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Ded ication In recognition and appreciation of their outstanding contributions to the Edwardsville High School Music Department, their warm friendliness, and their continuous quest for perfection in all aspects of music, we, the members of the yearbook staff, dedicate the 1962 TIGER to Mr. Cleaon Etzkorn and Mr. James Kessinger, the heads of the instrumental and vocal music departments. 2Academics....................................4 Organizations...............................16 Activities..................................48 Sports......................................64 Portraits...................................78Lan g uages and Social Studies Barth Legate puts emphasis into his speech in speech class. Joan Engelmann, Jeanne Gieszel mann, and Dave Dietzel prepare th bulletin board in Miss McCowen' English class. Communications with others is a most important part of our life. Our English department at E.H.S. trains us to express what we feel and believe and teaches us one of the most essential parts of our American way of life-freedom of speech. In this age, modern transportation makes the world seem smaller and foreign countries seem just a few hours away. A mastery of our language is no longer sufficient; we must learn to speak the languages of others. At E.H.S. we can study Latin, Spanish, French, and German to meet this new demand. In our social studies department, we not only learn of our forefathers but also of the duties and responsibilities confronting us when we become citizens. Besides history and geography courses, E.H.S. offers psychology and sociology classes where we can learn how to live together harmoniously. Students practice the art of conve sation before school starts.Mary Ellen Stephenson, Kenneth Garwood, and Mary Jo Rezabek examine some native handicraft in Spanish Class. Roger Koch, Mary Steinmeyer, and Mr. Price discuss the War of 1812. Konnie Aubrecht examines chemicals with fellow chemistry students. Today we are in a constant race with Communism. Underdeveloped countries mus: be won toward our way of life. Fighting agains: disease and illiteracy creates good will for our country, but we must also have ably trained scientists, technicians, and mathematicians to win this battle with Communism. It our classes at E.H.S., we learn the formula? and theories which are essential in the successful construction and flight of rockets. Our biology, chemistry, and physics classes are designed to prepare the scientists of tomorrow and to acquaint everyone with a useful knowledge of science. Our math classes teach us logic and give us a background for the stud} of more advanced science and mathematics, which in tomorrow's technical world will become increasingly important. Natural Scien and MathematicsWalter Weeks, Ronnie Aubrecht, Barbara Culler, Harry Lawrence and Laverne Wallace learn of tne mysteries 01 the chemistry lab. Mr. Elam and Lee Transue examine the cosine.The industrial courses at E.H.S. provide training in the areas of mechanical drawing, woodwork, metal work, and electricity. The students are taught to do their work faster and safer. This knowledge will help them acquire higher and better paying jobs in these fields. Our home economics department is primarily concerned with preparing girls to manage happy homes. Home projects, studies in nutrition, meal planning, sewing, interior decorating, and child care are all offered to prepare the future homemaker. Vocational agriculture students study the correct farming techniques, raising livestock, farm management, farm financing, and farm mechanics. Through their own farm projects, they gain experience which will help them manage successful farms. Mary Jenkins, Judy Land, and Mary Cairo learn how to prepare vegetables correctly. Industrial Arts, Homemaking, and Agriculture:Mary Jenkins, Judy Land, and Mary Cairo learn of the complexities of cooking.Art and Business Education Art is the practical application of kno, ledge and natural ability. In our art classes Edwardsville High School the natural abil-of the student is joined by training and tec nique to prepare him for vocations in th field. Art classes strive to awaken a de.r sense of appreciation for beauty and to ben® students who study it for their own enjoyme6 The business education department concerned chiefly with preparing the stuck for earning a living. Out of our classes Edwardsville High School come the men at women who will take on the responsibilities big business. Students who wish to make the careers in the business world have the oppo: tunity to take courses in business practic and economics.. Carol Treat gives her business education assignment her undivided attention.Dean, Karen Neidhardt, Edith Johnson, y Foehrkalb and Lucinda Meyer work to se their typing proficiency. Mr. Durham admires the mobiles of Marlyn Mason, Kathy Hartnagel, Sharon Vieth and Gary Franke.Rae Yehling, Sherry Bennette, Ann Burrus, and Becky Hellrung prepare for their next class after a hard period of play in P.E. class. The health and physical education department of our high school strives to train the students in goad health habits. Through taking part in various sports, they develop healthy bodies and acquire a sense of sportsmanship. In health classes the students are taught the value of wholesome living and the necessity of good mental and physical condition. The aim of the driver's education department is to instruct the students in the correct way to drive and to teach them proper respect for the automobile. Through actual driving and classroom study, the pupils realize the importance of safety and courtesy on the road. physical Edu catio. Drj Health, and ver Edu Mr. Price shows Gary Lane the correct way to fasten his sea Janet Head raises her hand in triumph as her team wins in some fast relays in Mrs. Mullen's P.E. Class.Three boys in P.E. class show dexterity at climbing ropes. PAGE SPONSORS: STATE SECURITY INS. CO. OSCAR SCHMIDT REAL ESTATE Jack Foster examines a model of an eye in health class. Carolyn Schaefer displays great determination in a race with Sue Droege.  ROW ONE: Mr. Durham, sponsor, Delores Fry, Mina Lou Wehling, Harry Lawrence. Karen Whatley. ROW TWO: Jane Wilharm, Nancy Martin, Susan Price, Gary Levi. ROW THREE: John Handshy, Gene Harrison, DaveCorrell, Bob Hlavsa. Art Club Mr. Terry Durham, Sponsor; President, Harry Lawrence; Vice President, Mina Lou Wehling; Secretary-Treasurer, Karen Whatley. The Art Club members design scenery and art effects for programs and special concerts. The club not only creates better art talent among its members, but also provides E.H.S. with an important service. Hot Rod Club. t Mr. Richard Hutton, Sponsor; President. Jay Rambo; Vice President, Barth Legate; Secretary, Don Svoboda; Treasurer, Ron Burian. The Majesties are affiliated with the) National Hot Rod Association. The club is for those interested in cars, in safety, and in improving car performance. 18 ROW ONE: Don Kessmann, MikeClarkin, John Hollowich, Clinton Jennings, Ray Meier. ROW TWO: Roger Long, Bernie Morton, Earl Snyder, John Farmer. ROW THREE: Roger Koch. Preston Hall. Barth Legate, Don Svoboda, Dennis Holtman, Glenn Moody. ROW FOUR: Walter Volentine, Roy Stahlhut, Bob Gehner, Jay Rambo, Mike Childres, Mr. Hutton; sponsor.ROW ONE: Shirley Bothman, Denaire Modine, Kay Hyten, Ann Little. ROW TWO: Donna Sheppard, Marcia Henke, Harriet Landwehrmier, Jackie Winkle, Phyllis Eden, Sharon Bond, Janet Woods. ROW THREE: Mary Jo Ashauer, Candy Ladd, Carolyn Schaefer, Kay Hopkins, Sharon Ventress, Delores Fry. ROW FOUR: Sharon Miller, Sharon Pape, Nancy Eilers, Kent Martin, Bob Rinkel, Clara Buckley, Ann Burrus, Betty Brockmeier. -‘uture Teacher f America Vu d i o - Vi sua I Vids President, Shirley Bothman; Vice President, Kay Hyten; Secretary, Denaire Modine; Treasurer, Ann Little; Sponsor, Mrs. Day. The Carl Sandburg Club of the F.T.A. has a National Charter and is open to any student who is interested in the teaching profession. Sponsor, Miss Goeddel. The members of the Audio-visual Aids Club supply E.H.S. with an important service--the donation of their time and work in showing the educational films to fellow students. ROW ONE: Dennis Bast, Homer Bollman. Joe Garwood, Caulk, Kenny Albrecht, James Stepson. ROW THREE: Bob Bob Dawson. ROW TWO: Jim Braddy, John Dutton, Bill Hildenstein, Jim Owens, Russel Helmich, Marvin Sandrin.VARSITY LEADERS Barbara Ligon, Ann Burrus, Dianne Gunther, Carole Loebach, Dianne Applequist, Sue Droege. Cheerleaders The cheerleaders, sponsored by Miss Mullen, are chosen not only for leadership, but also for personality and school spirit. They raise the morale of the students during football and basketball games. JUNIOR VARSITY LEADERS Karen Wahl, Sharon Ventress, Harriet Landwehrmeir. 20ROW ONE: Ellen Klueter, Ruth Solter. Dianne Alberter, Dot Lexow, Virginia Bernhardt, Susie Kriege. ROW TWO: Elaine Freese, Sharon Key, Bonnie Tegmeier, Judy Suhre, Sue Grebel, Mary Robien, Bonnie Carnaghi, Sue Dustman, Judy Ruehrup, Connie Schmidt, Diane Henke, Barbara Snyder, Elra Johnston. ROW THREE: Mrs. Phipps, Mary Todd, Carolyn Zboray, Kay O’Dell, Beverly I.ovsey, Judy Land, Helen Dean, Kathryn Rigler, Mary Bolin, Tina Hartman, Jo Minner, Sue Chester, Nancy Weeks, Lynda King, Judy Keith, RoseCerny, Carol Daube, Terry Taylor. ROW FOUR: Kathy Weber, Maxine Isenberg, Mary Jenkins, Bernadine Svoboda, Irene Rhodes, Phyllis Tormohlen, Mary Paproth, Lana Jobe, Judy Phillips, Marilyn Mason, Kathy Kuchta, Janet Woods, Judy Bollinger, Pat Justice, Diane Pierce, Jo Ann Davis. ROW FIVE: Karen Neidhardt, Judy Leu, Carol Altefogt, Licia Barthi, Joyce Stegall, Nancy Ringering, SusanSchreiber, Jane Suhre, Kathy Wells, Linda Hansen, Margie McLean, Betty Pyle, Sandy Pierce, Judi Lutger, Karen Paur, Linda Strader, Janet Brunworth. President, Diane Alberter; Vice President, Dot Lexow; Secretary, Virginia Bernhardt; Treasurer, Ruth Solter; Sponsor, Mrs. Phipps. The activities of F.N.A. may concern visiting or aiding some hospital or medical institution. To be eligible one must be interested in nursing or in related medical professions. Future Nurses Club President, Donna Coffman; Vice President, Sandra Blake; Secretary, Diane Alberter; Treasurer, Carl Wetzel; Sponsor, Mrs. Crocker. Through individual study and rehearsals, the Dramatics Club members present an annual play in the E.H.S. gym. Through study and practice in meetings, members learn the fundamentals of dramatics. Dra mat i cs Club ROW ONE: Carl Wetzel, Diane Alberter, Donna Coffman, Sandra Blake, Mrs. Crocker. ROW TWO: Kitty Kulp, Rae Yehling, Sherry Bennette, Sue Weeks, Mary Robien. ROW THREE: Judy Ellsworth, Carolyn Nunnally, Barbara Brockmeier. Linda Fruth, Karen Whatley, Mina Lou Wehling. ROW FOUR: Carol Knibb, Eldon Martin, Jim West, Dennis Kubicek, Dave Cochran.H0MEM4 (£ AMERICA ROW ONE: Left to Right, Melody Meyer, Arlene Dinwiddie Lucinda Meyer, Mary Ellen Stephenson, Karen Henke Janet Bartels, Phyllis Cooper, Toby Scarborough Marv Sisson. ROW TWO: Miss Parkey, Virginia Beckmann Beverly Lovsey. Susan Perry, Hanna Gibson, Judy Land Gerry Long, Sharon Gremer, W'anda Lawrence. Sharon Foster. ROW THREE: Marilyn Jenkins, Judy Phillips, Ann Strange, Judy Henke, Mary Ann Kyro, Carol Lamb, Diane Scott, Kathy Gremer, Linda Allaria, Mary McNish, Vickie Slemer. ROW FOUR: Judy Schneider, Gloria Foster, Judy Keith, Diane Henke, Betty Harris, Shirley Turner, Thalia Jason, Mary Bazillion, Sharon Zwick, Joan Pike. Future Homema Karen Henke.....................President Mary Ellen Stevenson . . . Vice President Janet Bartels ..................Secretary Phyllis Cooper..................Treasurer Miss Lucy Parkey .................Sponsor kers of Americ Members of the local chapter of F.H.A. acquire a greater knowledge in learning to be a future homemaker. Anyone who has been or is in a home economics course is eligible to be a member. Shirley Turner and Mary Sisson work together setting tables for the F.F.A. Banquet.ROW ONE: Left to Right, Richard Gusewelle, Kenny Moehle, Alvin Wilkening, William Brase, Bob Kappler, Paul Schmidt. ROW TWO: Glen Johnson, Kenny Brockmeier, Gene Poeling, Ken Linkeman, Gene Handshy, Mr. Seibert, Sponsor. ROW THREE: Kenny Heuer, Bruce Reid, Don Schmid, Leroy Brase, Paul Gross, Carl Becker, Ralph Koenig. ROW FOUR: Richark Goebel, Floyd Henke, Ed Wiemers, Vernon Meyer, Kelly Kinder. Arlyn Lange, James Dorsey, Ronnie Gusewelle, Myron Schaake. Future Farmers of America The national organization of F.F.A. is Bill Brase....................President active in local, sectional, and state activities. Kenny Moehle..............VicePresident To be eligible for membership, a boy must be Alvin Wilkening...............Treasurer either enrolled in vocational agriculture or Bob Kappler ..................Secretary have finished the courses offered. Mr. Chester Seibert.............Sponsor I Brase, seated, listens to Kenny Moehle during F.F.A. Banquet. On February 22, 1962, the F.F.A. had a banquet which was attended by a large crowd.G.A.A. BOARD Nancy Weeks, Ann Little, Jackie Jackson, Diane Appelquist, Bar; Culler, Susan Kriege, Sana Edgar, Janey Hotz. Girls’ Athletic Association President, Sue Alexander; Vice President, Ann Little; Secretary, Sue Kriege; Treasurer, Janey Hotz; Sponsor, Mrs. Mullen. The ideals of the G.A.A. are to promote interest in athletics and the out of doors; to live right in order; to be healthy and strong; and to make good sportsmanship a constant factor in their conduct. F j c SOPHOMORE G.A.A. ROW ONE: Senadee Cruse, Mary Kyro. ROW TWO: Betty Brockmeier, Linda Strader, Marcia Henke, Bonnie Hellrung. ROW THREE: Rose Cerny, Diane Dale, Judy Bollinger, Sharon Veith, Kathy Miller, Janet Keck. ROW FOUR: Janet Woods, Janet Witt, Darcy Randall, Margie McLean, Nancy Weeks, Susan Schreiber, Phyllis Eden, Barbara Henry, Linnea Haynes. ROW FIVE: Jo Ann Davis, Susan Handlon, Judi Lutger, Joanne Gillig, Kathy Kuchta, Nancy Holmes, Jean Wopat, Kay Hopkins, Delores Burnett, Susan Rose. ROW FIVE: Gail Giacomelli, Karen Wahl, Harriet Landwehrmier, Jackie Winkle, Sharon Ventress, Kathy Wells, Sharon Zwick, Vickie Slemer, Diane Henke, Carol Altefogt, Judy Leu.ROW ONE: Carol Loebach, Sharon Traband, Carolyn Nunnally, Kathy McKee, Judy Ellsworth, Mary Ellen Stephenson, Carolyn Kuethe, Carol Isselhardt, Mary Jo Ashauer. ROW TWO: Denaire Modine, Donna Kessinger, Conny Menoni, JudiBess, Joyce Westbrook, Kay O'Dell, Carol Strader, Janet Head. ROW THREE: Kay Wieduwilt, PAGE SPONSORS: VANZO'S JANE AND LOUIE’S TOWN CLUB AND GROCERY SiMITH’S SEWING SHOP ROW ONE: Sherri Bennette, Nancy Schipkowski, Rae Yehling, Donna Coffman, Barbara Guller, Sue Weeks, Bonnie Carnaghi. ROW TWO: Ann Burrus, Sandy Blake, Sue Alexander, Jackie Jackson, Janey Hotz, Clara Buckley, Sana Edgar, Jo Minner, Sandy Pierce. ROW THREE: Helen Dean. LaVerne Wallace. Carol Holmes. Susan Diane Appelquist, Sharon Miller, Barbara Ligon, Bonnie Zimmerman, Carolyn Schaefer, Sue Droege. ROW FOUR: Carolyn Fiegenbaum, JeanStolze, BernadineSvoboda, Pat Kibikas, Shirley Bothman, Kathy Baird, Diane Gunther. ROW FIVE: Janet Dettmer, Kay Kriegfer, Vicki Hartley, Karen Whatley. ROW SIX: Susie McLean, Cheryl Wroten. "Let's Twist" Kriege, Jane Wilharm, Dot Lexow, Pat Horsburgh, Sue Dustman, Carol Butcher. ROW FOUR: Karen Kurmann, Pat Luber, Tina Hartman, Mary Bolin, Betty Pyle. ROW FIVE: Mary Stoces, Shirley Foehrkalb, Ann Little, Barbara Brockmeier.ROW ONE: Barbara Gengler, Judy Ruehrup, Barbara Culler, Kathy Baird, Robert Burnham, Gary Kotva, George Burnham. ROW TWO: La Verne Wallace, Dianne Appelquist, Carol Loebach, Dianne Gunther, Barbara Ligon, Carol Holmes, Nancy Holmes. ROW THREE: Kit Blackmore, Stephen Jegel, Dale Farrington, Go: Rose, Phil Brave, Lyndel Helmkamp, David H FOURTH ROW: John Cwan, William Caulk, He Ernst, Richard Zeisset, Steve Lichtenauer, D. Schrage, John Mottar, Dave Lambert. President, George Burnham; Vice President, Barb Guller; Secretary, Bob Burnham; Treasurer, Kathy Baird; Sponsor, Mr. Powell. The Physical Science Club has programs concerning the various fields of science. All members of the club are required to enter a science project in the local science fair held annually at E.H.S. Physical Scienci President, George Burnham; Vice President, Gary Campbell; Secretary, Gary Kotva; Treasurer, Kathy Baird; Sponsor, Mr. Day. Through lecture, films, and student demonstrations, members of the Biological Science Club acquire a greater understanding of the science fields. All members of the club are required to enter a science project in the E.H.S. science fair. Biological Scienci ROW ONE: Mr. Day, Gary Campbell, Betty Van Winkle, Donna Cox, Janet Brunworth. ROW TWO: Dave Hunter, Lynn Heidinger, Jane Suhre, Carol Messerly, Dennis Fagan, John Cunningham. ROW THREE: Ronnie Eberhardt, Dave Brunworth, Tom Puhse, Menzie Cliff, Werner Clark, Terry Jones, Spencer Moore. ROW FOUR: Danny Hellrung, Ed Krueter, Steve Peterson, Dick Marti, Tom Blixen, Gary Gillig, Richard Noll.ROW ONE: Kit Blackmore, Bill Cerny, Rudy Slemer, Terry Lynn, Gary Schumacher, Walter Weeks, Mr. Isselhardt, Sponsor. ROW TWO: Mike Trojan, Alan Vest. Mike Wahl, Ronnie Aubrecht. Eldon Frisse, Bill Hoppe, Everett Polk, Denny Caulk, Dave Werner. ROW THREE: Larry Schaake, Carl Wetzel, Bob Weise, Steve Members of the Lettermen's Club are boys who have lettered in sports. One of the main aims of the club is to promote good sportsmanship among members and students. Members usher at all home games. The annual Bengal Ball is the outstanding activity sponsored by this club. Nuernberger, Jim Mareing, Dave Schwartzkopf. Larry Landers, Jim Lueders. Kent Wildman.Jack Bayer, Kenny Cassens. ROW FOUR: Conrad Blackburn, Dick McDonough, Bob Paproth, Ronnie Malone, George Burnham, Dick Small. Greg Chalcraft, Russ Helmich, Gerald Blase, Rich Crabtree. Letter men’s Club Gary Schumacher............President Rudy Slemer...........Vice President Terry Lynn.................Secretary Walt Weeks................ Treasurer Mr. Isselhardt ............. Sponsor The objective of the Math Club is to give each math student a broader range of mathematics than that of the classroom. They a-chieve a greater intelligence in math through programs and speakers. Math Club Dave Helm ................ President Bob Burnham ..........Vice President LaVerne Wallace . . Secretary-Treasurer Mr. Elam ................... Sponsor ROW ONE: Kathy McKee, Carolyn Nunnally, Barbara Culler, Carol Knibb, Sandra Blake, Janey Hotz, Nancy Holmes, Phyllis Eden, LaVerne Wallace, David Helm, Robert Burnham. ROW TWO: Sue Alexander, Rex Aton, George Going, David Hunter, David Brunworth, Danny Hellrung, Richard Gerber, Menzie Cliff, Kay Hopkins, Mr. Elam. ROW THREE: Charles Sisson, Dale Farrington. Bob Agles, Eldon Martin, Gordon Rose, Phil Brave, Brad Hofeditz, Glenn Jenne, Gary Gillig. ROW FOUR: Richard Helm, Tom Blixen, Larry Madison, Jim West, Richard Zeisset, Gerald Blase, Kent Martin, Ben Calvert. Duane Schrage. 27BAND MAJORETTES Leilana Etzkorn, Patti Jones, Judy Krome, Judy Ru Concert Band 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. ROW ONE: Left to Right, Leilana Etzkorn -, Diane Appelquist, Judy Harris , Carol Barr, Sue Alexander- , Kathy Miller . ROW TWO: Carol Knibb, Linnea Haynes, Laverne Wallace , Sandy Blake, Kathy Wells, Carol Holmes , Clarence Staley, Rosa Titchenal, Susie Price. ROW THREE: George Going , Richard Zeisset, Jack Bettmann , Nancy Holmes , . . County Institute Sight-Reading Band . . All County Band " . . All State Band ' . . All State Nominee - . . U.S.A. Band Nominee % ...U.S.A. Band Member Danny Hofeditz, Sharon Lanty, Dennis Pashea.L Kurman , Judy Krome, Ann Strange, Lucille M ! Robert Harris. ROW FOUR: Mr. Etzkorn, SJ Vieth , Karen Neidhardt, Barbara Guller . Werner, Steve Jegel , John Mottar , Steve Hes Mary Williams, Bill Ricker, Leroy Brase, Heidinger.BAND BOARD ROW ONE: Naomi Jurgena, Leilana Blake. ROW TWO: Harry Lawrence, President, Gene Etzkorn, Sue Alexander, Secretary, LaVerne Wallace, Harrison, Mike Henke, George Going. Treasurer, Barbara Guller, Vice President, Sandra Concert Repertoire "Adoration"-arr. Alford; "Stephen Foster Melodies"-arr. Guzman; "Cricket and the Bullfrog"-Yoder; "Southern Miniatures"-Zamecnik; "Pop! Goes the Weasel"-arr. Fred; Highlights from "Do Re Mi"-Styne; "Hennesey's Theme"-Burke; "El AbanicoM-Javaloyes; "Cival War Suite"-Walters; "Golden Sliphorns"-Ostling; "Battle Hymn"-Gould; "Desert Song"-Romberg; "On the Mall"-Goldman; "Manitou Heights"-Christiansen; Overture "1812"-Tschaikowsky; "Anacapri"-Yoder; "La Sorella"-arr. Lang; "Salvation is Created"- Tsch esnok of f; "Awake!"-Wagner; "Aguero"-Franco; "Niobe"-De Rubertis; "The Bremen Town Musicians"-Foreman; "Alleluia"-Mozart; "Spiritual Rivers"-Gault; "George Washington Bicentennial"-Sousa; "Commandante"-Guentzel; "Capriccio Italien"-Tschaikowsky; "Wanderer’s Call"-Guentzel; "At the Gremlin Ball"-Hill; "Tamerlane"-Erickson; "Block M"- Bilik; "The Three Trees"-McNaughton; "Peter Schmoll"-Weber; "Ben Hur"-Rosza; "Swedish Folk Suite"-Osterling; "Nobles of the Mystic Shrine"-Sousa. )W ONE: Naomi Jurgena, Tom Hoover , Judy ehrup, Teddye Reynolds, Karen Kesl , Kathy ,ndel . ROW TWO: Kenneth Hammer, Patti Jones, try Stephenson, Jim Stepson, Pat Parker , Gary Carol Messerly, Rex Aton . ROW THREE: i Thatcher , Dale Farrington , Dale Bode , Jim tst . Bill Brase, Ronnie Eberhart, Ray Carter, Bob Gordon, Walter Parrill, Gary Franke, Tom Young, Dennis Kubicek, Mike O'Hare. ROW FOUR: Richard Helm % , Dennis Yehling, David Zimmer, Gene Harrison, Carl Becker, DaveCorrell , Eldon Martin, Fred Simpson, Glenn Jenne -' , Bill Blind, Brad Hofeditz. ABSENT: Judy Lischmann, Harry Lawrence-" , Becky Brown.Mr. Etzkorn directing during the Pop Band Cone Concerts The Girls' Choir and its director during the Christa Assembly.Director: MR. JAMES KESSINGER Mary Paproth ................ Vice President Teresa Nicholson ................. President Jackie Jackson ................... Secretary Sue Droege ........................Treasurer Girls' Choir The GirlsT Choir is a select group composed of junior and senior girls. In this organization, the students become familiar with fine music written for women's voices. This year a fund has been started to robe the choir. FIRST ROW: Linda Dippold, Janey Wilharm, Janet Head, Brenda Bickell, Darlene Vieth, Clara Buckley, Carolyn Nunnally. Mary Sido, Janet Dettmer, Jo Minner, Kay Krieger, Mary Ann Spengel, Phyllis Tormohlen. SECOND ROW: Carolyn Strader, Sharon Smallie, Jackie Jackson, Sharon Traband, Ruth Solter, Ruth Schultz, Mary Ellen Stephenson, Ruth Franke, Kathleen Biemfohr. Hattie Carpenter, Diane Appelquist, Gloria Foster, Sharon Key, Mary Robien, Teresa Nicholson, Barbara Rieter, Janice Clevenger. THIRD ROW: Irene Rhodes, Sandra Powell, Pat Horsburgh, Bonnie Carnaghi, Mary Albl, Mary Paproth, Betty Pyle, Carolyn Shaw, Sue Grebel, Peggy Hellinger, Mr. Kessinger, director. FOURTH ROW: Bonnie Zimmerman, Mary Jo Ashauer, Carolyn Considine, Maxine Isenburg, Denaire Modine, Rita Cerny, Sharon Engleke, Mary Jane Weickman, Melody Meyer, Barb Ligon, Caroi Isselhardt. FIFTH ROW: Shirley Turner, Vicki Pratt, Pat Hubbard, Pat Poneta, Judy Mory, Becky Hellrung, Ann Strange.FIRST ROW: Larry Schaake, Kit Blackmore, Gary Nettleton, Sharon Pape, Leilanan Etzkorn, Teddye Reynolds, Barbara Allen, Barbara Culler, Linda Fruth, Kathy McKee, Edward Washington, Wayne Peck, Jim Erb. SECOND ROW: Carol Treat, Patty Maynard, Toby Scarborough, Melody Meister, Susan Kriege, Karen Neidhardt, Donna Coffman, Kathy Shindel, Patty Parker, Sandra Blake, Diane Alberter, Sharon Siebert, Betty Boyd, Sue Weeks, La Verne Wallace, Kitty Kulp, E1 ra Johnson. THIRD ROW: Mr. Kessinger, Nancy Schipkowski, Lucinda Meyer, Carolyn Franke, Judy Harris, Karen Kesl, Donna Fields, Mary Stoces, Nancy Martin, Sue Alexander, Judy Ellsworth, Patty Jones, Mina Lou Wehlic June Bender, Nancy Eilers, Kathy Baird, Ellen Kleute Barbara Gengler. FOURTH ROW: Brad Hofeditz, Ge-Harrison, Dennis Caulk, Skip Stubbs, Walter Weeks, Rot Helmkamp, John Parker, Dave Correll, Dale Bode, Ja Mottar, Glenn Jenne, Dale Farrington, Jim Stepson, Willie Caulk, Jerry Schmid, Eldon Frisse. FIFTH ROW: John Dun-Bill Catalano, John Clark, Lyndell Helmkamp, Dave Zimir Lanny Sumner, Steve Jegel, John Bettman, Rex Aton, R: Robinson, Kent Wildman, Eldon Martin, Steve Nuernberge Larry Hale, George Going, Jay Thatcher. ACappella Ch The members of the ACappellaCho are junior and senior students of high sii ing caliber. The choir works together bringing E.H.S. its highest degree of sin; ing. The A Cappella Choir during one of its Christmas performances.OFFICERS: Donna Coffman, Secretary; Diane Alberter, Treasurer; Mary Stoces, Librarian; Dave Correll, President; Barbara Guller, Vice President; Nancy Schipkowski, Librarian. PAGE SPONSORS: RUSTY’S CLOVER LEAF BUILDING AND LOAN ASSN.SENIOR GIRLS SEXTET: Sue Weeks, Barbara Culler, Sue Alexander, Teddye Reynolds, Donna Coffman. Kitty Kulp. JUNIOR GIRLS' ENSEMBLE: Leilana Etzkorn, Nancy Eilers, Judy Ellsworth, Kathy McKee, Nancy Martin, Kathy Shindel, Karen Kesl, Kathy Baird, Melody Meister. bles MADRIGAL SINGERS ROW ONE: Carol Treat, Nancy Schipkowski, Linda Fruth, Mary Stoces, Donna Fields, Sharon Pape, Patti Jones, Sandy Blake, Barbara Perry, Elra Johnston. ROW TWO: Larry Schaake, Larry Hale, Bill Caulk, Kent Wildman, Rick Robinson, Dale Farrington, Eldon Frisse, George Going, Wayne Peck. The ensemij are singing grcj BOYS’ DOUBLE QUARTET ROW ONE: Kit Blackmore, Jerry Schmid, Steve Nuernberger, Skip Stubbs. ROW TWO: Dale Bode, Jack Bettman, Dave Correll, John Mottar. selected to add? cial musical efftj to the choir's c certs. The group: selected because) each individual's gree of singing ta ROW ONE: Mary Ann Spengel, Kathy Beimfohr, Karen Buckingham. Ruth Solter, Clara Buckley, Sue Alexander, Phyllis Tormohlen, Peggy Hellinger, Sharon Key, Ellen Kleuter, Irene Rhodes. ROW TWO: Ronnie Frey, Gene Handshy, Elra Johnston, Carol Strader, Sharon Traband, Hattie Carpenter. Sandra Powell, Jo Minner, Karen Neidhardt, Teddye Reynolds, Teresa Nicholson, Nancy Schipkowski, Susan Kriege, Becky Hellrung, Pat Horsburgh, Lois Koch, Wayne Peck,Mr. Kessinger. ROW THREE: Carolyn Franke, Jane Wilharm, Kay Krieger, Judy Harris, Leilana Etzkorn, Pat Parker, Nancy Martin, Kathy Shindel, Mary Wiechman, Pat Hubbard, Susie McLean. Karen Stalhut, Sharen Seibert, Melody Meister, Mary Albl, Mick Evans. ROW FOUR: Donna Fields, Janet Head, Carol Barr, BernadineSvobada, Kathy Weber, Mary Sido, Jim Smith, Mike Henke, Skip Stubbs, Steve Nuernberger, Mary Stoces, Patty Jones, Rita Cerny, Pat Poneta, Phyllis Hughes, Carolyn Shaw, Mike O'Hare. ROW FIVE: Gary Nettleton, Jim Stepson. Gene Harrison, Lanny Sumner, Rich Gusewelle, John Parler, John Clark, Dave Correll, Terry Ambuehl, Dale Bode, Kent Wildman.Kent Martin, Glenn Jenne, Bill Catalano, Ed Washington, Jay Thatcher. Music Listening Club Mr. James Kessinger, Sponsor. During the meetings of the Music Listening Club, members listen to classical music to gain a greater understanding and appreciation of music. ROW ONE: Mr. James Kessinger, Sponsor. Nancy Prusa, Lois Horstman, Kathy Miller, Sara Ashauer, Rosa Titchenal. ROW TWO: Linda Bunte. Marie De Concini, Judy Burnett, Sally Key. Rose Cerny, Carol-Daube, Barbara Henry. ROW THREE: Sally Wydra, Joanne Stepp. Judy Krome. Kristina Brown, Karen Gusewelle, Phyllis Hughes, Linnea Haynes. ROW FOUR: Floyd Bullard, Rich Bunte. Kenny Morgan. Kenny Albrecht, Gene Boner, Dennis Fagan. 35ROW ONE: Kathy Hartnagel, Mary Jenkins, Pat Kibikas, Janey Hotz, Kay Wieduwilt, Karla Leu, Barbara Reiter. ROW TWO: Carol Lando, Donna Kessinger, Donna Yates, Darlene Brown, Nancy Drda, Kay O'Dell. ROW THREE: Ruth Schultz, Mary Ann Tomlinson, Mary Ann Kyro, Mary Bazillion, Connie Schmidt, Conny Menoni, Sandy Schmidt. ROW FOUR: Tina Hartman, Barbara Allen, Sharon Fencel, Mary Jane Boccaleoni, Brenda Hadley, Judi Bess, Miss Thompson. Library Club The Library Club consists of girls acting Janey Hotz.President as Miss Vivian Thompson's assistants. The Pat Kibikas........................' Vice President members give a great service to E.H.S. under Kay Wieduwilt ......... Secretary Miss Thompson's supervision. They learn by Miss Vivian Thompson .’!!!!. Sponsor experience the correct procedures in library work. Two of our librarians busy at the desk.Sharon Engelke sorts the mail. Carolyn Fiegenbaum checks a schedule, Office Girls The office girls perform a great service to the school. They are students who, in their free time, assist in the office. Thegirls deliver notes, run errands, type, and do other office chores. FRONT ROW: Left to Right, Rae Yehling, Karen Henke, Sharon Engelke, Ruth Franke. THIRD ROW: Norma Nancy Dain, Helen Dean, Sherry Bennette. SECOND Crabtree, Carolyn Franke, Janet Stahlhut, Bernadine ROW : Janice Schuessler, Maxine Isenberg, Sue Grebel, Svoboda, Carolyn Fiegenbaum.Karen Mace, Judy Krome, Mary McKee, Sue Dustman, Dorothy Lexow, Mr. Gibson. ROW FOUR: Judy Suhre, Bruce Neudecker, Bob West, Jim Burgess, Kenny West, Brad Hofeditz. President, Jim Lueders; Vice President, Jane Wilharm; Secretary, Bonnie Carnaghi; Treasurer, Jerry McCalla; Sponsor, Mr. Gibson. Members of the club study composition, lighting, and other factors that determine the quality of pictures. Monthly assignments are made ana the pictures are judged for merit. ROW ONE: Jim Lueders, Jane Wilharm, Bonnie Carnaghi, Jerry McCalla. ROW TWO: Sharon Vieth, Kay O'Dell, Patty Maynard, Jay Rizzoli, Jerry Heinemeir, Bob Heidinger, Elaine Freese. ROW THREE: Kathy Miller, Photography Club President, Tom Hoover; Vice President, Jack Hartzel; Secretary-Treasurer, Helen Dean; Sponsor, Miss Goeddel. At a typical club meeting, members may debate on any subject concerning current events, geography, and views on a topic of history. They not only get a chance togive their views on a topic but also they learn through their debates. ROW FOUR: Kent Wildman, Dale Bode, John Bettman, Lanny Sumner. Social Studies Club ROW ONE: Helen Dean, Tom Hoover, Jack Hartzel. ROW TWO: Nancy Dain, Carol Barr, Judy Harris. ROW THREE: Mike O'Hare, Wayne Peck, Jim Braddy, Gary Nettleton.Champion adjusts the sound system in the cafeteria. Technicians Club Members of the Technicians Club operate the school’s public address system. We can thank the high school "disc-jockeys" for providing music for the lunch hours and the bean dances. ROW ONE: Glenn Miller, Dave Lambert, Lyndel Helmkamp, Robert Helmkamp. ROW TWO: Mr. Reuscher, Mike Gallagher, Russell Treat, Ken Wahl, Charles Little. ROW THREE: Bob Jones, Jack Nothdurft, John Trent, Tom Detienne, Wayne Metzger, Dave Champion. ROW FOUR: John Mottar, Bob Hildenstein, Bob Zwick, Steve Litchenauer, Steve Jegel, Leland Hall.SPANISH CLUB ROW ONE: Carmen Deist, Barbara Bolin, Sharon Traband, Judy Sasek,Sue Droege, Jim Erb, John Bettman. ROW TWO: Miss Cunningham, Licia Barthi, Judy Leu, Suzanne Poneta, Bonnie Tegmeier, Sally Wydra, Marie De Concini, Nancy Prusa. ROW THREE: Carol Altefogt, Joan Engelmann, Sally Key, Carolyn Lowenstein, Janet Dettmer, Laura Waters, Mary Hutcherson, Mary Todd. ROW FOUR: Bob Agles, Glenn Whittaker, Kenny Albrecht, Bob Hildenstein, Bob Grinstead, Ted Rood, Joel Koen, John Hardwick, Danny Hofeditz, Terry Klingel. Foreign Language Clubs At the meetings of the French and Spanish SPANISH CLUB Clubs, the members give reports regarding Miss Cunningham....................Spc customs and literature. Often there are Sue Droege........................Pres speakers who give information concerning the Jack Bettman.................Vice Pres French and Spanish people. The French Club Judy Sasek........................Seen Usually attends a play or a movie in St. Louis Jim Erb..........................Treas to gain a greater appreciation of the French language. FRENCH CLUB Miss Cunningham....................Spc Linda Fruth.......................Pres Sana Edgar...................Vice Pres Diane Dale........................Seen Diane Appelquist.................Trea? FRENCH CLUB ROW ONE: Linda Fruth, Sana Edgar, Diane Dale, Miss Cunningham. ROW TWO: Gary Jennings, Carol Holmes, Sue Moore, Dave Cochran, Diane Appelquist. ROW THREE: Carol Loebach, Pat Horsburgh, Kay Wieduwilt, Phyllis Garner, Denaire Modine. ROW FOUR: Kay Hyten, Carolyn Schaefer, Sharon Fencel, Brenda Hadley, Priscilla Davis. Werner Clark, a citizen of Gerr shows Linda Hansen a location map. OCgAHLATIN CLUB ROW ONE: Susan Handlon, Mary McGee, Judy Lischmann, Pat Justice, Margie McLean, Susan Schreiber, Kristine Brown, Sharon Lantz. ROW TWO: Phyllis Eden, Sharon Vieth, Delores Fry, Lynn Heidinger, Kay Hopkins, Bonnie Hellrung, Judy Suhre, Donna Sheppard, Honna Gibson, Carol Saboff, Lynda King, Joanne Gillig. ROW THREE: Elmer Lewis, Dave Brunworth, Menzie Cliff, Billy Blind, Jim Gordon, Bob Heidinger, Mike Traband, Rich Gerber. ROW FOUR: Jack Foster, Jay Rizzoli, Edward Small, Mike Noll, Gary Kirchner, James Krieger, John Parker, Bob Weise, Gary Gillig. ROW FIVE: Daniel Hellrung, Kenny Morgan, Bob McClellan, Tom Mareing, Brad Bivens, Steve Lichtenauer, Steve Peterson, Gary Campbell, Dennis Speckman, Bob Philabaun. LATIN CLUB OFFICERS Mrs. Anderson....................Sponsor Tom Mareing....................President Gary Campbell.............Vice President Ed Small.......................Secretary Sharon Lantz...................Treasurer Mike Noll...............Sergeant-at-arms The objectives of the Latin and German Clubs are to acquaint their members with the customs of the German and Roman people. Their programs aid the students in acquiring a greater understanding of the languages. The GERMAN CLUB OFFICERS Miss Jones ...............Sponsor Latin Club sponsors an annual Roman banquet which is held each spring. Kathy Wells.....................President Charles Sisson.............Vice President Leslie Sickbert . . . Secretary-Treasurer GERMAN CLUB ROW ONE: Leslie Sickbert, Kathy Wells, Charles Sisson, Miss Jones. ROW TWO: JeanGiezelmann, Carol Buries, Susan Rose, Jeff Wohlford. ROW THREE: Kenny Wieduwilt, Rich Lohr. ROW FOUR: Mike Skinner, Clarence Staley, Dave Dietzel.Kent Wildman. treasurer, and Mrs. George, sponsor, listen attentively to a discussion. Kit Blackmore Larry Madison Susan Kriege . Kent Wildman Mrs. George . . . . Presider Vice Presiden . . Secretar . . Treasure • • • • Sponso Student Council Each year the rollrooms elect their representatives to the student council. The representatives present and act on the problems and concerns of those who elected them and if necessary present them to the school's administration for consideration. The primary objectives of the student council are to promote and encourage leadership, good citizenship, and sportsmanship among the students. e ROW ONE: Left to Right, Jean Stolze, Jackie Winkle, Barbara Ligon, Candy Ladd, Susan Kriege, Kit Blackmore, Kent Wildman, Larry Madison. ROW TWO: Mrs. George, Lynn Heidinger, Pat Justice, Judi Lutger, Betty Brockmeier, Linda Hansen, Betty Van Winkle, Ruth Solter, Pam Finney. ROW THREE: Eldon Frisse, Barbara Brockmeier, Carolyn Schaefer, Betty Pyle, Barbara Culler, Susan Schreiber, Shirley Bothman, Denny Fagan. ROW FOUR: Denny Caulk, Richard Noll, Gary Campbell, Steve Peterson, Richard Helm, Steve Nuernberger, Gary Schumacher, Ronnie Aubrecht, Walter Weeks.Larry, Ruth, why aren't you paying attention like Eldon?!! Kit Blackmore and Susan Kriege during a student council meeting. A typical student council meeting discussing the problems of E.H.S.Editors .... Linda Fruth, Elaine Freese, Doro( Lexow, Sue Weeks; Columnist .... Dave Correll; Plm Editor .... Ann Little; Copyreader and Chief Typist..] Dave Novak; Typist .... Rae Yehling; Editorials., Harry Lawrence; Circulation .... Joel Koen; Reporters! . . Sophomores and journalism class; Miss L. Thompson! . . Sponsor. Tiger Times Sponsor-MISS L. THOMPSON TIGER TIMES, E.H.S.'s bi-weekly newspaper, tries to fulfill the three-fold purpose of in-forrmng, influencing, and entertaining its subscribers. Writing news stories, feature articles, and editorials gives the staff practical experience in secondary journalism. ROW ONE: Harry Lawrence, Linda Fruth, Dorothy Lexow, Elaine Freese, Sue Weeks. ROW TWO: Rae Yehling, Ann Little. Mike Ranek. ROW THREE: Lynn Heidinger, David Hunter, Sharon Ventress, Joel Koen, Betty Brockmeier, Kathy Wells, Kay Hopkins. ROW FOUR: Rose Gibson, Dave Lambert, Dave Correll, Dave Novak, Jean Wopat, Mary McGee.Harry Lawrence, Dave Correll, Student Teacher Miss O'Dell Elaine Freese, Dorothy Lexow, Sue Weeks, Linda Fruth Rae Yehling, David NovakDave Correll, Editor-in-Chief; John Cwan, Assistant Edj Joyce Neidhardt, Activities; Carolyn Schaefer, Assistant Acti ties; Jane Wilharm, Organizations; Charles Sisson, Assi| Organizations; Jim Lueders, Brad Hofeditz, Photographers; D Helm, Sports; Jim Stepson, Assistant Sports; Judy Harris,A demies; Carol Homes, Faculty; Leilana Etzkorn, Index; Marv Ashauer, Assistant Index; LaVerne Wallace, Seniors; Kitty1 Juniors; Elra Johnston, Sophomores; Tom Hoover, Bus! Manager; Mike O'Hare, Sales Manager; Delores Fry, Adverdi Manager; Bill Caulk, Ads; Dale Bode, Ads. Mrs. Margarette Warmbrodt, Sponsor. Tiger Staff Sponsor-MRS. WARMBRODT By taking pictures, planning lay-outs, writingcopy, and selling ads, the Tiger Staff co-ordinate imagination and hard work to produce the 1962 Tiger. ROW ONE: Elra Johnston, Kitty Kulp, Delores Fry, Mary Jo Ashauer. ROW TWO: Karen Neidhardt, Carol Holmes, Carolyn Schaefer, Jane Wilharm, Judy Harris, Leilana Etzkorn. ROW THREE: LaVerne Walace, Mike O'Hare. Bill Caulk, Brad Hofeditz, Jim Stepson, Charles Sisson. ROW FOUR: Jay Thatcher, John Cwan, Dave Helm. Dave Correll, Dale Bode, Tom Hoover.Advertising: Bill Caulk LEFT TO RIGHT: Assistant Faculty Editor, Delores Fry; Index Editor, Leilana Etzkorn; Academics Editor, Judy Harris; Club Editor, Jane Wilharm; Activities Editor, Karen Neidhardt; Assistant Club Editor, Charles Sisson; Sophomore Editor, Elra Johnston; Junior Editor, Kitty Kulp; Assistant Activities Editor, Carolyn Schaefer; Assistant Index Editor, Mary Jo Ashauer; Senior Editor, Laverne Wallace; Faculty Editor, Carol Holmes. discuss their views with the staff's Editor, Dave Correll The staff's photographers, Brad Hofeditz and Jim I.ueders, exchange ideas concerning the use of the camera in taking the best pictures. Sports Manager, Dave Helm at work on one of his sport pages. Assistant Editor, John Cwan, and Business Manager, Tom Hoover, Karen Neidhardt, Joyce Stegall, Sue Chester, and Bonnie Carnaghi work on the Future Nurses Club float. QUEEN CANDIDATES: Carol Knibb, Dianne Alberteiv Ann Burrus present the football to Captain Rudy Sleir.. Homecoming was the first and perhapl the most exciting of the many social eventsd the year. A parade, followed by a spirited rally, was held on Thursday, October26.Tb next night the exciting homecoming gamevti lost to Granite City by only a few points. 0 Saturday, October 28, the annual homecomin dance was held, climaxed by the processionn the homecoming court and the crowning of th queen. The queen, the royal escort, the speed maids and their escorts, are chosen by 111 entire student body. The other members of tb court are chosen by their respective classes Larry Madison pulls the student council sleigh driven by Kit Blackmore and Lynn Heidinger. Ronnie Malone, Robert Helmkamp, and Roger Kock--Aren't they lovely? Even the Germans are on our side!page sponsor.- bank of edwardsville (Debra Lynn Thomas and Bette Jo Meyers carry Queen Ann's train, while Dick I McDonough, Royal Escort, assists her. Retiring queen. Miss Carolyn Noll, crowns the new queen. Kitty Kulp and John Mottar sing l'Just the Way You Look Tonight" to the new queen. The Queen's DanceROYAL ESCORT DICK MCDONOUGHSenior At tendants 53Diane Appelquist and Robert Nelson Sharon Miller and Harrison "Skip" Stubbs Junior Attendan Shirley Bothman and Robert Paproth PAGE SPONSORS: FASHION BOOTERY LEU'S I.G.A. MELODY BAR NATHAN MARCUS OWEN'S SHELL SERVICE DON OHL OFFICE SUPPLY OVERBECK’S PERSONALITY BEAUTY SHOPSophomore Atten dants Harriet Landwehmier arid Richard Noll PAGE SPONSORS: SOUTHSIDE AUTO REPAIR WESTERN AUTO LETTERMEN'S CLUB DON COFFMAN INS. AGENCY ANN'S BEAUTY SHOP Betty Brockmeier and Tom Mareing Sharon Ventress and Gary Campbell Choir Robing Ceremony On October 19, the 1961V62 ACappella Choir presented its robing ceremony. After the new members were robed, the choir gave a concert to the parents and guests. A reception was held after the concert. Dave Correll welcomes new member, Steve Nuernberger, as the choir members look on. Students and parents enjoy the re-1 freshments serv-j ed after the concert.Junior Play "Room for One More" was presented by the junior class on Thursday, November 16. The setting of the play was a small cottage on the New Jersey coast. The play was directed by Miss RoseMary McCowen. CAST Rescued Woman Jimmy John . . Poppy .... Janey ......... Teensie Rose . George Biddle . Trot Rose . . Betty.......... Joey .......... Mrs. Biddle . Miss Winston . Mother .... . . Carolyn Schaefer . . . Larry Schaake . . . . Mike O'Hare . . . Dianne Gunther . . . Elra Johnston .... KentWildman .......Kathy Baird Carolyn Fiegenbaum .......John Cwan Mary Jane Wiechman ... Joyce Stegall ........Judy Harris Mrs. Crocker puts the finishing touches of make-up on Mary Jane Wiechman while Kay Wieduwilt, Carolyn Schaefer, Kent Wildman, and Jeanie Stolze watch. "Whaddayaknow - my shoes!" exclaims Elra Johnston as Kathy Baird fishes them out of the barrel. Tragedy strikes the Rose family with the death of Poppy.Ch stmas Dance Wayne Peck, Bill Hoppe, Jim Lueders, David Dietzel, and Phil Brave enjoy refreshments during the dance. Judy Mory, Jerry Rhinehardt, Brad Hofeditz, and Kathy Rigler dance to the music of Walt Schlemer. Deist, David Hunter, Sharon Veith. Danny Hofeditz, i Mory, and Jerry Rhinehardt enjoy dancing at the Christmas DasBarbara Guller and Kent Martin do the twist. E.H.S. students have fun dancing at one of the many bean dances. PAGE SPONSORS: HOFEDITZ MUSIC SHOP HOME NURSERY AND GREENHOUSES, INC, PEOPLE’S SAVING AND LOAN A°SOC. WILLIAM D. PIZZINNI CO.Assem bl ies It's a holdup! Let's go! The charming homecoming court from Dodge City. Collinsville's Coach Wetzel gives the Tigers a pep talk.senior quartet, Dave Correll, Kit Blackmore, Jerry id, and John Mottar, sing in the Christmas assembly. Spectators at the skin diving assembly. Sing along with iMitch. PAGE SPONSOR: L.S.M. BUILDERS, INC.Leaving for the state meet are Coach Freeland, Bob Weise, DaveCochran, Robert Burnham, Bob Pulliam, Ken Wieduwilt, Kit Blackmore, Ralph Koenig, Dave Werner, Alan Vest, and George Burnham. Denny Caulk hands George Burnham his place card. Despite the cold, many students come out to cheer the crosscountry team off to state (lower right). JR. VARSITY SQUAD FRONT ROW: Larry Madison, Dick Gerber, Joe Garwood, Johnny Hagemeister. BACK ROW: Coach Ken Freeland, Dennis Knobbe, Ron Schmidt, Skip Stubbs, Rich Gusewelle, Dennis Speckman, Bill Hop( e, Bob Pulliam. The cross country team again hada successful season. The Tigers earned: place trophies in the Beaumont and Pt Invitationals, in both of which approxinu thirty schools competed. In the district -held here, the Bengals finished second they also received second place honors. conference meet held at Belleville. Ge Burnham set a record for our localcouir the Wood River meet. The Tigers finished fourth in the-meet. George Burnham finished third a: team competitors and sixth in the field, hi: than any previous E.H.S. runner has finis | Other Bengal harriers to place were Blackmore, 22; Ralph Koenig, 25;BobWej 28; and Dave Cochran, 39. An added acn plishment of the cross country boys in state meet was that they finished well a of Alton, who had captured first placehc in both the district and conference rr;Participating successfully in the Wood River meet, in which Weise, Alan Vest, Kit Blackmore. Terry Lynn, and Dave the Tigers captured each of the first eleven places, were Werner. Robert Burnham, George Burnham, Ralph Koenig, Bob VARSITY SQUAD FRONT ROW: Kit Blackmore, Ralph Koenig, George Burnham, Dave Werner, Dave Cochran. BACK ROW: Bob Pulliam, Kenny Wieduwilt, Robert Burnham, Alan Vest, Bob Weise, Coach Freeland. Team captain George Burnham is holding the trophy won in the Peoria Invitational.Cary Schumacher and ing. Gary Kotva practice kick The 1961 football season officially opened September 15 when the Tigers played Madison to a 19 to 19 tie. After losing to Kirkwood the following week, the Tigers went on to defeat Wood River and Collinsville on the losers fields. The Collinsville game was a 20 to 19 thriller and was considered by many as the most exciting game of the year. At this point in the schedule, the Bengals were tied for first place in the Southwestern Conference. However, the Tigers then met consecutive defeats at the hands of East St. Louis, Alton, Granite City (Homecoming game), and Belleville. The football Tigers closed the season by defeating Roxana, 27 to 7. The overall schedule yielded 3 wins, 5 defeats, and 1 tie. In conference games the Orange and Black won two and lost four. For each game, the cheerleaders presented an award to one outstanding player, who was selected by a panel consisting of Mr. Price, Mr. Lucco, Mr. Butler, Mr. Isselhardt, and Mr. Kuethe. Gary Schumacher was selected for the Madison and East St. Louis games, and Wayne Henderson received the award for the Wood River and Granite City games. Tony Regna and Rudy Slemer tied for the award for the Kirkwood games. Other boys receiving the honor were Kent Wildman, Collinsville game; Larry Schaake, Alton game; Jack Bayer, Belleville game; and Ronnie Aubrecht, Roxana game. Jim Lueders, Kenny Bivens, and Russ Helmich work naru as football managers.- ' p: Cd. prrv Johnson (62), Bob Senn (64), and Bill ;.ny (71) participate in a charging drill er the direction of Coach Kuethe. Tiger ball carrier is brought down by the 'anite City Warriors in the Homecoming ,e. In the background are Tigers Bob r Een Coalcra enn (64), Tony Regna (10). Gregg ft (75), and Charles Hall (80). varsity squad front row: Russell [Helmich, manager; Ron Malone, Tony [Regna. Rudy Slemer, Gregg Chalcraft, hve Schwartzkopf, Dick McDonough, Ronnie Aubrecht, Gary Schumacher, Jack Bayer, Jim West, Jim Mareing, Barth Legate. MIDDLE ROW: Jim Lueders, manner; Bob Nelson, Kent Wildman, Bob ;gles, Charles Killion, Roman Stolcis, |E!don Frisse, Larry Landers, Joe prasend, Mike Wahl, Larry Schaake, Bill fcemy, Mike Regna, Coach Kuethe. BACK ROW: Coach Isselhardt, Everett Polk, Elmo Betts, Bill Blind, Wayne Henderson, fG-ry Campbell, Gary Kotva, Bob Hoskins, Bob Senn, Richard Noll, Terry Johnson, paries Hall, Norman Schoettle, Ronnie fcandler, Coach Price.DATE Sept. 15 Sept. 22 Sept. 29 Oct. 6 Oct. 12 Oct. 20 Oct. 27 Nov. 3 Nov. 10 1961 FOOTBALL SCHEDULE OPPONENT WE THEY Madison (T) Kirkwood (H) Wood River (T) Collinsville (T) E. St. Louis (H) Alton (T) Granite City (H) Belleville (H) Roxana (T) 19 19 0 7 19 13 20 19 7 34 13 31 13 19 6 34 27 7 JUNIOR VARSITY SQUAD FRONT ROW Ronnie Frey, Jack Foster, Bob Slemer, Mike Traband, Tom Lewis, Tom Cameron]] Bud Terry, Werner Clark, Don Polk, Jim Gordon, Dave Schwalb. SECOND ROW: Duane Pacey, Bob Philabaun, Waygl Metzger. Spencer Moore, Ed Small, Phil Hartman, Bob Heidinger, Scott Brooks,) Dave Champion, Paul Gross, Manager] Kenny Bivens. THIRD ROW: Coach Price,) Herbert Brooks, Ron Nuernberger, Bob) Michel, Tom Mareing, Bill Miller, Jim Dorsey, Mike Skinner, Dave Crook, Bill] Meyer, Mike Crane. Hours of strenuous practice are necessi' to field a winning team. PAGE SPONSORS: A. W. DRIVE-IN BROOKTS JEWELRY BEN FRANKLIN BARTON SONS CO.Coach Price, Captain Rudy Slemer, Coach Isselhardt, and Coach Kuethe discuss strategy for the next game. Kent Wildman tries to clear the way for Gary Schumacher, but his fellow teammate is halted by a deluge of enemy tacklers. PAGE SPONSOR: EDWARDSVILLE CREAMERY CO. Here's how the game looks to the announcer, Coach Hutton.After several weeks of practice the basketball season open-[•December 1 with a victory over Highland. Through games to Siruary 24, the Tigers won five and lost sixteen. A high point Pie season was winning the tournament at St. Anthony of Fffinsham. Our on y victory i n Southwestern Conference compe-Stion was over Granite City here. The Jr. Varsity team won Eht and lost nine, and the Sophomore team had a good record tfnine wins to go with four defeats, through February 24. With L majority of the lettermen returning next year, prospects for Je future look somewhat more encouraging. BASKETBALL SCHEDULE DATE Dec. 1 Dec. 2 Tourney at Dec. 8 Dec. 9 Dec. 15 )ec. 22 ;hristmas Dec. 27 Dec. 28 jl 5 fan. 6 fan. 12 bn. 13 fan. 19 fan. 20 Ian. 26 ;eb. 2 ;eb. 3 :eb. 9 :eb. 10 •eb. 16 ;eb. 24 St. OPPONENT WE THEY Highland-H 75 51 Wood River-T 56 72 Anthony: Highland 74 68 St. Anthony 62 52 Alton-H 55 65 Granite-H 81 62 irney at Centralia: New Trier 62 77 Carbondale 57 61 Belleville-H 51 57 Collinsville-T 43 80 E. St. Louis-T 61 69 Quincy-T 43 81 Madison-H 40 83 Roxana-H 63 59 Alton-T 62 79 Wood River-H 58 67 Granite-T 39 59 Belleville-T 63 82 Collinsville-H 60 81 E. St. Louis-H 66 73 Litchfield-T 61 84 An Alton player tips one in. VARSITY SQUAD FRONT ROW: Manager John Cwan, Terry Lynn, Gary Schumacher, Alan Vest, Larry Schaake, Steve Nuernberger, Skip Stubbs, Manager Rich Lohr. BACK ROW: Coach Hutton, Bob Pulliam, Rich Gusewelle, Bob Hoskins, Steve Lichtenauer, Bob Rinkel, Bob Paproth, Wayne Henderson, Coach Harris.Bob Paproth and Skip Stubbs will be ready for a pass if Rich Gusewelle succeeds in getting the rebound. JR. VARSITY SQUAD FRONT ROW: Dennis Knobbe, Jeff Wohlford, Dave Dietzel, Spencer Moore, Ken Wieduwilt, JoeTownsend. BACK ROW: Coach Hutton, Dennis Speckman, Dave Bopp, BobSenn, Steve Lichtenauer, Bob Harris, Arlin Schaefer, Gary Franke, Richard Noll, Coach Harris. An Alton player wins out this time.Sophomores Jeff Wohlford, Richard Noll, Dennis Knobbe, Bob Harris, Gary Franke, and Dennis Speckman help teammates Dave Dietzel, Spencer Moore, Ken Wieduwilt, Bob Senn, Arlin Schaefer, and Dave Bopp do sit-ups. Watching Steve Lichtenauer jump over a bench are Dave Bopp, Robert Harris, Rich Noll, Bob Senn, and Dennis Speckman. ! Wayne Henderson, Skip i Stubbs, Bob Paproth, Steve Lichtenauer, Alan Vest, Steve ‘Nuernberger, and BobHoskins sharpen their passing skills. 1PAGE SPONSORS: eberhart SIGNS FREDMAN BROS. I FURNITURE ILLINOIS LUMBER CO. JIM JONES, INC."Muscles" Treat and "Smasher" Small enjoy having their picti taken. PAGE SPONSORS: EDWARDSVILLE LUMBER CO. MADISON COUNTY MUTUAL INS. CO. WRESTLING SQUAD FRONT ROW: Don Polk. Ray Carter, Mel Paproth, Elmer Lewis, Bud Terry, Roger Ruchta, SteveMihalic. SECOND ROW: Bob Nelson, Bill Hoppe, BobCarter, Dale Farrington, Russell Treat, Bob Agles, Ed Small, Charles Killion. THIRD ROW: Ronnie Bernhardt, John Handshy, Paul Schmidt, Alvin Wilkening, Robert Kappler, Ronald Nuernberger, Ronnie Chandler, Jerry Raulston. Danny Hofeditz, Karl Dippold. FOURTH ROW: Bill Brase, Ronald Gusewelle, Gordon Rose, BobGrinstead, Roger Koch, Richard Gusewelle, Bill Miller, Richard Small, Terrv Johnson, Norman Schoettle.Bob Grinstead demonstrates a wrestling hold on Norman Schoettle. Bob Agles seems to have an edge on the opposing wrestler. The wrestling team, coached by Mel Kuethe, again enjoyed a very rssful season. Of the fourteen regular meets schedulecf, the Tigers eleven. Their chief problem was Granite City, who was responsible roof the Bengal's three defeats. saving previously qualified in the Wood River regional tournament, rdsville wrestlers from six of the twelve weight divisions partici-: in the sectional tourney held at Granite City, February 24. These vere Roger Buchta, BobNelson, BobCarter, Bill Hoppe, Bob Agles, jssell Treat. Of these. Nelson, Carter, and Agles qualified for the finals, which were held in Chicago, March 2-3. THEY 27 11 17 39 5 23 31 10 13 12 15 3 13 0 DATE Dec. 5 Dec. 7 Dec. 12 Dec. 14 Dec. 18 Dec. 20 Jan. 5 Jan. 11 Jan. 13 Jan. 15 Jan. 18 Jan. 23 Jan. 30 Feb. 8 WRESTLING SCHEDULE OPPONENT WE Jackspnville-H 16 Cahokia-T 37 Belleville-H 25 Granite City-H 8 E. St. Louis-T 40 Wood River-T 26 Granite City-T 10 Belleville-T 33 Quincy-T 28 Greenville-T 31 E. St. Louis-H 27 Roxana-T 45 Wood River-H 32 Roxana-H 46THOMAS M. BUTLER: Principal Administrators JOE LUCCO: Assistant Principal and Dean of Boys. Responsibility for all the affairs of maintenance andc tinuance of Edwardsville High School is on the shoulders of Butler and Mr. Lucco. These administrators deal fairly students in academic problems and in school policies, thus taining the respect of the students. Mr. Butler is oca pied at all times. Mr. Lucco visions a player to fit this shoe.E SPONSORS: ARDSVILLE FROZEN FOODS )R1ST MUTUAL INS. CO. ER'S MENfS WEAR .OW'S ELECTRICAL CONTRACTORS ELSIE J. SLOAN Eastern Illinois University, B.S. in Ed. Washington University, MS. in Ed. Dean of Girls; English Essentials and Composition Guidance BOARD OF EDUCATION ROW ONE: A. Gordon Dodds, Superintendent; Albert Cassens, Board President; Herbert Brockmeier, Secretary; William Dorsey, President pro tempore. ROW TWO: Chester Buchta, member; David Simpson, member; John Morrisey, Board Attorney; Robert Schaefer, member; Richard Kaiser, member; Paul Heepke, member.G uidance Department The Guidance Department helps establish both educational and vocational goals that are consistent with the student patterns of interests and aptitudes. The members of this department are Miss Sloan, Mr. Harris, and Mr. Johnson. MR. GLENN JOHNSON Southern Illinois University, B.S., M.S. MR. RONNIE HARRIS Bradley University, B.S. in Ed. PAGE SPONSORS: BOB'S BAND BOX CLEANERS A FRIEND DILLMAN'S PAINT WALLPAPER DESMOND PLUMBINGMRS. KESL: Guidance MISS GUSEWELLE:Office Secretary MRS. FIRNHABER: Registar MRS. JONES: TreasurerCAFETERIA STAFF: Mrs. Schipkowski, Mrs. Clark, Mrs. Park'er, Mrs. Van Hooser, Mr. Jett, Mrs. Killon, Mrs. Grosenheider, Mrs. Paproth, Mrs. Carpenter, Mrs. Borgstede. The cafeteria staff enjoys Halloween, too! 84 CUSTODIANS: Mr. Holtmann, Mrs. Strasen, Mr. Wiegand, Mr. Utecht. NOT PICTURED: Mr. Johnson. PAGE SPONSORS: AUERBACH'S BLUME'S BUSKER'S HARDWARE BURNS' NURSERY BASSMAN JEWELRY CLAYTON CLEANERS DONUT SHOP IRMA'S BEAUTY SHOPFaculty E CUNNINGHAM rsity of Illinois, A.B. rsity of Colorado, M.A. h, French WILMA ANDERSON Southern State University, B.S. in Ed. Latin II ARTHUR AFPRILL 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 DOLORES DAY Eastern Illinois University, B.S. in Ed. University of Illinois, M.S. in Ed. Typing, Shorthand, General Business GAYLE DAY Eastern Illinois University, B.S. in Ed. University of Illinois, M.S. in Ed. Biology, Advanced Biology TERRY DURHAM Eastern Illinois University Southern University, B.S. in Ed. Art, Practical Mathematics JACK L. ELAM Greenville College, A.B. Mathematics CLEAON ETZKORN Millikin University, B.M.E., M.M.E. Instrumental MusicKENNETH FREELAND Eastern Illinois University, B.S. Clerical Practice, Bookkeeping, Cross Country Coach ROBERT G. CASS Illinois State Normal University, B.S., M.S. Business Education HELEN GEORGE McMurray College, A.B. Washington University, B.S. Algebra, Advanced Algebra, Librarian A.M. GIBSON Illinois Wesleyan University, B.S. University of Michigan, M.S. Biology, Physics ESTHER GOEDDEL University of Illinois, B.S., M.A. World History, American History RONALD HARRIS BruJIcv I'niver B.S. in Ed. Guidance, Sociolog American History, Basket ha 11 Coac: RICHARD HUTTON Eastern Illinois University, B.S. in Ed. Washington University, M.S. Boys' Health, World Geography, Ass't. Basketball Coach BENNY ISSELHARD1 McKendree College, B.S. Washington University, M.S. World Affairs, Driver Education, Football Coach BERNICE JONES University of Illinois, B.A. German FacultyFaculty JAMES KESSINGER Shurtleff College, B.M.E. Vocal Music MELVIN KUETHE State Normal University, B.S. in Ed. University of Missouri, M.S. in Ed. Boys' P.E. Wrestling Coach JUDITH ANN LEWIS University of Illinois, B S English I, English II JENE LITTLE rersity of Tennessee, .S., M.S. tag, General Business, keeping ROSEMARY McCOWEN Southern Illinois University, B.S. in Ed. English II MILDRED MORAN University of Illinois, A.B. Plane Geometry, English ELISABETH MILLER Central Missouri State College, 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 MARILYNN MULLEN Eastern Illinois University, B.S. Girls' P.E-., Cheerleader Sponsor, G.A.A. Director LUCY PARKER Alabama College, B.S. in Ed. University of Tennessee, M.S. in Home Economics Home Economics II III, Family Living DOROTHY PHIPPS Depauw University, B.A. University of Illinois, M.S. Physical Education, Health WILLIAM POWELL McKendree College, B.S. University of Illinois, M. in Ed Chemistry, Advanced Chemistry 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 CHESTER SHIBtJ I niversirv of Il'.-.n: B.S., M.S. Agriculrure ALETHA SM1SER Central Missouri State College, B.S. in Ed. Colorado State College, M.S. Shorthand, Secretarial Practice WILLIAM ST AIR WALT 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 Faculty 88Faculty ABEL WOOD VIVIAN THOMPSON Eastern Illinois University, B.S. in Ed. Indiana University, M.S. Librarian MARGARETTE WARMBRODT Missouri Valley College, B.M. Ed., B.S. in Ed. Missouri University, M.A. English Essentials and Composition JEAN WOHLFORD Whitewater State College B.S. in Ed. Typing I, Personal Typin iversity of Illinois, A.B. iversity of Wisconsin, M.A. glish Literature, rican Literature MRS. ISSACS Student Teacher, English Essentials and Composition OROTHY PHIPPS—keeping order istudy hall.Seniors DIANNE ALBERTER Homecoming 2,4; Class Sec. 4; F.N.A. 3,4; Pres. 4; Girls' Choir 2; Operetta 3; A Cappella Choir 3,4; G.A.A. 1,2 3-Dramatics Club 3,4, Sec. 4: Dramatics Club Play Committee 3; Junior Play Committee 3; Prom Committee 3-Spanish Club 1,2; Cafeteria Helpers 3,4; Chorus 1.’ 3Ut ALEXANDER Class Vice Pres. 1.4; Band 1,2,3,4, Sec. 4; Operetta 3,4-Chorus 1; Junior Play Cast 3; Math Club 2.4; A Cappella Choir 2.3.4; F.T.A. 3; G.A.A. 1,2,3,4, Pres. 4; Music Listening Club 2,4; Prom Committee 3; Physical Science £ ab. 3i „Latin Club 1; Band Staff 1.2.3; Sight Reading Clinic 2,3,4; All County Band 1,2,3. ® BARBARA ALLEN Operetta 4; Girls' Choir 2,3; Chorus 1; ACappella Choir 4; Library Club 4; Librarian 4; Music Listening Club 2. TERRY AMBUEHL 4-’ 9florus 3 4; A Cappella 4; Music Listening Club 3,4; Technicians’ Club 1. RONALD AUBRECHT Homecoming 1.4; Class Treas. 4; Band 1,2,3; Studer Council 4; Football 1,2.3,4; Basketball 3; Track 3; Base ba 1 1,2; Letterman’sClub3,4; Prom Committee 3; Physi cal Science Club 4; All County Band 3; Sight Reading Cl ini' KAREN BARDELMEIER 90LARRY BARTH Track 3,4; Tennis 2. TOM BARTON . „. . Crosscountry 1,2; Basketball 1,2; Baseball 1,2, 3.4; Spanish Club 2.3; Technicians' Club 1. JACK BAYER Football 1,2,3,4; Basketball 1; Track 1,2,3; Wrestling 2; Audio-Visual Aids Club 1,2,3; Let-terman's Club 3,4. KATHLEEN BEIMFOHR Girls' Choir 2,3,4; Chorus 1; F.H.A. 1; Music Listening Club 2,3,4. SHERRI BENNETTE Homecoming 3,4; F.N.A. 1; Chorus 1; Junior Play Cast 3, F.T.A. 3; Office Helpers 3,4; Music Listening Club 6 Prom Committee 3. VIRGINIA BERNHARDT F.N.A. 1.2.3,4, Sec. 4; Cafeteria Helpers 3,4. CONRAD BLACKBURN Football 1,2,3; Basketball 1; Club 3,4; Spanish Club 1,2. Track 1,2,3; Wrestling 2,3,4; Letterman's CHRISTOPHER N. BLACKMORE . u Operetta 3,4; Chorus 1; Student Council 1,2,3,4, Treas. 3; Pres. 4; Hand-book Committee 1,2.3. Business Manager 2; Prom Committee 3; Cross Country 4; Wrestling 1; Tennis i.2,3,4; A Cappella Choir 2,3.4; Letter-man's Club 4; Math Club 3.4; Physical Science Club i.2,3,4; Junior Play Cast 3; Double Quartet 2; Madrigals 3. Band L2,3, Operetta 3,4; Girls' Choir 2; Junior Play Cast 3; A Cappella Choir 3,4; F.T.A. 3; G.A.A. 1.2,3,4; Math Club 2.4; Music Listening Club 2,3; Latin Club 1; Band Staff 2,3,4; G.A.A. Board 3; Prom Committee 3; Dramatics 4. wxo—zmwGERALD BLASE Baseball 1; Tennis 2,3,4; Letterman's Club 4; Math Club 3,4. THOMAS BLIXEN Football 1; Track 1,2,3,4; Math Club 3,4; Biological Science Club 4; Photography Club 2; Social Studies Club 2; Physical Science Club 3. DAVID BOCCALEONI MARY BOLIN F.N.A. 1,2,3,4, Sec. 3; F.H.A. 1,2; G.A.A. 1,2,3,4; Prom Committee 3. c E 92 JOE BRADSHAW WILLIAM BRASE Band 1,2,3,4; Wrestling 2,3,4; F.F.A. 1.2.3,4, Treas. 3, Pres. 4. PHIL BRAVE Tiger Times 4; Tennis 1; Math Club 2,3,4; Latin Club 1; Physical Science Club 2,4. BARBARA BROCKMEIER Homecoming 1; Class Sec. 2; Girls' Choir 2; Chorus 1; Student Council 1,2,3,4; Handbook 4; Junior Play Cast 3; F.T.A. 3,4; G.A.A. 1,2,3,4; Music Listening Club 3; Spanish Club 1,2; Prom Committee 3.KENNETH BROCKMEIER Basketball 2; F.F.A. 1,2,3,4. LESLIE BROWN Football 1; Baseball 1,4; Track 1; Basketball 1; Audio-Visual Aids Club 1; Cafeteria Helpers 1; Tiger Times 4. REBECCA BROWN Band 1,2,3,4; Chorus 1; Music Listening Clubl; F.H.A. 1; G.A.A. 2. KAREN BUCKINGHAM Girls' Choir 3,4; Chorus 2; French Club 1,2; Music Listening Club 3,4. s E N i o R s BUCKLEY 3hoir 3,4; Chorus 1; Music ListeningClub 1,2,3,4; Committee 3; Spanish Club 3; F.T. A. 1.2,3,4; G.A.A. BURGESS .2,3; Basketball 2; Chorus 3; Photography Club 4; 1; Prom Committee 3. GEORGE BURNHAM Cross Country 1,2,3,4; Basketball 1,2,3; Track 1,2,3,4; Letterman's Club 4; Physical Science Club 1,2,3,4, Sec. 3, Pres. 4; Math Club 3. ROBERT BURNHAM Cross Country 3,4; Tennis 1; Physical Science Club 1,2,4, Treas. 3; Biological Science Club 2; Math Club 2,3,4, Vice Pres. 4. ANN BURRUS Homecoming 2. Homecoming Queen 4; F.N.A. 1,2; Chorus 1; Cheerleader J.V. 3, Varsity 4; Junior Play Cast 3; Prom Committee 3; F.T.A. 2,4; G.A.A. 1,2,3,4; Music Listening Club 1,2,3. CAROL BUTCHER Art Club 1; F.H.A. 1; G.A.A. 2; Music Listening Club 3.94 SENIOR PERSONALITIES - TALENT - Dave Correlland Sue Alexander. GREGG CHALCRAFT Football 3,4; Baseball Team Manager 2,3,4; Letterman’s Club 3,4. BONNIE CARNAGHI F.N;A. 4; Girls' Choir 3,4; Chorus 1,2; Junior Play Committee 3; G.A.A. 1,2,3,4; Music Listening Club 1,2; Photography Club 2,3,4. MARY CARTER F.H.A. 1,2. WILLIAM CATALANO Chorus 1,2,3; Basketball 1; Track 1; Music Listening Club 2,3,4; Technicians’ Clubl; A Cappella Choir 4; Spanish Club 1. BEN CALVERT Latin Club 1,2; Math Club 3,4; Physical Science Club 4.MICHAEL CHILDRES Tennis 1. JOHN CLARK Chorus 1,2,3; Track 2; ACappellaChoir 4; Music Listening Club 3,4. DAVE COCHRAN Cross Country 1,2,3,4; Track 1; Wrestling 1,2,3, 4; Tiger Times 3; Junior Flay Cast 3; Dramatics Club 3,4; French Club 2,3,4; Technicians' Club 1,2; Music Listening Club 2. DONNA COFFMAN Class Treas. 1; Operetta 3,4; Chorus 1; Junior Play Committee 3; Dramatics Club 3,4, Vice Pres. 3, Pres. 4; Dramatics Club Play Committee 3; A Cappella Choir 2,3,4; G.A.A. 1,2,3,4; Music Listening Club 1,2; Prom Committee 3. DAVE CORRELL Band 1,2,3,4; Operetta 3,4; Handbook Committee 4; Chorus 1; Tiger Staff 3,4; Tiger Times 4; Spanish Club 2,3, Pres. 3; Art Club 1,2,3,4, Vice Pres. 3; Prom Committee 3; Junior Play Committee 3; A Cappella Choir 2,3,4. NORMA CRABTREE Office Helpers 4. RICHARD CRABTREE ‘Crosscountry 1,2,3; Basketball 1,2,3; Track 1,2,3,4; Letterman's Club 3.4; Math Club 2. ( O—Z m KATHRYN DAVID F.H.A. I; G.A.A. 1,2. HELEN DEAN Social Studies Club 2,3,4, Sec.-Treas. 4; G.A.A. 1,2,3,4; Junior Play Committee 3; From Committee 3; F.N. A. 4; Office Helpers 3,4; F.H.A 1,2. LINDA DIPPOLD Worden High 1,2,3; Class Treas. 3; Chorus 1,2,3; Student Council 3; F.H.A. 1,2,3, Sec. 3; Librarian 3; Girls1 Choir 4; Homecoming 3. TIM DOUGLAS Football 1,2; Track 1,2; Wrestling 1,2; Music ListeningClub 4; Cafeteria Helpers 3,4. SUE DUSTMAN F.N.A. 1,2,3.4; G.A.A. 1,2,3,4; Latin Club 1,2; PratJ mittee 3. SANA EDGAR Alhambra High, Martinez, California; Music Lias Club 4; French Club 4, Vice Pres. 4; G.A.A. 4. JANET ENGELKE Cafeteria Helpers 4. HAROLD ERNST Biological Science Club 2,3; Physical Science Club 4; F.F.A. 1,2. MICHAEL EVANS Track 1,2; Wrestling 1; Music Listening Club4. SHIRLEY FOEHRKALB Music Listening Club 2; G.A.A. 1,2,3,4; F.H.A. 1; Prom Committee 3.ELAINE FREESE F. N.A. 3,4; Student Council 1; Tiger Times 3,4; G. A.A. 1,3; Prom Committee 3. RONALD FREY Chorus 2; Football 2,4; Track 2,4; Music Listening Club 4; Spanish Club 1. ELDON FRISSE Homecoming 3; Student Council 2,3,4; Chorus 1, 2; Spanish Club 1; Class Pres. 3; Operetta 3,4; A Cappella Choir 3,4; Prom Committee 3; Football 2,3,4; Basketball 1,2,3; Cross Country 1; Baseball 1,2,3,4; Letterman's Club 2,3,4; Music Listening Club 2. LINDA FRUTH Homecoming 3; Operetta 3,4; Tiger Times 3,4; Junior Play Cast 3; French Club2,3,4, Treas. 2, Pres. 4; F.T.A. 1,3; G.A.A. 1,2,3; Music Listening Club 2,4; Prom Committee 3. s E N I 0 R S SFRY iff 4; Art Club 3,4, Historian 4; Latin Club 1,2; ; Prom Committee 3; Junior Play Committee 3. GEHNER phy Club 2. SHARON GIESEKING F.H.A. 1. SUE GREBEL Junior Play Committee 3; Prom Committee 3; F.N.A. 3 Jlub3; Girls' Choir 4; G.A.A. 1,2,3. ; Music Listening 10BERT GRINSTEAD Vrestling 1,2,3,4; Photography Club 2; Spanish Club3,4; Biological Science Club 1,2. BARBARA CULLER iomecoming 1,4; Class Sec. 1; Class Vice Pres. 3; Math Club 2,3,4; Band ,2,3,4, Vice Pres. 4; F.N.A. 1;Chorus l;Student Council 1,2,3,4; Hand-x»k Committee 2; Physical Science Club 3,4, Vice Pres. 4; Biological -cience Club 2; Prom Committee 3; Operetta 3,4; Latin Club 1; Band taff 3,4; G.A.A. 1,2,3,4, Board Member 1, Point Chairman 4; Junior Play ommittee 3; All County Band 3; Sight Reading Band 3,4; Madrigals 2,3.DENNIS GUSEWELLE F.F.A. 1,2. RICHARD M. GUSEWELLE F.F.A. 1,2,3,4, Sentinel 4; Wrestling2, 3,4. LARRY HALE Operetta 3,4; Chorus 1; A Cappella Choir 2,3,4. s E N I 0 R S 98 RALPH GENE HANDSHY F.F.A. 1,2,3,4. WAYNE HANVEY Chorus 2,3; Tiger Times 3; Spanish Club 1. EUGENE HARRISON Band 1,2,3,4; Operetta 4; Tiger Times 4; Art Club 2,3,4; A Cappella Choir 4; Music Listening Club 3,4; Spanish Club 1; Prom Committee 3. CHRISTINA HARTMANN East Alton-Wood River High; F.N.A. 1; Prom Committee 3; G.A.A. 1,3,4; Librarian 4.WILLIAM HAZELHORST Chorus 1; Track 3; Audio-Visual Aids Club 2. DAVE HELM Tiger Staff 3,4; Tennis 2,3,4; Physical Science Club 3; Math Club 1,2,3,4, Vice Pres. 3, Pres. 4; Carbondale Math Competition 1,2,3. RUSSELL HELMICH Track 1; Audio-Visual Aids Club 1,2,3,4; Letter-man's Club 2,3,4; Football Team Manager 2,3,4; Chorus 1. LYNDEL HELMKAMP Operetta 2,3,4; A Cappella Choir 2,3,4; Physical Science Club 1,2,3,4; Technicians' Club 1,2,3,4, Vice Pres. 3,4. s E N I 0 R S T HELMKAMP :a 3,4; Chorus 1; A Cappella Choir 2,3,4; Audio-Aids Club 1; Technicians' Club 1,3,4, Sec.-Treas. rigal Singers 2,3; Boys' Double Quartet 3. HELLINGER Choir 3,4; Chorus 1,2; F.T.A. 1; Music Listening Prom Committee 3. REBECCA HELLRUNG Band 1,2,3,4; Chorus 1,2; Music Listening Club 3; Latin Club 1,2. STEVE HENKE Granite City High 1,2; Bank 3,4; All County Bank 3,4; Sight Reading Clinic 3,4. KAREN HENKE F. H.A. 1,2,3,4, Pres. 4; Office Helpers 3,4; Prom Committee 3. PAULETTE HENRY G. A.A. 1,2.SHERIAN HENRY Girls' Choir 4; Chorus 1,2,3; Music Listening Club 1,2. THOMAS HESDRA Granite City High, Granite City, Illinois 1. Neshaminy High, Langhorne, Pennsylvania; Football 1,2,3; Basketball 1,2,3; Baseball 1.2,3. ROBERT HLAVSA Basketball 1; Wrestling 1.2.3.4; Baseball 1,2,3,4; Prom Committee3; Art Club 1,2,3,4; Photography Club 1; Music Listening Club 2,3. RITA HODAPP Staunton 1; A Cappella Choir 1; Cafeteria Helpers 3,4. TERRY HOLDER Chorus 2; Cross Country 4; Track 4; Cafeteria Helpers 2.3,4. ISilH j s E N I 0 R S CAROL HOLMES Band 1,2,3,4; Band Committee 1,2,3; Executive Band Board 3; All County Band 3; Latin Club 1; Math Club 2,3; Junior Play Committee 3; Prom Committee 3; G.A.A. 1,2,3,4; Music Listening Club 2,3; French Club 2,3,4, Sec. 2; Physical Science Club 4; Tiger Staff 3,4; Chorus 1. WILLIAM HOPPE Band i; Football 1; Crosscountry 2,3.4; Track 3; Wrestling 1,2,3,4; Baseball 1; Latin Club 2; Let-terman's Club 3,4. PAT HORSBURGH Girls' Choir 3,4; Chorus 1.2; French Club 2,3,4; Music Listening Club 1; Physical Science Club 3; G.A.A. 2,3; F.T.A. 3.4. JANE HOTZ Library Club 2,3,4, Pres. 4,Sec.-Treas. 4; Latin Club 1,2; Librarian 2,3,4; G.A.A. 1,2,3,4,Treas. 4. 100RICHARD HOUSEN Tennis 1. STEPHEN HUTCHERSON Tennis 1,2,3,4; F.F.A. 1,2,3. JACKIE JACKSON Band 1; Girls’ Choir 2,3,4, Sec. 4; Chorus 1; F.N.A. 1,2; Dramatics Club Play Committee 3; Prom Committee 3; Junior Play Committee 3; Dramatics Club 2,3,4; F.H.A. 1; Music Listening Club 1,2; G.A.A. 1,2,3,4, Historian 4. DENNIS JACOBER St. Paul High, Highland, Illinois 1,2,3; Class Officer 1,3; Student Council 3; Prom Committee 3; Office Helpers 1.2,3; Chorus 1,2,3. 0Y JENKINS Madison High, Madison, Illinois 1; Art Club 2. JARY JENNINGS basketball 1; Track 1; Team Manager 1; French Club 2,3; Music Listening Club 2. ..ANA JOBE .N.A. 3,4; Junior Play Committee 3; F.H.A. 1. DITH JOHNSON Mrls’ Choir 2,3; Chorus 1; Spanish Club 1; Music Listening Club 2,3,4. AOMI JURGENA and 1,2,3,4; Band Staff 3. AYMOND KERKEMEYER ,f;a. 1. COLUZ —OCECO JANET KESSINGER Chorus 1; G.A.A. 1; Music Listening Club 1. DON KESSMAN Hot Rod Club 4. ROBERT KETTERLIN Football 1,2,3; Track 1,2; Wrestling 1, 2,3; Art Club4; Letterman'sClub2,3,4; Music Listening Club 1; Spanish Club2. s E N i o R s 102 SHARON KEY F.N.A. 3.4; Girls’ Choir 2,3,4; Chorus 1; Latin Club 1,2; F.T.A. 1,2; G.A.A. 1,3; Music Listening Club 3,4; Prom Committee 3. ELLEN KLUETER F.N.A. 3,4, Point Chairman 4; Girls’Choir 3; Chorus 1,2; A Cappella Choir 4; Library Club 2; Librarian 2; Music Listening Club 3,4; Latin Club 1; Junior Play Committee CAROL KNIBB Homecoming 3,4; Class Treas. 2; Class Sec. 3; Prom Committee 3; Band 1,2,3,4; F.N.A. 1,2; G.A.A. 1,2; Music Listening Club 1,2; Girls' Choir 2,3, Pres. 3; Chorus 1; Dramatics Club Play Committee 3; F.T.A. 3; Math Club 4; Dramatics Club 3,4; Junior Play Committee 3. LOIS KOCH Girls' Choir 3; Chorus 1,2; G.A.A. 1; Music Listening Club 3,4; Prom Committee 3.JOEL H. KOEN Tiger Times 3,4. RALPH KOENIG Cross Country 1,2,3,4; Basketball 1,2,3; Track 2,3,4; Basketball Team Manager 4; F.F.A. 1,2,3, '4. ROBERT KRETSCHMER Chorus 1; Tennis 1; F.T.A. 3,4; Latin Club 1,2, Treas. 2; Music Listening Club 2. SUSAN KRIEGE F.N.A. 1,3,4; Girls' Choir 3; Chorus 1,2; Math Club 2; Student Council 1.2,3,4, Sec. 4; Handbook Committee 4; Business Manager 4; A Cappella Choir 4; Music Listening Club 3,4; G.A.A. 1,2,3, 4, Sec. 4; Latin Club 1,2, Sec. 2; Prom Committee 3; Operetta 4. s E N I 0 R S DENNIS KUBICEK Band 1,2,3,4; Cross Country 1,2,3; Basketball 1; Spanish Club 1.2; Baseball 1,2,3,4; Music Listening Club 3,4; Biological Science Club 3; Aviation Club 4. CATHERINE KULP Operetta 3,4; Girls' Choir 2; Chorus 1; A Cappella Choir 3,4; Tiger Staff 3,4; Dramatics Club 3,4; Music Listening Club 2; Prom Committee 3. KAREN KURMANN Band 1,2,3,4; All County Band 3; G.A.A. 2,3; Spanish Club 1,3; Music Listening Club 2,3. DAVID LAMBERT Band 1,2,3,4; Tiger Times 4; Physical Science Club 1,3,4; Technicians' Club 1,2,3,4, Pres. 3,4; Prom Committee 3. SANDRA LAMBERT Carlinville, Illinois; F.N.A. 4; Girls'Choir 2; G.A.A. 1,2,3,4; F.H.A. 1,2; Music Listening Club 4. LARRY LANDERS Football 1,2,3,4; Letterman's Club 3,4.ANN LITTLE Chorus 1; Tiger Times 3,4; F.T.A. 3,4; G.A.A. 1, 2,3,4; Library Club 2; Librarian 2; Office Helpers 2,3; Prom Committee 3; Junior Play Committee 3. CHARLES LITTLE Football 1; Wrestling 2.3,4; Technicians Club3, 4, KERRY LOCKE La Sierra, California; Football 1. ROGER LONG Track 1. 104 HARRY LAWRENCE Band 1,2,3,4, Pres. 4; Tiger Times 3,4; Art Club 1 2 Vice Pres 7 lT%trpBl HCaiSClli1C CIU 1.2. Sec. 3; Physical’ Science Club 4: All State Band 4; All County Band 2,3; Sight Reading Clinic 4.' ARLYN LANGE F.F.A. 1,2,3,4. BARTH LEGATE Football 1,2,3,4; Track 2,3,4; Baseball 1; Audio-Visual Aids Club 1 Spanish Club 2,3,4. ALLEN LEOPOLD Football 1,2,3; Track 1. KARLA LEU Library Club 4; Spanish Club 2,3. DOROTHY LEXOW F.N.A. 2,3,4, Vice Pres. 4; Chorus 1; Tiiter Times f aHn luh1!15 P2,3’ .1 •2 3 4; Photography Club 4; Latin Club 1, Prom Committee 3.PATRICIA LUBER Chorus 1; F.H.A. 1; G.A.A. 3,4; Spanish Club 2,3. MARY LUDWIG Highland High 1,2; Librarian 1,2; School Paper 1, 2; Pep Club 1; Tiger Times 3; Office Helpers 3,4; Music Listening Club 3,4. JIM LUEDERS Granite City, Illinois 1; Football Team Manager 4; Tiger Staff 3,4; Music Listening Club 3; Let-terman's Club 4; Track Team Manager 3,4; Prom Committee 3; Photography Club2,3,4, Vice Pres. 3, Pres. 4. TERRY LYNN Cross Country 1,2,3,4; Basketball 1,2,4; Wrestling 3,4; Baseball 1,2,3,4; Letterman'sClub3,4; Latin Club 1,2; Office Helpers 4; Music Listening Club 4; Prom Committee 3. s E N I 0 R S LARRY MADISON Student Council 1,2,3,4, Vice Pres. 4; Handbook Committee 4; Cross Country 4; Track 3, 4; Baseball 2; Math Club 3,4; junior Play Committee 3; Music Listening Club 4; Prom Committee 3. RONALD MALONE Football 2,3,4; Track 1,2,3,4; Wrestling 3,4; Cafeteria Helpers 1,2; Letterman s Club3,4; Spanish Club 2,3; Music Listening Club 4. IM MARE1NG {and 1,2,3; Chorus 1; Football 1.2,3.4; Basketball 1; Track 1,2,3; Letter-ian's Club 3,4; Spanish Club 1,2; All County Band 3. ENT MARTIN horus 4; Football 3; Cross Country 1,2; Basketball 1,2; Track 1,2; restling 4; Math Club 4; Music Listening Club 4. UCILLE MARTIN and 1.2,3,4; Chorus 1; Music Listening Club 2. ERRY McCALLA ootball 1,2; Wrestling 2; Photography Club 1,2,3,4; Tennis 2; Audio-isual Aids Club 1,2; Junior Play Committee 3; Cafeteria Helpers 3; rom Committee 3.richard McDonough Homecoming 4; Royal Escort 4; Class Pres. 4; Football 2,3,4; Cross Country 1; Basketball 1; Track 1,2,3,4; Letter-man's Club 3,4. DENNIS McNEILLY GAY MEFFERT Business Education Club 4. s E N I o R s 106 LUCINDA MEYER Girls' Choir 2 3; Chorus 1; F.H.A. 1,2,3,4. Sec. 3; Prom Committee 3; A Cappella Choir 4; Junior Play Committee VERNON MEYER F.F.A. 4. GLEN MILLER Football 1,2; Wrestling 1,2; Technicians'Club 1,2,3,4; Math Club 4; Fhysical Science Club 1,2; Social Studies Club 3,4. LAURA JO MINNER F.N.A. 4; Girls' Choir 3.4; Chorus 1,2; F.H.A. 1,2; Prom Committee 3; G.A.A. 1,3,4; Spanish Club 1; Music Listening Club 3,4. BERNIE MORTON Adrian High, Adrian, Michigan; Math Club 4. JOHN MOTTAR Band 1.2,3,4; Operetta 3,4; Chorus 1; Tennis 1; All County Band 3; A Cappella Choir 2,3,4; Biological Science Club 3; Technicians' Club 1,2,3. KAREN JOYCE NEIDHARDT Band 1.2,3,4; F.N.A. 4; Operetta 4; Girls' Choir 2,3; Chorus 1; Tiger Staff 4; A Cappella Choir 4; Spanish Club 1,2; Band Staff 1; Music Listening Club 3,4; Junior Play Committee 3. KAREN TERESA NICHOLSON Girls’ Choir 2,3,4, Sec. 3, Pres. 4; F.H.A. 1,2,3; Music Listening Club 4. ROBERT NOTHDURFT Chorus 1,2,3,4; Track 3,4; Tennis 1,2; Music Listening Club 3,4; Cafe-eria Helpers 3. )AVID NOVAK Tiger Times 3,4; Technicians' Club 1. BLANCHE OWENS Ihorus 1,2,3; Music Listening Club 3. AMES R. OWENS horus 1,2.3,4; Track 1; Technicians' Club 1; Audio-Visual Aids Club 1,DUANE PACEY Bethalto High 1,2; Football 4. MARY PAPROTH F.N.A. 3,4; Girls' Choir 2,3,4; Chorus 1; F.T.A. 1,2; Junior Play Committee 3; Prom Committee 3. JOHN C. PARKER Band 1; Operetta 3,4; Chorus 1; A Cappella Choir 2,3,4; Tennis 1,2; Technicians' Club 1; Audio-Visual Aids Club 2,3; Music Listening Club 3,4; Cafeteria Helpers 1,2,3,4. BARBARA J. PIERCE Abilene High, Abilene, Texas; Belleville High, Belleville, Illinois; Concord Carlisle High, Concord, Massachusetts; Girls' Choir 1; Chorus 1,2; F.H.A. 1. s E N I 0 R S 108 MARY LOU POELING St. Charles High 1,2,3; Chorus 4. BETTY PYLE F.N.A. 1,2,4; Girls' Choir 3,4; Chorus 1,2; Student Council 1,2,3,4; G.A.A. 1,2,3.4; Music Listening Club 1,2,3,4; Prom Committee 3. JOYCE RALSTON Chorus 2,3; Business Education Club 4. JAY L. RAMBO Martel High, Martel, Ohio; Caledonia High, Caledonia. Ohio; Class Treas. 2; Basketball 2; Track 1,2.MICHAEL RANEK Cross Country 1,2; Basketball 1,2; Track 2,3; Baseball 1; Tiger Times 4; Technicians'Club 1; Music Listening Club 2,3; Prom Committee 3. JAMES RAULSTON TONY REGNA Duboury High; Football 1.2.3,4; Track 1; Wrestling 1,2; Baseball 2; Art Club 1; Letterman's Club 4; Social Studies Club 1; Music Listening Club 4. BRUCE REID F.F.A. 1.2.3,4; Physical Science Club 1. RA REITER 1.2; Operetta 3,4; Girls' Choir 2; Chorus 1; Music ig Club 1,2,3,4; A Cappella Choir 3,4; Junior Play ORA REYNOLDS ,2,3,4; Operetta 3,4; Girls' Choir 2; Chorus 1; .istening Club 1,2,3,4; A Cappella Choir 3,4; Junior ■SI 3. IRENE RHODES F.N.A. 1,2,3,4; Girls' Choir 3,4; Chorus 2; Music Listening Club 4. CHARLES THOMAS RICHARDS Biological Science Club 1,2. NANCY RINGER INC F.N.A. 1,2.3,4; Cafeteria Helpers 3. ROBERT RINKEL ■lomecoming 2; Class Pres. 2; Cross Country 1; Latin Club 1,2, Base-jail 2; Basketball 1,2,3,4. PAGE SPONSOR: RICHARDTS BRICK CO.MARY ROBIEN F.N.A. 1,2,3,4; Girls' Choir 3,4; Chorus 1,2; G.A.A. 1,2; Library Club 2; Librarian 2; Dramatics Club 3,4; Junior Play Committee 3; Dramatics Club Play Committee 3; Prom Committee 3. FRED ROOD Latin Club 1; Technicians' Club 1; Spanish Club 1,2. GORDON ROSE Wrestling 2,3; Baseball 1,2; Tiger Times 3; Latin Club 1,2. s E N I o R s t io MARVIN SANDRIN Audio-Visual Aids Club 4. NANCY SCHIPKOWSKI Operetta 3,4; Girls' Choir 2; Chorus 1; ACappella Choir 3,4; G.A.A. 1,2,3,4; Student Council 1,2; Music Listening Club 1,2,3,4; Prom Committee 3. DONALD EDWARD SCHMID F.F.A. 1,2,3,4.JERRY SCHMID Operetta 3,4; Chorus 1,2; Football 1,2; ACappella Choir 3,4; Music Listening Club 1,2,3; Madrigals 3; Senior Quartet 4; Double Quartet 3,4. DAN SCHMIDT Western Military Academy 1; Football 1,2; Track 1; Art Club 4. DUANE SCHRAGE Tiger Times 4; Math Club 4; Physical Science Club 4; Latin Club 1,2, Vice Pres. 2. JANICE SCHUESSLER F.H.A. 1.2; Business Education Club 4; Office Helpers 4. s E N i o R s CHULTZ "hoir 4; Chorus 2,3; Library Club 1,4; Librarian Jiior Play Committee 3; Prom Committee 3. GARY SCHUMACHER Homecoming 2,4; Class Vice Pres. 2; Student Council 1,2, 3.4; Football 1,2,3.4; Basketball 1,2,3,4; Baseball 1,2,3,4; Letterman's Club 2,3,4, Pres. 4; Music Listening Club 4. DAVID SCHWARTZKOPF Homecoming 3; Chorus 1; Spanish Club 1,2; Basketball 1; Track 1,2,3; Football 1,2,3,4; Letterman’s Club 3,4. BONNIE SCOTT F.N.A. 1; G.A.A. 2; Music Listening Club 1. CAROLYN SHAW Girls' Choir 2,3,4; Chorus 1; F.H.A. 1,2,3. n % - TCHARLES SISSON Mulberry Grove Central High 1,2; Math Club 3,4; Physical Science Club 3; German Club 4; Tiger Staff 4. RUDOLPH SLEMER Homecoming 4; Football 2,3,4; Baseball 1,2,3,4; Music ListeningClub 4; Letterman's Club 3,4, Vice Pres. 4. RICHARD SMALL Track 2,3,4; Wrestling 2,3,4; Letterman's Club 3,4; Audio-Visual Aids Club 3; Physical Science Club 1. JAMES SMITH Chorus 4; Football 1; Music Listening Club 4. GEORGE SNYDER RUTH SOLTER F.N.A. 1,2,3,4, Treas. 4; Girls' Choir 2,3,4; Chorus 1; Student Council 1,2,3,4; Handbook Committee 4; ArtClub 1. s E N I 0 R S MARY ANN SPENGEL Girls' Choir 2,3,4; Chorus 1; F.H.A. 1; Spanish Club 2,3. ROY STAHLHUT Band 1; Wrestling 2. MARY STOCES Girls' Choir 2,3; Operetta 4; Music Listening Club 1,2,3,4; Junior Play Committee 3; Chorus 1; G.A.A. 1,2,4; A Cappella Choir 4; Senior Play Committee 4; Prom Committee 3. LINDA STRUCKHOFF French Club 2; Junior Play Committee 3. 1 12AROL TREAT iris' Choir 3, Treas. 3; Chorus 2; A Cappella Choir 4. USSELL TREAT restling 1,2,3,4; Technicians' Club 1,2,3,4. ANNA KATHLEEN THOMPSON Q JANICE THOMPSON N I 0 R PHYLLIS ANN TORMOHLEN S F.N.A. 1,2,3,4; Girls' Choir 2,3,4; Chorus 1; Music Listening Club 1,2,3,4. LEE TRANSUE Austin High, El Paso, Texas 1; Baseball 2. IKE TROJAHN iseball 1,2,3,4; Cross Country Team Manager 3; Music Listening Club Letterman's Club 3,4; Cafeteria Helpers 3. riS VAUGHN x)tball 1; Basketball 1,2,3; Baseball 1. CHARD VEITH oss Country 1,4; Basketball 1,3.4; Latin Club 2. £N WAHL restling 1,2,3,4; Tennis 1,2; Technicians' Club 2,3,4.SENIOR PERSONALITIES - SERVICE - Dave Lambert and Sue Kriege. LaVERNE WALLACE Class Treas. 3; Band 1,2,3,4, Treas. 4; Operetta 3,4; Girls' Choir 2; Chorus 1; Tiger Staff 3,4; Junior Play Committee 3; A Cappella Choir 3,4; G.A.A. 3,4; Physical Science Club 3,4; Math Club2, 3,4, Sec.-Treas. 4; Prom Committee 3; All County Band 3; Sight Reading Clinic 4; Band Staff 2,3,4; Latin Club 1,2, Pres. 2. SUSAN WEEKS Girls' Choir 2,3; Chorus 1; Tiger Times 3,4; F.T.A. 3; Music Listening Club 3; A Cappella Choir 4; G.A.A. 1.2,3,4; Prom Committee 3; Spanish Club 1,2, Vice Pres.2; Junior Play Committee 3. WALTER WEEKS Homecoming 1,4; Class Pres. l;Bandl, 2,3; Chorus 1; Student Council 1,2,3.4; Cross Country 1,2,3; Music Listening Club 4; Basketball 1,2,3,4; Track 1.2,3, 4; Letterman's Club 3,4. Treas. 4; Latin Club 2; A Cappella Choir 4. s E N i 0 R S 1 14 DAVE WERNER Cross Country 1,2,3,4; Basketball 1.2,3,4; Baseball 1,2,3, 4; Tiger Times 3; Letterman's Club 3,4; Biological Science Club 2. JAMES WEST Band 1.2,3,4; Football 2.3,4; Track 1,2,3,4; MathClub2,3, 4; Dramatics Club Play Committee 3; Dramatics Club 3,4; All County Band 2,3: Technicians' Club 1. ROBERT A. WEST Football 1; Technicians'Club 1; Photography Club 1,2,3,4. CARL WETZEL Wrestling 1,2; Junior Play Cast 3; Tennis 1,2,3,4; Prom Committee 3; Cafeteria Helpers 3; Technicians' Club 3; Letterman's Club 3,4; F.T.A. 3,4.ED WIEMERS F.F.A. 1,2,3,4; Cafeteria Helpers 2. JANE WILHARM Girls' Choir 3,4; Chorus 1,2; Tiger Staff 4; Art Club4; G.A.A. 1,2.3,4; Photography Club 3,4, Vice Pres. 4; Prom Committee 3; Cafeteria Helpers 3,4; Music Listening Club 1,2,3,4. LOLA WILKENING Salem High, Salem, Arkansas. David vvoll Football 2; Track 2; Baseball 1; Spanish Club 1,2; Aviation Club 1. FILFORD YATES Cafeteria Helpers 2. RAE YEHLING Chorus 1; Tiger Times 4; F.T.A. 3; G.A.A. 1.2.3,4; Prom Committee 3; panish Club 1,2,3, Treas. 3: Office ielpers 3,4.Robert Agles Mary Lynn Albl Floyd Anderson Dianne Applequist Gloria Ashauer Mary Jo Ashauer James Askins Rex Aton Carol Barr Janet Bartels j u N I 0 R S Dennis Bast Kathy Baird Virginia Beckmann June Bender Errol Berleman Judy Bess John Bettman Brenda Bickell Mary Ann Boda Dale Bode Sandra Boettger Barbara Boland Homer Bollman Sharon Bond Betty Boyd JUNIOR CLASS OFFICERS: Barbara Ligon, Secretary Candace Ladd, Treasurer Sue Droege, Vice President Larry Schaake, President James Braddy Leroy Brase Edward Brown Shirley BothmanRoger Buchta Dennis Burgess Geraldine Burgett Ronnie Burian Clifton Carpenter Hattie Carpenter Kenneth Cassens Roger Cates Dennis Caulk William Caulk Rita Cerny William Cerny Dave Champion Ron Chlibec Michael Clarkin Janice Clevenger Carolyn Considine Phyllis Cooper Roger Cottrell Mike Crane Sharon Culbertson John Cwan Carmen Deist Tom Detienne Janet Dettmer Arlene Dinwiddie Nancy Drda Bill Dresch Sue Droege John Dutton Danny Eaker Joe Easley Nancy Eilers Judy Ellsworth Sharon Engelke Dennis Erb James Erb Leilana Etzkorn John Farmer Dale FarringtonSkip Stubbs watches Sharon Miller as she makes her homecoming bow. 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DIPPOLD BROTHERS FEED LESLIE MARKS FUNERAL HOME Madison county tractor and equipmentBob Paproth Patricia Parker Wayne Peck Barbara Perry Everette Polk Patricia Poneta Sandra Powell David Prater-Vickie Pratt Lonny Primas Jerry Prott Robert Pulliam Charles Quade Richard Robinson Robert Rohrkaste Judy Ruehrup Jennifer Ruhl Toby Scarborough Larry Schaake Myron Schaake Carolyn Schaefer Paul Schmidt Ronald Schmidt Sandra Schmidt Sharon Seibert Tony Shimunek Katherine Shindel Mary Sido Mary Sisson Richard Slemer Earl Snyder Karen Stahlhut Joyce Stegall Mary Steinmeyer Mary Stephenson Judith Stille Roman Stolcis Jean Stolze Carol Strader Ann StrangeSkip Stubbs Lanny Sumner Bernadine Svoboda Don Svoboda Roger Terry Jay Thatcher Mary Ann Tomlinson Sharon Traband John Trent Shirley Turner Nadine Unger Kenneth Vanek Alan Vest Darlene Veith Walter Volentine Michael Wahl Margie Watson Kathy Weber Carole Wehmeyer Mina Wehling Donald Weishaupt Robert Weise James Werner Joyce Westbrook Karen Whatley Mary Jane Wiechman Kay Wieduwilt Robert Wilcox Kent WildmanAlvin Wilkening Ina Wilkening Cheryl Wroten Donna Yates David Zimmer Those not pictured are Phillip Coerver, Barbara Fife, Donald Pirkey, Sharon Smallie, Jim Stack and Jim Stepson. Robert Nelson was the first place winner in the Southwestern Conference sectional wrestling tournament at Granite City, Illinois. Richard Helm, a junior, has been chosen to tour Europe this summer with the United States of America High School Band. Licia Barthi Mary Bazaillion Carl Becker Ronnie Bernhardt Elmo Betts Wanda Bickell Brad Bivens Kenneth Bivens Bill Blind Mary Boccaleoni Teri Boehm Jim Bollinger Judy Bollinger Gene Boner Dave Bopp Edward Bosch Betty Brockmeier Herbert Brooks Scott Brooks Darlene Brown SOPHOMORE CLASS OFFICERS Rich Noll.............President Harriet Landwehrmeier . Vice President Kay Hopkins...........Secretary Bob Senn..............Treasurer Vicki Albl Kenneth Albrecht Linda Allaria Carol Altefogt Sarah Ashauer Terry Barnett s 0 p H 0 M 0 R E SMita Brown David Brunworth Janet Brunnworth Marlene Buesser Floyd Bullard Linda Bunte Richard Bunte Joey Burgdorf Carol Ann Burjes David Burk Delores Burnett Judy Burnett Ralph Burton Tom Cameron Gary Campbell Ray Carter Rose Cerny Ronnie Chandler Larry Chartrand Werner Clark Menzie Cliff Christina Coerver George Cosgrove Sharon Considine Margie Crabtree Paulette Creek David Crook Senadee Cruse John Cunningham Diane Dale Carol Daube Jo Ann Davis Priscilla Davis Robert Dawson Marie DeConcini Joyce Dickess Charlene Dickman Dave Dietzel Karl Dippold James DorseySharon Duvall Ronnie Eberhart Kenneth Ebrecht Phyllis Eden Lucille Ellis Charles Engleke Joan Engelmann Joseph Evanik Denny Fagan Sharon Fencel Charlotte Fischer Jack Foster Sharon Foster Gary Franke Jim Funke Phyllis Garner Kent Garwood Henrietta Gerber Richard Gerber Gail Giacomelli Honna Gibson Rose Gibson Jeanne Gieszelmann Gary Gillig Joanne Gillig Richard Goebel s o p H 0 M 0 R E S The shop students work on their projects under the supervision of Mr. Seibert, their instructor. The first day of a three year stretch.James Gordon Bob Gordon Betty Greear Kathy Gremer Sharon Gremer Paul Gross Karen Ann Gusewelle Brenda Hadley John Hagemeister Mary Ann Hairston Charles Hall Leland Hall Kenny Hamby Kenny Hammer Susan Handlon John Handshy Linda Hanson John Hardwick John Haring Betty Harris Judy Harris Robert Harris Phil Hartman Kathleen Hartnagel Debby Hartung Earl Harvill Connie Hawk Linnea Haynes Lynn Heidinger Robert Heidinger Jerry Heinmeier Bonnie Hellrung Daniel Hellrung Diane Henke Marcia Henke Richard Henke Ronald Henke Barbara Henry Danny Hofeditz Dennie Holliday -Nancy Holmes Karen Hopkins Lois Horstman Robert Hoskins Phyllis Hughes David Hunter Mary Jean Hutcherson Marilyn Jenkins Mary Jenkins Ron Jennings Glen Johnson Ralph Johnson Terry Johnson Judy Jones Terry Jones Pat Justice Janice Kahle Janet Keck Judy Keith Sally Key Charles Killion Kelly Kinder Lynda King Terry Klingel Janice Kraner "This must be the place," said Denny Fagan s 0 p H 0 M 0 R E S Page 128 PAGE SPONSORS: MOTTAR DRUG CO. 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SCHMIDT’S TIN SHOPEdward Kreuiter James Krieger Judy Krome Kathy Kuchta Ronald Kuethe Mary Kyro Judy Land Lynn Lando Harriet Landwehrmeier Gary Lane Kenneth Lane Ralph Lange Wanda Lawrence Sharon Lantz Judy Leu Elmer Lewis Tom Lewis Gene Lieneman Kenneth Linkeman Judy Lischman Donald Litchenaur Richard Lohr Gerry Long Marshall Long Dianne Lott Beverly Lovsey John Lovsey Carolyn Lowenstein Judi Lutger Lee Luttrell Kathryn Mace Bill Malson Tom Mareing Marilyn Mason Kenneth McCalla Paul McCann Bob McClellan Mary McGee Margie McLean Mary McNishBrenda Mitchell Linda Moody Glenn Moore Mary Sue Moore Spencer Moore Ray Meier Carol Messerly William Meyer Bob Michel Bill Miller Kathy Miller Kenny Morgan John Morton David Motz Bruce Neudecker Richard Neutzling Joe Nicolussi Dennis Nobbe Richard Noll Ronald Nuernberger Mel Paproth John Parker Walter Parrill Dennis Pashea Karen Paur Sophomore escort, Gary Campbell, looks on as Sharon Ventresi to the past queens in the Homecoming Ceremony. 130 PAGE SPONSORS: YONAKA JEWELRY WEBER FUNERAL HOME WELLS TIRE SALES, INC. 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( Jm JOSOITJOC )Susan Perry Dennis Peterson Steve Peterson Bob Philabaun Judy Phillips Dianee Pierce Joann Pike Eugene Poeling Don Polk m- s Suzanne Poneta Susie Price Sharon Prott Nancy Prusa Tom Puhse Darcy Randall Jerry Raulston Kathleen Reed Mike Regna Leonard Reiter Mary Jo Rezabek Robert Ricker Kathleen Rigler Jay Rizzoli Terry Robinson Susan Rose Carol Rutz Carol Saboff Dell Ray Sackett Judy Sasek Arlin Schaefer Ray Schloss Don Schmid Connie Schmidt Joan Schneider Judy Schneider Norman Schoettle Cynthia Schoonover Susan Schreiber Dave Schwalb Dianne ScottJoe Sidener Fred Simpson Robert Slemer Vicki Slemer Ed Small James Smith Joann Smith Norma Smith Terry Smith Barbara Snyder Lorraine Snyder Dennis Speckman Clarence Staley Bonnie Starnes Joann Stepp Joyce Stewart Ray Stoces Linda Strader Jane Suhre Judy Suhre Bob Senn Margaret Shaffer Mary Beth Sharp Donna Sheppard Patsy Shirley Leslie Sickbert s o p H o M 0 R E S Teri Taylor Bonnie Tegmeier Bud Terry Larry Thompson Rosa Lee Titchenal lIX Joe Townsend Mike Traband SVan Winkle 3y Vaughn Sharon Ventress Sharon Vieth Larry Wagner Karen Wahl Laura Waters Nancy Weeks Kathy Wells Kenneth West Memory West Richard Wheeler Delores White Glenn Whittaker Kenny Wieduwilt Daniel Wiemers Bernard Williams Mary Ann Williams Mike Willis Jackie Winkle Terry Wisnasky Janet Witt Jeff Wohlford Janet Woods Jean Wopat Sally Wydra Dennis Yehling Tom Young Carolyn Zboray Sharon Zimmerman Carol Zoeller Sharon ZwickStud ent I nd ex Agles, Robert 3 . . 27,40,69,76,116 Alberter, Dianne 4 . . 21,32,53,90 Albl, Mary 3..............31,35,116 Albl, Vicki 2...................124 Albrecht, Kenneth 2 . . . 19,35,40, 53,124 Alexander, Sue 4 ... . 24,25,27, 32,34,35,90 Allaria, Linda 2................124 Allen, Barbara 4..............32,90 Altefogt, Carol 2 . . .21,24,40,124 Ambuehl, Terry 4..............35,90 Anderson, Floyd 3...............116 Appelquist, Diane 3 . . . 20,24,25, 26,28,31,40,54,116 Ashauer, Gloria 3...............116 Ashauer, Mary Jo 3 ... 19,25,31, 46,116 Ashauer, Sarah 2.............35,124 Askins, James 3.................116 Aton, Rex 3 .......... 27,28,32,116 Aubrecht, Ronald 4 ... . 27,69,90 Baird, Kathy 3 . . 25,26,32,34,59, 116 Bardelmeier, Karen 4.............90 Barnett, Terry 2................124 Barr, Carol 3 . . . . 28,35,38,116 Bartels, Janet 3................116 Barth, Larry 4...................91 Barthi, Licia 2...........21,40,124 Barton, Tom 4....................91 Bast, David 4 Bast, Dennis 3...............19,116 Bayer, Jack 4 ............ 27,69,91 Bazaillion, Mary 2..............124 Becker, Carl 2...............28,124 Beckmann, Virginia 3............116 Beimfohr, Kathleen 4 . . .31,35,91 Bender, June 3..............32,116 Bennette, Sherri 4 . . 21,25,53,91 Berleman, Errol 3................116 Bernhardt, Ronnie 2 ... . 76,124 Bernhardt, Virginia 4 .... 21,91 Bess, Judi 3..................25,116 Bettman, John 3 . . 28,32,34,38,40 Betts, Elmo 2.................69,124 Bickell, Brenda 3.............31,116 Bickell, Wanda 2.................124 Bivens, Brad 2...................124 Bivens, Kenneth 2.............70,124 Blackburn, Conrad 4............27,91 Blackmore, Kit 4 . . . 26,27,32,34, 67,91 Blake, Sandra 4 ... . 9,21,25,27, 28,32,34 Blase, Gerald 4................27,92 Blind, Bill 2 ......... 28,41,69,124 Blixen, Tom 4 ............. 26,27,92 Boccaleoni, David 4...............92 Boccaleoni, Mary 2...............124 Boda, Darlene 4...................92 Boda, Mary Ann 3.................116 Bode, Dale 3 . . 28,34,35,38,46,116 Boehm, Teri 2....................124 Boettger, Sandy 3................116 Boland, Barbara 3 .... 40,116 Bolin, Mary 4...............21,25,92 Bollinger, Jim 2.................124 Bollinger, Judy 2 .... 21,24,124 Bollman, Homer 3..............19,116 Bond, Sharon 3................19,116 Boner, Gene 2.................35,124 Bopp, Dave 2..................74,124 Bosch, Edward 2..................124 Bothman, Shirley 3 . . . 19,25,54, 116 Boyd, Betty 3....................116 Braddy, James 3 . . . . 19,38,116 Braddy, Nola 4.................. Bradshaw, Joe 4.........- 92 Brase, Leroy 3...........28,116 Brase, William 4 ....... 28,76 92 Brave, Phil 4..........26 27192 Brockmeier, Barbara 4 . . 21,25 ' 92 Brockmeier, Betty 2 . . 19,24,44 55,124 Brockmeier, Kenneth 4........93 Brooks, Herbert 2 .'.... 70,124 Brooks, Scott 2...........70J24 Brown, Becky 4............28,93 Brown, Darlene 2............124 Brown, Ed 3.................116 Brown, Kristina 2.........35,41 Brown, Lesl 4................93 Brown, Meta 2...............125 Brunworth, David 2 . . . 26,27,41, 125 Brunnworth, Janet 2 . . 21,26,125 Buchta, Roger 3............76,117 Buckingham, Karen 4 ... . 35,93 Buckley, Clara 4 . . 19,25,31,35,93 Buesser, Marlene 2............125 Buhr, David 4 Bullard, Floyd 2...........35,125 Bunte, Linda 2.............35,125 Bunte, Richard 2...........35,125 Burgdorf, Joey 2..............125 Burgess, Dennis 3.............117 Burgess, James 4............38,93 Burgett, Geraldine 3..........117 Burian, Ronald 3..............117 Burjes, Mary Ann 2 ... . 41,125 Burk, David 2.................125 Burnett, Delores 2 . . . 24,35,125 Burnett, Judy 2................125 Burnham, George 4 . . 26,27,67,93 Says Shawn Etzkorn, "I'll blow that horn yet!" Burnham, Robert 4 . . 26,27,67,93 Burrus, Ann 4 . . . 19,20,25,52,93 Burton, Ralph 2................125 Butcher, Carol 4.............25,93 Calvert, Ben 4..................27 Cameron, Tom 2..............70,125 Campbell, Gary 2 . . 26,55,69,125 Carnaghi, Bonnie 4 . . 21,25,31,38 Carpenter, Clifton 3...........117 Carpenter, Hattie Sue 3 . . . 31,35, 117 Carter, Mary 4..................94 Carter, Raymond 2 . . . 28,76,125 Carter, Robert 4................76 Cassens, Kenny 3............27,117 Catalano, Bill 4.............32,35 Cates, Roger 3.................117 Caulk, Denny 3 . . . .19,27,32,117 Caulk, William 3 . . . 26,32,34,46, 117 Cerny, Rita 3............31,35,117 Cerny, Roae 2 ... . 21,24,35,125 Cerny, William 3 . . . . 27,69,117 Chalcraft, Gregg 4...........27,69 Champion, David 3...........70,117 Chandler, Ronnie 2 . . . 69,76,125 Chartrand, Larry 2..............125 134Chester, Sue 4...................21 Childres, Mike 4.................95 Chlibec, Ronnie 3...............117 Clark, John 4 ............ 32,35,95 Clark, Werner 2 ... . 26,70,125 Clarkin, Mike 3..............18,117 Clevenger, Janice 3 . . . . 31,117 Cliff, Menzie 2 ... . 26,27,41,125 Cochran, Dave 4 . . , . 21,40,67,95 Coerver, Christina 2.............125 Coffman, Donna 4 . . . 21,25,32,34, 95 Considine, Carolyn 3 . . . . 31,117 Considine, Sharon 2............125 Cooper, Phyllis 3..............117 Correll, Dave 4 . . . 18,28,32,34, 35,44,46,95 Cosgrove, George 2.............125 Cottrell, Roger 3..............117 Crabtree, Margie 2.............125 Crabtree, Norma 4...............95 Crabtree, Richard 4.............95 Crane, Mike 3...............70,117 Creek, Paulette 2..............125 Crook, David 2..............70,125 Cruse, Senadee 2............24,125 Mr. Durham examines mobils in art class. tetson, Sharon 3.............117 jningham, Robert 4...........95 mingham, John 2 ... . 26,125 an, John 3 ........ 26,46,59,117 in, Nancy 4................38,95 le, Diane 2 .......... 24,40,125 ie, Carol 2............21,35,125 rid, Kathryn 4................96 ris, Jo Ann 2..........21,24,125 ris, Priscilla 2..........40,125 vson, Robert 2............19,125 ai, Helen 4 ........ 21,25,38,96 Concini, Marie 2 . . 35,40,125 st, Carmen 3..............40,117 ienne, Thomas 3..............117 tmer, Janet 3 . . . 25,31,40,117 less, Joyce 2................125 tman, Charlene 2.............125 tzel, Dave 2...........41,74,125 ?old, Karl 2..............76,125 pold, Linda 4..............31,96 riddie, Arlene 3.............117 sey, James 2..............70,125 glas, Tim 4...................96 a, Nancy 3...................117 sch, Bill 3..................117 sge. Sue 3 ... . 20,25,40,117 •man. Sue 4 ... . 21,25,38,96 on, John 3.............19,32,117 all, Sharen 2................126 er. Dan 3....................117 ley, Joe 3...................117 rhart, Ronald 2...........26,126 ;cht, Kenneth 2..............126 i, Phyllis 2 . . 19,24,27,41,126 ir, Serena 4 ... . 24,25,40,96 rs, Nancy 3............19.34.117 s, Lucille 2.................126 worth, Judy 3 . . . 21,25,32,34, 117 - lke, Charles 2.............126 dke, Janet 4..................96 •Ike, Sharon 3............31,117 lmann, Joan 2.............40,126 Dennis 3.....................117 James 3 .............. 32,40,117 t, Harold 4................26,96 Etzkorn, Leilana 3 . . . 28,32,34, 35.46.117 Evanik, Joseph 2...............126 Evans, Mickey 4..............35,96 Fagan, Denny 2 ......... 26,35,126 Farmer, John 3..............18,117 Farrington, Dale 3 . . 26,27,28,32, 34.76.117 Feldman, John 3................117 Fencel, Sharon 2............40,126 Fiegenbaum, Carolyn 3 . . 25,59, 118 Fields, Donna 3 ........ 34,35,118 Finney, Pamela 3...............118 Fischer, Charlotte 2 . „ . . . . 126 Flynn, Joe 3...................118 Foehrkalb, Shirley 4.25,96 Foster, Gloria 3............31,118 Foster, Jack 2...........41,70,126 Foster, Sharon 2...............126 Franke, Carolyn : Franke, Gary 2 . Franke, Ruth Ann Frey, Ronald 4 . Freese, Elaine 4 Frisse, Eldon 4 . 5 . . . 32,35,118 . . . . 28,74,126 3 . . . . 31,118 ....... 35,70,97 ....... 38,44,97 . 21,27,32,34,69, 97 Fruth, Linda 4 . . . 21,32,34,40,44, 97 Fry, Delores 4 . . 18,19,41,46,97 Funke, Jim 2...................126 Gajlagher, Mike 3...........39,118 Garner, Phyllis 2...........40,126 Garwood, Joe.................19,66 Garwood, Kenneth 3.............118 Garwood, Kent 2................126 Gehner, Robert 4.............18,97 Gengler, Barbara 3 . . . 26,32,118 Gerber, Henrietta 2............126 Gerber, Mary 4.................115 Gerber, Richard 2 . . 27,41,66,126 Giacomelli, Gail 2..........24,126 Gibson, Honna 2.............41,126 Gibson, Rose 2..............44,126 Gieseking, Sharon 2.............97 Gieszelmann, Jeanne 2 . . . 41,126 Gillig, Gary 2 ... . 26,27,41,126 Gillig, Joanne 2...........24,41,126 Glass, John 3....................118 Goebel, Richard 2................126 Going, George 3 . . 27,28,32,34,118 Gordon, James 2 ... . 41,70,127 Gordon, Robert 2..............28,127 Grebel, Sue 4..................21,97 Greear, Betty 2..................127 Gremer, Barbara 3......118 Gremer, Kathy 2..................127 Gremer, Sharon 2.................127 Grinstead, Bob 4 . 40,76,97 Gross, Paul 2.................70,127 Guller, Barbara 4 . . 24,25,26,27, 28.34,53,97 Gunther, Diane 3 . . . 20,25,26,59, 118 Gusewelle, Carol 3............118 Gusewelle, Dennis 4............98 Gusewelle, Karen Ann 2 . . 35,127 Gusewelle, Richard 4 . . 35,76,98 Gusewelle, Richard Lee 3 . . . 66, 118 Gusewelle, Ronald 3 .... 76,118 Hadley, Brenda 2............40,127 Hagemeister, John 2 ... . 67,127 Hairston, Mary Ann 2...........127 Hale, Barbara 3................118 Hale, Larry 4 ........... 32,34,98 Hall, Charles 2.............69,127 Hall, Leland 2.................127 Hall, Preston 3.............18,118 Hamby, Kenneth 2...............127 Hammer, Kenneth 2 ... . 28,127 Handlon, Susan 2 ... . 24,41,127 Handshy, John 2.............18,127 Handshy, Ralph 4 ... . 4,35,76,98 Hansen, Linda 2.............21,127 Hanvey, Wayne 4.................98 Hardwick, John 2............40,127 Haring, John 2.................127 Harris, Betty 2................127 Harris, Judy 2.................127 Harris, Judy Lee 3 . . . 28,32,35, 38,46,59,118 Harris, Robert 2 ... . 28,74,127 Harrison, Gene 4 . . . 18,32,35,98The Sound of Music issues during rehearsals. Hartley, Vicki 3............25,118 Hartman, Christina 4 . . . 21,25,98 Hartman, Phil 2.............70,127 Hartnagel, Kathleen 2..........127 Hartung, Debby 2...............127 Hartzel, Jack 3.............38,118 Harvill, Earl 2................127 Hazelhorst, William 4...........97 Hawk, Connie 2.................127 Haynes, Linnea 2 . . 24,28,35,127 Head, Janet 3 . . . . 25,31.35,118 Heidinger, Lynn 2 . . 26,41,44,127 Heidinger, Robert 2 . . 28,38,41,70, 127 Heinemeier, Jerry 2 ... . 38,127 Hellinger, Peggy 4 ... . 31,35,99 Hellrung, Bonnie 2 . . . 24,41,127 Hellrung, Daniel 2 . . . 26,27,127 Hellrung, Becky 4 ... . 31,35,99 Helm, Dave 4 ......... 26,27,46,99 Helm, Richard 3 . . . . 27,28,118 Helmich, Russell 4 ... . 19,27,99 Helmkamp, Lyndel 4 . . . 26,32,99 Helmkamp, Robert 4...........32,99 Hencke, Diane 2..........21,24,127 Henderson, Wayne 3 . . . . 69,118 Henke, Floyd 3.................118 Henke, Judy 3..................118 Henke, Marcia 2 ... . 19,24,127 Henke, Richard 2...............127 Henke, Ronald 2................127 Henke, Steve 4...............35,99 Henry, Barbara 2 ... . 24,35,127 Henry, Karen 4..................99 Henry, Mary Jo 3...............118 Henry, Paulette 4...............99 Henry, Sharon 4................100 Hesdra, Tom 4..................100 Hess, Warren 4.................100 Heuer, Kenneth 3...............119 Hildenstein, Bob 3 . . . 19,40,119 Hlavsa, Robert 4................18 Hodapp, Rita 4.................100 Hofeditz, Danny 2 . . 28,40,76,127 Hofeditz, Brad 3 . . . 27,28,32,38, 46,119 Holder, Terry 4................100 Holliday, Dennis 2..............127 Hollowich, John 3 .... . 18,119 Holmes, Carol 4 . . 25,26,28,40,46 Holmes, Nancy 2 . . . 24,26,27,28, 128 Holtman, Dennis 3............18,119 Hopkins, Karen 2 . . . 19,24,27,41, 44,128 Hoppe, Bill 4 27,66,76 Hoover, Tom 3 . . . 28,38,46,119 Horsburgh, Pat 4 .. . 25,31,35,40 Horstman, Lois 2.............35,128 Horton, Wayne 3.................118 Hoskins, Robert 2............69,128 Hotz, Janey 4 ............ 24,25,27 Housen, Rich 4..................101 Hubbard, Pat 3............31,35,118 Huck, David 3...................119 Hughes, Phyllis 2............35,128 Hunter, David 2 . . . 26,27,44,128 Hunter, Rick 3..................119 Hutcherson, Mary Jean 2 . . 40,128 Hutcherson, Steve 4.............161 Hyten, Kay 3..............19,40,119 Isenburg, Maxine 3 . . . 21,31,119 Isselhardt, Carol 3 . . . 25,31,119 Jackson, Jackie 4 . . 24,25,31,101 Jackson, Marcella 3.............119 Jacober, Dennis 4...............101 Jason, Thalia 3.................119 Jegel, Steve 3 . . . . 26,28,32,119 Jenkins, Francis 3..............119 Jenkins, Marilyn 2..............128 Jenkins, Mary 2..............21,128 Jenkins, Roy 4..................101 Jenne, Glenn 3 . . 27,28,32,35,119 Jennings, Clinton 3..........18,119 Jennings, Gary 4.............40,101 Jennings, Ron 2.................128 Jobe, Lana 4.................21,161 Johnson, Glen 2.................128 Johnson, Edith 4................101 Johnson, Ralph 2................128 Johnson, Terry 2 ... . 69,76,128 Johnston, Elra 3 . . . 21,32,34,35, 38,46,119 Jones, Bobby 3..................119 Jones, Judy 2 ................ Jones, Patty 3 . . . 28,32,34,35,1 Jones, Terry 2..............26,1 Jurgena, Naomi 4............28,1 Justice, Patricia 2 . . . 21,41,1 Kahle, Janice 2............... Kappler, Robert 2...........76,1 Keck, Janet 2...............24,1 Keith, Judy 2...............21,1 Kerkemeyer, Ray 4..............1 Kesl, Karen 3...............28,1 Kessinger, Donna 3 . . . . 25,1 Kessinger, Janet 4.............1 Kessman, Donald 4...........18,1 Ketterlin, Bob 4...............1 Key, Sally 2 ........... 35,40,1 Key, Sharon 4 ... . 21,31,35,1 Kibikas, Pat 3..............25,1 Killion, Charles 2 ... . 69,76,1 Kinder, Kelly 2 . .'...........1 King, Lynda 2............21,41,1 Kirchner, Gary 2............41,1 Klingel, Terry 2............40,1 Klueter, Ellen 4 . . . 21,32,35,1 Knibb, Carol 4 . . 21,27,28,53,1 Kock, Lois 4................35,1 Koch, Roger 3............18,76,1 Koen, Joel 4 ........... 40,44,1 Koenig, Ralph 4.............67,1 Kotva, Gary 3...............26,1 Kraner, Janice 2...............1 Kretschmer, Robert 4...........1 Kreuiter, Edward 2 ... . 26,1 Krieger, James 2............41,1 Krieger, Kay 3 . . . . 25,31,35, Kriege, Susan 4 . . 21,24.25,35,1 Krome, Judy 2 ... . 28,35,38,1 Kubicek, Dennis 4...........28,i Kuchta, Kathy 2.............24,1 Kuethe, Carolyn 3...........25,1 Kuethe, Ronald 2...............1 Kulp, Kitty 4 ....... 21,32,46,1 Kurman, Karen 4 ... . 25,28,1 Kyro, Mary 2.................24, Ladd, Candy 3...............19.1 Ladd, Mary 3...................1 Lambert, Dave 4 . . . . 26,44,1jin' .m bert. Janice 3.................119 jmbert, Marva 3................119 mibert, Sandy 4................103 ind, Judy 2.................21,129 mders, Larry 4 . . . . 27,69,103 ado, Carol Lynn 2.............129 rndwehrmeier, Harriet 2 ... 19, 20,24,55,129 me, Gary 2....................129 mere, Arlyn 4.................104 mge, Ralph 2..................129 mtz, Sharon 2...........28,41,129 iwrence, Harry 4 . . 18,44,28,104 iwrence, Wanda 2..............129 sate, Barth 4...........18,69,104 mpold, Allen 4.............•. 104 vi, Gary 3................18,119 iu, Judith 2 ....... 21,24,40,129 u, Karla 4...................104 ? is, Elmer 2...........41,76,129 sis, Tom 2.................70,129 sow, Dorothy 4 chtenauer, Steve 2 mnemann, Gene 2 . mnemann, Jane 3...............119 21,25,38,44, 104 . 26,41,74, 129 129 20,25,26,31, 119 129 gon, Barbara 3 iceman, Kenneth 2 mksvayer, James 3............119 jschmann, Judith 2 . . . 28,41,129 fitle, Ann 4 ........ 24,25,44,104 itle, Charles 4................104 ixhe, Kerry.....................104 jjebach, Carol 3 . . . 20,25,26,40, 119 Ar, Richard 2...............41,129 ! ang, Gerry 2..................129 ijng, Marshall 2................129 jjng, Roger 4................18,104 jit, Dianne 2...................129 1 jvsey, Beverly 2...........21,129 Are you smiling? Lovsey, John 2...................129 Lowenstein, Carolyn 2 . . . 40,129 Luber, Pat 4......................25 Ludwig, Mary 4...................105 Lueders, Jim 4 ......... 27,38,69 Lutger, Judi 2.........21,2,129 Luttrell, Lee 2..................129 Lynn, Terry 4...................27 Mace, Karen 2...............38,129 Madison, Larry 4 ... . 27,66,105 Magruder, Dan 3..................119 Malone, Ronald 4 ... . 27,69,105 Mangers, Ed 3....................120 Mareing, Jim 4 ........ 27,69,105 Mareing, Tom 2 . . . 41,55,70,129 Marti, Dick 3.................26,120 Martin, Eldon 3 . . . 21,27,32,120 Martin, Kent 4 . . 19,27,32,35,105 Martin, Lucille 4.............28,105 Martin, Nancy 3 . . . 18,34,35,120 Maynard, Patty 3...............32,38 Mason, Marilyn 2..............21,129 McCalla, Jerry 4..............38,105 McCalla, Kenneth 2...............129 McCann, Paul 2...................129 McClellan, Bob 2..............41,129 McDonough, Dick 4 . . 27,52,69,106 McGee, Mary 2 . . . . 38,41,44,129 McKee, Kathy 3 . . 25,27,32,34,120 McLean, Margie 2 . . 21,24,41,129 McLean, Susie 3 . . . . 25,35,120 McNeilly, Dennis 4...............106 McNish, Mary 2...................129 McWaters, Jewel 3................120 Meffert, Gay 4...................106 Meier, Ray 2..................18,130 Meister, Melody 3 . . 32,34,35,120 Menoni, Connie 3..............25,120 Messerly, Carol 2 . . . 26,28,130 Metzger, Wayne 3..............70,120 Meyer, Lucinda 4..............32,106 Meyer, Melody 3 . . . . 31,32,120 Meyer, Terry 3....................120 Meyer, Vernon 4.................106 Meyer, William 2.............70,130 Michel, Bob 2................70,130 Mihalic, Steve 3 76,120 Miller, Bill 2 .......... 70,76,130 Miller, Glen 4..................106 Miller, Janice 3................120 Miller, Kathy 2 ......... 24,28,35, 38,130 Miller, Sharon 3 . . . 19,25,54,120 Minner, Laura Jo 4 ... 21,25,31, 35.106 Mitchell, Brenda 2..............130 Modine, Denaire 3 . . 19,25,31,40, 120 Moehle, Kenneth 4...............107 Moody, Glenn 3........18,120,130 Moody, Linda 2...............130 Moore, Glenn 2...............130 Moore, Mary Sue 2..........40,130 Moore, Spencer 2 . . 26.70.74,130 Morgan, Kenny 2 ... . 35,41,130 Morris, Tom 4...................107 Morton, Bernie 4.............18,107 Morton, John 2..................130 Mory, Judy 3.................31,120 Mottar, John 4 . . 26,28,32,34,107 Motz, David 2...................130 Neidhardt, Karen 4 . . 21,28,32,35, 46.107 Nelson, Robert 3 . . . 54,69,76,120 Nettleton, Gary 3 . . . 28,32,35,38, 120 Neudecker, Bruce 2 ... . 38,130 Neutzling, Richard 2............130 Nicholson, Teresa 4 . . 31,35,107 Nicolussi, Joe 2................130 Nobbe, Dennis 2..............74,130 Noll, Mike...................41,132 Noll, Richard 2 . . 26,55,69,74,130 Mothdurft, Bob 4................107 Mothdurft, Jack 3...............120 Novak, David 4...............44,107 Look at those boys sing! 137Nuernberger, Ronald 2 .. . 70,76, 130 Nuernberger, Steve 3 . . 27,32,34, 35 Nunnally, Carolyn 3 . . . 21,25,27, 31,120 O'Connor, Richard 3...............120 O’Dell, Kathleen 3 . . 21,25,38,120 O'Hare, Michael 3 . . 28,32,35,38, 46,59,120 Owens, Blanche 4..................107 Owens, James 4.................19,107 Pacey, Duane 4.................70,108 Pape, Darrell 3...................120 Pape, Sharon 3 . . . 19,32,34,120 Paproth, Bob 3 ............ 27,54,120 Paproth, Mary 4 . . . . 21,31,108 Paproth, Mel 2.................76,120 Parker, John 2.................41,130 Parker, John 4 ............ 32,35,108 Parker, Patricia 3 . . 28,32,35,120 Parrill, Walter 2..............28,130 Pashea, Dennis 2...............28,130 Patterson, John 4.................108 Paur, Karen 2..................21,130 Peck, Wayne 3 . . 32,34,35,38,120 Perry, Barbara 3 . . . . 32,34,120 Perry, Susan 2....................131 Peterson, Dennis 2................131 Peterson, Stephen 2 . . . 26,41,131 Philabaun, Bob 2 ... . 41,70,131 Phillips, Judy 2...............21,131 Pierce, Barbara 4.................108 Pierce, Diane 2................21,131 Pierce, Sandra 4 ... . 21,25,108 Pike, Joann 2.....................131 Pirkey, Dan 3 Poeling, Eugene 2.................131 Poeling, Mary Louise 4 ... . 108 Polk, Don 2 ............... 70,76,131 Polk, Everett 3 ........... 27,69,120 Poneta, Patricia 3 . . . 31,35,120 Poneta, Suzanne 2..............40,131 Powell, Sandra 3 . . . . 31,35,120 Prater, David 3...................120 Pratt, Vickie 3 . . . . . 31,120 Price, Susie 2..............18,28,131 Primas, Lonny 3...................120 Prott, Jerry 3....................120 Prott, Sharon 2...................131 Prusa, Nancy 2 ............ 35,40,131 Puhse, Thomas 2................26,131 Pulliam, Bob 3 ............ 66,67,120 Pyle, Betty 4............21,25,31,108 Quade, Charles 3.......................120 Ralston, Joyce 4.......................108 Rambo, Jay 4........................18,108 Randall, Darcy 2..................24,131 Ranek, Mike 4.......................44,109 Raulston, James 4.....................109 Raulston, Jerry 2..................76,131 Reed, Kathleen 2.....................131 Regna, Mike 2.......................69,131 Regna, Tony 4.......................69,109 Reid, Bruce 4..........................109 Reiter, Barbara 4..................31,109 Reiter, Leonard 2.....................131 Reynolds, Theodora 4 . . 28,32,34, 35,109 Rezabek, Mary Jo 2.....................131 Rhodes, Irene 4 .. . 21,31,35,109 Rhymer, Sandra 2.......................131 Rice, Marcia 4 Richards, Tom 4........................109 Ricker, Robert 2....................28,131 Rigler, Kathryn 2...................21,131 Rizzoli, Jay 2...................38,41,131 Ringering, Nancy 4..................21,109 Rinkel, Robert 4....................19,109 Robien, Mary 4.........21,31,110 Robinson, Richard 3 . . . . 34,120 Robinson, Terry 2......................131 Rohrkaste, Bob 3..................... 120 Rood, Fred 4........................40,110 Rose, Gordon 4 . 26,27,76,110 Rose, Susan 2....................24,41,131 Ruehrup, Judy 3 . . . 21,26,28,120 Ruhl, Jennifer 3.......................120 Rutz, Carol 2............. . . 131 Saboff, Carol 2 41,131 Sackett, Dell Ray 2....................131 Sandrin, Marvin 4...................19,110 Sasek, Judy 2.......................40,131 Scarborough, Toby 3 . . . . 32,120 Schaake, Larry 3 . . . 27,32,34,59, 69,120 Schaake, Myron 3.......................120 Schaefer, Carolyn 3 . . . 19,25,40, 46,59,120 Schaefer, Arlin 2...................74,131 Scheffel, Don 4 Schipkowski, Nancy 4 . . 25,32,34 Schloss, Ray 2..................ni Schmid, Don 2................’ o, Schmid, Donald E, 4 uq Schmid, Jerry 4..........32,34 in Schmidt, Connie 2...........21 I3i Schmidt, Dan 4................'jj, Schmidt, Paul 3.............76,120 Schmidt, Ronald 3............66J20 Schmidt, Sandra 3.............’120 Schneider, Joan 2............".131 Schneider, Judy 2............" 13 Schoettle, Norman 2 . . 69,76,131 Schoonover, Cynthia 2.........’131 Schrage, Duane 4 ... . 26,27,111 Schreiber, Susan 2 . . 21.24,41,131 Schuessier, Janice 4............’m Schultz, Ruth 4.............31,111 Schumacher, Gary 4 . . . 27,53,69 ’ill Schwalb, Dave 2.............70,131 Schwartzkopf, David 4 . . 27,69,111 Scott, Bonnie 4.................m Scott, Dianne 2...............131 Senn, Robert 2 ........ 69,74,132 Seibert, Sharon 3 . . . . 32,35,120 Shaffer, Margaret 2............132 Sharp, Mary Beth 2.............132 Shaw, Carolyn 4..........31,35,111 Shimunek, Tony 3...............120 Shindel, Katherine 3 . . . 28,34,35, 120 Sheppard, Donna 2 . . . 19,41,132 Shirley, Patsy 2....................132 Sickbert, Leslie 2..............41,132 Sidener, Joe 2...................132 Sido, Mary 3.........31,35,120 Simmons, Richard 4..............Ill Simpson, Fred 2 ... . 28,132,144 Sisson, Charles 4 . . 27,41,46,112 Sisson, Mary 3...................120 Skinner, Mike 2...............41,70,132 Slemer, Richard 3....................120 Slemer, Robert 2.................70,132 Slemer, Rudy 4 .. . 27,53,69,112 Slemer, Vicki 2..................24,132 If the shoe fits, wear it!" states Dean Lucco.Mrs. Parker and her prize-winning cake chat she entered in the W.I.L. Birthday Contest. all, Edward 2 . . . 41,70,76,132 ill, Richard 4 ... . 27,76,112 allie, Sharon 3...............31 lath, James 2................132 ith, James W. 4..........35,112 Hth, Joann 2.................132 ith, Norma 2................132 ith, Terry 2................132 ider, Barbara 2...........21,132 jder, Earl 3..............18,120 ider, George 4...............112 vder, Lorraine 2.............132 Iter, Ruth 4...........21,31,112 idcman, Dennis 2 . . . 41,66,74, 132 eogel, Mary 4..........31,35,112 alnut, Karen Ann 3 . . . 35,120 ■hlhut, Roy 4.............18,112 tley, Clarence 2 . . . 28,41,132 imes, Bonnie 2...............132 gall, Joyce 3..........21,59,120 nmeyer, Mary 3...............120 phenson, Mary 3 . . . 25,28,31, 120 op, Joanne 2..............35,132 :son, James 3 . . . 19,28,32,35, 46,120 »art, Joyce 2................132 wart, Michael 4 He, Judith 3.................120 ces, Mary 4 . . 25,32,34,35,112 ces, Ray 2...................132 Icis, Roman 3.............69,120 ize, Jean 3...............25,120 ader, Carol 3 . . . 25,31,35,120 ader, Linda 2..........21,24,132 ange, Annedith 3...........28,31 ackhoff, Linda 4.............112 ibs, Skip 3 . . . 32,34,35,54,66, 122 re, Jane 2.............21,26,132 re, Judy 2 ... . 21,38,41,132 iner, Lanny 3 . . . 32,35,38,122 boda, Bernadine 3 . . 21,25,35, 122 boda, Don 3...............18,122 lor, Teri 2...............21,133 Tegemeier, Bonnie 2 . . 21,40,133 Terry, Bud 2 .......... 70,76,133 Terry, Roger 3................122 Thatcher, Jay 3 . . . 28,32,35,122 Thompson, Anna 4..............113 Thompson, Janice 4............113 Thompson, Larry 2.............133 Titchenal, Rosa Lee 2 . . 28,35,133 Todd, Mary 2..............21,40,133 Tomlinson, Mary Ann 3 . . . . 122 Tormohlen, Phyllis 4 . . . 21,31,35 Townsend, Joe 2..............69,133 Traband, Mike 2 ... . 41,70,133 Traband, Sharon 3 . . 25,31,35,40, 122 Transue, Lee 4..................113 Treat, Russell 4 . ..............76 Treat, Carol 4................32,34 Trent, John 3...................122 Trojahn, Mike 4..................27 Turner, Shirley 3............31,122 Unger, Nadine 3.................122 Vanek, Kenny 3...................12 Van Winkle, Betty 2 ... . 26,133 Vaughn, Otis 4..................113 Vaughn, Shirley 2...............133 Veith, Richard 4................113 Ventress, Sharon 2 . . 19,20,24,44, 55,133 Vest, Alan 3.................67,122 Vieth, Darlene 3.............31,122 Vieth, Sharon 2 . . 24,28,38,41 133 Volentine, Walter 3 . . . . 18,122 Wagner, Larry 2.................133 Wahl, Karen 2 ........... 20,24,133 Wahl, Kenneth 4.................113 Wahl, Michael 3 ......... 27,69,122 Wallace, Laverne 4 . . 25,26,27,28, 32,46,114 Washington, Ed 4..............32,35 Waters, Laura 2..............40,133 Watson, Margie 3................122 Weber, Kathy 3............21,35,122 Weeks, Nancy 2............21,24,133 Weeks, Susan 4 . . . 21,25,44,114 Weeks, Walter 4 . . . 27,32,53,114 Wehmeyer, Carole 3..............122 Wehling, Mina 3 . . . 18,21,32,122 Weise, Robert 3 . . . 27,41,67,122 Weishaupt, Don 3...............122 Wells, Kathy 2 . . 21,24,41,44,133 Werner, David 4 ... . 27,67,114 Werner, James 3.............28,122 West, James 4 . . 21,27,28,69,114 West, Kenneth 2.............38,133 West, Memory 2.................133 West, Robert 4..............38,114 Westbrook, Joyce 3 . . . . 25,122 Wetzel, Carl 4...........21,27,114 Whatley, Karen 3 . . 18,21,25,122 Wheeler, Richard 2.............133 White, Delores 2...............133 Whittaker, Glenn 2..........40,133 Weichman, Mary Jane 3 . . . 31,35, 59,122 Wieduwilt, Kay 3 ... . 25,40,’l22 Wieduwilt, Kenny 2 . . 41,67,74,133 Wiemers, Daniel 2............133 Wiemers, Ed 4................115 Wilcox, Robert 3........... 122 Wildman, Kent 3 . . 27,32,34,35,38, 59,69,122 Wilharm, Jane 4 . . 18,25,31,35,38, 46,115 Wilkening, Alvin 3..............76 Wilkening, Ina 3...............123 Wilkening, Lola 4..............115 Williams, Bernard 2............133 Williams, Mary Ann 2 . . . 28,133 Willis, Mike 2.................133 Winkle, Jackie 2 . . . , 19,24,133 Wisnasky, Terry 2..............133 Witt, Janet 2...............24,133 Wohlford, Jeff 2.........41,74,133 Woll, David 4..................115 Woods, Janet 2 ... . 19,21,24,133 Wopat, Jean 2 .......... 24,44,133 Wroten, Cheryl 3................25 Wydra, Sally 2 ......... 25,40,133 Yates, Donna 3.................123 Yates, Wilford 4...............115 Yehling, Dennis 2...........28,133 Yehling, Rae 4 ... . 21,25,44,115 Young, Tom 2................28,123 Zboray, Carolyn 2...........21,133 Zeisset, Richard 4 . . 26,27,28,115 Zimmer, David 3..............29,32 Zimmerman, Bonnie 3 . . . . 25,31 Zimmerman, Sharon 2............133 Zwick, Robert 3................123 Zwick, Sharon 2.............24,133Advertisers’ Index A W Drive-In 604 St. Louis 656-4575 Page 70 Ann's Beauty Salon 212 St. Louis 656-4944 Page 55 E.H.S. Art Club Page 117 Auerbach's 126 N. Main 656-4801 Page 84 Bank of Edwardsville 103 Purcell 656-0057 Page 51 Barm; and Sons Co. New Alton Road 656-2785 Page 70 Bassman Jewelry 211 N. Main 656-6431 Page 84 Ben Franklin 116 N. Main 656-7430 Page 70 Blume's Apparel 104 N. Main 656-3616 Page 84 Bob's Band Box Cleaners and Launderers 112 S. Main 656-6028 Page 82 Brook's Jewelry 213 N. Main 656-0784 Page 70 Buchanan St. Market 244 S. Buchanan 656-4643 Page 117 Burns' Nursery 1053 E. Franklin 656-5336 Page 84 Busker's Hardware 219 N. Main 656-5115 Page 84 Clayton Cleaners 501 N. Main 656-1070 Page 84 Clover Leaf Home Building and Loan 148 N. Main 656-6122 Page 33 Coffman, Don Insurance Agency 254 N. Main 656-2075 Page 55 Desmond Plumbing and Heating 318 St. Louis 656-1820 Page 82 Dillman's Paint and Wallpaper 222 N. Main 656-7358 Page 82 Do-Nut Shop 301 N. Main 656-9700 Page 84 Eberhart Signs 200 S. Fillmore 656-7256 Page 75 Edwardsville Creamery Co. 223 W. Park 656-5365 Page 71 Edwardsville Frozen Foods 246 N. Main 656-1477 Page 81 Edwardsville Lumber Co. 201 W. High 656-5024 Page 76 Edwardsville Shoe Service 105 E. Vandalia 656-4562 Page 117 Eichmann's Studio 219 Hillsboro 656-2424 Page 72 Fashion BooterV 118 N. Main 656-9481 Page 54 Fiegenbaum, Bruce O. Agency 232 S. Buchanan 656-1174 Page 117 Florists' Mutual Insurance Co. 500 St. Louis 656-4246 Page 81 140Advertisers’ Index Fredman Brothers Furniture Co. 119 N. Main 656-4400 Page 75 A Friend Page 82 Fruit's Standard Service 305 W. Vandalia 656-9719 Page 118 Hirsch, P.N. and Co. 122 N. Main 656-4458 Page 117 Hofeditz Music Shop and Studio 412 E. Park 656-1925 Page 61 Home Nursery Greenhouses, Inc. St. Louis Road 656-1790 Page 61 Illinois Lumber Co. 225 E. Vandalia 656-1514 Page 75 Imber's Men's Wear 144 N. Main 656-6112 Page 81 Irma's Beauty Salon 106 Hillsboro 656-4950 Page 84 Jack's Phillips "66" Service 141 W. Vandalia 656-5362 Page 118’ Jane Louie's Town Club Grocery Carpenter, Illinois Page 25 Jones, Jim, Inc. 111 N. Second 656-0132 Page 75 Kast's Standard Service Station 301 S. Buchanan 656-9823 Page 118 Kriege Hardware 112 E. Vandalia 656-7588 Page 119 Lee Shops, Inc. 134 N. Main 656-5119 Page 118 Leona's Beauty Shop 214 Hillsboro 656-0619 Page 118 E.H.S. Lettermen's Club Page 55 Leu's I.G.A. Market 142 N. Main 656-7058 Page 54 Lexow's Electrical Contractors 107 E. Vandalia 656-7585 Page 81 L.S.M. Builders, Inc. 315 N. Main 656-3346 Page 63 Madison County Mutual Auto Insurance Co. 100 St. Luois 656-3410 Page 76 Madison County Tractor Equipment Co. 130 Hillsboro 656-1760 Page 120 Madison Store 115 Purcell 656-5033 Page 118 Marcella's Beauty Shop 148A N. Main 656-3612 Page 118 Marks, Lesley Funeral Home 210 N. Kansas 656-7577 Page 120 Melody Bar 128 N. Main 656-4885 Page 54 Meyer Television Service 225 N. Main 656-4620 Page 118 Michels' Tire Battery, Inc. 208 S. Buchanan 656-1180 Page 128 Moore Stork Cleaners Furriers 511 N. Main 656-5471 Page 128 141Advertisers’ I Mottar Drug Co. 206 N. Main 656-0067 Page 128 Nathan Marcus 146 N. Main 656-0241 Page 54 National Advertising Assn. Troy Road 656-3200 Page 117 Ohl, Don Office Supply 113 Purcell 656-5403 Page 54 Overbeck's Paint Wallpaper Store 120 N. Main 656-0195 Page 54 Owen's Shell Service 603 N. Main 656-9752 Page 54 Peoples Savings Loan Assn. 107 Purcell 656-5197 Page 61 Personality Beauty Shop 305 N. Main 656-0704 Page 54 Pi Kappa Sigma Page 119 Pizzini, William D., Inc. 110 W. College 656-5390 Page 61 Ralph's Super Service 620 St. Louis 656-9894 Page 117 Richards' Brick Co. 234 Springer 656-0230 Page 109 Rusty's 1201 N. Main 656-1113 Page 33 Schmidt, Oscar Real Estate 214 St. Louis 656-0120 Page 15 Schmidt's Tin Shop 239 N. Main 656-7467 Page 128 Schneider Funeral Home 627 St. Louis 656-4968 Page 119 Shupack's 124 N. Main 656-1307 Page 119 "66" Bowl 300 W. Vandalia 656-9709 Page 117 Smith's Sewing Shop 205 N. Second 656-7375 Page 25 South Side Auto Repair 1709 Troy Road 656-1994 Page 55 dex State Security Insurance Co. 130 Hillsboro 656-3030 Page 15 Ted's Maidrite Sandwich Shop 1310 N. Main 656-4665 Page 119 Tudor Heating Service 907 Longfellow 656-5404 Page 119 U-Washee Laundry Troy Road Page 119 Vanzo's 110 St. Louis 656-9706 Page 25 Weber Funeral Home 304 N. Main 656-4655 Page 130 Wells Tire Sales, Inc. 125 W. Vandalia 656-1540 Page 130 Western Auto Associate Store 315 N. Main 656-5073 Page 55 Wilson Construction Co. 1514B Troy Road 656-5200 Page 130 Woodlawn Gardens 1407 St. Louis 656-0686 Page 119 Yonaka Jewelry 100 E. Vandalia 656-1943 Page 130 142Professiona C.L. Brockmeier, D.O. C.R. Cochran, D.S.C. Wayne B. Cox, O.D. Eldon M. Durr LeRoy M. Fink, D.D.S. Louis Gemoules, O.D, M.R. Hill, D.D.S. Eulalia Hotz, County Clerk R.I. Knauel, D.C. Henry L. Malench, M.D. R.L. Marks, D.D.S. Ray Matthews, D.V.M. M.D. Nash, D.D.S. Merrill Ottwein, D.V.M. Floyd Spengel Wilber R.L. Trimpe, County Superintendent of Schools Eugene Wahl, M.D. M.F. Wayne, D.D.S. Robert W. Weir, D.C. 143i-3 tel tte i—i J ca Cq »-3 STSLiransaa hh 144


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