Edwardsville High School - Tiger Yearbook (Edwardsville, IL)

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EDWARDSVILLE HIGH SCHOOL Edwardsville, [Illinois Volume Fifty-One MRS, ALICE CROCKER MISS ALETHA SMISER Dedication The 1964 TIGER is respectfully dedicat- ed to Mrs. Alice Crocker and Miss Aletha Smiser. During their years at Edwardsville High School they both have exemplified the fine qualities of patience, humor, wisdom, and dedication so important in the teaching profession. Mrs. Crocker has shared willing- ly with her pupils her love and knowledge of speech and dramatics and Miss Smiser has provided sound basic training for a count- less number of girls in the field of secretarial service. To these two fine teachers we extend our sincere gratitude and best wishes. t - anit set wr. ee Edwardsville looks into the future, and through the noise and confusion of construction sees the beginning of a modern addition to her crowded High School. Table of Contents Academics ... 1s. Organizations .... 4: ee Activities .... Pottraite .... The yearbook staff proudly presents tothe students of Edwardsville High School the 1964 TIGER, This book is a record of the events of one year in our lives at E.H.S, As time passes and as memories grow dim, this annual will serve as a reminder of days gone by but not forgotten. To the graduating class of 1964, may the fifty-first edition of the TIGER be an especially memorable one. A C A D E M C S SOCIAL STUDIES LANGUAGES HEALTH AGRICULTURE DRIVER EDUCATION PHYSICAL EDUCATION INDUSTRIAL ARTS HOMEMAKING NATURAL SCIENCE ART BUSINESS EDUCATION MATHEMATICS Jimmy Hoskins prepares a sketch for artclass. Art Art seeks to develop the sense of beauty and the creative ability that give life meaning. The art course at Edwardsville High School is designed to benefit students who want to study art for their own enjoy- ment as well as those students who will use art in their vocations, Industrial Arts The industrial arts courses provide an opportunity for boys to gain skills in working with wood, metals, electricity, and in using com- mon tools and machines. These skills will enable them to acquire better and higher paying jobs in these fields. A last minute touch up for a still life chalk drawing. PAGE SPONSORS EDWARDSVILLE LUMBER CO, HOLIDAY INN Mr. Cole demonstrates the proper use of a lathe to a metals class. An agriculture student applies his knowledge to the repair of the tractor. Agriculture Through classroom work and their own farm projects, Vocational hee are Agriculture students gain experience which will help them manage their own successful farms. They study the correct methods of raisin; LEU'S IGA MARKET livestock, farm management, farm financing, and farm mechanical problems. LIBSON SHOPS, INC, LEONA'S BEAUTY SHOP MELODY BAR Homemaking In home economics a girl studies and applies her knowledge in sewing, cooking, interior decorating, nutrition, and child care, all of which will help her in later life, Two future homemakers serve a buffet to club mem- Kathy Gremer and Honna Gibson prepare the Future bers. Homemakers of America bulletin board. vi Future secretaries take dictation. Sharon Fencel, Debby Hartung, and Sharon Gremer do some quick addition on the school's adding machines. Business Education dents for work during high school Economics, general business, d and earning a living in the business typing, shorthand, bookkeeping, an clerical practice prepare E.H.S. stu- world after graduation. PAGE SPONSORS OVERBECK'S WALLPAPER AND PAINT RENKEN'S STORE FOR YOUNG MEN SALLY ANN BAKERY " Gosh, another mistake! " " Ready? " Mr. Hutton's class tests their eyesight for future driving. , Lerten. 3 DeArle Suhre, Janet Lambert, and Myra Highlander play " Robin Hood. " Susan Trebingand Loretta Burgett explain the struc- ture of the heart to one of Miss Beckman's health classes, Physical Education Through the physical education program at Edwardsville High School the student develops co-operation, good sportsmanship, a sense of fair play, and leadership as well as co-ordination and endurance. Driver's Education Through actual classroom study and behind the wheel training the student realizes the importance of good driving, safety, and courtesy on the road. Health In health classes students study proper health and safety habits mental illnesses, balanced diets, good grooming, and first aid. PAGE SPONSOR: CHAPMAN AND YOUNG EDRAY FOODS, INC. Gerald Morrison weighs his chemicals. Science " Don we now our rub- ber aprons. " PAGE SPONSORS DELORES NUERNBERGER BEAUTY SHOP MOORE AND STORK CLEANERS AND FURRIERS MADISON STORE MIDWEST LOAN COMPANY Advanced Chemistry students crowd around a lab table. Physics doesn't puzzle these bright boys. Students of Mr. May's geometry class watch fellow students put proofs on the blackboard. Mathematics The mathematics courses at Edwardsville High School range from Algebra I to Trig- onometry and Solid Geometry. Our three year mathematics curriculum offers courses that will satisfy every student's needs. PAGE SPONSORS GLIK'S DEPARTMENT STORE IMBER'S MEN'S WEAR Terry Anderson explains an Advanced Algebra problem to his class. The trigonometry class concentrates on a difficult " Here, let me show you, Mr. Elam. " problem. David Bopp and John Cunningham explain a bulletin board display of new book jackets to aneconomics class. Mr. Hutton's World geography class looks into the to- pography of the middle western United States. Mr. Gass delivers a challenging lecture to interested note hand students. Social Studies In the social studies department the events of the past are studied to gain understanding in solving the problems of the future, The student is taught to accept his responsibility in facing the industrial, social, economic, and political problems which will confront him. PAGE SPONSORS FABRIC CENTER FREDMAN BROS, FURNITURE VererE KENNEDY ASSASSIAATED I DALLA Rye VOHNSON TAKES OAI American History students give serious thought to an event that will take an important place in our country's story. Sally Kernahan makes a special report to her Ameri- can History Class. | 4 oe Pal Lights, camera, action! Languages The English department at Edwards- ville High School trains us to express what we feel and believe and teaches us one of the most essential parts of our American way of life--freedom of speech. A mastery of our language alone is no longer sufficient; we must learn to speak the languages of others. To fulfill this demand the student at E.H.S, can study Latin, French, Spanish, or German, " Get to work, John! " ee All eyes on Ralph Lange. E.H.S. Spanish students com- plete an edition of “El Tigre. " Mrs. Isaacs helps her English Es- F sentials students. ) y + STUDENT COUNCIL BAND PUBLICATIONS CHOIRS OFFICE CLUBS O R G i N Z A, T O N S 2 | HER TOP ROW: Mrs. George, Betty Brockmeier, Karla Jackie Noll. SECOND ROW: Dennis Fagan, Martha Meyer, Joe Sidener, Chuck Fruit, Rich Noll, Louie Boyle, Mary Jane Gusewelle, Sondra Wildgrube, Jean Hartman, Rich Bunte, Roy Danaher, Monty Gusewelle, Jean Brown, Linda Hansen. THIRD ROW: Mike Traband, Pat Justice, Lynn Heidinger, Jean Moore, Kathy Rigler, Anne Jenkins, Jack Lewis, Corky Wahl, Jan Poneta, Eberle, Reta Sawyer, Adrienne Stafford, Linda Tabor, Barbara Paproth, Darcy Randall, BOTTOM ROW: Harriet Landwehrmier, Candy Blackburn, Donna Braasch, Rae VanHooser, Judy Bollinger, Yuzo Takada, Jackie Winkle. Student Council Each year the roll rooms elect their representatives to the student council. The objectives of the student council are to en- courage leadership and to promote good citize nship and sportsmanship among the students. The Student Council serves as a governing body to improve relationships between students, faculty, and administration. PAGE SPONSORS SOUTHWESTERN ELECTRIC CO—OPERATIVE INC, SUHRE'S GAS AND APPLIANCE Co, 20TH CENTURY SPORTING GOODS 1 Rich Noll; VAN'S D—-X SERVICE Betty President, Secretary, Dickmann. Vice-President, Darcy Randall; Brockmeier; Treasurer, Benny re you paying attention? - Butler is propoSing a problem for the Council to consider. Rich outlines the problem as Betty hurriedly takes notes. Brown and Sponsor, Mrs. George gives her opinion. BACK ROW: Vincent Drexelius, Bob Kurmann, Benny Rita Hackett, Sharon Nemnich, Renee Cunningham, Mary Dickmann, Joe Sidener, Dennis Speckman, Dan Hellrung. Jo Hoover, Mrs. Warmbrodt: FRONT ROW: Marian ROW TWO: Donna Storm, Betty Brockmeier, Susan Correll, Lynn Heidinger, Sharon Ventress, Kay Hopkins, Schreiber, Jean Wopat, Linda Hansen. ROW THREE: Darcy Randall. Tiger Staff By taking pictures, planning layouts, writing copy and selling ads, the Yearbook Staff coordinated imagination and hard work to produce the 1964 Yearbook. PAGE SPONSORS: OSCAR SCHMIDT AGENCY SCHMIDT, HOMANN, BROWN REAL ESTATE SCHULZE AND BURCH BISCUIT CO. SCHUMACHER'S MOBIL SERVICE Editor Lynn takes time out to laugh at a joke. ee y : = + 4 i b wel) V4 4 a: v H Have you ever seen boys work so ha rd? Lynn looks on as Rita, Linda, and Jean select pictures. PAGE SPONSOR; FIRST FEDERAL SAVINGS AND LOAN Lynn helps Betty decide which picture is the best, TOP ROW: Rose Gibson, Betty Brockmeie r, Kathy Krouge, Gloria Grubaugh, Barbara Parker, Karen Wahl. Wells, Mary McGee. THIRD ROW: Mary Jo Hoover, BOTTOM ROW: Judy Kooker, Sue Cherry, Judy Rita Hackett, Martha Lamb, Candy Mudge, Carol Suhre, Lischmann, Harriet Landwehrmier. Kathy Solomon. SECOND ROW: Miss Thompson, Lois Tiger Times The staff of the Tiger ‘Times not only helps create unity in the school by publicizing events and ideas at E.H.S., but it also tries to influence and entertain. The staff gains valuable journalistic experience by writing news stories, feature ar- ticles, and editorials. PAGE SPONSORS WEBER FUNERAL HOME WELLS TIRE SALES, INC, WESTERN AUTO ASSOCIATE STORE WILDEY THEATRE Betty seeks advice from Miss Thompson while editing her page. STAFF POSITIONS: News Editor ....... Betty Brockmeier Editorial Page ee ete Kathy Wells Feature Editor ........ Mary McGee Sports Editor .... . . Harriet Landwehrmier Advertising Editor .... Judy Lischmann Azt Editor ..:s s%s.0%s.5s. Rose Gibson rIGER TIMES hard at work. Karen types for TIGER TIMES. Kathy discusses a page layout with Miss Thompson. Don't just sit there, Harriet --- work! French Club The French Club is made up of students who either have taken or are taking French, Their purpose is to learn more a- bout the culture of the French people. The French Club usually attends a play or movie in St. Louis. President, Darcy Randall; Vice- Boyle, Mary Ashauer,Audrey Witschie, Raé Van President, Jan Hooser, Warren Kirkoff. BOTTOM ROW: Janice Poneta; Kline, Jan Poneta, Marilyn Stolze, Darcy tary, Marilyn Randall, Lynita Hartley, Lou Ann Meredith. Stolz; Treasurer, ; . Lynita Hartley. TOP ROW: Bob Elberson, John Guthrie, Terry Reynolds, Bill Hanke, Bob Eck, Linda Bussman, SECOND ROW: Jim Eilers, John Rotter, Kenny Cochran, Barb Quade, Barb Stephens, Nona Stevens. THIRD ROW: Miss Cunningham, Karen ’ oecre- TOP ROW: Bill Hansen, Gary France, David Christofferson, Dave Ratzlaff, Larry Wilsman, Dave Barr, Mike Roberts, John Yack, John Luckett, Tom Moran, Jim Borgstede, Gary Eberhardt. SECOND ROW: Diane Schwuchow, Don Clevenger, Mike Gent, Mary Ann Pittman, Dennis Hemann, Steve Skinner, Ann Jenkins, Donna Nischwitz, Beverly Holtmann, Steve Jellen, Allan Reiter, Dennis Seivers. THIRD ROW: Randy Schnack, Ann Hartley, Mike Harbry, Gaill ando, Coleen Munzert, Carol Bangert, Sharon Alyward, Rodney Koch, Fred Simms. FOURTH ROW: Donna McCracken, Julia File, Sherry Buhrmester, Bev Cooper, Ralph Well, Linda Redford, Carol Pape, Karen Colbert, Karma Becker, Jean Moore, Mary Ellen York, Mr. Conkright. SEATED: Vice-President, Karlyn Klopmeier; Treasurer, Mickey Ingram;Secretary, Susan Paproth; President, David Hug. Sturley, Mary VanHooser, Cindy Warren, Kathy German Club Members of the German Club partici- pate in activ- ities to broad- en their know- ledge of the German people and customs, First and sec- ond year Ger- man students are eligible for membership. Spanish ahs Club iO enrich the members knowledge of Spanish cus- toms, lan- guage, and be- liefs, reports are given and guest pro- grams. sched- uled, Anyone that has taken or is taking , Spanish is eli- a gible for mem- : bership. : BACK ROW: Mr. Wilson, Alan Thatcher, Steve Burrus, Loretta Burgett, Karen Wahl, Dianne Burian, Jim Casey, Lawson Thorton, Ron Kuethe, Allaria, Jeanne Kreige, Rita Hackett, Susan Steve Menoni, Jim Walker, John Jellan, Dave Fitzpatrick, Margie Martin, Dee Burroughs, Phyllis Peay wes Al Tretter, Gary Koch, Bob Myers, Honchak, Sally Key, Mike Dawson, Lionell Hairston. Guy Schmidt, Gary Head, Ron Erb, Jerry Creek, FOURTH ROW: Terry Klingel, Yuzo Tak ada, Shirley Jim Turner. SECOND ROW: Richard LaBardi, Susie Fuller, Vicky Schrodt, Susie Stubbs, C andy Bode, Cheryl Jellan, DeArle Suhre, Gail Blackburn, Jane Bunte, Claire Handlon, Sandy Giacomelli, Kathy Wells, Bob Kurmann, Greg Saboff, Judy Sines, Kathy Saboff, Kathy Garde, Hickey, Keita Leibler ,Pat ‘Stolze, Marilee Burrus, Dennis Terry, Roger Diepholz, Miss Cunningham. Morris Chapman, Steve McMichael, Gary Lane, SEATED: Craig Blume, Treasurer; Jan Turner, Robbie Slemer. THIRD ROW: Ronna. Brockmeier, Secretary; Jack Lewis, Vice- President; Benny Mary Ann Slemer, Mary Ann Bernhardt, Martha Dickman, President, TOP ROW: David Paur, DavidCruse, Harold Farnoff, Sandra Wheeler, Pat Moorman, FOURTH ROW: Jack Mareing,Don Sullivan, Rick L ynn, Jack Hoover Mary Jo Hoover, Martha Boyle, Peggy Sartoris, Johnny Caban, Mike Drake. SECOND ROW: Jean Kathy Rombach, Sondra Wildgrude. SEATED: Rich Eberle,, Mary Dain, Marilyn Henry, Rana Bode, Bridwell, Treasurer; Gloria Grubaugh, Secretary; Jean Wehrend, Karla Meyer, Myra Highlander, Mrs. Carol Helm, Vice-P resident; Kathy Solomon, Presi- Boucher, THIRD ROW: Pat Parker, Mary Jane dent. Gusewelle, Nancy Pence, Mike Henry, Linda Klueter Latin Club During the meetings of Latin Club they study Roman History, and probe deeper into the lan- guage of Latin. Anyone taking Latin or who has taken Latin is eligible for membership. National Honor Society NEW MEMBERS FIRST ROW: Werner Clark, Phyllis Eden, Rose Ed Small, Kathy Wells, Jean Wopat, Gary Eberhard SECOND ROW: Gary Balke, Jean Brown, Dee Burroughs, The Edwardsville chapter of the National Honor Society was organized in the spring of 1963. Juniors and seniors who have an average of B are candidates for membership. The eligible candi- dates are then rated by the faculty on their leadership, character, and service. Twenty per cent of the senior candidates and ten percent of the junior candidates are selected, The purpose of the organization is to create an enthusiasm for scholarship, to stimulate a desire to render ser- vice, to promote leadership, and to develop character in the stu- dents of Edwardsville High School. TOP ROW: Joe Niccolussi, Gary Gillig, Ken Poos, Ed Bosch, Guy Wood, Wayne Kennedy, Sheldon Wille, Dave Dietzel, Danny Smith, Dick Hoover. SECOND ROW: Jerry Moore,DanHolliday, Monte Gusewelle, Steve Fruth, Kenny Seaton, Kathy Solomon, Chuck Fruit, Ginger Dustmann, Lynn Kempher. THIRD ROW: Bonnie Mottar, Mary Jo Hoover, Martha Lamb, Candy Mudge, Sharon Nemnich, Philip Moody, Roger Seals, John Speciale, Vince Scott. FOURTH ROW: Mary Jenkins, Sue Wolfe, Gloria Grubaugh, Lois Krouse, Judy Kooker, Carolyn White, Jackie Winkle. SEATED: President, Rich Bunte; Vice-President, Bill Lucco; Secretary-Treasurer, Judy Schneider. Social Studies Club Math Club TOP ROW: Ray Stoces, Jack Mareing, KenGregor, Eric: Dippold, Don Sullivan, Bill Hanke, Roy Danaher, Ken Dodds, Bill Gau, John Mehl, Dave Brunworth, SECOND ROW: Penny Meyer, Sharon Ventress, Karla Meyer, Linda Bussman, Linda Brubaker, Carol Helm, Renee Cunningham, Jean Wopat, Kris Corl, Jean Brown, Carol Suhre, Ed Small. THIRD ROW: Bev Richards, Sharon Lantz, Fred Schrage, Mike Newton, Alan Sheppard, David Hunter, Werner Clark, Dick Gerber, Nancy Pence, Linda Branding. FOURTH ROW: Lynn Heidinger, Kay Hopkins, Jean Eberle, Marla Olms, Martha Boyle, Dennis Holiday, Barbara Parker, Gary France, Menzie Cliff, Mr. Elam. SEATED: President, Dan Hellrung; Vice-President, Phyllis Eden; Secretary-Treasurer, Bob Dawson. The objec- tive of the So- cial Studies Club is to dis- cuss current events, geog- raphy, and views on top- ics of history. Anyone inter - ested in So- cial Studies may beamem- ber of the club. The objec- tive of the Math Club is to give its members a broader scope of the science of mathemat - ics. They ac- quire more knowledgeof math through student pro- rams and uest spon- ors. TOP ROW: Miss Smiser, Carol Saboff, Carol Gower, Jane Halbe, Linda Linksvayer, Beverly Gusewelle, Janet Meyer, Janet Brunnworth, SECOND ROW: Sandy Saboff, Janet Franklin, Mary Jo Meek, Jean Reid, Judy Suhre, Chris Renken, Brenda Scherff, THIRD ROW: Marlene Buesser, Pat Justice, Bonnie Tegmeier, Barbara Henry, De Ellen Nicholson. FOURTH ROW: Carol Scheibe, Erene Noto, Marie DeConcini, Sharon Giezelman. SEATED: Margie Crabtree, Judy Merkel, Memory West, Donna Braasch, OFFICERS: President, Margie Crabtree; Vice Presi- dent, Donna Braasch; Secre- tary, Judy Merkel; Treasurer, Memory West, Business Education Club Members of the Business Education Club are those who exhibit an interest in the study of modern business operations and phases of today's business world. PAGE SPONSORS EDWARDSVILLE FROZEN FOODS EAKER'S BARBER SHOP h ard hs ’ | b EVELYN'S BEAUTY SALON Tec niciaqans U EDWARDSVILLE SHOE SERVICE Members of the Technicians' Club are chosen on the basis of skill. These boys operate the school's public address system, provide music in the cafeteria and for bean dances, and help with the technical angle of various other school activities. TOP ROW: Mike Berner, David Gerdt, Rich Schwehr, Larry Smith, Don Atkinson, Lionel Zimmerman, Larry Wagner. SECOND ROW: Bob Spengel, Ray Schloss, Bob Gusewelle, Jim Walter, Denny Paul, Mike Skinner, Bruce Neudecker, Gary Stromeier. THIRD ROW: Dennis’ Kilmurry, Jay Rizzoli, Jay Smith, Tom Lewis, Jim Peck, Gary Hertel, David Motts. SECOND ROW: Mr. Reuscher, E. J. Schwager, Bill Wescott, Tom Webb, George Peo, John Lane, Bill Fruit. BOTTOM ROW: Fred Simpson, Henry Mullane, Bob Heidinger, OFFICERS: President, Henry Mullane; Vice Pres- ident, Fred Simpson; Sec- retary-Treasurer, Bob Heidinger,. Debate Club President, Betty Van Winkle; Vice-Pres- ident, Judy Kooker; Secretary, Martha Boyle; Treasurer, Linda Hansen, TOP ROW: Sharon Ventress, Barb Wood, Susan Richards, Lynn Heidinger, Deanna Gould, Jean Schreiber, Gary Gillig, Guy Wood, Wayne Kennedy, Eberle, Linda Redford, Nancy Pence, Bernice Dan Hellrung, Carol Helm, Ann Sterling, EdSmall. Townsend. BOTTOM ROW: Kathy Hodapp, Judy SECOND ROW: John Cunningham, Connie Zimmer, Kooker, Betty Van Winkle, Martha Boyle, Barbara Anne Jenkins, Renee Cunningham, Sharon Lantz, Parker, Karyle Moore, Shirley Cullipher, Jean Linda Hansen, Bonnie Wade, Priscilla Mitchel. Moore. : : THIRD ROW: Mrs. Isaacs, Carolyn White, Beverly PAGE SPONSOR: In its first year at E.H.S., the Debate METCALF INSURANCE AND REAL ESTATE CO, Club studied the fundamentals of formal F.W, WOOLWORTH debating in preparation for competing in ORMAN'S STANDARD SERVICE debate tournaments with other schools. TOP ROW: Ed Bosch, Mike Willis, Tom Young, Doug Mayfield, Jim Peck, Dave Motz, Larry Joe Sidener, Rich Bunte, Denny Paul. SECOND Sabol. BOTTOM ROW: Tom Lewis, Louis ROW: Larry Heflin, Gary France, Hal Yates, Simpson, Carl Reiter, Mike Gent. Lee Picklesimer. THIRD ROW: Jim Knecht, Audio- Visual Aids Club | | Under the di- rection of mem- bers of the Audio-Visual Aras Club, movie projec- tors and oth- er audio-visual machines are efficiently op- erated to pre- sent educa- tional films for E.H.S. stu- dents. ut -— J ¥ “a | : s re p= s + 3 : a Varsity Cheerleaders Margie Martin, Darcy Randall, Sharon Nemnich, Sharon Ventress, Martha Lamt ), Harriet Landwehrmier, The cheerleaders cheer the Tigers Javee Cheerleaders The cheerleaders cheer the Tigers on to seasons, Darcy Randall cheers in a football pep assembly. 7: Vicki Schrodt, Mary Van Hooser, Judy Henderson x TOP ROW: Mary Jenkins, Darcy Randall, Janet Witt, Judy Vicki Albl, Memory West, Marcia Henke, Carol Lando, Lischmann, Sharon Vieth, Kathy Miller, Nancy Weeks, Lois Betty Brockmeier, Jackie Winkle, Linda Allaria, FRONT Horstman, Linda Bunte, Judy Bollinger. ROW TWO: Kathy ROW: Senadee Cruse, Jean Wopat, Phyllis Eden, Sharon Wells, Linda Hansen, Jane Suhre, Susan Schreiber, Gail Lantz, Margie McLean, Kathy Kuchta, Judy Burnett, Jo Ann Giacomelli, Lynnea Haynes, Barbara Henry, Janet Woods, avis, Diane Dale, Joanne Gillig. Janet Keck. ROW THREE: Mary Ann Kyro, Linda Strader, PAGE SPONSORS STAHLY CARTAGE STATE SECURITY INSURANCE Se n i or G A A MRS. MULLEN, Sponsor G.A.A. is an all-girl or- ganization which stimulates interest in athletics, and pro- motes good sportsmanship. This year's activities in- cluded trampoline, speed-a- way, bowling, volleyball, bad- minton, archery, tennis, and fencing. TOP ROW: Donna Storm, Mary Jo Meek, Margie Fleming, Carol Gower, Sandy Gili, Barb Tosovsky, Bonnie Schafer, Carolyn White, Mary Dean, Vera Luttrel, Kathy Davis, Delores Terry, Faye Fultz, Carla Schipkowski. ROW TWO: Ginger Dustman, Sharon Ketcham, Sally Kernahan, Connie Busker, Diana Busch, Shirley Cullipher, Freddie Hogue, Judy Merkel, Jo Ann Langendorf, Vicki Gallagher, Janet Meyer, Carol Suhre, ROW THREE: Pam Wiechman, Cheryl Barnsback, Beverly Gusewelle, Jean Reid, Kristine Renken, Candy Mudge, Lois Krouse, Gail Rogers, Mary Junior G.A.A. TOP ROW: Claire Handlon, Jane Nischwitz, Jackie Noll, Diane Allaria, Marilyn Henry, Bev Richards, Lynita Hartley, Sandy Schwab, Rana Bode, Kay Kribs, Mary Dain. ROW TWO: Bev Cooper, Karen Colbert, Jean Wehrend, Carma Becker, Sondra Wildgrube, Myra Highlander, Ronna Brockmeier, Linda Brubaker, Linda Redford, Mary Ann Pittman. ROW THREE: Carol Harrison, Cindy Warren, Audrey Witchie, Sherry Buhrmester, Katherine Garde, Donna Durham, Mary Stolte, Sue Cherry, Cathy Rood, Barb Stephens. ROW FOUR: Bonnie Mottar, Jean Moore, Pat Schrader, Cathy Schutz, Erene Noto, Sue Dean, Cheri Houba, Jean Brown, Judy Schneider, Judy Henderson, Jean Kriege, Gloria Jones. ROW FIVE: Elizabeth Weber, Janet Franklin, Shirley Helmkamp, Aleta Cress, Pat Stolze, Keita Liebler, Dee Burroughs, Shirley Fuller, Jane Turner, Jane Halbe, Joice Burgett. FRONT ROW: Carol Schiebe, Gail Cox, Marilyn Lucas, Barb Wood, Donna Braasch, Jane Bunte, Sharon Nemnich, Margie Martin, Rita Hackett, Marilyn Hlavsa, Linda Taber. Sophomore G.A.A. Ann Slemer, Terry Kessel, Susie Bode, Bonnie Biarkis. ROW FOUR: Ann Jenkins, Adrienne Stafford, Pat Parker, Donna Nischwitz, Sharon Alyword, Karla Meyer, De Arle Suhre, Judy Noud, Mary St rackeljahn, Janet Lambert. FRONT ROW: Susie Stubbs, Donna McCracken, Candy Blackburn, Barbara Howells, Linda Bussman, Vicky Schrodt, Barb Parker, Susie Paproth, Kris Corl, Carol Bangert. ° ° ’ F Senior Girls’ Choir TOP ROW: Karen Gusewelle, Margie Mcl an, Jan Suhre, Judy Burnett. SECOND OW: Phyllis J ier, Sally Wy ira, JoAnn Javis, Janet Keck, THIRD ROW: Carol Burjes, Kathy Gremer, Linda Bunte, Carol Messerly. FOU! ’ ROW: Linda Allaria, Janet Witt, No: Phyllis Hughes. FIFTH ls Sharon | rott, Suzann SIXTH ROW: Rosa Le lyn Jenkins, Mary Kyro, Harriet Landwehrmie1 SEVENTH ROW: Rose ( 1, Teri Taylor, Nancy Prusa, Sue Moore. EIGHTH ROW: Judy Lischmann, Nancy Weeks, Judy Land, Wanda Bickell. NINTH ROW: Janet Woods. TENTH ROW: Jeanne Gieszelmann, Carolyn Lowenstein, Susan Schreiber, Judy Bollinger. i OFFICERS: President ....... Jeanne Gieszelmann Vice President ........ Judy Bollinger eecretary . 1226s ese Stisan Schreiber Treasurer ....... Carolyn Lowenstein Junior Girls’ Choir TOP ROW: Marilee Burrus, Connee Zimmer, Cathy Rood, Gail Rogers. SECOND ROW: Pam Wiechman, Louise Straub, Linda Branding, Shirley Cullipher. rHIRD ROW: Barbara Werner, Sally Kernahan, Judy Garner, Laurel Brase, FOURTH ROW: Donna Bullard, Nancy Berends, Carol Suhre, Dee Burroughs. FIFTH ROW: Shirley Helmkamp, Aleta Cress, Barbara Stephens, Mary Eson, SIXTH ROW: Marilyn Hlavsa, Jean Kriege, Elizabeth Weber, Karyle Moore. SEVENTH ROW: Margie Martin, Sue Cherry, Pam Gass, Rebecca Sutherland. EIGHTH ROW: Gail Cox, Sharon Price, Shirley Fuller, Sue Wolfe. NINTH ROW: Susan Stepson, Linda Tabor, Diane Reiter, Dorothy Skamenca. OFFICERS: PIUHeme Qis's «'s ss do ce 2 ot os Le eee Vice PYeBigdeMm 25sec es ss SARCE PER SOCPEIOTY 5 css 5 55.0 @ % oss ee EB Preasurer ..:i:s.:0+ese2s. Barbara Paproth BACK ROW: Ronald Ratzlaff, Benny Dickmann, Kenny Albrecht, David Flack. ROW TWO: Brad Bivens, Clarence Staley, Walter Parrill, Mike Maguire, Bob Kurmann, Jack Fish, Ron Chandler, Dick Hoover. ROW THREE: Jim Little, Ken Dodds, Dave Hunter, Gary Nuernberger, Cheryl Houba, Mike Newton, John Rotter, Ron Eberhart. ROW FOUR: Jim Krieger, Steve Fruth, Floyd Bullard, Vicki Albl, Gary Winkle, Bob Heidinger, Denny Fagan, Don Clevenger. ROW Schmid. ROW SIX: Jay Rizzoli, Gloria Jones, Sally Key, Marian Correll, Judy Schneider, Rose Gibson, Mary Dean, Leslie Sickbert. ROW SEVEN: Mary Gosney, Candy Mudge, Lynnea Haynes, Lynn Heidinger, Darcy Randall, Jean Brown, Kay Hopkins, Phyllis Eden. FRONT ROW: Mary Beth Sharp, Judy Sasek, Mary Williams, Kathy Miller, Mary Jean Hutcherson, Jean Moore, Bonnie Mottar, Kathy Hartnagel. SEATED: Menzie Cliff, President; Tom Mareing, FIVE: Lynn Kempher, Terry Smith, Tom Puhse, Kenny Treasurer; Pat Stolze, Secretary. NOT PICTURED: Werner Bivens, Dennis Holliday, Martha Lamb, Kathy Rigler, Tom Clark, vice-president. SENIOR GIRLS' DOUBLE QUARTET A Cappella Choir JAMES KESSINGER, Director A Cappella Choir is an organization composed of juniors and seniors selected for their high singing ability. The first ap- pearance of the choir was the Robing Cere- mony which was held October 17th. BACK ROW: Vicki Albl. ROW TWO: Sally Key, Rose Gibson. ROW THREE: Kathy Rigler, Lynnea Haynes, Leslie Sickbert. FRONT ROW: Kathy Miller, Judy Sasek. Ensembles SENIOR BOYS' DOUBLE TRIO rOP ROW: Walter Parrill, Kenny Albrecht, Clarence Staley. BOTTOM ROW: Dave Hunter, Menzie Cliff. NOT PICTURED: Werner Clark. PAGE SPONSORS BROCKMEIER PANEL FABRICATORS, DON COFFMAN INSURANCE CoO. DILLMAN'S PAINT AND WALLPAPER DAIRY QUEEN JUNIOR GIRLS' DOUBLE QUARTET TOP ROW: Gloria Jones, Martha Lamb, Marian Correll, Lynn Kempher. SECOND ROW: Candy Mudge, Judy Schneider, Jean Brown. BOTTOM ROW: Jean Moore. JUNIOR BOYS' DOUBLE TRIO TOP ROW: Jim Little. SECOND ROW: Jack Fish, Mike Newton, Dick Hoover. THIRD ROW: Don Clevenger, John Rotter, Ensembles JUNIOR GIRLS' CHOIR ENSEMBLE TOP ROW: Cathy Rood, Carol Suhre, Linda Branding. SECOND ROW: Sally Kenahan, Linda Taber, THIRD ROW: Barbara Stephens, Shirley Fuller, Sue Wolfe. PAGE SPONSORS MRS, EVELYN DUGGER FORMALS FIGGE ZENITH RADIO AND TELEVISION GEISSLER ROOFING CO., INC, GEORGE AND DORA'S NORTH—END BARBEQUE A CAPPELLA GIRLS' TRIO Bonnie Mottar, Mary Dean, Darcy Randall SENIOR GIRLS' CHOIR ENSEMBLE TOP ROW: Jane Suhre, Judy Burnett. SECOND ROW: Linda Bunte, Sally Wydra, Phyllis Hughes. THIRD ROW: Diane Scott, Suzanne Poneta. FOURTH ROW: Rosalee Titchenal. (EDWARDSVILLE, ILLINOIS | Reserve Band CLEAON ETZKORN, Director PAGE SPONSORS BACK ROW: Mr. Etzkorn, Mike Drake. FRONT ROW: Mike NATHAN MARCUS Schuette, Donald Sheriff, Steve Mansfield. PERSONALITY BEAUTY SHOP WM, D. PIZZINI, INC, SHUPACK'S BAND BOARD BACK ROW: Mary Eson, Jean Barnsback, Mary Jenkins. FRONT ROW: Fred Simpson, Eberle, Carol Suhre, Mr. Etzkorn, Bill Gau, Cheryl Mary Williams, Judy Schneider, Bill Blind. Concert Band Cleaon Etzkorn, | AJORETTES: Donna Storm, Gloria Jones, Cheryl nsback, Barbara Boda, Judy Krome (absent). FLUTE: Kathy Solomon 4; Carol Suhre 4; Marian Correll 4; Donna Warhol 4; Penny Meyer, Jim Laricks, Sue Wolfe, Marcia Strange. BASSOON: Connee Zimmer. 4; CLARINET: Clarence Staley 4; Judy Krome (absent) 4; Jack Hoover 4; Gerald Morrison 4; Sharon Krotz 4; Nancy Pence 4; Bob Harris 4; P y Sartoris 4; Barbara Boda, Shirley Cullipher, Judy Bunt, Rosa Titchenal, (¢ Frances Kuhn, Ken Hammer, Ginger Dustmé Brenda Scherff, Chris Betts, Donna Storm, ALTO CLARINET: Jean Eberle 4; Jim Knecht. BASS CLARINET: Gloria Jones 4; Danny Hofeditz 4; Mary Dean, ALTO SAX: Bill Lucco (absent) 4; Marion Zeisset, Dich Hoover, Gloria Grubaugh. TENOR SAX: David Bode 4; Ray Gamble. BARITONE SAX: Denny Pashea 4; Tom Zeisset, CORNET: Ken Dodds 1,2,4; Judy Schneider 4; Bonnie Mottar 4; Martha Boyle 4; Bob Gordon 4; Tom Yates, Eberhart, Bill Blind, Walter Parrill, David Barr, Ka Klopmeier, Dale Bartels, Gary Franke, Jim Atkinson. FRE HORN: Carol Messerly 4; Bill Westcott, Mary Eson, Larry Modene. TROMBONE: Fred Simpson 1,2,3,4; Carl Becker 4; John Caban, Don Clevenger, John Mehl, Ron Young, Bill Gau. BARATC Mary Williams 1,2,4; Bill Ricker 4; Linda Brubaker, Ric Pass, Sharon Price. BASS: Carol Helm 4; Monte Gusewelle, Bob Heidinger 4; Ron Preloger 4; David Gerdt. PERCUSSION: Tom We 4; Mark Going (absent), Mary Jenkins 4; George Peo, Alberta Boccaleoni, Gary Hertel, CONCERT REPERTOIRE: " Pride of the Illini'' - K.L, King, " No Logers, Jim Dandies Beguine " - arr ¢ hoad iume March " - d is Waiting Colonel Bogey'' and The River Kwai Marct - Alford f he Sunshine " - Alford, " Son and Stranger " -Mendelssohn and Arnold, " South Pacific " - Richard Rog Mellow Winds " - D. Schanke Tchaikovsky 3allet'' - Anderson, ''Peter Pan Medley''- ar Walter lection - Paul Yoder, American Week i seeler, enderly " ’ - arr. Stanley Applebaum, " The Nev Morrissey, " Valdres Mar York Hippodrome John Philip Sousa, " Fidelity of the Japanese Youtt slankenburg, " 'Fingal's Cave " - Mendelssohn, " Praise tudent Yuzo J from Attila - -rdi, 'Kamennoi Ostrow Rubin Dod Concert Digest - Bill | rokofieff, ''Elsa's Processio - Harold W alters . Krance, " Rhythmoods ‘ - Georges Bizet, An original Com- eg t position ill Westcott, " Scottish Rhapsody'' - William - Duke 1gton Bocealari, ''World gers, ‘Sandpaper - Shige ikada » All-District Band All-State Nominee All-State Band All-County Band re a group of band stu- dents pose before the Bonnie Mottar, Martha Boyle, and Kenny Dodds practice their Thanksgiving concert. horn trio for the Christmas concert. Kessinger directs the boys' section. Band rehearsal , area jae ; i y he Girls' Choirs participate in the Christmas concert. A Cappella choir pays strict attention during rehearsal, TOP ROW: Mike Drake, Rich Bridwell, Ron Prelogger, Bill Harris, John Caban. BOTTOM ROW King, Wade, Sherry Cox. Mr. Judy Kessinger, Donna Paddock, Bonnie Johnson, Linda OFFICERS: President P Vice Secretary HEM LME wrest wed pe egg . Rich Bridwell Bonnie Wade Linda Cox resident Sophomore Music Listening Club The Music Listening Clubs are designed to further members' understanding and appreciation of modern and classical music. Junior-Senior Music Listening Club TOP ROW: Janice Enos, Linda Bolin, Cheri Hauba, Robbie Slemer, Ken Dodds, Clarence Staley, Louise Straub, Carol Burjes, Sharon Miller, Marilee Burrus, Deanna Gould, SECOND ROW: Pat Stine, Sally Key, Judy Sasek, Leslie Sickbert, Pat Jones, Marian Correll, Judy Schneider, Mary Jenkins, Kathy Rigler, Carla Shipkowski, Elizabeth Weber. THIRD ROW: Lee Haynes, Suzanne . ¥ OFFICERS: President Vice President Secretary Treasurer Judy Sasek Judy Schneider Elizabeth Weber Mary Jenkins Poneta, Linda Bunte, Janet Keck, Judy Krome, Carolyn Lowenstein, Jo Ann Langendorf, Pam Wiechman, Susan Fitzpatrick, Margie Fleming, Sandy Martin, Mr. Kessinger. BOTTOM ROW: Mary Beth Sharp, Mary Gosney, Rose Cerny, Diane Scott, Phyllis Hughes, Sue Wolfe, Jean Kriege, Mary Ann Novak, Marilyn Lucas, Jane Bunte, Wanda Bickell, Sharon Price, Faye Fultz. ANE Open only to juniors and seniors, the Dramatics Club studies some of the funda- mentals of drama in order to present an annual play to the student body during an assembly. Letterman's Club TOP ROW: John Parker, Jack Hoover, Rich Noll, Mike Skinner, Bob Senn, Larry Thompson, Don Spencer, Ken Albrecht, John Rojak, Tom Zeissett, Jim Krecji, Gary Strader, Dennis Speckman. SEC- OND ROW: Ken Wieduwilt, Rich Lohr, Michel, John Cunningham, John Hartman, McCann, Willard Shashek, Terry Neubauer, Dave Schumacher, Paul Gross, Jim Bennette. OFFICERS: Mr. Issel- hardt, sponsor; Gary Campbell, President; Bill Blind, Vice-Presi- dent; Tom Mareing, Treasurer; Jeff Wohl- ford, Secretary. TOP ROW: Jane Suhre, Margie McLean, Craig Blume, Albrecht, Steve Fruth, Hunter. SECOND ROW: Smith, Janet Witt, JoAnn | Gail Rogers, Trudy Snell, Wopat. THIRD ROW: Jackie Winkle, Candy Mudge, Lois Krouse, Sue Cherry, Nancy Berends. FOURTH ROW: Janet Woods, Martha Lamb, Bonnie Mottar, Mrs. Crocker, BOTTOM ROW: Mike Newton, Kay Hopkins, Kathy Wells, Jim Bennette. OFFICERS: Mrs, Crocker, sponsor, Kathy Wells, President; Jim Bennette, Vice-President; Kay Hopkins, Secretary; Mike Newton, Treasurer. Dramatics Club Members of the Lettermen's Club are boys who have earned a letter in sports. One of the club's main objectives is to pro- mote good sportsmanship among the athletes and the student body. As an annual activity, the club sponsors the Bengal Ball. ROW: Rich Wheeler, Tom Puhse, Spencer Moore, Jack Fish, Norman Schoettle, Glenn Bradford, Jim Brown. FOURTH ROW: Dan Hofeditz, Kenny Bivens, Stewart Ozier, Gareld Pendergrass, Corky Bob Wahl, Bill Hyten, Terry Jones, John Rotter, Bill Paul Rohrkaste, Mickey Brown, Mr. Isselhardt. BOT- TOM ROW: Bill Blind, Gary Campbell, Tom THIRD Mareing, Jeff Wohlford. TO! ROW: Rosé Gibson, Linda Schulte, Karen Gusewelle, Susan Rose, Ma ry inn Hairston, Judy Suhre, Judy Merkel. SECOND ROW: Kay Kribs, Susie Paproth, Martha Lamb, Darlene Brown, Pat Justice, Betty Van Winkle, Linda Bolin. THIRD ROW: Jackie Winkle, Barb Paproth, Shirley Helmkamp, Joice Burgett, Rae Van Hooser, Janet Franklin. FRONT ROW: Elaine Ranek, Sharon Ketchem, Patsy Shirley, Sandy Daggett, Carol Lando, Donna Braasch. O ffi ce G | r | S An essential student service group at E.H.S. are the office girls who gain office experience as they assist the office personnel by running errands, delivering notes, typing, and performing various other related duties. Acting as assistant librarians to Miss Vivian Thompson, members of the Library Club, through experience, learn proper library procedures as they prove themselves . b | b a valuable service group to E.H.S. Li ra ry . U Mary Bocaleoni, Judy Phyllips, Linda Branding, Sharon Fencel, Vicki Albl, Susan Rose, Mary Ann Hairston. SECOND ROW: Miss Thompson, Dolores Terry, Kathy Davis, Carol Altefoght, Sarah Ashauer, Darlene Brown. THIRD ROW: Joan Schneider, Memory West, Mary Ann Kyro, Kathy Hartnagel,, Diana Reiter, Karen Colbert, Karma Becker. BOTTOM ROW: Donna King, Judy Schneider, Connie Schmidt, Linda King. OFFICERS: Miss Thomp- son, sponsor; Connie Schmidt, President; Judy Schneider, Vice-President; Linda King, Secretary. TOP ROW: Paul Gross, Jerry Moore, Vincent Drexelius, Bob Spengal, Rich Schwehr, David Gerdt, Ken Kuethe, Ron Young, Mike Knight. SECOND ROW: Fred Simms, Karen Power, Carolyn Schmidt, Connie Busker, Lorraine Shook, Janer Schrage, Ken Hesdra, Jim Allen. THIRD ROW: Dennis Kilmurray, Claire Handlon, Photography Club President, Gareld Pendergrass; Vice- President, Brad Bivens; Treasurer, Jay Rizolli, Sec- retary, Judy Bollinger, Sondra Wildgrube, Kathy Hartley, Donna Durham, Katie Gardt, Linda Schulte. FOURTH ROW: Joan Engelman, Diane Busch, Julia File, Linda Spitze, Judy Deen, Kathy Saboff, Barbara Poe, BOTTOM ROW: Brad Bivens, Gareld Pendergrass, Jay Rizolli. Members of the Photography Club are amateur photographers who study various factors that determine the quality of pic- tures. Monthly assignments are issued and the photos are judged for merit. Members of the Carl Sandburg Club of the Future Teachers of America, which has a national charter, are students in- terested in studying the fundamentals of the teaching profession. TOP ROW: Dennis Speckman, Larry Thompson, Jeff Wohlford, Tom Mareing, Dave Dietzel, Rich Lohr, Rich Noll, Spencer Moore. SECOND ROW: Steve Menoni, Mary Jo Hoover, Linda Allaria, Lucille Kapplar, Carol Suhre, Donna .Nischwitz, Fred Schrage. THIRD ROW: Dan President, Gail Giacomelli; Vice- President, Betty Brockmeier; Sec- retary, Karen Wahl. Future Teachers of America Hofeditz, Mary Ann Pittman, Gloria Grubaugh, Cindy Warren, Nancy Frietag, Phyllis Honchak. FOURTH ROW: Nancy Weeks, Sharon Vieth, Kathy Miller, Sherry Buhrmester, Marcia Henke, Beverly Holtmann. BOTTOM ROW: Betty Brockmeier, Karen Wahl, Gail Giacomelli. ETON eH y FIRST ROW: Laurel Brase, Peggy Alyward, Joan Engelman, Jo Ann Davis, Linda Hansen, Margie McLean, Susan Schreiber, Jane Suhre, Janet Schrage, Lorraine Shook, Trudy Snell, Janice Enos, Jean Wehrend, Pam Weichman, Carol Boone, Gloria Jones. SECOND ROW: Judy Bollinger, Diane Busch, Barb Tosovsky, Jackie Noll, Kay Kribbs, Marilyn Henry, Mary Jane Gusewelle, Jean Dorsey, Sondra Wildgrube, Pat Parker, Barbara Werner, Pat Mormon, Sue Gusewelle, Chris Betts, Jeanne Giezelmann. THIRD ROW: Lou Ann Meredith, | ny) y- Nona Stevens, Sharon Vieth, Janet Woods, Sharon Considine, Judy Deen, Bernice Jones, Aleta Cress, Diane Scott, Leatrice Rice, Carolyn Hooks, Frances Kuhn, Christine Renken, Judy Lischmann, Joanne Gillig. FOURTH ROW: Carol Ann Harrison, Kathy Miller, Adrienne Stafford, Diane Singleton, Donna Lemm, Carol Vieth, Cheryl Barnsback, Kathy Hodap, Linda Seibert, Sharon Duvall, Judy Land, Vera Luttrell, Jane Nischwitz, Terry Taylor. FIFTH ROW: Mary Dean, Kathy Davis, Kathy Rigler, Carol Burgess, Connie Schmidt. oe Y , ee 2AF Future Nurses of America An interest in nursing is the only re- quirement for membership in Future Nurses of America, where two of the main activ- ities are visiting and aiding in area hospitals. OFFICERS: Presigent: ais «6 0 0s . . . Rose Gibson Vice-president . ‘fe John Handshy Treasurer ........ .. Jim Holshouser Secretary ....s «. «css 6 V@rm Barer Art FIRST ROW: Burkie Hillis, Gary Franke, Larry Smith, Louie Hartmann, Kenny West, Larry Ranek, John Lane, SECOND ROW: Harald Fornoff, Steve Martin, Larry Wehmeyer, Gary Wehmeyer, Donald Dutton, Linda Brubaker, Lynn Kempher, Kenny Hughes, Mr. Coleman, THIRD ROW: Darcy Randall, Susan Trebing, Jim Koen, OFFICERS: President, Kathy Rigler; Vice- President, Carol Burgess; Treasurer, Kathy Davis; Secreta-y, Mary Dean, The art club serves the school by de- signing scenery, bulletin boards, and other art effects for programs and special con- certs. Through the Art Club's work, an enthusiasm for art is created among other students. Club David Cruse, Penny Meyer, Donna Storm, Kris Korl, Alan Arth, Lois Horstman, Vicki Schrodt. FOURTH ROW: Diane Dale, Teri Taylor, Gail Cox, Carol] Curlee, Carol Harrison, Noreen Howells, Janet Lambert, Lee Haynes, Jeff Lewis. FIFTH ROW: Rose Gibson, John Handshy, Verla Baker, Jim Holshouser, Patty Dorsey. TOP ROW: Marie Bensa, Laurel Brase, Kathy Lane, Karen Kassing, Sharon Prott, Sandy Gili. THIRD ROW: Mary McNish, Linda Strader, Marcia Strange, Yvonne Velva Douglas, Judy Kieth, Alberta Baccaloni, Judy Stewart, Joann Pike, Diane Ostendorf, Monica Pelhank, Paddock, Sandy Cain, Shirley Fauldner, Judy Land. Sharon Zimmerman, Marilyn Jenkins. SECOND ROW: BOTTOM ROW: Sharon Ketchum, Sharon Gremer, Mary Miss Parkey, Bonnie Birakus, Linda Stone, Karen Eson, Aleta Cress, Shirley Helmkamp, Wanda Lawrence, Shaffer, Donna Burgess, Sally Kernahan, Freddie Hogue, Mary Ann Gagliardo, Hanna Gibson. Future Homemakers of America Future Homemakers of America is composed of OFFICERS: girls interested in a more detailed study of homemaking President Aleta Cress than is offered in the regular classroom course. Secretary - Sharon Ketchum Treasurer Mary Ann Gagliardo Future Farmers of America OFFICERS: Ken Linkemann, President; Ron Schmidt, Members of the Future Farmers of America meet to Vice-president; Gary Balke, Secretary; Louie Simpson, study modern farming machinery and techniques. rreasurer; Ken Gusewelle, Reporter; Karl Becker, Sen- tinel, TOP ROW: Kelly Kinder, Jim Krejci, Jim Dorsey, Terry Ruppel, Tom Hendricks, Bob Geschwin, Arthur Helmcamp, Raymond Vandalia, Ronald Eisen- berg, Bill Knecht. SEC- OND ROW: Bob John- son, Wayne Holtmann, Orville Holtman, Paul Scherff, Richard Harvil, Wayne Johnson, Rich Schmidt, Jack Franklin, Gene Posling. THIRD ROW: Tom Gusewelle, Roger Wilkening, Rich Bearden, Jim Knecht, Elmer Gilner, Allen Fisher, Perry Weber, Marvin Ziegler, Mr. Seibert. FOURTH ROW: Jim Hepke, David Meier, Ronnie Cart- right, Darrel Banken- bring, Arnold Henke, Roger Pfeiffer. SEAT- ED: Louie Simpson, Gary Balke, Ken Linkemann, Ron Schmidt, Ken Guse- , , e : , welle, Karl Becker. ; ° OFFICERS: President Barbara Paproth Treasurer Bill Hyten 5) TOP ROW: Corky Wahl, Jack Hoover, Bob Mary Jane Gusewelle, Jean Dorsey, Kay Kribs, Dustman, John Mehl, John Jellen, Albert Tretter, Sharon Alyward, Shirley Fuller, Candy Blackburn, Steve Peterson, Terry Neubauer, Chuck Fruit, Donna McCracken, Barb Tosovsky, Dee Burroughs, Dennis Sievers, Tom Puhse, Bill Hansen, Roger Keita Liebler, Pat Stolze, Sharon Nemnich. BOT- Seals. SECOND ROW: Mickey Ingram, Mike Drake TOM ROW: Jackie Noll, Rana Bode, Adrienne Roger McMurray, Cathy Rood, Rita Hackett, hase Stafford, Cherel Barnsback, Linda Taber, Barb Henderson, Ginger Dustman, Bonnie Schaeffer, Paproth, Bill Hyten, De Arie Suhre, Colleen Jean Brown, Bob Heidinger, Mickey Brown, Dave Munsert, Carol Bangert, Karma Becker, Karen Grinstead. THIRD ROW: Mr. Day, Susie Paproth, Colbert, Karen Pape. Biological Science Club Members of the Biological Science Club study, required to enter a science project in the Edwardsville through lectures, films and student programs, living High School science fair, organisms and their life processes, All members are Physical Science Club The Physical Science Club participates in programs ject in the local fair, which is sponsored annually as a concerning various branches of the physical sciences, joint project by the two clubs. Members of the club are also required to enter a pro- TOP ROW: Eric Dippold, Ge ooree Gau, Roy Schwuchow, Ken Gusewelle, Monty Gusewelle, Danaher, Tom Yates, David Hug, Larry Modene, Terry Anderson, Tom Webb, FOURTH ROW: John Yack, Clarence Staley, Bob Michel, Mike Mary Van Hooser, Carol Boone, Vera Luttrell, Skinner , Bob Dawson. SECOND ROW: Mr. Powell, Mary Dean, Carol Messerly, Phyllis Eden, Dennis Danny Smith, Don Poos, Steve Skinner, Alan Fagan. FIFTH ROW: Gerald Morrison, Gary Shepard, Ken Poos, Dale Bartels, Tom Moran, Campbell, Fred Simpson, Menzie Cliff, Vincent David Brunworth. THIRD ROW: George Peo, Ken Scott. Becker, Bill Fruit, Kathy Solomon, Diane OFFICERS: President Gary C ampbell Vice President Vince Scott Secretary : Fred Simpson Treasurer. Menzie C liff FOOTBALL CROSS COUNTRY BASKETBALL WRESTLING FIRST ROW: Jim Hoskins, Gary Campbell, Bill Blind, Joe Townsend, Bernard Williams, Bob Hoskins, Tom Mareing, Dave Schwalb, Rich Noll, Elmo Betts, Tom Cameron. SECOND ROW: Manager Rich Wheeler, Corky Wahl, Mike Skinner, Wil lard Shashak, Gareld Pendergrass, John Hartman, Terry Johnston, Charlie Hall, Bob Senn, Tom Football 1963 The co-captains for this year's team were Gary Campbell and Rich Noll. Zeissett, Dave Marti, Dick Lynn, Manager John Rojak. THIRD ROW: Coach Isselhardt, Jan Poneta, Don Poos, John Caban, Glenn Bradford, Paul Hoskins, Steve Diest, Craig Blume, Don Spencer, Jim Dohle, Dave Bar, Walter Ellis, Dave Schumacher, Rich Reinhardt, Wesley Stroup, Coach Price, and Coach Kuethe, PAGE SPONSOR A B FEED AND SEED STORE The 1963 football season began September 13 when the Madison Trojans matched their brawn with that of our fighting Tigers and were defeated 46 to 12. During the season the Tigers played ten games of which six were victories and four were defeats. The East St, Louis game proved to be the best and most exciting of the season. The Tigers concluded the year with a victory over Roxana with a score of 27 to 6. Joe Townsend was again this year the Tiger's best ground gainer; Rich Noll, the best passer; and Townsend, the best pass receiver. The lettering seniors were Elmo Betts, Joe Townsend, Bernard Williams, Gary Campbell, Tom Mareing, Tom Cameron, Bob Hoskins, Terry Johnson, Rich Noll, Dave Schwalb, Bob Senn, Mike Skinner, Bill Blind, and Charles Hall. The senior managers were Richard Wheeler and Ken Bivens. The juniors who lettered were Jim Hoskins, Gareld Pendergrass, Tom Zeisset, Don Spencer, Jim Dohle, Dave Schumacher, Rich Reinhart, John Hartman, Willard Shashack, Glen Bradford, and Craig Blume. Walter Ellis was the only sophomore to letter. Tom Zeisset, junior, received the Bruce O, Fiegenbaum Award for being the outstanding defensive linemen of the year. Coach Isselhardt shows his ends the correct way to throw a block, Madison Belleville Cathedral Wood River Collinsville East St. Louis Alton Granite City Belleville Roxana PAGE 49 PAGE SPONSOR EDWARDSVILLE AUTO DEALERS ASSOCIATION FIRST ROW: Rich Lautner, Bill Smith, Mike Simms, Fred Tate, Bob Dustmann, Dave Barr, Dennis Wilkens, Bob Ax, SECOND ROW: Mickey Ingram, Don Poos, Steve Deist, Wesley Stroup, Karlyn Klopmeier, John Caban, Walter Ellis, Rich Albl. THIRD ROW: Terry Reynolds, Jan Poneta, Dave Deist, Lester Bradford, Mike Gregg, Paul Hoskins, Gary Morton, Bill Bast, Coach Pat Price. : Be PS Sophomore Squad PAGE SPONSOR CLOVERLEAF—HOME BUILDING AND LOAN ASSOCIATION Coach Price talks to the interior linemen. FRONT ROW: Ken Weiduwilt, John Rotter, Bill Hyten, Rich Goebel, Jim Krejci, Gary Koch, Jim Bennette, Dan Hagemeister. SECOND ROW: Manager, Paul Gross; Steve Fruth, and Coach Freeland. Cross Country PAGE SPONSOR Bill Hyten leads his teammates in calisthenics in a EICKMANN STUDIO Saturday morning practice. during the hill’ shown coming uy ational meet 1S vil [ PAGE SPONSOR EDWARDSVILLE CREAMERY CO. iwardsville I | aa red Lynn, I a ch iL jae S Ri Newton, reeland, KC I V2, ROW: Coacl lexander, N Bill SECOND ‘is, ad ah ns - WRESTLING SQUAD: FRONT ROW, Curd Alexander, Paul Jim Little, Bill Rohrkaste, Chuck K illion, EdSmall, Manager Meyer, Ray Carter, Elmer Lewis, Jim Crump, John john Cunningham, and Coach Kuethe. THIRD ROW: Wesley Handshy, Buddy Terry, Roger Rice, Jeff! ewis, and manager Stroup, Mike Simms, Bob Ax, Ronnie White, Jerry Creek, ky C, Terry Jones. SECOND ROW: John Hartman, Tom Zeisset, Dennis Wilkens, Louie Hartman, and Mike Gregg. The wrestling team has a very success- : ful season, winning 11 matches while losing W re st| in only 2, both to Granite City. They finished g second in the conference and fourth in the Granite City tourney. Elmer Lewis, Jim Little, and John Hartman seem to have the controlling hand in their matches, bata As of Jan, 20, the wrestling team has won 5 of 6 matches, Edw. Opp. Dec. 2 Belleville 25 13 8 Riverview Gardens 27 22 13 9 East St. Louis 30 ] ] l Holiday Tourney Third Place Roxana 40 Granite City 15 Quincy 28 Coach Kuethe " watches over " his wrestlers-- Bill Rohrkaste, Ed Small, Jim Little, Chuck Killion, Ray Carter, and John Handshy. FRONT Danny Chuck Varsity Basketball Although this hasn't been a very successful year, our Tigers have played several exciting games. At times the team looked as good as any team inthe area. Those who attended the games will remember the rebounding ability of Hoskins and Harris, the driving layups of Suess, and the outcourt shooting of Bopp, Townsend, Phelps,and Fruit. Couch Lucco did a fine job of coaching a relatively young and inexperienced team. Laasy 29 | ‘ hah? fa ts ro. Ws Ab : ) AY . “ Z| = i s es Oe Mt “Hey rh , A td ‘ 4 « 7% - 4 JUNIOR VARSITY SQUAD FRONT ROW: Don Poos, Mickey Crook, John Mehl, Dennis Weber, and Randy Schnack. Moore, Roy Danaher, Don Spencer, Bill Michel, Ken Dodds, THIRD ROW: Bob Dustman, Gary Werner, Don Sullivan, Bill Mickey Ingram, and manager Mike Gent. SECOND ROW: Harris, Charles Blumberg, Walter Ellis, Dave Barr, and Lester Bradford, John Caban, Dave Hug, Tom Yates, Fred Coach Hutton, OPE. Highland Wood River Alton Granite City Herrin New Trier Belleville Collinsville E.St. Louis Quincy Madison Roxana Alton Wood River Granite City Belleville Collinsville E, St. Louis Litchfield Alan Cooper has just taken a shot from the floor as Gary Head moves in for the rebound. PLAYS A C T V T | 3 S DANCES PARTIES MUSICAL ACTIVITIES Choir Robing Ceremony " He's dead, Karen! " Renee Cunningham, Steve Fruth. THE CAST Junior Play " Miss Svenson! " Jane Halbe, Steve Fruth Prison Matron Bau 6 42 Judge Heath District Attorney His Secretary Flint Defense Attorney Stev ens His Secretary . Clerk of the Court Karen AnGYe . « s « w « Dy. Ritkiggg so. « Mrs. John Hutchins Homer Van Fleet Elmer Sweeney ... Nancy Lee Faulkner Magda Swenson . John Graham Whitfield . Jane Chandler .. Sigurd Junguist .... Larry ReEGan » ss « «6 Roberta Van Stenderapner . + «5 e+ Craig Blume, Miss’ Frehes is all smiles after receiving roses and another gift from the cast, “Her white gown shimmering " Jim Eilers, Glenn Russell, Mike Maguire Rensselaer PAGE SPONSORS K, D, CONCRETE MOTTAR DRUG CO. Night of January 16 directed by Miss Maryann Frehes Linda Schulte Jim Walters Glenn Russell Steve Fruth Karyle Moore Jim Eilers Pam Weichman c Rick Pass Renee Cunningham . . Fred Simms Shirley Cullipher . Mike Maguire Wayne Kaiser Dee Burroughs » «ss dane Halbe . Vincent Drexelius Ginger Dustman aes% - Boe See . Craig Blume Sue Dean Barb Wood Christmas Concert Each year the combined band and choral groups celebrate the spirit of Christmas by presenting two programs of carols and special Christmas music, one in the evening for the public and one the last after- noon of school for the student body. The public pro- gram, presented December 16, was highlighted by the nativity scene, Terry Smith gave the afternoon pro- gram a humorous touch by giving Clarence Staley some of the Figge Pudding for which he had been singing . . . in the face, PAGE SPONSORS P, N. HIRSCH CO, HOME NURSERY GREENHOUSE, INC, ILLINOIS OFFICE EQUIPMENT CO, L. S. M. BUILDERS Kenny carries ''Sexy’ anyone for an hour Ask David Hunter Kathy Wells Lois Krouse Terry Smith Janet Witt Myra Laricks Kenny Albrecht Sue Cherry Jim Bennette Kay Hopkins Trudy Snell Mrs. Crocker Mr. Jones Mrs. Simpkins Miss Brown Mr. Long Miss Green Miss Smith Mr. Hill Mrs. Hill Mr. Roberts Lizzie Student Director If Terry doesn't answer Kenny, he's in trouble. If he moves, a rtist Janet might clobber him. . i . r 7 . 4 | 2 -- Above and Below) Intelligencer photo ” ® £ a) 0 om es U Sas 5 = Jackie Winkle, Sharon Ventress, and Judy Bollinger, candidates, present the game football to the referee. Homecoming 1962 Homecoming Carolyn Figenbaum, a d Roya Escort, Larry Schaal I 4 the platfo m to ‘hes as Jackie makes her graceful bow. Intelligencer photo below) 1963 Homecoming Queen JUDY BOLLINGER Royal Escort RICH NOLL LOIS KROUSE WILLIAM LUCCO ROBERT WAHL SANDRA MARTIN GARY CAMPBELL JACQUELINE WINKLE ROBERT DAVID HUG MICHEL HARRIET LANDWEHRMIER DONNA McCRACKEN BETTY BROCKMEIER STEVEN PETERSON JUDITH HENDERSON JAMES BENNETT ANDACE BLACKBURN eae 1D oT La. JAN PONETA DIANE ALLARIA JOHN CABAN SHARON VENTRESS THOMAS MAREING 2 in ai say ve PRL SN ti gata! eae ; See estes et — BARI n ichiben pPe mad ener eee oe ne yi.) ee —— sagueeeeeee dias. —— a ee Fe hee BLE At when Ta warner oul Np mane es A AO A Bln ORT we = — are a 2 » J a ie Toe eee ba “= , ee et. eka eee ze = — —— — age Pre sai men ac eect ms Sag ed rest ree Ae ere? vere aay, NS aa wire weyers Sy siay fae ESS. SETS uit « , hie ; : . hich A ane onaon ae ree apc tela ee CREEL TSS ET ES ve re a si BEB HERS : a PETS eh we om a comonager saree meuk tae aha ae Soe al are tee 7 a ake + crennaeill prrennenas Sae ee Sen ahemen a re Am al eal haialardih detent 5 SA PES PA « OER SNARES PK LR eae Tree rN ae ee ee ee ae Dp O R + R ss + S ADMINISTRATORS PERSONNEL FACULTY SENIORS JUNIORS SOPHOMORES Administration It is the responsibility of our principal Mr. Butler,and our assist- ant principal, Mr. Foe, to keep our school running efficiently. They perform their job conscientiously with the welfare of the students in mind. We students appreciate the continuing endeavors of these men. MR, THOMAS BUTLER, Principal PAGE SPONSOR: BANK OF EDWARDSVILLE MR, JOE LUCCO Adm, Assistant Athletic Director H, S, Basketball Coach MR, RUE FOE, Assistant Principal and Dean of Boys Counselors MR, PULCHER MISS SLOAN MR. SNYDER MR. JOHNSON SEATED: Left to Right, Chester Buchta, Roy Fruit, President; Herbert Brockmeier, Secretary; A. Gordon Dodds, Superintendent of Schools. STANDING: Left to Right, Wendelin Pass, Jack Enloe, Archer Logan, Richard Kayser, Secretary Pro-Tempore; Paul, Heepke, President Pro-Tempore; John Morrisey, Jr., Board Attorney. Board of Education The job of the members of the Board of Education is to plan for the improvement of our school system. We students realize the great responsibility that these men have and are grateful to them for the fine job that they have so capably done. PAGE SPONSORS AUERBACH'S WOMEN'S APPAREL BROOKS JEWELRY BUHRMESTER WALLPAPER AND PAINT BALLWEG'S DRUGS Faculty ARTHUR APPRILI Southeast Missouri State College, B.S. in Education University of Missouri, M.A. American History, Psychology JACK ASBURY Southern Illinois University, B.S., M.S, Sociology, American History NORMA BECKMAN St. Louis University, B.S. University of Kansas City, M.A. Health, American History MARJORIE BOUCHER Southern Illinois University, B.S. in Education Latin II FRANCIS COLE Eastern Illinois University, B.S, in Education General Shop, Wood I, Metals II JOHN COLEMAN Greenville College, B.S, University of Illinois, M.A, Art THOMAS CONKRIGHT University of Missouri, B.A, German II ALICE CROCKER University of Illinois, A.B. University of Missouri, M.A. American Literature, Speech JACK ELAM Greenville College, A.B. University of Missouri M.S. : Plane Geometry, Solid GRACE CUNNINGHAM ‘ Geometry, University of LUllinois, B.A. ; rrigonometry University of Colorado, M.A, ’ Spanish [| II, French II CLEAON ETZKORN Millikin University, B.M.E. M.M.E. Instrumental Music DOLORES DAY Eastern Illinois University, B.S. in Education University of Illinois, M.S, Iyping, Shorthand RICHARD FORD Illinois State University B.S, Physical Education Drafting GAYLE DAY Eastern Illinois University, B.S. in Education University of Illinois, M.S. Biology, Advanced Biology KENNETH FREELAND Eastern Illinois University B.S., Record Keeping, Clerical Practice, Bookkeeping WALLACE DRAPER Southern Illinois University B.S. in Education ; American History, World History MARYANN GRINSTEAD Southern Illinois University, B.A. English Il, American Literature, ROBERT GASS Illinois State Normal University, B.S., M.S. Economics, Business Law, Notehand. HELEN GEORGE McMurray College, A.B. Washington University, B.S. Algebra, Advanced Algebra. A, M. GIBSON Illinois Wesleyan University, B.S. University of Michigan, M.S, Biology, Physics. ESTHER GOEDDEI University of Illinois, B.S., M.A. American History, World History, World Geography. | ANNE GREGOR Illinois State Normal University, B.S, Typing, General Business, ROSE MARIE HOEFER Southeast Missouri State ig College, B.S, Girls’ Physical Education. RICHARD HUTTON Eastern Illinois University, B.S. Washington University, M.S. Boys' Health, World Geography, Asst. Basketball Coach, Baseball Coach. SALLIE ISAACS Southern Illinois University, B.A, American Literature, English I BENNY ISSE LHARDT McKendree College, B.S. Washington University, M.S. World Affairs, Government, Driver Education, Football Coach JAMES KESSINGER Shurtleff College, B.M.E. Illinois State Normal University, M.A. Vocal Music MELVIN KUETHE Illinois State University, B.S. University of Missouri, M.S. Boys' Physical Education, Wrestling Coach JUDITH ANN GALE University of LUlinois, B.S. English | Il EUGENE LITTLE University of Tennessee, B.S., M.S. General Business, Typing, Bookkeeping ROBERT MAY Southern Illinois University, B.S. Plane Geometry ELISABETH MILLER Central Missouri State College, B.S, Colorado College of Education, M.A. Mechanical Drawing, Architectural Drawing Faculty J. D. MILLER Central Missouri State College, B.S. Colorado A. M., M.A. Metal, Wood, Tennis Coach MILDRED MORAN University of Illinois, A.B. English II MARILYNN MULLEN Eastern Illinois University, B.S. Girls' Physical Education, G.A.A. Director LUCY PARKEY Alabama College, B.S, University of Tennessee, M.S. Home Economics Family Living JAMES PAUL Simpson College, B.A, Southern Illinois University, M.S. English II English Essentials WILLIAM POWELI McKendree College, B.S. University of I[linois, M.S. Chemistry I, Advanced Chemistry PAT PRICE Eastern Illinois University, B.S. American History, Driver Education, Assistant Football Coach NORMAN RUESCHER University of Illinois, B.S. Southern Illinois University, M.S. General Shop, Electricity I, Wood I Faculty VIVIAN THOMPSON Eastern Illinois University, B.S. Indiana University, M.S. 4 Librarian 4 r . » es a] al CHESTER SEIBERT , University of Illinois, B.S., M.S. Agriculture MARGARETTE WARMBRODT Missouri Valley College, B.M. in Education, B.S. in Education Missouri University, M.A. English Essentials and Composition ALETHA SMISER Central Missouri State College, B.S. Colorado State College, M.S. Secretarial Practice, Shorthand ISABEL WOOD University of Illinois, A.B. University of Wisconsin, M.A. American Literature, English Literature ELIZABETH STOLTZ Greenville College, A.B. University of Illinois, M.S. Biology, Chemistry GEORGE WILSON (Not Pictured) LEORA THOMPSON Millsaps College, B.S. Special English II, Journalism PAGE SPONSOR EDWARDSVILLE NATIONAL BANK AND TRUST COMPANY Office Staff Mrs, Firnhaber, registrar; Mrs. Rigall, book- keeper; Mrs. Borgstede, guidance clerk; Miss Gusewelle, office secretary. Custodians Mr. Wiegand, Mr. Holtman, Mrs. Strasen, Mr. Utecht. PAGE SPONSOR MODERN LIVING RADI-HEAT Cv, Cafeteria Staff BACK ROW: Mrs. VanHooser, Mrs. Neubauer, Mr. Jett, Mrs. Buch, Mrs. Koenig, Mrs. Grosenheider, Mrs. Clark, Mrs. Paproth, Mrs. Benza, Mrs. Kuchta. FRONT ROW: Mrs. Kirchner, Mrs. Carpenter. te ) 2 ae J Yi ‘ J) Se . ' -, - : a ? . : f VICKI ALBL G.A.A. 2,3,4; Library Club 4; Librarian 4; A Cappella Choir; Operetta Cast 4; Senior Girls' Ensemble; Girls " Choir 3; Girls' Choir Sextette; Girls' Cho- rus 2; Prom Committee 3 PAGE SPONSORS MEYER RADIO AND TELEVISION SERVICE LESLEY MARKS FUNERAL HOME DON OHL OFFICE SUPPLY PEOPLES SAVINGS AND LOAN KENNETH ALBRECHT Lettermen's Club 4; Spanish Club 2,3; Audio-Visual Aids Club 2; Dramatics Club 4; Music Listening Club 2,3; A Cappella Choir 3,4; Operetta Cast 3,4; Tennis 2,3,4; Sopho- more Boys' Ensemble; Junior Boys’ Ensemble; Senior Boys' Double Trio; Homecoming Duet; All District Choir CAROL ALTEFOGT F.N.A. 2, Spanish Club 2,3, Vice President 3; G.A.A. 2,3; Library Club 3,4; Librarian 3,4 SENIOR CLASS OFFICERS: Bob Michel, Vice President; Sharon Ventress, President; Jane Suhre, Secretary; Jim Bollinger, Treas- urer, LINDA ALLARIA F.N.A. 3; F.T.A. 4; Spanish Club 2; G.A.A. 2,3,4; Photog- raphy Club 3; Girls' Choir 3, 4; Girls' Chorus 2; Prom Committee 3; Junior Play Committee 3 SARAH ASHAUER G.A.A. 2; Library Club 2,3,4; Librarian 2,3,4; Music Lis- tening Club 2 Seniors TERRY BARNETT SIA BARTHI A. 2; Spanish Club Girls' Chorus 2; Girls’ Choir 3 ELMO BETTS Football 2,3,4; Letter- men's Club 2 BILL BLIND Lettermen's Club 2,3,4, Vice President 4; Latin Club 2; Band 2,3,4, Treasurer4; Band Board 4; Football 2,3,4; Track 2,3,4 MARY BAZAILLION F.H.A. 2; Library Club 2,3,4; Librarian 2,3,4; Business Education Club 4; Cafeteria Helper 2,3,4 WANDA BICKELL Tiger Times 3; Music Lis- tening Club 3,4; Girls' Choir 4; Girls’ Chorus 2,3 MARY BOCCALEONI Library Club 2,3,4; Librarian 2,3,4; Girls' Chorus 4 . BECKER A. 2,3,4; Band 2,3,4 BRAD BIVENS Photography Club 3,4; Vice President 4; Boys' Chorus 2; A Cappella Choir 3,4; Operetta Cast 3,4; Prom Committee 3; Cross Country 2; Basketball 2; Latin Club 2 TERI BOEHM F.N.A. 2,3; Art Club 3; Girls' Chorus 2,3 RONNIE BERNHARDT Boys' Chorus 2,3,4; Wrestling 2 KENNETH BIVENS Lettermen's Club 2,3,4; Music Listening Club 2; A Cappella Choir 3,4; Operetta Cast 3,4; Boys' Chorus 2; Football Manager 2,3,4; Track Manager 2,3; Cafeteria Helper 3 JIM BOLLINGER Class Treasurer 4 - fel — — = JUDY BOLLINGER GENE BONER DAVID BOPP EDWARD BOSCH F.N.A. 2,3,4; G.A.A. 2, Music Listening Club 3; A Cross Country 2; Basketball Audio-Visual Aids Club 3,4, President 4; Pho- Cappella Choir 4; Operetta 2,4; Baseball 2,3,4 23,4 Social Studies tography Club 3,4, Cast 4; Boys’ Chorus 2,3 Club 3,4 Treasurer 4; Office Girl 4; Student Council 4; Senior Girls’ Choir, Vice President; Home- coming Court 3,4; Homecoming Queen 4 BETTY BROCKMEIER SCOTT BROOKS F,T.A, 2,3,4, Vice Presi- ) : Football 2; Wrestling 2,3; dent 4; Math Club 2,3; Track 2,3,4; Cafeteria G.A.A. 2,3,4; Office Girl Helper 2,3,4 3; Tiger Staff 3,4; Tiger Times 2,4; Student Coun- ell 2,3,4, Secretary 4; Prom Committee 3; Home- coming Court 2,4; Math Team 2; National Honor Society 3,4; Handbook Edi- tor 4; Junior Play Commit- E ed Wy DAVID BRUNWORTH DARLENE BROWN Math Club 2,3,4; Latin Club JANET BRUNNWORTH Library Club 2,3,4; Li- 2; Biological Science Club 2; F.N.A, 2; Biological Science MARLENE BUESSER brarian 2,3,4; Office Physical Science Club 3,4; Club 2; Physical Science Club Business’ Education Girl 3,4 Tennis 2,3,4 3; Business Education Club 4 Club 4 FLOYD BULLARD Music Listening Club 2, 3; A Cappella Choir 3, 4; Operetta Cast 3,4; Boys' Chorus 2; Base- ball 2 ¢ “ ot DAVID B URK GARY CAMPBELL Lettermen's Club 3,4, Pres- ident 4; Latin Club 2, Vice President 2; Biological Science Club 2, Vice Pres- ident 2; Physical Science Club 3,4, President 4; Student Council 2; Boys' Chorus 3; Homecoming Court 2,4; Foot- ball 2,3,4; Basketball 2, 3; Baseball 2,3,4 LINDA BUNTE G.A.A. 4; Music Listening Club 2,3,4; Girls' Choir 3, 4; Girls' Chorus 2 JUDY BURNETT PNA. 3; F.T.A. 3 GAA 3,4; Music Listening Club 2; Girls' Choir 3,4; Girls' Chorus 2; Prom Committee 3 TOM CAMERON Football 2,3,4 f RICHARD BUNTE Social Studies Club 3,4; Audio- Visual Aids Club 2,3,4; Music Listening Club 2; Student Council 3,4; Tennis 2 RALPH BURTON EUNICE CANNER Jefferson High School, Roanoke, Virginia, 2; Monroe High School, St. Paul, Minne- sota, 3 CAROL BURJES F.N.A. 3,4, Vice Pres- ident 4; German Club 2; Photography Club 3; Music Listening Club 4; Girls' Choir 4; Prom Committee 3 JACQUELIN BYRLEY Roxana High School, Roxana, Illinois, 2 RAYMOND CARTER Wrestling 2,3,4 » oe | ROSE CERNY PNCA, Zia; GAs A. 250: Music Listening Club 2,3,4; Girls' Chorus 2; Girls' Choir 3,4; Prom Com- mittee 3 MENZIE CLIFF Math Club 2,3,4; Latin Club 2; Biological Science Club 2; Physical Science Club 3,4, Treasurer 3, Secre- tary 4; A Cappella Choir 3,4, President 4; Boys' Chorus 2; Operetta Cast 3,4; Tennis 2,3,4; Boys' Ensemble 2,3,4 MARGIE CRABTREE Business Education Club 4, President 4 — RONNIE CHANDLER Boys’ Chorus 2,3; A Cappella Choir 4; Operetta Cast Football 2,3; Wrestling 2; Baseball 2 CHRISTINA COERVER PAULETTE CREEK LARRY CHARTRAND SHARON CONSIDINE F.N.A. 3,4; Girls’ Choru s Girls' Choir 3,4 DAVID CROOK WERNER CLARK Math Club 2,3,4; French Club 2; Biological Science Club 2; Physical Science Club 3; A Cappella Choir 3,4, Vice President 4; Operetta Cast 3,4; Boys' Chorus 2; Boys' Ensemble 3,4; Math Team 2; Footbal] 2; National Honor So- ciety 4; Treasurer 4 ROGER COTTRELL SENEDEE CRUSE F.N.A. 3; G.A.A. 2,3,4 JOHN CUNNINGHAM Lettermen's Club 3,4; Technicians!’ Club 3; Biological Science Club 2; Physical Science Club 3; Prom Committee 3; Wrestling Manager 3, 4; Debate Club 4 DIANE DALE F.N.A. 3; F.T.A. 3; French Club 2, Secretary 2; Art Club 4; G.A.A, 2,4; Girls' Chorus 2,3; Prom Committee 3 CAROL DAUBE F.N.A. 2; G.A.A. 2; Photog- raphy Club 3; Music Listen- ing Club 2; Prom Committee JoANN DAVIS F.N.A. 2,4; Dramatics Club 4; G.A.A, 2,3,4, Secretary 4; Photography Club 3; Girls’ Choir 2,3,4; Prom Committee 3 ROBERT DAWSON Basketball 2; Baseball 2; Audio-Visual Aids Club 2; Math Club 3,4, Secretary- Treasurer 4; Physical Science Club 3,4 CHARLENE DICKMAN F.N.A. 3; Music Listen- ing Club 3; Girls' Chorus 2,3,4; Prom Committee 3 DAVID DIETZEL F.T.A. 4; Social Studies Club 4; Physical Science Club 3; German Club 2; 2,3,4; Baseball 2,3,4 MARIE DeCONCINI Spanish Club 2; Photography Club 3; Music Listening Club 2; Girls’ Chorus 2; Prom Committee 3; Business Ed- ucation Club 4 Basketball KARL DIPPOLD Wrestling 2 JOYCE DICKESS JAMES DORSEY Football 2; F.F.A. 2,3,4 SHARON DUVALL F.N.A. 2,3,4 HAROLD ELLIS Granite City High School, Granite City, Illinois, 2 JOE EVANIK RONALD EBERHART Band 2,3,4; Baseball 2,3,4; A Cappella Choir 3,4; Operetta Cast 3,4; Music Listening Club 3; Biological Science Club 2 3,4; Technicians'Club 3,4; All County Band 3; Sophomore Boys’ Double Quartet; Junior Boys' Double Quartet; Boys' Choir 2 LUCILLE ELLIS F.N.A. 2; Photography Club DENNIS FAGAN Homecoming Court 3; Class Secretary 3; Boys’ Chorus 2; Student Council 2,3,4; A Cappella Choir 3,4; Operetta Cast 3,4; Music Listening Club 2; Biological Science Club 2, 3,4; Social Studies Club 4; Prom Committee 3 KENNETH EBRECHT CHARLES ENGELKE SHARON FENCEL French Club 2,3; Library Club 2,3,4; Librarian 2,3,4 — 4. a | — p= . PHYLLIS EDEN F.T.A. 2; Math Club 2, 3,4, Vice President 4; Physical Science Club 3,4; G.A.A. 2,3,4, His- torian 4; A Cappella Choir 4; Operetta Cast 4; Girls' Choir 3; Girls' Chorus 2; Prom Com- mittee 3; Math Team 2,3; National Honor So- ciety 4 JOAN ENGELMANN F.N.A. 4; Spanish Club 2,3; Photography Club 4; Prom Committee 3 JACK FOSTER Latin Club 2; Football ad oo by SHARON FOSTER Girls' Choir 2 JOE GARWOOD Audio-Visual Aids Club 2; Cross Country 2,3; Track 2; Cafeteria Helper 2,3 ROSE GIBSON Girls' Chorus 2; A Cap- pella Choir 3,4; Operetta Cast 3,4; Junior Girls' Sextette; Senior Girls' Octette; Sophomore Girls' Ensemble; Tiger Times 2, 3,4; Art Club 2,3,4, Treas- urer 3, President 4; Prom Committee 3; Office Girl 3,4; Student of the Month GARY FRANKE Band 2,3,4; Art Club 4; Cross Country 2; Basketball 2 RICHARD GERBER Cross Country 2,3; Baseball 2,3; Math Club 2,3,4; Physical ecience Club 2,3; Latin Club JEANNE GIESZELMANN F.N.A. 3,4; Girls' Choir 4, President 4; Girls' Chorus 3; Junior Play Cast 3; Photog- raphy Club 3; Prom Com- mittee 3; German Club 2; Homecoming Announcer 4 JIM FUNKE GAIL GIACOMELLI F.T.A, 2,4, President 4; G.A, A. 2,3,4; Photography Club 3; Spanish Club 2,4; Prom Com- mittee 3 GARY GILLIG Math Club 2,3; Social Studies Club 4; Biological Science Club 2; Physical Science Club 3; Tiger Staff 3; Band 3; Junior Play Cast 3; Golf 4; Debate Club 4; KXOK Debate Team 7 PHYLLIS GARNER French Club 2,3; G.A.A, 3; Girls' Choir 3,4; Girls’ Chorus 2; Business Ed- ucation Club 3 HONNA GIBSON F.H.A. 2,3,4; Degrees Chairman 4; Dean's Officé Girl 3,4; Latin Club 2 JOANNE GILLIG F.N.A. 4; Latin Club 2; G.A.A,. 2,3,4; Girls' Chorus 2; Prom Committee 3 RICHARD GOEBEL F.F.A. 2,3; Cross Country 4; Track 4 PAUL GROSS Football 2; Cross Country 3,4; F.F.A. 2,3; Photog- raphy Club 4; Cafeteria Helpers 2,3,4 MARY ANN HAIRSTON F.N.A. 2; Business Edu- cation Club 4; Photography Club 3; Office Helper 4 y -- —s ea a ROBERT GORDON Band 2,3,4 KAREN ANN GUSEWELLE Girls' Choir 3,4; Girls' Chorus 2; Music Listening Club 2,3; Office Helper 4; Cafeteria Helpers 2 CHARLES HALL Football 2,3,4; Lettermen's Club 2,3,4 KATHY GREMER Girls' Choir 4; Girls' Chorus 2,3; F.H.A. 2,3,4; Cafeteria Helpers 4 BRENDA HADLEY Girls' Choir 4; French Club 2,3,4; Library Club 2; Li- brarian 2 LELAND HALL Technicians’ Club 2,3,4 SHARON GREMER Girls' Chorus 2,4; F.H.A. 2,3,4, Recreation Chair- man 3, Finance Chairman 4; G.A.A, 3 JOHN HAGEMEISTER Cross Country 2,4; Track 2 KENNETH HAMMER Band 2,3,4 JOHN HANDSHY LINDA HANSEN JOHN HARING BETTY HARRIS Wrestling 2,3,4; Art Club Homecoming Court 3; F.N.A, Girls' Chorus 2,3,4 2,3,4, Vice President 4 2,3,4; Student Council 2,3,4; Tiger Staff 3,4; G.A.A. 2,3,4; Photography Club 3, Secretary 3; Prom Committee 3; De- bate Club 4, Treasurer 4; Student of the Month 4 ROBERT HARRIS b PHIL HARTMAN Lettermen's Club 3,4; Band Football 2; Baseball 2 2,3,4; Cross Country 2; “fl Basketball 2,3,4; Track 3,4 LINNEA HAYNES A Cappella Choir 3,4; Op- eretta Cast 3,4; Band 2; Girls' Chorus 2; Art Club Chorus 2; A Cappella Choir 4; G.A.A,. 2,3,4; Music Lis- 4; Operetta Cast 4; Library tening Club 2,4; Girls' En- Club 2,4; Librarian 2,4; DEBBY HARTUNG semble 2,3,4; All District Girls' Choir Ensemble 3 F.N.A. 3 EARL HARVILL Choir 4 KATHLEEN HARTNAGEL Girls’ Choir 3; Girls' ar, te ; 4 4 ff . —¢ — LYNN HEIDINGER F.N.A. 3; Girls' Choir 3; Girls' Chorus 2; Student Council 2,3,4; Handbook Committee 2; Tiger Staff 3,4, Editor 4; Tiger Times 2; A Cappella Choir 4; Operetta Cast 4; Math Club 4; Biological Science Club ; Physical Science Club ; Prom Committee 3; Latin Club 2; Debate Club 4 9 2 o DANIEL HELLRUNG Tiger Staff 3,4; Junior Play Committee 3; Math Club 2,3,4, President 4; Phys- ical Science Club 2,3; De- bate Club 4; Math Team 9 3 2,3 BARBARA HENRY Business Education Club 4; G.A.A. 2,3,4; Music Listening Club 2 ROBERT HEIDINGER Band 2,3,4; Football 2; A Cap- pella Choir 4; Operetta Cast 4; Biological Science Club 4; Technicians’Club 2,3,4 DIANE HENCKE F.N.A. 2; Girls' Choir 3,4; F.H.A. 2,4; G.A.A, 2 SHARON HERNDON Ritenour High School, St. Louis, Missouri 2,3 JERRY HEINEMEIER MARCIA HENKE Girls' Choir 4; F.T.A. 2,3,4; G.A.A, 2,3,4, Point Chairman 3 DANNY HOFEDITZ Band 2,3,4; Boys’ Chorus 2; Wrestling 2,3,4; Baseball Manager 2,3,4; Tiger Times 4; F.T.A. 4; Lettermen's Club 4; Spanish Club 2; Prom Com- mittee 3 BONNIE HELLRUNG Girls’ Chorus 2; G.A.A., 2,3; Biological Science Club 3; Prom Committee ] RONALD HENKE Cafeteria Helpers 3 DENNIS HOLLIDAY Boys' Chorus 2; A Cap- pella Choir 3,4; Operetta Cast 3,4; Math Club 4; Social Studies Club 4; Prom Committee 3; Cafeteria Helpers 2 GARY HOLLOWICH Wrestling 4 PHYLLIS HUGHES Girls' Choir 3,4; Girls' Chorus 2; Music Listen- ing Club 2,3,4; Junior Girls' Choir Ensemble; Senior Girls' Choir En- semble, MARILYN JENKINS Girls' Choir 4; Girls' Chorus 2,3; F.H.A. 2,3,4, Secretary 3; Prom Com- mittee 3; Cafeteria Help- ers 2,3 KAREN HOPKINS Class Secretary 2; Girls' Choir 3; Girls' Chorus 2; Tiger Staff 3,4; Tiger Times 2; Dramatics Club Play 3; Junior Play Cast 3; Junior Play Committee 3; Dramatics Club 3,4, Secretary 4; A Cappella Choir 4; Operetta Cast 4; F.T.A. 2; G.A.A. 2,3; Math Club 2,3,4, Secretary- Treasurer 3; Prom Commit- tee 3; Latin Club 2 DAVID HUNTER Operetta Cast 3,4; Boys' Chorus 2; Tiger Times 2; Junior Play Cast 3; Junior Play Committee 3; Tennis 2, 3,4; Dramatics Club 3,4; A Cappella Choir 3,4; Math Club 2,3,4; Biological Science Club 2; Sophomore Boys’ En- semble; Junior Boys' Quartet; Senior Boys' Double Trio; Prom Committee 3 RON JENNINGS Tiger Times 3 LOIS HORSTMAN Girls’ Choir 2,3; Art Club 4; G.A.A. 4; Music Listen- ing Club 3; Prom Commit- tee 3 BOB HOSKINS men's Club 2,3,4 JUDY JACKSON FHA. 2 MARY HUTCHERSON F.N.A. 3; Girls’ Choir 3; Girls' Chorus 2; A Cappella Choir 4; Operetta Cast 4; Spanish Club 2; Girls' Choir Sextette 3 MARY JENKINS Band 3,4; Band Board 4; F. NLA. 2; FTA. GAA. 4; Library Club 2; Librarian 2; Music Listening Club 4, Treasurer 4; Social Studies Club 4; Prom Committee 3 GLEN JOHNSON F.F.A. 2,3 Football 2,3,4; Basketbal] 2,3,4; Track 2,3,4; Letter- TERRY JOHNSON Football 2,3,4; Wrestling 2,3,4; Lettermen's Club 3, 4; Prom Committee 3; Track 2 JANICE KAHLE F.N.A, 2,3 JUDY KEITH F.N.A, 2,3; Girls' Chorus ey Tiger Times 4; F.H.A, , 4 .) JUDY JONES SALLY KEY F.N.A. 3; Girls' Chorus 2; Girls' Choir 3; A Cappella Choir 4; Operetta Cast 4; Music Listening Club 2,4; Spanish Club 2,3,4; Prom Committee 3; Senior Girls' Ensemble TERRY JONES Wrestling Manager 3; Base- ball 2,3,4; Lettermen's Club 3,4; Biological Science Club 2; Physical Science Club 3,4; Spanish Club 3; Prom Com- mittee 3; Cafeteria Helpers 3,4 KENNETH KERCKHOFF St. Joseph High School, Pulaski, Wisconsin 2,3 PATRICIA JUSTICE EF. N. A. 2,0; Girla’ Chorus 2; Student Coun- cil 2,3,4; Business Ed- ucation Club 4; Latin Club 2; Dean's Office Girl 3,4 JANET KECK Girls' Choir 3,4; Girls' Chorus 2; G.A.A. 2,3,4, Vice President 4; Music Listening Club 3,4; Prom Committee 3; Office Helper 3 CHARLES KILLION Lettermen's Club 3; Foot- ball 2; Wrestling 3; Track 2; Cafeteria Helpers 3 r cy . A E rf KELLY KINDER LYNDA KING TERRY KLINGEL JANICE KRANER F.F.A. 2,3,4 G.A.A. 3; Library Club 3,4, Spanish Club 2,3,4, Treasurer Secretary 4; Librarian 3,4; 3 Latin Club 2 JUDY KROME KATHY KUCHTA Band Board 4; F.N.A. 2,3,4; Girls' Chorus 2: G.A.A. 253:545 Prom Committee 3 EDWARD KREUITER JAMES KRIEGER Track 2; Biological Boys' Chorus 2; A Cappella Band 2,3,4; Science Club 2; Social Choir 3,4; Operetta 3,4; Social Majorette 4; Twirler 2,3; Studies Club 4 Studies Club 4; Prom Com- Girls' Choir 3,4; Girls’ mittee 3; Latin Club 2 Chorus 2; Music Listening Club 2,4; Photography Clu 2,3; Prom Committee 3; All District Band 3; All County Band 2,3 MARY KYRO Girls' Choir 4; Girls' Chorus DON LADD JUDY LAND 2,3; F.H.A. 2; G.A.A. 2,3,4; St. Paul High School, Highland, F.N.A. 2,3,4; Girls’ Choir RONALD KUETHE Library Club 2,4; Librarian Illinois, 2; Boys' Chorus 2; 3,4; Girls' Chorus 2; F.H.A. Photography Club 4; Spanish 2,4; Music Listening Club 3; Cross Country 2; Basketball 2,3,4; Library Club 3,4; 3,4; Cafeteria Helpers 2,3,4 Prom Committee 3 Librarian 3,4 : ¢ . Vee) CAROL LYNN LANDO F.H.A. 2,3; G.A.A. 4; Li- brary Club 3; Librarian 3; Office Helper 4 SHARON LANTZ Band 2; Student Council 2; G.A.A, 3,4; Math Club 3,4; Physical Science Club 3; Prom Committee 3; Latin Club 2, Treasurer 2; Debate Club 4 ELMER LEWIS Wrestling 2,3,4; LatinClub 2 ey HARRIET LANDWEHRMIER Homecoming Court 2,4; Class Vice President 2; Girls' Choir 4; Girls' Chorus 3; Student Council 4; Cheerleader, Junior Varsity 2,3, Varsity 4; Tiger Times 4; Junior Play Committee 3; F, T. A. 253: G.A.A. 2,3; Prom Committee .— MYRA LARICKS Shawnee Mission North, Kansas City, Missouri, 2,3 G.A.A, 2,4, Secretary 2; Or- chestra 2,3; Spring Play 3; Fall Play 4; Prom Commit- tee 3; French Club 2; Gym- nastics Club 3, Secretary 3; Operetta Cast 3 TOM LEWIS Football 2; Baseball 2; Audio- Visual Aids Club 3,4; Techni- cians’ Club 2,3,4; Cafeteria Helpers 2,3,4 GARY LANE Wrestling 2; Baseball 2,3: Spanish Club 3,4 WANDA LAWRENCE F.H.A, 2,3,4, Public Relations Chairman 4 GENE LIENEMANN RALPH LANGE Wrestling 2; Cafeteria Helpers 3,4 JUDITH LEU FINGAL 25 GAA, ze Spanish Club 2,3 KENNETH LINKEMAN F.F.A, 2,3,4, President 4; Cafeteria Helpers 2 APY JUDITH LISCHMANN Band 2,3; F.N.A. 2,3,4; Girls' Choir 3,4; Tiger Staff 4; Tiger Times 3,4; F.T.A. 3; G.A.A, 2,3,4; Prom Committee 3; Latin Club 2; All County Band 3 CAROLYN LOWENSTEIN Girls' Choir 3,4; Girls’ Chorus 2; Music Lis- tening Club 4; Spanish Club 2,3; Prom Com- mittee 3 MARILYN MASON RICHARD LOHR Baseball 2,3,4; Basketball Manager 2; F.T.A. 4; Letter- men's Club 3,4; Physicial Science Club 3; German Club D) LEE LUTTRELL KENNETH McCALLA GERALDINE LONG Girls' Chorus 3,4; Music Lis- tening Club 3,4; Prom Com- mittee 3 ; INC Cree : KAREN MACE Photography Club 2 PAUL McCANN Cross Country 2; Basketball e Track 2; Lettermen's Club 4 MARSHALL LONG TOM MAREING Homecoming Court 2,4; Class President 3; Boys' Chorus 2,3; Football 2,3,4; Basketball 2,3,4; Baseball 3; Track 2; A Cappella Choir 4, Treasurer 4; Op- eretta Cast 4; Lettermen’s Club 3,4, Treasurer 4; Physical Science Club 3; Prom Committee 3; Latin Club 2, President; F.T.A. BOB McCLELLAN Latin Club 2 MARY McGEE Tiger Times 2;4; tography Club 2 RONALD MEYER BRENDA MITCHELL Business Education Pho- Club MARGIE McLEAN F.N.A. 2,3,4; Girls' Choir 3,4; Girls' Chorus 2; Dramatics Club 3,4; Dramatics Club Play Committee 3; G.A.A. 2,3,4; Prom Committee 3; Latin Club 2 WILLIAM MEYER Football 2; Golf 2 MARY SUE MOORE Girls’ Choir 3,4; Girls’ Chorus 2; Business Education Club 3; French Club 2,3; G. A.A, 3 MARY McNISH F.N.A. 2,3,4 BOB MICHEL Homecoming Court 3,4; Class Vice President 4; Football 2,3; Track 2,3,4; Lettermen's Club 2,3,4; Physical Science Club 4 SPENCER MOORE Football 2; Basketball 2; Tennis 2,3,4; F.T.A. 4; Lettermen's Club 4; Biological Science Club 2; Physical Science Club CAROL MESSERLY Band 2,3,4; Girls’ Choir 4; Library Club 3; Li- brarian 3; Biological Science Club 2; Physical Science Club 3,4; Girls' Chorus 3 KATHY MILLER Band 2,3; F.N.A. : Girls' Chorus A Cappella Choir Operetta Cast 3 FTA. 4; G.AsASe? Photography Club Junior Girls' Sextette; Senior Girls' Double Quartet; All County Band 2,3; Sight Reading Clinic 3; All District Rand 3; GLENN MOORE Cafeteria Helpers 2,3,4 = KENNETH MORGAN Boys' Chorus 2,3; Jun- ior Play Cast 3; Music DAVID MOTZ Audio-Visual Aids Technicians'Club BRUCE NEUDECKER Photography Club 2; nicians’Club 2,3,4 RICHARD NEUTZLING Club 2; Baseball 2 Tech- Listening Club 2,3 JOE NICOLUSSI Track 2; Biological Science Club 4; Social Studies 4 RICHARD NOLL Homecoming Court 2,4; Royal Escort 4; Class President 2; Student Council 2,3,4; Treasur- er 3, President 4; Hand- book Committee 3; Football 2,3,4; Basket- ball 2,3; Baseball 2,3; F.T.A. 4; Lettermen's Club 3,4; Biological Science Club 2; Physical Science Club 3; National Honor Society 3,4 RONALD NUERNBERGER Football 2,3; Track 2; Wres- tling 2 MELVIN PAPROTH Wrestling Helpers 2,3 2; Cafeteria DENNIS NOBBE Cross Country 2; Basket- ball 2,4 JOHN PARKER Baseball Manager 2; Lettermen's Club 3,4; Latin Club 2 Fe = wi Loe WALTER PARRILL Band 2,3,4; A Cappella Choir 4; Operetta Cast 4; Senior Boys' Double Trio; German Club 2 DENNIS PETERSON Hot Rod Club 3 DENNIS PASHEA Band 2,3,4 STEVE PETERSON Homecoming Court 3,4; Class Treasurer 3; Student Council 2,3; Football 3; Cross Country 2; Basketball 2; Baseball 2,3, 4; Biological Science Club 2, 4; Physical Science Club 3; Social Studies Club 4; Prom Committee 3 EUGENE POELING F.F.A. 2,3,4; Chorus 2,3 KAREN PAUR F.H.A, 2,3; Photography Club 3,4; Prom Committee 3; Of- fice Helpers 3 BOB PHILABAUN Football 2,3; Tiger Times 3 DON POLK Football 2; Wrestling 2; Spanish Club 2; Hot Rod Club 2 LARRY PERRY Track 2; Prom Commit- tee 3 JUDY PHILLIPS F.N.A. 3; F.H.A. Library Club 3,4; brarian 3,4 SUZANNE PONETA Girls' Choir 4; Girls' Chorus 2,3; Junior Play Cast 3; Music Listening Club 4; Spanish Club 2, 3; Prom Committee 3; Junior Play Committee 3; Senior Girls’ Choir Ensemble ae bie alll =) J 7 SHARON PROTT Girls' Choir 3,4; Girls' Chorus 2; F.H.A. 3,4 JERRY RAULSTON Wrestling 2,3,4 LEONARD REITER Technicians! Club 3; Hot Rod Club 3 NANCY PRUSA Girls’ Choir 3,4; Girls' Chorus 2; Music Listening Club 2; Spanish Club 2 JOYCE REBB Girls' Chorus 2; Girls' Choir 3; F.HLA..3 BILL RICKER Cross Country 2,3; Track 2; Technicians’ Club 3; Band 2, 3,4; All County Band 3 TOM PUHSE Boys' Chorus 2; A Cappella Choir 3,4; Operetta Cast 3,4; Tennis 2,3,4; Lettermen's Club 3,4; Biological Science Club 2,3,4 KATHLEEN REED KATHRYN RIGLER F.N.A,. 2,3,4; Points Chairman 3, President 4; Girls' Chorus 2; A Cappella Choir 3,4; Op- eretta Cast 3,4; Student Coun- cil 4; Junior Play Committee 3; Music Listening Club 3,4; Prom Committee 3; Sopho- more Girls’ Ensemble; Junior Girls’ Sextette; Senior Girls’ Ensemble; All District Chorus 4 DARCY RANDALL Girls' Chorus 2; A Cappella Choir 3,4, Treasurer 4; Operetta Cast 3,4; Student Council 3,4; Vice-Presi- dent 4; Handbook Commit- tee 4; Varsity Cheerleader 4; Tiger Staff 3,4; Junior Play Cast 3; Art Club 3,4; French Club 2,3,4, Vice President 3, President 4; G.A.A. 2,3,4; Music Lis- tening Club 3; Prom Com- mittee 3; Junior Girls' Sex- tette MIKE REINHARDT JAY RIZZOLI Boys' Chorus 2; A Cappella Choir 3,4; Operetta Cast 3,4; Tiger Staff 3; Tiger Times 3; Audio-Visual Aids Club 2; Photography Club 2,3,4, President 3, Secretary 4; Technicians’ Club 2,3,4; Latin Club 2; Boys' Ensemble 2,3 , — 4 A TERRY ROBINSON SUSAN ROSE CAROL RUTZ CAROL SABOFF : Junior Play Cast 3; Art Club Business Education 3; G.A.A. 2,3; Library Club Club 4; Latin Club 2 3,4; Social Studies Club 4; Prom Committee 3; Office Helper 4; German Club 2 DELLRAY SACKETT JUDY SASEK ARLIN SCHAEFER Girls' Chorus 2; A Cappella Basketball 2; Track 2 Choir 3,4; Operetta Cast 3,4; Junior Play Committee 3; Music Listening Club 4; Spanish Club 2,3; Secretary 2; Prom Committee 3; Sopho- more Girls' Ensemble; Jr. Girls' Sextet; Senior Girls' Ensemble; All District Choir 4 CONNIE SCHMIDT F.N.A 2,3,4; Point Chairman JOAN SCHNEIDER RAY SCHLOSS DON SCHMID 4; Library Club 2,3,4, Presi- F.N.A. 3; Library Club 3,4; Technicians'Club 3,4 Boys' Chorus 3; Tennis 2 dent 4; Librarian 2,3,4 Librarian 3,4 JUDY SCHNEIDER FONLA. 3: FLBCA, 2; Li- brary Club 3,4, Vice- President 4; Librarian 3,4 DIANNE SCOTT Girls' Chorus 2; Girls' Choir 3,4; F7H.A. 2; F.T.A, 3; Music Listening Club 4; Sociaf Studies Club 3; Cafeteria Helper 4 PATSY SHIRLEY Office Helpers 3,4 NORMAN SCHOETTLE Football 2; Wrestling 2; Lettermen's Club 2 ROBERT SENN Class Treasurer 2; Foolball 2,3,4; Basketball 2; Track 2, 3,4; Lettermen's Club 2,3,4 LESLIE SICKBERT Girls' Chorus 2; A Cappella Choir 3,4; Operetta Cast 3, 4; German Club 2, Secretary- T reasurer; Tiger Staff 3,4; Math Club 3; Music Listening Club 3,4; Biological Science Club 2; SocialStudies Club 4; Prom Committee 3; Sopho- more Ensemble; Senior Girls' Double Quartet SUSAN SCHREIBER F.N.A. 2,3,4, Vice-President 4; Girls' Chorus 2; Girls' Choir 3,4, Secretary 4; Student Council 2,3; Tiger Staff 4; G.A.A, 2,3,4; Photography Club 3, Treasurer 3; Prom Committee 3; DebateClub 4 MARY BETH SHARP Firts' Chorus 2; Girls' Choir 3;, A Cappella Choir 4; Op- eretta Cast 4; Music Lis- tening 4; Spanish Club 3 JOE SIDENER Student Council 4; Track 2, 3; Tiger Staff 4; Audio-Visual Aids Club 2,3,4; French Club 2; Music Listening Club 2 DAVID SCHWALB Football 2,3,4; Baseball 2, 3,4 DONNA SHEPPARD Girls Chorus 2; F.T.A. 2, 3,4; Latin Club 2 FRED SIMPSON Band 2,3,4; President 4; Physical Science Club 4; Technicians Club 2,3,4; German Club 2; All County Band 2,3,4; Junior Boys' Quartet MIKE SKINNER Football 2,3,4; Track 2,4; Physical Science Club 4; Technicians‘ Club 4; Prom Committee 3; German Club v ‘ DO Py | JAMES SMITH Wrestling 2; Art Club 2; Photography Club 4; Tech- nicians’Club 4 BARBARA SNYDER No activities ROBERT SLEMER Football 2; Track 2,3,4; Music Listening Club 4; Spanish Club 4 NORMA SMITH Girls' Choir 3,4; Girls’ Chorus 2; Latin Club 2 DENNIS SPECKMAN Class Vice-President 3; Cross Country 2,3; Basketball 2,3; Track 2,3,4; Tiger Staff, 3,4; F.T.A. 4; Lettermen's Club 3,4; Latin Club 2 — VICKI SLEMER F.H.A. 2; G.A.A. 2,3,4 TERRY SMITH Boys' Chorus 3,4; A Cappella Choir 4; Operetta Cast 4; Junior Play Cast 3; Dramat- ics Club 4; Photography Club 3; Prom Committee 3 JIM STACK Boys' Chorus 2,3; Basketball 2,3 ED SMALL Football 2,3; Track 2; Wrestling 2,3,4; Letter- men's Club 3; Math Club 4; Physical Science Club 3; Latin Club 2, Secre- tary 2; Debate Club 4; National Honor Society 4 TRUDY SNELL Lee High School, Springfield, Virginia 2; Morris Hills Regional High School, Rockauny, N.Y. 3; F.N.A. 4; Girls' Choir 4; Dramatics CLARENCE STALEY Band 2,3,4; Boys’ Chorus 2; A Cappella Choir 3,4; Operetta Cast 3,4; Baseball 2,3; Music Listening Club 3,4; Bio- logical Science Club 3: BONNIE STARNES No activities JANE SUHRE Class Secretary, 4; F.N.A. 2,3,4; Girls' Choir 3,4, Treasurer 3; Girle’ Chorus 2; Dramatics Club 3,4; G.A.A, 2,3,4; Biological Science Club 2; Prom Committee 3 TERI TAYLOR F.N.A. 2,3,4; Girls' Chorus 2,3; Girls’ Choir 4; Art Club 4; Music Listening Club 3 RAY STOCES Math Club 4; Photography Club 3 JUDY SUHRE F.N.A, 2; Business Education Club 4; Photography Club 2; Office Helper 4; Latin Club 2 BONNIE TEGMEIER F.N.A. 2,3; Girls' Chorus 3,4; Business Education Club 3,4; Spanish Club 2 LINDA STRADER F.N.A. 2,3; Girls' Chorus 2; FLHLA.. of GAA. 2:3,4 Prom Committee 3 THOMAS TABER St. Paul's High School, Highland, Illinois 2; Hot Rod Club 3 CLYDE TERRY Football 2,3; Wrestling 2,3,4; Baseball 2,3,4 GARY STROHMEIER Triad High School 2,3; Boys’ Chorus 2,3,4; Tech- nicians’Club 4; Prom Com- mittee 3; Pep Club 2,3 YUZO TAKADA Rikky High School, Tokyo, Japan 2,3 LARRY THOMPSON Football 2; Baseball 2,3,4; Junior Play Committee 3; F.T.A, 4; Lettermen's Club 4; Spanish Club 3; Prom Committee 3 ROSA LEE TITCHENAL Band 2,3,4; Girls’ Chorus 2,3; Girls' Choir 4; Music Listening Club 2; Photog- raphy Club 3 BETTY VAN WINKLE Student Council 2,3; Tiger Staff 4; Biological Science Club 2; Physical Science Club 3; Prom Committee 3; »Dean's Office Helper 3,4; National Honor Society 3, 4, Vice-President 4; De- bate Club 4, President 4; Student of the Month 4 SHARON VIETH Band 2a " Fun PoOT.A. 4: GAA. Photography Club Prom Committee 3; Club 2 mw — . Ss, wi MARY TODD No activities LARRY WAGNER Technicians'Club 3,4 ay of 7 | i cre | S «@ : JOE TOWNSEND Football 2,3,4; Basketball 2, 3,4; Track 2,3; Lettermen's Club 3,4 KAREN WAHL F.N.A. 2; Girls' Chorus 2,3; Junior Varsity Cheerleader 2; Tiger Times 3,4; F.T.A. 2,3, 4, Secretary-Treasurer 4; G.A.A. 2,3,4; Library Club 3; Librarian 3; Spanish Club 4; Prom Committee 3 MIKE TRABAND Student Council 4; Social Studies Club 4; Latin Club 2 SHARON VENTRESS Homecoming Court 2,4; Class President 4; Cheer- leader, Varsity 3,4, J.V. 2; Tiger Staff 3,4; Tiger Times 2; F.T.A. 2; G.A.A, 2,3,4; Math Club 2,3,4; Physical Science Club 3; Prom Committee 3; Na- tional Honor Society 3,4, President 3; Debate Club 4; Math Team 2,3; Student of the Month 3; KXOK Radio Debate 3 NANCY WEEKS F.N.A. 3; Girls’ Choir 3,4; FTA. 4; GAA. 2,5,4, 56. 3; G.A.A. Board 2; Prom 2 Com. 3 KATHY WELLS KENNETH WEST MEMORY WEST RICHARD WHEELER F.N.A. 2; Girls' Choir 3; Art Club 4; Photography Club F.N.A, 3; Girls’ Choir 3,4; Team Manager Football 3, Tiger Times 2,3,4, Editor 2 Girls' Chorus 2; Business 4; Track Manager 2,3; 4; Dramatics Club 3,4, Education Club 3,4, Treasurer Tiger Times 4; Letter- President 4; Dramatics 4; G.A.A. 3,4; Library Club men's Club 3,4; Office Club Play 3; Junior Play 3,4; Librarian 3,4; Prom Helper 3 Cast 3; G.A.A. 2,3,4, Point Committee 3 Chairman 4; Spanish Club 4; Prom Committee 3; Ger- man Club 2, President 2; Student of the Month 4; Na- tional Honor Society 4 or i | ¥ an . aa a — " he - - DELORES WHITE GLENN WHITTAKER KENNETH WIEDEWILT DANIEL WIEMERS Library Club 3; Librarian Spanish Club 2,3,4 Cross Country 2,3,4; Basket- No activities ball 2; Track 2,3,4; Letter- men's Club 3,4; German Club 2 JACKIE WINKLE Homecoming Court 3,4; Student Council 2,3,4; Tiger Staff 3; Dramatics MARY ANN WILLIAMS Club Play Committee 3; Band 2,3,4, Vice-President 4; Junior Play Cast 3; Girls' Choir 3; A Cappella Dramatics Club 3,4; F.T.A. Choir 4; Operetta Cast 4; 2; G.A.A. 2,3,4; Math Club BERNARD WILLIAMS Music Listening Club 3; All- MIKE WILLIS 3; Social Studies Club4; Football 2,3; Basketball 2; County Band 3; All-District Audio-Visual Aids Club 2,3, Prom Committee 3; Office Baseball 2,3,4 Band 4; Band Board 3,4 4 Helper 4 | , | , ; af es - = — : D =... TERRY WISNASKY JANET WITT JEFF WOHLFORD GUY WOOD F.N.A. 2; Girls' Chorus 2; Cross Country 2, Manager 3; Alton High School, Girls' Choir 3,4; Junior Play Basketball 2,3,4; Team Alton, Illinois 1; Boys' Cast 3; Dramatics Club 3,4; Manager 3; Tennis 3,4; F.T.A. Chorus 2,3,4; Junior G.A.A. 2,3,4 4; Lettermen's Club 3,4, Sec- Play Cast 3; Social retary 4; German Club 2 Studies Club 3,4; Debate Club 4 d Rava rt JANET WOODS JEAN WOPAT SALLY WYDRA TOM YOUNG F.N.A. 2,3,4; Girls’ Choir Tiger Staff 3,4; Tiger Times 2; Girls' Choir 3,4; Girls' Band 2; Audio-Visual 3,4; Girls' Chorus 2; Dramatics Club 3,4; Dramat- Chorus 2; Art Club 4; Music Aids Club 2,3,4; Boys’ Dramatics Club 3,4; ics Club Play 3; G.A.A. 2,3, a Club 2; Photography Choir Dramatics Club Play Com- 4; Treasurer 4; Math Club 3, Club 3; Spanish Club 2; Prom mittee 3; F.T.A. 2; G.A.A. 4; Biological Science Club 2; Committee 3 2,3,4; Prom Committee 3 Prom Committee 3; Math Team 3; National Honor So- ciety 4 SHARON ZWICK SHARON ZIMMERMAN F.H.A. 2; G.A.A. 2,3,4; Cafe- F.H.A, 2,4 teria Helper 3,4 NOT PICTURED Delores Burnett James Gordon Richard Henke Ray Meier Judith Seymour . enjoys his classes at EHS, . is guided by his Big Brothers and Big Sisters. Foreign Exchange — Student . . turns to greet a friend. . .. enjoys himself at a Bean Dance. . helps decorate at Christmas time. ntert Ss ; rice family . heads home . entertains his American family. after a day of school. . uses library facilities. Senior Personalities TALENT Rose Gibson Terry Smith PERSONALITY i se Judy Bollinger ATHLETICS Ton Maret Janet Keck Tom Mareing David Bopp PAGE SPONSORS IRMA'S BEAUTY SALON JIM JONES, INC, JACK'S PHILLIPS 66 SERVICE STATION JOHNSTON'S IGA FOODLINER Senior Personalities t J iy Pu Hey He) fined hho) net “ nwt wel Yael al : wat H@ Wat be Herth ae He he bewetere ott ae He barter ot oh4 yherrtogotts WH - peter ian t rene ere Hf Oto arr en Fall dod bh yny SCHOLARSHIP Betty VanWinkle Dan Hellrung step Pmt ee ee Ai em) one PAGE SPONSORS CASSENS DODGE—CHRYSLER AGENCY MADISON COUNTY TRACTOR AND EQUIPMENT (G-E APPLIANCES) SERVICE maths ae aa KAWA Darcy Randall +4 0) Ro Dennis Fagan ; oe d PS = | er vi . LEADERSHIP Sharon Ventress Rich Noll PAGE SPONSORS HAMEL SERVICE CO, HELPEE SELFEE COIN LAUNDRY HAMEL STATE BANK HOLIDAY ONE—HOUR CLEANERS Senior Personalities CITIZENSHIP Lynn Heidinger Dennis Speckman Bill Alexander Jim Allen Margaret Amistadi Anderson Floyd Anderson JUNIOR CLASS OFFICERS: President, Corky Wahl; Vice-president, Bill Hyten; Secretary, Sharon Nemnich; and Treasurer, Tom Schmid. rerry Anderson Donald Atkinson Peggy Aylward Verla Baker Gary Balke Ronald Banjavic Cheryl Barnsback Dale Bartels Ken Becker Sharon Beckman Jim Bennette Marie Bensa Nancy Berends, Christina Betts Craig Blume Barbara Boda Thomas Boehm Linda Bolin Carol Boone Don Bornman Ron Bornman Mike Boswell Janice Boyd Donna Braasch Glenn Bradford Linda Branding Laurel Brase Herbert Brooks Jean Brown Jeff Brown Linda Brown Marshall Brown Doug Buchanan Donna Bullard Jeff Bulmer Judith Bunt Sandra Cunningham Carol Curlee Sandra Daggett Roy Danaher Ron Daube Kathy Davis Mike Dawson Curtis Deal Sue Dean Mary Dean Dennis DeConcini Larry DeConcini Judy Deen Benny Dickmann Roger Diepholz Eric Dippold Kenny Dodds Jim Dohle Pat Dorsey Velva Douglas Vincent Drexelius Ginger Dustman Larry Dutton Jim Dycus Diana Busct Connie Busker sandra Cain Wayne Carter Mary Cartwright Sue Cherry Don Clevenger Wayne Cline Diane Coleman Alan Cooper Marian Correll Gail Cox Betty Craft Aleta Cress James Crump Herman Cruse Shirley Cullipher Renee Cunningham Thomas Eaker Gary Eberhardt Bob Eck Jim Eilers Bob Elberson Janice Enos Mary tson John Evanik Marty Evans Shirley Faulkner Dave Felchin Rosemary Feldworth Joe Ferverda Gary Finke Jack Fish Susan Fitzpatrick David Flack Marvin Flannery Margie Fleming Gary Forshaw Bill Foster Janet Franklin Jim Franklin Nancy Freitag Bob Frillman Shirley Fuller Chuck Fruit Steve Fruth Faye Fultz Mary Ann Gagliardo Vicki Gallagher Joe Garde Charles Garretson Judy Garner Pamela Gass Bill Gau oop panne an es yp 2 %! aly, J x ' ‘ . Juniors Bob Geschwend Larry Gholston Teddy Gibbs Sharon Gieszelmann Sandy Gili Mark Going Mary Gosney Deanna Gould Carol Gower Carolyn Graham Kenny Gregor Wanda Grimes Beverly Gusewelle Ken Gusewelle Monte Gusewelle Bill Gusewelle Rita Hackett Jane Halbe Shirley Hale Dick Hamlin Bill Hanke Bill Hansen Margie Harbers Donna Hardy John Hartman Gary Head Don Hefferman Larry Heflin Shirley Helmkamp Judy Henderson Ken Hesdra Greg Hickey Birkie Hillis Marilyn Hlavsa Kathy Hodapp Freddie Hogue Jim Holshouser Orville Holtmann Wayne Holtmann Phyllis Honchak Carolyn Hooks Mary Jo Hoover Lynn’ Kempher Wayne Kennedy Sally Kernahan Gary Ketcham Shgron Ketcham Dennis Kilmurray Carolyn Kienstra Darrell King Bill Knecht Gary Koch Jim Koen Judy Kooker Dick Hoover Jim Hoskins Cheri Houba Pam Howells Jerry Hubbard Stanley Hunt Delores Hurst Bill Hyten Ron Isenburg Linda Jackson John Jellen Robert Johnson Gloria Jones Jim Jumper Wayne Kaiser Brad Kane Steve Kassa Karen Kassing Lois Krouse Jim Krejei Jean Kreige Larry Lacey Martha Lamb Kathy Lane Donald Langendorf Jo Ann Langendorf Peter Leeds Jack Lewis Keita Liebler Linda Linksvayer Dick Linn Jim Little Jack Long Lorraine Lott Marilyn Lucas Bill Lucco PAGE SPONSORS BEN FRANKLIN STORES BUCHANAN STREET MARKET Gerald Morrison Bonnie Motter Candy Mudge Henry Mullane Bob Myers Sharon Nemnich Terry Neubauer Mike Newton Tom Newton DeEUen Nicholson Erene Noto Mar y Ann Novak Gary Nuernburger Sally O'Neil Diane Ostendorf Stewart Ozier Barbara Paproth Richard Parker Richard Pass Gareld Pendergrass John Perry Janet Meyer Kenneth Meyer Paul Meyer Bill Michel Sharon Miller Karen Moehle Cynthia Moore Jean Moore Karyle Moore Juniors Vera Luttrell Myron Madison Mike Maguir David Marti Margie Martin Sandy Martin Sylvia Matlock Gary Mc Reaken M ike Meador Mary Jo Meek Steve Menoni Judy Merkel PAGE SPONSORS BASSMAN JEWELRY BLUME'S APPAREL Ron Ratzlaff ean Reid i 1 | a shart R eir i I ristin Ricl 4 Dian K Roger Rezabek Linda Rinkel Roger Roderick Gail Rogers Bill Rohrkast John Rojak athy Rood ( Larry Roseberr John Rotter Terry Ruppel Glenn Russell Sandra Saboff Larry Sabol Jack Sandrin ta Sawy Pamela Schaefer Bonnie Schafer Fred Schaf Carol Scheibe Brenda Scherff Carla Schipkowski Tommy Schmid Carolyn Schmidt Guy Schmidt Ronnie Schmidt Judy Schnieder Pat Schrader Janet Sc ge John Schrage Linda Schulte Dave Schumacher Cathy Schutz Rich Schwehr Vincent Scott Roger Seals Kenny Seaton Linda Seibert Willard Shashack Alan Sheppard Larry Shimunek Lorraine Shook Danny Sievers Fred Simms Louis Simpson Judy Sines Jack Sisson Dorothy Skamenka Danny Smith Pam Southard Don Spencer Bob Spengal David Stamm Barb Stephens Susan Stepson Pat Stine Mary Stolte Marilyn Stoltze Pat Stoltze Donna Storm Gary Strader Louise Straube Steve Stunkel Danny Suess Carol Suhre Rebecca Sutherland Dave Svehla Linda Taber Dennis Terry Deloris Terry Gary Thebeau Barb Tosovsky Bernice Townsend Arnold Trebing Albert Tretter Jim Turner Jane Turner Gary Unterbrink Robert Vandalia Corky Wahl Jim Walker Jim Walters Donna Warhol Miles Waterman John Watsek Paul Watson Tom Webb Elizabeth Weber Barbara Werner Carolyn White Pam Wiechman Sheldon Wille Pat Williams Judy Wilson, Cheryl Wipple, Gary Winkle, Sue Wolfe, Barb Woods, Juniors Jerry Woods Rich Wooldridge NOT PICTURED: John Beckovich, Jane Bunte, Bernadine Coerver, Robert Deak, Linda Elledge, Paula Flynn, Elezabeth Freshour, Dave Grinstead, Janice Hamlin, Larry Yates Bob Kurmann, Karen Lueker, Priscilla Marion Zeisset Mitchell, Carol Obermueller, Helen Pilger, James Prusa, Leatrice Rice, Janice Robertson, John Speciale, Marcia Strange, Greg Tewell, Elvie Williams. | PAGE SPONSORS ‘om Zeisset Connie Zicomer CONTINENTAL BAKING CO, CENTRAL SHOE SHOP CLAYTON CLEANERS CASSENS SHEET METAL Sophomores SOPHOMORE CLASS OFFICERS: Linda Brubaker, treasurer Susie Paproth, secretary John Caban, vice-president Martha Boyle, president Robert Ahrens Robert Albl Curd Alexander Diane Allaria Gloria Allen Sherlyn Anderson Allen Arth Mary Ashauer Robert Ax Sharon Aylward Jessica Balster Carol Bangert Leonard Barnett David Barr Steve Bast William Bast Josephine Bazallion Karma Becker Wilbur Berdick Mike Berner Mary Ann Bernhardt Bonnie Blarkis [Thomas Bivens Candy Blackburn Charles Blumberg Alberta Boccaleoni David Bode Katherine Bode Rana Bode Daniel Bohnenstiehl Sophomores " se « a ees eT” A James Borgstede Karen Boy e Martha Boyle Lester Bradford Linda Bratten Richard Bridwell Ronna Brockmeier Linda Brubaker Nadene Buesser Sherry Buhrmester Cheryl Burd Christina Burd Loretta Burgett Stephen Burian Martha Burrus Linda Bussmann John Caban Willie Carpenter Spanish Club says, " Stomp ‘em! " Alice Carter Ronald Carter James Casey Mike Cerny Linda Champion Morris Chapman David Christofferson Kenny Cochran Adriana Coerver Karen Colbert Beverly Cooper Kristin Corl Linda Cox Jerry Creek Fred Crook Debra Crump David Cruse Robert Cullipher Sophomores Linda Ferraris Julia File Allen Fisher Richard Forshee Harold Fornaff Gary France Jackie Franklin David French Larry French Gary Frueh William Fruit Candy Blackburn is es- corted by Jan Poneta. Carol Cunningham Mary Dain Glen Dale Paul Davis lfred Deak Sandra Deal Linda DeConcini David Deist Steve Deist Larry Dellamono Frank Dickman Jack Dippold Jeannette Dorsey Michael Drake Donna Durham Bob Dustman Donald Dutton Jean Eberle Gloria Edwards Walter Ellis Ronald Erb Leslie Evanik James Farrell Charles Felchlin Sophomores Randy Gallagher Ray Ga Catherin Patsy Garner Michael Gent Janice Gentry David Gerdt Vicki Gibeau Michael Gragg Gloria Grubaugh Elmer Gueldner Robert Gunther Mary Jane Gusewelle Sue Gusewelle Thomas Gusewelle Jim Guthrie John Guthrie Lionel Hairston Betty Hale Dennis Hamby Alan Hampton Claire Handlon Diane Hanna Jesse Harbison Michael Harbry William Harris Carol Harrison Kathy Hartley Lynita Hartley Louis Hartmann Tom Hartzel Richard Harvill William Hawk Diane Heldenbrand James Heldenbrand Carol Helm Dennis Hemann Tommy Hendricks Marilyn Henry Michael Henry Janice Herrmann Gary Hertel David Highlander Myra Highlander Susan Hildreth Gary Holliday Beverly Holtmann Jack Hoover 127 Wallace Hopkins William Hopkins Paul Hoskins Barbara Howells Noreen Howells David Hug Kenneth Hughes Mickey Ingram Cheryl Jellen Steve Jellen Anne Jenkins Sherry Johnson Wayne Johnson Jerry Juenger Lucille Kappler James Keller Warren Kerckhoff Theresa Kessel Donna King Richard King Paul Kirby Janice Klein Karlyn Klopmeier Linda Klueter James Knicht Bill Knight Sharon Knouse Rodney Koch Ross Koch Bill Kovarik Kay Kribs Gary Krieger Sharon Krotz Richard La Bardi Janet Lambert Gail Lando Sophomores Sophomores Jon Luchett Thomas Martin Dave Matlock Diane Allaria bows to the former queens, Donna McCracken and her escort, David Hug. Mary Matlock Douglas Mayfield Diana McClellan Donna McCracken Steve McMichael Roger McMurray John Mehl Luan Meredith David Meyer Karla Meyer Penny Meyer Lawrence Modene Jerry Moore Leon Moore Patricia Moorman Thomas Moron Thomas Morton Sharon Mugler Colleen Munzert Steve Neutzling, Gary Nichols Donna Nischwitz Janey Nischwitz Jackie Noll Judith Noud Marla Ohm Greg Orman Judy Paddock Carol Pape Barbara Parker Patricia Parker Malinda Patterson Denny Paul Larry Paul Dave Paur James Peck Monica Pelhank Nancy Pence George Peo Carol Sue Peterson Cynthia Peterson Jerry Philabaum Lee Picklesimer Mary Ann Pittman Jan Poneta Donald Poos Edith Pour Ronald Preloger Sophomores Here come the ° Tigers! Sophomores Barbara Quade David Ratzlaff Linda Redford Sharon Reed Claudette Regna Allen Reiter Richard Reynolds Roger Rice Beverly Richards James Rigler Michael Roberts Gary Robinson Larry Robinson Randall Rodgers Rona ld Rohrkaste Cathy Romback Kathy Saboff — Mary Sampson Paul Scherff Maurice Sanderson Peggy Sartoris Richard Schmidt Randy Schnack inda Scheibal Ronald Schrage in a Vicky Schrodt Michael Schuette : a Sandra Schwab Edward Schwager Diane Schwuchow Karen Shafer Mike Simms Linda Sisson Stephen Skinner Mary Ann Slemer William Slemer Sophomores Deborah Smith Larry Smith Robert Smith William Smith Kathy Solomon Ronald Sones En Garde! Arland Sparks Karen Spiller Linda Spitze William Stack Adrienne Stafford Larry Stahlhut Ronald Stahlhut Patricia Steinle Nona Stevens Yvonne Stewert Linda Stone Mary Strackeljahn Susan Stubbs Anne Elizabeth Sturley DeArle Suhre Dennis Suhre Donald Sullivan John Svoboda Clifford Swiecicki Robert Szegedy Donald Takacs Fred Tate Nyla Taylor Pamela Taylor Sheryl Tenick Albert Tenilado Richard Terry Alan Thatcher Kent Thomas Lawson Thornton Susan Trebing Gerry Trojahn Joe Urban Raymond Vandalia Mary Vanhooser Rae VanHooser Sophomores Carol Vieth Bonnie Wade Cindy Warren Dennis Weber Parris Weber Wayne Weber Garry Wehmeyer Larry Wehmeyer Jean Wehrend Mary Witler Judith Weishaupt Ralph Well James Wells Gary Werner William Westcott Sandra Wheeler Joyce White Mary White Robert White Ronnie White James Wiese Sondra Wildgrube Gary Wilkinson Dennis Wilkins sleo W illiams ry Wilsman dward Wilson .eroy Wilson Audrey Witschie Nancy Will C Le E I John Yack Hal Yates Thomas Yates Mary Ellen York Ronald Young Marvin Ziegler Dale Zimmerman Lindel Zimmerman Frances Kuhn NOT PICTURED: Tom Faulkner Donna Lemm Philip Moody Susan Paproth Diame Singleton Wesley Stroup Five Minutes to pass. Ahrens, Robert 2 SO a er Albl, Vicki 4 29,32,41,83 Albrecht, Kenneth 4 Alexander, Curd 2 Alexander, William Allaria, Diane 2... Allaria, Linda4... Allen, Gloria 2 Allen, James 3 Altefogt, Carol Amistadi, Margaret 3 Anderson, Floyd 3 Anderson, Sherlyn 2 Anderson, Terry 3... « Arth, Allen 2 Ashauer, Mary 2 Ashauer, Sarah 4 Atkinson, Donald 3... Ax, Robert 2 Aylward, Peggy 3... A yward, Sharon 2. Baker, Verla 3 Balke, Gary 3 Balster, Jessica 2 Bangert, Carol 2 Banjovic, Ronald 3 Barnett, Leonard 2 Barnett, Terry 4 Barnsback, Cheryl 3 30,35,36,43,45,114 . 36,48,50,57,124 . 23,30,69,124 " 29731,42,183 Barr, David 2.. Bartles, Dale 3 Barthi, Licia 4 Bast, Bast, William 2 Bazaillion, Josephine 2 Bazaillion, Mary 4 Becker, Carl 4... Becker, Karma 2 Becker, Ken 3 Beckman, Sharon 3 Beckovich, John Bennette, James 3.. Bensa, Marie3. . Berdick, Wilbur 2 Berends, Nancy 3.... Bernhardt, Mary Ann 2.. Bernhardt, Ronnie 4 Berner, Mike 2 Betz, Christina 3... Betz, Elmo4.... Biarkis, Bonnie 2 . . 30, 44, 124 Bickell, Wanda 4.... 31, 39, 84 Bivens, Brad 4 32,42,84 Bivens, Kenneth 4. . 32,40,48,84 Bivens, Thomas 2 Blackburn, Candy 2 16,23,29,45,124 Blind, Bill 4... 35,36,40,48,84 Blumberg, Charles 2... . 57,124 Blume, Craig 3. . 23,40,61,114,148 Boccaleoni, Alberta 2. . 36,44,124 Boccaleoni, Mary 4 Boda, Barbara 3 Bode, David 2 Bode, Katherine 2 Bode, Rana 2 Boehm, John 2 Boehm, Teri 4 Bohnenstiehl, Bolin, Linda 3 Bollinger, Jim 4 Bollinger, Judy 4 16, 29,31,43,65,67,85,111 Boner, Gene 4 85 Boone, Carol 3 iiytes Bopp, David 4 Borgstede, James 2 Bornman, Donald 3 Bornman, Ronald 3 Bosch, Edward 4 Boswell, Kenneth 3 Boyd, Janice 3 - Boyle, Karen 2 Boyle, Martha 2 . . 16,23,25,27,36,38,124,125 Brasch, Donna 3. . . 16, 26, 30, 41 Bradford, Glenn 2. xs 40,48,114 Bradford, Lester 2... .50,57,125 Branding, Linda 3 25,31,34,41,114 Brase, Laural 2... 31,43,44,114 Bratten, Linda 2 125 Bridwell, Richard2. . Brockmeier, Betty 4 os hg eo a at Oe 69,85 Brockmeier, Ronna 2. Brooks, Herbert 3 Brooks, Scott 4 Brown, Darlene 4 Brown, Jean 3 16, 24, 25,30,32,33,45, 46 Brown, Jeff 3 Brown, Linda 3 Brown, Marshall3. Brown, Robert 3 Brubaker, Linda 2 25,30,36,43,124,125 Brunworth, David =: . B, 45, 85 Brunnworth, Janet 4..... 26,85 Bryant, Carol 3 Buchanan, Douglas 3. Buesser, ‘Marlene 4 Buesser, Nadene 2 Buhrmester, Sherry 2. . 30,42,125 Bullard, Donna 3 : Bullard, Floyd4. . Bulmer, Jeffrey 3 Bunt, Judith 3 Bunte, Jane 3.. Bunte, Linda 4... Bunte, Richard 4. Burd, Cheryl 2 Burd, Christina 2 Burgess, Donald 3....., Burgess, Donna 3 Burgett, Joice 3... Burges, Carol 4.. Burjett, Loretta Burian, Stephen 2 Burk, Davi Burnett, Delores 4 Burnett, Judy 4.... Burns, Kenneth 3 Burns, William 3 Burroughs, Dee 3... « 23, 24, 30, 31. »45,61,115 Burrus, Marilee 3 . . 2, 31, 39, 115 Burrus, Martha 2 Bu rton, Ralph 4 Busch, Diana 3... 30,42,43,115 Busker, Connie 3... . 30,42,115 Bussmann, Linda 2.... Byrley, Jackie 4 Caban, John 2 ‘ ere en aie Cain, Sandra 3 Cameron, Tom 4 Campbell, Gary 4. Canner, Eunice 4 Carpenter, Willie 2, Carter, AMCE =- 2.2 s.% Carter,°Raymond 4.... Carter, Ronald 2. Carter, Wayne 3 23,30, 39, 123 ” 29, 3i, 34, 39, 86 — 16, 26, 27,86 29,31,34,86 Cartwright, Mary Jean3... Casey, James 2 Cerney, Joseph 2 Cerney, Rose 4 Champion, Linda 2 Chandler, Ronnie 4 Chapman, Morris 3 Chartrand, Lawrence 4 87 Cherry, Sue 3. .20,30,31,40,63,115 Christofferson, David 3 125 Clark, Werner 4. 24,25,32,33,87 Cleven er, Don 2% oe 33, 36, 115 Cliff, Menzie 4.. 25, 32, 33, 45,87 Cline, Wayne 3 lis Cochran, Kenneth 2 Coerver, Adrianna 2 Coerver, Bernadine 3 Coerver, Christina 4 Colbert, Karen... Coleman, Diana 3 Considine, Sharon 4 Cooper, Alan 3 Cooper, Beverl Corl, Kristin Correll, Marion 3 19,32,33,36,39,115 Cottrell, Roger 4 87 Cox, Gail3.. . . . 30,31,43,115,125 Cox, Linda 2 39 Crabtree, Margie 4 Craft, Betty 3 Creek, Jerry 2... Creek, Paulette 4 Cress, Aleta3.. Crook, David 4 Crook, Fred 2 Crump, Debra 2 Crump, James 3 Cruse, David 2 Cruse, Herman 3 Cruse, Senadee 4 Cullipher, Robert 2 Cullipher, Shirley 3 27,30,31,36,61,115 Cunningham, Carol 2 Cunningham, John 4 Cunningham, Renee 3 19, 24,25, 27,61, ay Cunningham, Sandra 3 Curlee, Carol 3 Daggett, Sandra3.. Dain, Mary 2 Dale, Diane 4 Dale, Glen 2 Danaher, Roy 3.. Daube, am | 4 Daube, Ronald 3 ll Davis, Joann4. . 29,31,40,43, “' 115 Davis, Katherine 3 Davis, Paul 2 Dawson, Michael 3 Dawson, Robert 4. Deak, Alfred 2 Deak, Robert 3 Deal, Curtis 3 Deal, Sandra 2 Dean, Linda Sue 3 Dean, Mary 3 «+--+ 90,32,34,36,43,45, ee DeConcini, Dennis 3 115 DeConcini, Larry 3 DeConcini, Linda ‘2. . DeConcini, Marie 4 Deen, Judy 3. Deist, David 2 Deist, Steve 2 Dellamano, Larry 2 Dickess, Joyce 4... Dickman, Charlene 4 Dickman, Prank 2 is. s.ea% 126 Dickmann, Bennett 3 Diepholz, Roger Dietzel, David 4... . Dippold, Eric Dippold, Jack 2 Dippold, Karl 4 Dodds, Kenneth 3 Dorsey, potted 4 Dorsey, Jeanette 2 Dorsey, Patricia3.... aS agg jvelva 3 23,35,36,39,4 Drexelius, Vincent q. » Durham, Donna 2 Dustman, Bob 2... Dustman, Ginger 25,30,36,45,61,115 Dutton, Donald 3 - ene” 126 Duvall, Sharon 4 Dycus, Jim Eaker, Thomas 3 Eberhardt, Gary 3 Eberhardt, Ronald 4 , Eberle, Jean 2 16, 23, 25,27,35,36,126 Ebrecht, Kenneth 4 Eck, Bob 3 Eden, Phyllis 4 sm ee oe Oe g eee eae Edwards, Gloria 2 Eilers, James 3 E lberson, Elledge, Linda 3 Ellis, Harold 4 Ellis, Lucille 4 Ellis, Walter 2... 48,50,57,126 Engelke, Charles 4 89 Engleman, Joan 4 Enos, Janice 3 39,43,116 Erb, Ronald 2 ., 23,126 Eson, Mary 3 Evanik, Joe 4 Evanik, John 3 Evanik, Leslie 2 Evans, Martin 3 Fagan, Dennis 4. Farrell, James 2 Faulkner, Shirley 3 Faulkner, Tom 2 Felchlin, Charles 2 Felchlin, David 3 Feldworth, Rosemary Fencel, Sharon 4 Ferraris, Linda 2 Ferverda, Joe 3 File, Julia 2 Finke, Gary 3 Fischer, Allen 2 Fish, Jack 3 Fitzpatrick, Susan 3. Flack, John 3 Flannery, Marvin 3 Fleming, Margy 3 Flynn, Paula 3 Forshee, Richard 2 Fornhoff, Harold 2. Forshaw, Gary 3 Foster, Jack 4 Foster, Sharon 4 Foster, William 3 France, Gary 2 Franke, Gary 4 Franklin, Jackie 2 Franklin, Janet 3. Franklin, Jimm Freitag, Nancy ‘ French, Davi French, Larry 2 32,33,40,116 . 23,39,116 . 23,43,126 Freshaur, Elizabeth 3 Frillman, Robert 3 Frueh, Gary 2 Fruit, Charles 3. . 16,25,45,5: Fruit, Williaam2..... 3 Fruth Steven3. . 25,3 Fuller, Shirley 23,31,34,40,45,116 Fultz, Fay ;‘ 30, 39, 116 Funke, Jim 4 Gagliardo, Maryann 3 Gallagher, Randy 2 Gallagher, Vicki 3 Gemme, ROY 2.5 sc wee | 36,126 Garde, Catherine Garde, Joe 3 Garner, Judith 3 Garner, Patsy 2 Garner, Phyllis 4 Garretson, Charles 3 Garwood, Kent 4 Gass, Pamela Gau, George3..... Gent, Michael Gentry, Janice Geschwend, Bob3...... 44, 117 Gerber, Richard om pias 25 ,90 Gerdt, David 2.... 26, 36,42, 127 Gholston, Larry : 117 Giacomelli, Gail Gibbs, Teddy 3 Gibson, Honna 4. .. Gibson, Rose 4 rie Gh ak 20, 24,27,32,41,43,90, 111 Giebeau, Vicki 12 Gieszelmann, Jeanne 4. . 31,43 90 Gieszelmann, Sharon 3... 36, 117 Gili, Sandra 3 30,44,117 Gillig, Gary 4 25,27,90 Gillig, JoAnne 4 29,43,90 Goebel, Richard 4......5l, 91 Going, Mark 3 Gordon, James 4 Gordon, Robert 4 Gosney, Mary3.....; Gould, Deanna 3 Gower, Carol 3 Graham, Carol Gregg, Michael 2 Gregor, Kenneth3...... Gremer, Kathy 4 Cremer, Sharon Ser thentined: David Sac. i Gross, Paul + Grubaugh, Gloria Gueldner, Elmer 2 Gunther, Robert 2 Gusewelle, Beverly 3 . . 26,30, 117 Gusewelle, Karen 4... 31, 41 91 Gusewelle, Kenneth 3. . 44,45,117 Gusewelle, Mary : 16,23,43,45,127 Gusewelle, Monte 3 Gusewelle, Gusewelle, Gusewelle, Thomas 2 . Gusewelle, William3 . . Guthrie, Jimmie 2 aianiecereiindnie Hadley, Brenda 4 91 Hagemeister, John4....., Sl, 91 Hairston, Lionel 2 Hairston, Maryann 4.... 41, 31 Halbe, Jane 3 26,30, 117 Hale, Betty 7 Hale, Shirley 3 Hall, Charles 4 Hall, Leland 4 Hamby, Hamlin, Janice 2 2 Hamlin, Richard 3....... 117 Hammer, Kenneth 4 Hampton, Alan 2 Handlon, Clare2... Handshy, John a Hanke, Wi ‘ Hanna, Hansen, . 23,30,42,127 Py 45,58,54,92 peeicitanie’ 43,92 Hansen, William 3 Harber, — 3 Harbinson, Hardy, Don 2 3 Haring, John 4 Harris, Betty 4 Harris, Robert 4 Harris, William 2... .; Harrison, Carol 2.....4 Hartley, Kathy 2 Hartley, Lynita : Hartman, John3.... Hartman,Phil 4 92 Hartmann, Louis 4. . 16,43,53,127 Hartnagel, Kathleen, 4 . . 32,41,92 Hartzel, Tom 2 Hartung, Debby Harvill, Earl 4 Harvill, Richard 2..... 44,127 Hawk, William 2 127 Haynes, Linnea 4, . 29,32,39,43,92 Head, Gary 3... 23, 35, 57,117 Hefferman, Donald 3 Heflin, Larry 3 Heidinger, Lynn Ellen 4 ee 16,17 ,18,19,25,27,32,93,113 Heidinger, Robert 4 26,32,36,45 4 Heinemeier, Jerry 4 Heldenbrand, Diane ae Hellfrung, Bonnie 4 Hellrung, Daniel 4 18,19,27,93,111 Helm, Carol2.... 23,25,36,127 Helmkamp, Shirley 3 30,31,41,44, 117 Hemann, Dennis 2 12 Hencke, Diane 4 Henderson, Judy 3. Henderson, Wayne 4 Hendricks, Tommy 2 Henke, Marcia 4 Henke, Richard 4 Henke, Bonsld 4 wis «Ge ere sels 93 Henry, Barbara 4 26,93 oe’ Marilyn 21. owed, 00; aoe 127 . 27,45,69,117 Hertel, Gary 2 Hesdra, Kenneth 3 Hickey, Gregory 3..... 23,117 Highlander, David 2 7 Highlander, Myra 2. Hildreth, Susan 2 Hillis, Birkie : Hlavas, Marilyn 3 Hodapp, Kathleen 3... Hofeditz, Daniel 4... Hogue, Freddie 3 Holliday, Dennis 4 Holliday, Gary Hollowich, Gary Holschouser, Jim 3. Holtmann, Orville 3 Holtmann, Wayne 3 Honchak, Phyl is 3. Hook, Carolyn 3 Hoover, Jack 2.. Hoover, Mary J. 3 23,36, 40,4 45, 127 135 Hoover, Richard 3 Hopkins, Karen ace a 32,40,63,94 Hopkins, Wallace re ree. Hopkins, William 2..... . 128 Horstman, Lois 4.... " 29,43,94 Hoskins, James 3... . 6,48,118 Hoskins, Paul 2.... . 48,50,128 Hoskins, Robert 4... . 48,55,94 Houba, Cheri 3 30,32,39,118 Howells, Barbara 2...... 128 Howells, Noreen 2.... . 43,128 Howells, Pamela3....... 118 Hubbard, Monte3....... 118 Hug, David 2... . : » - 45,957,128 Hughes, Kenneth 2.... . 43,128 Hughes, Phyllis4.... . 31,34,39 Bunt. Bayt Gis « 6 as a 118 Hunter, David4. 33,40,63,94 Hurst, Deloris 3. Hutcherson, Mary 4. Hyten, William ;‘ Ingram, Mickey Isenberg, Ronald 3 Jackson, Judy : Jackson, Linda 3. Jellen Cheryl 2. Jellen, John 3 Jellen, Steve 2 Jenkins, Anne 2... 16,27,30,128 Jenkins, Marilyn 4... 31,44,74 Jenkins, Mary 4. . . 25,35,36,39,94 Jennings, Ronald 4....... 94 Jonnson, Glew. 4.4.36. .« GA Johnson, Robert3..... . 44,118 Johnson, Sherry 2..... . 39,128 Jonnson, Terry 4......» » 48,99 Johnson, Wayne 2..... . 44,128 Vones, BErnICe 20.5.5.0 6 3 2% se Jones, Gloria 3. 93,45:118°1: 138 a is ae @ 6) SBS 904s, 18 SORES, CUGY ZSisise aw w a wee BO Jones, Terry 4... « « »-40,53,95 Jones, William 4 UUCNCCT SOLE 2i5 oss aes « ESS Jumper, Jimmy. 3... s+. « 118 Justice, Patricia 4 .. 16,26,41,95 Kahle, Janice 4...... R 95 Raiser, WEme 3h... ses 61, 118 Kappler, Luciile 2.2... 42,1 28 Kane, Bradley 3........ 118 Kassa, Steve 3 118 Kassing, Karen 3.... Keck, Janet 4. . . . 29,31,39,95,111 Keith, Judy 4. Keller, James 2... Kempher, Lynn 3. .: Kennedy, Wayne 3. Kerckhoff, Kenneth 4 Kerckhoff, Warren “ , st Kernahn, Sally 3's 2; 31, 34, 44, 118 Kes], Theresa 2...... . 30,128 Retcnam, GAYS os. « vs ES Ketcham, Sharon 3. . 41,44,118 Key, Sally 4. « + + 23552,99,95 Kienstra, Carolyn 3. : Killion, Adrienne 2 Killion, Charles4. . . .53,54,95,96 Kilmurray, Dennis 3. . . 26,42,118 Kinder, Kelly 4 Kang, Darrel 3. i « . King, Donna 2. King, Linda 4 Kine. “Richard 2... Kirby, POUL au 95 Klein, Janice 2. Klingel, OEE HE ea Ae Klopmeier, Karlyn 2. Klueter, Linda 2. BRReChe,. ll Ss . a « «ke Knecht, James 2. . . 36, 44,128 Knient, BUL2: 54. «» « «42,828 136 Knorse, Sharon 2. Koch, Gary 3 Koch, Rodney 2 Koch, Ross 2. Koen, James 3. Kooker, Judy 3 Kovarik, Bill 2. Kraner, Janice Kreuiter, Edward 4...... Kribs, Kay 2... . . 41,43,45,128 Krieger, Gary 25..... .. 128 Krieger, James 4... . 32,51,96 Krome, Judy 4..... 36,39,96 Krotz, Sharon 2 ....4 66,128 Rese, TsO Os we Ona oa ee slo aac (or te 5 20, 25,30,40,63,118 Krejci, James 3. . 40,44,52,118 Kriege, Jean 3. . . 23,30,31,39,118 Kuchta, Kathy 4......: 29,90 Kuethe, Ronald 4... . 23,42,96 Kuhn, Frances 2 ... 36,43,133 Kurmann, Robert 3. . 19,23,31,123 Kyro, Mary 4...... 29,31,41 LaBardi, Richard 2... . 23,128 LBCCY WLAEEE Dies, ans! oe s RAS AGRE 4) aces Gp ee oO Lamb, Martha 3 ; 20,24,25,27 33,40,41,118 ambert, Janet 2 . 9,30,43,128 and, Judy 4 31,43,44,96 ano, Carol 4... « s « « S196 Wm CrOee Dice Me oe ewe) eee andwehrmier, Harriet4..... pete le 16, 20,21,27,31,68,96 ONG: GAY BR. . we 3 oe 6 MORE ane, Kathy 3. . . 44,118 wane, John 2... . « « « 20,43,129 ange, Ralph. 4... « « + 13,97 angendorf, Donald 3 118 angendorf, JoAnn 3. . . 30,39,118 ,ankford, Maureen 2,.... 129 antz, Sharon 4 ... .25,27,29,97 Srices, G0. Gc eke ¢ es OD aricks, Myra 4...... - 63,97 autner ’ Richard 2. ot « « wOUpeD awrence, Wanda 4... 2. «64,57 gweon, Devid 2 ...2+%'. ka eeds, Peter 3 emm, Donna 4.. eu, Judith 4 ewis, Elmer 4. ewis, Jack 3. ewis, Jeff 2.. ewis, Tom 4. iebler, Keita 3 . ienemann, Gene 4 oe inkeman, Kenneth 4 ae he ’ 44, 97 inksvayer, Linda3.... 26, i18 inn, Richard Bis: Ys oe «oe eee ischmann, Judith 4— acti ; 20, 21,31,43,98,99 Little, . James Us » stlj;oo,00; 54, [18 Lockmann, Carla 2 129 Lohr, Richard a. . s % « SUEZ 9S Long, Geraldine 4........98 Leng. Ween os ick ots eS Long, Marshall 4....... 98 Lott, Maureen 3....... . ik8 Lovsey, Beverly 4 Lowenstein, Carolyn 4 . . 31,39,98 Lucas, Marilyn 3... . 30,39,118 Lecco, Bill 3... : Luckett, Jon 2. ats Lueker, Karen 3. . Lutes, Merl 2. Luttrell, Lee 4. Luttrell, Vera3. Lynn, Richard 2 Mace, Karen 4. j Madison, Myron3....... Maguire, Mike 3.... 32,61, 119 Malone, James 2.... i. ee Mansfield, Steven 2... os. 36,129 Marcus, Clyde ; Mareing, John 2... .. « « 20;129 Mareing, Tom 4.. : 32,40,42,48,65, 69,98, 111 Marti, DEVE Sco 1 + 2 tw eee Martin, Marian 2). 55.06. Ee Martin, Moertly 2 . 54 2 sn «Ae Martin, Margarie 3....4...-. ee . 23,28,30,31,119 Martin, Sandra3.... . 39,68,119 Martin, Steve 2....... 43,129 Martin, Thomes 25... 4. Sy Mason, Marilyn 4........98 Mationk, David 2.4... .%. . Lay Matlock, Mary 2.6 i050 2B Matlock, Sylvia 3......: . Sag Mayfield, Douglas 2... . . 27,129 McCalla, Kenneth 4...... 98 MoGeny, Paul-4... ... » + « «fee McCellan Bob 4 McCellan, Diane 2... . £2 McCracken, Donna 3.. " 45, 68,129 McGee, Mary 4 .... 20, 21, 99 McLean, Margaret 4. . 29,31 " 40, 43 McMichael, Steve 2... é 23, 12 29 McMurray, Roger 2... 45, 98,129 McNich, Mary 4...... . 44, 98 McReaken, Gary 3....... 119 Meador, Michael3....... 119 Meek, Mary Jo3..... 26,30,119 Mehl, John 2 .. 25,36,45,57,129 WIGT, ROY 4. sso 0 w! che oe oe Menoni, Steve 3... . . 23,42,119 Meredith, Luan 2..... 43,129 Merkel, Judith 3 . . 24,26,30, 41° 119 Messerly, Carol 4... . .31,36,98 Meévyer,. David 2c. ss ost bee Meyer, Janet 3... . 26,30,119 Myer, Karla 2. . 16,23,25,30,129 Meyer, Kenneth 3 ..... I119 Meyer, Paul3...... 53,119 Meyer, Penelope 2. . 25,36,43,129 Meyer, Ronald 4....... 99 Meyer, Wiliam 4 .°. 5 «.« 99 Micuel, Ropert 4. 3 a se oe TO PAP 23,40,45,68,83,99 Michel, William3. ..... .57,119 Miller, Kathy 4. . . 29,32,42,43,99 Miller, Sharon 3. ; Mitchell, Brenda 4 . Mitchell, Priscilla 3. Modene, Lawrence 2. Moehle, Karen 3. Moody, Phillip 2. Moore, Cynthia 3. Moore, Glenn 4. Moore, Jean 3 . Sion 16,1 Moore, Jerry 2. Moore, Karyle 3. Moore, Leon 2... Moore, Mary Sue 4 , Moore, Spencer 4... Moorman, Patricia 2 , Morgan, Kenneth 4 Moran, Thomas : Morrison, Gerald 3. . 10,36,45,119 Morton, Thomas Gary 2. . 50,130 Mottar, Bonnie 3 se 8% 6 2OpOO OE 04, 00,08 ,40,119 Motz, David 4 Te ee . 26,27,100 Mudge, Carolyn 3 oe : 20, 25,30, 52,33, 40, 119 Mugler, Sharon Dignan os ee eee Mullane, Henry 3...... 26,119 Munzert, Colleen Piste si aus ae Myers, ‘Robert. 3 2.7. os bs Uae Nemnich, Sharon 3 , oe ent 19,25,27 ,30,45,114,119 Neubauer, Terry a . 40,45,119 Neudecker, Bruce 4 eae? 26,100 Neutzling, Richard 4 . 100 Neutzling, Steve 2... .... +s . kok Newton, Michael 3 .....:.. ¢- 5,32,33,40,119 30,: g7 5 Newton, Tom 3 Nichols, Gary ; Nicholson, DeEllen 3 Nicolussi, Joe4...... Nischwitz, Donna2.... 30, 1 30 Nischwitz, Janey 2.... 30,43, 130 Nobbe, Dennis 4 100 Noll, Jackie 2... . Noll, Richard 4 . 16,17,40,42,48,65,67,100,113 Noto, Elene 26,30,119 Noud,. Judith 2...... « 30,160 Novak, Mary Ann3.... 39,119 Nuernberger, Gary 3... . 32,119 Nuernberger, Ronald 4 100 Ohm; Msrla2.«. 6s 6 » « 20,180 O'Neil, Sally Orman, Greg 2 Ostendorf, Diane 3 Ozier, Stewart 3 Paddock, j Pape, Carol 2 Paproth, Barbara 3. Paproth, Melvin 4 Paproth, Susan2... Parker, Barbara 2 16, 20, 25, 27,130 Parker, John 4 40,100 Parker, Pat 2. . 23,30,43,130 Parker, Richard sae 119 Parrill, Walter 4. . . 32,33,36,101 Pashea, Dennis 4 Pass, Richard 3. Fe ares BN 36,61, 119 Paul, Paul, cares iz Paur, DOVES: oa) x, 2d eo BO Paur, Karen 4 Peck, James 2. 7,130 Pence, ancy 2 3 « aOpedyel ,36,130 Pendergrass, Gerald 3 40,42,48,119 Peo, George 2... . . 26,36,45,130 Perry, John 3 Perry, Larcy o's sas the 101,119 Peterson, Carol 2 Peterson, Cynthia 2 Peterson, Dennis 4 Peterson, Steve 4... Pfeifer, Leonard 3 Pfeiffer, Sandra 3 Phelps, Randy SE 35, 120 Philabaun, Bob 4 101 Philabaun, Phillips, Judy 4, 41,101 Picklesimer, Lee 2 27,130 Pike, Joann 4 44,101 Pillger, Helen 3 Pittman, Mary 2 . 23,30,42,130 Poe, 42,130 Poeiling, Eugene 2 44,101 Polk, Don 4 101 Poneta, Jan 2. . . .16,48,50,69,130 Poneta, Suzanne 4. . . 31,34,39,101 Poole, (RAPGW 3) «vs ok «es 120 Poos, Donald 2. . 45,48, Poos, Kenneth 3... y Pour, Edith 2 Pratt, Walter 3 Preloger, Ronald 2... Price, Sharon3...... 31,39,120 Prott, Sharon 4 31,44, 102 Prusa, James 3 Prusa, Nancy 4 Puhse, Tom 4.... Quade Barbara 2 Randall, Darcy 4 28,29,32,34,43 102,113 Ranek, Elaine 3 Ranek, Lawrence 3 ,12 Ratziatl, David: 2 «5 % 131 Ratzlaff, Ronald3..... . 32,120 Raulston, Jerry 4 y . 45,69, 101 Rebb, Joyce 4 Redford, Linda 2.... Reed, Kathleen Reed, Sharon 2 Regna, Claudette Regna, Mike 4 Reid, Jean 3 26,30,120 Reinhardt, Mike 102 Reinhardt, Richard 3... Reiter, Allen 2 Reiter, Carl Reiter, Diane Reiter, Leonard 4 Renken, Kristine 3. . Reynolds, Richard Rezabek, Roger 3 Rice, Leattrice 3 Rice, Roger 2 Richards, Beverly 2. .: Ricker, Bill 4 Rigier, James 2, . 6 x3 6 «us 131 Rigler, Kathryn4. . 16,32,39,43,102 Rinkel, Linda 3 120 Rizzoli, Jay 4 Roberts, Michael 2 Robertson, Janice 3 Robinson, Gary Robinson, Larry Robinson, Terry Roderick, Roger Rogers, Gail 3 Rogers, Randall 2 Rohrkaste, Ronald Rohrkaste, William 40,52,54,120 Rojack, Jomn SS... 3; 40,48,120 Rood, Cathy3. . . .30,31,34,35,120 Rombach, Cathy 2..... . 23,131 Rose, Susan 4 41,103 Roseberry, Larry 3 120 Rotter, John 3. . 32,33,40,51,120 Ruppad, (ervyis:. cas se 6 44,120 Russell, Glenn 3 2 Rutz, Carol 4 Saboff, Carol Saboff, Kathy 2 Saboff, Sandra 3 Sabol, Larry 3 Sackett, Dell Ray 4 Sampson, Mary 2 Sanderson, Maurice ; Sandrin,Jack 3 Sartoris, Peggy 2 Sasek, Judy 4 Sawyer, Reta 3 Schaefer, Arlin 4 Schaefer, Pamela Schafer, Bonnie 3 Schafer, Ronnie Schafer, Fred 3 Scheibal, Linda Scheibe, Carol 3... . 26,30,120 Scheiff, Brenda 3 26,36,120 Scherff, Paul 2 . . - 36,44,131 Schipkowski, Carla 3 . . 30,39,120 Schloss, Ray 4 : 3 Schmid, Don 4 Schmidt, Carolyn 3 Schmidt, Connie 4.... 41, 43, 103 Schmidt, Guy 3 23,120 Schmidt, Richard 2.... 44,131 Schmidt, Ronald 3 44,121 Schmidt, Tommy 3 32,114,120 Schnack, Randy 2.... 37,131 Schneider, Joan 4 .... 41,103 Schneider, Judith 4 .. . 3,41,104 Schneider, Judy ae 25,30, 32,33,35, 36,39, 103,121 Schoettle, Norman 4... ., 40,104 Schrader, Patricia 3. . 24,30,121 Schrage, James 3 Schrage, Janet 3... Schrage, John 3 Schrage, Ronald 2 . 23,36,131 32,39,103 . 42,43,120 Schreiber, Susan 4 19,27,29,31,43,104 Schrodt, Vicky 2... 23,28,43,131 Schuette, Michael 2... 35,36,131 Schulte, Linda 3... 41,42,61,121 Schumacher, David3. . " 40, 48, 121 Schultz, Cathy 3 y Schwab, Sandra F Schwalb, Schwager, Schwager, Tom 2 Schwehr, Richard3.... Schwuchow, Diane 2 Scott, Bill 2 Scott, Dianne 4. . Scott, Vincent 3 2¥ Seals, Roger3..... . 25,45,121 Seaton, Kenney 3...... 25,121 Seibert, Linda 3 43,121 Senn, Robert Seymour, Shafer, Sharp, sors Beth 4. Shashack, Willard .. Sheppard, Alan3.....25 Sheppard, Donna 4 Shimunek, Larry 3 Shirley , Patsy 4 Shook, Lorraine i a 42,43,121 Sickbert, MaryLeslie4. .32,39,104 Sievers, Dennis 3 45,121 Sidener, Joe 4. . . 16,17,19,27,104 Simms, Fred 3 42,61,121 Simms, Mike 2. ..... . 50,593,131 Simpson, Fred 4. . 2 Simpson, Louis 3 Sines, Judith 3 yg Sisson, Sisson, ‘ Skamenca, Dorothy Sie aie e Olaeee Skinner, Mike 4. . . 26,40,45,48,105 Skinner; Stephen 2... « «.: 45,131 Slemer, Mary Ann 2. . . 23,30,131 Slemer, Robert 4... . 23,39,105 Slemer, Vicki 4 Slemer, William ; . 31,34,39,43,104 . 32,39,104 =Small, Edward4. . 2 Smith, Danny 3 Smith, Deborah 2 Smith, James 4 Smith, Larry ‘ Smith, Norma 4 Smith, Robert Smith, Terry 4. . 32,40,63,105, lll Smith, William 2... . . . 90,132 Snell, Trudy 4.... 40,43,63, 105 Snyder, Barbara 4 105 Solomon, Katherine 2 20, 25,45,132 Sones, ROMA 2c esas ee 132 Southard, Pam 3 Sparks, ‘Arland 2 Special, John 3 Speckman, Dennis 4 19,40,42,105,113 Spencer, Don 3 . . 40,45,48,57,121 Spengel, Robert 3 Speller, Karen 2 Spitze, Stack, Jim 4 Stack, William Stafford, Adrienne Stahlhut, Larry 2 Stahlhut, Ronald 2 Staley, Clarence 4 32,33,36,39,45,105 120 ia sg Barbara 3. oe Susan 2 Advertisers’ Index A B FEED AND SEED STORE 146 W. Vandalia 656-0910 Page 48 AUERBACH'S WOMEN'S APPAREI 126 N. Main 656-4801 Page 75 BALLWEG'S DRUGS 136 N. Main Montclaire Shopping Center 656-0272 656-3435 Page 75 BANK OF EDWARDSVILLE Main and Purcell 656-0057 Page 74 BASSMAN JEWELRY 211 N. Main 656-6431 Page 119 BEN FRANKLIN STORES 116 N. Main 1504 Troy Road 656-7430 Page 119 BLUME'S APPAREL 104 N. Main 656-3616 Page 119 656-3529 BROCKMEIER PANEL FABRICATORS, INC. 223 North 7th Street East St. Louis 271-4389 Page 33 BROOKS JEWELRY 213 N. Main 656-0784 Page 75 BUCHANAN STREET MARKET 224 S. Buchanan Street 656-4643 Page 119 BUHRMESTER WALLPAPER AND PAINT 201-203 N. Second Street 656-0490 Page 75 CASSENS DODGE-CHRYSLER AGENCY 121 Hillsboro Avenue 656-6070 Page 112 CASSENS SHEET METAL 311 N. Main Street 656-5001 Page 123 CENTRAL SHOE SHOP 108 Hillsboro Avenue Page 123 CHAPMAN AND YOUNG 10410 Manchester Road St. Louis 22, Mo. Page 9 CLAYTON CLEANERS 501 N. Main Street 656-1070 Page 123 CLOVERLEAF-HOME BUILDING ANDLOAN ASSOCIATION 148 N. Main Street 656-6122 Page 50 CONTINENTAL BAKING CO, Wonder No. l St. Louis Bakery St. Louis, Mo. Page 123 DAIRY QUEEN 423 S. Buchanan Street 656-9702 Page 33 DILLMAN'S PAINT AND WALLPAPER 222 N. Main Street 656-7358 Page 33 DON COFFMAN INSURANCE CO, 254 N, Main Street 656-2075 Page 33 MRS, EVELYN DUGGER FORMALS 136 N. Fillmore 656-2943 Page 34 EAKER'S BARBER SHOP 227 N. Main Street 656-1128 Page 26 EDRAY FOODS, INC. Canned Foods Wholesale 18th and State Streets Granite City Page 9 EDWARDSVILLE AUTO DEALERS ASSOCIA- TION " It Pays to Buy at Home " Page 49 EDWARDSVILLE CREAMERY CO, 223 W. Park Street 656-5365 Page 52 EDWARDSVILLE FROZEN FOODS 246 N. Main Street 656-1479 Page 111 EDWARDSVILLE LUMBER CO, 2nd and High Streets 656-5024 Page 6 EDWARDSVILLE NATIONAL BANK AND TRUST CO, 100 St. Louis Street 656-4316 Page 81 EDWARDSVILLE SHOE SERVICE 105 E. Vandalia 656-4562 Page 26 EICKMANN STUDIO 219 Hillsboro Avenue 656-2424 Page 51 EVELYN'S BEAUTY SALON 101 E. Vandalia 656-3091 Page 26 FABRIC CENTER 219 N, Main Street 656-0330 Page 12 FIGGE ZENITH RADIO AND TELEVISION 123 W. Vandalia 656-0348 Page 34 FIRST FEDERAL SAVINGS AND LOAN 140 N. Main Street 656-6200 Page 19 FREDMAN BROS, FURNITURE 119 N. Main Street 656-4400 Page 12 GEISSLER ROOFING CO., INC, 605 S. Illinois Ave. Belleville Page 34 GEORGE AND DORA'S NORTH-END BARBECUE 1101 N. Main Street 656-9718 Page 34 GLIK'S DEPARTMENT STORE 1508 Troy Road 656-3875 Page 1l HAMEL SERVICE CO, Box 128 Hamel 633-2224 Page 113 HAMEL STATE BANK 105 E. State Street 633-2265 Page 113 HELPEE-SELFEE COIN LAUNDRY 501 St. Louis Street 656-9775 Page 113 P. N, HIRSCH CO, 122 N. Main Street 656-4458 Page 62 HOLIDAY INN U.S. Highway By-pass 66, 40 Ill. 157 656-300 Page 6 HOLIDAY ONE-HOUR CLEANERS 112 Hillsboro Avenue 656-0202 Page 113 HOME NURSERY GREENHOUSE, INC, St. Louis Road 656-1790 Page 62 ILLINOIS OFFICE EQUIPMENT CO, 341 Collinsville Avenue East St. Louis Page 62 IMBER'S MEN'S WEAR 144 N. Main Street 656-6112 Page ll IRMA'S BEAUTY SALON 405 St. Louis Street 656-4950 Page 111 JACK'S PHILLIPS 66 SERVICE STATION 141 W. Vandalia 656-5362 Page 111 JIM JONES, INC. 1407 Troy Road 656-0132 Page 111 JOHNSTON'S IGA FOODLINER 228 N. Main Street 656-4642 Page 111 K.-D, CONCRETE 524 Jefferson Road 656-3850 Page 61 LEONA'S BEAUTY SHOP 214 Hillsboro Avenue 656-0619 Page 7 LEU'S IGA MARKET 142 N. Main Street 656-7058 Page 7 LIBSON SHOPS, INC. 134 N, Main Street 656-5119 Page 7 L.S.M. BUILDERS, INC. 307 N. Main Street 656-3346 Page 62 MADISON COUNTY TRACTOR AND EQUIP- MENT CO, (G-E Appliances) 130 Hillsboro Avenue 656-1760 Page 112 MADISON STORE 115 Purcell 656-5033 Page 10 LESLEY MARKS FUNERAL HOME 210 N. Kansas Street 656-7577 Page 83 MELODY BAR 128 N. Main Street 656-4885 Page 7 METCALF INSURANCE AND REAL ESTATE CO 112 N. Main Street 656-5178 Page 27 MEYER RADIO AND TELEVISION SERVICE 225 N. Main Street 656-4620 Page 83 MIDWEST LOAN COMPANY 152 N. Main Street 656-5082 Page 10 MODERN LIVING RADI-HEAT CO, 612 E, Franklin 656-2197 Page 82 MOORE AND STORK CLEANERS FURRIERS 511 N. Main Street 656-5471 Page 10 MOTTAR DRUG CO, 206 N, Main Street 656-0067 Page 61 NATHAN MARCUS 146 N. Main 656-0241 Page 35 D. NUERNBERGER BEAUTY SHOP 1401 Eberhart 656-4832 Page 10 DON OHL OFFICE SUPPLY 132 N. Main 656-5403 Page 83 ORMAN'S STANDARD SERVICE 201 E, Vandalia 656-97 20 Page 27 OVERBECK'S 122 N. Main 656-0195 Page 8 PEOPLES SAVINGS AND LOAN 107 Purcell 656-5197 Page 83 PERSONALITY BEAUTY SHOP 305 N. Main 656-0704 Page 35 WM. D. PIZZINI, INC. 110 W, College 656-5390 Page 35 RENKEN'S 229 N. Main 656-0887 Page 8 ROHRKASTE DAIRY AND RESTAURANT 1003 N, Main 656-4780 Page 144 SALLY ANN BAKERY 102 N. Main Street 656-4509 Page 8 OSCAR SCHMIDT INSURANCE AGENCY 214 St. Louis Street 656-0120 Page 18 SCHMIDT, BROWN REAI ESTATE 214 St. Louis Street 656-0120 Page 18 SCHULZE AND BURCH BISCUIT CO, P.O, Box 490 Granite City Page 18 HOMANN, SCHUMACHER'S MOBIL SERVICE 1016 N, Main Street 656-9717 Page 18 SHUP ACK'S 124 N. Main Street 656-1307 Page 35 SOUTHWESTERN TIVE, INC, 404 S, Third Street Greenville 644-1025 Page 16 STAHLY CARTAGE 130A Hillsboro Avenue 656-5070 Page 29 ELECTRIC CO-OPERA- WALSWORTH STATE SECURITY INSURANCE CO, 130A Hillsboro Avenue 656-3030 Page 29 SUHRE'S GAS AND APPLIANCE CO, P.©.. Box 127 Hamel 633-2231 Page 16 20th CENTURY SPORTING GOODS 237 N. Main Street 656-1234 Page 16 VAN'S D-X SERVICE 236 N. Main Street 656-9836 Page 16 WEBER FUNERAL HOME 304 N. Main Street 656-4655 Page 20 WELLS TIRE SALES, INC, 125 W, Vandalia 656-1540 Page 20 WESTERN AUTO ASSOCIATE STORE 315 N. Main Street 656-5073 Page 20 WILDEY THEATRE 252 N. Main Street 656-7194 Page 20 F. W. 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