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The 1961 Tiger EDWARDSVILLE HIGH SCHOOL Edwardsville, Illinois Volume 48In recognition and appreciation of her generosity in sharing with us her knowledge of foreign languages, her high ideals, and her genuine friendship, we proudly dedicate this volume of the TIGER to Miss Carla Gewe whom we honor in her fortieth year of teaching at Edwardsville High School.Table Of Contents This book is the record of one year of our lives. The value of this year depends on the opportunities each student has had and the use he has made of them. We hope that it has been a valuable year and has brought each person closer to his goal in life. ACADEMICS.................................4 ACTIVITIES...............................16 SPORTS...................................36 ORGANIZATIONS............................50 PORTRAITS................................84 PCS87 3ACADEMICS Language and Social Studies Natural Science and Mathematics Industrial Arts, Homemaking, and Agriculture Art and Business Education Physical Education, Health, and Driver EducationMiss McCowen's English students express their ideas in themes. Languages And Social Studies Tim Douglas votes in the school presidential election. Almost all our knowledge is gained from communication with other people, and since most of our communications use the English language, it is vital that we use it as well as possible. The English department helps us to understand our language better by teaching us the rules that govern it and introducing us to great authors who have used it well. The appreciation and understanding of the English language may be developed through the study of a foreign language. In the language of a people is reflected their character and customs; by studying their language, we become acquainted with other people and other lands. This year German was added to the foreign language department which also includes Latin, Spanish, and French. In the social studies department the events of the past are studied to gain understanding in solving the problems of the future. The student is taught to accept his responsibility in facing the industrial, social, economic, and political problems which will confront him.Mike Levi locates a foreign country for Larry Madison, Carol Holmes, and JaneHotz. Jim Erb, Barbara Boland, Carole Wehmeyer, Clara Buckley, and Connie Menoni learn Spanish by listening to tape recordings. PAGE SPONSORS PEOPLE'S SAVING AND LOAN ASSN. SHUPACK'S STAHLY CARTAGE CO. SIGMA THETA XI, TRI - HI - Y. 5«ns yrfora' U lAMiiTl tm UEi 7Natural Science And Mathematics Science helps us to understand the world around us and the principles that control it. Through this knowledge, scientists have made the discoveries that have enabled our civilization to develop; more scientists and scientific knowledge are needed if our civilization is to continue. To meet the interests of students in this scientific age, Edwardsville High School offers courses in biology, chemistry, and physics. Mathematics is an essential tool that we must be able to use. Its uses vary from adding a grocery list to calculating the course of a rocket. Our four-year mathematics curriculum offers classes that will satisfy every student's needs. Virginia Beckmann explains a difficult algebra problem to the class. Jerry Fish. Jim Dean, and Bob Wells experiment with the pendulum in physics class.Miss Helm explains curve stitching to her geometry students. Richard Helm and Candy Ladd.Industrial Arts, Homemaking, And Agriculture The industrial arts courses provide an opportunity for boys to gain skills in working with wood, metals, electricity, and in using common tools and machines. By learning these skills well, students will be able to work faster and safer and to hold better jobs. Through home projects and studies in nutrition, cooking, sewing, and interior decorating, girls in homemaking courses learn the skills that will help them to manage their future homes more efficiently, economically, and happily. Vocational Agriculture students learn through experience with their own farm projects the techniques of farming. Study of the correct methods of farming and raising livestock is combined with farm management, farm financing, and farm mechanic problems. Geraldine Burgctt, Mary Steinmeycr, Phyllis Cooper and Melody Meyer enjoy learning to make their own clothes.Larry Barth develops his skill in using the machine lathe. PAGE SPONSORS BLUME'S APPAREL EAST'S STANDARD SERVICE LEU'S IGA MARKET THE LEE SHOPS, INC. MADISON STORE MIDWEST LOAN CO. MEYER TV SERVICE MARCELLA'S BEAUTY SHOPArt And Business Students intently practice typing to improve their accuracy and speed. Education Art seeks to develop the sense of beauty and the creative ability that give life meaning. The art course at Edwardsville High School is designed to benefit students who want to study art for their own enjoyment as well as those students who will use art in their vocations. Of vital interest to all students is the preparation for earning a living. The business education department offers general courses in business practices and economics, and gives specialized training for future bookkeepers, typists, secretaries, and clerks. Delores Henke, Barbara Pebbles. Jill Cherry, Sharen Gallagher, and Dannielle Holliday concentrate on their business education assignment.Mary Elizabeth Garde types with the aid of a dictaphone . PAGE SPONSORS DONALD OHL'S OFFICE SUPPLY DIPPOLD BROTHERS FEED DILLMAN’S PAINT WALLPAPER DESMOND PLUMBING HEATING In art class, instructor Terry Durham discusses a sketch with students Charles Baumann, Pat Lane, Karen Whatley, and Bonnie Scott.Physical Education, Health, And Drivers Education The health and physical education departments seek to develop healthy bodies and healthy minds. In physical education classes, the students develop sportsmanship, a sense of fair play, co-operation, and leadership, as well as co-ordination and endurance. In health classes students study proper health and safety habits, mental illnesses, balanced diets, good grooming, and first aid. Through classroom study and actual driving, the drivers education department strives to teach safety and courtesy on the highway and to impart a greater knowledge of and respect for traffic laws. Richard Helm takes a reflex-action test while Wayne Horton records his score. Mrs. Price demonstrates first aid while the health class watches attentively.Ralph Koenig exhibits his skill on the trampoline while his fellow classmates watch. Mr. Isselhardt, driver's education instructor, explains the working of the motor to John Farmer and Vicki Hartley. The girls physical education class practices basketball skills. t ACTIVITIES Dances Plays Musical Activities Assemblies PartiesHomecoming Members of the science club decorate their float. Homecoming was the first and perhaps the most exciting of the many social activities of the year. A parade, followed by a spirited pep rally, was held on Thursday, November 21. The next night the thrilling homecoming game was lost to Alton by only a few points. On Saturday, November 22, the annual homecoming dance was held, climaxed by the procession of the homecoming court and the crowning of the queen. The queen, the royal escort, the special maids and their escorts, are chosen by the entire student body. The other members of the court are chosen by their respective classes. Sharon Miller inspects the student council' float as members watch. Tona, Carolyn, and Sheila appear before the homecoming game. Bob Ashauer pins a mum on Nancy Turner. The sellers are Carol Bangert and Beverly Oglesby.Darrell Schaake watches as Queen Carolyn Noll curtsies to the crowd. The queen and her court whirl in a waltz before many spectators. Former queen. Kay Lee Funke. places the crown on Carolyn's head.Special Maids And Escorts 20Homecoming Court TOP ROW: Terry Lynn, Dave Schwartzkopf, Lenoard Drda, Bob Pulliam, Eldon Frtsse. BOTTOM ROW: Dennis Caulk, Steve Nuernberger, Ronnie Kubicek. a TOP ROW: Jean Stolze. Linda t ruth, Jane Pulliam, Carol Knibb, Betty Stein. BOTTOM ROW: Sherry Bennette, Carol Loebach, Sue Droege. Nancy ll'eishaupt watches Linda Marks make change for Mary Elizabeth Garde. Bean Dances Edwardsville High School students enjoy the bean dances after all football and basketball games. These dances are sponsored by the members of the student council and by the cheerleaders. Sue Droege, Darrell Schaake, Jane Guthrie, Ray Schlueter, Carolyn Noll, Mickey M a t e y k a enjoy dancing after the game. 23Choir members Peggy O’Neil. David Poos, and Marlene Caulk help Pat Lane with her robe as Charles Baumann, Beth Hunter, Margie Merkel, and Shirley Michel watch. Linda Marks welcomes new member Tom Lyon as the choir members watch. Sally Baird is helped with her robe by Peggy O'Neil, David Poos, and Marlene Caulk. Choir-Robing Ceremony Heading the list of the many musical activities at Edwardsville High School was the 1960-f61 A Cappella Choir Robing Ceremony presented on October 13. After the new members were robed, the choir gave its concert to many parents and other invited guests. Following the concert, a reception was held. 24 1 Junior Play On November 18, the juniors presented their class play, "A Date with Judy," directed by Miss Julie Magnuson. CAST OF CHARACTERS FRONT ROW: Miss Magnuson, Teddy Reynolds, Linda Fruth, Ann Burrus, Sherry Bennette, Dave Cochran, Barbara Reiter, Helen Dean, Carl Wetzel. BACK ROW: Ben Wood, Bill Cochran, Sara Gollnveaux, Mary Paproth, Barb Brockmeier, Sue Alexander, Sandra Blake, Dave Forguson. Mike Gallagher, Dave Champion, Barbara Brockmeier, and Linda Fruth watch the play from the sidelines. Judy......................Sandy Blake Mr. Melvin Foster .... Bill Cochran Mrs. Dora Foster............Ann Burrus Randolph...................Carl Wetzel Hannah.............................Sue Alexander Barbie..........................Sherry Bennette Oogie.............................Dave Forguson Mitzi.....................Linda Fruth Mr. Martindale.........Dave Cochran Mrs. Hotchkiss .... Teddy Reynolds Eloise....................Helen Dean Mrs. Schlutzhammer ..SusanGolinveaux Rex................................Ben Wood Susie..................Barbie Reiter "You’re not half as bad as I thought you'd be," says Barbara Reiter to Carl Wetzel.Christmas Dance The annual formal Christmas dance was held on December 23. Sponsored by Tiger Town, the dance featured the music of the Teen Beats1 Band and singer Charles Baumann. Enjoying the music at the dance are Sally Baird and Robert Burnham. Barb Kooker and Ray Sickbert stop for some refreshments being served by Mrs. Schaake, Mrs. Brockmeier, and Mrs. Fiegenbaum. Dancing is enjoyed by Bill Caulk, Nancy Dr da, Jean Stolze, Denny Caulk, Barb Kooker, and Ray Sickbert. Page Sponsors LEXOW’S APPLIANCE WILLIAM PIZZINI, Distributor LECLAIRE STORE SOUTH WIC KfS INTERIORSOn December 13, the vocal and instrumental music departments presented their annual Christmas program. The combined choruses and choirs and the concert band took part in singing and playing familiar Christmas music. A reenactment of the Nativity was portrayed by the A Cappella Choir. Mr. Kessinger directs the A Cappella Choir in singing a Christmas song. Christmas Program The story of "The Toy Shop" is narrated by Sandy Blake while Mr. Etzkorn leads the band. PAGE SPONSORS DON COFFMAN, INS. AGENCY METCALF, INS. AGENCY MADISON COUNTY MUTUAL INS. CO. MECHANICS PLANING MILL NATHAN MARCUS NATIONAL ADVERTISING ASSOC. OVERBECK'S WALLPAPER PAINT RALPH'S SUPER SERVICE The voices of the girls' choir fill the gym with Christmas music.Students wish they had studied harder as they take their sociology test. Semester Tests This year semester tests were given on January 19 and 20. The Edwardsville High School student, being no different from any other student, "burned the midnight oil" in preparation. PAGE SPONSORS BEN FRANKLIN STORES ILLINOIS CANDY CO. KLUETER FEED STORE MOTTAR DRUG CO. Barry Beaman and Kit Blackmore finish their lunch, while John Mulach, Bob Wells, Charles Bellinger, Jim Dean, Dave Poos, Noel Lane and Van Nash do some last minute reviewing. Judy Weckman and Ray Sickbert busily help grade final English tests.Dramatics Club Play "Little Nell," a well-known melodrama, was presented to the student body on January 31. The plot revolved around Nell Wilkins'difficult decision —whether to marry rich Carlton Bainbridge or poor but devoted Hector Skyscraper. The play was produced and directed by Mrs. Alice Crocker. CAST Mrs. Wilkins . . . Mr. Wilkins . . . Nell Wilkins . . Hector Skyscraper Carlton Bainbridge Stage manager . . Prompter.......... . . . Beverly Olgesby .........Jim Woods . . . Linda Marks . Charles Baumann . . . Dave Forguson . . Nancy Weishaupt . . . Joanne Eberhart PAGE SPONSORS "Oh, Mother, dear Mother! I am home again safely", says Linda Marks. FREDMAN BROS. FURNITURE HAPPY HOLLOW FARMS HOME NURSERY GREENHOUSES, INC. HOFEDITZ MUSIC SHOP STUDIO "Curses! Foiled again!" growls Carlton Bainbridge. FRONT ROW: Bev Olgesby, Linda Marks. BACK ROW: Joanne Eberhart, Jim Woods, Dave Forguson, Charles Baumann, Nancy Weishaupt. Valentine’s Dance The cafeteria, gaily decorated with a Valentine theme, was the scene of the Valentine’s Dance on February 4. Held after the Granite City basketball game, the dance was sponsored by the cheerleaders. Roman Stolcis, Jill Cherry, JohnCwan, and Dave Poos, discuss the outcome of the game. Adding to the Valentine theme, a red paper heart is pinned to Benny Isselhardt by Sue Droege as Carol lx ebach watches. Debbie Mullen watches as Nancy Dain and Dale Bach arrive at the dance.CAST: Teddy Reynolds, Suzanne Slavik, Jerry Schmidt, Dave Poos, Larry Hale, Tom Lyon, Sammy Skief John Mottar, Dave Correll, Noel Lane. Operetta Edwardsville High School A Cappella Choir Presents TRIAL BY JURY Edwin looks at By Gilbert and Sullivan Performance The Learned Judge . . Assembly—Kit Blackmore The Plaintiff (Angelina) Assembly—Teddy Renyolds The Defendant (Edwin) Assembly—John Mottar Counsel for the Plaintiff .... Night—Jerry Schmidt Assembly—Dave Poos Usher......................Night—Charles Baumann Assembly—Noel Lane Foreman of the Jury............Night—Sammy Skief Assembly—Dave Correll Bridesmaids, Gentlemen of the Jury, Barristers, Attorneys, and Public .....................Choir Members Accompanist Angelina Barbara DoddsAssemblies Many lyceum and free assemblies are given throughout the school year for the entertainment and education of the student body. These assemblies consist of programs presented by various student groups and visiting entertainers. Mr. Day, and Mr. Johnston watch Mr. Price Rive Mr. Luccoa pregame rubdown as "star" Mr. Kessinger looks on. 32 Paul Mory and Wayne Boren curiously examine the jet engine after the "Previews of Progress" assembly. Bill Cochran, Tom Barton. Bob Kretschmer, Bill Wood, and Mike Levi olficially present Blackie to Benny Lssclhardt.Musical entertainer, Charles King, presented a very interesting and entertaining assembly. A car of the luture is sketched in the General Motors assembly. 33 Bob West seems amused at this piece of machinery.Mr. Loebach, BarbBrockmeier, Ann Burrus, and Mr. Ligon watch as Mr. Burrus tries to make a hole-in-one. G.A.A. Father And Daughter Banquet Shirley Bothman watches as her father displays his golfing skills. The G.A.A. Father and Daughter Banquet was held on December 6 in the Edwardsville High School gymnasium. After they were welcomed by Mrs. Mullen, the sponsor, the guests spent the evening playing various recreational games. Refreshments were served by the G.A.A. girls. Janet Kessinger keeps score as one of the Dads tries to make a basket.An Intent audience attends the winter band concert. ant Winter Band Concert The annual Winter Band Concert was presented on March 4 in the Junior High School cafeteria. Special musical features on the program were a trombone solo and a cornet trio. Terry Moore, Dale Farrington, and Jim Hansen present a cornet trio. A trombone solo by Jack Cherry provides added musical entertainment.SPORTS FOOTBALL CROSS COUNTRY BASKETBALL WRESTLING00M5Vllit flTH MPT. THE VARSITY SQUAD: Front Row; Bob Hildenstein, Bob Agios, Bob Nelson, Roy Kubicek, Lenny Menoni, Mike Wahl. Barth Legate, Larry Dilling, Jay Thatcher. Larry Schaake, Eldon Frisse, Tony Regna. Ronnie Aubrecht, Russell Helmich. Second Row: Jim Stepson, Dave Champion, Gary Kotva, Bill Cerny, Rudy Slemer, Jim Mareing. Jack Bayer. Gregg Chalcraft, Conrad Blackburn, Larry Landers, Marion Betts, Darrell Schaake, Dick McDonough, Gary Schumacher. Third' Row; Coach Kuethe, Coach Price, Roman Stolcis, Rick Robinson, Tom Eson, Ron Malone, Jerry Fish, Tony Penelton, Jim Woods, Bob Ketterlin, Richard Zeisset, Jack Turner. Dave Schwartzkopf, Jim West, Kent W'ildman, Jack Hartzel, Coach Isselhardt. Eldon Frisse is about to score a touchdown for the Tigers, while Jim Mareing waits for a possible pass. Date 9-16 9-24 9-30 10-7 10-14 10-21 10- 27 11- 4 11-10 19G0 SCHEDULE Opponent We Madison (H) 40 Kirkwood (A) 14 Wood River (H) 33 Collinsville (H) 6 East St. Louis (A) 7 Alton (H) 14 Granite City (A) 29 Belleville (A) 19 Roxana (H) 6Page Sponsors JIM JONES, INC. ILLINOIS LUMBER CO. IMBER'S MEN’S WEAR HOME ABSTRACT AND TITLE CO. Football I960 Football is the second largest spectator sport at Edwardsville High School, exceeded in attendance only by basketball. For the participant, it develops strategic thinking and increases physical stamina and ruggedness. The 1960 football Tigers finished the season on November 10, after completing a nine game schedule which extended over a period of nearly two months. The Bengals amassed an overall record of 4 wins and 5 losses, which included a 3-3 record for the six conference games played. Starting off the season promisingly by winning two of their first three contests, the Tigers then fell into a three game drought before rebounding with victories over Granite City and Belleville. Whether the team succeeded or faltered, team captain Tony Penelton was the dominating figure on the field. The second highest scorer in the area, Tony made 126 of the team’s total of 168 points and was placed on the All State Team of Illinois and received many other honors. Coaches Kuethe, Price, and Isselhardt discuss team problems with Tiger ace, Tony Penelton.Reserve players GreggChalcraft, Bill Cerny. Mike Wahl, Ron Malone, Jack Bayer and the cheerleaders watch the game intently from the sidelines. Tony Penelton, team captain and winner of KXOK’S Prep Player of the Year award, was selected for All-Conference Team, All District Team, Granite City Press Record Team, East St. Louis All Opponent Team, Chicago Daily News All State Team, Champaign Gazette All State team, and All State Team of Illinois. Page Sponsors BLACK'S SPORTING GOODS, INC. BROOK'S JEWELRY UHRM ESTER WALLPAPER AND PAINT CO. BARTON AND SONS Tony Penelton is brought down by the opponent. as Jerry Fish (62), Larry LandersTHE SOPHOMORE SQUAD: Front Row; Gary Kotva, Roman Stolcis, Bob Agles. Mike Wahl, Larry Dilling. Bill Cerny, David Champion. Rick Robinson. BACK ROW: Coach Pat Price, Jay Thatcher. Kent Wildman, Larry Schaake, Bob Nelson, Jim Stepson, and Manager Jack Hartzel.Edwardsville Tigers take the lead at the conference meet. Cross-Country FRONT ROW: Dave Cochran, Dave Werner, Steve Nuernberger, Kenneth Rea, George Burnham, Terry Lynn, Alan West, Ralph Koenig. BACK ROW: Mike Trojahn, Manager; Skip Stubbs. Walter Weeks, Richard Crabtree, Jim Dean, Bill Albl, Richard Gusewelle. Robert Burnham, Kenny Cassens, Bill Hoppe, Darrell Busch, and Coach Freeland.Drda tips one in on the reljound. Team manager Denny Caulk watches Skip Stubbs and Leonard Drda in dribbling drills. For many years basketball has been the favorite sport at Edwardsville High School. Few other sports offer the thrill and excitement that the spectator receives from the fast action of basketball. At a typical game at EHS, the bleachers are filled with enthusiastic adult supporters and loyal students. The year started off promisingly with the Tigers winning six of their first seven games. However, after two consecutive defeats in the Christmas tourney, the team seemed unable to win. Hindered by injuries first to Drda and then to Penelton, the Tigers won but two of their last fifteen games. A highlight of the season was coming only four points short of handing Collinsville their only defeat of the season. The Tigers produced eight wins and fourteen losses for the overall schedule, which included a record of four won and eight lost in conference games. In the regional tournament, the Tigers defeated Alton easily, 73-48, before losing to Granite City, 63-76. PAGE SPONSORS. E.H.S. LETTERMEN'S CLUB YONAKA JEWELRY WEBER FUNERAL HOME WM. PIZZINI, DISTRIBUTORConnors "dunks" it at a practice session. PAGE SPONSORS. AUERBACH’S: BUSKER'S HARDWARE STORE: EDWARDSVILLE FROZEN FOODS; FASHION BOOTERY; FRUIT'S STANDARD SERVICE; FLAGG AND CORLEW, ENGINEERS; KRIEGE HARDWARE; L. R. PHILLIPS, PAINTING AND DECORATING. Mateyka goes up for two points. Connors, Schaake, Gusewelle, Penelton, and Vaughn go through drills in practice.THE JUNIOR VARSITY SQUAD, FRONT ROW: Larry Schaake, Vieth. George Burnham, Bob Rinkel, Richard Gusewelle, Bob Ralph Koenig, Alan Vest, Ron Aubrecht, Walter Weeks, Eldon Paproth, Roger Cates, Bob Pulliam, Cliff Carpenter and Coach Frisse, Dave Werner, Glenn Jenne. BACK ROW: Coach Ron Hutton. Harris, Skip Stubbs, Steve Nuernberger, Richard Crabtree, Rick BASKETBALL SCHEDULE Tigers Opp Centralia 60 90 Highland 83 68 Highland Tournament 56 54 63 51 Alton 71 69 Wood River 71 68 Granite City 86 80 Pontiac Christmas tournament 49 51 43 65 Belleville 50 63 Collinsville 71 74 E. St. Louis 59 56 Quincy 55 58 Madison 68 85 Roxana 69 57 Alton 60 66 Wood River 60 65 Granite City 53 57 Belleville 45 47 Collinsville 53 89 E. St. Louis 46 52 Litchfield 58 67 PAGE SPONSORS MOORE AND STORK CLEANERS VANZOS WELLS TIRE SALES, INC. Vaugn (40) fights for the ball.Wrestling has become one of the most popular sports at Edwardsville High School. A large number of boys enjoy releasing their tensions and putting their skills and strength to full use on the mats. Wrestling contributes much toward physical development. The 1961 Tiger wrestling schedule extended over a two-month period and consisted of fifteen matches. Eleven of these yielded victories for the orange-and-black, while four were scored as defeats. Three Bengal matmen, Neil Buchta, Darrell Busch, and Jackie Turner, participated in state competition at Champaign. Dick Small tries for a pin! PAGE SPONSORS BUNN CAPITOL CO. KAPPA DELTA EPSILON, TRI-HI-Y Wrestling Dot) Carter. Gordon Rose, Russ Treat, and Joe Bradshaw strive for better wrestling techniques. Coach Kuet he demonstrates the proper position to Jackie Turner and Richard Zeisset.THE WRESTLING SQUAD, FRONT ROW : Roger Buchta, Bill Hoppe, Darrell Busch, Dave Cochran, Bill Wood, Bob Carter,Terry Lynn, Chuck Little, Neil Buchta, and John Glass. SECOND ROW: Bob Agios, Bob Nelson, Conrad Blackburn, Paul Dilling, James Dean, Marion Betts, Gordon Rose. Joe Bradshaw, Russ treat, Ron Malone, Bob Grinstead. and Coach Kuethe. BACK ROW: Bob Steinmeyer, Jackie Turner, Rich Zeisset. Bob Wilcox, Richard Gusewelle, Dick Small, Bill Brase, and Manager Ken Rea. WRESTLING SCHEDULE Dec. 6 Jacksonville Won Dec. 12 Greenville Won Dec. 13 Cahokia Won Dec. 15 Granite City Lost Dec. 19 East St. Louis Won Dec. 21 Wood River Won Jan. 6 Granite City Lost Jan. 10 Cahokia Lost Jan. 12 Belleville Won Jan. 14 Quincy Won Jan. 19 East St. Louis Won Jan. 23 Roxana Won Jan. 25 Belleville Won J an. 31 Wood River Lost Feb. 7 Roxana Won Bill Hoppe grapples with his opponent as the referee watches closely. Jackie Turner battles with a wrestler from Roxana. .Band Choirs Clubs Student Council Cheerleaders Office PublicationsROW ONE: Karen Kesl, Teddye Reynolds. Kathy Shindel, Carol Barr, Carol Knibb, Diane Applequist, KarenStalhut, 'Judy Harris, 'Sharon Siebert. 'Lana Etzkorn. ♦'Barbara Dodds. Don Gibbs, Naomi Jerkina. ROW TWO: La Verne Wallace, Sandy Blake. Mary LeeGrebcl, Becky Hellrung, Pat Jones, Mary Ellen Stephenson. Jim Stepson, Patty Parker. Judy Quade, ‘Diane Harris, 'Beth Hunter, Rex Aton. Jim Woods, Charles Baumann, Mike O'Hara, Alana Schneider, Judy Ruehrup, Nancy Sannes, Karen Kurmann, ♦Jeff Collins. ROW THREE: ‘’Sally Page, Richard Zeisset,George Going. "‘Jack Cherry, 'Glenn Jenne, David File. Eldon Martin, •Dave Correll, Jay Thatcher, Walter Weeks, 'Mike Henke. •'Mary Lou Garde, "‘'Terry Moore. Jim Hansen, ‘LarryBrown, Concert Band President . . . Vice-President Secretary . . . Treasurer . . Director . . . Jack Cherry Terry Moore Jane Pulliam , Jim Woods Mr. Etzkorn Mr. Etzkorn conducts the band in rehearsal of the finale from the The Concert Band contributes to the cultural development of the school by encouraging the enjoyment of good music. By performing in public over forty times a year, the student musicians become familiar with a vast repertoire which includes marches, pop tunes, and classical music. This year, on December 21, the band appeared in a special program on KETC television station, St. Louis, Mo. Sight-Reading Clinic Band All-County Festival Band ’’All-State Band or Orchestra♦Dale Farrington, Dale Bode, ♦Jim West, Dennis Ozier, Charles Bellinger, Dennis Kubicek, Brad Hofeditz, Dave Lambert, Kathy Boccaleoni, Joyce Cralley, Jane Pulliam, 'Sue Alexander, ♦Carol Holmes. ROW' FOUR: Mr. Etzkorn, ’Barbara Kooker, ♦’Barbara Guller, Myrah Piarulli, Andy Landreth, Karen Neidhardt, Tim Rothe, Jim Werner, John Mottar, Steve Jegel. Jean Harrison, Leroy Brase, Becky Brown, Roger Buchta, ♦’Richard Helm. Tim Newton, Dave Zimmer, Ray Brueggeman,Jim Mareing, Barbara Hofeditz, ♦Jill Cherry, ♦Harry Lawrence, 'Kathy Ruppel, John Bettman, Tom Hoover, ’John Mulach, ‘Ronnie Aubrecht, Lucille Martin, Ann Strange, Sandy Burgdorf. CONCERT REPERTOIRE ’’High School Cadets” - Sousa ’’Orpheus” Overture - Offenbach ’’Don’t Forbid Me” - Singleton ’’The Student Prince” Overture - Romberg "The Penny-Whistle Song” - Anderson "Street Scene” - Newman ’’Trumpet Holiday” - Margulis, Jastrey, Berg "Pennsylvania Dutch Festival” - Green "Design for Autumn” - Dedrick "The Sound of Music” - Rodgers Hammerstein "Funiculi Funicula” - arr. Lang "A Tribute to Glenn Miller” - arr. Gass "Pitter Pat Parade” - Lavalle Ventre "Hostrauser’s March” - Chambers Finale from "The New World Symphony” - Dvorak "Pavanne” - Gould "Thoughts of Love” - Pryor "Suite Romantica” - Alfano, arr. Etzkorn "French National Defile” - Turlet "Carnival Variations” - Jacoby McRae "Coronation Scene” from "Boris Godounow" Moussorgsky "Irish Salute” - Cofield "Cabo Yubi” - Smedvig "Procession of Nobles” - Rimsky-Korsakov "Salute the Duke” - arr. Yoder "The New York Hippodrome” - Sousa "Jericho" - Gould "Phedre” - Massenet "Kiss Me Kate" - Porter "Two Little Finches” - Kling "Emblem of Unity” - Richards "Valser Campestre” - Marinuzzi "Up the Street” - Morse "La Gazza Ladra" - Rossini "High Society” - arr. Walters "Bathsheba” - Singer "Irish Rhapsody” - O’Neill "Wonderland By Night” - Gunter-Neumann "Manhattan Beach” - Sousa BAND COUNCIL—SITTING: Beth Hunter. Carole Holmes, Terry Moore, Jim Hansen, Jim Woods, Barbara Dodds. Jack Cherry. STANDING: Barbara Hofeditz, Barbara Kooker. ABSENT: Jane Pulliam. 53 ROW ONE: Virginia Bernhardt, Donna Caulk, Harriet Zoeller, Carol Treat. Jackie Jackson, Teresa Nicholson, Myrna Mallory, Sue Weeks, Barbara Reiter. ROW TWO: Mr. Kessinger, Peggy Helllnger, Hattie Sue Carpenter, Ellen Klueter, Edith Johnson, Susan Kriege. Ruth Solter. Leone Isselhardt, Irene Rhodes, Sharon Key, JoAnn Hazzard, Becky Hellrung, Pat Cerny, Dot Catalano, Lillie Betts. ROW THREE: Karen Buckingham, Mary Gerber, Pat Horsburgh, Mary Paproth, Anita Bonser, Kathy Biemfohr. Karen Niedhart, Mary Davis, Betty Pyle, Joan Trebing, Jo Ann Musso, Ruth Meek, Carol Schrage, Jo Minner, Jane Guthrie, Toni Ladd, Mary Robien. ROW FOUR: Lucinda Meyer, Susie Wehmeyer, Sharon Niemietz , Carol Knibb, Jane Wilharm, Barbara Allen, MaryStoces, Clara Buckley, Georgia Wheelock, Pat Dresch’, Carolyn Shaw, Bonnie Carnaghi. Girls’ Choir The Girls' Choir, composed of girls selected from regular singing groups, annually presents Christmas carols on the courthouse steps and a spring formal concert. In this organization, the students become familiar with the finest choral music written for women's voices. MADRIGAL SINGERS, ROW ONE: Barbara Guller, Beth Bangert, Jerry Schmid, John Mottar, Rai Powell, Robert Hunter. Elaine Alexander, Nancy Weishaupt, Margie Wise, John Boner, Terry Hartley, Diane Moelhenry, Merkel. ROW TWO: Judy Weckman, Kit Blackmore,Carol Lola Erb.OFFICERS OF GIRLS' CHOIR: Carol Knibb, Teresa Nicholson. Carol Treat. Jane Guthrie. BOYS' DOUBLE QUARTET: Sammy Skief, Jerry Schmid. Jim Carnaghi, JohnMottar, DaveCorrell,Charles Baumann, David Poos. GIRLS’ SEXTETTE: Sally Page, Suzanne Slavik, Janet Moore, Marlene Caulk, Linda Marks, Pat Lane.Band Majorettes Barbara Hofeditz, Leilana Etzkorn, Diane Harris, and Patti Jones are the majorettes for the band. 56Sophomore Advanced Choir Judy Harris, president, Denny Caulk, vice president; Barb Ligon, secretary; and Karen Kesl, treasurer of Sophomore Advanced Choir. The sophomore advanced choir is made up of a select group of sophomores who will be eligible for girls'choir and A Cappella choir in their junior and senior years. A «■ V“ V" jot CV ° • • ••• Vv. r t Mr. Kessinger, director of the ACappe 11aChoir, looks over the score of 'Trial by Jury". A Cappella Choir Members of the choir rehearse for a concert. 58ROW ONE: Mr. Kessinger, Judy Weckman. Nancy Turner, Marlene Caulk, Lola Erb, Margie Merkel, Connie Bunte, Donna Coffman, Linda Marks, Pat Vadalabenc, Nancy Schipkowski, Pat Lane, La Verne Wallace, Sharon Gallagher, Elaine Alexander, Kitty Kulp. ROW TWO: Larry Brown, Peggy O'Neil. Barbara Dodds, Nancy Sanncs, Beverly Oglesby, Sally Baird. Nancy Foster, Suzanne Slavik, Linda Fruth, Sandy Blake, Teddye Reynolds, Diane Alberter, Sally Page, Shirley Burnett, Beth Hunter. ROW THREE: Jim Carnaghi, Sam Skief, David Poos, Larry Hale, Kit Blackmore. Barbara Guller, Carol Bangert, Nancy Weishaupt, Shirley Michel, Sue Alexander. Dianna Moelhenry, LeRoy Lentz. Ed Washington, Jerry Schmid, Eldon Frisse, David File. ROW FOUR: John Mottar, Lyndel Helmkamp, John Parker, Russell Helmkamp, Tom Lyon, Jack Cherry, Rick Luster, Robert Wise, Dave Correll, Fred Bender. John Boner, Charles Baumann. Leroy Brakhane, Ray Powell, Terry Hartley. By singing in the A Cappella Choir, its members grow in the appreciation of good music and in the techniques of proper vocal production. This year, the choir was presented with the band in a special program of Christmas music on KETC Television. In February the group gave the opera ’’Trial by Jury” by Gilbert and Sullivan. The officers of the A Cappella Choir are David Poos, Vice-President: Linda Marks, President: Barbara Guller, Treasurer; and Marlene Caulk, Secretary.ROW ONE: Judy Weckman, Lola Erb. Elaine Alexander, Myrna Mallory. ROW TWO: Mrs. Mullen, Susie Wehmeyer, Virginia Stoces. Kay Hyten, Carolyn Noll, Sandy Blake. G.A.A. Council Mrs. Mullen sponsor of G.A.A. President Vice-President Secretary . . Treasurer Sponsor . . . Judy Weckman . . . Lola Erb Elaine Alexander Myrna Mallory . . Mrs. MullenROW ONE: Susie W'ehmeyer, Pat Horsburgh, Ann Burrus, Sara Golinveaux, Rae Yehling. Linda Fruth. Virginia Stoces, Janet Moore, Pat Luber, Karen Kurman, Peggy O’Neil. ROW TWO: Sue Dustman. Barbara Barnes, Sandra Kaysor, Barbara Brockmeier, Dorthy Lexow, Shirley Foehrkalb, Jancv Hotz, Marlene Caulk, Barbara Hofeditz, Sharon Gallagher, Karen Wadlow. ROW THREE: Sharon Rushing. Susan Kriege, Margie Dickey. Elaine Alexander, Sandy Lambert. Clara Buckley. ROW FOUR: MyrnaMallory, Sharon Key, Nancy Schipkowski, La Verne Wallace, Barbara Kooker, Becky Brown. ROW FIVE: Bonnie Carnaghi, Betty Stein, Judy Weckman, Sue Weeks, Diane All erter, Peggy Scheibal, Carol Holmes, Elaine Weber, Sandra Blake, Christina Hartman, Margie Jumper. ROW SIX: Carolyn Noll, Lola Erb, Betty Pyle. Mary Robien, Linda Steelman. ROW SEVEN: Nancy Steelman, Donna Coffman, Jane Wilharm, Sandy Pierce, Mary Bolin. ROW EIGHT: Helen Dean, Bonnie Scott, Jo Minner, Doris Schramm, Barbara Guller, Anne Little, Susan Golinveaux, Jackie Jackson, Nancy Weishaupt, Linda Marks, Edie Johnson, Barbara Dodds. Girls’ Athletic Association ROW ONE: Kathy Weber, Barbara Ligon, Carolyn Fiegenbaum. ROW TWO: Carolyn Kucthe, Barbara Gingler. Mary Jo Ashauer. ROW THREE: Pat Kibikas, Carol Loebach, Janet Head, Donna Kessinger, Kay Krieger, Joyce Westbrook. ROW FOUR: Candy Ladd, Nancy Eiliers, Karen Stahlhut, Shirley Bothmann, Carolyn Schaefer, Vickie Hartley, Carol Barr, Judy Bess. ROW FIVE: Carolyn Nunnally, Kathy Baird, Janet Dettmer, Diane Applequist. Pam Finney, Denaire Modine, Kay Hyten, Judy Ellsworth. ROW SIX:Sharon Traband. Shirley Turner, Carol Isselhardt, Judy Ruehrup, Diane Gunther, Kathy McKee, Connie Menont, Susan McLean, Kay Wieduwilt. ROW SEVEN: Sharon Bond, Sharon Miller, Linda Schaffer, Jean Stoltz, Bonnie Zimmerman. ROW ONE: Barbara Ligon, Pam Finney. JeanieStolze, Jill Cherry, Susan Kriege, Myrna Mallory. Mrs. George. ROW TWO: Barbara Brockmeier. Virginia Stoces, Denny Caulk, Barbara Kooker. Joan Anderson, Barbara Guller, Betty Pyle, Ruth Solter. ROW THREE: Kit Blackmore, Richard Helm, Shirley Bothman, Carolyn Shaffer, Carolyn Noll, Jane Guthrie, Nancy Wcishaupt, Shirley Burnett, Jane Pulliam. ROW FOUR: Eldon Frisse, Walter Weeks, Gary Schumacher, Benny Isselhardt. Kent Wikiman, Larry Madison, Mark Horstman, Steve Nuernberger. Student Council President...................Benny Isselhardt Vice-President ............. Carolyn Noll Secretary ..................Jane Pulliam Treasurer ...................Kit Blackmore Sponsor .................... Mrs. George The Student Council, a student governing body, strives to stimulate a spirit of cooperation among the students, faculty, and administration. The Council issues an annual "Handbook”, sponsors the Brotherhood Week observances and the bean dances. PAGE SPONSORS. 62 KNOEBEL STUDIO RISSI STUDIOMyrna Mallory works at the soda concessions after a game. Jane Guthrie and Ray Schlueter dance at a bean dance sponsored by the student council.ROW ONE: Mike Gallagher, Lyndel Helmkamp, Jim Woods, Dave Lambert, Mr. Reuscher. ROW TWO: Tim Rothe, John Dutton. Russell Treat, Dave Champion. Bobby Jones. ROW THREE: John Mottar. Jim Bratten, Terry Moore, Jim Jackson, Glen Miller, Charles Little, John Trent, Wayne Metzger. ROW FOUR: Bob Hildenstein, Rick Luster. Steve Jegel, Charles Felton. James Howard, Robert Helmkamp, Bob Zwick. Technicians’ Club President . . . . Vice-President . . Secretary .... Treasurer .... Sponsor ......... Dave Lambert Lyndel Helmkamp Mike Gallagher . . . Jim Woods . . Mr. Reuscher The members of the Technicians' Club operate the public address system at E.H.S. They play pleasant music during the lunch hours and also provide music for the bean dances. 64 Bob Hildenstein and Dave Lambert adjust the sound system in the cafeteria.Audio-Visual Aids Club So that educational movies may be shown to classes, the members of the Audio-Visual Aids Club donate part of their school time to operate film projectors. During club meetings, the boys give demonstrations and keep the machines in order by making minor repairs. Terry Moore .................. Chairman Barry Beaman................Co-Chairman Miss Goeddel....................Sponsor ROW ONE: Miss Goeddel, John Dutton, Leroy Lentz. Larry Abert. James Stepson. Barry Beaman. ROW TWO: Terry Moore, Rick Robinson, Dick Small, Russell Helmich, Jim Owens, John Parker.ROW ONE: Mrs. Day, Shirley Bothman, Jane Gutherie, Carolyn Noll, Carol Bangert, Jan Moore, Judy Ostendorf, Shirley Michel. ROW TWO: Nancy Drda, Karen Kesl, Sharon Seibert. Judy Harris, Joan Anderson, Nancy Steelman, Rae Yehling. Patty Jones. Barbara Perry. ROW Future The Future Teachers Club tries to interest students in the teaching profession. The members of the club’’practice teach” or assist teachers by grading papers. In November the club presented its annual National Education Week Assembly. ROW ONE: Carmen Deist,. Pam Finney, Kay Wieduwilt, Mary Jo Ashauer, Carol Loebach, Sharon Bond. ROW'TWO: Barb Ligon, Kathy Baird. Bonnie Zimmerman, Kay Hyten, Candy Ladd, Donna Yates, Sharon Miller. ROW THREE: Mary Jane Wiechman, Carolyn Figenbaum, Carolyn THREE: Sherry Bennette, Ann Little, Barb Brockmeier, Pat Horsburgh, Sandy Blake, Sue Weeks, Kathy Shindcl, Charlotte Wilson. ROW FOUR: Carol Knibb. Susan Golinveaux, Sally Baird, Sue Alexander, Linda Friuth, Ben Wood, George Bradley. Bob Kretschmer, Carl Wetzel. President......................Carolyn Noll Vice-President ............Shirley Bothman Secretary ....................Shirley Michel Treasurer ..................Jane Guthrie Historian .................. Janet Moore Sponsor ..................... Mrs. Day Schaefer, Diane Applequist, Pat Poneta, Denaire Modine, Pat Kibikas,. Kathy Weber. ROW: FOUR: Linda Schaefer, Judy Ellsworth, Nancy Eilers, Mike O'Hara, Dale Bode, Eldon Martin, Karen Stahlhut, Carol Barr, Sharon Pape, Carolyn Nunnally. Teachers 66 ROW ONE: Mrs. Price, Mary Bolin, Judy Weckman, Lola Erb, Dianne, Alberter, Donna Traband, Nancy Weishaupt, Margie Dickey, Nancy Dain, Nancy Steede, Barbara Hofeditz, Virginia Bernhardt. ROW TWO: Patty Maynard, Elaine Freese, Sharon Key, Ellen Klueter, Dorothy Lexow, Sue Dustman, Helen Dean, Lillie Betts, Joan Becker, Barbara Gremer. ROW THREE: Margie Jumper, Mary Robien, Nancy Steelman, Lana Jobe, Irene Rhodes, Carol Zimmerman, Sharon Stevens, Maxine Isenberg, Susan Kriege, Linda Steelman, Carol Overby, Elaine Alexander. ROW FOUR: Ruth Solter, Pat Wtllets, Mary Paproth, Sandy Pierce, Bonnie Scott, Janice Ringering, Susie Wehmeyer, Phyllis Tormohlen, Nancy Ringering, Sue Grebel, Janet Hurst, Joyce Stegal. Future Nurses’ Club President...................Nancy Weishaupt Vice-President.........................Judy Weckman Secretary ..................... Mary Bolin Treasurer...................Donna Traband Nancy Dain, a member of F.N.A., helps with the T3. tests by washing the arm of Bob Rohrkaste. In helpful service, characteristic of the medical profession, the future nurses of E. H. S. visit the patients in nearby hospitals and the residents of the Madison County Home. At these institutions, the club helps in the kitchen and entertains at Christmas. 67ROW ONE: Dale Prater, Kenny Moehle, William Brase, Don Bade, Robert Steinmeyer, Darrell Busch. ROW TWO: Lonny Primas, Leroy Brase, Don Schmid, Gerald Veith, Kenny Hever, Floyd Henke, Paul Schmidt, Gene Handshy, Mr. Seibert. ROW THREE: John McAdams, Ralph Koenig, Kenny Brockmeier. Bob Kappler, Leroy Lentz, Ronnie Gusewelle, Alvin Wilkening, Myron Schaake. ROW FOUR: Bruce Reid, Bill Keith, Steve Hutcherson, Arlyn Lange, Ed Wiemers, Richard Gusewelle, Robert Pape, Vernon Meyer. Future Farmers Of America President ............... Don Bade Vice-President . . . Robert Steinmeyer Secretary....................... Dale Prater Reporter .............Kenneth Moehle Sentinel ............. Darrel Busch Treasurer .............. Bill Brase Sponsor...........................Mr. Seibert Bob Pape and Kenny Brockmeier set up a poster in the display case for National F.F.A. Week. By joining F. F. A., a club open to all boys taking the agricultural course, the members develop leadership and patriotism in rural areas. To supplement club funds, the boys sell confections at athletic events. 68ROW ONE: Dianna Moelhenry, Ruth Spitze, Lillie Betts. Lucinda Meyer, Pat Stephenson. Judy Bartels. Janet Hurst. Marla Clayton. ROW TW O: Judy Martin, Theresa Nicholson] Melody Meyer, Thalia Jason, JaniceSchuessler, Mary Ellen Stevenson, Miss Parkev. ROW THREE: Judy Henke. Sharon Feaman, Phillis Cooper, Arlene Dinwiddie, Annedith Strange, Karen Henke, Kathy Boccaleoni. ROW FOUR: Leilana Etzkorn, Gloria Foster, Carolyn Shaw, Mary Rojak, Janet Bartels. Mary Sisson. Virginia Beckman, Judy West. Future Homemakers Of America Those girls enrolled in homemaking courses are eligible to join the local chapter of F. H. A. The club stresses good homemaking by requiring projects. President....................Judy Bartels Vice-President..............Pat Stephenson Secretary..................Lucinda Meyer Treasurer .................... Lillie Betts Finance Chairman.............LindaSteelman Public Relations Chairman . Marla Clayton Recreation Chairman .... Janet Hurst Degrees Chairman ............ Ruth Spitze Song Leader ...............Carolyn Shaw Pianist .............. Toby Scarborough Chapter Mother .... Mrs. Scarborough Sponsor .................. Miss ParkerPhysical Science Club Each year, the combined science clubs, of E. H. S. sponsor the annual science fair. Each science student in the school is required to enter a project in this fair. Members of the club use their scientific knowledge by helping to judge the projects. President....................... Noel Lane Vice-President..................David Poos Secretary..................George Burnham Treasurer...........................Robert Burnham Sponsor.........................Mr. Powell ROW ONE: LaVerne Wallace, Sue Alexander, Peggy O'Neil, Myrah Piarulli, Barbara Kooker, Pat Horsburgh, Mary Sower. Barbara Guller. ROW TWO: Tom Lyon, Tom Blixen, Kit Blackmore, David File, David Poos. Ray Schlueter, Bob Wells, Charles Sisson, Lyndel Helmkamp. ROW THREE: Charles Hellinger, Robert Burnham, Van Nash, Barry Beaman, John Mulach, David Helm, David Lambert, Rex Aton. ROW FOUR: Mr. Powell, Mark Horstman, George Burnham, Jim Dean, Jack Cherry, Noel Lane, Jim Lewis. 70ROW ONE: George Going, Jean Stolze, Barb Ligon, Jeff Collins, Stepson. ROW THREE: Harold Ernst, Dennis Ozier. Gary Kotva, Noel Lane, Harry Lawrence, Mr. Day. ROW TWO: Wayne Metzger, John Mottar, Bill Pilger. Kathy Baird, Carol Loebach, Sally Baird, John Cwan, James By means of films, lectures, and demonstrations, classroom work for the biology student is supplemented. To belong to this club, its members are required to enter a science project in the school science fair. Students wishing to delve more deeply into mathematics than is possible in regular classroom work may join Math Club. Guest speakers lecture the group on vocational opportunities in mathematics, and the members present demonstrations. Biological Science Club President Vice-President Secretary . . Treasurer . . Sponsor . . . . Noel Lane . . Jeff Collins Harry Lawrence Robert Burnham . . . Mr. Day Math Club President . . Vice-President Secretary . . Sponsor . . . Jack Cherry David Helm John Mulach Miss Helm ROW ONE: George Going, Linda Marks, Barbara Kooker, Janet Feldman, John Mulach, Jack Cherry, David Helm, Miss Helm. ROW TWO: Carol Holmes, LaVerne Wallace, Barbara Guller. Judy Quade, Regina Rezabek, Toni Ladd, Myrah Piarulli, David File, Mark Horstman. ROW THREE: Jim Lewis, Brad Hofeditz, Glenn Jenne, Jim Dean, Tom Lyon. Dale Farrington. Charles Sisson. Phil Brave, Bob Wells, ROW FOUR: Ben Calvert, Rex Aton, Richard Ziesset, George Burnham, Jim West, Larry Madison, Tom Blixen, Terry Benjey. Robert Burnham, Richard Helm.Tona Carter, Sheila Nichols. Betty Stein, Carolyn Noll, Jill Cherry, Sue Droege. Cheerleaders The cheerleaders, elected by the student body, encourage good sportsmanship and student interest in school sports. The cheerleaders sponsor several bean dances, plan pep meetings, and, of course, lead yells at football and basketball games. Their sponsor is Mrs. Mullen. The cheerleaders cheer for the Tigers.HOW ONE: Barbara Reiter, Pat Van Huss, Carol Brethorst, Sally Baird, Barbara Pebbles. Beth Myers, Mary Boda. ROW TWO: Miss Thompson, Pat Fitzpatrick, Pat Kibikas, Kay Wieduwilt. Ann Tomlinson,Sandy Schmidt. HOW THREE: Sharon Feldman. Janey Hotz, Pat Sandifer, Carol Franke, Susan Satterlee. Library Club President .................. Sally Baird Vice-President ............Barbara Pebbles Secretary ..................Carol Brethorst Treasurer .................... Pat Van Huss Sponsor...............Miss Vivian Thompson By assisting Miss Thompson in the routine activities of the library, the members of the library club learn the correct procedure involved in library work, as well as perform a valuable service to the school. Beth Myers, a student librarian, replaces books on the shelf in their proper places. PAGE SPONSOR EULALIA HOTZ, COUNTY CLERKROW ONE: Miss Cunningham. Dave Correll, Rae Yehling, Pat Luber, Karla Leu. ROW TWO: Jim Erb, Jack Nothdurft, Barbara Gingler, Pam Finney, Barbara Boland, Susie Droege, Ben Wood, Karen Kurmann, Marion Rushing, Mary Ann Spengel. ROW THREE: Bob Agles, Tom Barton, Mike Clarkin. Carol Frisse, Larry Brown, Carol Wehmeyer, To enrich the members knowledge of Spanish, programs about the customs,literature, and arts of the Spanish - speaking people are presented, and the students participate in Spanish plays. Carolyn Stahlhut, Janet Dettmer, Donna Fields, Clara Buckley. ROW FOUR: Ronnie Malone. Barth Legate, Gaylord Brooks. Fred Rood, Bob Grinstead, Bob Hildenstein, Jack Bettman, Ray Bruggeman, Bob Ketterlin, Dave Schwartzkopf, John Feldman. Spanish Club President ............... Dave Correll Vice President...........Larry Brown Secretary..............Barbara Gingler Treasurer ................ Rae Yehling Sponsor.............Miss Cunningham In French Club, programs about France and French plays, and field trips supplement classroom work and aid the students in acquiring a greater command of the language. French Club President .............. Terry Moore Vice-President ......... Glenn Jenne Secretary ............. Kay Wieduwilt Treasurer ........... Diane Applequist Sponsor................Miss Cunningham ROW ONE: Miss Cunningham, Terry Moore, Glenn Jenne, Diane Jegel, Diane Applequist, Kay Wieduwilt. ROW TWO: Carole Cornwell, Carolyn Considine, Carol Loebach, Rosemary Young, Dorothy Lexow, Kay Hyten, Denaire Modine. ROW THREE: Karen Whatley, Carolyn Schaefer, Larry Brown, Carol Holmes, Pat Horsburgh, Mary Davis. ROW FOUR: Dave Cochran, Gary Jennings, Ronnie Schmidt, Linda Fruth, Carol Barr, Pat Willets.ROW ONE: Jill Cherry, Marlene Caulk. Mary Lou Garde, Phillips. ROW THREE: Mary Lee Grebel, Pat Dresch, Diane Jane Pulliam. ROW TWO: Miss Smiser, Diane Harris. Neathammer, Mary E. Garde. Jeanne Kassing, Judy Quade. Diane Jegel. Barbara Cooper, Linda Overby, Geraldine By hearing lectures from secretaries and their employers, the girls of this club, who are interested in office employment, gain from this the knowledge and experience of others active in the field of business. Business Education President .....................Jane Pulliam Vice-President ................Jill Cherry Secretary ................... Marlene Caulk Treasurer ............... Mary Lou Garde Sponsor ....................... Miss Smiser The members of the art club further their interest in the arts by conducting general discussion on art, by completing projects,and by visiting points of interest such as the St. Louis Art Museum. Art Club President .................. Donna Schwear Vice-President...............Harry Lawrence Secretary ........... Dave Correll Historian ...................... Betty Stein Sponsor..........................Mr. Durham. ROW ONE: Dave Correll, Harry Lawrence, Donna Schwear. Schramm. Barbara Gengler. ROW FOUR: Mary Davis, Mina Betty Stein, Mr. Durham. ROW TWO: Pat Cerny, Nancy Wehllng, Gene Harrison, John Boner. Mike Levi, Barbara Martin, Pat Lane. Barb Hughes, Gary Levi. ROW THREE: Barnes, Judy W'est. Karen Whatley, Delores Fry, Sandra Trebing, DorisROW ONE: Margie Jumper, Harriet Zoeller, Jackie Jackson, Tona Carter, Sherry Bennette, Nancy Schipkowski. Karen Buckingham, Carrie Penelton, Margie Dickie, Donna Caulk, Elra Johnson, Barbara Perry. Elaine Alexander, Sandy Burgdorf, Carol Strader. ROW TWO: Darlene Vieth, Carol Franke, Ellen Klueter, Sharon Key, Susie McLean, Hattie Sue Carpenter, Barbara Brockmeier, Kathleen Bcimfohr, Sandra Blake, Susan Kriege. Edith Johnson, Jo Minner, Bonnie Carnaghl, Sue Weeks, Doris Schramm, Mary Jo Henry, Joyce Cralley, Karen Henry. Sharon Henry, Mr. Kessinger. ROW THREE: Brenda Bickell, Sandy Powell. Joanne Musso, Connie Menonl, Sue Grebel, Linda Fruth, Ann Burrus, Kay Krieger, Pat Parker, Andi Landreth, Mary Stoces, Rita Cerny, Margie Merkel, Toni Ladd, Pat Hubbard, Jo Ann Hazzard, Nancy Taylor. ROW FOUR: Tim Rothe, Jim Stepson, Jim Lueders, Clara Buckley, Sandy Kayser, Jane Wilharm, Karen Neidhardt, Sandy Pierce, Betty Pyle, Janet Head, George Wheelock, Patti Jones, Lois Koch, Sharon Niemietz, Barbara Kooker, Carol Fcnsterman. Music Listening Club The members of the Music Listening Club learn to appreciate good music by listening to recordings of classical music. President Vice-President Secretary . . Treasurer . . Sponsor . . . . . Lola Erb Leroy Brakhane . Rita Cerny Myrna Mallory Mr. Kessinger ROW ONE: Connie Bunte, Leone Isselhardt, Pat Vadelabene, Nancy Turner, Judy Weckman, Lola Erb. Irene Rhodes. Peggy Hellinger, Becky Hellrung, Shirley Turner, Donna Kassing, Sharon Traband, Shirley Burnett, Sally Page, Joan Trebing. ROW TWO: Ruth Ann Franke, Donna Fields, Janet Dettmer, Mary Gerber, Dot Catalano, Pat Cerny, Carol Holmes, Teddy Reynolds, Karen Kesl, Judy Harris, Candy Ladd, Peggy O'Neil, Jane Gutherie, Elaine Weber. ROW THREE: Jim Bratten, Jerry Schmid, Tim Newton, John Clark, Mary Davis, Phyllis Tormohlen, Ruth Meek, Carol Schrage, Anita Bonser, Nancy Foster. Mary Jane Weichman, Pat Poneta, Judy Ellsworth, Carol Nunnally, Kathy Shindel, Nancy Martin, Blanche Owens, Carol Bangert, Jim Carnaghi, Leroy Lentz. ROW FOUR: Wayne Hanvey, Bill Catalano, Bob Nothdruft. Donald Gibbs, John Parker, Rick Luster, Leroy Brakhane, Pate Garde, Terry Ambuehl, Benny Isselhardt, Kent Wildman, Dennis Ozier, Jim Hansen, Gene Harrison, Brad Hofeditz, Lee Fleming, Eldon Frisse. PAGE SPONSORS EDRAY FOODS, INC. STATE SECURITY INS. CO.ROW ONE: Mr.Gibson,Carol Isselhardt,Bob Ashauer.Jim Lueders, THREE: Judy Ruehrup, Jane Wilharm,'Steve Jegel, Jerry McCalla, Kay O'Dell. ROW TWO: Patty Maynard, Bonnie Carnaghi, Regina’ Diane Gunther, Kathy lcKee. Rezabek, Susie Wehmeyer, Danniclle Holliday, Nancy Drda. ROW In Photography Club, the best methods for taking pictures are discussed at length, and each member is encouraged to improve his photography by entering his photos for merit judging. Fiery debates attract the members of the Social Studies Club to international affairs. These debates stimulate interest and encourage extra study in social studies. Photography Club MR. GIBSON - SPONSOR Social Studies Club MISS GOEDDEL - SPONSOR ROW ONE: Miss Goeddel, Sally Page, George Bradley, Tom Wayne Peck, Dennis Ozier, Bruce Shindel, Terry Paur, John Hoover. ROW TWO: Annedith Strange, Carole Cornwell, Barbara Bettman, Tom Eson, Jim Braddy. Dodds. Suzanne Slavik, Margie Watson, Helen Dean. ROW THREE:ROW ONE: Mrs. Crocker, Donna Coffman, Kathy Blixen, Linda Weishaupt, Sara Golinveaux, Carol Knibb. ROW FOUR: Charles Marks. Jenny Schrodt. ROW TWO: Beth Hunter. Kitty Kulp, Diane Baumann. David Ferguson, Jim Woods, Jim West. Ray Sickbert, Alberter, Joanne Eberhart, Mary Robien, David Cochran. ROW Bill Cochran. THREE: Susan Golinveaux, Barbara Dodds, Beverly Oglesby, Nancy Dramatics Club The Letterman's Club, consisting of all President ........................Kathy Blixen boys who have won a letter in athletics, Vice-President...............Donna Coffman promotes good sportsmanship and furthers the Treasurer ...................... Linda Marks cause of athletics in the school.Thelettermen Secretary ...................Jenny Schrodt usher at athletic events, and sponsor the annual Bengal Ball. Lettermen’s Club Members of the Dramatics Club gain President ..................Darrell Schaake valuable experience in acting, directing and Vice-President ........ Hoy Kubicek producing short plays every meeting and one Treasurer ................... Bobby Waugh play, "Little Nell" which was given for the Secretary....................Leonard Drda student body on January 31. ROW ONE: David Poos, Denny Caulk, Paul Mory, Roy Kubicek, Hansen. Bob Ashauer. Ronnie Malone, Walter Weeks, Bob Ketterlin, Dave Werner, Bill Hoppe, Kenny Cassens, Carl Wetzel. ROW Gary Schumacher, Greg Chalcraft, Jack Bauer. ROW FOUR: Darrell TWO: Marion Betts, Ray Schlueter, Bob Waugh, Bill Stoces, Lenny Schaake, Tom Lyon. Mick Mateyka, Tony Pcnelton. Leonard Drda, Menoni, Terry Lynn. Eldon Frisse, Richard Crabtree, Lee Bultmann, Kenny Connors, Jerry Fish. Russell Helmich. Kent Wildman, Bob Carter. ROW THREE: Ronnie Kubicek, Bob Paproth, Jim Benny Issclhardt, Mr. Isselhardt.ROW ONE: Helen Dean, Rae Yehling, Sherry Bennette, Karen Henke, Carolyn Considine, Karen Nischwitz. ROW TWO: Ann Little, Linda Shirley, Barbara Cooper, Linda Overby, Sue Chesters, Jan Moore. ROW THREE: Joan Anderson, Donna Traband, Diane Neathammer, Beverly Oglesby, Ruth Spitze. The office girls are students who, in their free time, assist in the office. The girls deliver notes, run errands, type, and do other office duties. Office GirlsThe staff of the Tiger Times not only helps create unity in the school by publicizing events and ideas at E. H. S., but also gains valuable journalistic experience. Besides publishing the bi-weekly newspaper, the staff also attends scholastic press conferences and enter news-writing contests. Tiger Times Barb Pape. Nancy Steede, and Toni Ladd type the latest news. Editor ..........................................................Nancy Steede News ............................. Barb Pape; Toni Ladd; Jerry Holshouser Editorials......................................................George Bradley Features . . . Ray Sickbert; Barbara Pebbles; Nancy Steelman; Joanne Eberhart Sports ..........................................Bruce Shindel; Terry Paur Typists .........................................Nancy Lange; David Novak Cartoonist .................................................Charles Baumann Sponsor ................................................... Miss L. Thompson Barb Pebbles, Nancy Lange, and Nancy Steelman type a feature story.Ray Sickbert andCarole Cornwell glance over a finished copy of the Tiger Times. Joanne Eberhart, JoAnn Musso, and Miss Thompson prepare stencil. Sally Baird, Jack Cherry, Barbara Hof edit z, Ben Wood, and Beth Hunter sort out some newly-printed pictures. Linda Marks, Ray Sickbert, John Mulach.Mary Lou Garde, Jeff Collins, Jenny Schrodt. Susie Wehmeyer, Jim Woods, and Ray Powell make up the ad staff. ‘s Dave Correll.Mrs. Warmbrodt, Nancy Dain and Nancy Weishaupt check through the sales record. Tiger Staff By taking pictures, planning lay-outs, writing copy, and selling ads, the Tiger Staff coordinated imagination and hard work to produce the 1961 Tiger. Nancy Weishaupt .Editor-in-Chief Dave Correll .............. Assistant Editor Joan Anderson ..... Activities Suzanne Slavik .................Organizations Kitty Kulp...........Assistant Organizations Barbara Dodds................Literary Editor Sally Baird, Janet Moore, Barbara Hofeditz .................... Portraits and Index La Verne Wallace .................. Academics David Helm, Ben Wood ...... Sports Bob Ashauer, Jim Lueders, Regina Rezabek, Dannielle Holiday .....Photography Rai Powell, Susie Wehmeyer, Nancy Dain, Pat Van Huss ....................... Business Mrs. Warmbrodt....................... Sponsor Dannielle Holiday, Suzanne Slavik, Kitty Kulp, J i m Lueders, Bob Ashauer,and Regina Rezabek discuss lay-outs for the club section.PORTRAITS Administrators Personnel Faculty Seniors Juniors SophomoresTHOMAS M. BUTLER: Principal Western Illinois State University, B.S. In Ed.: M3. In Ed. Graduate Work At The University Of Illinois 86 Administrators JOE LUCCO: Assistant Principal Greenville College A.B. University Of Illinois, M.A. Director Ol Athletics: SociologyO. GLENN JOHNSON Southern Illinois University, B.S.; M.S. Guidance Counsellor; English 4 Guidance ELSIE J. SLOAN Eastern Illinois University, B.S. In Ed. Washington University, M.S. In Ed. Dean Of Girls: Director Of Guidance; English Essentials And Composition BOARD OF EDUCATION ROW ONE; Albert Cassens, William Dorsey, A. Gordon ROW TWO: Robert Wehling, John Morrisey, Board Attorney; Dodds, Superintendent of Schools; Robert Schaefer, Board Richard Kaiser, Paul Heepke. President; Herbert Brockmeier, Secretary;Chester Buchta. Office Secretaries MISS GUSEWELLE MRS. FIRNHABER MRS. JONES MRS. KESL W H " ■ CUSTODIANS CAFETERIA WORKERS Faculty ARTHUR APPRILL—Southeast Missouri State College, B.S. In Ed.: University of Missouri, M.A.: American History. Psychology ALICE CROCKER—University Of Illinois. A.B.; University Of Missouri. M.A.; American Literature, Speech GRACE CUNNINGHAM—University Of Illinois, A.B.; University Of Colorado, M.A.: Spanish, French IX)LORES DAY—Eastern Illinois University, B.S. In Ed.: Typing, Shorthand, General Business GAYLE DAY—Eastern Illinois University, BJ5. In Ed.: Biology, Advanced Biology TERRY DU R HAM—Eastern Illinois University: Southern Illinois University, BjS. In Ed.: Art, Practical Mathematics CLEAON ETZKORN—Millikin University, B.M.E.: M.MJS.: Instrumental Music KENNETH FREELAND—Eastern Illinois University, B.S.; Clerical Practice. Bookkeeping, Cross-Country Coach 89Faculty HELEN GEORGE—Me Mur ray College, A3.; Washington University, B3.; Algebra, Advanced Algebra. Library CARLA GEWE—Washington Un i ve r s i t y, A3.: University Of Colorado, M.A.: Latin A.M. 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A .A.; Millikin University. B.A.; English I And II ROSEMARY McCOWEN—Southern Illinois University, BJ5. In Ed.: English II ELISABETH MILLER—Central Missouri StateCollegc, B.S. In Ed.: Colorado College Of Education, M.A.; Mechanical Drawing, Architectural Drawing J.D. MILLER—Central Missouri State College, B.S. In Ed.: Colorado A. M., M.A. In Ed.; General Shop, Metals, Woodworking II. Tennis Coach Page Sponsors MODERN LIVING RADI-H EAT CO. OSCAR SCHMIDT AGENCY 9 1Faculty MILDRED MORAN — University of Illinois. A3.: Plane Geometry, English. MARILYNS' MULLEN — Eastern Illinois University. B.S.; Girls’ P.E., Cheerleader Sponsor, G.A.A. Director. JAMES O'BRIEN — Indiana University B.S. in Ed.; Driver Education. Business Law, Economics. LUCY PARKEY — Alabama College B.S.: University of Tennessee M.S. in Home Economics; Home Economics II and III, Family Living. WILLIAM POWELL — McKendree College,B.S.; University of Illinois, M. in Ed.; Chemistry, Advanced Chemistry. DORIS PRICE — Eastern Illinois University, B.S. in Ed. Health, Girls P.E., Driver Education. PAT PRICE — Eastern Illinois University, B.S.; American History, Boys’P.E., Ass't Football Coach. NORMAN REUSCHER — University of Illinois, B.S.; Southern Illinois University, M.S. in Ed.; Electricity,Woodworking I, General Shop. PAGE SPONSORS FIRST FEDERAL SAVINGS AND LOAN ASSN LESLEY MARKS FUNERAL HOMEFaculty CHESTER SEIBERT — University of Illinois, B.S.; M S Agriculture. ALETHA SMISER — Central Missouri State College, B.S in Ed.; M.A.: Shorthand, Secretarial Practice. WILLIAM STAIRWALT — Western Illinois University, B.S. in Ed.; Southern Illinois University, M.S. in Ed.; Woodworking I, Home Mechanics, General Shop. LEORA THOMPSON — Millsaps College, B.S.; English, Journalism, Geometry. VIVIAN THOMPSON — Eastern Illinois University, B.S. in Ed.; Indiana University, M.S.; Librarian. JEAN WOHLFORD — Whitewater State College, B.S. in Ed.; Typing I, Personal Typing. MARGARETTE WARMBRODT — Missouri Valley College. B.M. Ed.; B.S. in Ed.; Missouri University, M.A. in Ed.; English Essentials and Composition. ISABEL WOOD — University of Illinois, A.B.; University of Wisconsin, M.A.; English Literature, American Literature. PAGE SPONSORS CLOVER LEAF HOME —BUILDING AND LOAN ASSOC EDVVARDSVILLE LUMBER CO.SENIOR CLASS OFFICERS—Sally Baird, Secretary; Kathy Blixen, Treasurer; Jane Guthrie, Vice-President; Ronald Kubicek, President. Seniors LARRY ABERT Audio-Visual Aids 2,3.4; Aviation 1.2. BILL ALBL Cross County 4; Track 4; Aviation 1,2,3. ELAINE ALEXANDER "Alex" F.N.A. 4, Float Committee Chairman; Chorus 1,2; ACappellaChoir3,4;G.A.A. 1,2,3,4,Sic.4; Music Listening 3,4; Spanish 1,2; Prom Committee 3. JOAN ANDERSON Class Vice-President 3; Student Council 1,2,3, 4; Tiger Staff 4; Junior Play Committee 3; F.T. A. 3,4; G.A.A. 1; Latin Club 1,2, Sec. 2; Prom Committee 3; Office Help 3,4.Pat Garde, Sharon Feldman, and Betty Stein work on bookkeeping. Seniors ROBERT ASHAUER "Ash" Football 1,2; Cross Country 3,4; Basketball 1; Track 1,2,3,4; Tiger Staff 3,4; Letter man's Club 3,4; Photography 1,2,3,4; Vice-Pres. 3, Pres. 4; Prom Committee 3. DON BADE Chorus 1; Basketball 1; F.F.A. 1,2,3,4; Pres4. SALLY BAIRD "Baird" Class Sec. 4; F.N.A. 2, Vice-Pres. 2; Girls' Choir 2,3; Chorus 1; Tiger Staff 4; Junior Play Committee 3; A Cappella Choir 4; F.T.A. 4; Library 3,4, Pres. 4; Music Listening 2; Biological Science 4; Office Help 2. CAROL BANGERT Girls' Choir 2; Chorus 1; Junior Play Committee 3; French 1,2; A Cappella Choir 3,4; F. T.A. 1,2,3,4; G.A.A. 1,2; Music Listening 4; Prom Committee 3. BARBARA BARNES "Barney" Handbook Committee 3; Art Club 2,3,4; G.A.A. 2,3,4. FAYE BARTELS G.A.A. 1,2; Spanish 2,3; Prom Committee 3; Cafeteria Help (Cashier) 4.JUDITH MAY BARTELS "Judy" F.H.A. 1,2,3,4. DAVE BAUER Track 3,4; Audio-Visual Aids 2,3; Cafeteria Help 3. CHARLES BAUMANN ,,Charlic,, Band 1,2,3,4; Operetta 2; Chorus 1; Tiger Times ; Dramatics Club Play 3; Dramatics Club Play Committee 4; Junior Play 3; Dramatics 3,4; A Cappella Choir 2,3,4; Photography 1,2; Prom Committee 3. LESTER BAZAILUON BARRY BEAMAN Springfield Lawrence High School 1; Football 2; Audio-Visual Aids 3,4; Physical Science 4. JOAN BECKER St. Jacob High School 1,2; F.N.A. 3,4; Music Listening 3. Seniors FRED BENDER Chorus 3; Basketball 1; C Cappella Choir 4; Photography 2. CAROLE ANN BESS Girls' Choir 3; Chorus 1,2; Tiger Times 3; Junior Play Committee 3; G.A.A. 1,2,3; Music Listening 3; Spanish 1,2; Prom Committee 3. LILLIE BETTS F.N.A. 4; Girls' Choir 3.4; Chorus 1,2; F.H.A. 1.2,3,4. MARION BETTS Football 1,2,3,4; Track 1.2.3.4; F.F.A. 1,2; Letterman's Club 2,3,4. VIRGINIA BEUTEL "Ginger" Spanish 1,2,3. JOYCE BLASE G.A.A. 1,2,3,4.KATHY BLIXEN "Chi " Class Treasurer 4; Girls’ Choir 2, Vice-President 2; Chorus 1; Dramatics Club Play 3; Junior Play 3; Dramatics Club 3,4, President 4; G.A.A. 1,2; Latin Club 1,2; Prom Committee 3. KATHY BOCCALEONI Band 1,2,3,4; F.H.A. 1,2,3,4; G.A.A. 1,2. CHARLES F. BODA "Chuck" DENNIS BOEHM Chorus 1,2; Art Club 4. JOHN BONER Chorus 1,2; A Cappella Choir 3,4; Art Club 1,2,4; Music Listening 3; Prom Committee 3. ANITA BONSER "Neat" Girls' Choir 4; Chorus 1,2,3; Student Council 1.2; Handbook Committee 2; Junior Play 3; G.A.A. 1,2; Music Listening 4; Spanish 1,2,3, President 3; Prom Committee 3. Seniors NANCY BOREN "Nan" Lagguqut High School 1; Marshall High School 2; Cafeteria Help 4. GEORGE W. BRADLEY "Gwb" Tiger Times 3.4; French 1,2; F.T.A. 1,2,3,4; Vice-President 4; Social Studies 3,4, Vice-President 3. President 4. LEROY BRAKHANE Chorus 1,2; F.F.A. 1,2; A Cappella Choir 3,4; Music Listening Club 4. JIM BRATTEN "Speedy" Chorus 1,2,3,4; Track 1; Technician 1,2,3,4; Prom Committee 2,3. CAROL BRETHORST • G.A.A. 1,2; Library 2,3,4, Sec. 4; Prom Committee 3. GAYLORD BROOKS Spanish 1,2,3,4; Cafeteria Help 4.JIM BROWN "Speedy" Football 1,2; Cross Country 2; Basketball 2. LARRY BROWN Band 1,2,3,4: Chorus 1,2; ACappellaChoir 3,4; French Club 1,2; Spanish Club 3,4. ROLAND BROWN "Toke" Football 1. RAYMOND BRUEGGEMAN "Ray" Band 1,2,3,4; Chorus 3; A Cappella Choir 4; Spanish Club 3. NEIL BUCHTA LEE BULTMAN Baseball 1; Crosscountry2,3; Wrestling2,3,4; Lettermen's Club 3,4. Seniors CONNIE BUNTE "Bunny" Chorus 1; Girls' Choir 2; A Cappella Choir 3.4; Music Listening Club 4; Madrigals 3; Spanish Club 1,2,3. SANDRA BURG DOR F "Sandy" Band 1,2,3,4; Music Listening Club 4; Spanish Club 1,2. SHIRLEY BURNETT Chorus 1; Girls' Choir 2,3; ACappellaChoir 4; Spanish Club 1,2,3; G. A. A. 2; Student Council 2,3,4; Music Listening Club 4. DONALD BURTON "Don" Band 1,2,3; Basketball 1; Track 1; Baseball 1,2. DARRELL BUSCH Football 1; Basketball 1; Track 1; Cross Country 3,4; Wrestling 2,3,4; F.F.A. 1,2,3,4; Reporter 3. Sentinel 4. RAE CALVERT F.N.A. 2.3. JAMES A. CARNAGHI "Jim" Hancock High School, St. Louis, Mo. 1;Chorus 2; A Cappella Choir 3,4; Music Listening Club 3,4; Cafeteria Help 3,4; Madrigals 3. TONA CARTER "Cart" Homecoming 1,4; Chorus 1, President; Cheerleader J.V. 2,3, Varsity 4: G.A.A, 1,2,3: Latin Club 1,2; Music Listening 3; Junior Play 3. DOROTHY CATALANO "Dor Chorus 1,2,3; Girls' Choir 4; Music Listening Club 3,4; Spanish Club 1,2. DONNA CAULK "Post” Band 1; Chorus 2; Girls' Choir 3,4; Latin Club 1; G.A.A. 1,2; F.N.A. 2,3; Prom Committee 3; Junior Play Committee 3. MARLENE CAULK "Moe" Chorus 1; A Cappella Choir 2,3,4, Sec. 4; Operetta 2; Latin Club 1,2, Program Chairman 2; G.A.A. 1,2,3,4; Junior Play Committee 3; Prom Committee 3; Business Education Club 3,4, Sec. 4; Girls' Sextette 3,4. PATRICIA CERNY "Pat" Chorus 1,2,3; Girls'Choir 4; F.N.A. 2; Spanish Club 1: Business EducationClub2, Vice-Pres.; Music Listening Club 3; Junior Play Committee 3; Prom Committee 3; Art Club 4. Seniors JOHN CHERRY "Jack- Band 1,2,3,4, President 4: Chorus 1; A Cappella Choir 2,3,4, Vice-Pres. 3; Math. 1,2 3.4, Vice-Pres. 3, Pres. 4; Physical Science Club 3,4; Golf 3; Homecoming 3; Tiger Staff 4; Double Quartet 3,4. MARY JILL CHERRY "Jill" Homecoming 3; Band 1,2,3,4; Chorus 1; A Cappella 2,3,4; Latin Club 1; Music Listening Club 2.3; Operetta 2; Student Council 4; Handbook Committee 4; Cheerleader J.V. 3, Varsity 4; F.N.A. 2; Prom Committee 3; Business Ed. Club 3,4, Vice-Pres. 4. JOHN CLAYTON Cross Country 2; Basketball 1,2; Prom Committee 3; Cafeteria Help 3: Music Listening Club 4. JEFFERY COLLINS "Jeff" Band 1,2,3,4; Spanish Club 1; Biological Science Club 2,3,4, Sec. 3, Vice-Pres. 4: Tiger Staff 4; All-County Band 3,4; Carbondale Math. Competition 2,3. KENNETH CONNORS "Kenny' Football 1,3; Cross Country 2; Basketball 1,2, 3,4; Track 1,2,4; Letter man's Club 2,3,4. BARBARA COOPER "Barb" F.T.A. 1; G.A.A. 1; Office Help 2,3,4; Business Ed. 4.Seniors Girls' Choir 4; Chorus 1,3,4; Art Club 4; French Club 3,4; Music Listening Club 4; Spanish Club 1. JIM DEAN Football 2; Cross Country 4; French Club 3, Vice-Pres. 3; Math. Club 3,4; Physical Science Club 4; Spanish Club 1,2; Wrestling 1,2,3,4. BARBARA DODDS LEONARD DR DA "Foots" Homecoming 3,4; Cross Country 1,2,3,4; Basketball 1,2,3,4; Lettermen's Club 2,3,4. CAROLE CORNWELL Belleville 1; Tiger Times 4; French Club 3,4; F.T.A. 3; Social Studies Club 4; Prom Committee 3. JOYCE CRALLEY Granite City High School 1,2; Band 3,4; Music Listening Club 3,4; Prom Committee 3. RICHARD DALHAUS "Rich" MARY DAVIS Band 1,2,3,4, Executive Board 3; Chorus 1; Tiger Staff 3,4; Junior Play Prompter 3; Dramatics Club 3,4; ACappcllaChoir 2,3,4; G.A.A. 1,4; Math. Club 3; Social Studies Club 4; Spanish Club 1,2; All-County Band 2,3, Band Soloist 3; Math. Contest 3. PATRICIA DRESCH "Pat" F.N.A. 2; Girls' Choir 3,4; Chorus 1,2; Business Ed. Club 4; Math Club 3. JOANNE EBERHART "Jo" F.N.A. 3; Girls' Choir 3; Chorus 2; Tiger Times 3,4; Dramatics Club Play Committee3; Dramatics Club 3,4; G'.A.A. 1,2,3. STEVE ELLSWORTH Highland High School 2,3; Vandalia High School 1; Football 1,2,3; Junior Play 3; Junior Play Committee 3; F.F.A. 1,2,3, Pres. 3; Prom Committee 3. LOLA MAE ERB F.N.A. 2.3.4. Point Chairman 4; Girls'Choir 2; Student Council 2,3; Handbook Committee2; Junior Play 3; G.A.A. 1,2,3,4, Vice-Pres. 4; A Cappella Choir 3,4; Latin Club 1,2; Music Listening Club 3,4; Prom Committee 3; Cafeteria Help 1. THOMAS W. ESON "Tom" Football 1,3,4; Track 3.4; Audio-Visual Aids 3; Social Studies Club 3.4; Cafeteria Help 1.SHARON FEAMAN Chester High School 1,2; F.H.A. 3,4. JANET FELDMAN F.N.A. 2; Girls' Choir 4; Chorus 1,2; G.A.A. 1; Math Club3,4; Photography Club 1; F.T.A. 3. SHARON FELDMAN G.A.A. 1; Library Club 2,3,4; Office Help 3. DAVID FILE "Dave” Band 1,2,3,4; A Cappella Choir 4; Math Club 2,3,4; Physical Science Club 3,4; Prom Committee 3: Carbondale Math Competition 3; Wrestling 1. ED FINK GERALD FISH "Fish” Band 1,2; Chorus 1,2; Football 1.2,3,4; Track 1,2,3; Aviation Club 1; A Cappella Choir 3; Letterman's Club 4; Physical Science Club 1,2,3; Prom Committee 3. Seniors JAMES P. FITCH PATRICIA ANN FITZPATRICK "Pat” Chorus 1,2,3; Latin Club 1; Library Club 3,4; Music Listening Club 2; Spanish Club 2. RONALD L. FLANNERY ’’Ron" LEE FLEMING "Flea" Music Listening Club 4; Prom Committee 3. NANCY LYNN FOSTER F.N.A. 2; Girls' Choir 2; Chorus 1; ACappella Choir 3,4; F.T.A. 1; Music Listening 3,4; Prom Committee 3; Madrigals 3. CAROL FRISSE French Club 3; Music Listening Club 4; Spanish Club 3,4.JERRY GAG LIAR DO Photography Club 1,2; Prom Committee 3. SHARON GALLAGHER Girls' Choir 2; French Club 1; F.H.A. 2; A Cappclla Choir 3,4; F.T.A. 2; G.A.A. 1,2,3,4; Library 3; Cafeteria Help 4. MARY ELIZABETH GARDE Business Ed. Club 4; Library Club 2; Photography Club 3. MARY LOUISE GARDE "Mary Lou" Band 1,2,3,4; Junior Play Committee 3; Business Ed. Club 3, Treasurer 4; Prom Committee 3; Library Club 2; Band Sight Reading Clinic 3.4. PATRICK GARDE Music Listening Club 4; Social Studies Club 2; Prom Committee 3; Cafeteria Help 4. CHARLES GOEBEL Seniors EDDIE GRAZIER Chorus 1; Audio-Visual Aids 1,2,3; Music Listening Club 3,4: Football 1. MARY LEE GREBEL Band 1,2,3.4: Business Ed. Club4; Photography Club 3. JANE GUTHRIE "Gup" Class Officer 4, Vice-President: Girls’ Choir 3.4, Vice-Pres. 4: Chorus 1.2: Student Council 1,2,3,4; Handbook Committee 4: Junior Play Student Director 3; F.T.A. 1,2,3,4, Treasurer 2,3,4; G.A.A. 1,2; Math Club3; Music Listening Club 4; Prom Committee 3. JIM HANKS "Jim" JIM HANSEN Concert Band 1,2,3,4; Golf 1,3,4; Tiger Times 3; Letterman's Club 3,4; Spanish Club 1,2; Prom Committee 3; All-County Band 1,2,3,4; All-County Sight Reading Clinic 2.4. DIANE HARRIS Band 1,2,3,4; Majorette 3,4; Business Ed. Club 4; Music Listening Club 3; Spanish Club 1,2; Prom Committee 3.HUBERT HARRIS Band 1,2; Cafeteria Help 3,4. DENNIS HARTLEY "Dennie" Pataha High School TERRY HARTLEY A Cappelia Choir 2; Cafeteria Help 3.4; Boys' Choir 3; Prom Committee 3. WILLIAM HARTZEL "Bill" JO ANN HAZZARD Girls' Choir 2,3,4; Chorus 1; Music Listening 4; Spanish 1,2,3. CHARLES HELLINGER "Charlie" Band 1,2,3,4; Chorus 3; A Cappelia Choir 4; Physical Science 4. Seniors SHARON HENDRICKS Civic Memorial High School, Bethalto 1,2. DELORES HENKE "Dee" Cafeteria Help 4. BARBARA HOFEDITZ "Barb" Band 1,2,3,4; F.N.A. 2,3,4; Tiger Staff 4; G.A.A. 1,2,3,4; Prom Committee 3; All-Countv Band 3; Band Majorette and Twirler 1.2.3.4. DANNIELLE HOLLIDAY "Dannie" Tiger Staff 4; Photography 3,4. JERRY HOLSHOUSER Tiger Times 3,4; Aviation 1,2. MARK HORSTMAN Class President 3; Student Council 4: Math 2,3,4; Physical Science 3,4; Aviation 1,2; Prom Committee 3.RONALD HOWES "Hugo Prom Committee 3; Tennis 1,2. BARBARA HUGHES Art Club 1,2,3,4. BETH HUNTER it Band 1,2,3,4, Executive Committee4; Operetta 2; Chorus 1; TigerStaff 4; Dramatics Club Play 3; Junior Play 3; Dramatics Club 3,4; A Cappella Choir 2,3,4; Madrigals 3; G.A.A. 1; Latin Club 1; Spanish Club 2; Prom Committee 3; Band Staff 3,4; Band All-County 3; Band Sight Reading 4. JANET HURST "Jan" F.N.A. 3,4; F.H.A. 2,3,4; F.T.A. 1. BENNY ISSELHARDT, JR. "Ace" Class Pres. 2; Student Council 1,2,3,4,Treasurer 3; President 4; Handbook Committee 1,2, 3, Business Manager 1, Asst. Editor 2, Editor 3; Football 1; Track 1,3,4; Track Team Manager 2; Junior Plav3: Audio-Visual Aids 1,2,3,4; Lettermen's Club 3,4: Math. Club 1.2, Vice-Pres. 2: Music Listening Club 3,4; Prom Committee 3. JAMES JACKSON "Jim" Technicians Club 1,2,4; Prom Committee 3. DIANE JEGEL Girls' Choir 2; Chorus 1; Art Club3; Business Ed. Club 4; French Club 3,4; Program Chairman 4; G.A.A. 2,3; Prom Committee 3. MARGIE MARIE JUMPER "Jump" F.N.A. 1; Chorus 2; G.A.A. 3; Music Listening Club 1; Spanish Club 2. CHARLOTTE KASSING Junior Play Committee 3: Prom Committee 3. JEANNE KASSING F.N.A. 3; Girls' Choir 2; Chorus 1; G.A.A. 1; Music Listening Club 3; Spanish Club 1,2. BILLY KEITH F.F.A. 1,2,3,4. LEONE ISSELHARDT "Isel" Academy of Notre Dame 1,2; Girls' Choir 3; Chorus 3; Music Listening 4; Prom Committee SeniorsMICKEY KINDER Wood River High School 1,2. BARBARA KOOKER Band 1,2,3,4; F.N.A. 2; Chorus 1, A Cappella Choir 2,3,4; Student Council 1,2,3,4; Handbook Committee 4; Junior Play Committee 3; G. A. A. 1,2,3,4; Latin Club 1; Math Club 3,4; Music Listening Club 2,3,4; Physical Science Club 4; Prom Committee 3, Chairman 3. RONNIE KUBICEK "Kubi" Homecoming 4; Class President 4; Cross Country 1,2,3; Basketball 1; Letterman's Club 4; Spanish Club 2. ROY KUBIC EK Football 1,2,3,4; Letterman's Club 3,4; Vice-President 4. RICHARD KURMANN "Rich” TONI LADD Girls' Choir 4, Chorus 1,2,3; TigerTimes3,4; Junior Play Committee 3; French Club 1,2; G.A.A. 1; Math Club 4; Music Listening Club 2,3,4; Photography Club 1; Prom Committee 3. Seniors NOEL LANE Chorus 1; French Club 1,2; A Cappella Choir 2,3,4; Biological Science Club 2,3,4, Vice-President 3, President 4; Physical Science Club 4, President 4. PAT LANE Chorus 3; A Cappella Choir 4; Art Club 4. NANCY LANGE Chorus 1; Tiger Times 4; G.A.A. 1,2,3; Latin Club 1; Photography Club 2; Prom Committee 3; Cafeteria Help 2,3. LLOYD LEICHSENRING LEROY LENTZ Chorus 1; ACappellaChoir 2,3,4; Audio-Visual Aids 4; F.F.A. 1,2,3,4; Music Listening Club 3,4. LEE LEONARD Football 1,2; Basketball 1,2; Track 1.MIKE LEVI Football 1; Art Club 1,2,3,4; Prom Committee 3; Wrestling 3. JIM LEWIS Kirkwood High School 1,2; Football 1,2; Basketball 1,2; Track 1,2; Math. Club 4; Physical Science Club 4. JIM LONG Band 1,2; Football 1,2. JIM LUCAS "Luke" RICK LUSTER Chorus 1,2,3; A Cappella Choir 4; Technicians Club 1,2,3,4; Spanish Club 1,2,3. TOM LYON Band 1,2; Junior Play 3; A Cappella Choir 4; Letterman's 4; Math. Club 1,2,3,4; Physical Science Club 3,4; Prom Committee 3; Tennis 1,2,3,4; Operetta 4. Seniors MYRNA MALLORY Girls' Choir 3,4; Chorus 1,2; Student Council 1,2,3,4; Handbook Committee4;G.A.A. 1,2,3,4, Treasurer 4; Latin Club 1,2; Music Listening Club 3,4; Prom Committee 3. SANDRA MARTIN LINDA MARKS Homecoming 1; Class Secretary 3; Operetta 2; Chorus 1; Tiger Staff 4; Junior Play 3; Junior Play Committee 3; Dramatics Club 4, Treasurer 4; A Cappella Choir 2,3,4, President 4; Madrigals 3, Sextet 4; G.A.A. 1,2,3,4; Latin Club 1,2, President 2; Math. Club 3,4; Music Listening Club 3,4; Prom Committee 3; Dramatics Club Play 4. MICHAEL MATEYKA "Mick" Homecoming 1,4; Band 1,2,3: Football 1; Basketball 1,2,3,4; Cross Country 1,2,3,4; Golf 3,4; Latin Club 1,2, Vice-Pres.2; Letterman's Club 3,4; Math. Club 3. JOHN McADAMS F.F.A. 1,2,3,4. arley McClellan rosie McGhee Roxana Community High School 1,2; Chorus 1,2; F.H.A. 1,2; G.A.A. 2. RUTH MEEK Girls' Choir 3.4; Chorus 1,2; Music Listening Club 2,3,4. LEONARD MENONI "Lenny" Football 1,2,3,4; Basketball 1,2; Letterman's Club 4. JERRY MERKEL "Merk" MARGIE MERKEL "Merk" Operetta 2; Chorus 1; A Cappella2,3,4; F.T.A. 4; G.A.A. 1,2; Music Listening Club 3,4; Prom Committee 3. SHIRLEY MICHEL "Mick" Operetta 2; Chorus 1; A Cappella Choir 2,3,4; F.T.A. 3,4, Sec. 4; G.A.A. 1,2; Latin Club 1; Photography Club 2; Prom Committee 3. Seniors JANET MOORE "Jan" Timothy High School, Cicero, 111. 1,2: Tiger Staff 3,4; A Cappella Choir 1,2,3,4, Sdxtet 4; F.T.A. 4, Historian 4; G.A.A. 1.4; Music Listening Club 3,4; Office Help 4. TERRY MOORE Band 1,2,3,4; Vice-Pres. 4; Audio-Visual Aids 2,3,4, Chairman 4; French Club 3,4, Pres. 4; F.T.A. 2; Technicians Club 3,4; All-County Band 1,2,3,4; Sight Reading Band 2,3,4; Band Exec. Council 2,4; Band Staff 1,2,3,4. PAUL MORY Cheerleader (Tiger) 1,2,3; Football 1,2;Cross Country 3,4; Track 1,2,3,4; Team Manager Basketball 4; Letterman's Club 3,4; Prom Committee 3. DIANNA MOELHENRY "Mo" Girls' Choir 2; Chorus 1; F.H.A. 2,3,4, Finance Chairman 4; A Cappella Choir 3,4; Prom Committee 3. JOHN MULACH "Munch" Band 1,2,3,4; Tiger Staff 4; Audio-Visual Aids 2; Aviation Club 1; Math. Club 1,3,4, Sec.-Trcas. 4; Biological Science Club 2; Physical Science Club 3,4; All-County Band 3; Car-bondale Math. Competition 1.2. JO ANN MUSSO "Moose" Girls' Choir 3,4; Chorus 1,2; Tiger Times 4; Junior Play Committee 4; G.A.A. 1,2,3; Latin Club 1,2; Prom Committee 3.BETH MYERS "Gadget” Band 1,2; Girls' Choir 3; Chorus 1,2; Handbook Committee 4; Latin Club 1,2; Library Club 1,4; Prom Committee 3. VAN A. NASH Tiger Staff 4; Junior Play Committee 3; Audio-Visual Aids 1; Letterman's Club 4; Math.Club 3; Biological Science Club 2; Physical Science Club 3,4, Treas. 3; Prom Committee 3; Tennis 1,2,3,4. DIANE NEATHAMMER Chorus 2,3; F.N.A. 2; Business Ed. Club 4; Latin Club 1; Library Club 2; Prom Committee 3; Office Help 4. TIM NEWTON "Little Newt" Band 1,2,3,4; Music Listening Club 4; Prom Committee 3. SHEILA NICHOLS "Nichols" Homecoming 2,4; Cheerleader 2,3,4; Business Ed. Club 2; G.A.A. 1,2,3; Music ListeningClub 3; Prom Committee 3. SHARON NIEMIETZ F.N.A. 2,3, Treas. 3; Girls' Choir 2,3,4; Chorus 1; G.A.A. 1,2,3; Music ListeningClub 4. KAREN NISCHWITZ "Shorty" F.N.A. 2; G.A.A. 1,2,3; Latin Club 1,2; Prom Committee 3; Office Help 4. CAROLYN NOLL "Noll" Homecoming 2,4; Class Secretary 1,2; Girls' Choir 2; Chorus 1: Student Council 1,2,3,4, Vice-Pres. 4; Handbook Committee 1,2; Cheerleader 2,3,4; F.T.A. 1,2,3,4, Pres. 2,4;G.A.A. 1,2,3,4; Prom Committee 3. JO ANN O'DELL Band 1,2; F.N.A. 2;. Spanish Club 1; Prom Committee 3. BEVERLY OGLESBY "Bcv" Girls' Choir 2; Dramatics Club3,4; ACappella Choir 3,4; G.A.A. 1,2; Prom Committee 3; Office Help 3,4. PEGGY O'NEIL "Red Peg" Operetta 2,3; Chorus 1; Junior Play Committee 3; A Cappella Choir 2,3,4; G.A.A. 1,2,3,4; Latin Club 1; Math. Club 3,4; Music Listening Club 2,3,4; Physical Science Club 3,4; Prom Committee 3; Office Help 1. JUDY OSTENDORF Chorus 1,2; F.T.A. 3,4; Program Chairman 4; Photography Club 2; Spanish Club 1; Prom Committee 3. SeniorsCAROL OVERBY F.N.A. 2,3,4; Music Listening 4; Photography 1,2. LINDA OVERBY ’‘Lynn” F.N.A. 2; Junior Play 3; Business Ed. 4; F.T.A. 2; Library 3; Music Listening Club 4; Prom Committee 3; Office Help 4. DENNIS OZIER "Oz" Band 1,2,3,4; Chorus 1; French 1,2; Biological Science 4; Social Studies 3,4; Prom Committee 3; Cafeteria Help 1. SALLY PAGE Band 1,2,3,4; Chorus 1; ACappellaChoir 2,3,4; Madrigals, Girls Sextet; Latin Club 1,2; Social Studies 3,4; Sec.-Treas. 4; Prom Committee 3; All-County Band 1,2,3,4; Sight Reading Clinic 2,3,4. BARBARA PAPE F.N.A. 2,3; Chorus 2; Tiger Times 3,4; Business Ed. 2; G.A.A. 2; Latin Club 1; Prom Committee 3. ROBERT PAPE F.F.A. 2,3,4. Seniors TERRY PAUR Tiger Times 4; Photography 1; Social Studies 3,4. BARBARA PEBBLES "Pebs" F.N.A. 2,3; Tiger Times 3,4; G.A.A. 1,2; Library 1.2,3,4, Vice-Pres. 4. TONY PENELTON Football 1,2,3,4; Basketball 1,2,3,4; Letter-man's Club 1,2,4. MYRAH PIARULLI Band 1,2,3,4; F.N.A. 2; Tiger Times 3; Latin Club 1: Math. 3,4: Music Listening Club 2.3: Physical Science 4. DAVID POOS Chorus 3; Junior Play 3; Tennis 1,2,3,4; Audio-Visual Aids 1,2; A Cappclla Choir 4, Vice-Pres. 4; Letterman's Club 4; Math. 3; Biological Science 2; Physical Science 3,4, Vice-Pres. 4. RAIFORD POWELL "Ray" Basketball Team Manager 1,2,3,4; Tiger Staff 4; Audio-Visual Aids 1; A Cappella Choir 3,4; Latin Club 2; Math. Club 1; Biological Science 3,4; Prom Committee 3; Chorus 1; Operetta4. REGINA REZABEK F.N.A. 2; Chorus 1,2; Tiger Staff 4; Math. 3,4; Photography 3,4. JANICE RINGERING F.N.A. 3,4; Cafeteria Help 3. MARY ROJAK "Roach” F.H.A. 2,3,4; Social Studies 4. JOHN RUDOLPH Woodland High School, Streator, Illinois 1; Milford High School 2,3. SHARON RUSHING Chorus 1,2; French 1,2; F.H.A. 1,2;G.A.A.3,4. KATHLEEN RUPPEL Band 1,2,3,4; G.A.A. 1,2,3; F.H.A. 2,3; French 1; Prom Committee 3. DALE PRATER Football 1; F.F.A. 1,2,3,4, Sec. 4. GAIL PROBST Chorus 1,2; Tiger Times 3; F.T.A. 3; Photography 2; Spanish 1. JANE PULLIAM Homecoming 3.4; Class President 1; Vice-Pres. 2; Band 1.2,3,4, Sec. 4; F.N.A. 2, Trcas. 2: Girls’ Choir 2,3; Chorus 1; Student Council 1,2,3.4, Sec. 4; Business Ed. 4, Pres. 4; Latin Club 1, Trcas. 1: Music ListeningClub 2.3; Prom Committee 3. JUDY QUADE Band 1,2,3,4; F.N.A. 2,3; Junior Play Committee 3; Business Ed. 4; Latin Club 1,2; Math Club 4; Music Listening Club 3; Prom Committee 3. EUGENE RALSTON "Geneo" Football 1. KENNETH REA "Ken" Civic Memorial H.S. at Belthalto; Cross Country 2; Track 2. SeniorsDEE RUSSELL "Duck” Cross Country 1,2,3,4; Basketball 1,2,3,4; Biological Science 2,3. PATRICIA ANN SANDIFER "Pat” G.A.A. 2,3,4; Library 3,4; Photography 1; Spanish 2. NANCY K. SANNES "Nance" Band 1,2,3,4; F.N.A. 2; Girls' Choir 2,3; Chorus 1; A Cappella Choir 4; Spanish 1,2. SUSAN SATTERLEE "Sue" Chorus 1; G.A.A. 1,2,3,4: Library 3,4; Music Listening 1; Spanish 2. DARRELL SCHAAKE "Shock" Homecoming 1,4, Royal Escort 4; Football 1,2, 3; Cross Country 3; Basketball 1,2,3,4; Baseball 1,2,3,4; Letterman's Club 1,2,3,4, Pres. 4; Technicians 1. PEGGY SCHEIBAL "Scheib" Mazon High 1; Chorus 4; G.A.A. 4; Music Listening 4. Seniors RAYMOND A. SCHLUETER "Raymo" Football 1; Cross Country 2,3; Golf 3,4; Junior Play 3; Letterman's Club 4; Math. 1,2,3; Physical Science 1,4; Prom Committee 3. BURL SCHMIDT KENNETH SCHMIDT "Kenny" CAROL SCHRAGE Latin Club 1; Photography 2; G.A.A. 1,2; F.N.A. 2,3, Sec. 3; Cafeteria Help 2,3; Prom Committee 3; Chorus 3; Girls' Choir 4: Music Listening 3,4; Tiger Times 3,4. DORIS SCHRAMM Chorus 1,2; G.A.A. 1,2,3,4; Music Listening 1,3,4; F.N.A. 2; Prom Committee 3; Art Club 2,3,4. JENNY SCHRODT Student Council 1; Photography 2; Tiger Staff 3,4; Dramatics Club 3.4; Dramatics Club Play 3; Library Club.LARRY SCHUESSLER "Schucss" Audio-Visual Aids 1. GORDON SCHWAB DONNA SCHWEAR Student Council 2,3; Handbook Committee 3; Art Club 3,4, Sec.-Treas. 3, Pres. 4; G.A.A. 1,2,3; Music Listening Club 2; Prom Committee 3. JERRY SEDLACEK "Sed" BRUCE SHINDEL Band 1; Tiger Times 4; Social Studies 2,3,4. LINDA SHIRLEY F.N.A. 2; Business Ed. Club 2; Latin Club 1; Music Listening Club 3: Office Help 2,3,4; Cafeteria Help 3,4. Seniors RAY SICKBERT "Sick” Tiger Staff 4; Tiger Times 3,4; Junior Play 3 Junior Play Committee 3; Audio-Visual Aids 1 F.T.A. 4; Prom Committee 3; Wrestling 1,2,4 Tennis 1; Dramatics Club 3,4. SAM SKIEF Operetta 2; Chorus 1; ACappella Choir 2,3,4. SUZANNE SLAVIK Chorus 1; Tiger Staff 3,4; French Club 1,2, Vice-Pres. 2; A Cappella Choir 2,3,4; G.A.A. 1; Music Listening 1,2; Social Studies 3,4; Girls' Sextet 3,4; Madrigals 2; Operetta 4. RICHARD SONES "Dickey" RUTH ANN SPITZE F.N.A. 3; Junior Play Committee 3; F.H.A. 1,2,3,4, Degrees Chairman 4; Office Help 4. JOHN ST. JOHN "Satch" Chorus 1,2,3; Art Club 1; Technicians Club 1.2,3.KAREN STAHLHUT Band 1,2,3,4; F.N.A. 2. NANCY STEEDE ,,Steede,, F.N.A. 3,4, Program Chairman 4; Chorus 2; Tiger Times Editor 4; Junior Play Committee 3; Business Ed. Club 2; G.A.A. 2; Latin Club 1; Prom Committee 3; Office Help 2,3. NANCY STEELMAN "Nanc" F.N.A. Club 3.4; Tiger Times 3.4; F.T.A.Club 1,2,3,4; G.A.A. 1,2,3,4; Prom Committee 3; Cafeteria Help 3,4. BETTY STEIN Homecoming 4; Cheerleader, Jr. Varsity 3, Varsity 4; Art Club 3,4, Historian 4; G.A.A. 2,3,4; Latin Club 1,2; Prom Committee 3; Office Help 2; Class Treasurer 3. ROBERT STEINMEYER F.F.A. 1,2,3,4, Vice-President 4; Wrestling3, 4 . PATRICIA STEPHENSON "Pat" F.H.A. 1,2,3,4, Vice-President 4; Cafeteria Help 1.2,3.4. Seniors RONNIE STEVENS Spanish Club 1,2,3. VIRGINIA STOCES "Stuch" Chorus 1; Student Council 4; Junior Play Committee 3; G.A.A. 1,2,3,4, Historian 4; Latin Club 1,2; Music Listening Club 3,4; Prom Committee 3. WILLIAM STOCES "Bill" Football 1,2; Baseball 1,2,3,4; Audio-Visual Aids 1,2; Letterman's Club 4; Math. Club 2,3; Physical Science Club 1. ROGER STUNKEL ALVIN SUESS "Al" St. Paul HighSchool 1,2; Baseball 2,3; Cafeteria Help 4. CLINTON TABERRICHARD THOMPSON Aviation Club 1,2; Physical Science Club 1. DONNA TRABAND F.N.A. 2,3,i; G.A.A, 1,2; Spanish Club 1,2,3; Junior Play Committee 3; Prom Committee 3; Office Help 2,3,4. JOAN TREBING Art Club 1; G.A.A. 2; Chorus 2; Girls'Choir 3; Music Listening Club 4. SANDRA TREBING "Sandy” Music Listening Club 2,3; Art Club 4. JACKIE TURNER Football 1,2,3,4; Track 1,2,3; Basketball 1,2; Wrestling 3,4, 1st Sectional, 2nd District. NANCY TURNER Chorus 1; Girls' Choir 2; ACappellaChoir 3,4; Music Listening Club 2,3,4; G.A.A. 2,3. Seniors RONALD UNTERBRINK "Ron" PAT VADALABENE Class Treasurer 2; Chorus 1 .Girls'Choir2,3; A Cappella Choir 4; Music Listening Club 2,3,4; Spanish Club 1; F.N.A. 2; Junior Play Committee 3; Prom Committee 3. GERALD VIETH F.F.A. 1,2,3,4. KAREN WADLOW Chorus 1,2; Library Club 2; G.A.A. 1,2,3,4. BOBBY WAUGH Homecoming 2,4; Cross Country 1,2,3,4; Basketball 1,2,3,4; Baseball 1,2,3,4; Letterman's Club 4, Treasurer; Math. Club 3; Music Listening Club 3,4; Prom Committee 3. ELAINE WEBER G.A.A. 1,2,3,4; Photography Club 1,2; Prom Committee 3; Math. Club 3,4; Music Listening Club 4.JUDY W EC KM AN Class Treasurer 1; Chorus 1; Girls' Choir 2; A Cappella Choir 3,4; F.N.A. 2,3,4, Vice-President 4; Latin Club 1; G.A.A. 1,2,3,4, Pres. 4; Junior Play 3; Music Listening Club 3,4; Prom Committee 3. SUZANNE WEHMEYER "Susie" F.N.A. 4; Girls’ Choir 2,4; Tiger Staff 3,4; Junior Play Prompter 3; F.T.A. 1; G.A.A. 1,2, 3,4, Point Chairman 4; Music ListeningClub2; Photography Club 4; Prom Committee 3. BOBBY WEILER NANCY VVEISHAUPT Chorus 1; Girls' Choir 2; A Cappella Choir 3,4; F.N.A. 2,3,4, Point Chairman 3, President 4; Student Council 4; Tiger Staff 3,4, Editor 4; Junior Plav Prompter 3; Dramatics Club 3,4; Madrigals 4; F.T.A. 1; G.A.A. 1,2,3.4; Music Listening Club 2; Prom Committee 3. TOM WELLS ROBERT WELLS "Bob" Technicians Club 1,2; Tennis 1,2; Wrestling2; Junior Play Student Director 3; Math. Club 2,3,4; Biological Science Club 3; Physical Science Club 4. Seniors BARBARA WHITE Wood River High School 1,2,3. CHARLOTTE WILSON Spanish Club 1,2; F.N.A.2,3; PhotographyClub 3; F.T.A. 4. ROBERT H. WISE Chorus 1,2; A Cappella Choir 3,4; Technicians Club 1,2. JOE WISNASKY Band 1,2. BILL WOOD Baseball 1; Latin Club 1,2; Wrestling 3,4, Team Manager 2; Music Listening Club 4; Spanish Club 3; Prom Committee 3. JIM WOODS "Herman" Band 1,2,3,4, Treasurer 4; Football 1,2,3,4; Basketball 1, Track 3; Tiger Staff 4; Dramatics Club 4; Photography Club 1,2; Technicians Club 1,2,3,4; Treasurer 4.NELSON YOUNG Chorus 1,2,3; Technicians Club 1,2. DIANE JONES "Di" Chorus 1,2; LatinClub 1; SpanishClub2; G.A.A. 1,2,3. SENIORS NOT PICTURED: Beverly Andrews Martha Bush Margie Dickey John Donald Larry Flaugher Harriet Zoeller CLIFFORD McCABE, who would have graduated with the Class of '61, was a quiet and cooperative student. He is greatly missed by his fellow classmates. Seniors Dinner,studies, and conversation engage Barry Beaman, Dave Poos, Charles Hellinger, Van Nash, Noel Lane, Jeff Collins, and Kit Blackmore.PERSONALITY - Sheila Nichols and Bob Waugh LEADERSHIP - Benny Isselhardt and Jane Pulliam Senior Personalities These seniors were selected by their classmates because of outstanding ability in the fields which they represent. TALENT - Charles Baumann and Suzanne Slavik CITIZENSHIP - Linda Marks and Mark HorstmanSCHOLARSHIP - Barbara Dodds and Jack Cherry ATHLETIC ABILITY - Tony Penelton and Carolyn Noll SERVICE - Jane Guthrie and Bob Ashauer PAGE SPONSORS BRUCE FIGENBAUM INS. AGENCY E. P. SCHNEIDER FUNERAL HOME SCHMIDT'S TIN SHOP TED'S MARKET U-WASHEE LAUNDROMAT 1 18Dianne Alberter Sue Alexander Barbara Allen Terry Ambuehl Ronald Aubrecht Karen Bardelmeier Larry Barth Tom Barton David Bast Jack Bayer Kathleen Beimfohr Terry Benjey Junior class officers are LaVerne Wallace, treasurer, Carol Knibb, secretary, Eldon Frisse, president, and Barbara Culler, vice president. Juniors Sherry Bennette Virginia Bernhardt Conrad Blackburn Kit Blackmore Sandra Blake Gerald Blase Tom Blixen David Boccaleoni Darlene Boda Mary Bolin Joe Bradshaw Bill Brase Phil Brave Barb Brockmeier Kenneth Brockmeier Leslie Brown Becky Brown Karen Buckingham Clara Buckley David Buhr 119 ¥ • Jim Burgess George Burnham Robert Burnham Ann Burrus Carol Butcher Ben Calvert Bonnie Carnaghi Mary Carter Bob Carter Bill Catalano Gregg Chalcraft Sue Chester Mike Childres John Clark Marla Clayton Bill Cochran David Cochran Donna Coffman Dave Correll Norma Crabtree Juniors Carl Wetzel enjoys E.H.S. water. Richard Crabtree Robert Cunningham Nancy Dain Kathryn David Helen Dean Paul Dilling Tim Douglas Sue Dustman Nola Elledge Janet Engelke Harold Ernst Mickey EvansCarole Fensterman Shirley Foehrkalb David Forguson Elaine Freese Ronald Frey Eldon Frisse Linda Fruth Delores Fry Robert Gehner Sharon Gieseking Sara Golinveaux Susan Golinveaux Bill Brasc, Gerald Blase, and Dave Correll hold an intellectual conversation before leaving school. Sue Grebel Robert Grinstead Barbara Guller Dennis Gusewelle Richard Gusewelle Juniors Larry Hale Eugene Handshy Wayne Hanvey Eugene Harris Gene Harrison Christina Hartmann Bill Hazelhorst Peggy He 1 linger Becky Hell rung David Helm Russell Helmich Lyndel Helmkamp Robert Helmkamp Karen Henke Steve Henke 121 Karen Henry Paulette Henry Sharon Henry Tom Hesdra Sandra Hillis Bob Hlavsa Rita Hodapp Carol Holmes Bill Hoppe Pat Horsburgh Janey Hotz Richard Housen Steve Hutcherson Linda Hydron Jackie Jackson Gary Jennings Lana Jobe Edith Johnson Naomi Jurgena Sandra Kayser Juniors Ray Kerkemeyer Janet Kessinger Don Kessman Becky Hellrung and Barb Brockmeier try to finish their meals before the bell rings. Bob Ketterlin Sharon Key Ellen Klueter Carol Knibb Lois Koch Joel Koen Ralph Koenig Robert Kretschmer Steve KribbsSusan Kriege Tom Kroeger Dennis Kubicek Kitty Kulp Karen Kurmann Dave Lambert Sandra Lambert Larry Landers Arlyn Lange Dave Lambert shows "Stretch" Kretschmer and Shirley Foehrkalb where Edwardsville is located on the map. Rose Ann Laswell Harry Lawrence Barth Legate Juniors Allen Leopold Karla Leu Dorothy Lexow Ann Little Charles Little Roger Long Tom Lovsey Pat Luber Mary Ludwig Jim Lueders Terry Lynn Larry Madison Mike Mainer Ronnie Malone Jim Mareing Arthur Martin Kent Martin Lucille Martin Jerry McCalla Dick McDonough 123Linda McGhee Dennis McNeilly Gay Meffert Lucinda Meyer Vernon Meyer Glen Miller Jo Minner Kenneth Moehle Bernie Morton John Mottar Karen Neidhardt Theresa Nicholson Robert Nothdurft David Novak Blanche Owens Jim Owens Duane Pacey Mary Paproth John Parker John Patterson Sandra Pierce Bill Pilger Jerry Prott Juniors Betty Pyle Joyce Ralston Mike Ranek Dave Cochran, Tom Barton, Bob Carter, Dennis Gusewelle, and Nancy Dain assist Linda Fruth get a drink of water. Jim Raulston Tony Regina Bruce Reid Barbara Reiter Teddye Reynolds Irene RhodesPaul Rice Tom Richards Nancy Ringering Bob Rinkel Mary Robien Fred Rood Gordon Rose Marvin Sandrin Nancy Schipkowski Dan Schmid Jerry Schmid Dan Schmidt Jim Burgess and Dick Small visit with each other during their lunch hour. Juniors Alana Schneider Duane Schrage Janice Schuessler Ruth Schultz Gary Schumacher David Schwartzkopf Bonnie Scott Carolyn Shaw Richard Simmons Wayne Singleton Charles Sisson Rudolph Slemer Richard Small Jim Smith George Snyder Ruth Solter Mary Sower Mary Ann Spengle Janet Stahlut Roy Stahlut 125Linda Steelman Mary Stoces Linda Struckhoff Robert Swiecicki Janice Thompson Phyllis Tormohlen Lee Transue Carol Treat Russ Treat Mike Trojahn Pat Van Huss Otis Vaughn Rick Vieth Ken Wahl LaVerne Wallace Ed Washington Sue Weeks Walter Weeks David Werner Jim West Judy West Bob West Carl Wetzel Georgie Wheelock Ed Wiemers Jane Wilharm Lola Wilkening Pat Willets David Woll Juniors Ben Wood Willford Yates Rae Yehling Jim Young Richard Zeisset Hattie Sue Carpenter Roy Jenkins Tom Morris 1 26ROW ONE: Robert Agles, Mary Lynn Albl, Floyd Anderson, Diane Appelquist, Gloria Ashauer, Mary Jo Ashauer. ROW TWO: Rex Aton, Kathy Baird,Carol Barr, Janet Bartels, Dennis Bast, Virginia Beckmann. ROW THREE: June Bender, Errol Berleman, Judi Kay Bess, John Bettman, Brenda Bickell, Mary Ann Boda. ROW FOUR: Dale Bode, Barbara Boland, Homer Bollman, Sharon Bond, Shirley Bothman, Wayne Boren. SOPHOMORE CLASS OFFICERS President..................................KentWildman Vice-President .....................Steve Nuernberger Secretary ............................ Carol Loebach Treasurer..................................Denny Caulk Sophomores ROW ONE: Betty Boyd, James Braddy, Leroy Brase. ROW TWO: Roger Buchta, Dennis Burgess, Geraldine Burgett. ROW THREE: Ronnie Burian, Edward Campbell, Clifton Carpenter. CREAMERY CO.HOW ONE: Hattie Sue Carpenter, Kenneth Cassens, Roger Cates, Denny Caulk, William Caulk. Rita Cernv. ROW TWO: William Cerny, David Champion, Ron Chlibec, Michael Clarkin, Janice Clevenger, Carolyn Considine. ROW THREE: Phyllis Cooper, Roger Cottrell, Sharon Culbertson, Mike Crane, JohnCwan. ROW FOUR: Carmen Deist, Thomas Detienne. Janet Dettmer, Larry Dilling, Arlene Dinwiddle, Nancy Drda. Sophomores The basketball scoreboard for Madison's game is being arranged by Tiger manager Denny Caulk. THE BANK OF EDWARDSVILLE ROW ONE: Bill Dresch, Sue Drocgc, John Dutton. ROW TWO: Joe Easley, Nancy Eilers. ROW THREE: Ronnie Ellis, Judy Ellsworth, Sharon Engelke. ROW ONE: Dennis Erb, James Erb, Leilana Etzkorn, John Farmer, Dale Farrington, John Feldman. ROW TWO: Charles Felton,Carolyn Fiegenbaum, Donna Fields, Tom Fife, Pamela Finney, Joe Flynn. ROW THREE: Gloria Foster, Carolyn Franke, Ruth Ann Franke, Michael Gallagher, Kenneth Garwood, Barbara Gengler. ROW FOUR: Donald Gibbs, George Going, Sharon Gould, Barbara Gremer, Dianne Gunther, Carol Gusewelle. Sophomores Kent DeConcini and Dave Champion wait for the bell to ring! ROW ONE: Richard Gusewelle, Ronald Gusewelle, Barbara Hale. ROW TWO: Preston Hall, Kenneth Hamby, Judy Harris. ROW THREE: Darrell Harrison, Vicki Hartley, Jack Hartzel.Judy Harris and Leilana Etzkorn show us their modern dance routine for P.E. class. ROW ONE: Janet Head, Richard Helm, Wayne Henderson. ROW TWO: Floyd Henke, Judy Henke, James Henry. ROW THREE: Mary Jo Henry, Kenneth Heuer. Brad Hofeditz. EDWARDSVILLE AUTO DEALERS ASSOC. Sophomores tOW ONE: Robert Hlldenstein, Terry Holder, Dennis ioltman, Tom Hoover, Wayne Horton, James Howard. ROW TWO: Patricia Hubbard, David Huck, Rick Hunter, Kay Hyten, Vlaxine Isenberg, Carol Isselhardt. ROW'THREE: Marcella Jackson, Thalia Jason, Stephen Jegel, Frances Jenkins, Glenn Jenne, Clinton Jennings. ROW FOUR: Elra Johnston, Patricia Jones, William Jones, Robert Kappler, Karen Kesl, Donna Kessinger.ROW ONE: Patricia Kibikas, Ronald Klaas, Roger Koch. ROW TWO: Ruth Koch,Gary Kotva, Kay Kricger. ROW THREE: Carolyn Kuethe, Candace Ladd, Janice Lambert. I In the biology lab Lanny Sumner tests for bacteria traces. Sophomores EDWARDSVILLE NATIONAL BANK AND TRUST CO. ROW ONE: Andris Landreth, Gary Levi, Jane Lieneman, Barbara Ligon, Carole Jean Loebach, Dan Magruder. ROW TWO: Galen Mangers, Dick Marti, Eldon Martin, Nancy Martin, Pat Maynard. ROW THREE: Kathleen McKee, Susan McLean, Ray Lee Meier, Melody Meister, Conny Menoni, Wayne Metzger. ROW FOUR: Melody Meyer, Terry Meyer, Stephen Mihalic, Sharon Miller, Denaire Modine, Glenn Moody.ROW ONE: Judy Mory, Robert Nelson, Robert Nothdurft, Steve Nurenberger, Carolyn Nunnally, Richard O'Conner. ROW TWO: Kathleen O'Dell, Michael O'Hare, Darrell Pape, Sharon Pape, Robert Paproth. Patricia Parker. ROW THREE: Wayne Peck, Carrie Penelton, Barbara Perry, Lawrence Perry, Kathryn Pike, Patricia Poneta. ROW FOUR: Sandra Powell, David Prater, Vicki Pratt, Lonny Primas, Darrell Prior, Robert Pulliam. RICHARD'S BRICK CO. Sophomores Carolyn Koethe and Larrv Landers work out their algebra problems at the board while Larrv Dilling and Gloria Foster study at their seats. ROW ONE: Kathleen Reiter, Richard Robinson, Robert Rohrkastc. ROW TWO: Judy Ruehrup, Jennifer Ruhl, Marian Rushing. ROW THREE: Toby Scarborough, Larry Schaake, Myron Schaake.ROW ONE: Carolyn Schaefer, Linda Schaefer, Paul Schmidt, Ronald Schmidt, Sandra Schmidt, Sharon Seibert. ROW TWO: Tony Shimunek, KatherineShindel, Mary Sido, Mary Sisson, Richard Slemer, Earl Snyder. ROW THREE: Karen AnnStahlhut, Joyce Stegall, Mary Steinmeyer, Mary Ellen Stephenson, James Stepson, Sharon Stevens. ROW FOUR: Judith Stillc, Roman Stolcis, Jean Stolze, Carol Strader, Annedith Strange, Skip Stubbs. Sophomores FLORIST'S MUTUAL LEGATE'S MODERN MOTEL In health class Rita Cerny and Carol Fiegenbaum point out the bone structure of the body. ROW ONE: Lanny Sumner, Bernadine Svoboda, Don Svoboda. ROW TWO: James Thatcher, Mary Ann Tomlinson, Sharon Traband. ROW THREE: John Trent, Barbara Turner, Shirley Turner.I I Billy Caulk and John Cwan study for semester tests. SMITH’S SEWING SHOP SUHRE’S FURNITURE AND APPLIANCE, INC. SIXTY-SIX BOWL WOODLAWN GARDENS WEEKE WHOLESALES CO. WESTERN AUTO ASSOC. P.N. HIRSCH CO. PERSONALITY BEAUTY SHOP ROW ONE: Nadine Unger, Kenneth Vanek, Allan Vest. ROW TWO: Walter Volentine, Darlene Vieth, Michael Wahl. ROW THREE: Margie Watson, Kathy Weber, Mina Lou Wehling. Sophomores ROW ONE: Carole Wehmeyer, Donald Weishaupt, James Werner, Harold Westbrook, Joyce Westbrook. ROW TWO: Karen Whatley, Mary Jane Wiechman, Kathryn Wieduwi It, Kenneth Wiese, Robert Wilcox. ROW THREE: Kent Wildman, Alvin Wilkening, Ina Wilkening, Donna Yates, Rosemary Young, Sandy Boettger. ROW FOUR: Carol Ziegler, David Zimmer, Bonnie Zimmerman, Robert Zwick, Ed Brown, Betty Greear.Student Index Brown, Les 3 . . . . 120 Brown, Rebecca 3 . . . . . 52,61,120 Brown. Roland 4 . . . 98 Breuggeman, Ray 4 . . 53,98 Buchta, Neil 4 98 Buchta, Roger 2 . . . 52,127 Buckingham, Karen 3 . . . 56,76,120 Buckley, Clara 3 ... 6 ,56,61,74,76,120 Buhr, David 3 120 Bultman, Lee 4 . . . . 78,98 Bunte, Connie 4 ... . . . 58,76,120 Burgdorf, Sandra 4 . . . 53,76,98 Burgess, Dennis 2 . . 127 Burgess, James 3 . . . 121 Burgett, Geraldine 2 . 127 Burian, Ronald 2 . . . 127 Burnett, Shirley 4 . . . . . 58,62,76,98 Burnham, George 3 . . . . . 9.42,43,44 47,71,121 Burnham, Robert 3 . . . . . 25,71,121 Burrus, Ann 3 ... 25,34,61,76,121 Burton, Donald 4 . . . 98 Busch, Darrell 4 . . . , 69,98 Bush, Martha 4 . . . . 98 Butcher, Carol 3 . . . . 121 Calvert, Ben 3 . . . . . 71,121 Calvert, Rae 4 .... 98 Campbell Ed 2 54,127 Carnaghi, Bonnie 3 . . 56,61,76,77,121 Carnaghi, Jim 4 . . . . . . 58,76,99 Carpenter, Clifton 2 . 127 Carpenter, Hattie Sue 2 128 Cassens, Kenny 2 . . . 73,128 Carter, Mary 3 . . . . 121 Carter. Robert 3 . . . .... 73,121 Carter, Tona 4 . . . . 18,20,72,76,99 Catalano, Billy 3 . . . . . 40,76,121 Catalano, Dot 4 . . . . . . . 57,76,98 Cates, Rogers 2 . . . . 128 Caulk, Denny 2 ... 22, 44,54,62,73,128 Caulk, Donna 4 ... . . . 56,76.99 Caulk, Marlene 4 . . . 22,58,61,75,99 Caulk, William 2 ... . .... 54,128 Cerny, Pat 4 . . . 57,75,76 Cerny, Rita 2 76,128 SCHOOL NURSE, Mrs. Brennan, finds Lee Transue's and Conrad Blackburn's TB. skin test cards. Edwardsville fans cheer on the team at the Kirkwood game. Abert, Larry 4 65,94 Agles, Robert 2 ... 38,41,74,127 Alberter, Dianne 3 . . 58,61,67,76,120 Albl, Bill 4 ...................94 Albl, Mary 2 ...............54,127 Alexander, Elaine 4 . . 58,60,67,76 82,94 Alexander, Sue 3 .... 9,25,52,58 66,120 Allen, Barbara 3 56,120 Ambuehl, Terry 3................76,120 Anderson, Floyd 2..................127 Anderson, Joan 4 . . . 62,66,79,82.94 Andrews. Beverly 4.................116 Appelquist, Diane 2 . . 52,60,66,74,127 Ashauer, Gloria 2..................127 Ashauer, Mary Jo 2 .... 60,66,127 Ashauer, Robert 4. .18,77,78,82,95,118 Aton, Rex 2 ............52,71,127 Aubrecht, Ronald 3 . . 38.47,52,120 Bade, Donald 4 69.95 Baird, Kathy 2 .......... 60,66,71,127 Baird, Sally 4 24,26,38,66 71,73,82,94,95 Bangert, Carol 4 ... 18,58,66,76,95 Bardelmeier, Karen 3...............120 Barnes, Barbara 4 60,75,95 Barr, Carol 2 ........ 52,60,66,74,127 Bartels, Faye 4.....................95 Bartels, Janet 2 ........... 54,68,127 Bartels, Judy 4 67,96 Barth, Larry 3..................11,120 Barton, Toni 3................. 74,120 Bast, David 3......................120 Bast, Dennis 2 127 Bauer, David 4......................96 Baumann, Charles 4 .... 13,24,29 53,58,78,96,117 Bayer, Jack 3 38,40,73,120 Bazaillion, Lester 4................96 Beaman, Barry 4..................65,96 Becker, Joan 4 67,96 Beckmann, Virginia 2............68,127 Beimfohr, Kathleen 3 ... 56,76,120 Bender, Freddie 4 58,96 Bender, June 2 127 Benjey, Terry 3.................71,120 Bennette, Sherri 3 ... 22,25,66,76 83,120 Berleman, Errol 2 127 Bernhardt, Virginia 3 ... 56,67,120 Bess, Carole 4.......................96 Bess, Judi 2.....................60,127 Bettman, John 2 . . . . 52,54,74,77,127 Betts, Lillie 4 57,67,96 Betts, Marion 4 38,78,96 Beutel, Virginia 4 ...............96 Bickell, Brenda 2 ........ 54,76,127 Blackburn, Conrad 3 38,120 Blackmore, Kit 3 ............ 58,62,120 Blake, Sandra 3 25,52,58,60 61.66.76.120 Blase, Gerald 3.....................120 Blase, Joyce 4.......................96 Blixen, Kathy 4 ............ 78,94,97 Blixen, Tom 4....................71,120 Boccaleoni, David 3.................120 Boccaleoni, Kathy 4 .... 53,67,97 Boda, Charles 4 97 Boda, Darlene 3.....................120 Boda, Mary Ann 2.................73,127 Bode, Dale 2 52,54,66,127 Boehm, Dennis 4......................97 Boettger, Sandy 2 Bohnenstiehl, David Boland, Barbara 2................74,127 Bolin, Mary 3 61,67,120 Bollman, Homer 2 127 Bond, Sharon 2 60,66,127 Boner, John 4 58,75,97 Bonser, Anita 4 56,76,97 Boren, Nancy 4.......................97 Boren, Wayne 2......................127 Bothman, Shirley 2 . . 60,62,66,127 Boyd, Betty 2 54,127 Braddy, James 2 77,127 Bradley, George 4 66,77,80 Bradshaw, Joe 3 120 Brakhane, Leroy 4 58,76,97 Brase, Leroy 2...................52,127 Brase, William 3 69,120 Bratten, James 4 64,76,97 Brave, Phillip 3.................71,120 Brethorst, Carol 4 73,97 Brockmeier, Barbara 3 . . . 25,34,61 62.66.76.120 Brockmeier, Kenneth 3 .... 69,120 Brown, Ed 2.........................134 Brown, James 4 ............ 53,74,78,98 Brown, Larry 4 ............. 53,58,74,98Paul Mory knows the answers in English Essentials! Mr. Day models his new sweatshirt. Cerny, William 2..............38,41,128 Chalcraft, Gregg 3 .......... 38,73,121 Champion, David 2 ... . 38,41,64,128 Cherry, Jack 4 . . . 52,58,71,82,99,118 Cherry, Jill 4 ... 12,53,62,72,75,99 Chester, Sue 3 121 Chlibec, Ronnie 2...................128 Childres, Mike 3 121 Clark, John 3....................76,121 Clarkin, Mike 2 74,128 Clayton, John 4......................99 Clayton, Marla 2.................68,121 Clevenger, Janice 2..............54.128 Cochran, Dave 3 . . 42,43,74,76,121 Cochran, William 3 .......... 25,76,121 Coffman, Donna 3 .... 58,61,76,121 Collins, Jeff 4 .... 53,71,82,99 Connors, Ken 4 46,78,99 Considine, Carolyn 2 ... 74,79,128 Cooper, Barbara 4 .... 75,79,99 Cooper, Phyllis 2 68,128 Cornwell, Carole 4 ... 74,77,80,100 Correll, Dave 3 . . 52,58,74,75,82,121 Cottrell, Roger 2...................128 Crabtree, Norma 3...................121 Crabtree, Richard'3 . . . 42,47,73,121 Cralley, Joyce 4 53,76,100 Crane, Mike 2.......................128 Culbertson, Sharon 2................128 Cunningham, Robert 3................121 Cwan, John 2.....................71,128 Dain, Nancy 3 67,82,121 Dalhaus, Richard 4..................100 David, Kathryn 3....................121 Davis, Mary 4 .... 56,74.75,76,100 Dean, Helen 3 . . . 25,61.67,77,83,121 Dean, Jim 4 8,71,100 De Concini, Ken 2 128 Deist, Carmen 2..................66,128 Detienne, Thomas 2..................128 Dettmer, Janet 2 . . . 54,60,74,76,128 Dickey, Margie 4 ... 60,67,76,100 Dilling, Larry 2 38,41,128 Dilling, Paul 3 121 Dinwiddie, Arlene 2..............68,128 Dodds, Barbara 4 .......... 53,58,61,77 78,82,100,118 Donald, John 4 . . . . 100 Douglas, Tim 3 . . . . 6,121 Drda, Leonard 4 . . . . . . 22,45,78,100 Drda, Nancy 2 .... . . . 66,77,128 Dresch, Bill 2 .... 128 Dresch, Pat 4 .... ...... 75,100 Droege, Sue 2 .... 22,54,72,74,128 Dustman, Sue 3 ... . . . 61,67,121 Dutton, John 2 . . . . . 54,64,65,128 Eaker, Dan 2 Easley, Joe 2 128 Eberhart, Joann 4 . . . . . 18,29,80,100 Ellers, Nancy 2 . . . , . . 54,60,66,128 Elledge, Nola 3 . . . . 121 Ellis, Ronnie 2 . . . . 128 Ellsworth, Judy 2 . . . 54,60,66,76,128 Ellsworth, Steve 4 . . . 100 Engelke, Janet 3 . . . 121 Engelke, Sharon 2 . . .... 54,128 Erb, Dennis 2 .... 129 Erb, James 2 , . . . . 74,129 Erb, Lola 4 .... 59,60,67,76,100 Ernst, Harold 3 ... 71,121 Eson, Thomas 4 . . . .... 77,100 Etzkorn, Leilana 2 . . . 52,54,55,68,129 Evans, Mickey 3 . . . 121 Farmer, John 2 ... 129 Farrington, Dale 2 . . . . 52,54,71,129 Feaman, Sharon 4 . . .... 67,101 Feldman, Janet 4 . . . . . . . 71,101 Feldman, John 2 ... 129 Feldman, Sharon 4 . . 73,101 Felton, Charles 2 . . . . . . 54,64,129 Fensterman, Carole 3 76,122 Fiegenbaum, Carolyn 2 . . 60,66,129 Fields, Donna 2 . . . . . 54,74,76,129 Fife. Tom 2 129 File, Dave 4 . 52,59,71,101 Fink, Ed 4 101 Finney, Pamela 2 . . . . . 62,66,74,129 Fish, Jerry 4 . 8,38,48,78,101 Fitch, Jim 4 101 Fitzpatrick, Pat 4 . . . 73,101 Flannery, Ronnie 4 . . 101 Flaugher, Larry 4 . . . 101 Fleming, Lee 4 . . . . .... 76,101 Flynn, Joe 2 129 Foehrkalb, Shirley 3............61,122 Forguson, Dave 3 ........... 25,76,122 Foster, Gloria 2 54,68,129 Foster, Nancy 4 58,76,101 Franke, Carolyn 2 . . . 54,60,73,76,129 Franke, Ruth Ann 2 .... 54,76,129 Freese, Elaine 3 67,122 Frey, Ronald 3 122 Frisse, Carole 4 101 Frisse, Eldon 3 .... 22,38,47,58 62.73.76.122 Fruth, Linda 3 22,25,58,61 66.74.76.122 Fry, Delores 3 75,122 Gagliardo, Jerry 4 102 Gallagher, Mike 3...............64,129 Gallagher, Sharon 4 . . . 12,58,61,102 Garwood, Kenneth 2.................129 Garde, Mary E. 4.............12,75,102 Garde, Mary Lou 4 . . . 52,75,82,102 Garde, Patrick 4 76,102 Gehner, Robert 3 122 Gengler, Barbara 2 . . 54,60,74,75,129 Gerber, Mary 4 Gibbs, Donald 2 .... 52.54,76,129 Gieseking, Sharon 3................122 Glass, John 2 Goebel, Charles 4 102 Going, George 2 .... 52,54,71,129 Gould, Sharen 2 129 Grazier, Ed 4 102 Grebel, Mary 4 52,75,103 Grebel, Sue 3 67,76,122 Greear, Betty 2....................134 Gremer, Barbara 2...............67,129 Grinstead, Bob 3................74,122 Guller, Barbara 3 ......... 9,52,58,61 62,71,122 Gunther, Diane 2 .... 54,60,77,129 Gusewelle, Carol 2.................129 Gusewelle, Dennis 3................122 Gusewelle, Richard 3............69,122 Gusewelle, Richard 2............44,129 Gusewelle, Ronald 2.............69,129 Guthrie. Jane 4 . . . 57,62,66,76,94,118 Hale, Barbara 2....................129 Hale, Larry 3 58,122Hall, Preston 2 129 Hamby, Kenneth 2...................129 Hammond, Randy 4 Handshy, Eugene 3...............69,122 Hanks, Jim 4 102 Hansen, Jim 4 53,76,78,102 Hanvey, Wayne 3.................76,122 Harris, Diane 4 52,55,75,102 Harris, Eugene 3...................122 Harris, Judy 2 ... . 52,54,66,76,129 Harris, Robert 4 103 Harrison, Darrell 2................129 Harrison, Gene 3 .... 52,75,76,122 Hartley, Dennis 4..................103 Hartley, Terry 4 11,103 Hartley, Vicki 2................60,129 Hartman, Christina 3 61,122 Hartzel, Jack 2 38,41,129 Hartzel, William 4 103 Hazelhorst, William 3..............122 Hazzard, Jo Ann 4 .......... 57,76,103 Head, Janet 2 54,60,76,130 Hellinger, Charles 4 53,103 Hellinger, Peggy 3 .... 56,76,122 Hellrung, Becky 3 . . . . 52,56,76,122 Helm, Dave 3 71,122 Helm, Richard 2 ... 52,62,71,130 Helmich, Russell 3 . . . 38,65,73,122 Helmkamp, Lyndel 3 . . . . 58,64,122 Helmkamp, Robert 3..............64,122 Henderson, Wayne 2 130 Hendricks, Sharon 4................103 Henke, Delores 4 12,103 Henke, Floyd 2 69,130 Henke, Judy 2 88,130 Henke, Karen 3 11,68,83,122 Henke, Steve 3 52,122 Henry, James 2 130 Henry, Karen 3 76,123 Henry, Mary 2 76,130 Henry, Paulette 3..................123 Henry, Sharon 3 ............... 76,123 Hesdra, Thomas 3...................123 Heuer, Kenneth 2 69,130 Hildenstein, Bob 2 ... . 38,64,74,130 Hillis, Sandra 3...................123 Hlavsa, Robert 3 123 Hodapp, Rita 3 123 Hofeditz, Barbara 4 .... 53,55,61 67,82,103 Hofeditz, Brad 2 . . . 52,54,71,76,130 Holder, Terry 2 130 Holliday, Dannielle 4 . . . 12,77,82,103 Holmes, Carol 3 7,52,61,71, 74,76,82,123 Holshouser, Jerry 4.................80,103 Holtman, Dennis 2..................130 Hoover, Thomas 2 ..................... 52,77,130 Hoppe, Bill 3 .................. 52,73,123 Horsburgh, Pat 3 . . . 56,61,66,74,123 Horstman, Mark 4 ... 62,71,103,117 Horton, Wayne 2 130 Hotz, Janey 3 7,61,73,123 Housen, Rich 3 .................123 Howard, James 2 .................64,130 Howes, Ronnie 4........................104 Hubbard, Pat 2......................76,130 Huck, Dave 2 130 Hughes, Barbara 4...................75,104 Hunter, Beth 4 . . . 24,53,58,78,82,104 Hunter, Rick 2.........................130 Hurst, Janet 4......................67,104 Hutcherson, Steve 3.................69,123 Hydron, Linda 3 123 Hyten, Kay 2 ................ 60,66,74,130 Isenburg, Maxine 2 .... 54,67,130 Isenburg, Ruth Mae 4 Isselhardt, Benny 4 . . 62,76,78,104,117 Isselhardt, Carol 2 ............ 60,77,130 Isselhardt, Leone 4 ............ 56,76,104 Jackson, Jackie 3 ... 56,61,76,123 Jackson, Jim 4......................64,104 Jackson, Marcella 2....................130 Jason, Thalia 2 54,130 Jegel, Diane 4 74,75,104 Jegel, Steve 2 ... 52,54,64,77,130 Jenkins, Francis 2.....................130 Jenkins, Roy 3.........................123 Jenne, Glenn 2 ... . 52,54,71,74,130 Jennings, Clinton 2....................130 Jennings, Gary 3....................74,123 Jobe, Lana 3 67,123 Johnson, Edith 3 56,61,123 Johnston, Bootsie 2 .... 54,76,130 Jones, Bobby 2 64 Jones, Diane 4 Jones, Patty 2 . . . 52,54,55,66,76,130 Jones, William 2 130 Jumper, Margie 4 . . . . 61,67,76,104 Jurgena, Naomi 3 .52,123 Kappler, Robert 2 .69,130 Kassing, Charlotte 4 104 E. H. S. Cheerleaders lead the fans in a yell for the Tigers. Kassing, Jeanne 4 75,104 Kayser, Sandra 3 . Keith, Billy 4 . . . . 69,104 Kerkemeyer, Ray 3 . 123 Kesl, Karen 2 ... . 52,54,66,76,130 Kessinger, Donna 2 . . . 54,60,130 Kessinger, Janet 3 Kessman, Donald 3 123 Ketterlin, Bob 3 . . . . . 38,73,74,123 Key, Sharon 3 ... . 56,61,67,76,123 Kibikas, Pat 2 . . . . 60,66,73,131 Kinder, Mickey 4 . . Klass, Ronald 2 . . . Klueter, Ellen 3 . . . Knibb, Carol 3 . . . 22,52,56,66,76,123 Kock, Lois 3 76,123 Koch, Roger 2 ... 131 Koch, Ruth 2 . . . . 131 Koen, Joel 3 . . . . 123 Koenig, Ralph 3 . . . . . 42,47,69,123 Kooker, Barbara 4 . . 25,52.61,62.71,76 Kotva, Gary 2 . . 22,52,56,66,76,123 Kretschmer, Robert 3 .... 66,123 Kribs, Steve 3 ... 123 Kriege, Sue 3 ... 56,61,62,67,76,124 Krieger, Kay 2 ... . . 54,60,76,131 Kroeger, Tom 3 . . 124 Kubicek, Dennis 3 52,124 Kubicek, Ronald 4 . . 22,78,94,105 Kubicek, Roy 4 . . . . . . 38,78,105 Kuethe, Carolyn 2 . . 60,131 Kulp, Kitty 3 . . . . . 58,76,82,124 Kurman, Karen 3 . . . . 52,61,74,124 Kurman, Richard 4 . 105 Ladd, Candy 2 . . . . 60,66,76,131 Ladd, Toni 4 .... 57,71,76,80,105 Lambert, Dave 3 . . . . . . 52,64,124 Lambert, Janice 2 . . 131 Lambert, Sandy 3 . . 61,124 Landers, Larry 3 . . . . . 38,40,124 Landreth, Andria 2 . . . . 52,54,76,131 Lane, Noel 4 71,105 Lane, Pat 4 . . 13,24,58,75 Lange, Arlyn 3 . . . . 69,124 Lange, Nancy 4 ... 80,105 Laswell, Rose Ann 3 124 Lawrence, Harry 3 . . . . 52,71,75,124 In a cross country meet, Ken Cassens comes in first.Gary Kotva and Carol Loeback inspect the aquarium. The boys are serious at halftime. Legate, Barth 3 30,74,124 Leichsenring, Lloyd 4................105 Lentz, Leroy 4 ... 58,65,69,76,105 Leonard, Lee 4.......................105 Leopold, Allen 3.....................124 Leu, Karla 3......................74,124 Levi, Gary 2 75,131 Levi, Mike 4......................75,106 Lewis, Jim 4......................76,106 Lexow, Dorothy 3 ... 61,67,74,124 Lienemann, Jane 2....................131 Ligon, Barbara 2 . . 54,60,62,66,71,131 Little, Ann 3 61,66,83,124 Little, Charles 3 64,124 Loebach, Carol 2 . . 22,60,66,71,74,131 Long, James 4........................106 Long, Roger 3........................124 Lovesey, Tom 3.......................124 Luber, Pat 3...................61,74,124 Lucas, Jim 4 Ludwig, Mary 3.......................124 Lueders, Jim 3 76,77,82,124 Luster, Rick 4 58,64,74,106 Lynn. Terry 3 .......... 22,42,43,73,124 Lyon, Tom 4 ............ 24,58,71.78,106 Madison, Larry 3.............7,62,71,124 Magruder, Dan 2 131 Mainer, Mike 3 ;.....................124 Mallory, Myrna 4 .......... 57,60,62,106 Malone, Ronald 3 . . . 28,40,73,74,124 Mangers, Galen 2.....................131 Mareing, Jim 3 38,52,124 Marks, Linda 4 .... 23,29,55,58,61 71,78,82,106,117 Marti, Dick 2........................131 Martin, Arthur 3.....................124 Martin, Edon 2 .... 52,54,66,131 Martin, Judy 2........................68 Martin, Kent 3 124 Martin, Lucille 3.................52,124 Martin, Nancy 2 ... 54,75,76,131 Martin, Sandra 4 Mateyka, Mickey 4 . . . . 20,45,56,106 Maynard, Patty 2 ............ 67,77,131 McAdams, John 4...............69,106 McCalla, Jerry 3..............77,124 McClellan, Arley 4...............106 McDonough, Dick 3.............38,124 McGarity, Paul 4.................106 McGhee, Linda 3 124 McGhee, Rosie 4 107 McKee, Kathleen 2 . . . 54,60,77,131 McLean, Susan 2 60,76,131 McNeilley, Dennis 3 125 Meek, Ruth 4 ........ 57,76,107 Meffert, Gay 3.....................125 Meier, Ray 2.......................131 Meister, Melody 2..................131 Menoni, Connie 2 ........... 60,76,131 Menoni, Lenny 4 38,78,106 Merkel, Jerry 4....................107 Merkel, Margie 4 24,58,76 Metzger, Wayne...............64,71,131 Meyer, Lucinda 3 .... 56,68,125 Meyer, Melody 2 54,68,131 Meyer, Terry 2 131 Meyer, Vernon 3.................69,125 Michel, Shirley 4 ....... 24,58,66,107 Mihalic, Steve 2...................131 Miller, Glen 3..................64,125 Miller, Sharon 2 60,66,131 Minner, Jo 3 56,61,76,125 Modine, Denoire 2 ... . 60,66,74,131 Moehle, Kenneth 3...............69,125 Moelhenry, Dianna 4 .... 58,67,107 Moody, Glen 2......................131 Moore, Janet 4 . . . . 55,61,66,79,107 Moore, Terry 4 ... 52,64,65,74,107 Morris, Tom 3......................125 Morton, Bernie 3...................125 Mory, Judy 2 132 Mory, Paul 4....................78,107 Mottar, John 3 . . . . 52,58,64,71,125 Mulach, John 4 .... 53,71,82,107 Musso, Jo Ann 4 ... 57,76,80,107 Myers, Beth 4 73,108 Nash, Van 4........................108 Neathammer, Dianne 4 . . . . 75,79,108 Neidhardt, Karen 3 . . . . 52,56,76,125 Nelson, Bob 2 38.41,132 Newton, Tim 4 108 Nichols, Sheila 4 . . . 18,20,72,108,117 Nicholson, Teresa 3 ........ 56,68,125 Niemietz, Sharon 4 ......... 56,76,108 Nischwitz, Karen 4..............79,108 Noll, Carolyn 4 18,19,21,60 62,66,72,108,118 Nothdurft, Jack 2................74,132 Nothdurft, Robert 3 76,125 Novak, David 3......................125 Nuernberger, Steve 2. .22,43,54,62,132 Nunnally, Carolyn 2 . . 54,60,66,76,132 O’Connor, Richard 2 132 O'Dell, JoAnn 4.....................108 O'Dell, Kathleen 2...............77,132 Oglesby, Beverly 4 .... 18,29,58 78,79,108 O'Hare, Michael 2 52,66,132 O'Neil, Peggy 4 .......... 24,58,76,108 Ostendorf, Judy 4 66,108 Overby, Carol 4..................67,109 Overby, Linda 4 75,79,109 Owens, Blanche 3 76,125 Owens, Jim 3 65,125 Ozier, Dennis 4 . . . . 53,71,76,77,109 Pacey, Duane 3......................125 Page, Sally 4 . . . . 52,55,58,76,77,109 Pape, Barbara 4..................80,109 Pape, Darrell 2.....................132 Pape, Robert 4...................69,109 Pape, Sharon 2 .............. 54,66,132 Paproth, Mary 3 ... 25,56,67,125 Paproth, Robert 2 ... 44,73,132 Parker, John 3 .... 58,65,76,125 Parker, Pat 2 52,54,76,132 Patterson, John 3...................125 Paur, Terry 4 77,80,109 Pebbles, Barb 4 .... 12,73,80,109 Peck, Wayne 2 54,77,132 Penelton, Carrie 2..................132 Penelton, Tony 4 .......... 38,39,40,46 78,109,118 Perry, Barb 2 54,66,76,132 Perry, Larry 2......................132 Piarulli, Myrah 4 52,71,109 Pierce, Sandy 3 .......... 61,67,76,125 Pike, Kay 2 132 Pilger, William 3 125,171 Poneta. Pat 2 54,66,76,132 Poos, Dave 4 25,58,78,109 Powell, Ray 4 58,82,109 Powell, Sandra 2 54,76,132 Prater, Dale 4...................69,110 Prater, Dave 2 132 Pratt, Vicki 2......................132 Primas, Lonny 2 69,132 Prior, Darrel 2 132139 Probst, Gail 4 Prott, Jerry 3 . . . . 125 Pulliam, Bob 2 . . . . 22.132 Pulliam, Jane 4 . . 22, 53,62,75,110,117 Pyle. Betty 3 .... 56,61,62,76,125 Quade, Judy 4 .... . . 52,71,76,109 Ralston, Eugene 4 . . . 110 Ralston, Joyce 3 . . . 125 Rambo, Jay 3 Ranek, Mike 3 125 Raulston, Jim 3 . . . . 125 Rea, Kenneth 4 ... . . . 11,42,43,109 Regna, Tony 3 . . . . 125 Reid, Bruce 3 . . . . . . . . 69,125 Reiter, Barb 3 . . . . . . . 56,73,125 Reiter, Kathleen 2 . . 132 Reynolds, Teddye 3 . . 25,52,58,76,125 Rezabek, Regina 4 . . . . 71,77,82,110 Rhodes, Irene 3 . . . . 56,67,76,125 Rice, Paul 3 125 Richards, Toms 3 . . . 125 Ringering. Janice 4 . . 67,110 Ringering, Nancy 3 . . 67,125 Rinkel, Bob 3 . . . 44,47,125 Robien, Mary 3 ... 56,61,67,76,125 Robinson 2 38,41,54,65,132 Rohrkaste, Robert 2 . 132 Rojak, Mary 4 .... 67,110 Rood, Fred 3 74,125 Rose, Gordon 3 . . . . 125 Rothe, Tim 4 . . . . 52,64,76 Rudolph, John 4 ... . 110 Ruehrup, Judy 2 ... , . . 52,60,77,132 Ruhl, Jennifer 2 ... . 132 Ruppel, Kathy 4 ... . 110 Rushing, Marian 2 . . 74.132 Rushing, Sharon 4 . . 60,110 Russell, Dee 4 . . . . Ill Sandifer, Pat 4 ... . 73,111 Sannes, Nancy 4 ... . . . . 53,58,111 Satterlee, Susan 4 . . 73,111 Scarborough, Toby Gail 2 . . . 54,132 Schaake, Darrell 4 . . . 19,21,38,78,111 Schaake, Larry 2 . . . 38,41,44,54,132 Schaake. Myron 2 . 62,132 Schaefer, Carolyn 2 . . 60,62,66,74,133 Schaefer, Linda 2 . . .... 60,66,133 Scheibal, Peggy 4 . . 60,111 Schipkowski, Nancy 3 . . 58,61,76,125 Schlueter, Ray 4 . . 78,111 Schmid, Donald 3 . . 69125 Schmid, Jerry 3 . . . . . . 58,76,125 Schmidt, Burl 4 . . . Ill Schmidt, Dan 3 . . . , 125 Schmidt, Kenneth 4 . Ill Schmidt, Paul 2 . . . 69,133 Schmidt, Ronald 2 . . 74,133 Schmidt, Sandra 2 . . 73,f33 Schneider, Alana 3 . . 52,125 Schrage, Carole 4 . . . 57,76,80,111 Schrage, Duane 3 . . 125 Schramm, Doris 4 . . . . 60,75,76,111 Schrodt, Jennv 4 . . . . . 76,78.82,111 Schuessler, Janice 3 . 68,125 Schuessler, Larry 4 . 112 Schultz, Ruth 3 . . 125 Schumacher, Gary 3 . 38,44,47 62,73,125 Schwab, Gordon 4 . . Schwartzkopf, Dave 3 . . 22,38,74,125 Schwear. Donna 4 75,112 Scott, Bonnie 3 . . . , . . . 61,67,125 Sedlacek, Jerry 4 . . 112 Seibert, Sharon 2 . . ... 52,66,133 Shaw, Carolyn 3 . . . . . 56,68,125 Shimuenk, Tony 2 . 133 Shindel, Bruce 4 . . . . . . 77,80.112 Shindel, Katherine 2 . . 52,54,66,76,133 Shirley, Linda 4 . . . 79,112 Sickbert, Ray 4 . . . 26,78,80,82.112 Sido, Mary 2 .... 133 Simmons, Richard 3 125 Singleton, Wayne 3 . 125 Sisson, Charles 3 71,125 Sisson, Mary 2 ... 68,133 Skief, Sammy 4 . . . 58,112 Is Jack Cherry "stumped" In physics class?" Slavik, Suzanne 4 . . . 58,77,82,112,117 Slemer, Richard 2 . . Slemer, Rudy 3 . . Small. Dick 3 ... Smith, James 3 . . Snyder. Earl 2 ... Snyder, George 3 . . Solter, Ruth 3 . . . . . . 56,62,67,125 Sones, Dick 4 ... . Sower, Mary 3 . . . . 125 Spengel, Mary 3 . . . Spitze, Ruth 4 . . . . . . . . 67,79,112 Stahlhut. Janet 3 . . . Stahl hut, Karen 4 . . Stahlhut. Karen 2 . . Stahlhut, Roy 3 . . . . Steede, Nancy 4 . . . . . . . 67,80,113 Steelman, Linda 3 . . . . . . 61,67,126 Steelman, Nancy 4 . . . 60,66,67,80,113 Stegall, Joyce 2 . . . 67,133 Stein, Betty 4 . . . . 22,60,72,75,113 Steinmeyer, Bob 4 . 69,113 Steinmeyer, Mary 2 . 133 Stephenson, Mary Ellen 2 . . .52,68,133 Stephenson, Pat 4 . . 67,113 Stepson, Jim 2 ... Stevens, Elizabeth 2 . 38,41,52,54,65 71,76,133 Stevens, Ronnie 4 . . Stevens, Sharon 2 . . 67,113 Stille, Judy 2 St. John, John 4 . . . 133 Stoces, Mary 3 . . . . . . . 56,76,126 Stoces. Virginia 4 . . . . . . 60,62,113 Stoces, William 4 . . , 78,113 Stolcis, Roman 2 . . . . . 38,41,133 Stolze, Jean 2 . . . . 22,60,62,71,133 Strader, Carol 2 . . . Strange, Ann 2 ... . . . 52,68,77,133 Struckhoff, Linda 3 . 126 Stubbs, Skip 2 . . . 44,54,133 Stunkel, Roger 4 . . . 113 Suess, Alvin 4 . . . . 113 Sumner. Lanny 2 . . . 54.133 Svoboda, Bernadine 2 133 Svoboda, Don 2 ... 133 Swiecicki, Robert 3 126 Tabor, Clinton 4 . . . 113 Taylor, Nancv 4 . . . 76 Thatcher, James (Jay) 2 .... 38,41 52,54.133 Tomlinson, Mary Ann 2 . . . 73,133 Thompson, Ann Kathleen 3 Thompson, Janice 3 . , 126 Thompson, Richard 4 . 114 Tormohlen, Phyllis 3 . . . . 67,76,126 Traband, Donna 4 . . . . . 67,79 114 Traband, Sharon 2 . . . . 54,60,76,133 Transue, Lee 3 . . . , 126 Treat, Carol 3 . . . , 56,126 Treat, Russell 3 . . . . 64,126 Trebing, Joan 4 . . . . . . . 57,76,114Trebing, Sandra 4 . . 75,114 Weckman, Judy 4 . . . 58,60,67,76,115 Wiese, Kenneth 2 . 134 Trent, John 2 Weeks, Sue 3 ... 56,61,66,76,126 Wilcox, Robert 2 . 134 Trojahn, Michael 3 . 42,126 Weeks, Walter 3 . . . . . . 42,45,47 Wilkening, Alvin 2 .... 134 Turner, Barbara 2 . 52,62,73,126 Wilkening, Ina 2 .... 69,134 Turner, Jackie 4 . . . . 38,48,49,114 Wehling, Mina Lou 2 . . . 54,75,134 Wilkening, Lola 3 . 126 Turner, Nancy 4 . 18,58,76,114 Wehmeyer, Carole 2 74,134 Wildman, Kent 3 . . 41,54,62,73,76,134 Turner, Shirley 2 . . . 60,76,133 Wehmeyer, Suzanne 4 .... 56,60,67 Wilharm, Jane 3 . . . . 56,61,76,77,126 Unger, Nadine 2 . . 134 77,82,115 Willets, Patricia 3 .... 67,74,126 Unterbrink, Ronnie 4 114 Weiler, Bob 4 . . . . 115 Wilson, Charlotte 4 115 Vadalabene, Patricia 4 . . . 58,76,114 Weishaupt, Donald 2 . 134 Wise, Robert 4 . . 58,115 Vanek, Kenneth 2 . . Weishaupt, Nancy 4 . . . . . 29,58,61 Wisnasky, Joe 4 . . 115 Van Huss, Pat 3 . . . . . 73,82,126 62,67,78,82,115 Woll, David 3 . . . 126 Vaughn, Otis 3 ... . . . 44,48,126 Wells, Robert 4 ... . . . . 8,71,115 Wood, Ben 3 ... . . 25,66,74,82,126 Veith. Richard 3 . . . 47,126 Wells, Thomas 4 . . 115 Wood, Bill 4 . . . . 115 Vest, Alan 2 43,134 Werner, David 3 . . . 42,43,47,73,126 Woods, James 4 . . 29,38,53,78,82,115 Vieth, Darlene 2 . . . , . . . . 76,134 Werner, James 2 . . 52,134 Yates, Donna 2 . . 66,134 Vieth, Gerald 4 ... West, James 3 ... 38,52,71,76,126 Yates, Wilford 3 . 126 Volentine, Walter 2 134 West, Judy 3 .... . . . 68,75,126 Yehling, Rae 3 . . . . . 66,67,74,83,126 Wadlow, Karen 4 . . . . . . . 61,114 West, Robert 3 . . . , 126 Young, James 3 . . Wahl, Kenneth 3 . . . Westbrook, Harold 2 . 134 Young, Nelson 4 . . Wahl, Michael 2 . . . . . . 38,41.134 Westbrook, Joyce 2 . . . . . 54,60,134 Young, Rosemary 2 Wallace, Laverne 3 . . . 52,58,61 Wetzel, Carl 3 . . . . . . 25,66,73,126 Zeisset, Richard 3 . . . 36,52,71,126 71,82,126 Whatley, Karen 2 . . . . . 74,75,134 Ziegler, Carol 2 . Washington, Ed 3 . . . 126 Wheelock, Georgia 3 . . . . . 56,76,126 Zimmer. David 2 . Watson, Margie 2 . . . 77,134 White, Barbara 4 . . . 115 Zimmerman, Bonnie 2 . . 54,60,66,134 Waugh, Robert 4 ... . 20,78,114,117 Wiekman, Mary Jane 2 . . 54,66,76,134 Zoeller, Harriet 4 Weber, Elaine 4 . . Weber, Kathy 2 ... . . . 61,76,114 . . . 60,66,134 Wieduwilt, Kathryn 2 . Wiemers, Edward 3 . .60,73,74,75,134 69,126 Zwick, Robert 2 . . 140Advertisers Index Alexander Shoe Store 105 East Vandalia Page 44 Auerbach's 126 North Main Page 46 Barton Sons Co. New Alton Road Page 40 Ben Franklin Stores 116 North Main 1504 Troy Road Page 28 Black's Sporting Goods, Inc. 540 East Broadway Alton, Illinois Page 40 Blume's Apparel 104 North Main Page 11 Brook's Jewelry 213 North Main Page 40 Buhrmester Wallpaper Paint Co. 201 North Second Page 40 Bunn Capitol Co. 927 East Adams Springfield, Illinois Page 48 Busker's Hardware 219 North Main Page 46 Clayton Cleaners 501 North Main Page 44 Clover Leaf-Home Building Loan Assn. 148 North Main Page 93 Desmond Plumbing Heating Co. 318 St. Louis Page 13 Dillman's Paint Wallpaper 222 North Main Page 13 Dippold Brothers Feed 309 St. Louis Page 13 Don Coffman Ins. Agency 254 North Main Page 27 Donald Ohl's Office Supply 113 Purcell Page 13 Do-Nut Shop 301 North Main Page 44 Edray Foods, Inc. 16th-State Streets Granite City, Illinois Page 76 Edwardsville Automobile Dealers Assn. Page 130 Edwardsville Creamery Co. 223 West Park Page 127 Edwardsville Frozen Foods 246 North Main Page 41 Edwardsville Lumber Co. 201 West High Page 93 Edwardsville National Bank Trust Co. 100 St. Louis Page 131 Eickmann Studio 219 Hillsboro Page 129 Fashion Bootery 118 North Main Page 46 Bruce Figenbaum Ins. Agency 232 South Buchanan Page 118 First Federal Savings Loan Assn. 140 North Main Page 92 Flagg Corlew, Engineers 116A St. Louis Page 46 Florists' Mutual Ins. Co. 500 St. Louis Page 133 Fredman Bros. Furniture 119 North Main Page 29 Fruit's Standard Service 305 West Vandalia Page 46 Happy Hollow Farms 1307 Randle Page 29Advertisers Index Heitz Optical Service Municipal Building Alton, Illinois Page 44 P. N. Hirsch Co. 122 North Main Page 135 Hofeditz Music Shop Studio 412 East Park Page 29 Home Abstract Title Co. 150 North Main Page 39 Home Nursery Greenhouses, Inc. St. Louis Road Page 29 Idlewood Inn St. Louis Road Page 44 Illinois Candy Co. E. Dustman, Prop. Dorsey, Illinois Page 28 Illinois Lumber Co. 225 East Vandalia Page 39 Imber’s Men's Wear 144 North Main Phone 112 Page 39 Jacks' "66" Service 141 West Vandalia Page 44 Johnston's I.G.A. Foodliner 228 North Main Page 44 Jim Jones, Inc. 111 North Second Page 39 Kappa Delta Epsilon Tri-Hi-Y Y.M.C.A.—325 West Fourth Page Kast's Standard Service Station 301 South Buchanan Page 11 Klueter Feed Store Troy Road Page 28 Knoebel Studio 800 St. Louis Collinsville, Illinois Page 62 Kreige Hardware 112 East Vandalia Page 46 LeClaire Store 512 LeClaire Page 26 Lee Shops, Inc. 134 North Main Page 11 Legate's Modern Motel St. Louis Road Page 133 Lesley Marks Funeral Home 210 North Kansas Page 92 Leu's I.G.A. Market 142 North Main Page 11 Lexow's Westinghouse Appliance 107 East Vandalia Page 26 Madison County Mutual Ins. Co. 100 St. Louis Page 27 Madison Store 115 Purcell Page 11 Marcella's Beauty Shop 148A North Main Page 11 Mechanic's Planing Mill 223 St. Andrews Page 27 Metcalf Insurance Agency 112 North Main Page 27 Meyer T.V. Service 225 North Main Page 11 Midwest Loan Company 152 North Main Page 11 Modern Living Radi-Heat Co. 612 Franklin Page 91 Moore Stork Cleaners 511 North Main Page 47 Mottar's Drug Company 206 North Main Page 28Advertisers Index Nathan Marcus 146 North Main Page 27 National Advertising Assoc. Troy Road Page 27 Oscar Schmidt Agency 214 St. Louis Page 92 Overbeckfs Wallpaper Paint 120 North Main Page 27 Peoples Savings Loan Assn. 107 Purcell Page 7 L. R. Phillips Painting Decor 925 Troy Road Page 46 Ralph's Super Service 620 St. Louis Page 27 Richard's Brick Co. 234 Springer Page 132 Rissi Studio 604 West Main Collinsville, Illinois Page 62 Schmidt's Tin Shop 239 North Main Page 118 E. P. Schneider Funeral Home 627 St. Louis Page 118 Shupack's 124 North Main Page 7 Sigma Theta Xi Tri-Hi-Y Y.M.C.A.—325 West Fourth Page 7 Sixty-Six Bowl 300 West Vandalia Page 134 Smith's Sewing Shop 205 Nortli Second Page 134 Personality Shop 305 North Main Page 134 Southwick's Interiors 124A North Main Page 26 Stahly Cartage Co. 130A Hillsboro Page 7 State Security bis. Co. 130 Hillsboro Page 76 Suhre's Furniture Appliance, Inc. 241 North Main Page 134 Ted's Market 1310 North Main Page 118 The Bank Of Edwardsville 103 Purcell Page 128 U-Washes Troy Road Page 118 Vanzo's 110 St Louis Page 47 Weber Funeral Home 304 North Main Page 45 Weeke Wholesales 207 West High Page 134 E. H. S. Lettermen's Club Page 45 Wells Tire Sales, Inc. 125 West Vandalia Page 47 Western Auto 315 North Main Page 134 William Pizzini, Distributor 110 West College Page 45 Wood lawn Gardens 1407 St. Louis Page 134 Yonaka Jewelry 100 East Vandalia Page 45Professional Patrons Dr. C. L. Brockmeier, D.O. Dr. C. R. 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