 ? M- 5 il Q. 1 g g S is a ' - 5 3 n 5 5 g . 3 3 , g , 3 5 3 5 3 4 2 f Z 3 3 S 5 5 5 Q . 5 3 3 3 3 4 . 5 . g . 3 3 ' ,K A , Z 3 . g - . 2 g 9 1 u Q n 4 I . . Z g . . . l . . :moveAAMMAnruumruuulMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMnnMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMM M 127 STREET' """""" - " "Af Av' iw' A H' f , X ,Fw V f ' 1 ,W .gww -.,...,, ,,,,,..,.,.,g. NA-WW 1 Q 'Y V A H N - ' ,, ,A A if 69? , f1 - J, DWG? TM ,WKDLEWOOD INN P- H RESTAURANT AND BAR - wb D IlH.E Lg :CKE STEAK, AND SANDWICHES ' 5 C paint Lf . 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