Edwardsville High School - Tiger Yearbook (Edwardsville, IL)

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' QQUC TABLE OF CONTENTS: Ac'l'ivi+ies Clubs - Spor+s - Faculfy - - Classes Page Page Page Page Page 8 22 56 78 92 v-ss. -1-2 5 fi v 1 , X , X . 4 J 1 X J K 1 ,I 1 if Q lb, .., ai 1 v. 'fs' 'f fr , -Q 3' 'Z 4 .. R is gi: if . b ' 2 5 , E yy ' ,W Vi 4 1 1 'f Ig ,fx Y, x 5' W ,. ! ' . . M X f A my f is A p ig 1? .x X j x f W' 3: Six Q I '5 LQ wX 8 'QQ' 3 xr m 'ff f 'ii CA. sf ., , ., . 'K ,.. . X' H :Ri 14 , Jw. , H MMA 0 v A . A ,A.',"' f .' V1 ff, p, ,, cg i ? --fs 'V A w . . ,X K- v 2 rx l.wg 5 K dsiixii A ggi! Y A11 Aw Lv ' fir. 4og.. ,fig K if 41,- 2' 1 'C xgc 3. A Ilrzinizitii-s Vliih Tim-rs uh-'mlir lfruiv on thi I rm nu 1 On Thursday. October 2. the big Home- coming week-end began with a parade. a bonfire. and a pep rally. Friday afternoon Mrs. C'rocker's third hour speech class pre- senfed a Homecoming skit. HHave Ball Will Travel." Friday night the Tigers massacred lhe Collinsville Kahoks. 19-0. F.T,A. l"I,OA'l' Ibizinn' .Xllnwlv-r svzslpr Hn- Kulnfks fun tln- l".'1'A Fluiii iff Homecoming ra: im M 'lla fi! . '12 Wifi- Q 5 255 X159 2 mf L X ":' Q . M wg? , n tiff vw. .,. I- 4 I ' ,S ggi' , -' Lai . r, W ,J-H . M 'gs lik' ' 52 V -' , -14. ' vw - , -Q. f ,. 4, . 3 .gm Z Homeuxmlnp. Queen Jesu! Junw l A 'Klux bulx Imroume and Ihmnfl Brrmknleler 12 Wi 2 ,Ag Q Elie I is-tiring Qin-en Nl:n'm:n I,um1 1 wil Jewel .Ionr-S. f ,,5awJ?" WW- .,., , av ie-'rx .leur-l .Innes pays hffnmur- Iv IF 1 ns! 4111+-erlr urilv liojfli. Escort .Jim Hur I1-ks or. As the exciting Homecoming events came to a climax. tensions were released as the loyal subjects of the homecoming court were viewed. Bonnie Lamb. the mistress of ceremonies. announced the names of the Queen and the Royal Escort. The audience viewed, for the first time, the 1958-59 Homecoming Queen. .Jewel Jones, and her Royal Escort. .lim Burns. Queen Jewel Jones and her Royal Escorl' Jim Burns are surrounded by fha l958-59 Homecoming Courl. ' Mike Peterson Gayla Krouse Pamela Michel Bob Waugh King Dexter Carolyn Noll Sheila Nichols Rlon Bopp Sue Brockmeier Walter Guller Faye Zenk , vc: .Q TIGER TCJWN After long hours of hard work and many Everyone takes time backaches later ..., of fun. .1 16 1-'rum row. left to right: Benny lsselhnrdt. Shawn Putmn, Ronnie Aubrecht. Tum Barton and Diane Allwrter, Sei-und rflw, left in riy:l.t: Paul Vernun. Lzivorme Pinwui. Darwin Huywm lil. Limlzl Mussi. Vi-rnzi IIQ-llmun. I-lilwzlrrl XVx'r1lz and '.lnmi:i Marks. Bm-k run. le-lil to right' I-Ilziino Altwrtz-r. si-i-rm-tary: Ilziylzi Krmisv. viva' prvsilli-H13 Nunvy Ilizwurlwlli, trezisurcrg Wultvr Gulli-r. prvsi- iivnt. out for an :iftvrnrmn Bunny Beaver, portrayed by Diane Webb, is disguised as a hillbilly JUNIOR PLAY Much laughter was heard during the evening of November 21, as the junior class presented the annual class play. The action of this comedy took place in the suburb of a small Midwest city. The play was directed by Miss Colebar. CAST Gazella Upshaw .. .,l,. Doreen ..,. Harland ., ,. Tillie Toothacher Canasta Hand Peters , Bernice Beaver Beasely Scudder Miss Verbena Van Wyck Dicky Van Wyck Prcntis Prouty ..., , The Faceless Fiend T Marylou Buch Nancy Baptist H.. Paul Riley Sherry Grebel Kay Lee Funke , Don Pebbles Diane Webb Alan Wallace Joyce Burnham ., Jim Bonser Mike Reynolds . , John Helm ff Y?- N P su '4 19 Q 4' uf' ,A X. .six ., , King Neptune. Mil-ce Brazier, and his Queen. Danna Brin-knie-ier. ruiizn river Hr' underwater iiuniaiii. +,,,,,- -..f.,, N-...ff-fv-A-4--4is.X.A i ,.,.K.. wx 5 A if ' xt X' Q f"f'Nx X , i XL ...A " , - -. 1 . - 1 2 Junior-Senior Prom 195 8 ,Biff Iweryom e iuys rlfimim. unrlvr tin swim the fnrniai faiitasy. Mike Peterson and Susie Adams begin a night of fun by going: through the mouth of the uviupiis, At the pos! prom breakfast everyone is served fried chicken. french fries, cole slaw, tomato juice, strawberry shortvakv. :ind milk nr tea. ip .-Q 1 xix 4 , 4' 1 Underwater Fantasy was the theme ot' our biggest formal dance of the year. Hanging tish. a giant octopus. an over- sized clam shell, and .in outstanding mural decorated the high school cate- teria on the night of May 17. when thc Junior Class climzixed their many hours of work by presenting the .Junior-Senior Prom. Mike Brazier was crowned King Neptune. Music nas provided by Walt Schlemers Orcliestra. After the dance everyone proceeded to the Wildey The- atre for the big premier of "Ten North Frederick." In the wee hours of the morning the gay party ended with a chicken dinner served in the cafeteria by a committee of mothers. 19' -4-2 va- gm. Q 'H' ,gif '.. ff A V .335 wi, 1 W Q- ' N Vu f md' X 4' A ffw,Wf' A, mf, 4 up 1, Y AVS v mggg 9' "3'w4! Vff me! .421 Y iff? ,, fy 1' Z 1 'fa . fi? M if I 55.3, ,K wg , 'hx ix' 43, Lisa ,,, if ZH E , w 2+ :eg ...- ,mm . 4 .ng .a ye, ' X, 4 . MW Wgffa 'z.:',nM f f , ,V , fzxlf. 2' Q15 ORGANIZATIONS Katie Wallace. Sharon Siegrest, Marilyn Kuchta, Mrs. Warmbrodt. Pat Bertram, Bonnie Lamb and Verna Hellman select pictures. QX The ad staff members, Sue Brockmeier, Faye Zenk. Mary Kay Leuschke, Dave Hoffman, Linda Musso, Carl Mullikin, Marcia Harting, Bob Kriege and Kay Cassens discuss selling plans and prices. 24 TIGER STAFF Bonnie Lamb ,... Editor Elaine Helmkamp .,......., .. Business Manager Elizabeth Schaefer ......,.,.. ..,.., . .,... S ales Manager Jim Boyle .,......... ..,.,...,..... J unlor Business Assistant Darlene Helmich .,.,. ........., ...., .,,.. ..... L i t e rary Editor Sherry Hansen ,.,... ...,.... . ,,..,,.. . ,.... C lub Editor Nancy Giacomelli ............ ...,..... A ctivities Editor Gayla Krouse ...,..,.,...,.. ,...,..,.,. C lass Editor John Blixen .. , Sports Editor Mary Ann Blumenthal ..... Junior Literary Assistant Verna Hellman ..., CSharon Siegrist ,. Picture Editor , Junior Picture Assistant? Katie Wallace .... .,,. , Photographer Pat Bertram Junior Photography Assistant Linda Musso ..... ...,.,...,, ., .,..r., . .,.... . Ad Manager Marilyn Kuchta . ..,. .. Art Editor Mrs. Warmbrodt . , . Adviser Miss Wood ..,...,.... ..... , . Literary Adviser Mr. Gibson , ., Ad Adviser A1 , N " 7MX , A Y S 4' 'iii ' wi ,- 5, 'Q is 1, X., 35:45 ' ff 1 15 v. W2 Q W i "'.,?'f,," 3, ,, b F H, , 5 .,i. V ? 2 ui? I A, . Z 9' fn ts. W9 '1 fm , f 5 IS. 4 cz K i 4-1 -x Q : S- S I ,4 Q Q A S 1 s Student l'1Jl1l'l1'il Ufficers and spunsur discuss plans fur rhv forthvomimg your with Mr, Uwrrn-ll :M Scwzfriry I7'N7!7'fl7'I'.' Fm. 26 The Stumleni tifxnncxl mernhera lend za helpim: hand nn 'Ak-'rx-shman Day," X1- vo p- 5 F Q 0-s Xb SH'lll'hU FIUICTYII Hmm' CT' In G' -9- Q-of 2 'sl f , aw' e..,.- . -,,,. 'L Barbara Guller and Anita Bunser collect n'1ll bean flame dimes and stamp the students at a fool- "ii MEMBERS Left to Right Front Row: Elaine Freese. Paul Riley. Nancy Blackmore. Mrs. George, Mike McLean. Bonnie Lamb, Kit Blackmore. Second Row: Joan Anderson. Jenny Schrodt. Barbara Kouker. Janet Krieger. Arlene Yehling. Jane Guthrie. Marcia Hartlng. Anita Bnnser, Myrna Mallory, Kay Lee Funke. Third Row: Susan Kriege. Gary Schumacher. Walter Weeks. Barbara Guller. King Dexter. Barbara Brockmeier, Larry Madison. Paul Vernon. Lavonne Poneta. Ruth Solter. Fourth Row: Kay Cassens, Joyce Burnham. Benny Isselhardt, Steve Segal. Buddy Vallino, Terry Fagan. Darwin Haywood. Carolyn Noll. Jane Pulliam. OFFICERS: Nancy Blackmore- -President Mike McLean Vice President Bonnie Lamb--Secretary Paul Riley Treasurer STUDENT CCUNCIL The objectives of the Student Council are to cooperate with the faculty in the promotion of desirable school activities to help in building ideals which will im prove the school for all who attend, and to discuss school problems. One student is chosen from each roll room as its representative. Rzchfrrd P1111 Co Ruslvlb 27 copy. Click! Clack! Click! Gerri Webb, Susie Turner, Janice Judge and Peggy Standefer type Tiger Times copy and stencils. Editors Bonnie Lamb. Laddie Aubrecht, Dave Hoffman, Jeannette Brakhane, Donna Brockmeler, Jewel Jones, Sue Brrwkmeier. Sherry Hansen. Sandy Michel and Betty Ashauer check page dummies, Brooks Jmvelry Dillman'xI'r1int S!o1e 29 Miss Thompson. sponsor, and Donna Brockmeier. editor-lnechlef, correct TIGER TIMES Dippold Srothers Earl F. Wilson. Agency I' ,if GIRLS CHOIR First row ifrontr-Nancy Turner, Mary Ann Scott. Sharon Nivhnls. Mary Lee Carter, Judy LeTourneau, Sharon Gallagher, Marsha Gibbs. Mr. Kessinger, Connie Bunte. Mary Moran, Pat Vadalahene, liusvniary Svobnda, Kathy Lott, Lola lflrb. JoAnn Hazzard, Diane Uhe, Judy XVem'kman. Sevond rnw Diane Jegel. Janive Bultman. Nancy Chalcroft. Rickey Neuhaus. Barbara Braun, Shirley Burnett, Janet Krieger. Marilou Dale. Carolyn McGaughey, Rosemarie Boner. Carol Richardson. Betty Gagliardo, Nancy Baptist. Barbara Klaas. Marvia Rive. Carole Sue Simmons, Carmen Newell. Third rum Arlene Yehling, XVanda King. Sharon Patton. Susie Adams. Kathy Blixen. Nant-y Foster, Geraldine Jones. Vercia Dutton. Susie XVehmeyer. Sally Baird. Theresa Hopkins. Nancy Sonnes, Barbara Hellrung, Pat Smith. Judy Guthrie. Mary Kay Leuschke. Fourth row Sharon Niemietz. Susie Turner, Beverly Oglesby. Ruth Niemietz. Jane Pulliam, Joyee Dutton. Dianna Muelhenry, Nancy Langendorf. Jane Miller. Rose Bucca- leoni. Betty Hazel, Joyce Heuer. Carolyn Noll, Carol Bantzert. Nancy XVeishaupt, Faye Zenk, Melanie Kaufmann. '1- 4 T UH 4 1. CO mll' i' 'Ira' James Kessinzrer. Choir director. disvusses musical terms with Girls' Choir offirers Mary Kay 1.1-ust-like. president, Sharon Patton, aevretziry-trm-:islam-1', :intl Kathy Blixen. vim-e-presitient 30 , I . f, The EHS Combined!Choruses give their annual Christmas concert. K GIRLS' CHOIR 7.2 A CAPPELLA CHOIR 4 f "M" Q7 -mv tw ,Y Firsn row. left to right Pam Obermeyer, Donna Suhre. Marlene Caulk. Carol Lung. Jane Wiecley, .Iill Cherry, Nancy Blackmore, Mr, Kessinm-r, Barbara Burroughs. Margie All-rkel. Carol Ilippel. Judy Richardson, Claudette Chandler. Bonnie Lamb. Georgia Corle-xv. Son-ond row f-Judy Werner, Linda Marks. Marion Treat. Barbara Kewl-ier, Beth Hunter, Isla Smilll. Carol Jenne, Peggy 0'N9i1. Sue Buckley, Barbara Dmlrls. Katie lVallace, Lavflnne Poneta. Sally Page. Suzanne Slavik. Donna Schwab. Mary Miller, Agios Shell Service Clayton Cleanerx A 81 ll' Root Beer Stand Clyde Metcalf. Agemfy Don Coffman. A qv my Bekemeyer Tractm' and Implenwnl Fo. D0-Nut Shop Busker and Sm: 32 :xml Katie KX':4ll:lm-. swro-t:iry-trvnsilrs-r lfwk 'ln :ls Iurl-lv-.r Jurno-s Kr,-xfiiim-r puirirs out plans if-r lliv f-11 nf---rt rvpertfvirr-. P rrlmfs I,.lrfwlr'w1I1' i-Ilwf'llr1r'I Sigm I' I'.S!'IIllf'lllL'7'f"ll7lt'I'lll1!Ullll' f'flfV'1l and .lUf'V'lr1U'.N' flllwfq I flkyllflll Iifmlffrlf Frlff'r1rriw'ilIc Fro"f'n Ifrmrlc A CAPPELLA CHOIR as -uv vs '-" Q 1'hir4l row Ibwaine Brafirly. Su-ve Si-hm-ni-wr-is. .lurk Fha-rry, David Hoffman, Jewvl Juni-s, l-Llainc Alberts-r. Kay Ryan. Shirley Mil-hvl. ln-nnis liinun-riuzl. Gwvrlle- Vmlht. Nam-y Bziirrl, Ne-ll Nunnvlly Carolyn Fruit, Pemly Knihh, Ilan lmwis. Sum Skin-l'. L4-ruy Lemz, Fourth row Bob Kriege. Clyde Fulton, Charles Baumann. Miko Svurles. Phil Nuernberpzer, Curl Mullikin. Dave Suhre. Herb Correll, Don Riplinm-r. Bull Kirlfl. Henry Imntz. Allan Wallace. Ed XYentz. Nm-l Lane. Bill Johnson. Bill Huuba. Curtis We-lm. .X imma-ll:i Vi.-,ir ullil-.-rs limi XXX-ull. pri-sirh-nt. Hflnniv luunl, vii-:A-pri-sim-fit, gf' l,l , .Sfilvx urwl .Svlfzrw F.rlffr1rrlx1'fllr' lfflgllwnfwrlr I r,. Air. Ulezmn lfjtzkorn, Band Director. E. H. . CONCERT BAND CONCERT 1958 "America, the Beautiful" - Ward, Walters "Fanfare and Fable"-Graham T. Overgard "Victory at Sea"-Rodgers, Bennett "Swing Low, Sweet Chariot"-John Morrissey Themes from "Schcherazade"-Rimsky-Korsakoff. Johnson "Pride of the Marines"-Austyn R. Edwards "The Gloworm"-Linke, Walters Selections from "The Music Man"-Wilson, Lang "Original Dixieland Concerto"-John Warrington "Around the World in 80 Days"-Young, Wright "Colonel Bogey" and "The River Kwai" March- Alford and Arnold, Osterling "Scottish Rhapsody"-William E. Rhoads "The Official West Point March" - Lt. Philip ll. Egner "William Tell" Overture-Rossini, Leidzen "Margherita Polka"-Domenico Savino "Desert Star"-Albert Oliver Davis "Irish Tune from County Derry" and "Shepherds Hey"-Percy Grainger "Partly In Eb Minor"-Cleaon Etzkorn REPERTORIE 59 Inv Quurtt-t"-Cleaon Iitzkorn "Tho Yzini4liQcI Ai'iny"-Kc-rmcth J. Alford "Th Q Iiut of Babel-Yag1zi" and "'I'IiQ Great Gate- of I-Ixw'11tlvv Uuviilriiittvv 'It I'w:Ir'rI: Iiiirk r-fu It-It lu riuliv IMU Skiillie-rivzi. Mary Ann S4-oil, .Iiiil H"YI1', KAY I'f'fN"IIf' Vit' I .le-nn:-. TQ-rry Mo'-rt-5 I-'ront ron Num-5' Hlziwkniori-, prt-nd:-nit. Iluss-III Soloinori. vit pre-suit-lit: Je-wvl Jon:-s, sw-rt-turyg Anrli My-rs. trvzisxiiw-v'. Kim' from "Pictures at an I-Ixhihition - KI'JIISNUI'QbIif'. I.CICIZt'II Mzirrli Grow" Iroin HNIISSISSIIDIJI Suittf' - Groft-. NH lmicizt-ra. ic fIU!III0CiIL'IlI IIuII'tiino"A.I, B ''COIOIYIIII2lHfPCIi'1' do Rose. Yoclvr FI 'I io" H I ' ul A M HE L wi" f.Iziines ,. 'I ar ' -' gginontu lJvc-1'tt11'c-Beethoven y IIL-ro". March PHFLIDIII'llSC-IIZIITX I.. Alforcl urns Moorv "RigoIctto"-Bossa. I.f1ti1'vinmlt-all "IiIsa's I,I'lJCi'lQSIOIi to thc Cathedral" - Wagner, t'z1iIIi4't "'I'l'IIIIIIlDII2lI Mzzrc-Ii" from "Quo X'ucIis" Y Rozsa. Lciclze-n "Morning" and "In the Hall ot the Mountain King" from "Poor Gym Suite"-Greig. Zamecnik "Concortino" tSonata in C Majorm -Mozart - Gricgf. Che-ycttc "'I'romIJont-s On B1'03CIXVZlYI'-ROLICI' Barsotti "Ensc-iwcIa"f.J. Olivadoti "Tho Irish Wushorwomun"-I.cro5' Anderson HC OUIZIIIVIQIIIIUU--GLIS Gucntzc-I f I ' 1. I Iwnr'Ii y--I-,x frinfting IH-'wiiwifiri I'I.j.-llir I.1pyiiiiw-IU. Barham Kookvr Myra Pinrxilli, Hzirhurzi Guller 'Imnny II:u:+'nim-ifter ,Mil-if iwlfi- I.iI'i'j, I'i.:vr 'Imxv Skziriiviiwi Iizxriinriff Ssixoyibnviir-S. Santini Blakv. Ste-vs' S4'fIIrtf'It'XVl'I51 Vwrrin-if "'I'vrr'y Mfmrv 'I In Ir Iirtnizinn kk-z'i,w:. II.,,:i II--rr, for-intl. I.:irr3.' Hrnxui .xlsinu Sthfllfltfvf. Ilon Hurt.-yi Tromhom- Iluvifi I-'im Hviritffnv-f I1 n idojut- Mm: 42-frm' floiwiori IIvI: 'IR-:wr S.ixopfIwiiv-- Iii-Imr41Z+-:NN-t Miki- Vvitii Huff Vlixririvvf 1h'r':i'1iii.'- .Ionvf Iirirrx I ix rvfr.i.- .Ii I". rrj. In"--Iwi' Mr I':YlIi1'F!1, .1-,vu , Iiwx v IZ.'.,y, sr'-ri. Vxirw II.i,.-y,,.-,x -1- '1p.-f,rk.- Ilnrviuip-I '.'-.ii4I. Myvr-, In-atv! I-'ri--v Ifliii X-1.1, ' 4'.,iin'j.' Inrtztiih- Sig"fIL"ii1,:,' Iiwzii .XII-S':1to' Iizirifl XII 1 .nmtx I'vxI1', :I Iifirnl 35 "'p4-l""rv""" Reserve Band Left to Right: I-'irsl row David Lziniln-rl. Naomi Jurgenzi. Sandra Burgdwrz. Lucille Marlin. Linda McGhee. Hay Bruegxzemzxn. Ju Ann O'IJi-ll. Hebei-ca Hvllrnnrz. Jim Mzirvimx. Mary Grvhel. Se-L-und row Bill Brzise. Huy Smhlhut, Jim West, Waller Weeks. Bill Hopper. Joe Wismasky. Neil Buchla. Jim Lung. Jim Jaiuksnrx. Dennis Kulli-fe-k. Jerry NIcGlis-e. Terry H:1nClSl1y. Arnulri Lewis. Third rim Mr. I-Ztzlwrn. Ti-rlvlye Ill-ynfllils. Tim Rcwthe. John Muttar.K1iren Ne-iciharrit. Jive Miller. Juhn Parker. Tim Newton. Relnf-rw! Brown. Jerry Fish. Gm-ne Harrison. Carol Knibb. Jackie Jackson vw ,M .wear www. nl" A- 441:40 ,ver -4- vk .ff A 'f"'..4'Lf 45 J iw . if' " ' ,xii-3 Jil' 'Gigi' fag' A1545 '9 N345 A?-3' .1 521 1' - -A V 34 W. 1' ,. WJ .f34vf.,,-yfff' M 'fy ' we , Th Q- l-IHS marvliim: lmncl forms thx- trzxfiitinnal "E" nn the filfilhall field, T-'I V! i 'SQQ 1 ,J ir' C, ID11nn'.s .Ieu'e11'y f'IUl'E'7'1.9'If- Home' BIlfI1If7iQ1'Il1d 1.05111 Co, 36 , 1 KY tl' 5. 52512: E 'v f + fan 'Y , 321, f ff x 4 'H , 61' 2 K QA ' Y' X . N z Ye 1 ' ,kk E, . m-5.33 ' , H W.1. ff' V .T if '53 ' ff? 24 ' Q fy - ff' ,ff , if v , MNT SAL!! wr- 'Y "f',f,1ff 'Vw I J l ' 1 " " V56 M-nV",t?"' l ! ff" fi wig t E' ' fb 9' x ' 'W If :W ' 'Q in X49 Q i ?4 V Mrs. Mullen. who sponsors G.A.A.. instructs, while her daughter, Debbie, looks on. To maintain high standards, pro- mote ideals of health and sportsman- ship, and stimulate interest in athletics among girls in the high schools of Illinois is the purpose of the Girls' Athletic Association. First low, left to right: Bar- bara Burroughs. Nancy Bap- tist, Janice Mason, Karen Penelton. Second row: Mary Moran. Nell Nunnally. Joyce Burn- ham, Carolyn Fruit. Third row: Diane Webb, Barbara Israel. Clockwise: Barbara Kooker. Carrie Penelton. Kathy Boccaleoni. Peggy Schiebal, Nancy Dain, Barbara Hofeditz. Carole Bess. Margie Dickey. Nancy Steede. Karen Nischwitz. Barbara Thomas, Sheila Nichols. Judy We-ckman. Tuna Carter, Kathy Schiebal, Donna Caulk. Marlene Caulk, Joanne Eberhart, Bonnie Carnaghi. Virginia Stoces. Linda Marks, Barbara Pape. Barbara Barnes. Nancy Lange. Shirley Michel. Ruth Meek. Carol Srhrarze. Donna Schvvear. Carol Bangert. Beverly Oglesby, Elaine Weber. Donna Traband. Jo Ann Musso, Anita Bonser. FI'0l'1l POW, left to rightg Ja- net Krieger. Barbara Dick' mann. Second row: Rose Ann Boc- caleoni, Doneldia Morrison. Front row, clockwise: Marilyn Kuuhta, Judy Schlemer, Rhoda Green, Susie Tur- ner. Audrey Bell. Rickey Neuhaus. Judy LeTourneau. Third row: Billy Smith. Carol Richardson, Cherie McElhoe, Linda Green. Joyce 1 Metcalfe. Jeanine Pass. Back row: Judy Albl. Mary Ann Blu-fl menthal, Judy Landreth. Lana Sanders. s..f we-,NQ4 Ediuarrlsvzlle Aulomohtle Deulei s Association f'ImIx,xxINv- I4II.4:rn' .XII-xrm-IM' II:4Hlv Sm' 4':I1g-I-pr.-r' S.I:.1j. 1'ImIIXX1Xn- I11.Irw .If-gm SIIlrII-x I--wPur'Iv-Ib Su IIIIIIN NIJIU. I1-mn-rm, I,:mI:u SI--I-Im:u1 Kullmryrv Imam! Nsnz-5. 1':1rwI IIIIIHIIW Snxxrmlu K1-y.. Suv Ilufvmzm XIIM V wr.-I-Irnrm. IUHI1 Nm Nlxultl. Szmrlrrn 'I'rw-mm: SIIIVII-5 Hun' Irium- Ally.-yt'-r .Iufly XY:-ft. 4':n'nI KIHIIII, Imax hx I I l1I'II .I-Im 'I'r'--mu: I.mn-I IM-:'klr11ul1lw Illnm- Ii:nspI1v-:I Kath II:sr:I Iir'-.I-Ixzm-,.-V, .I:Ixn' Wllhnrm S:Il1rIr'.I Ii,Ix fr I III Iwlrx Iixxpgw-I N11 1' XX'v'Imlv'j.I'l'. I'vI:ux 1l'Nf'lI Nun: I IMI:-RIQI5' I.1mI:x Ifrvxllx Ii:n'I::1r'u 4h1II4r Suv- XXH-1NII:Iv1pf 1':Iyw'xr' Y-III Kathy Iillxvn, ,Inuv Il':!I1rxv HMI Hr-ity I'5Iw- Surwly Nlzx-Nunlvs Sun-ty Iilznlw IIN I'V VII--my 'I'4-un-I-1:1 QU-nwrx Nxv-1111.41 Krxr--I1 XK':uII-In Ii:-"M vm In-rm, S-'I.".Imm .liwlxlv .lmkwfxx Iwrmu 1'I H11 SY--111. .Im-w Iiuxv- N1-II I-IIIwIIgw XI:IrI:4 l'IsIytfIn I14Irw'?.j. XVI-.fl-if, Klr'x Iiulp I':Il1IwHv- II'-r1r'3 II:-Ivr: If +1 I ' Imxwx NIj,:'z:.I NI'4'IwrK' Ink.. I-Irkr. Nulxvy 'I'urm-r' I-'rwwv-, Slxwm I'Z.'rm"t! IZ:ur -II X If-It ' ldv Ifm--I Ii:-Ns1nLo'r'. Mary Ii-vim Vu'-I Hur --I X In-I' tw r'xI:I.' Ilm- Y'-IIIHI4 Km, I1 X I III'--III-vrxv Sinn' '11 f2uI':14I1+'1' In I II x II 1 Verna Hellman was elected president of G.A.A. for the year 1958-'59. Delores Head shows the proper stance for serving in badminton. 'pg J E N . To be an active member in G.A.A., a girl must have a heart examination by a physi- cian and earn at least 24 points annually by the rules of the league. She must attend initiation, participate in at least six prac- tices in one sport during each eight weeks of the school year, and maintain an aca- demic grade of C. Completion of the re- quirements of the local sportsmanship code is essential. The G.A.A. board consists of the officers and class representatives, who work to- gether to keep the organization running smoothly. Back Row, Left to Right.: Sheila Nichols, Bett A h y s auer, Nancy Giacomelll, Linda Musso, Joyce Burnham, Barbara Guller. Front Row, Left to Right: Mar Ka L k y y eusch e, Kay Cassens, Verna Hellman, Peggy Knibb. Edwin H. Burns. Nursery E, J. Shepard Office Supplies Engelmannls Melo - Queer: Dairy Bar Evelyn Dugger V . 'sv iff' 1 si Q ' A ,nf I'ffAyE wifi' in . X 1 ?'rN'i' wx, 'S Q ,n M ul! 1 , 1 ' V f ig X: , 1 I W , 1 X' , 2 , LATIN CLUB The Latin Club acquaints the members with the myths and legends of Roman liter- ature, and the members must be enrolled in a Latin class. The Roman Banquet is an an- nual event of the club. OFFICERSC First Cnunsul Linda Marks Sm-vmicl Cuunsul Mis-hael Mateyka Sc-rihzi Juan Anderson 11 rf' Latin 4-lull mlit-ws Mnrlem- Caulk. Linda Nlarks. Ruin-rt Krm-lst-lizin-r and Juan Anderson Ilrai lt- a Runiazi mga around Miwkvy Matoyka. Left lu right: Front row Bonnie Lamper. Juan Anderson. Ann Little. Linda Marks. Miss Gewe. Tuna Farter. Laverne Wallace. Susan Kriege. Second ruw Karen Nischwitz, Lola Erh. Sharon Key. Kitty Kulp. Robert Kretscllmer. Bill X'l'oml. Farl Wetzel. Ben XVnnfl. Delores Fry. Sue Ilustman, Pa! Hans. JoAnn Museo. Third rnw Myrna Mallory, JoAnn Eherhart, Sandy McNames. Ellen Klueter. Gurdon Ruse, Rehecva Hellrunpz. Marlene Caulk. Virginia Stones, Carfil Holmes. Fourth rnw Sally Page. Jane Hutz. Barbara Guller. Sue Alexander, Miekey Maleyka, Bull Stein. Katliy Blixen. Sandra Blake. Dnnna Coffman. in .pf-4 1? P+-Ox Eduardwzlle Creamery Lo 42 .lrllin Muttar. Gary Sl'hllYll?U'hf'F. Fred Ruud, liinke-l. llllillll' S4-llrazli-. Bill .Iam-rms. Belu ., C 1 6 tll-'l-'IFI-IHS President I rua nt- Meyer uw VivoAPreside-nt lin 5' Viet li 5 Sei-rt-tary Neil lit-isim: 3 Treasurer Arthur 1.-Xrtivi flue-Iflm-r ? lit-porter t'l:irt-nm- :Buds Ala-rkvl ' f Si-ntint-I Roy Slciiiim-ye-r Dale Praett-r :intl Billy Keith repair 1 tractor. '-,J 1' FUTURE FARMERS A 'bf ' 'W--H' The main purpose of the Future Farmers of America is to develop agricultural leadership, co- operation, and citizenship. and to create more in- terest in an intelligent choice of farming occupa- tions. Applicants must be enrolled in a vocational agriculture class and be familiar with the purpose . and work of the F.F.A, They must also be able to recite the F.F.A. creed and receive a majority I vote from the active members. r-5 1,1-ft tu right: First row Roy Steinnn-yn-r, 9-.it Gueldner. Neil Ra-isiiix:.tTlareri1'e Merkel, Duane Meyer. Ray Vietli, Second row LeRoy Lentz. Bruce Reid, l-Iiigt-nv lflandshy. Steve Hutcherson. Kenneth Brut-kmeier. l-Id Wiemers. Ve-riirm Meyer, lin-li:u'1 Zeisset. Ric-hard Giisvxvelle. Bill Brase. Donald Schmid. Third row Ralph Koenig, Darrell Busrh. Bill Lovsey. Ruger t'ooper,Dale Praeter. Dennis Gusewelle, Kenneth Muohle liayiiioiiri Km-rkv meyer Jack Hurst. Jim Burgess. Arlyn Lange. lfmirtli row Mike Zelsset, John VVllllam:-1. Robert Stelnmeyer. Harold Ernst. Rohert Pape. Billy Keith. Leo Gieszelmann, Leroy Brakliana Don Bade, John McAdams, Gerald Vieth. Mr. Selhert K' in n 0 ' ' ' o fi ost in VVarren Stalhlhut. Henry Lcntz, Larry Muntnn. Wilbur Giisewe-lle. Lloyd I-iftli r x B lm K enix.:. Ld Porzus n. R y H J 0. Calvin Hellri iz. Brase. VVilhert Bartels. Ronald Schaake, Albert Sathlhut, Richard Brase. fr sr .q l All: 'lf ,D , ' if AA P ,L Hzssi Srilrlfo 43 l Flrst ron Left to rlght Jackle Fenstermln Barbara Relter VIYKIHIA Bernhard! Sherxn Bennetts- lwanty Dam Nlary Robxen Lola Erb Kzren Stahlhut Peggy Kmbh Judy Cuthrxe Nllss Colebar Sally Burd Jane Pulllam Pat Vaclalabene Donna Caulk Pat Cerny I1ll Lhrrry Barbara Kuoker Karan hx'-Lhvutz Barbara Thomas JoAnn O lnll Jo Catheart Llnda Xl1f'heL S und rovs Lharlotte VXIISUI1 Ruth Koeh Nancy Rxngerxnf., I'h1rrl roxy Judy Rlchardson Ruth ioller Irene Rhodes 'vl'1ry Bulm Sluron Gallagher Donna Traband Ann Burrus Vlyra Plarulll 'lllry Nluran Laverne Brindlnp, Shirley Bourgeols Judy Starncs Jour Pnrter Shlrley lrelt Dorothy Hale Barham Burruu:.hs susxe Adams Dorn Hush lupt Burhlri Pape sally Page 'Nell lNunnally .Joue Burnham Blllxe lutiy schlemer Judy Quade Xlurx Lu Grebel Regma Rezahek lfllth r x Xlaureen Nlclaean kathleen Ruppel kay Cassens Phyllis Joan Barnes 'Nora BmLalenn1 Pxuletlfx Benhmann Janet Hurst Head lxalhle Ballard Plnru lxewmann Carol Knlbb J'1ne Ihhrwm Rae Calxert Judy Rlchardson prepares Albert Stahlhut for Marlon Nancy Bach Sue Ilustmm Linda Overby Stluamm V! 'mda I-ry Carul Szhrage Sh Arun Nelmletz Sfllllh Jlnet leldman Andrea Gerlrd Karol Oyerby Kay Ryan J nl-tu Iukw Tormmhlmn Betty Pyle Janet Bukmann Janet Carol H :yes Bxrlurx Looper Betts Hazel Vl 31561-x P11 Br z kmann Judy Vlest Delores X ler 'N mr y 'iannes Pat Dre-ch Imet Ba'-t Que Buckley N ary FNA 'lhe Future Nurses of Amerlca works to create mamtam and extend mterest m a nursmg career to all 1tS members and also to extend hlgh standards of good health ID the commumty The members must ell be con QldCI'1l1g a eareel ln the HlllSlHg program 'lhe club s act1y1t1es mclude worlxmg at the nurs mg home, maltmg bandages and pads and helpmg wlth the tllb9I'Llll0S1S shots UI- P Il I- PS Preudenv. Judy Guthrle Xuz Presldent Sally Baird benrelary Jane Pulliam hlg TB Sho! Trusurer Peggy Kmbb 44 fn ar---u 1 , v. v M ,- , I , A W K tt t .ff , Ib 3 1 Af , 7 .. - Si 1? J . ' A- X ' . . ' A ' 42 V ' N Q .V M K J-1. . Q Q i 4 I 0 Q I 1 I 5 fr f f Q 51- . . ' ua - if Ifuurlh row Jane VViedey. Ida Smith. Sandra Pierce, Judy Felflnzm. Barbara Dodds. Ruth Spitze. Linda Shirley. Nancy Steede. " rn' .' .' '." , .',' ,. ,, 1, ,' 'f. z 2: ' . j ' , ' . " I ' . 1 ' ' . ' ' , 1 5 '.IiI , H: .t f 5 . .2 .' ., " .I ,' O 0 C w ' ' ' 7 I vu x O ' . . U . - . , I , V h . . . I v v. - r Q Oo ,,,' 4,1 1 may at eww, t Cp vp' I AMERICA First row. left to right Phyllis Fowler. Helen Dean. Nancy Lamkin, Miss Parkcy. Lillie Betts. Cherie Mclilhoe. Lois Becker. Pat Beckmann. Miss Hutton. Mary Rohien. Doris Crahtree. Julia Ringering. Second row Shirley Foehrkalb, Jackie Jackson. Karen I-Ienke, Kathryn Ilavid. Lucille Martin. Nancy Schipkowski. Judy Bartels, Alana Schneider. Rebecca Brown. Linda Steelman. Beverly Thompson, Norma Cooper. Mary Lee Carter. Marla Clayton. Third row Sharon Gallagher, Lucinda Meyer, Lana Johe, Theresa Nicholson. Janice Schuessler. Kathleen Beimi'-ire. Pat Stevenson, Ruth Spitze, Bonnie Carnaghi, Shirley Burnett, Jo Minner. Pat Luber. Kathy Boccaleoni, Pauletta Beckmann, Sandra Stulz, Crystal Buster, Betty Ruemmler. Fourth row Henrileen Townsend, Mary Bolin. Janet Hurst, Blanche Owens, Kathleen Ruppel, Marnetta Carpenter, Carolyn Shaw. Barhara Bepzeman. Mary Rojak, Mary Davis. Spengel. 5, SN?-Q Miss Parkey. Lois Becker. Mary Lee Carter and other FHA members make like Luther Bur- hank and plant tulip hulhs along the from walk. .Ianet Beckmann. Diana Moelhenry. Sharon Rushing. Sharon Gieseking. Ruth Koch, Mary F. H. A. The Future Homemakers of America pro- motes 3 growing appreciation of the joys and satisfactions of homemaking. emphasizes the importance of worthy home membership. and furthers interest in home economics. Mem- bers must be taking a home economics course or have completed one year in that depart- ment. besides passing local club requirements. 'll"'l"IffERSI President Louis Becker Vice-President'"Cherie Mc!-Ilhoe Secretary Lillie Betts Treasurer Pat Beckmann Finance Chairman- Norma Cooper Public Relations Chairman Doris Crabtree Ileurees Chairman Pauletta Berkrnann Recreation chairman Julia Him:t-rim: Pianist Mary Lee Carter Chapter Mother Mrs. Hubert M1-l-Zllh-v Som: I.:-filler .Judy Hari:-ls 45 i T7 First row, left to right Sue Brom-kmeier, Bill Hellrung, Miss Longnoler, Al'lk'llt' xemn1,.,, Susie tuner' Second row Judy l,eTourneau. Janet Bust, Hurry Lawrence, lloris Scliramm, Burlmrzi Hughes Third row Judy Allrl. Judy Vilest. Marilyn Kuvhta. Carol Jenne. Fourth row John Bruner. Dave Porrell, Barham Barnes. Nora Boccaleuni, Curtis Martin, Mike Levi. Susie Turner and Arlene Yehlinp: lnint picture lrrzrmes. which will hang in the cafeteria, for their art club project. The Art Club includes all students especi- ally interested in fine arts. Members engage in art activities in order to broaden their in- terests and to increase their skills. An appli- cant must submit either three works of art or an essay of three-'hundred words explaining his interest in art and the reason for his ap- plying for membership. Ol-'FICERSZ President Bill Hellrum.: Vice President Arlene Yehling Secretary-Treasurer Sue Brom-km:-in-r Historian Susie Turner Meyer Television Service .Vallzun Ivlurcus .Slzop Vic.-l1eI's Tire and Battery.Ir1c. National Acl1'erli.wirzg Co. Iilorztcluire Shoe Store Ul'l,'l'bt'C'lm'.f7 Morri.s'on Form Supplies I'f'l'N0llIllllll Beauty Shop 46 Fr:-nt row. lett tw ritzlit Nancy Blackmore, Bliss Hunter, Mary Jane Burnham Second row David Poms, John Mulach. Third row--Tom Richards. Jeff Collins. Marion Treat, Van Nash. Fonrtln row Larry Leitner. Larry Fencel. Gary Gueldner, Jerome Zeisset Bill Burian. Joe Sc-hwalh. BIOLCGICAL SCIENCE The Biological Science Club was established to provide opportunity for students to learn more about biological science beyond classroom studies. To be eligible for menibersliip. a stu- dent must be taking or have taken a science course and have a science project. This club helps sponsor the science fair each spring. OI-'FIFERSI President Darlene Helmich Vice-President Mary Jane Burnham Secretary Nancy Blackmore Treasurer Tom Baird PHYSICAL SCIENCE The Physical Science Club was established to provide opportunity for students to learn more about physical science. Students must be taking or have taken a science course and have a science project in order to join this club. lt also helps sponsor the science fair. Front row. left to right lmve llanser, Alan Wallace, Mr, Powell, Darlene Helmich, Dale Bach, Tom OFFICERS: BIIWII President llarlene Helmich Set-ontl r-uw liruee l-leitl, have l.anibert. Glen Miller. Steve lflorstniuri. Clark Baker, Gene Vanek. ViU,YPrl,smt,m Dale Bad, 'l'hird row l,vndt-l lla-lniknm I, Pzirker Powell, l.ee Ladd, Hubert Bnrnhztnw. Ronald Martini, Mike Veith. Sec.n,lar,v, Alan Wullmw, I lEIlJll'It'S V'lti Itiiikle. July XX II,. . Imn Seliwalh, .luhti Blix:-yi. Gortlun Hull. If-iurtli rum' Bull flriiiste:trI. liicluirtl Small, fleorut- I4tirnIiam l,:uldie .Kult clit, liill Miuur Holi Peters. ' v Treasurer Tom Baird Librarian llavid llanser Z I , I. AN. Ilimclf lf Scliitnificlfcr Scrricc Stfllillll .' frt'.l.G.,-I.SlOVf'.Ii'1l1m'I f2f1rf1Il"sI'If1II11""t"' V"1'f'ff'1' Stflttfrl SHI i, .,'. l.tf1l,1ns.lIt 1 In . , . 'nk Ili ri, 'I'cfI's V'lVI'f'I If If lfoscnllffrfIns1u'f1ncr' iqem If '1'f1rnr'r f'lr'r1nct'.v fnirl litlffllt j 47 'ff' LIBRARY CLUB A The principal objective of the Library Club is to assist in the library. A "B" average and the willingness to work are essential requirements for membership. OFFICERS 1 President Betty Ashauer ' ,A Secretary-Treasurer '- Peklillv' Stanflefer St' dy 'W it we Front row. left to right Pe::i.:y Standefer, Betty Ashauer. ff V 2 Second row- Ruth Schultz, Karen Wadlow. Mary Lou Garde. Miss Vivian Thompson, Beth Myers. Carol Brethorst, Marcia Harting. Third row Joyce Metcalfe. Diane Neathammer, Anna Marie Carpenter. Judy Schlemer. Linda Green. Elda Meier, Janice Judge, Rhoda Green. Fourth row -Janet VVatsek, Mary Elizabeth Garde, Rose Ann Boca-aleoni. Sharon Feldman, Joyce Dutton. Marsha Gibbs. BUSINESS EIIDUCATION CLUB I 'vii' ,...-1 Front rovs left to right Elaine Helmkamp. Miss Smiser. Roberta Stein. Ruth Ann Niemietz Seccnd row Pat Cerny I'hird rovs Linda Shirley Barbara Pape. Nancy Steede, Janice Mason, Sheila Nichols. luurth row Nlary Ann Kurmann Perri Wehh. Margie Jackson. Barbara Hellrunu, Melverta Johnson, Sharon INIPYTIIPY7 48 The purpose of the Business Education Club is to foster a friendly relationship among thc members and their sponsor and to supplement class study with in- structions pertaining to duties of the busi- ness office. Students taking or planning to take business sub- jects are eligible for membership. OFFICERS: President Roberta Stein Vice-President Pat Cerny Secretary - Elaine Helmkamp Treasurer - Ruth Ann Niemietz LETTERMEN'S CLUB TNF Front row, la-ft to right Mr. Uurrs-ll, lion S1-hwulh, Mike Petersm1.Wnym- Brausvh. Bill Klml-an-. John Illixvn. ,- LI 4,- Sevfvnri row lburwin llaywuml, liivk Vfwllrzm. Jug' Bum'l1t:n. Ilzwe Cilflllllllll, lluvlfl Hoffman. Stew- llorstrnzm. Les: x Lamln-rl. lfhl Wm-nlz. l-Iugrrw Alviksunp Third row Bud Vzxllinu. Dean Burrus. Paul Burrus, Ronnie Kevk. Dive Ilmnanowski. VVaym- Wilflgrulw, Dale Bzlvh. n H Augur. Johnny Hairston, Jim Bonsvr. lfourth row Jm- Bnlin. Tony Pm-m-lton, lmrrell Svhnnkv, Russ:-ll Solurrmrr Hill Johnson, Allan xVilllJll'k', Ronnie- How 'X ar Myron Svlllnnzuilvr. Larry Sullre-, Sh-ve Segnl, The Lettermens Club is composed of boys who have lettered in any sport. and the aim of the club is to promote good sportsmanship and to further athletics. The members usher at basketball games and sponsor the Bengal Ball. Ill-'l-'Il'l-IHS Prr-alrle-nl Nllkv l"r-Vers--rl Ylwr--I'r1-slflwrxr XV:xym- Hruw-I Fl Srvretury lilll Klxlzkv- Trezxsurrr Ilwll Svlluull. liegfurter J-'lm Hllx-n l I-'lm lillxn-rl gwrfurrninu Ill: rlurx l 1 Int--rn' 1 ll In vl ll vll :nu-s Mary .-Xltf-lug! :A progrzl 49 Chasing Mr. Midnight, have Hoffman. Dick Cochran. Lanny Wilclman, Mike Reynolds, Maryellen Schultz OFFICERS: President Dave Hoffman Vice'President-Ed Wentz Secretary Jewel Jones Treasurer--Allan Wallace :innl Faye Zenk receive an electrical chziryqe in the Dramatics Club play, "No Boys Allowed." The Dramatics Club gives training to stu- dents who are interested in dramatics -- skits, pantomimes, plays. The twenty-five members are juniors and seniors who have presented performances which have been accepted by the club officers. Q 'Mfrs 'Q I tt.-ee ...M Left to Right. Front Row: Louise Harmon. Dave Hoffman. Mrs. Crocker. Bonnie Lamb. Second Row: Carolyn Fruit, Maryellen Schultz. Elaine Alberter, Di ck Cochran. Sherry Hansen. Jewel Jones. Third Row: Nancy Giacomelli. Melanie Kaufmann, Ed VVentz, Nancy Baptist, Mike Reynolds. Lavonne Poneta. Mary Kay Leuschke. Fourth Row: Nell Nunnally, Verna Hellman. Bill Houba. Allan VVallice. Linda Musso, Faye Zenk, Q19 B'llCliU7lfl7l Street Market Hank 81 Duck West, End .Service Stufion Leu's I.G.A. Market Hill Top Home Madison Sion' Hozz Harrlurare McI'.s Sporting Goods Store Imbc'r's Men's' Wear 50 r A Iniiiw- Biuns. Hi-range lirmiln-5' Kny f':ilvert find In-:ilin--ire lirrikiinin- iwilziliizu- their niutn-riiil for stu- ln-nt In-:u-tiling 1 9 " f1FlfIt'lf1RS: y I're-siiient Carolyn Noll if I Vive-Presiiivnt Donna Brfwknii-nr 'Wm.3,2,Q Si-1-relury Jeannette Hr:ikh:inr- 'l're-:isure-r Jane Ilntliriv The Carl Sandburg Fixture Teachers we Q Club develops and emphasizes good citi- zenship. leadership, and other qualities helpful to a good teacher. Any student f who is interested in the teaching profes- sio11 or who desires to develop qualities of leadership may become a member. First Rnxv, In-ft In Right: .In-:ixirn-ttv Hrsil-clizim-. lionnzi Brom-kmeier. Miss Smith. lfnrulyn Noll, June Guthrie. Se-1-mini limi. .Iuyre Puri:-r, Nnnvy Sleelmzin. Sieve Swlivu-iieu'i'is. Kr-nny Svhniirli, George Bradley, Bzirhziru Vmmpm-r, l.iml:i flvi-rin 'Third Him' Hzirliziru Ibn-krnunn. Ann Sink, Jnliim- Riu-ns. l.inri:i Friilh. SiieBi11'kIey, Marizie Merkel. .Im-amine Fuss. lf'mirtl1 lluu. lwi:i Smith, 1'l:ir:i Hinkley Ann Siilo t':n'ul Bnmgert, Fuyr- Ze-nk, Nunvy Giawnnielli. Kay Fzulvn-rt 6.7 A, I I INN-'3I'.t Vim: ww Ilrmnff Co-Op Grain f ri rum und f'nr'Ic'ff'. I':Illjl7ff'1'I"' 111111101 llrirvlfffirw I:folk,s'w1pff!'1,'ilSw-1-,ee I1rz'1aeII,f1mln'r Vw fm1'lvfuY' Sully 'lpn lirilwrgy Iiflffml O11 51 ,- 4 X .47 fu ,V ., C1 '-,Q '1 A.,- ,ff-4 l-'irst II--tx' Left to Right: Neil Hackett. Gloria Silva. Nliss4'unninL:l1ani. Wanda King. lliane Webb. Set-otul liwu: llontne Litevtns. l'arol Kolefa Vztrole Hess. Janet Stahlhut. Pat lfitzpatrin-lt. Charlotte Wilson. Burnett, liva S:-liipliouslii litnrlfi NIt'Gee, Sandy Btir'u4lul't'. Susit-Adatns, lliane .-Xllierter. Sue Satterlee. lilaine .-Xlexantler. llatlie Sue t'arpentet'. Brooks. have St-ltmartzkoplf Neil Buelita. Third Row: Lester Frisse. llave Coley, Sharon King. t'laudette Chandler, notnl Sue Weeks. Rae Yehling. Janice Virginia Buetel, Kay Hanvey, Kurmann. I-'aye Bartels. Sandra Kayser. Kay Vassens. Delores Head. Barbara Broekmeier. Judy Slarnes. liodds. Connie Bunte. Carole Sue Simmons. Donna Johnson. Billt'atalano. Fourth Row: l-I-1 4'-tlliuan. llavid Kyro. Ray twirl, Terry XVayne Hanvey. lfagan. Steve Segal. Gene Franke. Richard Casna. JoAnn Hazzard, Carroll Hayes. have Carnaghi. Donna Linkeman. Shirley Bultmann. Patti Sandifer. Edith Johnson. Gaylord JoAnn Hartnagel. Karen Donna Traband. Barbara Joe Bolin, Kenny Daeeh. Kenny l-'islie-r. Jesse Sones. th-:nt'y Kraft, .lim llean, .lim Mareinu. lilrlon Frisse. Mike lmntl. Tom Lkifld, ROIll'1iE KUlli4'9k. Rflflnil' FFFYA Tlte purpose of the Spanish Club is to help students become better acquainted with the Spanish language and the lives of the Spanish-speaking people by means of Spanish songs, stories, and plays. Any student who has taken or is taking Spanish is eligible for membership. 0lf'lf'ICl-IRS: President Diane XVehh3 Vive-President Neil Hackett: Secretary Wanda King: Treasurer- Dave Carnaghi: Program Chairman Gloria Silva. Lei! tm litiglit. Front Row, Lil Seliaefer, Katie Seeliinl lion: Jim Iiuvas, Judy Werner Louise Va Bertram. Barbara Braun. Jenny Sc-ltr-tdt. Varol Third Hou. ltennis liitnleriiuq. Terry lienjey. .Ianiee Varol Srlirage lfilaine XXX-tier. Ultiarles Baumann th l-'otirtli l-Ioug Bott Asliauer. lloliert West. Nant-5' I Mike l'rl:an, The Photography Club studies the rules t the merit ol' pictures taken by the students, graphy contest. vw i Wallave Mr Gibson. Andi Myers. n llttoser, Judy Vnterhrink. Pam Ohermeyer, Pat Uverlry. Jerry f2JILIll2i!'fl1l. Knight, .Ioyt-e West. Gail Prohst. Judy Ostentlorf. 'turtle Schramin, .anus-. Holi Sedlarek, Shirley Miehel. Fred Bender. if proficiency in using a camera and judges It also sponsors a city-wide student photo- Ul-'l-'I1'lfIHS: President Katie Wallzieez Yi--e-Viwsnlent Andi Myers: Set-retai'y-Trr-:isiirer I.iz Sehaeter. l.ef1r11e's Illofletn Motel McLean Shell Sertizee '11 slew .l1'1"l.'s l"lf'1f'r11I Ilona' Melrivz Stiltre. f'ot1r.'ru'to1 52 W 'ou in W-A-W--A Y Nu A - 1 W V L Am Q V g l First Row. Left to Right: David Helm, Mrs. Moran. Benny Isselhardt. Joe Pulliam, Barbara Burroughs. Miss Helm. Bobby XVaugh. Second Row: Ray Schlueter, Jane Yviedey. Mary Ann Smula, Joyce Burnham. Mary Moran. Mary Miller. Dennis Wehling. Third Row: Bill Stoces. Paul Vernon, Danny Lewis. Bill Ligon. Joe Primrose. David File. Jack Cherry, Danny Hapzenieister, Fourth Row: Ken Hyten. Darwin Haywood, Dave Domanowgki, Jack Vvynne, Dale Speckman. Walter Guller, Jim Boyle, John Helm, Donald Holshouser, Tom Lyon. Dick Cassens. -The Math Club was established to enable students to consider certain matters connected with mathematics which do not find a place in the usual classroom because of the lack of time. It is also intended to develop an appreciation of the truth of mathematics and our dependence upon it in practical life. All students who have had or are taking Algebra I are eligible for membership. OFFICERS: President--Joe Pulliam: Vice-President--Dale Speckming Secretary-Treasurer Barbara Burroughs. ,- 'Pi' I gf Y, 9 0 4,1 . Front Row. Left tn Right: Robert Helmkamp, David Poos, Miss Goeddel. Kenny Schmidt. Barth Legate, Larry Abert. Second Row: Bob Carter. Dan Lewis, Bill Stoves, Jack Bayer. Eddie Grazier. Leslie Brown, Third Row: Jim Owens, Russ Helmich. Jerome Zeisset, David Kyrn. Terry Moore. The Audio-Visual Aids Club is a service organization, giving visual and audio aid to the faculty and classes. The members must maintain a average and know how to operate motion picture projectors, slide projectors, opaque projectors. record play- ers and tape recorders. OFFICERS Chairman uf Projection. Kenny Si-hmiell Mode U'Driy .S!zHpfz1'l."s Moore 81 Stork Cleaners Soull:.'f'iwl."v Gift- 53 3 yu . OFFICERS--President. Bah Koukerg Vice-President Larry Unger: Secretary-Treasurer, Carl Mullikin W WY ...M Front Row, Left to Right: Larry Unger, Mr. Reuscher, Bah Kooker. Sem-.md Row: John Mottar, Lyndell Helmkamp, John Parker. Robert Helmkamp. Fred Rood. Huh Yonnil, lmvid Novak. .lohn St. John, Bill Catalano, Dave Cochran. Third Row: Dave Lambert. Ronnie Emmons, Jim VVest, Bob Grinstead. Robert West, James Owens. Mike McLean. Charles Bratten, Bill Ligon, James Jackson. Fourth Row: Murl Reiter, Fred Klueter. John Young, David West, Jim Michel. Jim Woods. Nelson Younzl, Rohert VVise. Bob VVells, The Technicians Club instructs members in the use and the operation of the public-address. the intercommunication, and the hi-fi systems, and stage lighting. This club gives its assistance to the school for many events and activities, and its members must maintain at least a average. , , . 1 Ls 1-5' ,- vw First Row, Left to Right: Bill Hoppe. Larry Abert, Mark Horstman. Richard Luber, Kenny XVahl. Set-ond Row: Richard Thompson, Joe Hlavsa. Jerry l"IlliShtlllSl'l'. Paul Rice. Jerry Metialla. Third Row: David Woll, Billy Albl, Roger Brethorst. The Aviation Club' promotes a better understanding of aviation and its value to the world. Students who wish to Jommust sublmit a thousand-word theme and a project of airplane pictures. Making model airplanes is the principal activity of the club. Ol-'FICPIRS President, Mark Horstman: Seeretary-Treaslirn-r, Joe lllavsa 54 l-'irst Row. Left to Right: Jim Burns. Myron S4-humaeher. Jim Bonser. Dean Burrus. Paul Burrus. Roger Epperson. Calvin Hellrung. Bob Nekola. Dennis Miller. Kim.: Dexter. Dwaine Braddy. Ralph XVeiler. Terry Weiler. George Voght, Mike Peterson. f'arl Mullikin. Boh Kidd. Don Riplinger. Bill Johnson. Set-ond Row: Mary Ann Scott. Billy Smith. Barbara Israel. Theresa Crook. Carol Lonx-1, Karen Penelton. Peggy 0'Neil. Lana Sanders. .Jeanette Unterhrink. Phyllis Fowler. Sharon Nichols. Nancy Turner. Judy Weekman. Barbara Thomas. Donna Caulk. He-nrileen Townsend, Dave Suhre. Third Row: Mr. Kessinizer. Guy Aton. Sharon Plrh. I-Iva Rozyl-ti. Nancy DeSherlia. Georgia Corlew. Donna Suhre. Rosemary Svohoda. Judy Guthrie. Joyce Heuer. Carolyn MeGaur:hey. Judy Landreth. Donna Sehwear. Margie Dickey, Donna Schwalb. Mary Jo Quade. Susie XVehmeyer. Suzanne Slavik, Sandy Trehinis. Fourth Row: Ruth Meek. Mary Ann Blumenthal, Sharon Patton. Jeanette Smith. Mary Franke. Joyce Sparks. Doneldia Morrison. Arlene Gusewelle. Nancy Langendorf, Phyllis Tormohlen. Mary Stoees, Judy Quade. Jane Miller. Shirley Bach, Betty Gagliardo. Pat Vadalabene. Paula Keller. Carol Prusha. l-imma Dawson. Carol Leach. Janet Lanham. Betty Kozliek, l-'ifth How: Sally Baird. Gloria Guseuelle, Linda Mm-Donouish. Delores Head. Betty Hazel. Franres Harhison. Carol Dippel. Marie Goinic. Maureen McLean. Petlily Knihh. Judy liil-l.ardson. Diane Vhe, Carol Richardson, Betty Massey. Kay Ryan. Mary Lou Dale. Lois Harmon. Jeanette Kessman. Nuney We-ishaupt. Jane Pulliam. Myra Piarulli. Susie Adams, Barbara Kooker, Gloria Kessman. Kathy Ballard. Andrea Gerard. The purpose of the Music Listening Club is to leach members to enjoy and understand classical music through listening experiences. 0l+'lf'Il'l-IHS: President Sharon Patton Gag , ' 'Q 'tif' iff . "' -C .el--' Q 'S J 'sl""'e"' -f 11 4. 'Q Q N 1 I gi , A Q , . 5 1-1-.mt liow, In-ft to Right: John Helm. Suzanne Slavik. Misa l'unnini4ham. Barbara Burroushs, Gordon Ifluil. Svvflllrl HHWI .lovin-e Blyens. Sharon Hushini: Third Row. Toni I,:1dd.Ann Sink. Georllt' BY'Hf'1ll'5'- MUN' 5llll"Y'- Jl'?Ulin" PASS- Wilffll Hou: Varol Banuert. llwfme Robison. Noel Lane. Dennis fnier. f'herie M1-l-jllloe. The purpose of the French Club is to further the knowledge of the French language by means of songs. dramatizations. and conversations. Members must be enrolled in a French class. ul-'I-'Ir'l-IHS: President. Barbara Burroughs: Vlw-l'rv'sidf'r1t. Suaanm-Slavik: Secretary. John Helmg Treasurer, Gordon Hhs. 55 K, ..aH""" w,x,mmzfowmnfmww..L.gWpQ-2, In ' Mssffvfvawvlialwf Li ff' 5 Y" ff' sf' Qs ATHLETICS . f 11 B ,ff g ,T W Q Q Q X' K 1. W V 1 1 K W ff Y' A ' '- 5 as ,V M A,w3,k A 1 Wi 'W V ' M, , 4 93' f, , 4 KRW! P ' Q , "?5? "Sii 7 2" f' ' W -E-' 1 'W aw KJ u A A fi, , .4 V A 'Pg 3 Y 'Q M 2.2: W gf M' '-, 'Sf ,X 15 id! 'gi ' if 1 f ' f 't A ' 'x m Q J '5 ,wr ' v 5' f 6 , i Q 1 1 Sw, :A. ., . 1 , 5 551 m Vbh, ,qugk ff X. -k, XQAA Z. , Z Q I Q "f, 1 'gp' W gt , 'Z -.-.' 'Q V, 5 ,- K W ,Y , an gig fi H . , EQ X ,ff 'QQ 0 Tona Carter, Diane Webb. and Carolyn Fruit urge the Junior Varsity Tigers on to greater effort. X ' q t V' g 4 C X . - g n r y . a X A H Q - A' ' , . , . .lf 4 . . X x -i N r ' 1 - 5 ,, V , . , . 44 . " A Z E sw 1 I N A X i Q I Q M Y V .A , I. ' Nu s. .- . I q Q 1' X . ez' x -in xg s x x I - L . x nr 1 ig 'EJ 3 ' 2 '4 "" . . .1 r fx.. - A ' A -- - 1 wir T. 2' ' CHEERLEADERS Cheerleaders are truly an essential part of Edwardsville High School sports. They are chosen by the student body in the most democratic way possible, and their fine showing this year certainly confirmed the good judgment of the stu- dents who elected them. The girls always had a cheer when it was needed most, whether we were two points ahead or twenty points behind. In addition to cheering, the cheerleaders managed the coat-check and engineered the celebra- tion of Coach Lucco's 500th win. The cheerleaders' sponsor is Mrs. Marilyn Mullen. ,CQQIIJ i There goes Shu for another Jumy shot . . . Of course! Will he make it if Fagan, Terry Helnlkamp, Les Hosto, Roy .yy Blixen, John ,fn Blackman, Willie Q I Betts, Ronald Schwalb, Don Turner Hilla, Vallino, Bud Dunkirk, Richard gs Q , f Hr ,,,V I Burrus, Dean Bach, Dale Silas, Maurice if Braaschf Wayne I VARSITY FOOTBALL SQUAD VARSITY FOOTBALL SQUAD Football In two ways the year 1958 brought the rejuvenation of football to Ed- wardsville High. First. Coaches Rosen- thal and Hoppe were added to the football staff and second, we re- entered the Southwestern Conference. Our first game was with the East Saint Louis Flyers, and the Tigers played a rugged game but lost 34-0 to one of the most powerful teams in the state. Still in a state of shock, the Tigers left the field at the half of the next game against Wood River with the score 6-0 in the Oilers' favor. During the second half, however, we more than evened matters by winning from them 21-6. The next game was at Staunton where the Tigers beat the Bulldogs. 26-6. Then came the Homecoming game with Collinsville and the Tigers trounced the Kahoks, 19-0. It was the first Homecoming victory the Seniors had had the pleasure of witnessing since entering high school. Alton's powerful team brought EHS a crushing defeat, 39-0, and Madison followed on their heels by winning from us, 6-2. Edwardsville came back strong. however, beating Granite City. 2-0, and Belleville, 14-6. The season ended with a tie game with Roxana, 7-7, and the Tigers, who had been picked for last place. retired from the field for the season occupying second place in the Southwestern Conference. EHS Football Schedule 1958 E, H. S, Opp, 0 East Saint Louis 34 21 Wood River . 6 26 Staunton . .... . ... ... 6 19 Collinsville tHomecomingi , 0 " 0 Alton . 39 2 Madison . . 6 2 Granite City . 0 14 Belleville 6 7 Roxana .... 7 Conference Games First Federal Sf1l'lY!QN ct Lorna Assoc-iatzoii ElL'li'7'Jtl7l7l Studio Home .Niurscry rt: Grecnliozmfs. lin: IllinoisI,ifml1crC'o..lr1c. M24-ilk. -Q?" ff A, In .2 gwvw 'VL af. is X x K X . N " 15.q.3,1,iz.,:, .Q 'H X X Y . X -l AX . .wifi -:isa 32556 W QDEYS-f bl N5 Cliff Hoppe. Mel Kuethe, Ben Isselhardt and Kenneth Freeland, LQ p, 3 3 V' az, ,, 2 a ,M-f' ,J Joe Luccu. Dick Hutton. J. D. Miller and Ross Rosenthal. WARDCLI. CLLIK BAKER KENNY CONN ERS M I958-59 BASKETB l'l19l-IRS UPS 'l'lf9l-IRS HPS T2 Hixxlilalid Ill Tl Slvliwirishor'-I bil GR f'entrah:i mi iohristmzis Tournwnientr lt Kankaket- IT M W. lfrankfort 57 'iii firflllllt' Vllb Tift i1'hristm:is Tniirnziriienli .Gil Maron -'il tk Nlt. Vernon til 'Four Ti-:im Toiirriaiiierit i1'hrislm:is Toiiriiumi-lit: HIL Hiislilaii-I JE' ini Belleville 554 Il-'our 'IN-:ilu 'l'oi iinvnt vii Uolliiisvilln- fit ,il Alton lik il l-I. St Iioiiis 39 'IN XY...i4l Riu-i T11 T05 Quinn-5 till Basketball This vear Edwardsville had one of the youngest basketball teams it has ever had-both in years and experience. The starting team was eom- posed of two sophomores-Tony Penelton and Varsi1'y Kenny Connors: one junior-Buddy Vallino: and two seniors-Clark Baker and Myron Schumacher. supported by a very strong bench headed by Ron Highlander and Wardell Vaughn. Since the basketball potential of these boys was largely unkrown. it created quite a sensation when the Tigers beat Highland 72-31, lnexper- ienee began to assert itself. however. as lost to Centralia. and then after a long trip to Kankakee. was beaten by the Northern team 47-44. As the season progressed. the team slow- lv gained experience and skill until on the night. following a humiliating defeat at the hands of tht Belleville Maroons they played Collinsville here. During this game the traditional Tiger spirit again evidenced itself as the Tigers fought the Kahoks to a standstill and trounced them 64-54. Fro-n this point on. the Tigers improved with every 'fame urtil finally tournament time arrived. The Tigers found themselves in the toughest brat-ket of the regional tournament. but after Madison upset Alton and E.H.S. beat Roxana. the future looked bright indeed. The bubble was soon broken. however. when Madison proved that its victory over Alton was no upset by stopping the Tigers 68-53. This defeat ended our season with a very respectable 16-ll record. uh ALL . 'I'It1l'IliS HPS. 'I'lGl-IHS lil vit Greenvillt 51 visa liuxziiiq it til Hfvxaiizi t7 vlieizioiial Tuiiriizimw li' Alton lift his Madisori ii DM Madison Sl ilfieuional T-iurnzm tn i Lff :mi Hl:','I:'x St-vtional Winnt 1. , : e -' M. d-L. its i-it-i1.-v-i1i.- :.i l l 'ffm i.l Follinsville ini NM" lxl'm"" so i-1 si l,-luis in Sl""1U""l'1 Nl Iiitvlitivltl ffl .fjif fi! Vallino and Connors take care ot' the ball while Penelton t km ol' Alton's Yavorski. n If 1 ! 1 ' 1 X vs., In f V.-if-rfrritiriu IW-aih Iniwo Q mutt. win man l':iii liar ll.l3.xxood l,ii-w-it Kenny 1'oi.nors Vlsirk laik.-r Fly' :ire lmrr'-Il S4-taake lull in l Burrus, Alvron St-Liiiiiat-her limi Vullino Ward:-ll X iv 'ir , loriv l'ei1v-lliiii Nlivkv-'. Nlutv-xkzi :mtl livin lllgliluilfler n and SI humu lx' r wriinltle tor :i ht-use ball Basketball GI'8.C6 in m0tiOI1. Drda and Highlander move in to he Connors. Y 4 34 5 "Ln-Us talk this over, fellows!" 70 Junior Varsily - Freshmen It takes more than seven lettermen to make a successful basketball team. The other boys who played for E.H.S. in 1958-59 were as follows: Junior Varsity - Leonard Drda, Clyde Fulton. Mickey Mateyka, Darrell Schaake, Dale Speckman. John Clayton. Kenny Hyten. Ronald Kubicek. Leland Leonard. Leonard Nlenoni. Jim Michel. Dee Russell. Kim Sickbert, Jack Turner. Paul Vernon. Bob Waugh. Freshmen -- Laiton Bailey. Tom Barton. Jack Bayer, Clyde Blackburn, Gerald Blase. Joe Bradshaw. George Burnham. Bill Cata- lano. Richard Crabtree, Eldon Frisse, Terry Lynn, Jim Mareing. Kent Martin. Bob Rin- kel, Gary Schumacher. Dave Schwartzkopf, Otis Vaughn, Rich Vieth, Walter Weeks, Dave Werner. Standing Coach Joe I.m-vm T P ll ID l 1 lt KK lll Vaupltin, VValLer Gullr B d Blateyka. Coach Ilivk H ll Kneeling Sanford Mvllurr, fl lt B Hiillilandrr, Mike Pr-tr-rs l 1 I 1 sq., sg? r git-f',g.1 1 'fir , "wwf .N My is A 'YSYGSMM MX I-'ivv Tim-rs shnw :war-perfevt rvlmunding pusitiuns. vm., , . Uqjmglauw, ' 10:11 Suhlllnm-har lu up 110 QW?-K 1 Q ,5 bi 'I 'U' if? mg! fi. 'z ,n, ,MA -Q we s bm Q an an A .,:v4,. o fi 0 , M V M. m,-,SNA ae' In - M- J-,P M f H- .. 'Q n - J'-7' 'I A ' A' 3 Lau r dx -1,,wA ,-rift," 4 , 1 .. ww 45wt..,, ..-up ln' 1-, X , ilsyv, Mmyr, i,,-,'g1f'-,' sew Nqlfi W, , - 1 mei. f-.gmg 5 40 1 ffm' -U2 iw M.. 5 r Q 4' ,:, ..,J -I V , ' - .v":':?1S 1.- EQHQ' 'M -5, Vwawm A JE? ilk Kenny Punnors Dick Cochran I-Id Wentz E11 Piquard 111th in state 50th in state Tth in state set new state alternate E. H. S. record uf 9 minutes 30 seconds for twn milvs. WRESTLING-1959 Wrestling is the one contact sport in which anybov, no matter how small he may be. can par- ticipate on an equal basis with larger boys. This equality generated the fine spirit which helped wrestling to become Edwardsville Highs most dynamic sport in 1959. Some twenty boys returned from last years team, which had a 2-12 record. Using these boys as a nucleus. Coach Kuethe mold- ed a team with the drive and determination to finish the season with a fine 12-4 record. 1958-59 WRESTLING SCHEDULE 912 Tigers Timers Timers Tigers Tigers Tigers Tigers Tigers Tigers Tigers Tigers Tigers Tigers Tieers 28 Roxana 2 35 25 38 38 2 22 31 21 43 24 26 2 27 Relleville Jacksonville Greenville Cahokia Granite City Cahokia Quincy Wood River Greenville Springfield Roxana Granite City Wood River Tigers 22 .Jacksonville 29 M A Tigers 31 . Belleville ln t'ii:ilk up .intitlier win for NV:iyne NViltlp:riiDe. Jaw Buthti ttn elv avi iit the heicinnim, of his match Bill Blarltmon trength t 1 tout-.h opponent 066 CW WT fffkl t rt rrv i vit v i B ulvmu 1 Ilit I Xt nidtr Q lm errye Stlirimm xi u r t ron m e n v t ta san Ron krieper ilflirm ir ii i i 1 n B l I rm te t x t i X ti l niainager fene Xltilvirny rt 1 ii Ar Nix 1 vi Tc r I-d Piqua die Xutrt l Q 1 tv mln i 1 x 1 4 i it in ur ir txnt tar 46 ,T I ' : 1 s H' ' ':'s " ' ' I ' . ' ' -' applies all his s ' fi 1 . ' ' ' ' . T . . T v , . A A . ct A , tk 4 - - A , .' f ' 2 4 ' ' ' " - ., - 1 . r 3 X il . .SL t n, 1 W A i ' F XX . ax' ' K 1 f . Rf 1 1 . - . A ,f V , A ' ' t f I 2 , ' 1 ' Xi I Q . I Q Q, a . f X , . ' 2 V ' .1 . 4 N . 8 , , tk , 1 dx V ,g . X I l 1 . , 4 1 PP s gl' A t t i' i it ,V I D W H t 1 , d xx 1 ..,., N I -e , -Q - ,fr sc ' i v . r ' ' D 5 IJ . ii ' t xx 1' . K - ' K 1 3 -fl . VM A 1 B 1 ' 1 . Y' 1 Frou nv Je .' t': rter. lla "i lkehrzin. K't I: -' r-, "K thwhrziii. Wil it-ri J lax: I . lmrr-ll Busch. 'en Wahl. 1: 1 f C- 1 . Til lin glzis, lid 1' aft. Se wind ' Ji li in , Bot Wells, Iii -k " s. ' ' ' . Boi Q tin. W: ren St: l ll ut Hill lil: t-lin it Paul Riley. il 3 ' s a l. Rui' St -iiimvyer. Ri ssell Trent, Hill V in s. ' ' ' 1 . " ': t. 'Vet' iw Nt-'I iz.-situ. If ry -' nr-. its -- ni-1. 3 ' fm Laid ' , . -.-in Jud- Carter. xnk- lie-yiifilrls t'ii:u'la xi.-1 Ku-in., fs-.rm Th - -xiii. .lin Wxll'ams. Rug Hostii. Iml- Ru -l. li-in Ken-k. I ff R riis, Gene l-'ri ilu. W: j - Wil- ' illit- Q vi M-5 Us 3.4 ou, 4u!'1v' lf, IW fQ"A1w ti f' 2 I! Q if f"'N fa fi ...A-wwf!! W ff- f f My .ng Y lmrrv-il Ruff? XV,ij.'in- Xhlrlurifn- lfalv Huff, l-Ifltlzw 1ri'. lim SM-:ririivyvr llivk Vwlirnli lriwh Vwrivr ltifr.:.1v K-wk Grim- l-'rurifir lax Hu-mi Hilm-rt Al'-xfinrlf-r 'Willri Hia-krii-in XK'11rrf-11 Stwlhvit LH- Htiltrran H115 llwf' I-Jw hun - Waynt- u'iltlal'LllJL'. lbarrcll Busch, .Iav Buchta Dick Caitti .incl Run Kult r Jiutntul Fri 1, wai'wlfx'illc in tht- lllinoib SliilL'SCCIl0llLAlu'I'L'5ll1Flg'llULlI'lli1HlClll this yt-ar. Of these boys. Busch. Buchta. ani Carter got third place mt-clals. and Wilclgruht- won a we-onrl place- and that right to wrestle in tht- statt- final tunrnaincnt. Although Waynt- was 4-liininatt-rl 1-arly. hit did win thc- hnnur fit' lx-in: thc- first I-Iclwarflsvillv buy to ww-silt' in tht- ftatt- finals. M V ,f cz px 'Q-:W "' 55251 'ii-. 1 'WW wk? - N., jk .gg "M X ifgg, - Aww ,V A Jam sq M---MW, W 4 Qrivgei' Q M, gr, ,QW M, . ff. . " 3: , N R A4 M saw qu A, 3551 E M, -mu.. 'Ma-.413 ,Q W Q. n ii sa rm, S 4 xi 5 v 292 an 'D 4 Q I 6.3, ' ' N x Z 0 Q u Q , ,,x. 4 . 1 '-gn, FAC U LTY Nlr. Nolan lforrvll. prinvipul. Miss Elsie Sloan. llvzin uf Girls. and Mr. Ralph S4-hrnicl. Iwnn ui' Buys. :lisa-nss stud:-nt prnlila-ins. Facully A"" . Superintendent of Schuols. Mr. A. Gordon Dodds X Board of Education. sitting left tu right, Mr. Albert Cassens. president: Mr, Herbert Brockmeier, secretary: Mr. A. Gordon Dodds, superintendentg Mr. William Durseyg Standing, left to right. Mr. Elmer Pape. Mr. Robert Schaefer, Mr. Wilbur Suhre, Mr. Robert W1-hling. Mr, Chester But-ma, 8C , v. M. Jawa .1 42.9.4 v.',.,, Q:-'nf . ...- -,,,A.,.,.- , . .,- .a,, ,. 1 1 A W-, I L 1 I" ' W.. gf' " - f,r,r,frw 1.5 ' L M. A ,,g-...-1' W. .... Q-...fm . ,M ' x-Aff-Lf? e'-f-A -Ai - ' N, , , N -, . 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University of Missouri M.A. American History "When was the War of 1812 fought?' MISS LEONA COLEBAR Illinois State Normal University B.S. Girls' Health 1. 2. "Golly, I'm interested in that. too." MRS. ALICE CROCKER University of Illinois A.B. University of Missouri M.A. American Literature. Speech. "Ah-h-h. you can do better than that." MISS GRACE CUNNINGHAM University of Illinois B.S. University of Colorado M.A. Spanish 1. 25 French 1, 2. "Atenciun, senoritas y senorcsf' MR. GAYLE DAY Eastern Illinois University 15.5. in I-ld. Biology, General Science "Agar, agar, everywhere and not a drop to drink." MR. CLEAON ETZKORN Millikin University B.M.E.. M,M.I-I. Instrumental Music "I don't want to mention any names hut his initials are Russell Solomon " Z' Walt Schlemer Orchestra S,chre's Appliance Wm. Pizzini, Distributor Wells Tire Sale.-'. Inc. Yonaka Jetrulry Store Wildey 'lheater 83 as - ,mfr F L, A lp if' f JIVILM I I. ff 4 C ' ,lf is- sg' .1 A- f Q .. .,A f i Q1 ' fix . - vc g.,,,.",' v . sit' N fy. MR. KENNETH FREELAND Eastern Illinois University B,S. Bookkeeping, Clerical Practice. "Now take the cleaning business. for example." MISS CARLA GEVVE Washington University A.B. University of Colorado. M.A. Latin 1. 2. 3. "Veni. vidl, vici--Latin still livesf MR. A. M. GIBSON Illinois Wesleyan University B. University of Michigan M.S. General Science. Physics. "Has anybody seen the camcrai' MRS. HELEN GEORGE McMurray College A.B. Algebra. Advanced Algebra. "Learn your math, or you will have to learn Russian." MISS ESTHER GOEDDEL University of Illinois B.S,, M.A. American History. World History. World Geography "May I see your corridor pass?" MISS ELLA HELM University of Missouri A.B. Columbia University IVLA, Trigonometry, Solid Geometry, Advanced Algebra. Turn off that television set now. Myron." MRS. LILLIE-PEARL HELM Western Illinois University B.S. English 1, Latin 1. "I declare. there's not enough hours in the day." MR. CLIFFORD HOPPE Missouri Valley College B.S. in Ed. Geometry. Advanced Algebra, Practical Math, Assistant Coach. "If you kids would just work a little." Faculty Miss Sherlyn Highlander. secretary, fills out student schedules. Miss Lfnnpzhoter fights for the tvarlwrs in the- fm volleyball game, MISS JOAN HUNTER Eastern Illinois University B.S. in 1-Ill. University of Michigan M.S. Biology. Advanced Biology. "Scientific names aren't hard." MISS FAROLYN HUTTON Southeast Missouri State College B.S. Voc. Home lic. Home Economics 1. "l-'ive-eipzhths of an inch. unless otherwise stated." MR. RICHARD HUTTON Eastern Illinois University B,S. in Ed. YVashim:ton University MS. Boys' Health 1. 21 Assistant Coach. "You call that blood?" MR, KENNY ISSELIIARIJT MeKendree College RS. Washington University M.S. Coach. American History. World Affairs. Driversi Education. "It's fun to win!" MR. JAMES KESSINGER Shurtleff College B.M,E. Vocal Music. "Breathe through your feet." MR. MELVIN KUETHE Illinois State Normal University HS. University of Missouri M,S. Boys' P. l-I., Drivers' Education. As- sistant Coach, "Take short vhoppy steps, boys short choppy steps." MR, EUGENE LITTLE University of Tennessee B.S. M.S. Typinu. General Business. Economics "Are you sure you understand. ma'am1"' MISS LONNIE JO LONGHOFER Southeast Missouri State College B.S. in Ed. Art 1. 2: P. E, "Certainly. I'll help you." Facully Mrs. Mesta Jones. guidance clerk. keeps records for the counseling department. 86 r 0-enllml grins .am Ark Hxllrl gun hlm the- TB skm text Q,,JL, p ca v'.,LJ,,+-QW.. f' fav-N g,,LJ-.1 AJHJ-UL, F ""1 PQ is Nh unur I ips J ml 4 fu, .XXI .ix Miss Phyllis Peradotti adds a cheery smile to the office scene. rf' 'A 4 y l 'NIISS LLCX PARKEY Alabama College B.S Uniyersity of Tennessee M.S, in Home Ec. Home Fconomics 2. 3: Family Living. ont you see?" NIR WILLIANI POVVELL XIcKendree College B.S. Unlyersity of Illinois M. Ed. Chemistry Advanced Chemistry. Physics. We will novx have an evaluation of km NIR NIORNIAN REUSCHER University of Illinois B.S. I-lectriclty I 25 Woodworking 13 General S ywledgc hop. Please turn off the juice hefnre connecting. those YKIFQS NIR ROSS ROSENTHAL Illinois State Normal University B.S. in Ed. American History, Living Problems, Boys' P. slstant Coach. Up and down. out and around." XIRS ROSE SANDS Shurtleff College A.B. Washington University BLA. Fnglish 1 General English. The gypsy s life in a trailer." MR. CHESTER SEIBERT University of Illinois B.S.. M.S. Agriculture 1. 2. 3. "Tote that bale!" MISS ALETHA SMISER Colorado State College of Education M.S. Secretarial Practice, Shorthand. "When in doubt. leave it out." MISS ELAINE SMITH Missouri University B.S. Typing, Shorthand. General Business "Ready . . . eyes on the copy . . . type!" MR. VVILLIAM STAIRWALT Western Illinois University B.S. in Ed, Southern Illinois University M.S. ln Ed. Woodworking 1. Home Mechanics. General Practical Math. Shop "Strike up the band: I want to dance." My I-ua. r. 11 4 i"-...wif 'Z x L 2 4 ...df I him , ....-- awww 3 Cafeteria workers: Mesdames Alma Clark. Vivian Grosenheider, Kathryn Reilly. Anna Parker. Rose Darncon. Doris Jennings. Eleanl-r Schaake, and Mr. Charles Vifalker. Theresa Crook and Nancy Lange are able helpers in the snack har. Eugene Meikamp is hard at work. Elnise Carpenter, Geraldine Killian, Miss Pat Garver. dietician. plans the menus. CAFETERIA K is fx .3 ,,.f 74 .J w M ISS LICORA THOMPSON Millsaps CUIIBX-I6 B.S. l-Inulish 2, Creative VVriting. Tiller Times. "Benn-mlver. in a news story get it ritlht. MISS VIVIAN THOMPSON I-Zastern Illinnis University BS. in I-Id, Inlliana Fniversiiy BLS. Librarian. "Remember, a study hall in tlic library is a privilege." MRS MAIiGARI'I"I'TI'I VVARINIBROIDT Missouri Valley Fullexce B.S in I-Irl.. HAI IC. Nlissnuri Vniversity M, Iifl. I-Zngilish 1. Enulisli Essentials and Unmpnsiliun. Tiller Yearbook. 'iI'm nut really a rnublh, muuh. mean nlrl bmi." MHS. FRANCES VVENTZ Hardin fvillege A..-X. Wasliinglun University A.B. English 1. 2. "Look fur the flrama in life. ' Ii, PIIILII' VVI'IIil'1Ii Illinuis Stale Normal llniversily HS, in ldrl. General Business. Business Law, Ilrivers' l-Jilin-:Minn Bl "0nps! Turn left a block bark!" MISS ISABICL VVOOIJ University uf Illinois A.B. Vniversily ol Vlliseunsin M.A. I-lnglish Literature. American "Tuniurruw. and tnnmrrmwv, and tomorrfwvf' F cully Custodians: Milton Hultmann, Mrs. Mildred Strasen. Irale More viiswciiaiisz Louis Juhnson. Louis Burnichc and Georxe Brooks. Ed Utechtt. Bnlz. ij up 1 in 5' 1 W' 'IQ f 4- uf ff .a CLASSES Wh .' W, rw, Q S, I .Ayn 4 9 2 SENIOR On September 7, 1955, we opened the door with a mighty tug and stepped over the threshold of wis- dom into this noble institution of learning. As the door slowly closed, all self-confidence vanished, and in its place came an empty feeling of confusion. From every direction, it seemed, someone reminded us that we were . . . FRESHMEN! We elected our freshman class officers: John Blixen, president, John Klinke, vice-presidentg Coleen Dalhaus, secretaryg Marcia Harting, treas- urer. We realized disappointment when our fresh- man football team lost every game and when our great basketball team lost the state championship by two points. Although we began sensing the ways of the world more and more, we waded through a trying year to announce proudly ourselves . . . SOPHOMORES! Bill Ligon, president: Donna Johnson, secretary: Judy Guthrie. vice preside-ntg Steve Horstman. treasurer HISTORY Then we felt we really belonged, and we made ourselves at home. We backed our fighting Tigers with enthusiastic energy, and sports took their places along with our social life--parties, dates, and more parties. The freshman-sophomore party was one of the highlights of this year. Walter Guller was our president, Betty Ashauer, vice-president: Larry Mosby, secretaryg Sandra Michel, treasurer. After a truly great year, we found ourselves . . . JUNIORS! Suddenly placed before us were the responsibili- ties of upperclassmen. The quest for education became a serious project with us. We studied hard but took time out to enjoy our junior play-"Riddle Me Riches," and the prom, "Underwater Fantasy," for which we turned the cafeteria into a floating sea of dreams. Class officers were Larry Fencel, presi- dent, Andi Myers, vice-president, Jewel Jones, secretaryg Mike Peterson, treasurer. Ever persever- ing, we fought our way through a mass of studies, text-books, and activities to be . . . SENIORS! As seniors, we were proud to boast about our class when it was recognized in every field of sports, social activities, and scholastic achieve- ment. Nancy Blackmore, as president of Student Council, accepted the honors we won. The dra- matics club gave a superb performance of "No Boys Allowed," and our class play made dramatic history. The band and choir took trips, which will be long remembered as a "bag of fun." Bill Ligon was our senior class president, Judy Guthrie, vice- presidentg Donna Johnson, secretary, Steve Horst- man, treasurer. As the time grows near, we are sad to think of leaving these halls of learning, but we are de- termined that the years here will have been time well spent and that we will make good use of what we have learned as we go out to see what the world has in store for us. Xu mffwf? -f ' yn W "-'A-.J f'--....,., FLEX! TELVAK REBER ENGX 4 sxxsx u in I Y 95 Seniors JUDY ALBL "Guess uiholl get the first diploma." A Cappella Choir 43 Girls' Choir 33 Art Club 3, 43 G.A.A 1. 2, 3. 43 Latin 1. 23 Hi-Tri 1. 2, 3. MARY ALTEFOGT "A pleasant fyirl uiith a pleasant way." Chorus 1, 23 Office Help 43 Tiger Times 43 Hi-Tri 1. 2, 3. BETTY ASHAUER "Such friendliness, such sparkling eyes." Class Vice President 23 Girls' Choir 2, 33 Prom Com- mittee 33 Tiger Times 43 G.A.A. 1, 2, 3, 43 Latin Club 1. 23 Library 2, 43 President 43 Hi-Tri 1, 2, 3. JUDY ASHAUER "Too many words are a wastef' Hi-Tri 1, 2, 3. GUY ATON "lVlzeneuer I feel like exercising. I lie down until the feeling goes away." Band 1, 2, 3, 43 Football 13 Tiger Times 43 Aviation Club 13 Music Listening Club 3, 4. LADIMIR AUBRECHT f'Ladd1e" "llc rnalces the most of all that comes and the least of all that goes? Band 1, 2, 3, 43 Football 1. 2, 33 Wrestling 3, 43 Track 1, 2, 3, 43 Tiger Times 43 Latin Club 13 Science Club 2. 3, 4. DALE BACH "School is OK, but he's really an outdoor man." Chorus 1, 23 Football 1, 2, 3, 43 Basketball 13 Wrestling 3. 43 Track 1, 2, 3, 43 Tiger Times 43 Lettermen's Club 3, 43 Science Club 2. 3, 43 Vice President 4. CLARK BAKER "Bake" 'iHe is handsome, dark, and tall, handy with a baslcetballf, Basketball 1, 2. 3, 43 Baseball 1, 2. Cross Country 1, 2, 3, 43 Photography Club 13 Science Club 1, 2. 3. 4, Vice President 3. JOAN BARNES . 'The girl with the smile is the girl worth- while." nl-Trl 1, 2, 3. LOIS BECKER i'The milclest manners and the gentlest heart." Band 1, 23 F.H.A. 1, 2, 3, 4, President 43 Hi-Trl 1, 2, 3. PATRICIA BECKMANN .lpatu "Have you noticed her sunny smile?" Farina, Illinois, 13 Cafeteria Help 43 G.A.A. 2, 3. 45 F.H.A. 2, 3, 4, Treasurer 43 F,N.A. 43 Hi-Tri 2, 3. DALE BERNHARDT "Barney" "Frequently with my brain I think a thought." Band 1, 2, 33 Football 1, 23 Cafeteria Help 1, 23 Science club 1, 2, 3. RONALD BETTS i'Size is just a matter of opinion." Football 1. 2, 3, 43 Track 1, 3. NANCY BLACKMORE "My idea of an agreeable person is one who agrees with me." A Cappella Choir 2, 3. 43 Band 1, 2, 3, 4, President 4. Secretary 33 Prom Committee 33 Handbook Committee 33 Student Council 1. 2, 3, 4, President 4, Secretary 2, 33 G.A.A, 1. 23 Latin Club 13 Music Listening Club 1, 23 Science Club 3, 4, Secretary 43 Hi4Tri 1, 2, 3. JOHN BLIXEN A-Blix" "He stands on the brink of success. Won't someone please push him in?" Class President 13 Football 1, 2, 3, 43 Basketball 1, 23 Track 1, 2, 3, 43 Prom Committee 33 Tiger Staff 43 Latin Club 1, 23 Lettermen's Club 3, 43 Science Club 3. 43 Visual Aids Club 1, 2. NORA BOCCALEONI :Always the sfwne. always good-naturedf' Chorus 1, 2, 3, 43 Art Club 2, 3, 43 G.A.A. 1. 2, 3. 43 Latin Club lj Hi-Trl 1, 2, 3. IN MEMORY ROBERT DALE WECKMAN Snappmg black eyes and an ever present smile were Bobby's trademarks. He will be in the hearts and memories of all his classmates when they gradu ate this year 97 Sue Brockmeier. Nancy Giacnmelli, Linda Musso and Faye Zenk give a cheer for the Tigers. RONALD' BOPP I "Live while yon'rc' lzring: youll be a long time deadf' Homecoming 3. 43 Football 13 Basketball 13 Baseball 1. 2, 3, 43 Cross Country 33 Latin Club 1. 2: LSIIPF- men's Club 3, 43 Music Listening Club 3. SHIRLEY BOURGEOIS NI have no other hut el n'om.an's reason." Cafeteria Help 33 Art Club 3: F.N.A. 43 Hi-Tri 2, 3. TOM BOURGEOIS "French" "Half a loaf is hotter than no chance to loaf at all? Band 23 Music Listening Club 13 Spanish Club 1. WAYNE BRAASCH . - t - l 'Lei the world slideg Ill not budge an inchf Football 1, 2, 3, 43 Basketball 1, 23 Track 2, 3. 42 Lettermen's Club 3, 4. Vice President 43 Music Listening Club 1, 23 Science Club 2, 3. JEANETTE BRAKHANE "Shell linger long in your rnemoryf' Chorus 1, 23 Prom Committee 33 Tiger Times 43 F.T.A. 2, 3. 4, Secretary 43 G. A. A. 1, 2. 33 Music Listening Club 1, 23 Hi-Tri 1, 2. 3. LAVERNE BRANDING "There is sunshine in her smilef, Granite City, Illinois 13 F. N.A. 43 Hi-Tri 2, 3. CHARLES BRATTEN "Red-headed and ready to go." Technicians Club 4. DONNA BROCKMEIER "Full of fun and laughter, but loyal and de- pendablef' Homecoming 2, 4, Special Maid 43 Chorus 13 Varsity Cheerleader 2, 3, 43 Junior Play 33 Prom Committee 33 Tiger Times 43 F.T.A. 1, 2. 3, 4, Vice President 43 G.A.A. 1, 2, 3, 43 Spanish Club 1. 2, Treasurer 23 Hi-Tri 1, 2. 3. SUE ANN BROCKMEIER "Three things shine-the sun, the moon, and her hair? Homecoming 1, 43 Chorus 13 Junior Varsity Cheerleader 2, 33 Junior Play 33 Prom Committee 33 Cafeteria Help 23 Tiger Ad Staff 43 Tiger Times 43 Art Club 3, 4, President 3, Secretary 43 I-'.T.A. 23 G.A.A. 1, 2, 3, 43 Spanish Club 1, 23 Hi-Trl 1, 2, 3. JAY BUCHTA "Honest Jay" "The harder I try to be gooder, the worser I am." Wrestling 3, 43 Lettermen's Club 3, 43 Spanish Club 1, 2, 33 Technicians Club 1. 3, JANICE BULTMANN "She,s a pepperly little piece, but we all need seasoning," Girls' Choir 43 Chorus 1, 2, 33 Prom Committee 33 G.A.A. 2, 3, 43 Spanish Club 2, 3, 43 Hi-Tri 1, 2, 3. BILL BURIAN "fl guy youid like to meet along life's path." Basketball 13 Science Club 2. 3. 43 Technicians Club 1, 2, 3, 4. MARY JANE BURNHAM "She says what she thtnlc.s3 she means what she says. and shei: usually right? Girls' Choir 23 Chorus 1: Band 1. 2, 3, 43 Junior Play Cast 33 Art Club 23 French Club 1, 2. Treasurer 23 G.A.A. 1, 23 Photography Club 13 Science Club 3. 4, Vice President 43 Hi-Trl 1, 2. 3. JIM BURNS 'tOnward, onward, time in thy flight! Make the bell ring before I reciteli' Homecoming 2. 43 Royal Escort 43 Chorus 1. 23 Baseball 1, 2, 3. 43 Cross Country 33 Latin Club 13 Music Listen- ing Club 3, 4. CRYSTAL BUSTER HBeing pleasant brings a reward of friends." Roxana, Illinois 1, 2, 33 F.N,A. 4. DAVE CARNAGHI "What skill he shows in football clothes."' Football 1, 2, 3, 43 Basketball 1, 23 Baseball 1. 2, 3, 43 Lettermen's Club 3, 43 Spanish Club 2, 3, 4, Treasurer 4, Seniors 99 ' an 1s,,-rw ' , A0 if 43 fl , dip, ,rg if gs A. f ? Q1-ws ,xs- .AQ-in 'fx ""W"'x fm . J" -. if QM'-S7 161 Q '47 'Q ' 5 ,-as 7'-Tw " an ,tank ,, V X if 4 1 .Tim 4.6. -'Li - , 'Nun K 4 . me 944 'Q' Wx Tv X fig f WE: 1 in -1 ,gf , Q E? if w I ,S V " Sic., Q 5 7,-1 ""-as .vi wx WP' DICK CARTER "Jake" "I love to dance. and I'm crazy about rhythm." Football 33 Wrestling 3. 4: Track 2, 3, 4. MARY LEE CARTER "Manner, not gold, is wc-man's best adorn- ne t." I-'.H'.Ail2. 3, 43 H1 Tri 1, 2. 3. KAY CASSENS "In your long chain of friendships, count me a link." Band 1, 2, 3, 43 Prom Committee 33 Handbook Com- mittee 33 Tiger Ad Staff 43 Student Council 1, 2, 3, 43 F.N.A. 43 F.T.A. 1, 23 G.A.A. 1, 2, 3. 4, Vice President 4: Spanish Club 2, 3, 4, Secretary 33 Hi-Tri 1, 2, 3. NORMA COOPER "Seeds of ,friendship she has sown." 1-'.H.A. 1, 2, 3. 4, I-Il-Trl 1. 2, 3. GEORGIA CORLEW "A quiet but learned lass." A Cappella Choir 3, 43 Chorus 1, 2,3 Prom Committee 33 Latin Club 1, 23 Music Listening Club 3, 43 Hi-Trl 1, 2, 3. COLEEN LANKFORD DALHAUS "Our friend she will always be, though she isnlt quite as tall as uve? Class Secretary 13 A Cappella Choir 33 Girls' Choir 23 Chorus 13 Art Club 2. 33 G.A.A. 1, 23 Latin Club 13 Hi-Trl 1, 2, 3. CAROL DIPPEL t'Woman is womanfs natural ally." A Cappella Choir 3, 43 Chorus 1, 23 Band 1, 23 Art Club 33 G.A.A. 23 Music Listening Club 43 Spanish Club 1, 23 Hi-Trl 1, 2, 3. DAVE DOMANOWSKI "Domi" "We live, not as we wish. to, but as we can." Football 13 Baseball 1. 2. 3, 43 Cross Country 23 Latin Club 1, 23 Lettermen's Club 43 Math Club 3, 43 Science Club 3. RICHARD DUNKIRK "There may be better men than 1, but I doubt ll. Springfield, Illinois 1, 2, 33 Football 43 Tiger Times 43 Lettermen's Club 4. DELORES ERSPAMER 6hDee1! U ' ' "Pm just a little 'knit' wit." Highland, Illlnols 13 Girls' Choir 33 Chorus 23 F.T.A. 3, 43 G.A.A. 2, 3, 43 Latin Club 2: Hi-Tri 2, 3. CARL FARMER "A quiet man, but quite 11 man? Tennis 1. LARRY FENCEL U I "To know him is to like him, too." Class President 33 Prom Committee 33 Science Club 1, 2, 3, 43 Technicians Club 1, 2. ED FORGUSON i'Mure valuable than one would suppose." Cafeteria Help 43 F.F.A. 1, 2, 3, 4. GENE FRANKE "As good-natured a soul as ever trod on shoe of leather." Wrestling 3, 43 Cross Country 2, 3, 43 Track 1, 2, 3, 43 Spanish Club 1, 2, 3, 4. DONNA FRAZIER "She'll do well in any place." Chorus 13 Cafeteria Help 43 F.H.A. 23 G.A.A. 1, 23 Hi-Trl 1, 2, 3. ANDREA GERARD "Cookie" "A light heart lives long." Highland, Illinois 13 Chours 2, 3. 43 Prom Committee 33 Art Club 23 F.N,A. 43 G.A.A. 23 Hi-Trl 2.3. og. v s s K.. , L That nothing is gained without effort is proved by Darlene Helmich and Laddle Aubrecht. 101 111 82111111-5 is intq-nt 1-n hir wurk ,- NANCY GlACONIEI.l.I ".lac" '4,q1l'Ul'1 1-f'1'.v1111111111. 11111 111' 1311.41-11111y." I f'il'1TliS l 2. f'l't'Sl11t'llY lg .1lil1l'1l' Play 'aft 113 Pram 1'111n1111111-1- 11. Tig:-r Staff 1: I1ra111ati1-s Flub 43 1-'.T.A. l. 2 11, 1. Vim- Pre-rifle-111 Ii: GA A. 1. 2. Si. 4: SPHYUFY1 4'lu11 1. 2 Sw-rvtary 2: Hi-Tri 1. 2. li. Prvsifient 3. MARIE GOING 'Il1s111P1101'1011111:11111111110111r11p11I6." .X Vappella 4'l111ir 2: Fhwrus 15 Band l. 2 3. 4: Musiv Listening Vlub 2, li. 1: Pl1f1111gra11hy Club 13 Hi-Tri 1. 2. Ii. RHODA GREEN "I"1'11'1.1111:11'x.s' 1101-11111111 11011. 1'l1111'us l. 2. Ii. 13 Pr-1111 1'111n1nit1vo Ii: IRNA 13 1i.A.A. 2. Ii. 13 Library Vlub Zi, 13 Itlusiv Listr-nina: Club 2, 3: Hi'I'1'i l 2 'S GARY GUELDNER "AI11'11yw 11111116 11111111 11111g1111zg." Basin-tball 1: Baseball 1: Prwm f'11mn1ittc1e Ii: Latin 1'lub l, 25 Sviarn-e t'lub 11: 'I-9L'ilY'IiK'I2lI1S Flub 4. WALTER Gl1I,I.ER "M1111st1" A'l'111 1111,w11111g1 so 1110 11111111 11'1II yo '1'11111111." H11Hlt'l'lIIlliIl1-1 2. 1: Glass I'rQ-sim-111 23 Basketball l. 2, ZS, 1. .luniur Play Fast Zig Prum f'11n1111itte11 Ii: H:1n11l1f111k 1'11111n1it1v1- lj Stucln-111 L'11un1-il 13 Math Club 1. 2. Zi. I. l'1'vs1r11'nt 31: Visual Aids t'lub l. 2. ARLENE GUSEWELLE 21111112 the I11'eI1o1'e." Chorus 1. 2. Zi, 13 Offive Help 1: Latin Club 1. 23 Music I.istm-1111114 Club 1: Hi-Tri 1. 2. 3 GLORIA GUSEWELLE A'.M1l1llt'Pl 1111111 f111.1'v11 1lfl1I'.u IIiA'I'ril 2 'S JUDY GI"l'lIRIE "Gu1h" "iV1f11 fl ,:a11xe 01 1111111111' .1110 zs 11Ie.wcd. Glass Vin- PI'Q'Sifit'I1Y 1: Girls' f'h111r -13 Chwrus 1. 2. 3. S1-1-rotary-'I'reas11rer 15: Art t'lub 2. 3: F.N.A. 4. P11-sicle-111 1: G,A.A. 1. 2. Ii. -1: Musiv Listening Club 4: Ph11111gr:111I1y Vlub 1: 1111-Tri 1. 2. 3. Sevrotary-Treas11rvr2 .IOIINNIIC IIAIRSTON ''IIr1117111-1111-1111'1.'11. 11111111111 fl f'lIl'l'.U liaski-tl1:1ll 1. 2: Vruss 1'11u11try 2. 54. 13 'I'ra4-l-1 1. 2, Ji. 1. l.vt1v1'111n-11's Club 2. Ii. 4. TERRY HANDSHY "HH 1111.'w 111.w 111111-11 111.'1:1r1g 11s 11x 11111011 as any. Baud 1. 2. li. I3 Latin f'lub 1. 2. SHERRILL HANSEN "Sherry" "Hold 1116 fr1r1.' 1111 1'o111111g."' Hzind 1. 2. Ii. 1: .Iuniwr Play Ii: Prom Fummittee 3: Tiger' St:11'1' 15 Tim-r Tunes 13 15I'1lf'!1Zili1'S Vlub Ii. 1: l1..K.A. 1. 2. Ii. 13 Latin 1'lub 1. 2: IIi-Tri 1 2, Zi. LOIS HARMON "A 11111111 1101111 1x 1l'O7'11I gold." t'1111rus l. 2. Ii. 1: Prom Committee Ii: G..-LA. 13 Musis' I.iSYt'YIilUl1'il11'1 2. LS. 1: H1-Tri 1. 2. 3, LOUISE HARMON "I 1111111 11111g11 111111-1'1,1 10 11c111I1.' Vlwrus 2. 15 1: Prom 1'11n1111i1t1-v ZS: Ilrarnatu-s 1'lub 1: 19 .11 A. I. 2 1, Musiv I,iste'111111: Vlub 2, Sig H1-Tri I. 2. 3, MARCIA IIARTING "IJ111'1: 1111111 .v1111111'11 cfycw. 11101111 1111111or. v110'.'r ll 111'1ic'." 11111111-I-1111111114 23 Ulasf Tre-asiirer 1: Prom 1'-1mmittn-0 3: II:1n1ib1111k 1'11111mitt1-e Ii: Offlrz- Help 1. 2. 3: Tiger Ari Stuff 1: Student t'1-unvil 2. LS. 43 I-'rvnwh Club 1. 2: CLA..-X. 111 Library P11111 I. 2. li. 1: Hi-Tri 1. 2. 3. ANNE HARTLEY NH11111114 111111 guy-111a1'.v 111714 way." Alusit- 1.1511-1111114 Club Ii: Hi-Tri 1. 2. 3. GEORGE IIARTNAGEL "To 1111111' 111111 s'11'1111r111' 111 11111 vanm 111110 1.1 11111 f'I'."jl.u Hain! I. 2. 15 ll 1"1.1f,1ti1uII 1. 2 Seniors ELIZABETH HAZEL "Be1ty" "F'r1enfllg1 and tall, one of tlm best ol all." Girls' Choir 13 Chorus 1. 2. Il: Art Club 2, Il' I-YN A 1 GA.A. 1, 2, 3. 1: Music Listm-uim: Club 1: Pliotwurapliy Club 1: Hi-Tri 1, 2. 3. DELORES HEAD "Shell find friends and gay tunes n'l1erez'c'v' me goes." Prum Committee 3: Timer Times lg Business lifl. Club 1: I-'.H.A. 1: F.N.A. 4: G..-LA. 1. 2. 3. 1: Blusiv Listeninll Club 4: Spanish Club 1, 2. 3, 43 Hi-Tri 1. 2. 3. JOHN HEFFERNAN "'.Vorl-'. should Ihou b-nller me unduly? VIRGIL HELLINGER "To knou' how to hide one's abililu is great .'l:'lI " Trfirkl 1. VERNA HELLMANN f'Corzfiflence is the compczuiori of success. ' Girls' Choir 2. 3: Chorus 15 Junior Play Cast 33 Prom Committee 3, Office Help 3. 43 Tiger Staff -15 Dramaticzs Club 1: G.A.A. 1, 2. 3. 4, President 4: Musir' Listening Club 13 Photouraphy Club 3: Hi-Tri 1, 2. 3. CALVIN HELLRUNG "He lcuoics all about farming. outdoor sports. and girls." Chorus 1: Football 1. 2. 3: Track 1. 2: F.l".A. 1. 2. 3. 4: Lettermen's Club 3. WILLIAM HELLRUNG '-Blu" "He will succeed, for he belieres everylliizzg he say: " Track 2: Prom Committee 3: Tiger Times el: Art Club 3. l. President ,lg French Club 1. 2: 'l'ec'lirii1'i:nis Club 1.2. DARLENE HELMICH "Math, microscopes, and men." Girls' Choir 2: Chorus 1: Junior Play 3: Prom Commit- tee 3: Cafeteria Help 4: Tiller Staff 1: G.A.A, l. 2. 3. 11: Library Club 1. 2: Suienee Club 3, 1. Prvsirlent lg lli-Tri 1, 2. Zi. Vive President 1. ELAINE HELMKAMP "Happy, busy, nforlc u'eIl done." Girls' Chuir 2. 3: Chnrus 1: Cafeteria lla-lp 3, 1: Tiller Staff 1: Business Ed. Club 1. Secretary l: G.A.A. 1. 2. 3, 43 Photography Club 1. 2. 3: Hi-Tri 1. 2. 3. LESLIE HELMKAMP 'KWl1?7l joy and duty clash. lei duty go to sfnaxhf' Band 1, 2: Fuotball 1. 2. 3, 1: Travk 1. 2. 3: Cafeteria Help 2: F.F,A. 1: Lettermen's Club 4. RONALD HIGHLANDER "Cculdn't be dull if he tried." Basketball 1. 2. 3. 45 Baseball 1. 2. vi-JARNON HILLA "His shoulders are broad enough lo carry the world." Band 1, 2, 3. 1: Football 1. 2. 1: Wrestling 3: Travk 1. 3. 1. DAVID HOFFMANN "His talents will carry him to the top." A Cappella Choir 3. 4: Clmrus 1. 2: Gulf 1, 2. 3. l, Junior Play Cast 3: Prom Committee- Il: Tix-:er Times 1: llramativs Club 3. 4. President 15 Fr:-nm-h Club 1. 2: l,cttvrmen's Club lg Musif- Listeninl: Club 1, 2: Visual Aids Club 1 2 SARAH I-IORSTMAN "A delicate bit of girlhoodf' Chorus 2. 3, I-11-LA. 1. 2, 31 Hi-Tri 1 2.11, STEVE HORSTMAN "His good humor is a fountain ne1'erdl'y." 1 i ' 4 Class Treasurer 4: Basketball 2, Tennis , L, I. . Aviation Club 2. 3, Treasurer 3: I.:-ttf-rnu-n's Club 1. ROY POSTO "Bear" "Wise men .-:au nothing zn llIl7lfjUlOll.X' tjllll'N,H l-'fnltball 2. Il, 1: Wrestlim: 3, 11 Tram-l-1 2. Il. 1: Tig:-r Times 1: F.FA. 1. 2. 3. 4: Lettermt-n's Club l. Lev Lzulrl pix-p:u'n-s lu pq-rf-'rin u rlu-inistry vxperinu- 1. lr , . 'NM 9 . .4422 W... 7 W- ' ',.- 2, 'Il In Y WW, ..,,, ,,,. . , Shorthand seems to be puzzling: Donna Johnson. 4' ya Hb' 3 ,.. BILL HOUBA 'iCareful. girls. don't fall over his line." A Cappella Choir 2. 3. 4: Chorus 13 Junior Play Cast 3: Dramatit-s Club 4: Latin Club 1. 2. Music Listenini: Club 33 Tevbnirians Club 1. RICHARD ISENBERG "Six feet oi man." MARJORIE JACKSON "Life will never be dull when she's around." Prom Committee 3: Art Club 33 Business Ed. Club 43 G,A.A. 1, 2: Latin cunt 2, in-Tri 1. 2, zi, BILL JACOBS D "He is new nere, well admit: yet in our circle, he's a fit." Clierryville, Missouri 1. 2, 33 Tiger Times 41 Latin Club 4, CAROL JENNE "The most essential thing for happiness is the gift of friendship." A Cappella Choir 3. '13 Girls' Cboir 33 Band 1, 2, 3. 13 Art Club 3, -I3 G.A.A. 1, 23 Latin Club 1. 23 Hi-Tri 1. 2. 3. DELMAR JOHNSON 'The girls havent found him yet." DONNA JOHNSON "The smile that n'on't come off." Class Secretary -lg Chorus 1. 2. 3. tg Tiger Time-s -13 G.A.A. 1. 2, 3, -13 Photography Club 13 Spanish Club 2. 3, 4. President 33 Hi-Tri 1. 2. 3. ESSIE JOHNSON :'Do yon reckon anything could make her mad?" Chorus 1. 2. 3. 4: G.A,A. 1. 2: Hi-Tri 1. 2, 3. w1LLiAM JOHNSON -3Bi11't "The kind of a guy yon like to know." A Cappella Choir 3, -t3 Chorus 1. 23 Football 1. 2: Base- ball 1, 2. 3. -1: Lettermen's Club 13 Music Listenini.: Club 1. 2. 3. 1. JEWEL JONES "What charms yon conceal, but never forget to n.-:e!" Homecominiz 3. i, Queen -13 Class Treasurer 33 A Cap- pella Cboir 2, 3. 43 Chorus 13 Band 1. 2. 3. -1, Secretary 43 Junior Varsity Cheerleader 25 Junior Play Cast 33 Prom Committee 33 Tiger Times 43 Dramatirs Club 3. 4, Secretary 43 G.A.A. 1. 2. 3, 43 Latin Club 1. 2. Vice President 23 Hi-Tri 1. 2. 3. JANICE JUDGE K'Happy, friendly, full of fun." Band 1. 23 Tiger Times 43 G.A,A. 23 Library Club 3, 43 Spanish Club 1, 23 Hi-Tri 1. 2. 3. MELAINE KAUFMANN "Better late than never." Girls' Choir 2, 3, 43 Chorus 13 Junior Play Cast 3g Prom Committee 33 Drzimatics Club 3. 4g Music Listen- ing Club 13 Spanish Club 25 Hi-Tri 1. 2. 3. JEANETTE KESSMAN "Dancing dimples and a sparkling smile." Girls' Choir 13 Chorus 1. 2. 33 Prom Committee 33 Cafeteria Help -t3 Latin Club 13 Music- Liste-nini: Club 2 3 4' I3IiTri1 2 'S ROBERT KIDD "I'll neifer grow old: l'll always be a Kidd." A Cappella Choir 3. 43 Chorus 1, 23 Junior Play Cast 3: Prom Committee 33 Latin Club 1. 2: Music' Listening Club 3. 4: Visual Aids Club 1. 2. WANDA KING "Pony tails and lots of males." Girls' Choir 43 Chorus 1. 2. 33 Junior Play 33 Prom Com- mittee 33 G.A.A. 1. 2. 3. 4: Spanish Club 1. 2, 3. 4. Secretary -ig Hi-Tri 1. 2, 3. BARBARA KLAAS 'AA kind word for everyone." Bethalto. Illinois 1: Alton. Illinois 2. 33 Girls' Choir 1. Y Seniors ll.. JOHN KLINKE "Tinker" 4 "Can I fiance! Can I clrzrel Man, I lil the coolest cot ali:-c."' Uluss Vim' I'rm-sirieiit l, Chorus I3 Gulf 1. 2, 3, -ll Let- tm-rim-ri's t'lub 2. 3, l. Secretary 43 Science Club 1. 2. PEGGY KNIBB "She smzled and the shadows departed. ' Highland. Illinois 13 A Cappella Choir 43 Girls' Choir 3: Chorus 23 Banil 2. 3, 43 Prom Committee 33 Cafeteria Help 43 F.N.A. 4, Treasurer 43 G.A,A, 2. 3. 4, Treasurer 43 Latin Club 23 Music Listening Club 3. 43 Hi-Tri 2, 3. ROBERT KOISHER - "Sometime I szt and thznlc, but most of the time I just sit." ROBERT KRIEGE U 1 "A lzmng proof to all the world of faith rn lirolherhood. ' A Cappella Choir 43 Chorus 1. 2. 33 Tennis 23 Tiger Ad Staff 4. GAYLA KROUSE U "There was a star danced, and under zt I was born." Homecoming 1. 4, Special Maid 43 Girls' Choir 2. 3: Chorus 1. Secretary 13 Junior Play Cast 33 Tiger Staff 4: Dramzttics Club 4, I".T,A. 33 G.A,A. 1, 2, 33 Latin Club 1. 2. President 23 Hi-Tri 1, 2, 3, Vice President 2. MARILYN KUCHTA t4MakYY t'Alwaus on hand when the fun begins." Girls' Choir 2, 33 Chorus 13 Prom Committee 33 Tiger Staff 43 Tiger Times 43 Art Club 1, 2. 3. 43 G.A.A, 1. 2, 3, 43 in-Tri 1. 2. 3. MARY ANN KURMANN "She started right. and she'll stick to lt." Hipzliland, Illinois 13 Chorus 2. 3. -43 Art Club 33 Business 1-ni, cum 43 Hi-Tri 2. xx, LEE LADD "Long and lean and lank and thm as one of Satan's clzerubznf' Wrestling 33 Track 33 Prom Committee 3: SCWHC9 Club 3. 1. BONNIE LAMB "All good women are influential. Need any advice?" A Cappella Choir 2, 3. 43 Chorus 13 Junior Play Cast 33 Prom Committee 33 Handbook Committee 3, 43 Tiger Staff 3. 43 Tiger Times 43 Student Council 1, 2, 3, 4. Secretary 43 Dramatics Club 3. 43 French Club 1, 2. Secretary 23 F.T.A. 23 G.A.A. 1. 2, 33 Library Club 1. 23 Hi-Tri 1, 2. 3. Secretary-Treasurer 3. CAROL LEACH "A good worker and a true friend." Chorus 2, 3. 41 Music Listening Club 3. 43 Spanish Club 1. 23 Hi-Tri 1, 2, 3. LARRY LEITNER "The skill to do more with the will to refrain." Chorus 1, 23 Football 1. 23 Science Club 1, 2, 3. 4, GEORGE LIEB "Frotloose and fancy free." Art Club 3. JUDY LETOURNEAIJ "L1fe zs just one bzg whzrlf' Girls' Choir 43 Prom Committee 33 Office Help 3. 43 Tiger Times 43 G.A.A. 1. 2. 3. 43 Library Club 2. 3. 4: Hi-Tri 1. 2. 3. MARY KAY LEUSCHKE "A good cqq. sunny szde up? Highland, Illinois 13 Girls' Choir 3, 4, President 42 Chorus 23 Prom Committee 33 Tiger Ad Staff 43 Dra- matics Club -43 G.A.A. 2. 3. 4, Secretary 41 Music Listen- ing Club 3: Hi-Tri 2 3. BILL LIGON "He floc.vn't belzere in love at first sight, but he 'loes believe zn iz second look? Class President 43 Baseball 1. 2, 3. 43 Math Club 3. 43 Spanish Club 1. 23 Technicians Club 4. PHYLLIS LIPPINCOTT 'Patience rs the best remedy for ecery trouble." IIi"I'r1 l, 2. SS, Lois Becke W at 3 4.1 M L IE . I : '7 K, f 3 ,,' ff f .1 I ' Y , tier 'ff if ii ' s 1 .ze Q 1, MQ it iv Www fy Ez if si' sw L 55 The double quartet sings at the concert. lllanc Webb marvels at co-captain Meikampfs strength, -s .'., rf fn MARY LONG "As constant as the northern star." Hi-Tri 1, 2, 3. KATHRYN LOTT "If worries were dollars, she'd be a paupcrf' Collinsville. Illinois 13 Girls' Choir 43 Chorus 33 Music Listening Club 33 Hi'Trl 2, 3. ROBERT MAGRUDER "I arrived here for at purpose. but what. CURTIS MARTIN iicorkyn "Ile has a heart as sound as a bell." Chorus 1, 3. 43 Art Club 4. gn DONALD MARTIN MA lion among ladies." Football 1, 2, 3, 43 Basketball 1. 2: Track 1, 2, 3, 43 Lettermen's Club 4. TERRY MARTIN "Early to bed, early to rise was meant for those old-fashioned guns? Golf 1, 2, 3, 43 Lettermen's Club 1, 2, 3, 4. JOHN MCDAID "Beware! I may yet do something spectacularf' LINDA MCDONOUGH "Sweet, shy. and soft-spoken." Roxana, Illinois 13 Bethalto, Illinois 2. 33 Music Listening Club 4. MAUREEN McLEAN MMO!! 'LA smile is uvorth a million frowns in any market. ' Highland, Illinois 13 Chorus 2. 3, 43 F.N,A. 43 G.A.A. 2, 3, 43 Latin Club 23 Music Listening Club 3, 43 Hi-Tri 2, 3. MICHAEL MCLEAN AKMike! 7 "Each mind has its on'n method." Handbook Committee 2. 3: Student Council 2. 3, 4. Vice President 43 Latin Club 1, 23 Technicians Club 1, 2. 3. 4. SANFORD MCMURRAY "Tall and shy--a real nice guy." Football 13 Basketball 2, 3, 43 Cross Country 2, 3, 43 Track 1, 2, 3, 4. EUGENE MEIKAMP "He puts his worries in a box, sits on the lid. and grins." Football 1. 2, 3, 43 Wrestling 3, 4, Manager 43 Baseball 1, 2. 43 Lettermen's Club 3, 4. DOROTHY MENNEMEYER "A bit of inerrirnentfi Half-Day Student. CLARENCE MERKEL "Moderation, the noblest gift of Heaven." F.F.A. 1, 2, 3, 4. DUANE MEYER t'Nener too busy to laugh, listen, or lend a helping hand," Cross Country 43 Track 43 F.F.A. 1, 2, 3, 4, President 4, Treasurer 3. SANDRA MICHEL "Its nice to be natural when you're naturally nzacef' Class Treasurer 23 Chorus 1, 23 Office Help 33 Cafeteria Help 3. 43 Tiger Times 43 F.H.A. t. 2 3. S..4rt-tary 23 F.T.A. 4, o.A.A, 1, 2, 3, 43 In-'rri 1, 2, 3, vlk- 0' Vx Seniors LARRY MOSBY "A QOOd'7lfllZlTCd guy, allergic to trouble and worry." Class Secretary 2g Technicians Club 1. 2. 15. 4. CARL MULLIKIN "You ivouldn't believe it, but once I was bashfulf, A Cappella Choir 3. -11 Chorus 1. 23 Junior Play Cast 3: Tiger Ad Staff ,lg Technicians Club 1, 2, 8, 4 LARRY MUNTON "The more you lfnou' him, the better you like hzmf' Troy, Illinois 1. 2. 35 Cross Country rl: Lettcrmeu's cum -1. LINDA MUSSO "Moose" "Good nature is the essence of popularity." Chorus 1. 23 Junior Play 33 Prom Committee 3: Tiger Staff 43 Dramatics Club -lg F.T.A. 1. 2. 35 G.A,A. 1 2 3 A Latin Cl , . . 1 ' ub 1. 21 Hi-Tri 1. 2. 3. ANDREA MYERS A-Andie "ln her was blended in like degree, the angel and the devzltryf' Class Vice President 33 A Cappella Choir 33 Girls' Choir 23 Chorus 13 Band 1, 2, 3. lg Prom Committee 3: Handbook Committee 33 Student Council 1: G.A.A. 1, 2, 3, 43 Latin Club 1, 21 Photography Club 3, 4. Vice President 4g Hi-Tri 1. 2. 3. JUDY NEIDHARDT "To a young heart everything is fun." Chorus 1, 4: Art Club 15 Music Listening Club 1. Spanish Club 1. 2: Ili-Trl 1, 2, 3. CARMEN NEWELL "Always upon a cloudf' Girls' Choir 45 Chorus 2. 33 Iii-Tri 1, 2. 3. NELSON NOLTE "When thcre's a piano to be moved, Nelson grabs the stool." Chorus 1. 23 Football 1: Basketball 33 Tennis 2: Latin Club 1, 2. KAREN O'CONNELL "She can't be bothered with serious thoughts." Art Club 3: Hi-Tri 1. 2, 3. DAVID PETERSON "He faces life with calm defiance." Tennis 27 Prom Committee 33 Latin Club 1. 2: Visual Aids 1. MIKE PETERSON upogow "Women prefer a gentleman." Homecoming 1, 4. Special Escort 4: Class Secretary 33 Basketball 1, 2, 3. -t: Baseball 43 Cross Country 2. 3. 4. Track 1. 2, 3, -43 Prom Committee 33 Latin Club 1, 2. Treasurer 13 Lettermen's Club 1. 2, 3. 4. President 43 Math Club 33 Music Listening Club 4g Visual Aids 1. RICHARD PINKAS "I may be small, but so was Napoleon." PARKER POWELL "Young nfan about tournf, Chorus 13 Tennis 23 Gull' 1: Prom Vornniittui- 3. 'Fixer Times 4: Latin Club 1. 21 Science l'lub LS. I. LARRY QPRIMAS y I "Who said life was a serious buszness?" Baseball 2. Joe P-RIMROSE "His atm in life will not be small." Latin Club 1, 23 Math Club 3. il. NELSON PYLE "Paddles his ouu canoe and paddles it well." Football 2: Aviation Club 11 Spanish Club 1. 2. 3. 4. in Bob Kidd. Iiuuuiv Lanih. Parker lhnu-ll aut Tom Baird examine a biology specimen. ,f I 1 W I ...- Steve Horstman and Dave Hoffman are really coneentratlng. JUDY RICHARDSON U "One who would make a good friend." Highland, Illlnols 1: A Cappella Cholr 3, 4: Chorus 2: Band 2, 3, 4: Prom Committee 35 F.N.A. 4: G.A.A. 2, 3, 4: Latin Club 2: Music Listening Club 3, 4: Hx-Trl 2. 3. BERNARD RINGERING l "Hels from Poag and proud of it." Halt'-Day Student, JULIA MUGLER RINGERING "A small compact bunch of harmony." Chorus 1, 2: Cafeteria Help 4: F.H.A. 1, 2, 3. 4: Hi-Tn 1. 2, 3. DON RIPLINGER . "Great men have made mistakes, I have made mistakes, therefore I am a great man." A Cappella Cholr 3, 4: Chorus 1, 2: Music Listening Club 3, 4: Spanish Club 1, 2. BETTY RUEMMLER "The sweetest kind of bashfulnessf' F.H.A. 4: H1-'rn 1. 2, 3. BARBARA RUSSELL "The best woman is the one least talked about." Chorus 1: Art Club 2: F.H.A. 1: Music Listening Club 3: 1-nm-1 1, 2. 3. JOHN SANNES "I wish the fellow who invented work had finished it." Highland, Illlnols 1: Chorus 2. 3. 4: Basketball 3: Base- ball 2: Aviation Club 4: Spanish Club 3. RONALD SCHAAKE "I take life slow and easy? Chorus 1: F.F.A. 1, 2, 3, 4. ELIZABETH SCHAEFER Ll ' !! L1z D "Her sweetness is surpassed only by her friendliness." Chorus 1, 2, 3: Prom Committee 3: Tiger Staff 4: French Club 1, 2. Vice President 2: G.A.A. 1. 2, 3. 4: Photography Club 1. 2, 3, 4, Secretary-Treasurer 4: I-Il-Trl 1, 2, 3. EVA SCHIPKOWSKI I "Life is here to lwe it as you like tt." Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4: Spanish Club 1, 2. 3, 4: HI-Tri 1, 2, 3. STEVE SCHOENEWEIS "A woman would go through fire and water for such a kind heart." A Cappella Choir 2, 3. 4: Band 1, 2, 3, 4: Junior Play Cast 3: Prom Committee 3: F.T.A. 4: Latin Club 1, 2: Music Listening Club 3. MARYELLEN SCHULTZ "That sea: which is therefore called fair." Chorus 1. 2, 3: Prom Committee 3: Dramatics Club 4: G.A,A. 2,43 Photography Club 3: Spanish Club 3: Hi-Trl 1, 2, 3. MSLRON SCHUMACHER SKS ui! "If worries were the only cause of death, 1 would live foreverf' Homecoming 3, 4, Special Escort 4: Basketball 1, 2, 3. 4: Baseball 1. 2. 3, 4: Cross Country 2, 3, 4: Junior Play Cast 3: F.T.A. 3: Latin Club 1. 2: Lettermen's Club 2, 3, 4. DON SCI-IWALB "Schwaby-Dick" "You gotta be a football hero to get along with the beautiful girls." Football 1, 2, 3, 4: Wrestling 3: Track 2, 3: Letter- men's Club 3, 4: Science Club 2, 3, 4. JOE SCHWALB "What should one do but be merry?" Chorus 2: Latin Club 1, 2: Math Club 3: Science Club 4: Technicians Club 1, 2, 3, 4. MARY ANN SCOTT "Scotty,' ., . Oh! I am stabbed with laughter!" Girls' Ch0ir 4: Band 1. 2, 3, 4: Prom Committee 3: G.A.A. 1, 2. 3: Music Listening Club 2, 3, 4: Spanish Club 1: Hl'Tl'l 1, 2, 3. ' .-13-u. A ,. WJ' ,A 5 X 2 'P , 5? ,A I Q93 , . 1:14. ffl .- " '- if 6 abil? . 4, T? W H xf"' F ,410 ,- -,, PQI W QW Qkk ME A 'X X ' '55 A Q- x s, ,f s. iff!-1' xg. 4 9 W' ,I A 1 'e .-'S Y? H4 'Q .79 Q .pf X? 6 Aw C , wry an 9 X an ,fx xi RL 3 Ji. M 'aw tx if S? V . u JUDY SHELTON "Laughing eyes and dancing feet." cjhnrtis 1. 2. 3. ig Pram Committee 3: Offifv H2111 542 GA.A. 1. 2. 3. 1: Library Club 1. 2: Hi-Tri 1. 2. 3. GLORIA SILVA -'sir' A "Life is too short for logzcf' Office Help 3. 43 Spanish Club 1. 2. 3. 4. Treasurer 31 Hi-Tri 1. 2. 3. CAROLE SUE SIMMONS "A maiden shy that catches thc eye." Girls' Choir 2. 3. 4: Chorus 1: F.H.A. 1. 2: Spanish Club 3. 4: Hi-Tri 1. 2. 3. DAVID SKAMENCA "Skamink" "He u-onlfl stop St. Peterfs roll call to asl: ri question." Banrl 1. 2. 3. 4: Prom Committee 3: Math Club 3. 1: Spanish Club 1. 1.5. JEANETTE SMITH A "Air and manners are more expressive than Words." Chorus 1. 2. 3. -1: Art Club 13 Music Listening Club 1: Spanish Club 15 Hi-Tri 1. 2. 3. RUSSELL SOLOMON "Cessell" 'My zr-terest is zn the future because l'll spend the rest of my life there." Band 1. 2. 3, -1. Vive President 45 Basketball 1, 2: Cross Country 2: Gnlf 3. 41 Prom Committee 33 Hand- book Committee 21 Student Council 1. 2. 3. 43 Letter' men's Club 43 Math Club 8. 43 Science Club 1. 2. JESSE SONES "His cares are nan' all ended." Basketball 1. 2, 115 Spanish Club 1. 2. 3. 1. ROGER SOUTH "I'm ready to seek my fortune." Spanish Club 1. 2. 3. 4: Terhnivians Club 1, 2, 3. ALBERT STAHLHIIT "Sonny" "Every man has his fault and honesty is his." Basketball 2. 3. 1-'.1-'.A. 1. 2. si. -4. PEGGY STANDEFER "l'Itfzc:eney as her motto." Girls' Choir 2. 3. -15 Chorus 15 Prom Committee 3: Tiuer Times 43 G.A.A. 1. 2. 3: Latin Club 1. 25 Library cum zi. -ag Hi-Tri 1. 2. 11. ROBERTA STEIN "Ar fl127'K!!iCl7lQFlS 0e.', Office Help 43 Business Ed. Club 4. President 4: Latin cum 21 I-Ii-Tri 1. 2. 3. ROY STEINMEYER "No one lrneu' what he could do. until lit' tried." 1.Vrestlim.: 3 13 Cross t.'m1ntry 1. 2. 33 Trat-k 2. 1: 1f.1-1.1. 1. 2 3. 1. Spanish vim. 1. 2. ERNEST STRICKLAND "There rwust be hard irorlf in limi. for none eve r rmnes out." Basketball 1: Trat-k 3. 45 Art Club 3. DONNA SUHRE 'Her trays are trays of qu:etuess." A Cappella Choir 43 Chorus 2. 33 Musit- Listenini: Club 41Hi-Tri 1, 2. 3 LARRY SIIHRE '71 nice guy but he strings a mean club - golf. of cttursef' Wrestling 43 Cross Country 3. 43 Golf 2. 3. 45 Letter- men's Club 15. 4, Music Listenini: Club 3: Spanish Club -1 LARRY SZEGEDY "Proficient with bon' and arrow. but not to play czfpirlf' 1-mntball 1: Musir Listeninll f'lub I5 Liz Svliat-it-r 1-njliys a f-tml drink while Sandy Michel waits her turn Miss Longhofer returns an art paper to Faye Z6-nk. I CAROLYN TALBERT "Pee Wee" "Always studying-either men or styles." Chorus 1. 2, 13 Music' Listening Club 1. 23 Hi-Tri 1. 2. 3. JIM THOMAS "Rest and be thankfulfi Baseball 23 Music Listening Club 3. MARION TREAT "Virtue is bold. and goodness never fearfulf A Cappella Choir 4. Girls' Choir 2. 3: Chorus 12 Art Club 23 Latin Club 13 Music Listening Club 33 Science Club 43 Hi-Trl 1, 2. ZS. DAVID TUDOR "Maybe he is and maybe he ain't. but we think he is." Chorus 23 Wrestling 3. 43 Cross Country 2. Il. 43 Cafe- teria Hein 33 Photography Club 3. SUSIE TURNER "Like the Northwest Mounted. she always gets her man." Girls' Choir 43 Chorus 2. 35 Prom Committee Il: Tiller Times 43 Art Club 3, 43 Spanish Club 13 Hi-Tri 1, 2, 3. JUDY UNTERBRINK "I will be the pattern ol all patience: I irill say nothing." Cliorus lj Art Club 23 Business Ed. Club 33 F.N.A. -13 Photography Club 4: Hi-Tri 1. 2. 3. MIKE URBAN i'What a man has-that much he's sure of." Basketball 1, 23 Cross Country 23 Photography Club 3. GENE VANEK i'In silence theres a worth that brings no risk." Music Listening Club 33 Svience Club 4. WARDELL VAUGHN "Bud" "He who laughs last is dense." Basketball 1. 2. 3. 43 Cross Country 2. 3. 13 Track 13 Spanish Club 3. RAYMOND VIETH "The short period of life is long enough for living uvell and honorably." Cafeteria Help 23 F.F.A. 1, 2. 3, 1. Vice President 4. Secretary 3. GEORGE VOGHT "lf the good die young. il's a wonder he has survived so long." A Cappella Choir 3. 43 Chorus 1. 23 Prom Committee 3: Music Listening Club 43 Spanish Club 1. 2, 3. ALLAN JAY WALLACE "A regular kind of guy." A Cappella Choir 3, 43 Chorus 1. 23 Football Manager 1, 2, 33 Dramatics Club 3, 4. Treasurer 43 Lettermen's Club 2, 3, 43 Music Listening Club lg Spanish Club 1. 2. KATHRYN WALLACE "Katie" "Always happy, never sad. full of pen. and never bad?" A Cappella Choir 2, 3. 4. Secretary-Treasurer 43 Chorus 13 Junior Varsity Cheerleader 23 Varsity Cheerleader 3.43 Junior Play 33 Prom Committee 33 Tiger Staff 2. 3. 43 French Club 1, 2. Secretary-Treasurer 23 G.A.A. 1, 23 Photography Club 1, 2, 3, 4. President 4. Secretary- Treasurer 2, 33 Hi-Tri 1. 2. 3, President 1. GERRI WEBB "Cheerfz3lness is an offshoot of good will." Prom Committee 3: Tiger Times 43 Art Club 33 Business I-Id. Club 4: Spanish Club 1. 23 Hi-Tri 1, 2. 3. TERRY WEILER 'Over life is what our thoughts make it." Music Listening Club 4. JERRY WELLS 'Science is on the l7lflTCll,' when do we leave?" Tennis 1, 2. 3. 4: Science Club 1, 2, 3, 4. WT' Q ...nfl "V- N14 ,rf -E 3,5 ka WA f pg , vga, Vg? J , W ,y s , H522 V 5 Kb Y -x P4 , as ,- X I 2 1.-' X -lu Q in 1 EDWARD WENTZ "Easy Ed" Of all the cards m the semor class, he 1 e Joker of the deck A Cappella Choir 3 4 President 4 Chorus 1 2 Basket ball 1 2 Cross Country 2 3 4 Track 2 3 4 Junlor Play Cast 3 Prom Committee 3 Dramatlcs Club 3 4 Vice President 4 Latin Club 1 2 Lettermen s Club 2 DAVID WEST Bnrd Dog He 11 au have fl message for the world Football 1 Baseball 1 2 Prom Committee 3 Tech nicians Club 1 3 4 JOYCE WEST It matters not how long we lwe, but how nd 1 2 Fenc b GA 1 o raphy Club 1 2 3 4 Hi Trl 1 WAYNE WILDGRUBE Gruber A very gentle beast and of good consczence Football 2 3 4 Wrestling 3 4 Track 3 4 Cafeteria Help 2 Lettermen s Club 3 4 JIM WILLIAMS Wlllle prank Football 1 2 3 Wrestling 4 Track 4 Art Club 3 4 ARLENE YEHLING She has plenty of uzm, uzgor, and wztalzty Girls Choir 2 3 4 Chorus 1 Junior Play 3 Prom Committee 3 Student Council 1 2 3 4 Art Club 3 Vice President 4 Secretary 3 FH A 1 G A A 1 2 3 Photography Club 2 Hl Trl 1 2 3 Vice President 3 JEROME ZEISSET 1 hey say stzll waters run deep Chorus 1 2 3 4 Cafeteria Help 1 FFA 1 Science Club 1 2 3 4 Visual Aids 2 3 4 FAYE ZENK Her fnends are lzke the autumn leaves found c1Jeryu'here Homecoming 3 4 Girls Choir 2 3 4 Vice President 3 Chorus 1 Junior Play 3 Prom Committee 3 Tiger Ad aff 4 Dramatlcs Club 4 FTA 2 3 4 GA 1 2 3 4 Spanish Club 1 2 Hl Trl 1 2 3 President2 l' . 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'A Wilbvrt Bartels '- l A , if Pziuletta Beckmann KF - Z, .,A,, , Q," Barbara Begeman A f E' U 'N I A 9 ' Audrey Bell Y V -x'E?5P' A M. Pat Bertram ww- W...-or ' N672 '.: ::5": 3 Janlvc BIVCIIS Willie Blackman Janet Blase Mary Ann Blumenthal Ruse Buccalconi Joe Bolin ,A t ' ' V- Ruse Marie Bmmer W Aw , , ' E? M' , Jim Bunser 6 " : Donald Boyd . Q , sy My , ' i , ,.- .J l ' i .lim Boyle I Y W -if "' My 'J :I Mickey Boyles , W " I Dwainc Braddy ' " ' ' ! Y Q 2, e 1 f p I - I Mary Lee Bradford .' . Lloyd Brase ' H . QQ .,.. , . ' V 'Zh I Richard Brase 5 Q H any , I , ff Barbara Braun ' M ,f ' ff , 'wfwj ,, Q ' 0 'wftf E2 , " f J " ffrgzlii Roger Brethorst ' xl V, V X A V Cynthia Brown my KX' V f 5 ' '-if C ' E ln du liiwm li i 'fp , 5 ' 4' ,, W4 'In lifflslnd Brn'.xn , if I 3 " .lu Ann Ilrm-111' ' 9 ' , , V 5 'fl Mary l.:-li Hum-M " " f' A, Q I 'Y N- lidnalrl Bu:-kimlhzlln , I Y Q, 1 X f Q, J 42 x 'l Q ' at . A K ,. lf" JZZQ, 'Qi Wg.. Mu- Hllvklvb ,I V f V, 2 Z .I4:3.1'v Bllrnhnm g H A , ", liurlmm Biirrmluplln in J' ,rr W -I ln-:ui Burrus X' V I 1 f ' f 5 P: l B s ' V sf fi' ' , id drru ,,,.,,' 2 ,I ,Hal 63 V ' , A 'i E ig , . , any Martha Bush John Butcher Kay Calvert Anna Marie Carpenter Marnette Carpenter Richard Casna Richard Cassens Nancy Chalcraft Claudette Vllandlcr Karen Claytfwn Dick Cochran Dave Coley Ed Culligan Scott Cunard Frank Cook Ray Curl Herb Corrcll Mike Cover Judy Guy Doris Crabtree Eddie Craft Theresa Vrnuk Judy Cummins Kenny Daccli Mariluu Dale Emma Dawson Bob Detloncini Bill llelehanty Nancy IM-Shvrlizt Diana Ilcttmcr Barbara llickma nn Henry Dohle Jerry Dresch Joyce Iiuttun Larry Earls Ronnie Emmons wg 1 'Ji Q", il 5 1--7 1 f' ll ,fn 1 '3- -J 'H "mf '- as C PF' u K , Jirn B1-ylc presides as niaatl-rf ul'-4-crcmmiies fur thc band and choir lfliristmas coiicl-rl. 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Arl1111r G11v11111er Nami Giisewellw Huy G11sewe1lr Wilbur Giurxu-11w Ne-11 11111111-tt 4':1r1 11111011111-1s1fr 1r:1v111 I1a11wr Kay Hznrivvy 1r'r1111w-s H:1r1f1s-111 .111 A1111 iizxrtinzxuv. 1::11'xx111 11.13.u --11 fl N1,1x He-1h-r Iiurlmru 11:-11r11111.' Hvtiy Hr-I11'1111: .I+-1111 111111. H111 lie-nrg -1' Joyce Heuer .Iue Hlavsa lmn Holshouser James Holt Theresa Hopkins Gurdon Hug lark llursl Kenny liyten Barbara Israel Mike Jackson Freddie Johnson Melverla Johnson .leruldine .luneS Larry Jones lmnna Keck Ronnie Kevk Paula Keller Glnria Kessman Srmrun Kimi Mary Alive Klashna Fred Klueler Janire Knight Ruben Koenig Carnl Knlesa Bull Kunkel' Betty Kuzlik Jane! Krieger Ronnie Krieger Albert Kyru llavid Kyn. Tum Ladd Falvin Lambert Ronnie Lambert Judy Landrelh Nancy Langendnrf Janet Lanham Ik sf' RW.. Q ? .,'l gl, 57' 2 -I Scar l, J ...., Af T I .Y an 1' fi 31, Y x f 41 ., ' David Hanser is perf-nrniiiml il Juniors fi 15 ., fa l .4 V f-Z, 4 'Tl ,if Pat Br-rlram illsplayim: ln-r pre-My smilv. M rf Q J' in , .1 ,F ' 4 H! 2' ' 1 -V s , , 5 ff f 4 ,J filmlria I,+-male! lla-nry Ia-ntz Arrwld Lewis Dan Lewis Carol Long Mike Long Bill imvsey I-Eugene Luwenstein Hin-hard Luber John Madison Runnin Martini .ianive Mason Bm-tty Massey Hill M1-Cullum Flu-rie ML'i'Illme Varulyn 3I4'GauL:he .Jerry Ms-Ghee Elda All-ivr Allen Merx Joys-e Metcalfe Jim Mivhvl Dennis Miller Jane Milli-r Mary Nlillvr Many Moran Irvine-lfiia Nlnrrisun .If-rry Mnunl Hull Nekula Rin-key Lou Neulau Sharnn Nivhuls limits. Ni-'mn-tz Phil Nlierrzla-run-r Nvll Nunnally Larry Ulu-ll I.r-lunar-I I'aw Janiu- Paine Jeanine Pass Sharon Patton Dun Pebbles Karen Peneltnn Lynn Perry Rulfert Pets-rs lflrl Piqliarml I.av41nne Puneta .ftmtlra Pupham Pamela Pri-mr Farul Prusa Joe Pulliam Nlziry Jw Qua-ie Neal Iieisiml Klurl Reiter Mike liz-ynnlsls Mareia Rive Carnl Rivharclsun Paul Riley Dennis iiingering Dwane Robison Du-k Hngers Eva Ruzyrki Kay Ryan Lana Sanders Ilennis Si-lim-ter Judy Svhlemer Kenneth IJ. Sehmicl George Seliramm Donna Svhwab Mike Searles Bob Sedlavek Steve Segal Kim Sis-ktierl Ann Sicily Sharon Siegrist I We ,-,,. V57 .- mi ' f NJ . A 4 'W' 'lik iff' Rf' , I -if-Yau-rg Q. .f sf fa v - . Q 'V f-- " 2 M' 4 " 5,-f " n n fx' w " 4 - , . KW 1 I 'dv f' i L' 5 . ' 'M W , 'x " X ,A-:-af ' NV , fl! X 1 assi. "J f 'K . f V. 5 , -, W... av fwf- rg, 3 I f ! .age i"' VW . 'N if :rg W 37, ev - W- ! N-mu? 1 ll 'f U wa' Z ..,. P A, ,J--Marr.-1 n 00+ ,IC cam M ' ck' 'P 3' K f .J nga 5 Q-J-P 'df wh 'wif' f WK ,'W""" M 'A , A 'Mi if 5 - li . M- -5 ,wa . 4-i5a1':i, ":E" -5 ' u The speech class enjoyed all interesting talk about teleplium-s by Bxirtiara lliekmann Juniors Maurivv Silas I'at Smith Ann Sink Mary Ann Smula Ilnn Sittm-r I Billie Smith Ida Smith Qghf. eg-3 I. we " 4. .Ji ,,-V ' Y '-fifiil ' , - 3 ...' nf Me, '-as-:I :-- 2-2-22: " -', 2 22" MJF 4 ,K ' E .. 4,5 A 2 - .LW .J fgwaw V' .4 We A ,A , I lik . ' -if it ilu , f Dali' Spevkman Warren Stahlhut Judy Starnes A 4 , r I A' 9A ., fr.: . IJ '- M Q is .F WNW, ,, in ... 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Asliauvr lmnalri Bndv Mary Bailey Sally Baird Farnl Banner! Barbara Barnes Faye- Harlvls Judy Bartvls llaviri Bam-r Charles Baumann Lester Bazaillifln Barry Bcamnn lanv! Bvckman Frvdfiiv Bendvr Parole Bess Lillie Bells Marion Betts Virzlinia Be-mel Iuylw- Blaise Kathy Blixen Kathy Bfwvaleuni Charles Buda Dennis Boehm Ilavirl Bohnensliehl Inlln Buncr Anita Bonser Pvarlie Bradford George Bradley Leroy Brakhano James Bratten 2 fi' Q Mun vo 49' wwf' W1 Sandra Burgrlorf Shirley Burnett Donald Burton Darrell Busch Rae Calvert Tona Carter Dorothy Catalano Donna Caulk Marlene Caulk Pat Cerny Jack Cherry Jill Fherry John Clziyton Jeff Collins Richard Conihs Kenny Connors Barbara Cooper Ringer Cooper Farol Cornwell Rim-hard Dalhaue Mary Davis Jim Dean NValter Denson Margie Dim-key X wi , ,M V ,.: 4 f z 3 -J e ,Q , ' ry a ' L '::: , - H ln.. e Na 1 . A ' pd -wi' f .M o f W sz V H ., -'al , i i rw Q' '--nv Avi' -:iv E vz-.7 . .,, R 4 W, 'Wg x. A A if , J' x ' ' A - A 5 .. 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Billy 133 Haselhorst Wxlllam 141 Hosto Roy 104 Hotz Janey 141 Houba B111 107 Housen Rlchard 141 Howes Ronald 133 HOXIC Bllly 133 Hug Gordon 126 Hughes Barbara 133 Hunter Beth 133 Hurst Jack 126 Hurst Janet 133 Hutcherson Steve 141 Hydron Llnda 141 Hyten Kenny 126 Isenberg Rlchard 107 Israel Barbara 126 Garde Pat 133 Gehner Robert 140 Gerard Andrea Gerber Mary 133 Glacomelh Nancy 103 Glbbs Marsha 125 G16S6kll'lg Sharon 140 Greszelmann Leo 125 Goebel Charles 133 Golng Marle 103 Gohnveaux Sara 141 Gollnveaux Susan Grazler Ed 133 Grebel Mary Lee 133 Grebel Sherry 125 Grebel Sue 141 Green Lmda 125 Green Walter 141 Gngg Ronme 125 Hausman Larry 133 Hayes Carroll 133 Haywood Darwln 125 Hazel Betty 104 Hazzard JoAnn 133 Head Delores 104 Heffernan John 104 Helfer Max 125 Helhnger Helhnger Helllnger Hellm ann Hellrung Hellrung Hellrung Hellrung Hellrung Charles 133 Peggy 141 Vlrgll 104 Verna 104 Barbara 125 Betty 125 B111 104 Calvm 104 Rebecca 141 Helm John 125 Helmlch Darlene 104 Helmlch Russell 141 Isselhardt Bernard 134 Jackson Jackson Jackson Jackson Jackson Jacobs George 134 J ackle 142 James 134 MarJor1e 107 Mlke 126 B111 107 Jegel Dlane 134 Jenkins Douglas 134 Jlenne Carol 107 Jennlngs Gary 142 Jobe Lana 142 Johnson Johnson Johnson Johnson Johnson Johnson Johnson B111 107 Delm ar 107 Donna 107 Edlth 142 Freddle 126 Mary 134 Melverta 126 Grlnstead Robert 141 Gueldner Arthur 125 Gueldner Gary 103 Guller Barbara 141 Guller Walter 103 Helmkamp Elalne 104 Helmkamp Leslle 104 Helmkamp Lyndel 141 Helmkamp Robert 141 Gusewelle Gusewelle Gusewelle Gusewelle Gusewelle Gusewelle Gusewelle Guthrle J Arlene 103 Carol 125 Dennls 141 Glorla 103 Rlchard 141 Roy 125 Wllbur 125 ane 133 Guthrle Judy 103 Hackethal Jerome 133 Hackett Nell 125 Hagemelster Carl 125 Hagemelster Dan-53 Halrston Johnnle 103 Henke Henke Henry Henry Henry Henry Hensle Delores 133 Karen 141 B111 125 Karen 141 Paulette 141 Sherlan 141 y Barbara 141 Hensley Betty 133 Heuer Joyce 125 Hxghlander Ron 104 Hxlla Vernon 104 H1ll1s Sandra 141 Hlavsa Joe 126 Hlavsa Robert 141 Jones Geraldlne 126 Jones Jewel 107 Jones Larry 126 Judge Janlce 107 Jumper Margie 134 Jurgena Naoml 142 Kassmg Charlotte 134 Kaufmann Melanle 107 Kayser Sandra 142 Keck Donna 126 Keck Ronald 126 Kelth Bllly 134 Keller Judy 134 Keller Paula 126 Kerkmeyer Raymond Hale Dorothy 133 Hale Larry 141 Hamill Eddle 133 Hammond Bonme 141 Hammond Randall 133 Hans Pat 141 Hofedxtz Barbara 133 Hoffman David 104 Holllday Dannlelle 133 Holmes Carol 141 Holshouser Don 126 Holshouser Jerry 133 Holt James 126 Kessman Kessman Kessman Ketterlm Key Sha Donald Glorla 126 Jeanette 107 Robert 142 ron 142 Kldd Bob 107 Handshy Eugene 141 Handshy Terry 103 Hanks James 133 Hansen Hansen Hanser Hanvey J1m 133 Sherrlll 103 Davld 125 Kay 125 H0pklHS Theresa 126 Hoppe B111 141 Horsburgh Pat 141 Horstman Mark 133 Horstman Sarah 104 Horstm an Steve 104 148 Kmg Sharon 126 Kmg Wanda 107 Klaas Barbara 107 Klashna Mary 126 Kllnke B111 108 Klueter Ellen 142 Klueter Fred 126 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Schramm George 128 Schrodt Jenny 136 Schuessler Janlce 144 Schuessler Larry 136 Schultz Maryellen Schultz Ruth 144 Schumacher Gary Schumacher Myron 115 Schwab Donna 128 Schwab Gordon 136 Schwalb Don 115 Schwalb Joe-115 Schwartzkopf DaVld 144 Schwear Donna 136 Scott Bonnle 144 Scott Mary Ann 115 Searles Mlke 128 Sedlacek Bob-128 Sedlacek Jerry 136 Segal Steve 128 Shaw Carolyn 144 Sheets Barbara 144 Peggy 136 Name a Shelton Judy Sherfy Byron Shlndel Bruce Shlrley Llnda Slckbert Klm Slckbert Ray Sldo Ann 128 Slegrlst Sharon 128 S1135 MHUFICE 129 Sllva Glorla 116 Slmmons Carole 116 Slmmons Rlchard 144 Slnk Ann 129 Slttner Don 129 Skamenca Davld 116 Sklef Sammy 136 Slavlk Suzanne 136 Slemer Rudolph 144 Small Smlth Smlth Smlth Smlth Smlth Smlth Smola Snyder Rlchard 144 Blllle 129 Ida 129 Jlm 136 Pat 129 Jeanette Wanda 144 Mary Ann 129 George 144 Solomon Russell 116 Solter Sones Sones Ruth 144 Jesse 116 Rlchard 136 Sparks Joyce 55 Speckman Dale 129 Spengel Mary Ann 14 Spltze Ruth 136 Stahlhut Albert 116 Stahlhut Janet 144 INDEX TO STUDENTS nd Page Number 4 Stahlhut Karen 136 Stahlhut Ray 144 Stahlhut Warren 129 Standefer Peggy 116 Starnes Judy 129 Steede Nancy 136 Steelman Llnda 144 Steelman Nancy 136 Steln Betty 136 Steln Roberta 116 Stelnmeyer Bob 136 Stelnmeyer Roy 116 Stephenson Pat 136 Stevens Mary 136 Stevens Ronnle 136 St John John 136 Stoces Blll 136 Stoces Mary 145 Stoces Vlrglnla 137 Strasen Delores 129 Strlckland Ernest 116 Struckhoff Lmda 145 Stultz Sandra-45 Stunkel Roger 137 Suess Suhre Suhre Suhre Alvln 137 Davld 129 Donna 116 Larry 116 Svoboda Rosemary 129 Szegedy Larry 116 Taber Cllnt 137 Talbert Alfred 129 Talbert Carolyn 119 Taylor Nancy 137 Thebeau George not plctured Thebeau Kay 129 Thebeau Tonl not plctured Thomas Barbara 137 Thomas Jlm 119 Thompson Thompson Thompson Thompson Thornton Susan not plctured Tltchenal Mary Ruth Beverly 137 Donald 145 J anlce 145 Rlchard 137 Tormohlen Phyllls 145 Townsend Henrlleen 145 Traband Donna 137 Treat Carol 145 Treat 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