Edwardsville High School - Tiger Yearbook (Edwardsville, IL)

 - Class of 1956

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X es ld 388 M..Ww-mag early arrivals . . . yellow busses delivering sfuclenfs fo school . . . jerry lends a helpin ' 'iam lafe aolmifs . . . hurrying fhrough halls . . . bytiy page four -Vwff upsta d t crowded s+airway on +o classes . . . Vernon builds a house mechanical drawing . . . 'r squares and irriangles . . . drawing boards and plaies page five shop class . . . band saw . . . drill press . . . Xs. is-W biology field frips . . . observing na'fure's wonders . . . dissecfing frogs and worms . . . chlorophyll and phofosynfhesis-homemalcers sewing and hemming . . . cuffing and fiffing pafferns . . cooking foo . . . leff handed monkey wrench Ogy field trip hom ki g b 1 h I page six n I x Ji quaking s+uden'rs ex'rend an -. ' E arm . . . faking ad'van+age of r long cafe+eria lines . . . hungry s+uden+s rush +o be 1'irs'r square lunches . . . exercising in p. e .... cold showers . . .ff+roH'ing around 'rhe gym . . . preven'rive medicine . . . eat heart fell p. e. clfiss t b t t' . . QS lflg page eight W-.,, , io X ,Q c Z J the end of the day 3:30 rush for coafs and scarves . . . books pu+ away for ano+her day . . . las+ minu+e conversafions . . good byes . . . homeward bound . . ,f 'N page nine ,TQ N , i-1, 4.i4 adminisfrafion and CZ" xxxy Q X-M M Xxx ' Ai yy XX ,f X ML ' ix: "" K N .b J -- ' ' an midi, 6 f Wasp' I 'Wwe 9 Ji' page elevfzn mr. e. l. alexander superintendent broad warm smile . . . qenial personality . . . known to all . . . always busy . . . great re- sponsibility . . . never tadinq interest . . . quick, sure step . . . important job . . . has auided our school since l937 . . . board of education keeps a smoothly running school . . . constant hard Work . . , many special meetings . . . seven member board . . . elected by popular vote . . . considers routine business and problems ot school . . . mr. lamont heidimzerg mr. elmer papeg mr. Clyde fruit, secretaryg mr. albert cassens, presideutg mr, e. l. alexander, superintendent of schoolsg mr. chester buchtug mr. rudolph hansg and mr. Wilbur suhre. -l page twelve mr. richard erzen assistant principal transportation manager . . . dean of boys . . . math teacher . . . friendly manner . . . respected by all . . . efficient handling of discipline problems . . . nice to work for and with . . . mr. nolan correll '5Acf"' principal Well known and liked , . . great interest in school affairs . . . great understanding of stud- ,5 ent problems . . . seen at school functions . . . "' extremely busy . . . maintains discipline . . A holds respect of everyone . . . performs vctriey of tasks . . . gives advice to students . . . effic- ient planning of school days . . . impartial . . . QGTIGFOUS . . . g page thirteen miss elsie sloan clean of girls Wise counseling , . . gives college tests . . . willing helpfulness . . . friendly smile . . . always on the job . . . hi-tri sponsor . . . teaches english . . . puts everyone at ease . . . miss nellie alexander b,s. in ed., m.s. in ed. mathematics 7, mr. a, m. gibson b.s., m.s. general science faculty page fourteen f M fi. 3 f .if , We if Ks 'f , fxfil L! i J wr ew .. f 21 VV ff f Ze R ffm W X ff, Q . L, A mr. arthur apprill b,s. in ed., a.m. social studies miss esther goeddcl b,s., m.a. social studies boy's chorus mr. howard belcher b.s,. m.b.a. commercial subjects .ev miss ella helm b.s., m.a., l"!lathQITl3.tlCS ' I mr. george briggs mrs. alice crocker b.s. in ed., m.s. in ed. vocal music W W, . mrs. lillle helm b.s. in ed. general science a,b.. m.a. english, speech miss joan hunter b. ed., m.s. biology mrs. elisabeth miller b.s. in ed., m.a. mechanical drawing SWR sv! lf ww mr. j. d. miller b.s. in ed., m.a. tennis coach shop Q ' X A s 5 mr. cliff cromer b.s., m.s. physical education assistant coach miss grace cunningham mrs. betty eckols b.s., m.a. spanish, french V Q t ,, AXE X Stagg, 4 3 X f fx X , X mr. richard hutton mf- b611l'1Y iSS9lh3-Pdt b.s. in ed., m.s. 8-D-i !Y1-S- assistant coach english health drivers' education living problems football coach miss janet paar miss lucy parkey b.s. in ed. b.s.. m.s. art homemaking time out for lunch .., Y , .... Hagen- b.s. in ed. english 1 Y 1 Q ,ff Q z v 7 ? i I , O 9 P 4 , ,, ff , ,, 4 I 4 tf P if fgffv W, Q I if , f mr. a. e. little a.b,, m,s. commercial subjects mr. cleaon etzl-torn miss carla gewe b.m.e., m.m.e. a.b., m.a. band latin ,KM 4252 A 4 mr. james loy mr. joe e, lucco b.s., m.s. a.b., m.a. science social studies basketball and baseball coach cholk on their cocrts . . . stern looks . . . pencils in their hands . . . ready with long assignments willing to help . . . interesting people . page fifteen ,.., miss leora thompson mr. norman reuscher mrs. rose sands b.s. b.s, a.b., m.a. english, creative writing shop english mr. chester seibert miss aletha smiser b,s. in ag., m.ed. agriculture b.s. in ed., m.a. commercial subjects , ,V st - fi -WN ' 'fr s ' :yr Qs ,, xr 5 ,V 1 fn K if ' , ' ff m "'2 f ' 'K 2' fu 4 "Tv ' " ' ' I ' in 5 , , . V ff . ,'f is , 4, - . W , lhwisss ,jscyf ns If X Vhblgfww , ,tg 1 , 1... , V , ,X A9 U .H ,XflQt,f,,,,f404X , f V,, , , k .. ' 'ff . . H ' t 4 A f sv f M f . 1, 'f' ' , il gr Lqafmtfw- fi ' miss anne perne miss vivian thompson mrs. frances tuxhorn mr. philip Weber miss igabel wood b,s. h.ed., m.s. b.s,, m.s. US- in Sd- a.b., m.a. physiral education librarian lmmemakimq fiI'iV61'S' education literature commercial subjects i f I J acu fy e , X 1 gf?" f WZ, u 9 4 , ' X fi! V page sixteen y W Q V ,V . 4 1 . " fn ' ' ' mr. Harold p. yung b.s., ed.m. ' english , mathematics miss perne shows us how '-,g I I I 8 I O I I 6 I U I I I Q5 secretaries etticient oitice secretaries . . . many duties . . . perform countless services tor students and teachers . . . sellinq tickets . . . taking care ot locker keys . . . answerinq telephones . . . custodians keep the campus and building clean . . . hard Workers . . . 5 custodians . . . ready when need- ed . . . broorns and dusting cloths . . . ladders and buckets . . . .yur mrs. Verna firnhaber registrar miss jerry ewell secretary Ufswfw E, mrs. strasen, mr. holtmann mr. brooks, mr. utechtt page seventeen -1144 37753 CAL? C 7, 1 X Q I- j - X 1 s ' 1 MXH Q is 032192255 classes s harold patton best athlete l senior personalities elected by seniors . . . five fields-best all around student . . , good citizenship . . . intelli- qence and leadership qualities . . . respected by fellow students-nicest personality . . . friendliness and pleasing disposition-best athlete . . . outstanding in any sport . . , shows sportsmanship in every way-most talented . . . displays special aifts in different fields of art, clramatics or music-typical high school senior . . . a member of clubs . . . takes part in the social and academic activities . . . Varied in- terests . . . interested in school life . . . qualities of an all around senior . . . gerry rotter nicest personality pat cassens, gerry rotter typical high school senior sue marks best all around student page nineteen ff, tr fl 4 ruth stunkel most talented senior class history stumbling into the halls of e.h.s. in sep- tember, l952 . . . new teachers and new sub- jects . . new friendships and new experiences . . . attending our first lyceum . . . being in- itiated into clubs . . . lunch in the gym from paper sacks . . . boys on one side, girls on the other . . . a matter of tradition . . . freshman- sophomore party . . . featuring "studio one" . . . first big party as freshmen-attending the halloween party again as sophomores . . spooks and witches as setting . . . sadie hawkins party . . . daisy mae and little abner . , . girls ask boys . . . once more going to the annual christmas dance-juniors in- itiate the annual turkey trot dance . . . spon- sored by the f.t.a .... "teen time", junior play . . . first big production of the class . . . iunior-senior prom . . . circus theme . . .color- ed crepe paper and balloons . . . midnight premiere . . . chicken for breakfast . . . open- ing of new cafeteria . . . student helpers . . . page twenty varied menus-special event of homecom- ing . . . annual parade and bonfire . . . pep rally after the parade . . . football game and dance . . .crowning of queen gerry . . . pre- sentation of operetta, "lowland sea" . . . given by the a cappella choir . . . senior play, "mr. co-ed" . . . many after school re- hearsals . . . representation in cross country , . . football . . . basketball . . . baseball . . and track . . . participation in state basket- ball tournament both sophomore and senior years . . . i956-second in state . . . honors given to team and individual players . . . cheerleaders, too . . . banquet and dance given in honor of the team . . , senior class gives school sound system as graduating gift . . . finally a cap and gown . . . diploma . . . each year rich in wonderful memories . . . these add up to an unforgetable four years president . . . bob heeren, secretary . . . berta brush vice-president . . . bill moorman treasurer . . . pat cassens Q Q x li i l slits MARGARET BAUER shyly reserved . . . pleas- ant companion . . . JANET BECK efficient . . . friendly dis- position . . . DARRELL BEHRENDT Ufritzl' . . . always laugh- ing...fu11ofpep.,. ARLENE BELL always has something to say . . . forever on the go . . CHARLES BERTRAM new this year . . . a real tease . . . CYRUS BLACKMORE 'ttwee" . . . student council president . . . subtle humor RICHARD BLASE agreeable . . . good hum- ored . . . JACK BOCCALEONI always busy . . . never without an interest . . . DOLORES BOEKER sweet personality . . . has something nice to say about all... RICHARD BOSCH a farm boy . . usually busy doing something . . . DORENE BRADLEY tall . . . takes life as it comes . . . DONNA BRAKHANE always cheerful . . . nice to know . . . 'W' sf' C LINDA ANDERSON tall . . . short, wavy hair . . . steady flow of talk . . . KENNETH ARNOLD played football . . . not as quiet as he seems . . . . JOANNE AUBRECHT dependable . willing to help . . always MAXINE AYRES short and snappy . . . takes responsibility LOUIS BAPTIST plays tennis . . . always willing to oblige . . . KENNETH BARTELS why mothers get gray . . gets around . . . ROBERT BAST dark complexion . . , seen, but seldom heard CHARLENE BAUER quiet . . . competent office worker . . . page twenty-one fn ,-,f f-4 f ,f - 1 Jw, BARBARA BROOKS reliable . , . sports mind- ed . . . ROBERTA BRUSH lithe . . . "come on kids, let's yell! " SYLVIA BUNTE has many nice qualities . . . a good worker . . . ERMA BURGES a girl of many moods . . . a barrel of fun . . . MARY ALICE BUTLER poised. easy manner . . . loads of fun . . . SHARON CARNAGHI she gets around . . . has devilish moments . . . ELIJAH CARPENTER "t" . . , likes football and track . . . easy going guy . . AUDREE CASSENS pleasant . . . true to her many friends . . . page twenty-two ff-WNY xi ' if if iirfi senior class GLORIA CASSENS I-if the executive type . . . a future teacher . . . PAT CASSENS likeable guy . . . has a friendly smile for all . . . FRANK CHANDLER constantly into mischief . . . likes to have a good time . . MARY CHARTRAND pretty office helper . . quiet in a nice Way . . LORETTA CHLIBEC pretty hair . . . dancing feet . . . JAMES CHRISTIANS curly blonde hair . . . full of laughs . . . PHIL CORLEW progressive jazz . . . a fut- ure engineer . , . WILLIAM DAVIS rip van winkle of e.h.s. .. strict usher at the Wildey . . LESSIE DAVIS casual . . . carefree . . .sid on her mind . , . , JERRETT FAGAN 'tj.j." . . . devilish . . . nothing disturbs him . . . BEVERLY FEHSE pleasant way . . . manner all her own . . . DONALD FENCEL dependable worker . . . truly a good guy . . . EVELYN FIELDS always friendly . . . not as quiet as she looks . . . JACK FOEHRKOLB what a .car . . . liked by everybody . . . HELEN FRANKE leader of f,h.a .... not as quiet as she seems . . . BILL FULTON real jovial guy . . . where there's bill, there's a clar- inet . . . HARLEY FULTZ he's got the beat . . . good looking . . . ROBERT GAGLIARDO bashful . . . never has ex- cuses for things not done . . RUSSELL DAVIS will try anything once . . . studies-the least of his worries . . . MARILYN DAWES works well . . . always has something to say . . . RICHARD DICKERMAN music minded . , . says very little . . . ESSIE DICKEY scared of bugs . . . fun to tease . . . SHIRLEY DINWIDDIE shy . . . demure . . . pleas- ant disposition . . . SUSANNE EARLY never loud . . . willing worker . . . JOAN EDWARDS dependable leader . . plays the clarinet . . . ROBERT ENGELMANN quiet in a refined way . . . knows what he wants . . . page twenty-three LOIS GEHRING likes to sing . . . always giggling . . . fir HERMAN GERBIG t ,M gentle manner . . . nice to ' all . . . ANTHONY GIARDINA dark . . . quiet . . . and oh, what a car . . . JOHN GREEN dancing is his fancy . . . always full of fun . . . .Ni WALTER HANKS capable leader of f.f.a .... does things in a quick man- X ner , . . r Y LONNETTA HANSEL XX agreeable with everyone . . a whiz in studies . . . ROBERTA HANSER a born leader . . . person- ality plus . . . I DORIS HARDY X quiet and refined . . . hasn't I ' much to say . . . - f ' ei 4 51 fm 1 page lwenufour senior class THERESA HARMANN to be wed . . . a charm all her own . . . THOMAS HARPER a necessity to the football team . . . one of those "mom" boys . . . BARBARA HARRISON married . . . tries to please everyone . . . BONNIE HART hidden talents . . . has ideas of her own . . . ROBERT HEEREN practical . '. , industrious and hard working . . . JIM HEINEMEIER sharp dresser . . . wants to become a nurse . . . PHYLLIS HELFER attractively tall . . . one of the sweetest . . . RICHARD HELMKAMP generous . . . girls - - the least of his worries . . . MARVIN HENKE a future farmer . . . always on the move . . . if ta: ii 4 PATRICIA HENRY a friend to all . . . do they admit girls to purdue? . . . GLORIANNE HICKEY red hair . . . serious . . faithful . . . SHERLYN HIGHLANDER g mischievous . . . energetic ...funtobewith... , A JO ANN HINNEN engaged . . . friendly in a 'W quiet way . . . L ,,,,,,,,r CARL HOFFNER a a good athlete . . . a real cute guy . . . CARROLL HOOKS likes to dance . . , school -the least of her worries JUSTUS HORSTMANN nice to know . . . genial personality . . . PEGGY HOSIER poster paints and crazy sketches . . . that infectious laugh . . . 1 page twenty-five NANCY HOWES loves to laugh . . . full of fun and mischief . . . BEVERLY HUGHES new here . . . smiling ways GEORGIA HUGHES loquacious . . . ready to make new friends . . . LEONA HYDRON tiny library helper . . good humor . . . LA VERNE ISENBERG broad shoulders . . . one of our future farmers . , . MANNIE JACKSON excells in basketball and track , . . smooth and well dressed . . . LEROY JOHNSON tall . . . never takes things seriously . . . SAMUEL JOHNSON fast on the football field . . . likes to sing and dance . . . GAIL ANN JONES reliable office worker . . . has a cheery hello for all . . MAURICE JONES gifted at the piano . . , act- ing ability . . . WALTER JUSTICE firm in his own convictions . . . talented cornetist . . . HAROLD KAST Hchoppyi' . . . not as inno- cent as he looks . . . SHARON KESSMAN gay and laughing . . . never seems to have a worry . . . BOBBY KING likes to bowl . . , never seems to worry . . . DELORE KING sleeps most of his time away . . . says very little . . ELDON KNOCHE enjoys singing . . . assuring way . . . VERNON KOENIG has little worries . . . cas- ual manner . . . page twenty-six 2 f N. NY V 'QW senior class JANE KOTVA "tiger times" editor . . fun to be around . . . MARGARET KRIEGE that priceless sparkle . . mischief on her mind . . MARILYN LAMBERT always cheerful . , . en- thusiastic . . . SHIRLEY LEITNER slow, but sure . . . always ready for a joke . . . SANDRA LEWIS lively and friendly . . loves to skate . . . PATRICIA LONG fun loving . . . knack for sports . . . ROBERT LOWRY nix on homework . . . a hard worker on the job . . . JOSEPH MAKLER unknown talents . . . never has too much to say . . . SUE MARKS takes responsibility . . . a sincere and faithful friend WILLIAM MOORMAN interested in science . . . an all around excellent stud- ent . . . MARY MORRIS K'levis" and levis . . . al- ways natural . . . DAVID MORTON always has something to say . . . interested in sports TONI MUSSO has a beau in every town , . . always ready with a cheer . . . CHARLES NEWTON unpredictable . . . manner all his own . . . ARLENE. NOLL determined . . . likeable ...plenty of fun . .. EARLENE ORMAN pretty red hair . . . fun to be with . . . JOYCE PAPE independent . . . does her work with a smile . . . HAROLD PATTON an outstanding athlete . . handsome royal escort . . Q!!! 1 5 .. Q s , ,, WILBUR MATEYKA a scientist at heart . . likes the outdoors . . . DAVID MAY tall and dark . . . takes life easy . HETTIE MAYFIELD a whiz in shorthand . . diligent worker . . . STUART MCELWAIN likes to tease . . . always himself . . . CYNTHIA McKEE friendly . . . easy to get along with . ALVIN MCNEILLY takes life as it comes . . a guy of few words . . . ROGER MCNEILLY an artist . . . a nice guy with little to say . . . VIRGIL MILLER movie operator . . . hails from "glen" . . . page twenty-seven Nm. ' FRANK PETERSON likeable . . . not the serious type . . . JAMES PETERSON, easy going . . . from the metropolis of poag . . . LUTHER PIKE ho-hum, no more school . , . out for a good time . . . LOUIS PINKAS "louie" . . . pole vaulter. . good natured . . . DONALD PRATT a country chap . . . quiet, but friendly . . . VELDA MAE PRIMAS our hard working t'tiger" editor . . . poised and neat JEAN PROTT little . . . sweet . . . loyal I friend , . . DAVID PROVAZNIK forever blushing . . . takes his time in doing things . . f page twenty-eight dbh 'Quik ess- ,Q senior class THERESA RAFFAELLE a real "card" . . . will never be friendless . . . CAROL RASPLICA wavy, red hair . . . best in music . . . ROBERT RAY red hair . . . seen, but sel- dom heard . . . BOBBY REED ain't misbehaving? . . . all around nice guy . . . CHARLES REED pleasant manner . . . likes mountain music . . . RONNIE REID well dressed . . . ready with a joke . . . MARY SUE REILLY a whiz in sports . . . full of school spirit . . . KENNETH REITER an unassuming guy . . . far from the noisy type . . . JERRY ROBEIN ...D best in chemistry . . . gets things done . . . t:.Q QQ fl 3 i1-, WALTER SCHRAMM tennis . . . a friendly smile . . . an assurring way . . . RONALD SCHWARTZKOPF willing to help . . . a steady good worker . . . ELAINE FRANCES SELLNER slowly provoked . . . has little to say . . . RAYMOND SHAFFER rugged on the football field . . . friendly to all . . . SIDNEY SHASHACK a neat car . . . girls, he's taken . . . BILL SHEPPARD little guy . . . head of the aviation club . . . CHARLES SIMMONS interested in f,f.a .... not really quiet . . . ROGER SMITH bashful . . . not noisy, but still fun . . . EDWARD SNAJDR the man with the horn . . . wonderful personality . . . PRESTON ROBINSON "pres" . . . full of energy . . . little man on the foot- ball field . , . GERRY ROTTER homecoming queen . . . friendly smile , . . one of the nicest girls we know . . CAROL SAJOVETZ Q smiling blonde . . . nice to work with . . . JEAN SATTERLEE gentle manner . . . future -marriage . . . DAVID SCHEYER a guy of few words . . . busy distributing "globes" and "posts" . . . JANET SCHWEAR always talking . . . good natured . . . GERALD SCHMIDT newcomer to e. h. s .... a quiet sort of fellow . . . KENNETH SCHRADER good worker . . . gets along with everyone . . . page twenty-nine 1 MELBA SPILLER loves to sing . . . likes basketball ,... RUTH STAHLHUT eager to help . . . constant- ly talking . . . WILLIAM STEELMAN "shorty" . . . little, but mighty . . . FRED STEIN what an accent . . . a friendly smile . . . CHARLOTTE STOCES neat black hair . . . friend- ly disposition . . . DARLEEN STOECKLIN a loyal fan . . . a good office helper . . . DALLAN STRADER deep voice . . . appears quiet . . . RUTH STUNKEL musically inclined . . . the most talented . . . A We Pagethifty senior class ':Q54jg.E,2sigw - 4 I NNN 1 ss fx fa PATRICIA SZEGEDY cute dimples . . . constant flow of talk . . . SHIRLEY TOMLINSON quiet in a favorable way . . nice to all . . . RAYMOND TREBING a Hglen" kid . . . drives a real rod . . . HOWARD UNTERBRINK Hcappy' . . . ready with a joke , . . full of mischief. . CHARLES VADALABENE the 'tbeak" . . . a real gone stride . . . JOEL VAN STEE intelligent . . . a capable and reliable worker . . . GOVONER VAUGHN patience . . . skill . . . easy going humor . , . CYNTHIA VERNON an individualist . . . means what she says . . . DAVID VIERE tall blonde . . . nothing seems to disturb him . . . ROSS WEHLING boy from the country . . . nice smile . . . GLORIA WEISHAUPT naturally nice . . . varied interests . . . DAVID WILKINSON never a care . . . plays the trombone . . RONALD WILLIAMSON quiet and sure . . . con- servative conversationalist WILLIAM WINTER always ready for a good time . . . swell personality BETTY WISE artistic . . . sings and plays the piano . . . . - WALTER WYDRA likes nature . . . seems quiet . . , CLARINE YOUNG pierced ears and dangling earrings . . . Wants to be a secretary JOAN COOPER Cno picturej our new south- ern belle . . . pleasant Ways . . . JO ANN VOHRADSKY an accordianist . . . stands out in sports . . . DWIGHT WADE i easy going . . . mechanical interests . . . BETTY WADLOW what a sparkle . . Z one of our future secretaries . . . NANCY WALLACE an artist on the piano keys . . . enthusiastic about everything . . . MABLE WASHINGTON friendly smile . . . jolly ways . . . LINDELL WEBB plays baseball . . . sleeps through his classes . . . ALLAN WEBER quiet sureness . . . likes the out of doors . . . JOAN WEBER state vice-president i.j.a.s. . , . ready for work or play page thirty-one 4-L waz' Q , ,A Q Q .J I I i guna 'Li li l JE. is vice-president, gail hayes . . treasurer, donna behrendt . . secretary, marlene Iiettmer . . president, tom gericke . , . page thirty-two AHRENS, GARY ARTH, BILL AYRES, RICHARD W BABE, VERNA qs, W x I , 7 A-A Q BARNES, PIIYLLIB ' X '1 I ' IL - f A f 2 it i ZLL I "I f if ' I 5 I I w i ' A , I in ' I V'ee ' BARTON, ANNETTE BAST, BOBBY BEHRENDT, DONNA , BESS, MARLENE M BEST, SHIRLEY ,awk limo we - 'Q I we ,ff X , N , wwf' w' N, Q Xlw I Q va ,te-7 . 'fy 'V' . i' f ' Ml' BICKELL, DIANA It BLAEUER, LINDA Wg BLIND, PATTY A BOERGADINE, LEE ,, .MI , BOLLMAN, TERRY he Q " Ia ck g k , X qw. X! 'xg' J A A I QI., fr J f A Q Z , g A ' BOPP, KENNETH ' ,I E . ,Q BRAML, JOE ' " BRATTEN, SAM - I BRENDLE, RICHARD I New , , , I ,. f N 'nh X L ,f-I gf I BROOKS, THURMA . ,Q I --.. ix. fy I , , 4 3 X , ' - w, W, 35 Ns g , ,Sa . , .fy W ,,n,, gi ,M-QQ, 5 - " hw, f ,A ,.I' ,g I I ,A sf A x xg I I ' A 'ELL I Im v ,IF-'A,,. s BROWN, LINDA BRUNNWORTH, ROLLAND BUCHTA, ALLYN BUCKLES, WADE BUNTE. .IANICE BURNS, TOMMY BUSCH. DELRAE CARSON, SHIRLEY CARTER, GERALD CASNA, JANET CHANDLER, JIMMIE COCKS. DAVID CROW, SHARON CULBERTSON, DON DAECH. SARA LEE DANKENBRING, DORIS DAVIS, DOROTHY DAVIS. MARION DEIST, CHRISTINE DETTMER, MARLENE DINWIDDIE, HELEN DINWIDDIE, RUTI' EADS, JIM EILERS. ROBERW ELBERSON, WILLIAM ,z lf-1 Ip, "f- ' " l ' ' ,, I A , f , S M I , 21, , f ,fi ' ' , . , Y Swv. Nw , fy Q4 ix. 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GERALDINE HUGHES, JOAN HUME, CARMA LYNN HYDRON, PHILLIP HYTEN, BOB JOHNSON, JOYCE JONES, BARBARA JUDGE, KEITH KESL, GARY KING, BARBARA KIRK, RITA KLOSTERMEIER, BETTY KNECHT. ELDON KOVARIK. JERRY KRIEGE DAVID KRIEGER, NANCY KROHNE, HAROLD KRUSE. DONALD KYRO. DONNA LANGE, DONALD LEICHSENRING, GERALD LEONARD, PRESTON LEWIS. ETTA LOHR. EUGENE LONG, NANCY MADISON, BRYAN MAGEE, CAROL MAGETTE, DENNIS MAKLER, SAM MALLORY, GORDON MARTIN. ALLEN MARTIN. AUDREY MARTIN. IDEL MARTIN, RONALD MARTIN. VIRGINIA MAY, LEE MCDOUGAL, DENNIS MENQNI, FLORA METCALFE, MARIJEAN MILLER, PATRICIA MOTL, MYRNA NEUHAUS. VIRGIL NEWTON, GARY NUERNBERGER. ROBERT NUNNALLY, JEAN ONORI, ROBERT Aw 'WJ f In J I iw A Www KL! I ! ,ww N ,yy S- , , W M-,f , x ' if f I- f ,w I 2 Sw, 2 if I f yv'-ff M.. fm '44f"'r ww, 6, 2 ,, W. 5 ,, " R 2 :dh A fu. , Q if A Wiz- 14 W 'X gb. V4N ff I X! f If .14 f : Wk J f I Q Z 5 Q .wfwvj M! V. iw, page thirty-five I,,,,,, ' 'UV ' ff A I, IZSZ5: fgqf , 751 32 Z4 , 'f s. f 4: ' . 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GEORGE TREBING, RONALD UNGER, RICHARD URSPRUNG. EUGENI VAN HOOSER, JANICF VAN WINKLE. SUF VAUGHN, EMMA VAUGHN, JIMMIE VERNETTI, ROBERT VOLMA, ANNE VOYLES, MINA WAGNER, CAROL WALKER. JOHN WATSEK, EDVVARD WATSEK, HELEN WELCH, DAL7 WEST, LDAVID WERNER, WILLIAM WESTBROOK. CAROL WETZEL, THOMAS WHITE, RAY YVHITED, ROLLIN WIEDEY, RICHARD WILDGRUBE, GERALD WISE. BILLIE WRIGHT, BARBARA WYATT, TERRY YATES, MYRNA LOY YOUNG, JANET ZIEGLER, BETTY ZIEGLER, BOBBY ZUIDEMA, JIM ,WML P? E H 'T' " 'f' JN 'ZQT' O. ,ff 'T' I A Q K f 1 5 , , Qi Nw ! ? ff X, Q QL, C. M K, .. ,, WW ,fx , :T f 1 ii -S 2 , . , x -I W NV' -, f , xy I , QQ I I 'vig -4' , O-5' x H, f 1, A 3-' I ' I.. 5, 1 . 5 E 3 1 ga -A V , sf , A Tx ,.,,, , X K! XNT 5 Q S NW XMI f Til, gi A 1. A M f- Q ,QSO . eil' ' -W- 5 ' xr-P' tg :sf -'W' S p f page thirty-seven 2 J I A Neff , M, - , . yn . 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JO ANN GOWER, MIKE GREEN, SUE ANN GUADAGANO, KAY GUSEWELLE, RUTH HACKETHAL, PAT HALE, ERNEST HANCOCK, HAROLD HANKS, WILLIAM HARBISON, JOHN HARMENING, DONNA HARRIS, DARRELL HARRIS, JOYCE HARRIS, LLOYD HART, DAVID HAYWOOD, DALE HAZZARD, JIM sophomore class 1 A If "Vs Q , 1 Q 'r W 44: ' ' wwf YN R . x wi! ,L R digs A A , A AS,,x,X SN- ff . S f? Nw 4 4, W ' yi? ,fro A f if HELFER, JUDY HENRY, MICKEY HESS. CLEMENS HESS. RICHARD HEUER, JANETTE HOLT, ALBERTA HOTZ, KAY HOWELLS, JOANNE HOWERTON, MARLENE HUMPHREY, LELAND HUGHES, PHYLLIS WA H ,X. xt .. ' ,A W I , A HUTTON, DORA N' 5 n fx-rf 71- T ,,,, , , A f A i JAOOB1, BOB 1 JOHNSON, JERRY 5 JONES, SYLVIA x V X X KAUFMANN, DENNIS ffm M um AK W X i KAUFMANN. SANDRA fl ' f -Q lf W KAYS, JOHN ' A D' ISHS. I , - . A ' gg ..,,, .,,,, N ,STXX 1 A - ' A KIDD, JUDY QQ ' , h il W KOVARIK, FRANKLIN g, K V' , J , KRAFT. BARBARA , Q A 1 , , 'W 5 f f - 4 N KRAFT, BEVERLY N' if - fb Q 'W i . K - A , 5 f ,ex U 4 z , ,fr , , K 1: A . 2- " SA 54 ,A -be . A. 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ROBERT STAHLHUT, MERLE STILLWELL, LAWRENCE STINE, KATHERINE STOCES. GLORIA ,VW ry Z g. Z, - f ,, 1 x .yn ,,f I 0 J I STRASEN, JO ANN STUNKEL, cAROL ' ,MQ THOMAS, LARRY 'Sl A, iw., H' ' A I , 5 f THOMPSON, LAWRENCE W . , f M, ' .,.X,,ri, V A , X591., in I- si V . u, S 3 02. x fk,f:n-iikisw' 'va X A ,ZW TOWNZEN, JANET ' TROJAHN, BILL I , 1 TUDOR, DENNIS j, , TURNER, BETTY UHE, GERALD 2 q ,f M, f ULREY, JEANNETTE 1' ' A A New W I W KW! Am 17, amz fy . wiv 5 Y , f , 3 .. ' , S-Zfx 7 I V UNTERBRINK, vIcTOR ' I - A I VADALABENE, SAM I A f J .Q , VAN I-IOOSER. DVVANE I - 'T " , ' I X VERNATTI, PATTI . 11 , ,M , - I q VVADLOW. BARBARA I 'Q X f MA f ff A W , 2 '- 1 'W I , gb- 1 , A "' 2 A , f A - g' ig viii A Vf' A, if page forty-three WVAGNER, MARLIN A L , WALTENBAUGH, SANDRA I ,K K, WVARDLE, DAVE A f V I WASHINGTON, LARRY I kr Q A V , 55 WATERFALL' JANE . , 'As f If , G' A WATSEK, MARY f x , ,Q , I 1-1-4 , fa , 1 ' C , . 7 f fy, ' WEBB, SHARON VVEI-IMEYER, JANET WEILER, GERALD WEINBERG. LEOLA WHITE, BOB WHITED, ANITA WIEDUWILT, DAVID WIEGAND, EDVVARD WILDMAN, CARROLL WILHARLI, JUDY WILKINSON. MARGARET WILLE, ROGER ,ff D png If mf If f Z . X f Q I if Z ff 1- 1-Y A 7 .7 N., If mv 1. 5 , iv? f f 3 WAR ju ,i 'DQR fs unix WILLIAMS, DORRIS WILLMANN. RONALD M V I A 3. Q WILSON, SANDRA M WITSCIIIE, JUDITH , Q f f If-5 WYNNE, CHARLES X if ,,..., A M W ZIMMERMAN, KENT ,f . M M M I 1,5 ' Z ,2 nf' ff.-' gf, f X 4 f W J ff Lf ' If A Z ff 2 'j X f, f ,, 4 S 6 . Aww A D 1 Q! V"-D," .mm W j ,,, ' , ' ff win ..,,,,, fm: ,w"'m4,f I IK W f af 4 f ', an I f f f HW ' Q iff!!! J row one: secretary row two: treasurer page forty-four .N Q., f . xg: X4 , Alf! '1 .Q Y X 1 Q L! . . . colleen lzxnkfurd, vice-president , . . john klinkc. marcia harting, president , john blixen. X . l, ,bw 0 '53 :gf w K- Q, C13 ,N X , 4 X Q freshman 'class E2 . - , .M M .. SNA , , ,-. , f f A A - 1 f ns.. Q f , XA -i I ? jjffybf A W fr rv-,Q 9 X ' 'E 4 ff f M, fn' Y Z A Y Z .... 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A-., I I JOHNSON, ESSIE I JONES, JEWEL A A , f JONES, LARRY . J 1 ? 2 f JUDGE, JANICE W ' QM 4 I V KASSING, JEANNE H f ' ' , ' , 'MA ' 3 ,, V I f' A I 5 , 1 I , , N 3 f 5 4 ' iff , , X g KESSINGER, RALPH KAIJFMANN. MELANIE V , KE SSMAN, JANETTE 2 J I ' ', KIND, ROBERT X J W. KI, 'G, WANDA X ,gr ,,,,, h , t W 4. 17? ,R ' x .ex , I , 5isqZJ V, A f f I- I I ,f as 5. ' f KLINKE, BILL KRIEGE, ROBERT KROUSE, GAYLA KUCHTA, MARILYN KYRO, KATHLEEN LADD, LEE LAMB. BONNIE LANDRUS, JANET LANKFORD, COLEEN LEACH, CAROL LEITNER, LARRY Le TOURNEAU. JUDITH LIGON. WILLIAM LIPPINCOTT. PHYLLIS MAGRUDER, ROBERT MARTIN. CAROLE MARTIN, CUTIS MARTIN, DONALD MARTIN, TERRY MCCULLOUGH, HARRY MCDAID, JOHN MCLEAN. MICHAEL MEIKAMP. EUGENE MERKEL, CLARENCE MEYER, DUANE MICHEL. SANDRA MOLLER, JACKIE MOSBY. LARRY MUGLER, JULIA ANN MULLIKIN, CARL MUSSO, LINDA MYERS, ANDREA LEE NEIDHARDT, JUDY NEWELL, CARMEN NOLTE, NELSON O'CONNELL. KAREN PETERSON. 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A 4 27 Ml. if r , y 2 Q i homecoming couri' peggy hosier joann ranek pat cassens rolland brunnworth beverly brush carma lynn hume dave eberhart buzz shaw sue brockmeier tom dunlap gerry rotter harold patton jeannie cherry gayla krouse jerry johnson mike peterson margo kriege pat long bill winter bobby reed berta brush carl hoffner page fifty-four gerry rotter homecoming queen margo krlege, berta brush special maids f. ,ff , U, .- .. - 5,1 - ,Qc ,fi ':"-xl, 4 a+ A ll ,g ,V 1 A - I ,,. ,- Q ,is ' '-QQ 'if W,- 1 , ,elven -' l V f R -V .4 E . i ev ' v'f!'1' LJ lfifviimw 'IMT 22? J WV- , ' +G., wa V7 ,af if . 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Turkey 'rro'r sponsored by f.t.a .... brown, orange and yellow decorations . . . alumni guests . . . golden pumpkins and crisp leaves . . . multi-colored turkeys adorn- ed the Walls . . . fitting climax to the thanksgiving weekend. page fifty-six 'll'-'ti' XJ my V qua tet a la minstrel . get PX T ' EJ X g t sl hal ha . . p ific halloween party ghosts and goblins . . . witches and Weird figures . . . masks and make-up . . . dough- nuts and tally apples . . . jack-o-lanterns . . . bales of straw . . . grand march While judges ponder . . . prizes for the most beautiful, best group, mcsf original and ugliest . . . just two old sacks d page fifty-seven J dd Q9 -47119 G7 A f A Q v p Q Q 6 9 bl Q up Q Lb X f ,X ew W J K Q h lly d mistletoe . . . N f !,,,mwr Q mtl' wkw tial lj S419 4 7 r l M ll All ml' I I G fl l page fifty-eight fn fir t christmas dance winter tormgls . . . red cmd green color theme . . . colorfully lighted tree . . . sponsored by tiger town . . . pcrper sculpture wreaths and scenes . . . ?? th harma-notes hi-ho. . . ht-ho . , . YXNKY D1N H VT 411219 X kid party the mouskateers hi-tri entertains . . . tor girls only . . . disneyland theme . . . short skirts . . . hair bows, dolls, and all day suckers . . . elrner, the trumpet player . . . teddy bears . . . jurnpinq rope . . . very lively party page fifty-nine WXX C 7 J KJ , V FQ ff it wid WJ a night to remember scotch tape . . . hot air page sixty junior-senior prom pink balloons . . . red crepe paper . . . black ape, pink tiger . . . clowns, sironq rnan, iai lady . . , fluffy iormals . . . black seals decorate the tables . . . premier ai the wildey-"white christmas" . . . chicken dinner . . . late liours . . . wonderful night . . . qh 1 idders . . , streamers of pink 'Jan eve ybody dance , mrnmm good! I za enjoying the premiere sV537 f, fi gf K s A4 270 , Q E - 2' e --J' xy 0' ' Q seals and smiles page sixty-one iunior Play row onewgail hayes, alice hansel, donna behrendt, j a n i c e van hooser, joann ranek, robbe solo- mon, eileen hex-tel, kay holbeck. row two- mrs. ech- ols, kenny bopp, l e e boergadine, richard w i e d e y, gary kesl, jim pon- eta, keith judge, bobb zie 'ler, mr. HQ Y 'F-. yunfl. "sneak date" . . . exciting moments in a mili- tary school . . . leadinq man, qary kesl and his leading lady, joann ranek . . . eveninq practices make-up . sentation . page sixty-two . . . dress rehearsal . . . messy excitement of the actual pre- echols-yunq production. L If I g if 'fn ly' cast frankie allen , ..V..... .....rr . ,.... j oann ranek harold linch i .i.. . ..,,.rrr.,,..,..,..,r,...... gary kesl betty park ..,,r,,l,...,.,,, donna behrendt shirley malone ..rV...... eileen hertel slip drake . r ,..,....i, ....r, . jim poneta zep hawkins ,,i,.. . ....,,,,... keith judge larry sparks ...i. , richard wiedey drink wittman ., ...............,, , bob ziegler colonel sparks M ...... ......., 1 ee boergadine ellen white ...,,,r..rr, .. . ..i... .....,.. k ay holbeck annabella smith ........ janice van hooser clara stephenson . ,u....., ,,,u...rrr,, g ail hayes ethyl Campbell .. , i....., robbe solomon SPSHCSI' day . i r..rr..,..i.r kenny bopp sara finch ,,,..,. alice hansel senior play row one - susie but- ler, gerry rotter, ber- ta hanser. m a r g o kriege, toni musso, jane kotva, b e r t a brush. row two 7 barbara brooks, joan edwards, pat long, gloria wels- haupt, joanne au- brecht, joan Weber. row three - mrs. Crocker, jim heine- meier, herman gerbig, joel van stee, charles bertram. homer ,,,,,, gilbert ., , lotus .rr.ri.r oliver .. e,,. .A emily i.ii.i. hayworth brewster ,,.....e pooley ,,,,,,ie, carr , ruby .i,..... carol ....i.......,.. bernice girls ,.....,,. prompter .......... . stage properties a, business manager cast i herman gerbig charles bertram , jim heinemeier joel van stee margo kriege gloria weishaupt .A roberta lianser barbara brooks jane kotva toni musso susie butler joan edwards joanne aubrecht joan cooper roberta brush pat long gerry rotter , cynthia Vernon gloria cassens joan Weber charles bertram Hmr. co-ed' '... jim heinemeier and rnarqo krieqe star as lotus and emily . . . depicts liie in a girls' school . . . try outs . . . after school practices . . . iight scene . . . sneak preview in school assembly . . . staqe iriqht . . . re- ceived entliusiastically . . . orchids to direct- or .... page sixty-three organizafions page sixty-four 1 -4 ' 1 L X ,AEK .7 wg me j f W g, CQ? WTB Q my eil Lf fi' Q -4 fi5wENTig fdlgxvsj J ,Jvqjj HJ A K1 H S' , ., : W 'K f 5 Xi I - ' .fxgxx , X, ,, ,, ,ff ,fe A 5 ' jf" 4, V, X - 1 X X ,J V A "Q 1- -1 P 4 f , - : , 1 ,M mx I X -may - f Wf ' M , .M p g tyf ,, ,,,,, My . t--- KW - -,Wy f V a ff fm f was ' ' ronnie enloe, underclass assistant . . . bob hyten, photo!-Zrapher . . . cynthia Vernon, picture editor. literary stuff: nancy Wallace, clubs . . toni musso, activi- ties . . . carol sajovetz, literary editor . . . gerry rotter and rnary suv reilly, classes. joan Weber and cy blackmore, sales managers . . . berta hans- er, ad manager . . , page sixty-six velda mae primas pat henry ,,,,,.. ,, carol sajovetz ,. .. , toni musso ..,,,, mary sue reilly .. gerry rotter nancy Wallace ,..,... harold patton .llll. Cynthia Vernon .. ., peg hosier . ..l.,, , cy blackmore .l.l, joan Weber roberta hanser ......, bob hyten .. iii., don fencel Joan weber mary sue reilly ronnie enloe ...i... . mariene dettmer miss paar ,, miss wood . mr. gibson Tiger staff 61 X lit, a staff .. ,, , ...........l........,. editor business manager literary editor activities classes clubs sports picture editor art editor sales managers ad manager photographers typists underclass assistants adviser literary adviser .i,V.,i,.. ad adviser velda mae primas editor f y ,W-n,f - X as,- ,NM M. PP' K so , is pat henry business manager paste and paper . . . snapshots and shears . . . busy sixth hour meetings , . . ads and arguments . . . dusty Yearbooks irorn the past . . . finally the climax-our '56 tiger . . . tiger stait row one-marlene dettmer, mary sue reilly, nancy Wallace, carol sajovetz, gerry rotter. row two-bob hyten, cy blackmore, joan Weber, cynthia vernon, pat henry, harold patton, velda mae primas, miss paar, miss wood, toni musso, don fencel. tiger ad stati row one-sue marks, pat long, earlene orman, berta hanser, gail jones, gloria weishaupt, joan edwards. row two-herman gerbig, evelyn fields. susie butler, pat cassens, mr. gibson. page sixty-seven row one- fmaxine ayres, pat long. barbara brooks, evelyn fields, joyce pape. row two walter banks, Carol sajovetz, darleen stoecklin, berta blush, margo kriege, peg hosier, beverly hughes. miss thompS0n. tony giardlna. row three---david Wilkinson, jane kotva. gloria cassens, lots gehring, shlrley leitner, sherlyn higblander, clarine young, hermarl gerbiu. page sixty-eight -xr, Tl jane kotva .......,,., maxine ayres ,. ger fumes staff .. editor asst. editor gloria cassens , ,,,, ,y....., n ews editor pat long ...........,.... . . reporters david wilkinson margo kriege ...,, , ....., art editor evelyn fields . .,.. assistants herman gerbig ,,,.,.., ,. ., business barbara brooks roberta brush i .... ....., . features carol sajovetz beverly hughes Joyce pape walter hanks ,,,, ........... .,.. i A .. sports editor darleen stoecklin sherlyn highlander .,,.,.,,. ..li... c irculation clarine young i.,. .,V, i.,.u. , , , typlgtg lois gehring Shirley leitner cutting stencils . . . black ink-stained fingers . . deadlines to meet . . . new fashion features. . . gossip columns . . . capable editor jane kotva . . . creative writing class as staff . . . santa claus letter Writing contest . . . compaiqns for subscriptions . row one-maxine ayres, bonnie lamb, cy blackmore, susie butler, velda. mae primas, sue marks, sue sternitzke, sharon Webb, mr. yung. row two-nancy blackmore, andi myers, pat henry, Carolyn schroeder, kay cassens, judy anderson, rita kirk. virginia martin, mrs. sands. row three-arlene yehling, russell solomon, wade buckles, pat cass ms, Carroll wildman, jerry johnson, sam makler, Webb lewis. row four--royce dettmer, joel van stee, walter guller. carl hoffner, buzz shaw. john fruit, tom gericke. lllllll 1' Cl 1' 'I officers cy blackmore ,,.. .,.,.,.... ...,,,,.. , .....,.... ...,,... p resident susie butler ......... vice-president sue marks .......... ., ,..,....... secretary velda mae primas treasurer student governing body of school . . . president cy blackmore with gavel in hand . . . rushing to tuesday morning meetings . . . publishing hand- book as guide for students . . . selling pencils page Sixty-nine . . . selling soda at basketball games . . . spon- soring bean dances . . . decorating christmas trees in hall . . . sponsors-mrs. sands, mr. yung, and mr. correll . . . 96' ' Q S row one-judy shelton, janet dinwiddie, judy kidd, jo ann strasen, bonnie lamb, marijean metcalfe, leona hydron, jean satterlee, miss thompson. row two-joann vohradsky, shirley tomlinson, georgia bollman, phyllis stack, judy davis, sue ann green, jane waterfall, barbara wadlow. ' row threeimarcia hartinsz, shirley carson, rosemary agles, judy wilharm, betty wadlow, anita whited, Carolyn fraser, margaret Wilkinson. row four f--darlenv helmirfh, Iois moore, webh lewis, hill sedlavek, kent zimmerman, sharon flynn, linda brown library club hi-Tri council student librarians . . . service club . . . hard sadie hawkins party-scramble for dates . . work and time spent for smooth operation of kid party-piqtails and suckers . . . formal in- library . . . checkinq books in and out . . . over- tallation-"i would be true"-traditional song due books . . . fines . . . awards for two years' . . . our aims-honesty, character, loyalty, service . . . senior party to honor graduates friendship, and courtesy . . . interesting pro- . . . president-leona hydron .... Grams sponsored by classes . . . hi-tri council'- the qoverninq body of hi-tri .... ' row one-carma lynn hume, marie going, maxine ayres, pat long, miss helm. row two - miss thompson, kathy wallace, sue marks, pat henry, pat,ti vernatti, jean prott, miss sloan. row three-miss cunningham, mar- lene pulliam, darlene helmich, marlene dettmer, joyce smith, joan edwards, betty wadlow. I' page seventy row one-dwane van hooser, bob ernest, kent zimmei-man, larry mosby, david hoffman, bill hellrung, mike mc lean, joe schwalb, jay buchta, mervin satterlee. row twoebob jacobi, charles deak, webb lewis, jim buch, dale welch, bill burian, larry fencel, franklin kovarik. row three-joe rotter, carl mullikin, mike gower, ray eberhart, bill davis, ronnie riggs. bob mc elwain, bill houba, roger south. visual ands club showing movies . . . running tape recorder . . . taking care of equipment . . . operating strip film machine, our job too . . .always busy, always in demand . . . understand why? . . . it's a biq job carried out nicely .... Technlclans club liqht up our parties and programs . . . operate iootliqhts and microphones tor plays . . . set up the sound system for iootball and basketball qames . ..play records at the "bean" dances . . . an added asset to any school . . . row one-bob ernest, franklin ko- varik, dennis kaufmann, carroll wildman, david hoffman, fleming bradshaw, david peterson, miss goeddel. row two-webb lewis, jim buch, bob kidd, john blixen, mike peterson, don kruse, charles dittes. row three - bob mc elwain. dale welch, walter guller, harold kroh- ne, ray eberhart, earl meek, bill davis, wilbur mateyka, virgil mil- ler, larnie sidener. page seventy-one row one-sandra sidener, betty wise, janet schwear, charlene bauer, helen franke, sherlyn highlander, carol sajovetz, cecelia shaw, joann goertz, sharon sasek, row two-faith edwards, lois Decker, Carole sue simmons, joyce johnson. audrey martin, carole martin, marilyn kuchta, sandra michel, barbara russell, norma cooper, helen dinwlddie, teresa hammond, julia ann mugler. row three-shirley dlnwiddie, nancy ranek, melvla young, marlene howerton, alberta bartels, alice hansel, delores head, phyllis barnes, carol wagner, janet young, jean prott, arlene noll, emma vaughn, miss parkey. row four--ruth dinwlddle, ruth bosch, bonnie hart, sue early, pat gagllardo, beverly kraft, sandra waltenbaugh, shirley roemelin, nancy kelly, alice albrecht, donna davis, judlth witschie, sue pyle, donna neuhaus, janet casna, arlene yehling. future homemakers future Teachers i.h.a. banquet . . . initiation by candlelight . . . turkey trot . . . american education Week-guides installation . . . chiet cook, helen tranke . . . for parents . . . scholarship information . . . junior "betty crackers" . . . hot dogs at football substituting for teachers . . . our head future qames . . . scavenger hunt . . . pertect attend- teacherfgerry rotter . . . district and state meet- ance trip . . . hawaiian banquet to honor par- ings . . . members decide Whether they would ents-leis . . promote appreciation of the satis- enjoy actual teaching . . . . faction of aood hornemakinq .... row one-maxine ayres, gerry rot.- ter, toni musso, velda mae pri- mas, joanne aubrecht., cynthla vernon. gloria welshaupt. row two-miss alexander, pat long, isabelle rasplica, joan edwards. darlcen stoecklin, barbara brooks, sue dittes, mina voyles. row three - carol rasplica, gloria cassens, richard kretschmer, har- old krohne, marilyn dawes, aud- ree cassens, nancy mueiler, jean burnett. page seventy-two row one-ewalter hanks, don pratt, roy franke, richard bosch, charles simmons, mr, seibert. row two-eldon schoeber, merle stahlhut, raymond vieth, duane meyer, allan weber, earl meek, ronald highlander, gerald stahlhut, john benner, ed forguson, allyn buchta. row three-mike brazier, robert betts, david west, thurrnan brooks, marshall bardelmeier, victor unterbrink, gary newton, albert stahlhut, calvin haring, leslie helmkamp. row fourwronald schaake, david pass, jerome zeisset, calvin hellrung, gerald wildgrube, clemens hess, melvin lesemann, don dorsey, roy hosto, bill arth, clarence merkel, bill mugler. business education club junior and senior girls interested in becoming good secretaries . . . guest speakers . . . skits on office procedure . . . telephone tactics . . . president-ruth stunkel .... row one-sylvia bunte, Joyce pape, rosemary pike, betty peterson, idel martin, shirley henke. row two-loretta chlibec, clarine young, sue pivoda, flora menoni, sue van winkle, marian smith. row three - ruth stunkel, nancy howes, myrna motl, shlrley orten, theresa harmann, betty wadlow, beverly fehse. row four-dorene bradley, lonnetta hansel, miss smiser, ruth stahl- hut, linda anderson, shirley erb, Joyce smith. page seventy-three future farmers selling popcorn at the basketball games . . boys' project tour . . . treasure hunt with t.h.a . . . livestock and dairy judging at chester . . parent and son banquet . . . green hand, chap ter farmer, state farmer . . . promote leadership cooperation and citizenship .... row one-gerald schaefer, david tudor. donna johnson, judy guthrie, marie going, elizabeth hazel, elaine helmkamp, stephen horst- man, stanton taylor. row two-russell Solomon, mary jane burnliam, elizabeth sehaefer, joyee west, kathryn Wallace, mickey henry, don fencel. row three-clark baker, bob hyten, richard hellinger, john kays, Charles head. bernard hellman, david kriege. photography club "Watch the birdie" . . . picture composition . . . study cameras and enlargers . . . trip to strebler's studio . . . learn about commercial and amateur photography . . . development in- struction . . . participate in interscholastic photo contest . . . top photographerwcappy unterbrink aviation club morse code . . . airplane rnodels . . . test tlights . . . movies on other aviation clubs . . . study principles of tlying . . . promote interest in act- ual tlying-sorne members become interested enough to take actual flight training . . . row one --v bill Sheppard, francis blumenstock, tom ki-aft. row two-edavicl wieduwilt. wayne plank, mation davis, ronnie mar- tin. row three 7 jim robinson, eugene helmkamp, ray barnes, robert onori, guy aton. page seventy-four row one-jim buch, ann volma, mina voyles, gail hayes, sara daech, billie wise, sharon crow, miss helm, mr. yung. row two-marvin rushing, ben ryan, david nichols, jerry johnson, will radecke, kenneth erb. row threewjim zuidema. bryan madison. rolland brunnworth, bob glenn, bob eilers, justus horstman, dale haywood. row four-george tormohlen, jim fish, walter guller, gerald flaugher, glen rinkel, preston leonard, charles reed, darrell harris. science club two separate clubs under same president, harold patton . . . one group interested in physical science . . . other interested in natural science . . . projects . . . annual science fair . . . member of the illinois junior academy of science . . . math club a Cb + cl : ab + ac . . . little einsteins busy at work . . . difficult math problems, our spec- ialty . . . puzzles . . . brain twisters ...pi . . . theorems . . . formulas . . . explanations to class . . . head mathematician, rolland brunn- Worth . . . row oneeetta lewis. janice durr, sue marks, joan weber, dale bern- hardt. row two-jerry wells, franklin ko- varik, bob jacobi, bill klinke. row three-david cocks. bill shep- pard, roger smith, miss hunter. richard wiedey, jerry robein. row four - jerome zeisset, ronnie pfeiffer, wade buckles, keith probst. bill moorman, harold pat- ton, john paddock. page seventy-five Q fr row one--kay guadagano, georgia corlew, nellie fox, betty ashauer, carol jenne. judy anderson, ann foster, janet kubicek. andi my9FS. janette kessman, rnarion treat, coleen lankford. row two-miss gewe, Sherrill hansen, suanne page, arlene gusewelle, nora boccaleoni, jewel jones, linda musso, kathy roberts, judy albl, peggy standefer, betty michel, kate stine, joe schwalb. row three--nelson nolte. mike mc lean, wayne miller, bill houba, dean bishop, francis blumenstock, edward Wentz, gary gueldner. parker powell, terry handshy, joey primrose. row four -harry mc cullough, jim burns, gerald uhe, ronny bopp, john blixen. carl mullikin, harold krohne, mike peterson, robert ktcld, laddie aubrevht, dave domanowski, david petersnn, Steve schoeneweis. Iafin Club french club former or present latin students eligible to be- come members . . , acquaints members with roman Way oi lite . . . roman banquet . . . masters and slaves . . . togas . . . trip to old cathedral and washington university . . . con- sul-esuanne page . . . associated with the state junior classical society . . . veida mae primas presidente . . . trench class members . . . meetings twice a month during class . . . varied entertainment . . . bonjour . . . parlez-vous francais? , . . merci beaucoup . . mademoiselle . . . monsieur . . . row one-elizabeth schaefer, kathy l-cyro, bonriie lamb, theresa raf- faelle, kathryn Wallace, kendrea burk, harriet anderson, melvia young, miss cunningham. row twoemarcia harting, harriet fiegenbaum, mary jane burnham. velda mae primas, helen phillips, joyce west, judy davis, judy dut- ton. row three-david hoffman, jerry kovartk, ray eberhart. bill hell- rung, harold stultz. OO' git? X? L f page seventy-six xg, Xp M been f ,P ei row one-richard brendle, carol Westbrook, eileen hertel, rita kirk, doris williams, susie fruit, christine deist, marina lucco, nancy long, robbe solomon. carma lynn hume, eva schipkowski, mary lee bradford, richard ayres, miss cunningham. row two-eldon knecht, jesse sones, david freund, janice byrd, maxine taul, faye zenk, thelma burton, dolores butcher, janet fruit, dorothy davis. mary cook, judy schwalb, gloria silva, sue ann brockmeier, nancy giacomelli, donna brockmeier, janice judge, marshall bardelmeier, levis coultas. row three-gary ahrens, sam bratten, jeanne kassing, gerri Webb, donna harmening, marie crabtree, susan turner, carol dippel, caro- lyn schroeder, mary ann brockmeier, carol leach, jeannette smith, pat miller, Wanda king, judy neidhardt, david skamenca, george voght, roger south. row four-bob bast, rollin whited, dwane van hooser, mervin satterlee, charles Wynne, earl Lowell, gene franke, charles reagan, john fife, michael cover, john fruit, david eberhart, gordon mallory, keith judge, tom gericke, jim hazzard, eugene ursprung. leTTermen's club spanish club sponsor bengal ball . . . president harold patton Nbuenos, digs senoreg y Senoritqgu from lg . . . once a month meetings . . . sell bumper tertulia . . . pinata at christmas . . . meetings signs . . . purposes and aims-foster good conducted in spanish . . . spanish games and sportsmanship, maintain friendly relations with songs . . . promotes knowledge ot customs of rival schools, promote loyalty to the school, spanish speaking countries. protect the high standards ot athletic awards. row one-ray shaffer, bobby reed, louis baptist. joel van stee, elijah carpenter, pat cassens. george tormohlen, preston robinson, mr. Correll. row two-ronnie lenz, roy holshous- er, will radecke, jim chandler, wade buckles, lee may. row three 7 buzz Shaw. rolland brunnworth, ken bartels, tom harper, gov vaughn, harold pat- ton, bill winter, Walter schrainm. 'la A 414 B ta l lu. 0 AAL il l XS. 'U page seventy-seven girls athletic association president-berta hanser . . . exciting games of thrilling basketball . . . steps . . . fouls and free- volleyball . . . spiking the ball . . . side out throws . . . miss perne-number one referee . . . point . . .after school bowling . . . gutter- . . . interesting softball games . . . homeruns balls and spares . . . much-wanted strikes . . and strikeouts . . . ily balls and wild pitches . . . page seventy-eight POW POW I'OW POW POW FUVV TUW l'0W one-miss perne, judy kidd, lois harmon, louise harmon, donna johnson, sharon Webb, bonnie lamb, judy guthrie, jo ann goertz, betty michel, sue ann brockmeier, arlene yehling, carol jenne, dora hutton, phyllis cell, coleen lankford, barbara wadlow, two-lois moore, donna neuhaus, donna frazier, judy le tourneau, judy shelton, kathryn wallace, betty ashauer, mary ellen watsek, peggy standefer, donna brockmeier, nancy giacomelli, sherrill hansen, barbara fiegenbaum, carolyn schroeder, marina lucco, janet fruit, kate stine, marjorie jackson. three-mary jane burnham, elizabeth schaefer, nancy blackmore, donna harmening, elaine helmkamp, andi myers, marilyn kuchta, jewel jones, jeannette brakhane, melanie kaufmann, joyce harris, delores head, judy albl, sue dittes, kay hotz, nancy mueller, earla jean mc murray. four-anita whited, essie johnson, sandra michei, nora boccaleoni, jeanne kassing, faye zenk, darlene helmich, judy wilharm, mary ann brockmeier, kathy roberts, kay cassens, linda musso, verna hellman, isabelle rasplica, elizabeth hazel, sue ann green, judy anderson, joyce west, gayle nicolussi. one--miss perne, maxine ayres, pat long, gerry rotter, sue marks, erma burges, idel martin, rita kirk, eileen hertel, patsy enos, susie fruit, nancy long, joann vohradsky, sue van winkle. two earlene orman, margo kriege, peggy hosier, Cynthia Vernon. darleen stoecklin, ann volma, janice van hooser, gail hayes, billie wise, berta brush, pat henry, janice smoltz, virginia martin, barbara brooks. three--sue pivoda, beverly perry, patty blind, donna behrendt, joann ranek, bonny funkhouser, jeanne skamenca, toni musso beverly huizhes, carol rasplica, Joanne aubrecht, joan Weber, jane kotva, audree cassens. four- christine deist, mary sue reilly, sara lee daech, annette barton, robbe solomon, carol magee, marlene dettmer, marilyn clawos, shirley leitner. susie butler, betty wadlow, Cecelia Shaw, gloria weishaupt, Cynthia mc kee, gloria cassens, jean nunnally, E 1 gerry rotter, toni musso, Susie butler, berta brush, margo kriege, peg hosier, shari robinson. tiger on th'e loose cheerleaders black bermudas at football games . . . orange e's . . . after school practices . . . clinics . . . before game jitters-after game collapses, . . assemblies . . . long trips to distant games . . . lonnie scheibal in a tiger suit helps lead the yells . . . Winning first place in state tourney . . . represented on all state cheerlead- ing squad . . . l955-55, an exciting year . page seventy-nine music listening club set good music . . . good listeners . . . biographies ot famous composers . . . study of instruments . . . listening to "peter and the Wolf" . . . ballet music and the "messiah" . . . promotes knowl- edge oi classical music . . . colorful music in a 6 colorful Y ear ..,. oak making oi christmas center pieces . . . lecturing on prints and old masters . . . demonstrations ot art materials . . . work on projects, a must . . . a showing of our talents in the spring . . . fun? ki O 'J ff . . . educational? . . . you bet! li i ri ww page ei row one-peg hosier, Cynthia Vernon, sharon perry, shari robinson, dora hutton, phyllis cell, pat. bode, kendrea burk, pat hackethal. row two --jim love, pat szegedy, nancy ostendorf, glorianne hickey, mary chartrand, barbara fiegenbaum, kay hotz, Judy dutton. row three4joe rotter, ronnie enloe, richard kretschmer, roger mc neilly, Vernon koenig, joe braml, gary newton, bobby ziegler, mike brazier. shly row one-marilyn lambert, sharon Webb, darleen stoecklin, charlotte stoces, janice smoltz, patti vernatti, mary jane schumacher, frances galbraith, elaine leiss, doris dankenbring, barbara jones, joanne garrard, barbara brooks. row twoetheresa raffaelle, earlene orman, Cecilia going, pat henry, dolores boeker, melanie kaufmann, nancy blackmore, christiana scott, mary ann scott, nancy carter, gloria stoces, lois davis, audrey schaake, lillian christians, myrna kruckeberg, carol stunkel, linda blaeuer. row three-joan edwards, sandra kaufmann, janet wehmeyer, mary watsek, leola Weinberg, marlene pulliam, jeannette brakhane, betty gallina, jeannie cherry, kay mateyka, verna schaefer, sandra mc murray, carol rasplica, cynthia mc kee, janette heuer, jean burnett, ruth gusewelle. row four-audree cassens, lillie bradford, janice van hooser, roberta hanser, donna brakhane, phyllis helfer, marilyn dawes, lois gehring, carol mitchell, gloria cassens, gloria weishaupt, nancy wallace, jane kotva, joanne aubrecht, wayne braasch, bill dustmann. row five-pat long, allan Wallace, david hoffman, calvin haring bill johnson, tom parker, harold kast, bill fulton, bob nuernberger, la. verne isenberg, bill sedlacek, jerry leichsenring, bob gagliardo, jim heinemeier, richard bosch, louis baptist, cy blackmore. clramatics club C president-susie butler . . . presenting "Corrie ond the cc1rnivcIl" . . . nervous tryouts . . . news of the cost memorizing lines . . . endless f- practices . . . greasy makeup . . . butterflies and -. A icy finqers . . . mrs. Crocker-our favorite dir- ector . . . Q J f if ,I ' f page eighty-one row one-mrs. crocker, gerry rotter, janice bunte, margo kriege, rosalie horstmann, joann ranek, sue sternitzke. row twogadelaide henke, toni musso, annette barton, kay holbeck, marlene dettmer, velda mae primas, susie butler, joel van stee. row threefmaurice jones, charles newton, gary kesl, Walter schramm, lee boergadine, jim poneta, walter justice. baSS00nS percussion annette barton. helen Watsek- majorettes band lrampinq over a dusty football field . . . first hour practice . . . hand lessons . . . orange and black and white uniforms . . . concerts . . . pep bands . . . long hours of home practice . . . finally a reward-the orange e of the school. flutes Vdavid cocks Ttrichard wiedey sherrlll hansen phyllis cell kendrea burk rosalle horstman kay cassens oboes iijimmy love carol jenne itiphil corlew ka y holbeck clarinets 'ftaudree cassens +'bill lulton i'joan edwards 'f'jane kotva page eighty-two T T T fcarol rasplica 'rnancy blackmore Fjim zuidema 'relaine leiss iigloria Weishaupt jean burnett mary cook verna schaefer doris dankenbring joanne aubrecht bob nuernberger evelyn fields helen watsek lois becker sliirley tomlinson alto clarinets ifmarilyn dawes jewell jones bass clarinets ftdora hutton shari robinson l955-56 e.h.s. concert band alto saxes rpat long suann page marina lucco annette barton louis baptist tenor saxes 'Hharold kast itbarbara brooks baritone saxes wayne miller pat blind cornets 'walter justice T'ed snajdr 'rrmaurice jones Tronnie pfeifer Tchristiana scott guy aton bob scheibal joe 0'dell jack foehrkolb richard beck ray eberhart preston leonard dwight wade horns Ttrichard dickerman tro sharon flynn gary kesl kate stine carole martin mary jane burnham mbones Vpaul gerling bobby reed russ solomon alfred bell dave Wilkinson jim robinson gene helmkamp 'County Institute Sight Reading Band. basses Wray shaffer T"tom parker andi myers harlan reislng george hartnagel baritones Vruth stunkel 'jim fish richard helmkamp will radecke Ttgloria cassens harley fultz judy anderson ceceila shaw judy helier ann foster jay fagan +All County Festival Band concert repertoire 1955-56 the northern pines march, victor herbert favorites, the penny-whistle song, ballad of davy crockett, serenade from the student prince, youth of america, old timers' waltz, mississippi mud, skokiaan, march of the steel men, the lieutenant-commander march, suite atlantis, the legend of sleepy hollow, kamennoi ostrow, fantasia, funiculi funicula, themes from caucasian sketches, lakeland march, jesu, joy of man's desiring, gypsy life from the fortune teller, sym- phony no. 4 in f minor, black canyon of the gunnison, a melodic caravan, the klaxon march, opus in Chartreuse arrangement by phil corlew and richard dickerman. reserve bond marie going, faith edwards, kathryn blase. janice judge, georgia bollman, bobby weckman, joyce west, jim sharp, pat velnatti, sue pyle, rosemary agles, laddie aubrecht, ronny martin, carla mc murrary, mary ann scott, harvey schoeber, dale bernhardt, orval brad- shaw vernon hilla, gene ursprung, shirley roemelin, ronnie riggs, terry handshy, darl hess, mike gower, jon hammond, fleming bradshaw, pat mc murray, steve schoeneweiss, dave skamenca, lillian christians, margaret Wilkinson, dorris williams, phyllis lippincott, les helmkamp. I T34 X at ff C QW i X QQ page eighty-three Xkbf a cappella choir directed by george s. hriggs . . . seventeenth century costumes for an "olde tyme concerte" . . . "song ot christmas" with living tableaux of the nativity . . . winter choral concert ieaturing "lowland sea" . . . southwestern illinois choral music festival at alton . . . highly successful season . . . T21 li page eighty-four FOVV FONV I' U VV TUVV one-f-sharon webb. sue sternitzke, joyce pape, Cecilia going. janet casna, jean satterlee, betty wise, barbara brooks, gloria Weis- haupt, nancy Wallace, robbe Solomon, jantce van hooser, margo kriege, etta lewis, two--earlene orman, sue marks, carol sajovetz, sara daech, janet wehmeyer, joan edwards, ruth stunkel, lois gehring, marlene clettmer, audree cassens, roberta nanser, gloria cassens, joanne aubrecht, berta brush. three -richard bosch, kenneth bopp, cy blackmore, pat cassens, jim fish, elijah carpenter, bill fulton, harold hancock, bob nuernberger, paul linfmeier, elclon knoche, richard wiedey, bob Ziegler, jane kotva, marilyn lambert, four tom parker, jim poneta. maurice jones, buzz shaw, harold kast, lee boergadine, walter schramm, john kays, bob heeren, jim heinemeier, ben ryan, gary kesl, melba spiller, adelaide henke girls' choir titty two voices exceptional ability . . . religious and secular selections classical and popular iields . . . thanksgiving concert at the sanatoriurn . . . christmas festival . . . winter and spring choral concerts . . . participate in southwestern illinois choral music festival . ft .4 Y ,Af A l :rpw one-joanne gafrard, Sandra lewis, dora hutton, rita. Kirk, Judy clutton, janet kubicek, h e 1 e n watsek. Kathryn blase, dolores boeker, sandra sidener, jeannie cherry, donna behrendt, joyce johnson, pat bode. row two - janice bunte, sharon sasek, judy schwalb, betty peter- son, myrna loy yates, carol rasplica, bonny funkhouser, doris dankenbring, verna schaefer, janet townzen, jeannette ulrey, mary cook, ann volma, sharon perry. row threevthelma burton, mary ellen watsek, georgia hughes,joann goertz, janet young, mina jean voyles, alice albrecht, donna harmening, barbara fiegenbaum, sue hartnagel, ruth bosch. row four - jean nunnally, suanne page, jean burnett, jeanette heuer. dorene bradley, marilyn sherfy, barbara kraft, marilyn dawes. shirley erb, billie wise, cynthia mckee. f X af-eff, f I ' cow, ,, ,f , , f,H4,Z. operetta practice old colonial days page eighty-flve D g ghlx 4 . Q Q y If f Zffffzif V f "u-QM, K ,, XM A 33353, 4 O GQ 4, 2 YJ WWE 2 X11 MA 2 M-V A A Q X Q2 X J FX N ZW N f J A, , A 5 5 H 'MN M O X ...W xT , 1. 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' , x ' , , W " f 'iw WV ' fs. x Y N S ,,z G' fswfv Z A W, ,K a NGN YQ iii-I' F' A I E, ,mf 1 Q 1 W ,l row one tom ltarper, kenny bartels, ray Shaffer, pres robtnson, sam johnson, pat cassens, carl hoffner, harold patton, fritz be-hrenrlt, jay fugen, kenny arnold, phil corlew. row two allan Weber, ray white, rich hellinger, gary ahrens, riCh brendle, darl hess, jake pfeifer, glen howerton, jim chandler, rolland brunnwortlm, buzz shaw, bob eilers, don pratt. row three flcm brudshaw, carroll wilclman, buddy noll, Harold hancock, don baeser, maurice nlxon, alfred landers, bob dlppel, ronald lenz, john kays, levis Coultas, ben ryan. row four tom dunlap, walter guller, mike gower, charles Wynne, micky henry, terry weller, don morton, roger wille, orval brad- shaw, wayne braasch, don dorsey. row five david domanuwski, dean bishop, don schwalb, don martin, dave carnaghi, albert blackmon, william hanks, Webb lewis, ray eberhart, charles dittes, dave wardle. row six-calvin hellrung, vernon hilla, dale bach, guy aton, gerry johnson, ronnie bopp, george hartnagel, bob sweetin, ladimir aubrecht, dee f.I'0WDI'ldge. row seven-maurice silas, wayne plank, nelson nolte, john blixen, tom kraft, shelby andrews, phllllp robinson, larry leltner, lloyd harris, tom parker, leslte helmkamp. row eight.-coach isselhardt, coach hutton, coach Cromer, gene lohr, jim heinemeier, dave morton, allen Wallace, ronnie rlggs. football Q 1 football l'1l8I'lag6I'S allen Wallace, gene lohr, dave mor- ton. jim heinemeier tno picturet. page eighty-eight hot, strenuous, zealous practices . . . en- thusiastic crowds and howling students . . . soaked fans and drenched cheerleaders . . . fumbles - penalties - first downs t- touch- downs. . . victories and defeats . . . these contributed to the '55-'56 season. The Fighting Tigers opened their success- ful six win, three loss season by downing the Granite City Warriors, using their newly de- veloped ofiensive-defensive strategy-lsseb hardt winq "T",-Cromer "Gklahoma 5-4-2". Following the Granite 23-12 win, the Bengals came from behind to out-man the Wood River Oilers l3-l2 and then impounded the Staunton Bulldogs 45-7 mostly by means of a fine aerial attack. cliff cromer. line coach . . . benny isselhardt. head coach . . dick hutton, freshman coach . . . The losing iinx hit the E. H. S. winning pride with a one-two punch in the form of Collinsville and Belleville. The Homecom- ing inspired Kahoks were so determined that they sent injured Tigers to the side line, where they watched a 7-26 "shellacking". in jure riddled but still fighting, the Bengals received the short end of the E. H. S. Home- coming spectacle with Belleville 25-l3. Bouncing from defeat, the Tigers once more caught fire and defeated an always powerful Alton Bedbird team 20-7. ln the next outing against Boxana, the Tigers threw mud for three quarters before tromping their victims into it 7-6 in the fourth stanza. The Bengals then were upset by a small but "full of fight" Madison ball club l3-l5. Penalties and touchdown callbacks added to the upset but perhaps maddened the Tigers as they sought revenge and found it at Springfield 33-14. The Lamphier Lions found that Tigers rule the football field as well as the jungle. More football enthusiasts attended E. H. S. football games this year than any other ever recorded. Students, realizing football has been rising from the doldrums at B. H. S. in recent years, gave it their lUOfZ, support, helping it add to the activities of E. H. S. who made that tackle? W7 .,V! ff. , hold that line 1' page eighty-nine I. . 2 Am :N 3 KQ ,J , Qfw Q J W 1 K RY PE i 7 N , N. J ' K, ARNOLD J, CHANDLER T, HARPER J. KAYS B. REED BA ESER CORLEW HOFFNER PATTON ROBINSON loyal tiger fans page ninety he's on his way football 2, ig' Mig XX f J' W ., , .XXO- 2 .,-, ,fn 1,3 -5- ,, 2 +5- M ff X I f .m Q f Z X S W 1 f X W 1 11 N X X W!!! Q ! X x f Q I X X N 5 x X5 4 x by PT X ff Wd an X X51 Q, O, X xi? Q Q f , w ' R O BEHRENDT COULTAS HOWERTON PFEIFER SHA FFER . BRUNNWORTH P. CASSENS B. DIPPEL J. FAGEN JOHNSON . PRATT B. SHAVV A. WEBER tigers in action page ninety-one basketball we're waiting for the tigers . . . go you, tigers . . . go-fight-Win . . . come on, kids, yell . . . team is in the huddle . . . shrill whistle . . . get that tip . . . good tearn Work . . . skillful ball handling . , . jump shots and free throws . . . controlled rebounding . . . tight defense . . . outstanding offensive plays . . . 28 Wins- 6 losses . . . southwestern conference champs . . . yea coach, yea lucco . . . our tigers are the best . . . O highland .... ,....... alton ,.,,l,.,,,.........., pinckneyville wood river granite city madison ,,...i..,.. belleville .,..t,,, quincy ............., collinsville east st. louis l'0XHI1a ...,.,..,...... scheduled season alton ,,,.,.....,.,....,..,. ......... murphysboro wood river ...........r, taylorville .t,......,, granite city ,.,t.,..., belleville .,.........,, collinsville .........,,.. east st. louis lltchfield ...,,.,,........... we they 80 87 59 61 58 67 79 72 84 61 90 67 81 62 56 62 83 74 72 43 77 33 73 58 71 40 84 70 91 75 64 52 72 54 52 47 67 45 77 68 AEA, X row one-jim chandler, mannie jackson, harold patton, gov vaughn, rich pulliam, buzz shaw, coach row two-gordon mallory, bryan madison. jim vaughn, lee may, bob white, coach hutton. page ninety-two lLlCCO. royce dettmer and wade buckles, managers . . joe lucco, coach . . . dick hutton, assistant coac russell solomon, ronnie martin. hairston. -F J, row one-david nichols, bob dippel, david hart, charlie head, john fruit, larry washing- ton, lonnle scheibal, jerry johnson. row two-buddy noll, darrell harris, dale haywood, jerry uhe, david eberhart, alfred landers, fleming bradshaw, coach hutton. row three-mike peterson, tom dunlap, joe o'dell, walter guller, ronnie highlander, row four-clark baker, dave carnaghi, myron schumacher, wardell Vaughn, johnny h A X another tiger basket XJ page ninety-three xl lklf 2, C x CHANDLER M. JACKSON MADISON G. MALLORY MAY H. PATTON PULLIAM B. SHAW basketball 34 G. VAUGHN J. VAUGHN Our Tigers began the season with a slow 2 Win-3 loss start before picking up the Win- ning tempo. They Won the E.H.S. invitational tourney and improved to a 8 win 5 loss rec- ord. Of these five defeats the Tigers oppo- nents were able to out score the lads from E.H.S. by an average margin of only five points. Following the fifth loss at Quincy, the Bengals marched through the remaining page ninety-four if B WHITE scheduled season undefeated. This unsus- tained march of twelve victories in a row was attributed to fine teamwork and polish- ed coaching. These victories led to second place in the Egyptian Holiday Tournament, first place both in the E.H.S. Invitational Tourney and Southwestern Conference, and an impressive 20 win-5 loss record. All students were proud of the '55-'56 team, and expressed this pride in the largest attend- ance of students at the basketball games in EHS. history. Their support increased as they and the Tigers prepared for the Illinois l-ligh School Tourney finals. page ninety-five S basketball tournaments scramble for tickets . . . caravan of cars headed tor champaign . . . long lines ot patiently Wait- ing fans . . . crowded bleachers . . . excitement of games . . . gerry rotter-candidate for sweet sixteen queen . . . first place cheerleaders . . . our great tiger team-regional champs, Winners of sectional, second place in state . . . showed exceptional ability and sportsmanship .... tigers take the ball away page ninety-six first row - gordon mallory, bryan madl- son, wade buckles. billy lucco. second row-lee may, richard pulliam, bob- by white. third row - jim chandler, coach luc- co, mannie jackson, royce dettmer, ken shaw. fourth' row - gov Vaughn, hal patton. "On to the state" was the cry from the thousands of E.l'l.S, followers as the tourney began. Backed by the many rooters from the community, the Tigers journey- ed to Alton to meet their first obstacle on the road to state. The Fighting Tigers won the toughest regional round in the state, downing the best opposition there in Madison, Alton, and Collinsville. They captured a berth among the sweet sixteen of Illinois by defeating Litchfield and lerseyville in the sectional round at Wood River. The Bengals then advanced to the super-sectional and over- came a 19 point half-time deficit to win the first round of the state finals in one of the most in- spired basketball games ever seen in Southern lllinois. St. Anthony of Effingham, the Tigers foes at Salem, was surely one of the finest teams ever played by any Tiger team. Our Tigers then advanced to the lllinois State Finals at Champaign to match their talents against the seven other teams competing in the newly organized "Elegant Eight". ln the first round the Tigers performed as veterans in the state finals and defeated their first opponents- Quincy. ln what proved to be a revenge game, our Bengals showed exceptional defense and ball handling, which handcuffed the Blue Devils. ,,w""'W, sink it, mannie! waiting for the tigers I 'Nm After the first round our Tigers were the sole representative of Southern and Central lllinois. ln upholding the responsibility bestowed upon them, the Bengals trounced Oak Park convinc- ingly. The fighting Tigers jumped off to a com- manding lead and were threatened only once when the Huskies cut their lead to five points. This game proved to be the best offensive game staged by the Tigers in the tournament. ln fact, the squad lacked only one point of tieing the state tournament record of 89 points in one game . The Tigers were viewed by millions over T.V. as they played the finals against top rated West Rockford. ln a see-saw game that all will re- member, the Tigers were defeated by a mere two points. ln winning second place in the state, our Tigers showed the very finest show- manship and sportsmanship of basketball. page ninety-seven tigers accepting trophy at Champaign To U I' I"l B m 9 I1 Ts edwardsville invitational tourney e.h.s. opp. taylorvllle .... .,,, , AA .,,...,,,,.. ,i.. .,,,,,,,,, A A AA .... 89 41 greenville ,,,,,.,,. A ..,,. A, .... AA ....ii,.,,, A, ,..,, A 68 57 mt. vernon christmas tourney harrisburg .........,,,.,,,,,i AA .....,.,,. A ...,..., A, A AA,,,,,, ,A 86 42 west frankfort AA ,,AA,A A A, A AAAA A 68 59 mt. Vernon AA ,,AA,,,,,,,AA 79 80 regional tourney madison AAAAAA AAAAAAA A AAAAAAAA A A, ,AAA AA 45 33 alton .AAAAAAAA,,,, , A 67 61 collinsville AA A 73 69 page ninety-eight sectional tourney litchfield ,AAAAAA,AAAAA,,AAAAAAAAAAAAA Jerseyville A,,....AA AAAAAAAAAAAAAAA AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA super sectional tourney effingham's st. anthony state tourney qumcy AAAAA,A, A AAAAAAAAAAAA,A A oak park AAAA,AAAA AA west rockford AA 1,111- ., ,, -Er SSN -. t e.h.s. opp 74 66 81 44 73 68 68 44 88 61 65 67 welcoming the tigers 'X if t Shari robinson toni musso Susie butler margo kriege berta brush ferry rotter champion cheerleaders for a champion team. 'iw ' v gf P' , f f leadinq loyal fans at Champaign . . . first place in cheerleading contestepickecl by sports- writers . . . marqo krieqe on first team all-state cheerleading squad-qerry rotter on second team squad-selected for beauty . . . champ- ions in their own riqht .... page ninety-nine Ll V Z fs. 'QUE' A ' ' Y ' A1 11 Y row one---royce dettmer. ver- non koenig, john fruit, dave nickols, ray de con- cini, dave eberhart, leroy johnson. row two-tom gericke, pres robinson, bill penelton, jim chandler, lonnie scheibal, rolland brunnwozth, buddy noll, bill winter, zot sasek. row three-coach hutton, jim poneta, tom burns, har- olcl patton, david morton. ralph leuschke, lin d e l l Webb, jerry mateyka, jer- ry uhe, john lrays, coach lucco, baseball hotter up . . . steeee-rike . . . it's going to drop -run! run! . . . hit the dirt . . . thot might be out of here . . . we've got to hold them this inning . . . "holy cow", what CI cotch . . . l6 wins ornd ll losses . . . district tourney champs . , row oneelouis baptist, bob wetzel, roger weber, merrill rosen- thal. row two-- jim west, walt schramm, david bardelmeier. will rad- ecke, paul hofmeier, george tormolilen. david kriege. page one hundred lettermon preston robinson, harold pat ton, rollancl brunnworth tom burns, bill winter jim chandler, ralph leusch ke, zot sasek, bill penel ton, charlie schelbal, Tennis singles . . . doubles . . . CI smashing serve , . . english on the boll . hotrd drive ' drop shot . . . low volley . 30 love F 'M' love . . . deuce . . . got to the net cross rwpbz court return . . . game-set motch Q Wins ond l loss . . . southwestern chormp ions . . . lettermctn bob wetzel, roger Weber, merrill rosenthal, george tormohlen, will radecke, louis baptist, walter schramm. WV, it ins-f 1 W, N i , 1 ,fi records set name event Wilbur helmkamp ,.,,,... .A........ 8 80-yards Wilbur helmkamp , ,...,, ..,... .,..,...,.......,.,,., , 1 mile bill shaw ....... , ,.,. ,,,.,,..... ..... . . 180 low hurdles mannie jackson .......... .......,,,,.r,, h igh jump cassens-durr oarpenter-jackson .,,..... mile relay durr-cassens jackson-helmkamp ..,...... .......r,,r,,,. 2 mile relay durr-Vaughn ......,,,,. . r.......,. ,,.,...., d istance medley johnson-helmkamp .......... ....... , 880-220-440-mile CTOSS COUITITY they're off crnd runninq . . . where's the finish line . . . oft lost the toqoe . . . lst cross country squotd to represent e.h.s. ot cr stcrte meet . . . finished 17th in ct field of 27 schools crt urbcmd . . . 2nd in southwestern conference meet . . . 2nd in district meet . . . finished lst in three meets, 2nd in two meets . . . lettermen mannie jackson. govoner vaughn, mike brazier, dar- rel harris, bryan madison, jim Vaughn, Justus horst- man, PO FO FO W one-cd watsek, alfred landers, ronald Williamson, maurice silas, bob reed, jerry Weiler, carroll Wild- man, frank peterson, W two-mannie jackson, gov vaughn, david wilkin- son, carl hoffner, bill Shaw, Wendell durr, flem- ing bradshaw, b u n ki e kane, ralph krohne, wib helmkamp. W three-bob eilers, elijah carpenter, leonard svcboda kenny arnold, sam john- son, rich hellinger, pat cassens, john paddock, bryan madison, buz shaw. don pratt, glen howerton, maurice nixon. Track stortinq qun . . . ddshinq cindermen . . . de- . feotts cmd wins . . . breokinq records . . . the finish line . . b. exhdusted boys . . . jackson ctnd helmkdrnp qucdify for stctte . . . won 4 A duol meetsel tridnqle . . . lost l trionqle meet . . . 1955-cr successful sectson . . . ww 4 QW? f row one-jim vaughn, walter hanks. row two-justus horstman, bryan madison, mike brazier, charles ber tram. row three-rich pulliam, mannie jackson, gov vaughn. darrell harris page one hundred one .lem -f.. Q, ff 'nfs' J , 5 f 1.1,- 4 X. , . NF , ffm ,, V e , ' V , ' F wr.. . , ': i - ,Z ' 'W X eq 1 0- 9? ..,,,,,.,,7 ,-,:Q,a1j L+ df 4, 4-. M ,f 3 , Y -ff , f 1 -sy-xg, Q , .gf 'V vu? , , , 7, ' ,, f ig, 4 it VY A X27 1' swan Q , : A it ,7 ,- AMS 1 2 I., , A was . 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V A V5 V,,, .I f ,,,, 4 Xt X E AW ' ,ffswwi ' - , ' Q 1 45 'fe 7 , I iffy ff f X J '75 do of I My f page one hundred five X Aw M , My 4 W !f?,gt seyx a.,,g 2 , wp 25 fff' LINDA ANDERSON band 1 business education club 3, 4 g.a.a. 1 hi tri 1, 2, 3, 4 KENNETH ARNOLD letterman's club 4 photography club 1 football 2, 3, Q41 track 1, 2, 3, 4 JOANNE AUBRECHT band 1, 2, 3, 4 chorus 1 a cappella choir 2, 3, 4 future teachers 2, 3, 4 treasurer 4 g.a.a. 1, 2, 3, 4 hi tri 1, 2, 3, 4 latin club 1, 2 music listening club 3, 4 pep club 2 junior play MAXINE AYRES band 1, 2 future teachers 4 librarian g.a.a. 1, 2, 3, 4 vice president 4 hi trl 1, 2, 3, 4 hl tri council 4 secretary 4 latin club 1, 2, 3 2nd consul 2 lst consul 3 music listening club 4 pep club 1, 2. 3 student council 4 tiger times 4 assistant editor LOUIS BAPTIST astronomy club 3 band 1, 2, 3, 4 choir 1 letterman's club 4 math club 1, 2, 3 music listening club 4 basketball 2 baseball 1 tennis 2, 131, 141 KENNETH BARTELS letterman's club 3, 4 treasurer 4 movie operators 1, 2, 3 football 121. 631, 141 track 1, 2, 3 ROBERT BA ST CHARLENE BAUER future homemakers 1, 2. vice president 4 hi tri 1, 2, 3, 4 jr. sr. prom committee office helper 4 MARGA RET BAUER hi tri 1. 2, 3, 4 spanish club 3 JANET BECK hi tri 1, 2, 3, 4 pep club 3 DARRELL BEHRENDT future farmers 1, 2, 3, 4 letterman's club 4 pep club 3 football 1, 2, 3. 449 baseball 1, 2, 3, 4 track 2, 3 ARLENE BELL hi tri 1, 2, 3. 4 CHARLES H. BERTRAM 3,4 east st. louis. Illinois 1, 2, 3 cross country 4 page one hundred six index +o senior activities CY BLACKMORE a cappella choir 2, 3, 4 music listening club 3, 4 spanish club 1, 2 student council 2, 3 president 4 tiger staff 4 jr. sr. prorn committee junior play handbook committee 3 RICHARD H. BLASE astronomy club 3 music listening club 3, JACK BOCCALEONI jr. sr. prom committee DOLORES BOEKER business education club chorus 1, 2, 3 girls' choir 4 hi tri 2, 3, 4 music listening club 4 RICHARD BOSCH chorus 3 a cappella choir 4 music listening club 4 future farmers 1, 2, 3, reporter 4 DORENE BRADLEY business education club hi tri 1, 2, 3, 4 DONNA BRA KHANE business education club chorus 1, 2, 3, 4 hi tri 1, 2, 3, 4 music listening club 4 office helper 4 BARBARA BROOKS band 1, 2, 3, 4 a cappella 4 future teachers 4 g.a.a, 1, 2, 3, 4 secretary 4 hi tri 1. 2, 3, 4 latin club 1, 2, 3 music listening club 4 pep club 2 student council 1 tiger times 4 homecoming maid 1 junior play ROBERTA BRUSH SUSIE BUTLER dramatics club 3, 4 president 4 g.a.a. 1, 2, 3, 4 hi tri 1, 2. 3, 4 pep club 1, 2, 3 photography club 1, 2 student council 3, 4 vice president 4 junior play cheerleader 4 SHARON CARNAGIII 4 hi tri 1, 2, 3, 4 3 4 4 3 chatelard school, les avants, switzerland 1 year girls' chorus 2 a cappella 4 dramatics club 3, 4 secretary 4 g.a.a. 2, 3, 4 hi tri 2, 3, 4 hi tri council 2 pep club 2, 3 photography club 2 tiger times 4 homecoming 2, 3 special maid 4 jr. sr, prom committee junior play cheerleader 4 handbook committee 3 class officer 4 secretary SYLVIA BUNTE business education club 3, 4 hi tri 1, 2, 3, 4 office helper 4 ERMA BURGES business education 3 g.a.a. 1, 2, 3, 4 hi tri 1. 2, 3. 4 latin club 1, 2 pep club 1 junior play ELIJAH CARPENTER, JR AUDREE CASSENS band 1, 2, 3, 4 girls' choir 3 a cappella choir 4 future teachers 4 g,a.a. 1, 2, 3, 4 treasurer 4 hi tri 1, 2, 3. 4 music listening club 4 pep club 1, 2, 3 spanish club 1, 2, 3 treasurer 3 student council 2, 3 junior play class officer 1 secretary GLORIA CASSENS band 1, 2, 3, 4 girls' choir 3 a cappella choir 4 future teachers 3, 4 g.a.a. 1, 2, 3, 4 hi tri 1, 2, 3, 4 library club 2, 3 vice president 3 music listening club 4 pep club 3 photography club 1 tiger times 4 junior play PAT CASSENS a cappella choir 2, 3, 4 letterman's club 3, 4 math club 1, 2, 3 vice president 3 student council 3. 4 football 1, 2, 131, 141 basketball 1, 2 track 1, 2, 431. f4J homecoming escort 4 class officer 4 treasurer FRANK CHANDLER french club 2 library club 1, 2 sound system 2, 3 basketball 2 track 2 MARY CHARTRAND art club 4 business education club 3 hi tri 1, 2, 3, 4 office helper 3, 4 LORETTA CHLIBEC business education club 3, hi tri 1, 2, 3, 4 JOAN MARIE COOPER dublin, virginia, 1, 2, 3 oxford, michigan, part of chorus JIM CHRISTIANS library club 1 PHIL CORLEW band 1, 2, 3, 4 letterman's club 4 math club 1, 2, 3 music listening club 3 football 2, 3, 641 track 1, 2. 3 junior play A 4 4th WILLIAM DAVIS L R math club 1, 2 movie operators 3, 4 sound system 1, 2. 3, 4 ESSIE DAVIS g.a.a. 2 hi tri 1, 2, 3, 4 library club 1 spanish club 2, 3 USSELL DAVIS football 1, 2, 4 track 1, 2 MARILYN DAWES R band 1, 2, 3, 4 girls' choir 3, 4 future teachers 4 g.a.a. 1, 2, 3, 4 hi tri 1, 2, 3, 4 music listening club 4 pep club 2, 3 photography club 1, 2. 3 secretary 3 ICHARD DICKERMAN astronomy club 2, 3 band 1, 2, 3, 4 photography club 1 tennis 1 ESSIE DICKEY hi tri 1. 2. 3. 4 SHIRLEY DINWIDDIE future homemakers 1, 2, hi tri 1, 2, 3, 4 SUE EARLY future homemakers 1, 2 hi tri 1, 2, 3, 4 pep club 1, 2, 3 JOAN EDWARDS band 1, 2, 3, 4 president 4 choir 1. 3, 4 future teachers 3, 4 librarian 3 g,a.a, 1, 2, 3 hi tri 1, 2, 3, 4 hi tri council 1, 4 latin club 1, 2 music listening club 3, 4 student council 1 junior play class officer 2 vice president ROBERT ENGELMANN track 1, 3 JAY FAGAN letterman's club 4 football 1. 2, 3 C41 track 3, 4 BEVERLY FEHSE hillsboro, illinois business education club future homemakers 2 g.a.a. 4 hi tri 2, 3, 4 DON FENCEL photography club 2, 3, president 4 sound system 1, 2, 3 tiger staff 4 photographer EVELYN FIELDS band 1, 2, 3, 4 hi tri 1, 2, 3, 4 pep club 2, 3 tiger times 4 jr. sr, prom committee 3 3 4 3, 4 JACK FOEHRKOLB aviation club 3 secretary band 1. 2. 3, 4 future farmers 1, 2 basketball 1, 2 baseball 1, 2 jr. sr. prom committee HELEN FRANKE future homemakers 2, 3, treasurer 3 president 4 hi tri 1, 2, 3, 4 BILL FULTON astronomy club 3 band 1. 2, 3, 4 choir 3. 4 music listening club 3, 4 pep club 3 HARLEY FULTZ band 1, 2, 3, 4 math club 1 spanish club 1, 2 football 1 basketball 1 track 1, 2 BOB GAGLIARDO astronomy club 3 music listening club 4 LOIS GEHRING choir 4 hi tri 1, 2, 3, 4 latin club 1, 2 music listening club 3, 4 tiger times 4 jr. sr. prom committee junior play HERMAN GERBIG math club 1, 2, 3 tiger times 4 business manager junior play TONY GIARDINA aviation club 1, 2, 3 vice president 3 tiger times 4 photography club 1 ' basketball 1 baseball 1 JOHN GREEN spanish club 1 football 1, 2 track 1, 2 WALTER HANKS champaign, illinois 1 future farmers 2, 3, 4 secretary 3 president 4 tiger times 4 track 3, 4 jr. sr. prom committee LONNETTA HANSEL band 1 business education club 4 hi tri 1, 2, 3, 4 spanish' club 1, 2, 3 ROBERTA HANSER art club 3 choir 3, 4 g.a.a. 1, 2, 3, 4 president 4 hi tri 1, 2, 3, 4 hi tri council 2, 3 music listening club 4 pep club 1, 2, 3 photography club 1 spanish' club 1, 2, 3 student council 1 tiger staff 4 ad. manager jr. sr. prom committee junior play index 'ro senior activities-coniinuecl DORIS HARDY hi tri 1, 2, 3, 4 THERESA HARMANN business education club 3, 4 hi tri 1, 2, 3, 4 library club 1 pep club 1, 2 photography club 2 THOMAS HARPER future farmers 1. 2 reporter 2 letterman's club 3, 4 football 1, 423, 433, 443 track 1, 2, 3 BARBARA HARRISON hi tri 1, 2, 3, 4 BONITA HART band 1, 2, 3 future homemakers 2, 3, 4 hi tri 1, 2, 3, 4 BOB HEEREN choir 4 student council 2, 4 basketball 1, 2, 3 track 1 homecoming escort 2 jr. sr. prom committee class officer treasurer 2 president 4 JIM HEINEMEIER band 1. 2 choir 3, 4 letterman's club 3, 4 movie operators 1, 2, 3. 4 music listening club 3, 4 photography club 1, 2, 3 sound system 1, 2, 3 football manager 423, 433, 443 jr. sr. prom committee PHYLLIS HELFER business education club 3 treasurer 3 g.a.a. 1, 2 hi tri 1, 2, 3, 4 hi tri council 1 music listening club 4 pep club 1, 2, 3 spanish club 2 RICHARD HELMKAMP aviation club 2, 3 band 1, 2, 3, 4 MARVIN HENKE future farmers 1. 2 science club 3 PAT HENRY g.a.a. 1. 2, 3, 4 hi tri 1, 2, 3, 4 hi tri council 4 latin club 3 music listening club 4 pep club 1, 2, 3 science club 2 student council 1, 2, 3, 4 tiger staff 4 business manager jr. sr. prom committee class officer 3 vice president GLORIANNE HICKEY art club 4 business education club 3 hi tri 1, 2, 3, 4 SHERLYN HIGHLANDER future homemakers 1, 2, 3, 4 secretary 4 g.a.a. 3 hi tri 1, 2, 3, 4 tiger times 4 office helper 4 JO ANN HINNEN hi tri 1, 2, 3, 4 CARL W. HOFFNER paducah, kentucky 1, 2 letterman's club 4 student council 3, 4 football 3, 443 basketball 3 track 3, 4 homecoming escort 4 CARROLL HOOKS hi tri 1, 2, 3, 4 JUSTUS HORSTMAN decker, indiana 1, 2 letterman's club 4 math club 3, 4 track 3, 4 cross country 443 PEG HOSIER art club 3, 4 g.a.a. 1, 2, 3, 4 hi tri 1, 2, 3, 4 pep club 1, 2, 3 photography club 1, 2 tiger staff 4 tiger times 4 homecoming maid 4 jr. sr. prom committee junior play 3 cheerleader 1, 2, 3, 4 handbook committee 3 NANCY HOWES business education club 2, treasurer 4 future homemakers 1 g.a.a. 1, 2 hi tri 1, 2, 3, 4 BEVERLY HUGHES midland, michigan 1, 2, 3 hi tri 4 tiger times 4 g.a.a. 4 GEORGIA HUGHES girls' choir 4 hi tri 1, 2, 3, 4 LEONA HYDRON hi tri 1. 2, 3. 4 library club 3, 4 president 4 LAVERNE ISENBERG bunker hill, illinois 1, 2 future farmers 3 music listening club 4 MANNIE JACKSON band 1 letterman's club 2, 3, 4 football 1 basketball 1, 423. 433, 443 cross country 443 track 433, 443 LEROY JOHNSON baseball 2, 3 SAM JOHNSON letterman's club 2, 3, 4 football 1, 423, 433, 443 track 1, 423, 433, 443 GAIL ANN JONES hi tri 1, 2, 3, 4 jr. sr. prom committee office helper 4 MAURICE JONES band 1, 2, 3, 4 choir 2, 3, 4 dramatics 3, 4 library club 1 science club 2 tennis 1, 2 junior play WALTER JUSTICE band 1, 2, 3, 4 choir 2, 3 dramatics club 3, 4 math club 1, 2 junior play HAROLD KAST band 1, 2, 3, 4 choir 2, 3, 4 music listening club 4 photography club 1 SHARON KESSMANN future homemakers 1 hi tri 1, 2, 3, 4 BOB KING football 1 basketball 1 track 3 DELORE KING ELDON KNOCHE choir 3, 4 latin club 2, 3 library club 1 VERNON KOENIG art club 3, 4 aviation club 1, 2 baseball 1, 2, 3, 4 JANE KOTVA art club 3 band 1, 2, 3, 4 choir 3, 4 g.a.a. 1, 2, 3, 4 hi tri 1, 2, 3, 4 music listening club 4 spanish club 1, 2 tiger times editor jr. sr. prom committee junior play MARGARET KRIEGE choir 2, 3, 4 president 4 dramatics club 3, 4 vice president 4 g.a.a. 1, 2, 3, 4 hi tri 1, 2, 3, 4 pep club 1, 2, 3 tiger times 4 junior play cheerleader 1, 2, 3, 4 handbook committee 4 homecoming maid 4 special maid jr. sr. prom committee MARILYN LAMBERT choir 3, 4 hi tri 1, 2. 3, 4 latin club 1, 2, 3 secretary 2 music listening club 4 pep club 1, 2, 3 SHIRLEY LEITNER business education club 3 g.a.a, 4 hi tri 1, 2, 3, 4 office helper 4 SANDRA LEWIS art club 3 g.a.a. 3 h' tri 1, 2, 3, 4 PAT LONG band 1, 2, 3, 4 treasurer 4 future teachers 4 g.a.a. 1, 2, 3, 4 hi tri 1, 2, 3, 4 hi tri council vice president 3, 4 music listening club 3, 4 pep club 1, 2, 3 photography club 1 page one hundred seven RONNIE REID science club 2 tiger times homecoming maid 1. 2, 3, 4 class officer secretary 2. 3 BOB LOWRY basketball 1 tennis 1 JOSEPH MAKLER Q. choir 2, 3 spanish 1, 2 SUE MARKS choir 2, 3, 4 g.a.a, 1, 2, 3, 4 hi tri 1, 2, 3, 4 hi tri council 1, 3, 4 president 4 pep club 1. 2, 3 photography club 1 science club 2, 3, 4 vicc president 3 student council 1, 2, 3, 4 secretary 4 jr. sr. prom committee junior play handbook committee, 1, 2, class officer president 2 WILBUR MATEYKA movie operator 1, 2, 3, 4 spanish club 1, 2 track 1, 2 DAVID MAY mzlcon, georgia 1 art club 3 HETTIE MAYFIELIJ business education club 3, 4 hi tri 1, 2, 3, 4 office helper 4 STUART MCELWAIN C football 1, 2. 3 track 1. 2. 3 jr. sr. prom committee junior play YNTHIA McKEE girls' chorus 1 girls' choir 2. 3, 4 g.a.a. 1, 2, 3, 4 hi tri 1. 2. 3, 4 latin club 1, 3 library club 1 music listening club 4 pep club 3 junior play ALVIN MCNEILLY. JR, ROGER MCNEILLY art club 4 aviation club 1, 2. 3 VIRGIL E. MILLER math club 2, 3 vice president 3 movie operator 1, 2, 3, 4 football 1, 2, 3 track 1. 2, 3, 4 cross country 4 BILL MOORMAN astronomy club 2. 3 president 3 photography club 1 science club 2. 3, 4 vice president 4 basketball 2 tennis 1, 2, 3 golf 1, 2. 3, 4 varsity 2, 3, 4 junior play class officer 4 vice president MARY MORRIS hi tri 1, 2, 3, 4 page one hundred eight index to senior activities-continued DAVID MORTON letterman's club 4 football 1, 2, 3, 143 basketball 1, 2. 3 baseball 1, 2. 3 TONI MUSSO art club 3 dramatics club 4 treasurer future teachers 3, 4 secretary 4 g.a.a. 1, 2, 3, 4 hi tri 1, 2, 3. 4 pep club 1, 2, 3 photography club 1, 2 secretary 1 jr, sr. prom committee junior play cheerleader 1, 2, 3, 4 tiger staff activities editor CHARLES A. NEWTON springfield, illinois 1 dramatics club 4 jr. sr. prom committee ARLENE NOLL future homemakers 1, 2, 3, hi tri 1, 2. 3. 4 office helper 4 EARLENE ORMAN business education club 3 choir 2, 3, 4 g.a.a. 1, 2. 3, 4 hi tri 1. 2, 3, 4 music listening club 4 pep club 1, 2. 3 jr. sr. prom committee junior play cheerleader 1, 2, 3 JOYCE PAPE business education club 3, chorus 1 choir 2, 3, 4 hi tri 1, 2, 3, 4 tiger times 4 HAROLD PATTON letterman's club 2, 3, 4 secretary 3 president 4 movie operator 1. 2, 3 science club 1, 2, 3, 4 vice president 3 president 4 tiger staff sports editor football 1. 123, 133, 143 basketball 1, 123, 133. 143 homecoming escort 1, 3, 4 royal escort 4 jr. sr. prom committee class officer 1 president FRANK PETERSON photography club 2 track 2, 3, 4 JAMES PETERSON latin club 1 library club 1 tennis 1 LUTHER PIKE LOUIS PINKAS aviation club 1, 2 letterman's club 4 track 1. 133 DON PRATT future farmers 1, 2, 3, 4 sentinel vice president letterman's club 4 football 1. 3. 143 track 2, 3, 4 VELDA MAE PRIMAS dramatics club 3, 4 french club 4 4 president future teachers 3, 4 vice president 4 g.a.a. 2 hi tri 1, 2, 3, 4 library club 1, 2 vice president 2 pep club 1, 2 student council 2, 3, 4 treasurer 4 national convention 4 tiger staff editor jr. sr. prom committee class officer 3 treasurer JEAN PROTT future homemakers 1, 2. hi tri 1, 2, 3, 4 hi tri council 4 DAVID PROVAZNIK future farmers 1, 2, 3, 4 THERESA RAFFAELLE business education club 3 french club 4 g.a.a. 2, 3 hi tri 1, 2, 3, 4 pep club 1, 2 CAROL RASPLICA band 1, 2, 3, 4 girls choir 3, 4 future teachers 3, 4 g.a.a. 1, 2, 3, 4 hi tri 1, 2, 3, 4 music listening club 3, 4 spanish club 2 junior play 3 ROBERT RAY music listening club 3 BOBBY REED band 1, 2, 3, 4 letterman's club 4 library club 1 music listening club 3 photography club 2 student council 1, 2 football 2, 3, 143 basketball 1, 2, 3 track 2, 133, 143 homecoming escort 2, 4 CHARLES REED math club 4 music listening club 3 spanish club 2 photography club 2 science club 1 basketball 1 jr. sr. prom committee MARY SUE REILLY business education club 3 chorus 1, 2, 3 g.a.a. 1, 2, 3, 4 hi tri 1, 2, 3, 4 latin club 1, 2 3rd consul 1 pep club 1, 2, 3 tiger staff 4 class editor, typlst jr. sr. prom committee KENNETH REITER JERRY ROBIEN science club 1, 2, 3, 4 baseball 1, 2, 3, 4 PRES ROBINSON band 1. 2, 3 letterman's club 3, 4 pep club 3 basketball 1 football 1, 2, 133, 143 baseball 1, 2, 133, 143 track 2 3,4 GERRY ROTTER art club 3 dramatlcs club 4 future teachers 3. 4 president 4 g.a.a, 1, 2, 3, 4 hi tri 1, 2.3, 4 pep club 1, 2, 3, spanish club 1, 2 tiger staff 4 class editor homecoming queen jr. sr. prom committee junior play cheerleader 1, 2, 3, 4 handbook committee 4 CAROL SAJOVETZ girls' choir 2, 3 a cappella choir 4 future homemakers 1. 2, 3, secretary 3 finance chairman 4 hi tri 1, 2, 3, 4 tiger staff 4 literary editor tiger times JEAN SATTERLEE girls' choir 3 chorus 1, 2 a cappella choir 4 hi trl 1, 2, 3, 4 library club 3. 4 DAVID SCHEYER JANET SCHWEAR future homemakers 1, 2, 3 reporter 4 g.a.a. 1 hi tri 1, 2, 3, 4 JERRY SCHMIDT peoria, illinois 1, 2 basketball 3, 4 baseball 3, 4 KENNETH SCHRA DER hellevllle, illinois 1, 2 WALT SCHRAMM choir 2, 3, 4 dramatics club 3, 4 letterman's club 4 reporter 4 science club 1, 2 sound system 1, 2 football 1, 2 tennis 1, 2, 133, 143 jr. sr. prom committee junior play RONALD SCHWARTZKOPF ELAINE SELLNER hl trl 1, 2. 3, 4 RAY SHAFFER band 1, 2, 3, 4 letterman's club 3, 4 football 1, 2, 133. 143 track 1, 2, 4 SIDNEY SHASHACK football 1. 2, 3 track 1, 2, 3 BILL SHEPPARD aviation club 1, 2, 3, 4 chorus 1, 2, 4 spanish club 1 science club 2, 3, 4 CHARLES SIMMONS fuure farmers 2, 3, 4 sentinal 4 football 2 track 3, 4 ROGER SMITH science club 3, 4 baseball 2 track 3, 4 EDWARD SNAJDR band 1, 2, 3, 4 math club 2. 3 music listening club 3 football 2, 3 track 1 MELBA SPILLER choir 3. 4 g.a.a. 1 hi tri 1, 2. 3, 4 pep club 1, 2 RUTH STAHLHUT business education club 3, 4 future homemakers 1 hi tri 1, 2, 3, 4 BILL STEELMAN bunker hill 1, 2 junior play FRED STEIN media, pennsylvania 1, 2, 3 tennis 4 CHARLOTTE STOCES chorus 1 business education club 3 hi tri 1, 2, 3, 4 music listening club 4 office helper 4 DARLEEN STOECKLIN future teachers 3, 4 g.a.a. 1, 2, 3, 4 hi tri 1, 2, 3, 4 latin club 1, 2 music listening club 3, 4 pep club 1, 2, 3 tiger times chorus 1, 2, 3, 4 office helper 3, 4 DALLAN STRADER library club 1, 2 spanish club 2, 3 RUTH STUNKEL band 1, 2, 3, 4 business education club 4 president choir 2, 3, 4 g.a.a, 1, 2 hi tri 1, 2, 3, 4 music listening club 3 pep club 2 index 'ro senior activities-continued spanish club 1, 2 student council 1, 2 office helper 3 junior play PAT SZEGEDY art club 4 future homemakers 1 hi tri 1, 2, 3, 4 spanish club 2, 3 SHIRLEY TOMLINSON band 1. 2, 3, 4 g.a,a. 1 hi tri 1, 2, 3, 4 library club 2, 3, 4 secretary 3 vice president 4 pep club 1, 2 office helper 3, 4 RAY TREBING JOAN WEBER chorus 1, 3 g.a.a. 1, 2, 3, 4 hi tri 1, 2, 3, 4 science club 1, 2, 3, 4 biology club 3 secretary 3 tiger staff 4 jr. sr, prom committee junior play ROSS WEHLING future farmers 3 track 2 GLORIA WEISHAUPT band 1, 2, 3, 4 chorus 1 girls' choir 3 a cappella choir 4 future teachers 3, 4 g.a.a. 1, 2, 3, 4 hi tri 1, 2, 3, 4 latin club 1, 2 music listening club 3. 4 jr, sr. prom committee junior play DAVID WILKINSON band 1, 2, 3. 4 movie operator 1, 2, 3 tiger times student council 1 football 1, 2 baseball 1 track 3, 4 RONALD WILLIAMSON baseball 1 track 3, 4 numbers indicate years of participation parentheses indicate years that letters were awarded 1-3. 43,0- 0 5 5, ofcau l'PS7'.' is 1 g n,n.m- Q, ,Q . I fi, .5 , noi .., Q BILL WINTER letterman's club 3, 4 football 3 basketball 1, 2, 3 baseball 1, 123, t3J, 143 homecoming escort 3, 4 jr. sr. prom committee class officer 3 president BETTY WISE chorus 1 choir 2, 3, 4 future homemakers 1, 2, song leader 4 hi tri 1, 2, 3, 4 pep club 2 junior play WALTER WYDRA pep club 2 spanish club 1, 2 CLARINE YOUNG band 2, 3 business education club 3, chorus 1, 2 choir 3 hi tri 1, 2, 3, 4 pep club 2 tiger times junior play HOWARD UNTERBRINK aviation club 1, 2 photography 1, 2, 3 president 3 baseball 1, 2 CHARLES VADALABENE basketball 1 JOEL VAN STEE dramatics club 3, 4 french 2, 3 letterman's club 3, 4 photography club 1, 2 sound system 2 student council 2, 3, 4 football manager 625, C35 track 3 handbook committee 3, 4 junior play jr. sr. prom committee GOVONER VAUGHN football 1 basketball 1, 121, 131, t4J baseball 1, 2 cross country i4J track t3J, 649 CYNTHIA VERNON springfield, illinois 1 art club 4 . Meir, -35. -vm , I ' fit. 1 I 1 Rev". . . ' 'l uh' " .1-1 ' 1 ' n . is Y- , R ,-2-'iiijq 15 l1x,.,hL b w 'x,L Wasps future teachers 4 g.a.a. 2, 3, 4 hi tri 2, 3, 4 hi tri council 2 music listening club 3 pep club 2, 3 spanish club 2 tiger staff 4 jr. sr, prom committee handbook committee 3 DAVID VIERE JO ANN VOHRADSKY band 1 g.a.a. 1, 2, 3, 4 hi tri 1, 2, 3, 4 latin club 1, 2 library club 3, 4 treasurer 4 pep club 3 DWIGHT WADE band 1, 2, 3, 4 4 french club 2 basketball 1, 2 tennis 2, 3 BETTY WADLOW business education club secretary 4 g.a.a. 4 hi tri 1, 2, 3, 4 hi tri council 4 library club 1, 2, 3, 4 pep club 2, 3 office helper 4 NANCY WALLACE choir 1, 2, 3, 4 hi tri 1, 2, 3, 4 music listeing club 3, 4 pep club 1, 2 spanish club 1. 2 tiger staff 4 jr. sr. prom committee office helper 4 MABLE WASHINGTON hi tri 1, 2, 3, 4 pep club 1, 2 LINDELL WEBB football 1, 2 basketball 1, 2 baseball 1, 2, 3 ALLAN WEBER future farmers 3, 4 letterman's club 4 science club 1 football 1, 3, C41 class officer Xa-its ,fi 51 treasurer 1 page one hundred nine f X 1 Congra+ula+ions +0 c LAS s QF 5 6 WT W EDWARDSVILILE 'AUTOMOBILE DEALERTSQMKSSQCIATION ,L ' ' Al ' 1 n 4 X V wmv K W, QA, AB'o+hmfan 8:0 Sans X A Xwf ' .. X 'ff WE 0 f eP1meeo1w 3 , A Bulmer Buick f 0 X 5 X Y A BUICK 1 ln' 1 Phone 3030 3 Pufler-Chevrolef nf fa CHEVROLET K if ,M 2 Phonel23 1 2' Cassens 8: Sons, Inc. DODGE 61 PLYMOUTH Phone 308 x, X Champion Mo+ors, Inc. QLDSIVIQBILE Phone I6 Hursf Pon+iac Co. PONTIAC Phone 35 Minclrup's Au+omo'rive Service DESGTO 6: PLYMOUTH Phone 310 hddt Zkvwb C X x K el 0 ' ' wot W5 wt g ge Y of win I it QM' . A A97 -E , 1 'Q' ,F u, A - Pu' rf X .f -45291 L ,mt .4 A I l YJ I mr P u ' 'v' . g 'I -' - A Eg f'lil?'f Inlftllflfliilllliliallil. 1RWt3Z1"J "'i:', " AS YOU PONDER THE QUESTION "Which college shall I attend?" you give consideration to its characteristicsg the courses it offersg its general reputation and prestigeg and its leadership in the field of your particular interest, You endeavor to determine Which institution can serve you best. WHEN YOU JOIN A FRATERNITY you will try to select the one which will mean the most to you, both during your school years and in later life. Fraternal "connections" are important and meaningful, so you try to associate yourself with the best of them. BUSINESS MEN ESTABLISH BANKING CONNECTIONS upon much the same basis. Here, too, connections are important and meaningful. Your bank and your banker can be very helpful to you. The more you realize this the more you will Want to associate yourself with a bank where you will be assured of an understanding approach to your prob- lems and can depend upon its readiness and ability TO SERVE YOU BEST. START with the bank you will want to CONTINUE WITH! START with UEDWARDSVILLE NATIONALH! ,H .,u., 5 EDWAR y TIONAL BANK AN , ,OMPANY 1 '32, ,jx f A , AJ, 'liiwgv-Q7,?5if. aw? -I I K HI KAN I N f ' 4 V I On the Corner Wifh the Clock Member Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation page one hundred eleven Ji 7 ""-1-cv!-V , Zffwf-'ifv-.,.W,, , tea Q L4 of 1 - ,4 is .afcfxf ,q,.w-:.-4f4vi.,a, lf'-ft-A-AJ! f47'NZ'3' v,,,fA,,f:fe flfvfffu K,i,1.4,VL,.,..-..,0,,, , jf! QQ ,Qin-L -ffjfl-c1,f',ZfL1.e,. L' Paul Gerling, Garry Ifesl, Bob Nuernberger and David Cox are being treated by George Lautner at if ,.,1..A,fv4.., CLXLX-f ZLZV' 7. Z X 'LNLF ty M? ,af avr! 'W-ffl aihlltlii ,CAFE 461 E. Vandalia Street Elzlvlfarflsfgilgjllf fy and Mary Lautner Route 66 it Lflfjs' fr 7'i""tf---LH AQ14,-fig,sXLt,LV K Q N U i , , ,. 'il it lfifj' , , x l I A V '.. 1 ,W av V M, A . Hr. LJ, Q ,W ' f, xy, , W. M . , ' V I Dave Martin, who manages the D-X Oil Company has been called by William Hanks, Jr. for a new supply of fuel oil. D-X SUNRAY OIL COMPANY Dave Martin, Agent Gasoline Motor Oil D-X Furnace Oil Range Oil Phone Hamel 3Xl4 Phone Edwardsville 1273 page one hundred twelve X A. Q59 Q C4-,xfxfaf ji -'Lee ,s -7 J,,Q,,V.Q.+v1qs1 -Cl Aire. egoeye , M M C 'N . - Congratulations io mg l . 'P-f"""-9-'Y' 'LJ' CD ' R AB AcLgJEfLE52M..Q. Class of l956 f - pmkwwte L Q., . 5 I .1 SDC Q HAMEL LUMBER CO, 150 Nwmai sneer Phone . l EE8Yd , I a DKVAN Lumber-Roofing-Hardware ' l M ' ependable Abstract and Title Servic l- H. F. Marfin Q4fo-N54 Phone H mel 28 R. R. 'l, Worden, Ill. Representing CPAVW mt T tl I urance Corporation o St. Louis CASSENS LINCOLN-MERCURY SALES Phone l7, Hamel, Illinois Safe Buy Used Cars L pg hddtht bf M XL ." K, ' N 'A r . , gy J' p vi. A xgie , L PQQDM qi ,jr Nr! K lvgx IN, .v XJ' xr Q ?!N' 1. X5 N' -gli I Q.. ' I sg TBI S by fi RICE R. HILL, D. Ds 42 . XL ff RQ R X, p v S y Iv S7 N 409 BANK OF EDWARDSVILLE ag? EDWA .D LLJE: JN BUILDING I ,OONSU c: AL I Xil, ' L . X it My , If DR. C. L. BROCKIVIEIER S to .-gf BANK OF EDWARDSVILLE BLDG. jstffp ID' JQJ9'lro ireman OSTEOPATHIC PHYSICIAN ' . xf' M 'S 7 ectemp Heating Jr-9 .gy BRRR ,iii JJ, P Oil - Gas - Coal Compliments of ff, Western Auto W M QSQJ 'EP I ne 470 Associate Store lil IXXQNI is ,mix , . X- A. J. MATEYKA T. JANSEN, Proprietor 315 N. Main Street Phone 73 EDU. um 2529 mx. I i s HERE S YOUR A-. DOOR-OPENER H' ii . K l 7 Savings is too important to pass up. Once you've opened a dividend-earning Savings Program at Edwardsville Savings and Loan, keep at it! We're ideally located at 140 North Main Street. Come in with your first pay check and open a Savings Account. 5amzmza SAVINGS -'I' LOANXASSOCIATION S page one hundred fourteen W K 4 M254 My i fi if wf lf5 if W X Wm M rafulafions io ihe Class of 1956 i LCHRKASTE DAIRY Milk Bar Delica+essen Famous for Our Super-Thick Malf'rs and Fine Dairy Producfs ' r HJ-'1 I 6 I H O T Z ,, H ,gl R Dy 1 A Raft I I A 5 ' H I is -I 4 li lx 1 x I 'c o M P A N Y I PRESENTING THE SEASON'S I ' K A OUTSTANDING ENTERTAINMENT . . . 1 IN A MODERN COMFORTABLE FRIENDLY A'I'MOSPHERE R Rosenlhal Insurance Agency NORMAN W. ROSENTHAL I 'I x . ' , ' Fire I Bonds Auto I Llfe Casualty Insurance For l-lome, Farm or Business "AN INSURANCE PREMIUM WO N'T BREAK YOUQ A LOSS MAY." Notary Public 217 S. Buchanan SI. Edwardsville, Ill. Phone l I6, Res. 525 page one hundred sixteen DEPT. srones Call 661 SAVE 3570 I QW I 'xref' on Your Cleaning Bill. Make Us Prove lt. f l,f..t,.,.,.,...,.,,,.,,.,.,t,.,, - ' F m ,W Ladies Dress ....l, 90c . III' Men's Suit ..,,,,... , 90c 'III , , Tig A :II '-adm' Sv-f ----,- 90C ,Qlr H' . . III' Ladies' Skirt .I 50c A f? 111113 Laales' Sweater soc giglgl Men's Pants . 50c M: Men's Ties ,,.,......,, l0c Quality Workmanship - Prompt Service Cleaned in a Modern 100 A Union Planta DEPT. STORES TO OUR ADVERTISERS We thank you for your patronage, which we realize makes the publication of the 1956 t'Tiger" possible. We are sure the students will show their appre- ciation by remembering you With their patronage. CLARENCE BOHIVI DANCE STUDIO Instruction in Jitterbug - Waltz - Rumba Tango - Polka - Charleston Fox Trot - Mambo Cha Cha Cha Donna Brakhane, Lucille Brase and Elmer Moritz pause a moment for a picture at HAMEL CO-OPERATIVE GRAIN CO. ELMER MORITZ, Manager HAMEL PHONE 15 CARPENTER PHONE EDWARDSVILLE l604W2 -if page one hundred seventeen 'Myffafzvhffwze AfM,,7MfE WWW ,ff 1 f ,Jkf I Q I , We 1 ffwff we M440 I Q544L454,,f1,C!, C XCAVAQ1' 41596 -' NK DLAL4, 4,5 ,e4fg.4,,Q77 L63fZCf Jaffnf , Cfzfcfqjajf ffhw l?'f!I4ZfKMmg J - W jfjzn, , I W 7 J f f f . I f E, X I7 Wzfzzi , XZWK - A A 7? A -4 g 5p K BANK OF EDWARDSVILLE I WQLS TIREMSAI-ES. INC- BUILDING fe? D ,rg .: 'FE TD? ,E .f 1 iiwt . E J I ' wig EGR BEAUTY AND PERFORMANCE gg VIZ ,7 It pays to bww of brick ' ' V7 They do not burn nor decay B ,I ' ' ' They are everlasting Richards Brick Co. EDWARDSVILLE ST. LOUIS FACE BRICK ' COIVWION BRICK ' HOLLOW TILE GLASS BLOCKS ' BUILDING BLOCKS FLUE LININC. ' GLASS BLOCK VENTILATORS pg h d d 'ghteen 'FE A. 8m B. FEED and SEED STORE, Inc. WHOLESALE AND RETAIL PROFIT REAPER A. B. FEEDS NUTRENA FEEDS FEED SALT SEEDS GRINDING CLEANING MIXING Q "WHERE FEED AND SEED IS A SCIENCE" pg hddt , N LADIES 5' S APPARELS soNAL LOANS , ' PURS Q PER N ,' ' .ouiz SPECIALTY 559 -I-0 5500 .1 ,F CJ , Midwest Loan Company A 'I K 152 North Main Street 1 , 5 Edwardsville, Illinois We Specialize in Wedding Gowns and Formals ' Phone l082 I page one hundred twenty MOTTAR DRUG COMPANY EDWARDSVILLE, ILLINOIS Good Healtlw 'to All From Rexall PHONE 67 AIR-coNDlTloNEo Aga., C,,mp,,,,,e,,,SOf MARSHALL F. WAYNE Clo e L l?l-loge Eze Building EDWARDSVILLE, ILL. Compliments of DON CGFFMAN INSURANCE AGENCY BRADLEY LOCKER SERVI C Complete Line of Slaughfering E Marine, Ill. Troian 1-2791 Flagg and Corlew, Compliments of EARL ORMAN'S Enemeefs STANDARD SERVICE 116A Sf. Louis Sfreef 201 Easf Vandalia Edwardsville, Ill. Edwardsville, Illinois Phone 1120 Susie Butler is inspecting a formal made by IEVELYN DUGGER 136 N. Filmore Phone 2943 SHEET METAL AND WARM AIR HEATING 311 North -Main Sfreef Eldor Emrich pg hddt ty M Congratulations to the Class of '56 EDWARDSVILLE R o o FIN e cz 0. Earlene Orman and Toni Musso getting their hair fixed at Over 40 years of service to the people of Edwardsville. 202A N. Main Street Phone 91 NATIONAL - U.S. RADIATOR CORPORATION EDWARDSVILLE PLANT .o-.fN,-v-v-.,5.,N.,-.f s.,N.,N,-N,N,-,,g.,5.,5 fs.-..-,,N.,N,,,s,., Heating nno Ain Conditioning Products For More Honmnfni - Comfortable Living General offiooo, Jonnoiown, Pennsylvania Sales Qffices In All Pnnoioni Cities pg hddt iii '.f LEROY M. FINK, D. D. S. Edwardsville National Bank Building EDWARDSVI LLE, ILL. DR. EUGENE F. WAHL NATIONAL BANK BLDG. EDWARDSVILLE, ILL. ASSOCIATED SERVICE MADISON STORE BUILDING EDWARDSVILLE, ILL. Compliments of W. J. PURCELL 81 CO. Compliments of BLUME'S APPAREL I04 N. MAIN EDWARDSVILLE Liichfield and Madison Railway Company THE ST LOUIS GATEWAYH A ROUTE-I1 Best Wishes To the Class of '56 JIM MOCORD Representing YOUR CLASS RING AND ANNOUNCEMENT COMPANY JOSTEN'S Q pl ts ol Sllll EllIlfS . - 'I T T- 124 N. Main SI. p g one hundred tw tyt L15 if Ni 1. I 'Qs III Left to right-Marlin fDustyJ Nordike, Laddie Aubrecht, Bev Brush, Harriet Anderson, Alice Albrecht and Paul Helmer. Congratulations To Class of I956 IF IN Tl-IE FUTURE you should go info Business get your Towel Supplies from MODERNE LINEN SERVICE Madison Counfy's Largest Laundry devofecl HTO Serving Modern Businessv PHONE 3371 TROY, ILL. page one hundred twenty-four I, 2 l 4 55 5 Erma Burges and Ronald Pfeifer in front of UHRE'S FURNITURE 81 APPLIANCE, Inc. UYQUR FURNITURE AND APPLIANCE CENTER + + 4 WE SERVICE WHAT WE SELL 400 N.-Main Street Phone 1585 Edwards II III pg h ddt tyf i J' i ESQ a fills? of M y gy N i x xx .- E l Xi I Jane Kotva getting her hair fixed by her mother with the help of her brother Mr. Brooks showing Stuart McE1Wain Louis, at and Harold Hancock one of the many selections of jewelry at MarceIla's Beauty Shop BRQQK5 JEWELRY Glen Crossing Phone 1617-Rl 213 N. Main Sf. Phone 784 6 ' F: f My , f M' ll -I Yu V XX! . ,.o,, 6 , my ,pf in xxx 4 V , N. VV., ' 'Tj V V -MWA e X - P 1 , , f f :um y MN K ' l I ,W 1, , E , I , t Eldon Schoeber, Idel Martin, Harvey Schoeber in front of HAMEL SERVICE COMPANY Elmer Speckman Firestone Tires Hamel, Illinois D-X Products page one hundred twenty-six F . Ximesik ie kv fs E 'He E52 Compliments of - Qkx AH X225 FREDERIC E. SPRINGER X DREEC C. ATTORNEY-AT-LAW 419N,X I -r, 1 EdwardsvilleNational Bank Bldg. EQNARD5 ix I L NNN lm is XPS? R L'N y 1 .. BRUCE 0. FIEGENBAUM fi? lnsuranceand Real Estate KX ii N S? Q 5 X Wilde Thea re Buildin f1:11hg'S B U Y SAL X Edwardsville 9 s ' C N-TEX XX X is X is Compliments of ix ESX OVfER ECK'S WERE DCTESQGKQ A X YLX " he omeo ine i Wa-llpafllr and Llginfsu XR 120 N. Main Sf. Edwardsville, Ill. S i X S Compliments of THE KRIEGE HATCHERY CO. EDWARDSVILLE Belleville Litchfield fu Q CQ "Bes1f Wishes - - Tigersl' W A wk X N NK p g h ndred itwsevenxgiu Q ' is -X MMM? -All Compliments of BUHRMIESTER PAPER AND PAINT CO. Compliments of 201-203 N. sEcoND STREET EDWARDSVILLE, ILL. S T RAU B E Wesf End Service S+aI'ion ST. LOUIS and WEST STREETS PHONE 1135 EDWARDSVILLE, ILLINOIS Robert IDocI Heidinger and Henry IHankI Dohle Bob Hyten depositing his money at Clover Leaf-Home Building 8: Loan Assoc:iaI'ion I48 N. Main Sf. Phone 122 I P389 , . .,1 - - - Compliments of WOODLAWN GARDENS J. H. BLIXEN 1407 St. Louis Street Rlssl Sfudlo CGLLINSVILLE, ILLINOIS 604 W. Main St. Phone Dlckens 4-0682 C I 53220 . MWj4iZEi'bL,4,f 1 I J' 'Off' Jfffufwj wf 700MjLfgij7LD,L5 D Lu ALWAYS My wi? If QADUATEQOF '56 fa, A ' n V 0 5 Wfffff I I f Q! !,exe9f f I W' 5 fpffwf WW DR COJn1 " '- 'O 136 N. Main Sfre f Phdne 272 Miss EULAIEYK HOTZ Your COUNTY CLERK pg hddtt I lu HE .1 in ff , Coiviplimexlfts of I ll 'Q p Ll, 2 I Compliments Of A ' 'f fl IVIECI-IANIC'S PAUL EDWARDS' Brick work - Collinsville if PLANINC' MILL' Inc' - ll. I ij. X , PHONE 487 A -RX I, ' V1 J! ,I K 3 Y I 1 TE if ' ,Lax Q, CQmp'liments of' I 3 Compliments of 'w " i ss as HARRIS TDM BQY lVIA'RKET,7' X It 66 BOWL H P32 N.XM4a?n Street- if 1 li 300 West Vandalia St. 'J fl' X V YL f :' T Vi C mpliments of J ,f FRUVVQ ' ' 'f I 'STANDARD ' SERVICE BIG' '305 W5stVandalia Bakerlsl fsany Prod U U STANDARA5 ou. PRoDucTs ' I W.. V I I ds fue, I . M 4 A A1 I ,xv N551 WA?- Mrs. Yonaka showing two of our seniors Berta Hanser and Mary Sue Reilly the silver at Yonalca Jewelry Store H2 N. MAIN PHONE 1943 I lx cz 'T ALEANE 5 O T MAIN STR I DSVILLE, I NEW YORK LIFE INSURANCE CO. Complete line of Life - Guaranteed Renewal Hospitalization and Maior Medical Expense Insurance Non-Cancellable Accident 8. Sickness Group - Insurance and Employee Protection Plans. WALDO L. T. VUAGNIAUX 309 Hillsboro Ave. Edwardsville, Ill. Phone 2465 page one hundred thirty If Mx 5 Vx MW-V! kjvlfv frfljgj if XMI, f r! E X17 ZF I f I M1 My if' If ' X! . X 9 , 10,1124 Va h . I I aIlaS,t"! EITJQQX, C Of fjdw VIIILVX Congratulations to 9 ,ll ,W 3 EH0'-If 'Aggf gf!!! The 1956 Tiger f A S I flyu T li . I .' I J 01.113165 Ijfhfi-ig s it TJ I ML' CW a 3 jp "ly jf f' X I "'1fIl!l77L nosvfrrs wofs Aff? f g l X WV Compllilrpients ,A iff! If tif U j Vx J if My . . . . Filling PICSCYIPIIOHS In Edwardsville Since 1918 lMBER's MEN'SfWEA'R , it r' if f ,J XE! WMM! 1 'f-, I, " "" I 7 1' IOM! A 4 , f ' I. s - ,, J , 1 Q f p x . x ' I K . u, , 5 ' 3 R in - . .f - I. p , HOMES N U RSERY ?'iGREENI-IOUSES ,, ERNEST TOSOVSKY,' President a I m " f. CUT FLOWERS' ' TREES ' PLANTS' '- SI-IRUBS r I I ' MEMBERS OF F. T. D.: 0 PHONE 1990 AND 1791 EDWARDSVILLE, ILLINOIS Stores at Granite City, Cellinsville, Wood River and Staunto TO SERVE YOU "SAY IT WITH FLOWERS" pg hddth ROBERT L. MARKS D. D. S. Edwardsville Savings and Loan Bldg. Edwardsville, lll. Compliments of ELDON IVI. DURR 514 St. Louis Street Compliments of :UU , ,a bu 0 1 I WINTER S PHARMACY Gail Nicolussi knows of the fine cleaning PRESCRIPTIONS ouR SPECIALTY Service of 105 Purcell e Phone 216 MQQRE andl STQRK "WE DO APPRECIATE 511 N.N1e1n Phone 471 YOUR BUSWESSH and gives her instructions to Helen Hess. 1 EDWARDSVILLE LUMBER CO. Phone 4 Phone 5 Second and High Streets page one hundred thirty-two Compliments of MADISON STORE U65 Years on the Squareg' EDWARDSVILLE MOTOR SERVICE FARM MACHINERY 0 REFRIGERATION Tractor Service Repairs 0 Welding BOB'S BAND BCDX CLEANERS al LAUNDERERS NO SHRINKING 0 NO FADING 0 NO ODOR A Laundry and Dry Cleaning Service fo Fit Everyone's Purpose YOUR APPEARANCE IS OUR BUSINESS II12-II4 S. Main Sf. Esclwardsville .14 V 'I I Phone 28 ,. ff,-4 ." jrng A, gd. 4 ff ,.ll,,W f Ti INN' 6 , ,va " X ,pf II Q E' sf, E fi . 1 I L -an- he Za. , -jf", i 'v :M an-I-I MM T' I"I'I"" m v-- ,q T . I I D W r rg 1 ....-, . '+1 - 1:56233 ' Ai". J fb ' 'ff' ,. ...ff . ' 1 . ..,, I I .... ,V I - , a- CI' I'-- .?, I3II:f51 ff i ' LF III Q E ---n iii, ,, 7, - Y-. v- -.-.-.,. ..-f.. 'Q X . 1 .E 8655 EBE11 I OV! FO RMERLY MARKS'WEBER I ?Mlfl87d6H0l4fl6 304 NO RTH MAIN STREET EDWARDSVILLE page one hundred thirty-three ff"-PJ, STL My :gb l gj7Qt,U,fL!rX , .3 Q I Q ww? 'Y' LLMA ' DICK H. MUDGE, JR. 9,59 I PAINT ST E JOHN G. IVIUDGE W by 205 N. Second Sfreef ff See us for your Painting Needs Phone 193 or C. R. COCI-IRAN, D. S. C. Bfi'19Y0Ur Painfins cI-IIRoPoDIsT AND FooT SPECIALIST Problems fo US Gerber Bldg. Edwardsville, III ENLOEIS RAY's ISA STORE BENDIX SELF SERVICE MEATfha'f GEQFERIES Sforeg?n Tow 120 s. Mein sf. Phone 302 Ph0'gf'!D50jLwQ!3M W 900 P W Mary qMrs. Budb Wood showing Jim Heinemeier one of the book selections at SOUTHWICICS GIFTS 235 N. Main Phone 408-R X 0 - GA Mgifffgww 05 I MMI LINCIS UMBER CC., Inc. page one hunl d th' tyf 5 .N4 f'. xr 'YW' QI J Compliments of . W. L. ESTABROOK 107 Purcell Street ' A JL .-1 ee,, 15. 2" JOSEPH IVI. De LAURENTI M- A A A S A 'mn f Attorney-at-Law h -I , Room 502-3 Bank of Edwardsville Bldg. ' C0m,P?1 my 'ff , Q Ph :Ed .2345 Ed d 'n,m. ' A ' 4 'V " " one W wa' Sv' e DIPPOLD1 BROS. GRAIN, ' , mf, Q.. , ' ' A ""f W A 309 sf. Lguis' gf., . , 3 my K. - Comphmemof 3 Edwatiasville' SOLTER AND KRIEGE ole on . HARDWARE H2 E. VANDALIA ST. PHONE 588 i. . Donna Harmening makes a transaction at EDWARDSVILLE CREAMVERY CO. West Park and Johnson Streets "CONGRATULATIONS TIGERS" Phone 364 - 365 page one hundred thirty-five ff fx 4 fy , 'f" if X f7i,fQ,f'U! i,fLa.,,4f4'! V 'vi LZ ,fb flfv f 19 V uf' 444' H" 'I ,Lf I V, fl Z, ' f 'V ,f KfaN5AsfSj71345ET EC:-:,ZylcE'fME Ys an OCERIli5,!l ,in f iw i ff fffvou VRIEND, XCORNER ,A ff , 1 gkadcfiii I ,U i 1 mi? in K fo Q ,U 1,710 jX'P,7i:IOIa6 Pifjj 415 ansas 1 K in DA! J XL! i f f NL E - . X, ,if V ff Many Ann Brockmeier and Jeannie E "l Q7 Li ff ' N 2 no , QT ,fl "U'Hi'erry inspect the stoves at Complime 4 E. P. SCHNEIDER JIM JONES, Inc. I Funeral Home 11 N. 2nd Sf. Phone 132-W I eww A 7 J XY. jj .E NMad'isoinb Counfy Mufual 'AUTOMOBILE INSURANCE COMPANY "A SERVICE THAT SERVESH 4 4 5 306 Edwardsville National Bank Building Phone 96l p one hundr ed thirty M E 1531 QSM R fE l QQCLQ' 4, -gg JO C' 'J Co tulatlons R CLAS " ' jk f EDWARD A. KANE, Qbfz Ben Franklin Store employees Margo Architect Kriege and Kendra Burke are looking at the record selection in MAIL H J BEN FRANKLIN STORE YW 103 N. Main sf. OJ Phone 436 f lf!x J: A-'Fil' VIH 9A A A f R' R ., ' W0'KWi'Myj,:PWf1'M L MQSCAR fp ,fpiwgwigy A cgydgojsjgy IDT o QBUCRQMNN n ' 0 A' 'A Afjfwfx W M v ff M f A A ,If Wa 'OS AR SCHMIDT AGENCY I. V INSURANCE afld REAL ESTATE 3o5N M sf Ed d II hddh if if . Q. W L V IN Compliments of "i'I'fyfr I . MEYER TELEVISION Ph 462 225 N M Sf Left to right-Jack Gerhardt, Bill Quade and Jack Minner. Super Marker QUADE'S PHILLIPS 66 FQR FINEST MEATS Service SI'a'I'ion AND GROCERIES 604 Franklin Road l4l W. Vandal Ph 362 Ph 407 I M 56 I MI I I IIA,Ig?IIEI4iWI fy IW-n. N' I Iljfrgy i wif My WHQiiIiXI1M?5If5TR7!'gL?TO fy If 34? W wrgwrfyr II M Wi I g hddhtght .-,, Y xg-C QFD ERNEST W. LINDEN, NLD. Bohm Building , QQ Compliments of WILLIAM G. STR UB 'x N I-IOGUE'S CITY SERVICE Sf. Andrews and Vandalia "We Give TOP VALUE Stamps" fi N. X JERRE C. COLLINS, JR. .D. 117 West Linden I X Compliments of TED'S MARKET ALL FORMS OF INSURANCE REAL ESTATE WILFRED C. EILERS s '1 K U 1 E71 GRocERlEs and .MEATS Agency 1310 N. Main Sf. Phone 665 Bank of Edwardsvme Bpdfql I XA J , Phone 79 , . I I A51 p Mi ' U 1 I L, 'J 5? I ,Lb I M p U XX . WQESIVIQN QMF . co. X d L I PLIJMBING Q L f IE 1 J 1 U, IXTUBSEQ if Marvin Busker shows sporting equip- h J x X ment to Joel Van Stee, Louis Baptist jj " E and Cy Blackmore at Phone 1820 318 Sf. Louis Sf. J. W. Busker and Son Hardware 219 N. Main pg hddthty Nj-ji I , l A M , ii M AWA fy ff' W A QKUMKEMQU 4 MyQsEEeER's MARKET ML' Wi Q WMU INATIWWIDE ToPMo MV My J ,ff n 'Pf T AG INTS- - We Deliver All CT q AL a PLU ING L? w e e W A if e i I I 5 P:-' My 05 mam sf. ff W e W AW M W if 4 jj HAMEL HARDWARE Sc Aw! 1'."'!MVJgNDJ'2,7Q ARD" APPLIANCES M M +A jifbfgigfik Road M Pho E rB ul GMS W WMM l Jlpmf ' STAHLY CARTAQEA co. vy' V E4 . I EDWARDSVILLE, ILLINQIS 1 PETRCLEUM TRANSPORTS DJMWQQWWAJ lc fzwfwl. MAL 1,41 'iz AJ, Compliments of MMm? g32gal2g ROY L. BELL 'VMC Nm side opcgw House 'tum JQMAM' I t 2? LZ Compliments of S'ea"' Chicken' w WILLIAM E. DELICATE Sandwic ly fl M. D. Q I W KQV? W' Be Ss4r 'l!J4! U Compliments of . I I was pl Vince Ipfdaige y SILVERBLOOM General and Life Insurance. I22 N. Main St. Edwardsvill W ,, ' 1 Klueter Purina Feed Store Troy Road Phone 374 E. J. SHEPARD GFI-,ICE SUPPLY "Everything for the Qfficen SCHOOL SUPPLIES - TYPEWRITERS Edwardsville, Illinois pg hddfty J' ' PRIMAS GARAGE GLEN CARBON Dickens 4-7436 'EQQAIQ '7ZfU'77VjwL Dickens 4-7437 Qu, A ' yan 49-Gy EHS 7Zl..Qol20fMQ2 KVA! GO YOU TIGERS You are the Best So are we - Mefcalf Agency and Lux Theafre pg h d df fy-two Q5 M I C H E L S TIRE AND BATTERY CO., Inc. U.S. TIRES, TUBES BATTERIES AND ACCESSORIES Compliments of LOUIS A. SMITH "Uncle Louie" We give and redeem Eagle Stamps A 208 s. Buchanan Phone 1180 H""' TOP HOUSE RESTAVRANT Hwy. 66, West of Edwardsville A, A, A, Road Service Open Sundays - Hours 7 - 10 Phone 1876 Home Cooking MELISPURTIN Compliments of S A. I-I. STREBLER 405 St. Louis St. Phone 21 Phone 1234 237 N. Main St. Edwardsville, Ill. Fishing Tackle, Rod 8. Reel Repairs, Hunting 8. Fishing Clothing, Guns, Ammunitions, Gunsmithing Dupont Marine Paint, Boats, Outboard Motors SMALL ELECTRICAL APPLIANCE REPAIRS I ,MUD f re ISS' F af If fiioiliiifim N S Aiiifsuu PLIETSL Ze ,fm'f"' AWP M W 1 g 8:5575 QFSIV And Q Pnfnl 284 wpffwjbf www yin wich ' Edwardsv' le 9, re qdF Ice Cream A 'VI "oRDERs o ?7 I I page one hundred forty-three Q f . Lf fi if fy MM I LMI 5 1 ,wry Compliments of ' If C u nfl ' if IKM Iilson Construction and I l J! I N I I I ve opment Co. ' W WWW Nay AND I FASHION BQQOTERY cw b"For. Better: Quality Better Styles In All PriceXRanges" . -A . MC r FlNE FOOTWEAR FOR THE ENTIRE FAMILY Earl C. Wilson Agency All Under Wilson Management ,. , ' We COMPLETE REALIESTATE AND INSURANCE TSERVICE Q7 SuI1re's I.G.A. Store ROY HALBE, Proprietor ' Hamel, Illinois I A '4 ' 620 E. Franklin rEdwareIsvi'IIe 4 f' ' . I I I I ,I 1 . I 1 'A TX V I ' ' 1, 'I .4. A tire! V if I w fe 4 ,- , ed eg our 5 J' I FUNERAL I-IGNIE ' KIA wi I A- Mortuary X- I ,J Service 'I' X ff!! I Plrnone 577 Oxygen Equipped Ambulance 210 N. KANSAS ST EDWARDSVILLE, ILL page one hundred forty-four og , , J HXPWM K I f'2f+-MM, f K' JT' flf' IEE .2 if fl ,X in-'.rifx:. , , Qtr! A I O .,V: I JSI: J K IM' :A . I IV A Es .. 3 .I -.FEES P ' 5gm.'.'QTx-'12 Q 47-if . 5511 'fl are Iglll F . , Z Y I 'f , 2 3 . A a 7 ' I THEIENS N0 SUBSTITUTE ' "fr L 1 f r P' B . , 'Y Q for " 1 MIINEY IN THE BANK UF EDWARDSVILLE Nr 1. Your savings deposited in our bank have the protection provided by sound management . . . by regulations, laws, and careful examinations . . . by our membership in the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation fwhich insures the safety of your funds up to 310,000 for each depository. 2. Depositors in our bank are creditors-and the deposits are not invest- ments in the bank, but our direct obligations. Your money is handy when needed, and it earns interest While on deposit. 3. When you save at our bank you can do all your banking under one roof. OUR BANK OFFERS ALL THESE ADVANTAGES. BUILD YOUR SAVINGS BACKLOG WITH US! THE BANK OF EDWARDSVILLE 4 . IN BANKING SINGE- I868 KJ J .X 7 SN my Member Federal Reserve System ' PHONE 57 'I f A " .rn I l fl X f fu , pagQxctlnef4NN1d1L -five i i Now Presenting . . J Two BANDS i' The Wall Schlemer ' Orcl'ies+ra Th K' M X e mgs en Shown here are Velda Mae Primas and Adrienne Shaffer demonstrating a cedar chest at Phone 1459 Edwardsville, ni. ' FREDMAN BRQSO Furniture Co., lnc. 117-119 Main Sf. Phone 400 X1 Conoco PRQJDUCTS . t - ' 0 Q Gasieline' JK Oil super Nair My B. F. GQODRICH TIR AND BATT RIES HAMEL OIL COMPANY W. H. Hering, Mgr. Hamel, Illinois Phone 2X26 or l0X22 pg hddtty M 'W JJ 5 Jzffxf index of erfisers gi B. F a STO 119 'LAGG al CORLF1 ' .....,.. . 121 MOT R'S DR ,. 120 ASSO E S CE .. . .,.,, ' FREDM 'S FUR TURE ..... .. 146 MUDC 35 M .. 134 AIFERBAEE ..,. . ., .. . 120 FRUIT'S TAN A D SE IC .,,. X1 US O' . 141 EG'S ..,.. ..... . .. .....,.. 129 ERBIG' AKE Y .,,,....,.... 30 NA1'10N L' ' S- R?1131AT0R CORP- 122 ANK OF EDVVARDS ' ...,..,. 145 'XJ BARTON an SONS .......1...... 118 CO-OP ......,.. 1 . .. 117 AN' TAIVMRD SERVICE "A' 121 BELL, ROY C. ......,...,..,......,. 141 H EL H DW E ez AP LIAN E 40 O BECK,S,,."1 """2""4"""' " 127 3i5MFs3f?3?ff.f?O??ii1 AT 11 1 g 3 Sli, B, 12 112 2T 1 so 12 PI INI- .. 138 BOB'S BAND BOX. ,...., ....,... 1 H EL SEI? ICE CO. ,..... ...,.. 0 MMA 'n h M IAVVAII- H142 EZZDIQLSZNZZCZFSDTTI. . fill 11 ffl? U1lIrC?,MDi. CEQfffTf 'AA.A 123 PR SS UTY ML N -' " " X PUR LL, W .sz CO. .4... .. 123 BOTHMAN'S GA GE .............. 110 H L, DR. M. R. . ..,.,...., . .. 114 ' X BROCKMEIER, . C. L. .,.,.. . 11-1 WAY CA E ............... ...,. 1 12 X ADE A .- n: IPS 6 ,.,,,, U 138 BROOKS JEWE . ...,.,....,... 126 OGUE'S Y SERVIC ..,.,. .,.. 1 39 ,xx X BUHRMESTER'S .. .. .......,.., 3 HOME TRACT sz TIT Co. .... 113 ' ' - 204 ST RE ..,,.. .. .. 134 BUSKER's HARD ,,,,,., N 39 HO E RSERY ....,. . H1 .....,,.. 131 DS B CK CO- ..,. .. .. 118 BUTLER CHEVRO T ...,,.. 110 HOT ARDWARE .3............. 1 RI I STU O ....,,......... 129 BULMER BUICK -,,.. .w., n H 11 HOT UL IA 1 ,-.,.-. ,4.,-.4. E . ROHRK TE DAIRY ........ .. 115 HO , INC E Y H -,',,'. . ROS THAL'S ..,.,.,......, .. 116 CAIN LUMBER .... . ..... .. 140 RST PON C CO. . .. .... . CASSENS 31 SONS ..... .......,... 1 10 I LJ HLEMER' WALT """""""" 146 1.7: CASSENS LINCOLN-ME URY ...,. 113 ILL1NOIS MBER C . . ., . . CHM1DTf OSCAR W- -----'--- -1 7 CASSENS SHEET METAL .'4..' 121 IMBERS N,S WE , H ' z SCHNEIDER FUNERAL HOME . CHAMPION MOTORS ..., .. . .. 110 IR 'S AUTY SA N .. . .7 SEEGERS MARKET ---- H -- 1 CLAYTON CLEANERS . 130 ' ZEERRDZ E' J' ""'-----' ' 1 I CLOVER LEAF LOAN ...... .,..,V . . 128 . JONES ......... .... . . 136 CKS 'A""""'-'-1' 12 COCHRAN, DR- CLIFTON RI .'b.". 134 JOSTENS, JIM MCC RDY R ".. 123 SILVERBLOOM .......... .,....... 1 1 COFFMANY DON .A'."..... 121 66 BOWL ............. . .130 COLLINS, DR. JERRE C. .. 139 KANE, EDWARD .. ..... f ......... 137 SMITH' LOUIS A' ' '--- Hr- 14 KANSAS STREET AR , ..'A'4A. 136 SOLTER an KRI E ........,..... 35 DQLAURENTL JQSEPH M, ,.., 135 KAUFMAN'S A. 8: W. ..,......,.... 143 SOUTHWICK' IFTS ' """ ' 134 DELICATE, DR. WILLIAM E. ...... 141 KLUETER FEED STORE ., . 141 SPRINGER' F EDE C -'---1 +1 12 , DESMOND, M, MFG. CO, 139 KRIECE HATCHERIES 127 STAHLY CARTA 0' 0 DILLMAN'S PAINT CO. .. 134 ST UBB FU R RVICE H 28 DIPPOLD BROS- ,,,,.,,,,,,, 135 LITCHFIELD .1 MADISON RAILWAY 123 BE' LMA ' " 139 . DUNCAN-S HILL TOP HOUSE .,.... 143 LEE SHOPS .....,...,......,...,... 127 S EB ' A' A' '1-' I11' ---' - DUGGER, EVELYN 4,.A,.,4.4,,,.,, 121 LEXOW ELECTRIC ..,.......,...... 31 S HA 'LIFU CE TUR 7 125 DURR, ELDON M. ..,,.,..,........ 132 LINDEN, D - ERN-ST W- -..---- 1 139 GA T R .VA".v D-x SUNRAY OIL CO. .....,........ 112 TH R Kr METCALF I . NS ANCE ,............ .. D'S ET . . ...,...,...,.. 139 EDWARDSVILLE CONSUMERS .,... My EDWARDSVILLE CREAMERY .... . 135 M N COUNTY A 1N'S .G.A. M KET ...., EDWARDSVILLE LUMBER ,,1. ,132 A I ON STOR .... .. ..... . 133 AGNI , WALD . T. . . 1 0 EDWARDSVILLE MOTOR SE I . 133 MARCELLA' AUT OP .... . 1 ' EDWARDSVILLE NATIO AL AN 1 1 MARKS, L M. ......... .,.. 4 4 W L, DR. . . . 3 EDWARDSVILLE ROOF G .,... . 122 MARKS, RT L. J. ......... . 132 YNE, , M. F. . .,..... 21 EDWARDSVILLE S NGS .sl A 114 MA R TE DRLf S .... ,. ., 131 WEB UNER OME ,., . 1 EDWARDS' PAUL ,,,.,,.,,,,,,,,,,, 130 C NI ' PLANINC M ,..... 0 VSCE L'S TIRE SALES ,.... ....I . 11 EILERS, WHAFRED C, ,,,,,,...,,,,, 139 MEL'S S TI Oo ,,...... . 1143 WEST END RV E STA ION . 1 ENLOE'S SELF SERVICE LAUNDRY 1311! MEY EL ION .....,. , .... 1 WESTER T CIAT . 4 ESTABROOK, W. L. .,,............. L 115 IL' I TTE ------ 3 WIL A. . -1,. .,.. . .XM IDW LO . ..,.., .... 2 0 W ON, . ..,.... .... . 4 , FAMOUS DEPARTMENT STG S H 1 MIN UP U OMOT E C . 110 INTE ', MACY ....... .... 1 3 FASHION BOOTERY ...........,.., 1 4 ER LINEN ..,.... .......,., W O AW RDE ..., 1276! FIECENBAUM, BRUCE . . ..,. 127 M00 TORK C AN S .... . 13 FINK, DR. 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