Edwardsville High School - Tiger Yearbook (Edwardsville, IL)

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5- 1- I ' xi .,l Q J? X The 1952 ' TIGER T' FJ Y Cf QW QF NISTL. V L i 'f"'c?i . x Ng? ' 2 XS I-iii. LX X1 wx I T, I I I wr I 5' KL? ' t- B - --- EDWARDSVILLE HIGH EDWARDSVILLE .Q S C H O O L ILLINOIS Two -Q. --Siva ' 1. '1 :rs X. K Q..-'Q . - -X A Xkg-. ,.,.-ffyfgs ,. - X - W F-We 'X K K 5 I XY 1 k-kk Ms S , is .H Y X - . ' I K5 -K . . ,Q -.e 43 iger-195 in IT is wiTh greaT pleasureThaT we, The "Tiger" sTaTT, presenT To you The l952 yearbook. Since "LiT- Tle Eddie" is our school mascoT and an eye- wiTness To all ThaT goes on, iT seems TiTTing ThaT he ...-:--is should lead you Through 13' 1, The Tollowing pages. T 4' 4' 1, 1- This book -a book of many memories-porTrays Typical E. l-l. S. liTe, gay social whirl, school parTies, a cTiviTies, gg Teachers, sTudenTs, and classes. We have been beTTer able To Take 4.51 , , many pic- Tures, meeT all deadlines and assemble This book b e - cause of "LiTTle Eddie's" encouragemenT. A - IT is Truly your book - especially aTTer you've A worked s o hard Tor all X Those auTograp'hs. So siT back, relax 1 Q -leT "LiTTle ' A--' ' Eddie" show you Through The pasT school year in The H J 2 l952 "Tiger 5 L 1 X5 ' ll! ... Edwardsville Senior High. School, Edwardsville,Illinois Busy with The Little Eddie Finds That Work -. A11 Types and All Kinds ..- Music, Mcresirq, please-not only in the Music Room. The click of typewriter keys, hum of the sewing machines, and buzz oi the lcrthe make E.H.S. purr Q11 dcry long. x g ,J Q. 1 ' 9 if I E , J M r. Lii+le's angels Y ni www M gisamrgasn L ,.-i . . .,s. L is fff-,. Be sure ihe seam is siraighi Waich ouf for flying pariicles Five co ca' 3. Wf s 1 ,,..- Future engineers ? 7 7 ix Busy beavers Silence prevails Keeps El-l.S. Students Busy All the Time t The classes are many and varied at E.H.S. and Little Eddie enjoys every one. There is great opportunity for "hidden talents" to come to light. Let it never be said that a dull day goes by at E.H.S. L A Math Problems ,+G-Q .X f Q F' . X Q i f+ .9 lguflhg Ex I ll: , v - z L I L Efhard shows how i+'s done Q Q lt's a marshmallow world in the winter Learning About Uthers .- Little Eddie enjoys coming to school, ruin, shine, sleet, or snow. Often he sees movies, feels he is getting on cx bus cmd tcxkinq cr trip around the world. Eight lt's movietime E. H. S. All aboard tha+'s going aboard Now righ+ here is where - K MV Studymg Their -fu Nauve Lands fm . NN N,-'Wk Vvwx V I MM, 0 Q F x ' 2 I J aim d x ' W X 1 and No Play mi TJ But All Work 0 -' , 0 ,, L F3 -5 Our 3:30 l The masked gamblers Makes jack a Very Dull Why Miss Alexander ! ! ! Boy - Little Eddie Went to all sorts of school parties this year, the most comical being the Halloween party. An array of weird creations came to lite and everyone really made whoopee. XX 'l aw 8 Q. '. i, .l Q58 b .'xl'l CL Gorgeous George - - - the winner! Eleven Baske-+baIl - first Ias+ and always Q50 Even Training fm 8 ER- I .4 v Is Made Fun .... lgg ' 5 At Noon and Close of Day Little Eddie is just as starved as everybody else when noontirne comes. Starving maniacs rush through the halls to their lockers and qrab food like they'd never seen it before. There's always a mad dash to qet in line for tokens. Some have to clean up after their own cooking. kt H"s noon - - Over the hill Some one told a funny Dishes are such a chore :ss l I 1 I Thirteen Q0 N8-+- L3 U ci ,J l r , l Must be awfully confidential. Jess Things Quickly Fly Look out, the stampede is on! Little Eddie knows where to hide when the 3:30 bell rings. Everyone disreqords everyone else, heads for his locker, and then for the quickest door out of school. Comes 3:45-school is empty except tor seventh hour ond the bosketbdll boys. l Look what l've got After school workout Fourteen Lafesi sfyle in converfibles , And We Are ci? Cff on Cut Way fw j, , M Q A Wffff W-f1 iY 1 'f Y 48- -' U' ' -D' fs -n Y +9 Q 4 9,1-' The 'ff ,rl People L A A 1 U. Qt . fp Swarrns come and go each day, making the still, dead edifice known as school become noisy and very much alive, like a busy beehive. Without the many people that make the beehive buzz. our school could not and would not be anything but a cold, lonely brick building. Let Little Eddie show you the people that make up our school. ' ' : .lf "' . I , 4" 7 fl X7-1. ,- F763 ., -. .1 f """ ll-'Ll l I l ' "' , l Little Eddie says, "An apple a day , F l ' A , ' produces an Al" l I F -dv L ' -5- L Sixteen -J-1212? .--- if-ii ,..,1t.-,.-T -fe Q-V 42- Eighteen Mr. Lester Broclcmeier, Mr. Clyde Fruit, Mr. Albert Cassens, Mr. Rudolph Hans. Mr. Chester Buchta. Mr. Wilbur Suhre. Mr. William Bode. It is due to the constant hard Work of the seven non-paid school board members that our school runs on such a smooth, . efficient, and modern basis. We are very grateful for their com- petent supervision. Supermtendent of i Schools The broad warm smile which is always worn by Mr. Alexander has won the friendship of all. He handles all problems with the greatest of skill and in spite of his work, he takes a great interest in the school activities and students. Mr. E. L. Alexander Principal With the guiding hand of Mr. Brock, E.H.S. has completed another successful school year. The second semester he had double duty, acting as Dean of Boys, but no matter how busy, he always has time to talk and give advice to the students. His cheery "hi" has won the confidence of all. Mr. George F. Brock Office Activities The office is the center of many activi- Mrs. Coleta Zimmerman, with the ef- ties. Often the outer office is crowded with ficient help of Mrs. Rita Bowler the first students inquiring about lost locker keys semester and Mrs. Verna Firnhaloer the and books or securing tickets and I. D. second, has kept our office running cards. Teachers refer to the office for stu- smoothly in spite of many interruptions dents' schedules and records. from students and faculty. All in a day's work Mrs. Coleta Zimmerman, Registrar Nineteen Miss Elsie Sloan Faculty Our Dean of Girls, MISS ELSIE SLOAN, B. Ed., M. A., is always on the job. Besides her duties as Dean, she also has several English classes. Math and sponsoring the Math Club, the Carl Sandburg Club, and the Iunior play keep MISS NELLIE ALEXANDER, B. S., M. S., on the go all the time. MR. ARTHUR APPRILL, B. S., A. M., can answer almost any question pertaining io Social Studies. He also keeps a very accurate check on the athletic money. Teaching Science and Practical Math, co- sponsoring the Science Club, keeping the sound system in order, and driving a bus keep MR. IAMES LOY, B. S., M. S., hopping all the time. To supply E.H.S. with chirping canaries is the chief aim of MR. GEORGE BRIGGS, B. S., who directs the choruses and choir. MRS. ALICE CROCKER, A. B., M. A., very ably teaches English, and, in her spare mo- ments, sponsors the Dramatics Club and directs the Senior play. Parlez-vous Francais? MISS GRACE CUN- NINGHAM, B. S., M. A., does. She also teaches Spanish and sponsors the French and Spanish Clubs, besides looking after the Iunior Hi-Tri. Miss Nellie Alexander Mr. Arilwur Apprill Mr. James Loy Mr. George Briggs Mrs. Alice Crocker Miss. Grace Cunningham Twenty Faculty And the band played on - under the cap- able direction of MR. CLEAON ETZKORN, B. Mus. Latin, the "dead" language, really comes to life in MISS CARLA GEWE'S, A. B., M. A., classes, and also in the Latin Club which she sponsors. Teaching the Freshmen the fundamentals of Science, sponsoring the Photography Club, supervising the "Tiger" ad sales, and driving a bus are the activities of MR. A. M. GIBSON, B. S., M. S. American History, Geography, Current Prob- lems, and keeping the movie projector running are the "pastimes" of MISS ESTI-IER GOEDDEL, B. S., M. A., at E.H.S. MISS BETTY BATES, B. S., a newcomer this year teaches Safety and girls' P. E. She also sponsors G.A.A. Sophomore English, Creative Writing, and overseeing the publishing of the "Tiger Times" are the duties of MISS LORRAINE HATSCI-IER, B. S., M. A. If you're ever in doubt about Math, just ask MISS ELLA HELM, B. S., M. A., who teaches Math, co-sponsors the Math Club, and sponsors Sophomore I-Ii-Tri. It you Sophomores need help in Science, MISS IOAN HUNTER, B. Ed., M. S., is the per- son to see. She teaches Biology, co-sponsors the Science Club, and is the sponsor of the Sophomore Class. f ' 'ii' it Mr. Cleaon Etzkorn Miss Carla Gewe Mr. A. M. Gibson Miss Esther Goeddel Miss Betty Bates Miss Lorraine Hatscher Miss Ella Helm Miss Joan Hunter Twenty one Mr, Warren Harris Although he is no longer with us, every- body will remember MR. WARREN HARRIS, B. of Ed., as Dean of Boys and football coach, as well as Drivers' Ed instructor. MR. RICHARD K. HUTTON, B. S. in Ed., is the boys' P. E. instructor and assistant football and basketball coach. MRS. BETTY LANGE, B. Mus., acquaints the students with proper business forms in Gen- eral Business and Bookkeeping classes. She also sponsors the cheerleaders and the Pep Club. Typing and Business Math are the job of MR. A. E. LITTLE, A. B., M. S., as well as chauf- feuring a school bus. The face of MR. ICE E. LUCCO, A. B., M. A., better known as "Coach", is very familiar to the Social Study classes as well as to the bas- ketball and baseball boys. Producing a yearbook that is "tops" is the work of MRS. ELISABETI-I MILLER, B. S. in Ed., M. A. She also has Mechanical Drawing and a Business Math class. Furnishing E.H.S. with pro tennis players and skilled shop men is the task of MR. I. D. MILLER, B. S. in Ed., M. Ed. Faculty Mr. Richard Hutton Mrs. Betty Lange Mr. A. E. Little Mr. Joe Lucco Mrs. Elisabeth Miller A Mr. J. D. Miller Twenty'two Faculty Miss LUCY PARKEY, B. s., M. s., bases herself with teaching Home Making and spon- soring F. H. A. Freshmen seem to be MRS. ROSE SANDS', A. B., M. A., pets, as she has Freshmen English classes and is the class sponsor. She also co- sponsors Student Council. MR. CHESTER SEIBERT, B. S., the "popcorn man", knows all the "Whys" and "Whereiores" about Agriculture. He also sponsors F.F.A. MISS ALETHA SMISER, B. S., M. A., fills her day with Typing and Shorthand, and spon- sors the Business Education Club. To make better home makers is the goal of MRS. FRANCES TUXHORN, B. S.. M. S., Home Making teacher. MISS IANET PAAR, B. S., who is new to our faculty this year, teaches Art and Sopho- more English. With English I and American Literature classes, along with being the Senior Class sponsor and literary adviser for the "Tiger", MISS ISABEL WOOD, A. B., M. A., has little time for anything else. Our librarian, MISS RUTH ZAHN, A. B., is also kept busy sponsoring the Library Club and Freshman Hi-Tri. Miss Lucy Parkey Mrs. Rose Sands Mrs. Frances Tuxhorn Miss Janet Paar Mr. Chester Seibert Miss Aletha Smiser Miss Isabel Wood Miss Ruth Zahn Twenty three CLASS OFF xCY:R5 3 n a MCCOllerY' Judy av S Y LaVerna Vovles' 6 Senior Class History In September, 1948, a class of shy "Freshies" entered the portals of E.H.S. Little did We realize that it was here that We would spend the happiest years of our lives. From the moment We entered E.H.S. we took an active part in all sports and ac- tivities. Our Iunior and Senior plays as Well as our lunior and Senior Prom were outstanding. Finally the day came when we were Seniors. We continued to make a name for our class, but began to regret that our school life was drawing to a close. We leave the school with many pleasant memories and enter a world of opportunity. Twenty four s'oaCl4- Fred W3dtcuS Fred Witclicus Sara McCoH-ery "He's Rudolph "Neat and sweet from Vale'ntl'n.o's rival." head to feet." Judy Barnsback LaVerna Voyles "Of all the girls in "The girl with the E. H. S.--not a 'nicer dreamy eyes." one." Betty Alaeri Es+l1er Aliets Wilfred Aljefs Darrell Ar+l1 Verna Baeser Not the quiet girl you "A pleasant compan- "Science and me are "You, can send a boy "I was born to dance." think she is." ion." great pals." to school, but you can't make him think? Pai' Bagby John Balster Audrey Bardelmeier Richard Boeker Roger Brooks See my Pontiac? Can "Those F. F. A. boys "Companionable and "Just think of all the "Content to live but I drive!" really have a time." merry." time I spent in 221." not to work." Norma Brown "A redhead with a wonderful disposition." Ray Brumi'H' The world knows little of its greatest men." rf Elroy Brunnwori-h "Now I have to go to work." Marlene Buehrer "Just as sweet as she looks." Seniors L I I Q ME Twenty-five Shirley Buhr "Why worry--1'll get byj: Charles Cooper "I may look like a la- dies' man but Fm not." Gloria Burger Glenn Burlingame Jim Chisie Joe Chisie "Stubborn yet smallg "I hail from the great "My 'mind lets go a "Not e'venaToni could but I"ue got a line to top them all." Kaihleen Cover "A cheerful. companion is worth gold." Seniors Twenty-six "Full of spirit, full of "Art, thafs his draw- "They say geniuses die "I never avoid a mir- metropolis of Glen thousand things, es- produce curls like Carbon." pecially book- mine." keeping." James Culberison RlCl1al"-'l Cunningham Robert Davis "You haven-'t heard "If 1941118 to Study, OT "A lion among ladies is from me ,yet." 11098 if?" a dangerous thing." Ann Delicaie fun, and full of pep that gets things done." Alberi' DeSherlia ing point." w Charles Dieirich 'young-I must be carefulfl Jim Dorr for." Verlin Drcla LoreH'a Emshousen Iona Ernst James Gannon Don Gehrig "Women are my spec- "Pm quiet, but sweet "A diamond is the ring "If worries were the "A friendly smile for ialtyf' as sugar." of acquaintances." only cause of death, everyone-He's tops I would live forever." at E. H. S." Marjorie Gehrig Wilma Gieselzing Charles Glaser Pearl Graham Shirley Graham "Brains and ability are "Pm always good- "Nothing ever bothers "Definitely not the "Silence is more mu- a marvelous combina- natured. me." noisy type." sical than sound." tion." u Ronald Harris "Happy, laughing, bouncing boy, moth- er's pet and fa- ther's joy." ' Edwin Henlce "Did anyone call for a baritone?" Roy Hess "Everything gives way before me." Tom Hoclceii' I haven't been around here very long." Semors Twenty-seven Marlene Hofmeier Par Hosier Dale Howe:-lon Melvina Hufsfedler Carl Jason "Sincere ways filled all "I have my devilish "I live in the country, "She does her work "He really can play the her high school moments." but that doesn't with a smile." sax." days." stop me." Richard Johnson Bobbie Jones Dorothea Jones Frances Jones Bob Kirk "Friend of the people "You don't hear 'very "I like to Sing-" "Quiet in a 'nice sort of "It's a great life if you -preferably female." mulch from me." way." clon't weaken." Darl Klopmeier "A good-natured coun- try chap." Seniors s Norma KIue'l'er "She'll make a good housekeeper? June Kniser "Secure in the hearts of many friends." Esther Koch "My interest is else- where." Twenty-eight Helen Koenig Mary Ann Kohiburn Roy Koiesa 'Short in stature, but "Confidentially, ain't "Ho-humg no 'more long in common she sweet?" school." sense." Herman Lawrence Don Leach Louise Leitner Life begins when you "Neglected by the "She is our Home-Ec are in love." gentler sexf' girl." Mariorie Love "It's nice to be natural when one's naturally nice." Marvin Maedge "When should I get my truck?" Carol Marli "I like to live joy- ously." JoAnne Mafeyka "Pure and sweet." Joanne Kriege Bill Lanham "An artist-in more "Fm really not as bash.- ways than one." ful as I look." Don Lexow Roy Long "Footloose and fancy "L'lkeable guy-nice to free." know." Seniors Twenty-nine Mary Ann McCracken Warren McDonald Don McLean Alvin Meilzamp Shirley Menk "The athletic type of "I arrived here for fl "I manage things quite "Sometimes I sit and "The girl with the girl." purpose, but what?" well." think--most of the smile is the girl time I just sit." worth-while." Robert Meyer Russell Mullikin Mary Naumann Dorothy O'Connell Richard Oesierle "A quiet sort of fellow, "Beware! I -may yet do "When I have nothing "Serene and calm, and "Careful girls, you'll but nice to know." something sensa- else to do, I study." very sweet." fall for his line." ' tional." Thirty Seniors Alice Oslrowsky "A quiet, unassuming girl." Ray Perry "A jolly good fellow wherever he goes. Joan Peters "She doesn't have to pretend to be nice- she is." Dean Ple'l'cl1er "Men like me are hard to find." l Rocky Poos Barbara Powell Janei Price Ruby Renlcen Jesse Rosenthal 'My heart will never "Happiness and laugh- "One tongue is suffi- "I know people who 'fWho's the cutest boy grieve for school." ter are the main cie-nt for one like blondes." R in school and why spokes in her wheel of life." Shirley Rowlands Joyce Rupp Romance is very fa- "A future teacher of 'miliar to me." E. H. S." rr u woman." Evelyn Sackeil' go-round." Beverly Scheibal cute and Sweet and lots of fun, she's a friend to every- as 0716. Margaret Schillinger "I have good times even though I seem quiet." Clini' Schoenleber There must be hard work in him, for none ever comes out." Vera Scl1oeHle "Always out for a good time." Life's just a merry- Boblaieioe Scales "Just pass him the ball in a football ga-me and he's sure to carry our school to fame." am I?" Harold Schaberg "Watch me as a future farmer." Seniors Thirty-one Jerry Senn Joe Smolh Rosalyn Spencer Frances Siahlhut Shirley Steehlinger "It was said, 'Let there "He never goes up in "Pm always in a danc- "Full of fun and mis- "Jolliness is my pass be foolishnessj and the air unless after ing mood." I was created." a basketball." Shirley Suess Shirley Svobocla Ann Trares "Those brown eyes- "A pleasant girl with a "Come on, kidsg let's you just can't resist." pleasant way." yell." Thirty-two 4 ,Wi ,Y Y Y Seniors Shirley Vermillion "Fm sorry I was in E. H. S. for only one year, but I 'rn glad it was my last year." Peggy Walker "Did you ever hear me play a dru1n?,' Roy Warning "If Pm too busy to sleep nights, I can sleep in class." Velma Wessel "Being pleasant and always ready is her motto." chief." port." Sally Tuxhorn Christine Vaughn "Honest, sincere, and "Seen but seldom easy to get along heard." with." l 5 Barbara Wheelan Dolores White John Widener Nancy Wiecluwilt 1 Robert' Williams "Illl tell you confiden- "Giggling makes the "Give me someone to "Independent now and "A man of few words tially, she's just as nice world go Wound." argue with." independent forever." is usually the best as she can be." man." Don Wilson Merle Yates Louis Yenne Vera Ziegler RH-a Zika Mr. Harri.s's right "The best 'men are "Do you mean "A lovely queen with a 'fc-me and nice and lQtS hand man." those that say the Woolwoa-th,'s?" smiling face." of fun, a girl that's least-" liked by everyone." IN MEMORIAM KARL FISH I 934-l 951 Karl Fish, an outstanding athlete, leader, and beloved student who would have graduated this year, is greatly missed by his classmates and the entire school. Thirty-thre e CLAS Elfrieda Aliefs June Arih Margarifa Auienrieb Magene Baldridge Joe Barry Jim Bar+on Gerfrude Basi Roberf Bi'Hick David Blaeuer BeHy Bridgewaier Loren Buhr Thirty-four S QFHCERS Sam Web' Scianeider Richard Basf Roy Becke'H' Anne Bergandine Charles Blume Richard Bode Merlin Brase Elvera Burges Leona Burien JoAnn Cassens Donaid Koenig Smwh Joan Dorseg Rn piciurei n uniors 7 1 N James Close Bobby Collins Emil Crook Mary Ann Daiber Tom Dailey Nancy Daniel Darl Dellmer Joan Dorsey James Dugger Harold Ellingfon Shirley Ernsl Douglas Erwin Slranley Fincher Phyllis Flack Donald Frisse Jane Fullon Clelus Garde Helen Goerrz Donald Grebel Marian Gregor Pal Hammond Elhel Mae Hamor Willaurn Hari Virgil Heepke Richard Helmlcamp Helen Hess Jo Ann Heuer Donald Howells Kalherine Jaros Roberl Johnson Tom Kelahan Carolyn Kenl- Diclcsie Kessman Shirley Kessman Bruce Kirk Bill Klelfman Evelyn Knoche Donald Koenig Donald Kruclceberg Richard Ladd Thirty-five 1 W ,HW ,W ,N , ,, ,W ,W J Parricia O'l'lalloran Preniiss Overby Ronald PaH'on Richard Penellon Murl Peradoili Phyllis Pierson Norman Provow Frank Radeclce Roger Ranelc Dickie Reid Tom Reilly Bob Robinson Georgianne Robinson Jo Ann Robinson Jim Scaies Roger Landreih Roberl' Leiiner Tom Lischmann Wayne Long l-lousion Lowry Janis Maxey Dale McCracken Richard McCracken Jack McCurdy Kalhleen McGilvary Marilyn Merlcle Dolores Miller Marian Morrison Gloria Moil Richard Mueller Ginger Myers Beverly Neuhaus Joe Noel'rner Babs Nuernberg Roberf O'Brien Vernon Schaefer Ernogene Schmidf Bob Schneider Arlyn Schwalb Joan Serfas Thirty-sin: Earle Shaw Herman Shaw Dan Smilh Sam Smilh Arnold Sommerfeldl' Roberi' Soulhard Donald Slahlhul' Gerald Sfahlhul Marilyn S+ahlhu+ Paul Slernilzlce Maurice Slille Nancy Sline Beverly S+. John John Slrickland James Suhre Geraldine Svolooda Ann Taylor Joan Treai Frank Twenfe Roberl Unger William Vadalaloene Joe Van Winlcle Richard Varady Shirley Volrian Ronald Wacllow Harlene Wall Pafricia Wallcins Joe Walson Glenda Weber Roberl Weidner Alvin Wenlz Nancy Wieseman Alva Mae Wille Harlan Wille Geraldine Williams Waller Williams Suzanne Wilson Roy Wood Jacqueline WyaH' Roloerl Zoelzer Marjorie Zuidema Thirty-seven CLA Viffil Jimmie Ken? Xfyla D Aharl' Ahrens Delores Amisladi Lyn Anderson John Aulenrieb Mary Baird Kay Ballweg Rose Ann Barone Jerald Barron Carol Bekemeyer Colleen Bekemeyer Bolo Bell Joe Blackmore Marfha Blase y Gloria Bohm Ronald Bollinger Roy Bouse John Boyer Allen C Barbara Chandler Sh Thirty-eight Lois Brakhane Shirley Braundmeier eda Brooks Fri Jim Broshow Shirley Buicher Carol Casna BSSGTIS irley Chandler . Judy Cherry Carl Clark Levonda Clem on Dwel- sxixae We La rifle' Judy F Sophomores 44 ff? 7f-- wr.- 3' ii i 1 lvan Cliff Joey Conner Robe-rr Cover Bill Cunningham Henrieilra Cwan Kay Dalhaus Donna Daniel Shirley Davis Suzanne Dieirich Shirley Dix Donald Duclacek Peggy Duffy Sue Dunlap Lloyd Dusimann lvlarlen Dusimann Geraldine Eberharl Elizabeih Eilers Q Dolores Emshousen Vernon Erb Ronald Evans Judi+h Fiegenbaum Mary Ann Fincher Donald Flack Kennefh Flavin Nancy Flynn V Joan Foehrkalb Ronald Fosier Berry Franke Dororhy Franke Judy Fruir Virginia Giacomelli Nancy Giardina Marlin Goff Roberi Gray Carolyn Green Roberf Gregor Wilma Gusewelle H Margrei' Hairsion Gloria Hall A Bernarcl,Hanning Donna Havelka Jim Heeren Lucille Hellman Edifh Helmkamp Joyce Helmkamp Evereii' Hess l A Ann Hosier Lorene Hosfo Leona Houba ' Lesfer Howerlon Parricia Hughes Wilma Hundley . Bobby Jackson Luella Jones Thirty-'nine Harry McGowan Donald Meilcamp Mary Lou Meilcamp Marlene Meyer Barbara Moomaw Joan Mouni' June Mouni Laura O'Connell Donald Olril Dina Orfen Marilyn Orfgier Lucille Paul Leroy Owens June Pashea Bill Pfeifer Joanne Primas Donald Proil' Don Purcell Roberl' Pyle Frances Reiier Donald Reynolds Virginia Riggs Joan Rinkel Bob Ruhl Jim Rulwl Roger Norma Rohrlcasse Ruyle Genevieve Sander Bob Saiovefz Forty Aldyn Sawyer Pairicia Jones Gerald Kacer Pai' Keller Bill Kessel Ronald Kessman Jack King Paul Klueier Harry Kreuizberg Nadine Kriege Darlene Kuhn Rosemarie Landa Billie Mae Lange Virgil Langley Gayle Leonard Sandra Lercli Margarei' LeVora Elsie Lewis Paul Lizo'He Darlene Loos Shirley Luebberl' Bob Mallory Aniia Manns Bill Maieyka Calvin May Carol Schaefer Charles Scheibal Marlene Scheibal Jo Ann Schmih' Gene Schriedel Roger Schroeder Billy Schwalb Gerald Shashek Lois Sheppard Shirlee Simmons Donald Smifh Imogene Smifh Mary Smiih Jean Soden Janie Souihard Donald Soufhard Shirley Spencer Paul Srahlhur LoreHa Sfanley Dale Sregall David S+. John Riia Slracler William Sfrasen Delores Svoboda Ronald Thompson Roblee Thorpe Berry Tinor Nelson Trebing Eileen Uelsmann Maureen Uhe Harrold Underwood Jo Ann Unierbrink William Van l-luss Efhard Van Slee Loreifa Vasiloff Ja Taylor Vaughn mes Vaughn Dorofhy Veslel Waller Walker David Waller Barbara Webb Kennerh Weber Bob Wehrle Kay Weiler Ted Werner Berry Wesl- Nancy Widener Leslie Wieduwilr BeH'y Wilkening Shirley Wilkinson Jack Williams Jacklyne Willman David Wilson Mary Lou Yales Dorolhy York LoreH'a Young Forty-one CLASS O FPXCERS Paul Adams Carol Bardelmeier David Bardelmeier Mike Bequelie William Bequelle Susan Bergandine Lucille Brase Roberl' Brallen William BraHen Earl Broclcmeier William Buch Evelyn Buelwler Mary Cain Rosemarie Carvelol Mariha Cermalc Forty-two J nice Jimmie iafendle- 6 nixefv- me r Webef Freshmen Q '2 +4 'kb 1 ,ja f-4' Na.-V. A. IHA 'lvl S 1 N Verlene Bariels Jo Ann Barion Rullw Basl Beverly Bess Jo Ann Bollman Lorella Bradshaw Reid Brazier Jimmie Brendle Janef Brimbau Carol Bunle Donald Burlingame Kay Burrus Marcia Charlfon James Charlrand ' Edward Clark James Clark May Cliff Jerry Collins Rose Marie Compfon Linda Corl Donald Croak Judilh Crook Thomas Crossman Par Cunningham La Nell Davis Ray DeConcini Hulda DeSherlia Phyllis Dorsey Michael Duffy Wendell Durr Mary Ann Eclc Carl Ellinglon Janel' Elswick Frederick Evanik Donald Finke Floyd Fisher Sally Flagg Margaref Fleming George French Frederick Funke James Gagliardo Colle en Garde Virginia Garde Sylvia Giardina Donald Glaser Marilyn Gower Bobby Graham Jo Ann Grebel Beverly Green John Grinsfead Pal Haney Bob Hans Roberl' Hans Marilyn Hansel Richard Harfnagel Carole Haynes James Heberer Louis Hellman Wilbur Helmkamp Mary Grace Henke Lucille Hering Carroll Hooks Maurice Howe Larry Howells John Jacobi Donald Jason Marian Jenne Henrieiia Johnson Sarah Johnson Forty-three Gerald Mareyka Nera Mayberry Rosemary Maynard Jacqulyn McCoy Darrell McDonald Hazel McGowan Kalhleen McLean Alvin McNeilly Irene Mennemeyer Arlene Mick Belly Miller Edward Moorman Connie Myers Harold Nelson Eunice Nolfe Verna Mae Odell Lore'r'la Paoli Maurice Pa++erson Bill Penelfon Gloria Penellon Melvin Penellon Ronald Penelron Leonard Perry David Price Ronald PraH' Dale Provow Frank Prusa Dan Pulliam Nancy Pyle Forty-four Kennelh Reising Billy Judge John Jusrice Edward Kane Bobby King Charlorre King Clarence Knorh Gerald Koenig Herberr Krapf Ralph Krohn Roger Kuchra John Kuehn Johnny Lehorz Richard Lenz Donna Leonard Ralph Leuschlce Oliver Lewis Edward Lohr Kay Long Mary Jo Long Flora Lovsey Bernice Luebbers Darrell Madison Rosalie Marfia Francine Marfi Lindley Renlcen Charlene Ringering Harold Roemelin Merrill Rosenihal Mary Jo Rozum Diane Rudai Sharon Sander Richard Sasek Mary Ann Schaefer Carolee Schafer Edwin Schlemer James Schlemer Marlene Schlemer Kafhryn Schlesinger Marlene Schoerile Jane Schroeder Clarence ScoH' Palsy Senn Carol Serfas William Shaw Dolores Sharp Marjorie Sickberl Roberi Smiley Suzanne Smifh Laverne Spencer A Ilene Spernol Eihel Slack Barbara Sfeely Charles Srraclce liahn Belly Sirader Carol Sirasen Margaref Srroh meier Janei' Suhre Tommy Taylor Beverly Thomas Jeaneile Tho Janice Tillery Kay Trowbridge Eva Twenie Nadine Walker Roger Weber l'Tl6S Rosalie Weiler LyneH'e Werner Roberl' Welzel Doris Wiehe Rose Wilkening Dwain Wille Lawrence Wi Willis Wilson Sarah Wisnaski Shirley Wohlford Ralph Yaies lliams Kenneih Ziegler Jean Zoeller Forty-five I x X It I S-f"fY'N-rY'f1l I The M l A if . 'lil T Athletics jg' Many sports keep the E.H.S. boys busy throughout the year. Football, basketball, track, tennis, and baseball make up the sports agenda. Many promising athletes are started on their Way after being guided by E.H.S. sports. Fans' cheers are loud and strong at all the gala sports events of the year. So let Little Eddie introduce you to the team. fl, if f 59 ' ' y X I - H VVS 0,0 o 0' sg ,BS RS' E X X L-fi S E Little Eddie says, "Give a cheer A-j , for the E.H.S. Tigers." L Forty-six 'Z Raw 1.-Richard Helmkamp, David Blaeuer, Earl Shaw, Don Smith, Bill Mateyka. Frank Twente, Tom Dailey, Bob Sajovetz, Bob Southard, Don Purcell, Roblee Thorpe, Bob Leitner, Bill Kessel, Roger Landreth. Row 2-Richard Mueller, Bob Robinson, Bob Scales, Herman Shaw, Bert DeSherlla, Bob Davis, Verlin Drda, Ruger Brooks, Bill Lanham, Dale Howerton, Jesse Rosenthal, Ronald Wad low, Jim Barton, .lim Scates, Emil Crook, Houston Lowry. Row 3-Coach Harris, Bob Cover, Don Wilson, Jim I-Ieeren, Darrel McDonald, Everett Hess, Gene Schriedel, Ivan Cliff, Bob Jackson. Robert Hans, Bob Bittlck, Sam Smith, Bill Penelton, Kent Ahrens, Jack Boyer, Tom Grossman, Harry Kruetzberg, Harry Shaw, Bob Wetzel, Coach Lucco, Coach Hutton. Row 4-Walter Walker, Willis Wilson, Jim Brendle, David Price, Ralph Yates, Bill Cunningham, Richard Hal-tnagel, Edward Clark, Bob Pyle. Football B , , In the first game of the season the Tigers got off to a slo start, taking a beating by the Benton Rangers, 25 to 6. Try as the might, the Tigers couldn't regain much ground in the second gan ' of the year. Although the score was not too great, the much oi weighed Tigers lost to Collinsville, 12 to 6. Pat Keller, Glenda Weber, and Ann Trares certainly did a fine job in the noise making field this year. The cheers were many, loud, and strong. The second team cheerleaders, Io Ann Barton, Carolee Schafer, and Rosemary Maynard deserve a lot of credit for the nice job they did, too. Forty-eight i J The Fighting Tigers Then came the Wood River game, and the Tigers really showed that they knew how to play football. With less than three minutes to go, the Bengals went over for the only touchdown oi the game, making the score 7-0. The Gillespie Miners felt the sting ot the Tigers' claw as they tell easy prey, 19-O. The Tigers next defeated the unhappy Granite City Warriors, 20-14, chalking up their third victory of the sea- son. Really proving their worth, the Fight- ing Tigers smashed the Roxana Shells to pieces, scoring three of the quickest touch- downs recorded, making the score 24 to O. Now on a glorious winning streak, the l gr' "'lNn,r'x J f T 3 Q X O Q Q X ,,,.. Q X X Bobbiejoe Scates Richard Mueller Bert DeSl1erlia Ronald Wadlow all Forty-nine Through Every Game Fifty Herman Shaw Verlin Drda Jim Ballon Dale Howerton Bob Davus Jesse Rosenthal To A Glorious End Bengals played the perfect homecoming game, defeating Alton, 20-19 in the last minutes of play. Thus they ended, for the first time since 1941, A1ton's football supremacy over Edwardsville. Besides being the first team to score more than two touchdowns against Staunton, the Tigers chewed up the Bulldogs, 33-21. Chalking up their seventh straight victory of the season, the Bengals defeated Springfield Lanphier 25 to 14. Thus ended a very successful season with a record of seven wins and two losses and a seven game Winning streak which has not been excelled since 1941. Bill Lanham Roger Brooks E.H.S. ....................... . E.H.S E.H.S. A....,........ E.H.S E.H.S E.H.S E.H.S E.H.S E.H.S Emil Crook Jim Scates Bob Robnnson Houston Lowry Making the Season Very Successful SCHEDULE Benton ............. Collinsville . Wood River Gillespie .....,. Granite City Roxana .......... Alton ...,......... Staunton ...,... Springfield . Fifty-two Row 1-Don Gehrig, Jim Barton, .Toe Smoltz, Bob Gregor, Ron Harris, Coach Lucco. Row 2-Don Ohl, Don Dudacek, Jim Heeren, Herman Shaw. Again Little Eddie's Cheers fffjxx f-75? X t 5 ywosiyklfg ,- Wi t T , if L E j IE M-i W-, Basketball The basketball season got started the right way with a victory over Highland, but the next couple of games see-sawed back and forth. After defeating Western, 66-37, in the Madison County Tourney, the Tigers were edged out in the semi-finals by Granite City, 50-58. ln the first conference game of the season the Tigers suffered a crushing blow from East St. Louis, 48-49. The next conference game was with Collinsville, our rivals and a state rated team, who dished the Tigers another loss, 46-61. The first conference Win was a thriller-diller over- time game With Wood River, the Bengals just slipping by the Oilers, 56-55. The Belleville Maroons were rather blue after the Tigers got Were Loud and Strong through with them, 65-51. Next the Tigers edged out Granite City in another exciting game, 48-47. Although they were behind by ten points in the last three minutes of the game, the Tigers gave all they had and clawed their Way past the Alton Redbirds, 55-53. Getting their revenge on East Side, the Tigers chalked up their fifth conference victory, 7l-60. Collinsville, the number one team in state at this time, defeated the Tigers, 43-57. The Tigers again had Belleville singing the blues, defeating them for the second time, 71-49. For their seventh conference victory the Tigers edged out the Wood River Oilers, 49-43. The Granite City Warriors were next downed in conference play by the Tigers, 66-48. For the Chalk up two more points 4 Basketball Season Row 1-Joe Barry, Bob Robinson, Allen Cassens, Jim Dugger, Don Purcell Bill Mateyka, Ronnie Kessman, Richard Penelton, Darl Dettmer. Row 2-Lloyd Dustmann, Jerry Barton, Richard Sasek, Wilburn Hart, Ed Lohr, Jerry Mateyka, Bill Shaw, Harry Shaw. Row 3--Coaeh Hutton, Bob Smiley, Merrill Rosenthal, Ralph Krone, Jerry Collins. Bob Wetzel, Darrell Madison, Coach Lucco. Throughout the Entire Fifty-three Helping lt To Be ninth and last conference victory, the Tigers chewed up the Alton Redbirds, 65-53. Thus ended the conference play with the Tigers and East St. Louis tied for second place with a 9-3 record. After defeating Roxana in the first game of the Regional Tourney, the Tigers were just barely edged out in the semi-finals by Herman Shaw Bob Gregor Don Gehrig Joe Smolfz Fifty-four Madison. One of the more outstanding games of the season was a non-conference contest with Paris. The Tigers came home with a 67-55 victory. The season ended with an 18-8 record, a very good record and successful season. The Edwardsville Creamery Free Throw trophy was won by the sophomore long shot artist, Don Ohl, with Bob Gregor and Ron Harris close behind him. Ron Harris Jim Barton Don Ohl Don Dudacek Jim Heeren A Very Successful and Prosperous Season. Schedule Highland .....,,... Taylorville ,.........., .,.... Livmqston ...,.... East St. Louis Collinsville Wood River Belleville ......... Granite Ci ly Alton ..................... Madlson ........,,........ i...c Murphysboro East St. Louis v Robinson .......... Collinsville Belleville ....,...s. Wood River Granite City Alton .................. Roxana ....... Paris .......,... E.H. Opp. 6 61 . .,,........i. 5 ss 51 48 s 44 42 48 as 48 49 47 SB ss 57 sv 47 49 66 57 43 X 71 49 Q3 43 66 48 x 53 65 N 64 52 675 55 ' Fifty-five 'Yo Yom ffl Track Although the season was not the most suc- cessful one the "Fighting Tigers" put up a very good fight in the 1951 track season. In the conference meet at Granite City they came in 4th place, at the Alton meet 3rd place, at the Collinsville meet 2nd place, and at the Wood River meet 3rd place. Cliff Hoppe was the main relay man and ran the 100 yard dash and 220. Bob Scates also ran the relays, 100 yard dash and 220 and Herman Shaw, 440, relays, and the broad jump. Clyde Spitze also did the broad jump along with the shot put and discus throw. lim Barton was the high hurdles' man, Bert DeSherlia the long distance man running the mile, and Ron Harris the half mile, mile, and relays. The Tigers, although not the first in the conference, made a fine showing. Row 1-Bob Jackson, Kent Ahrens. David St. John. Row 2-Herman Shaw, Jim Barton, Bob Sajovetz, Bob Scates, Gene Schriedel, David Blaeuer, Clyde Spitze, Cliff Hoppe, Ross Rosenthal How 3-Marvin Young, Ronnie Harris, Roblee Thorpe, Bob Leitner, Bob Robinson, Richard Mueller, Verlin Drda, Don Smith, Glenn Riechmann, Paul Lizotte. Bert Desherlia, Coach Harris Fifty-sin: Tennis The 1951 tennis season was a very success- ful one. The Tigers won five matches cmd lost six, winning two conference matches and losing three. At the end of the season the Tigers ended up in third place in the south- western conference. In the district tournament at Belleville, Don Lexow won 2nd place in singles which qualified him to go to the state tournament at Champaign. 1-le lost his first round match to a boy from Blue Island. Seven boys lettered at the end of the season. Baseball E.H.S. was by no means lacking in baseball activity. In the 1951 season hardly a Week went by when we didn't play at least one or two games. The Tigers were truly "fighting Tigers" in all the contests and emerged with a good season's record of 10 wins and 9 losses. In conference play they won two games, de- feating Granite City and Belleville, and lost four to Alton, East St. Louis, Wood River, in an Row I. Jerry Serin. Loren Buhr, Lloyd Dustmann. Row 2. Coach Miller, fxrlyn Schwalb, Don Grebel, Don Lexow extra inning game, and Collinsville. ln the first round of the sub-district tourney the Tigers were batted out by Granite City, 4-6. At the end of the season 14 players were presented with let- ters. All in all baseball is not to be passed by so easily in Edwardsville High School and is one of the most popular spring sports. Row 1-Roger Ruyle, Stan Fincher, Don Ohi, Nelson Trebing, Don I-Ielfer. Ray Perry, Dill Mateyka. Bob Gregor, Don Gchrig, Coach Lucco. Bob Bitttck. Row 2-Charles Johnson, Louis Pcrlni, Dean Plctchcr. Mike Newell. Frank Head, John Strickland, Bob Gray, Don Dudacck. Bob Scatcs, Roger Landreth. Fifty-seven C I -V Fifty-eight Q PV t 1 :Q X X .ld 3 N X 1 7 ' EQ D6-5 ao O The Activities ,pl Social life is a gay whirl at E.H.S., and there are many different kinds of clubs, one to interest everybody. Parties, 1 s and concerts are always in the making. E.H.S., truly, P GY I has never a dull moment: something is always brewing. Now ' l t' 'ties that let Little Eddie show you all the extra-curricu ar ac wi make E.H.S. life so QCIY and interesting. f A is V 1 ' - ' if s ' , - ll 9 ' , Little Eddie says, "Music Makes K the long day short and cheery." if. 'Y .-r-- N? -l, O i u Q ?'X Q N xy, if - xii-2. x N X .x J N Sixty E. H. S. Band Perhaps you are Y people who has a first period class near the band room. ln that case, you have had your morning star familiar strains. If not one of the luck ted right with some , you have certainly heard our band playing at basketball and f . ootball qames, at its two concerts, or at one ot its many public a ppearances. l r a chafiQe bibs' Qulel- O neg? , r Penelton, Donna Rae Leonard, Carolee Schafer, May Cliff, Leona Burton, Margie Zuldema. Row 2-Don Grebel. Pat Cunningham. Shirley Wohlford. Ginger Myers. Richard McCracken, Ronny Kessmann, Pat O'Halloran, Marian Jenne, Tommy Reilly, Wendell Durr. Anne Bergandine, Nancy Daniel. Babs Nuernberg, Kathleen McGilvary, Betty Bridgewater, Bob Kirk, Kathleen McLean, Marlene Buehrer, Nancy Stine. E. H. S. Band According to the director, Mr. Etzkorn, this year's band is one of the best E.H.S. has ever had. There are 75 members in the first band and 31 members in the second. There is also a pep band that con- sists ot members selected by the director from the first band. This band played at several basketball games. The band members again enjoyed their annual trip. J 4 P ,Q J They "look" industrious '-x.f'- 'll I J ts., Row 3-Margarita Autenrieb, Jo Ann Cassens. Jim Dorr, Sarah Johnson, Betty Tinor, Gloria Bohm, Jim Close, John Autenrieb, Bill Shaw, Ronny Patton, Bill Pfeiier, Richard Sasek, Taylor Vaughn, Bill Buch, David Price, Jimmy Brendle, Edward Kane, Don Jason. Elsie Lewis, Harold Ellington, Bill Schwalb, Allen Cassens, Roy Beckett, Carl Jason, Reid Brazier. David NValter. Row 4-Hulda DeSherlia. Peggy VValker, Jacqulyn McCoy, Alice Ostrowsky. Warren McDonald, Laura O'Conne1l, Patsy Senn, Jerry Collins, Bill Bratten, Richard Hartnagel. Bob Pyle, Melvin Penelton, Roger Brooks, Roy Wood. Don Finke, Bob Hans, Bob Bratten, Lucille Brase, Phyllis Dorsey, Eunice Nolte, Verlin Drda, Earl Shaw, Bob Wvetzel, Gayle Leonard, Gerry Shashek. Sixty-one 0 Row 1-Virginia Wayne, Sue Dunlap, Ann Taylor, Shirley Menk. Evelyn Knoche, Joan Dorsey, Shirley Suess, Helen Goertz, Dolores White, Marlel Scheibal, Ginger Myers, Row 2-Mr. Etzkorn, Joanne Kriege, Beverly Neuhaus, Margie Love, Georgianne Robinson, Marlene Hofmeier, Shirley Rowlands, Wilma Giesekln Mary Lou Meikamp, Mr. Briggs. Row 3-Velma Wessel, Jay Blackmore, Bob Schneider. Donald Flack, David Walter. Virgil Heepke, Joan Rinkel. Row 4-June Kniser, Jack Mccurdy, Clint Schoenleber, Herman Shaw, Edwin Henke. Ted Werner, Donna Havelka. Vocal Music lo 04555532 sv q-f vi -I 11 X 1 ' ,xo K 1 Qe . Sixty-two Have you ever wondered Why we have been favored with so much music this year? The reason is that the choruses are composed of one hundred eighty members. They are divided into five different groups-three girls' chorusesg one mixed chorus: and the special chorus, the A Cappella Choir. Mr. Briggs Directing the Freshman Chorus Iv PL 4 li . s m 'I "tx M The enjoyable special programs they have presented are "Olde Tyme Concerte" given by A Cappella Choir and the Christmas Concert given by all groups except the Freshman Chorus. The choir also gave a program of Lenten music for which they wore their new gold satin stoles over their robes. All the choruses took part in the Southwestern Spring Festival which was held in Alton. Mr, Efzkorn an d Mr, Bri 995 Sixty-three it The Tiger Staff The Tiger Staff was organized in May ot our Iunior year. The new stdtt considered the selec- tion of the "Little Eddie" theme cmd plcmned CI rough dummy ot their publication to come off the press one year letter. We Worked through the yegn-selling ods, Writing copy, tcrking pictures, ond planning the different pages- until the completed dummy -Wors turned over to the printer on April l. The entire process was CI long grind but also or lot of fun. -94 Elm P ,-WA 4' "' 1- ' 2- Tiqer Editor, Ann Delicate ' J' 2 oe.-1, 1 N 'U Club Editor, Margie Gelirig Advertising Manager. Sally Tuxhorn Sixty-four Class Editor, Joanne Kriege Sales Manager, Dot O'Connell The Tiger Staff 52 hopes that you will The Tiqer Stuff of 19 is omnuczl now cmd iind it ds it joins the many thoroughly enjoy th much pleasure in s which preceded it in depicting student edition life at E.H.S. W S e Penf a Lof of Time Like Th- IS 2 1 53,5 1 5 A N Ns ell Rita Ztka Mary Ann Kohlhurn. Row 1-Judy Burnsback, Sally Tuxhorn, Joanne Krlege, Ann Delicate, Margie Gehrig, Dot O'C0nn , , d Jerry Senn, Jesse Rosenthal, Don Lexow, Pat Bagby, Margie Love, Velma Wessel. -- ib on Row 2-Mrs. Miller, Miss Woo , Not in picture Mr, G s . Sixty-five Row '1YBarbara Wlxeelan, Sally Tuxhorn, Velma Wessel, Beverly Scheibal, Jo Ann Mateyka, Evelyn Sackett, Miss Bates, Mary Ann McCracken, Laverne. Voyles, Ann Trares, Janet Price. Ann Delicate. Row 2AGloria Motl, Beverly Neuhaus, Helen Goertz, Nancy Stine, Magene Baldridge, Phyllis Pierson, Betty Bridgewater, Leona Burton, Mary Ann Daiber, Babs Nuernberg, Margarita Autenrieb, Marilyn Merkle. Row 3-Carolyn Kent, Marian Morrison, Glenda Xveber, Katherine Jaros, Marian Gregor, Emogene Schmidt, Helen Hess, Shirley Kessnmn. Joan Serfas, Georgianne Robinson, Loretta Emshousen, Joyce Rupp, Melvina Hufstedler, Joan Treat. sgxrj hone qs f 4l if Sixty-sin: G. A. A. uuiors and Seniors The Girls' Athletic Association is composed of E.H.S. girls interested in all types of sports- bctsketbcill, volleyball, softball, cmd bowling. Their regular meetings gre held otfter school twice Cx week. Row 1-Sarah Johnson, Dolores Sharp, Kay Burrus, Sally Flagg, Diane Rudat. Ann Hosler, Kay Ballweg, Rosemary Maynard, Carolee Schafer, Jo Ann Barton, Judy Crook, Pat Keller, June Pashea, Luella Jones, Henrietta Johnson. Row 2-Marilyn Hansel, Betty Tinor, Dina Orten, Rose Ann Barone, Mary Ann Fincher, Mary Baird, Ginny Riggs, Judy Fruit, Pat Jones, Billie Mae Lange, Jane Southard, Sue Dietrich, Rose Marie Compton, Shirley YVOhlf0rd. Row Be-Roselle Marfia, Pat Cunningham, Jo Ann Grebel, Joan Foehrkalb, Henrietta Cwan, Dolores Emshousen, Nancy Flynn. Anita Manns, Gloria Penelton, Peggy Duffy, Shirley Luebbert, Nancy Glardina, Carol Bunte. Kay Trowbridge, Marcia Charlton, Dorothy York, Marjorie Sickbert, Gloria Bohm, Miss Bates Row 4-Verna Mae Odell, Barbara Chandler, Barbara Moomaw, Marilyn Gower, Carol Serfas, Marilyn Ortgier, Janet Brimbau, Sue Dunlap, Lynette Werner, Linda Corl, Sue Bergandlne, Janice Tillery, Jane Schroeder, Shirley Dlx, Jean Zoeller, Carole Haynes ?x O xg' WJ G. A. A. Freshmen and Sophomores Two oi the yeor's highlights ore the initiation and the Senior banquet. Also the members that earn enough points receive CI letter czt the i end oi the yecxr. 1 Who Made Thai One? Sixty-seven l-li-Tri Council All girls of E HS a . . . re members of Hi-Tri of which the Council is the governing body. F our times a year ' ' t ' ' Join meetings are held in the q ym sponsored by the different classes. The big events are the Hi-T the Sadie Hawkins ri Weiner roast, the kid party, party, and the formal Hi-Tri installation. dn-'LUN "4 .. , fv H '1- 50,9 Qu of Q s"'V Xi? 'l.iiTEgy l al 9-ff omlflq F O Nl"": Hi-Trl Homec - l'lVlVl Row 1-Judy Barnsback.fShirley Luebbert, Sara. McCotter M y, ary Ann McCracken, Dorothy O'Connell, June Kniser, Rose Marie Compton, Lynette Werner. Row 2-Miss Cunningham, Miss Sloan, Babs Nu ernberg, Audrey Bardelrneier Emogene Sch id Jane Schroed , In t, Joanne Kriege, Judy Flegenbaum, er, Barbara Chandler, Miss Helm, Miss Zahn Si.1:t'y-eight Student Council Every Tuesday morning at 8:10 you'll see the Student Council members heading for 302 tor their regular meeting. One representative is elected from each roll room to decide policies to be followed by the school. They sponsor assemblies, bean dances, publish the hand- book, and help make the Homecoming a great success. l nv 6.0 .Q ooo' ouao l Selling Tickets for the Popular Bean Dances. ' Row 1-Patty Haney, Sarah Johnson, Kathleen McLean, Sally Flagg. La.Verna Voyles. Judy Fiegenbaum, Kay Ballweg, Virginia Riggs, Mary Lou Yates, Rita Zika, Judy Barnsback. Row 2-Robert. Wetzel, Taylor Vaughn, Bruce Kirk, Bob Kirk, Don Gehrig, Don McLean, Mrs. Sands. Row 3-Bill Shaw, Bobbiejoe Scales, Bob Schneider, Merlin Brase, John Strickland, Bob Gray, Darl Dettmer. Sixty-nine Row 1-Barbara Powell, Christine Vaughn, Marlene Buehrer, Evelyn Sackett, Miss Hatscher, June Knlser. Dorothy 0'Connell, Velma Wessel, Wilma Gieseklng. Row 2-Gloria Burger, Alice Ostrowsky, Frances Stahlhut. Louise Leitner. Loretta Emshousen, Melvina Hufstedler, Ruby Renkcn, Shirley Vermillion, Ann Delicate. Row 3-Roger Brooks, Alvin Mcikamp, Bert DeSherlia, Darl Klopmeier. O W is Tiger Times The Tiger Times is published by the creative writing class with Iune Kniser os editor. It is ct bi-Weekly publication that keeps the students Well informed about orll school functions. The class also sponsors ct Scmtct Claus letter writing contest. June Kniser, Editor of Tiger Times Seventy i i Row 1-Everett Hess, Kent Ahrens. John Jacobi. John Justice, Bob Collins, Bill Cunningham, Leslie Wleduwllt, Roger Ranek. John Kuehn, David Bardelmeter. Calvin May, Jerald Barton Row 2-Darl Dettmer, Bill Pfeifer, Ginny Riggs, JoAnn Unterbrink, Judy Fruit, Sue Dunlap, Vera Schoettle. Mary Ann McCracken, Jo Ann Mateyka. Beverly Scheibal, Shirley Rowlands. David Wilson. Dick Cunningham. , Row 3-Miss Cunningham, Geraldine Williams, Nadine Kriege, Carol Bardelmeier, Sally Flagg, Mary Jo Long, Patty Haney, Jo Ann Barton, Judy Crook, Marilyn Hansel. Eileen Uelsmann. Carol Bekemeyer, Colleen Bekemeyer, Barbara Webb, Henrietta Johnson, Mary Cain, Dorothy York, Margaret Hairston, C8.l'0l Casna. Row 4-Shirley Spencer, Maureen Uhe, Jean Zoeller. Shirley Dix. Ethel Mae Hamer, Pearl Graham, Pat Watkins, Ann Taylor, Jerry Svoboda., Carolyn Green, Beverly Bess. s,, I t l ,l x In H 'I Xl 6 if! Spanish Club The Spanish Club is one ot the most popular clubs in E.H.S. Its purpose is to make the stu- dents better acquaintecl with Spanish customs. The business part ot the meeting is carried on in Spanish, While the recreational part is spent in singing Spanish songs and playing Spanish games. There is also a Christmas party each year with the Latin Club. 'Ht the Fiesta Seventy-one F. F. A. Everyone knows that th pop corn from the new III ball and football season e F. F. A. boys sell achine during basket- , but they are also busy throughout the rest of the year. Among their activities, they entered the Parliamentary Pro- ivestock Iudging Contest so gave a party for F. H. A. cedure Contest and l.. this year. They al and a Father and Son Banquet. 'S' hments at a 5 H A. sewing Retfes ,Q P F fx. and F' Ptiotxoall Game' " l Row 1-Ed win Schlemer, Lawrence Williams, Murl Peradotti, Merle Yates Sam S berg, Roger Ruyle P , l , mith, Don Koenig, Richard Helmkamp, Don Krucke- , aul Sternitzke, Wilbur Helmkamp, Reid Brazier, Ronald Bollinger. . Row 2-Harold Roemelin, Gerald Koenig, William Bequette, Virgil Langley, Paul Stahlhut, Gerald Stahlhut, Harold Schaberg, Herinan Lawrence, Kenneth Weber, Charles Strackeljahn, James Churtrand, Robert Hans, Kenny Ziegler. Row 3-Douglas Erwin, Virgil Heepke, Bob Jackson. Dan Smith, Walter William Kreutzberg, Ha x s, Robert Johnson, Dale Stegall, John Balster, Harry rry McGowan, Roy Bouse, Jim Vaughn, Marlen Dustmann. Seventy-two Row 1-Mary Ann Daiber, Donna Havelka. Betty West, Velma Wessel, Audrey Bardelmeier, Joan Peters, Marjorie Row Row Row Row Row F. H. received standing This 3-Ethel Mae Stack, Roselle Marfia, Hazel McGowan, Eva Twente, Virginia Garde, Love, Phyllis Flack, Lois Brakhane. 2-Shirley Davis. Shirley Votrian, Genevieve Sander, Elizabeth Ellors, Lorcne Hosto, Loretta Vaslloff, Dorothy Vestel, Jo Ann Schmitt, Judy Cherry, Nancy Flynn. 3-Miss Parkey, Shirley Butcher, Norma Klueter, Dorothy Franke, Helen Hess, Mary Lou Yates, Nancy Widener, Jean Soden, Darlene Kuhn. 1-Mary Jo Rozum. Marilyn Gower, Arlene Mick, Margaret Fleming, Charlotte King, Jackie Wyatt, Neta Mayberry, Nancy Pyle, Colleen Garde, Marcia Charlton. 2-Delores Amistadi, Hulda DeSherlla, Carol Bunte. Carole Haynes, Jacqulyn McCoy, Louise Leitner. Levonda Clem, Verlene Bartels, Margaret Strohmeler. Sarah Vvlsnaski. Sylvia Gtardlna, Miss Parkey. F. H. A. A. is one of the most active clubs in E. H. S. The group the Illinois Bankers' Association plaque for the out- chapter in Section 4 for the fourth successive year. year the members had a formal initiation, parents' ii! 3 r ,, night banquet, formal installation, a party for F. F. A., and an educational trip for members with perfect attendance at all in-1: meetings. The members also took an active part in F. H. A. week, November 4-11. ir Seventy-three Dramatics Club Science Club Row 1 - Jesse Rosenthal. Jerry Scnn, Bob Kirk, Jim Gannon. Warren McDonald. Don McLean, Roy Yvarning. Fred lVldicus. Row 2-Babs Nuernberg, Mary Ann Kohl- burn, Barbara VVheelan, S h i r l c y Luebbert, Jane Southard, Janis M a x e y , Marilyn Merkle, Pat O'Hal- loran, B e v e r l y Neuhaus, Margarita Autenrleb. Row 3- Ann Delicate, Mary Ann Fincher, Sara McCottery, Janet Price. Evelyn Sackett, Joanne Krlegc, Joan Rinkel, Carol Schaefer, Georgianne Robinson. E l v e r a Burges, Nancy Stine. Row 4-Mrs. Crocker, June Pashea, Betty Bridgewater, Gloria Bohm. Emogene S c h m 1 d t. Lots Sheppard, Mary Lou Mel- kamp, Joan Dorsey, Joan Serfas, Jo Ann Cassens. Row 1 - Elfrieda Aljets, Judy Barnsback, Marlene Hofmeler. Nancy Wtedu- wilt. Miss Hunter, Marjorie Gehrlg, Helen Goertz, Eve- lyn Buehler, Marjorie Zul- dema. Row 2 - Robert O'Brien, Wayne Long, Paul Sternltzke. R 0 b e r t Bell, David St. John. Gayle Leonard, Ted Werner, Wal- ter Walker, Jim Heberer, Mr. Loy. Row 3-Richard Ladd. Paul Klueter. Marlin Goff, Paul Llzotte, Jim Dug- ger. Gene Schrledel, Bill Kleffman, Alvin Wentz, Wil- fred Aljets, Charles Dietrich. Seventy-four Probably everybody at some time or other has a desire to become an actor or actress. The Drarnatics Club offers ex- perience for these people. Candidates for membership are chosen for interpretations of different roles. Their proqrams con- sist of skits and plays. A short play, "Mountain lustice," Was presented to the student body in February. The aim of the Science Club is to create a scientific view- point toward the many incidents of our daily life. The members participated in the District and State Science Pairs as Well as the Greater St. Louis Science Fair. Their greatest project is the sponsoring of the E.H.S. Science Fair. They also have evening meetings with different speakers on interesting scientific sub- jects. The Library Club assists Miss Zahn in any work in the library, including checking books in and out. This year the members had many clever ideas for their bulletin board. Their programs are spent in reviewing books. The main purpose of the Latin Club is to make the students better acquainted with some of the old Roman customs. They take an active part in the Iunior Classical Society. The biq event ot the year is the Roman Banquet held in May. Row 1-Bill VanHuss, Fred Funke, Leonard Sperandlo, Floyd Fisher, Don Smith. Row 2 - Jo Ann Bollrnan, Donna Leonard, Susan Ber- gandine, Rosemary Maynard. Dolores Sharp, Diane Rudat. Janet Brimbau, Allene Sper- nol, Alva Mae Wille, Betty Tinor, Pat Hughes. Row 3-- Miss Zahn, Shirley Braund- meler, Shirley Wilkinson, Dina Orten, Joyce Helm- kamp, Laura O'Conn:ll Ilen- rietta Cwan, Shirley Chand- ler, Joan Focltrlmlb, Pat Jones, Barbara Chandler. Row 4 - Wilma Ilundley. Loretta Young, Marilyn Ort- gier, Phyllis Pierson. Janet Elswick, Mary Baird. Na- dine Walkcr, Gertrude Bust. Row 1-John Autcurieb, Ger- ald Shashek, Don Dudacek. Bob Gregor, Billy Judge. Clarence Scott. Row 2- Shlrley Wohlford, Rose Marie Compton, Eunice Nolte, Sue Dietrich, Joyce Rupp, Loret- ta Emshouscn, M a r 1 e n e Scheibal, Pat Keller, Peggy uuffy, Billie Mae Lange. Barbara Moomaw. Row 3- Ann Hosier, Marian Jennc, Kay Ballweg, Phyllis Dorsey, Lucille Hellman. Linda Cori. Judy Fiegcnbaum, N o r m a Rohrkasse, Bernice Luebbers, Edith Helmkamp, Jane Schroeder. Verna 0'Dell, Kay Lone. Kay Trowbridge. Row 4-Miss Gewe, David Wal' ter, Ivan Cliff. Roy Lomz, Roy VVood. Ray Brumitt, Edward Moorman. Janice Tillery, Patsy Scnn, Sarah Johnson. Library Club Latin Club Seventy-fwe Row 1 - Francine Marti, Mary Grace Henke, Nancy Yvieduwilt, Judy Barnsback. Sue Dietrich. Janis Maxey. Ann Delicate. Row 2-Oliver Lewis. Leonard Sperandio. Bob Unger. Merrill Rosen- thal, Carol Serfas, Marilyn Markle. Row 3 - Harry Shaw, Charles Dietrich, Tom Kelahan, Edward Kane, Don Jason, Miss Cunningham. Row 1-Jerry Kunick, Paul Hertcl. J a. m e s Gagllardo. Don Flack. Don Reynolds, Kenneth Flavin, Jim Ruhl, Ronald Kessman. Row 2- Slilrlee Simmons, Robert Un- ger, Don Wilson, Miss Alex- ander, Miss Helm, Roy Hess, Allen Cassens, Charlene Rin- gerlng. Row 3-Bob Wehrle, Roger Schroeder. Bob Mal- lory, Ethard Van Stce, Bill Kessel, Don Ohl, Bill Schwalb, Bob Gray. French Club Math Club Seventy-six Twice a month the French Club spends an enjoyable hour conducting the business meeting in French, playing French games, and singing French songs. Near the end of the school year they have a banquet in honor of the Seniors. The Math Club is open to all students interested in mathe- matics. Their programs 'conslst of math problems and other interesting matters connected with math that can be used as a source of entertainment and enjoyment. The purpose oi this organization is to encourage more students to enter the field of teaching. The members sponsored the program for the annual Open House at E.H.S. and an assembly during American Education Week. What would E.H.S. do without this club? Well, we prob- ably wou1dn't have any movies. The members operate the movie projector, wire recorder, and other audio visual equip- ment throughout the year. F. T. A. Movie Operators Aljets Seventy seven Row 1-Melvina Hufstedler Margaret Schilllnger Loret ta. Emshousen, Lynette Wer ner. Row 2-Miss Alexander Bob Unger, Joyce Rupp Row 1-Roger Kuchta Wen dell Durr, Bob Wehrle Bob Hans, Bob Mallory David Bardelmeier, Darrell Madi son, Paul Klueter Row 2 Don Stahlhut. Jlm Suhre John Balster, Miss Goeddel Bob Gray, Don Ohl Wilfred Photograph Club Business Education Club Row 1-Don Southard, Tom- my Taylor, Jim Clark, John Grlnstead. Row 2 - Jay Blackmore, Leroy Owens, Kay Burrus, Kay Dalhaus, May Cliff. Joey Conner. Michael Duffy. Row 3 - Roger Xveber, Roy Beckett. Vernon Schaefer, Don Stahl- hut, Lloyd Dustmann, Rich- ard Boeker, Gerald Stahlhut, Joe Watson, Elroy Brunn- worth. Row 1 - Nancy Wieseman, Joan Treat, Gloria Burger. Suzanne VVllson, S ll l r l e y Suess. Shirley Menk, Kath- leen Cover, Rita Zlka. VVII- ma. Gieseking, Row 2-Har- lene Vtlall, Dicksle Kessman, Joann Heuer, Sally Tuxhorn, Iona Ernst, Malvina Huf- stedler. Carol Marti. Marlene Buehrer. Row 3 - Evelyn Knoche, Ruby Renken, Rosa- lyn Spencer, Frances Stahl- hut, Miss Smiser, Esther A1- jets, Peggy Walker, Beverly St. John. Seventy-eight The aim of the Photography Club is to interest more stu- dents in photography by explaining some of its fundamentals. They discuss the developing, printing, and enlarging of pic- tures. Some of this Work is done in the darkroom. The demand for capable secretaries is constant and the Business Education Club not only tries to supply this demand but to give more than the minimum required of a secretary. These extra qualities include personal touches as Well as dif- ferent phases of office routine such as shorthand and typing. Their year also included parties and visits to different offices in the surrounding area. These boys give a lot of time Working on the mikes and other parts of the sound system. They enable us to hear what is going on at our different school activities like football games, dances, and plays. These are the people who clean up after us. They make us feel proud of both the interior and exterior of our school building and campus. I Row 1-Bill Buch. Charles Dietrich, Richard Oesterle, Paul Adams, Row 2-Mr. Loy, Dick Cunningham, Joe Smoltz, Dean Pletcher. Mrs. Strasen, Mr. Utechtt, Mr. Soehlke Mr. Hunt. Sound System Custodians Seventy-nine H M E M I N G N E Queen Candidates at the Homecoming Game Eighty Miss Sara Mccottery Miss Vera Ziegler Miss June Knlser This ye-ar's Homecoming was one of the most successful that "Little Eddie" has ever seen. As usual it started on Thursday night with a parade of floats decorated by the different organizations. This was followed by a pep meeting on the courthouse lawn, a snake dance to high school, and another pep meeting around a big bonfire on the parking lot. The band and cheer leaders really had a work out that night. We also had a bean dance in the gym. Royal Court Janel Suhre Don Glaser Shirley Luebberf Don Dudacelc Babs Nuernberg Don Koenig Mary Ann Kohlburn Don Gehrig Genevieve Engelke Cliff Hoppe Mary Ann McCracken Fred Wiolicus Emoqene Schmidlr Bob Schneider Virginia Riggs Bob Gray Mary Ann Eclc Jimmie Brenclle Sara McCoHery Verlin Drcla Leilana Erzlcorn Bobbieioe Scales Vera Ziegler Sharon Seiberl Ronnie Eberharf June Kniser Bob Kirk Eighty-one Announcing the Royal Court Welcoming the Alumni Eighty-two ...nil xXx f ""Qf, s 1.9, .0 12 ' 1, ' , tux Friday afternoon Mrs. Crocker's first hour speech class qave the Homecoming assembly in which they forecast a victory for the Tiqers that niqht. This came true as the Tigers beat the Alton Redbirds 20-19 in the final minutes oi play. How Proud We Were Saturday night was the big social affair of the E.H.S. year. Bob Dillon's orchestra played for the Homecoming Dance. At 10 o'clock Genevieve Engelke, the 1950 Homecoming Queen, the eight lovely maids, and their es- corts entered the gym. Then the special maids of honor, pleasing Iune Kniser, escorted by Bob Kirk, and charming Sara McCottery, escorted by Iinx Drda, entered. The fanfare welcomed the 1952 Homecoming Queen, beautiful Vera Ziegler, accompanied by the Royal Escort, Bobbiejoe Scates. We, especially the Seniors, looking back over the Homecom- ing, agree it was Wonderful. Le-'I :ana Etzlcorn, Sharon Seb ' er fl ROnnl'e Ebefhar-1. Oh, How We Danced Eighty-three t "Our Miss BYOOMS' glare 0 E. H- 5' 1 junior Play On November 16, the Iuniors presented the three-act comedy, "Our Miss Brooks," similar to the radio program of the same name. Ioan Dorsey in the leading role of Miss Brooks, a popular teacher, found the school play suddenly thrust upon her. This brought on a lot of Worries as she uninten- tionally clashed with the principal, played by Tom Kelahan, and the coach, who was her dream man, none other than lack Mc- Curdy. Ted Wilder, a popular athlete, in real life Bruce Kirk, always came between Miss Brooks and the coach. Then there was Bev Neuhaus, known as lane, who came to the rescue of Miss Brooks. lt all Worked out well as Miss Brooks even got her dream man. Miss Alexander ably directed the play. The presentation was Well attended and everyone enjoyed it since parts of it were so true to student lite. Row 1-Joan Dorsey, Janis Maxe y, Glellda. Weber, EI1l0gel'l6 SCh'l'1idt JOHN S . , erfas, Helen Goertz, Marilyn Merkle, Nancy Stine. Row 2-Miss Alexander, Pat O'I-Iulloran, Bruce Kirk, Georgianne Robinson. Margie Zuidema B Betty Bridgewater M R V .. , everly Neuhaus, , argarlta Autenrieb. ova 3 Frank Radecke, Tom Kelnhan. Bob Schneider, Alvin Wentz Jack McC , urdy, JoAnn Cassens, Tom Reilly, Dale McCracken. Etglz ty four Toasty ......,., Ioe .....,.... Pinky ........ Oqqy ..,.,.. Connie .,....,.. Ebb .,....... Flo ,......... Shirley ....,. .. Sugar Lou ........ Monica ............ Mrs. Bates ....... Dr. Pillsy .....,. Miss Ross .....,.... Cliff .......,......,.. Prompter ...,............ Stage Manager Director .............A..... Row 1-Marjorie Love, Mary Ann Kohlburn, Sara McCott.ery, Marlene Buehrer. Judy Barnsback, Ann Dcltcatc, Mary Ann McCracken Row 2-Mrs. Crocker. Ann Trares, Laverna Voyles, Joanne Kriege. Darl Klopmeier. Row 3-Dean Pletcher, Ronnie Harris. Fred Widicus, Bob Davis, Verlin Drda. Cast Marjorie Love Verlin Drda Fred Widicus Ronald Harris La Verna Voyles Mary Ann McCracken Iudy Barnsback Mary Ann Kohlburn Marlene Buehrer Sara McCottery Ioanne Kriege Darl Kloprneier Ann Trares Bob Davis Ann Delicate Dean Pletcher Mrs. Crocker Senior Play On the night of May 2, the Senior Class pre- sented "Love Is Too Much Trouble." As usual Mrs. Crocker did a grand job of directing the play. The play centered around the Poison Pot, which was the campus hangout for the college students. Toasty, the proprietor ot the Poison Pot, was always willing to help the students solve their problems. Ioe was one ol the students who really had troubles. His chum, Pinky, also had problems concerning the coming prom. Their troubles were solved in time for them to attend the prom with their favorite girls. lt all added up to a delightful comedy which was certainly enjoyed by all. Eighty-fwe Food sure fasfes good "Frencl'1ie" "Queenie" Whalr a game! Jump Jim Hold fha? line HB. M. O. C." Robinson Ooo la la I Big eafers Eighty-sim: Ann and Bob look sooo happy! E. H. S. Canary - Jus+ a bunch of kids BoHle man I+'s noi' +ha+ awful. Donny We had a "noi" Hme Boys and escor+s af 'Hue "Sadie" Eeny. Meny. Miny, and Mo Eighty-seven Wl'1a+'s my score? Comparing corsages Homecoming lime Tlwafs sclwool spirii for you B. T. O Don? spill il, Sara Thai Pepsodeni smile Eighty-eight Oh. dear. i+'s so excifing The +ransforma+ion All fhis wenf on in fhe halls ? ? ! ! Poor Al+on! I+ was like 'rhis T - E - A - M Toofless lasses Eighty-nine BETTY ABERT Hi-Tri 1, 2, 3, 4 ESTHER ALJETS Hi-Tri 1, 2, 3, 4 Business-Education Club 4 WILFRED ALJETS Science Club 1, 2, 3, 4 Movie Operator Sound System 4 DARRELL ARTH Hi-Y 1, 2 VERNA BAESER Hi-Tri 1, 2, 3, 4 Band 2 Business-Education Club 3 PAT BAGBY Band 1 Spanish Club 1, 2, 3, 4 Hi-Y 1, 2, 3 Tiger Ad Staff 4 JOHN BALSTERS 1, 2, 3, 4 Bethalto 1 Roxana 2 F. F. A. 3, 4 AUDREY BARDELMEIER Hi-Tri 1, 2, 3, 4 Hi-Tri Council 2, 4 President 4 F.H.A. 1, 2, 3, 4 President 3 Reporter 4 Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4 Office Girl 4 JUDY BARNSBACK Hi-Tri 1, 2, 3, 4 Hi-Tri Council 4 Chorus 1, 2, G.A.A. 1 Math Club 2 Science Club 3, 4 Secretary 4 Student Council 3, 4 French Club 4 President 4 Class Secretary 4 Office Girl 4 Senior Play RICHARD BOEKER Lutheran High, St. Louis, Mo., 1, 2 Photography Club 3 ROGER BROOKS Hi-Y 1, 2, 3 Science Club 2 Latin Club 1 Band 1, 2, 3, 4 Junior Play Baseball 1 Basketball 2 Track 1, 3 Football 1, 2, 3, 4 NORMA BROWN Overland, Mo., 1, 2 Hi-Tri 3, 4 G.A.A. 3 Ninety .QIICJBX RAY BRUMITT Hi-Y 1, 2, 3, Latin Club 1, 2, 3, 4 Treasurer 1 Band 1, 2, 3, Basketball 1, 2 Tennis 3, 4 ELROY BRUNNWORTH Worden 1, 2 MARLENE BUEHRER Hi-Tri 1, 2, 3, 4 F.H.A. 1 Latin Club 2 Band 1, 2, 3, 4 Treasurer 4 Business-Education Club 3, 4 Tiger Times 4 Senior Play SHIRLEY BUHR Hi-Tri 2, 3, 4 G.A.A. 1, 2 GLORIA BURGER Hi-Tri 1, 2, 3, 4 F.H.A. 1, 2 Business-Education Clu Tiger Times 4 GLENN BURLINGAME Basketball 2 Golf 2, 3, 4 JIM CHISTE JOE CHISTE Hi-Y 1 CHARLES COOPER Bunker Hill 1, 2 KATHLEEN COVER Granite City 1, 2 Hi-Tri 3, 4 Photography Club 3 Junior Play Business-Education Clu Office Girl 4 JAMES CU LBERTSON Hi-Y 1 DICK CUNNINGHAM Hi-Y 1, 2, 3 fo .Sznior .fdcfiuified b-4 b Spanish Club 1, 2, 3, 4 Sound System 4 ANN DELICATE Hi-Tri 1, 2, 3, 4 G.A.A. 1, 2, 3, 4 Treasurer 4 Chorus 1, 3 French Club 2, 3 President 3 Music Club 1 Student Council 1 Latin Club 2 Science Club 3 Drarnatics Club 4 Junior Playg Tiger Editor 4 Tiger Times 4 Senior Play J r.-Sr. Prom Com. BOB DAVIS Mt. Olive 1, 2 Football 4 Senior Play BERT DeSHERLIA Hi-Y 1, 2, 3 Spanish Club 1, 3 Science Club 2 Basketball 1, 2 Track 2, 3, 4 Football 2, 3, 4 Tiger Times 4 CHARLES DIETRICH Latin Club 1 Sound System 2, 3, 4 Photography Club Movie O erator 3 P Science Club 1, 2, President 4 French Club 3, 4 Sec. Treas. 3 Tennis 3, 4 JIM DORR Hi-Y 1, 2, 3 Latin Club 1, 2, 3 Band 1, 2, 3, 4 Movie Operator 3, VERLIN DRDA Hi-Y 1, 2, 3 Officer 3 Latin Club 1, 2 Class President 3 Band 1, 2, 3, 4 Track 1, 2, 3, 4 Football 1, 2, 3, 4 Senior Play 1 3,4 4 LORETTA EMSHOUSEN Hi-Tri 1, 2, 3, 4 F.H.A. 1 Band 1, 2 Latin Club 2, 3, 4 Vice President 3 President 4 G.A.A. 1, 2, 3, 4 F.T.A. 3, 4 Vice President 4 Tiger Times 4 IONA ERNST Hi-Tri 2, 3, 4 F.H.A. 1, 2 Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4 b4 Business-Education Clu JIM GANNON Hi-Y 1, 2, 3 Junior Play Dramatics Club 4 Baseball 2, 3 Track 2, 3 Football 2, 3 DON GEHRIG Hi-Y 1, 2, 3 Student Council 3, 4 Spanish Club 1, 2, 3 Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4 Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4 MARJORIE GEHRIG Hi-Tri 1, 2, 3, 4 Latin Club 1, 2 Science Club 4 Tiger Club Editor 4 WILMA GIESEKING Hi-Tri 2, 3, 4 Music Club 2 Chorus 2 A Cappella Choir 3, 4 Operetta 2, 3 Business-Education Club 4 CHARLES GLASER Hi-Y 1, 2, 3 Chorus 1 PEARL GRAHAM Hi-Tri 3, 4 Spanish Club 3, 4 SHIRLEY GRAHAM Hi-Tri 4 RONALD HARRIS Hi-Y 1, 2, 3 Spanish Club 1, 2, 3 Band 1, 2, 3 Track 1, 2, 3, 4 Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4 Senior Play EDWIN HENKE Marine 1 Hi-Y 2, 3 F.F.A 2 A Cappella Choir 4 Basketball 2 Football 3 Track 2, 4 Baseball 2, 3 ROY HESS Hi-Y 1, 2, 3 Latin Club 1 Math Club 2, 3, 4 Sec. Treas. 2, 3, President 4 Junior Play Football 1 TOM HOCKETT Greenville 1, 2 MARLENE HOFMEIER Marquette High, Alton 1 Music Club 2 Science Club 3, 4 Hi-Tri 2, 3, 4 Chorus 2 A Cappella Choir 3, 4 Operetta 2, 3 PAT HOSIER Hi-Y 1, 2, 3 Math Club 2 Spanish Club 3 Junior Play Basketball 1, 2 Tennis 1, 2 DALE HOWERTON F.F.A. 1 Football 2, 4 Lgnclex fo .Senior MELVINA HUFSTEDLER Hi-Tri 2, 3, 4 ' F.H.A. 1 G.A.A. 1, 2, 3, 4 Latin Club 2, 3 F.T.A. 2, 3, 4 Sec. Treas. 4 President 3 Tiger Times 4 CARL JASON Springfield, Mo., 1, 2 Band 3, 4 RICHARD JOHNSON Hi-Y 1, 2, 3 Spanish Club 1, 2 Sound System 4 Movie Operator 1, 2 Track 1. 2, 3 Football 1, 2, 3 BOBBIE JONES Livingston 1 DOROTHEA JONES Lincoln 1, 2 Hi-Tri 3, 4 Chorus 3, 4 G.A.A. 3 Pep Club 3 Secretary 3 FRANCES JONES Lincoln 1, 2 Hi-Tri 3, 4 Band 3, 4 Pep Club 3 BOB KIRK Hi-Y 1. 2, 3 Music Club 1, 2 Band 1, 2, 3, 4 President 4 Class President 1 Dramatics Club 4 Junior Play Student Council 3, 4 Treasurer 3 President 4 Football 2, 3 DARL KLOPMEIER F. F. A. 1, 2 Tiger Times 4 Senior Play NORMA KLUETER F. H. A. 1, 2, 3, 4 JUNE KNISER Hi-Tri 1, 2, 3, 4 Hi-Tri Council 1, 4 Class Vice President 1 Spanish Club 1, 2, 3 Chorus 1 A Cappella Choir 2, 3, 4 G.A.A 1, 2, 3 Football Maid 2 Homecoming Maid 3, 4 Tiger Times .Editor 4 HELEN KOENIG Hi-Tri 1, 2, 3, 4 Music Club 2, 3 Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4 Operetta 2 ESTHER KOCH Hi-Tri 1, 2, 3, 4 Spanish Club 1, 2, 3 G.A.A. 1, 2 Band 1, 2, 3 Majorette 1, 2, 3 Business-Education Club 4 Treasurer 4 MARY ANN KOHLBURN Hi-Tri 1, 2, 3, 4 Hi-Tri Council 1 F.H.A. 1, 2 Science Club 3 Class Secretary 1 Junior Play Dramatics Club 4 Homecoming Maid 4 Tiger Ad Staff 4 Jr. Sr. Prom. Com. Senior Play ROY KOLESA Football 1, 2 JOANNE KRIEGE Hi-Tri 1. 2, 3. 4 Hi-Tri Council 4 Latin Club 1 Music Club 2 Chorus 1 A Cappella Choir 2, 3 Operetta 2, 3 Science Club 3 Dramatics Club 4 Junior Play Tiger Class Editor 4 Jr. Sr. Prom Com. Senior Play BILL LAN HAM Math Club 2, 3 Basketball 2 Track 2. 3, 4 Football 2, 3, 4, HERMAN LAWRENCE Hi-Y 3 F. F. A. 1, 2, 3, 4 Treasurer 3 ' DON LEACH Golf 2, 3, 4 Baseball 1 Basketball 2 LOUISE LEITNER F. H. A. 4 Tiger Times 4 MARJORIE LOVE Senior Play Hi-T1-i 1, 2, 3, 4 Hi-Tri Council 3 F. H. A. 1, 2, 3, 4 Vice President 3 Secretary 4 G. A. A. 1, 2 Class Treasurer 3 Chorus 1, 2 A Cappella Choir 3, 4 Operetta 2 Junior Play Tiger Ad Staff 4 Office Girl 4 , 4 Confinuec! .xdcfiuifiw - DON LEXOW Hi-Y 1, 2, 3 Movie Operator 1, 2, 3, 4 Pep Club 3 Basketball 1 Tennis 1, 2, 3, 4 ROY LONG Hi'Y 1, 2, 3 Latin Club 1, 2, 3, 4 Vice President 2 Pep Club 3 MARVIN MAEDGE F. F. A. 1, 2, 3, 4 Football 3 Track 3 CAROL MARTI Hi-Tri 1, 2, 3, 4 Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4 F. H. A. 1, 2, 3 Pep Club 3 Business-Education Clu JO ANNE MATEYKA Hi-Tri 1. 2, 3, 4 G. A. A. 3, 4 Chorus 2, 3, 4 Spanish Club 1, 2, 3, President 4 SARA McCOTTERY Indianapolis, Ind., 1, 2 Hi-Tri 3. 4 Hi-Tri Council 4 Class Vice President 4 Dramatics Club 4 Homecoming Maid 3, Senior Play b 4 4 MARY :ANN MCCRACKEN Hi-Tri 1. 2. 3. 4 Hi-Tri Council 4 Spanish Club 1. 2, 3, 4 G. A. A. 1. 2, 3, 4 Vice President 4 Chorus 1. 2, 3. 4 Homecoming Maid 4 Senior Play WARREN MCDONALD Hi-Y 1, 2. 3 Science Club 2, 3 Wrestling 1 Football Manager 2 Track 2 Band 1, 3, 4 Student Council 1, 2 Pep Club 3 Dramatics Club 4 DON MCLEAN Latin Club 1, 2 Letterman's Club 1 Dramatics Club 4 Student Council 4 Junior Play Track 4 Basketball Manager 1 2, 3, 4 ROBERT MEYER Hi-Y 1 ALVIN MEIKAMP Hi-Y 1, 2, 3 Officer 2 Latin Club 1, 2, 3 Chorus 1 Wrestling 1 Track 2 Football 1, 2 Tiger Times 4 SHIRLEY MENK Hi-Tri 1, 2, 3, 4 F. H. A. 1, 2 Band 1, 2, 3 Chorus 1 A Cappella Choir 2, 3, 4 Operetta 3 RUSSELL MULLIKIN MARY NAUMANN Hi-Tri 1, 2, 3, 4 Hi-Tri Council 1 Band 1, 2 G. A. A. 1 DOROTHY O'CONNELL Hi-Tri 1, 2, 3. 4 Hi-Tri Council 4 Music Club 1 Chorus 1, 2, 3 Pep Club 3 Junior Play Tiger Times 4 Tiger Sales Manager 4 Jr. Sr. Prom Com. RICHARD OESTERLE Hy-Y 1, 2, 3 Math Club 1 Spanish Club 2, 3 Chorus 1 Operetta 1 Sound System 3, 4 Student Council 3 Track 1, 2 Football 1, 2 ALICE OSTROWSKY Band 2, 3, 4 ' Tiger Times 4 RAY PERRY Hi-Y 1 Basketball 2 Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4 JOAN PETERS Hi-Tri 1, 2, 3, 4 F. H. A. 1, 2, 3, 4 President 4 Student Council 4 Office Girl 4 DEAN PLETCHER Hi-Y 1, 2, 3 Music Club 1 Spanish Club 2, 3 Vice President 3 Class Secretary 1 Sound System 4 -J Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4 Basketball 1, 2, 3,.4 ROCKY POOS Hy-Y 1, 2, 3 Latin Club 1 Science Club 2, 3 Movie Operator 1, 2 Ninety-one BARBARA POWELL Lincoln 1, 2 G. A. A. 3 Chorus 3 Hi-Tri 3, 4 Tiger Times 4 JANET PRICE Hi-Tri 1, 2, 3, 4 F. T. A. 1 Vice President 1 F. H. A. 1, 2 G. A. A. 1, 2, 3, 4 Chorus 2, 3 Junior Play Dramatics Club 4 RUBY RENKEN Hi-Tri 1, 2, 3, 4 F. H. A. 1 .gnclex fo .Simior .fgcfiuified - Canlinuegl Business-Education Clu JESSE ROSENTI-IAL Hi-Y 2, 3 President 3 Student Council 1, 2 Treasurer 2 Spanish Club 1, 2 Sec. Treas. 2 Track 2, 3 Football 2, 3, 4 Junior Play Dramatics Club 4 SHIRLEY ROWLANDS Hi-Tri 1, 2, 3, 4 Spanish Club 1, 2, 3, G. A. A. 1, 2 Chorus 1, 2 A Cappella Choir 3, Operetta 2 Jr. Sr. Prom Com. JOYCE RUPP Hi-Tri 1, 2, 3, 4 Latin Club 1, 2, 3, 4 Vice President 4 G. A. A. 3, 4 F. T. A. 3, 4 President 4 EVELYN SACKETT Wood River 1, 2 G. A. A. 3, 4 Hi-Tri 3, 4 Pep Club 3 Chorus 3 F. H. A. 3 Dramatics Club 4 Office Girl 4 Tiger Times 4 BOBBIEJOE SCATES Arkansas 1 Hi-Y 2, 3 F. F. A. 2 Class Secretary 3 Student Council 4 Track 3, 4 Baseball 2, 3, 4 Football 3, 4 BEVERLY SCHEIBAL Hi-Tri 1, 2, 3, 4 G. A. A. 1, 2, 3, 4 Spanish Club 1, 2, 3, Chorus 2, 3 N inety-two 4 b4 4 4 HAROLD SCHABERG G- A- A- 1, 2, 3, 4 Hi-Y 2, 3 President 4 F, F, A, 1, 2, 3, 4 Cheerleader 3, 4 Pe Club 3, 4 MARGARET SCHILLINGER Office Gm 4 Gfdflife City 1, 2 Senior Play 2'-'f7QT',f, 4 SALLY TUXHORN Hi- Tri 1, 2, 3, 4 CLINT SCHOENLEBER Hi-Tri Council 3 Hi-Y 2, 3 Latin Club 2 Secretary 3 Secretary 2 Chorus 1 G. A. A. 1, 2, 3, 4 A Capella Choir 4 Pep Club 3, 4 Track 2 Science Club 3 Football 1, 2 Chorus 1 Business-Education Club 4 VERA sc:-IOETTLE P,es,dem 4 Hi-Tri 1, 2, 3, 4 Spanish Club 1, 2, G. A. A. 1, 2, 3 Chorus 2, 3 JERRY SENN Hi-Y 3 Sound System 1, 2 Band 1, 2, 3 Junior Play Football 2, 3 Tennis 1, 2, 3 Dramatics Club 4 3,4 JOE SMOLTZ Hy-Y 1, 2, 3 Spanish Club 1, 2, 3 President 2 Class Secretary 2 Band 1, 2, 3 Track 1, 2, 3, 4 Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4 ROSALYN SPENCER Hi-Tri 1, 2, 3, 4 G. A. A. 1, 2 Spanish Club 1, 2, 3 Chorus 2, 3, 4 Junior Play Tiger Ad Staff Manag Office Girl 4 Jr. Sr. Prom Com. CHRISTINE VAUGHN Lincoln 1, 2 Hi-Tri 3, 4 Pep Club 4 Tiger Times 4 SHIRLEY VERMILLION Bunker Hill 1, 2, 3 Hi-Tri 4 Tiger Times 4 LA VERNA VOYLES Hi-Tri 1, 2, 3, 4 Hi-Tri Council 2 G. A. A. 1, 2, 3, 4 Secretary 4 Chorus 3, 4 er4 Student Council 2, 3, 4 Vice President 4 Class Treasurer 4 Handbook Editor 4 Senior Play Business-Education Club 4 PEGGY WALKER FRANCES STAHLHUT Hi-Tri 1, 2, 3, 4 F. H. A. 1, 2 Business-Education Clu Office Girl 4 Tiger Times 4 SHIRLEY STEEHLINGER Hi-Tri 1, 2, 3, 4 F. H. A. 1, 2 G. A. A. 1, 2 Chorus 2, 3, 4 SHIRLEY SUESS Hi-Tri 1, 2, 3, 4 F. H. A. 1, 2 Band 1, 2, 3 Chorus 1 A Cappella Choir 2, 3, Operetta 2, 3 Business-Education Clu Vice President 4 SHIRLEY SVOBODA Hi-Tri 4 ANN TRARES Hi-Tri 2, 3, 4 Hi-Tri Council 3 F. H. A. 1 b4 4 b4 Hi-Tri 1, 2, 3, 4 F. H. A. 1, 2 Band 1, 2, 3, 4 Photography Club 3 Business-Education Club 4 Office Girl 4 ROY WARNING Hy-Y 1, 2, 3 Student Council 1 Letterm.an's Club 1 Basketball 1, 2 Baseball 1, 2 Football 2 Dramatics Club 3, 4 President 4 VELMA WESSEL Hi-Tri 1, 2, 3, 4 Hi-Tri Council 2 G. A. A. 1, 2, 3, 4 F. H. A. 1, 2, 3, 4 Vice President 4 Chorus 1 A Cappella Choir 2, 3, 4 Operetta 2, 3 Tiger Times 4 Tiger Ad Staff 4 Jr. Sr. Prom Com. BARBARA WHEELAN New York 1, 2 Hi-Tri 3, 4 G. A. A. 3, 4 Science Club 3 Pep Club 3, 4 Junior Play Dramatics Club 4 Jr. Sr. Prom Com. DOLORES WHITE Lincoln 1, 2 Chorus 3 A Cappella Choir 4 Hi-Tri 3, 4 G. A. A. 3 JOHN WIDENER Hi-Y 3 FRED WIDICUS Hi-Y 1, 2. 3 Band 1, 2 Science Club 2, 3 Basketball 1, 2 Football 2, 3 Dramatics Club 4 Class President 4 Senior Play NANCY WIEDUWILT Hi-Tri 1, 2, 3, 4 G. A. A. 1, 2, 3 F. T. A. 2, 3 Secretary 2 Vice President 3 F. H. A. 1, 2 French Club 2, 3, 4 Science Club 3, 4 Junior Play Jr. Sr. Prom Com. ROBERT WILLIAMS F. F. A. 2 DON WILSON Danville 1 Hi-Y 2, 3 Math Club 2, 3, 4 Chorus 2, 4 Operetta 2 Baseball 2 Basketball 2 Football Manager 3, MERLE YATES F. F. A. 1, 2, 3, 4 Officer 4 LOUIS YENNE VERA ZIEGLER Hi-Tri 1, 2, 3, 4 G. A. A. 1, 2 Junior Play Homecoming Queen 4 RITA ZIKA Hi-Tri 1, 2, 3, 4 G. A. A. 1 Math Club 1 Science Club 3 Student Council 3, 4 Handbook Staff 4 Junior Play Tiger Ad Staff 4 Business-Education Jr. Sr. Prorn..Com. Club 4 A 8: B Feed 8: Seed Sfore Associaled Service ................ Ballweg's .,..........,..,..... ..... B 3: R Recreafion .........,. .,... Bank of Edwardsville .,.,. ..... Barnsback, Dr. R. S. .,,., ..., , Beckfold Company ....... ..... Ben Franklin Sfore ......,.. ..... Big Boy's Supply Co. Bloclc's ..................,...... Blume's . .....,,. .........,. ,.... Bob's Band Box .. Borden s ..................... ..... Bofhman's Garage ....... ..... Brockmeier, Dr. C. L. ......,.... . Brooks Jewelry ..4.....,.... ..... Brow.n, Jesse R. ..,... .... . Buckles Transfer ..., ..... Buhrmesfer's ......,..... ..... Busker's Hardware .. Busy Bee ...,.,.............,. ..... Bufler Chevrolef ..,.... ..... Callahan, James T. ....... .... . Cap's Dixcel Service . .... . Cassens 8: Sons ....., ..... Ca+hcarf's Cafe ......, ..,.. Champion Mofors '.... ..... .,... Clayfon Cleaners .,..... ..... Clayfon Tailoring ....,.,.. ..... Clover Leaf Loan .............. . ..,. Cochran, Dr. Cliffon R. ....... . Coffman, Don .....................,.. Collins, Dr. Jerre C. ..... .... . Cox, Dr. Wayne B. ..,.... .... . DeLaurenfi, Joseph M. ,.,..,... . Delicafe E. A. .,...............,..... . Delicafe, Dr. William E. ....... . Desmond, M. Mfg. Co. ....,.. . Dippold Bros. ......................... . Do-Nuf Shop ................. ..... Durr, Eldon M. ,....... ,... . Eberharf Brofhers ..,..........,,... Edwardsville Cenfral Aufo Edwardsville Consumers ......,. Edwardsville Creamery Co. .. Edwardsville lmplemenf Co. Edwardsville Lumber Co ..,.,. Edwardsville Mofor Service Edwardsville Nafional Bank Edwardsville Savings 8: Loan Eilers, Wilfred C. ................. . Enloe's Self Service Laundry Esfabrook, W. L. .....,.,........... . .gnclex of .fdcluerfiaerd Famous Depf. Sfores ....,......... Figge Service Sfafion Fink, Dr. Leroy M. . Flagg and Corlew ....... Fredman Furnifure Fruif Service Sfafion ...,. Gerbig's Bakery ..,................. Gordon-Michel Tire Co. Harrell, Dallas T. 8: Son ..,..... Hellrung, Dr. Cecilia M. ....... . Herff-Jones Co. .,,.........,...... . Herrmann, Dr. C. J. .... . Hill, Dr. M. R. ....,,........ . Hogue Sife Oil Co. .... . Holiday lnn ............... Holla-day, Jack, lnc. . Home Nursery ....... Hoover Bros. ,.... . Hofz, Eulalia ..,...... Hoi-1 Lumber Co. .... . Hursf Ponfiac Co. .... , ldlewood lnn ................. Illinois Lumber Co. ...... . lmber's Men's Wear ..... Jim Jones ............. Jones Shoe Shop ....... Kane, Edward ............... Kansas Sfreel' Markef ............ Kiem's .................,..,. - ................ King Bee Candy Kifchen Kluefer Feed Sfore ....,....,....., Knauel, Dr. R. l. ..........,. . Knowles Tavern ...... Kriege Hafchery ....... Ladd, Edward J. ,,.... . Ladd, Thos. F. .......... . 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. ................. . May's Cuf-Rafe Drug .....,...... McLean's Shell Service .......... Mechanics Planing Mill ........., Me er Monumenf Co. ......... . Miclwesf 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 Overl:eck's ........................ Peerless Cleaners ....... . . Pizzini, William D. ..... . Quade's D-X Service .. . Ray's I. G. A. S-lore ......... Reed 8: Maucker .......... , Richards Brick Co. .......... . Robinson News Agency Rohrkasfe Dairy ...............,. Rosenfhal's ...................... .. Rusfy's Res'l'aura.n+ ....... . Sanderson, Dr. M. S. ........ . Schmidf, Oscar W. ....... . Schmidf Tin Shop ............. Schneider Funeral Home Schneider Mofor Service . Shepard, E. J. .................. . Shupacks ............................, Silverbloom ............... . 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. ....., . Vncfor Cleaners ................. Vuagniaux, Waldo L. T. Wahl, Dr. E. F. ............. . Wayne, Dr. M. F. ...,..... . Weber Funeral Home .. Weeke Tobacco Co. ..... . Weir, Dr. Roberf W. ...... . Wells Tire Sales .............. Wesf End Foods ............... Wesf End Service Sfafion Wesfern .Aufo Associafe Wildey .,................,.,....,..... Wilkens, George T. ..... . Winfer's Pharmacy ...... Woodlawn Gardens ...... Yonaka Jewelry ................ Ninety three TO OUR ADVERTISERS Publishing a yearbook was made easier by all the local business cmd professional people who purchased advertising space. It was possible to sell the 1952 TIGER at approximately one-half the cost of publishinq, due to the wonderful cooperation of our advertisers. Without their support many students would have been unable to purchase a yearbook. The reception that was given to the ad solicitors has been greatly appreciated. We wish to extend our sincere thanks to all these patrons of E.H.S. We are sure the students will show their appreciation by patronizinq the advertisers. TIGER STAFF WILLIAM E. DELICATE. IVI. D. 2056 N. Main Phone 7 Cojnpliqnents of Compliments of R' ELDON IVI. DURR 514 St. Louis Street Flagg and Corlew, Engineers FRUlT'S 116' SL'-ouis Suse' STANDARD SERVICE Edwmdsvme. Illinois W. G. nagg sos west vfmdaua Phones: office vo, Res.1s2o-W2 STANDARD OIL PRODUCTS Ninety-four gg lafea . . . IN THE LIFE OF MARY SENIOR Sept. 1948 Iune 1952 Iune 1956 -Entered Edwardsville High School. Started Savings Account at Bank. Graduated from Edwardsville High. Interested in Banking as a vocation. IWill try "Edwardsville National"- She has her account there- So does Bill, her boy friend.I Bill's graduation from college. Iune 195. --Mary and Bill are married. Their Savings Account will set them up housekeeping and make the down pay- ment on a home of their own- "Edwardsville National" will finance the balance. Stories from real life run just about like that. It is the purpose of this Bank to work WITH the people of this Community - our customers and friends - over I0,000 of them - young and old - as they go confidently forward with a purpose and a goal. :Sn - f Fif i-f :Q 5553514559 533 EDWAR I ONAL BANK AN 4 gggygsggtg OMPANY Member Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation Every Depositor Insured Up to 310,000 N inety-five of J. w. BUSKER 8. soN MADISON STORE HARDWARE H61 Years on the 219 N. MAIN srnssr Square" EDWARDSVILLE, ILL. Compliments of GERBIGS BAKERY Compliments of Edward A. Kane, A. I. A. LAKERS or SALLY ANN Pnonucrs ARCHITECT EDWARDSVLLLE, ILL. Compliments of M. Desmond Mfg. Co. Plumbing and Hea'I'ing Supplies 318 ST. LOUIS ST. N tJ-ia: V DR. C. . HERRMANN EDWARDSVILLQE Zi NMM- CONSUMERS COAL CO. Edwmdsvme, Iumois Dealer in QUALITY COAL Phone 193 Q Phone 470 C. R. CQCHRAN, D. S. C. A. L MATEYKA CHIROPODIST AND rfooi' SPECIALIST Gerber Bldg. ' Edwardsville. Ill Quade's DX Service coqnpliwfeigifiji Washing - Lubricating 8' - ATTORNEYS - AT - LAW 236 N. Main Phone 1145 National Bank Building Edwardsville. Ill. A. Bofhman 8m Sons Your FORD Dealer . X X C f ir R ' 1 9 C Q! Y WE SERVICE ALL MAKES OF CARS sos w.vANDAL1A sr. PHONE 601 Nty A. 81 B. FEED and SEED STORE, Inc. WHOLESALE AND RETAIL PROFIT REAPER . . . A. B. FEEDS . . . HAY FEED . . . SALT . . . SEEDS GRINDING . . . CLEANING . . . MIXING I "WHERE FEED AND SEED IS A SCIENCE" N ty ght BOB'S BAND BOX CLEANERS 6: LAUNDERERS . Compliments of BUCKLES TRANSFER AND WAREHOUSE NO SHRINKING o NO 1-'ADING o NO ODOR CCM P ANY A Laundry and Dry Cleaning Service to Fit Everyone's Purpose YOUR APPEARANCE IS oUR Edwa rdswue BUSINESS Cenfral Au'ro Supply Co. Inc . PARTS - EQUIPMENT - SUPPLIES MACHINE s1-1oP SERVICE 112-114 s. Main sz. Edwardsville Edwmdsv111e, 111. Phone 28 Phone 2278 106 E. Vcmdcxlia St. Johnsfon's Chocolafes Weeke Tobacco Co. Nty GENERAL Q euzcrmc Housfuom APPLIANGES Have your Kitchen and Laundry planned by our Experienced Kitchen and Laundry Personnel TELEVISION and RADIO See Our Display of These Famous Nationally Known Television Sets! GENERAL ELECTRIC I-IALICRAFTER Block-Daylight Television The Set the Experts Buy CROSLEY The Family Theater MADISON COU NTY S TRACTOR 81 EQUIPMENT CO. 130 Hillsboro Ave. Phone 1760 Edwardsvill OHdd JOSEPI-I IVI. DeLAURENTI ATTORNEY-AT-LAW ' Bank of Edwardsville Bldg.. Edwardsville. Ill. ' LEXOW'S ELECTRIC Compliments of DR. CECELIA IVI. I-IELLRUNG. 419 N' MAIN ST' WESTINGHOUSE EDWARDSVILLE, ILL. h APPLIANCES Complzments of BUSY BEE BAKERY SALES AND SERVICE CI-IILDREN'S WEAR, GIFTS 218 MAIN PHONE 128 ' "Movies are better To pay accumulated bills, to purchase cloth- ll ing, household necessities, or to repair or pur- Ihan ever chase 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. O MIDWEST LOAN CO. 1561.1 North Main Edwardsville. 111. S50 to S500 Phone 1082 LUX THEATRE "THE FRIENDLY THEATRE" One Hun dred O M. D. NASH P E E R L E s s D D S 420 N. Main Sireet Edwardsville ROBERT W. WEIR, D. C. 231N.MI-SINST. PHONE 300 ' + + R ' + UnrI'ecg:S a es+' aolla or orpora 'on Waldo L. T. Vuagniaux N ti IQ l'tyA dw' BOILERS RADIATORS G "H" S,115a.A,1,12 'me' 309 Hillsboro Avenue Ov:i:1i::u1:Z:ugl:at Phone 2465 Edwardsville Illinois C 'mpliments of McLEAN'S SHELL SERVICE FIRESTONE TIRES SHELL LUBRICATION 200 S. Buchanan Phone 1121 GEO. E. LITTL-E, Jr. "LET GEO. INSURE IT" Insurance 6 Real Estate One Hundred T MODERN POWER FARM EQUIPMENT Morrison Farm Supplies JAMES MORRISON, jr. 39. my 5 3' grugw .r ,- ng I.. :ks xg 6 K F 17' , .1 an ,vi -9 ,.-,. 'a,--,,, , ,J . , , - ' """--'ay Jvfgf'-.-1,-. .lil - -XQQW B Q 'wt 4 lvl .I-111: :' x' v- --.- tr- x .-W.. 1n.sx...4n 3,. 1111 'Z - I '01-i. 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Q-.LQ-14,43 ,lvvl-4l,m..... mist 'Q ' 4,113-l'.3if:.5?:3qg5, , x ?"':Nl.BN"iw-,N f-HJ.-vqfz'-1, ,q?2'EE5ffw-raw" - -. Allis-Chalmers Farm Equipment Como Feeds, Seeds and Poultry Supplies DeLaval Milking Machines Jewel Paints PHONE 284 ST. ANDREWS ST. ' EDWARDSVILLE, ILL. One Hundred Three Compliments of OVERBECK'S "The Home of Fine Wallpaper and Paints" 120 N. Main St. Edwardsville. Ill. E. J. Shepard Office Supply "EVERYTHING FOR THE OFF ICE" Complimenfs of 108 St. Louis Sire i CLAYTON TAILORING AND FUR STORAGE M6989 214 St. Louis St. Edwardsville, Ill. ' Phone 177 Madison County Mufual AUTOMOBILE INSURANCE COMPANY "A SERVICE THAT SERVESH 0 306 Edwardsville National Bank Building Phone 961 ' d OSCAR SCHMIDT CHARLES CChuckJ SCHMIDT OTTO iBuckl HOMANN OSCAR SCHMIDT AGENCY INSURANCE and REAL ESTATE 305 N. Main Edwardsville HOME NURSERY AND GREENHOUSES, Inc. ERNEST TOSOVSKY. President CUT FLOWERS ' TREES ' PLANTS ' Sl-IRUBS Members oi F. T. D. Phone 1790 6. 1791 Edwardsville. Illinois Stores at Granite City. Collinsville, Wood River and Staunion TO SERVE YOU "'SAY IT VVITH FLOWERS" OneHuddF IDLEWOOD INN RESTAURANT AND BAR ' CHICKEN STEAK AND SANDWICHES R YB t F du Brewster HOTZ HARDWARE 1 I IAIIIIIEIIIII IIIIIQ ' TQ WS A CONGRATULATIONS CLASS OF '52 BEST OF LUCK Jael' .jvloffaclaw .gnu CHRYSLER - PLYMOUTH EDWARDSVILLE d , if if Compliments of C pliments of SCHMIDT TIN SHOP SHEET METAL ' HEATING DIPPOLD BROS. FEED 309 Sf- I-0155 Si- Phone: Shop 467 - Residence 204R 239 NORTH MAIN ST. Edwardsville EDWARDSVTLLE. ILL. E. H. SCHMIDT . 'A' i' DALLAS T. HARRELL. Sr. DALLAS T. HARRELL. I DALLAS T. HARRELL 8: SON REAL ESTATE 61' INSURANCE MADISON STORE BLDG. 115A PURCELL ST EDWARDSVILLE. ILLINOIS PHONE 360 O H DR. R. I. KNAUEL ' CHIROPRACTOR 707 North Main St. Edwardsville. Ill BEST WISHES Compliments of WM. M. P. SMITH T. Bank of Edwardsville Building Compliments of MADISON COUNTY MADISON COUNTY ABSTRACT AND ' TITLE CO. 112 HILLSBORO AVE. PHONE 8l CHEVROLET "'SEE THE U. S. A. IN A CHEVROLET" BUTLER-CHEVROLET d : - Vyvl -gl 5- f T X S"IlIPBE 'S 1 'S IDL NP 124 N. Main St. Compliments of MUDGE 81 MLDGE ATTORNEYS AT LAW Bank of Edwardsville Bldg. SCHNEIDER MOTCR SERVICE 1320 Troy Road Edwardsville. Illinois Phone 998 St. Louis Office MERCHANT S TRUCK TERMINAL 827-828-829 South Broadway CHestnut 2274 G 2275 Edwardsville Compliments of ,ML QI' FUNERAL HOME fMarks-Weberh 51 YEARS OF SERVICE AMBULANCE SERVICE Phone 655 One Hundred Nine GORDON - MICHEL TIRE AND BATTERY CO. , ,, INC. U. S. TIRES. TUBES. BATTERIES cmd ACCESSORIES ILLINOIS 20353 53331 LUMBER CO., Inc. i Compliments of RUSTY'S RESTAURANT f if AND TAP ROOM 1201 North Main Street S+ar'r Righf . . . Sfari' Saving Where Saving Pays CLOVER LEAF-HOME BUILDING AND LOAN ASSOCIATION 148 NORTH MAIN STREET EDWARDSVILLE. ILLINOIS MINDRUP'S FlGGE'S SALES AUTOMOTIVE AND SERVIOE DESGTO-PLYMOUTH CAPEHART AND ADMIRAL SALES AND SERVICE TELEVISIQN PHONE 1710 EDWARDSVILLE 123 W,VANDALIA BIG BOY'S SUPPLY CC. ELECTRICAL SUPPLIES DR. WAYNE B. COX EXTENDS HEARTY CONGRATULATIONS SPORTING GOODS To AND THE CLASS OF APPLIANCES 1952 220 N. Main sf. Ph 1234 PONTIAC I 20" Wheel Base "DOLLAR FOR DOLLAR YOU CAN'T BEAT A PONTIAC" HURST PONTIAC CO. Sales Thru Service 40I N. Main Street Eclwardsville, lll. One Hund. cl B6cR RECREATION E. B. BRYANT 300 West Vcmdalia St. DR. C. L. BROCKIVIEIER BANK or EDWARDSVILLT: BLDG. OSTEOPATHIC PHYSICIAN Compliments and Best Wishes GEORGE T. WILKINS COUNTY SUPERINTENDENT Madison County Schools IVIAURICE R. I-IILL, D. D. 409 BANK OF EDWARDSVILLE BUILDING S Compliments of BUHRMESTER PAPER AND PAINT CO. 201-203 N. SECOND STREET EDWARDSVILLE. ILL. OUR CLEANING SERVICE WILL GIVE YOU THAT WELL GROOMED APPEARANCE WE ALL DESIRE Compliments of VICTOR CL1EANiERS B L O C K 'S ' SANDWICHES ' ICE CREAM ' FOUNTAIN SERVICE "1T's A TREAT TO EAT OUR HAlVIBURGERS" Ill E. Vandalicx St. PRESENTING THE SEASON'S OUTSTANDING ENTERTAINMENT . . IN A MODERN COMF ORTABLE. FRIENDLY ATMOSPHERE One Hundred Twelve I .. k ky, k.k. K , - - r AQ-pierce-ww - - X - -X . . f.. zrlffrgrie-rx:.r,N Phone 482 Residence I 308 EDWARDSVILLE IMPLEMENT Irven L. Bagby and Son l Sales - John Deere Tractors - Service john Deere Quality Farm Equipment ' 1601 Troy Road Edwardsville, Ill. One Hundred Thirte C pl ments of BROOKS JEWELRY 254 N. MAIN STREET O J., x I, .... Y- W .- f-1 44 f ,, I -. ,, E-4 F, 1 t 'Q I of K 'W i o -12 " - .f S 63-M "-T' ' R ,Fx , , , ijlifd ? 5: 530.1 V Iryk Compliments of WOODLAWN GARDENS I. H. BLIXEN 1407 St. Louis Sireet 3 Hundred Fourteen MOTTAR DRUG COMPANY EDWARDSVILLE. ILLINOIS O Good HeaH'h To All From Rexall I PHONE 67 THE BANK OF EDWARDSVILLE Z S150.000.00 2 --+QL.Fw,Ir 5 ' 15: ft 7 .-.-rl -Q.-11, wfgi-,1kLfu,fj: ' g Q. U . S250.000.00 -'gr -: -tja , 'VI' J il 1! Q -5,1 E1 XX li wel. ' ."' .' , I' -133: " Nl-,A ' Cdplldl V, Su!-plus f r-4' , 4 lli - W., 3 .Nur z -5 4 I j . Q- EL!-.11 -V 'F 1- -1.-1 we 4 1:i9"'r F N, :E K Aug' lil II X ..,, ak: . , . - 1 Miami 1 .sn'r"33 PHONE ESTABLISHED 57 1868 THE BANK for PHONE 57 EVERY BANKING NEED LOANS - For All Worthwhile Purposes Member Federal Reserve System and Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation MAIN and PURCELL STS. One Hundred Fifteen Compliments of BEST WISHES AND CONTINUED SUCCESS TO THE CLASS OF '52 WELLS TIRE SALES, Inc Compliments of CATHCART'S CAFE . SINCE MAY 8. 1924 THE SILVERBLOOM, Inc. ILLINOIS AND MISSOURI LICENSED Sfraube Funeral Home PI-IONE 60 5 I 2 North Main Street Edwardsville, Illinois O H d d Sixteen Compliments of BLUME'S APPAREL Compliments of WESPERN AUTO ASSOCIATE STORE 104 N' MAIN EDWARDSVILLE TONY IANSEN. Prop. 315 NORTH MAIN STREET Complimevzts of PHONE va King Bee Candy Kifchen BilI'5 Hobby Shop GEORGE COUKOULIS In Rear THE PLACE 'ro BUY YOUR ICE CREAM AND CANDY PLAN and SAVE When you plan for it you can save reqularly and while you are saving, what plans you can make! In a short time you will have money for a vacation, a start in business, or a down payment on a home. Our savings accounts are insured to S1U,OOO. Earn- ings added semi-annually. EDWARDSVILLE SAVINGS 8: LOAN ASS'N 140 N. Main Street. Edwardsville, Illinois One Hundred Seventeen Congratulations to The 1952 Tiger 3 S uuwuunsvu 4 I 'llJN9'. For Years The Symbol Of Low Prices ln Edwardsville ALL FORMS OF INSURANCE REAL ESTATE WILFRED C. EILERS AGENCY Bank oi Edwardsville Bldg. Phone 796 Wesi' End Service S+a+ion ST. LOUIS G WEST STREETS PHONE 1135 EDWARDSVILLE. ILLINOIS Robert lDocl Heidinger 6 Henry llionkl Dohle Edwardsville Creamery Co. MILK ' CREAM ' CHEESE ' BUTTER ' EVAPORATED MILK Grade A l-lomogenized Milk WEST PARK AND IOI-INSON STREETS FOR PROMPT AND SATISFACTORY DELIVERY SERVICE PHONES 364 - 365 "CONGRATULATIONS, TIGER!" e Hundred E ght Compliments of WEST END FOODS Compliments of CAP'S DIXCEL SERVICE R. s. WAYNE PHONE 159 Compliments of JERRE. C. COLLINS, JR. IVI. D FREDMAN BROS- BANK OF EDwAHDsv11.LE 119 MAIN PHONE 400 BUILDING Compliments of Compliments of WINTER'S PHARMACY YONAKA PRESCRIPTIONS OUR SPECIALTY Jewelry S+ore 105 Purcell 0 Phone 216 112 N. MAIN ST. "WE DO APPRECIATE YOUR BUSINESS" PHONE 1943 GOOD FOOD AT EVERY DAY LOW PRICES EDWARD j. LADD MASON CONTRACTOR Phone 320 LEROY M. FINK, D. D. S. Edwardsville National Bank Building EDWARDSVILLE, ILL. HOOVER BROS. I. G. A. STORE FOR THE BEST DO-NUTS IN TOWN MADISON AND FRANKLIN AVE. EDwAHDsv11.1.E. n.1.. THE DO'NUT SHCP 301 N. MAIN s'r. I PHONE 1100 One Hundred N inete C O H d Comp! '- zents of O QW 90-wi 4 JANITROL GAS HEATING ' lMBER'S MEN'S WEAR 111 North second sn. Phone 132-W ENLOE'S MU550'5 RESTAURANT AND BAR BENDIX SELF SERVICE L North Side of Court House STEAK. CHICKEN. SPAGHETTI S. Mdin sf. Phone S 65:5 .-353 ??vfi-+1 I FOR BEAUTY AND PERMANENCE ggyf I 'I It pays to build 'of brick ' ' 9 X A ,A They do not burn nor decay 3 , 1 ' ' ' They are everlasting Richards Brick Co. EDWARDSVILLE ST. LOUIS FACE BRICK ' COMMON BRICK ' HOLLOW TILE GLASS BLOCKS " BUILDING BLOCKS F LUE LINING ' GLASS BLOCK VENTILATORS d,T'ty For Fashion Firs+s Compliments of See E. P. Schneider denier. srones Funeral Home 107 N. MAIN ST. compumems of Compuments of SOLTER AND KRIEGE Jones Bros. Shoe Shop EDWARDSVILLE. ILL. 112 E. VANDALIA sr. zzs North Main sneer PHONE 588 CO1.ll'l60U.S S 1'ViCe Congra'ruIa+ions and Good Luck To +he Class of '52 Meyer Monumenfs "Mark +he Spoi' wifh Beaufy Forever" PAUL E. MEYER OHddT Co-mplime-nts of BEN FRANKLIN STORE '-'-'-'-'-'-'-'-'-"-'l'l'l'-"-'-'-" Compliments of KLUETER'S FEED STORE FEED AND SANITATION SUPPLIES 401 ST. LOUIS ST. 103 NOR1'1-1 MAIN s'r. PHONE 314 n'u'u'n'n'u'u'n'n'n'u'u'u'u'u'n'n'n KN OWLES' TAVERN 1501 TROY ROAD Compliments of Harris Tom Boy Market' VERNON HARRIS. Prop. DINNERS AND PLATE LUNCHES SANDWICHES BEN AND HM GROCERIES - IVIEATS 132 N. MAIN sr. EDWARDSVILLE. ILL. "DO BUSINESS WITH A DEPENDABLE FIRM" R. H. ROSENTHAL, Realtor INSURES EVERYTHING INSURABLE Members OI American Legion and 33 Years oi confidential service to the public Veterans of Foreign Wars SEE THE MAN OF MANY YEARS EXPERIENCE Notary Public 217 S. Buchanan St. Edwardsville. Ill. Phone 163 A. R. Rosenthal and N. W. Rosenthal. Salesmen One Hundred Twenty-two Sul-IRES APPLIANCE co. Authorized Norge Dealer BE FASHION WISE WITH BUDGET BUYS from the Dumont 6: Emerson Television Sales and Service I. E E PHONE 1585 EDWARDSVILLE S H Q p S HOLIDAY INN CHICKEN AND STEAK DINNERS Compliments of EBERHART BROS. GROCERY ESTHER RULE. PROP. HIGHWAY 159 One mile south of Edwardsville PHONE 1508 Compliments of William D. Pizzini WHOLESALE DISTRIBUTOR I PHONE 39 One Hgmdred T tyt Compliments of CONTRACTOR PLASTERING AND CONCRETE KRIEGE HATCHERIES me 1003 TROY ROAD 6 SECOND AVE' 229 Commercial St. Edwardsville, Ill. Producers oi HI-SIRED BABY CHICKS Compliments of DON COFFIVIAN PHONE mu INSURANCE AGENCY EDWARDSVILLE MARSHALL F. WAYNE MOTOR SERVICE D' D- 5- I Clover Leaf-Home Loan Building FARM MACHINERY 0 REFRIGERATION EDWARDSVILLE' ILL' Tractor Service ASSOCIATED SERVICE MADISON STORE BUILDING EDWARDSVILLE. ILL. . TO THE CLASS OF l952 THANK YOU! HERFF-IONES IS PROUD TO HAVE BEEN CHOSEN TO MANUFACTURE YOUR CLASS RINGS AND ANNOUNCEMENTS HERFF-JONES co. Official Jewelers Ancl Stationers To E. H. S. REPRESENTED BY R. L. IACOBS SINCE 1928 IACKSONVILLE, ILL. O H d d Twenty-four Compliments of EARL 0RMAN'S STANDARD SERVICE 201 East Vandalicx Edwardsville. Ill. Phone 1 120 Equifable Life Assurance Socie+y E. A. DELICATE. 417 4th STREET PHONE 2074 EDWARDSVILLE. ILL. Q Congratulations Class of '52 l+'s ROHRKAST-E DAIRY BAR For: DOUBLE THICK MALTS YUMMY ICE CREAM SUNDAES SUPER DELUXE ICE CREAM SODAS CURB SERVICE mos NORTH MAIN s'r. EDWARDSVILLE. ILL. One Hundred Twenty-gfiv Comphments of DR- R. S- BARNSBACK FREDERIC E. SPRINGER 124 NORTH MAIN s'r. PHONE 44 ATTORNEY'AT'I-AW Edwardsville National Bank Bldg. DR. EUGENE F. WAI-IL NATIONAL BANK BLDG. EDWARDSVILLE. ILL. Compliments of HOGUE SITE OIL COMPANY KANSAS STREET MARKET CHOICE MEATS and Gnocnmss CLAYTON CLIEANERS 501 NORTH MAIN STREET ' "YOUR FRIENDLY CORNER GROCER" EDWARDSVILLE. ILL. Phone 643 415 N. Kansas DODGE ,,'--m Q- PLYMOUTH YOUR DODGE 6: PLYMOUTH DEALER -JOB RATED TRUCKS DEPENDABLE USED CARS Cassens 8m Sons, Inc. Phone 308 Edwardsville, Illinois O HddT ty-ix BEST WISHES TO THE C mpliments of CLASS OP '52 Robinson News Agency LEONA'S BEAUTY SHOP GEO. ROBINSON CHAMPION MOTORS, Inc. RAY'S IGA STORE OLDSMOBILE ROCKET 8 MEATS and GROCERIES INTERNATIONAL TRUCKS EDWARDSVILLE, ILL. PHONE 16 Phone 58 LESLEY MARKS FUNERAL HOME A SERVICE AS MODERN AS TOMORROW . . . AS GRACIOUS AS YESTERDAY DAY AND NIGHT SERVICE . ..... . . . . . . PHONE 577 AMBULANCE SERVICE . . . . . . . PHONE 577 O 210 N. Kansas St. Edwardsville. Ill. One ,Hundred T ty GOOD LUCK ALWAYS COVERS AND BINDING 'ro THE GRADUATES or 'sz OF I 9 5 2 TIGER MISS EULALIA HOTZ by Your BECKTOLD COMPANY COUNTY CLERK St. Louis. Mo. EDWARDSVILLE LUMBER CO. Ph 4 Ph 5 S d6.Hgh St MAURICE S. SANDERSON, M. D. Bank o!Edwcn'dsvi11e Bldg. ' Phone 206 Compliments of Compliments of W. L. ESTABROOK 107 Purcell Street PLANING MILL I nc. Compliments of and Phone 487 CLEANERS 511 North Main Phone 471 . Compliments of I36 NORTH MAIN ST. ' EDWARDSVILLE, ILL. PHONE 272 O HddT ty THIRTY YEARS AGO . . . AND TODAY just thirty years ago! ln the year I 921 We photo- graphed our first Senior class for the Tiger - - The Class of l922 consisting of 36 students. Today We are still serving them, making portraits of their children and grandchildren, their friends and relatives. We cxre Iustly Proud of Our 33 Yectr Record as cm Edwardsville Home Institution. "i' A. H. STREBLER YOUR PHOTOGRAPHER 405 St. Louis St. One Hundred Thirty .!4Uf09l'a,9A5 One H undred Thirty-one One Hundred Thirty-two .14 bLf0gl'al0LJ .!4u,f09l'a,7 5 One Hundred Thirty-three One Hundred Thirty-four ..f4Ut0gl'dPA5 Jdufogralahd One Huncifred Thirty-five .14 bLf0gl'dPA5 Engravings by Priniing by PEORIA ENGRAVING CO. INTELLIGENCER PUBLISHING CO Peoria. Illinois Q Edwardsville, Illinois One Hundred Thirty-six il , V I I x L

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