Edwardsville High School - Tiger Yearbook (Edwardsville, IL)

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= mos EDWARDSVILLE HIGH SCHOOL Edwardsville, Illinois Volume 50 Dedication To the spirit and traditions bequeathed by former staffs, who through fifty years have worked successively to publish the Edwardsville High School yearbook, the 1963 Anniversary Tiger is dedicated. Intelligencer photograph Table of Contents Academics , Organizations SHOPS — we. 44 Activities .. Portraits Built in 1864, the Dale School, the first public school in Edwardsville, is pictured with the present Edwardsville Senior High School, The yearbook staff proud- ly announces that the '63 An- nual is the fiftieth edition of the TIGER. On certain pages, present day photographs are contrasted with those of past days. May this edition be a memorable one for the Class of '63. One of the older science laboratories is contrasted with the present physics laboratory. Notice the neatness and sim- plicity of the present laboratory. sent In Art a student expresses his feel- ings by using lines, curves, shading, and coloring in the same manner as an English student uses words, punctuation marks, sentences, and paragraphs, Bollman and Karen Whatley ren ilptures from the oven, " Whew! These quizzes sure can get a boy down! " Myron Schaake, Kelly Kinder, and Al Wilkening examining the workings of the combine. Agriculture Vocational Agriculture requires seven hours of classroom work each week, In addition, each student must have a farm project. Correct methods of livestock breeding, crop raising, and farm financing are stressed in this course, Homemaking Nutrition, cooking, child care, sewing, and interior decorating are some of the activities that are offered to a student when she enrolls in Homemaking, With a knowledge of these previous subjects, she has the basis for making a pleasant, cheerful home later in life. Diane Reiter and Judy Deen try to improve their sewing techniques. Mary Cartwright and Shirley Helmkamp prefer sewing by hand for this type of work, Business Education Specialized training for future book- keepers, accountants, typists, secretaries, and clerks is offered in the Business Education Department, General courses in business prac- tices and economics are also available. Scott Brooks, Judy Sasek, Kathy Kuchta, and Karen Wahl practice typing. PAGE SPONSORS: BEN FRANKLIN COFFMAN INS, CO, DILLMAN'S PAINT AND WALLPAPER DIPPOLD BROTHERS Jeanne Gieszelmann, Kathy Gremer, and Judy Bollinger try to master the art of typing. Carol Gusewelle concentrates on her short- yy hand assignment, 7 ‘ : ETT ' ; ‘ — Sophomore Girls' Driver Education Class poses for the photographer after class demonstration. Driver Education Driver training involves classroom study of driving regulations and techniques in addition to operating a dual-controlled car on the highway. Here at E.H.S, the classroom work for driver training is required of every student enrolled in Health classes, wood- work, metal work, and electricity are some of the courses being taught in the Industrial Arts De- partment, In these courses stu- dents gain skill in working with their hands and with machines. Carl Reiter, Terry Ruppel, Don Hefferman, and Dave Felchlin are busy at work with various tools in the shop, Carl Reiter works on a hack- saw with the buffing wheel, John Hardwick, John Dutton, and Rose Gibson work industriously in Mechan- ical Drawing under the direction of Mrs, Miller, SF. ss s n” UWathematio At least one unit of mathematics is required for graduation from E,H.S, Courses range from Algebra I to trigonometry and solid geometry. Corky Wahl explains a problem, Gary Koch, George Gau, Benny Dickmann, and Terry Neubauer prepare for their next class after a period in P,E, class. ' ! There goes Paul Meyer, doing one of his flying flips as Denny Fagan and Joe Garwood " spot, " " Oops Physical Education and Aealth In P.E. students strive to strengthen their bodies by participating in proper forms of physical and mental activity, Health and Safety are required of all sophomores and are coordinated with the physical education classes, Mary Todd, Norma Smith, Susan Schreiber, and Linda Hansen struggle to perfect the skill of jumping rope, Sophomore Girls' Health Class Mrs. Issacs discusses a book project in English 4 class E aglish Three units in English are required for graduation from E.H.S. In addition to English I, I, M1, andIV, English Literature, American Literature, Speech, and English Essentials and Composition are offered, Mr. Koch explains German pronouns to one of his German classes. 7 whi we S = pF, Lewtuht — ( thom) (dee (lawn Ui dag Wee Wit enden — [A - dan WA) BR. 3 C3 , 4 | aeeues ™ fs ¥ oe | deans cal Foreign Languages Latin, French, Spanish, and German are taught at E.H.S. The student enrolled inone of these courses learns the culture of the people and the history of the country in which the language is spoken, as well as the language itself. Social Studies In Social Studies students study the history, behavior, occupation, and customs of people, Every student is required to have one unit of credit in American History, What goes on behind closed doors in Mr. Harris's sociology class? Dave Brunworth points out a location on the map while Joan Englemann looks on, Mr, Price lectures to interest his class in American history. Natural Science Science is the vanguard which leads the way in research, Scientists discover and develop techniques and new products to improve the world today. Five courses in biology, chemistry, and physics are of- fered to students at E.H.S, PAGE SPONSORS: Larry Schaake looks perplexed as he is involved in a physics problem, Nick WOODLAWN GARDENS Pendergrass, Dave Zimmer, and Nancy Martin solve other problems. WEBER FUNERAL HOME WELLS TIRE SALES, INC, SCHMIDT'S TIN SHOP " What 'cha fixin', Nixon? " Barbara Gengler works an experiment in advanced chemistry class. © seecc5e 2 CHSOES—WEE=OBH” SEATED: Rich Noll, Kent Wildman, Rich Helm, Storm, Pam Weichman, Pat Justice, Jean Brown, Betty ROW ONE: Barbara Paproth, Donna Braasch, Mrs. Brockmeier, Susan Schrieber, Diane Gunther, Lynn George, Jackie Winkle, Rita Sawyer, ROW TWO: Heidinger, Guy Schmidt, Steve Nuernberger. ROW Denny Fagan, Marilyn Hlavsa, Pam Finney, Jean FOUR: Mary Dean, Candy Ladd, Linda Hansen, Shirley Moore, Judy Kooker, Betty VanWinkle, Darcy Randall, Bothman, Chuck Fruit, Steve Lichtenauer, Bob Vince Scott, Monte Gusewelle, ROW THREE: Donna Paproth, Alan Vest, Rick Bunte, Denny Caulk, , Student Counccl Each year the rollrooms elect their representatives to the student council. The repre- sentatives present and act on the problems and concerns of those who electedthem 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 sportmanship among the students. OFFICERS: Mrs, George, Sponsor; Kent Wildman, President; Richard Helm-Vice President; Jean Stolze, Secretary; Rich Noll, Treasurer, PAGE SPONSORS: BURN'S NURSERY ERNST GROCERY STORE FRUIT'S STANDARD SERVICE HEITZ OPTICAL CO, HAMEL SERVICE CO. IRMA'S BEAUTY SHOP KRIEGE HARDWARE LIBSON SHOPS The Student Council sold soft drinks at all basketball games, PAGE SPONSORS: E.H.S, LETTERMEN'S CLUB MADISON STORE METCALF INSURANCE COMPANY NATHAN MARCUS OWENS SHELL SERVICE OVERBECK'S WILLIAM PIZZINI COMPANY SCHUPACK'S INC, ROW ONE: Pam Finney, Kathy Baird, Carolyn Nunnally, Martha Lamb, Sharon Nemnich, Margie Watson, Candy Donna Yates, ROW TWO: Sharen Traband, Judy Kooker, Mudge, Elizabeth Weber. ROW FOUR: Renee Cunningham, Lois Krouse, Bonnie Zimmerman, Sue Cherry, ROW THREE: Mary Jo Hoover, Rose Gibson, Judy Merkel, Carol Suhre, “Tiger Times Staff members gain practical experience insecondary journalism by writing news stories, feature articles, and editorials. Tiger Times, E.H.S.'s bi-weekly newspaper, tries to fulfill the three-fold purpose of informing, influencing, and entertaining, The TIGER TIMES staff hurries to meet a deadline, Bonnie Zimmerman types for TIGER TIMES, Tiger “Times STAFF POSITIONS: Pam Finney - -- Front Page Kathy Baird Editorial Page Donna Yates Feature Editor Carolyn Nunnally Sports Editor Margie Watson Business Manager Staff members look over a recent Tiger Times issue, PAGE SPONSORS: IMBER'S MEN WEAR ILLINOIS LUMBER CO, FREDMAN BROS, FURNITURE CO, EDWARDSVILLE IMPLEMENT CO, Pam attempts to decipher a journalism student's handwriting, STAFF OFFICERS: Editor: John Cwan; Senior Editor: Judy Harris; Asst., Rita Cerny; Junior Editor: Kay Wieduwilt; Sophomore Edi- tor: Mary Jo Ashauer; Asst., Sharon Miller; Aca-=- demics Editor: Daniel Hellrung; Asst., Linda Hansen, Activities Editor: Carolyn Schaefer; Asst,, Kay Hopkins. Organiza- tions Editor: Elra Johnston Asst., Lynn Heidenger, Faculty Editor: Gary Gillig. Sports Edi- tor: Denny Speckman, Photographers Brad Hofeditz, Gerald Pender- grass, Art Editor: Karen Whatley; Asst., Barbara Gengler, Business Mana- ger: Tom Hoover, Index Editors: Cheryl Wroten, Betty Brockmeier, Sharon Ventress, Picture Sales; Mike O'Hare, Typists: Karen Stalhlut, Carol Barr, Sharon Miller. Ad Staff: Susie Price, Jackie Winkle, Leslie Sickbert, Jean Wopat, Nancy Holmes, ROW ONE: Mrs, Warmbrodt, Rita Cerny, Bonnie Hopkins, Lynn Hiedenger, Leslie Sickbert, Karen Zimmerman, Cheryl Wroten, Elra Johnston, Kay Whatley, Betty Brockmeier, Jean Wopat. ROW FOUR: Wieduwilt, Susan Price, ROW TWO: John Cwan, Marvy Carol Barr, Karen Stahlhut, Denny Speckman, Gary J Ashauer, Judy Harris, Lana Etzkorn, Carolyn Gillig, Dan Hellrung, Tom Hoover, Mike O'Hare, Schaefer, Brad Hofeditz, Jay Rizzoli, ROW THREE: Sharon Ventress, Nancy Holmes. Sharon Miller, Linda Hansen, Jackie Winkle, Kay Tiger Staff By taking pictures, planning layouts, writing copy, and selling ads, the Tiger Staff co- ordinate imagination and hard work to produce the 1963 Tiger. PAGE SPONSORS: BUCHANAN STREET MARKET BILL'S SUPER SERVICE STATION BUHRMESTER WALLPAPER AND PAINT BRUCE O, FIEGENBAUM HOFEDITZ MUSIC SHOP AND STUDIO ILLINOIS RADIATOR CO, KRIEGE HATCHERY LEONA'S BEAUTY SHOP John and Judy search last year's Tiger for ideas. John sells yearbook ad- vertisement to Miss Eulalia Hotz. Work or play? John Cwan is always helping someone, Today it's Bootsie Johnson and Bonnie Zimmerman, Mr. Koch, Sponsor Richard Wooldridge President; Brenda Scherff Secretary Treasurer, Alan Sheppard, Bob Frillman, Dennis Sievers, Jim Allen, FOURTH ROW: Kenny Dodds, Mike Maguire, Vincent Drexelius. SEATED: Bob Dewerff, Richard Woolridge, Brenda Scherff. FIRST ROW: Karyle Moore, Jean Skamenca, Gail Cox, SECOND ROW: Jean Moore, Bill Hansen, Jo Ann Langendorf, THIRD ROW: Don Clevenger, German (Club Members of the German Club participate in activities designed to broaden their know- ledge of the German peoples and customs, Those taking first or second year German are eligible for membership. French Club The French Club is made up of students who either have taken or are taking French, Their purpose is to learn more about the culture of the French people, The French Club usually attends a play or movie in St. Louis, FIRST ROW: Sandy Dixon, Carol Jean Loebach, Davis, Brenda Hadley, Phyllis Garner, Martha Lamb, Denaire Modine, Darcy Randall, Kay Wieduwilt, Sharon Judy Kooker, Marilyn Stolze, FOURTH ROW: Kay Gieszelmann, Miss Cunningham, SECOND ROW: Hyten, Ginger Dustman, Fred Simms, Bob Elberson, Barbara Stephens, Linda Schulte, Nancy Berends, Lois Bill Hanke, Ron Banjovic, John Rotter, Jim Eilers, Krouse, Chris Betts, Sue Moore, Suzi Stepson, THIRD Sharon Gray, Pam Southard, ROW: Diane Appelquist, Carolyn Schaefer, Priscilla % So - 5 of ay Miss Cunningham, Spon- 3 : 4 : sor; Kay Wieduwilt, Presi- dent; Darcy Randall, Vice ’ f President; Carol Jeat Loebach, Secretary Denaire Modine, Treasur- er. , THREE: Karen Lueker, Beverly Gusewelle, Rita Hackett, Pat Stolze, Keita Liebler, Marilee Burrus, Linda Bolin, Licia Barthi, Carolyn Lowenstein, ROW ROW ONE: Miss Cunningham, Margie Harbers, Joan Englemann, Jane Bunte, Dee Burroughs, Terry Klingel, Shirley Fuller, Mary Beth Sharp, Suzanne Poneta, Judy Judy Merkel, Sasek. ROW TWO: Dave Grinstead, Barbara Boland, Janice Boyd, Marilyn Hlavsa, Margie Martin, Judy Sines, Sandy Saboff, Mary Jo Meek, Judy Leu, ROW FOUR: Bill Alexander, Roy Danaher, Bob Kurmann, Craig Blume, Dick Carter, Mike Newton, Jack Lewis, James Atkinson, John Jellen, Kenny Gusewelle, Spanish Club Through member's reports and guest programs, members learn more about the Spanish speaking countries of the world, Anyone who is taking or has taken a course in Spanish is eligible for membership, " What's so funny, Bob? " OFFICERS: Miss Cunningham, Sponsor; Bob Agles, President; Carol Altefogt, Vice President; Dee Burroughs, Secretary; Terry Klingel, Treasurer. Mr. Day, Sponsor; William Caulk, President; Dale Farrington, Vice President; Menzie Cliff, Treasurer; Denaire Modine, Secretary. ROW ONE: Judy Ruehrup, Menzie Cliff, William Caulk, Ronne Eberhardt, Robert Elberson, Carol Barr, Dianne Dale Farrington, Cheryl Wroten, Bonnie Mottar, Mr. Appelquist, Ginger Dustman. ROW FOUR: Steve Fruth, Day. ROW TWO: Mary Ann Kyro, Candace Ladd, Denaire Kenny Lane, Bob Hildenstein, Clarence Staley, Kenny Modine, Bill Hansen, Bonnie Hellrung, Sharon Bond. Dodds, Skip Stubbs, Steve Nurenberger. ROW THREE: Sharon Pape, Kay Hyten, Tom Phuse, Biological Science Club Through lectures, films, and student programs, members of the 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. Physical Science Club The Physical Science Club participates in programs concerning the various branches of the Physical Sciences, All members of the club are required to enter a science project in the local science fair which is sponsored annually by the two science clubs, ROW ONE: Mr. Powell, Phyllis Eden, Betty Van THREE: David Brunworth, Denny Fagan, Thomas Webb, Winkle, Menzie Cliff, Gary Campbell, William Caulk, Alvin Wilkening, Spencer Moore, Rich Lohr, John Diane Gunther, Barbara Gengler, Barbara Ligon, ROW Cwan, Ed Small, Werner Clark, George Going. ROW TWO: Lynn Heidenger, Janet Brunworth, Mary Dean, FOUR: Dave Dietzel, Rich Noll, Tom Mareing, Richard Dick Gerber, Kenny Poos, Terry Jones, John Helm, Dick Marti, Steve Jegel, Gary Gillig, Daniel Cunningham, Sharon Ventress, Sharon Lantz, ROW Hellrung, Jim Askins, Jay Thatcher. Mr. Powell, Spon- sor; William Caulk, President; Gary Campbell, Vice President; Diane Gunther, Secre- tary; Menzie Cliff, Treasurer. Miss Goeddel, Sponsor; Jack Bettman, President; Dale Bode, Vice President; Judy Harris, Secretary- Treasurer. ROW ONE: Miss Goeddel, Judy Schneider, Jack Bettman, Jim Braddy, Mike O'Hare, Rich Bunte. ROW FOUR: Jim Judy Harris, Dale Bode, Mary Jo Henry, Janet Franklin, Linksvayer, Lanny Sumner, Steve Jegel, Dick Marti, ROW TWO: Carol Barr, Gary Nettleton, Wayne Peck, Tom Hoover, Bob Hildenstein, Jack ‘iartzel. Dianne Scott. ROW THREE: Jeff Brown, Brad Hofeditz, Social Studies Club Anyone interested in social studies may be a member of this’club, During meetings participants may discuss current events, geography, and views on topics of history, Math Clue The objective of the Math Club is to give its members a broader scope of the science of mathematics. They acquire more knowledge of math through student programs and guest speakers, ROW ONE: Marie Bensa, Phyllis Eden, Kay Hopkins, Carolyn Nunnally, Kathy McKee, Kathy Shindel, Sharon Richard Helm, George Going, Jackie Winkle, Barbara Ventress, Sharon Lantz. ROW FOUR: Werner Clark, Ligon, ROW TWO: Mr, Elam, Nancy Holmes, Leslie David Hunter, Glenn Jenne, Rich Wooldridge, Gary Gillig, Sickbert, FredSchrage, Denny Sievers, David Brunworth, Daniel Hellrung, Eldon Martin, Jim Askins, Dale Menzie Cliff, Betty Brockmeier, Jean Wopat. ROW Farrington, THREE: Dick Gerber, Kathy Baird, Dianne Gunther, Mr. Elam, Sponsor; Richard Helm, President; George Going, Vice Presi- dent; Karen Hopkins, Sec- retary. Miss Smiser, Sponsor; Susie Droegg President; Judi Bess, Vice Presiden Joyce Westbrook, Secretary; Jui Wieduwilt, Treasurer. 4 | a oh i M JV et ROW ONE: Susie Droege, Judy Wieduwilt, Judi Bess, Joyce Westbrook, ROW TWO: Kay O'Dell, Donna Kessinger, Mary Jo Ashauer, Herman Cruse, Sue Moore, ROW THREE: Conny Menoni, Memory West, Bonnie Tegmeier, Mary Louise Ladd. ROW FOUR: Miss Smiser, Janet Dettmer, Carolvn Kuethe, Phyllis Garner, Carolyn Franke, iabiald Gusiuess Education Club Members of the Business Education Club meet to discuss modern business operations and phases of today's business world. Technicians Clue Members of the Technicians' Club are chosen. on the basis of skill. They operate the school's public address system and provide music for lunch hours and bean dances, ROW ONE: Mike Gallagher, Dave Champion, Steve Lichtenauer, Bob Heidinger. ROW TWO: David Motz, Tom Lewis, Jay Rizzoli, Jim Walters, Bill Ricker, ROW THREE: La rry Wagner, Bruce Neudecker, Bill Gusewelle, Ronnie Eberhardt, Fred Simpson, John Cunningham, Stewert Ozier. ROW FOUR: Tom Webb, Hank Mullane, John Dutton, Jim Linksvayer, Leonard Reiter, Bob Hildenstein, Ray Schloss, Lee Hall, Mr, Ruescher, Sponsor; Mike Gallagher, President; Steve Lichtenauer, Vice President; Dave Champion, Secretary- Treasurer, PAGE SPONSORS: MELODY BAR MOTTAR DRUG CO, LESLIE MARKS FUNERAL HOME PI KAPPA SIGMA PAGE SPONSORS: MADISON TELEPHONE COMPANY MEYERS TELEVISION SERVICE MIDWEST LOAN COMPANY OSCAR SCHMIDT AGENCY, INC, WESTERN AUTO ASS'N STORE SCHMIDT, HOMANN, AND BROWN SUHRE'S GAS AND APPLIANCE COMPANY ROW ONE: Miss Goeddel, Sponsor; Tom Lewis, Homer Bollman, Jim Walters, ROW TWO: Carl Reiter, John Dutton, Joe Sidener, ROW THREE: Mike Willis, Rick Robinson, Ed Bosch, Jim Stepson, fAtadio Visual Aids Clue The members of this club, adept at operating movie projectors and various other audio- visual machines, provide efficient presentation of educational films to students at E.H.S. Wot Red Club — The Majestics are affiliated with the National Hot Rod Association, The club is for those boys interested in cars and in improving car performance. ROW ONE: John Feldman, Rick O'Connor, Don Svoboda, Roger Koch, ROW TWO: Preston Hall, Mike Regna, Dou Polk, Mr, Hutton, ROW THREE: Eddie Mangers, Jerry Heinemeier, Clinton Jennings, Mike Clarkin, ROW FOUR: Norman Schoettle, Wayne Horton, Kenny Ebrect, Roger Cates, Glenn Moody, Jack Sisson, Mr, Hutton, Sponsor; Roger Koch, President; DonSvoboda, Vice President; Rick O'Connor, Secretary Treas- urer; John Feldman,Ser- geant-at-Arms. ROW ONE: Leilana Etzkorn 2,3,5,7,8,9; Carol Barr 9; Judy Harris 6,9; Carol Suhre, Karen Kesl, Judy Kooker, ROW TWO: Donna Warhol, Marian Correll, Sue Wolfe, Sue Stepson 9; Mary Ellen Stephenson, Patti Jones 9; Carol Messerly, Mary Eson, Pat Parker 6,8,9, ROW THR : George Going 5,7,8,9; Jack Bettman 7,8; Danny Hofeditz; Dennis Pashea, Dick Hoover 9; Gary Gillig, Karl Mason, Bonnie Mottar 9; Dale Farrington 8; Dale Bode 6,7,8, ROW FOUR: Mr, Etzkorn, Sharon Vieth, Mark Going, Mary Jenkins, Tom Webb, Jim Werner 5,8,9; Stephen Jegel 7; Sharon Price; Ricky Pass; Bob Heidinger; Leroy Brase 9, CONCERT REPERTOIRE " Remember Pearl Harbor " - Reid Kaye " Hands Across the Sea " ‘Victory at Sea " - Rodgers " El Conquistador " Tarv " Fanfare and Chorus " - Buxtehude " William Tell " - Rossini " Review of the Allied-Africal Command " - Maganini " Serenata " Anderson " Star Spangled Spectacular " - Cohan " Blue Bells of Scotland " - Pryor " Anthes " - Gill 4 n original composition-Ken Dodds (EHS Band member) " Slaughter On Tenth Avenue " - Rodgers 7 ’ Einzugs Marsch " from " The Gypsy Baron " - Johann Strauss " Bonanza " - I ivingston Evans " Viva Mexico! - Morrissey " United Nations Rhapsody " - Bennett Py " - Yoder ‘West Side Story " - Bernstein nspiegel's Merry Pranks " - Richard Strauss " Sentimental Journey " - Green, Brown, Homer Highlights from " Exodus' Gold smper Fidelis " - Sousa " Shield of Liberty " - Richards he School Musician " - Beebe Paul First Movement from the " Second Symphony " - Borodin 1, United States of America High School Band Third Movement and Allegro Maestoso from " Water Music " - Handel 2. U.S.A. High School Band nominee " Carnival of Venice " - arr. Wilkins 3. All-State Band or Orchestra " Meditation " from " Thais " - Massenet 1, All-State nominee " Parade of the Charioteers " from " Ben-Hur " - Rozsa 5. All-District Band or Or " Morning " from " Peer Gynt Suite " - Grieg 6. All-District nominee chestra " The March of Christianity " - Moore 7. All-County Sesquecentennial Band " Stradella " - Flotow 8. County Institute Sight-Reading Band " Portrait of the Land " - Quinn 9. All-County " The Bluebells of Scotland " from the " Scottish Suite’ - Anderson Festival Band BAND BOARD ROW ONE: Jim Werner, Judy Ruehrup, Barr, Patti Jones, Mary Williams, ROW THREE: George Judy Harris, Glenn Jenne. ROW TWO Leilana Etzkorn, Carol Going, Mr. Etzkorn, Fred Simpson, Coucert Gand CLEAON ETZKORN Director MAJORETTES: Judy Ruehrup, Judy Krome, Patti Jones, Leilana Etzkorn, a j ROW ONE: Katherine Shindel 6,8,9; Ken Hammer; Judy Bunt; Bob Harris; Rosa Lee Titchenal; Connee Zimmer, ROW TWO: Gary Nettleton; Rex Aton 3,5,7,8,9; Clarence Staley 9; Gerald Morrison 9; Tom Hoover 5,7,8,9; Judy Krome 5,8,9; Kathy Miller 5,7,8,9; Shirley Cullipher 9; Cheryl Barnsback, ROW THREE: Kenny Dodds 7,8,9; Bob Gordon 9; Walter Parrill; Ronnie Eberhart 9 Bill Blind; Judy Schneider 9; Brad Hofeditz 9; 3arbara Boda. ROW FOUR: Steve Fruth 9; Richard Helm 1,4,5,7,9; David Zimmer 6,7,8,9; Mary Williams 7,8,9; ] 9; Bob DeWerff, Fred Carl Becker; y Ratzlaff, Glenn Jen: The Concert Band contributes to the cultural development of our school by encouraging under- standing and enjoyment of good music. Through practice and public performance, band members become familiar with a vast repertoire, including marches, pop tunes, and classical music, " Softer I " ’ ROW ONE: Marcia Strange, Ginger Dustman, Brenda Scherff, Atkinson, Tom Zeisset, George Gau, Monte Gusewelle, Mary Dean, Sandra Dixon, Christina Betts, Donna Storm, Jacquline Herbert, ROW TWO: Mr. Etzkorn, Marion Zeisset, Dale Bartels, Don Kesewe Baud The reserve band is a group of sophomore band students who play in the Christmas concert and at basketball games for experience in band performance and development of musical talents. Through these doors pass the Band Students, PAGE SPONSORS: GLIK'S DEPARTMENT STORE MADISON COUNTY MUTUAL AUTO INS, CO. " And whatever you do, don't drop Rehearsals it We make music, Sophomore double quartet work- ing on parts. The boys are good.... but the girls do their share, too. ROW ONE: Ronnie Eberhart, Denny Fagan, Dave Hunter, Skip Stubbs, Rex Aton, Brad Bivens, Jack Bettmann, Rick Robinson, Lanny Sumner, Mr. Kessinger, David Zimmer, Glenn Jenne, Dale Farrington, Steve Jegel, John Dutton, George Going, Werner Clark, Bill Caulk, ROW TWO: Wayne Peck, Dennis Holliday, Jay Rizzoli, Gary Nettleton, Larry Schaake, Tom Puhse, Menzie Cliff, Jay Thatcher, Steve Nuernberger, Linnea Haynes, Kathy Miller,Sharon Smallie, Barbara Perry, Elra Johnston, Reggie Pearce. ROW THREE: Jim Erb, Kenny Bivens, Chuck Bullard, Toby Scarborough, A Cappella Choir JAMES KESSINGER, Director " Softer " PAGE SPONSORS EDWARDSVILLE FOODS Carolyn Franke, Barbara Gengler, Sharen Traband, June Bender, Judy ROW Sasek, Sharon Staley, Patti Shindel, Ruerhup, Kathy Baird, Diane Applequist, Darcy Randle, FOUR: Brad Hofeditz, Jim Krieger, Eldon Martin, Judy Betty Boyd, Leilana Etzkorn, Sharon Seibert, Judy Harris, Pape, Rose Gibson, Nancy Eilers. ROW FIVE: Clarence Kenny Albrecht, Dale Bode, Kathy Reigler, Donna Field, Jones, Nancy Martin, Mita Brown, Pat Parker, Kathy Mina Wehling, Karen Kes]. Members of A Cappella Choir are junior and senior students of high singing ability. The choir works together to bring E.H.S. its finest vocal music, OFFICERS: Nettleton, Judy President; George Going, Vice- Ellsworth, Secretary; Bill Caulk, Gary President Treasurer, FROZEN EBERHART SIGNS HOMESITE DEVELOPMENT INC, JOHNSTON'S I.G, JIM JONES, INC, A. JAMES KESSINGER, Director Dianne Gunther, President; Pat Poneta, Vice Presi- dent; Mary Jane Wiechman, Secretary; Jane Suhre, Treasurer, } | « a a “ = —2 i GIRLS' CHOIR SEXTET: Vicki Albl, Kathy Hartnagel, Mary Ellen Stephenson, Hattie Carpenter, Phyllis Hughes, Mary Jane Hutcherson. The Girls' Choir is a select group of junior and senior girls chosen on the basis of vocal ability. Through daily practice and their several concerts, the students become familiar with fine music written for women's voices. ROW ONE: Judy Land, Nancy Prusa, Nancy Weeks, Sharon Prott, Janet Woods, Mary Beth Sharp, Shirley Turner, Mary Williams, Melody Meyer. ROW TWO: Rita Cerny, Lois Horstman, Phyllis Eden, Rose Cerny, Sharon Engelke, Mary Jean Hutcherson, Susan McLean, Sue Moore, Sally Wydra. ROW THREE: Thalia Jason, Margaret Shaffer, Pat Poneta, Diane Scott, Judy Bess, Connie Menoni, Kay Hopkins, Mary Ellen Stephenson, Memory West, Kathy Hartnagel. ROW FOUR: Gloria Foster, Francis Jenkins, Maxine Isenberg, Lynn Heidinger, Sharon Considine, Phyllis Hughes, Linda Bunte, Mary Jane Wiechman, Judy Burnett, Ann Strange, Licia Barthi. ROW FIVE: Pat Hubbard, Sandra Powell, Lynn Albl, Kay Krieger, Marilyn Mason, Judy Krome, Janet Keck, Sally Key, Janet Witt, Phyllis Garner, Norma Smith. ROW SIX: Hattie Carpenter, Jane Lienemann, Carolyn Nunnally, Margie McLean, Dianne Gunther, Jane Suhre, Susan Schreiber, Kathy Janet Dettmer, Mary Sido, Carolyn Lowenstein, Karen Gusewelle. Junior Boys' Double Quartet Senior Girls' Sextet Junior Girls' Sextet PAGE Senior Boys' SPONSORS: Quartet : BROOKS JEWELRY EDWARDS- VILLE LUMBER CO, Madrigal Singers JUNIOR SENIOR MUSIC LISTENING ROW ONE: Mr, Kessinger, Rita Cerny, Margaret Shaffer, Charlene tloria Foster, Hattie Dickman, Wanda Bickell, Susie McLean, Teri Taylor, Mary ‘ ry, Marilyn Williams, Rose Cerny, Elra Johnston, Reggie Pearce. ROW TWO: ton, Glenn Jenne, Wayne Peck, Kathy Rigler, Phyllis Hughes, Sandr owell, Jim Werner, Patty Parker, Leilana Etzkorn, Sharon Seit t, Darcy Randall, Pat Hubbard, Mary Ann Kyro. ROW THREE: Jim Erb, Maxine Isenberg, Kay Krieger, Lesl Sickbert, Donna Fields, Music Listening Clubs OFFICERS OF JUNIOR SENIOR MUSIC LISTENING: SOPHOMORE OFFICERS: Elra Johnston , , - . - President Candy Mudge . . st «os eh» President Dale Bode .... - Vice President Dee Burroughs ... . - Vice President Susie McLean ‘ - - secretary Jean Brown “erry. ; 3 » . Secretary tt EP og: ss ee . . « Lreasurer Bob Kurmann ea , Treasurer SOPHOMORE MUSIC LISTENING ROW ONE: Mr. Kessinger, Shirley Fuller, Linda Jackson, Mary Paproth, Kathy Rood, Bonnie Shafer, Judy Merke a1 Stolte, Sue Cherry, Margie Fleming, Elaine Ranek, Faye Fultz. Jean Moore, ROW FOUR: Marilee Burrus, Linda Brand ROW TWO: Donna Braasch, Dee Burroughs, Cindy Moore, Jean Nuernberger, Mike Newton, Dick Hamlin, Bob Kurmar Kriege, Carol Suhre, Kathy Lane, Candy Mudge, Marilyn Lucas, Blume, Gary Head, Linda Linksvayer, Connie Busker, Sue Dean, Nancy Pike. ROW THREE: Pam Gass, Rita Hackett, Zimmer, Janet Meyer, Mary Eson, Marian Correll, Jean Brown, Carla Shipkowski, Pat Stolze, Barb VARSITY CHEERLEADERS - Sharon Ventress, Susie Droege, Diane Appelquist, Dianne Gunther, Barbara Ligon, Carol Jean Cheerleaders The cheerleaders, nucleus of our pep and school spirit, work hard to let the boys know that the students are behind them during all sports events. MRS, MULLEN, Sponsor JUNIOR VARSITY CHEERLEADERS - Harriet Landwehrmier, Sharon Nemmick, Margie Martin; insert, Betty Brockmeier ROW ONE: Jackie Winkle, Janet Woods, Judy Ellsworth, Carolyn Nunnally, Mrs, Crocker, ROW TWO: Carolyn Fiegenbaum, Janet Witt, Judy Harris, Karen Kesl, Karen Hopkins, Sharen Traband, ROW THREE: Kathy Wells, Margie Dramatics Club Through study and practice inmeetings,mem- bers learn some of the fundamentals of dramatics. Every year the Dramatics Club presents a play for the entertainment of the students at E.H.S, Mr. Isselhardt, Sponsor; Larry Schaake, President; Kent Wildman, Vice President; Mike Wahl, Secre- tary; Denny Caulk, Treasurer, ROW ONE: Herbert Brooks, Charles Killion, Steve Mihalic, Larry Schaake, Denny Caulk, Mike Wahl, Kent Wildman, Kenny Bivens, Elmo Betts, Bob Weise. ROW TWO: Tom Puhse, Ed Small, John Parker, Bill Cerny, Nick Pendergrass, Ken Cassens, Ken Wieduwilt, Everette Polk. ROW THREE: Charles Hall, fi McLean, Brad Hofeditz, Mina Wehling, Jean Wopat, Jane Suhre, ROW FOUR: Mike O'Hare, Nixon Pendergrass, Eldon Martin, David Hunter, Mrs. Crocker, Sponsor; Judy Ellsworth, President; Dave Hunter, Vice President; Carolyn Nunnally, Secretary; Carolyn Fiegenbaum, Treasurer. Lettermen's Club Those boys who have earned a letter in sports are eligible for membership in Lettermen's Club. One of the club's main purposes is to promote good sportsmanship among the athletes and the student body. These boys annually sponsor the Bengal Ball. Wayne Metzger, Bob Agles, Joe Townsend, Rich Lohr, Steve Nuernberger, Dennis Speckman, Alan Vest, Bill Blind. ROW FOUR: Bob Michel, Wayne Henderson, Bob Hoskins, Terry Johnson, Gary Kotva, Gary Campbell, Bob Senn, Paul McCann, Rich Gusewelle, Bob Paproth, Rich Noll. oebach, ROW FIVE: cLean, § % Lantz, Vi , Janet BOARD: . Mullen, sponsor. ROW ONE: Jane TWO: Marcia Henke, Keita Liebler, Janet Dettmer. Susie Suhre, Nancy Weeks, Mrs. Mullen, Carolyn Nunnally, ROW McLean, Joyce Westbrook. , Martha Lamb, Keita Sue Cherry, Jear 'wO Renee singer Dustman, Dav an { Jo Meek, ROW y Daggett, Margie F re, Donna Storm, . ons, Judy Tosovsk Be I Gusewe ir eriy 2 I Margie Martin, i ge ‘i . Liil} er, Busker, Shirley Helmkamp, ROW FIV Sophomore G. 74. 74. MRS. MULLEN, Sponsor ROW ONE: Patsy Shirley, Melody Meister, Barbara Gremer, ROW TWO: Barbara Perry, Carolyn Fiegenbaum, Sharon Seibert, Maxine Isenberg. ROW THREE: Darlene Brown, Ruth Franke, Susie Frankie, June Bender, Rose Gibson, ROW FOUR: Betty Brockmeier, Karen Stalhut, Janet Bartels, Janet Keck, Judy Ellsworth, Library Club The office girls are students who, in their free time, assist the secretaries in their job of Members of the Library Club act as assistant operating the office. They deliver notes, type, librarians to Miss Vivian Thompson, librarian. The run errands, and perform various other office girls learn through experience proper library duties, They are an important service group at procedures, and while learning, perform a great E.H.S. service for E.H.S, ROW ONE: Donna Yates, Kay Wieduwilt, Sarah Ashauer, Darlene Brown, Sandy Schmidt, Delores Burnette, Judy ROW TWO: Diane Reiter, Judy Land, Kathleen O'Dell, Phillips, Mary Jo Ashauer. ROW FIVE: Carol Altefogt, Carol Jean Isselhardt, ROW THREE: Linda King, Memory Pat Kibikas, Linda Branding, Sharon Fencel, Mary West, Judy Schneider, Joan Schneider, Mary Ann Boccoloni, Susan Rose, Mary Bazillion. Tomlinson, Connie Schmidt, ROW FOUR: Miss Thompson, Photography (ub Members of the club study composition, light- ing, and other factors that determine the quality of pictures. Monthly assignments are made and pictures are judged for merit. Future “Teachers of America ROW ONE: Reggie Pearce, Carol Moore, Judy Lischmann, Bob Pulliam, Pam Finney, Rick Hunter, Donna Sheppard, Marcia Henke, Linda Taber, ROW TWO: Carolyn White, Gail Cox, Bonnie Zimmerman, Harriet Landwehrmier, Judy Garner, Janet Franklin, Linda Seibert, Kathy Davis, Judy Schneider, ROW The members of the Carl Sanburg Club of the F,.T.A. learn more about the teaching profession, The club has a National Charter and is open to any student interested in teaching. THREE: Dianne Scott, Deloris Hurst, Nancy Freitag, Jackie Herbert, Nancy Eilers, June Bender, Bernadine Svoboda, Mary Jenkins, Pamela Howells. ROW FOUR: Phyllis Honchak, Deane Dale, Judy Burnett, Karen Wahl, Connee Zimmer, Sharon Gray, Betty Brockmeier, Renee Cunningham, Mary Jo Hoover. ROW ONE: Carol Daube, Jay Rizzoli, Susan Schrieber, Linda Hansen, Brad Hofeditz, Marie DeConcini. ROW TWO: Judy Bollinger, Linda Allaria, Kathy Miller, Sharon Vieth, Rosa Titchenal, Jeanne Gieszelmann, ROW THREE: Sally Wydra, Carol Ann Burjes, Judy Krome, Gail Giacomelli, Susan Handlon, Marilyn Mason, ROW FOUR: Joann Davis, Gareld Pendergrass, Bob Eck, Ray Stoces, Kenny Vanek, Karen Paur, Mr. Gibson, Sponsor; Jay Rizzoli, President; Brad Hofeditz, Vice President; Susan Schrieber, Treasurer; Linda Hansen, Secretary. Mrs. Day, Sponsor; Pam Finney, Presi- dent; Bob Pulliam, Vice President; Rick Hunter, Secretary, Treasurer, ROW ONE: Judy Keith, Betty Craft, Shirley Hale, Charlene Dickman, Connie Schmidt, Elra Johnston, Kathy Rigler, Joyce Stegall, Susan Schrieber, Judy Ruehrup, Marie DeConcini, Rose Cerny, Carol Daube, Judy Deen. ROW TWO: Sharon Duvall, Carol Boone, Judy Land, Mary Jean Hutcherson, Teri Lynn Taylor, Judy Lischmann, Judy Bollinger, Sharon Veith, Mary Todd, Carolyn Zboray, Terri Boehm, Rita Cerny, Sharon Mellenthin, Mary Jo Rezabek, Maxine Isenberg, Betty Boyd, Jeanne Gieszelmann, Memory West, Bonnie Tegmeier, Senadee Cruse. ROW THREE: Susie Price, Joan Schnieder, Lynn Heidinger, Sally Key, Judy Phillips, Debby Hartung, Diane Dale, Karen Wahl, Kathy Kuchta, Marilyn Mason, Priscilla Mitchell, Kathy Miller, Janet Woods, Linda Allaria, Nancy Weeks, Carolyn Fiegenbaum, Linda Strader, Janet Schnieder, Janice Kahle, ROW FOUR: Kathy Davis, Barbara Tosovsky, Pam Howells, Laurel Blase, Janet Grigsby, Nancy Frietag, Jackie Herbert, Gloria Jones, Jo Ann Davis, Cheryl Barnsback, Carla Schipkowski, Barbara Poe, Marcia Strange, Pat Schrader, Brenda Scherff, Shirley Cullipher, Sharon Miller, ROW FIVE: Sharon Gray, Karen Paur, Margie McLean, Linda Hansen, Jane Suhre, Lorraine Shook, Mary Dean, Cathy Schutz, Barbara Wood, Judy Burnett, Sharon Pape, Janet Witt, Pat Justice, Janet Schrage, Sharon Considine, Peggy Aylward, Jane Halbe, Carol Burjes, Future Yurses of spemertca Miss Beckman, Sponsor; Joyce Stegall, President; Susan Schrieber, Vice President; Judy Ruehrup, Secretary; Elra Johnston, Treasurer; Kathy Girls in Future Nurses visit and aid hospitals Reigler, Point Chairman. in this area. Persons interested in nursing or ina related medical profession are eligible for sont Clue membership, Members of the Art Club design and produce scenery and art effects for programs and special concerts, Through their activities, an interest in art is stimulated and talent is developed. ROW ONE: Mina Lou Wehling, Rose Gibson, Nancy Martin, Rick Robinson, ROW TWO: Susie Price, Cynthia Moore, Verla Baker, Mr. Durham, ROW THREE: Darcy Randall, John Handshy, Kenny McCalla, Jane Baumann, Barbara Gengler. ROW FOUR: Susan Rose, Donna Storm, Cheri Houba, Lynn Kempher, Terri Boehm, Carla Shipkowski, Mr. Durham, sponsor; Karen Whatley, Presi- dent; Rick Robinson, Vice President; Nancy Martin, Secretary; Rose Gibson, Treasurer; Mina Lou Wehling, His- torian, estore MAKER ROW ONE: Judy Land, Barbara Gremer, AnnStrange, Sharon Perry, Melody Meyer, Marilyn Jenkins, Mary Ellen Stephenson, Toby Scarborough, Janet Bartels, Arlene Dinwiddie, Barbara Boda, Sharon Ketcham. ROW TWO: Mary Gosney, Sylvia Matock, Mary Ann Gagliardo, Aleta Cress, Sandra Gili, Sharon Prott, Donna Burgess, Wanda Lawerence, Carol Lando, Judy Keith, Betty Craft, Shirley Hale, Honna Gibson, Shirley Turner, ROW THREE: Miss Parkey, Sharon AMERICA Miss Parkey, Spon- sor; Mary Ellen Stephenson, Presi- dent; Toby Scarborough, Vice President; Marilyn Jenkins, Secretary; Melody Meyer, Treasurer; Ann Strange, Degrees Chairman; Sharon Gremer, Recre- ation Chairman, aw Mellenthin, Mary Jo Rezabek, Linda Elledge, Velva Douglas, Freddie Hogue, Mary McNish, Laurel Brase, Sandra Pfeiffer, Shirley Helmkamp, Kathy Lane, 3arbara Poe, Phyllis Cooper, ROW FOUR: Margaret Amistodi, Sharon Beckmann, Mary Eson, Kathy Gremer, Judy Phillips, Joann Pike, Linda Strader, Peggy Aylward, Marie Bensa, Sally Kernahan, Diane Ostendorf, Marcia Strange, Virginia Beckmann, Future Homemakers of America Future Farmers of America ROW ONE: Floyd Henke, Myron Schaake, Paul Schmidt, Alvin Wilkening, Leroy Brase, Ron Gusewelle, Mr. Seibert. ROW TWO: Ronnie Isenberg, Ken Gusewelle, Robert Johnson, Rich Henke, Louis Simpson, ROW THREE: Bill Kneckt, Wayne Holtmann, Orville Holtmann, Jim Turner, Eugene Poeling, Carl Becker, Richard Goebel, Gary Unterbrink, Ron Schmidt. ROW FOUR: Jim Krejci, Gary Balke, Ken Linkeman, Kelly Kinder, Jim Dorsey, Robert Geschwend, Glen Johnson, Kenny Heuer, Paul Gross. Mr. Seibert, Sponsor; Alvin Wilkening, President; Paul Schmidt, Vice President; Myron Schaake, Secretary; Leroy Brase, Treasurer; Ron‘Gusewelle, Reporter; Floyd Henke, Sentinel, photograph of Coach Freeland's Cross Country team at the Beaumont Invitational Track Tournament is quite lifferent from the track team in the early 1900's, VARSITY FOOTBALL BACK ROW: C Senn, T. Mz Johnson, Price, MIDDL : J. Dohle, B, Wahl, E. Football Starting and finishing the season on a happy note, our football players have much for which to be proud, Playing a very tough schedule that included the third-ranked high school team in Illinois, our Tigers completed their season with an overall 4-5 record and with a 2-4 conference record. Four of the five losses came by one touchdown or less. Joe Townsend was the high ground gainer, Larry Schaake, the best passer, and Wayne Henderson, the leading pass receiver and scorer, The senior lettermen are Bob Agles, Gary Kotva, Larry Schaake, Wayne Henderson, Mike Wahl, Nick Pendergrass, Bill Cerny, Dick Carter, and Kent Wildman, Prospects for next year look good with seventeen returning lettermen, The junior lettermen are Charles Hall, Bob Michel, Tom Mareing, Joe Townsend, Bob Senn, Terry Johnson, Rich Noll, Gary Campbell, Bob Hoskins, Charles Killion, Dave Schwalb, Herb Brooks, and Bill Blind. Norm Schoettle lettered but will be ineligible next year. The four sophomores who lettered are Corky Wahl, John Hartman, Tom Zeisset, and Jim Hoskins, Isselhardt, K, Wildman, B, Gordon, B, Hoskins, B. Philabaum, J, Townsend, J, Lew N, Schoettle, C. Hall, B, J, Hoskins, G, Hubbard, H. Brooks, R, Noll, Coach Kuethe, Manager Kane, FRONT ROW: B, Blind, D, Schwalb, N, Pendergr , L. Schaake, R. Stolcis, D, Carter, B, Cerny, G, Kotva . Wahl, B, Agles, W. Henderson, D, Crook, Manager R. Wheeler, Our two mascots, " Blackie and a bedraggled Eddie, " guard the entrance to the high school. Football Schedule 1962 E.H.S, OPP, Perfecting the art of the forward pass are 14 Madison 7 13 Belleville Cathedral 20 quarterback Bob Philabaum and halfback Herb 19 Wood River 18 14 Collinsville 18 Brooks. Watching (from left) are Jim Brown, 6 East St. Louis 14 13 Alton 20 John Hartman, and Tom Mareing. 36 Granite City 13 6 Belleville 33 20 Roxana 6 ns Sept. Sept. Sept. : Oct. Oct. Oct. Oct, Nov. Nov. bw bo CO pee onw wu ona ay A-ge ae, hag ee SEAR tse A PAGE SPONSORS: WILSON CONSTRUCTION DEVELOPMENT CO, STATE SECURITY INSURANCE CO, BACK ROW: D. Kane, Coach Price, R. Reinhardt, J. Fish, T. Zeissett, D. Spencer, A. Cooper, R. Nuernberger, C. Blume, W. Holtman, J. Hartmann. MIDDLE ROW: J, Lewis, L. Gholston, G, Pendergrass, W, Shashack, D. Schumacher, G. Bradford, D. Hamlin, D, Marti, J, Holshouser, J. Hoskins. FRONT ROW: J. Dohle, J, Brown, J. Allen, D. Linn, B, Elberson, S, Wille, J. Meister, C. Terry, B, Wahl, J. Hubbard, Junior Vareity Football Wayne Henderson eludes the reaches of a desperate tackler before galloping off on a sixty-five-yard scoring run against Granite City. Intelligencer Photo Intelligencer Photo From our fighting Tigers, six players re- ceived special recognition. Bob Hoskins was named to the All-District and All-Conference teams, Wayne Henderson was on the conference's second team. Larry Schaake, Bob Senn, Gary Campbell, and Joe Townsend all received honorable mention, Bill Blind goes over the middle for short yardage in the Belleville Cathedral game. Blocking for him are Joe Townsend and Terry Johnson, PAGE SPONSORS: AVERBACH'S BLACK'S SPORTING GOODS BLUME'S APPAREL CLAYTON CLEANERS DO-NUT SHOP E.H.S. ART CLUB FASHION BOOTERY P,.N, HIRSCH CO, Intelligencer Photo VARSITY CROSS-COUNTRY BACK ROW: A, Vest, S. Nuernberger, K, Cassens, R. Schmidt, Manager J. Wohlford, FRONT ROW: B, Weise, G. Strader, B. Hyten, K. Wieduwilt, Coach Freeland, It is beginning to be a tradition at E,H.S, for the cross country squad to have a good year. This year was another successful one, and the members wound up with a trip to the state meet held at Champaign, The team won three dual meets and tied one, They were first in two three-school meets and second in a four-team meet. In the sixteen-team Belleville Invitational, they won the first place trophy. The next day the harriers placed fourth among the twenty-seven teams competing in the Peoria Invitational. Two second places were gained in the Southwestern Conference and the District meets. By virtue of this showing, they were allowed to participate in the state meet where they placed nineteenth. The leading runners were Ron Schmidt, Bob Weise, and Ken Cassens, Next were Alan Vest, Steve Nuernberger, Kenny Wieduwilt, Bill Hyten, and Gary Strader. The last three willbe the letter- men around whom Coach Freeland will build next year's team, PAGE SPONSOR: EDWARDSVILLE AUTO DEALERS ASSN, The students gather outside of the gym to give the team an enthusiastic send-off for their trip to the state meet. Gamely fighting the rain and mud, Ron Schmidt and Bob Weise work to overtake another runner in the Belleville Invitational. The mud is clearly shown on the legs of the boys. PAGE SPONSORS: FLORIST MUTUAL INSURANCE CO, RISSI STUDIO JUNIOR VARSITY CROSS-COUNTRY BACK ROW: B. Ricker, S, Stubbs, B, Kurmann, P. Gross, K, Gregor, K, Dodds, Manager J, Wohlford, MIDDLE ROW: M, Newton, B, Alexander, J, Schrage, G, Winkle R. Woolridge, Coach Freeland, FRONT ROW: S, Fruth, J, Bennette, B, Lucco, G, Koch, J. Krejci. Intelligencer Photo Sporting new uniforms, the team poses shortly before the first match of the season, FIRST ROW: Elmer Lewis, Ray Carter, Roger Buchta, Bob -lson, SECOND ROW: Steve Mihalic, Ed Small, Dale Farrington, Captain-Bob Agles. THIRD Coach Kuethe's wrestling squad again had a winning season. ROW: Charles Killion, Rick Robinson, Norm Schoettle, Terry It finished with a 7-6 loss record on dual meets. It also Johnson, and Coach Kuethe, finished fourth in the Granite City Tournament and second in Intelligencer Photo the District Meet at Granite. Seven wrestlers advanced to the Sectional Tournament: Bob Nelson, Bob Agles, Chuck Killion W le (first place winners); Elmer Lewis, Roger Buchta, Dale 2e0t ng Farrington, and Terry J ison (second place winners), Of these, Bob Agles advanced to the State Meet at Champaign. Norm Schoettle appears to have control of his opponent in a Intelligencer Photo match in the 180-pound division, i ha, “=. 3 = aay - p Seay PAGE SPONSORS: JACK'S PHILLIPS 66 SERVICECO,,INC. KAST'S STANDARD SERVICE STATION L, M. CONOCO MARCELLA'S BEAUTY SHOP DON OHL OFFICE SUPPLIES O.K, TIRE STORE PERSONALITY BEAUTY SHOP " 66 " BOWL Being a good wrestler requires members of the team, WREST LING SQUAD FIRST ROW: Bob Nelson, Ed Small, Dale Farrington, Herman Cruse, Don Clevenger, Ray Carter, Jim Crump, Elmer Lewis, Paul Meyer, SECOND ROW: Jim Turner, Scott Brooks, Bill Knecht, Bob Agles, Stewart Ozier, Steve Mihalic, John Handshy, Roger Buchta, Manager Terry Jones, THIRD ROW: Coach Kuethe, Clyde Terry, Dan Hofeditz, Gary Hollowich, Charles Killion, Rick Robinson, Jerry Roulston, Manager, John Cunningham, FOURTH ROW: Bob Eck, Dave Grinstead, John Hartman, Norm Schoettle, Terry Johnson, Charlie Hall, and Tom Zeisset, muc h hard work, members of the team are perfecting their holds on other Here Intelligencer Photo Intelligencer Photo FIRST ROW: Manager John Cwan, Joe Townsend, Alan Vest, Larry Schaake, Dennis Speckman, Wayne Henderson Manager Denny Caulk. SECOND ROW: Coach Harris, Deitzel, Bob Paproth, Rich Gusewelle, Bob Harris, 30b Hoskins, Jeff Wohlford, Tom Mareing, Coach Hutton, and Dave . ; A i i % é re «= Varsity Basketball G With only lettermen, four returning Coach Harris has done an excellent job producing the year enjoyed by our Tigers. The returning lettermen are: FIRST ROW: Alan Vest, Coach Harris, and Larry SECOND ROW: Rich good Schaake, Bob Paproth Gusewelle, and Intelligencer Photo Typifying their run-and-shoot offense, Larry Schaake, Alan Vest, and Rich Gusewelle are " frozen " while delivering their shots. This offense has produced high scores, interesting games to watch, and, most important, a good record, Formula for Our Success In Basketball Shown flanking the magic number " 20 " are Rich Gusewelle and Coach Harris, The " 20 " represents the number of successful free throws for Rich in the game against Quincy at the Centralia Holiday Tournament. By surpassing the previous record of 19 free throws, Rich established a new record for the 20-year-old tourney, Even with four returning lettermen, this year was predicted as another bad one for the Tigers. Despite the lack of height in the squad, this handicap was over- come by hard work and a devistating offense. The Tigers had an excellent record, once ranking eighth in the state ratings. As of February 23, four of the team's five losses were to teams rated among the top four in the state. The team finished third in the tough Southwestern Conference. Alan Vest was the team's leading scorer with an average of 19.5 points per game, In addition, he was the third leading scorer in the conference, Rich Gusewelle and Bob Paproth were not far behind, averaging 17.0 and 15.2 points per game, respectively. JUNIOR VARSITY SQUAD FIRST ROW: Chuck Fruit, Bill Alexander, Bill Lucco, Bill Michel, Jim Brown, Corky Wahl, SECOND ROW: Kenny Dodds, Rich Noll, George Gau, Dave Deitzel, Dennis Speckman, Curtis Deal, Bernard Williams, THIRD ROW: Manager Mickey Brown, Tom Mareing, Jeff Wohlford, Alan Cooper, Don Spencer, Gary Head, Bob Hoskins, Richard Woolridge, Coach Hutton, DATE OPPONENT Nov. Dec, Dec, Dec, Dec, Dec, Dec, Dec, Jan, Jan, Jan, Jan, Jan, Jan, Jan, Feb, Feb, Feb, Feb, Feb, Feb, 30 Highland 1 Wood River St. Anthony Highland Alton Granite City Peoria Manual Quincy Belleville Collinsville East St. Louis Quincy Roxana Madison Alton Wood River Granite City Belleville Collinsville East St. Louis Litchfield Centralia “1 ll eel el oe Nnwnwe CNnNrFaAtBaNnNnrK ark Ae BO onauwce FoONnNNnNnNrF CY 2s As the team gathers around Coach Harris for last minute in- structions before the start of the game, the cheerleaders try to encourage the fans to cheer the team to victory. GUA Ls Alan Vest shoots his jump shot over the outstretched hand of a Granite City defender. uy smallest man on the floor, Larry S uake is sl n grabbing one of his many re bounds from taller opponents, Also shown wait- ing for the rebound is Tiger center, Bob Harris. PAGE SPONSORS: ANN'S BEAUTY SHOP STAHLY CORTAGE CoO, Bob Paproth is shown going through four Belleville players for a lay-up. Converging for the possible rebound are teammates Larry Schaake and Wayne Henderson, Minnte Clark. Judy Ellsworth places a stole on Judy Ruehrup as Bill Caulk looks on, Page Sponsor: CLOVERLEAF HOME BUILDING AND LOAN ASS'N, Choir president, Gary Nettleton, welcomes new member, Reggie Pearce, Choin-Robing Ceremony On October 25. the robing ceremony of the A Cappella Choir was held, Following the welcome and presentation of stoles to all new members, the choir gave a concert. A re- ception was held afterwards for parents and guests, The Choir, led by Mr. Kessinger, presents a concert for the guests. (photo by Intelligencer) ; + Characters wait for the train to arrive, The old stove in the depot throws out little heat for the stranded travelers, The junior class presented its annual play on November 15, " Off The Track, " a comedy revolving around the actions of travelers stranded in an out-of-the-way train station, brought howls of laughter from the audience, A stolen necklace anda " hidden bomb " added excitement to the play which was directed by Miss Claudean Tuttle, a oe Gary " Pozenby " Gillig " Silas " Smith lugs Janet Witt's baggage into the sta- tion, cases the joint, Gunior Play CAST Silas Dobbins ...... Terry Smith Mr. John Morgan thee ames s « SUF Woou Flickie Nelson ............ Susan Rose Betty Phillips Jackie Winkle Joan Parker Darcy Randall Mrs. Guarino a ee Suzanne Poneta Antonia Guarino , — . Jeanne Gieszelmann Bill Lindsay ............ Dave Hunter My, Ogenr Povenhy ic, «2 suc ce Gary Gillig Willie Woodson ae ee Ken Morgan Evalina Bumpass eee ee Kathy Wells Mrs, Reginald Vandeventer Janet Witt Miss Pidgie McDougal ... Kay Hopkins Prompters . tues - Dan Hellrung Betty Brockmeier Jim Krieger, Cheryl Barnsback, Ronnie Eberhart, and Jane Bunte, Fantasy lu Prost Darcy Randall greets Santa at the door, " Fantasy in Frost, " the annual Christmas Dance, was presented by the Tiger Staff on December 27 in the cafeteria. The students enjoyed dancing to the music of Joe Hlavsa's Orchestra. Entertainment consisted of a pantomime and the singing of Christmas carols led by Mr. Lesley Karen Stahlhut and Darcy Randall serve punch to Dale Bode and a Wayne Peck. Marks, dressed as Santa. tyne Peck Steve Fruth, Jim Bennette, and Wayne Peck participate in the pantomime. Janey Horst Dramatics Club Play Bert Horst Hank — Charles , Martha Horst Cecil sus Beanie , El aine . Lois 3 Carla i Irene - Miss Keith Jack and Nick remove K all in work, obstacles their Jack seems to have problems, On February 13th the Dra- matics Club presented a one act play, " No Time For Skirts, " to the student The plot centered around tomboy Janey's reluctance to be the May Queen, Slapstick appeared with the clum- workmen and the children's attempts to prevent the English Literature teacher from living with them, The play was directed by Miss Alice Crocker, body. sy athy Wells, Tomlyn Tomlyn Karen CAST Carolyn Fiegenbaum Eldon Martin Mike O'Hare Brad Hofeditz - - Kathy Wells Nick Pendergrass . Jack Bettman . Judy Harris - Karen Kesl Kay Hopkins Jean Wopat . dudy Ellsworth Dave Hunter we os “s Kesl, Judy Har Hofeditz bemoan Janey's stubborn streak, va QUEEN CANDIDATES: Diane Appelquist, Barb Ligon, Carolyn Fiegenbaum, ROYAL ESCORT CANDIDATES Bob Nelson, Kent Wildman, Larry Schaake. " Tom Butler " Crocker strolls into the homecoming assembly. Floyd Bullard, Dale Bode, Elra Johnston, Reggie Pearce, and Jim Erb work on the A Cappella Choir float. There is a scramble over the football in a scene from the homecoming skit. Homecoming A colorful parade, followed by a rousing bonfire, started off our Homecoming festivities on Thursday, October 18, After the bonfire a large crowd gathered in the cafeteria for a bean dance. Mr. Day, alias Dr. Casey, got a pie in his face during the Homecoming assembly. Despite Mrs. Crocker's second hour class predictions, we lost our Homecoming game to Alton by the heart- breaking score of 19 to 18, We took pride in the fact that we played a spectacular game. The Homecoming events came to a close with the dance and coronation on Saturday night. Dianne Gunther, the mistress of ceremonies, announced the members of the Homecoming pro- cession. The climax of the evening was the crowning of the new queen, Carolyn Fiegenbaum, The sophomore, junior, and senior maids and escorts were chosen by their respective classmates, while the senior candidates for queen and royal escort were elected by the student body, The student council float, Ruann Freeland, Rusty Freeland, Queen Carolyr Larry Schaake, and Kristy Elam pose for pictures after the crt queen, Queen candidates, Fie Alto the former queens, | ae Homecoming Zueen Carolyn Fiegenbaum Royal Escort Lary Schaake erwa Special Maid DIANE Special Maid BARBARA APPELQUIST LIGON Aomecoming Court Senior Attendants Special Escort KENT Special Escort ROBERT WILDMAN NELSON ROBERT PULLIAM ROBERT PAPROTH - A... Page Sponsor: EDWARDSVILLE NATIONAL BANK AND TRUST CO, CAROL LOEBACH SUE DROEGE JUDY BOLLINGER DENNIS FAGAN or LINDA HANSEN STEPHEN PETERSON Yuuior Attendante Page Sponsor: EICHMANN'S STUDIO JACQUELINE WINKLE ROBERT MICHEL eters S WILLIAM HYTEN MARJORIE MARTIN Sophomore bttendants Page Sponsor: EDWARDSVILLE CREAMERY CO. GARY KOCH PATRICIA STOLZE SHARON NEMNICH THOMAS SCHMID ae aaa Se a a a ee Nina Gardner, Jessie Bickelhaupt. Josephine Hadley, Emma schwarz. anes te Sherman, Mrs. Nina Newlan. Mamie Durer. Kate Evans, Edith Metealfe. halhartne P. Evans Nona Barnsback. Rose Cline, Georgia Stillwell. Birdie Barnsback. Josie Springer, Minnie Greenebers. TEACHERS OF THE HIGH AND PRIMARY SCHOOLS. wks tHdmiucstraters Responsibility for keeping our school in smooth running order is in the hands of Mr, Butler and Mr. Lucco, They perform their duties in a friendly, efficient, and practical manner, They put their practical knowledge to use in dealing with everyday problems which regularly confront them. A conscientious atmosphere surrounds Mr, Butler and Mr. Lucco, and they are always interested in the welfare of their students, Thomas M, Butler: Principal; and Joe E, Lucco: Assistant Principal and Dean of Boys. 43 ot =: a : — Xx ‘ FRONT ROW: Roy Fruit, member; Chester Buchta, member; Albert tendent; Harold Kaiser, member; Robert Schaefer, President pro Cassens, Board President; Paul Heepke, Secretary pro tempore. tempore; John Morrisey, Board Attorney. Not pictured: Herbert BACK ROW: William Dorsey, member; A. Gordon Dodds, Superin- Brockmeier, Board Secretary. Admtutstration We, the students of Edwarsville High School, are grateful to the men of District 7 who serve as members of the Board of Education. We appreciate the fine job these men have done in planning the betterment of our school system, Their problems and responsibilities have been many in managing the biggest business in Edwardsville--the education of the boys and girls, Guidance The Guidance Department is concerned with helping students solve their problems whether they are academic or social. However, the main function of this department is to help the student decide for which career he may be best suited. RONALD HARRIS, Bradley University, B.S, in Education; Sociology, Basketball Coach. - ih = SF ——— GLENN JOHNSON, Southern Illinois University, B.A., M.S. ELSIE J, SLOAN, Eastern Illinois University, B. of Education; Washington University, M.A, in Education; Dean of Girls; English Essentials and Composition, ROBERT PULCHER, Greenville College, B.A. in Education; Southern Illinois University, M.S. in Education; American History. DOLORES DAY TERRY DURHAM Illinois University, -ONNET — DAN 7 x0 Eastern Illinois University Eastern serie ; ‘amacae te ae ae Sod sate al University, B,S., Southern Illinois University, B.S, in B.S. in Education —.” en VEY, : = raeaner now i ico Education University of Illinois, M.S. Bre ae ; p i sbra | in Education Bookkeeping, Clerical Typing, General Business, Business Art, Algebra General Bisinesd Ghomnaid Practice, Record Keeping, Law, Economics, Notehand Typing siti — Cross Country Coach : ANNE GREGOR Illinois State Normal University, B.S., Typing, General Business, Girls' P,E, EUGENE LITTLE ALETHA SMISER University of Tennessee, B.S., Central Missouri State College, B.S, M.S. in Education General Business, Typing Colorado State College M.S, Secretarial Practice, Shorthand wert and Business Education Faculty English ALICE CROCKER LORRAINE ISAACS University of Illinois, A.B. Southern Illinois University JUDITH ANN LEWIS MILDRED MORAN University of Missouri, M.A. B.A, University of Illinois, B.S. University of Illinois, A.B. American Literature, Speech American Literature , English I II English II English IV LEORA THOMPSON Millsaps College, B.S, Special English I, Journalism MARGARETTE WARMBRODT ISABEL WOOD Missouri Valley College, B.M. in University of Illinois A.B, Education, B,S, in Education University of Wisconsin M.A. Missouri University, M.A. American Literature, English English Essentials and Composition Literature C LAUDEAN TUTTLE University of Illinois, A.B., M.A. English II Faculty Foreign Language and Industrial Ante : Dt an MARJORIE BOUCHER GRACE CUNNINGHAM Southern Illinois University, B.S, in University of Illinois, B.A. MALCOLM KOCH DONALD SHERIFF Education University of Colorado, M.A. Bradley Un iversity, B.S. in Greenville College, B.A, Latin II Spanish I II, French IU Education, M.S, in Spanish I Education German II ELIZABETH MILLER Central Missouri State College, B.S, in Education Colorado College of Education, M.A, General Shop, Mechanical Drawing I I, Architectural Drawing J. D. MILLER NORMAN RUESCHER WILLIAM STAIRWALT Central Missouri State College, B.S, University of Illinois, B.S, Western Illinois University, in Education Southern Illinois University, M.S. in B.S, in Education Colorado A, M., M.A, in Education Education Southern Illinois University, Metals I II, General Shop, Tennis General Shop, Electricity I, Wood I M.S, in Education Coach General Shop, Wood I I Faculty Library, Musce, ¥ ' and Mathematics VIVIAN THOMPSON CLEAON ETZKORN Eastern Illinois University, B.S, in Millikin University, B.M.E,, Education M.M.E, JAMES KESSINGER Indiana University, M.S, Instrumental Music Shurtleff College, B.M.E. Librarian Illinois State Normal University, M.S, Vocal Music HELEN GEORGE McMurray College, A.B. Washington University, B.S, Algebra I, Advanced Algebra, Librarian JACK L, ELAM Greenville College, A.B. University of Missouri, M.S, Plane Geometry, Solid Geometry, Trigonometry ROBERT MAY Southern [Illinois University, B.S. Education Algebra, Plane Geometry , d J Mr. Durham, Miss Parkey, and Miss wi Goeddel eating lunch in the school “— — cafeteria. Science, Physical Education, and Aealth GAYLE DAY A.M, GIBSON WILLIAM POWELL Eastern Illinois University, B.S. in Illinois Wesleyan University, McKendree College, B.S, Education - B.S. ; ; University of Illinois, University of Illinois, M.S, in U niv ersity of Michigan, M.S, M.S, in Education Education Biology, Physics Chemistry I, Advanced Biology, Advanced Biology Chemistry Not Pictured: NORMA BECKMAN St. Louis University, B.S, University of Kansas City, M.A. Girls' Health, American History ROBERT REMMERT Southern [Illinois University, B.S., M.S, Chemistry I MELVIN KUETHE a ae Illinois State Normal University, MARILY NN MULLEN B.S. in Education Eastern Illinois University, University of Missouri, ae . M.S, in Education Se ta ee Boys' P.E., Wrestling Coach Sponsor, G.A.A. Director RICHARD HUTTON Eastern Illinois University, B.S, in Education Washington University, M.S. Boys' Health, World Geography, Ass't Basketball Coach, Baseball Coach ESTHER GOEDDEL University of Illinois, B.S., M.A, American History, World History, World Geography LUCY PARKEY Alabama College, B.S, in Homemaking University of Tennessee, M.S. in Homemaking Home Economics II II, Family Living BENNY ISSELHARDT McKendree College, B.S. Washington University, M.S. World Affairs, Government, Education, Football Coach CHESTER SEIBERT University of Illinois, Agriculture Driver ARTHUR APPRILL Southeast Missouri State College, B.S, in Education University of Missouri, M.A. American History, Psychology 1S WALLACE DRAPER Southern Illinois University, B.S, in Education American History, World History PAT PRICE Eastern Illinois University, B.S, American History, Boys' P.E, Driver Education, Ass't Football Coach Social Studies and Vocational Education Mrs. Borgstede, guidance clerk; Mrs, Jones, bookkeeper; Miss Gusewelle, office secretary; Mrs, Firnhaber, registrar. Cafeteria Staff | FRONT ROW: Mrs, Carpenter, Mrs, Neubauer, Mrs, Clark, Mrs, Grosenheider, Mrs, Killion, Mrs, Kirchner, Mrs, Sutherland, BACK ROW; Mr. Jett, Mrs, Van Hooser, Mrs. Paproth, Mrs. Bower, Mrs, Hug. Custodians Mrs, Strasen, Mr, Wiegand, Mr. Holtmann, Mr, Utecht. w BOB AGLES Spanish Club1,2,3,4; Pres- ident 4; Math Club 3; Foot- ball 1,2,3,4; Wrestling 1,2, 3,4; Track 1,2,3,4; Letter- men's Club 4, » rif: ee | £ GLORIA ASHAUER REX ATON Math Club 1,2,3,4; Physical Sci- ence 2,3; Music Listening 1,2,4; Chorus 2; A Cappella Choir 3,4; Band 1,2,3,4; Sight Reading 3,4; All-County 3,4; All-State 4; Madrigals 4. MARY LYNN ALBL Latin Club 1; Chorus 1; Advanced Choir 2; Girls' Choir 3,4; Music Listening 3,4. MARY JO ASHAUER F.T.A. 1,2,3; G.A.A.1,2,3; Girls’ Choir 3; Prom Committee 3; Tiger Staff 3,4; Library 4; Busi- ness Education 4, KATHY BAIRD F,T,.A, 1,2; Latin Club 1; Bio- logical Science 2,3, Treasurer 3; Tiger Times 3,4; Chorus 1, Ad- vanced Choir 2; A Cappella Choir 3,4; Girls' Ensemble 3; G.A.A. 1,2,3; Junior Play 3; Prom Com- mittee 3. DIANE APPELQUIST F.T.A, 2; French Club 2,3,4, Treasurer 4; Girls' Choir 3; A Cappella Choir 4; Prom Com- mittee 3; Homecoming Court 3,4; G.A,A. 1,2,3,4, Board Member 4; Varsity Cheerleader 3,4; Band 2,3; Physical Science 3; Bio- logical Science 4, Seucore JAMES ASKINS Westwood High School 1; Stickting International School of the Hague 2; Prom Committee 3; Math Club 3,4, Spanish Club 3; Physical Science 4, CAROL BARR F,T.A. 1,2; Social Studies Club 3,4; French Club 1,2; G.A.A. 1,2; Music Listen- ing 3; Prom Committee 3; Biological Science 4; Music Listening 3; Band 1,2,3,4, Band Board 4, JANET BARTELS F.H.A, 1,2,3,4, Secretary 4; Cho- rus 1,2; Office Girl 4; Cafeteria Helper 3,4. if'o . 5 VIRGINIA BECKMANN JUNE BENDER F.H.A. 1,2,3,4; G.A.A, 1. F.H.A, 1; Chorus 1; Ad- vanced Choir 2; A Cappella Choir 3,4; Madrigal Singers 4; Prom Commit- tee 3; F.T.A. 4. ERROL BERLEMAN Basketball 1; Baseball 1, JUDI K, BESS JOHN BETTMAN G.A.A, 1,2,3,4; Library 3; Music Latin Club 1; Spanish Club 2,3, Listening 2; Chorus 2; Girls' Vice President 3; Social Studies Choir 3,4; Prom Committee 3; Club 2,3,4, President 4; Dra- Business Education 4; Vice matics 4; Dramatics Club Play President, 4; Chorus 1; Advanced Choir 2; A Cappella Choir 3,4; Operetta Cast 3,4; Spanish Award 3, BRENDA BICKELL ‘ MARY ANN BODA Chorus 1,2; Girls' Choir Library Club 2; Music Listening 3; Music Listening 1,2. t. J] » i - : . 7 DALE BODE Latin Club 1; Chorus 1; Advanced - Choir 2; A Cappella Choir 3,4; Operetta Cast 4; Homecoming Vocalist 4; Junior Quartet 3; a : Senior Quartet 4; Music Listen- ing 2,3,4, Vice President 4; Band 1,2,3,4; All-County 3; Sight Read- WW a SHARON BOND F.T.A. 1,2,3; G.A.A. 1,2,3; Bio- logical Science 4; Prom Com- mittee 3; Library Club 2, BARBARA BOLAND HOMER BOLLMAN 3.A.A. 1; Spanish Club 1,2, Audio-Visual Aids 3,4. 3,4. JIM BRADDY Spanish Club 1; Social Studies Club 1,2,3,4; Audio-Visual Aids 3; Track 2,4; Cafeteria Helpers 1,2,3,4. Wipe rants dd SHIRLEY BOTHMAN BETTY BOYD F.T.A. 1,2,3, Vice Presi- Chorus 1; Advanced Choir 2; dent 2; President 3; Lati F.N.A. 4; A Cappella Choir 3,4. Club 1; G.A.A, 1,2,3; dent Council 1,2,3,4; Prom Committee 3; Math Team 2; Homecoming Court 3, ROGER BUCHTA EDWARD BROWN Wrestling 3,4. LEROY BRASE F.F.A. 1,2,3,4; Treasurer 4; Band 1,2,3,4. GERALDINE BURGETT Prom Committee 3; Cafeteria Helper 3,4. 5 ecacord RICHARD CARTER Bellaire High School, Houston, Texas; Lettermen's Club 4; Spanish Club 4; Football 4. DENNY CAULK Chorus 1; Advanced Choir 2, Vice President; A Cappella Choir 3; Audio- Visual Aids; Lettermen's Club 1,2,3,4, Treasurer 4; Student Council 1,2,3,4; Homecoming Court 2; Bas- ketball Manager 1,2,3,4; Track 2,3. RONNIE BURIAN Hot Rod Club 3,4; Treasurer 3. C LIFTON CARPENTER Cross Country 1; Basket- ball 1,2,3; Track 1,2,3. ROGER CATES Basketball 1,2, Football 1; Cross Country 2; Base- ball 1,3; Hot Rod 3,4. KENNY CASSENS Lettermen's Club 1,2,3,4; Cross Country 1,2,4; Track 1. WILLIAM CAULK Chorus 1; Advanced Choir 2; A Cappella Choir 3,4; Physical Sci- ence Club 3,4, President 4; Audio-Visual Aids 1,2,3; Prom Committee 3; Madrigals 3; Tiger Staff 3. RITA CERNY Chorus 1,2; Music Listening 1,2, 3,4, Secretary 2; Chorus 1,2; Prom Committee 3; Jr. Play Committee 3; Girls' Choir 3,4; F.N.A. 4; G.A.A. 4; Tiger Staff 4, BILL CERNY Lettermen's Club 2,3,4; Prom Committee 3; Foot- ball 2,3,4; Baseball 1, MIKE CLARKIN Spanish Club 2; Audio-Vis- ual Aids 3; Hot Rod 3,4; Football 2; Track 1, PHYLLIS COOPER F.H.A, 1,2,3,4, Treasurer 3; Chorus 1,2, DAVE CHAMPION Technician's Club 2,3,4, Secre- tary 4; Photography Club 1; Foot- ball 1,2,3. JANICE CLEVENGER Chorus 1, Advanced Choir 2; Girls' Choir 3,4; Music Listen- ing 1, RONALD CHLIBEC Seniors CAROLYN CONSIDINE French Club 1,2; Office Girl 2; Girls' Choir 3,4; Chorus 1, PAGE SPONSORS: RUSTY'S BAR AND RESTAURANT FIRST FEDERAL AND SAVINGS AND LOAN ASS'N, OF EDWARDSVILLE JOHN CWAN Latin Club 1; Biological Science 2; Physical Sci- ence 3,4; Prom Committee 3; Tiger Staff 3,4, Assist- ant Editor 3, Editor 4; Junior Play 3; Math Team SHARON CULBERTSON 3,4; Latin Team 1; Bas- Prom Committee 3. ketball Manager 3,4, 4 4 4 alae ; ¥ CARMEN DEIST F.N.A,. 1; F.T.A,1,2; Social Stud- ies Club 4; Spanish Club 2,3; Latin Club 1,2; Prom Committee 8; Girls' Dean's Office Girl 4; Junior Play Committee 3; Busi- ness Education Club 4, ARLENE DINWIDDIE F.H.A. 1,2,3,4; Finance Chair- man 3, Public Relations 4; Prom Committee 3, PAGE SPONSOR: EDWARDSVILLE BARGAIN CENTER JOHN DUTTON Chorus 1; Advanced Choir 2; A Cappella Choir 3,4; French Club 1; Technician's Club 1,2,4; Audio-Visual Aids 1,2,3,4; Cafeteria Helpers 2,3. TOM DETIENNE NANCY DRDA F.T.A. 2; brary 3; Chorus 1, NANCY EILERS F,T.A. 2,3,4; Latin Club 1; G,A, A. 1,2,3,4; Chorus 1; Advanced Choir 2; A Cappella Choir 3,4; Prom Committee 3; Junior En- semble All-District Choir. Photography 1,2; Li- JANET DETTMER Spanish Club 2,3; G.A.A.1, 2,3,4, Historian 4; Music Listening 1; Chorus 1; Ad- vanced Choir 2; Girls' Choir 3,4; Prom Commit- tee 3; Business Education Club 4, SUSIE DROEGE Spanish Club 2,3, President 3; G.A.A. 1,3,4; Varsity Cheerleader 2,3,4; Student Council 1; Girls' Choir 3 Treasurer; Chorus 1; Ad- vanced Choir 2; Class Treasurer 3; Prom Com- mittee 3; Homecoming Court 2,4; Business Edu- cation Club 4, President, JUDY ELLSWORTH Highland High School 1; F.T.A, 2; Advanced Choir 2; Music Lis- tening 2; Dramatics Club 3,4, President; G.A.A, 2,3,4, Treas- urer 4; Office Girl 4; A Cappella Choir 3,4, Secretary 4; Junior Girls' Ensemble; Senior Girls' Sextet; Dramatics Club Play 4; Operetta Cast 4, JAMES ERB Spanish Club 1,2,3, Treasurer 3; Advanced Choir 2; A Cappella Choir 3,4; Prom Committee 3; Cafeteria Helper 2. SHARON ENGELKE DENNIS ERB Chorus 1; Advanced Choir 2; Girls' Choir 3,4. Sentore JOHN FELDMAN F.F.A, 1; Spanish Club 2; Basket- ball 1; Hot Rod 3,4, Vice Presi- dent 4, PAGE SPONSOR: MODERN LIVING RADI-HEAT CO, LEILANA ETZKORN DALE FARRINGTON Chorus 1; Advanced Choir Chorus 1; Advanced Choir 2; A 2; A Cappella Choir 3,4; Cappella Choir 3,4; Latin Club 1; Junior Girls' Ensemble; Football 1; Band 1,2,3,4; Tennis Senior Girls' Sextet; Op- 2; Physical Science Club 3; Bio- eretta Cast 4; Band 1,2, logical Science Club 4, Vice- DONNA FIELDS PAM FINNEY 3,4; Band Board 3,4; Ma- President; Wrestling 2,3,4. Spanish Club 1,2; Chorus 1; Ad- F.T.A. 2,4, President 4; jorette 1,2,3,4; Sight Read- vanced Choir 2; ACappella Choir Spanish Club 2; G.A.A.1,2, ing 1,2,3,4; All-County 1,2, 3,4; Music Listening 3,4; Prom 3; Library 1,3; Junior Play 3,4; Homecoming Vocalist Committee 3; Madrigals 3,4. Committee 3; Prom Com- 4; Music Listening 1,2,3,4; mittee 3; Student Council F.H.A, 2; Tiger Staff 3; 2,3,4 Prom Committee 3, CAROLYN FIEGENBAUM Latin Club 1, Treasurer; G.A.A. 1,2,3,4; Library 3; Office Girl 3,4; Tiger Staff 3; Junior Play 3; Prom Committee 3; F.N.A. 4; F.T.A. 2; Homecoming Court 1, 4, Homecoming Queen 4; Vice President of Senior Class, JOE FLYNN Football 1,2; Tennis 2. RUTH FRANKE Office Girl 3,4; Music Listening 1,2; Girls' Choir 3; Freshman Girls' Chorus 1; Sophomore Ad- vanced Choir 2, BARBARA GENGLER Spanish Club 1,2; Secretary 2; Physical Science 3,4; Art Club 1,2,3,4; G.A.A. 1,2; Chorus 1; Sophomore Advanced Choir 2; A Cap- pella Choir 3,4; Operetta Chorus 3,4; Prom Commit- tee 3, GEORGE GOING Math Club 1,2,3,4; Vice President 4; Biological Science 2; Physical Science 4; Band 1,2,3,4; Band Board 3,4; All-County Band 3,4; All-County Sight Reading Clinic 4; A Cappella Choir 3,4; Vice President 4; Prom Committee 3; National Merit Scholarship Semi- finalist 4; Tennis 1,2; Wrestling GLORIA JEAN FOSTER F.H.A. 1,2,3; Music Listening 3; Girls' Choir 3,4; Chorus 1; Soph- omore Advanced Choir 2, MIKE GALLAGHER Technicians' Club 1,2,3,4; Presi- dent 4; Junior Play Committee 3. CAROLYN FRANKE Library Club 2; Music Listening 1,2,3,4; Chorus 1; Sophomore Advanced Choir 2; A Cappella Choir 3,4; Madrigals 4; Prom Committee 3; Operetta Chorus 3,4; Business Edu- cation Club 4; Office Girl 3,4. KENNETH GARWOOD Basketball 3; Tennis 2, BARB GREMER F.H.A, 1,4; Office Girl 4; Chorus 1,2; Prom Committee 3. RICHARD GUSEWELLE Lettermen's Club 2; Cross Coun- try 3; Basketball 4; Baseball 3,4, DIANNE GUNTHER CAROL GUSSEWELLE Math Club 4; Latin Club 1; Spanish Club 2; Music Listening Physical Science 3,4, Sec- 1,2; Prom Committee 3, retary 4; G.A.A. 1,2,3,4; Photography ; Cheer- leader 3,4, Varsity; Stu- dent Council 4; Girls' Choir S ‘ 3,4, President 4;Chorus 1; CHCON Junior Play Cast 3; Prom Committee 3; Sophomore Advanced Choir 2, JUDY LEE HARRIS F,T.A, 2; LatinClub 1; Dramatics 4; Social Studies Club 3,4, Sec- retary 4; Tiger Staff 3,4; Music Listening 2,3; Chorus 1; Ad- vanced Choir 2; President; A Cappella Choir 4; Madrigals 4; Junior Play 3; Prom Committee 3; Band 1,2,3,4, Treasurer 4; Band Board 4; All-County 2,3,4; Sight Reading 3,4; Dramatics Club Play 4, RONALD GUSEWELLE BARBARA HALE F.F.A. 1,2,3,4, Officer 4; F.N.A, 4; Chorus 2, Wrestling 1,2,3, RICHARD HELM Math Club 2,3,4, President 4; Latin Club 1; Physical Science 4; Student Council 1,2,3,4, Vice President 4; Band 1,2,3,4; U.S.A, High JACK HARTZEL School Band 3; All-County Social Studies 2,3,4, Vice Presi- Band 1,2,3,4; Sight Reading dent 4; Audio-Visual Aids 2; Clinic 1,2,3; Math Team 1, Football 1,2; Baseball 2,3, 2,3,4; Tennis 1,2,3,4, VICKI HARTLEY — G.A.A, 1,2,3,4, , o or | »f | F LOYD HENKE FFA 4, Sentinel 4, BOB HILDENSTEIN Technicians' Club 2,3,4; Social Studies Club 4; Spanish Club 2,3, 4; Biological Science 4; Audio- Visual Aids 2,3; Football 2. WAYNE HORTON Hot Rod Club 4, PAT HUBBARD Music Listening 3,4; Chorus 1,2; Girls' Choir 3,4. wie os Pll, v r bis f MARY JO HENRY Social Studies Club 4; Latin Club 1; Music Listening 2; Prom Com- mittee 3, BRAD HOFEDITZ Math Club 1,2,3; Social Studies Club 4; Dramatics 4; Photography 3,4; Vice President 4; Tiger Staff 3,4; Music Listening 2; Band 1,2,3,4; Boys' Choir 1; Sopho- more Advanced Choir 2; A Cappella Choir 3,4; Junior Play 3; Dramatics Club Play 4; All- County Band 3,4; Operetta 3,4, Prom Committee 3; Band Soloist KENNY HEUER FFA 1,2,3,4. TOM HOOVER Latin Club 1; Social Studies Club 1,2,3,4, Vice-Presi- dent 2, President 3; Band 1,2,3,4; All-County Band 3,4; All-County Sight Read- ing Band 3,4; All-District Band 4; Prom Committee 3; State Latin Contest 1; National Merit Finalist 4; Yearbook Staff 3,4. DAVID HUCK Latin Club 1; Chorus 3, MAXINE ISENBERG F.N.A, 1,2,3,4; French Club 1; Office Girl 3,4; Music Listening 4; Girls' Choir 3,4. RICHARD HUNTER KAY HYTEN F. T. A. 4, Secretary; F.T.A. 1,2; French Club 1,2,3,4; O'Fallon High School 1, Biological Science 4; G.A.A, 1,2, 3,4. Secutore STEPHEN JEGEL Technicians’ Club 1,2,3; Social Studies Club 3,4; Latin Club 1; Photography Club 3; Band 1,2, 3,4; All-County Band 3,4; Sight Reading Clinic 3; A Cappella Choir 3,4; Sophomore Advanced Choir 2; Prom Committee 3; Operetta 3; Football 1; Basket- ball 1; Tennis 1,2, ial ‘3 ee Le moe ‘ ‘ %) CAROL ISSELHARDT THALIA JASON F.H.A. 4; Art Club 4; G.A. F.H.A, 1,2,3; G.A.A.1,2,3; Girls' A. 3,4; Photography Club Choir 3,4; Chorus 1,2. 1,2; Band 2; Girls' Choir 3; Chorus 1,2. GLENN JENNE Math Club 2,3,4; French Club1,2, Vice Pres, 2; Music Listening 3,4; Band 1,2,3,4, Vice Pres. 4; All-County 1,2,3,4; Sight Reading CLINTON JENNINGS 2,3,4; A Cappella Choir 3,4; Cho- Hot Rod Club 3. rus 2; Basketball 1; Baseball 1, 2; Band Board 4, FRANCES JENKINS F.N.A, 4; Girls' Choir 4; Chorus 1,2,3; Cafeteria Helper 3,4, STEPHANIE JOHNSON Girls' Choir 3,4; Prom Com- mittee 3. BOB KAPPLER PAT KIBIKAS F.T.A. 1,2; G.A.A. 1,2,3,4; Library 2,3,4, Vice Presi- dent 4; Prom Committee 3. — ROGER KOCH Hot Rod Club 3,4, President 3,4; Football 1; Wrestling 1,3,4. ELRA JOHNSTON F.N.A, 2,3,4, Treasurer 4; Tiger Staff 2,3,4; A Cappella Choir 3,4; Sophomore Adv. 2; Junior Play 3; Prom Committee 3; Madrigals 3; East St. Louis 1. KAREN KESL F.T.A. 2; Latin Club 1; Drama- tics Club 4; Music Listening Club 1,2,3; Band 1,2,3,4; All-County 1,2,3; Sight Reading Clinic 2; A Cappella Choir 3,4; Chorus 1; Advanced Choir 2; Jr, Ensemble 3; Sr. Sextet 4; Dramatics Club Play 4; Operetta Cast 4, PATRICIA JONES .T.A,. 1,2,3; Social Studies 1; Music Listening 2,3,4; Band 1,2,3,4; Band Board 4; Majorettes 2,3,4;A Cappella Choir 3,4; Chorus 1; Prom Committee 3; Adv. Choir 2. DONNA KESSINGER G.A.A. 1,2,3,4; Photogra- phy 1; Library 3; Music Listening 1,2; Chorus 1,2; Prom Committee 3; Busi- ness Education 4. GARY KOTVA Letterman's Club 3,4; Biological Science 2,3, Secretary 3; Foot- ball 1,2,3,4; Baseball 1,2,3,4; Prom Committee 3. CANDY LADD F,T.A, 3; LatinClub1: Biological Science 4; G.A.A, 1,2,3; Music Listening Club 3; Student Council 3,4; Chorus 1,2; Class Officer 3, Secretary, KAY KRIEGER CAROLYN KUETHE G.A.A, 1,2,3,4; Music Lis- G.A.A, 1,2,3,4; Prom Committee tening Club 1,2,3,4; Girls’ 3; Business Education Club 4; Choir 3,4; Chorus 1; Soph- Cafeteria Helper 2,3,4, omore Advanced Choir 2, JANE LINEMANN Girls' Choir 4, Chorus 3, MARY LOUISE LADD GARY LEVI St. Paul High School, Art Club Highland, Illinois 1,2; Bus- iness Education 4, CAROL JEAN LOEBACH F,.T.A, 2,3; French Club 1,2,3,4; Secretary 4; Phys- ical Science 3; Biological JAMES LINKSVAYER Science 2; Student Council Technicians' Club 3; Social Stud- 1; Prom Committee 3, ies Club 4; Biological Science Homecoming Court 2,4; 1,2; Audio-Visual Aids 3,4: Cho- Class Secretary 1,2; G.A, rus 1,2; Cross Country 1; Foot- A. 1,2,3,4; Cheerleader, ball 3; Basketball 1,2,3; Base- Junior Varsity 2, Varsity ball 1,2, 3,4. BARBARA LIGON Math Club 4; Latin Club 1; Bio- logical Science 2; Physical Sci- ence 3,4; G.A.A. 1,2,3; Cheer- leader, Junior Varsity 2, Varsity 3,4; Student Council 2,3; Girls! Choir 3; Chorus 1,2, Secretary 2; Prom Committee 3; Home- coming Court 1,4; Junior Class Officer, Vice President, DAN MAGRUDER DICK MARTI ELDON MARTIN Social Studies Club 4; Latin Club F,T.A, 1,2; Math Club 3,4; 1; Biological Science 3; Physical Social Studies Club 1; Dra- Science 4; Chorus 1; Football 1 matics Club 3,4; Band 1,2, Golf 3,4. 3; Chorus 1, Advanced Choir 2; A Cappella Choir Prom Committee 3; Senc Cacerd Dramatics Club Play 4. NANCY MARTIN Art 1,2,3,4, Secretary 4; Chorus 1; Soph, Advanced Choir 2; A Cappella Choir 3,4; Prom Com- mittee 3, Music Listening 1,2,3,4, . Ps Pe . KATHY McKEE F.T.A, 2; Math Club 3,4; Spanish Club 1; Physical Science 3; G.A.A. 1,2,3; Photography Club 1; A Cappella Choir 3,4; Chorus 1; Advanced Choir 2; Junior SUSIE McLEAN MELODY MEISTER Girls’ Ensemble 3; Senior G.A.A, 1,2,3,4; Music Lis- Office Girl 4; Music Listening Girls’ Sextet 4, tening 2,3,4; Girls' Choir 3,4; A Cappella Choir 3,4; Ad- : 3,4; Chorus 1,2; Prom vanced Choir 2; Operetta Chorus PY} PATRICIA MAYNARD F.N.A. 1; Dramatics Club4;G.A. A. 1; Photography 1,2; Band 1; 4 Cappella Choir 3,4; Chorus 1; Advanced Choir 2, Committee 3. 3. CONNY MENONI G.A.A, 1,2,3,4; Library 3; Music Listening 2; Girls' Choir 3,4, Chorus 2; Prom Committee 3; Business Ed- ucation Club 4. TERRY MEYER Golf 3,4. WAYNE METZGER MELODY MEYER F.H.A, 1,2,3,4, Treasurer 4; Girls' Chorus 1; Soph, Advanced Choir 2; Girls' Choir 3,4, Seutore DENAIRE MODINE F.T.A, 2,3, Treasurer 3; French Club 2,3,4, Treasurer 4; Bio- logical Science 4; G.A.A, 2,3,4; Girls' Choir 2, Prom Committee 3; Class Secretary 4, STEVE MIHALIC SHARON MILLER Lettermen's Club 3,4; Art ETA, 22,53; GAA. 123% Club 1,2; Wrestling 1,2,3, Tiger Staff 4; Junior Play Com- 4; Tennis 1,2,3,4; Office mittee 3; Prom Committee 3; Boy 4. Social Studies Club 4; Home- coming Court 3. JUDY MORY BOB NELSON G.A.A,. 1; Soph, Advanced Choir Lettermen's Club 4; Home- 2; Chorus 1; Girls' Choir 3; coming Court 3,4; Football Dean Assistant 4. 1,2,3; Wrestling 1,2,3,4; Track 1,2,3,4. GLENN MOODY Hot Rod Club 3,4. of i s GARY NETTLETON East Alton-Wood River High School 1; Mt. Vernon High School 2; Prom Committee 3; A Cappella Choir 3,4, President 4; Operetta 3,4; Social Studies Club 3,4; Mu- sic Listening 3,4; Band 3,4, Seucore CAROLYN NUNNALLY F.T.A. 2; Math Club 3,4; Latin Club 1; Dramatics Club 3,4, Sec- retary 4; G,A.A, 1,2,3,4, Presi- dent 4; Tiger Times 4; Music Listening 2; Girls' Choir 3,4; Chorus 1; Soph, Advanced Choir 2; Junior Play Committee 3; Prom Committee 3. MICHAEL O'HARE F.T.A. 2; Social Studies Club 3,4; Latin Club 1; Dra- matics 4; Tiger Staff 3,4; Music Listening 2,3; Band 1,2,3,4; Junior Play 3, Prom Committee 3; Dra- matics Club Play 4, DARRELL PAPE JACK NORTHDURFT Technicians' Club 3; Spanish Club 9 RICK O'CONNOR F.T.A. 4; Hot Rod Club 3,4, Treasurer 4; Music Listening 3; Prom Committee 3; Track 1, STEVE NUERNBERGER Lettermen's ‘Club 2,3,4 Latin Club 1; Biological Science 4; Music Listen- ing 3; Student Council 1,2, 3, Band 1; Chorus 1,2; A Cappella Choir 3,4; Op- eretta Cast 3; Homecoming Court 2; Math Team 2,3,4; Cross Country 1,2,4; Bas- ketball 1,2,3. F g 4; KAY O'DELL F.N.A, 3; Spanish Club 2; G.A.A, 3; Photography 1,2, Secretary 2; Library 3,4; Chorus 1,2,3; Prom Com- mittee 3; Business Edu- cation Club 4, SHARON PAPE F.N.A. 1,4; F.T.A, 2,3; Latin Club 1; Biological Science 4; 4 Cappella Choir 3,4; Chorus 1; Prom Committee 3; Advanced Choir 2; Madrigals 3,4; Junior Play Committee 3, ROBERT PAPROTH Basketball 1,2,3,4; Base- ball 1,2,3,4; Math Team 1,2,3; Homecoming Court 3,4; Prom Committee 3; Student Council 4; Letter- men's Club 2,3,4; Senior Class President, NICK PENDERGRASS Radford High, Radford, Va. 1,2,3; Lettermen's Club 4; Dramatics Club 4; Football 4; Dramatics Club Play 4; A Cappella Choir 4, PATRICIA PONETA F.T.A. 1,2; Music Listening 2,3, 4; Girls' Choir 3,4, Vice-Presi- dent 4; Chorus 1; Prom Commit- tee 3; Advanced Choir 2; Junior Play Committee 3, PATRICIA PARKER Music Listening Club 1,2,3,4; Band 1,2,3,4; A Cappella Choir 3,4; Chorus 1; Advanced Choir 2; Band Staff 3,4; All-County Band 3,4. BARBARA PERRY F.T.A. 2; Latin Club 1; Office Girl 4; Music Listening 2,3; A Cappella Choir 3,4; Chorus 1; Advanced Choir 2; Madrigal Singer, Operetta Cast 4, EVERETTE POLK Jefferson High School, Lafayette, Indiana; Track 3, SANDRA POWELL F.N.A. 1; Music Listening 2,3,4; Girls' Choir 2; Chorus 1; Ad- vanced Choir 2. WAYNE PECK Social Studies Club 2,3,4; Music Listening 3,4; A Cappella Choir 3,4; Chorus 1; District Choir 4; Soph, Advanced Choir 2; Operetta Cast 4; Prom Committee 3, Seucors LONNY PRIMAS F.F.A. 1,2. JERRY PROTT ROBERT PULLIAM CHARLES QUADE Football 1; Cross Country 2,3; St. Paul's High School, Basketball 1,2,3; F.T.A, 4, Vice- Highland 1,2. President 4; Lettermen's Club 3,4; Homecoming Court 2,4. Sentore KENNETH RATZLAFF RICHARD ROBINSON ROBERT ROHRKASTE Audio-Visual Aids 2,3,4; Art Club Technicians' Club 1,2,3; 3,4, Vice-President 4; A Cappella Cafeteria Help 1,2, Choir 3,4; Boys' Chorus 1; Prom Committee 3; Football 1,2; Wres- tling 1,2,3,4; Track 2; Soph, Ad- vanced Choir 2; Madrigals 3. TOBY SCARBOROUGH Chorus 1; Advanced Choir 2; A JENNIFER RUHL Cappella Choir 3,4; Madrigals 4; Prom Committee 3; Math F.N.A, 1,2; F.H.A. 1,2,3,4, Vice- Team 2, President 4; Prom Committee 3, LARRY SCHAAKE Lettermen's Club 2,3,4, Presi- dent 4; A Cappella Choir 3,4; Chorus 1,2; Junior Play 3; Prom Committee 3; Homecoming Court 1,4, Royal Escort 4; Football 1,2,3,4, Captain 4; Basketball 1, 2,3,4; Baseball 1,2,3,4. M YRON SCHAAKE F.H.A. 1,2,3,4, Secretary a RON SCHMIDT French Club 1,2; Cross Country 3,4; Football 1,2; Track 3,4; Baseball 1,2. TONY SHIMUNEK CAROLYN SCHAEFER F.T.A, 1,2,3; French Club 1,2, 3,4; G.A.A,. 1,2,3; Tiger Staff 3,4; Student Council 1,2,3; Junior Play 3; Prom Committee 3; Math Team 1,3,4; Junior Play Committee 3. f SANDRA SCHMIDT F.T.A, 1; Library 2,3,4; Junior Play Committee 3; Prom Com- mittee 3, KATHERINE SHINDEL F,.T.A, 1,2; Math Club 4; Music Listening 2,3,4; Band 1,2,3,4; Sight Reading 1,4; All-County Band 2,3; A Cappella Choir 3,4; Soph, Advanced 2; All-County Chorus 1; Librarian 2,3,4. PAUL SCHMIDT F.F.A. 1,2,3,4, Reporter 3, Vice- President 4; Wrestling 2,3,4. Seuconre SHARON SEIBERT F.T.A. 1,2; G.A.A, 1; Office Girl 4; Music Listening 3,4; Band 1,2; A Cappella Choir 3,4; Prom Com- mittee 3. MARY SIDO Latin Club 1; Music Lis- tening 3,4; Girls' Choir 3,4; Chorus 1,2, RICHARD SLEMER Seucore JOYCE STEGALL F.N.A, 1,2,3,4, President 4; Dra- matics Club 4; Junior Play 3; Prom Committee 3. PAGE SPONSORS: MICHEL'S TIRE AND BATTERY CO,, INC, PEOPLE'S SAVING AND LOAN ASS'N, FLOYD SPENGEL AND SON SOUTHWICK'S ROMAN STOLCIS Football 1,2,3,4; Track 2,3. JUDITH STILLE SHARON SMALLIE A Cappella Choir 4; Girls' Choir 3; Granite City High 1,2. MARY STEINMEYER F .H.A, 1, KAREN STAHLHUT F.T.A. 2; Latin Club G.A.A,. 1,2; Office Girl 3, 4; Tiger Staff4; Music Lis- tening 3,4; Junior Play Committee 3; Prom Com- 4s MARY ELLEN STEPHENSON F.H.A. 1,2,3, Vice Presi- dent 3, President 4; G.A, A. 3,4; Band 1,2,3,4; Girls' Choir 3,4; Chorus 1,2; Prom Committee 3; Office Girl 4. JEAN STOLZE Latin Club 1, Biological Science 2; Physical Science 4; G.A.A. 1, 2,3; Tiger Times 3,4; Student Council 1,2,3,4,Secretary 4; Jun- ior Play Committee 3; Home- coming Court 2; Prom Committee 3. CAROL STRADER G.A.A, 3,4; Music Listen- ing 1,2,3; Girls' Choir 3; Chorus 1,2. LANNY SUMNER Social Studies Club 3,4; Latin Club 1; Music Lis- tening 3,4; A Cappella Choir 3,4; Chorus 1,2. JAY THATCHER Physical Science 4; Music Lis- tening 3,4, Secretary 4; Band 1, 2,3; A Cappella Choir 3,4; Chorus 1; Soph. Advanced 2; Tiger Staff 3; Cross Country 1; Football 2; Baseball 1,2,3. ANNEDITH STRANGE F.H.A. 1,2,3,4, Degrees Chair- man 4; Social Studies Club 2,3,4; Band 1,2,3,4; Girls' Choir 3,4; Chorus 2, BERNADINE SVOBODA F.N.A. 1,2; F.T.A, 4; Latin Club 1; G.A.A,. 2,3,4; Office Girl 3; Music Listening 1,3; Chorus 1; Prom Committee 3, - . SS A ' MARY ANN TOMLINSON SKIP STUBBS Lettermen's Club 3,4; Biological Science 4; Music Listening 3; A Cappella Choir 3,4; Sophomore Advanced 2; Prom Committee 3; Homecoming Court 3; Cross Country 1,2,3,4; Boys' Choir 2; Basketball 1,2,3; Track 1. DON SVOBODA Hot Rod Club 3,4, Secretary 4; Baseball 3. PAGE SPONSORS: HOME NURSERY GREENHOUSES, INC, HELPEE SELFEE COIN LAUNDRY MOORE AND STORK CLEANERS AND FURRIERS MADISON COUNTY TRACTOR AND EQUIPMENT CO, SHAREN TRABAND Spanish Club 2; Dramatics 4; G.A.A. 2,3,4; Tiger Times 3; Music Listening 1,2,3; A Cappella Choir 4; Girls' Choir 3; Chorus 1,2. JOHN TRENT Technicians' Club 1,2; Hot Rod Club 3. SHIRLEY TURNER NADINE UNGER F.H.A. 4; Art 4; G.A.A. 2; Music Business Education Club 4. Listening 1,2; Girls' Choir 3,4; Chorus 1,2; Prom Comittee 3, Seucore KENNY VANEK Biological Science 2; Photogra- phy 4; Baseball 4, ALAN VEST DARLENE VIETH Letterman's Club 2,3,4; Student Music Listening 1,2; Girls’ Council 4; Cross Country 1,2,3, Choir 3; Chorus 1,2. 4; Basketball 1,2,3,4 Baseball 9250 5% MIKE WAHI Letterman's Club 2,3,4, Secretary 4; Prom Committee 3; WALTER VOLENTINE Football 1,2,3,4, Co-Captain 4; Hot Rod Club 2, Sergeant- Baseball 1,2,3,4; Senior Class at-Arms, Treasurer, - MARGIE WATSON - Social Studies Club 2; Spanish 7 Club 1; Tiger Times 3,4; Prom 6 Committee 3. “ew KATHY WEBER F.N.A, 3,4, Publicity Chairman; F.T.A, 1,2; G, A.A. 1,2,3,4; Music Lis- tening 3; Chorus 1,2; Prom Committee 3, DON WEISHAUPT Baseball 4. JOYCE WESTBROOK Latin Club 1; Vice-President 4; mittee 3; Business Club 4; Secretary. Prom G.A.A. 1,2,3,4, Education CAROLE WEHMEYER Spanish Club 2; G.A.A, 1; ng 1 Listen BOB WEISE Letterman's Club 3; Cross Country Basebal Basketball 1,2,3 Track 4, Club 2,3,4; l, ] Prom Committee Latin 3,4; l Music KAREN WHATLEY French Club 1,2; Art Club 2,3,4, Secretary 2, Treasurer 3, Presi- dent 4; Dramatics Club 3,4; G.A, A, 3; Tiger Staff 4; Junior Play Committee 3; Prom Committee 3. MINA LOI Art 2,3,4 WEHLING Dramatic: appella Choir 3,4; C JAMES WERNER 3and 1,2,3,4, President 4: Band Staff 3,4; All-County Sight Read- ing 4; All-County Festival 2; Cafeteria Help 3. MARY JANE WIECHMAN F.T.A. 2; Latin Club 1; G.A.A, 1; Music Listening 2,3,4; Girls' Choir 3,4, Secretary 4; Soph, Ad- vanced Choir 2; Junior Play 3; Prom Committee 3; Cho- rus l, KAY WIEDUWILT F.T.A. 1,2; French Club 1,2,3,4, Secretary 2, President 4; G.A.A. 1,2,3,4; Library 2,3,4, Secretary 3, President 4; Tiger Staff 4. BOB WILCOX KENT WILDMAN Football 1,2; Wrestling 2; Base- Lettermen's Club 2,3,4, ball 1,2. Vice-President; Latin Club l Music Listening 1,2, 3 Student Council 1,2,3,4, i Ss ° Treasurer 3, President Cacard 4 Cappella Choir 3,4; Jun- ior Play 3; Homecoming Court 1,4; Football 1,2,3,4; Basketball 1; Track 1,2,3. ALVIN WILKENING F.F.A. 1,2,3,4, Treasurer 3, President 4; Physical Science 4; Wrestling 4, PAGE SPONSOR: LSM BUILDERS, INC. INA WILKENING DONNA YATES F.T.A. 1,2; G.A.A. 1; Li- brary Club 3,4, Vice-Pres- ident 4; Tiger Times 3,4 Junior Play Committee 3 Prom Committee 3. CHERYL WROTEN DAVID ZIMMER Stugartt American High Technicians’ Club 1,2,3; Music School, Germany 2; Bio- Listening 1,2,3,4; Band 2,3,4; logical Science 4; G.A.A, Track 2, A Cappella Choir 3,4, 3; Tiger Staff 4; Prom Committee 3, BONNIE ZIMMERMAN F.N.A. 1; F.T.A. 2,4; Latin 1; G.A.A. 1,2,3; Tiger Staff 4; Tiger Times 3,4; Girls' Choir 3; Cho- rus 1,2; Advanced Choir 2; Prom Committee 3. ROBERT ZWICK Technicians’ Club 2,3,4. Etzkorn and Dale Bode, accompanied by feditz, sing a tribute to the Homecon OUR SENIOR OFFICERS: Mike Wahl, Treasurer; Carolyn Fiegenbaum, Vice President; Denaire Modine, Secretary; Bob Paproth, President. wl re ( 4 Senior Personalities Kay Wieduwilt and Richard Helm, Scholarship. Hyten and Robert Nelson, Athletic Ability. Judy Lee Harris and Robert Paproth, Citi- zenship, Carolyn Fiegenbaum and Larry Schaake, Person- ality. Donna Yates and John Cwan, Service. Judy Ellsworth, Talent. Glenn Jen Sue Droege and Kent Wildman, Leader- ship. These pore Our Seacore! Pat Kibikas achieved the Homemaker of Tomorrow A- ward, Karen Whatley stands by one of her many artistic contri- butions to E.H.S. life. Mike Gallagher works as one of our valuable technicians, Our senior Homecoming candidates, Carolyn Fiegenbaum, Diane Appelquist, and Barbara Ligon with Dave Champion as chauffeur, Bob Agles was E.H,S.'s only representative at the State Wrestling Meet. —— ee —— Alan Vest, No , was given honorable mention Carolyn Fiegenbaum received rating for the All-State team. the D.A.R. award for good citizenship, Madison County S eoguc-centenucal Vicki Albl Kenny Albrecht Linda Allaria Carol Altefogt Sarah Ashauer Terry Barnett Licia Barthi Mary Bazaillion Carl Becker Ronnie Bernhardt Elmo Betts Wanda Bickell Brad Bivens Kenny Bivens Bill Blind Mary Boccaleoni Teri Boehm Jim Bollinger Judy Bollinger Gene Boner Dave Bopp Ed Bosch Betty Brockmeier Herbert Brooks Scott Brooks Darlene Brown Kristina Brown Dave Brunworth Janet Brunnworth Marlene Buesser JUNIOR CLASS OFFICERS: Flovd Bullard Steve Peterson, Treasurer Linda Bunte Tom Mareing, President Rich Bunte Joe Burgdorf Carol Burjes David Burk Delores Burnett Ralph Burton Jacqueline Byrley Tom Cameron Gary Campbell Ray Carter Rose Cerny Ronnie Chandler Werner Clark Menzie Cliff Cristina Coerver Sharon Considine Margie Crabtree Paulette Creek David Crook Senadee Cruse John Cunningham Diane Dale Carol Daube Jo Ann Davis Bob Dawson Marie De Concini Joyce Dickess Charlene Dickman Dave Dietzel Karl Dippold James Dorsey Sharon Duvall Ronnie Eberhart Kenneth Ebrecht Phyllis Eden Harold Ellis Denny Fagan, Secretary, Lucille Ellis Dennis Speckman, Vice Charles Engelke President. Joan Engelmann Joe Evanick Denny Fagan ——s ) ; ej Sharon Fencel " Jack Foster De ‘v, Sharon Foster = Gary Franke Jim Funke Phyllis Garner Joe Garwood Retta Gerber Dick Gerber Gail Giacomelli Honna Gibson Rose Gibson Jeanne Gieszelmann Gary Gillig Joanne Gillig Richard Goebel Jim Gordon Bob Gordon Kathy Gremer Sharon Gremer Paul Gross Karen Gusewelle Brenda Hadley John Hagemeister Mary Ann Hairston Charles Hall Leland Hall Ken Hammer Susan Handlon he) ae a Fi John Handshy Linda Hansen John Haring Betty Harris Judy Harris Bob Harris Phil Hartman Kathleen Hartnagel Debbie Hartung Earl Harvill Linnea Haynes Lynn Heidinger Bob Heidinger Jerry Heinemeier Bonnie Hellrung Daniel Hellrung Diane Hencke Marcia Henke Richard Henke Ronald Henke Barbara Henry Danny Hofeditz Dennis Holliday Gary Hollowich Nancy Holmes Kay Hopkins Lois Horstman Bob Hoskins Phyllis Hughes David Hunter Mary Jane Hutcherson Marilyn Jenkins Mary Jenkins Glen 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 Edward Kreuiter James Kreiger Judy Krome Kathy Kuchta Ronald Kuethe Mary Kyr o Don Ladd Judy Land Carol Lando Harriet Landwehrmier Gary Lane Kenny Lane Ralph Lange Sharon Lantz Wanda Lawerence Judy Leu Elmer Lewis Tom Lewis Steve Lichtenauer Gene Lienemann Ken Linkeman Judy Lischmann Rich Lohr Gerry Long Marshall Long Beverly Lovsey Carolyn Lowenstein Lee Luttrell Karen Mace Tom Mareing Marilyn Mason Ken McCalla Paul McCann Bob McClellan Mary McGee Margie McLean Phil Engelke and Gail Giacomelli pound away at their typewriters. Mary McNish Ray Meier Carol Messerly Bill Meyer Bob Michel Kathy Miller Brenda Mitchell Linda Moody Glenn Moore Sue Moore Yuntonre Spencer Moore Ken Morgan Dave Motz Bruce Neudecker Rick Neutzling Joe Nicholussi Dennis Nobbe Rich Noll Ron Neurnberger Mel Paproth John Parker Walter Parrill Dennis Pashea Karen Paur Larry Perry Susan Perry Dennis Peterson Steve Peterson Bob Philabaum Judy Phillips Joann Pike Eugene Poeling Don Polk Suzanne Poneta PAGE SPONSOR: Sharon Prott Nancy Prus: RICHARDS' BRICK on pg COMPANY Darcy Randall Jerry Raulston Kathleen Reed Mike Reinhart Leonard Reiter Mary Jo Rezqbek Bill Ricker Kathy 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 Schoelttle Susan Schreiber Dave Schwalb Diane Scott Bob Senn Margaret Shaffer Mary Beth Sharp Donna Sheppard Patsy Shirley Leslie Sickbert Joe Sidener Fred Simpson Mike Skinner Bob Slemer Vicki Slemer Ed Small Jim Smith Norma Smith Terry Smith Barbara Snyder Harriet Landwehrmier tells Santa what she wants for Christmas Dennis Speckman Jim Stack Clarence Staley Bonnie Starnes Joyce Stewart Ray Stoces Linda Strader Jane Suhre Judy Suhre Tom Taber Teri Taylor Bonnie Tegemeier Bud Terry Larry Thompson Mary Todd Joe Townsend Mike Traband Betty Van Winkle Terry Varble Sharon Ventress Sharon Vieth Larry Wagner Karen Wahl Nancy Weeks Kathy Wells Kenneth West Memory West Rich Wheeler Delores White Glenn Whittaker Kenny Wieduwilt Dan Wiemers Mary Ann Williams Bernard Williams Mike Willis Jackie Winkle Terry Wisnasky Janet Witt Jeff Wohlford Guy Wood Janet Woods Jean Wopat Sally Wydra Tom Young Carolyn Zboray Sharon Zimmerman Sharon Zwick Judy Burnett Ron Jennings Janice Miller Reggie Pearce Susie Price Sceucore of 65 Bill Alexander Jim Allen Margaret Amistadi Terry Anderson Donald Atkinson Peggy Aylward Verla Baker Gary Balke Ronald Banjavic Cheryl Barnsback Dale Bartels Ken Becker Sharon Beckman, Jim Bennette Marie Bensa Nancy Berennds Christina Betts Jim Beutel Craig Blume Barbara Boda Thomas Boehm Linda Bolin Carol Boone Mike Boswell a: CLASS OFFICERS: President, Jim Bennett; Vice President, Lois Krouse; Secretary, Barbara Paproth, Judy Henderson, Treasurer, NOT PIC- TURED, ia ’ Janice Boyd Ov Donna Braasch a Glenn Bradford a, Linda Branding Laurel Brase » Jean Brown - Jeff Brown Linda Brown Mickey Brown Robert Brown Doug Buchanan Donna Bullard Jeff Bulmer Judith Bunt Jane Bunte - Don Burgess . Donna Burgess Joyce Burgett vr, ; = Kenny Burns Bill Burns Dee Burroughs Marilee Burrus Diana Busch Connie Busker Sandra Cain Wayne Carter Mary Cartwright Gary Cecil Sue Cherry Don Clevenger Wayne Cline Bernadine Coerver Diane Coleman Alan Cooper Marian Correll Gail Cox Betty Craft Aleta Cress James Crump Herman Cruse Shirley Cullipher Renee Cunningham Sandra Cunningham Carol Curlee Sandra Daggett toy Danaher Ronald Daube Kathy Davis Mike Dawson Robert Deak Curtis Deal Sue Dean Mary Dean Dennis DeConcini Larry DeConcini Judy Deen Bob DeWerff Benny Dickmann Roger Diepholz Eric Dippold Sandy Dixon Ken Dodds Jim Dohle Pat Dorsey Velva Douglas Vincent Drexelius Ginger Dustman Jim Dycus Thomas Eaker Bob Eck Jim Eilers Bob Elberson Linda Elledge Janice Enos Mary Eson John Evanik Marty Evans Shirley Faulkner Dave Felchlin Rosemary Feldworth Joe Ferverda Gary Finke Jack Fish Susan Fitzpatrick Janet Franklin Jim Franklin Nancy Freitag Bob Frillman Shirley Fuller Chuck Fruit Steve Fruth Faye Fultz Mary Ann Gagliardo Vicki Gallagher Joe Garde Judy Garner George Gau Bob Geschwend Larry Gholston Teddy Gibbs Sharon Gieszelmann Sandy Gili Mark Going Mary Gosney Deanna Gould Carol Gower Sharon Gray Kenny Gregor Janet Grigsby Wanda Grimes David Grinstead Beverly Gusewelle Ken Gusewelle Monte Gusewelle Bill Gusewelle Rita Hackett Jane Halbe Shirley Hale Pamela Gass Richard Hamlin Bill Hanke Bill Hansen Margie Harbers Donna Hardy John Hartman Sharon Hayes Gary Head Robert Hedger Don Hefferman Larry Heflin Shirley Helmkamp Judy Henderson Jim Henry Ken Hesdra Greg Hickey Birkie Hillis Marilyn Hlavsa Kathleen Hodapp Freddie Hogue Jim Holshouser Orville Holtman Wayne Holtman Phyllis Honchak Carolyn Hooks Mary Jo Hoover Richard Hoover Jim Hoskins Cheri Houba Pamela Howells Monty Hubbard Stanley Hunt De Hurst Bill Hyten Ronald Isenberg Linda Jackson John Jellen Robert Johnson Gloria Jones Jimmy Jumper Wayne Kaiser Dugie Kane Steve Kassa There is quiet in the library. Margie plays " pick-up. " . SOPHOMORE ATTENDANTS Sharon Nemnich and Tommy Schmidt SOPHOMORE ATTENDANTS Pat Stolze and Gary Koch Karen Kassing Lynn Kempher Sally Kernahan Gary Ketcham Sharon Ketcham Dennis Kilmurray Darrell King Bill Knecht Gary Koch Jim Koen Judy Kooker Lois Krouse Jim Krejei Jean Kriege Bob Kurmann Larry Lacey Martha Lamb Kathy Lane Donald Langendorf JoAnn Langendorf Jack Lewis Keita Liebler Tracy Lindsey Linda Linksvayer Dick Linn Jim Little Jack Long Lorraine Lott Marilyn Lucas Bill Lucco Karen Lueker Vera Luttrell Marvin Madison Myron Madison Mike Maguire Gale Mangers Dave Marti Margie Martin Sandy Martin Dave Matlock Sylvia Matlock Gary McReaken 7 JAYVEE CHEERLEADERS: Margie, Sharon, and Harriet Mike Meador Mary Jo Meek John Meister Sharon Mellenthin Steve Menoni Judy Merkel Janet Meyer Paul Meyer Bill Michel Sharon Miller Priscilla Mitchell Karen Moehle Cynthia Moore Jean Moore Karyle Moore Gerald Morrison Cecil Morton Bonnie Mottar Candy Mudge Henry Mullane Bob Myers Sharon Nemnich Terry Neubauer Mike Newton Tom Newton DeEllen Nicholson Erene Noto Mary Ann Novak Gary Nuernberger Carol Obermoeller Diane Ostendorf Stewart Ozier Barbara Paproth Richard Parker Richard Pass Gareld Pendergrass John Perry Lanny Pfeifer Sandy Pfeiffer Nancy Pike Helen Pilger Barbara Poe Karen Poole Ken Poos Walter Pratt Sharon Price Jim Prusa Sharon Ramsey Elaine Ranek Larry Ranek Carol Rasmussen Ronald Ratzlaff Jean Reid Richard Reinhardt Carl Reiter Diane Reiter Kristine Renken Roger Rezabek Leattrice Rice Linda Rinkel Janice Robertson Roger Roderick Gail Rodgers Bill Rohrkaste John Rojak Cathy Rood Larry Roseberry John Rotter Terry Ruppel Glenn Russell Sandy Saboff Larry Sabol Jack Sandrin Reta Sawyer Pam Schaefer Bonnie Schafer Fred Schafer Carol Schribe Brenda Scherff Carla Shipkowski Tom Schmid Carolyn Schmidt Guy Schmidt Ronald Schmidt Judy Schneider Pat Schrader Janet Schrage John Schrage Linda Schulte David Schumacher Kathy Schutz Tom Schwager Rich Schwehr Bill Scott Vincent Scott Roger Seals Kenny Seaton Linda Seibert Betty Semon Willard Shashack Alan Sheppard Larry Shimunek Lorraine Shook Danny Sievers Fred Simms Louis Simpson Judy Sines Jack Sisson Dorothy Skamenca Danny Smith Steve Smith Pam Southard John Speciale Don Spencer Bob Spengel David Stamm Barb Stephens Susan Stepson Pat Stine Mary Stolte Marilyn Stolze Pat Stolze Donna Storm Gary Strader Marcia Strange Louise Straub " Writing a note ? Love or Latin ? " iL " That lousy combination. " Steve Stunkel Lillian Stutts Danny Suess Carol Suhre Rebecca Sutherland David Svehla Linda Taber Dennis Terry Delores Terry Gregory Tewell Gary Thebeau Barb Tosovsky Bernice Townsend Arnold Trebing Jim Turner Jane Turner Gary Unterbrink Robert Vandalia Bob Wahl Jim Walker James Walter Donna Warhol Miles Waterman John Watsek Paul Watson Tom Webb Elizabeth Weber Barbara Werner Carolyn White Rick White Pam Wiechmam Sheldon Wille Elvie Williams Pat Williams Judi Wilson Gary Winkle Sue Wolfe Barbara Wood Jerry Woods Richard Woolridge Larry Yates Marion Zeisset Tom Zeisset Connee Zimmer : AS 4 YS Ackerman, John 4 Agles, Robert 4 Albl, Mary Lynn 4 Albl, Vicki 3 Albrecht, Kenneth3 ... Alexander, William : Allaria, Linda 3 Allen, James 2 Altefogt, Carol 3 Amistadi, Margaret 39,48 ,54,55,86 35,37 ,86 . 34,37,116 53,124 40,43,44,116 24,50,124 40,42,116 45,124 Anderson, Terry 2 124 . 24,26,34, 38 ,40 ,66 ,69,73,86 Appelquist, Diane 4 Ashauer, Gloria 4 Ashauer, Mary Jo4.. 2,28 ,42,86 Ashauer, Sarah 3 42,116 Askins, James 4 26,27,86 Atkinson, Donald 2 32,124 Aton, Rex 4 31,34,37,86 Aylward, Peggy 2 41,44,45,124 Baird, Kathy 4 20 ,27 34,86 Baker, Verla 2 44,124 Balke, Gary 2 45,124 Banjavic, Ronald 2 24,124 Barnett, Terry3 .. ‘ sey Barnsback, Cheryl 2 .... 81,41, 44 ,64,124 6,27,30,86 39,124 42 ,45,87 35,116 Barr, Carol 4 .. Bartels, Dale 2 .. Bartels, Janet 4 Barthi, Licia 3 Bast, David 4 Bast, Dennis 4 Baumann, Jane 2 . 44 Bazaillion, Mary 3 42,116 Becker, Carl 3 Becker, Ken 2 , 124 Beckmann, Sharon 2 45,124 Beckmann, Virginia 4 .... 45,87 Bender, June 4 34 42,43 ,87 Bennette, Jim 2 53 64,124 Bensa, Marie 2 27 ,45,124 Berends, Nancy 2 24,124 Berieman, Erro] 4... 2 « « 87 Bernhart, Ronnie 3 . 116 Bess, Judi4 ..... 28,35,40,87 Bettman, John4 . . . 27,30,34,65,87 Iudex Betts, Christina 2 Betts, Elmo 3 Beutel, James 2 Bickell, Brenda 4 Bickell, Wanda 3 Bivens, Brad 3 Bivens, Kenneth 3 Blind, Bill 3 Blume, Craig 2 37,50,124 Boccaleoni, Mary di wal oe « 40,218 . 31,45,124 Boda. ary Ann 4 oT Bode, Dale 4 . . 27,30,34,37,64,66,87 Boehm, John 2 : Boehm, Teri 3 Boland, Barbara 4 Bolin, Dinda 2 . . os Bollinger, Jim 3 Bollinger, Judy 3 24 32,124 . 34,39,48,116 31,39 ,48,116 44,70,73,116 Bollman, Homer 4 ..... 29,88 Bond, Sharon 4 ....... 26,88 ONSET (GONE S «see ews as LES Boone, Carol 2 .....,. 44,124 EUR, WAVE Oo «i we ae «ew LIC Bosch, Eaward 3 ..:6.6«+«+s « 116 Boswell, Mike 2 ..ss+0ece 124 Bothman, Shirley 4 ..... 18,88 Boyd, Betty 4 ..... 34,44,88 Boyd, Janice 2 . sew ees 125 Braasch, Donna 2 18,37 ,41,125 Braddy, James 4 ...... 27,88 Bradford, Glenn 2 ..... 50,125 Branding, Linda 2 .... 87,125 Brase, Laurel 2 ..... 44,45,125 Brase, Leroy 4 ..... 30,45,88 Brockmeier, Betty 3 18 22,27, 38 40,42 ,43,63,116 Brooks, Herbert 3 .... 39,48,116 Brooks, Scott 3 55,116 Brown, Beverly 2 Brown, Darlene 3 Brown, David 2 Brown, Edward 4 ...... Brown, Jean 2 18,37 ,125 Brown, Jeff 2 27 ,50,125 Brown, Kristine 3 ..... 37,116 Brown, Linda 2 ..aaee ue 2126 Brown, Marshall 2 ...... 125 Brown, Robert 2... cesses 125 Brunnworth, Janet 3 ... 26,116 Brunworth, David 3 26,27,116 Buchanan, Douglas2 ...... 125 Buchta, Roger 4 s«. 54,55,88 Buesser, Marlene3 .......116 Bullard, Doma 2 2... 125 Bullard, Floyd 3 .... 34,66,116 BUSY, Ve Seo «6.6 sm wed BiB, SUGKh 2 ss © « SL IR6 Bunte, Jane 2 oo « 26,4160 125 Bunte, Linda Ss ....+ «ss 30,116 Bunte, Richard 3 ca o LES Si6 Burd, Cheryl 2 Burgdorf, Joey 3 sane LIC Burgess, Dennis 4 Burgess, Donald 2 Burgess, Donna 2 Burgett, Geraldine 4 Burgett, Joice 2 Burian, Ronnie 4 Burjes, Carol 3 Burk, David 3 116 Burnett, Delores 3 Burnett, Judy 3 Burns, Kenneth : Burns, William : Burroughs, Dee : Burrus, Marilee :‘ Burton, Ralph 3 . 35,40 ,43 44,123 } NS bw Fe DS dW bP aa nouwqn ua ou 25,39, 41, es Busker, Connie ; Byrley, Jackie 3 Cain, Sandra 2 Cameron, Tom 3 é Campbell, Gary 3 26,39,48,51,117 Carpenter, Clifton4 ....... 89 Carpenter, Hattie 4 Carter, Raymond 3 - 54,55,117 Carter, Richard 4 48,89 Carter, Wayne 2 125 Cartwright, Mary 2 ...... 125 Cassens, Ken 4 39 ,52,89 Cates, Rover @ «2s 2a xs 88 Caulk, Dennis 4 18,39 ,56,89 Caulk, William 4 ... 26,34,62,89 Cecil, Gary 2 ... so» haw Cerny, Rita4d ... " 99, 35, 37,44,89 Cerny, Rose 3 35,37 44,117 Cerny, William 4..... 39 48,90 Champion, Dave 4 ...... 28,90 Chandler, Ronnie 3 .......117 Cherry, Sue 2 20,37 41,125,132 Chlibec, Ron 4 2020 «wens OD Clark, Werner 3 . 26,27,34,117 Clarkin, Mike 4 oe «OE Clevenger, Don 2 24,31,54,125 Clevenger, Janice4 ......+—90 Cliff, Menzie 3 26 ,27 34,117 Cline, Wayne 2 P y Coerver, Bernadine 2 Coerner, Christina 3 Coerver, Phillip 4 Coleman, Diane 2 Considine, Carolyn 4 Considine, Sharon 3 35,44,117 Cooper, Alan 2 m 50,125 Cooper, Phyllis 4 .... 45,90 Correll, Marian 2 ... 30,37,125 Cosgrove, George 3 Cottrell, Roger 4 Cox, Gall 2 4 svc wo ARS Crabtree, Margie3 .......4117 Craft, Betty 2 ...... 44,45,125 Creek, Paulette 3 ....... 117 Cress, Aleta 2 . . « sss, 40etee Crook, David 8 «i+. a 7@ei23 Crump, James 2 ..... 55,125 Cruse, Herman 2 ... 28,55,125 Cruse, Senadee 3 .... 40,44,117 Culbertson, Sharon 4 ,.... 90 5 cn Cullipher, Shirley 2 Cunningham, John 3 Cunningham, Reneé 2. ,2 Cunningham, Sandra : Curlee, Carol 2 Cwan, John 4 Daggett, Sandra 2 Dale, Dianne 3 Danaher, Roy 2 Daube, Carol 3 Daube, Ronald 2 Davis, Jo Ann 3 Davis, Katherine 2 Dawson, Michael 2 Dawson, Robert 3 Deak, Robert 2 Deal, Curtis 2 Dean, Linda 2 Dean, Mary2.. De Concini, Dennis 2 De Concini, Larry 2 De Concini, Marie 3 Deen, Judy 2 Deist, Carmen Detienne, Tom 4 Dettmer, Janet 4 De Werff, Robert 2 Dickess, Joyce 3 Dickman, Charlene £ Dickmann, Bennett 2 Diepholz, Roger 2 Dietzel, David 3 Dinwiddie, Arlene 4 Dippold, Eric 2 Dippold, Karl 3 Dixon, David 2 Dixon, Sandy 2 Dodds, Kenneth 2 Dohle, James 2 Dorsey, James 3 Dorsey, Pat 2 Douglas, Velva 2 Drda, Nancy 4 Drexelius, Vincent Droege, Sue 4 Dustman, Ginger 2. Dutton, John 4 Duvall, Sharon 3 Dycus, Jim 2 Eaker, Thomas 2 Eberhart, Ronald Ebrecht, Kenneth ¢ Eck, Bob 2 Eden, Phyllis 3 Eilers, James 2 Eilers, Nancy 4 Elberson, Robert : Elledge, Linda 2 Ellis, Harold 3 Ellis, Lucille 3 Ellsworth, Judy 4 Engelke, Charles 3 Engelke, Sharon 4 Engelmann, Joan 3 Enos, Janice 2 Erb, Dennis 4 Erb, James 4 Eson, Mary 2 43,44,117 126 43,44,117 126 40,43,44,117 41,43,44,126 37 ,41,126 . 18,26,32 ,41,44,126 sa a aD 43,44,117 44,126 . 28,35,40,91 . «+ « 24,312,126 117 . 37,44,117 o ) NON F DO Db bo aA 1D HD . . 28,38,69,73,91 . 24,26,32,41,126 28,29,34,91 44,117 126 oe 18 Ss 31,34,64,117 34,40,43,91 . . 24,26,50,126 42,62,65,91 ow 18m 35,90 25,117 + oi 90 34,37,66,90 30,37,45,126 Leilana 4 22,30, 31,34,37,90 Evanik, John 2 126 Evanik, Joe 3. ere: fj Evans, Martin 2 . 126 Fagan, Dennis 3 ,.18,26,34,70,73,117 Farrington, Dale 4 26,27, 30,34,54,55,90 Etzkorn, Faulkner, Shirley 2 Felchlin, David 2 Feldman, John 4 29,90 Feldworth, Rosemary 2 .... 126 Fencel, Sharon 3 Ferverda, Joe 2 126 Fiegenbaum, Carolyn 4 39,40, 42.44 ,65,66,68,73,90 Fields, Donna 4 34,37 ,90 Finke, Gary 2 126 Finney, Pam 4 Fish, Jack 2 Fitzpatrick, Susan 2 Flack, John 2 Flannery, Marvin 2 Fleming, Margie 2 Flynn, Joe 4 Flynn, Paula 2 Forshaw, Robert 2 Foster, Gloria 4 Foster, Jack 3 Foster, Sharon 3 Foster, William 2 Franke, Carolyn 4 Franke, Gary 3 Franke, Ruth 4 Franklin, Janet 2 Franklin, Jimmie 2 Freitag, Nancy 2 Frillman, Robert 2 Fruit, Charles 2 Fruth, Steven 2 Fuller, Shirley 2 Funke, Jim 3 Fulte, Faye 2 «3's Gagliardo, Mary Ann : Gallagher, Vicki 2 Gallagher, Mike 4 Garde, Joe 2 “sw -] © rw bw ¢ “ws © 1-1) +1 w Jy 4-1) +) a ie ite | a] 1 1 2 9 1 9 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 1 2 2 2 9 “1 © bo Garner, Judith 2 Garner, Phyllis 3 . . 24,28,35,40,118 Garwood, Kenneth 4 93 Garwood, Joe 3 Gass, Pamela 2 Gau, George 2 Gengler, Barbara 4 26 ,34,44,93 Gerber, Henrietta 118 Gerber, Richard 3 26,27,118 Geschwend, Bob 2 45,127 Gholston, Larry 50,127 Giacomelli, Gail 3 40 43,118,120 Gibbs, Teddy 2 é Gibson, Honna 3 Gibson, Rose 3 arate, ae Gieszelmann, Jeanne3, .43,44,63,118 Gieszelmann, Sharon 2 24,12 Gili, Sandra 2 Gillig, Gary 3 Gillig, Joanne 3 Goebel, Richard 3 Going, George 4 30 34,93 Going, Mark 2 30,127 Gordon, James 118 Gordon, Robert 3 31,48,118 Gosney, Mary 2 Gould, Deanna Gould, Sharon 4 Gower, Carol 2 Gray, Sharon 2 Gregor, Kenneth 2 Gremer, Barbara 4 Gremer, Kathy 3 Gremer, Sharon 3 Grigsby, Janet 2 Grimes, Wanda 2 Grinstead, David Gross, Paul 3 Db CO Ww ] KR DON Wee © DS bo “1 @ @ 18,26,27, 34,35,38,40,94 Gusewelle, Beverly 2 41,127 Gusewelle, Carol 4 94 Gusewelle, Karen Ann 3. . 35,37,118 Gusewelle, Kenneth 2 ... 45,127 Gusewelle, Monte 2 « « « bOS2,127 Gusewelle, Richard 4 39,56 ,94 Gusewelle, Ronald 4 45,94 Gusewelle, William 2 28,127 Hackett, Rita 2 Hadley, Brenda 3 Hagemeister, John 3 Hairston, Mary Ann 3 Halbe, Jane 2 41,44,127 Hale, Barbara 4 94 Hale, Shirley 2 44,45,127 Hall, Charles 3 39 ,48 55,118 Hall, Leland 3 28,116 Hall, Preston 4 29 Hamlin, Richard 2 37,50,127 Hammer, Kenneth 3 31,118 Handlon, Susan 3 . 43,118 Handshy, John 3 44,55,118 Hanke, William 2 24,128 Hansen, Linda 3 18,22, 43 ,44,70,72,118 Hansen, William 2 oe « » 20,128 Harbers, Margie 2 25,128 Hardy, Donna 2 . 128 Haring, John 3 118 Harris, Betty 3 ° Harris, Judy 4, .22,24,27,30,34,39,94 Harris, Judy 3 118 Harris, Robert 3 31,56,118 Hartley, Vicki 4 Hartman, Phil 3 Hartmann, John 2 Hartnagel, Kathy 3 Hartung, Debby 3 Hartzel, Jack 4 Harvill, Earl 3 Hayes, Sharon 2 Haynes, Linnea 3 Head, Gary 2 Hedger, Robert 2 Heffernan, Donald 2 Heflin, Larry 2 Gunther, Dianne 4 - 48,50,55,128 35,118 16,29, 26,35,44,118 Heidinger, Lynn 3 Heidinger, Robert 3 Heinemeier, Jerry 3 Hellrung, Bonnie 3 Hellrung, Daniel 3. . 2% Helm, Richard 4 Helmkamp, Shirley 2 Hencke, Diane 3 Henderson, Judy 2 Henderson, Wayne 4 ,.39,48,51,56 ,67 Henke, Floyd 4 css eee « 95 Henke, Marcia 3 Henke, Richard 3 Henke, Ronald 3 Henry, Barbara 3 Henry, James 2 Henry, Mary Jo 4 Hensel, Don 2 Herbert, Jacqueline 2 Hesdra, Kenneth 2 Heuer, Kenneth 4 Hickey, Gregory 2 Hildenstein, Bob 4 26,27 ,28,95 Hillis, Birkie 2 128 Hlavsa, Marilyn 2 . 18,25,41,128 Hodapp, Kathleen 2 128 Hofeditz, Brad 4 22.27.31, 34,39 ,43,65,95 30,55,119 45,128 34,119 Hofeditz, Danny 3 Hogue, Freddie 2 Holliday, Dennis 3 Hollowich, John 4, Hollowich, Gary 3 Holmes, Nancy 3 .., Holshouser, Jimmy 2 Holtman, Dennis 4 Holtman, Orville 2 Holtmann, Wayne 2 Honchak, Phyllis 2 Hooks, Carolyn 2 Hoover, Mary Jo 2 ... 20,43,128 Hoover, Richard 2 ..... 30,128 Hoover, Tom 4 22,27 ,31,95 Hopkines, Kay S$ «+... «+ 22,27,36, 39,63,65,119 Horstman, Lois 3 35,119 Horten, Wayne 4 95 Hoskins, Jim 2 48 50,128 Hoskins, Bob 3 .. 39,48,51,56,119 Houba, Cheri 2 ..... 41,44,128 Howells, Pamela 2 » 43,44,128 Hubbard, Monty 2 48 50,128 Hubbard, Pat 4 35,37 ,95 Huck, David 4 « 26 Hughes, Phyllis 3 ... 35,37,119 Hume, Robert 3 Hunt, Earl 2 a« 228 Hunter, David 3 . .27,34,39,63,65,119 Hunter, Rick 4 43 ,96 Hurst, Deloris 2 Hutcherson, Mary3.... Hyten, Kay 4 Hyten, William 2 52,71,72,128 Isenberg, Maxine 4, , 35,37,42,44,96 Isenberg, Ronald 2 45,128 Isselhardt, Carol 4 42,96 Jackson, Linda 2 37,128 Jason, Thalia4 ....... 35,96 Jegel, Stephen 4 . . 26,27,30,34,96 55,119 22,27,119 . 50,128 . « 45,128 . . 45,48,50,128 43,128 5 ie eee eo Jellen, John 2 Jenkins, Frances 4 Jenkins, Marilyn 3 Jenkins, Mary 3 Jenne, Glenn 4 . . 27,30,31,34,37,96 Jennings, Clinton 4 Jennings, Ron 3 Johnson, Glen 3 Johnson, Robert 2 Johnson, Stephanie 4 Johnson, Terry 3 . . 39,48,54,55,119 Johnston, Elra4. .22,34,37,44,66,97 Jones, Bobby 4 Jones, Gloria 2 Jones, Judy 3 Jones, Patti 4 Jones, Terry Jumper, Jimmy 2 Justice, Pat 3 Kahle, Janice 3 Kaiser, Wayne 2 Kane, Bradley 2 Kappler, Bob 4 Kassa, Steve 2 Kassing, Karen : Keck, Janet 3 Keith, Judy 3 Kempher, Susan 2 Kennedy, Wayne 2 Kernahan, Sally 2 Kesl, Karen 4 Kessinger, Donna 4 Ketcham, Gary 2 Ketcham, Sharon 2 F Key, Sally 3 35,44,119 Kibikas, Pat 4 40 42,97 Killion, Charles 3. . 39,48,54,55,119 Kilmurray, Dennis 2 y Kinder, Kelly 3 King, Darrell 2 King, Lynda 3 Klingel, Terry 3 Knecht, Bill 2 Koch, Gary 2 Koch, Roger 4 Koen, James 2 129 Kooker, Judy 2 . .18,20,24,30,41,129 Kotva, Gary 4 39,48,97 Kraner, Janice 3 Krejci, James 2 45,53 ,129 Kreuiter, Edward 3 .. se Rae Kriege, Jean 2 37,41 Krieger, James 3 34,64,119 Krieger, Kay 4 35,37,99 Krome, Judy 3 ; 31,35,43,119 Krouse, Lois 2 . 20,24,41,124,129 Kuchta, Kathy 3 44,119 Kuethe, Carolyn 4 F 28 40,98 Kuethe, Ronald 3 119 Kurmann, Robert 2 37,53 ,129 Kyro, Mary 3 26,37 ,40,119 Lacey, Larry 2 129 Ladd, Candy 4 18 ,26,98 Ladd, Don 3 119 Ladd, Mary Lou 4 Lamb, Martha 2 Land, Judy 3 35,42,44,45,120 Lando, Carol 3 45,120 Landwehrmier, Harriet 3 .. 38, 43,120,130 . 35,37,40,42,119 44,45,119 44,129 41,45,129 30,34,39,65,94 28 ,40,97 45,55,129 53,71,73,129 . 20,24,41,129 Lane, Gary 3 Lane, Kathy 2 Lane, Kenneth Lange, Ralph 3 Langendorf, Donald 2 Langendorf, Jo Ann 2 Lantz, Sharon 3 Lawrence, Wanda 3 45,120 Leu, Judith 3 25,40,120 Levi, Gary 4 98 Lewis, Elmer 3 54,55,120 Lewis, Jack 2 25,48 50,129 Lewis, Tom 3 28 ,29,120 Lichtenauer, Steve 3 18 ,28,120 Liebler, Keita 2 25,40,41,129 Lienemann, Jane 4 Lienemann, Gene 3 Ligon, Barbara 4 26,27 40,120 38,66 ,69,72,98 ore 45,120 27,28,98 . 37,129 Lindsey, Tracy 2 Linkeman, Kenneth 3 Linksvayer, James 4 Linksvayer, Linda 2 Linn, Delbert 2 50,129 Lischmann, Judith 3 . , 40,43,44,120 Little, James 2 129 Loebach, Carol4,. , 24,38,40,69,72,98 Lohr, Richard 3 26 39,120 Long, Gerry 3 Long, Jack 2 Long, Marshall 3 Lott, Diane 3 Lott, Lorraine 2 Lovsey, Beverly 3 Lowenstein, Carolyn 3 Lucas, Marilyn 2 Lucco, Bill 2 Lueker, Karen 2 Luttrell, Lee 3 Luttrell, Vera 2 Mace, Karen 3 Madison, Marvin 2 Madison, Myron 2 Magruder, Dan 4 Maguire, Michael 2 Mangers, Gale Lou 2 Mareing, Tom 3 . . 26,48,56,116,120 Marti, David 2 50,129 Marti, Dick 4 F 26,27,99 Martin, Eldon 4 27,34,39,65,99 Martin, Marjorie 2 .. 25,38,41, 71,72,128,129,130 34,37 44,99 » - 25,35,120 37,129 53,129,132 Martin, Nancy 4 Martin, Sandra 2 Mason, Kar] 4 30 Mason, Marilyn 3 , Matlock, David 2 Matlock, Sylvia 2 Maynard, Patti 4 McCalla, Kenneth 3 McCann, Paul 3 McClellan, Bob 3 McGee, Mary 3 McKee, Kathleen 4 McLean, Margaret 3 40 44,120 McLean, Susie 4 37,40,99 McNish, Mary 3 McReaken, Gary 2 Meador, Michael 2 Meek, Mary Jo 2 Meier, Ray 3 Meister, John 2 Meister, Melody 4 Mellenthin, Sharon 2 44,45,130 Menoni, Conny 4 28 ,35,40,99 Menoni, Steve 2 130 Merkel, Judith 2 . . 20,25,37,41,130 Messerly, Carol 3 30,120 Metzger, Wayne 4 39,100 Meyer, Janet 2 37,130 Meyer, Melody 4 35,45,100 Meyer, Paul 2 Meyer, Terry 3 Meyer, William 3 Michel, Bob 3 . 39 ,48,70,72,120 Michel, William 2 130 Mihalic, Steve 4 39,54 ,55,100 Miller, Janice 3 123 Miller, Kathy 3 31,34,43 44,120 Miller, Sharon 2 22,37, 41,44,100,130 Miller,'Siharon 4 ..: ¢s ««+ 40 Misukonis, Rosemary 2 Mitchell, Brenda 3 Mitchell, Priscilla 2 Modine, Denaire 4 25,41,130 24,26,100 Moehle, Karen 2 ..5.s:s«s«e 190 Moody, Glenn 4 Moody, Linda 3 Moore, Cynthia 2 Moore, Glenn 3 - 120 . 37,44,130 18 24,37 41,130 43,130 24,28 ,35,40,120 26,121 Moore, Jean 2 Moore, Karyle 2 Moore, Sue 3 .. Moore, Spencer 3 Morgan, Kenny 3 63,121 Morrison, Gerald 2 31,130 Morton, Cecll 2 ... s2s I80 MODY; SUOV Es 6 ss ew ee ss 200 Mottar, Bonnie 2... . 26,30,41,130 Motz, David 3 28,121 Mudge, Candy 2 20,37,130 Mullane, Henry 2 Myers, Robert 2 130 Nelson, Robert 4 20,38 ,41, 71,73,129,130 Nemnich, Sharon 2 Nettleton, Gary 4 34,37 ,62,101 Neubauer, Terry 2 Neudecker, Bruce 3 Neutzling, Richard 3 Newton, Michael 2 Newton, Thomas 2 Nicholson, Verda 2 Nicolussi, Joe 3 Nobbe, Dennis 3 Noll, Richard 3 Nothdurft, Jack 4 Noto, Erene 2 Novak, Mary Nuernberger, Nuernberger, Ronald 3 Nuernberger, Steve 4 50,121 18,26, 34,39 52,101 20,27, 35,39,40,101 Obermoeller, Carol Ann 2 .. . 130 O'Connor, Richard 4 29,101 O'Dell, Kathleen 4 28 42,101 O'Hare, Michael4 . , 22,27,39,65,101 Ostendorf, Diane 2 45,130 Ozier, Stewart 2 28 ,55,130 Pape, Darrell 4 101 Pape, Sharon 4 26,34,44,101 Paproth, Barbara 2 . .18,37,124,130 Paproth, Bob 4 . .18,39,56,69,73,102 Paproth, Melvin 3 Parker, John 3 ‘ Parker, Patricia 4 . . 30,34,37,102 Parker, Richard 2 130 Parrill, Walter 3 Pashea, Dennis 3 Pass, Richard 2 Paur, Karen 3 43 44,121 Pearce, Reggie 3 ..... 934,37, 43 ,62,66 ,123 Peck, Wayne 4 27 ,34,37 64,102 Pendergrass, Gareld 2 . . 43,50,130 Pendergrass, Nixon4 . .39,48,65,102 Perry, Barbara 4 34 42,102 Perry, John 2 Nunnally, Carolyn 4 Perry, Larry 3 a Perry, Susan 3 45,121 Peterson, Dennis 3 ...... 121 Peterson, Steve 3 .. 70,72,116,121 Pfeifer, Leonard 2 ...... 130 Pfeiffer, Sandra 2 ..... 45,130 Philabaun, Bob ge ee Phillips, Judy 3 42 ,44,45,121 Pike, Joann 3 i eo Pike, Nancy 2 so « “StyLoU Puger, Helen 2 6... see as LEO Poe, Barbara 2 ..... 44,45,130 Poeling, Eugene 3 45,121 Polk, Don 3 29,121 Polk, Everette 4 39,102 Poneta, Patricia 4 .. ; 37,102 Poneta, Suzanne 3 Poole, Karen 2 Poos, Kenneth 2 Powell, Sandra 4 35,37,102 wemee, Walter 2°... ce ee ee LOL Price, Sharon 2 30,131 Price, Susie 3 22,44,123 Primas, Lonny 4 ceene LOB Prott, Jerry 4 .. oeee 108 Prott, Sharon 3 35,45,121 PSUBA, URINCS Le ss oe ce Loe Progn, “Naucy 3 2... +.» 85,122 Puhse, Thomas 3 .. 26,34,39,121 Pulliam, Bob 4 ... 48,69,72,103 Quade, Charles 4 ....... 103 Ramsey, Sharon 2 ....... 181 Mandall, Darcy 3 .s.e. 128:24, 34,37,40,44,63,64,121 Ranek, Elaine 2. 6... 97,191 Ranek, Lawrence 2 ....... 131 Rasmussen, Carol 2 ...... 131 Ratzlaff, Kenneth 4 .... 31,103 Ratzlaff, Ronald 2 ....... 1381 Raulston, Jerry 3 ....... 121 Rebb, Joyce 3 Reed, Kathleen3 ........ 121 OAs BUIKOD g's 5s 6s ewe ee Reid; Jeat. 2 1.4 .ssa+ 41,191 Reinhardt, Michael3 ,....,. 121 Reinhardt, Richard 2 .... 50,131 néiter, Carl 2 ...6s55« 29,181 Reiter, Diane 2 Reiter, Leonard Renken, Kristine 2 Rezabek, Mary Jo 3 Rezabek, Roger 2 Rice, Leattrice (Bill) 2... 41,131 Ricker, Bob 3 28,31,53,121 Rigler, Kathryn 3 Rinkel, Linda 2 Rizzoli, Jay 3 Robertson, Janice 2 Robinson, Richard 4 44,45,121 44,54,55,103 Robinson, Terry . 3 Roderick, Roger 2 Rogers, Gail 2 41,131 Rohrkaste, Bob 4 ..s2«s«2- 03 Rohrkaste, William 2 Rojak, John 2 131 Rood, Cathy 2 Rose, Susan 3 Roseberry, Larry } Rotter, John 2 .. Ruehrup, Judy 4 . .26,30,31,34,44,62 Ruhi, dennifer 4 . » «0+ «0 « « 203 Ruppel, Terry 2 2.6. « «s 181 Russell, Glenn 2 .....«+..s. 1381 Rutz, Carol 3 Saboff, Carol 3 Saboff, Sandra 2 Sabol, Larry 2 oi — Sackett, Dell Ray 3 .....-. Sandrin, Jack 2 ,. Sasek, Judy 3 25,34,122 Sawyer, Reta 2 ..... 18,131 Scarborough, Toby 4 . . 34,45,103 Schaake, Larry 4 ... . 34,39,48, 51,56 ,66,67,68,73,103 Schaake, Myron 4 ..., 45,104 Schacter, Ariin 3 .. 4. «s « 122 Schaefer, Carolyn 4 22,24,104 Schaefer, Pamela 2 ...... I81 Schafer, Bonnie 2 37,131 Scbater, Fred? .o ss ac se 6 os AS Scheibe, Carol 2 ....+2ee-sAl3l Scherff, Brenda 2 . . . 24,32,44,131 Schipkowski, Carla 2 .. 37,44,131 Schloss, Ray Schmid, Don 3 Schmid, Tom 2 Schmidt, Carolyn 2 Schmidt, Connie 3 Schmidt, Dan 4 Schmidt, Guy 2 Schmidt, Paul Schmidt, Ron 4 Schmidt, Ronald 2 Schmidt, Sandra 4 42,104 Schneider, Joan 3 . 42,44,122 Schneider, Judy2.. : Schneider, Judy 3 Schoettle, Norman 3 Schrader, Patricia 2 Schrage, Janet 2 Schrage, Fred 2 Schreiber, Susan 3 ww Ww bd Nm eK DO DO . 71,73,129,1 =a) 45,104 52,53,104 45,131 ho hw Ww WD DW Schumacher, David 2 Schutz, Cathy 2 Schwager, Tom 2 Schwalb, Dave 3 Schwehr, Richard 2 Scott, Bill 2 Scott, Diane 3 Scott, Vincent 2 Seals, Roger 2 Seaton, Kenny 2 Seibert, Linda 2 Seibert, Sharon 4 Semon, Betty 2 Senn, Robert 3 ... Shaffer, Margaret 3 Sharp, Mary Beth 3 Shashack, Willard 2 Sheppard, Alan 2 Sheppard, Donna 3 Shimunek, Larry 2 Shimunek, Tony 4 Shindel, Katherine 4 . 27,31,34, 37,104 42,122 44,132 22,27 ,37,122 Shirley, Patsy 3 Shook, Lorraine 2 Sickbert, Leslie 3 Sidener, Joe 3 Sido, Mary 4 Sievers, Dennis 2 Simmons, Richard 4 Simms, Frederick2 ..... 24,132 Simpson, Fred 3 28,30,31,122 Simpson, Louis 2 Sines, Judith 2 Sisson, Jack 2 Skamenca, Dorothy 2 Skinner, Mike 3 Slemer, Richard 4 Slemer, Robert 3 Slemer, Vicki 3 Small, Ed 3 Smallie, Sharon 4 Smith, Dan 2 Smith, James 3 Smith, Norma 3 Smith, Steve 2 Smith, Terry 3 Snyder, Barbara 3 Southard, Pamela 2 24,41,132 Speciale, John 2 132 Speckman, Dennis 3 22,39,56, 117,122 Spencer, Don 2 Spengel, Robert 2 132 Stack, Jim 3 Stahlhut, Karen 4 . . 22,37,42,64,105 Staley, Clarence 3. . 26,31,34,37,122 Stamm, David 2 Starnes, Bonnie 3 Stegall, Joyce 4 Steinmeyer, Mary 4 Stephens, Barbara 2 Stephenson, Mary Ellen 4 24,41,132 30,35, 40,45,105 Stepson, Susan 2 24,30,132 Stewart, Joyee 3°... 0s «i 122 Stille, Judith 4 .... s« 105 Stine, Patricia 2 41,122 Stoces, Ray 3 Stoleis, Roman 4 Stolte, Mary 2 Stolze, Jean 4 F Stolze, Marilyn 2 ... 24,41,132 Stolze, Patricia 2 - 25,37,41, 71,73,129,132 Storm, Donna 2 ,. 18,32,41,44,132 ptrader, Carol:4@ si .-s 2 «+ 206 Strader, Gary 2 52,132 Strader, Linda 3 40 ,44,45,122 Strange, Ann 4 35,45,106 Strange, Marcia 2 . 32,44,45,132 Straub, Louise 2 132 Stubbs, Skip 4 Stunkel, Steven 2 Stutts, Lillian 2 Suess, Danny 2 Suhre, Carol 2 20,30,37,133 Suhre, Jane 3 . « 34,39,40,44,122 Suhre, Judy 3 122 Sumner, Lanny 4... . 27,34,37,106 Sutherland, Rebecca 2 Svehla, David 2 Svoboda, Bernadine 4 Svoboda, Don 4 .. 29,106 ‘waper, Linda 2 ..-.. 41,48,1383 Taber, Thomas 3 .. ss .«. 222 . 40,43,106 Taylor, Nancy 4 Taylor, Teri 3 Tegmeier, Bonnie 3 Terry, Bud 3 Terry, Delores Terry, Dennis 2 Terry, Roger 4 Tewell, Gregory 2 Thatcher, Jay 4 Thebeau, Gary 2 Thompson, Larry 3 Titchenal, Rosa 3 Todd, Mary 3 Tomlinson, Mary Ann 4 Tosovsky, Barbara2 .. Townsend, Bernice 2 Townsend, Joe 3 . . 39,48,51,56,123 Traband, Michael 3 ...... 123 Traband, Sharen 4 . . 20,34,39,106 Trebing, Arnold 2 oeesse Loo Trent, John 4 Tretter, Albert 2 Turner, James 2 Turner, Jane 2 Turner, Shirley 4 Unger, Nadine 4 Unterbrink, Gary 2 Vandalia, Robert 2 Vanek, Kenny 4 Van Winkle, Betty 3 - 40,42,106 « 41,44,133 18 ,26,123 Varble, Terry 3 123 . 22,26,27, 38 40,123 Ventress, Sharon 3 Vest, Alan 4 . - 18,39,52,56,107 Vieth, Darlene 4 107 Vieth, Sharon 3 Volentine, Walter 4 Wagner, Larry 3 Wahl, Karen 3 . 40,43,44,123 Wahl, Michael 4 39,48,107 Wahl, Robert 2 .... 48,50,133 Walker, gamer 2 V6. «ss 188 Walter, James 2 28,29,133 Warhol, Donna 2 30,133 Waterman, Miles 2 : «= anB Watsek, John 2 133 Watson, Paul 2 . i ieee Los Watson, Margie 4 one wo. BOOT Webb, Thomas 2 .. .. 26,28,30,133 Weber, Elizabeth 2 « « 20,41,188 Weber, Kathy 4 108 Weeks, Nancy 3 - « 35,40,44,123 Wehling, Mina Lou 4 , . 34,39,44,108 Wehmeyer, Carole 4 108 Weise, Robert 4 39,52,53,108 Weishaupt, Donald 4 ..... 108 Wells, Kathy 3 - 35,39,63,65,123 Werner, Barbara 2 ...+s. 188 Werner, James 4 - 30,37,108 West, Kenneth 3 123 West, Memory 3..28,35,40,42,44,132 Westbrook, Joyce 4 28 ,40,108 Whatley, Karen 4 Wheeler, Richard 3 Whipple, Sheryl 2 White, Carolyn 2 41,43 ,133 White, Delores 3 123 White, Richard 2 ...s6 133 Whittaker, Glenn'S ...s ss « 228 Wiechman, Mary Jane 4 .. 35,108 Wiechman, Pamela 2 18 41,133 Wieduwilt, Judy 4 28 Wieduwilt, Kay 4 . . 22,24,40,42,109 Wieduwilt, Kenneth 3 . 39,52,123 Wiemers, Daniel 3 123 Wilcox, Robert 4 Wildman, Kent 4 18,39,48, 66 ,69,73,109 Wilkening, Alvin 4 26,45,109 Wilkening, Ina 4 Wille, Sheldon 2 Williams, Bernard 3 Williams, Elvie 2 Williams, Mary Ann 3 Williams, Patricia 2 Willis, Mike 3... Wilson, Judi 2 Winkle, Gary 2 Winkle, Jackie 3 ... 18,22,27, 39,40,63,70,72,123 Wisnasky, Terry 3 123 Witt, Janet 3 35,39,40,44,63,123 Wohlford, Jeff 3 52,53 ,56,123 Wolfe, Sue 2 30,133 Wood, Barbara 2 44,133 Wood, Guy 2 63,123 Woods, Janet 3 . 39,39 ,40,44,123 Woods, Jerry 2 Wooldridge, Richard 2.,: Wopat, Jean 3 .. 22,27, Wroten, Cheryl 4 Wydra, Sally 3 Yates, Donna 4 Yates, Larry 2 Yehling, Dennis 3 Young, Tom 3 Zboray, Carolyn 3 Zeisset, Marion 2 Zeisset, Tom 2 .. Zimmer, Connee 2 31,37 ,43,133 Zimmer, David 4 . 31,34,37,109 Zimmerman, Bonnie 4,, 20,22,43,109 Zimmerman, Sharon 3 123 Zwick, Sharon 3 ... + a 22,26,109 35,43,123 32,50,55,133 Ann's Beauty Shop 212 St Louis St, 656-4944 Page 59 Auerbach's 126 N. Main 656-4801 Page 51 Ben Franklin 116 N., Main 656-7430 Page 8 Bill's Super Service Station Schwartz West Streets 656-6372 Page 22 Black's Sporting Goods 540 E. Broadway Alton, Illinois Ho 2-8831 Page 51 Blume's Apparel 104 N, Main 656-3616 Page 51 Brook's Jewelry 213 N. Main 656-0784 Page 36 Buchanan Street Market 224 South Buchanan 656-4643 Page 22 Buhrmester Wallpaper and Paint 201-203 N. Second St, 656-0490 Page 22 Burn's Nursery 1053 E, Franklin 656-5336 Page 18 Clayton Cleaners 501 N. Main 656-1070 Page 51 Aduertisers' JTudex Cloverleaf Home Building and Loan 148 N, Main 656-6122 Page 62 Coffman Insurance Company 254 N. Main 656-2075 Page 8 Dillman's Paint and Wallpaper 222 N. Main 656-7358 Page 8 Dippold Brothers 309 St, Louis 656-5023 Page 8 Do-Nut Shop 301 N. Main 656-9700 Page 51 Eberhart Signs 200 S, Fillmore 656-7256 Page 34 Edwardsville Auto Dealers Assn, Page 52 Edwardsville Bargain Center Collinsville Rd, 656-7524 Page 91 Edwardsville Creamery Co, 223 W. Park 656-5365 Page 71 Edwardsville Frozen Foods 246 N, Main 656-1477 Page 34 Edwardsville High School Art Club Page 51 Edwardsville Implement Company 1601 Troy Road 656-6482 Page 21 Edwardsville Lumber Co, 210 W. High 656-5024 Page 36 Edwardsville National Bank 100 St. Louis 656-4316 Page 69 Eichmann Studio 219 Hillsboro 656-2424 Page 70 Ernst Grocery Store Hamel, Illinois 633-2275 Page 18 Fashion Bootery 118 N. Main 656-9481 Page 51 Bruce O, Fiegenbaum 232 S, Buchanan 656-1174 Page 22 First Federal Savings and Loan Assn, of Edwardsville 140 N. Main St. 656-6200 Page 90 Florist Mutual Insurance Co, 500 St. Louis 656-4246 Page 53 Fredman Brothers Furniture Co. 119 N. Main 656-4400 Page 21 Fruit's Standard Station 305 W, Vandalia 656-9719 Page 18 Glick's Department Store 1506 Troy Road 656-3875 Page 32 Hamel Service Company Hamel, Illinois 633-2224 Page 18 Heitz Optical Alton, Illinois Ho 5-1712 Page 18 Helpee Selfee Coin Laundry 501 St. Louis St, 656-9775 Page 106 P, N. Hirsch Co, 122 N, Main 656-4458 Page 51 Hofeditz Music Shop Studio 412 E, Park 656-1925 Page 22 Home Nursery Greenhouse Inc, St. Louis Road 656-1790 Page 106 Homesite Development Inc. Montclaire Shopping Center 656-5200 Page 34 Illinois Lumber Co, 225 E, Vandalia 656-1514 Page 20 Illinois Radiator Shop 220 2nd Street 656-2025 Page 22 Imber's Men Wear 144 N, Main 656-6112 Page 20 peduertisers' Judex Irma's Beauty Shop 405 St, Louis St. 656-4950 Page 18 Jack's Phillips 66 ServiceCo, 141 W. Vandalia 656-5362 Page 55 Jim Jones Inc, Troy Road 656-0132 Page 34 Johnstons I,G.A, Foodliner 228 N. Main 656-4642 Page 34 Kast Standard Service Station 310 S, Buchanan 656-9823 Page 55 Kriege Hardware 112 E, Vandalia 656-7588 Page 18 Kriege Hatchery 225 Second Ave, 656-1011 Page 22 L. M. Conoco 2118S. Buchanan 656-9812 Page 55 Leona's Beauty Shop 214 Hillsboro 656-0619 Page 22 Letterman's Club Edwardsville High School Page 19 Libson Shops. 134 N, Main 656-5119 Page 18 L.S.M. Builders, Inc. 315 N, Main 656-3346 Page 109 Madison County Mutual Auto Insurance Co, 100 St, Louis St, 656-3410 Page 32 Madison County Tractor Equipment Co, 130 Hillsboro 656-1760 Page 106 Madison Store 115 Purcell St. 656-5033 Page 19 Madison Telephone Co, Hamel, Illinois 633-2267 Page 29 Marcella's Beauty Shop 148 N, Main 656-3612 Page 55 Lesley Marks Funeral Home 210 N. Main 656-7577 Page 28 Melody Bar 128 Main 656-4885 Page 28 Metcalf Insurance Co, 112 N. Main 656-5178 Page 19 Meyer Television Service 225 Main 656-4620 Page 29 Michel's Tire Battery Inc. 208 Buchanan 656-1180 Page 105 Midwest Loan Company 153 North Main 656-5082 Page 29 Modern Living Radi-Heat Co. 612 E, Franklin 656-2197 Page 92 Moore and Stork Cleaners Furriers 511 North Main 656-5471 Page 106 Mottar Drug Co, 206 N, Main 656-0067 Page 28 Nathan Marcus 146 N, Main 656-0241 Page 19 Don Ohl Office Supplies 113 Purcell 655-5403 Page 55 O.K, Tire Store 1507 Troy Road 656-3700 Page 55 Overbeck's Paint Wallpaper Store 120 N. Main 656-0195 Page 19 Owens Shell Service 603 N, Main 656-9752 Page 19 Peoples's Saving Loan Assn, 107 Purcell 656-5197 Page 105 Personality Beauty Shop 305 N, Main 656-0704 Page 55 eduertiserd Pi Kappa Sigma Tri-Hi-Y Page 28 Wm, D, Pizzini Inc, 110 W,. College 656-5390 Page 19 Richard's Brick Company 235 Springer 656-0230 Page 121 Rissi Studio 604 W, Main Collinsville, Illinois 344-0682 Page 53 Rusty's Bar and Restaurant 1201 N. Main 656-1113 Page 90 Schmidt, Homann Brown Real Estate 214 St. Louis Street 656-0120 Page 29 Oscar Schmidt Agency, Inc, 214 St, Louis St. 656-0120 Page 29 Schmidt Tin Shop 239 N. Main 656-7467 Page 15 Shupack's Inc, 124 N, Main 656-1307 Page 19 " 66 " Bowl 300 W. Vandalia 656-9709 Page 55 Wm, Southwick 124A N, Main 656-7408 Page 105 Floyd Spengel Son 35 Circle Drive 656-2405 Page 105 Stahly Cartage Co. 130A Hillsboro 656-5070 Page 59 State Security Insurance Co, 130 Hillsboro 656-3030 Page 49 Suhre's Gas and Appliance Co, Hamel, Illinois 633-2231 Page 29 Weber Funeral Home 304 N, Main 656-4655 Page 15 Wells Tire Sales, Inc. 125 W. Vandalia 656-1540 Page 15 Western Auto Associate Store 315 N, Main 656-5200 Page 29 Wilson Construction Development Co, 1514B Troy Road 656-5200 Page 49 Woodlawn Gardens 1407 St. Louis St. 656-0686 Page 15 Professional Patrons C. L. Brockmeier, D. O. C. R. Cochran, D. §S. C. Wayne B, Cox, O. D, Eldon M. Durr, Attorney Wendel Durr, Attorney R. E, Engelmann, D. C. LeRoy M. Fink, D. D. S. Barney Fraundorf, County Sheriff Louis Gemoules, O.D, Cecilia M. Hellrung, M. D. M., HK, Hill, D. D.:S. Eulalia Hotz, County Clerk John L. Kraynak, County Auditor Ernest Linden, M. D. Henry L. Malench, M. D. R. L. Marks, D. D. S. George Musso, County Treasurer M. D. Nash, D. D. S. Fred W. Schwager, O. D. Wilbur L. Trimpe, County Sup't. of Schools Eugene Wahl, M. D. M. F. Wayne, D. D. S. Robert Weir, D. C, Lithographed 6 Bo WALSWORTH Marceline, Mo, U. S.A — — im] i |] A008 eee 1 “Te me i 3CNH S S, ° rd L E () € oO a , - “EL hockriey INITIONS ODYRAMICS AncH OF PHYSICS DEALS WITH THE KnIe MAW BAT Axy THE PROPERTIES TRMS MAL BxERGY NG TRARS = one wory » ree yrne Science Far On April 8 the E.H.S, Science Club held its annual science fair, The projects were judged by the students. Outstanding projects were sent to the District Science Fair at Jacksonville and then to Champaign for the State Science Fair. Project exhibitors include Richard Helm, Steve " Skip " Stubbs, Gary Campbell, Bill Caulk, Ed 1 Roseberry, and Roger Roderick, Nuernberg Small, J HEA‘! EXP ian 4 ol ue SEPARATION OF PROTE INS nyY ZONI ELECTROPHORESIS DRIVE-IN £ BALLWEG DRUGS ITY BARBER SHOP 3. FLAGG E nsors: LS WILLARD NORTH SI MONTCLA . S 8 S “ The worrying and the waiting, and tuning then more waiting Page Sponsors: BOB'S BAND BOX CAMPING TRAILER SALES DALE'S BARBER SHOP and presenting the last concert of the season. We ee Sails ve L “adh anes gh: m4 +, bert a te ial Wiis a Page Sponsors: RENKIN CONSTRUCTION Co; N.W, ROSENTHAI AG ENCY KLUETER FEED STORE, INC, ORMAN ST ANDARD SERVICE Seagal Ball On March 30 the Letterman's Club sponsor- ed the Bengal Ball featuring music by the Five Keys. Refreshments were served, National Honor Society A new club, the Edwardsville High School chapter of the National Honor Society was formed in April. Eight seniors and four juniors were initiated into the society. The qualities of character, scholarship, leadership, and service were used in the final determination of the members from those who were eligible scholastically. Mrs. Elisabeth Miller is the sponsor. Page Sponsor: BANK OF EDWARDS ROW ONE: Betty Brockmeier, Betty VanWinkle, Sharon Ventress, Dianne Gunther, Kay Wieduwilt, Sharon Siebert. ROW TWO: Mrs. Elisabeth Miller, John Cwan, Richard Noll, Richard Helm, John Bettman, Robert Paproth, Steve Nuernberger, Principal Thomas Butler, Sharon Siebert and John Cwan light their candles as part of the ceremony. Party Kay Hyten and her father participate in one of the On April 22, GAA members invited games. their fathers to the Dad and Daughter Party for an evening of games and en- tertainment. The officers and their fathers and the youngest, oldest, short- est, and tallest fathers pre- sent were introduced, Fol- lowing relays and volley- ball, refreshments were served. Mrs. Mullen spon- sored the event. A father waddles down the hall during one of the re- lays. Sophomores make a sliding entrance, Dogpatch characters dance at the Sadie. Dick Linn, Barbara Henry, Bud Terry, and Lee Haynes enjoy the box social. Sadie Hawkins Dance The French and Spanish Clubs co- sponsored the annual Sadie Hawkins Dance on April 27, Entertainment con- sisted of relays, a box social, and a skit, followed by dancing to the music of the Woodcats. Senior Play " The Unguided Miss " Mrs, Alice Crocker -- Director Madge Bryce Judy Harris Clint Bryce . . Michael O'Hare Susan Bryce ........ Carolyn Piegenbaum Buzzie Bryce Cer eee George Matthews ...... Nick Pendergrass Lucia Ferrari ye Karen Kes] Betty Warren boas ae bene Karen Stalhut CApIGg D6IGKG:. os 5 eae 6 we 8 Eldon Martin dim Warten ...c6css-esce6+e0e Wayne Peck Molly Warren ......... Barbara Gremer Judge ita’ taal Sa Pal ee oN eae Brad Hofeditz Mrs. Riley ctr eee nk ee « MOS Cn Prompter ........+.+s.+ Karen Whatley CAST ROW ONE: Elra Johnston, Barb Gremer, ROW TWO: Karen Stalhut, Karen Kesl, Judy Harris, Michael O'Hare, Carolyn Fiegenbaum, ROW THREE: Wayne Peck, Mike Gallager, Joyce Stegall, Brad Hofeditz, Nick Pendergrass, Eldon Martin, Karen Whatley, Mrs. Crocker. LEFT: Carolyn Fiegenbaum, Karen Kesl, Judy Harris, Michael O'Hare, MIDDLE: Karen Kesl, Michael O'Hare, LOWER RIGHT: Carolyn Fiegenbaum, Joyce Stegall, Eldon Martin, Brad Hofeditz. Nick Pendergrass rewards pArsembly VARSITY TENNIS FRONT ROW: Left to Right, Dave Brunnworth, ROW: Coach Miller, Spencer Moore, Jeff Wohlford, Kenny Albrecht, Dave Hunter, Steve Mihalic, Tom Puhse, Terry Anderson, BACK Richard Helm, Terry Neubauer, Menzie Cliff. Teunce The returning lettermen around whom Coach Miller built his Menzie Cliff and Dave Brunnworth team up in a double match as squad are Steve Miholic, Richard Helm, and Tom Puhse. Rich Helm practices his singles game. This year's tennis squad had a creditable year. Since 8 of the 10 lettermen will be returning next year, the outlook for the 1963-64 squad is very good, The view of the court taken from the third floor window of the school building. Steve Miholic returns a difficult serve. TRACK SQUAD FRONT ROW: Manager Rich Wheeler, Jack Fish, Bob Michel, Bob Slemer, Bob Senn, Bob Gordon, Jim Brown, Jeff Bob Hoskins, Wayne Henderson, Bob Agles, Bob Nelson, Ken Brown, Bill Foster, Curt Deal. THIRD ROW: Ken Hesdra, Roger Cassens, Bob Weise, Ron Schmidt, Dennis Speckman, K en Weiduwilt, Rezabek, Steve Fruth, Glen Bradford, Rick Woolridge, Don Spencer, Charles Killion, Jim Krejci, Manager Stuart Ozier. SECOND ROW: Gary Strader, Bill Hyten, Larry Gholston, Gary Finke, Jim Hoskins, Coach Price, Jim Jumper, Scott Brooks, Bob Harris, Bill Blind, " Corky " Wahl, Coach Isselhart, Track aed Sa I — —— - - Ron Schmidt is shown exactly even with an East St. Louis runner after the half- mile race, This race was declared a tie between the two runners. First place winners for the Tigers in the County meet at Alton were Wayne Henderson, Broad Jump; Bob Hoskins, Discus; and Bob Slemer, Pole Vault. This was a hard year on E.H.S, track records, as four of them were broken, Bob Michel broke his own 180-yard low hurdles record; Bob Hoskins bettered his own dis- cus mark and also the existing shot-put record; and Wayne Henderson leaped toa new broad jump mark, Hoskins and Henderson won the right to represent the school and themselves in the State High School Track Meet. Bob did not place in the discus competition, but Wayne placed second in the broad jump, FRONT ROW: Dave Schwalb, Jack Lewis, Larry Schaake, Bernard Koch, Rich Noll, Manager-Larry Thompson, THIRD ROW: Manager- Williams, Dick Gerber, Ken Burns, Terry Jones. SECOND ROW: Danny Hofeditz, Dave Dietzel, Gary Campbell, Gary Kotva, Bob Dick Carter, Rich Lohr, Al Vest, " Dugie " Kane, Ron Daube, Gary Paproth, Steve Peterson, Dave Bopp, Tom Mareing, Coach Hutton, BGaccball Most of the success of this year's baseball team is due directly to the high caliber of its pitchers namely Al Vest, Dave Bopp, and Ron Daube. Here Vest is shown delivering one of his pitches during a game at Leclaire Field. Y a+ ol ae ee ——) od ie ee : STRIKE THREE!! This year's Tiger baseball team was one of the best squads of recent years, It finished second in the con- ference behind Granite City, Our Tigers won their district and regional tournaments, but lost to Granite in an extra inning game in the sectional at Staunton, Good pitching was the key to the success of the Hutton- coached group, The team had a low batting average, but was good enough to come up with the timely base hits. BGasceball : % Gary Kotva is shown finishing a swing on which he om : ey aa ; y te , hit a line drive to left for a base hit. = @ 4 ‘ . = oe « Meo tar t ENTRANCE PROGRAM DANCE KING AND QUEEN MOVIE 7 res F x eT | mre intra | | Page Sponsors: RENKIN'S INC, WEILER AND SONS WILDEY THEATER MRS, EVELYN DUGGER v. James Nettleton, Father Louis Elbow and the Re Y Nw 8 XY Re N g ™ g 9) ®» g a) af ails Hitt Mr. Roy Fruit presents diplomas to John Dutton, Pat Parker John Cwan and Richard Helm. Sharon Bond Carole Strader 1965 Commencement BANK OF EDWARDSVILLE 103 Purcell St. Phone 656-0057 Page 6 BOB'S BAND BOX CLEANERS AND LAUNDERERS 112 S, Main St. Phone 656-6028 Page 4 CAMPING TRAILER SALES North Main St. Page 4 DALE'S BARBER SHOP 118 E, Vandalia Phone 656-3034 Page 4 DUGGER, MRS, EVELYN 136 N, Fillmore St, Phone 656-2943 Page 20 FLAGG, WILLARD G, Civil and Structural Engineer 116 A St. Louis St. Phone 656-4166 Page 3 Spring sort Exhibdt Interested Spectators peduertisers Judex H.B. AUTO SALES 1903 N. Main St, Phone 656 2698 Page 3 HICKS OILS Buchanan and Schwartz Streets Phone 656-9800 Page 3 KAYS BEAUTY AND BARBER SHOP 106 S, Main St. Phone 656-0286 Page 3 KLUETER FEED STORE, INC, Troy Road Phone 656-6374 Page 5 MONTCLAIRE BALLWEG DRUG STORE 1526 Troy Road Phone 656-3435 Page 3 NORTH SIDE DRIVE-IN North Main St, Page 3 ORMAN STANDARD SERVICE STATION 201 E. Vandalia St. Phone 656-9720 Page 5 RENKIN CONSTRUCTION CoO, Old Alton Road Phone 656-2451 Page 5 RENKIN'S INC, 229 N. Main St, Phone 656-0887 Page 20 N.W, ROSENTHAL AGENCY Insurance and Realtor 217 S. Buchanan St, Phone 656-6164 Page 5 WEILER AND SONS Texaco Service 302 E, Vandalia St. Phone 656-2163 Page 20 WILDEY THEATER 252 N. Main St. Phone 656-1573 Page 20 t “ , a , “Wes q » x “0, . ‘ of “ ‘ ' y eg nk ha : gins, Ta so iy Ry be 4 oy cai ee ee Pk , oe im R Me , g el welt ‘ rm ™ ay ; Vind: f OM a } 4 J 4 eek r , ie MRS Y . i WY wit ff fi ae 4 % ra i ae, ea ‘ eae i ‘ : ‘ . rae 1 % Q = Ns r r .. : yy i : 7} 4 ah ¥ : es ieee ala, | a al Pr j SP “ i t ’ “ 1s oat EE


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