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114 10 Tiger VOLUME 47 Published by the Tiger Staff James Boyle, Editor Edwardsville High School Edwardsville, IllinoisEdwardsville llij»li School Tij « r 1959 - 15)00 . . . ... A pictorial history of EHS -her subjects, her activities, her organizations, her students and teachers - presented by the Tiger Staff.PORTRAITS Page 110 Page 3ACADEMICSEnglish, Foreign Language, and Social Studies Out of high-school English classes will come the novelists, the orators, and the journalists of tomorrow. But out of these same classes must also come the engineers, the secretaries, the mechanics, and the nurses of tomorrow. English is for everyone, so everyone here at EHS studies four years of English. In a highly scientific society, cultural values are still needed, and providing for these is one of the great services of the language department. In addition to Latin, EHS offers French and Spanish, both of which can have practical applications in a world made small by rapid transportation. Understanding people, understanding events, understanding ideas—these are the objectives which the social studies department promotes. Courses in history, geography, current events, sociology, and economics are offered; and psychology, absent from the curriculum for several years, was returned this last semester. Joan Anderson addresses attentive auditors. Page 6Members of the psychology class watch as Dennis Wehling demonstrates ESP. We lose more pinatas this way! Sally Baird and Phyllis Tormohlen inspect the anatomy of a frog. Natural Science and Mathematics The everyday phenomena which surround us may be taken for granted by some, but not by the science student, who learns the principles that underlie the behavior of matter and of living things. Through introductory and advanced studies in the physical and biological sciences, EHS students may be prepared for some future part in the many scientific discoveries changing our world. Basic to the study of science is the study of mathematics, the “language of science.” Yet mathematics is in itself sufficiently interesting and valuable that more than one student, contrary to his original intentions, has found himself taking the full four-year mathematics program. Page 8Joyce Burnham and Gordon Hug graph an equation Page 9 with the help of Dan Hagemeister and his slide rule.Mr. Miller appears momentarily stumped by Kenneth Rea and Richard Kurmann. Industrial Arts, Homemaking, and Agriculture Page 10Industrial arts training serves both those boys preparing for an immediate vocation and those planning to continue their education. Mechanical and architectural drawing and electric shop, especially, are valuable to boys who intend to become engineers; woodworking and metalworking teach skilled craftsmanship of the types often displayed throughout the school. The scope of the homemaking department extends beyond preparation for the occupation of housewife. Home economics furnishes elementary training for dieticians, interior decorators, and fashion designers, and even the working girl or the college student will appreciate a general home economics course like family living. The day of the small, self-sufficient farm is over. Farming is specialized big business, and agriculture courses in schools are becoming an important means of instruction in the operation of a modern farm. Agriculture students learn not only agricultural and mechanical principles, but also farm and business management. Betty Beall helps fellow family-living student Carol Long finish a hem. Dale Prater and Ed Hamill are learning how farm buildings are constructed. Page 11 Art and Business Education While Sharon Nichols works intently, Mr. Freeland explains the mysteries of a comptometer to Ruth Niemietz and Sandy Popham. A world without beauty would be no world at all. The art department, which offers a two-year course, attempts to develop in students an appreciation of beauty and the ability to express human emotion through various media. An excellent testimonial to the high-quality training given by our business education department is the eagerness of many industries to hire EHS graduates for their office staffs. This department, well-equipped with modern business machines, teaches, in addition to vocational courses, personal typing and business law. Page 13 Miss Longhofer helps Ronnie Keek. Janice Mason, and Dennis Ringer-ing do sketches of the great outdoors.“Injured" A1 Coyle receives first-aid treatment. Physical Education, Health, and Driver Education Archeress Paula Keller takes aim for her target. If learning to save or to preserve one’s life and health is important, then the classes pictured on these two pages might be called EHS’s most significant. The part which driver education plays in highway safety is evidenced by the fact that many insurance companies give lower rates to high-school-trained drivers. Health courses provide instruction in the maintenance of physical, mental, social, and emotional well-being, as well as specific training in first aid and home nursing. And P.E. combines exercise— to promote physical fitness—with team play — to teach co-operation and good sportsmanship. Page 14—— r. . 4 Mr. O’Brien finds fair ladies Sharon King, Jane Wilharm, and Janet Moore in distress. Page 15ACTIVITIES— Freshman Day On September first the school year began at EHS for the freshmen and transfer students. The newcomers were officially greeted by Paul Riley, student council president, in a special assembly, and members of the student council were on hand to serve as guides for the new students. Student council member Jane Pulliam directs Sharon Hendricks, a transfer student, to her next class. Mr. Etzkorn distributes music folders to the freshman members of the concert band. Page 18 Paul Riley addresses the Class of ’63 in the freshman assembly.Homecoming Homecoming festivities began on Thursday evening, October 22, with a gay parade followed by a spirited pep rally around the bonfire. On Friday afternoon, Mrs. Crocker’s first hour speech class, assisted by Miss Helm as “guest star,” previewed the clash between the Tigers and the Alton Red-birds. EHS “Beatniks” look on as Miss Helm performs in the homecoming skit. Master decorators from the Latin Club prepare their homecoming float. Paul Burrus escorts homecoming queen candidates Lavonne Poneta, Kay Funke, and Elaine Alberter in the homecoming parade. The fighting Tigers get a lesson in victory on the Math Club float. Susie Adams, Mary Garde, Mr. Lucco, and Mr. Day whoop it up in the homecoming skit. Page 19Three smaller members of Kay Lee’s court — trainbcarers Patty Powell and Nancy Reu-scher and crownbearer Richard Hutton, Jr. Kay Lee Funke — 1960 Homecoming Queen. Homecoming Dance Excitement and beauty filled the EHS gymnasium Saturday, October 24, at the annual homecoming dance. The evening of dancing was highlighted by the procession of the 1960 homecoming court and the crowning of Kay Lee Funke as homecoming queen. Students dance to the music of Carl Mick and the Kingsmen while they await the homecoming procession. Edwardsville Automobile Dealers Association The wonderful moment —Jewel Jones crowns Kay Lee 1960 home-Page 20 coming queen.1960 Homecoming Court Left to right, Larry Schaake, Barbara Ligon, Paul Burrus, Barbara Burroughs, Dean Burrus, Sharon Patton. Jane Pulliam, Leonard Drda, Lavonne Poneta, Gene Vallino. Homecoming Queen Kay Lee Funke, Royal Escort Joe Pulliam, Elaine Alberter, Terry Fagan, Jack Cherry, Jill Cherry, Ann Burrus, Bob Rinkel, Dianne Alberter, Gary Schumacher, Carolyn Fiegenbaum, and Kent Wildman.FRONT ROW—Bob Ketterlin, Gerald Fish, Dennis Dean Burrus, Paul Riley, Dave Coley, Jack Wynne, Wehling. Lanny Wildman, Rich Cassens, Ronnie Keck, Kim Sickbert, Calvin Lambert, Warren Stahlhut, Wil- Terry Fagan, Bud Vallino, Joe Pulliam, Jim Bonser, bert Alexander, and Gary Schumacher. Varsity Football S-dSjSJ '' Coach Isselhardt explains his strategy to Tony Penelton and Dean Burrus. The Bank of Edwardsville Page 24SECOND ROW—Coach Benny Isselhardt, Coach Pat Jackie Turner, Jim Woods, Don Pebbles, Jack Hurst, Price. Barry Beaman, Bob DeConcini, Roy Kubicek, Henry Lentz, Tony Penelton. Tom Dunlap, Tom Eson, Marion Betts, Leonard Menoni, Lloyd Leichsenring, Roger Epperson, and Coach Mel Kuethe. The brains behind the team: Pat Price, backfield coach; Joe Lucco, athletics director; Melvin Kuethe, line coach; and Benny Isselhardt, head coach. ’59 Scores EHS Opp. T Madison 12 0 H Kirkwood 0 9 T Wood River 25 0 T Collinsville 0 6 T East St. Louis 0 19 H Alton 12 27 H Granite City 0 18 H Belleville 25 14 T Roxana 0 14 State Security Ins. Co. Oscar Schmidt Agency, Inc. Page 25Football In the nine-game season, EHS scored 12 touchdowns and 2 extra points, a total of 74, and averaged 8.22 points per contest while opponents averaged 11.89 points. The Tigers recovered 24 fumbles and intercepted 7 passes, but they fumbled 27 times in 9 games, and lost the ball on intercepted passes 6 times. EHS had two new football coaches this year, Pat Price, backfield coach, and Jim O’Brien, assistant freshman coach. Illinois Candy Co. Continental Baking Co. Rohrkaste Dairy Colonial Agency Moderne Linen Service The Donut Shop Ted's Market Clayton Cleaners Page 26 Pile-up in the annual pre-season intra-squad game.FRESHMAN SQUAD: FRONT ROW — Bob Nelson, David Prater, Roman Stoleis, Bob Agles, Dale Farrington, Wayne Peck, Ronnie Kellenberger, Ronnie Schmidt, and Kent Wildman. SECOND ROW—Mike Crane, Mick Wahl, Wayne Metzger, Dick Marti, Joe Flynn, Dave Champion, Stephen Jegel, Roger Cates, Jack Hartzel, and Jim Henry. THIRD ROW—Wayne Henderson, Bob Pulliam, Roger Koch, Gary Kotva, Darrell Prior, Bob Wilcox, Rick Robinson, Larry Schaake, and Walter Volentine. The coaches are Jim O’Brien (left) and Dick Hutton. SOPHOMORE SQUAD: FRONT ROW—Gary Schumacher, Eldon Frisse, Barth Legate, Dan Schmidt, Kent Martin, Ronnie Frey, Jack Bayer, Ronald Aubrecht, Conrad Blackburn, Jerry Schmid, Richard Simmons, and Dick McDonough. SECOND ROW—Allen Leopold, Tim Douglas, David Sehwartzkopf, James West, Jim Mareing, Bob Ketter-lin, Bill Lueders, David Woll, Larry Landers, Ronnie Malone, David Forguson, and Glenn Miller. Page 27 Kenny Schmidt and Benny Isselhardt serve as announcers. Madison County Tractor Equipment Co. Eickmann StudioThe coaches conduct pre-season . practice at American Legion Park. Football Snapshots Don Pebbles, Tiger center, was named to the St. Louis Post-Dispatch and St. Louis Globe-Democrat all district teams. Tony Penelton and Bud Vallino, as well as Pebbles, were named to all-conference teams. Bud Vallino was high Tiger scorer for the season with 24 points, and Tom Dunlap was second with 18. Tiger tacklers get their man. Co-captains Bud Vallino and Dean Burrus with Coach Isselhardt. A referee is upset during play. Edray Foods, Inc. Bunn Capitol Co. Page 28 9 fJim Bonser turns the corner and gets a good block. That ball-carrier won’t get far! Bud Vallino and Joe Pulliam aren’t dismayed by the wet weather. Jim Bonser and Don Pebbles come up fast. Warren Stahlhut fumbles despite Wilbert Alexander’s assistance.Student guide Joyce Burnham lends her assistance to two lost parents. Freshman Night Freshman Night gives parents and teachers the opportunity to check on the new students’ progress. This year, the informal get-together was concluded with a program and refreshments. Mrs. Vernon and Miss Helm talk over a serious problem—George. Mrs. Helm tells Mrs. Kibikas that Pat is a good student while Pat recovers from the shock. Florists’ Mutual Insurance'Co. Page 30Myrah Piarulli and Benny Isselhardt. Lee Fleming and Leone Isselhardt. Dippold Brothers E. J. Shepard Office Supply Shupack’s Southwick's Interiors Bean Dances After the football and basketball games, bean dances are popular entertainment for EHS students. The cheerleaders and the student council sponsor these traditional dances.FRONT ROW—Ralph Koenig, James Stepson, Dave Cochran, Richard Gusewelle, and Jay Thatcher. SECOND ROW—Kenny Hyten. Dave Werner. Steve Nuernberger, Skip Stubbs, Richard Crabtree, Walter Weeks, Joe Merkel, George Vernon, Alan Vest, and The cross-country team won all its meets this year except the state meet. Its 15-1 record was the best ever recorded in the history of cross-country here. The Tiger harriers won the Beaumont Invitational, the Belleville Invitational and the Southwestern Conference Meet. EHS also won the district meet and the right to go to the state meet for the fifth consecutive year. At the rugged state meet, Edwardsville tied for fourth place. Dick Cochran finished 13th, and Paul Vernon took 15th place, while Paul Burrus scored 27 points. Prospects look bright for 1960, since five members of the state team and six of the nine lettermen will return for action next year. Suhre's Furniture Appliances Kay's Beauty Barber Shop Johnston's l.G.A. Foodliner Mel's Sporting Goods Bassman Jewelry Busker Hardware Fashion Bootery Meyer T. V. Service Page 32 Dennie Kubicek. THIRD ROW—Coach Kenneth Freeland, Bill Hoppe Kenny Cassens, Carl Hagemeister. Laiton Bailey. George Burnham. Paul Vernon, Paul Burrus, Dick Cochran, Paul Mory, Terry Lynn, and Dan Lewis. Cross Country Blackic, Tiger mascot, paces the cross-country team to a victory over Alton.Pj THE VARSITY TEAM—Kneeling are Carl Hagemeister, Kenny Cassens, and Paul Mory. Standing are Paul Vernon, George Burnham, Coach Freeland, Laiton Bailey, Paul Burrus, and Dick Cochran. The Tigers pose before leaving for the state meet. Front row—Dick Cochran, Paul Burrus, George Burnham, Laiton Bailey, Paul Vernon, and Coach Freeland. In back are Dave Werner, Paul Mory, and Kenny Cassens. Laiton Bailey is in the lead, followed by Paul Vernon. Midwest Loan Co. Buhrmester Paper Paint Co. Blume's Apparel Central Shoe Repair Madison Store Imber’s Wm. L. Estabrook, Ins. Finney's Flowers Page 33The 1959-60 A Cappella Choir sings at its first public performance. Choir-Robing Ceremony On October 15, the 1959-60 A Cappella Choir presented its robing ceremony of new members and gave its first concert of the season. After the concert refreshments were served. Rosemary Svoboda, Carolyn McGaughey, and Joyce Heuer serve refreshments to guests after the concert. Students and parents listen to the tapes being played back after the concert. Page 34“When I Was Green,” a comedy as the title indicates, was presented by the juniors on November 19. The production, directed by Miss Leona Colebar, was hard work but provided laughter and amusement to the audience, and the satisfaction of a job well done. JUNIOR PLAY CAST: Front Row —Beth Hunter, Linda Overby. Anita Bonser, Judy Weckman, Miss Colebar; Second Row — Linda Marks, Lola Erb, Tona Carter, Charles Baumann; Back Row — Ray Sickbert, Kathy Blixen, Ray Schleuter, Benny Isselhardt, David Poos. Absent, Tom Lyon. Junior Play Benny Isselhardt engages in a dramatic telephone conversation Virginia Stoces and Carole Bess prepare Ray Sickbert and David Poos for their dramatic debuts. Virginia Stoces applies the finishing touches to Linda Mark’s make-up. Page 35The varsity cheerleaders: Sheila Nichols, Kay Lee Funke, Carolyn Fruit, Carolyn Noll, Barbara Burroughs, and Diane Webb. Cheerleaders The cheerleaders encourage good sportsmanship and student interest in football and basketball games. The cheerleaders, elected by the student body, were: varsity—Diane Webb, Carolyn Noll, Carolyn Fruit, Sheila Nichols, Kay Lee Funke and Barbara Burroughs; junior varsity—Jill Cherry, Tona Carter, and Betty Stein. The girls, coached by Mrs. Marilyn Mullen, practiced daily. In order to pay for their uniforms and to finance their trips, the cheerleaders operated a coat-check service at the basketball games and gave two dances. Students try to get out of the gym after pep assembly. Page 36I We got the ball! Come on, boys. Diane Webb, Barabara Burroughs, Carolyn Fruit, Carolyn Noll, and Sheila Nichols ride in the homecoming parade. Kenny Daech is the chauffeur. T1 Cherry, Tona Carter, and Betty Stein, the junior-varsity cheerleaders. Page 37 I Two points'. Tony goes up —THE VARSITY TEAM: FRONT ROW—Denny Caulk, Darwin Haywood, Darrell Schaake, Laiton Bailey, Dale Speckman, Mickey Mateyka, and Paul Burrus. SECOND ROW—Assistant Coach Richard Hutton, Tony Pen-elton, Bud Vallino, Ken Connors, Leonard Drda, Paul Vernon, and Coach Joe Lucco. Basketball The 1959-60 Tiger basketball team finished with a 14-13 over-all record. Their 5-7 conference mark put the Tigers in fourth place in the seven-team league. The highlight of the season was the 73-71 victory over Collinsville, ranked first in the state at that time. Following the Collinsville win, the Tigers de- Tony Penelton goes up for the rebound while Leonard Drda (33) and Mickey Mateyka (31) observe. feated East St. Louis here 77-75 and Litchfield 71-63 to end the regular season. Page 38Ken Connors shoots a jump-shot in Edwardsville’s first regional tourney game. Number 40 is Bud Vallino. Leonard Drda drives for two as Ken Connors gets in position for the rebound. Page 39Tony Penelton launches a jumper. Leonard Drda and Page 40 Laiton Bailey are in the background. THE SOPHOMORE SQUAD: FRONT ROW—Gary Schumacher, Walter Weeks, Otis Vaughn, Eldon Frisse, Wayne Henderson, Bob Rinkel and Coach Richard Hutton. SECOND ROW—Dave Werner, Tom Barton, George Burnham, Terry Lynn, Richard Crabtree and Kenneth Brockmeier. Jim Jones, Inc. People's Savings Loan Assn. Home Abstract Title Co. Ballweg’s Drug StoresThe team huddles with Coach Lucco during time-out. Basketball Tony Penelton snares the rebound In the Collinsville regional the Tigers defeated Lincoln of Venice 74-72 before losing to Collinsville. Granite City later upset Collinsville to win the regional and the sectional. Bud Vallino was high scorer for the season with 477 points, a 17.6 average. Tony Penelton and Leonard Drda scored 348 and 325 points respectively. Leonard Drda won the Edwardsville Creamery Free Throw Trophy with a .725 percentage. Tony Penelton was second with .692. P. N. Hirsch Overbeck’s Auerbach’s Nathan Marcus Renken’s Store for Men Edwardswlle Motor Service Hotz Hardware Leu’s I.G.A. Market Page 411959-60 Basketball Season Opponent EHS Opp. H Highland 76 56 T Centralia 52 59 H McLeansboro 66 64 (Ovt.) H Roxana 54 33 H Effingham St. Anthony 59 44 H Alton 60 77 T Wood River 64 63 (Ovt.) H Granite City 53 72 CHRISTMAS TOURNEY AT WEST FRANKFORT Johnston City 65 49 Mount Vernon 48 50 (Ovt.) West Frankfort 52 56 H Belleville 52 49 T Collinsville 59 72 T East St. Louis 66 61 T Quincy 55 60 H Greenville 64 66 H Roxana 61 53 T Madison 66 56 T Alton 41 48 H Wood River 73 75 T Granite City 87 101 T Belleville 54 71 H Collinsville 73 71 H East St. Louis 77 75 T Litchfield 71 63 REGIONAL TOURNAMENT AT COLLINSVILLE Lincoln of Venice 74 72 Collinsville 58 83 Page 43 Sheila Nichols and Kay Lee Funke lead a cheer before Tony Penelton shoots a free throw. THE FRESHMAN SQUAD FRONT ROW — George Vernon, Skip Stubbs, Roger Cates, Bob Pap-roth and Richard Guse-welle. SECOND ROW — Cliff Carpenter, Steve Nuern-berger. Bob Pulliam, Alan Vest, Mike Crane, and Larry Schaake. THIRD ROW—Coach Kenneth Freeland, Denny Caulk, Errol Berleman, Glenn Jenne, and John Feldman.THE VARSITY WRESTLING SQUAD: FRONT ROW— Richard Small, James Dean, Neal Reising, John Donald, Bob Steinmeyer, Jack Turner, Rich Gusewelle, Roger Koch, Paul Rice, Warren Stahlhut, and Bill Brase. SECOND ROW — Bob Agles, Darrell Busch, Conrad Blackburn, Wilbert Alexander, Dick Cochran, Bill Hoppe, Lee Bultmann, Tim Treat, Neil Buchta. Roger Buchta, Tim Douglas and Ronald Gusewelle. THIRD ROW—Gordon Rose, Bob Carter, Bob Nelson, Mike Levi, Coach Melvin Kuethe, Willie Blackmon, Ronnie Krieger, Bob Grinstead, Joe Bradshaw, Lloyd Brase, Ed Piquard, Ronnie Keck, and Rick Robinson. Wilbert Alexander tries to take down his opponent. EDWARDSVILLE DISTRICT WINNERS: SEATED —Warren Stahlhut, Bob Carter, Darrell Busch and Bill Hoppe. STANDING — Neal Reising and Coach Kuethe. Page 44(Above) Neil Reising is on top. (Below) Warren Stahlhut looks for the signal to wrestle. Wrestling The wrestling team consists of 12 boys who wrestle in the 12 weight classes: 95, 103, 112, 120, 127, 133, 138, 145, 154, 165, 175 pounds and heavyweight. If a boy pins his opponent, he wins five points for his team; if he outscores his opponent, he earns three points. This year’s team, coached by Melvin Kuethe, won eleven, lost four, and tied one. Warren Stahlhut and Bill Hoppe qualified for the state meet. EHS Opp T Roxana 31 23 T Jacksonville 24 26 T WTood River 22 22 T Cahokia 23 22 T Belleville 25 17 T East St. Louis 54 0 H Roxana 32 16 T Granite City 16 30 T Quincy 32 17 H Belleville 33 11 H Cahokia 26 19 T Greenville 32 11 H Springfield Feitshans 36 14 T Jacksonville 27 17 II Wood River 17 29 H Granite City 12 30 Clover Leaf-Home Building Loan Association Mottar’s Drug Store Page 45Christmas Dance The sophomore girls’ quartet: Donna Coffman, Dianne Alberter, Barbara Brockmeier, and Linda Fruth - entertain at the Christmas dance. Dick Cassens. Judy Ostendorf, Donna Traband, and Kenny Schmidt enjoy the holiday atmosphere. Rickey Neuhaus concentrates on her lines while singing “Ebb Tide.” Page 46 Charles Baumann sings “Some Enchanted Evening.” The annual Christmas formal dance highlighted the holiday season at EHS. The dance, sponsored by Tiger Town, featured Elaine Alberter as hostess for the evening. The Hi-5’s band, Rickey Neuhaus, Charles Baumann, and the sophomore girls’ quartet provided the evening’s entertainment. Gordon and Virginia Burroughs Woodlawn Gardens, Inc. Stahly Cartage Co. “Walt” Black’s Sporting GoodsChristmas Program The combined choruses and choirs fill the gymnasium with the music of Christmas. The annual Christmas program was presented on December 17 by the vocal and instrumental music departments. The music of Christmas filled the gym as the combined choruses and choirs and the Reserve and Concert Bands took part in the program. The A Cappella Choir presented a series of beautiful tableaux portraying the Nativity. The A Cappella Choir portrays a tableau of the Nativity while members of the Concert Band watch intently. All eyes are on the director as the Girls Choir sings in the Christmas program.Sophomores Hon Aubrecht and Gordon Rose do some last minute reviewing of biology. Semester Tests Semester tests never come too late to suit the average EHS student. When the dreaded days do arrive, the usual amount of cramming and last minute studying can be observed. Ken Schmidt, Mary Ann Blumenthal, and Barbara Burroughs study with somber expressions for on-coming tests. Ben Franklin Stores and Melody Bar Yonaka Jewelry Earl C. Wilson Agency Melo-Queen Dairy Bar Dave Hanser shows Nan Baird that he can count to two, while Barabara Dodds, Susie Wehmeyer, Nancy Wei-shaupt. and Mary Smola get down to work. Page 48The dramatics Club play cast: FRONT ROW Susan Thornton, Penny Thatcher. Elaine Alberter: SECOND ROW—Beth Hunter, Sherry Grebel, Lavonne Poneta. Carolyn Fruit; THIRD ROW—Jenny Schrodt. Nancy Baptist, Kathy Blixen; LAST ROW — Charles Baumann. Mike Reynolds, Paul Riley and Lanny Wildman. Absent. Jane Wiedey. Drama Club Play “Saved by the Belle,” a three-act comedy, was presented to the student body by the dramatics club on January 15. The play, directed by Mrs. Alice Crocker, revolved around the rollicking experiences of a college girl who hid a prize-fighter in her sorority house. He and other zany characters made the play a “knock-out.” Elaine Alberter tells Charles Baumann that their love can never be. Sherry Grebel tells Kathy Blixen that Mike Reynolds, prize-fighter, is a dancing instructor. Page 49THE VARSITY TENNIS TEAM: First Row — Carl Wetzel, Tom Lyon, Kit Blackmore and Van Nash. Second Row—Coach J. D. Miller, Alan Wallace, Gordon Hug, Bill Augur and Dave Poos. Tennis The returning lettermen, Alan Wallace, Gordon Hug, Bill Augur and Tom Lyon, pose with Coach Miller. The 1960 tennis Tigers, coached by J. D. Miller, had an 11-1 record and finished in a tie with Granite City for the conference crown. The team lost its match at Granite City but came back to beat the Warriors on the local courts. In the district tournament at Roxana, the Tigers finished second to Granite. EHS Opp T Greenville 4 1 T Roxana 3 2 T Granite City 1 4 T Wood River 5 0 T Belleville 3 2 T Greenville 3 2 H Granite City 4 1 H Belleville 3 2 II Wood River 5 0 II Collinsville 4 1 II Collinsville 5 0 H Roxana 5 0 Coach Miller hands George Going a freshman numeral while Stephen Jegel, Dale Bode. Don Gibbs, Steve Mihalic, Richard Helm, James Stack and James Stepson observe. ABOVE—Alan Wallace serves one. BELOW, LEFT ABOVE—Alan Wallace hits a forehand. INSERT, —Van Nash demonstrates his serve. BELOW CEN- Pa9e 51 CENTER—The doubles teams practice in the snow. TER—Dave Poos hits a forehand drive. BELOW, RIGHT—Dave Poos backhands the ball.James Hansen, Joe Bolin, Jack Cherry, Ray Schlueter and Mickey Mateyka wait to get their golf letters from Coach Joe Lucco. Golf The 1960 Golf Squad, coached by Joe Lucco, participated in five triangular meets. The Tigers finished fourth in the 17-team district meet, and fourth in the conference meet. Joe Bolin finished third at the district meet and almost qualified for state with an 80 for 18 holes. The team practices at Collinsville or Alton since no course is available in Edwardsville. The home meets are played at Alton. Ray Schlueter, Mickey Mateyka, and Jack Cherry watch Joe Bolin tee off. Page 52ABOVE-Ray Schlueter tries to blast out of a trap. ABOVE-Joe Bolin follows through on his drive. BELOW—Mickey Mateyka and Ray Schlueter are BELOW—Mickey Mateyka putts, kneeling; Joe Bolin and Jack Cherry, standing. Page 53 Baseball THE VARSITY BASEBALL TEAM: First Row— Ron Kubicek, Larry Schaake, Dave Werner, Mike Trojahn, Chuck Agles, Lee Transue, and Rudy Slemer. Second Row—Head Coach Dick Hutton, Paul Riley, Gordon Rose, Henry Lentz, Bob Rinkel, Bill Stoces, Terry Lynn, Ronald Aubrecht, Gregg Chaleraft and Assistant Coach Kenneth Freeland. Third Row — Bobby Waugh. Bob Paproth, Roy Kubicek, Leonard Drda. Bud Vallino, Paul Vernon, Darrell Schaake, Eldon Frisse and Gary Schumacher. THE FRESHMAN SQUAD: Front Row — Roger Cates, Ronnie Schmidt. Jay Thatcher, and Larry Schaake. Second Row — Charles Felton, Mick Wahl, Glenn Jenne, George Vernon and Alan Vest. Third Row — Gary Kotva, Errol Berleman, Bob Paproth, Bob Wilcox and William Cerny. Kenneth Freeland is the coach. The 1960 Baseball Team won 8 out of 16 games with Richard Hutton, head coach. In the 16-game season the Tigers averaged 4.94 runs per game while the opposition averaged 6.31 runs per game. Prospects look better for next year since all but two of the regular team will be back. Darrell Schaake, who had a 4 and 4 record, was the mainstay of the pitching staff. Bobby Waugh was the leading batter. OPPOSITE PAGE—INSERT, Darrell Schaake fires one. LOWER LEFT, Charles Felton, Errol Berleman, William Cerny, Jay Thatcher, Bob Wilcox, Mick Wahl, Gary Kotva, George Vernon. Alan Vest, Bob Paproth, Ronnie Schmidt, Glenn Jenne and Larry Schaake receive freshman numerals. LOWER RIGHT — Paul Vernon, wearing gloves, picks out a bat while the rest of the team tries to keep warm. Page 55 EHS Opp. Bethalto 12 3 Lincoln of East St. Louis 10 14 Granite City 3 10 Roxana 5 2 Wood River 3 1 Collinsville 4 28 Belleville 0 5 EHS Opp. CoUinsville 4 1 East St. Louis 3 4 Alton 8 18 Cahokia 4 5 Bethalto 6 0 Wood River 0 3 Roxana 6 3 Triad 9 4 Staunton 2 0UPPER LEFT—Low hurdles action. LEFT CENTER—Ed Piquard is pole-vaulting. BOTTOM LEFT —James West and Kim Sickbert run the high hurdles. UPPER RIGHT—The mile run—George Burnham is wearing a light jersey. RIGHT CENTER — Kent Wildman broad-jumps. IMMEDIATELY BELOW— Benny Isselhardt heaves the discus. BOTTOM RIGHT—Dave Coley starts his discus throw.Page 57 Track This year’s track team won second in the eight-team Madison county meet and third in the conference relays at Alton. The team won one regular meet and lost four. Tony Penelton won both the high-jump and broad-jump in the county and conference meets. In the county meet, Penelton set a new high-jump record of 6 feet, 13A inches. In the district meet, won by Alton, Tony Penelton and pole-vaulter Ed Piquard, qualified for the state meet. At state, Penelton finished fourth in the high-jump. EHS Opp. East St. Louis 38' 4 70'4 Cahokia 57 61 Belleville 65 53 Granite City 56% 61% East St. Louis Lincoln 55 63 Conference Relay—Alton 97%, East St. Louis 65-5 6, EHS 37 1 3, Belleville 37. Madison County Meet—Alton 117, EHS 41, Collins- ville 36%. Tony Penelton shows how he broke the county high-jump mark. THE VARSITY TRACK TEAM: Front row—Jack Tur- ner, Carl Hagemeister, Kim Sickbert, Paul Burrus, Bob Ashauer, Jerry Fish, Marion Betts and Tony Penelton. Second row—Conrad Blackburn, George Burnham, Jack Baver, Jim Mareing, Dave Schwartzkopf, Paul Mory, Walter Weeks and Benny Isselhardt. Third row—Dick Cassens, Dan Lewis. Lloyd Leichsenring, Ronnie Malone, Richard Crabtree, Ralph Koenig, Joe Bradshaw, Dick McDonough, Jim West. Bob Agles and Dennis Schaefer. Fourth row—Head Coach Benny Isselhardt, Wayne Henderson, Clifton Carpenter, Richard Small, Ronnie Kellen-berger, Skip Stubbs, Kent Wildman, Bob Nelson. Kenny Cassens, Mike Clarkin and Assistant Coach Pat Price.Bengal Ball Connie Menoni, Rick Luster, Pat Fitzpatrick, Herb Correll, Jane Wilharm and Phil Nuernberger enjoyed the dance. The Bengal Ball was given by the members of the Lettermen’s Club. The couples were entertained by an amusing program, after which they were served refreshments. Page 58 Beautiful girls can play beautiful music, as demonstrated by the pretty Misses Mike Reynolds, Carl Hage-meister, Dick Rogers, Jim Hansen, Jim Bonser, Mike Veith and Dan Hagemeister, members of the Dixieland Band. Dick Cassens serves Dennis Schaefer, Joe Pulliam, Terry Fagan, Dave Lambert, Paul Mory and Ronnie Frey at the refreshment line.Sadie Hawkins’ Dance Clyde Fulton and Herb Correll perform some zany antics in the skit. One of the many glamour girls participating in the fashion parade. “Daisy-Mae” Burroughs and Jim “LiP Abner” Bonser, the Queen and King of Dog-Patch. Pursuing girls is a favorite pastime of many EHS males, but on April 2 the tables were turned. The Sadie Hawkins’ Dance gave the girls a chance to spend money on the boys. A program was presented and refreshments were served at the dance, where Jim Bonser and Barbara Burroughs reigned as King and Queen of Dog-Patch. Page 59Mary Paproth and Lana Jobe curiously feed an experimental rat. An interested adult examines Tom Baird’s electronic organ. Page 60 Students and adults study one of the man'’ good projects on display. Science Fair Page 61 Science fair visitors show interest in Barbara Burroughs’ project, “Phototropism versus Centrifugal Force.” The most successful science fair in the history of EHS was held on March 31 by the Science Club. Over two hundred and fifty projects in the fields of biology, chemistry, and physics were on display at the fair. A program of talks by the winners of the Outstanding Awards was presented to conclude the evening. Mr. Day passes out award cer tificates before the fair. Joyce Metcalfe and Rose Ann Boccaleoni set up their project, “A Balanced, Closed Ecology System,” which later won an outstanding award at the state science fair. Alan Wallace demonstrates his experiments with chickens, as Cherie McElhoe, Jenny Schrodt, and Suzanne Slavik watch grimly.The body of the butler (Lester Frisse) is discovered by Penny Thatcher, Susan Thornton, and Dick Cochran. Senior Play A three act mystery, “Girl in the Rain,” was presented by the senior class on May 6. The cast, directed by Mrs. Crocker, did an outstanding job dramatically, bringing their parts to life. Who was the murderess? She was that conniving Penny Thatcher! Susan Thornton, the girl in the rain, is discovered by Penny Thatcher, Mary Ann Blumenthal, Les Frisse, and Mike Reynolds. Page 62 Mary Ann Blumenthal, Mike Reynolds, and Nancy Baptist converse with the unsuspected murderess. Penny Thatcher. Mike Reynolds and Susan Thornton engage in a private conversation.THE SENIOR PLAY CAST, FRONT ROW, left to right — Nancy Baptist, Director, Mrs. Crocker, Susan Thornton; SECOND ROW — Dick Cochran, Mary Ann Blumenthal, Danny Hagemeister; THIRD ROW — Carolyn Fruit, Penny Thatcher, Mike Reynolds, and Lester Frisse. Carolyn Fruit gives Mike Reynolds the letter revealing the identity of the murderess. Penny Thatcher, realizing others suspect her guilt, ignores Susan Thornton. Susan Thornton and Dick Coch ran are reunited while a shocked Mike Reynolds watches. Page 63The madrigal singers entertain as the combined choruses and choirs look on. Spring Choral Concert The spring choral concert was presented by the A Cappella Choir, the Girls’ Choir, and the combined choruses on May 5. Amid a scenic background from “Oklahoma,” the A Cappella Choir sang selections from the hit musical and presented a dance from the same show. John Mottar, Kit Blackmore, Mike Searles, Phil Nuern-berger, Clyde Fulton, Noel Lane, and Dwaine Braddy fill the gym with close harmony. Mr. Kessinger directs the A Cappella Choir as it sings selections from “Oklahoma”. Page 64Student Kenny Schmidt lectures in the Future Teachers assembly. Mr. Glenn Morris tests his equipment in preparation for his “On the Beam” assembly. Assemblies Throughout the school year, lyceum assemblies are held for the entertainment and education of the student body. These special assemblies are given by visiting entertainers, qualified instructors, or various groups of students. The Vocalaires, a very entertaining quartet who presented an assembly for the student body.Junior-Senior Prom “Castle in the Sky” was the theme for the annual junior-senior prom, which was presented on Saturday night, May 14. Two hundred and twenty-nine couples attended the dance in the cafeteria and saw Paul Riley and Carolyn Fruit crowned king and queen of the prom. After the dance, the couples attended the movie premiere 'Wake Me When It’s Over” at the Wildey Theater. Later they returned to the high-school cafeteria for a breakfast served by their parents. Paul Riley and Carolyn Fruit, King and Queen of the 1960 Junior-Senior Prom. Prom-goers listen intently to Jenny Schrodt’s comical reading. Couples dance under the glistening stars surrounding the castle in the sky. Susan Thornton and her date pass the crowd of viewers at the Wildey. Some of King Paul and Queen Carolyn’s beautiful subjects were Pat Bertram, Betty Beall, Sharon Siegrist, Jane Wiedey, and Rose Marie Boner. Teresa Nicholson and Tony Penelton enter the theater. Pat Smith and Eddie Forguson pass bv “knights” Steve Nuembcrger and Denny Caulk Two couples cross the castle drawbridge to enter the elaborately decorated cafeteria. Junior girls are busy at the tedious task of decorating for the prom. Page 67Jim Boyle, who received the Mathematical Association of America award, studies his slide rule. Dave Correll, winner of the Spanish award, further pursues the language. Students who participated in the state science fair nt Champaign were: FRONT ROW: Outstanding award win- ners Rose Ann Boccaleoni and Joyce Metcalfe: SECOND ROW: First award winners Ken Schmidt. David Poos, Susan Golinveaux, Barbara Guller, Billie Smith. Jim Boyle; THIRD ROW: Second award winners George Burnham, Robert Burnham. Joyce Burnh.fm, Dianne Alberter. Barbara Brockmeier; FOURTH ROW: Third award winners Sue Alexander. Donna Coffman. Dave Cochran. Bob Kretchmer, Kit Blackmore. and David Helm. The science instructors are William Powell, A. M. Gibson. Gayle Day. and Gaylord Smith. Honors Assembly Throughout the school year, various groups, teams, and individuals deserve recognition for outstanding achievements, and therefore deserve a place in the yearbook. Many of these students were honored in the honors assembly. THE MATHEMATICS TEAM who participated in a contest at Carbon-dale in April: FIRST ROW: Fresh- man team, Richard Helm. Barbara L i g o n , George Vernon, Carolyn Schaefer. Bob Paproth; SECOND ROW: Sophomore team, LaVerne Wallace, Robert Burnham. Dave Helm, Gordon Rose, Charles Sisson; THIRD ROW: Junior team. Dave File. Barbara Kooker. Jeff Collins. Jack Cherry, Jim Dean; LAST ROW: Senior team. John Helm. Carolyn Fruit. Tom Baird, and Jim Boyle. The mathematics instructors are Miss Helm, Mrs. Moran. Mrs. George, and Mr. Prediger. Page 68THE LATIN TEAM was composed of (front row) Sophomores La Verne Wallace. David Helm, and Ruth Softer, and Freshmen Richard Helm. Tom Hoover, and John Cwan. Miss Gewe is the Latin instructor. Page 69Senior Class Day The famous comedy team of Reynolds and Cochran performs for the student body. Ushers Ron Kubicek and Mark Horstman lead the seniors into the gym for the class day assembly. i Audrey Bell receives the Auerbach award from Mr. Schmid. Miss Sloan presents the Dan-forth “I Dare You” award to Sharon Patton and Kenny Schmidt. Page 70 Miss Leora Thompson presents awards to Joyce Dutton, Janice Bivens, Nancy Baptist, and Paul Riley for their work on the Tiger Times. Dale Speckman and Carolyn Fruit receive the American Legion award from Judge Brown. Mary Miller receives the typing award from Miss Neff. Diane Uhe. Sharon Siegrist, Judy Landreth. Carol Prusa, Paula Keller, .Carol Gusewelle, Rose Marie Boner, Mary Ann Blumen- thai and Pat Bertram receive Senior Class Day was observed on May 19. their shorthand awards from . t . .. .... . Miss smiser. Senior honors were given in the fields of citizen- ship, leadership, secretarial work, math, science, agriculture, journalism, perfect attendance, and Page 71 outstanding scholarship. Members of the senior class presented a program to conclude the assembly.Senior Party On Saturday evening, May 28, the senior party was presented in the cafeteria, which was decorated in a “county fair” atmosphere. After the seniors enjoyed games and dancing, a program was presented to conclude the festivities. Susan Thornton lovingly shelters her “baby” from its grandfather’s wrath in the senior party skit. Kenny Schmidt, worried about his English grade, offers Mrs. Warm-brodt a piece of cake. Left, John Young tests his accuracy at the dart-throwing booth as Ronnie Martini, Ronnie Krieger, and Jack Wynne watch. Right. Henry Lentz hams it up for Jan Bivens, Mr. Lucco, and Sharon Patton. Page 72 Hungry seniors enjoy the breakfast, their last meal at EHS. Dale Speckman and Henry Lentz browse through the senior edition of Tiger Times. Senior Breakfast On Tuesday morning, May 31, the seniors were given a breakfast in the cafeteria. The faculty members were the guests of the graduates. After the breakfast, graduation practice was held in the gym. Kathy Ballard, Shirley Bach, and Betty Kozlik chat while enjoying their breakfast. Page 73Commencement of 1960 Theme ----------------------------- “A Better Life’ Processional “Pomp and Circumstance” .. ... Elgar Barbara Dodds Invocation Lanny Wildman Vocal Solo: “You’ll Never Walk Alone” Dwaine Braddy A BETTER LIFE Welcome ............ Joe Pulliam, Class President “Halls of Ivy” Senior Chorus Introductions Carolyn Fruit Economic Life ...- Dan Hagemeisler Seek Knowledge -................. Mary Ann Smola Find Happiness ..-............ Kenneth Schmidt American Way James Boyle “The Lord’s Prayer” Jane Wiedey Presentation of Class Honors Principal Thomas M. Butler Presentation of Class for Diplomas A. Gordon Dodds, Superintendent Presentation of Diplomas ....... Robert J. Schaefer President of Board of Education Gloria Kessman pins Kay Funke’s collar in last minute preparation for graduation. Dennis Ringering, Joe Hlavsa, Diane Uhe, and Bob Nekola relax after graduation. i Page 74Bob Kooker and Freddie Johnson seem immune to graduation nervousness, while Ken Hyten is in a somber mood. Sharon Siegrist receives her honor pin from Principal Thomas M. Butler as Superintendent Dodds watches. Carolyn Fruit introduces the speakers on the subject of “A Better Life”. Jane Wiedey sings ‘‘The Lord’s Prayer.” Page 75 AMERICAORGANIZATIONS ri l f it —i Student Council Sponsor: Mrs. George The Student Council serves as a governing body to better relationships between students, faculty, and administration. The Council sponsors Freshman Day, Brotherhood Week observance, and bean dances and issues an annual “Handbook.” OFFICERS: President Paul Riley Vice-President Audrey Bell Secretary ............... — Joyce Burnham Treasurer ----------------- Benny Isselhardt FRONT ROW. left to right—Mrs. George. Joyce Burnham. Paul Riley. Audrey Bell. Benny Isselhardt SECOND ROW—Elaine Freese. Diane Webb. Lola Erb. Sue Droege. Myrna Mallory. Ruth Solter. Susan Kriege, Lavonne Poneta. Kay Lee Funke, Kit Blackmore THIRD ROW—Denny Caulk. Richard Helm. Joan Anderson. Barbara Kooker. Carolyn Schaefer. Shirley Burnett. Carol Loebach. Betty Pyle. Janet Krieger FOURTH ROW—Steve Nuernberger, Barbara Brockmeier, Jane Guthrie, Jane Pulliam. Carolyn Noll. Shirley Both-man, Barbara Guller, Donna Schwear, Betty Hellrung FIFTH ROW—Gary Schumacher. Walter Weeks. Kent Wildman. Larry Madison. Dale Speckman, Paul Vernon. Terry Fagan. Mike ReynoldsPaul Riley, Student Council president. accepts a basketball trophy for the school from Bud Vallino. After July 4, the school will fly a new fifty-star flag, donated by the Student Council. A special committee meeting of Student Council decides an important school issue. Paul Riley discusses the new Student Council constitution with Mrs. George, sponsor. Page 79Mrs. Warmbrodt discusses the duties of the staff with Mary Ann Blumen-thal, Sharon Siegrist, Jim Boyle, and Barbara Dodds. Nancy Baird and Mary Ann Blumenthal (standing) and Mary Ann Smola, Neil Hackett, Nancy Weishaupt. David Hanser, and John Helm plan the layout of the TIGER.Photographers Pat Bertram and Bob Ashauer prepare an enlargement for the yearbook. Tiger Staff It is the duty of the TIGER Staff to record the events and faces at EHS. Sponsor Editor ---------------- Assistant Editor------- Coordinating Literary Editor -------------- Junior Literary Assistant —---------- Sports Editor --------- Club Editor------------ Class Editor ---------- Activities Editor Mrs. Margarette Warmbrodt James Boyle Barbara Dodds Mary Ann Blumenthal Nancy Weishaupt John Helm David Hanser Nancy Baird Neil Hackett Academics Editor ......... Mary Ann Smola Advertising Manager ....... Kenny Schmidt Photographer Pat Bertram Junior Photography Assistant ........ Picture Editor ----- Junior Picture Assistant ... Bob Ashauer Sharon Siegrist Sales Manager ........ Junior Sales Assistant Literary Advisor Susie Wehmeyer Barbara Burroughs ---- Suzanne Slavik Miss Wood Photography Advisor Mr. Gibson Suzanne Slavik, Barbara Burroughs. Kenny Schmidt, and Sharon Siegrist discuss yearbook sales. Page 81 Kenny Schmidt explains ad-selling to his staff of Lanny Wildman, Mike Reynolds, Jenny Schrodt, Mary Miller, Donna Traband, Janet Moore, and Janet Krieger.Editor Nancy Baptist directs the drawing of an “Alfy” cartoon by Elaine Alberter. Joyce Dutton works at the mimeoscope as Miss Thompson, sponsor, looks on. Page 82The assembly line works late Thursday night to put together Friday’s issue of Tiger Times. The Tiger Times is mimeographed by George Bradley and Jan Bivens. Tiger Times Sponsor: Miss Leora Thompson School spirit is promoted in the bi-weekly newspaper, the TIGER TIMES, through the publicizing of events and ideas at EHS. The TIGER TIMES staff acquires valuable journalistic experience by publishing the paper, attending scholastic press conferences, and entering news-writing contests. Sherry Grebel and Sharon Patton type stencils, while Paul Page 83 Riley gives advice.Members of Lettermen’s Club “air” their problems. FRONT ROW. left to right—Paul Mory, Denny Caulk. Terry Fagan, Paul Burrue, Jim Boneer. Darwin Haywood. Lee Bultmann, Kenny Caeeene SECOND ROW—Dick Cochran. Bob Carter. Lanny Wildman, Ed Craft. Benny Isselhardt. Dennis Schaefer, Rich Cassens, Tom Dunlap THIRD ROW—Marion Betts. Darrell Schaake. Ronnie Krieger. Bill Augur. Alan Wallace. Paul Riley. Gordon Hug. Carl Hagemeister FOURTH ROW—Ronnie Keck, Joe Bolin, Don Pebbles. Jim Michel, Kim Sickbert, Jack Wynne, Bob Ashauer, Paul Vernon. Mr. Isselhardt Boys who have lettered in sports may become members of this club, which serves to promote good sportsmanship and to further the cause of athletics. The lettermen are ushers at various athletic events. The Bengal Ball is the annual Lettermen’s Club - sponsored dance. OFFICERS: President Paul Burrus Vice-President----------------Terry Fagan Secretary Darwin Haywood Treasurer Jim Bonser Sponsor Mr. Isselhardt Page 84Dramatics Club Dramatics Club officers Lanny Wildman, Mike Reynolds, Sherry Grebel, and Carolyn Fruit make a momentous decision FRONT ROW. left to right—Carolyn Fruit, Sherry Grebel, Mike Reynolds, Lanny Wildman SECOND ROW—Susan Thornton. Nancy Baptist. Beverly Oglesby. Barbara Dodds, Beth Hunter, Kay Lee Funke, Jenny Schrodt THIRD ROW—Mrs. Crocker. Jane Wiedey. Kathy Blixen, Elaine Alberter, Nell Nunnally, Joanne Eberhart, Lavonne Poneta FOURTH ROW—Nancy Weishaupt. Charles Baumann. Darwin Haywood, Paul Burrus. Ray Sickbert. Penny Thatcher “Saved by the Belle” was the name of the annual Dramatics Club play, which was presented in the January 15 school assembly. Members of Dramatics Club learn more about dramatics through study and practice in meetings and by attending a professional stage play in St. Louis. OFFICERS: President .............. Mike Reynolds Vice-President ............ Carolyn Fruit Secretary Lanny Wildman Treasurer Sherry Grebel Sponsor Mrs. Crocker Coach Lucco lectures about the importance of dramatics in high school. Page 85Nell Nunnally, JaneWiedey, and Barbara Burroughs improve facilities in the art room by building shelves. FRONT ROW. left to right—Roy Jenkins. Jane Wiedey, Rose Marie Boner. Barbara Barnes. Lavonne Poneta. Donna Schwear. Gary Levi. Diane Jegel SECOND ROW—Doris Schramm. Nancy Martin. Betty Stein. Judy West, Barbara Burroughs. Gene Harrison. Barbara Hughes THIRD ROW—Betty Massey. Lanny Wildman. Nancy Baird. Dave Correll, Harry Lawrence. Mike Levi, Nell Nunnally, Miss Longhofer This club is composed of students who are interested in fine arts. Each student in Art Club is assigned a project which will benefit the school. Members also visit points of interest such as the St. Louis Art Museum. OFFICERS: President Lavonne Poneta Vice-President Rose Marie Boner Secretary-Treasurer Donna Schwear Historian Barbara Barnes Sponsor Miss Longhofer Brooks Jewelry Dillman’s Page 86 A-l Exterminating Co. Moore Stork CleanersMusic Listening Club Sponsor: Mr. Kessinger FRONT ROW, left to right Pat Cerny. Tona Carter, Mary Boda, Shirley Turner. Margie Jumper. Margie Dickey. Sheila Nichols. Diane Webb. Jackie Fensterman. Mary Moran SECOND ROW—Pat Vadalabene. Virginia Stoces. Dennis Miller. Bob Nekola. Bob Harmon. Dennis Rmgering. Tom Ladd. Mike Long. Joe Hlavsa, Chuck Agles. Tim Rothe, Shirley Bach. Carol Long, Joni Southard TH«RD ROW—Peggy O’Neil, Rose Marie Boner. Emma Dawson. Carol Prusa, Ruth Ann Franke. Linda Shirley, Mary Franke. Carolyn Franke. Frances Harbison. Betty Gagliardo. Marilou Dale, Darlene Vieth. Elaine Alexander, Hattie Carpenter, Melverta Johnson. Janet Moore FOURTH ROW—Gloria Kessman. Andi Landreth. Judy Landreth. Larry Hale. Ralph Weiler. Sandra Forshaw Farmer. Sharon Patton, Joyce Heuer. Ruth Niemietz. Eva Rozycki, Carole Wehmeyer. Sue Droege, Cynthia Brown, Karen Penelton, Marcia Rice, Jim Carnaghi, Mr. Kessinger FIFTH ROW—Ed Grazier, Rex Aton, Terry Fagan, Benny Isselhardt, Bob Wydra, Kathie Ballard. Betty Kozlik. Jane Miller. Janet Lanham. Nancy Langendorf. Phil Nuernberger. Janet Head. Carol Gusewelle, Barbara Allen, Mary Stoces. Linda Fruth, Carol Knibb. Judy Starnes, Donna Coffman Members of Music Listening Club gain a better understanding and appreciation of music by listening to records of classical music during activity periods. FRONT ROW. left to right—Billie Smith. Diane Uhe, Mary Lou Buch, Nancy Dain. Dorothy Catalano. Nancy Turner, Carol Bess, Mary Miller, Kitty Kulp. Nancy Schipkowski SECOND ROW—Joan Becker. Betty Beall, Bonnie Carnaghi, Sandra Hillis, Carol Butcher, Donna Caulk. Judy Weckman. Lola Erb. Myrna Mallory. Paula Keller. Pat Horsburgh, Nancy Chalcraft, Margie Merkel. Nola Elledge. Linda Marks THIRD ROW—Janette Unterbrlnk. Lana Sanders, Carolyn McGaughey. Edith Johnson. Sandra Blake. Leilana Etzkorn, Carol Holmes. Diane Harris. Sandra Trebing, Carol Schrage, Ruth Meek, Myrah Piarulli, Barbara Kooker. Susie Adams. Nancy Foster, Toni Ladd Page 87 FOURTH ROW—Rickey Lou Neuhaus, Shirley Foehrkolb. Jackie Jackson. Karen Kurmann, Betty Pyle. Marsha Gibbs. Donna Schwab. Theodora Reynolds, Sandra Pierce, Ida Smith, Jill Cherry. Jane Pulliam, Jerry Schmid, Dwaine Braddy. FIFTH ROW—Theresa Crook. Carol Richardson. Janet Watsek. Judy Quade, Phyllis Tormohlen, Dee Morrison, Kay Ryan. Sandra Kayser, Bud Vallino. Dave Suhre, Wilbur Gusewelle, Ed Piquard. Bill McCollum. Neil Wells, Dave Coley, Jim Bonser. Richard CasnaSara GoJinveaux and Barbara Brock-nieier star in the Spanish Club production of Hansel and Gretel. Latin Club FRONT ROW. left to right—Delore Fry, Duane Schrage. Carolyn Fiegenbaum, La Verne Wallace, 8u an Kriege, Pat Han SECOND ROW—Bill Hoppe. Judy Ruehrup. Barbara Perry. Carmen Deist. Bonnie Zimmerman. Barbara Ligon, Jean Stolze. Becky Hellrung, Judy Harris, Joyce Westbrook. Nancy Eilers, Wayne Peck THIRD ROW—Miss Gewe. Sue Dustman. Mary Lynn Albl. Bernadine Svoboda. Karen Kesl. Karen Stahlhut, Mary Sido. Candy Ladd. Vickie Pratt. Mary Jane Wiechman. Sharon Pape. Lanny Sumner, John Cwan FOURTH ROW—Mary Jo Henry. Dale Farrington. Ben Calvert. Ben Wood. Bob Kretschmer. Mickey Ranek, Steve Jegel, Bob Carter. Terry Lynn, Gary Schumacher, Mike O'Hare. Diane Gunther, Carolyn Nunnally FIFTH ROW—Richard Helm. David Huck. Dale Bode. Tom Hoover, Steve Nuernberger. Walter Weeks, Bob Rinkel, Bill Lueders. Dick Small, Gordon Rose. Richard Vieth The history and myths of Rome are brought to life at the Latin Club meetings. The club is a member of the Junior Classical Society of Illinois. A Roman banquet, held each spring, is the main activity of the Latin Club. Madison County Abstract Title Co. Idlewood Inn Bruce 0. Fiegenbaum Agency “66" Bowl National Advertising Co. Lexow's, Inc. Edwardsville Bargain Center Page 88 Buchanan Street Market ocbach, Diane Jegel, Rosemary Young, Carol Holmes, Hyten, and Glenn Jenne act in a French Club play. OFFICERS: First Consul Second Consul Scriba Quaestor Sponsor ... LaVerne Wallace ---- Duane Schrage Susan Kriege Carolyn Fiegenbaum —......— Miss GeweSpanish Club FRONT ROW, left to right—Mist Cunningham. Joe Bolin, Anita Bonser. Sue Week , Sara Golinveaux SECOND ROW—Roger Buchta, James Braddy, Kathleen Reiter, Tom Morris. Sharon Traband, Barbara Boland. Karla Leu. Rae Yehling. Tom Barton. Judy Keller THIRD ROW—Jim Erb, Fred Rood. George Vernon. Carol Frisse, Les Frisse. Donna Fields, Kathy McKee. Margie Watson, Dianne Alberter, Kay Krieger. Jo Ann Hazzard FOURTH ROW—Tom Bast, Bill Wood. Gaylord Brooks. Larry Brown, Ronnie Stevens. Ray Corl, Kay Hanvey, Jo Ann Hartnagel, Pat Luber, Connie Bunte, Shirley Burnett, Donna Traband, Janet Stahlhut FIFTH ROW—Dave Schwartzkopf. Jim Mareing, Curtis Webb. Dave Kyro, Dave Correll. David Woll, Ronnie Malone. Ray Brueggeman, Mary Ann Spengel, Barbara Brockmeier. Faye Bartels. Karen Neidhardt. Virginia Beutel At a typical Spanish Club meeting, members present plays in Spanish. Through these plays, members learn not only the use of the Spanish language, but also the customs, literature, and arts of the Spanish-speaking people. OFFICERS: President — — Anita Bonser Vice-President — — — Sue Weeks Secretary — Treasurer — Sponsor — — — — Sara Golinveaux — Joe Bolin — Miss Cunningham French Club The annual fund-raising activity of the French Club is a candy sale in the cafeteria. Club meetings are first conducted in French and then translated into English to encourage interest in the French language. OFFICERS: Secretary — — — Carol Holmes President — — — — Diane Webb Treasurer — — — — Linda Fruth Vice-President — — — Jim Dean Sponsor — — — Miss Cunningham FRONT ROW. left to right—Miss Cunningham. Ann Fulton. Karen Buckingham. Diane Webb. Linda Fruth. Jim Dean. Carol Holmes. Kay Wieduwilt, David Cochran SECOND ROW—John Dutton, Carole Cornwell, Sheri Heald. Rosemary Young, Maxine Isenberg, Carol Frisse. Glenn Jenne, Linda Struckhoff. Dot Lexow, Diane Jegel THIRD ROW—Terry Moore. David Williams. Gary Jennings. Kay Hyten. Carol Loebach. Carolyn Schaefer, Pat Horsburgh, Mary Davis. Ronnie Schmidt Page 89FRONT ROW. left to right—Mary Jo Quade. Nancy DeSherlla. Janice Knight. Rosemary Svoboda. Miss Smiser SECOND ROW—Barbara Hellrung, Marlene Caulk. Mary Lou Garde, Jill Cherry THIRD ROW—Sharon Erb Girls who are especially interested in office employment form the Business Education Club. Members hear lectures from secretaries and their employers. OFFICERS: President — — — Janice Knight Vice-President — Mary Jo Quade Secretary — — Nancy DeSherlia Treasurer-----Rosemary Svoboda Sponsor — — — Miss Smiser Business Education Club The Social Studies Club “settles” world problems in debates held during club meetings. These debates stimulate interest in world affairs for students interested in extracurricular pursuit of social studies. OFFICERS: President — — Dwaine Braddy Sec.-Treas. — — George Bradley Sponsor — — — Miss Goeddel FRONT ROW. left to right—Miss Goeddel. George Bradley, Dwaine Braddy SECOND ROW—James Braddy, Eldon Martin, Diane Uhe THIRD ROW—Helen Dean. Sally Page. Dennis Ozier. Patti Jones. Jan Bivens FOURTH ROW—Tom Hoover. Tom Blixen, Tom Eson, Terry Paur, Bruce Shindel, Roger Brethorst Social Studies Club Page 90Library Club FRONT ROW, left to right—Ann Litt . Pat Van Hus . Joyce Metcalfe. Anna Marie Carpenter, Judy Schlemer. Mary Robien. Susan Satterlee SECOND ROW—Sharon Nichols. Linda Overby. Ellen Klueter, Ann Tomlinson, Carol Brethorst. Carol Kolesa. Elda Meier. Miss Thompson THIRD ROW—Joyce Dutton. Jane Hotz, Sally Baird, Barbara Pebbles. Rose Ann Bocca-leoni, Sharon Feldman, Pat Sandifer The members of the Library Club assist Miss Vivian Thompson in routine activities in the library. Besides being a service organization, this club teaches correct procedures to those interested in library work. OFFICERS: President — — Joyce Metcalfe Vice-Pres. Anna Marie Carpenter Secretary — — Judy Schlemer Treasurer — Pat Van Huss Sponsor — Miss Vivian Thompson In Photography Club meetings, members are taught the best T)1 . 1 methods of taking pictures. Photos taken by the members are 1 hotography judged for merit. OFFICERS: President — — — Pat Bertram Vice-President — — Bob Ashauer Sec.-Treas. — — Bob Sedlacek Sponsor — — — Mr. Gibson FRONT ROW. left to right—Nancy Drda, Bob Ashauer. Pat Bertram. Bob Sedlacek, Pat Maynard SECOND ROW—Mr. Gibson. Mary Lee Grebel. Regina Rezabek. Dannielle Holliday, Ruth Page 91 THIRD ROW—Mary Ann Blumenthal, Mary Elizabeth Garde. Jim Lueders, Bob Grinstead. Bob Gehner. Bob West, Tom Blixen, Dave Champion FRONT ROW. left to rioht—George Going. Dan Hagemeister, Barbara Dodds. Mary Ann Smola. Dale Speckman, Joyce Burnham, Jim Boyle. Carol Holmes. John Mulach, David Poos. Susan Kriege SECOND ROW—Myrah Piarulli, Pat Dresch, Regina Rezabek. Elaine Weber, Jane Guthrie, Barbara Kooker. Linda Marks. Sandra Blake, Peggy O'Neil, Sara Golinveaux. LaVerne Wallace. Miss Helm THIRD ROW—Sharon Feldman. David Helm, David Hanser, Tom Baird. Van Nash. Sue Alexander. Barbara Guller. Jack Cherry. Bob Wells, Phil Brave, Susan Golinveaux FOURTH ROW—Brad Hofeditz. Kenny Schmidt, James West, John Helm, Jim Dean. Tom Lyon, Mark Horstman. Byron Sherfy, Scott Conard. Donald Holshouser, David File. Mr. Prediger Through student demonstrations, members of Math Club delve more deeply into the field of mathematics than is possible in classroom work. Guests whose vocations include the use of mathematics are invited to speak to the club so that members may see the various professions which make use of mathematics. Math Club OFFICERS: President — — -- — — Dale Speckman Vice-President. 1st Semester Jim Boyle Secretary-Treasurer — - Joyce Burnham Vice-President. 2nd Semester — Jack Cherry Sponsors-------------------------------------------Miss Helm and Mr. Prediger Lectures, films, and demonstrations are presented in science club meetings to supplement classroom activities for those students especially interested in science. As in the Physical Science Club, members of the Biological Science Club are required to have a project in the local science fair. OFFICERS: President — — — — — — Tom Baird Secretary — — — — — — — Jeff Collins Vice-President — — — — — Noel Lane Treasurer — — — — — — — Van Nash Sponsors------------------------------------Mr. Day and Mr. Smith Biological Science Club FRONT ROW. left to right—Dave Werner, Jeff Collin . Noel Lane. Tom Baird. Dennie Kubicek SECOND ROW—Mr. Day, Sue Golinveaux, Barbara Guller. Sue Buckley. Barbara Burroughs. Betty Beall, Mr. Smith THIRD ROW—John Mottar, Ray Powell, Robert Burnham, Bob Well . Harold Ernst, David Forguson, Tom Richards Page 92 Physical Science Club FRONT ROW. left to right—David Poos, Tom Baird. Bill Augur. Van Nash. Gordon Hug SECOND ROW—Mr. Powell. Kit Blackmore. Glen Miller. Ronald Martini, Mark Horstman. Jack Cherry. John Mul-ch THIRD ROW—Lyndel Helmkamp. Mike Veith. Alan Wallace. Tom Lyon, James Boyle. David Hanser, Charles Van Winkle Tom Baird and Mike Veith prepare certificates of award for the local science fair. The combined science clubs are responsible for the largest club-sponsored activity, the science fair. This year, the local fair was held on March 31, and the labors of the science club members were rewarded by a record attendance. President — — — — Tom Baird Vice-President - — Bill Augur Secretary — — — Gordon Hug Treasurer — — — Van Nash Sponsor — — — — Mr. Powell J. P. Root Beer Madison County Mutual Schmidt’s Tin Shop Cassens Sheet Metal One of Math Club’s most interesting programs was the lecture by Professor Eric A. Sturley. Page 93 Future Farmers of America Neal Reising and Arthur Gueldencr conduct an FFA meeting. Mr. Seibert helps Neal Reising guide a discussion. FRONT ROW, left to right—Mr. Seibert. Wilbur Gusewelle. Warren Stahlhut, Neal Reising. Arthur Gueldener, Darrell Busch SECOND ROW—Paul Schmidt. Myron Schaake, Kenneth Moehle, Ronnie Klaas. Kenny Brockmeier, Dennis Gusewelle. Gene Handshy. Ralph Koenig THIRD ROW—Kenny Heuer, Alvin Wilkening. Lonny Primas, David Prater. Gerald Vieth. Ronnie Gusewelle. Bob Kappler, Floyd Henke. John Feldman FOURTH ROW—LeRoy Lentz. Bruce Reid. Donald Schmid, Billy Keith. Richard Brase. Vernon Meyer. Bill Lovsey. John McAdams. Dale Prater, Steve Hutcherson. Arlyn Lange FIFTH ROW—Leroy Brase. Harold Ernst, Bob Pape. John Williams, Bob Steinmeyer. Mike Zeisset. Jack Hurst. Eddie Wiemers, Richard Gusewelle, Don Bade, Wilbert Bartels, William Brase By joining the FFA, students enrolled in vocational agriculture develop rural leadership and foster patriotism in rural areas. The members sell popcorn at athletic events to supplement the club funds. President — Vice-President Secretary — Treasurer Reporter — - Sentinel------- Sponsor — - OFFICER8: Neal Reising Arthur Gueldener Wilbur Gusewelle — — Warren Stahlhut - — — — — — Darrell Busch Robert Steinmeyer - — — — — — Mr. Seibert Michel’s Tire Battery Co., Inc. Personality Beauty Shop Edwardsville Frozen Foods Western Auto Kriege Hardware Sahara Coal Weeke Wholesale Edwardsville Auto Repair Page 94Future Homemakers of America Robert Bower gives an interesting lecture about Japan. FRONT ROW, left to right—Doris Crabtree. Lillie Belt . Pat Stephenson. Cherie McElhoe. Pauletta Beckmann. Judy Bartels. Linda Steelman. Janet Beckmann SECOND ROW—Dianna Moelhenry. Helen Dean. Toby Scarborough. Melody Meyer, Barbara Gremer. Janice Miller. Teresa Nicholson. Jan Hurst. Miss Hutton THIRD ROW—Miss Parkey. Georgiann Batson. Judy Henke. Phyllis Cooper. Mary Ellen Stephenson. Arlene Dinwiddie. Karen Henke, Janice Schuessler, Marla Clayton Ann Strange FOURTH ROW—Kathy Boccaleoni, Kathryn David. Mary Carter, Alana Schneider. June Bender. Janet Bartels, Ruth Spitzc, Jo Minner. Lucinda Meyer. Virginia Beckmann FIFTH ROW—Judy West. Mary Steinmeyer, Kathleen Ruppel. Barbara Begeman. Mary Rojak, Carolyn Shaw. Marnette Carpenter. Geraldine Jones. Jean Foster. Sharon Feaman Students who are enrolled in homemaking courses may learn more about becoming housewives of tomorrow by joining the local chapter of the FHA. Members sell hot dogs, candy, and chewing gum at football and basketball games. OFFICERS: President — — — — — —- Cherie McElhoe Vice-President — — — — — — Pauletta Beckmann Secretary — — — — — — — Pat Stephenson Treasurer — — — — — — Doris Crabtree I’i i nlat - — — — — — — — Teresa Nicholson Song Lender — — — — — — — Dianna Moelhenry Dagreaa Chairman — — — — — — - Lillie Betts Finance Chairman — — — — — — Janet Beckmann Recreation Chairman — — — — Linda Steelman Public Relations Chairman — — — Judy Bartels Sponsors Miss Hutton and Miss Parkey Desmond Plumbing Co. Musso’s Cherie McElhoe installs a new member. Page 95 Bailey Brown Real Estate S L Edwardsville Central Auto SupplyFuture Nurses of America Sharon Niemietz collects dues. Pauletta Beckmann discusses plans for a future meeting. 1st Federal Savings Loan Association Edtvardsville National Bank Trust Co. FRONT ROW. left to right—Patty Maynard. Barbara Reiter, Nancy Dain, Sharon Niemietz. Carol Schrage. Pauletta Beckmann. Donna Caulk, Miss Colebar, Mary Robien, Toby Scarborough SECOND ROW—Jackie Jackson. Virginia Bernhardt. Sandra Powell, Ann Fulton. Joanne Eberhart, Judy Weckman. Carol Overby. Lola Erb. Nancy Steelman. Carol Isselhardt. Vickie Pratt. Barbara Hofeditz THIRD ROW—Betty Beall, Sandra Hlllis. Carmen Deist. Mary Bolin, Bonnie Zimmerman. Dot Lexow. Linda Steelman. Maxine Isenberg, Audrey Bell, Betty Hellrung. Joyce Stegall. Sharon Stevens. Mary Johnson FOURTH ROW—Kay Lee Funke. Gloria Kessman, Theresa Crook. Billie Smith, Nell Nunnally, Shnron Pape, Bernadine Svoboda, Irene Rhodes, Nancy Ringerlng, Ida Smith. Sue Dustman, Barbara Pape, Nancy Steede. Nancy Sannes FIFTH ROW—Joan Becker. Judy Starnes. Kathie Ballard, Janice Ringerlng. Geraldine Jones, Carol Knibb. Phyllis Tormohlen. Janet Watsek, Janet Beckman. Janet Hurst. Sandra Pierce. Donna Traband, Rae Calvert, Shirley Munton, Barbara Pebbles The lives of the residents of the County Home and of the patients in nearby hospitals are made much brighter by members of the FNA. The girls visit these institutions and perform such duties as helping in the kitchen and entertaining at Christmas. Members maintain a high interest in the nursing profession and health in the community. OFFICERS: President — — — — — — — Pauletta Beckmann Vice-President — — — — — — — — Donna Caulk Secretary — — — — — — — — — Carol Schrage Treasurer — — — — — — — — Sharon Niemietz Sponsor — — — — — — — — — Miss Colebar Page 96Future Teachers of America Carole Cornwell “returns” to junior high school. FRONT ROW. left to right—Sharon Bond. Peggy HeMinger. Jane Guthrie. Kenny Schmidt. Janice Bivens. George Bradley. Miss Neff. Janet Blase SECOND ROW—Eldon Martin. Joan Anderson. Jeanine Pass. Carole Cornwell. Mary Jo Ashauer. Kathy Baird. Sharon Seibert. Kay Wieduwilt. Donna Yates. Sandy Schmidt THIRD ROW—David Helm, Susan Buckley. Terry Hopkins. Ann Sido. Ann Burrus. Carolyn Noll. Kay Hyten. Pat Kiblkas. Linda Schaefer. Kathy Weber, Pat Poneta FOURTH ROW—Mary Paproth. Carolyn Schaefer. Sharon Miller. Shirley Bothman. Janet Feldman. Clara Buckley. Shirley Michel. Gail Probst. Judy Ostendorf, Penny Thatcher. Patti Jones. Kathy Shindel The Carl Sandburg chapter of the FTA presents an annual assembly during American Education Week. This program illustrates the purpose of the club: to promote an interest in the teaching profession and to convince people of the need for good teachers and good school systems. Club members visit the elementary schools and the junior high school, and they aid teachers by grading papers and by doing substitute teaching. OFFICERS: President-----—-----------------------Kenny Schmidt Vice-President — — — — — — — George Bradley Secretary — — — — — — — — — Janice Bivens Treasurer---------------------------------Jane Guthrie Members of FTA visit the new Sponsor — — — — — — — — — Miss Neff junior high school on a field trip. Switzer’s Wholesale Supply Co. Rissi Studio Page 97FRONT ROW, left to right—Miss Goeddel. John Dutton, Terry Moore, Barry Beaman. Jim Stepson, Jerry McCalln. Kenny Schmidt SECOND ROW—Jack Hartzel. Tom Eson. Larry Abert. Bill Caulk THIRD ROW—Dave Bauer, Russell Helmich, Ed Grazier, Murl Reiter The members of the Audio-Visual Aids Club spend a part of their school time operating movie projectors so that educational films may be presented to classes. During club meetings, the boys demonstrate improved methods of operation, keep machines in condition, and do minor repairs. OFFICERS: President-------Kenny Schmidt Sponsor------------------Miss Goeddel Members of the Technicians Club operate the school’s public address system. We can thank the high-school “disc jockeys” for providing music for the lunch hours and the bean dances. OFFICERS: President — — — Bob Kooker Vice-President — — Larry Unger Secretary-Treasurer — Jim Woods Sponsor — — — Mr. Reuscher FRONT ROW, left to right—Bob Rohrkaste. Kenny Wahl, Bob Kooker, Jim Woods, Larry Unger, Tim Rothe, Mike Gallagher, Carl Wetzel SECOND ROW—Mr. Reuscher, John Dutton, Terry Keller, David Zimmer, Steve Jegel, Tim Treat, Jim Bratten THIRD ROW—John Mottar, Glen Miller, Terry Moore. Bill Lueders, Charles Felton, Lyndel Helmkamp, Dave Lambert Page 98 Audio-Visual Aids Club Technicians Club ■»GAA Dad-Daughter Night Dad-Daughter Night is an occasion when the girls of GAA bring their fathers for an evening of entertainment and games. Page 99Girls’ Athletic Association Director: Mrs. Mullen The objectives of the GAA are to build strong bodies, to develop stronger friendships, and to stimulate interest in athletics. This year the activities offered to the girls were volleyball, bowling, basketball, archery, tennis, trampoline, and modern dance. To gain credit, a member must participate in one activity for at least six of the eight weeks offered. Some of the events this year were the Dad-Daughter Night, GAA Initiation, and the Mother-Daughter Banquet. GAA BOARD: FRONT ROW. left to right—La-vonne Poneta, senior representative: Carol Knibb, sophomore representative; Barbara Ligon. freshman representative; Myrna Mallory, Junior representative Page 100 SECOND ROW—Nancy Baptist, historian; Janet Blase, president; Rose Ann Boccaleoni, vice-president; Barbara Burroughs, treasurer; Carol Richardson, secretary; Carolyn Fruit, point chairman FRESHMAN-SOPHOMORE GAA: FRONT ROW. left to right— Carol Barr, Donna Yates. Barbara Guller, Janey Hotz. Janet Bast, Nancy Schlpkowski, Mary Stoces, Rae Yehling, Sue Weeks, Ann Burrus, Linda Fruth FOURTH ROW—Linda Steelman. Kathryn David, Hattie Carpenter, Thalia Jason, Paulette Henry, Karen Kurmann, Susan Kriege, Barbara Brockmeier. Sherry Bennette. Susan Golin-veaux. Helen Dean, Judi Bess. Conny Menoni, Susie McLean, Joyce Westbrook SECOND ROW—Kathy McKee, Carolyn Nunnally. Dianne Gunther, Mary Jane Wiechman, Alana Schneider, Candy Ladd. Carolyn Schaefer. Shirley Bothman, Carol Loebach, Sheri Heald, Nancy Eilers, Judy Mory, Carol Holmes FIFTH ROW—Barbara Ligon, Kay Hyten, Sharon Miller, Jean Stolze, Sara Golinveaux, Donna Coffman, Carol Knibb. Ann Little, Dianne Alberter, Sandra Blake, Pat Horsburgh, Sue Alexander, Mary Robien, Sandra Kayser, Sue Grebel THIRD ROW—Sharon Bond, Sandra Hillis, Mary Bolin, Sandy Pierce, Bonnie Scott, Betty Pyle. Edieth Johnson, Kay Krieger, Janett Head. Donna Kessinger, Sue Droege, Carole Wehmeyer, Patty Maynard, Mary Sisson SIXTH ROW—Bonnie Carnaghi. Jackie Jackson. Vickie Hartley. Kay Wieduwilt, Kathy Weber, Pat Kibikas, Judy Ruehrup. Karen Ann Stahlhut, Janet Dettmer, Virginia Beckmann, Carolyn Kuethe. Sharon Seibert, Shirley Foehrkolb, Clara Buckley wibi?Rcl?N,OR G A A-: FRONT ROW, left to right—Elaine jeinl ’ 1 , '»»‘en Gallagher, Pauletta Beckmann, Margie Dickey, in Janet Blase, Janet Watsek. Barbara Hofeditz, Jo Ann Musso. Peggy Scheibal I...., ROW—M.irnette Carpenter. Joanne Eberhart. Diane KithL. cu Ya Barnes, Barbara Kooker. Elaine Alberter. Sc hr am bche'bn ’ J net Beckmann, Sharon Niemietz, Doris Baptist, Kathleen Ruppef, Nancy Steelman. Karen Nischwitz FOURTH ROW—Marcia Rice. Donna Schwear. Margie Jumper, Carolyn Fruit, Audrey Bell. Judy Weckman, Marlene Caulk, Carol Richardson, Nell Nunnally, Nancy Lange FIFTH ROW—Lavonne Poneta. Joyce Metcalfe. Joyce Blase, Diane Rasplica, Linda Marks, Carole Bess, Sheila Nichols iln«iRDM ROWTCherle McElhoe. PeflQy O'Neil, Rose Ann Bocca-' Nancy Turner, Nancy Weishaupt, Penny Thatcher, Nancy SIXTH ROW—Betty Stein, Susan Buckley, Sharon Rushing, Karen Penelton, Cynthia Brown, Diane Webb, Joni Southard, Lola Erb, Tona Carter, Elaine AlexanderA Cappella Choir Director: Mr. James Kessinger A Cappella Choir is an organization in which mixed voices sing music of a high caliber. This year’s choir trip was to Giant City State Park. OFFICERS: President-----------------Clyde Fulton Vice-President------------Jack Cherry Secretary — — —---------Nancy Baird Treasurer —---------------Herb Correll Nancy Langendorf, Rose Marie Boner, Joyce Heuer, Carolyn Mc-Gaughey, and Rosemary Svoboda take practicing seriously. Mr. Kessinger directs. The Senior Choir rehearses for Commencement. BACK ROW, left to right—Gerald Fish. Dave Suhre. Jane Miller, Phil Nuernber-ger. Shirley Michel, Henry Lentz. Dianna Moelhenry. Herb Correll. Penny Thatcher, Kim Sickbert, LeRoy Brakhane. John Boner SECOND ROW from back, left to right— Jeanine Pass. Judy Weckman, Nancy Turner. Lola Erb, Mary Miller. Sharon Gallagher. Marlene Caulk, Claudette Chandler, Jane Wiedey STEM, top to bottom, and note, clockwise—Noel Lane. Robert Wise. Mike Searles. Dave Correll. Charles Baumann. Kit Blackmore. Sam Skief. Clyde Fulton. Ray Powell, Dennis Ringering. Lyn-del Helmkamp, Nancy Baird. Kay Ryan. Sue Alexander, Nancy Welshaupt, Nell Nunnally. Beverly Oglesby, Carol Bang-ert. Judy Werner, Robert Helmkamp. Mike Long, Larry Hale. Curtis Webb. Jack Cherry, John Parker, LeRoy Lentz. Jim Carnaghi, Barbara Dodds. Beth Hunter. Dwaine Braddy, Larry Brown. Marcia Rice, Susan Thornton. Sally Page. Barbara Burroughs, Elaine Alexander. Connie Bunte. Linda Marks. Suzanne Slavik. Peggy O'Neil, Nancy Fos- l UQe 103 ter. Pat Smith. Barbara Guller, Donna Coffman. Susie Adams, Janet Moore. Margie Merkel. Susan Buckley, JillGirls selected from the regular singing groups compose Girls’ Choir. This group develops good musicianship and good choral tone in an all-girl organization. At Christmastime the Girls’ Choir carols on the courthouse steps, and in April the group presents its formal concert. The ensembles are groups selected for special purposes. These groups provide a variety of entertaining musical effects. Girls’ Choir MADRIGAL SINGERS: and Ensembles Director: Mr. James Kessinger FRONT ROW. left to right—Connie Bunte. Beth Hunter. Sally Page. Barbara Kooker. Susan Thornton. Nancy Foster. Linda Marks SECOND ROW—Susan Buckley. LeRoy Lentz. Sam Skief, Diane Moelhenry, Nell Nunnally, John Parker THIRD ROW—Dennis Ringering. Charles Baumann, Herb Correll. Robert Helmkamp, Jim Carnaghi Seven-Up Bottling Co. Uofeditz Music Studio Shop Page 104 FRONT ROW. left to right — Carole Bess. Sharon Nichols. Lillie Betts. Jo Ann Hazzard. Mary Johnson. LaVerne Wallace. Edieth Johnson. Joanne Eber-hart. Nancy Schipkowski, Sharon Key, Teresa Nicholson. Sue Weeks, Jackie Jackson. Donna Caulk, Carol Long SECOND ROW—Kathleen Beimfohr, Janet Watsek. Lucinda Meyer, Joan Trebing. Shirley Burnette, Hattie Carpenter, Dianne Alberter, Karen Neidhardt. Mary Titchenal. Mary Paproth. Rickey Neuhaus. Pat Hans. Marsha Gibbs. Ruth Solter, Kitty Kulp. Diane Uhe THIRD ROW—Jo Ann Musso, Ruth Meek. Linda Fruth. Pat Dresch, Sharon Niemietz, Mary Ann Spengel. Mary Stoces. Carolyn Fruit, Theodora Reynolds. Sandra Blake, Audrey Bell. Carol Richardson. Betty Gagliardo. Nancy Chalcraft, Pat Vadalabene, Mary Moran FOURTH ROW—Nancy Sannes, Joyce Dutton, Carol Knibb. Clara Buckley. Sally Baird. Barbara Brockmeier. Terry Hopkins. Rose Ann Boccaleonl, Barbara Allen. Jane Pulliam. Doneldia Morrison. Phyllis Tormohlen. Carolyn Shaw. Elaine Alberter, Geraldine Jones, Jane Guthrie OFFICERS: President — — — Carolyn Fruit Vice-President — — Elaine Alberter Secretary-Treasurer — Dianne Alberter GIRLS' SEXTET: Left to right—Marlene Caulk. Suzanne Slavik. Penny Thatcher. Pat Smith. Claudette Chandler, Jane Wiedey BOYS' DOUBLE QUARTET: Left to right—John Mottar, Jack Cherry. Mike Searles, Phil Nuernberger, Noel Lane. Clyde Fulton, Dwalne Braddy. Kit Blackmore Page 105FRONT ROW. left to right—Barbara Dodds®, Leilana Etz-korn0' , Mary Miller ", Sharon Seibert. Karen Stahlhut". Carol Knibb. Judy Harris. Jack Bettman ”, Kathleen Rup-pel ", Becky Hellrung. Mary Lou Grebel. LaVerne Wallace. Sandy Blake SECOND ROW. left to right—Karen Kurmann, Ronald Aubrecht, George Going, Sue Buckley . Barbara Hofeditz . Joyce Cral-ley, Kathy Boccaleoni, Judy Ruehrup, Sand! Burgdorf. Karen Kesi , Katherine Shindel", Theodora Reynolds. Sally Page ", Mike Veith , Richard Zeisset, Patti Jones. Judy Quade. James Stepson. Rex Aton. Patty Parker. Diane Harris, Beth Hunter . David Hanser THIRD ROW. left to right—Jeanine Pass ", Sue Alexander ", Joyce Metcalfe0", Jane Pulliam. Tom Hoover. Neil Hackett, Carol Holmes. Jeff Collins , John Mulach , Kay Hanvey. Naomi Jurgena. Nancy Sannes. Jim Bonser. Harry Law- Concert Band The EHS Concert Band appears before the public over forty times each year. The fact that only three of these performances are for the benefit of the organization demonstrates that the band is not only a training organization, but also a service unit. Band training is valuable to the student since it emphasizes physical, mental, emotional, and cultural development. Mr. Etzkorn, Band Director. Page 106rence , Jill Cherry . Geraldine Jones. Jim Mareing. Ray Brueggeman. Jim Boyle , Gordon Hug . Mary Lou Garde". Steve Nuernberger, Don Burton, Dennis Ozier, Larry Brown. Dale Bode, Charles Hellinger, James Hansen , Dale Speck-man ", Terry Moore " FOURTH ROW. left to right—Mr. Etzkorn, Daniel Hage-meister ". Tim Rothe. Barbara Kooker, Myrah Piarulli. Larry Unger ", Dave Correll", Richard Helm ", Byron Sherfy, Let Frlsse. Carl Hagemeister , Bob Young. Becky Brown. Dave File. Mickey Mateyka, Glenn Jenne . Jack Cherry . Dick Rogers ", Alana Schneider. Jim West . Jim Woods0, Charles Baumann, Herb Correll", Dale Farrington •—All-County Band "—County Institute Sight-Reading Clinic Band •—All-State Orchestra X—All-State Band EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE: FRONT ROW, left to right—Daniel Hagemeister. Barbara Dodds, Geraldine Jones. Joyce Metcalfe. Secretary; BACK ROW—Dale Speckman. President; Jim Boyle. Mike Reynolds. Treasurer; Gordon Hug. Vice-President CONCERT REPERTOIRE "Barnum and Bai.'ey's Favorite"—King "Barber of Seville"—Rossini "Rose-Marie"—Friml Stothart "Ballad for Evening"—Morrissey "Camptown Races"—arr. Richardson "Night and Day”—Porter "Rhapsody in Blue"—Gershwin "Count Down”—Cofield "Pilgrim Chorus"—Wagner "Alexander's Ragtime Band"—Berlin "South Pacific"—Rodgers Hammerstein "The Three Bells"—Villard "Tumbling Tumbleweeds”—arr. Bennett "His Honor"—Fillmore "The Black Horse Troop"—Sousa "A Manx Overture"—Wood "Praise Ye" from "Attila"—Verdi "Night Flight to Madrid"—Leslie "Tales from the Vienna Woods"—Strauss "Pines of the Appian Way"—Respighi "Chorale March"—Fiorillo "Psyche and Eros"—Franck "Where or When"—arr. Leidzen "The Child Prodigy"—Gould "St. Louis Blues March"—arr. Burgett "The Peanut Vendor"—arr. Morrissey "Old Comrades"—Teike "Fidelity"—Blankenburg "Siegfried's Rhine Journey"—Wagner "Napoli"—Bellstedt "Chester"—Schuman "Serenade"—Titl "The Klaxon"—Fillmore "Espana Rhapsodie"—Chabrier "Battle Hymn"—Gould "Brigadoon"—Lerner Loewe 107 "The Universal Judgement"—De Nardis "The Chimes of Liberty"—GoldmanReserve Band Director: Mr. Etzkorn FRONT ROW. left to right—Ann Strange. Dave Lambert, Lucille Martin, Pat Maynard Carol Barr. Sheri Heald. Mary Ellen Stephenson, Karl Mason SECOND ROW—Bill Brase. Jay Thatcher, Mike O'Hare. Brad Hofeditz, Dennis Kubicek, Ronnie Kellenberger, Gene Harrison, Eldon Martin. Walter Weeks THIRD ROW—Mr. Etzkorn, Nancy Daln, Andi Landreth, Roger Buchta, Tim Newton, Leroy Brase. Jim Werner, Steve Jegel, John Mottar KNEELING—Barbara Hofeditz, Majorette STANDING. left to right — Leilana Etzkorn, Geraldine Jones, Diane Harris Page 108Concert Band Activities The EHS Marching Band puts on a half-time demonstration. The EHS Concert Band plays its first concert of the season.PORTRAITSMR. THOMAS BUTLER, Principal of Edwardsville High School Administration Page 112 FRONT ROW — John Morrisey, Board Attorney ; Herbert Brock-meier, Secretary; Albert Cas sens; Robert Schaefer, Board President; Chester Buchta. SECOND ROW — Robert Weh-ling; Herman Winter, Jr.; A. Gordon Dodds, Superintendent of Schools; Richard Kaiser; William Dorsey. Board of Education The constant hard work of the seven school-board members helps our school to operate on a smooth, efficient, and modern basis. We are grateful for their competent supervision. Mr. Butler watches over part of his studious flock.MISS ELSIE J. SLOAN Eastern Illinois University B.S. in Ed.; Washington University M.A. in Ed. Director of Guidance; Dean of Girls; English Essentials and Composition Deans The deans of Edv ardsville High School, Miss Sloan and Mr. Schmid, are always ready and willing to lend a helpful hand to students with any kind of problem. MR. RALPH SCHMID Northeast Missouri State Teachers College B.S.. M.A. Assistant Principal; Dean of Boys; American Literature Page 114Faculty MR. ARTHUR APPRILL Southeast Missouri State College B.S in Ed. University of Missouri M.A. American History MISS LEONA COLEBAR Illinois State Normal University B.S. Freshman and Sophomore Girts’ Health MRS. ALICE CROCKER University of Illinois A.B. University of Missouri M.A. American Literature; Speech MISS GRACE CUNNINGHAM University of Illinois B.S. University of Colorado M.A. Spanish; French MR. GAYLE DAY Eastern Illinois University B.S. in Ed. Biology; Advanced Biology MR. CLEAON ETZKORN Millikin University B.M.E.. M.M.E. Instrumental Music MR. KENNETH FREELAND Eastern Illinois University B.S. Bookkeeping; Clerical Practice; Typing; Coach MRS. HELEN GEORGE McMurray College A.B. Washington University B.S. Algebra; Advanced Algebra MISS CARLA GEWE Washington University A.B. Uni crsity of Colorado M.A. Latin MR. A. M. GIBSON Illinois Wesleyan University B.S. University of Michigan M.S. General Science; Physics MISS ESTHER GOEDDEL University of Illinois B.S.. M.A. American History; World History; Geography MISS ELLA HELM University of Micsouri A.B. Columbia University M.A. Trigonometry; Solid Geometry: Plane Geometry; Advanced Algebra MRS. LILLIE PEARL HELM Western Illinois University B.S. English 1.2 MISS CAROLYN HUTTON Southeast Missouri State College B.S. Voc. Home Ec. Home Economics 1 MR. RICHARD HUTTON Eastern Illinois University B.S. in Ed. Washington University M.S. Boys’ Health 1,2; Coach Page 115Faculty MR. BENNY ISSELHARDT McKendree College B.S. Washington University M.S. American History; World Affairs; Driver Education; Coach MR. O. GLENN JOHNSON Southern Illinois University B.A., M.S. Guidance; English 4 MR. JAMES KESSINGER Shurtleff College B.M.E. Vocal Music MR. MELVIN KUETHE Illinois State Normal University B.S. University of Missouri M.S. Boys P.E.; Coach MR. EUGENE LITTLE University of Tennessee B.S.. M.S. Typing: General Business; Economics MISS LONNIE JO LONGHOFER Southeast Missouri State College B.S. in Ed. Art; Girls' P.E. MR. JOE E. LUCCO Greenville College A.B. University of Illinois M.A. Sociology; Psychology; World Affairs; Director of Athletics MISS JULIE MAGNUSON Cottie College A.A. Millikin University B.A. English 1.2 MISS ROSE MARY MC COWEN Southern Illinois University B.S. In Ed. English 2 MRS. ELISABETH MILLER Central Missouri State College B.S. in Ed. Colorado State College of Education M.A. Mechanical Drawing; Architectural Drawing MR. J. D. MILLER Central Missouri State College B.S. in Ed. Colorado A. and M.. M.A. in Ed. Metals; Woodworking 2; General Shop; Coach MRS. MILDRED MORAN University of Illinois A.B. Plane Geometry: Algebra MRS. MARILYNN MULLEN Eastern Illinois University B.S. Girls' P.E.; Cheerleader Sponsor; G.A.A. Director MISS NONA NEFF Indiana University B.S. Typing; General Business MR. JAMES PATRICK O'BRIEN Indiana University B.S. in Ed. Driver Education; Business Law; Economics; Coach MISS LUCY PARKEY Alabama College B.S. University of Tennessee M.S. in Home Ec. Home Ec. 2.3; Family Living Page 116Guidance Personnel and Office Secretaries The members of the guidance department and the office secretaries are the unsung heroes of EHS. We want them to know chat their hard work is appreciated. Mr. Johnson, counselor, talks with Jim Werner. Mr. Prediger and guidance secretary, Mrs. Kesl. Mrs. Firnhaber, Mrs. Jones, and Miss Gusewelle, office secretaries. Page 117Faculty MR. WILLIAM POWELL McKendree College B.S. University of Illinois M. in Ed. Chemistiy; Advanced Chemistry MR. DALE J. PREDIGER Southern Illinois University B.A. Guidance: Algebra; Practical Math MR. PAT PRICE Eastern Illinois University B S American History: Living Problems: Boys' P.E.: Coach MR. NORMAN REUSCHER University of Illinois B.S. Electricity; Woodworking 1; General Shop MRS. ROSE SANDS Shurtleff College A.B. Washington University M.A. English 1; General English MR. CHESTER SEIBERT University of Illinois B.S., M.S. Agriculture MISS ALETHA SMISER Co'orado State College of Education B.S. in Ed.. M.A. Secretarial Practice; Shorthand MR. GAYLORD M. SMITH Wabash College B.A. University of Illinois M.S. G2ner.1l Science; Biology MR. WILLIAM STAIRWALT Western Illinois University B.S. in Ed. Southern Illinois University M.S. in Ed. Woodworking 1; Home Mechanics; General Shop; Practical Math. MISS LEORA THOMPSON Millsaps College B.S. Algebra; Plane Geometry; Creative Writing; Tiger Times MISS VIVIAN THOMPSON Eastern Illinois University B.S. in Ed. Indiana University M.S. Librarian MRS. MARGARETTE WARMBRODT Missouri Valley College B.S. in Ed.. B.M.E. Missouri University M. in Ed. English Essentials and Composition; Tiger Yearbook MRS. DIANNE WILLIAMS Milwaukee-Downer College B.A. English 1,2; American Literature MRS. JEAN WOHLFORD Whitewater State College B.S. in Ed. Shorthand; Typing MISS ISABEL WOOD University of Illinois A.B. University of Wisconsin M.A. English Literature; American Literature Page 118OFFICE GIRLS: Front Row — Doris Crabtree, Barbara Cooper, Nancy Steede, Joan Anderson; Second Row—Carole Kolesa, Judy Abert, Ann Little, Sharon Patton, Shiriey Bach, Lana Sanders; Third Row—Donna Traband, Beverly Oglesby, Judy Starnes, Sharon Feldman, Karen Tro-jahn, Sharon Siegrist. CUSTODIANS—Mr. Volz. Mr. Utcchtt, Mr. Holtman, Mrs. Strassen, and Mr. Johnson. CAFETERIA WORKERS: Front Row —Mrs. Schaake, Mrs. Carpenter, Mrs. Clark, Mrs. Parker; Second Row— Mrs. Grosenheider, Mrs. Killian, Mrs. Morton; Third Row—Mrs. Jennings, Mrs. Riley, Mr. Vella. Page 119Senior Class Officers: Terry Fagan, Vice President; Nancy Baird, Treasurer; Joe Pulliam, President; Sharon Patton, Secretary. JUDY ABERT No one is happy who does not think herself so. Office Help 4; Hi-Tri 1.2 CHARLES AGLES — “Chuck” "A laugh is worth a hundred groans." Football 1.2; Cross Country 3.4; Basketball 1; Wrestling 4; Baseball 1,2,3,4; Music Listening 4 ELAINE ALBERTER Nothing great was ever achieved without enthusiasm. Homecoming 2.4; Class Officer 3, President: A Cappella Choir 2.3; Operetta 2.3; Girls' Choir 4, Secretary; Chorus 1; Tiger Times 4; Dramatics Club Play Committee 3; F.T.A. 1; G.A.A. 1,2,4; Latin Club 2; Library Club 1; Dramatics Club 3.4; Jr. Play-student director 3; Prom decoration committee 3; Hi-Tri 1.2 SHELBY ANDREWS "Whoso would be a man would be a non-conformist.” Football 1,2,3; Aviation 1,2 BILL AUGUR "Nothing's Impossible ... If you’re the man that doesn’t have to do it.” Tennis 1.2.3.4; Letterman’s Club 3.4; Physical Science 1.2.3.4-Vice Pres. 4; Technicians 1.2 SHIRLEY BACH Is she quiet? Don’t be too sure. Office Help 3.4; Cafeteria Help 1; F.N.A. 3; G.A.A. 1.2; Music Listening 3,4; Hi-Tri 1.2 NANCY BAIRD — “Nan” An artist without an artist’s temperament. Class Officer 4. Treasurer; A Cappella Choir 2,3.4; Chorus 1; Tiger Staff 4; Art Club 4; Prom Committee 3; Jr. Play Committee 3; Hi-Tri 1,2 TOM BAIRD "Why I’ve gotten a lot of results! I know several thousand things that won't work.” Chorus 1; Football 1; Math Club 1.4; Biological Science 2; Physical Science 3.4-Pres. 4. Treas. 3 KATHIE BALLARD "Why can’t life’s problems hit us now when we’re seventeen and know everything?” Chorus 3.4; Art Club 2; F.N.A. 3.4; Music Listening 3.4; Hi-Tri 1.2 Page 120Seniors RICHARD BANGERT His Joke list Is a mile long. Band 1; Biological Science 2 NANCY ANN BAPTIST You don't write because you want to say something; you write because you've got something to say. Homecoming Announcer 4; Girls' Choir 3; Chorus 1; G.A.A. 1.2.3.4; Tiger Times Editor 4; Library Club 2; Spanish 1; Jr. Play 3; Dramatics Club 3.4; Prom Committee 3; Senior Play Cast; Hi-Tri 1.2 WILBERT BARTELS Judge a man by his questions. Cafeteria Help 2,3; F.F.A. 1,2,3.4 BETTY BEALL She's a puzzle; but puzzles are interesting. Elizabeth Forward High School 1.2,3; F.N.A. 4; Biological Science 4 PAULETTA BECKMANN A leader leads best when people barely know she exists. Cafeteria Help 4; F.H.A. 1.2.3.4 Vice-Pres. 4; F.N.A. 3.4 Pres. 4; G.A.A. 1,2.3.4; Hi-Tri 1.2 BARBARA BEGEMAN It often shows a fine command of the language to say nothing. F.H.A. 1.2.3.4; Hi-Tri 1.2 AUDREY BELL The girl with the ever-present, ever-pleasant smile. Class Officer 1, Secretary; Girls' Choir 2.4; Chorus 1; Student Council 1,2,3.4 Vice President 4; F.N.A. 3.4; G.A.A. 1.2.3,4; Latin Club 1,2; Prom Committee 3; Hi-Tri 1,2 PAT BERTRAM A smile, a flash, and she's gone. Chorus 1,2; Tiger Staff 3.4; F.T.A. 1.2; Library Club 2.3; Photography Club 3,4 President 4; Jr. Play Committee 3, Prom Committee 3; Hi-Tri 1.2 JANICE BIVENS — “Jan” Work, worry, and printer's Ink. Chorus 1,2; Tiger Times 4; Cafeteria He!p 4; Art Club 3; French Club 2.3; F.T.A. 3.4, Secretary 4; Library 1,2; Social Studies 4; Jr. Play Committee 3; Prom Committee 3; Hi-Tri 1,2 BILL BLACKMON — “Willie” "Let tomorrow take care of tomorrow." Football 3; Wrestling 2; Track 2 JANET BLASE A Tiger fan. a lot of fun. our feminine athlete number one. F.T.A. 1,2.3.4; G.A.A. 1,2,3.4 President 4; Prom Committee 3; Hi-Tri 1,2 MARY ANN BLUMENTHAL She believes in the three L's — Laughing. Listening, and Lending a helping hand. Tiger Staff 3.4; G.A.A. 3; Latin 1.2; Music Listening 3; Photography 4; Prom Committee 3; Senior Play Cast; Hi-Tri 1,2 Page 121Seniors ROSE ANN BOCCALEONI "Some people laugh; some talk; I'll do both forever." Girl Choir 3.4; Chorus 1,2; Cafeteria Help 1; F.T.A. 1; G.A.A. 1,2,3.4-Vice Pres. 4; Latin 2; Library 1.2.3.4-Treas. 2; Hi-Tri 1.2 JOE BOLIN And his eyes have all the Klenmlng of a demon that is dreaming. Cross Country 2.3; Basketball 1.2.3; Track 1; Golf 1.2.3.4; Letterman’s Club 1.2.3.4; Spanish Club 1.2.3.4- Treas. 4 ROSE MARIE BONER "A smile is worthless until given away.” Girls’ Choir 3; Chorus 1.2.4-Vice Pres. 2; Art Club 3.4- Vice Pres. 4; Girls’ Sextet 4; Latin Club 1,2; Music Listening 4; Hi-Tri 1,2 JIM BONSER ‘‘Laugh! I thought I’d die.” Band 1.2.3.4; Football 1.2.3.4; Basketball 1; Wrestling 2; Baseball 3; Track 1.2; Tiger Times. 4; Letterman’s Club 2.3.4-Treas. 4; Music Listening 3,4; Jr. Play Cast 3; Prom Committee 3 DON BOYD "If a thing will go without saying, let It." JAMES BOYLE — “Jim” "Executive ability is deciding quickly and getting somebody else to do the work." Band 1.2.3.4; Tiger Staff 3.4-Editor 4; Math 1.3.4 Vice Pres. 4; Physical Science 2.4; Technicians 1; Radio Electronics Club 2 DWAINE BRADDY He sings in his joy—the joy of the Lord. A Cappella Choir 3.4; Chorus 1.2; Track 1; Cafeteria Help 4; Music Listening 3.4; Social Studies 3.4-President 3.4; Spanish 1,2; Boys Double Quartet 4 LLOYD BRASE "Endeavor to so live that when you die even the undertaker will be sorry." Chorus 1.2; F.F.A. 1.2.3 RICHARD BRASE — “Rich” "The time you must not fall is the last time you try." Chorus 1; F.F.A. 1.2.3.4 ROGER BRETHORST "Keep silent and people will think you a philosopher." Cross Country 3; Aviation 1,3; Social Studies 4 CYNTHIA BROWN — “Sissy” "A good memory is one that is so poor you can’t remember what you worried about yesterday.” Chorus 1.2,3; G.A.A. 1,2.4; Music Listening 4; Spanish 1; Hi-Tri 1,2 JO ANN BRUENE Doing little deeds of kindness. Chorus 2.3; Cafeteria Help 4; Hi-Tri 1,2 Page 122 The seniors who gave the most service to the school: Pat Bertram and Bob Kooker. MARY LOU BUCH “I am never more tickled than when I lauRh at myself.” F.N.A. 4; Music Listening 4; Spanish 1.2; Jr. Play 3; Prom Committee 3; Hi-Tri 1.2 SUSAN BUCKLEY — “Susie” ”1 like to do Rood well." Band 1.2.3.4; A Cappella 2.3.4; Operetta 2.3; F.N.A. 3; F.T.A. 1.2.3.4; G.A.A. 1.2.3.4; Biological Science 4; Prom Committee 3; Hi-Tri 1,2 JOYCE BURNHAM There are a few thinks that never ro out of style, and a feminine woman is one of them. Band 1.2; Chorus 1; Student Council 1.2.3.4 Secretary 4; Handbook Committee 2.4; Cafeteria Help 2; F.N.A. 3; G.A.A. 1,2.3; Math Club 3.4 Sec.-Treas. 4: Spanish Club 1.2; Junior Play Cast 3; Hi-Tri 1.2 BARBARA BURROUGHS All blondes are not liRht-headed. Homecoming 3.4; A Cappella Choir 3.4; Operetta 3. Girls' Choir 2; Chorus 1; Cheerleader (JV) 2, (V) 3.4; Tiger Staff 4; Art Club 4; French Club 2.3-Vice Pres. 2. Pres. 3; F.N.A. 3; G.A.A. 1.2,3.4-Vice Pres. 3; Math 3-Sec.-Treas 3; Photography 1; Biological Science 2.4; Prom Committee 3; Hi-Tri 1.2 DEAN BURRU — "Dino” "The Lord said, 'Let there be foolishness. and he created me." Homecoming 4; Football 1,2.3.4; Wrestling 2.3; Track 1.2.3.4; Art Club 2.3; Letterman's Club 2,3,4; Music Listening 3 PAUL BURRUS Men Rain when they make their foes their friends. Homecoming 4; Class Officer 2-Vice Pres.; Cross Country 4; Track 3.4; Basketball Team Manager 1.2.3.4; Letterman's Club 1.2.3.4; Music Listening 3; Photography Club 2 JOHN BUTCHER There are two kinds of people in the world: those who have an opinion of Picasso and those who've never heard of him. Spanish 2 KAY CALVERT She lauRhs at the drop of a hat. F.T.A. 1.2.3.4; G.A.A. 1; Prom Committee 3; Hi-Tri 1.2 ANNA MARIE CARPENTER She never has a worry or a sorrow; what's not done today can wait until tomorrow. Collinsville High School 1; Library Club 3,4 Vice Pres. 4; Jr. Play Committee 3; Prom Committee 3; Hi-Tri 2 Page 123Janet Blase and Bud Vail ino, the most athletic seniors. MARNETTE CARPENTER "I do not believe In punctuality, and I am not alone.” Chorus 1.2.3: Cafeteria Help 1; F.H.A. 1,23.4; G.A.A. 1.2; Music Listening 2.3; Spanish 1,2; Hi-Tri 1,2 RICHARD CASNA — “Cos” "Has anyone seen my halo?” Football 1.2,3; Basketball 1; Wrestling 2; Track 1.2; Math 2; Music Listening 4; Spanish 1.3 RICHARD CASSENS ”1 can always spot a well-informed man — his views are the same as mine.” Chorus 1.2; Football 1,2,3.4; Basketball 1; Wrestling 2.3.4; Track 1.2; Math 2.3 NANCY CHALCRAFT Both serious and merry is she. Alton High School 1,2; Girls' Choir 3.4; Music Listening 4 CLAUDETTE CHANDLER Nary an enemy. A Cappella Choir 3,4; Operetta 3; Girls' Choir 2; Chorus 1; Spanish 3; Hi-Tri 1,2 KAREN CLAYTON Gentlemen remember blondes. Chorus 2.3; Hi-Tri 1.2 RICHARD COCHRAN — “Dicfc” Our classroom Jester. Cross Country 1.2,3.4; Wrestling 2.3,4; Track 1.3; Golf 2; Dramatics Club Play Cast 3; Letterman's Club 2.3,4; Technicians 1; Senior Play Cast DAVE COLEY "The symptoms of laziness and fatigue are practically identical.” Football 2.3,4; Track 2.3.4; Letterman's Club 4; Music Listening 4; Spanish 2.3 ED COLLIGAN The eyes have It. Page 124Seniors SCOTT CONARD “I should feel quite lost without my car.” Math 1.4 FRANK COOK A winning personality shines through his quietness. RAY CORL “Worry little; study less.” Cafeteria Help 1.2.3; Spanish Club 1.2.3.4 HERB CORRELL “The trouble with these 'How to Succeed' books is that they say I must work.” Band 1.2.3.4; A Cappella Choir 2.3.4-Treas. 3; Operetta 1.2.3; Chorus 1; Tennis 1.2; Technicians 1; Latin Club 2 MIKE COVER “When there’s nothing to do. let me do it." Football 1; Spanish Club 1 DORIS CRABTREE “If It’s happiness you’re after, there’s no recipe like laughter.” Chorus 1.2: Office Help 4; F.H.A. 1.2.3.4-Treas. 4; Hi-Tri 1.2 WILLIAM CRAFT — “Eddie” Quite an asset to the football team. Football 1.3.4; Wrestling 2,3.4; Track 2.3.4; Letter-man's Club 4 THERESA CROOK Sense of humor, dancing feet; lots of fun, she can’t be beat. Chorus 1; Cafeteria Help 3.4; Music Listening 3.4; Hi-Tri 1.2 KENNETH DAECH “To live a long life — work little.” Chorus 1; Cross Country 2; Basketball 1; Baseball 2; Football 1; Spanish 1,2.3 MARILOU DALE She’s always good-natured. Girls’ Choir 3; Chorus 1.2; Music Listening 3.4; Hi-Tri 1.2 EMMA DAWSON Sweet and sincere; nice to be near. Music Listening 3.4; Spanish 1.2; Hi-Tri 1.2 BOB DECONCINI “The secret of success is work, but who wants to know the secret?” Football 4; Baseball 3.4 Page 125Seniors BILL DELEHANTY Takes life as it comes. NANCY DESHERLIA She proves herself by good deeds. Business Ed. 4 Sec.; Music Listening 3; Spanish 1.2; Hi-Tri 1.2 DIANA DETTMER Just as sweet as she looks. A Cappella Choir 2; Chorus 1; Class Officer 2. Treasurer; Student Council 1; Hl-Tri 1,2; Latin 1.2 HENRY DOHLE What is greater than wit? JERRY DRESCH "While you’re alive—live.” Troy. Highland TOM DUNLAP What skill he shows in football clothes. Westside High. Omaha. Nebraska 3; Homecoming 1; Football 1.2.3.4; Basketball 1.2.3; Track 1.2.3; Cafeteria Help 4; Letterman's Club 1.2,3.4; Math 1 JOYCE ANN DUTTON It seems to me that everything in the light and air ought to be happy." Girls' Choir 3.4; Chorus 1.2; Tiger Times 3 4; French Club 2; Library Club 1,2,3.4; Prom Committee 3; Hi-Tri 1.2 LARRY EADS Men of few words are often the best men. RONNIE EMMONS "Serious thoughts bore me." Basketball 1; Cafeteria Help 2; Technicians 2,3 ROGER EPPERSON "If at first you don’t succeed, you'll get a lot of unsolicited advice." Chorus 1.2.3; Football 4; Basketball 2.3,4; Music Listening 2.3; Prom Committee 3 SHARON ERB Always upon a cloud. Business Ed. 4; Music Listening 3; Spanish 1.2; Prom Committee 3; Hi-Tri 1,2 TERRY FAGAN And we thought Romeo was fictitious! Homecoming 2.4; Class Officer 4. Vice Pres.; Student Council 1.2.3.4; Football 1.2.3.4; Letter-man’s Club 3.4. Vice Pres. 4; Music Listening 4; Spanish 1,2,3Elaine Alberter and Dale Speckman, chosen as EHS’s best senior citizens. KENNETH FISHER A good disposition Is God’s happiest gift. Cafeteria Help 1; Spanish 1,3 BILL FITZPATRICK — “Fit?’ "My style is my own." Cross Country 1,2; Basketball 1,2; Baseball 1,2; Track 1; Golf Team Manager 2; Cafeteria Help 2; Photography 1 MARY FRANKE She scatters rays of sunshine. Chorus 1,2; Music Listening 1.2,3.4; Hi-Tri 1.2 LESTER FRISSE — “Frizz” ••I m a model student—when the teacher s looking." Band 1.2.3.4; Football 1.2; Baseball 1,2; Team Manager Baseball 2; Tiger Times 4; Letterman’s Club 2.3.4; Spanish 1.2.3.4; Junior Play-Student Director 3; Prom Committee 3; Senior Play Cast CAROLYN FRUIT A modest person is one who doesn’t blow her knows. Homecoming 2; Class Officer 1-Vice Pres.; A Cap-pella 3; Operetta 3; Girls’ Choir 2.4-Pres. 4: Chorus 1; Student Council 1; Cheerleader (J.V.) 3. (V.) 4; F.T.A. 1; G-A.A. 1.2.3.4; Library Club 1.2-Sec. 2; Dramatics Club 3.4-Vice Pres. 4; Junior Play 3; Prom Committee 3; Senior Play Cast; Hi-Trl 1.2-Pres. 2 CLYDE FULTON "Did anyone call for a baritone?" A Cappella 2.3.4-Pres. 4; Operetta 3.4; Chorus 1; Cross Country 2,3,4; Basketball 1.2.3.4; Music Listening 1 KAY LEE FUNKE A friendly hello always lingered In the air after Kay Lee had been there. Homecoming 3.4; Homecoming Queen 4; Class Officer 3-Ssc.; Chorus 1.2; Student Council 2.3.4; Handbook Committee 3; Cheerleader 3.4 V.; F.N.A. 4; F.T.A. 3; G.A.A. 2; Library Club 1.2; Dramatics Club 4; Junior Play 3; Prom Committee 3; Hi-Tri 1.2-Vice Pres. 2 LARRY GAERTNER "It’s rather nice to see one's name in print." Track 1 BETTY GAGLIARDO The sweetest kind of friendliness. Girls’ Choir 3.4; Chorus 1,2; Cafeteria Help 2.3; Music Listening 1,2,3,4; Hi-Tri 1,2 Page 127Jane Wiedey and Clyde Fulton, the seniors with the most talent. MARSHA GIBBS "A laugh and a smile makes life worthwhile." Band 1; Girl Choir 2.3.4; Library Club 2.3; Music Listening 1; Spanish 1; Hi-Tri 1,2 LEO GIESZELMANN Where's that smile of yours. Leo? F.F.A. 2.3 SHERILYN GREBEL — “Sherry”, “Grebs” A witty woman Is a treasure. Chorus 1; Dramatics Club 3.4—Treas. 4; Dramatics Play 4; Play Committee 4; G.A.A. 1.2; Library Club 1.2; Prom Committee 3; Junior Play 3; Hi-Tri 1.2; Tiger Times 4 RONALD GRIGG Not as quiet as he seems. ARTHUR GUELDENER — “Art” "Laugh and the world laughs with you." Cafeteria Help 2.3; F.F.A. 1.2,3,4—Treas. 3. Vice Pres. 4 CAROL GUSEWELLE Of all the girls in EHS—there's not a nicer one. Chorus 1; Business Education 4; Latin Club 1; Hi-Tri 1.2 ROY GUSEWELLE Full of good nature. Cafeteria Help 2 WILBUR GUSEWELLE — “Buddy” "Sometimes I sit and think; sometimes I Just sit." F.F.A. 1,2.3.4-Sec. 4; Music Listening 4 NEIL HACKETT "To be a gentleman Is a great handicap in an argument." Band 1.2.3,4; Baseball 1; Tiger Staff 4; Tiger Times 4; Spanish 1.2,3—Vice Pres. 3; Prom Committee 3 Page 128Seniors CARL HAGEMEISTER Toots his own horn — — tuba, that Is. Band 1,2,3.4; Cross Country 4: Track 1,2,3,4; Cafeteria 2; Letterman's Club 4 DANIEL HAGEMEISTER It isn’t the common man at ail who Is important; it’s the uncommon man. Band 1,2 3.4; Math 2,3,4; Physical Science 1; Senior Play Cast DAVID HANSER ••Between diddling on my horn and doodling on my paper, I don't know which I like bent.' Band 1.2.3,4; Tiger Staff 4; Math 4; Physical Science 1,2.3.4; Treas. 2; Radio Electronics 2 KAY HANVEY Cute and nice and lots of fun; a girl who's liked by everyone. Band 1.2.3.4; Spanish 1,2,3.4; Hi-Tri 1,2 FRANCES HARBISON "Life Is just a merry-go-round." Chorus 1.2,3.4; Music Listening 3,4; Spanish 1; Hi-Tri 1.2 BOB HARMON His slang is Just sport-model language stripped down to get more speed with less horsepower. Football 1; Wrestling 3; Music Listening 4; Prom Committee 3 JO ANN HARTNAGEL Ever loves a Joke. Spanish 1.2,3.4; Hi-Tri 1.2 DARWIN HAYWOOD — “Dar” "I destroy my enemies—I make them my friends.” Class Officer 3, Vice Pres.; Student Council 3; Cross Country 2; Basketball 1,2,4; Track 1; Basketball Team Manager 3.4; Dramatics Club Play Committee 4; Latin Club 1.2; Letterman’s Club 3,4; Math 3 MAX HELFER The best way to have a friend Is to be one. Baseball 1,2; Aviation 1 BARBARA HELLRUNG A friend indeed. Girls' Choir 2.3; Chorus 1; Business Education 3,4; Spanish 1.2; Hi-Tri 1,2 BETTY HELLRUNG "One enemy is too many." Band 1,2,3; Student Council 3.4: Cafeteria Help 3; F.N.A. 4; Latin Club 1,2.3; Prom Committee 3; Hi-Tri 1.2 JOHN HELM "Success comes in cans; failure in can'ts.” Student Council 1; Handbook Committee 1; Baseball 1,2; Tiger Staff 4; Tiger Times 4; French Club 2.3 Sec. 3; F.T.A. 1; Latin 2; Math 1.3,4; Physical Science 4; Junior Play 3; Prom Committee 3 Page 129Seniors BILL HENRY The beat luck piece a man can wear Is a smile. Track 1,2,3 JOYCE HEUER The people sensible enough to give good advice are sensible enough to give none. Girls’ Choir 3; Chorus 1,2.4; Art Club 2; Girls' Sextet 4; Music Listening 3.4; Hi-Tri 1.2 JOE HLAVSA The highest reward for man’s efforts is not what he gets from it but what he becomes by it. Aviation 3-Sec. Treas. 3; Music Listening 4 DONALD HOLSHOUSER ‘‘It’s not which way the wind blows, but the way you set your sails." Math 2.3.4; Spanish 1 THERESA HOPKINS — “Terry” She does little kindnesses which most leave undone. Girls’ Choir 2.3.4-Vice Pres. 4; Chorus 1; Art Club 1; F.T.A. 4; Latin 2; Music Listening 3; Prom Committee 3; Junior Play Committee 3; Hi-Tri 1,2 GORDON HUG ’’Some gentlemen prefer blondes; I’m willing to give brunettes a chance." Band 1.2,3,4-Vice Pres. 4; Cross Country 1; Track 1; Tennis 2.3,4; French Club 2.3-Treas. 3; Letter-man’s Club 4; Physical Science 1.2.3.4-Sec. 4 JACK HURST He’s quite a big man around here. Football 3.4; F.F.A. 3.4 KENNETH HYTEN "Would you explain that In terms the lay chemist can understand?” Cross Country 2.3.4; Basketball 1,2.3; Track 3.4; Math 3.4; Photography 1,2; Physical Science 4 FREDDIE JOHNSON — “Fred” "I don’t know' where I’m going, but I’m going." Chorus 1; Football 1 MELVERTA JOHNSON A quiet tongue shows a thoughtful head. Cafeteria Help 1; Business Ed 3; Music Listening 4; Spanish 1.2; Hi-Trl 1.2 GERALDINE JONES — “Gerri” ‘‘Life is just one big twirl.” Band 1.2.3.4. Majorette 2.3,4; Girls Choir 3.4; Chorus 1.2; F.H.A. 1,2.3.4; F.N.A. 3.4; G.A.A. 1.2; Hi-Tri 1.2 LARRY JONES Fate tried to conceal him by naming him Jones. Chorus 1,2; Music Listening 1 Page 130Mary Ann Smola and Jim Boyle, chosen as the seniors with the most scholastic ability. MARCIA KAHLE "Life Is what we make It.' Litchfield 1,2,3 DONNA KECK People have friends because they build bridges Instead of walls. Chorus 1,2,3; G.A.A. 1; Prom Committee 3; Hi-Tri 1,2 RONNIE KECK — “Ron” "One team for offense; one for defense; and one to attend classes." Chorus 1.2; Football 1.2.3.4; Basketball 1,2; Wrestling 3,4; Track 1.2.3.4; Letterman s Club 3.4 PAULA KELLER "Don’t hope for the best; hop for It.” Music Listening 3,4; Spanish 1,2; Hi-Tri 1,2 GLORIA KESSMAN When she arrives, the merriment begins. Art Club 2; F.N.A. 3,4; Music Listening 3,4; Hl-Tri 1.2 SHARON KING Happy and gay that’s her way. Chorus 1,2; Spanish 1,2,3,4; Hl-Trl 1,2 FRED KLUETER "Nothing ever bothers me." Football 1.2; Cafeteria Help 1.2.3; Technicians 1,2,3,4; Prom Committee 3 JANICE KNIGHT — “Jan” Always a pleasant word for everyone. Chorus 1.2; Business Ed. 4 Pres.; Photography 1,2,3; Hi-Tri 1,2; Prom Committee 3 BOB KOOKER "Everyone has heard of the Great John L. and they’ll hear of the Great Bob A." Football Team Manager 1.2; Boys' Singing Club 1; Letterman’s Club 1; Music Listening 3; Physical Science 2; Technicians 1,2,3.4-Pres. 3.4. Treas. 2; Band 1,2,3,4 Page 131 V‘ V- Carolyn Fruit and Paul Riley, outstanding senior leaders. BETTY KOZLIK “Happy-go-lucky me!” Chorus 1,2,3.4; Music Listening 3,4; Photography 1,2; Hi-Tri 1,2; Prom Committee 3 JANET KRIEGER "Take time to laugh; It Is music to the soul.” Girls’ Choir 3; Chorus 1,2; Student Council 1,2,3,4; Handbook Committee 1,2.3; G.A.A. 1,2,3,4; Spanish 1,2; Hi-Tri 1,2; Prom Committee 3 RONNIE KRIEGER "Triumph In wrestling is adding ‘umph’ to 'try’." Wrestling 2,3,4; Letterman's Club 3,4 ALBERT KYRO "Silence Is one of the hardest arguments to refute." DAVID KYRO Has a comeback for everything. Tiger Times 4; Audio Visual Aids 1,2,3; Technicians 1.2; Spanish 1,2,3,4 TOM LADD You won’t find a nicer Ladd. Chorus 2.3; Baseball 1.2; Boys' Singing Club 2,3.4; Music Listening 4; Photography 1; Spanish 2.3; Prom Committee 3 RONNIE LAMBERT Keeps the ball rolling with bright remarks. Football 3; Basketball 1; Wrestling 3.4; Track 1,2.3.4 JUDY LANDRETH Believes in having a good time. Art Club 2; F.H.A. 1; G.A.A. 3; Music Listening 3,4; Hi-Tri 1,2 NANCY LANGENDORF "There’s no reason to grumble and complain." Girls’ Choir 2,3; Chorus 1.4; F.H.A. 1; Latin 2; Music Listening 3,4; Girls' Sextet 4; Hi-Tri 1,2 Page 132Seniors JANET LANHAM A charm all her own. Chorus 1.2,3; F.H.A. 1,2; Music Listening 3,4; Hi-Trl 1.2 HENRY LENTZ "Getting a laugh is my specialty." A Cappella Choir 2,3,4; Chorus 1; Football 1,2,4; Baseball 2,3,4; F.F.A. 1,2,3 DAN LEWIS "Individuality Is a man’s privilege." A Cappella Choir 2,3; Operetta 3; Chorus 1; Cross Country 1,2,3,4; Track 1,2,3,4; Audio Visual Aids 1,2,3; Math 3,4; Physical Science 4; Spanish 1,2 CAROL LONG "Take time to be friendly; It is the road to happiness." A Cappella Choir 3; Operetta 3; Girls' Choir 4; Chorus 1,2; Music Listening 2,3,4; Prom Committee 3; Hi-Tri 1,2 MIKE LONG Never a dull moment. A Cappella Choir 4; Boys' Singing Club 2.3; Music Listening 4; Photography 1; Spanish 2,3 EUGENE LOWENSTEIN "Studies are the least of my worries." RICHARD LUBER — “Rich” Where’er he met a stranger, there he left a friend. Cafeteria Help 3,4; Aviation 1,2,3; Technicians 4 RONNIE MARTINI He seeks not to appear, but to become. Physical Science 2,3,4 JANICE MASON Wherever she goes, gay times follow. Chorus 1; F.H.A. 1,2; G.A.A. 3; Hi-Tri 1,2 BETTY MASSEY "Happy Talk.” Chorus 2,3; Cafeteria Help 4; Art Club 4; Music Listening 2,3; Spanish 1; Hi-Tri 1,2; Prom Committee 3 WILLIAM McCOLLUM — “Bill” "I have discovered today's greatest labor-saving device . . . tomorrow." Missouri Military Academy 1; Berkeley Sr. High 2; Music Listening 4 DAWN CHERIE McELHOE Redhead—'nuff said. Band 1; French Club 2,3; F.H.A. 1,2,3,4-Pres. 4. Vice Pres. 3. Sec. 1.2; G.A.A. 2,3,4; Prom Committee 3; Hi-Tri 1.2 Page 133Seniors CAROLYN McGAUGHEY Sunny hair: sunny disposition. Girls' Choir 3; Chorus 1.2,4; Latin Club 2; Music Listening 3,4; Hi-Tri 1.2 ELDA MAE MEIER Quiet in manner, but quite a manner. Library Club 3,4; Spanish 1.2; Hi-Tri 1.2 AL MERX Quite quiet—you miKht say. Cafeteria Help 2; Physical Science 1.2,3 JOYCE METCALFE "If a student is a self-starter, the teacher doesn't have to be a crank." Band 1,2.3.4-Sec. 4; G.A.A. 1.2.3.4; Library Club 3.4-Pres. 4; Spanish 1,2; Prom Committee 3; Hi-Tri 1,2 JAMES MICHEL "I'm not tall; It's Just that everyone Is so short.” Chorus 1; Cross Country 2; Basketball 1,2,3,4; Track 1,2; Football Manager 3; Letterman's Club 3.4; Technicians 1,2.3; Prom Committee 3 DENNIS MILLER Wonder what ole' EHS will be like without him. Worden High School 1; Music Listening 3,4 JANE MILLER "My shield against worry is laughter." A Cappella Choir 4; Operetta 4; Girls' Choir 3; Chorus 1.2; F.H.A. 1; F.N.A. 3; G.A.A. 1,2; Music Listening 3.4; Hi-Tri 1,2 MARY MILLER Deft fingers on piano or typewriter keys. Band 1.2.4; A Cappella Choir 2,3.4; Operetta 3.4; Tiger Ad Staff 4; French Club 2.3; F.T.A. 1.2; Math 3; Music Listening 4; Prom Committee 3; Hi-Tri 1,2 MARY MORAN Sweet smile and laughing eyes. Girls' Choir 2.3.4; Chorus 1; F.N.A. 3; G.A.A. 1.2.3.4; Latin Club 2; Math 3; Music Listening 4; Photography 1; Hi-Tri 1,2 DONELDIA MORRISON — “Dee” "I’m always in a dancing mood." Girls’ Choir 4; Chorus 1.2.3; F.N.A. 4; G.A.A. 1,2,3; Music Listening 3.4; Prom Committee 3; Hi-Tri 1,2 BOB NEKOLA Not a worry; not a care. Music Listening 3.4 RICKEY NEUHAUS "With a song in my heart." Girls' Choir 3.4; G.A.A. 1,2,3; Music Listening 3; Hi-Tri 1,2Kay Lee Funke and Joe Pulliam, seniors with the most pleasing personalities. SHARON NICHOLS Short and sweet. Girls’ Choir 3.4; Chorus 1,2; Latin Club 1; Library Club 2,3,4; Hi-Tri 1,2 RUTH NIEMIETZ Confidentially, ain't she sweet. Girls' Choir 3.4; Chorus 2; Art Club 2; Business Ed. 3-Treasurer; G.A.A. 1.2,3; Music Listening 4; Hi-Tri 1,2 PHIL NUERNBERGER ’’Better the short merry life than the boredom of old age.” Band 1.2; A Cappella Choir 2,3,4; Operetta 2,3; Chorus 1; Basketball 2; Baseball 1,2; Music Listening 3.4; Technicians 1 NELL NUNNALLY A smile for everybody. A Cappella Choir 3.4; Operetta 3; Girls’ Choir 2; Chorus 1; Dramatics Club Play Committee 3; Art Club 4; F.N.A. 3,4; G.A.A. 1,2,3.4; Photography 1; Hi-Tri 1.2; Dramatics Club 3.4; Latin Club 2 LARRY O'DELL Oh. what a quiet boy. or don't we know him? Football 2; Baseball 1 LEONARD PACE — “Butch” "Killing time is hard w’ork. too!” Football 1; Wrestling 2 JEANINE PASS As unpredictable as a hiccup. Band 1.2.3.4; A Cappella Choir 4; French Club 2,3; F.T.A. 1.2,3.4; G.A.A. 1,2,3,4; Prom Committee 3; Hi-Tri 1,2 SHARON PATTON A redhead with a wonderful disposition. Homecoming 1.4; Class Officer 4. Sec.; Girls' Choir 2.3-Sec.-Treas. 3; Chorus 1; Office Help 3.4; G.A.A. 1.2; Latin Club 1.2-Sec. 2; Music Listening 3.4-President 3; Prom Committee 3; Hi-Tri 1.2-Vice Pres. 1; Tiger Times 4 DON PEBBLES — “Pebs” A good sport In all sports. Football 1,2.3.4; Basketball 1,2; Track 1,2,3.4; Let-terman's Club 2,3,4; Junior Play 3 Page 135 Office secretary Arlene Gusewelle pins a Christmas corsage on senior office helper Judy Abert. KAREN PENELTON “Jo’.liness is my passport.” Chorus 1.2.3; G.A.A. 1.2.3.4; Music Listening 3.4: Spanish 2; Hi-Tri 1.2 LYNN PERRY “Use a good line when fishing for a pretty girl.” Baseball 1.2.3 ED PIQUARD •Athletics and girls occupy my time.” Football 1; Cross Country 1; Wrestling 2.3.4: Track 2.3,4; F.F.A. 1.2; Letterman's Club 1; Music Listening 1 LAVONNE PONETA She doesn’t have to pretend to be sweet- she is. Homecoming 1.4; Class Officer 2. Pres.: A Cappella Choir 2.3: Operetta 2.3: Chorus 1; Girls’ Sextet 4; Student Council 1.2.3.4; Art Club 4-Pres.: G.A.A. 1.2.3; Library Club 2; Dramatics Club 3.4: Hi-Tri 1.2-Pres. 1 SANDRA POPHAM — “Sandy” When you hear a laugh ring through the air. Just look behind you- Sandy’s there. Cafeteria Help 1.2.3: Art Club 2: Prom Committee 3; Junior Play Committee 3; Hl-Tri 1,2 CAROL PRUSA - “Prush” ’•Laughter Is my gloom-chaser.” Music Listening 3.4; Hi-Tri 1.2 JOE PULLIAM His pleasant personality is here today and here tomorrow. Homecoming 2,4; Class Officer 4. Pres.: Football 1.2.3.4: Basketball 1.2.4; Track 1.2.3; Math 2,3.4 MARY JO OUADE Sweetly feminine ways. Business Ed. 4. Vice Pres.; Latin Club 1,2; Music Listening 3; Hi-Tri 1.2 NEAL REISING “It is physically impossible to kneel while rising.” Cross Country 3; Wrestling 3.4; Track 4; F.F.A. 1.2.3.4-Sec. 3. Pres. 4 Page 136Seniors MURL REITER He will be hard to replace. Chorus 1; Cafeteria Help 3 4; Audio Visual Aids 4; Music Listening 1; Technicians 2.3 MIKE REYNOLDS A grin on his face, a laugh In his eye. a trick up his sleeve. Class Officer 1. Tre..s.; Band 3,4-Treas. 4; Student Council 4; Football 1; Wrestling 3; Track 1.2.3; Dramatics Piay Cast 3; Dramatics Club 3.4- Pres. 4; Physical Science 1; Technicians 1; Junior Play 3; Prom Committee 3; Senior Play Cast: Yearbook Ad Staff 4 MARCIA RICE She’ll do well In any place. A Cappella Choir 4; Girls' Choir 2,3; Chorus 1; G A.A. 2 3.4; Music Listening 3.4; Spanish 1; Hi-Tri 1.2 CAROL RICHARDSON “Be sincere, but never be too serious.” Band 1; Girls’ Choir 2.3.4; Chorus 1; Cafeteria Help 3.4; G.A.A. 1.2.3,4-Sec. 4; Latin C.ub 1.2; Music Listening 3.4; Junior Play Committee 3; Prom Committee 3; Hi-Tri 1.2 PAUL RILEY — “Rile” "Sorry, girls. I’m saving myself for the hall of fame." Student Council 1.2,3.4-Treat. 3. Pres. 4; Hand- book Committee 4. Editor; Football 1,2 3 4; Wrestling 2.3.4; Baseball 1.2.3.4; Tiger Times 4; Latin 1.2; Letterman’s Club 3.4; Prom Committee 3; Dramatics Club 4; Junior Play 3 DENNIS RINGERING — “The Dutchman” There is no better sight than a young optimist. A Cappella Choir 2.3.4; Operetta 3; Chorus 1; Music Listening 2.4; Photography 3; Technicians 1 DUANE ROBISON "Don’t put off 'til tomorrow what can be put off ’til day after tomorrow.” French Club 2,3 RICHARD ROGERS — “Dick” A natural with a trombone. Band 1,2,3.4; Cross Country 3; Track 1,2; Tennis 2; Prom Committee 3 EVA ROZYCKI Secure In the hearts of many friends. Chorus 1.2.3; Art Club 2; French Club 2; Music Listening 3,4; Hi-Tri 1.2 KAY RYAN "I say the world is lovely.” A Cappella Choir 2,3,4; Chorus 1; F.N.A. 3;F.T.A. 1; Music Listening 3.4; Latin Club 1; Junior Play-Prompter 3; Hi-Tri 1.2 LANA SANDERS The girl most likely to be liked. Office Help 4; F.H.A. 1; G.A.A. 3; Music Listening 3.4; Hi-Tri 1.2 DENNIS SCHAEFER "I shall laugh myself to death." Footbail Team Manager 3,4; Letterman’s Club 3,4 Tage 137Seniors JUDY SCHLEMER Friendliness is her trademark. Chorus 1,2.3; F.N.A. 3; G.A.A. 1.2.3; Library 3.4-Sec. 4; Music Listening 2; Prom Committee 3; Junior Play Committee 3; Hi-Tri 1,2 KENNETH SCHMIDT — “Kenny” "Give me someone to argue with. Tiger Staff 4; Audio-Visual Aids 1.2.3,4-Pres. 3.4; F.T.A. 1,2,3.4-Pres. 4; Math 4; Prom Committee GEORGE SCHRAMM Every mortal desires above all things to be unique. Chorus 2.3; 1.2,3; Wrestling 2.3; Track 1; Photography Technicians 2; Spanish 1 MIKE SEARLES "Take time to work—it is the price of success. Band 1,2; A Cappella Choir 3,4; Chorus 1,2; Double Quartet 4; Football 1; Track 4; Music Listening 1.2; Social Studies Club 4; Spanish 4 BOB SEDLACEK There’s mischief in this man’s eyes. Boys Chorus 1.2.3; Aviation 1; Boys’ Singing Club 1,2,3; French Club 2; Photography 1.2,3.4-Vice Pres. 2, Sec.-Treas. 4 KIM SICKBERT A guy everyone looks up to. Band 1; A Cappella Choir 4; Chorus 2,3; Football 1,2,3,4; Basketball 3; Track 2,3,4; Boys’ Singing Club 3; F.F.A. 2; Letterman's Club 4 ANN SIDO A kind heart by kind deeds is known. F.T.A. 1.2.3.4; Hi-Tri 1,2 SHARON SIEGR 1ST — “Sherry” Neat and sweet from head to feet. Class Officer 2. Sec.; Student Council 1; Tiger Staff 3.4; Office Help 2,3,4; G.A.A. 1,2; Hi-Trl 1 »2 DON SITTNER Long, lean, and likeable. BILLIE SMITH ’’When there’s nothing else to do. I study.” Reserve Band 2; French Club 2; F.N.A. 3.4; F.T.A. 1; G.A.A. 1,2,3.4; Music Listening 3,4; Biological Science 1; Hi-Tri 1.2 PAT SMITH As you sow friendliness, so shall you reap the reward of friends. A Cappella Choir 4; Girls’ Choir 2,3; Chorus 1; F.T.A. 1.2; G.A.A. 1; Prom Committee 3; Hi-Tri MARY ANN SMOLA The dictionary is the only place where success comes before w’ork. Chorus 1; Tiger Staff 4; Latin Club 2; Math 3.4; Hi-Tri 1,2 ♦Helpful senior, Sharon Patton, grades paper for an over burdened teacher. JONI SOUTHARD Something’s certain—she has that certain something. Civic Memorial High. Bethalto. Illinois 1,2.3; F.N.A. 4; G.A.A. 4; Music Listening 4 DALE SPECKMAN Lends his talents to many activities. Class Officer 1. Pres.; Band 1,2.3,4-Pres. 4; Student Council 3.4; Basketball 1.2.3.4; Baseball 1; Latin Club 2; Math 1.3.4-Pres. 4 WARREN STAHLHUT "Why worry? I’d rather be merry." Football 2.3.4; Wrestling 2,3,4; Track 2,3; F.F.A. 1,2.3.4-Treas. 4 JUDY STARNES Fun and laughter are her constant companions. Office Help 4; Art Club 2; F.N.A. 3,4; Music Listening 4; Spanish 1,3; Hi-Tri 1,2 DAVID SUHRE — “Dave” Always good-natured is he. A Cappella Choir 2.3.4; Operetta 2.3,4; Chorus 1; Music Listening 1.2,3,4 ROSEMARY SVOBODA — “Rosie” A little nonsense now and then is cherished by the best of men. Girls’ Choir 3; Chorus 1.2; Girls’ Sextet 4; Business Ed. 4-Treas. 4; Latin Club 1,2; Music Listening 3; Hi-Trl 1.2 PENNY THATCHER Broadway talent on the high-school stage. Band 2; A Cappella Choir 3.4; Operetta 3; Girls' Choir 2: Chorus 1; Cheerleader 2; French Club 2.3; F.T.A. 1,2,4; G.A.A. 1,2,3.4; Latin Club 1.2; Dramatics Club 4; Senior Play Cast; Hi-Tri 1.2 KAY THEBEAU "We know nothing of tomorrow; our business Is to be good and happy today." Spanish Club 1; Hi-Tri 1.2 SUSAN ANNE THORNTON — “Suzy” She’s what we like about the South. Roanoke. Virginia 1; Durham, North Carolina 2; Dramatics Club 3.4; Dramatics Club Play Committee 3.4; A Cappella Choir 3.4; Operetta 3; F.N.A. 3; Prom Committee 3; Senior Play Cast Page 139Nancy Langcndorf can’t pry her notebook out of her locker, but like a true senior, she keeps smiling. MARY RUTH TITCHENAL Nice to know. Girls' Choir 4; Chorus 1.2.3; Cafeteria Help 1,2; F.H.A. 2.3: F.N.A. 3; Hi-Tri 1.2 KAREN TROJAHN "Keen your worries to yourself, but share your happiness with others." Chorus 1.2; Office Help 4; Hi-Tri 1.2 DIANE UHE Full of spirit: full of fun. Girls' Choir 2.3.4; Chorus 1; Music Listening 1.3.4: Social Studies 3.4; Spanish Club 2; Hi-Tri 1.2 LARRY UNGER — “Urch” "If all drums were placed end to end. and left there, the lull would be terrible." Band 1.2.3,4: Cross Country 1.2; Track 2; Physical Science 1.2; Technicians 1.2.3.4-Vice Pres. 3.4; Prom Committee 3; Junior Play Committee 3 JANETTE UNTERBRINK Beauty strikes the sight, and charm wins the heart. Chorus 1; Art Club 2; F.H.A. 1; Music Listening 3.4; Hi-Tri 1.2 BUD VALLINO "Sports are said to Interfere with studies, but actually studies Interfere with sports." Homecoming 3.4; Student Council 2.3; Football 1.2.3.4; Basketball 1.2.3,4: Baseball 1.2.3.4; Letterman's Club 3.4; Music Listening 3.4 CHARLES VAN WINKLE Firm in his convictions. Band 1.2.3; Football 1; Biological Science 2; Physical Science 1,3,4 MIKE VEITH A man's real possession is his wit. 1 2.3.4; Biological Science 2: Physical Science JANET VIETH A girl to be remembered. Chorus 1.2; Hi-Tri 1.2 Page 140Seniors ALAN WALLACE He uses his head for something besides keeping his ears apart. Class Officer 3, Treat.; Tennis 1,2,3.4; Football Team Manager 1,2; Audio-Visual Aids 1; Let-terman's Club 3,4; Photography 1; Physical Science 2,3,4-Sec. 3 JANET WATSEK — “Jan” True to her word, her work and her friends. Girls’ Choir 4; Chorus 2.3; Cafeteria Help 2,4; F.N.A. 3.4; G.A.A. 3,4; Library Club 3; Music Listening 2.4; Hi-Tri 1.2 CURTIS WEBB "My Idea of an agreeable person is a person who agrees with me." A Cappella Choir 3.4; Operetta 3; Chorus 1,2; Cafeteria Help 3; French Club 2; Music Listening 1; Spanish 4 DIANE WEBB — “Di” "Como on. kids; let’s yell!" Band 1,2.3; Student Council 3.4; Cheerleader 3,4; French Club 4-Pres.; G.A.A. 1.2.3.4; Music Listening 4; Spanish 1,2.3-Vice Pres. 2, Pres. 3; Junior Play 3; Prom Committee 3; Hi-Trl 1,2-Sec.-Treas. DENNIS WEHLING "I like bright colors for cars—orange for Instance." Chorus 1.2; Football 2,3,4; Track 2.3,4; Math 1.2.3 RALPH WEILER "There are days when I don't feel like studying —Monday through Sunday inclusive.” Baseball 1,2; Track 3; Music Listening 3,4 JUDY WERNER She has what it takes to get along, going through life with a smile and a song. A Cappella Choir 3,4; Girls Choir 2; Chorus 1; Photography 3; Spanish 2; Hi-Tri 1,2 JANE WIEDEY — “Wedi” Singing is not very difficult when you don’t know how. But when you know how it’s a different matter. A Cappella Choir 2,3.4; Chorus 1; Dramatics Club Play Committee 4; Art Club 4; F.N.A. 3; G.A.A. 1,2; Math 3; Hi-Tri 1,2; Operetta 3; Junior Play Committee 3 LANNY WILDMAN "It is so easy to be good-natured. I wonder why anybody takes the trouble to be anything else." Football 2.3.4; Track 2.3; Dramatics Club Play Cast 3; Dramatics Club Play Committee 3; Art Club 4; Spanish 2; Dramatics Club 3.4-Sec. 4; Prom Committee 3 JOHN WILLIAMS The guy with the casual manner. Football 1; Cafeteria Help 2,3; F.F.A. 1,2.3.4 ED WITSCHI E "Worry about tomorrow, tomorrow." Basketball 2; Baseball 1.2 JO ANN WOPAT — “Jo” Good-naturedness Is her policy. Girls’ Choir 3; Chorus 1.2; G.A.A. 1; Latin Club 1; Prom Committee 3; Hi-Tri 1.2; Junior Play Prompter 3 Page 141Seniors BOB WYDRA Bashful? Are you kiddin'? Track 2; Music Listening 3.4 JOHN WYNNE — “Jack” "Some people may be a loss, but I’m a Wynne.' Football 1.2.3.4; Basketball 1; Baseball 1; Track 2.3; Letterm.ln’s Club 4; Math 3.4 RONALD YEHLING A likeable guy. allergic to school and worry. BOB YOUNG "Why row when you can drift?" Band 1.2.3.4; Football 1; Track 1; Prom Committee 3 JOHN YOUNG "I do nothing . . . then I rest." Greenville High 1; Chorus 1.2; Basketball 1; Track 1; Tennis 1; Technicians 2.3.4 MIKE ZEISSET Tho’ shy—nice guy. Band 1.2; Football 2; F.F.A. 1.2.3.4 Kenneth Weiler, who would have graduated with the class of 1960, is greatly missed by his fellow students. Page 142Abert, Larry Adams. Susie Albl, Bill Alexander. Elaine Anderson, Joan Ashauer. Bob Juniors CLASS OFFICERS Mark Horstman, President Linda Marks, Secretary Betty Stein, Treasurer Joan Anderson, Vice President Bade, Don Bailey, Mary Baird, Sally Bangert. Carol Barnes. Barbara Bartels, Faye Bartels. Judy Batson. Georgiann Bauer. Dave Page 144 Baumann, Charles Bazaillion, Lester Beaman. Barry Beckmann. Janet Becker, Joan Bender, Fred Bess, Carole Betts. Lillie Betts. Mnrion Beutel. Virginia Blase. Joyce Blixen. Kathy Boccaleoni. Kathy Boda, Charles Boehm, Dennis Bohnenstiehl, Dave Boner, John Bonser, Anita Boren, Nancy Bradford. Pearl Bradley, George Brakhane. Leroy Bratten. Jim Brethorst, Carol Brooks, Gaylord Brown. Jim Brown. Larry Brueggeman, Ray Buchta, Neil Bultmann, Lee Bunte, Connie Burgdorf. Sandi Burnett, Shirley Burton. Don Busch. Darrell Calvert, Rae Carnaghi, Jim Carter, Tona Catalano. Dorothy Caulk, Donna Caulk. Marlene Cerny, Pat Cherry, Jack Cherry, Jill Clayton, John Collins. Jeff Connors. Ken Cooper, Barbara Cornwell, Carole Cralley, Joyce Dalhaus, Richard Davis, Mary Dean, Jim Dickey, Margie Dodds, Barbara Donald. JohnDrda, Leonard Dresch, Pat Eberhart, Joanne Erb, Lola Eson, Tom Feaman, Sharon Juniors Linda Marks sells Tiger pennants to Bob Ashauer and Margie Merkel. Feldman, Janet Feldman, Sharon File. David Fink, Ed Fish, Gerald Fitch, Jim Fitzpatrick. Pat Flannery, Ronnie Flauflher, Larry Page 146 Fleming, Lee Foster. Nancy Frisse, Carol Fry, Wanda Gagliardo, Jerry Gallagher. Sharen Garde. Mary Elizabeth Garde. Mary Lou Garde. Patrick Gerber. Mary Goebel. Charles Grazier, Ed Grebel. Mary Lee Guthrie, Jane Hamill, Ed Hammond. Randall Hanks. Jim Hansen, James Harris. Diane Harris, Robert Hartley, Dennis Hartley, Terry Hartzel, Billy Hayes. Carroll Hazzard, JoAnn Hellinger. Charles Hendricks, Sharon Henke, Delores Hofeditz, Barbara Holliday, Dannielle Holshouser. Jerry Horstman. Mark Howes, Ronnie Hoxsie, Bill Hughes, Barbara Hunter, Beth Hurst. Jan Isselhardt, Benny Isselhardt, Leone Jackson. George Jackson, James Jegel, Diane Johnson. Mary Jumper, Margie Kassing. Charlotte Keith. Billy Keller, Judy Kinder. Mickey Koch, RuthLane, Pat Lange, Nancy Leichsenring, Lloyd Lentz, Leroy Leonard, Lee Levi, Mike Lewis, Jean Lewis. Jim Long. Jim Juniors Barbara Dodds, Susie VVeh-meyer, and Nancy Weis-haupt are busy studing for semester exams. Mateyka, Mickey McAdams, John McClellan. Arley McGhee. Rosie McMurray. Joyce Meek, Ruth Menonl, Leonard Merkel, Jerry Merkel, Margie Michel, Shirley Miller, Joe Miller, Paul Mills. Claire Mory, Paul Moelhenry, Dianna Moore, Janet Moore. Terry Mount, Nancy Mulach, John Musso, Jo Ann Myers. Beth Nash, Van Neathammer, Diane Newton, Tim Nichols. Sheila Niemietz. Sharon Nischwitz, Karen Noll, Carolyn O'Dell, Jo Ann Oglesby. Beverly O'Neil, Peggy Ostendorf, Judy Overby, Carol Overby, Linda Ozier, Dennis Lott. Luther Lucas. Jim Luster, Rick Lyon, Tom Madison, Delbert Mainer, Mike Mallory, Myrna Marks. Linda Martin, Sandra Page 148 Page, Sally Pape, Barbara Pape, Robert Paur. Terry Pebbles. Barbara Penelton, Carrie Penelton. Tony Phillips. Jerry Piarulli, Myrah Poos. David Powell, Ray Prater, Dale Probst, Gail Pulliam, Jane Quade, Judy Ralston, Eugene Rasplica. Diane Rea, Kenneth Rezabek, Regina Ringering, Janice Rojak, Mary Rothe. Tim Ruppel. Kathleen Rushing, Sharon Russell. Dee Russell, Jeanne St. John. John Sandifer, Pat Sannes. Nancy Satterlee. Susan Juniors Sheila Nichols receives her T.B. shot. Schaake. Darrell Scheibal, Kathy Schelbal. Peggy Schlueter, Ray Schmidt. Burl Schmidt. Kenny Page 150 Schrage, Carol Schramm. Doris Schrodt. Jenny Schuessler. Larry Schwab. Gordon Schwear. Donna Sedlacek. Jerry Shindel, Bruce Shirley. Linda Sickbert. Ray Singleton. Wayne Sisson, Don Skief, Sam Slavik, Suzanne Smith. Jim Sones. Richard Spitze, Ruth Ann Stalhut, Karen Steede. Nancy Steelman. Nancy Stein, Betty Steinmeyer, Robert Stephenson, Patricia Stevens, Ronnie Stoces, Bill Stoces. Virginia Stunkel, Roger Suess, Alvin Taber, Clint Taylor, Nancy Thomas, Tom Thompson. Richard Traband, Donna Trebing, Joan Trebing. Sandra Turner. Jackie Turner. Nancy Unterbrink. Ronald Vadalabene, Pat Vernon, Paul Vieth, Gerald Wadlow, Karen Waugh, Bobby Weber, Elaine Weckman, Judy Wehmeyer, Susie Weiler, Bob Weishaupt, Nancy Wells, Bob Wells. Neil Wells. Tom Williams. David Wilson, Charlotte Wise. Robert Wisnasky, Joseph Wood. Bill Woods. Jim Young, Mervin Young, NelsonSophomores Gary Schumacher, Vice President; Barbara Brock meier, Secretary; Carol Knibb, Treasurer; Bob Rinkel, President Alberter. Dianne Alexander. Sue Allen, Barbara Ambuehl. Terry Aubrecht, Ronald Bailey. Lalton Bardelmeier, Karen Barth. Larry Barton. TomBitson. Chuck Bayer, Jack Beimfohr, Kathleen Benjey, Terrance Bennette, Sherry Bernhardt. Virginia Blackburn. Conrad Blackmore, Kit Blake, Sandra Blase. Gerald Blixen, Tom Boccaleoni. Dave Boda. Darlene Bolin. Mary Bradshaw. Joe Brase. Bill Brave, Phil Bast, Janet Bast, Thomas Brockmeier, Barbara Brockmeier, Kenneth Brown. Becky Brown, Les Buckingham. Karen Buckley. Clara Buhr, David Burgess. Jim Burnham, George Burnham. Robert Burrus. Ann Butcher. Carol Carter, Mary Calvert, Ben Oarnaghi, Bonnie Carpenter, Hattie Carter, Bob Catalano. Bill Chalcraft, Gregg Chester. Sue Childres. Mike Clark. John Clayton, Marla Cochran, David Coffman. Donna Correll. Dave Crabtree. Norma Crabtree. Richard Crane, Joe Cunningham. Bob Dain, Nancy David, Kathryn Dean. Helen DeConcini, Kent Douglas. Tim Dustman, Sue Elledge. NolaSophomores Conrad Blackburn watches the “birdie” while having his picture taken for the yearbook.Fruth, Linda Fry, Delores Green, Walter Gehner, Bob Gieseking, Sharon Gollnveaux, Sara Golinveaux, Susan Grebel. Sue Grinstead, Bob Guller. Barbara Gusewelle. Dennis Gusewelle, Rich Hafner, Jim Hale, Larry Handshy, Gene Hans. Pat Hanvey, Wayne Harris. Gene Harrison. Gene Hazelhorst, Bill Hellinger, Peg Hellrung, Becky Helm. David Helmich. Russell Helmkamp, Lyndel Helmkamp, Robert Henke. Karen Henry. Karen Henry, Paulette Henry, Sharon Hesdra, Tom Hodapp, Rita Horsburgh, Pat Hillis. Sandra Hlavsa. Bob Holmes. Carol Hoppe. Bill Hotz, Janey Housen, Rich Hutcherson, Stephen Hydron, Linda Jackson, Jackie Jenkins, Roy Jennings. Gary Jobe, Lana Johnson, Edith Jurgena, Naomi Kayser, Sandra Kerkemeyer, Ray Kessinger, Janet Kessman. Don Ketterlin. Bob Key. Sharon Klueter, Ellen Knibb. Carol Koch. LoisSophomores Gary Schumacher lectures on the habits of the “jumping frog” to fellow scientists Bill Brase and Karen Buckingham. Koen. Joel Koenig, Ralph Kretschmer. Bob Kriege. Susan Kroeger, Tom Kubicek, Oennie Kulp, Kitty Kurmann, Karen Lambert, Dave Page 156 Lambert. Marva Lamkin. Nancy Landers. Larry Lange, Arlyn Lawrence, Harry Legate, Barth Leopold. Allen Leu, Karla Lexow. Dot Linkeman, Donna Little. Ann Little, Chuck Long. Roger Lovsey, Tom Luber, Pat Lueders. Bill Lueders, Jim Lynn, Terry Madison. Larry Malone, Ronnie Mareing, Jim Martin, Kent Martin. Lucille McCalla. Jerry McDonough. Dick McGhee. Linda McNeilly. Dennis Meyer, Lucinda Meyer. Vernon Miller, Glen Minner, Jo Moehle. Kenneth Morris. Tom Mottar, John Neidhardt. Karen Nicholson, Teresa Nothdurft, Bob Novak, Dave Owens, Blanche Owens, James Pacey. Duane Paproth. Mary Parker, John Perry. Lawrence Pierce. Sandy Pilger, Bill Prott. Jerry Pyle, Betty Ralston, Joyce Ranek. Mickey Raulston. James Reid, Bruce Reiter, Barbara Reynolds. Theodora Rhodes, Irene Rice, Paul Sophomores SHU«AN';' r . w • Barbara Brockmeier prepares to take her science project to state. I Richards. Tom Ringering. Nancy Rinkel. Bob Robien. Mary Rood. Fred Rose. Betty Rose. Gordon Sandrin. Marvin Schipkowski, Nancy Schmid. Donald Schmid. JerrySchmidt, Dan Schneider, Alana Schrage, Duane Schuessler, Janice Schultz. Ruth Schumacher, Gary Schwartzkopf. Dave Schwarz, Judy Scott, Bonnie Shaw. Carolyn Sherfy, Byron Simmon . Richard Sisson, Charles Sterner, Rudy Small, Richard Snyder, George Solter, Ruth Spengel, Mary Ann Stahlhut. Janet Stahlhut, Roy Steelman. Linda Stoces. Mary Struckhoff, Linda Thompson. Donald Thompson, Janice Tormohlen. Phyllis Towsend, Henrileen Transue, Lee Treat, Carol Treat, Russell Trojahn, Mike Van Huss, Pat Varble. Ed Vaughn, Otis Vieth, Richard Wahl. Ken Wallace. LaVerne Washington, Edward Weeks. Sue Weeks. Walter Werner, Dave West. James West, Judy West. Robert Westbrook, Harold Wetzel, Carl Wheelock, Georgie Wiemers, Ed Wilharm, Jane Woll, David Wood. Ben Yates. Bud Yehling. Rae Young. Jim Zeisset. Richard Zoeller, LyndaCLASS OFFICERS: Treasurer, Denny Caulk; Secretary, Carol Loebach; . . . . . . President, Kent Wildman Vice President, George Vernon Freshmen Agles, Bob Albl. Mary Lynn Anderson. Floyd Ashauer. Gloria Ashauer. Mary Jo Aton, Rex Baird, Kathy Barr, Carol Bartels. Janet Batson, Jim Beckmann. Virginia Bender. June Berleman. Errol Bess. Judi Bettman, John Bickell, Brenda Boda, Mary Bode, Dale Boland. Barbara Bollman, Homer Bond, Sharon Bothman. Shirley Boyd. Betty Braddy, James Brase. Leroy Buchta, Roger Buhrman. Ellen Burgess. Dennis Page 16UFreshmen Burgett. Geraldine Burian, Ronnie Carpenter, Clifton Cassens, Kenny Cates, Roger Caulk. Denny Caulk. William Cerny, Rita Cerny, William Champion, Dave Chlibec, Ron Clarkin, Mike Clever.ger, Janice Considine. Carolyn Cooper. Phyllis Cottrell. Roger Coyle. Al Crane. Mike Culbertson. Sharon Cwan, John Deist, Carmen Detienne. Tom Dettmer, Janet Dinwiddie. Arlene Drda, Nancy Dresch, B II Droege. Sue Dutton, John Easley. Joe Eilers, Nancy Engelke, Sharon Erb, Dennis Erb, Jim Etzkorn. Leilana Farmer, John Page 161 mmmmCandy Ladd consults Miss Gewe while fellow Latin students look on. Freshman George Vernon buys a basketball ticket from Audrey Bell. Farrington. Dale Feldman. John Felton, Charles Fiegenbaum, Carolyn Fields, Donna Fife, Tom Finney, Pam Flynn. Joe Foster, Gloria Franke, Carolyn Franke, Ruth Ann Fulton, Ann Gallagher. Mike Garwood, Ken Gengler, Barbara Gibbs, Don Going. George Gould. Sharon Gremer. Barbara Gunther. Dianne Gusewelle. Carol Gusewelle, Richard Gusewelle, Ronald Hale, Barbara Hall, Preston Hamby, Kenneth Harris, Judy Hartley, VickiFreshmen Hartzel. Jack Housman, Bill Head. Jnnett Heald. Sheri Helm. Richard Henderson, Wayne Henke. Floyd Henke, Judy Henry. Jim Henry, Mary Jo Heuer, Kenny Hofeditz, Brad Holder, Terry Holtman, Dennis Hoover, Thomas Horton, Wayne Hubbard. Pat Huck, David Hyten. Kay Isenberg, Maxine Isselhardt. Carol Jackson, Marcella Jason, Thalia Jegel, Stephen Jenkins, Frances Jenne, Glenn Jennings, Clinton Jones, Patricia Ann Kappler, Bob Kellenberger. Ronnie Keller, Terry Kesl, Karen Kessinger, Donna Kibikas, Pat Klaas, Ronnie Page 163 —Barbara Ligon, Sheri Heald, and Donna Yates converse in a friendly, freshmanlike manner. Janett Head and Bernadine Svoboda find that the library is a good place in which to get things done. Koch, Rog Kotva. Gary Krieger, Kay Kuethe. Carolyn Ladd. Candy Landreth. Andi Levi, Gary Lienemann. Jane Ligon. Barbara Loebach. Carol Magruder. Dan Mangers. Galen Marti. Dick Martin. Eldon Martin. Nancy Mason. Karl Maynard. Patty McKee. Kathy McLean, Susie Meister, Melody Menoni, Connie Merkel. Joel Metzger, Wayne Meyer, Larry Meyer, Melody Meyer, Terry Mihalic, Steve Miller, Janice Page 164Freshmen Miller, Sharon Moody, Glenn Mory, Judy Munton, Shirley Nelson, Bob Nothdurft, Jack Nuernberger, Steve Nunnally, Carolyn O'Connor, Ricky O'Dell, Kay O’Hare, Michael Pape, Darrell Pape, Sharon Paproth, Bob Parker, Patricia Peck, Wayne Perry, Barbara Pike, Kay Poneta, Pat Powell, Sandra Prater, David Pratt, Vickie Primas, Lonny Prior, Darrell Pulliam, Bob Reiter, Kathleen Robinson, Rick Rohrkaste, Bob Ruehrup, Judy Ruhl, Jennifer Scarborough, Toby Schaake, Larry Schaake, Myron Schaefer, Carolyn Schaefer, Linda Page 165Mike Gallagher tends the record player during the lunch hours. Brad Hofeditz and John Trent approach “Old Faceful.” Schmidt. Paul Schmidt. Ronnie Schmidt. Sandy Schwarz. Carol Schwear, Jacqueline Seibert. Sharon Shimunek. Tony Shindel. Katherine Sido, Mary Sisson, Mary Slemer. Richard Snyder. Earl Snyder. James Stack. James Stahlhut, Karen Ann Stegall, Joyce Steinmeyer, Mary Stephenson, Mary Stepson, James Stevens. Sharon StiHe. Judith Stolcis. Roman Stolze. Jean Strader, Carol Strange, Annedilh Stubbs. Skip Sumner, Lanny Svoboda, Bernadine V Page 166Freshmen Svoboda, Don Teague. Roland Thatcher, Jay Tomlinson, Ann Traband, Sharen Trent. John Turner, Barbara Turner, Shirley Unger, Nadine Vanek, Kenneth Vernon, George Vest, Alan Vieth. Darlene Volentine. Walter Wahl. Mick Watson, Margie Weber. Kathy Wehling. Mina Lou Wehmeyer, Carole Weishaupt, Don Werner, Jim Westbrook, Joyce Whatley, Karen Wiechman, Mary Wieduwilt. Kay Wiese. Kenneth Wilcox, Bob Wildman. Kent Wilkening, Alvin Yates. Donna Young, Rosemary Ziegler, Carol Zimmer, Dave Zimmerman, Bonnie Zwick, Bob Page 167INDEX TO STUDENTS Name, Year, and Page Numbers Abert. Judy, 4— 119, 120, Ballard, Kathie. 4—73. 87. Boner. Rose Marie. 4—67. 136 96. 120 71, 86. 87. 122 Abert, Larry, 3—144 Dangert, Carol. 3—102. 144 Bonser. Anita. 3—35, 67. Adams, Susie. 3—19, 87, Bangert, Richard. 4—121 89. 145 102. 144 Baptist, Nancy. 4—50. 63. Bonser, Jim, 4—24, 29, 70, Agles. Bob. 1—27. 44, 57. l8. 70. 82. 83, 85. 101. 83. 84, 87. 106. 122 160 121 Boren. Nancy. 3—145 Agles. Chuck. 4—55, r-' 00 Bardelmeier. Karen. 2—152 Boren. Wayne. 2— Not 120 Barnes. Barbara, 3—85. 101, Pictured Alberter, Dianne, 2—23.46. 144 Bothman, Shirley. 1—78, 97. 69. 89. 104, 152 Barr. Carol, 1—108. 160 160 Alberter, Elaine. 4—19, 23. Bartels. Faye. 3—89. 144 Boyd. Betty. 1—160 50. 82. 85. 101. 104. 120. Bartels. Janet. 1—95. 160 Boyd. Don. 4—122 127 Bartels. Judy. 3—95. 144 Boyle. Jim. 4—68. 69. 80. Albl. Bill. 3—144 Barte s. Wilbert. 4—94. 121 92. 93. 107. 122. 131 Albl. M.«ry Lynn. 1—160 Barth. Larry. 2—152 Braddy, Dwaine. 4—90. 102. Alexander. Elaine. 3—87, Barton, Tom. 2—40. 89. 94. 122 101. 102. 144 152 Braddy, James, 1—64. 87. Alexander. Sue. 2—69. 92. Bast. Janet. 2—153 89. 90. 160 102. 106. 152 Bast. Thomas, 2—89. 153 Bradford. Pearl. 3—145 Alexander. Wilbert, 1—24. 29. 44. 120 Allen, Barbara, 2—87. 152 Ambuehl. Terry. 2—152 Anderson, Floyd. 1—160 Anderson, Joan. 3—6. 78. 97. 119. 144 Andrews. Shelby. 4—120 Ashauer. Bob. 3—57. 84, 91. 144. 146 Ashauer. G oria. 1—160 Ashauer. Mary Jo. 1—97, 160 Aton. Rex. 1—87. 107. 160 Aubrecht, Ronald. 2—27, 49. 55. 106. 152 Augur, Bill. 4—50. 84. 93. 120 Bach. Shirley. 4—73. 87. 119, 120 Bade. Don. 3—94. 144 Bailey, Laiton. 2—32. 33, 38. 40, 152 Bally, Marry, 3—144 Baird. Kathy. 1—97. 100, 160 Baird. Nancy. 4—49. 80. 86. 102, 120 Baird, Sally. 3—8. 91. 104, 144 Baird. Tom. 4—69. 92. 93, 120 Joni Southard and Don Holshouser display their theatrical talents in an enlightening and sophisticated drama presented by their speech class. Batson. Chuck. 2—152 Batson, Georgiann, 3—95, 144 Batson, Jim, 1—1€0 Bauer, Dave. 3—144 Bradley. George. 3—83. 90, 97. 145 Bradshaw. Joe. 2—44, 57, 152 Brakhane. Leroy. 3—102, Baumann. Charles. 3—35. 145 46. 50. 85. 102. 107. 145 Brase. bi:i, 2- -44. 94. 108. Bayer, Jack. 2—27. 57. 153 153 Bazaillion, Lester. 3—145 Brase. Leroy. 1 — 108. 160 Beall. Betty. 4—11. 67, 87, Brase. Lloyd. 4—44. 94. 92. 96, 121 122 Beaman, Barry. 3—25. 145 Brase. Richard. 4—94. 122 Becker. Joan. 3—87. 96. 145 Bratten . Jim, 3—98. 145 Beckmann. Janet. 3—95. 96. Brave. Phil. 2- -92. 153 101. 145 Beckmann, Pauletta, 4—95, 96. 101. 121 Beckmann, Virginia. 1—95. 160 Begeman, Barbara. 4—95. 121 Beimfohr. Kath'een. 2—104. 153 Bell. Audrey. 4—70. 78. 96. 101. 121 Bender. Fred. 3—145 Bender. June. 1—95. 160 Benjey, Terrance, 2—153 Bennette. Sherry 2—153 Berleman, Errol. 1—43. 54, 55. 160 Bernhardt. Virginia, 2—153 Bertram. Pat. 4—66, 71. 91, 121, 123 Bess. Carole, 3—35. 87, 101, 104, 145 Bess. Judi, 1—160 Bettman, John, 1—107. 160 Betts. Lillie. 3—95. 104. 145 Betts. Marion. 3—25. 57, 84, 145 Betts. Ronald. 4 — Not Pictured Beutel, Virginia, 3—89. 145 Bickell. Brenda, 1—160 Bivens. Janice, 4—70. 83, 90. 97. 121 Blackburn. Conrad. 2—27. 44. 57. 153. 154 Blackmon, Bill. 4—44. 121 Blackmore. Kit, 2—50. 64, 69. 78. 87. 93. 102. 152 Blake. Sandra. 2—92. 104. 107 Blase. Ger.-.ld. 2—153 Blase. Janet, 4—97, 101. 121. 124 Blase. Joyce, 3—101, 145 Blixen, Kathy. 3—35. 50. 85. 145 Blixen, Tom. 2—90. 91, 153 Blumenthal, Mary Ann. 4— 49, 63. 68. 71. 80. 91. 121 Boccaleoni, Dave. 2—153 Boccaleoni, Kathy, 3—95, 106.145 Boccaleoni, Rose Ann, 4— 61, 69. 91. 101, 104. 122 Boda, Charles, 3—145 Boda, Darlene. 2—153 Boda. Mary, 1—87, 160 Bode. Dale. 1—50. 107. 160 Boehm, Dennis, 3—145 Bohnenstiehl. Dave, 3—145 Boland. Barbara. 1—89. 160 Bolfn. Joe. 4—52. 53. 84, 89. 122 Bolin, Mary, 2—96. 153 Bollman. Homer, 1—160 Bond. Sharon, 1—97, 160 Boner, John, 3—102. 145 Brethorst. Carol. 3—91, 14c Brethorst. Roper. 4—90. 122 Brockmeier. Barbara, 2 — 44. 69. 78. 89. 104. 152. 153. 158 Brockmeier, Kenneth. 2—40. 94. 153 Brooks. Gaylord. 3—89. 145 Brown. Becky. 2—107, 152 Brown. Cynthia, 4—87. 101. 122 Brown. Jim. 3—145 Brown, Larry. 3—89, 102. 107. 145 Brown. Les. 2—153 Brown. Roland. 4—Not Pictured Brueggeman. Ray, 3—89, 107. 145 Bruene. Jo Ann. 4—122 Buch. Mary Lou. 4—87, 123 Buchta. Neil, 3—44. 145 Buchta. Roger, 1—44. 89, 108. 160 Buckingham. Karen, 2—89. 153. 156 Buckley. Clara. 2—97, 104. 153 Buckley, Sue. 4—92, 97, 101, 102, 106. 123 Buhr, David. 2—153 Buhrman, Ellen, 1—160 Bultmann, Lee. 3—44, 145 Bunte, Connie. 3—89, 102, 145 Burgdorf. Sandi, 3—106. 145 Burgess, Dennis. 1—160 Burgess, Jim, 2—153 Burgett, Geraldine. 1—161 Burian, Ronnie, 1 —161 Burnett, Shirley, 3—78, 89, 104. 145 Burnham. George. 2—32, 33, 40, 56. 5 , 153 Suzanne Slavik and Barbara Dodds play for the Music Listening Club. Carnaghi. Bonnie. 2—87. 153 Carnaghi. Jim, 3—87. 102. 145, 149 Carpenter, Anna Marie. 4— 91, 123 Carpenter. Clifton. 1—161 Carpenter. Hattie, 2—87, 104. 153 Carpenter, Marnette. 4 — 95. 101. 124 Carter, Bob. 2—44. 152 Carter. Mary. 2—95. 153 Carter. Tona. 3—35. 37. 87, 101, 145 Casna, Rich, 4—87, 124 Cassens, Kenny, 1—32. 33. 57. 84. 161 Cassens. Rich. 4—24. 46. 57. 58, 84. 124 Catalano. Bill. 2—153 Catalano. Dorothy. 3—87. 145 Cates. Roger, 1—27, 43. 55. 161 Caulk. Denny, 1—38. 41, 43. 67. 78. 84, 160. 161 Caulk, Donna, 3—87, 96. 104. 145 Caulk, Marlene. 3—101. 102, 145 Caulk. William. 1—54, 55. 161 Cerny, Pat. 3—87, 145 Cerny, Rita, 1—161 Cerny, William, 1—55, 56, 161 Chalcraft, Gregg, 2—55, 153 Chalcraft. Nancy, 4—87, 104. 124 Champion. Dave. 1—27. 91. 161 Chandler, Claudette. 4—102. 124 Cherry. Jack. 3—23. 52. 69. 92. 93, 102, 107. 145 Cherry. Jill. 3—23, 37. 87. 102. 106. 145 Chester. Sue, 2—153 Childres. Mike. 2—153 Chlibec. Ron, 1—161 Clark, John. 2—153 Burnham, Joyce. 4—9, 30. Clarkln, Mike. 1—57. 161 69, 78. 92, 123 Clayton, John. 3—145 Burnham. Robert. 2—68, 69. Clayton. Karen, 4—124 92. 152 Clayton. Marla. 2—95. 153 Burroughs, Barbara, 4—22. Clevenger . Janice. 1— 161 36. 37, 49. 81, 86. 92. Cochran, David. 2—32. 89. 102, 123, 143 152 Burrus, Ann. 2—23, 97. 153 Cochran, Dick. 4—32. 33, Burrus, Dean, 4—22, 24. 28. 44. 63, 68. 70. 84, 124 33. 123 Coffman, Donna, 2—46, 69, Burrus. Paul, 4—19, 22. 32. 87. 102. 153 38. ( 7. 84. 85. 123 Burton, Don, 3—107, 145 Busch, Darrell. 3—44. 94. 145 Bush. Martha, 4—Not Pictured Butcher, Carol. 2—87. 153 Butcher, John, 4—123 Calvert. Ben. 2—153 Calvert. Kaye. 4—123 Calvert, Rae. 3—96, 145 124 Colligan. Ed. 4—124 Collins. Jeff, 3—69. 92. 106. 145 Conard, Scott. 4—67. 92. 125 Connors. Ken, 3—38. 39, 145 Considine. Carolyn, 1—161 Cook. Frank Anthony, 4— 125 Cooper, Barbara. 3—119, 145 Page 168Cooper, Fred, 4 —Not Pictured Cooper, Phyllis. 1—95 Corl, Ray. 4—89. 125 Cornwell, Carole. 3—8' 145 Correll, Dave. 2—68. 89. 102. 107, 153 Correll. Herb. 4—58. 102. 107, 125 Cottrell. Roger, 1—161 Cover. Mike. 4—125 Coy. Judy. 4—Not Pictured Coyle, Al. 1—14. 161 Crabtree. Doris, 4—95. 119, 125 Crabtree. Norma, 2—153 Crabtree. Richard. 2—32. 40, 57, 153 David Hanser carefully adjusts the complicated apparatus of his science project. Craft. William E., 4—125 Cralley, Joyce, 3—106,145 Crane. Joe, 2—153 Crane. Mike, 1—27. 43. 161 Crook. Theresa, 4—87, 96, 125 Culbertson, Sharon, 1—161 Cunningham, Bob. 2—153 Cwan, John, 1—161, 169 Daech. Ken. 4—125 Dain. Nancy, 2—87. 96, 108, 152 Dale. MaWlou, 4—87, 125 Dalhaus, Richard. 3—145 David. Kathryn. 2—95, 153 Davis. Mary. 3—89. 145 Dawson. Emma. 4—87, 125 Dean. Helen, 2—90, 95. 153 Dean, Jim. 3—44, 69, 89, 92, 145 De Concini, Bob, 4—25, 125 De Concini, Kent, 2—153, 157 Deist. Carmen, 1—96, 161 Delehanty, Bill. 4—126 De Sherlia, Nancy, 4—126 Detienne, Tom. 1—161 Dettmer, Diana. 4—126 Dettmer, Janet. 1—161 Dickey, Margie, 3—87. 101. 145 Dinwiddie. Arlene. 1—95, 161 Dodds, Barbara, 3—49, 80. 85, 92. 102. 106, 107, 145. 148, 168 Dohle. Henry, 4—126 Donald. John. 3—44. 145 Douolas, Tim, 2—27, 44. 153 INDEX TO STUDENTS Name, Year, and Page Numbers Drda, Leonard. 3—23, 31, 161 Drda, Nancy, 1—91, 161 Dresch. Bill, 1—161 97, Dresch, Jerry. 4—126 Dresch, Pat, 3—92. 86. 146 Droege. Sue. 1—78. 97. Dunlap, 126 Tom, 4—25. 84. 127 Gagliardo, Dustman, Sue. 2—96, 153 Gallagher. Dutton, John. 1—89. 98. 161 Gallagher. Dutton. Joyce. 4—70, 82. 102. 147 83. 91, 104, 126 Eads, Larry. 4—126 Easley, Joe, 1—161 Eberhart, Joanne. 3—85, 96. 101. 104. 146 Eilers. Nancy. 1—161 Elledge. Nola. 2—87, 153 Emmons. Ronald, 4—126 Engelke, Janet, 2—154 Engelke. Sharon, 1—161 Epperson. Roger, 4—25. 126 Erb. Dennis. 1—Not Pictured Erb. Jim, 1—89, 161 87. Erb. Lola. 3—35, 78, 96. 101. 102. 146 Erb. Sharon. 4—78, 126 94. Ernst. Harold. 2—92. 154 Eson, Tom. 3—25, 90, 146 Etzkorn, Leilana, 1—87. 106, 108, 161 Evans, Mickey, 2—154 Fagan. Terry. 4—23. 24, 58. 78. 84. 87. 120, 126 Farmer, John. 1—161 Farmer. Sandra Forshaw, 4—87 Farrington, Dale. 1—27. 107, 162 Feaman, Sharon, 3—95, 146 Feldman. Janet. 3—97, 146 Feldman, John, 1—43, 94, 162 Feldman. Sharon. 3—91. 92. 119, 146 Felton. Charles. 1—54. 55, 98. 162. 169 Fensterman, Carole. 2—154 Fensterman, Jackie. 4—87 Fiegenbaum, Carolyn, 1 — 23. 162. 164 Fields. Donna, 1—89. 162 Fife, Tom, 1—162 File. David. 3—69. 92. 107, 146 Finch, Beth. 4 — Not Pictured Fink. Ed. 3—146 Finney, Pam. 1—162 Fish. Gerald, 3—24, 57. 102, 146 Fisher. Kenny, 4—127 Fitch. Jim. 3—146 Fitzpatrick. Bill, 4—127 Fitzpatrick. Pat. 3—146 Flannery. Ronnie. 3—146 Flaugher, Larry, 3—146 Fleming. Lee. 3—31, 147 Flynn. Joe. 1—27. 162 Foehrkolb. Shirley, 2—87, 154 Forguson, David. 2—27. 92, 154 Foster. Gloria. 1—95, 162 Foster, Nancy. 3—87, 102. 147 Franke, Carolyn. 1—87, 162 Franke, Mary, 4—87, 127 Franke, Ruth Ann. 1—162 Freese. Elaine, 2—78, 154 Frey, Ronnie. 2—27, 154 Frisse. Carol, 3—89, 147 Frisse. Eldon. 2—27, 40, 55, 154 Frisse. Les. 4—63, 68. 83, 89, 106. 127 Fruit, Carolyn, 4—36. 37, 50, 66. 68. 69, 70, 75. 85. 101, 104. 127. 132 Fruth, Linda. 2—46, 87. 89, 104, 154 Fry, Delores. 2—155 Fry, Wanda. 3—147, 151 Fulton. Ann, 1—89, 96, 162 Fulton, Clyde, 4—64. 71, 102. 127, 128 Funke, Kay Lee. 4—19. 20, 21, 22. 36. 43. 74. 78. 85, 96, 127, 135 Gaertner, Larry. 4—127 Gagliardo. Betty. 4—87, 104, Garde, Mary Elizabeth, 3— 91. 147 Garde, Mary Lou. 3—19. 107, 147 Garde. Patrick. 3—147 Garwood. Ken. 1—162 Gehner. Bob. 2—91, 155 Gengler, Barbara. 1—162 Gerber, Mary. 3—147 Gibbs. Don. 1—50. 162 Gibbs. Marsha, 4—87, 104, 128 Gieseking. Sharon, 2—155 Gieszelmann. Leo. 4—128 Goebel, Charles, 3—147 Going. George, 1—50, 92. 106, 162 Golinveaux. Sara, 2—89, 92. 155 Golinveaux. Susan. 2—92. 155 Gould. Sharon, 1—162 Grazier. Ed. 3—87, 147 Grebel, Mary Lee, 3—91. 106, 147 Grebel. Sherry, 4—50. 83. 85, 128 Grebel. Sue. 2—154 Green. Linda, 4 —Not Pictured Green. Walter, 2—155 Gremer. Barbara, 1—95, 162 Grigg. Ronald, 4—128 Grinstead. Bob. 2—44, 91. 155 Gueldener, Arthur. 4—94. 123 Gul'er, Barbara, 2—69, 78. 92. 102. 106. 155 Gunther. Dianne, 1—162 Gusewelle, Carol, 4—128 Gusewelle. Carol. 1—87. 162 Gusewelle. Dennis, 2—94. 155 Gusewelle, Rich. 2—44. 155 Gusewelle. Richard. 1—32, 43. 94. 162 Gusewelle. Ronald, 1—44. 94. 162 Gusewelle. Roy. 4—128 Gusewelle, Wilbur, 4—87, 94, 128 Guthrie, Jane, 3—78. 92. 96, 97, 104. 147 Hackett, Neil. 4—80. 83, 106. 128 Hafner. Jim, 2—155 Hagemeister. Carl, 4—32, 33. 57. 84, 107, 129 Hagemeister. Daniel. 4—9. 68. 92. 106, 129 Hale. Barbara, 1—104. 162 Hale. Larry, 2—87, 102. 155 Hall, Preston. 1—162 Hamby. Kenneth, 1—162 Hamill. Ed. 3—11, 147 Hammond. Randall. 3—I 17 Handshy, Gene, 2—94, 154, 159 Hanks. Jim, 3—147 Hans. Pat, 2—104. 155 Hansen. Jim, 3—52, 107, 147 Hanser, David, 4—49, 80. 92. 93. 107, 129. 169 Hanvey. Kay, 4—89. 106, 129 Hanvey. Wayne. 2—155 Harbison. Frances, 4—87, 129 Harmon, Bob. 4—87. .129 Harris. Diane. 3—87, 107, 108. 147 Harris, Gene. 2—155 Harris, Judy, 1—106.162 Page 169 Harris. Robert. 3—147 Harrison, Gene, 2—86, 108, 155 Hartley, Dennis, 3—147 Hartley, Terry. 3—147 Hartley, Vicki, 1—162 Hartnagel. Jo Ann. 4—89, 129 Hartzel. Billy. 3—147 Hartzel. Jack, 1—27. 163 Hausmavt, Bill. 1—163 Hausman, Larry. 3—147 Hayes. Carroll, 3—147 Haywood, Darwin. 4—38, 84. 85. 129 Hazelhorst, Bill, 2—155 Hazzard. Jo Ann, 3—89, 104, 147 Head, Janett. 1—87. 163 Heald. Sheri, 1—89. 108, 163, 164 Heifer. Max, 4—129 Hellinger. Charles. 3—107, 147 Hellinger. Peg. 2—97, 155 Hellrung. Barbara, 4—129 Hellrung. Becky. 2 —107. 154 Hellrung. Elizabeth. 4—78. 96. 129. 143 Helm. David. 2—68. 69. 92. 97, 155 Helm. John. 4—68. 80, 92, 129 Helm, Richard. 1—50, 68, 69. 78. 82. 106, 163 Helmich. Russell, 2—155 Helmkamp, Lyndel. 2—93. 98. 102. 155 Helmkamp. Roberi, 2—102. 155 Henderson. Wayne, 1—27. 40. 57, 163 Hendricks, Sharon, 3—18. 147 Henke. Delores. 3—147 Henke. Floyd. 1—94. 1C3 Henke. Judy, 1—95. 163 Henke. Karen. 2—95, 155 Henry. Bill. 4—130 Henry. Jim, 1—27, 163 Henry. Karen. 2—155 Henry. Mary Jo. 1—163 Henry. Paulette. 2—154 Henry. Sharon, 2—155 Hesdra, Tom, 2—155 Heuer, Joyce. 4—87, 130 Heuer, Kenny, 1—94. 163 Charlie Felton and John Cwan take their lessons in first aid seriously. M INDEX TO STUDENTS Name, Year, and Page Numbers Hillis, Sandra. 2— 7. 96. 155 Hlavsa. Bob, 2—155 Hlavsa. Joe. 4—87. 130 Hodapp, Rita. 2—155 Hofeditz, Barbara, 3—96. 101. 106. 108. 147 Hofeditz, Brad. 1—92, 108. 163. 166 Holder. Terry. 1—163 Holliday. Dannielle, 3—91. 147 Holmes. Carol. 2—87. 89. 91. 92. 106. 154 Holshouser. Donald. 4—82. 130. 168 Holshoucer. Jerry. 3—147 Holt. Jim. 4—Not Pictured Holtman, Dennis. 1—163 Hoover. Thomas Wayne, 1 —69. 88. 90. 106. 163 Hopkins. Theresa. 4 —97. 104. 130 Hoppe. Bill, 2—32. 44. 45. 155 Horsburgh. Pat, 2—87. 89. 91. 155 Horstman. Mark. 3—70. 92. 93. 144. 147. 148 Horton. Wayne. 1—163 Hotz. Janey. 2—91, 155 Housen. Rich. 2—155 Howes. Ronnie. 3—147 Hoxsie. Bill, 3—147 Hubbard. Pat. 1—163 Huck. David. 1—163 Hug, Gordon. 4—9, 50. 84, 93. 107, 130 Hughes. Barbara. 3—86. 147 Hunter. Beth. 3—35. 50. 85. 102. 107. 147 Hurst. Jack. 4—25. 94. 130 Hurst. Jan. 3—95. 96. 147 Hutcherson, Stephen. 2— 94, 155 Hydron, Linda. 2—155 Hyten. Kay. 1—89. 97. 163 Hyten, Kenneth. 4—32. 75. 130 Isenberg, Maxine. 1 —96. 163 Isenberg. Ruth. 4—89 Isselhardt. Benny. 3—27. 31. 35. 56. 57. 78. 84. 87. 147 Isselhardt. Carol. 1—96. 163 Isselhardt. Leone. 3 — 31, 147 Jackson. George. 3—147 Jackson. Jackie. 2—87. 96. 104. 155 Jackson. James. 3—147 Jackson. Marcella. 1—163 Jason. Thalia. 1—163 Jegel. Diane. 3—86. 89. 101. U7 Jegel. Stephen, 1—27. 50. 98. 108. 163 Jenkins. Frances. 1—163 Jenkins. Roy. 2—90. 96. 154 Jenne. Glenn. 1—43. 54. 55. 89. 107. 163 Jennings. CHnton. 1—163 Jennings. Gary. 2—89. 155 Jobe. Lana. 2—155 Johnson, Edieth. 2—87. 104. 155 Johnson. Fred. 4—75. 130 Johnson. Mary. 3—96. 104 147 Johnson. Melverta. 4— -87. 130 Jones. Geraldine. 4—95. 96. 104. 107, 108. 138 Jones. Larry. 4—130 -90. Jones. Patricia Ann, 1— 97. 107, 163 Jumper. Margie. 3—87. 101, 147 Jurgena. Naomi, 2—106. 155 Kahle. Marcia. 4—131. 135 Kappler, Bob. 1—94. 163 Kassing, Charlotte. 3—147 Kayser, Sandra, 2—87. 155 Keck. Donna. 4—131 Keck. Ronnie. 4—12. 24. 44. 84, 131 Keith, Billy, 3—94. 147 Kellenberger, Ronnie, 1—27, 57. 108. 163 Keller. Judy, 3—89, 147 Kel.er, Paula, 4—14, 71, 87, 89, 131 Keller, Terry, 1—98. 163 Kerkemeyer, Ray, 2—155 Keel, Karen, 1—106. 163 Kessinger, Donna. 1—163 Kessinger, Janet, 2—154 Kessman, Don. 2—155 Kessman. Gloria. 4—87. 96, 131 Ketterlin. Bob, 2—24. 27, 155 Key. Sh..ron. 2—104, 155 Kibikas. Pat. 1—30. 61, 97. 163 Kinder. Mickey. 3—147 King. Sharon. 4—15. 131 Kinworthy, Carolyn, 1—Not Pictured Klaas, Ronnie, 1—94. 163 Klueter. Ellen. 2—91. 155 Klueter, Fred. 4—131 Knibb. Carol. 2—87. 96, 104, 106. 152. 155 Knight, Janice. 4—75, 131 Koch. Lois. 2—155 Koch, Roger, 1—27, 44. 164 Koch, Ruth, 3—91, 147 Koen, Joel, 2—156 Koenig. Ralph. 2—32, 57, 94, 156 Koenig. Robert. 4—Not Pictured Kolesa, Carol, 4—91. 119 Kooker. Barbara, 3—68. 78. 87. 92. 101, 102. 106. 147 Kooker. Robert, 4—75, 98, 106, 123, 131 Kotva, Gary, 1—27. 54. 55. 164 Kozlik. Betty, 4—87. 132 Kretschmer. Bob, 2—156 Kribs, Steve, 3—147 Kriege, Susan. 2—78. 92, 156 Krieger. Janet. 4—78. 132 Krieger. Kay. 1—89. 164 Krieger. Ronnie. 4—44. 72, 84, 132 Kroeger, Tom. 2—156 Kubicek. Dennie. 2—32. 92, 108. 156 Kubicek, Ronnie. 3—55. 70. 147 Kubicek. Roy. 3—25. 55. 147 Kuethe, Carolyn, 1—164 Kulp. Kitty. 2—87. 104, 156 Kurmann. Karen. 2 — 87. 106. 156 Kurmann, Richard. 3—10. 147 Kyro. Albert, 4—132 Kyro. Dave. 4—89. 132 Ladd. Candy, 1—164 Ladd. Tom. 4—132 Ladd. Toni. 3—67, 83. 87. 91. 147 Lambert, Calvin. 4—24. 163 Lambert. Dave. 2—108. 156 Lambert. Marva, 2—156 Lambert, W. Ronald. 4 — 24. 98 Lamkin. Nancy. 2—157 Landers, Larry, P—27. 157 Landreth. Andi, 1—87, 108, 164 Landreth. Judy. 4—87, 132 Lane. Noel. 3—64, 92. 102, 147 Lane. Pat. 3—148 Lange. Arlyn. 2—94. 157 Lange. Nancy. 3—101. 148 Langendorf. Nancy. 4—87. 132. 140 Lanham. Janet. 4—87, 133 Lawrence. Harry. 2—86. 106. 157 Legate. Barth. 2 -27, 157 Leichsenring, Lloyd, 3—25. 57. 148 Lentz, Henry. 4—25. 55. 72, 73. 102. 133 Lentz. LeRoy, 3—94. 102. 148 Leonard, Lee, 3—148 Leopold. Alien, 2—27. 157 Leu. Karla, 2—89. 156 Levi. Gary W., 1—86, 164 Levi, Mike, 3—44, 86. 148 Lewis. Dan, 4—32, 57, 133 Lewis, Jean, 3—148. 152 Lewis. Jim. 3—61. 148. 152 Lexow. Dot. 2—89. 96. 157 Lienemann, Jane, 1—164 Ligon. Barbara, 1—22, 164 Linkeman, Donna, 2—157 Little. Ann. 2—91. 119. 157 Little. Chuck, 2—157 Loebach, Carol, 1—78. 89. 150. 164 Long. Carol. 4—11, 87, 104. 133 Long. Jim. 3—148 Long. Mike. 4—87. 102, 133 Long. Roger. 2—157 Lott. Luther. 3—148 Lovsey, Bill, 4—94 Lovsey. Tom, 2—157 Lowenstein, Eugene, 4—133 Luber. Pat, 2—156 Luber. Richard. 4—89. 133 Lucas. Jim, 3—148 Lueders. Bill, 2—27. 98, 157 Lueders. Jim, 2—91, 157 Luster, Rick, 3—148 Lynn, Terry, 2—32, 40. 55. 157 Lyon. Thomas, 3—50. 92. 93. 148 Madison, Delbert :. 3—148 Madison, John. 4—133 Madison, Larry, 2—78. 157 Magruder, Dan, 1—164 Mainer, Mike. 3—148 Mallory, Myrna. 3—78. 87. 148 Malone. Ronnie, 2—27. 57. 89. 157 Mangers. Galen, 1—164 Mareing, Jim. 2—27. 57. 89. 107, 157 Marks. Linda, 3—35, 87. 92. 101. 102. 144. 146. 148 Marti. Dick. 1—27. 164 Martin. Eldon. 1—90. 97, 108.164 Martin. Kent, 2—27. 164 M .rtin. Lucille. 2—108. 157 Martin. Nancy. 1—86. 164 Martin. Sandra. 3—148 Martini. Ronald. 4—93. 133 Mason, Janice, 4—12. 133 Mason, Karl. 1—108. 164 Massey, Betty. 4—86. 133 Mateyka. Mickey. 3—39. 52. 53. 107. 149. Maynard. Patty, 1—91. 96. 108, 164 McAdams. John, 3—94. 140 McCalla, Jerry. 2—157 McClellan. Arley. 3—149 McCollum. Bill. 4—87. 133 McDonough, Dick. 2—27. 57. 157 McElhoe, Cherie. 4—95. 101. 133 McGaughey. Carolyn. 4—87, 134 McGhee. Linda, 2—157 McGhee. Rosie. 3—147 McKee. Kathy. 1—89. 164 McLean. Robert, 4 — Not Pictured McLean. Susie. 1—164 McMurray. Joyce. 3—149 McNeillv, Dennis. 2—157 Meek. Ruth. 3—87. 104, 149 Meier. Elda. 4—91. 134 Meister. Melody. 1—164 Menoni, Connie. 1—164 Menoni, Leonard. 3—25. 14C Merkel. Jerry. 3—149 Merkel. Joel. 1—32. 164 Merkel. Margie. 3—87. 102. 146. 149 Merx. Al, 4—134 Metcalfe, Joyce. 4—61. 69. 91. 101, 106. 107. 134 Metzger, Wayne. 1—27. 164 Meyer, Larry, 1—164 Meyer. Lucinda, 2—95. 104. 157 Meyer, Melody. 1—95. 164 Meyer. Terry. 1—164 Meyer, Vernon, 2—94. 156 Michel. Jim. 4—84. 134 Michel. Shirley, 3—97, 102. 149 Mihalic, Steve. 1—50. 164 Miller. Dennis. 4—87. 134 Miller. Glen, 2—27. 93, 98. 157 Miller. Jane. 4—87. 102. 134 Miller. Janice, 1—95. 164 Miller. Joe. 3—149 Miller. Mary. 4—71, 81. 87. 102. 106. 134 Miller. Paul, 3—149 Miller. Sharon, 1—97, 165 Mills. Claire, 3—149 Minner, Jo. 2—95. 157 Moehle, Kenneth, 2—94. 157 Moelhenry, Dianna. 3—95. 102. 149 Moody, Glenn, 1—165 Moore. Janet. 3—15, 81, 87. 102. 149 Moore. Terry, 3—89, 98. 107, 149 Moran, Mary, 4—87, 104. 134 Morris, Tom. 2—89, 157 Paul Vernon masters the difficult art of tying shoelaces. Morrison. Doneldia. 4—87. 102. 134 Mory. Judy. 1—165 Mory. Paul, 3—32, 33, 57, 62. 84, 149 Mottar. John, 2—63, 92. 98. 102. 108. 157 Mount, Jerry, 4— Not Pictured Mount, Nancy, 3—149 Mulach. John, 3—92. 93, 106. 149 Munton, Shirley. 1—96. 165 Musso. Jo Ann. 3—101, 104, 149 Myers. Beth, 3—149 Nash. Van. 3—50. 51, 92. 93. 149 Neathammer, Diane. 3—149 Neidhardt. Karen Joyce. 2 —89, 104, 106. 157 Nekola, Bob. 4—87. 134 Nelson, Bob. 1—27, 44. 57, 165 Neuhaus. Rickey, 4—46. 71. 87, 104. 134 Newton. Tim, 3—108. 149 Nichols. Sharon, 4—13, 91. 104, 135 Nichols. Sheila, 3—36. 37. 43. 87. 101, 149. 150 Nicholson, Teresa, 2—95. 102. 156 Niemietz. Ruth. 4—13, 87, 135 Page 170INDEX TO STUDENTS Name, Year, and Page Numbers Niemietz, Sharon. 3 — 96. 101. 104. 149 Nischwitz, Karen, 3—101. 149 Noll, Carolyn. 3—36. 37. 78, 97. 149 Nothdurft. Bob. 2—157 Nothdurft. Jack, 1 —165 Novak, Dave. 2—157 Nuernberger. Phil. .4—62, 63. 78. 87. 102. 135 Nuernberger. Steve. 1—32, 43. 67. 107, 165 Nunnally, Carolyn. 1—165 Nunnally, Nell. 4—85. 86. 96. 101. 102. 135 O’Connor. Ricky. 1—165 O'Dell, Jo Ann, 3—149 O’Dell. Kay. 1—165 O'Dell, Larry, 4—135 Oglesby. Beverly, 3—85, 102, 119. 149 O’Hare, Michael, 1—108. 165 O’Nell, Peggy. 3—87, 92, 101, 102, 149 Ostendorf, Judy, 3—46. 97. 149 Overby. Carol, 3—96. 149 Overby. Linda, 3—35. 91, 149 Owens, Blanche, 2—157 Owens. James. 2—157 Ozier. Dennis. 3—90. 107 147 Pace. Leonard, 4—135 Pacey. Duane, 2—157 Page. Sally. 3—90. 102. 107. 149 Pape. Barbara, 3—96, 149 Pape. Darrell. 1—165 Pape. Robert. 3—94. 149 Pape, Sharon. 1—96. 165 Paproth. Bob, 1—43, 54, 55. 69. 165 Paproth, Mary. 2—96. 97, 104, 157 Parker. John, 2—102. 156 Parker. Patricia. 1—107, 164 Pass. Jeanine. 4—97, 101. 102. 106. 135 Patton. Sharon. 4—22. 70. 83, 87. 119. 120, 135. 139 Paur, Terry, 3—90, 149 Pebbles, Barbara, 3—91. 96, 149 Pebbles. Don. 4—25. 29. 84. 135 Peck. Wayne. 1—27. 165 Penelton, Carrie. 3—149 Penelton, Karen. 4—87. 101, 136 Penelton. Tony, 3—24, 25. 38. 40. 41. 43. 57. 149 Perry, Barbara, 1—165 Perry, Lawrence, 2—157 Perry, Lynn. 4—136 Phillips, Jerry, 3—149 Piarulli, Myrah, 3—31, 87, 92. 106. 149 Pierce. Sandy. 2—87, 96, 157 Pike. Kay. 1—165 Pilger. Bill. 2—157 Piquard, Ed. 4—44. 56, 87, 136 Poneta, Lavonne, 4—19, 22. 50. 78. 85. 86. 101, 136 Poneta, Pat. 1—89. 97. 165 Poos. David. 3—35. 50. 51, 69. 92, 93. 149 Popham, Sandy, 1—13, 136 Powell. Ray. 3—92. 102, 149 Powell. Sandra, 1—96, 165 Prater. Dale. 3—11. 94. 149 Prater. David. 1—27, 94. 165 Pratt. Vickie. 1—96, 165 Primas. Lonny, 1—94. 165 Prior, Darrell, 1—27, 165 Probst. Gail, 3—97, 101, 149 Prott. Jerry, 2—157 Prusa, Carol. 4—87, 136 Pulliam. Bob. 1—27, 43, 165 Pulliam, Jane, 3—18. 22. 78. 87. 104. 106. 149 Pulliam. Joe. 4—23. 24. 29. 58, 120. 135, 136 Pyle. Betty, 2—78. 87, 157 Quade. Judy. 3—87. 91, 107, 149 Quade, Mary Jo. 4—136 Ralston. Eugene. 3—149 Ralston. Joyce, 2—157 Ranck, Mickey, 2—156 Rasplica, Diana, 3—101, 149 Raulston. James, 2—157 Rea. Kenneth. 3—10. 149 Reid, Bruce. 2—94. 157 Reising, Neal. 4—44. 45. 94, 136 Reiter. Barbara, 2—96. 157 Reiter. Kath.een, 1—89, 165 Reiter, Murl, 4—137 Reynolds. Mike. 4—50. 63 68. 70, 78, 81, to, 106. 107. 137 Reynolds. Theodora. 2—87, 104. 106, 157 Rezabek, Regina, 3—91, 92. 149 Rhodes, Irene, 2—96, 157 Rice, Marcia, 4—87, 101, 102. 137 Rice. Paul, 2—44. 157 Richards, Tom, 2—92. 158 Richardson, Carol, 4—87, 101, 104. 137 Riley. Paul. 4—18.24. 50. 55. 66, 70. 78. 82, 83. 84. 132, 137 Ringering, Dennis. 4—12. 87, 102, 137 Ringering, Janice. 3—96, 158 Ringering, Nancy, 2—158 Rinkel, Bob. 2—23. 40, 55. 152. 158 Robien, Mary, 2—91, 96. 158 Robinson, Rick, 1—27, 44. 165 Robison. Duane. 4—137 Rogers, Richard. 4—107, 137 Rohrkaste. Bob. 1—98. 164 Rojak, Mary, 3—95. 149 Rood. Fred. 2—89. 158 Rose, Betty. 2—158 Rose, Gordon, 2—44. 55. 69. 150 Rothe. Tim. 3—87. 98. 106. 137. 150 Rozycke, Eva. 4—87, 137, 165 Ruehrup, Judy, 1—106. 150 Ruhl, Jennifer, 1—165 Ruppel. Kathy, 3—95, 101, 107. 150 Rushing. Sharon. 3—101, 150 Russell, Dee, 3—150 Russell. Jeanne, 3—150 Ryan. Kay, 4—87, 102. 137 Saint John. John, 3—150 Sanders. Lana. 4—87, 119 137 Sandifer, Pat. 3—91, 150 Sandrin. Marvin. 2—158 Sannes. Nancy, 3—96. 104 106. 150 Satterlee. Susan, 3—91, 150 Scarborough. Toby. 1—95. 96. 165 Schaake. Darrell, 3—38. 54, 55. 84, 150 Schaake, Larry. 1—22, 27. 43. 54. 55. 165 Schaake, Myron. 1—94. 1 5 Schaefer. Carolyn, 1—78. 89, 97, 165 Schaefer. Dennis, 4—57. 58. 84. 137 Schaefer. Linda. 1—97, 165 Scheibal, Kathy. 3—101, 150 Scheibal, Peggy. 3—101 Schipkowski, Nancy. 2—87, 104. 158 Schlemer, Judy. 4—91. 138 Schlueter. R.-.y. 3—35, 52. 150 Schmid, Donald. 2—94. 158 Schmid, Jerry, 2—27, 87, 158 Schmidt, Burl, 3—150 Schmidt, Dan, 2—27. 159 Schmidt. Kenneth, 4—27, 46. 49. 65. 69. 70, 72. 92. 138 Schmidt, Kenny, 3—81, 97. 150 Schmidt. Paul, 1—94. 166 Schmidt. Ronnie, 1—27. 54. 55. 89. 166 Schmidt, Sandy. 1—97 Schneider, Alana, 2—95, 107. 159 Schrage. Carol, 3—87. 96. 150 Schrage. Duane. 2—159 Schramm. Doris, 3—86. 101. 150 Schramm. George W., 4— 138 Schrodt. Jenny. 3—50. 61. 81. 85, 150 Schuessler, Janice. 2—95, 159 Schuessler, Larry. 3—151 Schultz. Ruth. 2—159 Schumacher. Gary. 2—23. 27. 40. 55. 78. 152. 156. 159 Schwab. Donna Lea, 4—87 Schwab. Gordon, 3—151 Schwartzkopf, Dave. 2—27, 57. 89. 159 Schwarz, Carol. 1—166 Schwarz, Judy. 2—159 Schwear. Donna, 3—78. 86, 87, 101, 151 Schwear, Jacqueline, 1—166 Scott. Bonnie. 2—159 Searles. Mike, 4—64, 102. 138 Sedlacek, Bob. 4—91. 138 Sedlacek. Jerry, 3—151 106. Seibert. Sharon, 166 1—97. Shaw. Carolyn. 159 2—95, 104. Sherfy, Byron. 159 2—92. 106, Shimunek. Tony, 1—166. 170 Shindel, Bruce. 151 3—83. 90. Shindel, Katherine. 1-101, 106, 166 Shirley. Linda, 3—151 -97, Sickbert, Kim. 84. 102. 138 4—24. 57. Sickbert. Ray. 85. 151 3—35. 56. Sido. Ann. 4—97, 138 Sido. Mary. 1—97, 166 Siegrist. Sharon. 4—67. 71. 75. 80. 81. 119. 138 Silas. Maurice, 4—Not Pictured Simmons, Richard. 2—27. 159 Singleton. Wayne. 3—151 Sisson. Charles. 2—69. 159 Sisson. Don. 3—151 Sisson. Mary. 1—166 Sittner. Don. 4—138 Skief, Sam. 3—102. 151 Slavik, Suzanne. 3—61. 81. 102. 151, 168 Slemer, Rudy. 2—55. 159 Small, Richard, 2—44. 57, 159 Smith, Billie. 4—69. 87. 96. 138 Smith, Ida, 4—87, 96 Smith, Jim. 3—151 Smith, Pat. 4—67. 102. 138 Smola. Mary Ann, 4—49. 80. 92, 131, 138 Snyder. Earl, 1—16b Snyder, George. 2—159 Snyder, James. 1—166 Solter, Ruth. 2—69. 78. 104. 159 Sones. Richard. 3—151 Southard. Joni, 4—87, 101, 139, 168 Speckman. Dale. 4—38, 71. 78. 92. 106, 107, 127, 139 Spengel. Mary Ann. 2—89. 104, 159 Spitze. Ruth Ann, 3 —95 151 Stack, James. 1—50, 166 Stahlhut, Janet. 2—89. 159 Stahlhut, Karen. 3—106. 151 Stahlhut. Karen Ann. 1— 106. 166 Stahlhut. Roy, 2—159 Stahlhut. Warren. 4—24. 29, 44, 45. 94. 139 Starnes. Judy, 4—87, 96. 119. 139 Steede. Nancy. 3—96, 119. 151 Steelman. Linda Kay. 2— 95. 96. 157, 159 Steelman, Nancy, 3 —96. 101. 151 Stegall. Joyce. 1—96, 166 Stein. Betty. 3—37. 86. 101, 144. 151 Steinmeyer, Mary Lynne. 1 —95. 166 Steinmeyer, Robert. 3—44. 94. 151 Stephenson, M..ry Elien. 1 —95, 108. 166 Stephenson, Patricia, 3—95. 151 Stepson. James, 1—32. 50. 107. 166 Stevens. Ronnie, 3—89. 151 Stevens. Sharon, 1—96. 166 Stille. Judith, 1—166 Stoces. Bill. 3—55. 151 Stoces, Mary, 2—87, 104, 159 Stoces, Virginia, 3—35. 87, 151 Stolcis. Roman, 1—27, 166 Stolze, Jean, 1—166 Strader, Carol, 1—166 Strange, Annedith, 1—95. 108. 166 Strasen. Delores. 4—Not Pictured Struckhoff. Linda, 2—89. 159 Stubbs. Skip, 1—32. 43. 57. 166 Stunkel. Roger, 3—151 Suess. Alvin, 3—151 Suhre. Dave. 4—87, 102. 139 Sumner. Lanny. 1—166 Svoboda, Bernadine. 1—166 Svoboda, Don, 1—166 Svoboda, Rosemary, 4—96. 139 Swiecicki. Robert, 2—Not Pictured T..ber, Clint, 3—151 Taylor. Nancy. 3—151 Teague, Roland. 1—166 Thatcher. Jay. 1—32. 54. 55. 108, 166 Thatcher. Penny. 4—50. 68. 85. 97. 101. 102. 139 Thebeau. Kay. 4—139 Thomas. Tom. 3—151 Thompson. Donald. 2—159 Thompson. Janice. 2—159 Thompson. Richard, 3—151 Blackie, our faithful, self-appointed mascot, assists the coaches at football practice. Page 171INDEX TO STUDENTS Name, Year, and Page Numbers Thornton, Susan. 4—50. 63. 67. 68. 72. 85. 102, 13P Titchenal, Mary, 4—104. 140 Tomlinson. Ann, 1—91. 166 Tormohlen. Phyllis. 2—8. 87, 96. 104. 159 Townsend. Henrlleen, 2— 159 Traband. Donna, 3—46. 81. 89. 96. 119, 151 Traband. Sharon. 1—166 Transue, Lee. 2—55. 159 Treat, Carol. 2—159 Treat, Russell. 2—159 Treat, Tim. 2—44, 98 Trebing, Joan. 3—104, 151 Trebing, Sandra. 3—87. 151 Trent, John. 1—166 Trojahn. Karen. 4—119. 140 Trojahn, Mike. 2—55. 159 Tudor. Dave, 4—Not Pictured Turner, Barbara, 1—166 Turner, Jackie. 3—25, 44, 57. 151 Turner, Nancy. 3—87, 101. 102, 151 Turner, Shirley, 1—87, 166 Uhe. Diane. 4—87. 90, 140 Unger. Larry, 4—98. 106. 140 Unger. Nadine. 1—166 Unterbrink. Janette, 4—87. 140 Unterbrink. Ronald, 3—151 Vadalabene. Pat. 3—87. 104, 151 Vallino, Bud, 4—22. 24, 28. 29, 38. 39, 41, 42. 55, 87, 124, 140 Vanek. Kenneth. 1—166 Van Hooscr. Louise, 4—Not Pictured Van Huss. Pat. 2—97. 159 Van Winkle, Charles, 4—93. 140 Varble, Ed, 2—159 Vaughn, Otis. 2—40, 159 Veith, Mike. 4—93. 107. 140 Vernon, George. 1—32. 33. 39. 43. 54. 65. 68. 78. 89, 160. 162. 167 Vernon, Paul. 3—32, 33, 38. 54, 55. 84. 151, 170 Vest. Alan. 1—32, 43. 54. 55. 167 Vieth, Darlene. 1—87. 167 Vieth. Gerald. 3—151 Vieth. Janet. 4—140 Vieth. Richard. 2—159 Volentine, Walter, 1—27. 167 Wadlow, Karen, 3—151 Wahl. Ken. 2—98. 159 Wahl. Mick. 1—27, 54. 55, 167 Wallace. Alan, 4—50. 51, 61, 68, 69. 84. 93. 141 Wallace. La Verne. 2—92, 104. 107. 159 Washington. Edward. 2—159 Watsek. Janet. 4—87, 96, 101, 104, 141 Watson. Margie. 1—89. 1“' Waugh, Bob. 3—55. 151 Webb. Curtis, 4—89. 93. 102. 141 Webb. Diane. 4—36. 37. 78, 87. 89. 101, 141 Weber, Elaine. 3—92, 101. 151 Weber, Kathy. 1—97, 167 Weber, Susan. 1—Not Pictured Weckman, Judy, 3—35. 87, 96, 101, 102. 151 Weeks. Sue, 2—89, 104. 159 Weeks. Walter. 2—32, 40. 57. 78. 89. 108, 159 Wehling, Barbara, 3—Not Pictured Wehling. Dennis. 4—7, 24, 141 Wehling. Mina Lou. 1—24. 167 Wehmeyer, Carole. 1—87. 167 Wehmeyer. Susie. 3—49. 148, 151 Weiler. Bob. 3—151 Weiler, Kenny. 4—142 Weiler, Ralph. 4—87. 141 Weishaupt, Don. 1—167 Weishnupt. Nancy, 3—49. 80. 85. 101, 102. 148, 151 Wells. Bob. 3—92. 151 Wells, Neil, 3—87, 151 Wells. Tom. 3—151 Werner. Dave, 2—32. 33, 40, 55, 92, 159 Werner, Jim, 1 —108, 117, 167 Werner, Judy, 4—102, 141 West, James. 2—56. 57. 91. 92. 107. 159 West. Judy, 2—86. 95. 159 West. Robert. 2—159 Westbrook, Harold. 2—15“ Westbrook, Joyce, 1—167 Wetzel. Carl, 2—50. 98. 159 Whatley. Karen. 1—167 Wheelock, Georgie. 2—159 Wiechman, Mary Jane. 1— 167 Wiedey. Jane. 4—67.71.75. 85. 86, 102. 128. 141 Wieduwilt. Kay. 1—89. 97. 167 Wiemers. Ed, 2—94, 159 Wiese. Kenneth, 1—167 Wilcox. Bob. 1—27, 54. 55. 167 Wildman. Kent. 1—23, 27. 56. 57. 78. 160, 167 Wildman, Lanny. 4—24, 50. 70. 81, 84, 85. 86. 141 Wilharm, Jane, 2—15, 159 Wilkening, Alvin, 1—94, 167 Williams. David. 3—89, 151 Wiliams, John, 4—94. 141 Wilson, Charlotte. 3—151 Wise. Robert. 3—102. 151 Wisnasky, Joseph. 3—151 Witschie. Ed. 4—141 Woll, David. 2—27, 89. 159 Wood, Ben. 2—159 Wood, Bill, 3—89. 151 Woods. Jim. 3—25. 98. 107, 151 Wopat, Jo. 4—141 Wydra. Bob. 4—87. 142 Wynne, J.»ck. 4—24, 142 Yates, Bud, 2—159 Yates, Donna, 1—97, 164, 167 Yehling, Rae, 2—89. 159 Yehling, Ronald. 4—142 Young. Jim, 2—159 Young, John, 4—72, 142 Young, Mervin, 3—151 Young. Nelson. 3—151 Young, Robert. 4—107, 142 Young. 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