Edwardsville High School - Tiger Yearbook (Edwardsville, IL)

 - Class of 1951

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S. gg, if U LA fl X0 H 'fi 'fl 'ff N It takes all kinds of tunes to make up the song book of our year. We hope that only the gayest ot them are familiar to you. We hope, too, that you will keep singing these songs with the class of 195l in the years to come. Won't you join in the chorus with us? Five if jxuaikl ,jqaikl .7l!Le gangg .jwlere .740 .Sienw are many 45 0 97 WWLIQJLC 0 mlfflelflfl QI' .x4luJ flue po e5 are lljariezl Z . .:- ' --HH ff.-f. . my 4f1"Q I ft-. fit- 'V 9' M Xf rg , 4'. l Some oi the best music has come to us irorn . , . ..,, .4 - . 1 e- ,W the chorus, the a ca ella Choir, and the band. ii- .Ui pp . . J They have all been generous with their con' Wx g f' certs and special programs. We know that . . .7 A fu -.14l.: w they have spent much time and hard Work to make our school more musical. We Wish to thank Mr. George Briggs and Mr. Cieaon Etzkorn, the directors, for their untiring eiiorts with these organizations. Seven 0n lag .95 :Done U cw 52198 me auf ,96 wwf C5 0 77 Q A ll"Cl,C Q .gage WOFIYIIZK 300 f. 6 Iliiiifil -,t ,tgnn Y '73 ' :V fn '91 ' . ?'?'1H' TQ!-3 s Y --Q, f?LQ"Q.,lli,'435 . , , A fog, C. ' D I if .. ,'- - Even if We don't actuall whistle while we Vg. C ,- 1 . . . ' 'V work, we dont iind our dail chores irksome. zz: .i'.eiue,- , in Y i,1. g,,,fEgvf, v-.,.a1.5 " 1 f .vb . . Our courses are Varied and there are subjects for all lines ot interest. Our laboratories are well equipped for our "budding Einsteinsf' All other departments are equally Well organized to meet the needs of students with other tastes and talents. N ine 62222554 M242 ff wir! f 273 FEQJ BLOG! H IIXIJWL ana! H Acfiuified uma C,z:,,,,ff., you 51155 .fdflfztiw I J ff Jw 'EM ibn, 515 ibm H A ab WZ MCD E' D 121 U Cl 3-rn ni-i4 F nl -JJ bbbbbf D Scif Wg 6 -.f P4 gbbbbgw Q 0, biif .rl JJ' E37 J-ff M. Q..- M., x.. x.. wfzzfygmfigmwhw V iplwfflg tex If "' 'I EV? Q5 KGS ASW xy U75 - "'1.'f',' H -L, i 1 ff-L if gba, 416 lbw - 1 if - . 1'x 1 -J, W W ',,ff . ii lf I , ,,- -'Y 5 'fs Pi- F,-, ,-W, ..,. ----- t .f f ix Z f . - Y,-ff' ' -'G MVN "N "' -E i- Ahnvf- K .. 5 i R -..W F' . X T ij I'-I --"'J?-- -SSE ..., ,U N X ' Z Q --'Z l""-'?"'-'-Ss.,- .Q S 'fw X 2' gf gi --Q-1,1--' Thirteen Mr. Lester Brockmeier, Mr. Clyde Fruit, Mr. Albert Cassens, Mr. Rudolph Hans, Mr. Chester Buchta, Mr. Wilbur Suhre, Zgoarcl of glclucafion Fourteen l.s Mr. William Bode. The students of E.H.S. are grateful to the board members for the many improvements we have received this year. We hope that in the future the board will continue as it is now, making our schools better institutions of learning. I ufoerin fenclenf MR. E. L. ALEXANDER Our high school for many years has benefited from the services of Mr. Alexander. l-le has been instrumental in getting better facilities for our school and in setting the high stan- dards of the school, besides acting in an advisory capacity for our entire unit system. l MR. GEORGE E. BROCK Mr. Brock is Well known to most oi the students. He has become acquainted with them because he is interested in students both as members oi a group and as individuals. Mr. Brock is not only the director of E. H. S., but also a leader oi the student body. knnvi....,...,, Omce .siacrefariefi MRS. COLETA ZIMMERMAN MISS ELDEN MAE WILHELM Mrs. C o l e t a Zimmerman, Registrar, and Elden Mae Wil- helm, Secretary, are always ready to handle any com- plaints and requests from both faculty members and students. rinciloa Fifteen acukg Sixteen M ss Nellie Al I Arthur A pp ll Mx J mes Loy Mr. George Briggs M ' Alice Crocker M G ac C ' gh Biffle ' 2515 L r Dean of Girls Miss Elsie Sloan wma.. , . . . l Our Dean of Girls is MISS ELSIE SLOAN, M. A. This job keeps her very busy, but she also teaches several English classes and is the sponsor of Senior Hi Tri. MISS NELLIE ALEXANDER, M. S., maintains popular Algebra and Math classes, but besides this full-time job also sponsors F. T. A. and is co-sponsor of the Math Club and Freshman Hi Tri. MR. ARTHUR APPRILL, M. A., very ably teaches a variety of the Social Studies offered. He also sponsors the Freshman Hi Y. Classes in Chemistry, Physics, and Practical Math have kept MR. IAMES LOY, M. S., busy during his first year here. MR. GEORGE S. BRIGGS, B. S., has frequently high lighted assemblies with entertainment by the A Cappella Choir and mixed Choruses. MRS. ALICE CROCKER, M. A. better known as "Peaches", sees that her English and Speech classes receive the proper attention. The newly organized Dramatics club is under her sponsorship. MISS GRACE CUNNINGHAM, M. A., is always kept busy teaching Spanish and French. Besides both language clubs, the Iunior Hi Tri is also under her capable leadership. n Mr. Cleaon Etzkorn Miss Carla Gewe Mr. A. M. Gibson Miss Esther Goeddel Miss Mildred .H lbruegge Miss Lorraine Hatscher Miss Elia Helm Miss Joan Hunter fuoviil-5 ' f ! 'af 4 lkf "di , 41-f "' 44 4 , W , J UA n ,f an If l'Yl0fLC MB. CLEAON ETZKOBN, B. MUS., is re- sponsible ior the extra coloring at pep assem- blies with the "go-get-'em" music played by our band. Is Quo Vadis the question? Then ask MISS CABLA L. GEWE, M. A., our Latin teacher, for the answer. She also sponsors the Latin Club. MB. A. M. GIBSON, M. S., supplies the Freshmen with the necessary scientific knowl- edge to tace the world. He also directs the selling ot Tiger ads. Bringing to lite, throughout the year, the colorful scenes ot our American History is Work ot MISS ESTHEB GOEDDEL, M. A. She also keeps the movie projector spinning. , Rankin , Rfin , MISS MILDRED I-IALBBUEGGE, B. S., coaches girls' sports and directs the ever pop- ular G. A. A. Her Physical Education classes are said to be "rugged, but fun." MISS LOBBAINE I-IATSCHEB, M. A., teaches English to the Sophomores and Creative Writ- ing to the Seniors. She deserves much credit tor her guidance in the publication ot the "Tiger Times." MISS ELLA HELM, M. A., is familiar to all students in Plane and Solid Geometry. She co-sponsors the Math Club and is a sponsor oi the Sophomore I-Ii Tri. MISS IOAN HUNTER, M. S., teaches the interesting subject ot Biology and co-sponsors the popular Science Club. Seventeen Dean ot Boys Mr. Warren Harris A Mr. Richard Hutt Mrs. Betty Lange Mr. A. E. Lim ,j Mr. Joe Lucca, , ' Myst Eiisanel M'1 NNIY. J. er V It J l r' 'Ill I N Mr Eighteen MR. WARREN E. HARRIS, B. oi Ed., is the Dean oi Boys and football coach. Along with these duties, he is also the instructor oi the Driver Training classes. MR. RICHARD K. HUTTON, B. S., is the gym and health instructor tor the boys. He acts as an assistant in coaching football and basket- ball. MRS. BETTY LANGE, B. MUS., eiiiciently operates her classes in General Business and Bookkeeping besides coaching our champion cheer leaders. It the dinning noise ot typewriters meets your ears, it is surely coming from the typing classes ot MR. A. E. LITTLE, M. A. A rnan with a iull-time job is MR. ICE E. LUCCO, M. A., who teaches Social Science subjects and coaches basketball and baseball. As sponsor oi the Tiger, MRS. ELISABETH MILLER, M. A., is constantly working to pro- duce a yearbook to top the last. She does not, nevertheless, neglect her Mechanical Drawing classes. MR. I. D. MILLER, M. ED., provides E. H. S. with skilled shop "rnen"Wand also skilled tennis players. Miss Lucy Parkey Mrs. Rose Sands Mrs. Frances Tuxhorn Miss Mae Voigt Mr. Chester Seibert Miss Aletha. Smiser Miss Isabel Wood Miss Ruth Zahn Smear .Nearb ann! Gerald fgeolod N MISS LUCY PARKEY, M. S., instructs in Home-Making and sponsors that very active club, the F.H.A. MRS. ROSE SANDS, M. A., acquaints the Freshmen students with the proper forms in English and is a co-sponsor of our Student Council. MR. CHESTER SEIBERT, B. S., knows the 'do's and don'ts" for the Aqriculture students. He sponsors the popular E. F. A. A very quiet department indeed are the Shorthand classes taught by MISS ALETHA SMISER, B. S. In contrast are her classes of Typewritinq. MRS. FRANCES TUXHCRN, M. S., efficiently teaches Horne-Making I and III. The fundamentals known to a qood art student are tauqht by MISS MAE VOIGT, B. S. MISS ISABEL WOOD, M. A., teaches English and American Literature. She also deserves much credit for our fine "Tiger" The ins and outs of our Library are under the excellent supervision of MISS RUTH ZAHN, A. B. Nineteen H7!iow .96 dw .jwlourv 1n the month ot September in the year 1947, We, the ciass ot 1951, one hundred and thirty two stronq, entered the great porta1s ot a great school, 12.1-1.S. The Senior C1ass can iook back upon eniom OA their hiqh school careers as the best years oi their iives when they remember the Freshman Mixer, the Iunior P1ay, Iunior-Senior Prom, Senior Piay and the many other activities that they promoted. 1,2 Twenty ofim MIKE NEWELL President ALICE IUSTICE Secretary DON HELFER Treasurer GERALD AUDREY ARTI-I IVIARLENE BAESER MARILYN BALLWEC5 LAURA JEAN ALEXANDER "Two Loves Have I" "Paper Dollu "Nevertheless" I- BALSIER "Near Youy' ,f ' If "How Come You Do Me , f Like You Do?" JIM BARRY REEVES BAUER ALBERT BAYER LEONARD 7 ' Lazy Little Mei' "I'll Get Byi' "Pass That Peace Pipel' BEKEMEYIER' PATRICIA l KIM "S'hh, TheV,Old Man's BERLEMANN 'A f2S'leeping" "To Each His Owni' I 1, J eniom BEVERLY BESS WILLIAM BLASE DORIS BRASE "Pretty Girl" "The St. Louis Blues" "Baby Face" ffm! II , XXX M 0 W' 3 li QI, .2655 I I M Twenty-one f 1, 'I II?" CATI-IRYN BRIDVVELL "So In Love" JACKIE COOPER "A Little Bit I'ndepende11t" NANCY BROWN "Nancy With The Laughing Faceu VICTOR DAIBER 'KAin't Misbehavin! n JACK BUTLER ARLENE CARLIN JACK CONSIDINE "A Good Man Is Hard "Some of These Days" "La2ybones" To Find" BETTY DAVIS LENORA DAVIS ALICE DEEI-IAN "People Will Say We"re "You Can't Get A Mah "Oklahoma" In Love" With A Gun" 8l'li0If'5 Twenty-two JANICE DETERMAN DONNA DOEBLIN SIAM DORSEY "Let The Rest -Of The "Ooh-La-La-Oui Oui, "Sam,s Songu World Go By" Fi-Fil' KENNETH MARLENE DUSTMANN DUSTMANN "The Roving Kind" "She's A Lady" GERALD EIRNHABER NORMAN ELAOG "Good News" "The Hot Rod Race" ROBERT DUSTMANN GENEVIEVE ENGELKE DOROTHY 'EAIRES "Ain't Doin' Bad Doin' K'Qu,een Of Hearts" "Ain't She Sweet" Nothingt' 3EVERLY HEMINQ JOE EOE!-IRKALB BOB EORD -fpive Foot Twov "As If I Didwt Have "Racing With The Enough On My Mind" Moon" eniom BELL OJASS- JERRY GARDE MARGARET SENT JIM GEORGE GEORGIA GERARD "Music, Maestro, "Here, I'll Stay" "I Never See Maggie NOR, How I Hate To "Let's Have A Partyu Please" Alone" GetMIg7T?niLZuThe Twenty-three ALVIN OIESEKINO "So Tired" RUTI-I GRIFFIN "You're The Cause O1 It All" 'W I I fi g I Ragged, L. LUCY GILLI-IAM Put Your Shoes On, Lucy" BILLY GRINSTEAD "I Didn't Know The Gun Was Loaded" sc CONSUELLA OOFF JANICE GORDON BOB OREENWOOD "Diamonds AreA Girl's "Lover Come Back "Smoke Gets In Your Best Friend" To Mei' Eyes" CARL I-IANSER HARRIS I-IANSER FRANK I-IEAD "Zing-Zing, "Life Is So Peculiar" "I Can't Think Of A Zoom-Zoom" Thing To Do" eniom JULIA I-IEBERER DON I-IELFER RAY I-IESS PATRICIA I-IITTNER VERNON I-IOLTMAN "SophisticatecV' "Beverly Boogie" "Peach Pickin, Time In "Patricia" "How You Goin' To Swing" Georgian Keep Them Down Twenty-four On The Farmn CLIFFORD I-IOPPE ALICE JUSTICE JACK KELLER RICI-IARD KESSMAN MARIE KING You'12e Got To Be A "Jack, Jack, Jack" "Careless" "D'reamALittle Dream "Lo1Je,s Got Me in A Football Hero" Of Me" Lazy Mood" MILTON KLAUS DORIS KOENIG DOROTI-IY KOENI6 IONE KOLM VIROIL KORTE A Little Learnin' Is A "AlexandeT's Rag Time "Take Me Ont To the "Say It With Music" "East Side, West Side, Dangerous Thing' Bandi' Ball Gameu All Around The Townu eniom BETTY KRUPSKI JIM LADD BILLY LEACI-I "Sentimental Men "Flash,' "Billy Boy" ' f Twenty-five f 1 MARGARET LEWIS JOAN LONG DOROTHY MARTIN BARBARA MARX JAMES MAYER 'KMa'rgle" "Time On My Hands" "My Silent Love" "Love Somebody?" "What Did I Do?" FRANK MQBRIDE JANE MINDRUP CLARICE MITCHELL BERNICE MORITZ TOM NELSON 'Tm Bashfulu "Wedding Day" "It,s A Lovely Day "Be My Love" 'KDo'r1,'t Gamble With Today" Romance" 0 8lfLL0l":5 .f L W! It x"77'W ' -QN X? -X xx S I 3 - L E X x' III i I 'i . X if Lv I5 , A R MIKE NEWELL VERA OLIVE BEVERKLY ORMAN "He's A Ladies' Mann i'That's My Desire" fjust My Bill" Twenty-six -.I , I I GRETA ORTEN RAY PEKAR VIRGINIA LOUIS PERINI JOAN RABUS "I Want To Be Loved" 'Life Gets TEE-JUS PENELTON "Shes Just My Size" "Oh, Babe" -DOWII5 IVV, "Ra1nblin' Rose" JOI-IN RAEEAELLE DOLORES RANEK CLYDE REITER DALE REITER OLEN REICI-IIVIANN "For He's A Jolly Good "Always True To You "Down With The "Everyday Is Just A "Ain't You Ever Fellow" In My Fashionu Feminine Gender" Holiclayn Coming Backff' I eniorzi I . BILL RILEY RICHARD ROSS ROSENTI-IAL LOWELL SCI-IIAEER LA VERNE SCI-IIVIIDT "TTI-971 Eyes' ROI-IRKAS-IE "Love Me Or Leave Me "Be Happy, Go Lucky" 'iAgain,' "You Redhead" Alonef' Twenty-seven I tb CHARLES SCI-IQLL NANCY SCI-IWAGER BERDELISA SETTLE DOLORES SIMMONS CAMILLA SMITH "Jealous Heart" "Powder Your Face "Congratulations,' "Sweet Dolores" "Yateta, Yateta, With Sunshine" Yatetav KATHERINE SEARKE DOROTHY SPENCER CLYDE SPITZE JUNIQR STANLEY ROSE MARIE Hgolden Ewmgsu "Just Plain Bm" H1 Didn't Sup, I Wasm HA Real Fm Mann STANLEY PUSIICCI, I FGIVJ "Friendship" eniom CHARLOTTE MARVIN STILLE MARY ANN STGCES RITA STRACKELJAHN MARY JEAN STEIIXIIVIANN "Cornbelt Symphony" "She Has Rings On "Thanks For The STRICKLAND "Some Day Sweetheart" HCT FWQGTSH BUQQU Rifleu "My Heart 13 A Hobo Twenty-eight ' .Z LOIS STUNKEL ROBERT SUI-IRE CI-IARLEEN WALKER EREDDIE BILL WEBER "Pretty Eyesv "EiIee1L', "And The Band Played WASHINGTON "I Cantt Get Started OWU "De Ladies' Manu Wim You" ANN WI-IITTINGTON OLIVER WILI-IOLD ELMER WILLE GEORGE WILLIAMS RAY WOLL "Bohaparte,s Retreat" 'tThere,s Nothing Like "They Wouldrft Believe "BusheI And A Peck" "What Is There To A Damej' Me" Say?" 1 eniom RODNEY WOODS LOUIS YENNE MARY MARGARET "Woody Woodpecker "If Fm Luckyv YGUN6 Song" "Someone Caresv X i If If x I I -Iwi? X 'fix ' in INQL Z , , F' QQ" r " , ft ',,. If! I '7 1 1 I x f X Twenty-nine 1 'S N rx Q ee Row 1-Betty Abert, Esther Aljets, Wilfred Aljets, Darrell Arth, Verna Baeser, Pat Bagby, Donald Balster. Row 2 Audrey Bardelmeier, Judy Barnsback, Donald Bast, Richard Boeker, Norma Jean Brown, Ray Brummitt, Elroy Brunnworth, Row 3-Marlene Buehrer, Wayne Burgdorf, Gloria Burger, Shirley Buhr, Glenn Burlingame, Jim Chiste, Joe Chiste. lfUflL0lf'i5 Front-Karl Fish, Vice Presidentg Marjorie Love, Treasurer Back-Bobbiejoe Scales, Secretaryg Jinx Drcla, President. Thirty Row 1-Charles Cooper, Kathleen Cover, James Culbertson, Richard Cunningham Row 2-Dorothy Davis, Ann Delicate. Albert De Sherlia, Charles Dietrich. sa.,- , B hh h L , V:-- .- 'A" wi K K :A.V K t ,K 'ki"" 8 V ,. f f -2.- Row 1-Jim Dorr, Verlin Drda, Loretta Emshousen, Iona Ernst, Karl Fish, James Gannon, Donald Gehrig. Row 2-4Wilma Gieseking, Charles Glaser, Pearl Graham, Shirley Graham, Ronald Harris, Edwin Henke, Roy Hess. R ow 3-Marlene Hofmeier, Dale Howerton, Melvina Hufstedler, Eugene Jason, Charles Johnson, Richard Johnson, Bobbie Jones. unior YW Q W B ,eww ' we as , v .W 9 X X . 'Xi ff -. -. 'L Q 2 M fi ., Q w V 25 ' "" " ..,......? ' ' ..,,..,, l , ., we , We K ' A ' ' , ,. . 2 , .,.,.. , ' , . ..,,. x. 4 -- - 'v gig --'- I 3 J f ' I ,...-ffl! , new 1 . Vu I X 5 15 K ' ll 5 , A Row 1-Dorothea Jones, Frances Jones, Bob Kirk, Darl Kloprneier, Norma Klueter, June Kniser, Esther Koch, Row 2fHelen Marie Koenig, Mary Ann Kohlburn, Roy Kolesa, Joanne Kriege, Billy Lanham, Herman Lawrence, Donald Leach. Thirty-one Row 1-- Louise Leitner, Donald Lexow, Velma Linenfelser, Roy Lung, Marjorie Love, Marvin Macdge, James Manville. Row 2-Carol Marti, Jo Ann Mateyka, Sara McCottery, Mary Ann McCracken, Warren McDonald, Donald McLean, Alvin Meikamp Row 3-Shirley Menlc, Robert Meyer, Mary Naumann, Dorothy O'Connell, Richard Oesterle, Alice Ostrowsky, Raymond Perry. uniom 0 P Q 5 Lv '7-ji 119 Row 1-Joan Peters, Leota Piazzi, Dean Pletcher, Rocky Poos, Barbara Powell. Row 2-Janet Price, Ruby Renken, Jesse Rosenthal, Shirley Rowlands, Joyce Rupp. Thirty-two Row 1!Evelyn Sackett, Bobbiejoe Scates, Harold Schaberg, Beverly Scheibal, Margaret Schillinger, Clinton Schoenleber, Vera Schoettle. Row 2-Jerry Senn, Joe Smoltz, Ray Snodgrass, Donald Sotl, Rosalyn Spencer, Frances Stahlhut, Shirley Steelinger. Row 3-Shirley Suess, Marvin Suhre, Shirley Svoboda, Henrietta Tipps, Ann Trares, Sally Tuxhorn, Christine Vaughn. unions 1 xl 1. X L v ' 1 ' Row 1-LaVerna Voyles, Peggy Walker, Roy Warning, Barbara Wheelan, Velma Wessel, Dolores White, Fred Widicus. Row 2-Nancy Wieduwilt, Melvin Wilkinson, Robert Williams, Don Wilson, Merle Yates, Vera Ziegler, Rita Zika. Thirty-three 2 li Row 1-Elfrieda Aljets, June Arth, Mary Margarita Autenrieb, Magene Baldrldge, Joe Barry, Jim Barton, Gertrude Bast. Row 2-Richard Bast, Roy Beckett, Anne Bergandine, Robert Bittick, David Blaeuer, Charles Blume, Richard Bode. Row 3-Merlin Brase, Betty Bridgewater, Frieda Brooks, Suzanne Brush, Elvera Burges, Loren Buhr, Leona Burton. 3 FTAOIWLOF' if Front-Beverly Neuhaus, Secretary: Marjorie Zuidema, Treasurer. Back-Bob Robinson, Vice President, John Strickland, President. Thirty-four - , - 5S'i5.1,ZZZZi,. ff 'K' . ,,, M, ., . K .... . 'WEPQ . gf ri 22:1 'H f 7Jrr'U:x. .' "1 ..'::.:" ..3:'. ,. zii'1'fr' ' "Sis Hifi, . ' ' "" -jf" f ri 52 5553: .- f 1 L " -f r . , . f -..-. ' ' H 4 f K :5. I 1 , 4,-L -. ri., i K ily if I-1 ,.252.,j'21:Z:I'5',,:.-,, 17 ! ' Y ' x X A K K M - 4.5 - ., - p , x, 1 """ mm 'row - Y ' ,--f' W V '7 r ,sw " ' M "1 ,ji ...Q 55,1313 , .6 -'sgi" j:f ':a,? J., 1" , z wi - 'saws I Q. I ,. "" it ' . . had eg: 'Em , , 5- , 5 Row 1-Jo Ann Cassens, James Close, Bobby Collins, Row 2-Emil Crook, Mary Ann Daiber, Tom Dailey, Row 3-Nancy Daniel, Darl Dettnier, Norma Dettmer, Burnell Cooper Nina Dandin Joan Dorsey. uf' 353313 Q Km' A - ' . ,... , , E , bqqz P . 3, , I l Q 3, rm. Q 'f -' , 1 " ., iff 1. ,. f x ,W .Y -.:' ,. 1- f 4' Wi!" "Z : -252129 - ' , 'v H 1.1 Q- Q - ,gffg ff ' :E -55:g5""' 522213525 Q: "NW, . ' , E2 4 -QQ .2 , N I Q,-ff-1+ 5 A Q V ,. '4A' Q ,., , 47 ,. 4 -'-' z f M " Q Q -':,.:.,-.:..,,:,,: ' iff., -,E:,:,::: W, , H ,eZigi3,,,, . Q5 AII, , 1553. '--' frfqfw V1 ,gf ,, Q., - - , 554' ifffi' '1 all l Q . .. gg, inf , gl'-, 1 . kg lf,,?sg:g:?: 5, J ,asf U , ' ff' lf" . X if ' S Q L i I pvw " V ' 2 'Q - ' nv 35:25 Q .f 3 2. , Q ,, I X ' 1' X Tig MH 5 5 f . 9' f P' V ..., ' -E A A -'-P f ..., ' fil e ..., I il "' iffflgz ' S ,Q VQXVN , -. . . , ew V 1 , w '1'i'??""'i, ,A.A WZ, M 'III' 1. 1 I' ,, H" ' A'-1 ' 'f ew , ' El Z' 'N ' 5 ' ' 4 'f-,I'If'iI -'ZZ' e - a s A A :Sh 1 , . ......, . s -' zusizzf i 'N . li A' 4 'cy S 1 1 ig, H13 , -, A-we 1, A - ----- iff? ff- -2522? ,K ' 1, , i ,f ' V w-umm 1 , M 2. r - .2 ' - -' ff. A i, ...,.., V ' N 'ililff-Ti? TIE? . 6 Q if ' M A, . 1 Row 1-James Dugger, Harold Ellington, Shirley Ernst, Douglas Erwin, Stanley Fincher, Phyllis Flack, Myrl French. Row 2-Donald Frisse, Mary Lou Gallina, Cletus Garde, Mary Gardner, Helen Goertz, Donald Grebel, M Row 3-Pat Hammond, Ethel Mae Hamor, Virgil Heepke, Richard Helmkamp, Helen Hess, Joann Heuer, Donald Howells. 52 l0AOIfl'l0I"2f5 arian Gregor. Row 1-Dorothy Hulsker, Ralph Jackson, Katherine Jaros, Robert Johnson, Corina Jones, Tom Kelahan, Carolyn Kent. Row 2-Dicksie Kessmann, Shirley Kessmann, Bruce Kirk, William Kleffman, Evelyn Knoche, Donald Koenig, Don Kruckeberg. Row 3iRichard Ladd, Roger Landreth, Robert Leitner, Tom Lischmann, Wayne Long, Doris Loos, Marcia MacArthur. Thirty-five Row 1-Janis Maxey, Christina McBride, Dale McCracken, Richard McCracken, .Tack McCurdy, Joan McDonough, Kathleen McGl1vary Row 24Marilyn Merkel, Jean Moeller, Marian Morrison, Gloria Motl, Richard Mueller, Virginia Meyers, Beverly Neuhaus. Row 3-Joe Nocltner, Catherine Noto, Robert O'Brien, Patricia O'I-Ialloran, Prentiss Overby, Ronald Patton. Richard Penelton. OIWLOIFQ6 l if -e X Y W. .pi . Row 14Murl Peradotti, Robert Perry, Marvin Phelps, Phyllis Pierson, JoAnn Pitts, Frank Rafleclie, Roger Ranek. Row 2-Dickie Reid, Tom Reilly, Bob Robinson, Jo Ann Robinson, Georgismne Robinson, Jim Scates, Vernon Schaefer. Row 3-Carlene Schipkowski, Emogene Schmidt, Bob Schneider. Arlyn Schwalb, Joan Serfns, Earl Shaw, Herman Shaw. Thirty-six ' ir ' -- L . ' f a' mi' Wa' S 4 . ffl f '- fmfl Eg' 'Wm L .ffM.,..f. aff Re l- . ' .- ' 2 li " 4 2 ,Q W-fit , ' J Q f 1 M' M" K .fl ge... If.. , 1 M f: A we ., .,... . A ,. A, , f. N tx 352, 1 K 1 I I SHN' --' M , me S2 -f '-lm' ' 1 Y, WEE .- 1 - X . sw 'M . gi , , g i7 '-""' i ' , Q ff, , 52 3 23 7 .,..,, ,, .5 ,iff it J' it " f ' 'iw I R -f f J K 1:::.:,::f5-2,1 , - y f - .w , if 1 We K ,if ifiiegj 1 L '21 - , 5 f ff L - r K 'I f J ' if ? 5 E213 , fi I I Row 1-Dan Smith, Sam Smith. Arnold Sommerfeldt, Robert Southard, .lane Spiller, Q., . i H t N si X8 Sf fs, at Q V 3 L N r. Sf nfl 1' ., f It Donald Stahlhut, Gerald Stahlhut. Row 2-Marilyn Stahlhut, Paul Sternitzke, Maurice Stille, Nancy Stine, Beverly St. John, John Strickland, James Suhre. Row 3-Geraldine Svoboda, Roberta Taul, Jo Ann Thomas, Sharlie Thomas, Joan Treat, Robert Unger, William Vadalabene. egg! l0IflfI,0l" 6 Row 14Richard Varady, Shirley Votrian, Ronald Wadlow, I-Iarlene Wall. Joe Watson, Glenda Weber, Robert Weidner. Row 2-Alvin VVentz, John Widener, Nancy Wiesemann, Alva Mae Wille, Harlan Wille. Geraldine Williams, Walter Williams. Row 3-Charles Wilson, Suzanne Wilson, Roy Wood, Jacqueline Wyatt, Marvin Young, Robert Zoelzer, Marjorie Zuidema, Thirty-seven Row 1-Kent Ahrens, Delores Arnistadi, Lyn Anderson, John Autenrieb, Mary Baird, Kay Ballweg, Rose Ann Barone, Leland Bedwell, Carol Bekemeyer. Row 2-Colleen Bekemeyer, ALICE BLACKMON, fdeceasedJ, .Tay Blackmore, Martha Blase, Gloria Bohm, Ronald Bollinger, Roy Bouse, .lack Boyer, Lois Brakhane Row 3-Shirley Braundmeier, Jim Broshow, John Brown, Shirley Butcher, Carol Casna, Allen Cassens, Barbara Chandler, Shirley Chandler, Judy Cherry If' rfklflflelfl Front -Norma Rohrkasse, Secretary, Bill Mateyka, Treasurer Back-Bob Gray, President, Bob Gregor, Vice President. Thirty-eight .V wan? 43 We gg-Env ,V,,irrgM:wr1 . m2 we wg. , , - , . , Q 11 55+ . fr fr 0 ff- :if , ei 253-I I.. - L X,, 4, ,I 8 7-iii!! qiwltcfg 'Z """: If:' w ,W ., E55 . 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' ' 7 4- .:"' it N " Nail -2 -r'- 5? 2 '55 S V ' 3' 3,511 we A Q C 1 or ,V 1 9 .I K 1 1 'A Q' , Row Row Row 1- 2, 3, Ivan Cliff, Joey Ann Conner, Robert Cover, Bill Cunningham, Henrietta Cwan Kay Dalhaus, Donna Daniel, Ronald Davenport, Suzanne Dietrich, Donald Dudacek. -Pepzpzy Duffy, Sue Dunlap, Lloyd Dustmann, Marlene Dustmann, Geraldine Eberhart. Row 1-Elizabeth Eilers, Dolores Emshousen, Vernon Erb, Ronald Evans, Judith Fiegenbaum, Mary Ann Fincher, Donald Flack, Kenneth Flavin, Nancy Flynn. Row 2-Joan Foehrkalb, Ronald Foster, Betty Franke, Dorothy Franke, Judy Fruit, Nancy Giardina, Marlin Goff, Robert Gray, Carolyn Green. Row 3-Bob Gregor, Wilma Gusewelle, Dale Halhc, Gloria Hall, Bernard Hannig, Jim Heeren, Donna Havellia, Lucille Hellman, Edith Hellman. IAQ Alflflelfl Row 1-Joyce Helmkamp, Paul Hertel, Everett Hess, Ann Hosier, Loren Hosto, Leona Houba, Lester Howerton, Patricia Hughes, Wilma Hundley. Row 2--Bob Jackson, Albert Johnson, Luella Jones, Patricia Jones, Gerald Kacer, Patricia Keller, Bill Kessel, Ronald Kessmann, Gene King. Row 3-Jack King, Leland Klopmeier, Paul Klueter, Harry Kreutzberg, Nadine Kriege, Darlene Kuhn, Rosemarie Landa, Billie Mae Lange, Gayle Leonard. Thirty-nine j , P ' f Row-1-Sandra Lerch, Margaret LeVora, Elsie Lewis, Lawrence Lewis, Paul Lizotte, Darlene Loos, Shirley Luebbert, Bob Mallory, Anita Manns, Row 24Bill Mateyka, Calvin May, Leo McCue, Harry McGowan, Donald Meikarnp, Mary Lou Meikamp, Marlene Meyer, Dolores Miller, Barbara Moornaw. Row 3-Joan Mount, June Mount, Laura O'Connell, Donald Ohl, Dina Orten, Marilyn Ortgier, Leroy Owens, Lucille Paul, Bill Pfeifer. MA Iflflelfl l iz, . x.-.. , , ...A f V ly j rg 3 ,.jg:z'-' gzggzrt j 'f . I ' , . .- E :: :.,- -A yi ENN? " '..,,i ,LL '- g iii, 'Vx 'af A, ': , ,V ',Q,,:, 'Mi'-.,:g!'F eff: ff' , l iw - i - ea ,Q , , 4 'jaws ff ' -f-, 1'1-lliggzwkg , A . 3 , ' Q ,L is W! ,. H Ikilil, 4 I V A I K g I 'Q A-M ,. .- . ss, N f A ' , ' X . A time - .,,. " ' I Q '. P an-? zw2' g , f-ezb fiilwsf N5 V ' 1 Y' ' ' ' f A K . - , x . ' I 4 7 'z??Eli:ir rr. - A f , Vi -,A, ., 31 -A A , l g fs 4 , 1 M ' -R . at , R , WH T ,g I . . U Z,:' A ' al X A , 'rw' ,1 ' ' ' ' To ,. ' ' -ii I "" -ff! ' ' N' 1 Maud bla., . sf, r - ,. 2 to , , Row Row Row Forty 1-Joan Primas, Donald Prott, Robert Pyle, Frances Reiter, Donald Reynolds, Virginia Riggs. 2-Joan Rinkel, Norma Rohrkasse, Jim Ruhl, Robert Ruhl, Roger Ruyle, Genevieve Sander. 3-Bob Sajovetz, Carol Schaefer, Charles Scheibal, Marlene Scheibal, Jo Ann Schmitt, Gene Schriedel. Row 1-Roger Schroeder, Billy Schwalb, Gerald Shashek, Lois Sheppard, Shirlee Simmons, Roger Skief, Donald Smith, Imogene Smith, Mary Smith. Row 2-Jean Soden, Charlotte Southard, Donald Southard, Shirley Spencer, David St. John, Paul Stahlhut, Loretta Stanley, Dale Stegall, Rita. Strader Row 3-William Strasen, Bernard Stratmann, Delores Svoboda, Robert Taul, Ronald Thompson, Roblee Thorpe, Betty Tinor, Nelson Trebing, Eileen Uelsmann. ji' Jklflflelfl Row 1-Maureen Uhe, Harrold Underwood, JoAnn Unterbrink, William Van Huss, Loretta. Vasiloff, James Vaughn, Taylor Vaughn, Dorothy Vestel, Walter Walker. Row 2-David Walter, Robert Watsek, Barbara Webb, Kenneth Weber, Bob Wehrle, Kay Weiler, Ted Werner, Betty West, Nancy Widener, Row 3-Leslie Wieduwilt, Betty Wilkening, Shirley Wilkinson, Jack Williams, David Wilson, Mary Lou Yates, Dorothy York, Loretta Young. Forty-one cf x.. X., Forty-two If J, -:-v- ' ", fr f,'h,M,' S J ix' 171: 7"-s fp AV firxii-X. I u l"A and M ' f , 1'x X W, .. , ,M uf' 5 ,,f ,- ff- -0 - hs S- ,N--Q iF, ,,,, ,.V.f Q , 1 A- f, ,f1"" sn" '-'- -V. sk f, ' S laid NS -.-,,., ,,.. H-.. -Q N L -5 ff- M--K N ff X fxx ff 1"mX---Q T -fp ....,,.., Forty-three A Cappella Choir and Chorus Groups l Row 1---Jackie Cooper, Elvera Burgas, Marilyn Markle. Joanne McDonough, Beverly Neuhaus, Beverly Sohcibal, Elsie Lewis, Dorothy Hulsker, Jacqueline Wyatt. Row 2--Joan Dorsey. Marlene Baeser, Joan Long, Katy Jaros, Marie King, Norma Rohrkasse, Shirley Kessmann, Marian Gregor, Frances Settle, Georgianna Robinson. Row 3-Anita Marius, Elfrieda Aljets. John Brown, Charles Blume, Robert Perry, Dorothy O'Connell, Helen Goertz. Mr- George Briggs Row 4-Marilyn Ballweg, Mary Jean Strickland, Jack McCurdy. Jim Heeren, Donald Balster, George Williams, Marcia MacArthur, .fd gappefa C4000 The presentation ot their light opera "Trial by ed durinq their chorus periods to prepare the lury" was indeed a leather in the cap ot the Spfmq COUCQTL A Cappella Choir this year. Next on the aaenda was the annual South- western Concert held in Collinsville. The tive The Sophomore, lunior and Senior girls work- choruses participated in the all day trip. Row 1-Doris Brase, Wilma Gieseking, Marjorie Love, Shirley Suess, Shirley Rowlands, Evelyn Knoche, Lucy Gillham, Ginger Meyers. Row 2-Janice Gordon, Ione Kolm, Jane Mindrup, Joann Kriege, Dorothy Martin, Marlene Hofmeier, Dolores Simmons, Row 3-Beverly Orman, Shirley Menk, Karl Fish, Bob Schneider, Richard Rohrkaste, Velma Wessel, June Kniser. Row 4- Gerald Firnaber, Richard Kessmann, Leonard Bekemeyer, Carl Hauser, Herman Shaw, Charles Scholl, Mike Newell. Forty-four N ag agf ufiicv Row 1--Jo Ann Unterbrink, Henrietta Cwan, Louella Jones, Jean Sorlen, Carol Casna. Pat Jones, Shirley Davis. Row 2-Dolores Emshousen, Edith Helm- kamp, Gloria Hall, Billy Mae Lange. Joan Foehrkalb. Shirley Braundmeier. Row 3-Lois Brakhane, Marilyn Ortgier, Jay Blackmore, Kent Ahrens, Donald Prott, Rita Strader, Barbara Chandler. Row 4-Mary Lou Meikamp, Ted Werner, Ivan Cliff, Everett Hess. Jack Boyer, Joan Rinkel, Wilma Gusewelle. Row 1-Marlene Scheibal, Pat Keller, Judy Fruit, Ann Hosier, Barbara Moomaw, Shirley Luebbert, Nancy Widener, Lois Sheppard. Row 2-Betty Franke, Shirley Wilkinson, Jane Soutliard, Sue Dietrich, Shirley Chandler, Dorothy Vestel, Martha Blase. Row 3-Darlene Kuhn, Dorothy York, Sandra Lerch, Betty Jean West, Judy Fiegenbaum, Barbara Webb, Sue Dunlap, Genevieve Sanders. Row 4-Kay Ballweg, Dorothy Franke, Peggy Duffy, Shirley Spencer, Mary Baird, Donna Havellca, Carol Schaefer. Row 1-Helen Koenig, Joan Treat. Ann Delicate, Jerry Williams, Barbara Powell, Shirley Votrain, Dorothea Jones, Dorothy Faires, Marilyn Stahlhut. Row 2F-Jo Ann Mateyka, Janet Price, Shir- ley Steehlinger, Dicksie Kessman, Glenda Weber, Dorothy Koenig, Mary Lou Gallina, Vera Schoettle, Consuella Goff. Row 3-1--Beverly St. John, Mary Gardner, Audrey Bardelrneier, Iona Ernst, Rosalyn Spencer, Mary Ann McCracken, Carol Marti. Row 4 g Genevieve Engelke, Emogene Schmidt, Marian Morrison, Phyllis Pierson, Charlotte Steinman, Laverna Vovles. Ar- lene Carlin, Magene Balrlridge. Forty-five Row 1-Suzanne Brush, Leona Burton, Marjorie Zuidema. Frank Radecke, Pat O'Halloran, Harris Hanser, Marlene Buehrer, Nancy Stine. Row 2-Anita Manns, Murl Peradotti, Ginger Meyer, Frances Jones, Suzanne Wilson, Ronnie Kessmann, Mary M. Autenrieb, Gloria Bohm, Victor Daiber, Jo Ann Cassens. Row 3,4-Bob Pyle, Elsie Lewis, Tom Reilly, Laura Ealster, Jim Close, Ronald Harris, Jim Ladd, Bill Grinsteacl, Ed Hcnke. Row 4--Claricf: Mitchell, John Brown, Clifford Hoppe, Kenneth Weber, Charleen WValker, Tom Lischmann, Roy Wood, Lawrence Forty-six Lewis, Roger Brooks, Nancy Schwager. arcAin9 Jgfong ogeflaer H Iflfxll f 'xT7f1 i T 1- ,1 c P f X 5' In H 'J ' K fff F' lff - ff I f f X s The l95O35l EHS band consisted ot 97 members. Each morn- inq musical strains could be heard coming from the band room. Music lovers enjoyed the band's two concerts and the march- inq music settinq the rhythm in the Homecoming Parade. The band played in our assemblies and at the basketball and foot- ball games. gl Row Row Row Row Joe Smoltz, Eugene Jason, Roy Beckett, Richard Kessmann, Betty Bridgewater, Kathleen McGilvary, Virginia Penelton, Harold Ellington, Esther Koch. 2-Richard Penelton, Jo Ann Robinson, Alice Deehan, Mary M. Young, Don Grebel, Nancy Flynn, Betty Tinor, Richard McCracken, Jo Ann Schmitt, Alice Ostrosky, Allen Cassens. -Freddie Washington, Darl Dettrner, Ronald Patton, John Autenrieb, Nancy Brown, Anne Bergandine, Nancy Daniel, Taylor Vaughn, Bob Robinson, Mr. Etzkorn. 4-Georgia Gerard, Alva Mae Willie, Ray Snodgrass, Jerry Serin, Peggy Walker, Shirley Suess, Laura O'Connel1, Karl Fish, Gerald Shashek 7 , 'tl if i ,Jil ,f ,'9l"" li v' X2 4- xr' T.'i"' ,f' 'f A V .Q ' At the beginning of each new year, the band members elect 'Q new officers for the coming year. This year Clifford Hoppe was elected president, Bill Grinstead, vice president, Richard Kescmann, secretary, and Fred Washington, treasurer. These officers plan the social affairs for the band and discuss any trips that the band makes. Each spring a party is held for the band members and their friends. Mr. Cleaon Etzkorn Forty-seven Row 1-Marilyn Ballweg, Mary Young, Alice Deehan, Camilla Smith, Patricia Berlemann, Row 2:-Mrs. Miller, Miss Wood, Jack Considine, Charlotte Steinman, Dolores Simmons, Mr. Gibson. jim Every Tuesday, the sixth hour has meant an important year-book meeting to every statt member. It was especially at these meetings that all the problems and decisions were hash- Forty-eight Row 3-Jane Mindrup, Don Helier. Bill Weber, Clyde Spitze, Genevieve Engelke. ed and rehashed until our Tiger 'Sl was the final product. All the staff members, including our sponsor, Mrs. Miller, will agree that it has been fun, with a lot ot Worry and work intermingled. CC The Tiger Staff Editor i ,,,,.,, .,.,.... . ..A... ......... ,...,,, A . Marilyn Ballweg Business Manager ......,..,...,,......... A. . .. Don Helter Litefsfv Edllor """'Ai"""""4"' ""' """' B G Thaw Marx Sponsor ..,,,i ....,.i,......,.... . ....,,., Mrs. Elisabeth Miller Advertising Manager .......,... ..,,.......,,tr... , Bill Weber Sales Manager 4A'V..VQ.'. 4A'V.,,vV nuulluuu I G Ck Considme Literary Adviser ....i.... ........,,..,. Miss lsabel Wood Typist .,.......,. ., ,.,.. .,,,.,, . ..,,....... Charlotte Steinman Advertisement Adviser .,., , Mr. A. M. Gibson I This is the way it's done. Counting the greenbacks Now for page 6. Putting the pres Forty- nine G. A. A.-Freshmen and Sophomores i i 4 l 4 ! 5 E Q QS Rf? .4 5 we Row 1-Shirley Luebbert, Peggy Duffy, Billie Lange, Patty Jones, Joan Foehrkalb, Nancy Giardina, Marian Gregor, Katy Jaros, Georgie Robinson. .Ioan Scrfas, Susie Wilson, Susie Brush, Anne Bergandine, Nancy Daniel. Row 2lMiss Halbruegge, Jo Ann Pitts, Sue Dunlap, Judy Fruit, Sue Dietrich, Jo Ann Robinson, Betty Tinor, Dorothy Hulsker, Helen Goertz, Leona Burton, Marian Morrison, Glenda Weber, Emogene Schmidt, Carolyn Kent, Beverly Neuhaus, Sharlie Thomas, Nancy Stine, Marcia McArthur, Margarita Autenrieb. Row 3-Barbara Chandler, Shirley Kessmann, Sandra Lerch, Marilyn Mer kle, Phyllis Pierson, Joey Conner, Shirley Spencer, Shirley Butcher, Barbara Moomaw, Carol Schaefer, Betty VVest, Laura O'Connell, Pat Keller, Mary Ann Daiber, Christina McBride, Nancy Flynn, Helen Hess, Anita Manns. Row AW- Donna Daniel, Mary Ann Fincher, Judy Cherry, Gloria Motl, Mary Lou Meikamp, Gloria Bohm, Norma Dettmer, Magene Balclridge. Evelyn Knoclie, Joanne McDonough, Mary Baird, Kay Ballweg, Ann Hosier, Henrietta Cwan, Janie Southard, Betty Bridgewater, Darlene Kuhn. 6 0l'l ik? olgdf 7, G. A. A. Juniors and Seniors Row 14Miss Halbruegge, Marilyn Ballweg, Janice Gordon, Dorothy Martin. Row 2 - Norma Brown, Vera Schoettle, Janet Price, Mary Anr McCracken, Beverly Scheibal, Jc Ann Mateyka, Velma Wessel, June Kniser, Lucy Gillham, Cam Smith Beverly Orman, Pat Berlemann. Row 3 f Virginia Penelton, Jane Mindrup. Barbara Whcelan, Sally Tuxhorn, Marjorie Love, Anr Trares, Nancy Wieduwilt, Henriettf Tipps, Vera Ziegler, LaVernz Voyles, Leota Piazzi, Rosalyr Spencer, Nancy Brown, Dorothea Jones, Row 44Ann Delicate, Melvina Huf- stedler, Loretta Emshousen, Joyce Rupp, Margaret Gent, Georgiz Gerard, Nancy Schwager, Dolores Simmons Fijty gaa A Many of the girls in the Girls' Athletic Associ- ation who have turned in health charts and attended meetings will earn their letters this year. The G. A. A. sponsor, Miss Mildred Halbruegge, is very capable and well liked by all of the girls. Some of the activities during the year are volley ball, basketball, softball, tennis, and bowling. The different sports are held twice a week. During the year the G. A. A. earns money by checking coats at the basketball games. There is a banquet in honor of the Seniors held at the end of the year. Fifty one Hi Tri Council Row 1-Marjorie Love, Barbara Marx, Alice Deehan, Jo Ann Pitts, Shirlcy Spencer, Billie Mae Lange, Janey Southard. Row 2fMiss Helm, Sally Tuxhorn, Clarice Mitchell, Ann Trares, Miss Sloan, Marilyn Ballweg, Janice Gordon, Jane Mindrup, Emogeue Schmidt, Joan Dorsey, Miss Cunningham, Miss Alexander. H368 0l"2 8 igetbl' U Miss Alexander, Miss Sloan, Miss Helm, Miss Cunningham. Fifty-two i ri Hi Tri is an organization for all girls. The girls have their separate class meetings once every month. A joint meeting is held iour times a year when each class sponsors a program. The big event sponsored by Hi Tri is the Girls' Kid Party which is usually held in February. Hi Y Sponsors i This organization oi boys contributes many enjoyable events to the school year. Among these are the Mixer and the Hi Y hayride. Dur- ing the meetings they have panel discussions by Well-known men, besides planning many new activities. Seated-Mr.Appri1l Standing-Mr Loy, 66 f Z7 P' uri OI" lfl,l'l Hi Y Council .lag 'XI xiii Mr. Harris, Mr. Hutton, Row 1-Bobby Cover, Alvin Wentz, Bill Mateyka, Rodney Woods, Jesse Rosenthal, Clint Schoenleber. Row 2-Mr. Loy, Joe Foehrkalb, John Brown, Jack Butler, Allen Cassens, Jim Barton, Jinx Drda, Bob Robinson. Fifty-three Student Council um... l. Row 1-Betty Bridgewater, Virginia Riggs, Kay Ballweg, Judy Barnsback, Mary Lou Yatesi Row 2-LaVerna Voyles, Emogene Schmidt, Charlotte Steinman, Janice Gordon, Judy Fiegenbaurn, Joan Peters, Mrs. Sands. Row 3-Joe Foehrkalb, Darl Dettmer, Cliff Hoppe, Mr. Brock, Ross Rosenthal, Jack Butler, John Strickland, Bob Gray, Bob Kirk, Richard Oesterle, Richard Mueller. gcjlie Mai Fifty-four Standing-Jack Butler. President Joe Foehrkalb, Vice President. Seated-Bob Kirk, Treasurer. Janice Gordon-Secretary. 0 77 Ll'l . Ol" OM .S?llC!0l'lf Cjounci Every Tuesdcry morning dt 8:10 there is oi gathering ot students elected from edch roll room to decide the policies to be followed by the school. During the yeor they sponsor our populoir becin clcinces ond the Christrnos dcrnce, dnd publish the hotndbook. iger imefi A very popular feature among the school's activities is the bi-Weekly publi- cation ot the Tiger Times, the students' newspaper. The paper is noted tor keep- ing the students well posted with informa- tion on all school functions. The members ot the creative writing class publish the Tiger Times with Gerald Firnhaber as editor. Q-1 Carl I-Ianser Janice Determzm C6 Qgooc! Wewri U Row 1-Joan Rabus, Lenora Davis, Pat Berlemann, Cam Smith, Lucy Gillham, Janice Determan, Jackie Cooper, Barbara Marx. Row 2eMarie King, Rodney Woods, Bob Dustmann, Gerald Firnhaber, Carl Hanser, Richard Rohrkaste, James Mayer, Dorothy Spencer. Fifty-five Fifty-six Row 1-Ronald Bollinger, Kenneth Weber, Bobby Jackson, Kenneth Dustrnann, Paul Stahlhut, Dale Stegall, John Balster, Leland Klopmeier, James Vaughn, Harry Kreutzberg, Ray Bouse, Harry McGowan. Row 2-Horace Hooks, Merle Yates, Harold Schaberg, Dale McCracken, Sam Smith, Maurice Stille, Douglas Erwin, Raymond Hess. Marvin Stille, Jerry Garde, Glen Riechmann, Clyde Spitze, Herman Lawrence, Robert Southard, Robert Johnson, Donald Koenig, Murl Peradotti. Row 3-Dan Smith, Virgil Heepke, Frank Twente, Melvin Phelps, Gerald Stahlhut, Donald Kruckeberg, Richard Helmkamp, Walter Williams, Sam Dorsey, Richard Bode, Marvin Maedge, Victor Daiber. Vernon Holtman, Mr. Seibert. 66 OL! WUQCQZDOWKJ flew! A Wu' The Future F were kept busy attending different aariculture shows this past year. One ot these was the Grain and Poultry Exhibit at Waterloo, attended shortly aiter school. On Marc was sent to the Public Speaking Contest at Valrneier, and on April 13 a team oi boys attended the Parliamentary Pro- cedure Contest at Aviston. During the f. . ay the club sponso arrners of America the beqinninq ol h 16 a representative irst week in M I'S the Livestock Iuclqinq Contest here in Edwardsville. Row 1-Glen Riechmann, Vice President: Jerry Garde, President, Herman Lawrence, Treasurer. Row 2-Marvin Stille, Sentinel, Raymond Hess, Reporter: Clyde Spitze, Secretary. The hiqh li e club is the annual Father and Son qht of the year tor th Banquet. CC 97 Gd Ol' LUO Everyone knows the FHA girls are the ones who are busy selling hot dogs during Basket- ball and Football season, but they are also busy throughout the year with many other activities. October 5 Was initiation: FHA Week was October 30 to November 45 the FFA Father and Son Banquet was served in Ianuary. They also attended the FHA Rally in April of all the Chapters from this District. All the girls get acquainted and learn What other Chapters are doing. Front-Marjorie Love, Vice President: Audrey Bardelmeier, President. Back-Mary Ann Daiber, Secretaryg Helen Hess, Treasurer. Row 1-Dorothy Hulsker, .To Ann Schmitt, Velma Wessel, Betty West, Darlene Kuhn, Lorene Hosto. Row 2-Miss Parkey, Nancy Flynn, Janice Determann, Joan Peters, Joan McDonough, Shirley Votrian, Audrey Barclclrneicr, Marjorie Love, Lenora. Davis, Audrey Arth, Mary Ann Daiber, Helen Hess. Row 3-Shirley Davis, Christina McBride, Judy Cherry, Dorothy Vestel. Nancy Widener, Alice Deehan, Marilyn Ortgier, Lois Brakhane. Pat Hittner, Carol Marti, Shirley Ernst, Alva Mae Wille, Norma Klueter. Row 4-Loretta Vasiloff, Dorothy Franke, Elizabeth Eilers, Mary Lou Yates, Evelyn Sackett, Shirley Braundmeier, Shirley Butcher, Marlene Scheibal, Donna Havelka, Phyllis Flack, Jean Soden, Genevieve Sander. F lfty-seven Row 1- Marilyn Ballwejx, Cathryn Bridwell, Virginia Riggs, Elvera Burges, Pat Berlemann, Lois Shep- pard, Marilyn Merkle, Cam Smith. Joan Rabus. Row 2-Janice Gordon, Charlotte Steinman, Dolores Simmons, Jane Mindrup, Frances Settle, Jackie Cooper, Lucy Gillham, Joan Long, Betty Krupski, Mary M. Young, Mary Jean Strickland. Row 3-Genevieve Engelke, William Blase, Georgia Gerard, Arlene Car- lin. Julia Heberer, Dorothy Spencer. Beverly Orman, Jo Ann Cassens, Marcia MacArthur, Carol Schaefer, Janis Maxey, Joan Rinkel, Victo: Daiber, Mrs. Crocker. Row 4 John Considine, Bill Gass, Carl Hauser. Leonard Bekemeyer, Oliver Wilhold, Charles Scholl, Joe Fochrkalb, Bill Riley, Mike Newell Rodney Woods. HW! C5 ll Fifty-eight CLA? Q LQUQ 0 77 Row 1- Marian Morrison, Pearl Graham, Sharlie Thomas, Marlene Uhe, Beverly Scheibal, Rosalyn Spenser, Mary Ann McCracken, Shirley Rowlands, Barbara Webb, Carolyn Kent, Esther Koch. Row 2 - - Beverly St. John, June Kniser, Jo Ann Mateyka, Sue Dun- lap, Judy Fruit, Mary Lou Meikamp, Jerry Svoboda, Jerry Nvilliams, Nadine Kriegc. Carol Casna, Jo Ann Unterbrink. Row 3-- Miss Cunningham, Don Geli- rig, Dicksie Kcssmann, Ray Snod- grass, Harlene Wall, Bill Pfeifer. Roger Ranek, David Wilson, Calvin May, Roger Schroeder, Darl Dett- mer, Bruce Kirk, Richard Mc- Cracken, Leslie Wicrluwilt, Bert DcSherlia, Dick Cunningham, Leo McCue. Row 4-Pat Bagby, Dean Pletcher. Ronald Harris, Joe Smcltz, Kent Ahrens, Vernon Erb, Bob Collins, Ralph Jackson, Jack King. At one time or another during the lite oi every teen-ager, he or she has the desire to become an actor or actress. This goal is achieved in the new Dramatics Club sponsored by Mrs. Crocker. The members stage skits and plays during the school year. ollffi agiaanidi own 7' l The Spanish Club is one oi the popular clubs in high school. Anyone who has had Spanish is eligible to join. The business meetings are conducted in Spanish with Don Gehrig presiding. The entertainment programs acquaint the students with Spanish customs. The Science Club gives the students with scientiiic inclina- 'l tions a chance to increase their knowledge and develop 44 scientific thinking. ou! eela Participating in the District and State Science Fair as well as the Greater St. Louis Science Fair develops the scientific H attitude oi the student. 6 e Cean The greatest project oi the Science Club is the annual High School Science Fair. This is produced entirely by the students with the administrative guidance from Miss Hunter and Mr. Loy, the sponsors ot this organization. Through this iair, the industrious student can improve his business ability as well as his scientific ability. Row 1-Tom Kelahan, Bob Robin- son, Bob Leitner, Marlin Goff. Jim Broshow, Gene King, Jay Black- more, Paul Klueter, Tom Reilly, Paul Sternitzke. Row 24Ch'arleen Walker, Marjorie Zuidema, Georgia Robinson, Beverly Neuhaus, Susie Brush, Helen Gocrtz, Elfrieda Aljets, Judy Barns- back, Rita Zika, Marlene Hofmeier, Nancy Wieduwilt, Sally Tuxhorn, Barbara Wheelan, Mary Ann Kohl- burn, Jo Ann Kriege, Ann Delicate. Row 3-Billy Grinstcad, Harris Hanser, Everett Hess, Ivan Cliff. Leo McCue, Lyn Anderson, Richard Ladd, Ted Werner, Gene Schreidel, Ronald Patton, Wayne Long, Roy O'Brien, Tom Lischmann, VVarren McDonald. Row 4-Roy Yvoods, Jim Ladd. Alvin Wentz, Merlin Brase. Bill Kleffman, Bob Zoelzer, Jim Dugger, Jim Barton, Jack Butler, Norman Flagg, John Raffaelle. Don Helfer, Wilfred Aljets, Bob Gray, Joe Bar- ry, Rocky Poos, Charles Dietrich. Row 1 - Patty Keller, Glenda Weber, Leota Piazzi, Ann Trares, Dot Martin, Lucy Gillharn, Ann Hosier, Sandra Lerch. Row 2-Janie Southard, Emogene Schmidt, Marian Morrison, Barbara Chandler, Patty Jones, Sue Dunlap, Shirley Luebbert, Virginia Riggs, Nancy Stine, Kathleen McGilvary, B e t t y Bridgewater, Margarita, Autenrieb, Nancy Daniel. Row 3.-Ann Delicate. Pat O'Hal- loran, Barbara Wheelan, Shirley Kessmann, M a g e n e Baldridge, Marian Gregor. Alice Justice, Judy Barnsback, Nancy Giardina, Dot O'Connell, Bernice Moritz, Cath- ryn Bridwcll, Dorothy York, Joan Treat. Geraldine Williams. Row 4-Mrs. Lange, Marilyn Ball- weg, Beverly Orman, Beverly St. John, Cam Smith, Pat Berlemann, Joan Long, Shirley Votrian, Velma Wessell, Esther Koch. Barbara Powell, Mary Smith, Dolores White, Marian Hornberger, Christine Vaughn. Row 5-Tuxhorn, Simmons, Gordon, Young, Krupslci. Deehan. Saclcett, MeCottery, Schoettle, Price, Burhrer, Robinson, D. Jones, F. Jones. Row 6- -Hebercr, Carlin, Schwager, Gerard, Newell, Woods. Row 7eSchaffer, McCurdy, Wentz, Gehrig, Twente, Smoltz, Harris, Wilhold, Foehrkalb. MacDonald, Manns, Pletcher, Brummit. fS7.0.,,4 Safer, Zouf ff Rah! Rah! Tigers Rahl Yes, it's our new Pep Club members using their lungs in a unison ot lusty yells. Though a new club it has become immensely popular in its iirst year. lt is sponsored by Mrs. Lange. Fifty-nine 66 A 0 0 77 l1y0Ql"ll'l9 The Library Club is active throughout the year. The bulletin board displays seen in the library and the guidance given to the students are important jobs for the members. During the club meetings, reference books are discussed and different book reviews are given by the members. tsfafin rom 7! yankaffan N To be eligible for membership in the Latin Club, a student must either be taking Latin or he must have taken it some previous year. The most important event is the Roman Banquet which is given in May. Miss Carla Gewe is faculty sponsor of the organization. Row 1-William Van Huss, Patty Jones, Nancy Giardina, Pat Hughes, Gertrude Bast, Leland Bedwell. Row 2-Katy Sparks, Ethel Mae Hamor, Barbara Chandler, Miss Zahn, Joan Foehrkalb, Laura O'Conne1l, Shirley Wilkinson. Row 3-Ruth Griffin, Carina. Jones, Dolores Ranek, Mary Baird, Caro- lyn Green, Joyce Helmkamp, Gloria Motl, Phyllis Pierson. Row 1 - Susie Wilson, Emogenc Schmidt, Joan Serfas, Judy Fiegen- baum, Sue Dietrich, Patty Keller, Kay Ballweg, Ann Hosier, Kath- leen McGilvary. Row 2-Dickie Reid, Miss Gewe, Norma Dettmer, Gloria Bohm, Norma Rohrkasse, Gloria Hall, Peggy Duffy, Barbara Moomaw, Nancy Daniel, Nancy Stine, Leona Burton, Evelyn Knoche, Anne Bergandine. Row 3 - Gerald Shashek, Billie Lange, Jim Close, Don Meikamp, Joan Dorsey, Betty Bridgewater. Margarita Autenrteb, Pat O'Hallo- ran, Loretta Emshousen, Melvina Hufstedler, Joyce Rupp, Don Ohl, John Autenrieb. Row 4-Roy Beckett, Bob Pyle, Bill Mateyka, Dave Blaeuer, Tom Dailey, Jim Dorr, Ray Brurnitt, Don Dudacek, Roy VVoud, Bob Gregor. Sixty Row 1 Magene Baldridge, Nancy Wieduwilt, Ann Delicate. Row 2 Y Dolores Simmons, Cam Smith, Jane Mindrup, Barbara Marx. Row 3- Miss Cunningham, Marilyn Merkle, Standing--Charles Dietrich, Bill Gass. Row 1 - Bob Mallory, Ronald Thompson. Ronald Kessmann, Rob- ert Unger, Bill Cunningham. Row 2-Bob Wehrle, Miss Helm, Shirlee Simmons, Elsie Lewis, Miss Alexander, Kenneth Flavin, Billy Schwalb. ROW 3 4John Brown, Bernard Hannig. Roy Hess, Don Wilson, Billy Lanham, Harlan Wille, Bill Weber Gerald Alexander. I 77 Ui L8 FL 062 I 0 79 fleffle lfU06le Every two Weeks French Club meets for an enjoyable hour. This time is used in acqainting the members with the customs and historical figures ot France. The business part ot the meet- ing is spoken in French. The latter part ot the meeting is always a planned program by some of the members. Usually French games provide the entertainment. Under the co-sponsorship ot Miss Alexander and Miss Helm, the Math Club teaches the students how to use math problems as a source ot entertainment and enjoyment. Sixty-one The Movie Operators are considered an indispensable group of Workers in E. H. S. lt has been through this organ- ization that our educational movies were shown throughout the year. N?-All Ou .70 E l'l Hlfilfllneif N Row 1-Audrey Arth, Wilfred Aljets, Don Lexow, Bob Wehrle, Don Ohl, Paul Klueter, Miss Goedclel. Row 2-.Tuck McCurrly, Charles Dietrich, Gerald Firnhaher, Bob Grziy, Bill Weber, Bob Dustmzmn. John Balster, Virgil Korte. The F. T. A. is an organiza' tion that encourages young people to cultivate in them- selves the qualities of persons ality and character which are the foundation of successful teaching. lt also provides young people with specific in- formation about opportunities in various fields of education. The F. T. A. is a co-operative project of the National Educa- tion Association. M Il j0l" we ZCLC QI' H Row 1-:Melvina Hufstedler, Norma Dett- mer, Miss Alexander. Loretta Emshousen, Joyce Rupp. Row 2---Nancy Wiecluwilt, Dolores Ranelc, Rita Strzickeljzihn. The purpose of this club is to further the interest of stu- dents in photography. The fundamentals of developing and printing pictures are dis- cussed. KC 0 lgorfraif ! a 79 ennze ROW 1-- Peggy VVallier, Frank Rucleclie, Joe Watson, Jack McCurtly, Donald South- ard. Kathleen Cover. Row 2--Jim Suhre. Jim Hevren, Virgil Korte, Ricliard Boelier, .Tack Boyer, Bob Cover Smty two Interested in the life that the business World leads? Then, being a Senior girl, you are surely a member of the pop ular Commercial Club. Learn- ing the proper office procedure and many details which are coped with in everyday office Work is the purpose of the club. ll M.. 6.1.1 mare 0 77 oney reamzng Row 1-Genevieve Engelke, Arlene Carlin, Julia Heberer, Doris Brase, Charlotte Steinman, Verna Baeser. Row 2 Miss Smiser, Dorothy Faires, Marlene Dustmann, Rita. Strakeljahu, Dolores Ranelr, Katy Sparks. These are the students that Work on the milces and enable us to hear everything that is presented on the stage and what is going on during parties or dances. They are under the direction of Mr. Loy. 7904 Un 34060 fa! QCD? an Row 1-Mr. Loy, Bob Ford, Charles Diet- rich, Jack McCu1'dy, Tom Dailey, Richard Oesterle, Bill Riley. Always busy, always there on the job, are our custodians. They make us duly and justly proud of both the interior and exterior of the school building. "'ZMf5fL MLA OLL P H Mrs. Strasen, Mr. Soehllcc, Mr. Hunt, Mr. Utechtt. Sixty-three Sixty-four Miss Janice Gordon Miss Genevieve Engelke Miss Beverly Orman 'LU K 57 'f 7 ac fo Lee . . ., ueen eneweue Elected by populcir vote, Genevieve Engelke wors the Senior girl to occupy the coveted throne ond reign os Homecoming Queen. Her populority with the students olso Won her the condidctcy for the "Sweet Sixteen" election ot Queen. The Queen ond her court were selected sornewhot differently this yeor from iornierly. The tive girls receiving the highest number ot Senior votes were the nominees tor Queen, oi which the entire student body voted for three. Cliitord Hoppe Wos elected Roycrl Escort by the student body. Speciol mctids oi honor were the other queen condidotes, Ionice Gordon ond Beverly Qrmon. Miss Gordon was ctccornponied by lock Butler, president ot the student council, While Miss Qrmcrn's escort was loe Foehrkolb, council vice-president. Janice Gordon, Jack Butler, Janie Hotz, Billy Brockmeier, Genevieve Engelke, Cliff Hoppe, Ruth Solter, Beverly Orman, Joe Foehrkalb. Virginia Riggs, Bob Gray, Geraldine Svoboda, John Strickland, Sara McC0ttery, Jinx Drda, Marilyn Ballweg, Mike Newell, Mary Lou Frisby, Leslie Lance. Dorothy Martin, Don Heller, June Kniser, Karl Fish, Marilyn Merkle, Bob Robinson, Sue Dunlap, Bob Gregor. we ogaf C0lfU"f Sixty-five me af ffm mm Genevieve Engelke Cliff Hoppe Ruth Solter' Janie Horz MQQI7, C6ll'L0b6!afQ6 l'l"iUQ af fAe game Sixty-six we 1950 .jwlomecoming Gddrafiond Crowds lined the streets downtown to view the colorful annual high school parade which officially launched the l95O E.H.S. Homecoming. The eighteen floats which comprised the parade were lead by the band. The Spanish Club float Won a first prize of five dollars, which was donated by the Student Council. Their caption of "We'l1 Sleigh 'Em" brought cheers from the observers. The F.F.A. float won second place. The gala affair was climaxed with 500-GOO students attending the Pep meeting and bonfire. Sixty-seven Say, "Ah Willie A,,, ........,,A....., lnner Willie ......,., Stanley A, ,,.4.... .. Mike i, ,iii,......,i.. ,. Marybelle ........, Trudy ..,,,........ lanet . was Ioe Foehrkalb lack Considine . Bill Weber Carl Hanser Marilyn Ballweg' Alice lustice Beverly Orman enior Wag K uzif jar jonigAf,, Picture three maiden aunts, the Adam sisters, who had lovingly but completely smothered Willoughby With attention and "protection" all of his sixteen years. lt is apparent now that "Inner Willie" was a play that presented the woes of a boy suffering from too much mothering. He solved many of his problems by listening to the advice given him by his "inner self." Olga ...,... .......,...... D olores Simmons Louise ..,,,,.. ..,.ii.. M ary lean Strickland Hester ..,,.... ..............,,,......,. C am Smith Carol ,,..,..... .......... L ucy Gillham Prompter ..,,.........,.......... .........., I ane Mindrup Stage Manager ,........,. ..tti......... . Ioan Long Director .....,.,t.,.,.i............ ....... M rs. Crocker Sixty-eight Row 1-Beverly Orman, Joan Long,"Do1ores Simmons, Lucy Gillham, Alice Justice. Row 2-Mrs. Crocker, Marilyn Ballweg, If Mary Jean Strickland, Jane Mindrup, Cam Smith. Row 3-Bill Weber, .Tack Considirie, Cari Hauser, Joe Foehrkalb. K izbrezideal My fo .sjmiiv Row 1--Rita Zika, Janet Price, Barbara Wheelan, Vera Ziegler, Karl Fish. Raw 2-Jesse Rosenthal, Marjorie Love, Mary Ann Kohlburn, Joanne Kriegc. Roy Hess, Roger Brooks, Bob Kirk, .Terry Serin. unior ,gferg This delightful comedy given by our lunior Class is the laughter-filled story of a boy, Newton, whose father just can't understand him, and a girl whose mother understands her only too Well. A conflict arises when the mothers former suitor arrives to claim her af- fections, and the neighborhood girls are dis- appointed in the son because of his social inability and passion for earthworms. When this interferes with his romantic interest in the prettiest girl in town, a conflict results to disrupt his father's romance with Nina and almost lands Newton in jail. CAST Nina Cassell ,,...,,. .. ,,,,, . . .,.,. loanne Kriege Mrs. Rumble .. .. ..., . .r ....... Marjorie Love Scootie Cassell ,,......,. .,,,i,,.,..,.,,,ii,,... R ita Zika Mr. Putnam ......,.. , . .. '... .,,.. . ..... , Roy l-less Tony Cassell ,,,i.., ......, . Barbara Wheelan Pinkie Ames , .. ....... Vera Ziegler Dunk Doyle ..,,... , , lesse Rosenthal Bing Hotchkiss . . Roger Brooks Genevieve lones ...,.. T it Ianet Price Major Todd ,, .. ..,..,, ..... . . Terry Senn T. Newton Todd T Karl l-'ish Eula Hotchkiss ,. .. ., Mary Ann Kohlburn Dr. Luther Blodgett .. .,,., .. ..,, r. .. , ....., , Bob Kirk Cfficer Ryan ......... , ......,. lim Gannon Billy ........,., ........,, ,,,., . . . Don McLean Director ,...,.,,...........,...............,..,,......,,.. ...ii ...., ,i........ M i s s Zahn Sixty more F rfff Seventy X1 1 47 4? ' X l Af Ax, - ffm? u ul, of f, ,L o 4, , 1 I . x0,ffo5x,c: 2, xr, U ,b , 0 X o. 'Ol' U-P 0 6 Jog of G, ' ' 6 af u . V 611033122325-6662690 ll N f ffl F Oiboxo be gxfkldulzjv V f f? '53, viva loX0,u,'g'0,,0P '-fJ!,B!fugpfJ' CLF -ghsotcf' t 0 0 lofzffyigogb Uougoui- tfuf 5 1 X.. f ! I 1 - i on 'N ij . frutlmg pxck up -3 Quccenme 10 Pi , 4,.,M., ,,.., , ,. ,,,,,, 21 0 12 6 6 fox the four ,ax HERM AN SHP-W ,me rmmi: and Per: KX N ,AQXXXN 21 and ai we pin was stopped de L' O9 Xmd-fielcl smog, and 181 H110 we end zone , Bottom Row--Left to Right: Bob Jackson, Calvin May. Gene King. Bob Cover, Bob Weidner, Bill Nlateyka, Jesse Rosenthal. Kent Ahrens, Jack Boyer, David Wilson, Robert Bittick, Jerry Se-nn. Second Row-Left to Right: Carl Hanser, Ronald Davenport. Fred Washington. Richard Varady, Roblee Thorpe. David Boyer. Everett Hess. Frank Twente, Jim Heeren, Edwin Henke. Emil Crook, Richard Nlueller. Jim Barton. Marvin Nlaeclge, Ronald Wadlow, Don Wilson el ' , e 1 VIA J W 1 o 4 xixefhgwihmugh the incomplete, Perrin s him? NN I G f lf E U Q ii I 1 E Seventy-thre C 1 Seventy-four Seventy-five 3 Seventy-six r Seventy-seven a Seventy-eight Photo by Globe-Democrat Seventy-nine Row 1-Coach Lucco, Clifford Hoppe, Ray Wheat, Don Gehrig, Ray Perry, Louie Perini, Fred Schumacher, Mike Newell, Jim Koch Coach Hutton. Row 2-Dean Pletcher, Bobbiejoe Scates, Bill Fiegenbaum, Richard Ridgeway, Frank Head, Don Helfer, Carl Steinman, Bob Wheat, Jack Enloe, Bob Clifton. 1950 lung i950 Cur 1950 baseball team is not to be denied a place in the annals of sports in E.H.S. They pushed ahead this season to win second place in the Southwestern Conference by winning thirteen out of their fifteen games, losing only to Belleville and Granite City. There are fourteen lettermen, six of Whom will be with us again this season. They are: Don Gehrig, First Base, Don Helter, Second gaifegaf Base, Ftay Perry, Short Stop, Frank Head, Pitch- er, Bob Scates, Left Field, Mike Newell, Flight Field. Cui' graduating lettermen who brought about such a successful season are: Carl Steinman, First Base, Ray Wheat, Third Base, Ray Claw- son, Catcher, Bob Wheat and Richard Ridge- way, Pitchers, lack Enloe, Center Field, and George Metcalf, Flight Field. For the second consecutive year the tennis team has gone undefeated. They went through the season win- ning all nine games played and were champions of the Southwestern Conference. Not satisfied with this, they kept rolling and won the Dis- trict Tourney. Two of the players, Danny Eilers and Henry Fredriclcson, qualified for the State Tournament. Eilers won his first round, but was defeated in his second. The team will lose four of its senior players this season, but it is hoped by Coach Miller that the underclass- men will keep up the record attained by them. Row 1-Loren Buhr, Jerry Senn, Frank Radecke, Bruce Kirk, Don Grebel, John Autenrieb Row 2-Lloyd Dustrnann, Arlyn Schwalb, Don Lexow, Paul Sternitzke. Pat Hosier. Row 3-Mr. Miller, Tom Dailey, Eugene Jason, Leonard Bekemeyer, William Blase. Eighty Row 1- Bert De Sherlin., Merlin Brase, Marvin Young, Robert David, Ronald Harris. Jinx Drda, Reeves Bauer. Row 2- Albert Bayer, Joe Smoltz, Earl Whited, Sammy Von Brock, Jim Arnold, Clyde Spitze, Ross Rosenthal, Coach Harris 1950 jfacl' Even though the track team didn't accomplish much this year in setting a record, they did have some outstanding runners. This season we will see seven returning lettermen taking to the cinders, and we hope they will give us an eventtul season. Last year we saw Hoppe, Smoltz, and David Mr, Miller, Mr. Lucco, Mr. Harris, Mr. Hutton. holding their own in the 100, 220, and 440, while Harris, Rosenthal, Drda, and De Sherlia made a good showing in the 880 and mile. Our "long legs" ot the team, Von Brock and Whited, gathered in a iew points on the hurdles and high jump, while Spitze, with the discus, showed us what could be done with a little power. 6006486 Mr. Miller has done more than his part this year with his commendable coaching oi the tennis team. Mr. Lucco's years here have been more than iruittul ior Edwardsville. This is proven only too well by the tine records set both in basket- ball and baseball. Mr. Harris' able coaching and leadership are responsible tor the marvelous record set by the tootball squad this year. Mr. Hutton has been the indispensable third man this year, giving his time to help both iootball and basketball. Eightyeone i em 0 0 .giafe journey i As we near the end ot our Musical Revue, the curtain talls on the most successful basketball sea- son that Edwardsville High can boast. The applause will resound loud and long as the students and taculty give their praise tor a job well done. After the regular season, the Tigers entered the regional tournament, which was held at Wood River. The Tigers emerged victors, after beating three tough teams-Granite City, Alton and Wood River. Next came the sectional tourney at Collinsville. The Tigers couldn't be beaten. The state tournament wasn't tar ottl ln the opening game, Edwardsville beat Highland. ln the second game we played Gillespie, which was favored to win the tournament. Eighty-two Photo by East St. Louis Journal The Tigers came through to win, and we were on our way to state tor the tirst time in the history o Edwardsville High School! At last the Tigers were one ot the "Sweet Sixteen." For our tirst game in the state tournament, wg played Freeport, which had been picked to wilt state. The Tigers played a tine game, but Freeport beat us by three points. The Tigers made a gooc showing, however, tor they came closer to beatin the winning team than did any other team. Going to state was quite a thrilling experienc tor the students and faculty, as well as tor the team and we are very proud ot them for making it possibl jacfd Afouf 1950-51 Baifeffaff journamenfd DOYOUKNOW?????? The Tigers opened the season with a nine game winning streak. We had better attendance at games this year than in previous years. We won four trophies this year. The first ten boys all received letters. The returning lettermen for next year are Smoltz, Gehrig, Harris, Barton, and Gregor. Butler and Newell were chosen on the South- western All-Conference team. Charley Scholl was chosen on the All- Conference second team. Ollie Willhold was chosen on the All-Confer ence third team. lack Butler received special mention on the All-State team, while Mike Newell and Charley Scholl received honorable mention. We won ten Conference games and lost only two. We won twenty-five games all together and lost six. lack Butler received the Sportsmanship Trophy at the regional tourney. Edwardsville was rated second in the state tourney by many reporters. Mike Newell won the Free Throw Trophy with a .677 percentage. lack Butler was high scorer of the year, while Mike Newell and Charley Scholl were second and third, respectively. The Edwardsville team was backed by one of the largest crowds at the state tournament. lt is the first time in seven years that Coach Lucco's Tigers have won a first place trophy. This is the fourth year that Lucco's teams have won twenty games or more during the season. The Tigers showed fine teamwork in using Coach Lucco's new system for the first time. lack Butler was rated fourth in the selection of prep players in the St. Louis area. QUESTION: Did Coach Lucco Wear his Tiger shorts during the state tourney? TOURNAMENT sconss Madison County Tournament EHS Granite City ...........................,.. 42 ....,.......,..... ,......... ,....... 7 l Roxana ,,..............,............,.. ......... 3 9 ..,,.............. ......,, 4 9 Ist place Wood River ...............,.........,....... 52 .. .,,.. ,..,,.. ..., ..,..... 5 7 Christmas Tournament EHS lohnson City ,...... ...............,,.,.. 6 2 ..,,.. ...........,.... .,...... 5 9 Wood River .......,.,.......,............... 42 ...,,................. ....... 3 4 Regional Tournament EHS Granite City ........,,,.,............... . 22 ......,....,........... ........ 3 5 lst place Alton ,, ...., ........,,.......,,..............,....... 3 7 .... .............. ........ 4 3 Wood River ...................,............. 46 ................,,..... ........ 4 8 Sectional Tournament EHS Highland . .. , .... ...... ...,,......,,,,. 4 8 ...................,,.. ........ 7 2 lst place Gillespie .... .. .,.,,.,................,..... 36 State Tournament EHS Freeport . . . , 67 CHEERLEADERS We were very fortunate this year in having not only a championship basketball team, but also outstanding cheerleaders. The cheer-- leaders for this year were Glenda Weber, Pat Keller, Dorothy Martin, Ann Trares, and Lucy Gillham. They have done a fine job of leading the yells and keeping the school spirit of fans and team members at its highest pitch. Leota Piazzi, Sandra Lerch, and Ann Hosier also did a good job as second team cheers leaders. Eighty three Eigh fy-four Take A Peek Step Right Up Fred -- Reading? Eager Beavers ' s 4' En Garde Str-r-ike? Hunt 81 Peck Dietrich's Harem The Thing? Between Reels Eighty-five I 1 Eighty-six Noon-time Stroll VVh0's Ahead? Cutie Mr. lk Mrs. Oh You Kids! Quite a Load Big: Wheels Rum Sz Coca Cola Bashful Bog' Umm, Good! Marie Antoineite? When We Were Young You Name It! Twins? O00-la-la! Dead End Kids A Big Bunch of Schmoos Eighty-seven ALEXAN DER, GERALD Class Pres. 2 Math. Club 3, 4 ARTI-I, AUDREY FHA 1, 2, 3, 4 Hi Tri 1, 2, 3, 4 Movie Operator 3, 4 GAA 1, 2, 3 Jr. Sr. Prom Com. BAESER, MARLENE Chorus 1, 3, 4 Hi Tri 3 Music Club 1 BALLVVEG, MARILYN GAA 1, 2, 3, 4 Sportshead 3 Pres. 4 Hi Tri 1, 2, 3, 4 Hi Tri Council 4 Vice Pres. 4 Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4 Operetta 2, 3 Spanish Club 1, 2 Pres. 2 Junior Play Yearbook Editor 4 Jr. Sr. Prom Com. Dramatics Club 4 Pep Club 4 Homecoming Attendant 4 Music Club 1 Senior Play BALSTER. LAURA JEAN Band 1, 2, 3, 4 Hi Tri 1, 2, 3, 4 Dramatics Club 4 Music Club 1, 2, 3 BARRY, JAMES Hi Y 1, 2, 3, 4 Band 1, 2 BAUER, REEVES Football 3, 4 Track 3, 4 Hi Y 2, 3, 4 Latin Club 1, 2 Chorus 2, 3 BAYER, ALBERT Football 1, 2, 3, 4 Track 1, 2, 3, 4 Chorus 1, 2 Operetta 2 Baseball 3 BEKEMEYER, LEONARD Lutheran High 1, 2, 3 Hi Y 4 Dramatics Club 4 A Cappella Choir 4 Tennis 4 Pep Club 4 Eighty-eight .gnclex .70 enior .fgcfiuifiefn BERLEMANN. PAT GAA 1, 2, 3, 4 Hi Tri 1, 2, 3, 4 Class Officer 1 Student Council 1 Cheerleader 1 Dramatics Club 4 Chorus 1, 2 Tiger Times 4 Tiger Ad Staff 4 Pep Club 4 Office Girl 4 BESS, BEVERLY Hillsboro 1 FHA 2 Hi Tri 2, 3, 4 BLASE, WILLIAM Lutheran High 1, 2, 3 Hi Y 4 Dramatics Club 4 Tennis 4 BRASE, DORIS Hi Tri 1, 2, 3, 4 Music Club 1, 2, 3 Class Officer 3 Chorus, 1, 2 Jr. Sr. Prom Com. FHA 2 Commercial Club 4 BRIDWELL, CATI-IRYN Hi Tri 1, 2, 3, 4 FHA 1 GAA 1 Library Club 1 Dramatics Club 4 Pep Club 4 BROVVN, NANCY Lincoln 1, 2, 3 FHA 4 Science Club 4 BUTLER, JACK Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4 Science Club 3, 4 Hi Y 1, 2, 3, 4 Vice Pres. 4 Student Council 2, Pres. 4 Jr. Sr. Prom Com. Junior Play Letterman's Club 2 Movie Operator 1, Handbook Com. 3 CARLIN, ARLENE Hi Tri 1, 2, 3, 4 Dramatics 4 Pep Club 4 Library Club 1 Chorus 1, 2, 4 Science Club 3 CONSIDINE, JACK Hi Y 1, 2, 3, 4 Science Club 3 Junior Play Yearbook Staff 4 Dramatics Club 4 Senior Play 3,4 2 COOPER, JACKIE GAA 1, 2 Latin Club 1 Hi Tri 1, 2, 3, 4 Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4 Dramatics Club 4 Tiger Times Staff 4 DAIBER. VICTOR Band 1, 2, 3, 4 FFA 1, 2, 3, 4 Sentinel 3 Hi Y 3, 4 Dramatics Club 4 Junior Play DAVIS, BETTY FHA 1 Hi Tri 1, 2, 3, 4 Library Club 2 GAA 1 DAVIS, LENORA Hi Tri 1, 2, 3, 4 FHA 1, 2, 3, 4 Tiger Times Staff 4 DEEI-IAN, ALICE Cushing, Oklahoma 1 GAA 2, 3 FHA 2, 3, 4 Secretary 3 Hi Tri 2, 3, 4 Hi Tri Council 4 Treasurer 4 Band 2, 3, 4 Treasurer 3 Office Girl 4 DETERMAN, JANICE Hi Tri 1, 2, 3, 4 FHA 1, 2, 3, 4 Chorus 2, 3 Jr. Sr. Prom Com. FTA 2 Tiger Times Staff 4 DOEBLIN. DONNA California 2 Hi Tri 1, 3, 4 Hi Tri Council 4 President 4 GAA 1 Dramatics Club 4 Chorus 1 DORSEY, SIAM FFA 2, 3, 4 Hi Y 3, 4 DUSTMIANN, KENNY Hi Y 2, 3, 4 Photography 3 FFA 4 DUSTMANN, MARLENE Commerical Club 4 Pres. 4 Office Girl 4 DUSTMANN, BOB Latin Club 2, 3, 4 Hi Y 2, 3, 4 Jr. Sr. Prom Com. ENGELKE, GENEVIEVE GAA 1, 2 Chorus 2, 4 Latin Club 2 Hi Tri 1, 2, 3, 4 Pres. 1 Commercial Club 4 Office Girl 4 Homecoming Queen 4 Tiger Sales Staff 4 EAIRES, DOROTI-IY Marine 1, 2, 3 Chorus 4 Hi Tri 4 EIRNI-IABER, GERALD Latin Club 1, 2 Movie Operator 3, 4 A Cappella Choir 4 Tiger Times Editor 4 ELAGG, NORMAN Science Club 1, 2 Photography Club 3 Hi Y 2, 3, 4 Track 2, 3, 4 ELEMING, BEVERLY EOEI-IRKALB, JOE Football 1, 2, 3 Wrestling 2 Hi Y 1, 2, 3, 4 Treasurer 2 Pres. 3, 4 Hi Y Council 3, 4 Pres. 4 Jr. Sr. Prom Corn. Dramatics Club 4 Pep Club 4 Football Manager 4 Student Council 1, 2, 3 4 Vice Pres. 4 Tiger Staff 4 Senior Play FORD, BOB Hi Y 1, 2, 3, 4 Chorus 2, 3, 4 Football 3 GASS, BILL Chorus 1, 2 A Cappella Choir 3, 4 I Operetta 2, 3 Music Club 2, 3 , FFA 1 Class Officer 3 French Club 3, 4 Sec. Treas. 3 Dramatics 4 Photography Club Jr. Sr. Prom Com. GARDE, JERRY Wrestling 1 FFA 1, 2, 3, 4 Sec. 3 Pres. 4 Hi Y 4 GENT, MARGARET GRINSTEAD, BILLY I-IOPPE, CLIFFORD LADD, JIM Chorus 1, 2 GAA 1, 2, 3, 4 GEORGE, JIM Football 1, 2 Track 3 Wrestling 2 Hi Y 1, 2, 3 Science 2, 3 GERARD. GEORGIA Hi Tri 1, 2, 3, 4 GAA 3, 4 Drarnatics Club 4 Band 1, 2, 3, 4 Jr. Play Pep Club 4 GIESEKING, ALVIN GILLI-IAM, LUCY Juneau, Alaska 1 Hi Tri 2, 3, 4 Science Club 3 Cheerleader 2, 3, 4 Football Maid 3 GAA 2, 3, 4 Chorus 2 A Cappella Choir 3, Pep Club 4 Dramatics Club 4 Operetta, 2, 3 Tiger Times Staff Senior Play GOFF, CONSUELLA Hi Tri 2, 3, 4 Chorus 2, 4 GORDON, JANICE GAA 1, 2, 3, 4 Secretary 4 Hi Tri 1, 2, 3, 4 Math Club 3 Secretary 4 Junior Play Student Council 3, Secretary 4 Chorus 1, 2, 3 A Cappella Choir 4 Football Maid 3, 4 Pep Club 4 Drarnatics Club 4 Operetta 3 Office Girl 4 FHA 1 Handbook Staff 3 GREENWOOD, BOB Hi Y 1, 2, 3, 4 Basketball 1, 2, 3 Track 1, 2 GRIFFIN. RUTI-I Granite City 1 Library Club 3, 4 President 4 Hi Tri 4 Lgnvlex jo enior Spanish Club 1 Secretary 1 Hi Y 1, 3, 4 Band 1, 2, 3, 4 Vice Pres. 3 Basketball 1 Class Officer 2 Science Club 2, 3, 4 President 3 I-IIANSER, CARL Hi Y 1, 2, 3, 4 Latin Club 1, 2, 3 Drarnatics Club 4 Junior Play Chorus 1, 2 A Cappella Choir, 3, 4 Operetta 2, 3 Football Mgr. 4 Senior Play I-IANSER. HARRIS Science Club 2, 3, 4 Band 1, 2, 3, 4 Aviation Club 1 I-IEAD, FRANK Football 1, 2 Basketball 1, 2 Baseball 2, 3, 4 I-IEBERER, JULIA Hi Tri 1, 2, 3, 4 GAA 1, 2 Chorus 2 Cornraercial Club 4 Vice Pres. 4 Pep Club 4 Drarnatics Club 4 I-IELFER, DON Science Club 1, 2, 3, 4 Vice Pres. 3 President 4 Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4 Letterrnan's Club 2 Class Officer 1, 4 Tiger Yearbook 4 I-IESS, RAYMOND Troy 1 Science Club 2 FFA 2, 3, 4 President 3 Reporter 4 Hi Y 3, 4 Sec. Treas., 3 Football 3, 4 Track 1, 3 I-IITTNER, PAT GAA 1, 2, 3 FHA 1, 2, 3, 4 I-IODGEFORREST I-IOLTMAN, VERNON FFA 1, 2, 3, 4 .xgcfiuified - gonfinue Football 1, 2, 3, 4 Track 1, 2, 3, 4 Wrestling 2 Baseball 2, 3 Band 1, 2, 3, 4 Letterrnan's Club 2 Student Council 4 Band President 3 Tiger Sales Staff A Cappella Choir 4 I-IORNBERGER, MARIAN Lincoln 1, 2, 3 Hi Tri 4 JUSTICE, ALICE Grouer Cleveland High 1 Hi Tri 2, 3, 4 Spanish Club 2 Science Club 3, 4 Sec. Treas. 4 Junior Play Class Officer 4 Pep Club 4 Tiger Sales Staff Senior Play KELLER, JACK KESSMANN, RICI-IARD Band 1, 2, 3, 4 A Cappella Choir, 3, 4 KING. MARIE GAA 1, 2, 3 Spanish 1, 2, 3 Hi Tri 1, 2, 3, 4 Library Club 1 KLAUS, MILTON Football 2 KOENIG, DORIS Hi Tri 2, 3, 4 Music Club 2, 3, 4 KOENIG, DOROTI-IY Hi Tri 2, 3, 4 Music Club 2, 3 Band 1, 2, 3 Chorus 4 KOLM, IONE Marine 1, 2, 3 Hi Tri 4 A Cappella Choir 4 KORTE, VIRGIL Marine High 1 Science Club 2, 3 Photography 4 KRUPSKI, BETTY Hi Tri 1, 2, 3, 4 Vice Pres. 1 Hi Tri Council 1 Student Council 1, 2, 3 GAA 1, 2 Dramatics Club 4 Pep Club 4 J Basketball 1 Science Club 2, 3, 4 Photography Club 1 Band 1, 2, 3, 4 Pep Club 4 Hi Y 3, 4 Tiger Staff LEACI-I, BILL Golf 3, 4 Basketball 2, 3, 4 LEWIS, MARGARET LONG, JOAN Chorus 4 Pep Club 4 Drarnatics Club 4 GAA 1 Hi Tri 1, 2, 3, 4 Senior Play MARTIN, DOT, Hi Tri 1, 2, 3, 4 GAA 1, 2, 3, 4 Sportshead 3 Vice Pres. 4 Chorus 2 A Cappella Choir 3, 4 Operetta 2, 3 Cheerleader 3, 4 Pep Club 4 President 4 Drarnatics Club 4 MARX, BARBARA Eastern State High French Club 3, 4 Hi Tri 3, 4 President 4 Tiger Tirnes Staff 4 Tiger Staff 4 Football Maid 3 MAYER, JAMES Latin Club 1, 2 McBRIDE, FRANK Football 1, 2, 3, 4 Track 1, 2, 3, 4 Wrestling 1, 2 FFA 1, 2 Hi Y 1, 2, 3, 4 Letterrnan's Club 2 MINDRUP, JANE Cheerleader 1 Spanish Club 1, 2 French Club 3, 4 Hi Tri 1, 2, 3, 4 Hi Tri Council 4 A Cappella Choir, 3, Chorus, 1, 2 Office Girl 4 GAA 3, 4 Tiger Ad Staff Drarnatics Club 4 Operetta 2, 3 Pep Club 4 Senior Play MITCI-IELL, CLARICE Lincoln 1, 2, 3 Hi Tri 4 Treasurer 4 1 2 4 Eighty-nine .gnclex 0 enior MORITZ, BERNICE Hi Tri 1, 2, 3, 4 Pep Club 4 FHA 1 NELSON, TOM Basketball 2 NEWELL, MIKE Hi Y 1, 2, 3, 4 Chaplain 4 Pep Club 4 Dramatics Club 4 Baseball 3, 4 Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4 Track 1 Chorus 1, 2 A Cappella Choir 3, 4 Class Officer 4 Operetta 2, 3 OLIVE, VERA Marine 1, 2 Hi Tri 3, 4 Spanish Club 3 Office Girl 4 ORMAN, BEVERLY Spanish Club 1, 2 Hi Tri 1, 2, 3, 4 A Cappella Choir 3, 4 Chorus 1, 2 Office Girl 4 GAA 1, 2, 3, 4 Dramatics Club 4 Operetta 2, 3 Pep Club 4 Tiger Ad Staff ORTEN, GRETA FHA 1 Hi Tri 1, 2, 3, 4 Latin Club 1 GAA 1 PEKAR, RAY Basketball 2 PENELTON, VIRGINIA Lincoln 1, 2, 3 Hi Tri 4 GAA 4 PERINI, LOUIS Football 1, 2, 3, 4 Student Council 1 Band 1 Hi Y 3, 4 Baseball 2, 3 RABUS, JOAN Little Rock 3 Hi Tri 4 Music Club I RIAFFAELLE. JOHN Math Club 2 Science Club 3, 4 Vice Pres. 3 RANEK. DOLORES Spanish Club 1, 2 Library Club 1, 2, 3, 4 Sec. Treas. 2 Treasurer 3 Vice Pres. 4 FTA 3, 4 Hi Tri 3, 4 Vice Pres. 3 Sec. Treas. 4 Jr. Sr. Prom Com. Commercial Club 4 REITER, CLYDE REITER, DALE RIECHMANN, GLEN FFA 1, 2, 3, 4 Vice Pres. 4 Football 3, 4 Hi Y 4 Wrestling 2 Ninety RILEY, BILL Chorus 3, 4 Football 1, 2, 3, 4 Pep Club 4 Spanish Club 1 Sound System 3, 4 Hi Y 1, 2, 3, 4 Wrestling 2 Track 2, Dramatics 4 ROHRKASTE, RICHARD Football 1, 2, 3, 4 Hi Y 1, 2, 3, 4 Treas. 3 Dramatics Club 4 Wrestling 2 Track 3 Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4 Operetta 3 ROSENTHAL, ROSS Football 2, 3, 4 Track 3, 4 Wrestling 2 Student Council 4 Hi Y 4 Chorus 2, 4 SCHAFER, LOWELL Hi Y 1, 2, 3, 4 SCHMIDT, LA VERNE Hi Tri 1, 2, 3, 4 Spanish Club 1, 2 SCHOLL, CHARLES Hi Y 1, 2, 3, 4 Treasurer 3 Junior Play 3 Chorus 2, 4 Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4 Dramatics Club 4 Science Club 2 Jr. Sr. Prom. Com. Tiger Ad Staff SCHWAGER, NANCY Hi Tri 1, 2, 3, 4 GAA 1, 2, 3, 4 Band 1, 2, 3, 4 Dramatics Club 4 Junior Play 3 Tennis 1, 2, 3 Pep Club 4 Vice Pres. 4 SETTLE, FRANCES Latin Club 1, 2 GAA 1 FHA 1, 2 Hi Tri 1, 2, 3, 4 Chorus 1, 2, 4 A Cappella Choir 3 Hi Tri Council 3 SIMMONS. DOLORES Hi Tri 1, 2, 3, 4 Music Club, 1, 2, 3 French Club 1, 2, 3, 4 Secretary 1 Pres. 4 GAA 1, 2, 3, 4 Dramatics Club 4 Jr. Sr. Prom Com. Junior Play 3 Operetta 3, 4 Chorus 1, 2, 3 A Cappella Choir 4 Pep Club 4 Senior Play 4 3 .xdcfiuifiefi - Confinuec! SMITH- CAM STUNKEL, Lois GAA 1, 2, 3, 4 Hi Tri 1, 2, 3, 4 Latin Club 1 French Club 3, 4 Dramatics Club 4 Pres. 4 Student Council 2, 3 Football Maid 3 Tiger Times Staff 4 Junior Play 3 Class Officer 1 Tiger Ad Staff 4 Senior Play 4 SPARKS, KATHERINE Granite City 1, 2 Hi Tri 4 Library Club 4 Jr. Sr. Prom. Com. SPENCER, DOROTHY Hi Tri 1, 2, 3, 4 Spanish Club 1, 2, 3 SPITZE, CLYDE Wrestling 2 Football 1, 2, 3, 4 Track 3, 4 FFA 1, 2, 3, 4 Reporter 2 Secretary 4 Hi Y 4 Jr. Sr. Prom Com. Tiger Sales Staff 4 STAN LEY, JUNIOR JAMES Alhambra 1 Marine 2, 3 STANLEY, ROSE MARIE Alhambra 1 Marine 2, 3 STEINMAN, CHARLOTTE Hi Tri 1, 2, 3, 4 Music Club 2, 3 Dramatics 4 Band 1, 2, 3 Chorus 4 Student Council 3, 4 Yearbook Staff 4 STILLE. MARVIN FFA 1, 2, 3, 4 Officer 4 Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4 Hi Y 4 STOCES. MARY 'ANN Spanish Club 1 Hi Tri 1, 2, 3, 4 FTA 1 STRACKELJAI-IN, RITA Hi Tri 1, 2, 3, 4 Chorus 1, 2 STRICKLAND, MARY JEAN GAA 1 Hi Tri 1, 2, 3, 4 Hi Tri Council 3 Football Maid 3 Dramatics Club 4 Chorus 4 Hi Tri 2, 3, 4 Band 2 Music Club 3 SUHRE, BOB WALKER, CHARLEEN Music Club 1 FHA 2 Science Club 3, 4 Hi Tri 1, 2, 3, 4 Band 1, 2, 3, 4 WASHINGTON, EREDDIE Lincoln High 1, 2, 3 Band 4 Treas. 4 Football 4 WEBER, BILL Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4 Student Council 1, 2 Hi Y 1, 2, 3, 4 Math Club 2, 3, 4 President 4 Hand Book Corn. 2 Junior Play 3 Tiger Ad Staff 4 Movie Operator 1, 2, 3, 4 Senior Play 4 WHITTINGTON, ANN Latin Club 1, 2 President 2 GAA 1, 2, 3, 4 Hi Tri 1, 2, 3, 4 Science Club 3, 4 Cheerleader 3 A Cappella Choir 4 Student Council 3 WIIHOLD, OLIVER Hi Y 1, 2, 3, 4 Drarnatics Club 4 Treas. 4 Track 2 Baseball 1 Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4 Pep Club 4 WILLE, ELMER Hi Y 3, 4 WILLIAMS, GEORGE Bethalto 1 Granite City 2 FFA 3, 4 Chorus 4 WOLL, RAY Football 1, 2 Hi Y 1, 2, 3 WOODS. RODNEY Hi Y 1, 2, 3, 4 Sec. Treas. 4 Dramatics Club 4 Vice Pres. Tiger Times Staff 4 Pep Club 4 Basketball Mgr. 4 YENNE, LOUIS Hi Y 2, 3 YOUNG, MARY M. Latin Club 2 Hi Tri 1, 2, 3, 4 Band 1, 2, 3, 4 Jr. Sr. Prom Com. Pep Club 4 Tiger Sales Staff A 81 B Feed 8: Seed Sfore Associafed Service ............,.,. Ballweg's ........... ....., B 84 R Recreafion ........ .,.... Bank of Edwardsville .............. Beckfold Company ...,.. ...... Ben Franklin Sfore ..,..... ...... Big Boy's Supply Co. ,..., ...... . Block's ..........,....,..,...,... ,..... Blume s .....,....,............ ...... Bob s Band Box ...,......., ...... Bode's Shell Service ...,.......... Borden s .....,.,.,,.........,.., ...... Bofhman',s Garage ........,..,,... Brockmeier, Dr. C. L. .....,..,.. . Brooks Jewelry ,... .. ,,...... , .... . Buckles Transfer ..,., , ,.... Buhrmesfers . .,.......... ,.... . Busker's Hardware ...... .,.... Busy Bee .,,..,.,.,........... ...... Bufler Chevrolef ..,.... ...... Callahan, James T. ,...,, ...,. . Cap's Dixcel Service .,.,..i...,... Cassens 8: Sons .....,...... .,.... Cafhcar+'s Cafe .,,..., ..,,.. Clayfon Cleaners Clayfon Tailoring ........ ,..... Clover Leaf Loan .,.,.,..,.......,. Cochran, Dr. Cliffon R. ...,... . Coffman, Don .....,...,........,...., Collins, Dr. Jerre C. ,............ . Cox, Dr. Wayne B. ..,......,...., . Delicafe, Dr. William E. ....... , Desmond, M. Mfg. Co. .,..,..,. . Dippolcl Bros. ,.,.....,........,....... . Docfer, Dr. Armin W. ..,..,.,... . Do-Nuf Shop ...,......,............... Eberharf Brofhers . ,..,,............ Edwardsville Cenfral Aufo Edwardsville Co.nsumers .....,.. Edwardsville Creamery Co ..,. Edwardsville limplemenf Co. .. Edwardsville Lumber Co. ..... . Edwardsville Mofor Service Edwardsville Nafional Bank Edwardsville Savings 8: Loan.. Eilers, Wilfred C. .......,..,....., . Enloe's Self Service Laundry Famous Depf. Sfores ...........,., Figge Service Sfafion agrwlex 0 .fdcluerfidem Fink, Dr. Leroy M. Fredman Furnifure ...... Fruif Service Sfafion .. Gerbig's Bakery ........,.,... Gordon-Michel Tire Co. Harfman, Harry T. .,..... . Hellrung, Dr. Cecilia M. Herff-Jones Co. ..,........ . Herrmann, Dr. C. J. ..... . Hill, Dr. M. R .............. Holiday ln:n .........,....,. Holladay, Jack, Inc ........ Home Nursery .....,...... Hoover Bros. ,...... . Hofz, Eulalia ........... Hofz Lumber Co. Hursf Ponfiac Co. ...., . IBC Roof Beer ..... ldlewood Inn .,.,.......... Illinois Lumber Co. ....... . Imber's Men's Wear ...... Jim Jones ................ ,,.. Jones Shoe Shop ......,. Kane, Edward ...,....,....... Kiem's ....,...,..........,....,... King Bee Candy Kifchen Kluefer Feed Sfore .,...... Knauel, Dr. R. I ,.,....,...... Knowles Tavern .,..... ,. ,.... Koberman News .Agency Kriege Hafchery ..........., Lad-d, Edward J. ........ Lee Shops ...................,.. Leona's Beaufy Shop ,.,. Lexow Elecfric ................ Liffle, Geo. E. Jr. Lux Theafre ..,.....,... ,, Madison Co. Absfracf .. Madison Counfy Mufual Madison Counfy Tracfor Madison Sfore ................ Marks, Lesley M. ....,.. . Marks-Weber .,...,....,....... May's Cuf-Rafe Drug .... McLean's Shell Service .. Mechanics Planing Mill ,. Meyer Mounmenf Co. .. Midwesf Loan ..,...,......... Mindrup Aufomofive Service Moore-Sfork Cleaners ...,.. Morrison Farm Supplies .. Mof'l'ar's Drugs ....,....,. , Mudge 8: Mudge ,........ . Musso's ..............,,.., . Nash, M. D., D.D.S. .......... Orman's Sfandard Service Overbeck's ..............,......... Peerless Cleaners ....... Pizzini, William D. ...,.., . Ray's l. G. A. Sfore ........., Reed, James L. ...,,,.,.,. .. Richards Brick Co. ...,.,, . Rohrkasfe Dairy ....,.. . Rosenfhal s ........... ,,.. . Rusfy's Resfauranf ....,., . Sanderson, Dr. M.S. ...., . Schmidf, Oscar VV. .,,.... , Schmidf Tin Shop ..........., Schneider Funeral Home Schneider Mofor Service Shepard, E. J. ..,.,.........,.. . Shupack's .......... ,............,, . Silverbloom ....,,.,.. . Slfe Oil Co. ...,,......., .. Smifh, Wm. M. P. .....,. .. Solfer and Kriege ............ Springer, Frederic E. ..... . Sfraube Funeral Service .. Sfrebler, A. H. ..........,......, Suhre Appliance .............. Tom Boy Markef ......... ,. U. S. Radiafor Corp. ..... . Vicfor Cleaners ..,.... .. Vogue ................., .. Wahl, Dr. E. F. , ........... . .. Wayne, Dr. M. F. .,..... .. Weeke Tobacco Co. .,... , Weir, Dr. Roberf W. ........ Wells Tire Sales , ..........,,.. . Wesf End Foods .,...,........ Wesf End Service Sfafion Wesfern Aufo Associafe Wildey ....,,,..,,......,..,..,....,, Wilkins, George T. ..,....,. . Winfer's Pharmacy ........,. Woodlawn Gardens .,...... Yonaka Jewelry .,..... .. 94 I27 II6 97 I29 l24 II3 I05 IZ4 95 I2l Ill IOO II5 l29 I30 IOI I29 II2 l05 l29 I0l II2 l0I II8 I28 IIO l2l I24 I05 98 I27 II5 IOI II9 l28 I29 II4 94 I09 I04 IOI Ill II9 II8 III II9 II2 II7 N inety-one I .w,fwL.f J -w.LMWkLl,, ,4 J 7 , x P ,vig ng' ., .AL L' L c,' L.. - X, L'f e X f' , ,' I -z-. , .- - 1 , -f r -r Q I V I, - ff , J , .- If Vx Ag, ,cf , -Ay, QM .,,,f.,.--- -- 1 I I p I QA ' . J ,V V x - -' 1 1 Y .Z .fdaluerfifierri . . . We ot the "Tiger" statt wish to express our thanks and appreciation to THE ADVERTISERS tor their fine co-operation and support in making it possible for the annual to be sold to the students at a reasonable price. Let's show our appreciation by palronizinq these friends of the "Tiqer." f .,j f' x 4 I j ' I I . 1 . 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START NOW - OPEN A SAVINGS ACCOUNT - AT THE BANK YOU'LL WANT TO STAY WITH 'AX :9 X 'Ry EDWAR TIONAL BANK AN FOMPANY x ll N 3 if 1 Qfi z etilll , it .Qt l -Q8 ,+S.,sx...? .gs xv? -nm X Member Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation Ninety-three -l-l.l-l-l-l-l-I-I-I-I-l-I-l-I compliments of MlNDRUP'S KLUETER'S FEED STORE AUTOMOTIVE FEED AND SANITATION SUPPLIES 401 ST- LOUIS ST DESOTO - - PLYMOUTH PHONE 374 Sales 51 Service I'l'l'l'l'l'l'l'l'l'l'l'fl'l' A USED CARS compliments of Phones CLAYTON New andU dC 1710 Serv' D p 310 AND FUR STORAGE Wheel and Axle A1'qnment Serv' 214 S1. Louis S1. 0 Edwardsville. 111. Dynamic Wheel Bal ' Q PHONE 177 Brake Se I JOHNSTON'S CHOCOLATES BRACH'S CANDIES Weeke Tobacco Co. J' For Fashion Firsts Compliments of See F A M O U S DEPT. STORES 107 N. MAIN ST. A KNOWLES' TAVERN Compliments of 1501 TROY ROAD Jones Bros. Shoe Shop DINNERS AND PLATE LUNc1-urs EDWARDSVILLE' ILL' SANDWICHES 225 NORTH MAIN srnnx-:T BEN AND IIM coUR'rEoUs snnvrcn TO THE CLASS OF 1951 THANK YOU! I-IERFF-JONES IS PROUD TO HAVE BEEN CHOSEN TO MANUFACTURE YOUR CLASS RINGS AND ANNOUNCEMENTS HERFF-JONES CO. INDIANAPOLIS OFFICIAL JEWELERS AND STATIONERS TO E. I-I. S. REPRESENTED BY SINCE 1928 R. L. IACOBS IACKSONVILLE. ILL. Ninety-f Z GENERAL ELECTRIC Housfnoua Avrunncss I-lave your Kitchen and Laundry planned Ioy our experienced Kitchen and Laundry Personnel TELEVISION and RADIO See Our Display of These Famous Nationally Known Television Sets! GENERAL ELECTRIC I-IALICRAFTER Black-Daylight Television The Set the Experts Buy CRQSLEY The Pcirnily Theatre MADISON COUNTY TRACTOR 84 EQUIPMENT CO. I 130 Hillsboro Ave. Phone 1760 Edwardsville, Ill. I Nty Compliments of 11' i' MADISON COUNTY GOOD LUCK ALWAYS TO THE GRADUATES OF '51 112 HILLSBORO AVE. PHONE 81 MISS EULALIA HOTZ Compliments of Your KOBERMANN N COUNTY CLERK SUBSCRIPTIONS TO' ALL MAGAZINES f 'A' PUBLISHED - ALL ST. LOUIS PAPERS MOTTAR DRUG COMPANY EDWARDSVILLE, ILLINOIS l Good Heal+h To All From Rexall PHONE 67 Nty ,1' 1- J' jf, f If W A f 1 - ' Q fl !, f9f ' ,f'f fl j W ZW' '57 My Wm! ,Ammmm f Qd ww fbcwwwmffwggbf fl v VQZ ,W 5, M,,,E'fi,,4.. Compliments Wvifwi f""'Q'U' WAN fwhggj wM""A'2fA"- Of Lug AL. M0 WWW -jf-f1J-'SAL f-Dwi., MARKS-WEBER JAM, S' .JKWQJV ,V FUNERAL HOME - DQSLWSJNUO --,w,,,,Df, 2 L,-M. lvddgyx ,kwa Mg J..-9 aw ,M--' U. rf --QW - AMBULANCE SERVICE fbi? 9' Aw, H L !!i!xJ..iJyZI'-s- J' I 'Q 50 YEARS OF SERVICE EDWARDSVILLE M QQM . GENJJLW o'u.,L.J , WMA O,,,,,9 Wu EJJML iiklf-'el 1' .f'wW.x,, y,Y.f.Arfli'ff VE MJ ,,u,J,.d,,,14 ,pc ,f-IN-KQQ 3 'EWIZH Qllfxjyiuu '5fJ'v1-- ,www 5 NW.,,.,.. P1i'6Wk5?95 ' QU- WU Nty I Compliments of BEN FRANKLIN STORE 103 NORTH MAIN ST. WESTINGHOUSE APPLIANCES Complimems of SALES AND SERVICE JAMES L. REED CHILDRENS WEAR, GIFTS Attorney-At-Law NATIONAL BANK BUILDING ' ' 'Q' TAKE TIME - TO START fmiwix sh A SAVINGS ACCOUNT N I I A 'L 50:1 f f A growing savings account provides protection and a I II.. :I I ense of security for which there is no substitution. X Start your account here NOW - enioy insured safety I ff 'M to S10i0gIJ.Qg: cand the added beneiits of regular semi- IB N I X. ' IQ EDWARDSVILLE SAVINGS and LOAN ASSOCIATION 140 North Main Street O I cl cl S C H N E I D E R MOTOR SERVICE 1320 Troy Road EDWARDSVILLE, ILLINOIS Phone 998 ak ST. LOUIS OFFICE MERCHANTS TRUCK TERMINAL 827-828-829 South Broadway CHesInuI: 2274 and 2275 Compliments of RUSTY'S RESTAURANT AND TAVERN 1201 NORTH MAIN STREET Compliments of ENLQEIS WEST END FOODS R. S. Wayne Phone 159 BENDIX SELF SERVICE Compliments of 120 s. Main sf. Phone aoz UNITED STATES RADIATOR CORPORATION C mpliments of O C mpllments of QTEK! 'I IJ" DIPPOLD BROS. FEED ,, 1 'T' Li 309 St. Louis Si. EDWARDSVILLE S I1 Q Upavkelll St O h d S150.000.00 PHONE 57 THE BANK OF EDWARDSVILLE X-., -I A+-VV-Q u W' Eng' Xiqxe H, ..-. ,551 ,- 5,i,.'x14,3 XA E gg 2511 qIf9qNqr71 Surplus ,,,-, :f!gEi,qigmi S250,000.00 w.. gg.-nl 'N-A .wg H. ' .. . ,.1,.g .: :gg-Qglrg-Fs.!:r-is 1' far iifzlzr ..i' 'ire I knew! El lim... fig: l, 5,139 ' ' .W -1- I I gf , Capital -rr 3 ?f"rS X 2 Ph 4 -., , - ---' 'f,,. ESTABLISHED I 8 6 8 TI-IE BANK for EVERY BANKING NEED L O A N S - for All Worthwhile Purposes Member Federal Reserve System and Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation MAIN and PURCELL STS. PHONE 57 One hundred two A IDLEWSESDE INN . A ' 4" A RESTAURANT AND BAR' f I , f , 1 , ,, , , . ,1 vv 5, 1 M it A X CHICKEN, STEAK, AND SANDWICHES V K1 A ff f 1 Ly,fi,f K A X 4, M, ROY EBREWSTER FRIEDA BREWSTER JIM JONES JANITROL GAS HEATING 111 NORTH SECOND ST. PHONE 132-W C pl 'ments of BUSY BEE BAKERY 218 MAIN PHONE 128 FRUITS STANDARD SERVICE 305 West Vandcrlior TIRE AND BATTERY SERVICE STANDARD OIL PRODUCTS ALL FORMS OF INSURANCE REAL ESTATE Wilfred C. Eilers BANK OF EDWARDSVILLE BLDG. PHONE 796 O hddth C 1 f o WELLS TIRE SALES, Inc. B L O C K' S SANDWICHES - ICE CREAM FOUNTAIN SERVICE Z R WIIIIIH i' 4 111 E VANDALIA STREET ' ' Congra+ula+ions and Good Luck To rhe Class of 'BI Meyer Monuments "Mark +he Spoi' wirh Beaury Forever" PAUL E. MEYER Ohddjf C pliments of i i Compliments of MICHAEL B' KANE sc:-:MIDI TIN sl-IOP ARCHITECTS SHEET METAL 0 HEATING Phone: Shop 467 - Residence 204B Compliments of 239 NORTH MAIN sr. EARL QRMAN'S EDWARDSVILLE. ILL. Standard Service E. H. SCHMIDT 201 EAST VANDALIA EDWARDSVILLE, ILL. wk if PHONE 1120 ILLINOIS AND MISSOURI LICENSED Straube Funeral Home PHONE 60 512 North Main Street Edwardsville, III. O hundred fi DR. WAYNE B. COX EXTENDS HEARTY CONGRATULATIONS C plments of TO McLEAN'S THE CLASS OF SHELL SERVICE I 95 I Firestone Tires Phone 482 - Residence 1308 EDWARDSVILLE Shell Lubrication IMPLEMENT 7 IRVEN L. BAGBY sddes - IOHN DEERE TRACTORS - service 200 S. BUCHANAN Iohn Deere Quality Farm Equipment 1601 Troy Rodd 0 Edwardsville, 111. PHONE 1121 EDWARDSVILLE, ILL. Congra+ula'rions Class of '5I BEST OF LUCK Jai Lkloffaclag, .gnu 1 CHRYSLER - PLYMOUTH EDWARDSVILLE Ohdd 'ki' ILLINOIS LUMBER co., Inc. : STILL THE BEST . 1141111 c J' Q mn 'mlloilzsi' mf Milf o mrf fum logi n, HB J .ser 'T' 'ki' 'Jule I. B. C. Rool' Beer Co EDWARDSVILLE, ILL PONTIAC 120" Wheel Base Silver Anniversary Moclel "Dollar for dollar you can't beat a Pontiacl' HURST PCNTIAC Sales Thru Service 401 N. MAIN STREET EDWARDSVILLE. ILL. CC. Ohdd A. 8m B. FEED and SEED STCRE, Inc. WHOLESALE AND RETAIL PROFIT REAPER . . A. B. FEEDS . . FLOUR . . HAY . . FEED . . SALT . . SEEDS GRINDING . . CLEANING . .MIXING o "WHERE FEED AND SEED IS A SCIENCE cl ght B 81 R RECREATION E. B. BRYANT 300 WEST VANDALIA ST. IVIAURICE R. I-IILL, D. D. S. 409 BANK OF EDWARDSVILLE BUILDING ROBERT W. WEIR, D. C. 231 N. MAIN ST. ASSOCIATED SERVICE MADISON STORE BUILDING PHONE 300 EDWARDSVILLE, ILL. Compliments of C mpliments of 'm2s.fI's.s..5 CATHCART'S CAFE if.. I- f .QINJL IMBER'S MEN'S WEAR SINCE MAY 8, 1924 C pl ents of COVERS AND BINDING OF 1951 TIGER M E C H A N I C ' S PLANING MILL BY I N C . BECKTOLD COMPANY PHONE 487 SI. Louis. Mo. Ohdd EDWARDSVILLE .A L ' MOTOR SERVICE5 X FARM MACHINERY o REFRIGEIUBVEIYION . .533.2.5,E, Tractor Service . Repairs 0 Welding ix x 5- ' , Cdmfpljments of 7 CL, M x I . . HJQQIEGE pglATCHE RlEs If TROY- ROAD fs. XSECOND AVE? . ckgw r , X f A fy ,J , X 5 CQ. Predzrgers pf X Kg K ffjpul-sfRRD, BFBY CHICKS -X r I , X 1' Q ,V PHoNE60ii L' K XA ,R f 1 N 'j ' ff.. fer.. X mf. M L. .UC lx H , x DR. W. I-I. SCHROEDER DENTIST BANK OF EDWARDSVILLE BLDG. X xx- -lkx wif! . ' 4. Compiimfnts 'offL f -J WM. M. P. Smmff f Bank of Edwardsville Building V - --Z, Compliments of W. L. ESTABROOK 107 PURCELL STREET DR. C. L. BROCKMEIER BANK OF EDWARDSVILLE BLDG. OSTEOPATHIC PHYSICIAN Compliments of I36 NORTH MAIN ST. ' EDWARDSVILLE, ILL. PHONE 272 Ohddt I I Compliments 6: Best Wishes BIG BOY'S SUPPLY CO. GEORGE T. WILKINS County Superintendent ELECTRICAL SUPPLIES Madison County Schools SPORTING GOODS AND APPLIANCES EDWARD J. LADD PH 1234 Mason Contractor 240 N. MAIN ST. . Phone 320 RAY - S 'GA ST O R E West' End Service Station I ST. LOUIS 6: WEST STREETS PHONE 1135 Meats and Grocerles EDWARDSVILLE, ILLINOIS THE BIGGEST LITTLE STORE IN TOWN ROBERT IDocI HEIDINGER 6. PHONE 58 HENRY II'IankI DOHLE Compliments of EDWARDSVILLE LUMBER CO. One hundred eleven -Zi ..1 L xx ' 'XL -V. i. . . I " t' ,af C, 1' cf ff E. J. Shepard Office Supply A .,.V1...1 ... "pp'1 . Everythlng for the Off1CC i jl ji v .,.A- . ., Q .... 108 s'r. LOUIS s'rHE:E'r - .1 ...' . v, Compliments of PHONE ess WOODLAWN GARDENS 1. H. BLIXEN 1407 sT. LOUIS STHHE1' CHARLES cchucm SCHMIDT oT'ro CBuckl HOMANN Cscar Schmid? Agency 305 N. MAIN INSURANCE and REAL ESTATE EDWARDSVILLE One hundred twelve Edwardsville Cenlral Aulo Supply Co. 'Movies are loeH'er lnc' H PARTS - EQUIPMENT - SUPPLIES l'l1an ever MACHINE SHOP SERVICE EDWARDSVILLE, ILL. PHONE 2278 106 EAST VANDALIA ST. I WILLIAM E. DELICATE. THEATRE M. D. 206.-I N. MAIN PHoNE 7 "THE FRIENDLY THEATRE" M. D. NASH D. D. S. 420 N. MAIN STREET EDWARDSVILLE Compliments of Desmond Mfg. Co. Plumbing and l-lea'l'ing Supplies 3l8 ST. LOUIS ST. Ohddtht Best Wishes Compliments of To The CIass of '5I MADISON STCRE PAPER AND PAINT CO. H60 Years on the I 201-203 N. SECOND STREET Square" EDWARDSVILLE, ILL. MARSHALL F. WAYNE FI6GE'S SALES C L D- B -ld- lover ea - ome oan u1 mg EDWARDSVILLE, ILL. Capehart and Arvin Television JERRE C. COLLINS, jR., IVI. D 123 W. VANDALIA BANK OF EDWARDSVILLE BUILDING LESLEY MARKS FUNERAL HOME A SERVICE AS MODERN AS TOMORROW . . . AS GRACIOUS AS YESTERDAY DAY AND NIGHT SERVICE .... PHONE 577 AMBULANCE SERVICE ........ PHONE 577 210 N. KANSAS ST. EDWARDSVILLE, ILL. O h ndred fourteen f ff J. W. BUSKER' and SON Compliments of BLUIv1E'S APPAREL HARDWARE 219 N. MAIN STREET 104 N' MAIN EDWARDSVILLE, ILL. EDWARDSVILLE Com . LERDYM. PINK, D. D. 5. plzments of Edwardsville Naiional Bcxnk TOM BOY MARKET Building EDWARDSVILLE. ILL. VERNON HARRIS, Prop. GROCERIES - MEATS 132 N. MAIN sT. EDWARDSVILLE, ILL. DR. C. J. HERRMANN 202 N. MAIN ST. EDWARDSVILLE. ILL. -.:-.res-.a. .. f-e..-2 .-I' , ' I 'lil-EDB' 'E D? 'EI ef: I IE-Eeffi.-E E4 af-'ax 'Z' T, 2- 5- " '-'Q 'Qi 145253.-9 FOR BEAUTY AND PERMANENCE I I-,Q 45 if ' It pays Io. build of brick ' - ! ' V 5 They do not burn nor decay 3 2 -.2 2 f. ' ' ' They are everlasting Rlcharcls Brlck Co. EDWARDSVILLE ST. LOUIS X FACE BRICK ' COMMON BRICK ' HOLLOW TILE GLASS BLOCKS ' BUILDING BLOCKS FLUE LINING ' GLASS BLOCK VENTILATORS O hundred fift L I' L . . MODERN POWER FARM EQUIPMENT' Moriison Farm Supplies . S 0 ' ,, JAMES MORRISON, JR. , .4 '4 1 ' 63.0-, 'j-5 Q .f ,- .fi A ,, 0 ,fx -, fi, I gf 'iggfhy-in? Jedi!" , " -A' .-4' :Q 1- '1- I my , 4 .100 .-Aj. , 1... 1 0 p 1 . fm' -. " 1- 1-f-f"f-k. .- : .'-fiat, - Q - . , f - 'l ' -,- f:--. 1 0 f in Q M . ff' i.. ,. ' - ' 'jf ..,. . ,.f,.- 'f' fffzfi' ".'1'.f-'-'J353"'l7'155" Wx naman' 414-::1": Q . . ' 'ph P .,.A..::g::3',,r?5F:..,-'1,g I, 3-kj W,-i . g,,.,ij.:1,5,Q ' .--I "ull ,-'Q , ,..':"h'v.f,,.- -Ji - IF' '- Q '::',,- "" I 'T' N 7f.1y'j,,.,-W ' .f' i.1L'1iQi:f'?' wi'J'i"l'j .-' , l.x',..J ,lv p' .ctf?3:bg'S"1 ,Epiw U -www' . - ,H M 4' , N. , r '.,a, Q 1- "'2" lll er if J -R 1 'H-M' H- .' :Jim . ' A 232121 . W m'f,f6'! 4',.-,. , .,,.'k.'A, -4 , 7 f 1 -' -. '.-any ,Ev RMK. ling? A Wm.-r.1 ,.1QffS4-F53 Jwijcxrfjpfigifpf ' AJ' ,ga-?L'L' n?'2'I"rr':v. N' 'f'.QM- P'-' - , ' 'M' " 'M , Q, 4 0 R . If 1 I K ,,,.gtn':,-L.wA,,x,,:..xaX'3,.-Q 7,511 'N li ' '-'5+N,,se.5ui2XL'5,,''f.ui:v..,g,5535gyZ532f1l,.,J" Allis-Chalmers Farm Equipment Corno Feeds, Seeds and Poultry Supplies DeLaval Milking Machines Jewel Paints PHONE 284 ST. ANDREWS ST. ' EDWARDSVILLE, ILL. One hundred sixteen Compu, ents 0 Compliments of 19 MJT Jin dri- GERBIG'S BAKERY JEWELRY STORE W E R E EM AIVY BODY 7-0 FIT BAKERS OF SALLY ANN PRODUCTS 112 N. MAIN ST. fm' Y 5 I-ff? F 7' PHONE 1943 EDWARDSVILLE, ILL. Compliments of CLAYTON CLEANERS King Bee Candy Kifchen GEORGE COUKOULIS 501 NORTH MAIN STREET THE PLACE TO BUY YOUR ICE CREAM AND CANDY EDWARDSVILLE, ILL. Madison Counfy Mufual Automobile Insurance Company "A SERVICE THAT SERVES" I 306 EDWARDSVILLE NATIONAL BANK BUILDING PHONE 961 Ohddt WILDEY BEST WISHES AND CONTINUED SUCCESS M T0 THE CLASS OF '51 PRESENTING THE SEASON'S OUTSTANDING ENTERTAINMENT .... IN A MODERN THE SILVERBLOOMI Ing COMFORTABLE, FRIENDLY - ATMOSPHERE Compliments' of 2' KAI 4 2'r. 5. . HarrSyQTQ-Harfman R f , RECCDRDER OE' DEEDS , K 1 MATDlSON'CCUIfILI'Y ' Ohddglt Compliments of of WINTE'R'S PHARMACY PRESCRIPTIONS OUR SPECIALTY 105 PURCELL 0 PHONE 216 TONY IANSEN. Prop. "WE DO APPRECIATE YOUR BUSINESS" 313 NORTH MAIN STREET PHONE 73 Ou Cl Service Will ' Giv Y Thai Well Groomed A czrance saws Hobby Shop Wemes In Rear Compliments of VICTOR CLEANERS QAQM., ' W if WWW WWMMKQMWM M33 lffbqlf James Jlwffgjll n0.f-omlluo ,Z-oeo-oo., ATA MMQMM Morne? moon! ,Q,g,0,,.4 MMQWMM lla ' owne s E IFF me fN'MUZfo1gomkm+Z5, AWMWQW' , ??vfq1ooQf,o4XwM,C:E"3AMT.lf'o2,m7foZ15lA7r4ll1f5t9ouHGol ff6W'amQ12Wra, iw? Pl Qd P 5 Ki' fiom, ,off-NoQo,.E,,,Q mm5gQbQ'Qs Edwardsville I BOB S BAND BOX Consumers Coal Oo. CLEANERS AND LAUNDERERS DEALER IN . Quality Coal PHONE 470 No Shrinking 0 No Fading 0 No Odor I. P A. I. MATEYKA A Laundry and Dry Cleaning Service To Fit Everyone's Purpose' ' I Compliments of Youn APPEARANCE IS oUE BUSINESS DR. CECILIA M. HELLRUNG 419 N. MAIN ST. . . EDWARDSVILLE, ILL. 112-114 S. St. 0 I Edwardsville, 111. I Compliments of . PHONE za ARIVIIN W. DOCTER, M. D. I BOHM BLDG. EDWARDSVILLE r Ax LET US HELP YOU FINANCE YOUR HOME ' THROUGH OUR DIRECT REDUCTION LOAN PLAN Clover Leaf - Home BUILDING 8: LOAN ASSOCIATION 148 N. Main Street Phones 122 and 848 Ohddt ty FE 5 Senior Lgiwff vffftf Compliments of FREDMAN BROS. 119 MAIN - PHONE 400 Jfmrmf lj-fl-22" S f pwfymw MZ ini., f if-A2 fijZ,5?'45LfLlf f f fl -441, :OV ,ff s f. 5 Compliments o LEONA'S BEAUTYA SHOP wif' W' ff ' E . frw' WZVJ fgadffvff' P. . f E' my ' 7719 7' Compliments of SOLTER AND KRIEGE HARDWARE 112 E. VANDKLIA ST. PHONE 588 , YJ ' Compliments of BUCKLES TRANSFER AND WAREHOUSE COMPANY P65 ,gina 6 XX, ,cqXL" fy!!! . L-V, l , 1 1 xkfljo 1 A VZ", Q .wily ,ivffo QVX , ff E off, ,, Q J ,W , T f Q is ,iff , ' Compliments .fof ' if U -ff lv' J , 'E 'E ff " 1 'N ivy I lx f ,I Xu' 1 YIM! . . ' 0 R, E A Aw!! .4 ml SIB m, D. Plzzlnl ' ' J fi J " ' ,-WY ' y A E .fx WHQEFPSALE DISTRIBUTOR w jf K I ,- l ff' 'I 1 f ul, A fm ' ,,. if l , 0 1 f PHONE 39 X Ohddt ty QS Ji M Congratulations to GOOD FOOD AT the 1951 Tiger EVERY DAY LOW PRICES WARDSVILLE ILLINOIS HCOVTER BRCDS. 1. C.. A. STORE For years the symbol , , MADISON AND FRANKLIN AVE. of low prlces III Edwardsvillte EDWARDSVILLE, ILL. HOME NURSERY AND GREENHOUSES ERNEST TOSOVSKY, Proprietor CUT FLOWERS ' TREES ' PLANTS ' SHRUBS MEMBERS OF F. T. D. 0 PHONE 706-R AND 1790 EDWARDSVILLE, ILLINOIS Stores at Grczniie City, Collinsville, Wood River and Stcrunto TO SERVE YOU "SAY IT WITH FLOWERS" O I d dt tyt AAHJIAY7 709' I U ' "'.Dg,,,uLZ,.fL,14-ff,-1 ' ff? A - fa-,f ,fm 'gf .27 4, , ,, WA., 1-0v',4Qf ,f"""5""""'b"'A'4""! ' Q X ,- A . 7,4-Lf". f7"54' MXL-zffr-J X411-""' '!M5'4if'- fi In - ff f l 9 'Q' A, ... NJ ,fp . A' ' 4122, ,L,,,.J ,ywgg-ffzff-4-1 ffpf-f QV fywv' ' ,'! " fv...fr ' J 'X D ' l W -' I T3- 'yjw ,Y ' ,,gQ,,M5-Q. - fffiwi' WL " 7'-fx-"' f""L ,M ,,,.,W wi yV'Al,'l14'r1?. f, .-" ll ll, ' v , Xff"'i..L' rx ' Mr ' . J" -,,,J if--ff .2 ,,,,J,,4:,f'f' , .,' ' H. -4-,H ,f,,,,.,2y , .7f'.42' ' " lf, 'fn 'fl' Y' fl !J-'ryhzf Jr,-Z Z. Nwagdfs fr AA.. f,,,,.vaf 1-1 4v-..-- , .fr Af' ' I ,-- '. Y. ,V ,-,,,. ' ff' ,'..-yy . iff,g,-.- ' 'ML 'LJ V":'V",,-. ' fy " A ,U 7 'f -f- If COMPLIMENTS AND V .ff ,..,.,' ""l'f"""'f" ' ' ,.,!.1'L'f""l"" z 5 - " - 02 K Q J OJ J ' f W ,jf W' f H 75 WKM . C9 . Y. r0 f. 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'jg , E' . fl j Lf jwfr I T, Af! j If jj fy' V ' N wf ' X 1 ,f Q, QUT f CHEVROLET f . , .N It 'T K 5 ' H 3 ff' 5 O I cl ed twenty-four' 1 HOLIDAY INN O , CHICKEN AND STEAK DINNERS 'I f , ESTHER RULE, PROP. C pl 'nenf of f ' HIGHWAY 159 I . ,'.., 4 One mile south of Edwardsville ' 'I 'I Lv? k 'I 3 PHONE 1508 BROOKS JEWELRY I-'OR THE BEST DO-NUTS 254 N. MAIN STREET IN TOWN THE DO-NUT SHOP ' 301 N. MAIN ST. PHONE 1100 Edwardsville Creamery Co. MILK ' CREAM ' CHEESE ' BUTTER " EVAPORATED MILK Grade A I-Iomogenized Milk WEST PARK AND JOHNSON STREETS FOR PROMPT AND SATISFACTORY DELIVERY SERVICE PHONES 364-365 "CONGRATULATIONS, TIGERI' 1.l O I cl cl twent U 1901-OUR 50TH Y13ARa1951 X 1 J 4 A ' Y ' A, ' 1951 Dodge Coronet ,fe A'L"4'4-4,-3, ,i 2 C' K ' v 1- I ' , If . fx QQ V - 45, "-QQ? ,Q -5 1 .... if L' 1 ,Q 2,1 if ' ' sf ,gig ' l f X r ff M' 5 'L , , , wof4.,.sfQ1':'J't x4 N4 8 'M ' ' i i 5i3E5E5E5E3E5E3E35 ,11' ,A.,., WVL Q'7"'k ' - A " ' " Q , ' . k 'L' ' " o . -T'-' "M I V A in sy "f:1'1' Qigiziqiqi' l95l Cranbrook Plymouthv' A A, ' xr x I ' ' N in an Q l ' k ' ' . assens- 8m So ns , Inc. u R V I . t In 'I ZI Hillsljoro Ave. Q1 5111 ALBERT CASSENS GEORGE CASSENS ARNOLD CASSENS One hundred twenty-szx I GORDON - MICHEL Tire and Battery Co., lnc. U. S. TIRES, TUBES. BATTERIES AND ACCESSORIES 203 S. Buchanan PHONE 1180 Be Fashion Wise With Budget Buys from the LEE SHOPS SUHRE'S APPLIANCE CO. AUTHORIZED NORGE DEALER C pl'men1:s of MOORE and STORK Dumont :S Emerson Televison Sales and Service CLEANERS 511 NORTH MAIN PHONE 471 Phone 1585 Edwardsville A. Bothman 81. Sons ICQ 542A F' N 'Y our FORD Dealer X . . 2 ,A .Jw-'xx ""-QLIR V V! ,Wy fffjktfanq lf.,y'., k , 7 ' , ,C x , , - A 7 f -.QT Vx 5, til! -PJ JR I S X f ' I v -f-e if ,L 'f . ' bfi 1 K cw--' . dl -J Q X e awk if W, x I gk ll I A 6' ' W I ' f 1 I , ff-fs f fifk fha "if"f5 - QJLILV-k If uv 4 l ' WE SERVICE ALL MAKES OF CARS ' 306 W. Vianclalia St. Phone 601 'One hundred twenty-s We extend our Thanks, for the courtesy extended to us by our advertisers. - F' M' 'A' if TIGER STAFF DR. R. I. KNAUEL , CHIROPRACTOR 707 North Main Street Edwardsville. Ill ' Compliments of DON COF F MAN INSURANCE AGENCY Compliments of BODE'S SHELL SERVICE STATION Compliments of SITE OIL CO. Compliments of CARS DIXCEL SERVICE Smart Apparel for Women and Girls THE VOGUE LOANS To pay accumlatecl biIls, to purchase cloth- ing, household necessities, or to repair or purchase a car, or for any other purpose. Our aim is to help you. Have only one place to pay. We invite you to visit our office. Your business will be kept strictly confidential. MIDWEST LOAN CO. 156A North Main Edwardsville, Ill. S50 to S500 Phone 1082 H O T Z LUMBER COMPANY One hundred twenty-eight Compliments of MUDGE 84 MUDGE ATTORNEYS AT LAW Bank of Edwardsville Bldg. Compliments of WlNTER'S PHARMACY Prescriptions our Specialty 105 Purcell Phone 216 "WE DO APPRECIATE VYOUR BUSINESS? X MAX ! 6 MX., 3 DR. EUGENE E. WAHL W Ujll E if National Bank Bldg. r wlaUpCfo1n0Jif ents fjiiff !7,ff'nK Edwardsville. 111. n 0204 f U 51W Jwxlf' X gif ' 'J f ' fl X W Wifi.. DK fl M.. Maurice S. Sanderson, M. D. ,jf 3 ' fyyfw WA Bank ot Edwardsville mag. 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