Edwardsville High School - Tiger Yearbook (Edwardsville, IL)

 - Class of 1958

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-..vfr-. '1 1-,573 7255 . wwf- . . ,,., Q- .F 211:-L?144iP" ' 'iw 'Q' , --"1-ei' ' . H ---we-4 . . 1-'I-1, 1' "ff5g'4.4w-'fqifhlw-:1!i'LA"!i'Y Jfg-"'-V . 'H-:rw fn ,, , A .W M ' P 'M' '. - -'M"'?"F,'h"', JIILS dedication We wish to dedicate the l958 Tiger to our Alma Mater Edwardsvllle Hlgh She IS our seat of learnlng and source of pleasant assoclatlons and frrendshlps Durmg our four years of attend we have truly learned to apprecrate her We only hope that her tradltrons and flne name and reputatlon lrve on and on l-ler halls are full of nch hrstory and deep secrets No one knows more than she nor less She holds the scrlbbled names of ardent lovers and also meanlngless words She keeps her secrets well May her name llve forever and her stablllty mcrease w nth each oncomrng year To her we offer our servrces labors and loyalty l958 Tiger Staff Ronnie Enloe Edtror r - 9 , . . , . 3 Q - v 1 'ls W fy., K? W nr-swf uf 9 Y c fee 1 ',' U I x . 'M f' WELL 3'5" fa--ff W . 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Stanrilmz: I-Irnvsv T4-fffvsky Jr. Wilbur Suhre, Lamont l"lf'lfiIYlLll'F nhvz-tor Bm-hm, William Ibfvrsvy Administrators MR. RALPH SCHMID Assistant Principal and Dean of Boys In a helpful, cheerful manner Mr. Correll guides E. H. S. students throughout the busy school year. In spite of his many duties, he is still able to attend many out- side activities. As assistant principal, English teacher, and Dean ot Boys, Mr. Schmid has a heavy schedule. Although these keep him quite busy, he manages to see that school life runs smoothly. Besides taking care ot the many prob- lems of the girls oi our school, Miss Sloan, Dean ot Girls, has a busy schedule with her English classes. She is never too busy to show an interest in the students and their activities. MR. NOLAN CORRELL Principal MISS ELSIE SLOAN Dean of Girls Page twelve The mysteries of a bench saw are explored by some serious shop students. The advanced biology class watches in in- terest to see if the patient has blood pressure. .gk ' Q f 'rx N5 I ,,,,,,.W+1 S Uhr- 4 LQ fl ""a-R... 53 . HJ .V ' ,Qu pu 44 :HN-. Q- ' 4 ,kgs-7 ' 2 Ml. wi ' yafy -+A f Y , 4 f NWS In W. . gQ11AfMf 4 ' - M4 hi' , , , Y .Ma K Mx" V+, .W 41 ',ff1"3Z5?ff' '. mf: V W, X A Fiji., If A nm' ,. 2, 1 V f' If HT? '-wiYg2Q??2f.,gW:. , Q4'1f1"3::2 , 1' ' 4,7 ,gy , , 'Mg Q W, ,. ' " ?W',""s2'F5 i.',rQLu'4 4 W f A Mm: ' N+2':x' .,..,.M.f:,M W 3,g.g.,A J digging V ,gf .MV 3 ,R MT, ' g'iVs5.?', 31? 12 9. ,Hwvgzzc.iiw'.7I' uw '- 'A PSE' ,Q Q5 ,sygg ,-.af nm. f, lk r 5, , f U W. Efwfyf Q " 14 4 ?- if ' f -' '73 '81 "1 Q ' , v iii? 5 4-5.521 sw L EA P 95,15 22 ' f 'H Q f ia I v 1 1 1 f J' Y K Faculty NIR ARTHUR APPRILL In Ed A Soual Studles 'VIRS ALICE CROCKFR A B 'VI A Fnghsh Speech 'VIISS GRACE CUNININIGHAWI 'N Stanrsh French NIR CLEAON FTZKORN B NI F 'VI M F Bind MR KENNETH FRFELAND B nn d Lommerddl 'iubjeels 'VIRQ HFLFN FFORGI' Mdthemdtim WI NIIQS QARLA f"I'VNF' W Idlln NIR A NI GIBSON Ph Peneral Science Physics MISS ESTHER GOEDDEL N Soclal Studies 'VIISS ELLA HELNI B N A Vlathematlcs NIRS LILLIE HFLNI B ln fl Fnkrhsh NIISQ JOAN HIINTF R I-d Bmlny,,x NIISS QAKOLYNI HLTTON B 'S ln Voc Home FL Humemaklng NIR RICHARD HI TTON ln Ed N Assistant Coach Health P NIP BENNY IQSFLHARDT N DFIYEFS Educauon iocral Stud les Fwthdll Coach NIR JANIFS KFQSINFI-P XII M441 Nix-.xt One of the hrqhhqhts of the yeor for the new freshmen IS thelr parents receptron Here the teachers hfrve C1 cr ance to get to know the parents of the1r new students and to d1SCUSS thelr progress The evemnq ends Inforrnully wlth refreshments pa-05 Faculty Our faculty teaches lar more than the basic reading, Writing, and arithmetic. Besides their any classroom duties, the te l ers vise all the clubs, chap- eron t -c ol events, and sell tickets at t AEK' Page sixteen Iuirposeitil learning is exhibited as art sti th-nts wmvn- reeds into baskets :int to nets. English class emu-ts a famous st-ent fri Shakespezirefs Julius Caesar. MR. MELVIN KUETHE B.S. in Ed., M.S. in Ed. P.I-I., Asst. Coach MR. YVILLIAM KLARMAN B.S. in Ed. General Science, Biology MR A. E. LITTLE A.B.. BLS. Commercial Subjects MISS LONNIE JO LONGHOFl'IIi B.S. in Ed. Art, ITE. MR. JOE E. LUCCO A.B., M.A. Social Studies, Basketball and Baseball Coach MRS, MERIDETH FRANCIS B.S. ln Ed. English MRS. ELIZABETH MILLER B.S. in Ed., M.A. Mech. Drawing, General Shop, Arch, Drawing MR. J. IJ. MILLER B.S. in Ed.. M.A. Tennis Coach. Shop, Metal. Ad- vam-ed VVoud MRS. MILIIREI1 MOR.-KN A.B. Mathematics MRs. MARILYN Mtf1.Li-:N B.S. in ad. P.1-:. ' I Miss LUCY PARKEY " 't ' ' B.S.. M.S. . Home-making. Family Living' 4 MR. RAY POIJHORN B S English MR. WILLIAM POYVELL B.S., M. Ed. Chemistry, Physics MR. NORMAN REUSCHER B. S. Wood, Electricity. Shop MRS. ROSE SANDS A.B., M.A. English MR. CHESTER SEIBERT B.S. in Ag., M. Ed. Agriculture ' .J -Q L .. ,foul lf' K -Jams R ,L iw., 1 . .afx g :gli 7-. iw Wx, M M950 ry ':-f,,a ' i Y Ns Anuthe-r phase uf nur Inman v'r1m':ilinn is the truimm: thvsv girls url in humv Q-w.y1Un114-s 1.3 -.. MRS. VERNA FIRNHABI-IR MISS SHI-IRLYN HIGHLAND!-iR MRS. MESTA JONES Registrar Secretary Bookkeeper Page eighteen NIISS ALETHA SVIISFR B S ln Ed M A Commercial Subjects NIISS ELAINE SNIITH B S In Ed Commercial Subjects NIR NVILLIAM STAIRVVALT B S Ed NI S d Mathematics Shop NIISS LEORA THOMPSON Algebra Creative Writing NIISS VIVIAN THOMPSOIN B Ed 'VI S Librarian American History NIRS NIARGARETTE WARVIBRODT BSlnEd MSlnEd M English NIR PHILIP WEBER B S in Ed Drivers Education Commercial Subjects 'VIISS ISABEL WOOD A B NI A English MRS LEONA ZALEWSKI Girls Health Facult MISS PATSY GARVLR B in Ed 'VI S In Ed School Lunch Director Page nzneteen gb-M 'Q . Ar: 2 Q xfzifi ffiffififmg 4 . ,Q J. f, i s f fi, Q D , U N C Q I zsx Pruxidu .fl 3,n'.f,..- Lmf-I, pw. 71 '.f,f. Pflflf' tfrmzry-one 'P . xx! Senior Class Rosemary Aqles "I,ili- is so 4-4mimvlim':itvc1" "Iinsv" liilnml 1, 2. Il, 1: G.A.A. 1g Lilirary 1, 2. Il, 1 Alice Albrecht "l 4-mill! talk l'm'ovvr"' "Al" Business l-Id. Il, 1: l".ll.A. 1. 2: G.A.A. 1: Girls' Choir 2. 3. ig Hi-Tri 1, 2. Ii, 1. Patricia Ann Allison "VVhat9ver is wurth doing at all. is worth doing we-ll." "Pat" Mnnticellu High School 1, 23 A Cappella 113 F.H.A. 3. 43 Girls' Choir ll: Hi'Tri 3. ig Musii' Listening 3. 1. locmn Alieloqt "Good will is the mighiiest practical force in all the univvrsef' Chorus 1. 2, 33 Hi-Tri 1. 2, 3, 4: Junior Play 33 Pep Club 1. Page twenty-two SENIOR CLASS OFFIVFIRS JIYIDY HEL!-'l-IR Serretary DVVANE VAN HOOSER President JANETTE HEUER Vice President JOE ROTTER Tru-asurer Harrlet Ruth Anderson merry as the day ls long, Crvrusl 2 Prenih 1 2 Treasurer! Girls Choir Fl 3 1 Nlusu Llstemnp, 4 T1p.,er Trmes ludrth Lynne Anderson Her gaiety is contagmus Judy Band 1 2 3 4 Class Officer 1 Vrce Presldent Dra rams 3 GAA 1 2 3 4 President 4 Handbo commlttee 3 4 BUSINESS manager 4 H1Trx 1 2 3 4 Qecretary of Councrl 4 Junior Plav 3 L tm 1 2 bcrlba 2 Pep Club 1 Prom committee 3 Student cfunul 1 2 3 4 Vxce Presrdent 4 W1ll1arn Ashauer Frlendly counsel guts off many foes B1 l Basketball 1 2 Marshall Wrllrarn Bardelmerer aeteua help 2 4 Chorus 1 I' FA Photogrflphy 1 Spanish 2 3 Raymond C Barnes To l'1uf.,h rs prf per to the man L orus 1 2 34 AVIAUOD 1 Te Alberta Ann Barrels A good Lonsueme IS the be-.t law Bert A 1 Q Rrchard M Beck Adventure ht his eyes nd 1 2 3 4 Ba'-rkethllll Suenre Alfred Leroy Bell A may has not gone by that I dld not seek adventure Band 1 2 3 4 Football 1 Photography 1 "As ' . '1 .ll - : ' ' . . '. 3 , ' 3, 43 Hi-T' 1, 2. '. V: 1 .4 ' ' g 'f ' ,- fl, 4. nl t' I Y 3' .l .l. .,.. I .' 1 V 014 D. ," I I .f a',',': .. -V, "Oh. I am a Texas cowboy," Cf " ,Q :'...1,2,3.43 'h . , . , 3 " ' . 2, 3, 43 nnis 2, 3. F.H. . , 2. 3. 4. Vice President 43 Hi-Tri 1, 2, 3, 4. Bn , . . 3 '. 1 1 - 1. 1 .Alu Gary Bernhardt Even dynamite comes lh small packages Cafeterxa help 3 Chorus 2 3 Sound System 1 Robert Betts He was born for sometlnng great Bob Baseball 1 Basketball 1 F F A 1 2 3 4 Kathryn Mae Blase If I talk a lot forgive me Kathy Band 3 Cafeterla help 4 Glrls Choir 2 3 4 H1T 1 2 3 4 Music Lxstenmg 3 4 Patr1c1a M Bode Flirt rtion rs attentlon wlthout lntentlon Pat A Cappella 3 4 Dramatlcs 4 Glrls Choir 2 G A A 1 4 Trea urer 4 H1 Trl 1 2 3 4 Junior Pla lnbrary 2 3 Offlce helper 3 Pep Club 1 Prom com mnttee 3 Tlger Tlmes 3 4 GGOIQICI May Bollman To be of use in the world IS the only may to he happy George and 1 Junior a H1 rn Ruth Bosch Greatness and goodness are not means but ends Ca eteria h lp 4 Girls Choir 2 3 FHA 1 HiT 1 2 3 4 Musxc Listening 2 3 Flemmq Bradshaw He proved his ability on the gridiron more than once Flem Band 1 2 3 4 Basketball 1 2 3 Football 1 Lettermen s 2 3 4 Math 1 Science 1 Technician 1 2 3 Track 1 2 3 4 Mlke Brazler Barefoot boy with cheeks of tan Braz Art 2 Band 1 Class Officer 3 Treasurer Cross Country 2 3 4 Dramatics 3 4 FFA 1 2 Letter men s 2 3 4 Treasurer 4 Pep Club 1 Prom committee 3 Science 1 2 Track 1 2 3 4 Wrestling 4 : ' c ' ' ' . . : '- ri 2. 3. . vs ' h 1 '- ' Y. . . : : t 'Y' 4 . B . 2, 3, 43 F.H.A. 13 ' Pl' y 35 '-T ' 1. 2. 3. 4. f e 3 " ' , 3 . . . 3 '- ri . . . 3 . V. I . 2. 3. 4: Mary Ann Brockmeier "See the mischief in her eye?" "Brock" A Cappella 4: Chorus 1, 23 G.A,A. 1, 2. 3, 4: Girls' Choir 33 Junior Play 3: Library' 3, 43 Hi-Tri 1. 2, 3. 4: Pep Club 1' Spanish 1 2 Thelma Ola Brooks Quietness is a fine Jewel for a woman Cafeteria help 1 4 H1 Tri 1 2 3 4 Carol Helena Brueaqe-man A friend may well be reckoned the masterpiece of nature Briggle Carlinville High 1 2 Band 3 4 FTA 3 4 Treas urer 4 H1 Tri 3 4 Junior Play 3 Iames Buch Math 2 3 4 Vice President 4 Radio Electronic 4 Secretary Treasurer Science 3 4 Vice President 4 Sound System 1 2 3 Technician 1 2 3 Secretary Treasurer 2 3 Tiger Staff 4 Sports Track 2 3 Vis ual Aids 1 2 Kendrea Lynn Burk Look into her eyes you will see an angel Look a little deeper you will see an imp Kenney 2 and 1 4 Dram ics Ifren ce Pesldent 2 GAA 1 Tl 4 Lam 1 Pep Club 1 Tiger Times 3 4 lean Burnett I lone a Joke o r 1 ri Junior Play 3 Music Listening 1 2 3 4 Office Help cr 4 Pep Club 1 Prom committee 3 Tiger Times 3 4 Thelma Burton Thtre are some -.ilfnt people who are more interestmh-. than the best talkers u-mess F11 X 1 Treasurer 4 fhorus Girls I our ri .1 Pep Clu Spanish 1 2 Linda Cain Great works are performed not by strength but by per QEFXPYHHCE Gr mite y a e eria e ri Spanish 4 Page menty fzue Art g B' . 2, 3. I ' at' 3, 4: ' ch 2. 3. Vi' r 1 . . . I Hi-T ' 1, 2. 3. J I' A Cappella 3, 4: Band 1. 2. 3. 4: Chorus 11 F.T.A. 1. 2. 3. 43 G.A.A. 13 Csirls' AChi 25 H'-T' 1.12, 3. 41 B I . I. -. ' s 3 f .' ll Ph ' 2. 3. 41 Hi-T' 1. 2. 3. 42 !'.A.A. 13 , b 1: 1 ' Cit' 1. 2. 35 C ft " h lp 41 Hi-T ' 42 Iecinnre Cherry was her th Hkllll, of tl uc ou thin 1 ter thers Cippelli 5 usl ess l Vue Preslden Secretary 4 Chorus 1 Class Offlter J Secretary FHA 1 GIFIN Chilli' 2 Handbook committee 3 4 H1 Trl 1 2 3 4 Hometomlm. 2 1 Muwle Lxstenlnf., 2 Offnce helper 3 Student Counc1l2 3 4 Gene Chrldres Lxfe IS just 1 bowl of cherrxes Lrlllczn Chflol1OHS Take from my heart the love of the bedllllflll and you take away all the charms of lnfe Band 1 2 3 Buslness J 4 Cafeteria help 2 3 HlTrl 1 2 3 4 'ViuslcL1sten1ng 1 2 Lonme Clayton A little folly IS desxrable Art 4 Letterman 4 Science 1 2 Track 2 3 4 Page twenty szx Nancy Carter She dances llke an angel orusl 2 4 NIUSIL Lmtemng. 3 4 Pep Club 1 Pnyllrs Cell Grace ls to the body what good Sense ns to the mlnd Phll A 2 Secretary Band 1 2 3 Cheerleader Chorus 1 2 Dramatlcs 4 G A A 4 Hi 2 3 4 Homecoming 4 Junlor Pla Latin l Pep Club 1 Prom commxttee 3 Science 3 T ger Tlmee .5 4 Merry Ann Cerny L!iUF.'llll'lL, brown eyes Business Fd 3 4 Cafeterla h lp 2 4 Ch rus 1 H1Tr11 2 3 4 Office Helper 4 Spamsh 1 2 Carol Churlrczncl There rs nothing lowelner than her smlle slness Fd 3 4 Cafeterla help 2 H1 Trl 1 2 3 Ilbrary 1 Mary Cook The tongue that is the pen of the heart nd 1 2 3 us 1 A A Prom Commxttee 3 Sclence 3 4 Spanish 1 2 LGVIS Coultas Llfe without football IS not llfe Arab Nhsu Lxstemm, 4 Lettermens 2 3 4 Trackl 2 3 4 othalll 2 3 Mane Crab tree Sweet are the thoughts that savor of content the quiet mmd is rxcher than a crown Business Ed 3 4 Cafeterxa h lp 2 4 Chorus 1 2 Tr1 1 3 4 Office help 4 Span sh 1 Donna Dav1s It 15 easier to be vuse for others than for ourselves orus 3 FHA 1 4 Treasur Fl Iudlth Dav1s Klndness IS the golden chain by vshlch SOCl8ly is bound together Judy C eterxa help 2 French 2 3 H1Tr1 1 2 3 4 Lbr 1 2 LOIS Davls She thmks the most important thoughts slness Ed 3 Ch us 2 Nluslc Llstenmg 1 2 Charles Deak The only shots that count are those that hut Chuck AYIZUOD 1 Xluslc Llstenxng 4 Photography 1 Sound System 2 Technxclan 2 Track 1 Helen Dean She thxnks too much such women are dangerous Scltty Rlwrsxrle Ilhnols 1 rl 4 Junxor Pla Suence 3 4 Secretary 4 Tlger Staff 4 Llterary Edltor 4 Lxbrary 4 i' 'UMW Albert Deconcini I take things as they come easy Deak Muslc Listening 4 Royce Dettrner The first thought lS the best Gus Bseball 1 2 3 4 Football 1 Lettermen 1 2 3 4 Manager 1 2 3 4 Student Councll 1 lander D1ckey still tongue maketh a vuse man Technlclan 2 Icmet Lee D1nW1dd1e We are here to help each other to try to make each other happy C eterla help 3 4 Chorus 1 2 3 4 H1 Trl 1 2 3 4 Latm 1 Llbrary 2 3 4 Pep Club 1 Bob Dlppel To the man who hlmself strives earnestly God also lendsahand Dlp A Ca ella 3 4 Basketball 1 2 3 4 Chorus 4 Muslc Llstemng 1 3 4 Spanxsh 1 Track 3 Chorles D1ll9S What a man' Chuck Football 1 2 Music Lxstenlng, 4 Techmclan 4 Track 2 Vlsual Aids 1 2 3 Sue D1ll9S Glve me lots of fun slness Ed 4 FTA 2 GAA 1 Semor Representatlve H Trl 1 2 3 4 E1ou1se Donald A good heart s worth gold Shane Chorusl 2 3 4 H1Tri1 2 34 PepC Page twenty ezght a , . , 2 I V , . , 5 Arr ' ..A ,- af ' , : . , . : '- ' , , , 1 DD V I , , , 1 - 1. 2: Football 1, 2, 3, 4: Astronomy 1. 23 Lettermen 2. 3. L ' ' ' , , : ' : , 4. A . Bu ' . 5 . . . 3 . . . , 2. 3. 4. ' ' 5 i- ' . , , . . . . : '- , , , 1 lub 1. Donald Dorsey NIlSChlxf lurks IH exerx dlmph Don '1seb'1ll I 2 nrus 1 2 Foot 4 Ietterm S 1 PepLlub1 QclenceCll1r rlcrrry Dubelz I im merry '1-. I hear cool music Tiger Times 3 Iomce Durr What' Nl: worry .Im mrus 1 GIFIN 1 P lu mlence 1 benre lr 2 Trexsurer S Pres: dent 4 Tlger Tlmes 3 4 Iuduh Dutton Born mth the glft of laughter Judy 2 Chorus P rem u J Glr s C hour H I A Dowd Eberhorrt So solemn untxl he smiles Dave sketbal11 2 3 4 Baseball 1 2 3 4 Choru Class Offlcer Treasurer 2 Handbook Committee Homecoming Ecort 1 2 4 Lettermens 2 3 4 Vee Presxdent 4 Math 4 Sclence 1 Spanxsh 2 3 Presi dent 3 Student Council 2 3 4 Roy Eberhort vlan of thought and man of actxon Band 1 2 3 4 Treasurer 4 Football 2 3 4 French 2 Lettermens 4 Photography 2 3 4 President 4 Sound System 2 Techmclan 1 2 3 Tig Staff 4 Trger Tlmes 3 Track 1 2 3 Vlsual Aids 2 3 Mmrue Lee Elhs Ilfe ls so gay aeterla 1 Chorus 1 2 Grs Chor 4 Hi r Ronald Enloe And what study hall would you like to be assigned to" Ponme A Cappella 3 4 Art 2 Chorus 2 Dramatlcs 3 4 Sec retary 4 Junlor Play 3 Latm 1 Prom Committee .5 Pep C lub 1 Tlger Staff 2 3 4 Editor 4 Page tu enty mne Ann Foster nd 1 2 3 rus 1 G A A 1 rl Latin 1 2 Llbrary 3 4 Offxce Helper 4 Pep Club 1 Prom Commlttee 3 Tiger Staff 4 Actxvltzes Ianet Frult Blondes prefer Gentlemen Chorus 1 2 Dramatlcs 4 Vlce Pres AA 1 4 Hi Trl 1 2 3 4 Junlor Play 3 Pep Club 1 Prom Commitee 3 Sclence 3 Spanxsh 1 2 Tlger Staff 4 Sales Manager Iohn Frult Happlness comes from strlvmg domg lovmg achxevmg con quering always somethmg posltlve and forceful Baseball 1 Basketball 1 2 3 4 Chorus 1 Class Offlcer 1 Secretary Handbook Commxttee 1 Home coming Escort 4 Math 4 Vlce Pres Spanlsh 1 2 Student Councll 1 Wllrna Futhey Remember this that very little is needed to make a happy e Willie Business Ed 3 Cafeteria Help 4 Chorus 1 2 3 4 Hi Tri 1 2 3 4 Music Listening 4 Page thzrty Kenneth Erb To know how to conceal one s ablllty IS a great skill A Cappella 4 Chorus 2 3 M th 1 2 Nluslt Ilsten mg, 4 Sclente 3 Barbara Fleqenbaum It IS not my talent to conceal my thoughts Barb A 2 Chorusl FTA 4 GAA 2 3 4 G1rlsC r H1 Trl 1 3 4 La 1 Pep Club 1 Prom Com mlttee 3 Sclence 3 Tlger Staff 3 4 Buslness Man ager 4 HGIYIST Fleqenbaurn It s a credlt to any 1,1rl to be neat Art 2 Busmess Ed 4 Vlce Pres 4 Chorus 1 H1 Tu 2 3 4 Vlce Pres 2 Pep Club 1 Txger Tlmes 3 LOIS Flnke The reason I never talk IS I am Ullllklllg great thoughts 3 Chorus 1 2 3 : ' , 3 a , g . J: - rt : 9 . . . : . . . , . : ' hvi 22 'r ' . 2, l 1 UH I I A ' 1, ,:, , ' V: I 3, 'Y " ?4. Art 3 , , , 43 Hi-Tri 1, 2, 3, 4. "So friendly, so sincere." Ba ,,,4:Cho g.,,gHi-T'1,2,3,4: '.: .:G...,2,3, uf " Pot Gcxghcrdo her tongue was the law of kmdneis oru-a 1 2 4 Xiua lletemm., 4 Pep Club 1 Frances Gclbrcnth Those who brmg wunshme to the Inew of othem cannot keep 1! from themselyee I-ran rs fhmr 4 H1 1 4 X1us1c L temng. 2 '3 T1p.er Tlmes 4 4 Ehzubeth Gcxllmu She was born to be happy L z -nnese Fd 3 4 Chorua 1 2 3 4 F 1 H1 r1 2 3 1 Jumor Play 3 N1us1c I1sten1n Pep Club 1 Prom tommlteei Iocmn Goertz One great use of words IS to h1de our thoughts Ca eteria Help 1 Chorus 1 FHA 1 2 3 4 Publlc R 'ltions 2 Song Leader 4 GAA 1 2 3 4 G1rls Club 1 Prom Commltee 3 M1ke Gower Rest I-1 not ldleneai nd 1 2 3 4 Football 1 2 3 Sounl Syst m 2 3 Tethnitlani 2 3 4 Track 3 Vlaual Aids 2 Ruth Guse-Welle To 1Aorsh1p to comprehend to receive to feel to gwe to act thm is our law our duty our happ1ness our heaven H1 Tri 1 2 3 4 Latin 1 Music L1sten1ng 2 5-meme Pct Hockethcl Pm-rs11a'-11on ups her tongue when ere -he talks UNIIDP'-IN .1 e er1a e C A A Trl J 4 Pep Llu Harold Hancock The greatest pleasure in l1fe IS domg what people Gay you cannot Handy A Cappella 2 3 4 Pres1dent 4 Art 2 Ay1at1on 1 2 3 President 3 Basketball 1 Chorus 1 Dramaucs 4 Football 2 3 4 Leltermens 4 Sc1ence 1 3 Txger T1mes 3 4 News Fdltor 3 Sports Ed1tor 4 Tratk ..In , 1 , k Ch . . . 3: F,H.A. 1, 2: Hi-Tri 1. 2, 3. 3 . .ic Gi l, T ' -3 '-Tr' 2. 3. 3 . 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Ed. 4: f"ft ' H lp 1, 2: 3. . , 41Hl+ 1, 2, ', 1 ' D 1. 1, 2, 3, -1, ' A A 4 ' l ' Wllllam Hanks Football 'lblllty unllmlted Woolly aeterll He-I1 I ootbl lettsrme s uk 2 Donna Harmenmq X1 1tl1 A song ln her helrt orus 1 s o 4 H1 su st ln r lub 1 Spans f S Darrell Hams Tlll surtst way not to Itul 18 to determine to succeed I-uz asketball 1 asehall 1 3 4 lross Lounr o 1 ermen s 2 Setremry Tre ls 2 loyce Harms There as no substltute for hard work orus 1 2 Nluslc Llstenmg 4 Pep Club 1 Prom Commlttee 3 Science 3 Tu-:er Tlmes 3 4 Lloyd Harms Strlctly ln the Groove Bird orus 1 2 I Football 4 Letttrmens .5 4 Trac 3 -l Vkrestllm. 4 Davld Hart Athletes are not math hy mere lY'lS1F1llllUH Dxve Ar 2 Astronzrny 1 Basketball 1 2 3 4 Chorus 1 Class Officer Treasurer 1 Cross Country 2 3 4 Spanlsh 3 ale Haywood Youth IS the opportunity to do something and become somethmg Hays Basketball 1 2 3 4 Chorus 1 Class Officer 3 Presi dent Cross Country 2 3 4 Homecoming Escort 3 4 Math 2 3 Science 3 Iames Hazzard Work faclnates me I watch it for hours A Cappella 3 4 Astronomy 1 Chorus 1 2, Spanish 2, 3 4 C' f 'z . 23 F :ll 2. Ii, 43 . 1 n'.' 3. 43 Tr: ' '. 3. Uh J 1 Glrlf Ph lr 2, 3. -13 G,A.A. l. 2, 3, 3 '-Tri 1, 2. 3. 43 Mus' I.i.'t -n' g 3, 43 Peg K' 5 S ' i.:h l, 23 Tiger Stuff -1. A Is. B' J ' . 2: B' .' . 2, ' . 3 3 ' t y 2, 3, 4, Fo ttall 11 Lett 'Q . 3, 41 Math 1, 2, 4, Ch - . . 3: G.A.A. 1, 2. 3: Hi-Tri 1, 2-. 3, 4: Ch , , . Ii. - Q ' 3 ' ', Q k V- ' I I . J ' - - 1 1 C I ludrlh Heller A smlle for euryone Judy and 1 A L erm 1 nrus ass Offlser I 1 etary A A President 4 Junmr Play 3 Ia! 1 Nlusle Llstenlnn., e 1 u 1 Tnger T mes Tlger b a 0 Picture Fdrtur Robert Hellrunq Probably he who nexer' made a mwtake newer made a dlsunerx Hrehcrd Hess Life IS really sxmple but men msnst un making, vom pllcated Rich Art 4 Spamsh 2 Ienetle Heuer Tls a sure sxgn work goes on merrlly when folks sung a lt A Cappella 3 4 V1ce Preqldent 4 Busmess Ed 3 Chorus 1 Class Offlcer Vxce Presldent 4 Gxrls Choir Fl 2 3 4 Secretary Treasurer 3 MUSIC Listening 1 2 Warren Hollmcrm I newer met a man I dnln t luke Kay Hotz Tlune eyes are like the deep blue boundless heavens 2 orus 1 Trl 1 Llbrar 4 Pep Club 1 Prom Commlttee 3 Tlger Staff 4 rlubs loam e Howells Speerh ls the index of the mlnd ll Hi-Tri 1. 2. 3. -4. Marlene Howerlon "The hes! of life is rrrmversatinnf' Chorus 1. 2. 33 Business Ed. 3, 43 F.H.A. 1, 23 I-Ii-Tri 1. 2, 3. 4: Offir-e Help 4. Page thirtyethree Iohn Koiys "No one knows what he can :lo until he tries." A Cappella 2, 3, Treasurer 33 Baseball 1. 2, Dram- atics 3, 43 Football 1, 2, 3,43 Handbook Committee 3: Junior Pay 35 Latin 13 Lettermen's 2. 3, 45 Photography 1, 23 Prom Committee 2, 3, Stuilent Council 2, 3, 4. President 4. Nancy Kelly "A ready laugh." Chorus 1, 2, 3. 43 F.H,A. 1, 2, 3, 4: G.A.A. 13 Hi-Tri 1, 2, 3, 45 Tiger Times 3, 4. ludith Ann Kidd "It is no disgrace to be small but a mite inconvenient." ..-Iudyn A Cappella 49 Cafeteria Help 25 Chorus 3: G.A.A. 13 Hi-Tri 1, 2. 3. 4: Library 1, 25 Music Listening 1, 23 Tiger Times 3. Darlene Koenig "Always so thoughtful." Troy, Illinois 1, 2, 33 Business Ed. 4, Hi-Tri 49 Tiger Staff 4, Ads. Page thirty-four Phyllis Hughes "A smile is the golden rule of enjoyment." Midland. Mich.: Business Ed. 3, 4, Cafeteria Help 2: Hi-Tri 2. 3, 4, Doro Icxyne Hutton "All that I ask is love." A Cappella 3. ,ig Art 2g Band 1, 25 Cheerleader 1, 3, -ig Cho.-us 13 Class Officer, Secretary 13 Dramatics 4: C.A,A. 1. 2. 3, 43 Girls Choir 23 H1-Tri 1, 2, 3, 43 Honiecomim.: 3, 4: Junior Play 33 Latin 11 Pep Club 11 Prom Cnniinittee 3: Science 3. Ierry Iohnson "Blond good looks." Basketball 1. 2. 3, 43 Class Officer 2. President: Football 1. 2. 3, -i3 Golf l, 2. 33 Homecoming 1, 2. 4: Latin lg Letti-rmen's 43 Math 2, Musiie Listening 4 Sound System 33 Science 33 Student Counril l, 25 Tech nicizin li. i. Dennis Kaufmann "Why worry? Tomorrow is another day." "Menace" Astronomy 15 Cross Country 31 Track 33 Visual Aids 2 Franklin Kovarik "I can be serious. but I'd rather be gay." "Pancho" Science 2. 3. Treasurer 3g Radio Electronics 4g Sound System 23 Technician 2: Visual Aids 1. 2, 3, 4. Barbara Kraft "How much lies in laughter." "Bobbie" Chorus 13 Girls' Choir 23 Hi-Trl 1. 2. 3. 43 F.H.A. 1, 2. 3. 4: Tiger Times 3, 4, Beverly Kraft Happiness depends less on exterior tliim.,s than most suppose Beve Chorus 3 FHA G C H 3 4 Latin 1 Tom Kraft Easy to get along with Capp lla 4 lation 1 3 4 Foot a Science 4 Richard Krelschrner He has a wish to do a will to try the ability for suc CCSS Ritch A 2 Chorus 1 2 F T A 2 'Z 4 Treasurer 3 Pres ident 4 Library 1 Tiger Staff 4 Art Editor Tiger Times Sandra Kay Kroeqer Small girl with a big heart Shorty orus 1 2 3 H 2 3 4 Niusic Listening My rna Kruckeburq There is tredit in having fun siness Ed 3 4 ri 4 Nlusc Listen ing 2 Office Help 4 Ianet Kubicek Beware of her fair hair for she excells all women 1 the magic of her locks Kubi G A A .3 4 Girls Choir 2 J A Cappella 4 Cafeteria p ri i rary 4 Pres dent 4 Latin 2 Pep Club 1 Prom Committee 3 Tiger Times 3 4 N W-fav Roberl Kyra Vxruty ls the splne of llfe Davld Lagernann Calm d6l9l"l'YllHdtlUll and sureness of purpose -17.14112 5 1 Math 4 Trac Allred Landers All th1m.,'- require sl-ull but an appetlte s ronomy 1 2 B1-. etbill 2 5 Cross Counr o J Tr Ronald Wayne Len I shall monqueor more ln power than by reason Ronnie oru'-. 1 oo ax Le ermen 1 Larry Lerch H1-. vms the liughter that shook the rafters utxon 1 4 Chorus 1 Junior Play 3 Librar eme 3 nluun 1 4 3 4 T mms l Weoo Lewrs Study n'1ture is the countenance of God Cafeterla Help 2 3 Lroee Country 3 4 Football 1 2 r.-nry 1 2 Science Sound System 1 2 3 Student Council 1 2 3 4 Technician 1 2 3 4 Vice Presldent 2 Preqldent 34 Tack 1 2 3 4 Vlsul s 1 2 3 lalnes Love He ran his fmgere over the xvory keys .hm A Cappella 3 4 Art 2 Band 1 2 3 4 Vice Pr dent 4 Dramatlcs 4 Junior Play 3 'VIath 1 Pep Clubl Ronald Lovsey To climb steep hills requires a slow pace at first Prom committee 3 Ba." ' . Z. -lg F.F.A. 3 Z k 1. Ast ' . 3 ask z 1, . 1 3 , , t y 1. 2. 3: Fo tlall l, 23 Latin 1. 2: ack 1. 2. Y '7 Uh .' 3 F tl: ll 1, 2. 3, 43 lt, '. 2, 3. 43 Spanish Il, -lg Truck 2, 3, -l. Av'z ' . : ' J 3 'g y 1: Sci 7 '. -lp Tech . 3g Tennis 1. 2, . 3 iger Ti 1. 4. V 1 . Lib' ' , . ag' " - 41 ' ' . , .' 4f ' . l l , lg r , l, Y: l a Aid , . , 4. . Q 7 . . . . esi- Mcxrinci Lucco "Nothing great was ever achieved without enthusiasm." "Lush" Band 1. 2. 3: Cheerleader 1. 3. 43 Dramatics 3. 4. President 43 G.A.A. 1. 2. 3. 45 Hi-Tri 1. 2, 3. 4. President 1. Vice President 43 Homecoming: 1, 4. Queen -13 Junior Play 3: Pep Club 13 Prom Committee 3: Spanish 1. 2. Secreiary 25 Tiger Times 3, 4. Bill Mcxqruder "Dare to be different " Kciy Mciieykcl "I knew you by your eyes." Business Ed. 3. 43 F.H.A. 13 Girls' Choir 3. 43 Hi-Tri 1. 2. 3, 4: Junior Play 3: Music Listening 23 Pep Club 13 Tiger Times 3. 4. Bob McE1wcrin "The rule of my life is to make business a pleasure and pleasure my business." A Cappella 3. 45 Music Listening 3. 45 Sound System 1. 2, 3. 45 Technician 1, 2, 3. 4. Vice President 4. President 2. 33 Track 35 Visual Aids 1, 2. 3. Lols Moore Frxendshlp IS the hlghest degree of perfectxon ln our soclety orus 1 2 GAA 1 2 3 4 Lxbra 2 3 4 Vxce President 4 Office Help 3 4 Pep Club 1 Prom Commzttee 3 Donald Morton All men mean well Don Football manager 1 2 3 4 Lettermens 3 4 Pep Club 1 Prom Committee 3 Track 2 3 Nancy Mueller A little nonsense now and then is necessary Nance B slness Ed 4 FT A 1 G 4 H1 2 3 4 President 3 Of Prom Committee 3 Help 3 Pep Club 1 B111 Mugler Time rlpens all things No man is born wlse A 1, 2 3, Page thzrty ezght Betty Mlchel 1s well to thmk well xt is Divlne to act well orusl 2 A 4 H1 I 2 3 4 Lat oryne M1ller The soul of a man xs his clothes Band 1 2 3 4 Football 1 Junlor Play 3 Latxn 1 2 ath 4 Pep Club 1 ence 3 enms 1 Tiger Times 3 4 Mcrunce MIXOH 'VIy dancing days are never done ' Spider Aviation 1 2 3 Basketb'1ll2 Football 2 3 4 Letter mens2 3 4 Track 1 2 3 4 Wresthng 4 Robert Modene He had a heart to resolve a head to tontrlve and a hand to execute any mlschlef Bob nn , - . :V . - , Ch , I F.T. . 4: G,A.A. 1, 2, 3. 1 '-Tr' 1, , , 3 in2. M gsm' pT".2,3,'42 . . 1 I Aviation 13 Chorus 1. l - l Ch , : . . . , 21Hi,Tl'i1, , , 5 ' ry 1, , , , ' ' 2 A , Z U - Z . - . : .A.A. 1, 2. 3, 3 '-Tri 1, . . ,D : flce 3 3 F.F. . , 4, I Donna Neuhaus Sweet are the thoughts that savor of content the qulet mmd is richer than a crown Donnie AA rs ovr H1 Fl 3 4 MUSIC Liste 4 Pep Clum Vernon Neuhaus Dont rush me Lirls Dave N1chols Even good men llke to malfc the public stare Nick Baseball 1 2 Basketball 1 2 3 4 Math 1 2 Mu lc Listening 3 4 Science 3 Sound System 3 4 Tech nlclan 3 4 Iohnnle N1cho1s Art 1 Wrestllng 4 Gayle N1COlUSS1 Pep is her mlrlrlle name A 1 Kenneth Nobbe Silence IS often more eloquent than words A 3 Garland Noll Better the devil s than a woman s slave Buddy Aviation 1 Baseball 1 2 3 4 Basketball 1 2 Foot ball 1 2 3 4 Lettermens 3 4 President 4 Ioe O Dell Shyness is deceixmg Avlatlon 1 3 4 Secretary Treasurer 4 Band 1 2 3 4 Basketball 2 Cross Country 4 Lettermens 4 Science 3 4 Tiger Staff 4 Ads Track 1 2 3 -1 G. , . 1. 23 Gi L' Ch ' 2, 3.4p F,H,A. 2: '-T' 1. 2, , 3 1 I '. ning 3. 3 l 1. - C V V - i - I S "I say just what I think, nothing more, nothing less." G.A. . ,2, 3:Hl-Trl1, 2.3, 4. F.F. . , 4. , Nancy Ostendorf A smlle of hers was llke and act of God 1 BnessEd3 Crus12I-I Suarn Page The soul ever yearns to be dolng something A Cappella 3 4 Band 1 2 3 4 French 4 Presldent rls Choir 2 H1Tr11 2 3 4 Jumor Play 3 La 1 2 Presxdent 2 Vluslc Lxstemng, 4 Pep Club 1 Prom Commmttee 3 Sclence 3 Tom Parker Talent IS that whlch IS vuthm one s povuer Cappella 2 3 4 AVlZitlUh 1 Band 1 2 3 4 Pr ent 4 Chorus 1 Football 2 Music l1sten1nL 1 2 3 4 Vice Presldent 4 Sound System 1 Tesh Phyllls Peradotil Knowledge comes but wxsdom llngers Phyl orus 1 2 rn 4 V Presldent 4 Offlce Help 4 Pep Club 1 Helen Phllhps So many books thou readest 1 rus 1 r ch 2 1 Fl Prom Committee 3 Elalne Pour Lxfe is a long lesson in humlhty uslness Ed 3 orus Music Listening 1 2 Earl Powell A little learning is a dangerous thing Art 4 Football 1 2 Spanish 1 2 Track 1 2 Wrestl lng4 Kexth Probst Thinking is but an ldle waste of time Chorus 1 Football 1 Muslc LlSt9l'lll'lg 4 SCICDCE 1 2 3 Track 1, 3 1 Art . 2, usi , . 4g ho . 3 i-Tri 1. 2, 3, 4. Gi" ' '1"' ' .A .l I 3' ' I' 2 -Url A , . 3 ' ' : , . , . esi- d 2 . : 1, : . -' ' ' nlicialn 41 Y y A ' Ch . , , 3: F.H.A. 13 Hi-T ' 1. 2, 3, . ice Art , 43 Cho , 45 F en 3 H'-T ' 1, 2. 3, 4: B . . , 41 cn 1. 2, Hi-Tri 1, 2, 3, 4g ,erry Prusa Vlhw take llfe Sermuzls' lvlar ene Pulllarn All grand thoughts tome from the heart pelli Qlners 4 ietre ars tlaes ner 5 'ite reeldent Chorus 1 2 Trl 1 1 President 2 Council Free 1 Jun 0 as 3 nut zs umm. P 1 K lub 1 Prfrn Com tee S T er aff t0P1ctur lull H Sue Pyl 'Nature mtlnt woman tn he her misterpxele SUSIE nd 1 2 slness 0 us r Q orus J ttretar r Nluxlt LISMHIHL 1 leabelle Rasphca wru stop to be klncl you mu'-t wwerxe often frnm your path orus 1 H1 Tl La Sue Charles Reagan Every man muqt get to heaven ln his ovsn may Chuck Art 1 Spanish 1 2 Trackl 2 Dale Belang Every mth a klng' Ba lictball 1 Cros Fountry 1 I' I' A 1 Lettermens 1 Darlene Renken "Concentrated energy." orus 1. 3 '. . . I. ..'er're y 5 '- i .'. I, ,. usir- ,is anim: I3 - Tl n 1 T" r Sa Ronald Riggs " p aut is 1-:lxyg to think is har ,.HUn.. M Band 1, 23 lfootluall 1. 2. 3. 4: Latin 1: I.ettermen's 4: ath 1: Musit' Listenim: 4: Science 1: Sound SYSIGDI 1. 3. 43 Tec-hnivian 1. 3. -lg Travk 3. Page forty-one Ictmes Robmson The car s the thlng Avlatmn 1 2 4 Treasurer 4 Band 1 2 Visual Aids 3 Phdhp Roblnson Patxence IS the companion of wlsdom Duke A latlon 1 5 4 Cross Country 3 4 Lettermen 4 Track 2 3 4 Shan Roblnson Laugh and the world laughs vuth you Art 2 Band 1 2 Cheerleader 2 Dramatxcs 4 French reasurer GAA 1 2 Trl 1 4 Math Offxce Help 4 Pep Club 1 Student Council 1 2 Sh1r1ey Romehn Llfe xs like music it must be composed by ear feeling and instinct not by rule Band 1 2 3 orus 1 2 Page forty two Ie-an Rmqermq Niany jobs and all well done C eterla Help 3 4 Chorus 1 H1 Trl 1 2 3 4 Glenn Pnnkel We do not want hum any longer he IS long enough Chorus 1 2 Math 1 2 Scxence 3 4 Kathy Roberts Joking and humor are pleasant Normal Community High 1 A Cappella 3 4 Chorus 2 A A 2 1 4 Latin 2 Llbrar Science 3 Tlger Tlmes 3 4 Tiger Staff 4 Ads af' tl G... .3.4:Hi-Tr'2.'3,g y4 2 'W V l l I v" tl : 2.T' :'.'..,.Hi-".2,:' 1: ,..4g Ch ,,3gF.H.A.1,2,3,4. Ioe Roller The guy vsho get-4 the Job done vsell Buddy Ar 2 .3 Pror..ram 'Z Basketball 1 Chrrua 1 Cass. xcer 4 Treasurer Fntball 2 L tm 2 3 'slusc LISIQHIUL. 4 Presldent Pep Cllh 1 Plxalfrgraphx 1 Sclence 1 Qound System 1 Tschmuan 1 2 Tennis 3 1 xlSU'll Ald Franc1s ROZYCkl There IS no time hke the present Sharon Sasek Wlthout muslc lmfe would be a mlstake appella 4 Chorus 1 FH A 1 2 3 4 Plams Glr Choir 2 I- T1 2 .3 4 Offxee H 4 Pep Club 1 Txger Tlmes 3 Audrey Schaake True happmess consists not ln the multxtude of frxends but m the worth and ChOlC8 Busmess Ed 3 4 Chorus 2 3 H1 Trl 1 2 3 4 'MUSIC Llstenmg 1 2 Gerald Schaefer He -:peaketh not and yet there hes a eonversutlon Jn his eyes Cafete la Help 1 Cross Country 3 Track 3 Verna Schaefer Happmess and laughter are the mam spokes of her vshecl of l1fe Band 1 2 3 Busmess Ed 3 Glrls Choxr 2 3 Secre 3 ry 2 H Trl 2 Pro'n Commlttee 3 Kenneth Sche1ha1 I I re t I ru t Baseball 2 3 4 lean Mane Snhrnld Hxtch your va on to a star Jeanme X' 1 Cl 1 Listening 3 4 4 Latln 1 'Nluszc Lxsten ng 4 Niusc t . '. ' .1 , ' 3 , f . 3 ,l .. Off' . , g -. 1 a' , 3 1 ,i 'A ' ' , ,V I l .Z ' ,' I 2. .eg ': t ' s lr A ' ' I A A C : : . , .,.,. ' lt 2, 3. 45 A ls ' , 33 Ii- r' 1, . '. 3 " elp ta 5' 'i- " 1, 2, . .3 v ' 5 5 1 " u' L - " f 5. s ,.Cy., J .t 2' ,vnrue 1. 2, 3. 4: IIi Tri 1. 2. 3. : - i Robert Schnelder My heart wlll never grieve for school lNlnky Baseball 2 3 4 Football 3 Eldon Schober He who does his best does well Band 1 F F A 1 2 3 4 Treasurer 3 Secretary 4 Carolyn Schroeder Our whole life lS llke a play u ness Ed 3 Dramatlcs 4 GAA 1 2 3 4 V e President 4 Glrls Cholr 3 4 Vice President 3 President Tl 4 Junlor Pla 3 Spanx Student Councxl 2 3 4 Iudy Schcxlb Graceful capable hands 3 4 Music Llstening 4 Offlce Help 4 Spanish 2 Ken Schworlzkopf Some folks are WISE and some are otherwise Spanish 1 2 WIIIIOIH Sedlocek He ls a different type of fellow but the type ls to our liking B11 Astronomy 1 Library 1 2 Science 3 4 Tiger Tlmes Icxmes Sharp Destlny ls always hidden Band 1 2 3 4 Latin 1 Spanlsh4 Sondra Slclener A small volce is better than a great echo Sandy Chorus 1 Girls Choir 2 3 A Cappella Cholr 4 FHA 1 2 3 4 Treasurer 1 HlTrl1 2 3 4 Pep Club Tlger Times 4 B sl . : - ' 3 . . . . , , , ic 41 Hl-T' H. 2, 3, g V I y : "sh 1, 2g Business Ed, 3: G.A.A. 13 Girls' Choir 23 Hl-Trl 1, 2, 'V I ' '- 2 ' I - 3- .. .lu 3' 4' , . . - . Marilyn Sherfy "Better late than never." Cafeteria Help 3. 43 Chorus 1. 33 Girls' Choir 2: Hi-Tri . 3. 4' Libra . . Margaret Slmmons shall wear my heart upon my sleeve Cafeterla Help 2 3 H1 Trl 1 2 3 4 Marcella Skaqqs In quletness and confndence shall he your strength sxness Fd 3 Chorus 1 2 1 H r 1 2 3 4 Music' L1-.tenlng 4 Merle Stahlhul Moderate measures succeed best 1- FA 1 2 3 4 Secretary 3 Vice President 4 Kate Stme Beware of her fair red hair nd 1 2 3 ess Ed 3 Trl 1 2 4 Latin 1 2 Tiger Tim s Glorla Stoces Love all trust a few do vsmng to no one orus 1 2 H1Tr1 1 2 3 4 Muslc Lxstemng 1 Io Ann Strasen She has tongue at vslll yet ns never loud 0 orus 2 Hi'1'r11 2 3 4 Lxbrary 2 Spanis Carol Stunkel She gives us fun and laughter orusl 2 GA A ess Fd Library .5 4 MUSIC Lmtemnk: 1 2 Offxte Help 4 Prom Committee 3 Page forty fn e 1 2. , ry2 3. 4 nl , Buf . . 'Vg 4 . . 3, 43 C.A.A. lg I-'I'l Ba , . , 45 Busin . . 45 G.A.A. 1, 2, 3, 43 Hi- . . 3. 2 . I ' e 3. 4. Ch . . L '- ' , . '. I ' ' ' ,2, 4nJ vu D V I I Ch 1 - ' , . . 2 ' : 'h 1. - V Ch . 3 , , . 15 Busin : . . 43 I-Ii-Tri 1, 2. 3. ,Q 4: 1 ' , 5 '- 3. , my , Q xv f 5 xx J J N 352 ' A fl , bi Denrus Tudor Money was made for th free h a ted and tene ous Astronomy 1 Chorus 1 2 4 Photography 1 Prom Betty Turner Be cxvll to all soclable to many famlllar vu th few 4 H1 T11 1 Gerald Uhe A nlckname IS th heaviest stone that the devil can throw at a man Jerry Baseball 1 2 3 4 Baskltball 1 2 3 4 Cross Country 2 3 4 Latinl 2 Math 3 4 SeCretary3 Ieanette Ulrey Actions speak louder than words Business Ed 3 4 chorus 1 FHA 1 G.rls Choir 2 3 H1Tn 1 Page forty szx larry Thomas A vuse man w1ll make more opportunity than he finds Solen c 4 Lawrence Thompson Good grief' All my lessons to get for tomorrow Larry Art 4 Ianet Townzen What a thmg friendshlp IS world wlthout end smess Fd 2 3 4 Chorus 1 Glrls Cholr 2 3 Trl 1 2 3 1l11am Tro1ahn Fx ery noble work rs at flrst lmposslble B11 " Bui l. . . : 5 ' ' ' , . Hi- ' , , ,4. l. .1 Committee 3g'VisualAids'3,4. ' ' Art Q 1 -' , 2, 3. 4. H nv l Z ' '..2',3,,4. , I. . I V1ClOf Unterbrmk A man of courage never needs weapons V c A 1 bam Vcxdcrlbe-ne He who mxented work should have finished it A 4 Chorus 1 2 3 Dwcme Vcm Hooser Xhn llke bullets no farthest when they are smoothest Astronomy 1 Chorus 1 2 Class President 4 Tech 'uuan 2 Tlf-,CF Tlmes 3 4 Math 4 Prom Committee Spanish 1 2 3 Tenms 1 2 3 Pcrtr1c1c1 Ve-mc1tt1 Full of gum and gxggles Patti Band 4 Cheerleader 1 Chorus 1 Girls Choir 2 HI Trl 1 2 3 4 Secretary 2 Music Listening 3 Tiger Times Bczrbctrcr Wcrdlow Bobbie slness Ed 3 4 Chorus 2 GAA 2 4 H1 1 2 3 4 Llbrary 1 2 Secretary 2 Office Help 3 Prom Committee 3 Tiger Times 3 4 Mcxrlm Wcrqner I go by the lavw of conselvatlon of energy Prom Commxttee 3 Scxence 4 Sandra Wcrltenbcxuqh dellcate with her needle orus 1 2 2 3 4 Vlce Presiden Pres1dent4 Lcrrry Wcshmqton Happy IS he who knows his follies in his youth Basketball 1 2 3 4 Band 1 vii fi 1 'buff .. in F F. . . 2. 3. ' rt 5 , . . . . 3: " . , 5 " .', ,4. ' "Oh I am engaged to be married now." Bu.' , , 5 3 . . . , 3, g A-Tri , . , I ' V l I . 42 2 ' V - 'u H USO - ,- Ch , , 41 F.H.A. 1, , . , ' t 3, 1 , 2 f lane Waterfall The gentle maid by gentle deeds ls known orus 1 2 H1 Trl 1 L 4 Xiu Llstenlnf.. 3 Pep Club 1 Tiger staff 4 Classes Mary Ellen 'Watsek Never trouble trouble tzll trouble troubles you nd 1 Chorus 1 2 GA A 3 4 Gxrls C 2 3 4 Llb ar .3 4 Nluslc LISICD n 2 Offlce Help 3 Pep Club 1 Spamsh 1 Tlger Times Sharon Webb Where there s muslc there cant be mnschxef Chorus 1 A Cappella Cholr 2 .3 4 Secretary 3 Treas urtr 4 1 A A 1 4 'klusxc urer 4 Class Vxce Presldent 2 Pep Club 1 Spamsh ittdent Councnl 1 2 3 4 Tiger itaff 4 lanet Wehmeyer The great end of hfe IS not knowledge but vusdom Chorus 1 A Cappella Choir 2 3 4 F T A 3 4 H1 Trl 2 3 4 Musrc Llstemn 2 Latm 1 Prom Com mlttee .5 Tlger Staff 4 Ad Manager Edward W1eqancl By the work one knows the worker Bunker Hxll Ilhnols 1 spanish 2 French 4 Radro Flectromcs 4 Vlsual A1ds 3 4 Ierry Weller I have no secret of success but hlrd work Astronomy 1 Football 2 3 1 Lettermens 3 4 Tiger Tlmes3 Track 1 2 J 4 Bobby Whtte An able man on the basketball court Cross Country 2 3 Basketball 1 2 3 4 Lettermens 2 3 4 Track 2 3 An1ta Wluted She wears a crown of spun gold Busmess Ed 3 4 Treasurer 3 President 4 Chorus 1 2 3 President 1 GAA 1 2 3 4 Library 1 2 3 4 Hi'lr1 1 2 3 4 Secretary 1 'lreasurer 4 Prom Committee 3 Ch . , 5 '- ' , 2. 3, 43 ibrnry 1, 2. 5 . sic Ba 1 . 3 . , . 1. 2. . 5 ' ' hoir 3. 43 Hi-Tri 1, , , 3 ' r y ', 3 . .A i g 3,' 4. ' ' V ' A - L, if. . 1. 2, 3. 4g 'uilrri H, 2, 3, 'g . 1- Listening 2, 3. 4. Vice President 3, Secretary-'l'reas- lg . 1' 4 U ' . .A . 3 "' . ' , Alds. V 1g p ' 'gl :Y l' 'mc' V V - DGV1d Wxeduwllt ls lt a sm for me to slt and grin" Needy l3ll0l'l 1 2 3 1 A Cappella Cholr 4 Chorus 1 2 Track 3 4 Carol Wllcox Genlusei have the shortest biographies orusl 3 Girls r H T 1 4 x1ll5lC' Lis HIL 3 4 Spamsh 1 Carrol W11dmcn Mysterious dark eyes which flash like sparks The Vhld Van Art 2 Presnlent 2 Dramatxcs 3 4 Treasurer 4 Foot b ll 2 3 4 Handbook 2 4 Art Editor 4 Homecom mf., 3 4 Royal I-scort 4 Lettermen s 3 4 Secretary 4 udent Cuunul 1 2 3 4 ack 1 4 Vis Allis 1 Iudy Wxlhcxrm Somethmg attempted somethmg done Jud C orus 1 GAA 1 2 3 4 Secretary 4 Library 2 3 4 Vlce President 3 H1 Tri 1 2 3 4 Txeasurer Latm 1 Homecomlng 4 Office Help 3 4 Cheerlead er 4 ,li 11? Iudy W1tsch1e Life ls not llfe at all without delight -4. 0rus1.2.33 '-'i,,',4gF... 1. 2. 3. 4. Charles Wynne "Knowledge is power." Spanish 23 Track 33 Football 1. 2, 3. 4. Kent Zimmerman "Tennis is my racket." Library 1. 2: Tiger Times 3. 43 Technician 2. 33 Avia- tion 4g Science 3. 43 Sound System 2, 35 Baseball 1: Tennis 2. 3. 43 I.ettermen's 4. Page forty-nine Junior Class Page fifty Judy Allnl Mary .-Xltefmzl Shelby Andrews Betty Ashauer George Ashzxuer .Indy Ashziuer Guy Alun Lzuldie- Aulzrecht llnle Bavll Ulnrk Baker .Ioan Barnes Luis Becker Jnhn Benner lmle Bernhardt Ronald Betts Nunvy Blackmore .lnhn Blixen Nnra Buccnlenni Shirley Bourgeois Ronnie Bupp 4 we Jl NIOR CL-XSS 01- I IFE RS larry Fennel Andx Nlyers J vul Jumx Nuke Ir-ter-nn ff. 'K' 1 .... nv .4-,N Q . -.3 Q. '. .-an 4'-1 A' , 'JA ' sun- Z.. ,,.. A' ua... me K 'Lv of I -.rv X , bn' M F' L1 -i .Pg A Wear Wayne Braasch Mary Lee Bradford LaVerne Branding Pat Beckmann Tom Bourgeois Jeanette Brakhane Charles Bratten Donna Brockmeier Sue Ann Brnckmeier Jay Buchta Janice Bultman Bill Burlan Mary Jane Burnham Jim Burns Dave Carnaghi Dick Carter Mary Lee Carter Kay Cassens Norma Cooper Georgia Corlew Carol Dippel David Domanowski Tom Dunlap Delores Erspamer Carl Farmer Larry Fencel Lois Finke Edward Forguson Nellie Fox Gene Franke Donna Frasier Andrea Gerard Nancy Giacomelli Marie Going Rhoda Green Gary Gueliiner Walter Guller Arlene Gusewelle Gloria Gusewelle Judith Guthrie Q' f, ' , ' Q 'CP 6 'A C -4 ' ff' 'I' l -U-0 Q ff. . 1 y C , 1, . wif' rl x A HV, h N N f ' ' Q. f 5- --X 1- I is pi sr ' .sw l E . 9' A ...,. 15 ' 'N - - ic, - 3 I Q- KA! ri L ij-M 1 I , ,IJ -I Ja, 1 ' 4-HM, 7 '3 ,f,,g, v V ,,1f1f,., w 33:52-f 1 A A 'K 3 t i' 4 A x lx ! 'H nv "ku x '- lf- . 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A , X ig sie R 1 2 3 iff J he 'B Q An I Au. uu- ,.,, , "-4 " ' Johnnie Hairston Teresa Hammond Terry Handshy Sherry Hansen :X3K,qw?kl 'Q ,X John llarhisun i Lois Harmon Louise Harmon K Marcia Harting Anne Hartley ' George Hartnagel -.yr ' " f Elizabeth Hazel A my Delores Head I if ' ' John Heffernan ' Virgil Hollinger Verna Hellman Q Bill Hellrung 5, x Calvin Hellrung Darlene Helmlch Elaine Helmkamp ' 1,1-slie Helmkamp .,.1 4-.L - .Alfa it Mickey Henry N Clem Hess .1 " 1 Ronnie Hiuhlnnmier 2 A Q V, V Vernon Hilla -- UU :git H :T V t- AQ' T David Huffman ' 'j- ' A 2 , I ,..., . gm 14. , if 5 lf., . :I uf it ,, . KJ . , , N . ,W , , . A ': G' V . , ' ? sk . A, in . ,K ' J'-f ' , 'i A x . i Sarah Hurstman Stephen Horslman '- A .3-1. mm' Ray Hnstu 'Y 5 4 Bill Huulia L ,," A 5, 3 Margie Jnrksun 'V - . E5 " .Q - --ri, f J H .J 3, V.. ll L' Q' ' 4,-. ,LZ Y M Z, J - Al., W X . , i W, ' , f ' ' 'tyf Q main fi :XX 'fx ,Q 'Io .7 . , '- X xi 'Q .i , i - 1... 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A ii -: 11 41""'P A, 'zzz' l is Andi Myers Judy Neidhardt Nelson Nolte Karen O'Connell David Peterson Mike Peterson Richard Pinkas Parker Powell Larry Primas Joseph Primrose Nelson Pyle Donald Riplinger Betty Ruemmler Barbara Russell Judy Richardson Bernard Ringering Jerry St, John John Sannes Ronnie Schaake Elizabeth Schafer f .ci ' 1 if f fr ,,,, mm 995 6' . . 'F ' . rv D , ,. ,, 2' Peggy Stanrlefer Roberta Stein Ray Stelnmeycr Carol Stolze Delorew Stmsen Prnle Qtrlmklanrl Jerry Strom., Donna Suhre Larry Suhre Larry Szegedy uarulyn Tulhert 'VIax1ne Tlul Jim Thomai Leroy Thomas Marion Treet Dee Trowbridge Davld Tudor Susle Turner .Iurly Unterbrlnk Nlike Urban Gene Vanek Warrlell Vaughn Raymond Vleth Allan Wall lu Katle Wallace berry Webb Terry Weller Jerry Wells Ed Wentz David West Joyce West Wayne Wildgrube Arlene Yelllmp., John Young. Jerome Zeluset 1' aye Zenk rv., 1 '13 9- J lv... v- ... bil QM' if Q- 'ns ,-., 1 ox Q ,, 'Z v- .- is vs Pl rl 9 4. 'ms 1-. 'xv se s-. 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I I I . , I Q - 2 C, R ?W ' V L- ,f S -,at A 4- Q an I ' I I K 5 H H - v, . . .- K., ' .fl ,Q Sophomore Class .Indy Ala-rt l'l.21L'l'i .Ullt-S Billie .Xulvs Pllainf- Allwrter XX'illmert Alvxanril-r Bill Auxlur Shirley Bawll Nancy Bair-ul Tom Baird Kathy Ballard Richard Bama-rt Nanvy Baptist NVilbr-rt Bartt-ls Paulette BQ-4'kn1an Barbara BQ-geman Audrey I-it-ll Pat Bertram Jfll'lll'k' Hivens Wlllie Blavl-mmn Janet Blast- Mary Ann Blumenthal Ruse Ann HuL'L'alv1xni Joe Bnlin Rose Mario Bnnsvr James Bonser Donald Boyd James Boyle Mickey Boyle Lloyd Brase Richard Brase , , I ,M - ,,,. .1 ll- x .,,,r, L. SUVH1 DMUHIC Ol-'l"ll'l'IRS Paul Burruf Shar-In Siozirxf Lavlmm- Pum- Iiiana ln-rtrnv ' av' " 2' . -. 4. , Q X-, 'C . 5 1 tx: If , ,Vl,V , X A A in 6 M gl fl 2 L 9:3 ,A- 4 ... 4' " 5 K l f ' I W' sm - " ' 1'- not l f 4 , A N Q' 'V A '-Q If Barbara Braun Ruger Brcthnrst Vynthizi Brown Ilula Brown Rulunri Bmwn .Io Ann Brum-nv Mary Lou Buvh Rvmulri Hll4'kIHLIhHII1 SHA' Hllvklvy .Inyc-v Ilurnhum Ilnrharzn Burrnmrhs lhvun Burrus Paul Hurrus Martha Bush .Iuhn Blllvlwr Kay Ualvvrt Marne-Ile Fznrpe-rmtvr H1m'h:xrfI Vusnzm Ivxck Uassens Clalulelle Chandler Karen Claytwn Ilivk Cm-txrun Imviri ffnlvy I-Iddiv Culligzan S1-ntl Iwwrlrzul Frank rwmk Mikv Vuvn-r Huy Furl Herb 1'nrrvlI Judith Vny Imrls Vruhtrm- William Ural! 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Mary Moran Q 5, 4 if ' '- 5' 'U' 1 x l 'I ,M Duneldia Nlnrriwn W ' M I A' I I Jerry Mount ia A ,f Q: ' ig" Robert Nekola Q" x .. U Rickey Neuhaus 3, N. 6 A ' ' " Sharon Nichole I ' ,iq x, xi ' Ruth Ann Niemietz was ,X K x ' ' H fb - ' ,'- ...A 4: 47 I, A Q., Phillip Nucrnherger airy W -:V ,gn W ' N' Nell Nunnally I "":' L 'V 59" 412.3 'f' fin '-' we ,W 0 ,rfb Larry O'Dell , ,:.,' A ll -L' c N Leonard Pace - A . W A Janice Paine i Ex l , Jeanine Pass ii , ,f A 5 ' Sharon I':ntun . W .-- :" , As .- 1 ' 'X ,ir ,g 'H Q3 0 lion l'vl'nl'il1-s 1: , I of ' 'f'- 'V' . - ' f, Kms-n P4-riolinli Qi, D !M""" . I e Q ,ll .lr Z v ' Lynn Perry I - ,.',,: -:Q M -" . 52- - - A Eddim- Piquarml I V 50 . ,. YV Lavonm- Pom-ta 'H '-A. X M.. : 1 - , :W A X A X fl 3 Sophomore Class 1 Szinslra Puphani . lf, Pamela Prior pf V Carol Prusa -1 , I Joe Pulliam I, - .fn cf , . Q Q Mary Ju Quade ' -' ,". 1 Q ' r U' ' .I in al Neil Reising -V ' N ,,..,. 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I 1 , . . x 5 se it H659 t wg - .QU AQ:-Q5 ff iw ow' ' rf I is ,129 ff X 1 . y in 4' gg x J U 1 4 xg "Q, es . I Q f '5'E5'u 5' W' .. X12 ii.. 5' !' ??: g "'f?m .:, 4 , Y 2- ,V ft frm D ,- F1541-Y 4 . .- F IX. M51 ,gm Q we k Q ,JM .ow 'H .wx up "" U rM"x'w fue Q 1' , fm Q 'Al' What player can torget those hot, sweaty practices on the dusty hill? Two weeks before school opened the boys were already hard at work. School opened and scrimmage began. In slightly less than two weeks the team al played the first game ol the season. Things looked pretty good as the team rolled to a 14 to O victory over Granite. Then came a dismal note as we lost to Belleville 26 to 12 on the eve of home- coming. With a 4-3 record, there was Page seventy one 4 . xx -NJ 'ei' 11 6 51 .. , P Q I 8 Vx ,Egan ig' ' 1 . G Y tm Q QQ! gk 1 2- i L H 5'-.TX 'L ,, My 5, Q9 , V Varsity Football Team Here's how its done. Look Out! Here comes a long one. Page seventy-two I'l'lBl'l. 1' First Row: Tom Dunlap, Buddy Noll. Flem Bradshaw, Jerry Weiler. Maurice Mixon, L1-vis Coultzis. John Kays, Bob Dippel, Ronnie Dorsey. William Hanks, Carrol Wildman. Second Row: Harold Hancock, Jerry Johnson, Lloyd Harris, Don Schwalh, Calvin Hellrung, Mis-key Henry, Dave Carnaghi. Charlie Wynn John Blixen. Laddie Aubrecht, Roy Hosto, Eugene Meikamp. Third Row: Coach Isselhardt. Ronnie Ri"s, Dale Bach. Ronnie Betts, Don Pebbles Jim Bonser F-,L , - Joe Pulliam, Dean Burrus, Jack Wynn, Wayne Braasch. Dick Carter, Bill Houba, Wayne Wildgrube, Don Martin, Ray Eberhart, Leslie Helmkamp, Coach Kuethe. 1 SCHEDULE Granite City H Wood River T Staunton H Collinsville T Belleville H Madison H Roxana T Alton H Eisenhower of Decatur T We 14 17 25 O 12 12 6 O 20 They 0 8 O 14 26 18 O O ft O room for an O-O tie with Alton, much to the surprise of everyone. The year end- ed on a good note, as it had begun, with a 20-6 win over Decatur. With a heavy line, fast backs, and good teamwork, the team finished with a solid 5-3-1 seasons record. A few more pounds and he'd he a big man. """'i3.:.w.w- , fy ,M K Page seventy-three lnclifuiclual Honors The team was ioriunate in being not only balanced, but good. With attention being attracted to the team, attention was naturally attracted to individ- uals. Named to the Globe-Democrat District team was end Bob Dippel. Named to the Post-Dispatch team was tackle Levis Coultas. Honorable mention on the Illinois State Prep Team were halfback Buddy Noll, and end Bob Dippel, and center Iohn Kays. . in .., SOPHOMORE SQUA D First Row: Dennis Wehllnia. Paul Riley. Dick Cassens. Ronnie Keck. Joe Pulliam. Jim Bonser. Second Row: Jack Wynn. Don Pebbles. Bud Vallino. Dean Burrus. Steve Segal. Terry Fagan. David Coley. FRESHMAN SQUAD First Row: Mike Manier, Tony Penelton, King Dexter, Mike Levi, Ray Schueter, Leonard Menoni. Second Row: Lloyd Leichsenring, John Donald, Tom Eason. Leland Leonard, Jerry Fish, Benny Issele hardt, Darrell Schaake, Steve Kribs. Third Row: Jackie Turner, Robert Ashauer, Ray Kubicek, Marion Betts. Kenny Connors, Dale Pra- der. Eugene Ralston, Mickey Ma- teyka. Page seventy-four X, .371 I ff: WM? 4 f"P 4 q'v-M5 v 2 6 -fm 129 'Q A o L. K 6 we ,5 M f if: . , '- Th A wg QQ J, .rr fe gb Q st' ix It 'T I M , : ' .I .-'4 x E' 7, U A , ,A W ,Av X 'M w?m 'N wx 'Nw in Z?'.51'22f-'1-W K ,,,,,x 3 yy Basketball DALE HAYVVOOD Dale, a senior guard, has startl- crl both friend and foe with his L-onsistent sharp-shooting from the outcnurt, The team can be sure that. due to his clear thinking. Dale has helped turn the tide in many a vlose game that might have gone the other way. BOBBY WHITE Bobby. another senior guard, was singled out for the KXOK prep player of the week award. Throughout the season Bob was noted for his spectacular ball- hanclling and flashy style. Who knows just how many times Bob has turned the tide by stealing the ball at the crucial moment, or scoring in the pinch to start a rally? Page seventy-six The yeor storied with o good sign, o 59-54 win over Highlond. lust two gomes ond two victories loter the teom entered its own tournornent, which it won in o 70-69 thriller with then highly ronked locksonville. i LARRY YVASHINGTON Larry. a senior forward, drew quite a bit of attenriun for his prowess nn the court. One wruld never tn-ll just when hi-1 was i-firing.: tn fight his way into the basket for a close shut ur wht-n he would stay hack und urv a lung.: pzram-fill shut ln fur A basket. One thing is 4-1-rtuin, '1,eapinr:" Larry will be re- 'nemhereri fur a Inn: while. DAVE HART lluvm-, fx st-nmr vf-ntvr. slifmf-li up wi-ll ln thv yt-ur by vunsist- --nzly doing his all tv, win tht- all-lmpurtunt tip-nff, have was a uri-at niuralm- builfler. NI: matter how flisheartz-nim: the situation he has always man' an-ri tu have a smilr tw make thinpzs for-rn sl little- hettl-r JUHN l-'Hl'IT J-lhn, another semur furward, l 1-an 1-er-mainly be a-allwl the spzlrkplug uf the team, XVhen- 1 rwr thu zum: rw! rwmlll YU'-1 vulllll ---punt on him fur a few v.-lrnir wr' vm--mraiienient Ni, nm' krwus jun :nm many tirm-s this :wt may haw- kr-pt the Yvlifll I Surely play-rr Iikr Juhn hun- vwll rurm-fl plan- Hn arp lvixlll J-will Quill: tw plv1'r'r Aztatrxer Ivxe qdgues 'Mem LY sud Ed w:1rdsv1He entered the Qnrrstnms mourn' UVHQIIY it Wood Rlver The IOC wds when ddded to our smnq of vieteries L 1-A , ,,A4z1!, ' ra, L K! Wood River lost to the Tigers 68-46. The sedsen went on dhd yielded many If-x rw 6 1.7 as 4 5 I N., Page seventy-eight First Row: Coach Hutton. Jerry Johnson, Bob Dippel, Tony Penelton, Buddy Vallino, Myron Schumacher, Varsitv S nad Coach Lum' -f q Second Row: Bob VVhite, Larry XVashington. Dale Haywood. Dave Hart. John Fruit, have Ilave Nichols. Eberharl. tlinlls with tlie biaqest tlirlll Leinq winn ina froni Isitolilield alter beinq eiqlit points Celnnd in the last 53 seconds ot play. In the Regionals and Sectionals the team showed Just what kind of ball it could play oy first winninq the rough Alton Reqioiinl and tlien winninq a touqli game from Cezitralia Qnly to loose a neciitorealcer to Ierseyville in tlie finals. All tlirouezli the tournaments tlie team played tlfie Kina of ball that has iustly given them the name ot the FIGHTING TIGERS. Bm-tu-r watxh him, John. junior Varsity First Huw: Juv Pulliam, Kenny Corin-'rs Flyriv Fultnn, XVarrir:li Vaughn. Runnin- Hiizlilzineh-r, Sf-1-fm-I Rumi Vlark Bake-r, Myrnn S4'iii1ni:u-liz-r Imlv Spvvkrrmri, Hlirirly Vuilinn, VS':xih-rGL1l1vr Mike Pvirr- sun. Tvs-fi inure points fur the Tigers ff x ' Z ' ,,!:. X xx ' Q " ' ' lx A ' an :, wg' F me If Highland ll Centralia T lllllClilN'j'X'lllC II l'I.II.S. Tournament Mt. Olive .Iaeksonville Alton H Wood River T Wood River Christmas Tournament Gillespie Yandalia Wood River Granite City H Belleville li Collinsville T East St. Louis T Madison T Greenville H Quincy T Wood River H Granite City T Belleville T Collinsville H East St. Louis H Alton T Litchfield T REGIONAL TOURNAMENT Roxana Wood River Alton SECTIONAL TOURNAMENT Centralia Jerseyville Baslfcrlvclll 54 5-1 47 42 69 68 63 35 50 46 47 51 70 73 60 67 56 76 65 78 65 74 66 71 63 lifi 53 87 77 Xll 'l.i- j.iv-l-I- ffm iroprj- :xt-'wwf Xiiotliv-r l ii i tx ll t l I ir Ifront Rows left to right Terry VI xrtln fmt Ru Podhorn Bll Klln e B ck Rwvw PY l ntmmurals One of the more casual sports of our htqh In a h1qh school varsny game only llV9 play school 1S qolf Th1s sport IS tdeal tor those ers can play at any one tune w1th only a few who hke to putter around The qarne de more on the bench When a sport ts as pop rnands a lot of pattence but tt more than pays ular as basketball there IS bound to be a de lt back IH sell sat1stact1on s1re on the part ot many to play But where there s a w1ll there s a way The destre 15 the w1ll and 1ntramurals lS the way Flrst Row Royce Dettmer Vernon Neuhaus Darrel Harms Flrst Row Jerry Prusa Vernon Hllla Eugene Melkamp Second Row Ronnie Bopp Buddy Isoll Dale REISIHE second Rovs George Lleb Kenny Schelbal Bob bcnnemer Coach Albert DeConcen1 Z , 7 , tw - V, N 14 ' Q k 4 ' ' ', . " 3 .1 '.f"'h lv' , i 'k, 8? '. lf tn right: Joe Bolin. Larry Suhre. I . I I - I . , . . Baseball The traditional American sport is not over- sports at hiqh school. This year, as in most looked at E. H. S. Baseball, the pastime ot other years, the prospects are good for anoth- America, is one of the more popular spring er great baseball season. 4MF,,.... H vi. jf ,fall 1? ,, 1 3 , ,. ,M Z2 . - L ,Ac Q 1957 TEAM Ml, M qu ',,,,,, ' ' X f 1, ,J Q XY f First Row: George Tormuhlen. J, if fi A ai Vvill Radecke, Gary Kesl. , '. Second Row: Coach Miller. N59 I ' 4 Paul Hoffmeier, David Kriege, 9 N 4 Paul Gerling. L , , L jf ff- My it., rr' , Third Row: Dwane VanHooser. ll. W 4 'i 5 W Wayne Miller, Kent Zimmer- r K ' man, Joe Rotter. A f l 5, f 1957 TENNIS SCHEDULE xt. 1. so 'QU' X We They Belleville .. ... 4 1 Collinsville . . , 5 ll Roxana .... .. . 4 1 E. St. Louis . 4 1 Greenville ... .. . 4 1 Granite City . . . , 4 1 Belleville .... .. . 4 1 Greenville .... ,. . 4 1 Granite City . .. . 5 0 Wood River . . . . , 4 1 Wood River , ,. ... 4 1 Collinsville . . .,. 4 1 E. St. Louis .. ... -l 1 Roxana .,.. .. . 4 1 First Row: Coach Miller, Wayne Miller, Dwane Van!-looser, Kent 1958 TEAM Zimmerman, Joe Rutter, Larry Lercli, Second Row: Frank Couk, Jerry Wells, Steve Kribs, Herb Correll. Allan Wallace, Gurdon Hun. Tennis Last year the '57 tennis team won the Southwestern Conference title for the third year in a row. As if this were not enough of an accomplishment, the team finished with a 14-O perfect record. Then, as an after- thouqht, the team won the district meet and went to state. Page eighty-four ln the past ten years, E. H. S. tennis teams have accumulated a record of 92 wins and 22 losses for a remarkable .812 record. With no returning lettermen, the '58 team has quite a difficult task ahead of them to equal last year's record. as 4 '- 'i S . K I ' xx' .si ,.li' F' ' v A . - . mfr.- .-, 1 .. -S... --- l..l A ' f . ' A 'fl " 'H ' C3 1' 4 v' if as-.t,fu.f 5 ' . ., A ,I f 6 ' 'I Y, ,Q .3 -, -4' f t . to :f-Q Q 'zzi 73 , y.: Q N S , Q' zu.. , D .airway 'i , . .,2, + mg 'L j , gf ,4 gf af I ' M 4 QQ fl 'GQQV fs 5 me-r ,xx WA: ,eq "' 'DC ,J g fa? w'W A . A. f. , 'T me ,.,f'i""1 x 'fx 5 5 . ,fi ,pw A First Row: Don Martin, Webb Lewis. I-'lem Bradshaw. Lloyd Harris. Maurice Mixon. Ed Wentz. Lonnie Clayton, Gerald Wieler, Mike Brazier. Carrol Wilslnian Mike Peterson. Harold Ham-ovk. Joe O'D:ll. Jake Carter. Set-ond Row: Maurive Silas. Jerry Johnson, Ladrlie Auhrecht, Don Svhwalb, Levis Coultas, l-larl Powell. Dave Tudor. Bill Henry, Iranny Lewis. Les Helmkamp. Bill Hellrunpf. Roy Steinmeyer, Ernie Strickland, Phillip Robinson. Third Row. Johnny Harriston. Tony Penelton, Sanford McMurray. James Mivhel. Kim Siekhert. Merle Stahlhut, Jay Buchta. Darrell Busch, Ronnie Lambert, Rivhard For-llran, Paul Mory. Dick Cassens. Wayne Braasvh. NYillie Blackman. Gene Franke. Fourth Row: Kenney Connors. Roy Hosto. Jerry Mount. Eddie Kraft, Calvin Lambert, Jack Wynn. Lee Ladd. Leonard Pave, Eddie Piquard. Wayne XVildi.:ruhe. Vernon Hilla. Fifth Row: Boll Irippel. In-'nnis We-hlinu, Jim Smith. Steve Segal. Ilean Burrus. Ru-lx Casna, Terry Fagan. Darwin Haywood. I-Zuuene Mvikamp John Blixvn. Ulyfle Fulton. Bill Hanks. David Folly. Jim Bonser. Rl-ITCRNING LI-ITT!-IRMEN First Hou: Mike Brazier. Varrol XYildman. We-hh Lewis. Lloyd Harris. Flem Bradshaw, Lonnie Flax-ton. Set-onfi Row: Voat-ll Isselllarrlt, Harold Han:-ot-k. Eli Wentz. Tom Dunlap. Mike Peterson. Maurice Mixon. Jerry Weller. Don Lenz. Coach Kuethe, In the spring a young rnan's fancy turns to e track, of course. With 18 returning ' I ' ka lettermen, the prospect for the coming year is anything but gloornyq indeed, it seems as though E.H.S. is set lor another good year in track. 1 Cross Country Although not the showiest sport, cross country is one of the most rewarding. There must be some large measure of self satisfaction associated with this sport to urge these boys to run well over one hundred miles each season. The season's record is 5 tirsts, 3 seconds, and l third. This year's team has brought much honor and recognition to E.l-l.S. by not only running in, but winning second place in the coveted state meet Our hat's oft to the unique one hundred mile club. ..., , 5 is-...gg-.gQfftf,kp fa .... ff-af , 'tg-fs--49 ...M 11 rg, V' A 'f'g-wg' . :Slim S3l.Tgisr.?:'fw' 'T-, 'g"'Z ,,y,,,fl' - ' X .3677 'ffl "',:1-num:-isa' 1 1' , , Y w SCHEDULE W'ood River Dual Granite City Dual Edwardsville Triangular Alton Invitational Belleville Dual Conference Meet Belleville Meet District Meet Collinsville Triangular Peoria lnvitational State Meet lst lst lst 2nd lst 2nd 3rd 2nd lst 6th 2nd i .., . . N . .4 in .1 g a.. , 'SS - sv N - --' r -- ef"2.? 'reg 'sc -x wi ff T-if 'Nuay xii ,', M.,,,' . First Row: Kenny Daech, Kenny Hyten, Paul Vernon, Bob Waugh. Danny Lewis, Larry Suhre, Bill Kllnke, Roy Steinmeyer, Ronnie Kublr-ok. Leonard Drda, Darwin Haywood, Jim Burns, Richard Luher, Mike Vit-th, James Mivhel. Second Row: Gerald Schaefer, David Cochran. Mike Brazier, Myron Schumacher. Johnnie Harrison, Ed Wentz, Philip Robinson. We-bb Lewis, Darrell Harris, David Tudor, Gene Franke. Joe O'Dell, Dale Helsing, Coach Joe Luc-co. State Meet Once gqain the cross country team has had finished second, an Edwardsville runner, Mike the privilege of running in the state meet. It Brazier, finished second, and it was the third was a triple honor this time, because the team Consecutive year that the team ran in the meet. Page eighty-six r 1 I lr-4 5 5 QM Qjitlj f mi K, A r, Q M: and 15" , 1, 'r , Q f' v .1:m-t Wm-firm-yt-r. .Inm-t Fruit. Miss Wumi, Alra Frum-is. Htllllllt' lfnl-H Blrhir L. HHN Iiwnriie- Pliiicve Bzarli Fieuenhziurn Helvn Ilvan . Kay Hull .Izme Waterfall Jim Hush , l Tiger Staff A Phil!-ir Himnvfs Xianazer I.itvr:4ry Edit-ur . vlul- Edimr ,. Vlass Editor , Spwrts Editor Avtivity Editfur Ann Imstt-r Jam-t Fruit . Marlvm- Pulliam, Judy Hr-lfer .Iam-t XXX-hmeyvr . Ritvli Krvtsvhmvr Huiuiiv Lumix . Mrs. I-'ranvis Miss N' ivrv ti Mr. Gilisun . Page ninety P4 .limit-r Sstlvs Nlanaxlvr V-Pu-turv Ediwrs , Ad Mariznlvr Art Ellllllf' Assistant , Arivisnr I,1te-rury .Xrivia-rr .Mi .-Miviwr ,, Nw N Q Tiger Staff Remember m 37587 ' ' ' the Yegfngokf keep lf 57 Left tt- Hmm shaft-n tw-mt, Iturlvne Kftenig. Ye-rnu S 'tmvfvr. Iwnrm Hzarmvn- Secret' ' ' ' d9Ud11U9St hurry' hurry just Ubout mu, Kathy limb:-rts. Jw- U'In-ll. .Iam-I K 1 Wvnmf-yr-r. Mr, rlihsfm. Imrl+-nv R+-nkvn March 1 ,... Miss MC s vy, sponsor, qct marrred, . . . prcturs-s ta he takert, thanks, Ray ,... week wrthaut Mrs. Frahcrs, what a week ,... yearbook out art time, thanks, Staff. M M. 4 Marlene Pullram :anti Rit1-hKrvtsn'tt- me-r 1-uttlng nut pivtures. .. V QW? , lf ,. . T' sv-niur FHFIHLZS and antivitivs X I ,hi 4 A -fs I y :hr au-rfat! Ann !-wsu-r. Swv'- Ilezm and Kay Hutz wurkin: un gf' rznwry, H Stew- Segal, Bonnie folleclmq money Cl cmmq up cafe First Row Jenny Sehrodl Joan Anderson Kmg, Dexter Layunne Poneta Xlarcla Hartmp. Arlene Yehlmg Sharon Webb, Anna Bunser Jeanme Cherry Jane Pulllam Carolyn Schroeder Janet Krleger Kay lfunke Nancy Blackmore Secretary Second Rovx Jane Guthrle 'Nlyrna Nlallory Barbara Kooker Benny Iaselhardt Carolyn Noll Audrey Bell Judy Anderson N1LePre-.xdent Paul Vernon 'Nlarlene Pulllam Trelsurer Joyce Burnham Kay Caesens Bonme Lamb Mrs. George Third Rovs Webb lemme Ihrnln Haywood Terry Fagan Paul Riley Nllke NILLean Buddy Valllnn Dave Fber hart. John hiya President tirrol Vklldmln Russell Solomon Page ninety-tzro -six 96,1 tv P If 4 -A-f 1 X -1 1 I , 1 1 l I' S. osx 'U- , ' :ar 3 -. T' - Q- 1--H1111 1., 1..,. .I,11.r1,1 111-'1-1. If-A:1z.1.- 111-1-,1..r11r ,I:11111.- Imrr IHI1::'11. ..1ff'l11v1, Vu! H1-qv ii11.1.11 11:1:11'111k 5,1-rw H-tm ,l11111A Hurrzf 1-1311'.1- IH11.Y11r Ii1v1I1 lx:wf'M?.:1,--r F1-:1v1.r.- 121-I-Qfixrvrr K1-wir'-1:1 link 1'11fNfAxsf PII11'-1" M, 1'-AN U: 1'-I N'-uw Idffz'-1' I-.MIIHH A- 4'fJf'YHI'f.'xIYf'fH J:11..11- Ilwrr T . T 4 NI-QXXS HI'I'I'UH PIII "' 6 Y..-: IS'l'2,f-VI' Nl'I'x'1'S PQIfI'I"lIlr Kwym ,111g.1.- rlfl XN'l'r Hw' -I-1111 S111-1:'1 :,1lTili', P-,I'l'1"riiX 1 ' 11 P111-' KH-' s'S'1'KN'!'S rl'-,,. H,1:'r1 KI 12' K1.!111.-R Km' :J 7' 5' :Xt :1.1t 1 .X1'111:1+ 14,111'1m1s 111' 111,111 11111111 z '11 ' 1 ' H '1:sIS'I"xN'I'r ' 1 1,,1-r I1',x,1r.'- X 1 , V L I tum 141, 1 Q 'Z JMS, '1i'lrIS Xiu". Xt: I 1 ,Xr.H1 '1X'!,:'.. 1 . .1 fr 11 T-T:1' -'.k1 V' 1' 'vl11:1r11:'?. F-117 N , 4, , wr, z:1r':'.f-' I H- 11.':. I-111. I I 'f. 11- -:.j 1,4 ' I 1.140 H171 X Hur.-.111 11.11-1--1-J ' I,. l'lIfJt'IllHf'Y'l'ffl1'1' A cappella Choir Remember in '57-58, . . . the bake sale, money for us, . . . macliqral group ,... double quartet ,... sinqinq for clubs, SlOU, . . . concerts, winter, spring, all of them ,.,. Practicinq sixth hour, sinqina "l-lalleluyahf . . a trip, where are we going? Girls' Choir Remember in 574585 . . . sinfginq songs, pop, reliqious, tunny, and classical ,... Christmas, Winter, and Sprinq Concerts, winter formal ,... Southwestern illinois Choral Concert, an all day event, . . sinqina tor clubs, Shut-lns ,... seventy two members. First Row: Mary l.ee Uarter. Minnie Ellis. Barbara Burroughs, Mary Moran. Delores I-Zrspanier, Mary lieusrhke, Mary Ellen Watsek. Kay Mateyka. Gloria Kessnian. Gayle Kruuse, Judy Werner. Patti Vernatti, Harriet Anderson llinnn- The. Second Rnw: Claudette Fhandler. Barbara Braun. Sandra All-Murray, Marcia Hive. Pepzpzy Stanrle-fer. Barham llvllrung. Theresa Hopkins. Melanie Kaufmann, Judy Alhl. Betty Ashauer. Judy lluttun, Kathryn Blase, Carol Sue Sirnniuns. Third Ruw: Thelma Burton. Carolyn Schroeder, President, Janet Townzen, Sharnn Patton, Alive Alhrm-4-ht. Elaine Helm- kamp. Arlene Yehling, Carol Wilcox, Pat Smith. Audrey Bell, Sue Pyle. Carol Richardson. Fourth Row: Marilyn Kuchta. Donna Harmening. Carolyn Fruit, Beverly Kraft, Nell Nunnally, Faye Zenk. Vive Presi- dent, Nancy Lanpzendorf. Verna Hellman. Penny Thatcher, Frances Galbraith, Peggy Knibbs. Jo Ann Goertz. irst Row: Judy Kiflcl, lbwra Jane Hutton. Bonnie- Lamb, Juiy Kivharils-ni. Put Allison. Amli Mym-rs, Katie Wallure. Jvzlnnis' Uh:-rry, Samlrzx Siilener. Sharon Sass-k, Nanwy Blarkmorl- Pal Hudv, Slinrun Wm-lm, Sn-4-rm-tary Mary Milla-r, I ull:-en l.:mkl'ur1l m-i-mul linw: l-Iluinv Alm-rter, Jewel .lunes, Jn-am-tie lla-ul-r, Vim- l'r1-sillmxt. Jn-fm Hurm-li, Kay Hyun. Gloria Juliriswri, lliumf In-time-r. Mary Ami Bruvkizwier, Kathy Iinherts, Nmry lizliril, Nlurlvm- Pulliam, Vurul .le-nnv. Suunn Page-. x lun-I XXX-lilm-yvr, .'l1n- Bllvkln-y. Gwrrglu Uurlew, lmnim Sn-lixxznlll. Iliirll firm. Km-nm-th lflrlr. Mike- Brazil-r, lluvirl fflilflllilll. Jim llazznrd Bull Kirlwl. Phil Nm-riilwrnsn-r, l-ld Wentz, lla-nry 1-ntl. 1h-virgo' Vuzhl. Ilunny Lvwis. Stow- Sr'l1m-iwkn-ls, Jima-t Killnvvk. l.:4vunm- lvfvivlsl. t':lrfvl Illppe-l, luurvli Huw: I.:lr'ry Sulirn- Huh llippn-l. Ilun Rlpllnplvr. Hula All-l41lw:im. 'I'v:n1 Vurkn-r 'I're-:nurx-r, Furl Mullikn-ii. Hvrlf turn-ll Hurlfrl liulivfwk. Prvsldm-nl. Jim I.uva-. Allan lY:ilI:u-e, Bill .lwliiiswii Plyrlv lfullfvn. Iiwlillle- I-Inluv Iunw' XVI:-mluuill lwm Kraft. Hill llfnilm. IN-mils liingvrim.: Jul.--N K--x-1:14--5 Q W1 .M . I ff 1- V, , V A ' 44, V f . 'l ' ' ' 1 , wra- f .rf ' " ry V if Q. , rv Z -4 A 'im ,N 1 5 l"l.l'Tii: "Slim-:Till I?:m:'en 'Nlslrie fhuliip 'lieiirlrz-u Burk I':lr'- AI.'I'H1'l..XlZlNlC'l' 'llmxel .lwlivf Slim-P511-, "f"'1' I"'4if1f NwNllllvflK2wl'ffM'11S BASS l'l,.XliINl'I'I' 'Juni Slmrg-, 'th-f-mln Hnllinun lim-.llllim Uliwli. " "Jim l,-:vm-, Vzliml Jenn:-, .Innes HASSUUN 'Sully Vlllll' Phil Nllerilliw-i'l:vr. .Xl.'I'U SAX 'rlllzmil P21441-, Winnie Nllllr-i' Xlury Ann Hwvfl .lnlly 1'I,ARINI-fl' "N:nn1'5 Blzn-knmrv '.Il-:tnltie Puss. '.l-:yve Blu-tu-:llle H1"m"'if"'V JMU" PUHUHU 'JWU1 HNITIWU- 'MUTE 4""'kl VFNH U"l'VUN'3'l'Y'- 'f'l'lll-I5 Ti-INUR S.-XX Mike Vr-llli Hn-kvrly I-Ililslnlllsell, Put XIn'Xl'lI'l':t5 Knllm Burh:lr:i lhntwlitz Jnlhn Altlluvll, .Iwyvv XYest, Sun- H114-lv ,. ,. . . . , ,4 V. ,l A - Ivy Patti Vu-rnntrii .lim B-tnser, Neil lluwlu-It Jill 1'ln-rry. l,:ul-lie BAXRIIUNI' xxx' NH? N""""n"" MMI" M'Mm"'5 Aubreem li-N-in:u'y .Xgll-s. Betty H0'Hl'llll2l VURNI-1'l' wr 'l'lil 'MPI-1'l' "ll:lll- Spf---kiiiziii, lllniiny llsmwn ConL'c1ig57fgiiJt'1'rc1i7't' COnCcTt Band "Begin the He-isuint-" Nlarvh Pnrter "Andante l'zmt:mile" trnrn Tsl-lm1knwsky'f Sill Synipllniiy I,:lln- "Fi:-sta L'aljvpww" My-ra "RliythmH--mls" l-Illinyztnn. Yoder "Bristol" Nlnreli Ymler "xI2l1HP111t'Il.l" I,ev11.+riu. Beeler UM:xrie" Berlin "Bullet Pzlrisif'n" Ut'l'enlmm'h. Isuzu' "4'zlrniv:tl lui' Truitillluiim-s" Kitiy-in "Arllilml the World" Ymiiiu. I-It-wi "I'rllle wr tm- Illini" Kin: "HllEl:-llljzlh 4'liflrus" lrum "Tim Nil-Niall' llzlnflf-l l'liiut'lirv-Ili ".'Xiiip:xr1tiilima" 'IR-xitilli' "It:uise ut the .lupslliefe Yw1lth" 'lhlilili "l"utifure :intl l'flHFllS" Buxtelinnln- "F:lnllum:l." l'l-rluiis "Star Dust" t':trn1ln'lmel Hllerbert I,, L'I:u'ke's TI'lll!llIrh2ll Alzirviiw Buyer "S2ilvutinti Is l'rn-Html" Ts4'liesiinkul'l' 4'Aw:tkeZ" frmii "Die Sll'lSl8I'SillLZk1F" Wuum-r 4'Alleluiz1" from "l-Ixsultate. juhilut" Nl-,tel Nluzurt "Light 1':1v:1li'y''Uvz-rttlre von Suppl- "Pnp! Glues the XVe:tsz-l" I-'red "The Trnnihnm- King" Kim: "Gypsy Love Sling" Herbert. Walters "Sea Portrait" Imfizxssey "Sandpaper Ballet" Anderson . "Grant Us Thy Penne" Petersnn My "Bugler's Holiday" Anderson "Inglesina" Ilelle Fesse "Harlequin Journey" Huffmzm 4'Beguine for Band" Ossvr "Them Basses" Hurline Nlr. Etzk-Jrn. Band Director Page 'ninety-sir x,r 5 sf,-5. ! J g ' - 2- f f A - X ' gi 4Q,. , i Q6 W -1' fi P7 , vr V, A -v 1 Q, W 4' " ' - 3 . 4- V' Y mg: .fl ui, V w A Q af-lg E, ,bxgjk yt' rg ,X 3551.2 xg? 8,0 A 1V A l in 3 Q . .fy 9 Q fa Q f 'f' ff , X7,QQUHng , 1. 'M " ' 45 'WVQQ-fb ,,, Q H M I Nik' if rf N ,X ff xl .' ff ,ive 'W' ., '.1 - . E7 "l ' ,, Q e I is M .'i- 1- 6 A Lorelei Lehwaldvr, Sharon Nil-niitz, Juyw- Blase, Nancy Steelman, Janet Becfkmann, Linda G1-ren. Lavunne Pune-ta, Kathleen Rup- pcl. Jane Guthrie. Carolyn Null. Nam-y Lange. Shirley Michel. Kathy Blixen, Nam-y Weis- haupt. I-Ilaine Weller. Kathy Bm-1-all-uni, Diann- Haspliva, Susan Saitvrlm-e, Sharon Gallaghvr, Barhara Camper. Barbara Ibmlds, Uarul Broth- urst, Myrna Mallfnry, Judy VVQ-rknlami. Blllfl-flt' Merkel, Kay Phillips. Uarul Svhragr lfirft limi llnrllm- l.arnlf. His!-.r ian Ilarle-nv ll:-Imiih Audi My-rr. H:-tty Ashauvr .Iam-ttv Brakhane. Imtma J-lhnfiln Nwilyui Rim Pat Bri-kman, I-Zlainv li:-lrnkamp Mvlanir- Kaufmann l.1.c S-'ha-Airy-r, Kay Vaffrrif, lwlun-s ll:-all Jvxu-ll Jura-s Alar1.j-1. Kli.r,ta Iv.-1-,rw l-lrfparim.-r First Iiux-. Phil Vvlli Imra Hutt-in Judy Ri:-hams.-ru Sharma We-tits, Mary lilln-11 Watsn-k. .lamfl Kulllvn-R Pat Bmlv, 'l'rQ-asuri-r. SQ-vmiri Rf-w Harb lflv-ls:-til1:1iin1. Ju-ly xvllhllffll. Sm-retary. Carulyn Si-lirm-tier. Vim--President. Nanry Mueller. Kay Hutz. lam-t Fruit, Aiaiirvi-11 Alvlman. l'u'ul15' Knihhs Mary Kay I.--tis-'likv Viral lit-u Sm- lutln-s la-muy Stanflm-r, Judy rluthrn- lin-tty Mu-ln-I. Judy Axim-rsini, Pre-slrlvrit. Anita Winn-ct. S1-1-and lim-.s, 4'arla N1vAlurray, Mary Ann Brfwkni--wr llunna llarmeniml. Kathy Hahn-rts. Jani:-v Buttman, Nara Bm-1-af In-uni. Paint Vhairman. l-Ilizahvth Han-I, Judy Allll, Kalm- Stine. 4 rl. First Row: Marlin Wagner, David Hanser. Laddie Aubrecht. Tum Baird. .Ianive Ilurr. Lve Ladd, Dale Bam-h. Jim Bus-h Second Row: Jerry VVells, Bill Auuur, Gary Gueldner, Ronnie Martini. Gle-nn Rinkel. Allan Wallace. Jim Boyle. Bill Sedlacek, Al Merx. Joe O'Del1. Larry Thomas, Mr. Powell. Physical Science Aviation Remember in '57-585 . . . Science fair, what Remember in '57-585 . . . Building model work? . . . talk on propellenis, lim Buch ,... Dlfmesi 4911191 DUV9 f--- Q CQPTQSV green Marlin Wcqnerl Glenn Rmkely cmd 109 planes first place ,... movies, Learning io , , , Fly ,... field trips IO McDonnell Aircraft, 0Dllldf't BllScll kFl e 9 ' H LG CIS' 1 9 ace ' Gmu . . . llyinq planes coniest, Zoom, zoom, l9Slf hot! l - - - MOV19 OU VUCUUVU lubesf Oh zoom ,... puildinq a club plane, no noi ihai boy, a movie for a change. one. First Row: Kent Zimmerman. Steve Horstman. Secretary-Treasurer. Mark Horstman. Larry Ahert. Bill Alhl. Dallas Matlock. Second Row: Tom Kraft. Larry Lervh. Hay Barnes, Jim Robinson. Dave Wieduwilt. President. First Row: Darlene Koenig. Marlene Hnwertrxn, Anita XYhiter'l, Pri-sidc-nt. Myrna Krur-keherg, Barbara Waiilmv. Kay Mateyka. Parul Stunkfl. Jeannie Cherry, Secretary. Elaine Pour. Phyllis Hughes. Jam-t Tuwnzvn. Set-unri Huw: Carol Chartranfi. Alive- Albrecht, Liz Gallina. Marlm-ne Pulliam, Nanvy Mueller. Mary Ann Cergpt Aiinlrey Svhaakv. Thelma Burton, Treasurer. Judy Untn-rhrink. Thirri Row: Kate Stine. Jeanette l'lr0y. Harriet Fivpzentvaiini. Vivt--Presitletit. Pat Hackcthai. Nancy Ostt-mltirf. Miss Smise-r. Lillian Uhristians. Marie Crabtree, Sue Itittes. Q- Q x Remember in 5768, . . . skits, of business qirls ,... qanies, of BHAIHQ55 Ed' business nature ,... telephone experience, in business ,... talks from secretaries, all types of businesses ,... trips to bank or other business firms ,... learning business etiquette. . Remember in '57-58, . . . Homecoming parade, freshmen in Fqumuel-IOTneTndkeTS front ,... parent banquet, moms and dads ,... style show, is Cf AmCTiCLl modeling ,... installation of officers, formal ,... trip, perfect attendance ,... Initiation ,... clean trophies, make them shine. First Ruin: Pheriv Mvlilhue. St-vr+-tar5'. Altn-rta Hartcls. Vt1'0fl'rvsi1ient. Sandra Waltvnl'mam:l1. President ltfuina Davis. 'Frm-as llI't'F, Sf'4"'f1f1 RUWZ NHFY LN' Cart:-r. lin-tty fzllPYYit11ll'T. Judy Bartvls3 Sharon Sasvk, Beverly Enishouscn. Norma tv-upvr. Luis Bt-vkvr, Third Row: Miss Hutton, Miss Parkvy. Sarah llwrstmann, Ifllw Betts. Kathy Bmwaleimi. Sharon Rushing. Mary Tituna. Barbara Israel. Janivv Mason. Ruth Spitzv. Wanda Fry. Fmirth Row: Nanvy Kelly. Shirley Rnemetin. Pat Bet-kmann. Sinttra Mit-hvl. Paliletta Rx-vkmann. Jani-t Bnvkmann. Sandra McMurray. Pat Stevens. Barbara Kraft. Puhlir Relations. i , First Row: Darrell Drake. Gerald Veith. Eldon Schoeber. President. Dwane Meyer. Treasurer. Rny Iiustu, Reporter. Merle Stuhlhut, Vit-e-President, Raymond Veith. Sevrz-tary, Cal Hellrunpr, Sentinel. Imrrel Bush, Lerny Lentz. Sec-und Row: Mr. Seibert. John McAdams. Dun Bade. Hicliartl Brase, Hubert Koenig. Clarence Merkel, Ruhert Stvinrneyer, Hubert Betts, Artie' Gueldner. Bill Keith. Third Row: Imnnie Schauke, Wilbur Gusewelle. Neil Reisinu. Warren Stanlhut. Leroy Hrukhzme, Leu fiiesgielniariii, Mursnnll Bardelmen-r. Dale Prater. Bill Lovsey. Fourth Row. John Williams, Wilbur Burtels. l-Idflie Piquzlrrl. Kenny Nulme. Lloyd Brase. Mzirian Betts lit-nry Lentl. Mike Zeisset. I-Idtiie l-Virizusun, Kim Sivktmert. Sunny Stahlhut. Remember, in '57-58, . . . Selling popcorn at the games, "ten cents, please," . . . soil iudqinq team, first place ,... Green- Futullc FCLTHICTS hands, Chapter tarmers, and State farmers ,... parent and son banquet, what a time ,... party with P.H.A., everyone had fun. Of America Remember in '57-58: . . . ct play for the school, "There Goes 1 -V1 The Bride" ,... cookie sale, out ol cookies ,,.. discuss and D7 drndtlks demonstrate skits, readings, pantomimes ,... see a staae play, . . . rehearsals, Pat, Marina you're on. First Row: Mrs. Prfwkf-r. Pat Rude Sherry Hansen. Marina init-ff. President Shari Rutvirisun. Janet Fruit, Vive-Presivlvnv lntrsi Hutt-.n, Ser-und Row: Mike Brazier, Jewel Jones. Bonnie Lamb. Kendrea Burk. Melanie Kaufmann. Phil l'f-ll Vzirnlyn Sf-nrm-tier Third Raw: have Hoffman, Harold Ham-1,4-k, Jim Love. Runniv I-Znlwe. Set-retary Allnn W:i.la4-e. lid W1-mx. Parrot Wllvluifm Treasurer. Lt of v- Fist Pmn Carroll Hayes hay Phillips Barbara Kooker Joan Anderson Judx Vkenkman Barbara lhumas Blth xlurs 'Nancy Stu-dn Sally Page N1 lry Horan Jane Wiedey Ylrginia Stones Donna Faulk Karen Nislhuitz tirwl Scltrapn Seumd Rem linda Vlarks Judy Quide Jane Pulliam Treasurer 'Vlwra Piarulli Susie xdams B th Huntmr Jill fhirrx Tu Carter. 'slyrna Mallory kathy Blixen. Nlarlene Caulk. Diane Neathammer Iwell Ixunnaly. Rose Bfmer. Koslmarv Svvmnda Lola Frb Carol Svhraite Tliirrl Row Joann Pberhirt Carolyn NinGaup.,hey Carol Filsevwllv Marx Ann Blumsnthal C rvvl Rcltarrlson llilnt I ttn ry Small Thlrasi upklns Jn Ann 0 Dell lnda Shlrlzy Bnrhari xpv ui If nnetl run Ln! i ron n s 1 rltary .In Ann Nliw-.n Betty Henslry Betty Stine I-mirth Rem A udrvy Be ll Hnseann Boualenni Nam y Lange-nfl url Pvnnx than her N me President Pat lhnfle r'-on ll: rlr orrtl i ufrn nr er Bae an min ary vu iave alnl 1 nrtmr alll Rllm Hrwln umm: ull Burr '- irlm Xiirlul 1 5 1 Iblinv Rss Remember in 57 58 Miss L Thompson s talk Christmas in ltaly acquaint members with Roman customs Roman Lcltln Banquet Roman style masters ana slaves and upper lassmen toqas Christmas Bunco like our binqo what lu Remember in '57-185 . . Election ol officers secret ballot . . . H T C I installation at olliders, a darling formal! ,... Initiation ol Fresh- I Tl Ouncl men, wearing ot ladders ,... Sadie Hawkins, Girls, get your dates ,... sinqinq at Christmas, "Silent Niqht, Holy Night," . . . and Council meetings, qoverninq body. First Row: Bliss Hb-lm, Shvila Nivhols. Bonnie Lamb. Diane- Wt-lm Kay lfunkf-. Miss Sloan Ser-onriR'fw1 Marina I.li1'4'n. Vice-President. Arlene YQ-hlinz. Nan:-y Gia:-Hmm-lli. Anita Whited. Carfllyii Fruit, Jam- l'l1llI2iITl, Linda Marks. Tliirrl Rruwi Miss f'unninL:ham. Phyllis Peradntti. Judy Andffrson. Svvrvtary. Marlene Pulliam. Prvsidfdnl, Jllflb' Ilelfs-r Jllflb Williarm. Tri-asiirvr. Miss V. Thompson. an mv C, 4 First Raw: John Mulach. Rai Powell, Tum Lyons. Dave Skamenea. Darrell Harris, Mike Pete-rstln. llwane Vanlltmser, llanny llnlshtluser. Jark Uhr-rry, Ilanny llauenieister. Set-und Row: Miss Helm. Curtis Webb. Bill Lewin. Wayne Miller. Dirk Cassens. Benny Isselhardt. Joe Primrose, liennis Wvhl- inu, Danny Lewis. Mrs. Moran. Third Row: Rich Casna. Poe Pulliam. Sm-vretary-Treasurer, John Fruit, Vive-President llave l-Ilierhart. Walter Guller. Presl- tlent. Dale Haywood. Gerald Che. have ITIPYTIHHKIWNSKI. Russell Sulwmvwn. Joe Scliwalb. Dave Lalcemann. Remember in '57-58: . , . Dr. Cliffs talk, Mathematies in ln' MLlfh dustry ,... talks from engineers, Bob Wehrle, Leslie Wieduwilt, Alvin Wentz, Bob Hyten, Marvin Rushing, and others, thanks, . . . Christmas, Polyhedrons ,... System ol numbers, binary system. , , , Remember in 57,585 . . . listening to recording, bop, vlassirfal, MLLSIC LJSKCTIITICQ reliqious, and other kinds ,.., learning about composers' lives Bach, Roqers, and others ,... learn instruments and how they work ,... different periods of time, music popular in all times. First Row: Mr. Kessingeh. Janet Lanham, Louise Harmon. Pat Allison. Judy Kidd. Susan Satverlee. Var'-lyn 'Vallwrt Gloria Millard. Judy R14-hardsnn. Mary Jane Bailey. Sharon Webb, President. Mary Kay l.eust'hku-, Patti Yr-rnatti, liftls Harmun, Kathy Blase. Semnd Row: David Suhre, Jane Miller. Ruth Kovh, Rhoda Green. Sue Pyle. Fran:-ls Galbraith, Imla Brnwn. .Ieannle Schmidt Betty Massey. Marrella Skagen. Perry Knlhh. Susanne Pane, Sandra Kaufmann, Third Row: Guy Aton. Ronnie Bfvpp. Jlm Burns. Churk Dlttes. Fhuck Deak, Albert Ileffnnvini. Bula Mr-I-Zlwain Tum Parker. Vive-President. Carl Mulllkln. Levis Coultas. Jerry Jnhnsnn. Dave Niehflls. Not present in this pivture, Nellie Fvvx, Harriet Anflffsfln- Judy S-"hWf-llh. Susan Slavlk. Georuia Pnrlew. tfarul Lfwnz, Mary Ann Sr-wtt Doris Se-hramm. Marie Guin: Varul Lear-h. Marifln Treat. Barbara Russell. Sandra Krueger. Luis Finke. Farul Wilt-fix. .Iflyre Harris. Judy Neidltardt. Imnna Suhrf- .lftnet Watsek. Mary Aliee Klaslina. Dee Morrison. Judy Helter, Donna Neuhaus. Pat Gal:liarfl1t. Betty "QHLlllHY'1l'r, Bill liuutla Ken Erb, Jim Thomas. Roger Epperson. Ron Riuus. Keith Prnbst. Buddy Rotter. Ser-retary-Treasurer. Bah Kidd. Bill Jfvhnsrtn Iron Riplintler. Mike Searles. Steve Sc-hueneweis. l-'ir-st Row: Patty Stsimlifer. Farol Overhy. Jerry Gauliurdo. Jim Lucas, Katie Wallace, Secretary-Treasurer. Toni Ladd. George St-hrsimrn. Set-oriu Row: Pilnine lit-lrnkurnp. Liz Svtiaffvr. Joyt-e West. Janire Knight. Terry Pour. Kenny Hyten. Mr. Gibson. Tliirtl Row: l-Ilziine Weller. Vernfl Hellmann. Ray ldtwrhurt. President. Betty Koslow. Barbara Dickmann, Charles Bauman. .lim Young. Nlil-ie l'rt+:ln. Bot, Sl-cllztc-ek. Vive-Presirlent. Plwtogmpliy Spanish Remember in '57-585 . . . monthly snap con- Remember in '57-585 . . . loyce Burnham's tests, doa iiist place ,... exhibits of pictures pictures of Mexico, Thanks Ioyce ,... Miss and slides, where was that? . . . Schoolfwide L. Thompsorfs trip to Spain, what a bull- contest. who will win? . . . photoqraphy fiqhtl . . . Christmas pinata, hit it and break clinic ,... national interscholastic contest, it! . . . Spanish customs, talks and stories, . . . study techniques ol photoqraphy. . . . what fun? First Row: Jay Buehln, Les Frlsse, Elda Meyer. Diane Webb. Vive-President. Karen Penelton. Cynthia Brown. Pearlle Brad- ford. Second Row: Anita Bonser, Mary Ann Schultz. Janice Bult- man, Wanda King. Joyce Met- calfe. Sandra Forshaw. Janet Krieger. Joyce Burnham. Lanny Wlldman. Mary O'Dell. Mike Long. Third Row: Miss Cunnlnzham. Nancy Sannes. Pharlotte Klnpz. Donna Johnson. President. Gloria Silva. Treasurer. Barbara Dodds. Nell Hackett. David Coley. Fourth Row: Jeff C 0 l l l n s. Charles Agles. Terry Fagan. William Day. Wardell Vaughn. Delores Head, Kay Cassens. Sec- retary, Gene Franke. Roger South. Rickey Luster. Kenny Fisher. John Sannes. First Row: Alisa t'unningh:im. Joanne Ilzirtiizrfvl. Judy tlsten- tin: f, Put Varlzilu tn-rn-. Pam Ulmernieyer. Pat Ft-rny. lllvzi tihiplcowski. Vonnie lluntt-, t':irol Bm-ss. Carol Vnnllooser. Paula Keller, llorothy Uzitalano. Second Row: Sharon lirli. Gail Prohzat. Mary Davis. Jo Ann Hazzard. N a n t' y In-Sherlia. Emma Dawson, Marcia Rice. Martha Bush. Shirley Burnett. Sandra Burpzentlorff. D i a ne Harris, Judy XVernt-r. Sue Sim- YUUDS. Third Row: Jim Sharp. Ray Cori. Jerry Stromz. K e n n y Daecti. Jesse Sones. David Kyro. Barbara Hellrunu. Kay Han- vey. Jim Hazzard. Ronnie Lenz. Jim llotin. Technicians Remember in '57-58, . . . play records at dances, "Chances Are" ,... sound system at aames, . . . footliqhts a nlays, "Sam, Darli left end and captain, nd microphones, :it na", . . . the learning all about the electronics and other equipment, First How: Webh Lewis. President, fit-.true Sehrnmm, John St. John, Jay Biirhtn. Larry Unger, Robert Wells, Second Row: Arnold Lewis, Charles Deak, ering, Nelson South. Bill Amzur. Merle Reiter, Jim Jackson. Bob XVlse, Joe Svhwaltn. Mike McLean. Larry Mostly. Charles llittes, Dennis Rim:- Youmz. Ric-ky Luster, Romer Third How: Mr. Reust-her, Fred Klll1'lt'F. Dave West, Secretary-Treasurer, Bill Bur- ian. Jim Mich el. Dave Nichols, Boll Mt-- Elwaln, Vice-President, Tom Parker. Furl Mulllkin, Mike Gower. Jlm Woods, Radio Electronics Remember in '57-58, . . . a new club, what trouble ,... passinq an examin- ation, man! that was easy ,... Mr. Klarman, sponsor, unusual equipme . . . demonstration of nt, Iim's transistor radio, . . . seven members, boys, if in- terested we'd like t o have you. First Row' Jlm Buvh, Secretary-Treasurer. David Hanser, and. Franklin Kovarik. Ed VViep:- Second Row: Jerry Wells. President. Jim Boyle. Allan Wallace Vive-President Mr. Klarman. Visual Aids Remember in '57-58, . . . trouble with movie machines, ii inq all kinds of . . . the films breaki o screws! . . . watch- movies, such fun! na at the aood parts, ohhhhl, . . . qettinq films for all teach- ers, which one do you want? . . . a great Job done thanks, boys. for our enjoyment, First How Miss tim-ddel, Hai Povwll Xifehb Lewis. Van Nash. Hay S14-km-rt. Ilanny Lewis, I-Id Wieuund. Srmollxl Hou David Kyro I-lddie fimziv-r Benny lsselhar dt. Jerome Z:-lsset In-r.nis Tniior Kenny Sthinidt Frslnklln K-fxsnrik Page . il XX PROM PQOGRATNA , 'Wife 4 5 Hn 'ff' "1 RX I x ,- 1 Q, x f fx . WM :Q Jw xv J XJ 'K Xl, , z-'egg Q ! ww, Vi? 4 aa? fw ' 1 1, 1 1 11 1- .a fV' r ia- x 'B I 'L fri, 1 ft! x Bikiiix ing 5,1 Y 1: ,3- 53 5, 2 fr 35: '- .will He,-"BB Q .'-'K 0 e,,g.wf4' A ff FA fiiig BDE Qi e-6?!4 K 1-vii sit brief, s8Pf,g . 1,3 if 5 ' fs" .3 N' ,ar rv. 11 Y asv: 1 xtxvfi. i - -ik' + F :usd if Exggfl , 5 V 55159 1- , 1 bf f, ,gixx Q' 1'- fy, sw, 1, 1 Bruin Dorsey Marina Lucco, Homecoming Queen Jenin Cherry lille Haywood Carrol Wildman. Royal Escort David Eterhdrt P lI1 Cell Sharon Reusche r Debbie Caulk Homecoming The homecoming week-end began on Thursday evening with a boisterous parade and pep rally, followed by a bean dance in the cafeteria. The assembly skit, presented by Mrs. Crackers first hour speech class, pre- dicted a victory which ended in a de- feat handed us by the Belleville team. The climax oi the festivities came Sat- urday night with the coronation and dance. Serving as mistress of cere- monies for the evening was Patricia Bode. There were many moments oi mystery and suspense until the grac- f, , , , ious and charming queen, Marina, ana her escort, Carrol, were' announced, After a dance led by Marina and Carrol, the guests enioyed dancing to the music of Carl Mack and the Kings Men. Page one hundred thirteen fn s X Queen Marma and her royal escort Carrol Elaine Alberter. Terry Fagan Tom Carter, Mlchael Mateyka Linda Marks, Darrell Schaalce Carolyn Fruit, Joe Pulliam Halloween Party Ghosts, qobtins, and witches were seen turktnq about the gym on the eveninq ot our annual Halloween party. The rnasqueraders danced to the music of Walt Sch1emer's orchestra. Alter the prizes were awarded tor the best cos- tumes, the eveninq was topped off by appropriate refreshments. Snuw White and the Seven In ul were there, tau. -M-vwfwvm '59 K ' .4 2 ' E:5.g5ii'S':: - :if ..,. vf :""s,2ihffI Page one hundred sixteen 5 ,195 223' I 3 ,wa 'E Q J" - "iw P, 4 . 2 H: 2 1' ww .9 4. . M, fffff , 65 gg ,Q ff fi? W5 b EFX X e- -4117 Y I :INN ., S 15.6 I .,4 I .ra-I ,Q gh, lx- 1 XO xx N NIJ Q' '11 A 'REE 'Q we g xalfnfkia s-KW! W V1 U v 1 Jhy. ., 5.4 it 1. I- funNoJohn wx .g.s. 1' .1 .so ll!! Q Pie pleyl JIIIIIIYLDVOIIHI lin. Jlnlrfwih :lio- nging moyer MA '. ploy their noted IALENT. , .leennleChofry ndbelo wood show flair PERIJN-7. ALITY plus. Doing what envy good STU- DENT should do on Ronnie Enloe ond Jenloo Dllff. ' 0 Janet Kublook ond Duane Von Hooeor ere doing who! most 0 IYPICAL SENIORS do, talk- 09- orohnofed. Ire for Noll 41 fn.. .0 ik. 1, O ear yrl Hear ye! lust :A few nf the many --1.4 hnunris in line for refre-shmc-nts. I-lxvltvment lllUll'I'S as .Iuhn lrle-5 Yu fmri the Flmlvre-lla. Fm thv4'114"m- S - f 'fu . s xt. Jimmy? .X rlnsv 1-:lam-v at our lfwn-ly Clnnivrella. 'X E O4 - J JunioTfSenioT Prom .F l'm.pIe-r vnvuld lsr' sm-u u:U!7mu: thrf-mlb Irv mph! ' .Sf -4-'fx mv" .n.,m,s Y-.-J ' X v f., -,W 1 ' v It a Q 2, Y x Wg W -3. f 29? XY! ki! x f ,.,. v- , H-4,1 v ,4,,. . "-. MAA, Yffhll' "E " I'f7 0 rnm fr7l7IliTl'fj fw'vv!1,fnw Y7 First Row: Dave Huffman. Ed XVentz. Steve Schoeneweis. Second Row: Katie VVallaee. Carl Mullikin. Jewel Jones Bill Huului, Melanie Kaufman. Darlene Helmich. Third Row: Bonnie Lamb. Nancy Giacomelli, Myron Sehu- rnac-lier. Walter Guller. Verna Hellman. Bnh Kidd. Allan Wallace. Mary Jane Burnham. Gayla Krrwuse. Please. girls. get together on your vheers. Whats the matter. Carlg dun't you like our music? Num Btll and Jewel alone at last, Junior Play Lcruqhter filled the qyrn on the eveninq of November 22 when the junior closs put on the threeoct comedy, "Riddle Me Riches." The setting was on over' oqe smoll town, ond the plot revolved dround o quiz show. The ploy wos produced ond directed by Mrs. Worm- brodt, assisted by Miss Lonqholer. Ester Taylor . Thomas Taylor Chuck ........ Patty . Danny Hudson Edmund Davis Susie Bryant . Bob Callaway Olive Kendall . Rufus B, Hill Adeline Hill .. Maral Kay .. Sam Vlftlson .. Hilda Sorenson Truck Driver Melanie Kaufman ,. Carl Mulltktn Ed VVentz Jewel Jones Steve Schoenewels . David Hoffman .. Gayla Krnuse ..... Blll Houha Nancy Glacomelli . .. ....... Allan Wallace ., . Mary Jane Burnham Bonnie Lamb .. Walter Guller Verna Hellman . ,. . Bob Kidd Senior Play Did Maxine Lowe really murder her husbandg is she quiliy or inno- cent? This led to the plot of the senior class play, "The People versus Maxine Lowe." The play was oresented on May 2 and was produced and directed by Mrs. Crocker. rv' 'la Nancy Mueller, Marina Lucco. Harriet Anderson. Jean Burnett. Marlene Howerton, Phyllis Cell. Jim Sharp, Ronnie Enloe. Pat Bode. Rich Kretschmer, Mike Gower. Carolyn Schroeder. Janet Fruit. JoAnn Goertz. Betty Michel. Edna Brushett ,. Francis Marston . , , Court Clerk . .. Honorable John XVeston Jessalyn Meredity , Warren Cass . ., . James Hathaway . Maxine Lowe . . . Alice Jackson . Court Reporter ..... . Dr. Frederick Mllgrlm Thomas Quinn , Vincent Barclay . Minnie Strausson . . Eve Vlzonne . ,. Irene Holt . . Sarah Lorrison . . Kose Malone .... . , Janet Kublcek Jean Burnett Marlene Howerton ., Jim Sharp Marina Lurro . Ronnie Enloe . Dale Haywood , .. Pat Bode .. Betty Michel ,. Phyllis Cell . Jim Buch . .. Mike Gower Rltch Kretschmer Harriet Anderson . Janet Fruit Nancy Mueller .. JoAnn Goertz Carolyn Schroeder JURY Warren Holtman, Scotty Dean, Judy Anderson. Sue Dlttes. Kendrea Burk. Ronnie Lenz. Harold Hancock. Mike Brazier. David Hart, Janice Durr, Kathy Roberts, Shari Roh- inson. Business Manager . Jim Love First Row. Mrs. Prof-ks-r, Marlene llowerton, Janet Fruit. Carolyn Svhroeder Lots Moore. Pat Bode. Nancy Mueller. Harriet Ander- son. JoAnn Goertz, Mary Ann Bro:-kmeler. Second Row: Marina liucco. Betty Michel. Scotty Dean. Warren Holtman. Judy Anderson. Shari Robinson. Kr-nrirea Burke. Kathy Roberts, Jean Burnett. JoAnn Altefozt. Jim Bur-h. Third Row: Dale Haywood Rltrh Kretsr-hmer. Mike Gower. Mike Brazier, Harold Hancock Phyllis Cell. Dave Hart, Ronnie Lenz, Janice Durr, Sue Dlttes. Mary Ann Cerny, Jim Love. Kay Hotz. Jim Sharp. Ronnie Enloe. 6 . P Tw Hz Y Clubs Tau Iota Sigma. Seniors 5 04355 A7 H Spy, 'UQ1 F Rm 1 Sigma Them Pl Juniors Beta Delta Gamma Juniors X Zeta Gamma Sophomores Zeta Gamma Freshman Page one hundred twenty four f ,JV Mya. ., X, 3' , , '.' Q , A 4 , .7 ' Q ,N 5' by" V - Y V K ,A " A- A , if V ' I rm Q A . ' L 1 4 5 X V NJ L3 ' f e 2 Q , !. , ,- i b A gk K Q' 5 'f 4. ff K . ' N SI , II NI IQ' gh! ' I? Il bf 'X .Qi 7 ,. I I ,fl un' -"FN wk W ll LTII-IIIIIW "EDWARDSVILLE NATIONAL" AND H YES THERE IS A CONNECTION Beyond the general lnterest we would naturally have 1n our school system we have a specual lnterest because E H S has supplled us wlth many of our present and past employees On our staff are loyal supporters of E H S ltS varlous 8CtlV1tleS and lts athletlc program IT MAY BE TO YOUR ADVANTAGE to be numbered among our more than 10 000 customers because It IS well to be known at th1s bank for accommodatlon and for reference THE ROA EDUCATIONAL FUND of WhlCh th1s bank IS Trustee IS at the present tlme supplyxng f1nanc1al ald for hlgher educatlon to a number of male graduates of E H S Th1s fund was establlshed by Frederlc and Katherlne Roa El1g1b1l1ty requlrements are determmed by Jomt actlon of the Board of Educatlon and thxs bank YOU SHOULD BE CONNECTED WHERE CONNECTIONS ARE MEANINGFUL Q P' JA Enwf-uv. 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Second St. CAROL KOLESA and CAROL BESS examine a MR BROOKS shows DONNA NEUHAUS the Mouse t many selections of lewelry at M O D E O D A Y I28BNMamSfreef 148 Phone 784 Phone 3 SUHRE S FURNITURE 8: APPLIANCE Inc ' Your Furnzlure, Carpeizng and Appliance Cenler ' WE SERVICE WHAT WE SELL 241 N. Mam Street Phone 1585 Page one hundred twenty ezght ,. Y .. A +2 8 . . I 213 N.Main se. ' N 'II fi , 1 a I I 0 K l n U I MOTTAR DRUG COMPANY EDWARDSVILLE ILLINOIS Good HeaII'h +o All From Rexall PHONE 67 AIR coNDlTloNED HAMEL STATE BANK The New Bank for BARBARA FIEGENBAUM nd JANET WEH MEYER LUJEAN KARNS d DORLENE RIGGS Y O N A K A JEWELRY sToRE Your Convenience 112 N Ma n HAMEL ILLINOIS MEMBER F DI C Phone I943 Pg hnd I - .iq ' ""x, R, ' I 3 , - I I , H 1 P sly . 1 r""""' ' ' , , a V- examine china and crystal shown by an af . . . i I a eone u 'redtwe zy- JUDY WILHARM having her formal flffed by EVELYN DUGGER l36N Fillmore K L U E T E R PURINA FEED STORE Phone 2943 Troy Road Phone 374 KATIE WALLACE and DONNA BROCKMEIER fransachng business with CHUCK SCHMIDT af OSCAR SCHMIDT AGENCY Oscar Schmudt Charles IChuckl Schmldf Otto lBuckJ Homann Walt Schlemer 124 ST LOUIS ST EDWARDSVILLE Page one hundred thzrty me f Y fr, 4' 'M' an-A ., -gf ,E i fb , , 2, . 4 I ' T B , Q '- rf' Qi 51 V ,a A ky Q92 - I I -ii. WILBUR GUSEWELLE DALE REISING NEIL REISING d LARRY SUHRE SUHRE S GAS 8: APPLIANCE CO IN I-IANIEI. ILLINOIS 'KJ' ROY SPITZE JANET FRUIT d BILL JOHNSON EOWARDSVILLE FROZEN FREDMAN BROS FOODS FURNITURE CO INC 117119 N mam Sf Phone 400 246 N Ma H 5' Phone 1477 Pg hddth ' It s ' , , an in front of one of Larry's fafher's trucks at I I I , Wg W A f 32 , 5 I -I . ' , Q ' ' ' , a meat cuher af an examine a cedar chest af U ., . , - - . I . - a e one un re irty-O l1a'l!Y MYRNA KRUCKEBERG and NANCY CARTER Z! ANDI MYERS an employee at the marvel at the knlcknacks at M E L O D Y B A R SOUTHWICK S GIFTS 'RN Ma"' shows DAVID HOFFMAN one of the 154 N Main many album selectlons Getting Dairy Products at EDWARDSVILLE CREAMERY CO. are HARRY DUBETZ and JANETTE KESSMAN West Park and Johnson Streets Phone 364 365 Page one hundred thzrty two .A. 1 A A. ' ' D1 - 'l tb jvv l . ' l . ' Co gral lalzons lo the Class 1958 RGHRKASTE DAIRY Milk Bar Dellcafessen Famous for Our Super Thsck MaH's and Flne Dairy Proclucfs P hddh h Macilson Coun+y Trac+or and Equlpmen+ Company GENERAL ELEGTRIG Household Appliances LESS WORK MORE INCOME n 1' R A C T 0 R PER ACRE FARM EQUIPMENT I I 1' lI1m'tyAj'ozzr W' LINEN SERVI It ' Y Left to right Maurice Mlxon Peggy Knlbb Jean Cherry Erma Wlllmore Sarah Horstman Dave Wledu wllt Dave Eberhardt Congratulations To Class of l958 IF IN THE FUTURE you should go Into Business get your Towel Supplles from MODERNE LINEN SEVICE Madison County's Largest Laundry devoted "To Serving Modern Business" PHONE 3371 TROY, ILL Page one hundred tlzzrty fwe V ' . 4 . ,JL- A. - . -4 A 5 1- W v , 5 1 1 1 1 1 ' I . . . . . Congratularzons to BLUME S APPAREL IMNMAIN Class of I958 EDWARDSVILLE HAMEL LUMBER CO KANSAS STREET MARKET " H CHOICE MEATS d GROCERIES H F M I YOUR FRIENDLY CORNER GROCER N WEHMEYER K FISCHER Ph e643 415 N Ka F1 5 ff 'Q' 'W ESQEGI 'EQ QU FOR BEAUTY AND PERFORMANCE Im It pays to bulld of buck ' ' nn 7 They do not burn nor decay ' ' ' They are everlastlng RICHARDS BRICK CO EDWARDSVILLE ST LOUIS I FACE BRICK O COMMON BRICK 0 HOLLOW TILE 0 GLASS BLOCKS I BUILDING BLOCKS 0 FLUE LINING 0 GLASS BLOCK VENTILATORS Pg hddth TUDOR HEATING 907 Longfellow Phonel93 C R COCHRAN DSC Chl opodlsi Fool SPeCI8lISl Bank of Edwa ds llle Bldg Edwardsville FREDERIC E SPRINGER ATTORNEY AT LAW Ed a ds Ile Nahonal Bank Bldg Q1 iifjrwf IMBER S MEN S WEAR GERBIG S BAKERY Bake s of Sally Ann Products Edwards llle Ill George and Mary Laufner 461 E. VANDALIA STREET Route 66 HI WAY CAFE DESMOND PLUMBING and HEATING Contractors and Suppliers Phone 1820 EDWARDSVH-I-E are sr. Louis STREET P ge one hundre dth CONOCO PRODUCTS Super Motor Oul HAMEL OIL COMPANY Hamel Illmols Phone 2X26 or IOX22 EDWARDSVILLE CONSUMERS COAL CO 200 West Hlgh Street Phone 470 66 BOWL 300 West Vandalla St KAST STANDARD SERVICE STANDARD OIL PRODUCTS Phone 1513 301 South Buchanan EDWARDSVILLE ILLINOIS CLYDE METCALF AGENCY Insurance and Real Estate Phone I78 or 13l2W L U X T H E A T R E Edwardsville III Pg hddthty gt E. J. SHEPARD OFFICE SUPPLY OFFICE MACHINES OFFICE SUPPLIES ILLINOIS FURNITURE SCHOOL SUPPLIES I32 No th Ma Phone 989 I"IC FASHION BOOTERY For Bette Qual ty m Better Styles n All Prlce Ranges FINE FOOTWEAR FOR THE E P SCHNEIDER FUNERAL HOME ASSOCIATED SERVICE Madison Store Bu Id ng EDWARDSVILLE ILL LANGENDORF REFRIGERATION and HEATING Phone 208 GUARANTY ABSTRACT 81 TITLE CO P9 hnd dth ty r in I Ll T , ' i i " r i ' i ' u I ' ENTIRE FAMILY Compliments of Compliments of a eone u re ir Compliments of LEROY M. FINK, D.D.S. Edwardsville National Bank IRMA'S BEAUTY SALON BUi'di"9 EDWARDSVILLE, ILL. Compl1n1enlQ of WILLIAM E DELICATE M D E3j?,fgZi0I'Q?aIT,?,f,1Mifiulvomen Am There' s a Reason' C,o1IIpIzmentsof F ELDON M DURR NATIONAL BANK BUILDING 514 sf Lowssfreef EDWARDSVILLE ILL 'Bl Q ElJL.L..,Lm!.!'LL YEA n V if' Low 655 WEBER FORMERLY MARKS WEBER S ?une'zag ffome 304 NO RTH MAIN STREET EDWARDSVILLE Page one hundred forty v ' A I . . I . . I 1 - , I It L I I . . , . 4 4'-1' L ' , "AJ, L f '5aAQgf I' I ' L xi' . f I 5 xr ' " P I I XR I 'LQ' IPL. lf: -L ' i t A- 1 '. , 1 Q ,- . :l: I 1 ' X.. ' ' " 'H -Erin X 'Q Q53 ' --, ' ep , " f' ' ' la L 1 I " I-I " ,ff A ww . 1 gl 1 N . ' 2 -V fl- - ' ' ' L51 ' - --' -- ' x -- s Y rf" A '---' ' -. .v' HOME ABSTRACT 81 TITLE MEYER TELEVISION NM Sales 8: Service 46 2 NM t EDWIN H BURNS Ab I NURSERY Landscape Service Hllb SECURITY CREDIT COMPANY New and Used Car FlI13I'lClng CASSENS INSURANCE AGENCY General Insurance PHONE 20 Pg hmidfty CompIiments of Phone 2 25 . ain S . ain Street Phone Ed ardsville, Illinois Edwardsville 53 Dependable s ract and Title Service Representing Title Insurance Corporation of St. Louis Easl Franklin Road Edwardsville, Ill. H ' are , if .Zi fl af W I 4 ,, E, I , ,-4 ff ' .fgfj I fag! if ,Q l2l i s oro Ave. Edwardsville, III. 8077.6 ll. Te OT -O 5? X SAVINGS ARE ESSENTIAL 1 M44 ,J I . , I Whether it be sickness - some other emergency - or XX busmess opportunlty that calls for money 1n a hurry you wlll SNNGS be ready to meet the sltuatlon 1f you save To be sure there s cash ready for you start your savlngs account now Each savlngs account lnsured to S10 000 00 EDWARDSVILLE SAVINGS and LOAN ASSOCIATION Phone 88 I40 North Mann Sfreef I EDWARDSVILLE MOTOR SERVICE HAMEL FARM MACHINERY REFRIGERATION Tractor Service 0 Repalrs 0 Weldlng Elmer Speckman C P em FIRESTONE TIRES KRIEGE HARDWARE D X PRODUCTS 112 E VANDALIA ST Hamel Illmols PHONE 588 Page 0 e hund ed forty two , ,a a I I E In y I M My g' ' . SERVICE COMPANY om lim n f ALL FORMS OF INSURANCE REAL ESTATE FARM SUPPLIES WILERED c EILERS II5 St And e s AGENCY Pho e284 ofEd ds II EDWARDSVILLE Pho e 7,6 J W BUSKER 81 SCN H A R D W A R E GIFTWARE PAINTS APPLIANCES SCHUMACHER S SPORTING GOODS SERVICE STATION T Ieph e115 EDWARDSVILLE ILL N "'M S'e MW PM xr Complzmenfs H MOORE 8. STORK 'mcg CLEANERS g 124 N Ma St Q df! . r w n Bank war vi eBIcIg. n , , Compliments of u e on IOI6 or ain r ef I I IxQfLff12wEi Q50 I I ",q II iz, Compliments of I SIIII cIfs Of SIP L, F OII' T' iT'-rf 'I' QT iff?" . in . Pa eone hundre or ybth COVERS and BINDING OF I958 TIGER WELLS TIRE SALES Inc BECKTOLD COMPANY CLOVER LEAF HOME I N M St 122 848 SAVINGS HERE BRING ATTRACTIVE EARNINGS WITH INSURED SAFETY f f ' f by I 0 St. Louis, Mo. guiffng anal ogzan .xddfiociafion 48 . ain .-Edward IIe,IIIinois Phones - ndred ofrt - OVERBECK S The Home of FIne Wallpaper and Pamfs 120 N Ma n Sf Ed ards Ille III BE FASHION WISE WITH BUDGET BUYS from +I1e SHOPS WILLIAM G STRAUBE MECHANIC S PLANING MILL Inc PHONE 487 JOHNSTON CHOCOLATES Brach s Candles Founta n SuppIIes WEEKE WHOLESALE COMPANY L E X O W S wEsTINGI-louse APPLIANCES ELECTRIC CONTRACTING ERNEST W LINDEN M D Bohm Bu Idlng BEKEMEYER TRACTOR 8I IMPLEMENT CO WELDING and REPAIR SERVICE Hamel IIlInoIs DR C L BROCKMEIER BANK OF EDWARDSVILLE BLDG OSTEOPATHIC PHYSICIAN MARSHALL F WAYNE D Clover Leaf Home Loan BuIIdIng Edwardsvllle III DR ROBERT W WEIR cI-IIRoPRAcToR Pg haafzy Compliments of - Complzments of I ll ' ' ' II . I . w V- I I Compliments of I , . , . L E E I ' lv , 9' 6 ', Ilxzll J B , K ,X 4 ' 0 A i 1 I XI' - I . , . . i . I . Compliments of I ' T -1 a eone un re or -fiv wl BOBS BAND BOX CLEANERS 81 LAUNDERERS NO SHRINKING NO FADING NO ODOR A Laundry and D y Clean ng Service io Fmt Everyone s Purpose YOUR APPEARANCE IS OUR BUSINESS PRESENTING THE SEASON S OUTSTANDING ENTERTAINMENT IN A MODERN COMFORTABLE ll2 II4 S M I S Ed ards llle FRIENDLY ATMOSPHERE phone 28 ROBERT L MARKS EBERHART SIGNS D D s 200 S F H O Edwardsville Sav ngs and Loan Bldg I m re Edwardsville III PHONE 256 Eberhart Slgns Anyfhlng DON COFFMAN INSURANCE AGENCY HOTZ HARDWARE 130 North Mam HENRY L. MALENCH, M.D. EDWARDSVILLE, ILLINOIS e one hundred forty sax I o o r i , l ' 'I - . a'n I. w v' ' i . , . Compliments of For The Besi Donuls m Town It s THE DONUT SHOP fm" 1100 QUADES PHILLIPS 66 TRUCK SERVICE W V d P HAMEL ILLINOIS Complzmenis o HAMEL CO OPERATIVE GRAIN CO ELMER MORITZ M g HAMEL Phone I5 CARPENTER Phone Edwardsville 2833 MONT STATION Phone Edwardsvulle I634R2 Pg hddfty CALL 661 SAVE 35? on Your Cleamng Bull Make Us Prove It Ladies Men s Ladies Ladies Ladies Men s Dress S1 00 Sult 00 Sult 00 Sknrt c Sweater 55c Pants c Men s Tles c Complzments of Wilson Construction and Development Co AND Earl C Wilson Agency All Under Wllson Management COMPLETE REAL ESTATE AND Quality Workmanshlp Prompt Service INSURANCE SERVICE Cleaned In a M d wgf E Franklin Edwardsville U1-Zgnplanf DEPT STURES Madison County Mutual AUTOMOBILE INSURANCE COMPANY A Servzce Tha! Serves 306 Edwardsville National Bank Bulldlng Phone 96l Page one hundred forty ezght ' ' ' 1. . ' ' ' ' , 55 ' 55 ' ' ' S, . 15 oo . . 0 , e C. MQW CK I ,, MCI-EAN ATKINSON S SHELL SERVICE T V SERVICE Pho e 1121 Phone 220 P k nd Buch an Sf eefs LEWIS ROAD Lub cat n C wash ng IMIe West onU S 66 F est eT EDWARDSVILLE ILLINOIS Batte VA'-ENTINS 'GA FLAGG AND CORLEW Super MarIce'I' FOR FINEST MEATS AND GRQCERIES IISA NORTH MAIN STREET ENGINEERS 604 F a k' " Road EDWARDSVILLE ILL Phone 407 BUHRMESTER CLAYTON CLEANERS PAPER AND PAINT CO 501 NORTH MAIN STREET 201 203 N SECOND STREET EDWARDSVILLE ILL EDWARDSVILLE 'LL Pg hnddfy I l l n ar a an r . . . ll i II rl I0 - ar I ' ' ir on ires I ries iw ' 76, A , ' I "V en. ,W 5 g 'I'a3'A A L ui I I I r n i , . Compliments of O , . , . a eone u re oft -n MuslcaIIy Yours WALT SCHLEMER ORCHESTRA P...,.,e145Q Goan HAMEL HARDWARE 8: APPLIANCES Ernst Bo'H'Ie Gas Service ALBERT ERNST Proprietor Phone Hamel 44 MEL Sronrm NM Sromz EDWARDSVIILLE ILL gc f 9 ' d ', 9 SMALL ELECTRICAL APPLIANCE REPAIRS MADISON STORE 68 Years on the Square BUCKLES TRANSFER DICK H MUDGE JR JOHN G MUDGE WESTERN AUTO ASSOCIATE STORE T JANSEN Proprietor 315 N Mann Street Phone 73 h nd dfffy PERSONAL LOANS S50 00 Io S800 00 MIDWEST LOAN COMPANY 152 N Mann Sf EDWARDSVILLE ILL Phone 1082 102A East Mann SI' COLLINSVILLE ILL Phone Dickens 4 5100 Complzments of DR I L BOYER oPToME'rmsT 250 N Mann Wlldey Bldg Edwardsville Complzments of DR CECELIA M HELLRUNG 9 N Mann S1 Edwardsvllle I Cmnplzments of DR WAYNE B COX oP'roMETRls'r - - -vw SHOP AT LEU S IGA MARKET THE HOME OF CHOICE MEAT GROCERIES and PRODUCE Located at 142 N Mann S1 Phone 58 KERMIT LEU Proprlefor Wehmeyer Conoco Service Slmomzlng Waxing B F GOODRICH TIRES AND BATTERIES Phone 48 Hamel llllnous Suhre s I G A Sfore Complzments of ROY HALBE P,.,,f..,,.,, P N HIRSCH Hamel Illmols 122 N Mann Si' Edwardsville One hundred frfty one Q I I . I . 0 I . ' I 41 . ' . ' , ll. , . I . . . A S I I I I. E4 E A L2 'Q 1 . 7 rf! I? n , '- gf? ' X I I A I Il I I O O O ' I I ' . I O I I 0 I l , . . O h Congratulations lo The 1958 Tiger V SHEET METAL and B S WARM AIR HEATING 311 North Mann Street Fllllng PYCSCYIPIIODS In Edwaldsvllle Eldor Emrlch SIHCC 1 8 'NTFVK 5 'M JL 111 gzullteeaf' f Weenie' J T A ,, li , 136 N Mann St Woodlawn Gardens Phone272 J H BLIXEN 1407 St Louls Street ddf DSVILL! INOIS ... . 5 W' , .yn A S i gr yfm C ' I .xxx-r '11 Compliments of A . T T V, A 1 U I H . X, x - ax c' ' A A Z ,V gy , g,, ,fl . f. . Connfwm 11:-'N ' 'A X9 A 1 Compliments of e un 're ifty-two FLOYD SPENGEL General Confracfor 36 Clrcle Drlve PHONE 2405 EDWARDSVILLE ILLINOIS T E D S M A R K E T GRocERlEs and MEATS 1310 N Maln SI' Phone 665 F R U I T S STANDARD SERVICE 305 West Vandalla STANDARD OIL PRODUCTS FINNEY S FLOWERS FINEST FLOWERS FROM FINNEYS Special ze In Weddings Phone 3313 EDWARDSVILLE ILLINOIS f' Compliments 0 EICKMANN STUDIO Ohddf Wes+ End Servlce S+a'hon ST LOUIS and WEST STREETS S PHONE 1135 PAINT STORE EDWARDSVILLE ILLINOIS Robert IDocJ HeIdInger and Henry IHankJ Dohle 222 N Maln S1 See us for your Palnhng Needs COIT1pIIfT1en'I'S Brmg Your Palnhng O a Problems fo us Frlend Mex? Rosenthal Insurance Agency NORMAN W RQSENTHAL Realtor Ire Auto Casualty Bonds L1 e AN INSURANCE PREMIUM WON T BREAK YOU N0fafY PUIJIIC Phone I I6 Res 525 AL Insurance F or Home arm or Busmess OSS MAY 217 S Buchanan Sf Edwardsvllle Ill One hundred fzfty four I I I 0 I O or 'F Q V3 I ' If in , W, ' I Q? -TI I ffl- ,I If-i . - I X ,f-'S' I Y I I K1 V Y O ' ' , o ' ' I 9 F , ll I . ll , . I - ' I HAROLD AC-BNEW SHELL SERV CE Fast Service for Busy People Phone 1152 Dunn and Mam Streets Edwardsville Ill Y NEW YORK LIFE Ag t Waldo L T Vuagmaux SPECIAL NYLIC AGENT NEW YORK LIFE INSURANCE C0 H II b 246 To the 1958 Graduates Good luc lo you always EULALIA HOTZ Your County Clerlc cad Lg would FUNERAL HOME Mortuary Service Oxygen Equipped Ambulance 210 N KANSAS ST Phone 577 EDwARDsvlLLE ILL Onehnd dfftyf . 13 .1 , . our en in Edwardsville is I I O Life Insurance - Accident and Sickness Lifetime Hospital and Surgical Expense Insurance 309 i s oro Avenue Phone 5 A A Q 1 , . u re i - H KRIEGE HATCHERY CO Barfon and Sons Co EDWARDSVILLE New ALToN RoAD Bellevulle Ldchfleld Best W :shes Tzgers OME NURSER GREENHOUSES ERNEST TOSOVSKY P d 1' CUT FLOWERS ' TREES ' PLANTS ' SI-IRUBS MEMBERS OF F T D PHONE 1790 AND 1791 EDWARDSVILLE ILLINOIS teCfy WoodR e dSf T0 SERVE YOU SAY IT WITH FLOWERS O hmi dffty C mpliments of C mpliments of D Cl s a J! Q, his 1 1 1 gm , ,E 1 , 5. Fi : K , s L 1 - 51 :Tv ,J Ay 5 ,V "' ff MA 1 xv 705' fin. ' 1 , resi on . . . O I Stores af Grani i , iv r an aunfon 64 11 ne u re i -six V BRUCE O FIEGENBAUM Insurance and Real Estate 232 S Buchanan St Edwards :Ile C A I N L U M B E R Lumsen PAINT HARDWARE MAURICE R HILL D D S 409 BANK OF EDWARDSVILLE BUILDING The Frzendly Yard I507 Troy Road Phone I72I EDWARDSVILLE ILLINOIS JERREC COLLINS M D II7 Llnden MUSSO S Restaurant and Bar North Sude of Court House Steak Ch cken Spaghetti Sandwiches and Puzza '11 Comphmenls o Wllllam D Plzzlnl WHOLESALE DISTRIBUTOR PHONE 39 O hundred fzfty sev Q . . V' KK l ,, . I 1 I Q n e I . Q ' n Q . . . . I I 1 I . ' 7 - . f""' ' ' ' 1 I Y ' f O O O I O O i. l.. Congrafulaiionsfoihe C pl, t f CLASS OF "58" DIPPOLD BROS. GRAIN 309 sf. Louis sf. EDWARD A. KANE, AIA ARCHITECT Edwardsville RUSTY S I hundred fifty-eight Congranfulafions +o CLASS OF '58 from EDWARDSVILLE AUTOMOBILE DEALERS ASSOCIATION A Bo+I1man 8: Sons FORD Phone 601 Bu+Ier CI1evroIe+ CHEVROLET Phone I Z3 Cassens 8: Sons Inc DODGE 81 PLYMOUTH Phone 308 Champuon Mo+ors Inc OLDSMOBILE Phone I6 PONTIAC 6: BUICK Phone 35 Mmdrups Au+omo+lve Service DESOTO 81 PLYMOUTH Phone 310 O hnd dhfy Hursi' Pon+iac-Buick, Inc. Y f v I s I THERE IS NO SUBSTITUTE or MONEY IN THE BANK OF EDWARDSVILLE h t t1on rovlded by sound man 1 Your savmgs d6p0S1t0d ln our bank have t e pro ec p agement by regulatlons laws and careful examlnatlons by our membershlp m the Federal DBPOSIL Insurance Corporatlon fwhlch msures the safety of your funds up to S10 000 for each deposltorj 2 We pay up to 36722 per annum on 24 month savlngs certlflcates 3 When you save at our bank you can do all your bankmg under one roof OUR BANK OFFERS ALL THESE ADVANTAGES Buzld Your Savmgs Backlog Wzlh Us' WE INVITE YOU TO USE OUR FREE PARKING LOT THE BIIIIIII IIF EIIW IIIISIIILLE IN BANKING SINCE 1868 Member Federal Reserve System Rhone 57 One hundred sixty TANK, II , ..fv-WTR. . ' if in "'I-if X E Q fag !I5g'1I'?' ' 'III I .e -NNE.: IIQQ V.b, -HB.g.5.2 QP:-' Y ,limi 'q.,1 - , ay , 1 fam? fl' III. Isflliir. F. gr' ,1 ,A - ' F- 1if5"'-1i"S-L- ,gg ,ggi THE COLONIAL AGENCY ISOI NORTH MAIN EDWARDSVILLE ILL. PHONE 38I OR 2708 AGENTS JANE COULTAS BOB COULTAS Une hundred I ty one The abore space reserved for autographs. I S .L' Congratulations ENLOE S LAUNDERETTE PHONE 302 111 E PARK I Printed by Intelligencer Publishing Co. Engravings by Peoria Engraving Co The hrqh school years are a wonderful trme We have heard words to that effect ever srnce we entered L H S but we dont fully apprecrate how true they are unttl we see the end rn vrew We remember our bewrlderment on the frrst day of school when we wandered armlessly desperately trytnq to hnd our next classroom and hopelessly rnrxed up by rnstructrons to use the elevator at the end of the hall By our sophomore year we had rubbed off some of the rouqh edges and begun to feel at home Then too there were new freshmen to torment Our Junror year was almost too qood to be true we were up perclassmen' We buckled down to work and warned the school that Campbells Were Comma for our play We turn ed the cafeterta rnto Cmderellas Palace for the ntqht of the prom Our senror year was the most excrtrnq of all It all we t so fast wrth senror prctures orderrnq announcements betnq measured for caps and gowns tryrnq out for the senror play and all of the mrllron and on other thrnqs that senrors have to do Yet as we thrnk back ov r the qood trmes the drsappornt ments and the hopes of our last four years we realrze how they have all helped us to qo out mio the future as better pre pared younq men and women F , . . 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