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EDWARDSVILLE HIGH SCHOOL EDWARDSVILLE, ILLINOIS VOLUME FIFTY-THREE 1965 In Memoriam James Guthrie, who would have graduated with the Class of 1966, is greatly missed by his fellow students, TABLE OF CONTENTS Academics The yearbook staff proudly presents the fifty- third edition of the Tiger. May this book keep alive the memories and experiences of the days at Edwardsville High School. ACADEMICS Academics develop opportunities through learning. INDUSTRIAL ARTS, LANGUAGES, MATHEMATICS, PHYSICAL EDUCATION, SOCIALSTUDIES, VOCATIONAL ARTS, SPECIAL EDUCATION, BUSINESS EDUCATION, ART, MUSIC, SCIENCE — i. ) 3 ny , £ ' p MR, FRANCIS MR, RICHARD MRS, ELISABETH MR, J, D. MILLER MR, NORMAN COLE FORD MILLER Department Head REUSCHER Metal I Crafts, Physical Mechanical Drawing Metals II, Electricity General Shop Education Architectural General Shop Wood I Drawing Wood II General Shop INDUSTRIAL ARTS The Industrial Arts Department at E.H.S. is the phase of general education designed to help the students understand and meet the demands of modern industry-- its organization, materials, occupations, skills, and products. Eleven courses are offered in the areas of mechanical and These boysare : ; : architectural drawing, metal, wood, elec- working on an assignment tricity, and crafts. From this large selec- given by Mrs. tion, a student can make choices which Miller, archi- : : : — roti , tectural draw. ™ay serve him vocationally, avocationally, ing teacher. or as a complement of other subject areas in the obtaining of a general education. Mr. Miller investigates the situation as Carl Prather and Robert Mr. Cole watches Ronald Stahlhut give a demonstration for the Cullipher stand by. class. Oy DOODUUUA OOOO POO DOOD MISS BARBARA CARPENTER Forensics American Literature Speech MRS, LILLIE PEARL HELM Special EnglishII, American Litera- ture, Latin II MRS, LORENE ISAACS Department Head English Essentials MISS MARY SUE JETT American Literature Journalism MRS, MILDRED MORAN English II, IV MR, JAMES PAUL English I, IV ue 9 - oe! a a f a A quiet moment in Mrs. Helm's English Class. ENGLISH The courses offered by the English de- partment include the following areas: basic skills, remedial English, American litera- ture, English literature, college prep. Eng- lish, advanced placement English, journa- lism, speech, forensics, and drama. The overall purpose of these courses is to develop in the student the ability to think and to communicate his thoughts to others. Miss Jett is handing out English tests again! MR, ALVIN SULLIVAN English II, IV MRS, MARGARETTE WARMBRODT English Essentials Advanced Placement English MRS, DIANNE WILLIAMS English I English Literature MISS ISABEL WOOD English Literature American Literature Board work in Algebra II with Mrs. George. And now here's another unsolvable Trig problem. MATHEMATICS Mathematics students at E.H.S. experience the stimulation and satisfaction that come from clear and sometimes creative thinking. The deductive method and the need for precision of language are stressed. Applications from various fields are solved. Many mathematical facts are discovered and proved by the student. Mr. Hindelang stands ready to give assistance to Algebra I students, —, Plane Geometry MR, JACK ELAM Department Head . Trigonometry Solid Geometry MR, ELLIOTT FRENCH Plane Geometry Advanced Algebra MRS, HELEN GEORGE Algebra Advanced Algebra MR, JAMES HINDELANG Plane Geometry Algebra " All together now, 1,2,3. .. . " PHYSICAL EDUCATION At E.H.S. physical education is a very welcome fifty-five minutes of activity. Al- though the girls were unable to have P.E, classes until the new gymnasium was com- pleted, the P.E. classes which were held provided opportunities for student development through the proper forms of physical and mental activity. The spirit of co-operation gainedfrom group plays as well as sportsmanship and desirable health habits will result from these physical education activities. Boys' P.E, class makes use of the new gym. MR, BRUNO MR, MELVIN MISS CAROLYN MRS, CHERRY MRS, MARILYNN MRS, ANNE KLAUS KUETHE NOLL NORTON WEIDNER GREGOR Physical Education Physical Education Health Health Department Head Physical Education Athletics Athletics Physical Education PhysicalEducation Physical Education 3 — mlgaly + i, . Mr. Oliver, a new teacher in the social studies department, is helping his students with their psychology assignment. — ' @aen5 i. — { MR, JACK ASBURY Sociology American History MR, WALLACE DRAPER American History Advanced Placement History . : rv MISS ESTHER : GOEDDEL Department Head American History World History MR, RICHARD HUTTON Health World Geography Mr. Price is proctoring the students during a social studies test. SOCIAL STUDIES By studying subjects such as ge- ography, world history, American his- tory, world affairs, and government, a student should acquire a good back- ground for the understanding and in- terpretation of the events of the past and their relationship to present and future happenings. Courses, such as psychology and sociology, should help him to understand himself and his fellow man, thus making him a better citizen. It must be interesting! Oh come on! It can't be that bad. MR, BERNARD ISSELHARDT Drivers' Training World Affairs Government MR, JERRY OLIVER Psychology American History MR, PAT PRICE American History Drivers' Training “4 MRS, CAROLYN KUETHE Home Economics Family Living MR, CHESTER SEIBERT Agriculture Mr. Seibert's agriculture class is busy comparing materials, Mrs. Kuethe lectures to her home economics class, VOCATIONAL DEPARTMENT Vocational training provides stu- dents with a sound launching pad to the future. A student aiming for specific Monica Pelhankis rocational goal ‘ I f the proud winner vocational goals may choose rom a of the Local Betty variety of subjects at E.H.S. The train- HA Cc a Pe ing provided inthese courses may enable maker oO omor- A a : an Award. a student to earn his living. So if a student is planning to be a housewife, or a farmer, there is vocational train- “LIBRARY We are justly proud of our new library with its spacious reading room, its vast amount of shelf space for our 6000 books, and its seating capacity for 150 students. The soothing effect of pastel walls, fluorescent lights, and soft music creates an atmosphere of quiet study for the students who want to work there. The audio-visual area and faculty conference room area welcome addition. The new magazine storage space is especially appreciated by the students who’ have to write research papers. MISS VIVIAN THOMPSON Librarian MRS, MARJORIE 4 F MR, FRANCIS BOUCHER ‘ - DWYER Latin II ; J | Spanish I, I ee ki r ' ’ MISS GRACE . MR, JACK CUNNINGHAM SCHONKWILER . Department Head " German II ‘Ny French I, Il, il : FOREIGN LANGUAGE In our ever changing world, it becomes in- creasingly important that all people understand each other. It is hoped, therefore, that through the study of modern languages, we may help to bring about not only an international understanding through language but also an appreciation of the culture of other nations. E.H.S. offers three years of French, two years of Spanish, two years of German, and second year Latin. With the help of the language laboratory in the new addition, it is hoped that many more students may be able to widen their intellectual horizons through the study of languages. Newer methods of. learning French which the students seem to enjoy Working at the bulletin board in special education. MR. JACK OTT Special Education SPECIAL EDUCATION The Special Education Class provides individ- ualized instruction for pupils having learning dif- ficulties. Emphasis is placed upon the practical application of academic skills. MRS, DELORES DAY Secretarial Practice, Typing, Shorthand MR, KENNETH FREELAND DEPARTMENT HEAD Typing, Bookkeeping, Clerical Practice MR. ROBERT GASS Notehand, Economics, Typing, Business Law Bookkeeping with Mr. Freeland BUSINESS EDUCATION GREGOR The business education curriculum at EHS is designed to MR, ROBERT gl ee provide a knowledge and understanding of the business world History, Gen- and to provide specialized skills for vocational and personal a use, Thecurriculum includes these courses: General Business, Typing, Shorthand, Personal Typing, Notehand, Business Law, Economics, Bookkeeping, Recordkeeping, Clerical Prac- tice, and Secretarial Practice. Clerical Practice Class MR, EUGENE LITTLE General Busi- ness, Person- al Typing MRS, SHARON VINCENT Short hand, Typing, Gen- eral Business Mr. Coleman helps Art Il students with their paintings. MR, JOHN COLEMAN Department Head Art I, 0, Il MR, RAYMOND GRINTER Art Il ART AND MUSIC It is through the arts that MR, CLEAON ETZKORN man attains his highest form of MR. JAMES Department Head expression and communication. KESSINGER eae ne The objective of the Fine Arts Music Theory, Reserve Band D t t is to aid th t A Cappella Choir epartment is to ai e stU- — Boys' Choir dent in building and developing Sophomore Girls Chorus skills in order that he might Junior-Senior Girls’ bec roficient i ttaini Chorus COOmS Prahiciemk ANS sJunior-Sentor Gixis' levels of self-expr ession, Choir Reserve Band Joan Miller takes a voice test in Junior Girls' Choir. = " my MR, DONALD MR, GAYLE DAY MR.A.,M.GIBSON' MR, WILLIAM ATKINSON Biology Biology POWELL Physics Advanced Biology Department Head Chemistry Chemistry Advanced Chemistry SCIENCE REN He DEPARTMENT class. Science is an inquiry into the living and non-living world. EHS offers courses in biology, advanced biology, chemistry, advanced chemistry and physics. COUNSELING DEPARTMENT MR, O, GLENN JOHNSON Guidance Director Counseling The counseling de- partment provides col- lege and vocational in- formation to the stu- dents. The counselors also assist students in planning their high school curricula. Mr. Powell helps students in a chemistry experiment. Mr. Day explains genetics to his advanced biology class. MR, ROBERT PULCHER Counseling MR, HARRY SNYDER Counseling ORGANIZATIONS Organizations develop leadership through service. STUDENT COUNCIL PUBLICATIONS CLUBS CHOIRS BAND OFFICE HOMECOMING FLOATS Row 1: M. Cooper, J. Horstmann, A, Jenkins, B. Parker, M. Boyle. Row 2; J, Hamlin, G, Mudge, J. LeBlanc, G. Arth, J. Clemons, L. Welch, L. Moore. Row 3: Mrs. George, C, Blackburn, S, Stubbs, S. Paproth, J, Dorsey, A. Stafford, G, Grubaugh, P, Taber. Row 4: M. Harbry, J. Kohli, R, Rohrkaste, J, Finke, J. Kohli, M. Morrow, V. Hans, M. Dorsey, N. Jones. Row 5:J, Caban, K, Meyer, K. Taber, B. Halbe, D. Schumacher, C, Ketcham, T., Wille, R, Chester. Row 6: N. Balke, D. Engelmann, B. Lynch, M. Roberts, J, Yack, E. Randall STUDENT COUNCIL Officers: Mrs. George. BROOKS JEWELRY CLOVERLEAF HOME BLDG, ano LOAN ASSN. President--Anne Jenkins, Vice-President--Martha Boyle, Secretary-- PAGE SPONSOR Barb Parker, Treasurer--Jim Horstmann, Scribe--Margie Cooper, Sponsor-- ow had - rm es ) STUDENT aivee COUNCIL .... i] conducts meetings every Tuesday, takes money at mixers, sellsAFS shares, and sells soda at basketball games, PAGE SPONSOR EDWARDSVILLE AUTO DEALERS' ASSOCIATION . Row 1: N, Pence, M. Boyle, C. Helm, S, Paproth, L. D, Davis. Row 3: K, Cochran, D. Christofferson, M, Gent, Bussmann, K, Spurlin, Mrs. Warmbrodt. Row 2: N, Jones, M. Roberts, J. Borgstede, H. Yates. P. Potter, S, Aylward, J. McIntyre, M. Berger, A. Stafford, TIGER STAFF The Yearbook Staff, composed of juniors and seniors, worked together to produce the 1966 Tiger Yearbook. , igs hae ¥. PAGE SPONSORS G. A. GENT MECHANICAL CONTRACTORS HAMEL STATE BANK BALLWEG'S DRUG STORE PEOPLES SAVINGS LOAN ASSOCIATION ; | : an yea The Staff at work. ra re ' ort y : etrreceerceecresr Adrienne gets ready to clean up, YEARBOOK STAFF Carol Helm ° Jon Luckett Nola crops pictures. PCAGGUNICS . . se te . Sharon Alyward, Linda Bussmann, Kathy Spurlin. Organizations ... . Jane McIntyre, Susie Paproth. Sports Jim Borgstede, Mike Roberts. Activities ... . Dave Christofferson, Hal Yates. Faculty . - - - Martha Boyle. Seniors Nancy Pence, Adrienne Stafford. Juniors ...... Mike Rollo, Steve Reinhardt. Sophomores ....... Nola Jones, Pat Potter. Index . . . Mary Jo Berger, Kenny Cochran, Angela Roepke, Business Manager . . . » « MikeGent. PPONSOT «se se 0 - « « e Mrs. Warmbrodt. PAGE SPONSOR FIRST FEDERAL SAVINGS AND LOAN ASSOCIATION Row 1: Gloria Grubaugh, Karen Alberter, Chris Fruth. Row 2: Jackie Noll, Kathy Solomon, Yvonne Stewart, Janice Gentry. Row 3: Ron Young. TIGER TIMES STAFF Editor-in-chief . . . Gloria Grubaugh Tiger Times, a bi-weekly publica- News Editor ..+- «.s+ss.«».s. Jackie Noll tion, is an organization composed of Editorial Editor - « Kathy Solomon students who wish to publish the school Feature Editor ...... . Yvonne Stewart paper. Editorial positions are filled Business Manager - « « « Janice Gentry from the journalism class, since a year Photographer . on Ron Young of journalism is a prerequisite. AGVISOD 6-6 «hs . . « Miss Mary Sue Jett TIGERS TIMES' MASCOT Right: Tiger Times Sponsor, Miss Mary Sue Jett. NE A F | | Ol. Yvonne and Janice arrange the bulletin board, PAGE SPONSORS SOUTH SIDE AUTO REPAIR RENKEN'S STORE FOR MEN DARRELL G, McDONALD, PHOTOGRAPHER MONTCLAIRE SHELL SERVICE Right: Gloria and Jackie discuss the next issue. SNOOPING AGAIN? NATIONAL HONOR non so SOCIETY Row 1; Mary Ellen York, Bill Westcott, CarolHelm, Kathy Spurlin. Row 2; Gloria Grubaugh, Secretary-Treasurer; Martha Boyle, President; Mrs. Miller, Sponsor. Juniors and seniors who have an average of B are candidates for membership. The eligible candi- dates are then voted by the faculty on leadership, character, and service. Twenty per cent of the senior candidates and ten per cent of the junior candidates are selected. The purpose of the organization is to create an enthusiasm for scholarship, to stimulate CHUCK SCHMIDT INSURANCE a desire to render service, to promote leadership, AGENCY and to develop character in the students of Edwards- STAHLY CARTAGE ville High School. PAGE SPONSORS Row 1: K. Corl, J. Noud, Y. Stewart, M. Boyle, C, Helm, J. Moore, M. Slemer, L. Moore, L. Meyer. Row 2: D. Paur, G, Magruder, D. Scarborough, C, Coffman, C, Fruth, M, Veith, K. Alberter, D, Waugh, B. Caban, Miss Goeddel. Row 3: J. Klein, P, Sartoris, B. Schwengel, M, Cooper ’ Through speeches and discussions, the members of the Social Studies Club broaden their knowledge of international and national affairs, and governments. = » cL - my) fm? 3 ». ‘b T. Wille, N. Pence, S, Aylward, L, Bussman,K, Ferguson, D, Niswitz, D. Stewart. Row 4: W. Allison, R. Schmidt, T. Liebler, K, Hartley, S. Krotz, B, Howells, J. Stevens, M. Allen, R. Van Hooser, V, Schrodt. Officers: President--Mar- tha Boyle, Secretary- Treasurer--Carol Helm, Vice-President --Jerry Moore -Sponsor, Miss Goeddel. SOCIAL STUDIES CLUB BUSINESS EDUCATION CLUB The purpose of the Business Education Club is to provide programs throughout the year which will give business-minded mem- bers and idea of what to expect when they will enter the business world. Row 1: L, Burgett, M. Highlander, J. File, J, Dorsey, D. Durham, L. Barnett, C. Bangert, K, Saboff. Row 2: S. Bode, L. Barth, L, Menoni, S, Miller, S, Grebel, B. a - aig i Se, — = @ Officers: President--Julie File, Vice-President-- Patty Moore, Secretary-- Donna Durham, Treasurer- -Jeanne Dorsey, Sponsor- Mrs. Day. Kovarik, B. Cooper, K. Rombach. Row 3: J. Miller, D. McCracken, C. Blackburn, R, Brockmeier, M. White, M. Weiler, N. Buesser, K. Rains, C. Balster. 4 ' at he ° L Row 1: J. Hamlin, D. Mayfield, D. Paul, J, Peck, Miss Goeddel. Row 2: R, Gallagher, C. Prather, J, Kaufmann, B, Owens, D, Jellen, J. Knecht. Row 3: R. Dutton. The Audio-Visual Aids Club is composed of students who throughout the year operate the movie projector, tape recorder, and other audio-visual equipment. AUDIO-VISUAL AIDS TECHNICIANS’ CLUB Chosen on the basis of skill, the members of the Technicians Club are instructed in the use and operation of public address equipment, high-fidelity system, inter- communication systems, and stage lighting and equipment. Row 1: S, Jellen, D. Gerdt, G, Peo. Row 2:G, Hertel, G. Jellen, E. Schwager, R. Bearden, G. Isaacs, B, Walters, B. Cook, M. Schultz. Row 3; M. Drake, J. Lane, R. Preloger, C. Hansen, B, e 4 J. Gibson, L. Picklesimer, G. Shindel, T, Weigand, Officers: President--Dennis Paul, Vice-President--Jim Peck, Secretary-Treasurer-- Doug Mayfield, Sponsor--Miss Goeddel. CLUB Officers: President -- David Gerdt, Vice-President--George Peo, Treasurer--Steve Jellen, Sponsor-Mr. Ruescher. Westcott, J. Peck. Row 4: G. Shindel, D, Margherio, J. Marti, Morris, J. Koen. P, Aylward, J. Bench, M, Berner, B, 2 Row 1:J. Jones, P, Black, J. McIntyre, J, Wehrend, Whitehead, M. Marris, K. Colbert, K. Becker, S. Miss Thompson, C. Kruschiek, P. Hartung. Row House, J. Stevens, K. Werner, C. Ketcham, J. 2: C. Lochmann, L. Kleuter, Y, Stewart, C. Duncan, Garde. S. Borth, B. Halbe, T, Becker. Row 3: C, Acting as assistant librarians to Miss Thompson, members of the Library Club, Officers: President--Jean through experience, learn proper library Wehrend, Vice-President--Jane procedures as they prove to be a valuable McIntyre, Sectetary-- Pam service group to the school. Black, Sponsor--Miss Thompson. LIBRARY CLUB PHOTOGRAPHY CLUB Members of the Photography Club are instructed in the use of a camera and study the factors Officers: President--S. Aylward, Vice- that determine the quality of pic- President--J,. Moore, Secretary--R. tures. Photos taken by the mem- Sones, Treasurer-B. Knight, Sponsor-- bers are judged for merit. Mr. Gibson. Row 1:C, Schmidt, S, Aylward, R, Sones, J. Moore, Isaccs. Row 3: P, Seitz, D, Ax, G, Dale, J. Poole, D, R, Stalhut, B, Knight. Row 2: J, Rothe, M, Rombach, Greenwood, L. Bauer, R, Blake. Row 4: D, C. Houba, B, Ryan, J. Molitor, R, Schipkowski, G, Bohenstiel, B, Ahrens, D, Wagner, G, Jellen. Row 1: M. Hartmann, B, Nichols, P, Carter, H, Fornoff, M, Peradotti, K, Hughes, L, Hartmann, K, Corl, T. Collins. Row 2: C, Harrison, M. Owens, B. Sparks, B, Tenick, P. Marti, S, Trebing, K, Cerny, A. Raab, P, Nagel, B, Gartshore. Row 3: J. Koen, S. Smith, R, Seal, C, Kaiser, K. Dawes, C, Fultz, S, Sulc, J, Lambert, R. Rohrkaste. Row 4: Mr. Coleman,R, Terry, B. Giardina, L, Barbieri, S. Hartenagel, C, Barnes, B, Howells, L. Truett, J, Wiemers. The Art Club provides art work of various Officers: President--Harold Fornoff, Vice- kinds for its members. Programs include work President--Mary Jane Peradotti, Secre- on projects, such as scenery and other art tary -- Kris Corl, Treasurer--Kenny effects for school activities, art history, and Hughes, Sponsor--Mr. Coleman. experience in working with different art mate- rt ART CLUB Officers: President--Vic Castagna, Vice- President--Karla Meyer,Secretary-- Jeanne Lovell, Treasurer--Nelson Balke, MA I H I ll 1B Sponsor--Mr. Elam. Row 1; J. Lovell, K. Meyer, N. Balke. Row 2; Mr, Elam, W., Augsburger, B, Richards, C, Willaridt, P. Gass, M. Ohm, D, Engelmann, M. Fitch, K. Klette, Row 3: J, Horstmann, S. Reinhardt, B, Watson, A, NeesSe, G, Cox, M. Rallo, J, Stubblefield, A. Weber, M, Lutes, M, Henry, M, Warhol. Row The purpose of 4: G, Anderson, B, Meunier, D, Porter, J. Mehl, J, Borgstede, L, Kotva, ‘i ‘ S. Zika, D, Hans, V. Fox, S, Skinner, D, Suhre, C, Swiecicki. the Math Club is to study certain inter- . ™ esting matters con- , ‘ nected with mathe- matics, and to de- velop an appreciation of mathematics, and our dependence upon it in practical life. Officers: Pres- ident -- Alan Thatcher, Vice- President -- Row 1: G, Arth, P. Cochran,R, Holshouser, A.Stolze, J. Darnell, A, Thatcher, M, Burrus, D. Dennis Kiefer Kiefer, Miss Cunningham. Row 2: M. Gogloza, B. Burian, B. Bridwell, D, Massa, J. Keller, F. S t - a Catalono, J, McIntyre, R. La Bardi, L, White, B, Bollman, L. Freitag. Row 3; D, Winkle, D. secretary - Cunningham, M. Allaria, M. Lash, B, Ryan, G, Bridwell, S. Burian, K, Cochran, C, Blackburn, Martha Burrus, S, Neutzling, S, Stubbs, C. Burk, C, Duncan, Row 4: M. Pomeroy, M, Tretter, K, Onko, I, Thatcher, Sponsor -- Miss J. Vieth, R. Simpson, J, Hemann, T, Meek, S, Bode, C. Jellen, D. Bode, K, Saboff, K, Garde. Row 5: N. Halley, P, Snajdr, J, Heien, B, Kessinger, J. Harris, B, Dickman, D, Schumacher, J. Kohli, D, Suhre, L. Burgett, C. Bulmer, N. Storm, J. Padgett. Row 6: T. Barr, A, Bothman, J. Hoening, M. Dappert, J. Miller, K. Myers, T. Sidener, P, Morrison, T, Pulliam, J. Guthrie, D, McEwen. Cunningham. The Spanish Club attempts to acquaint its members with the Spanish language and the lives of the Spanish-speaking people through Spanish songs, stories, and plays. SPANISH CLUB Officers: President--Jim Horstmann, Vice-President--Pat Moorman, Secre- tary--Wanda Oglesby, Treasurer-- Martha Morrow, Sponsor--Mrs. Helm. Row 1: M. Morrow, W. Oglesby, P. Moorman, J. Horstman. Row 2: P. Simpson, J. Becker, K, Taber, N. Friedling, M. Tiek, B. Kaiser, N, Heberer, P. Taber, J. Graunke. Row 3: S, Mudge, K. Bishop, M. McKee, M. Kernahan, C, Williams, J. Noud, S, Bower, N. Nicol, J. Hellrung. Row 4: D.Margherio, T. Roberts, M, Rallo, D. Horstmann, L. Schmidt, T. Sido, B, Miebling. a aoe Row 5: P. Grey, J, Sievers, R, Weise,K. Barnhardt, S, Moore, M. Ostendorf, A, Stimac, J. Rieger, The activities of M. Aljets. the Latin Club are designed to give - Latin students an opportunity to in- crease their knowledge of the Roman Empire and the Latin Lan- guage. Td in roxd ‘= F Row 1: J. Terry, D. Waugh, R. Van Hooser, J, Poneta, M. Richardson, L. Meyer, M, Hofeditz, T. Reynolds, Miss Cunningham. Row 2: K, Lambert, J. Watson, G, G, Pendleton, G. Drexelius. Row 4:K. Cochran, C, Burgess, Ladwig, B. Boccaloni, D. Paur, D. Kulp, B, Walters, R. Noud, J. Finke, G, Cunningham,C, Wildgrube, J, Burrus, S, Madison, S, Paproth. Row 3: D, Kiefer, B, Richards, C, Benscheimer, S. Bradberry. Officers: President -- Jan Poneta, Vice-Pres- iiet—aim Terry, sec- FRENCH CLUB retary -- Rae Van Hooser, Treasurer-- Diane Waugh, Sponsor- Miss Cunningham. MRS, EVELYN DUGGER FORMALS The purpose of the French Club is to further acquaint DALE'S BARBER SHOP its members with the French language through participa- DILLMAN'S PAINT tion in singing French songs, in dramatization, and in WALLPAPER formal conversation. NATHAN MARCUS SHOP Row 1: C, Clarkin, C, Revell, M. Fitzmaurice, M, Chapman, Row 3: J. Knowles, C, Winter, D. Graunke, J, Singleton, M. Vieth, J. Stevens, M. Berger, M. Eck, S, Palmer. R. Landers, J. Nuernberger, J. Neese, T, Jones, B, Row 2: L. Hartley, J. Gatton, G. Smith, J, Rizzoli, M. Hock. Row 4: D. Bell, L. Robinson, S. Meyer, T. Wille, Cox, S. Porter, P. Tolliver, D, Atkinson, S, Heidinger. R. Chester, S. Wilcox, L. Gregor, D, Davis, C. Eckert. Row 1: Mrs. Harris, Mrs. Norton, A, Stafford, J. Dorsey, M,. Gusewelle, B, Halbe, K, Combs, M, Kernahan, Row 2: S. Wildgrube, C, Munzert, C. Long, R. Rohrkaste, N. J. Cochran, P. Yates, B. Dycus, L, Cunningham. Row 3: C, Warren, F, Kuhn, P. Moorman, S, Brower, N, Nichol, P. Moore, D. Durham, S. Gusewelle, M, Officers: President--Adrienne Stafford, Vice- President--Mary Jane Gusewelle, Secretary-- Karen Combs, Treasurer--Jean Dorsey, Pro- gram Chairman--Betty Halbe, Point Chair- man--Mary Jane Kernahan., Strackeljahn, C. S. Buhremester, Warren, C, Row 5: K. Kribs, P. Picklesimer, R. Chester, S, Meyer, D. Davis, J. Wehrend, Harrison. Row 4: Nischwitz, D. Owens, C. Modene, C, Gengler, Hodson, T, Fauver, P, Parker, C. Vieth. Bernhardt, M. McKee, S. Lamper, J. The Future Nurses's Club is anorganiza- tion whose purpose is to help its members gain knowledge about those medical careers of which they are interested. FUTURE NURSES FUTURE TEACHERS President... . . » - - Sherry Buhrmester Vice President ......ee.e-s Marla Ohm Secretary-Treasurer ... . Barbara Caban Sponsor ... Mrs. Day, Mr. Asbury Row 1: C. Hess, L. Moore, S, Buhrmester, M, Ohm, B, Caban, M. Yack, J. Kohli. Row 2: D, Barr, R. Schnack, J. Noll, G, Grugaugh, L. Kappler, D. Cochran, M. Thomason, K, Moore. Row 3: B, Holtman, M, Pittman, C, Stewart, M, Henderson, F. Baker. Row 4: J. Kohli, D. Schumacher, N. Starnes, S, Potter, S. Wheeler, J. Eberle, M. Dorsey, S. Davis. Warren, C, Willaredt, L. Meyer, D. OFFICERS: President Yvonne Stewart Vice-Presidnet Judy Weishaupt Secretary Linda Stone Treasurer Jo Bazaillian Sponsor Mrs. Kuethe President, Marvin Ziegler; Treasurer, Seibert. Roger Wilkening; Vice-president, David Scherff; Sentinel, » Row 1: P, Utecht, J. Weishaupt, Y. J. Bazaillian, L. Stone, Mrs. Kuethe, Row 2: T. Neubauer, D, Stewart, G. Edwards, M, Pelhank, B. Biarkis, K, Spurlin. Row 3: E, Stewart, The organization is known as a chapter since it is apartofthe Future Homemakers of America. Anyone who Shelly, V. Newman, S, Weigand, M, Steelman, D, Crabtree, B, Bartels, C, Knecht, S, Benza. Row 4: K, Hendricks, B, Bazaillian, C, DeWorf, C, Pape, J. Paddock, D, Barfield, V. Stewart. is taking a home economics course or has completed one year of work is eligible to become a member. FUTURE HOMEMAKERS OF AMERICA Secretary, Tom Gusewelle; Meyer; Reporter, Paul Arnold Henke; Sponsor, Mr. The Future Farmers of America isa national organization of boys studying vocation- al agriculture throughout the United States. The organization is active in local, sectional, and state activities. FUTURE FARMERS OF AMERICA Row 1: P. Scherff, D. Meyer, R, Wilkening, M. Ziegler, T. Gusewelle, A. Henke. Row 2: P. Weber, D. Dankenbring, D. Linkemann, R, Pfeiffer, D. Greenwood, D, Goebell, K. Grotefedt, Hepke, R. Cartwright, ouiewann D, Ernst, R. Mr. Seibert. Row A. Helmkamp, Rohrkaste. 9 OOOoo000,, SSSR Row 1: Mr. Day, T. Yates, M. Copper, D. Hug, K. Hartley, C. Starr, C. Gengler, S. Slemmer, K. Klette. Row 2: P, Asselmeier, D. Owens, R, Rohrkaste. Row 4: D, Hiles, R. Koch, G, J, Lovell, C, Williams, M. Kernahan, M, McKee, Rogers, R. Johnson, B, Fruit, M. Ingram. A, M. Raab. Row 3: D. Gallagher, K, Modene, BIOLOGICAL SCIENCE CLUB Row 1: J. Gau, N, Jones, B, Schwengal, P. Harrell, M. Sedlacek, S, Gengler. Row 2: D, Lando, K. Pape, N, Pence, K, Ferguson, M. Boyle, C, Helm, G. Lando, T, Newton. Row 3: N, Balke, D, Burroughs,.C, Tedrick, R. McMurray, Dave Hug ....... President Denny Klette ... . Vice President Margie Cooper ..... Secretary Tom Yates ......... Treasurer SOME kg o+s 0 ee ave SE. DOP Biology club is an organization for pupils who are interested in doing science work beyond that of the science classes. Their activities include discussions and demonstra- tions, field trips, work on individual projects and hobbies, and an annual Science Fair. M, Bollman, B, Brian,J, Meyer, P. Bradbury, G. Arth. Row 4: M. Fitch, D. Engelmann, R. Weber, B. Wohlford, R. Craner, D, Hemann, D, Ratzlaff, V. Fox. Row 1: M. Artrip, D. Richards, C. Wells, D. Gerdt, Pendergrass, K. Nekola, L. Brubaker. Kow 4: J. Mart, D, Suhre, A, Ruffner. Row 2: B, Wooldridge, G, Werner, S. McMichael, E, Randall, R, Cook, L. Modene, J. Lane, J. Stubblefield, G. Peo, J. Yack, D. Hans, L. Hairston. J. O'Donnell. Row 5: R, Lynn, D, Sullivan, J. Mehl, M, Row 3: J. Watson, B. Stulken, S. Van Petten, B. Hodge, D. Porter. C, Gerdt, M. Solter, PHYSICAL SCIENCE CLUB Officers: President--David Members of the Physical Science Club enjoy programs Gerdt, Secretary--Ann Ruffner, concerning various branches of the physical sciences. Treasurer--Dennis Suhre, All members must enter a project in the annual local Sponsor--Mr. Powell. science fair. The purpose of the Interclub Council, INTERCLUB whose members are the club presidents, is to raise money for the International Fund. The Council also works for more cooperation among various clubs. Officers: President--Karlyn Klopmeier, Vice President--Alan Thatcher, Secretary--Carol Helm, Treasurer--Jim Horstmann. Row 1: S. Buhrmester, J. File, K, Becker, Simpson. Row 3: R, Wilkening, D. Hug, J. V. Schrodt, A. Stafford, G, Grubaugh, M. Luckett, D, Gerdt, J. Wehrend, Y. Stewart, Boyle. Row 2:J.Noll,N, Balke, K. Klopmeier, A. Jenkins, S, Aylward. A, Thatcher, C, Helm, J. Horstman, P, Pr aA tae yrs 558A 4 Row 1: T. Reynolds, J, Lewis, J. Hoover, D. Poos, D, Barr, J, Caban, R. Schnack, Mr.. Price. Row 2:C, Blumberg, A, Arth, H. Yates, B. Dustman, D. Gibeau, D, Deist, K, Klopmeier,S, Deist, C, Yaeger. Row 3: T. Hairston, J. Creek, B, Pendergrass, M. Ingram, L, Hartmann, D. Takacs, R. Blind, M. Simms, C, Alexander. As winners of a varsity letter, athletes are eligible for Lettermen's Club. The main objective of this club is to promote good sportsmanship among the athletes and the stu- dent body. The highlight of the year is the basketball game against the faculty. John Caban 7. ak we wee ee FaCK. HOOVES — bs © © 0 Dave Barr, Paul Hoskins .. 00.7 ag, a aa Mr. Price ‘ President Vice President Co-Secretaries Treasurer Sponsor Row 4: R, Lynn, J. Ellis,R. Schrage, B, Donner, D, Busch, D, Wilkins, J, Jackson, R. White. Row 5: G. Garner, B, Jurgena, S. Zika, M. Combs, J, Henry, R.Weber, W, Ellis, L. Bradford. Row 6: D. Smith, R. Rice, J. Townsend, B, Dean, M. Moore. -LETTERMEN’S CLUB STAMP AND COIN PAGE SPONSOR EDWARDSVILLE NATIONAL BANK TRUST CO. Sponsor - Mr. Klaus Rowl1: Mr. Klaus, J, Clemons, G, Cox, R. Donner, G, Hertel. Row 2: M, Laaser, D. 3: Robien, K, Eden, J. Creek, D, Hammer. Row M, Allaria, V. Kruiter, A, Stolze, J, Hoenig. Row 1: S. Meyer, D, Allaria, M, Tenick, J, Gilmore, Quade, D. Smith, S, Wheeler, B. Dickmann, Row 3: L K, Michaels, D, Williams, C, Bangert, P, Uttecht. Row Lamkin, B. Phelps, L. Burke, M, Slemer, C. Gengler, 2: D, Schumacher, N. Storm, L. Burgett, N. Pape,M, S. Smith, D. McClellan, D, Stewart. OFFICE GIRLS During free periods, these girls messages. Miss Sloan's helpers also assist the office and Miss Sloan by make first aid supplies available and answering the phone and delivering issue necessary passes, MISS SLOAN'’S AUERBACHS CLAYTON HELPERS cians EDWARDSVILLE a GLASS AND ; SEAT COVER SERVICE HOLIDAY CLEANERS L, Luber, L, Redford, C. Kayser, Miss Sloan, P, Parker, D, King, B. Dycus, R, Van Hooser, B, Justice, M, Pittman, M, Pelhank, S. Paproth. Row 1: Mr. Hindelang, T. Moran, D, Whittaker, J. Poneta, Row 4: A, Sparks, E, Harms, D, Mayfield, G, Cox, J, J. Finke, J, Watson, K, Lambert. Row 2: P, Taber, S, Ruehrup, Askins. Row 5: J. Philabaum, R, C r. B Revell, M, Fitzmaurice, C, Clarkin, J. Knowles, G, Hargrave, D, Sullivan, M. Roberts, A, Reiter. Robinson, Cunningham, G, Ladwig. Row 3: R, Noud, J. Gibson, T, Row 6: S, Bartlett, R. Williams, J, Clemons, D, Seller. Roberts, S. McMichael, S, Martin, J, Wells, R, Overbeck. CHESS CLUBS iia A tN Chess A: Tom Moran, Pres- JOHNSTON'S IGA ident; Jan Poneta, Sec.-Treas.; FOODLINER D. Whittacker, Vice President; MEYER TELEVISION Chess B: Vic Castagna, Presi- SERVICE dent; Mark Warhol, Vice Pres- ident; Paul Cochran, Sec. Treas. Sponsors - Mr. Ott and Mr. Hindelang. Members of Chess Club meet during activity period to learn the fundamentals of chess and to play against other members. Row 1: V. Kovarik, B, Kessinger, L. Lamkin, J, Heiem, R, Holshouser. Row 4: J, Miller, S, Burian, R, LaBardi, C, Hodson, P, Potter, M. Warhol, V, Castagna, Mr. Ott. L. Kotva, W, Allison, G. Anderson, D. Peek, A, Neese, Row 2: M, Dean, J. Hyten, A. Deist, F, Highlander, S, D, Hileman. Row5: D, Cunningham, T, Pulliam, M, Dapert, Cunningham, J, Dippold, B, Dustman, R. Rohrkaste, B, T. Barr, A, Bothman, D. Liliensick, R, Gilbert. Row 6: Morris. Row 3: F, Catalano, S, Neutzling, D. Porter, . Hays, M, Chapman, B, Wolford, B, Burian,B, Bridwell, S, Deist, D, Deist, S, Reinhardt, M, Combs, M, Henry, . Moore, R, Durham. + “’ = tie iG mes Mrs VEE r A. Row 1: K, Combs, P. Wood, K, Solomon, J. Eberle, R. R. Young, T. Reynolds, M. Henderson, P. Moorman, S. Bridwell, J. Noll, Miss Carpenter, Mr. Bowman, D. Bode, D. Schwochow, J. Koh li. Row 4: M. Hutchinson, Nischwitz, Row 2: P. Potter, J. Bernhardt, A. Boccaleoni, J. O'Donnell, J, Ellis, A, Jenkins, B. Parker, C, Gerdt, G, Grubaugh, L. Redford, L. Cox, J. Pass, A, Ruffner, M. M, Solter, A. Voget, C. Wells. York, L. Meyer, J. Rothe. Row 3: J, Luckett, S, Cunningham, Officers: President-- Forensics Club is composed of the mem- Jackie Noll, Vice-Pres- bers of Forensics class. The members par- ident--Rich Bridwell, ticipate in various speech and debate contests Sponsor-Miss Carpenter. throughout the year. FORENSICS CLUB DRAMATICS CLUB Dramatics Club, opento only thirty Juniors and Seniors, puts on two productions and the Home- coming skit. This year the club became Troupe 1534 of the Na- tional Thespian Society. Officers: President--Vicky Schrodt, Vice-President--Rich Birdwell, Sec- retary--Jon Luckett, Treasurer-- Roger Blind. Row 1: J, Luckett, R. Blind, V. Schrodt, R. Birdwell, L. J. Ellis, D. Christofferson, L. Cox, S. Lamper, D, Bode, Brubaker, A. Voget, P. Meyer. Row 2: K. Solomon, B. A. Boccaleoni, M. Allen. Row 4: D. Nischwitz, M. Gent, Parker, M. Gusewelle, J. Mcintyre, L. Bussman, A, C, Fruth, J. Borgstede, C. Gueldner, P. Hartung, M. Jenkins, D, Schwechow, L. Greco. Row 3: R. Bearden, Van Hooser. Row 1: M. Laaser, M, Simms, W,. Johnson, J. Draper, L. Mihalic, J. Cochran. Row 2: L. Stahlhut, wt Lewis, M. Slemer, D, King, R. Gamble, Mr. M, Boda, L. Zimmerman, L. Kovarik. Club A Officers--President--Leisa Mihalic, Table Tennis is an activity for students Vice-President--Jill Cochran, Secretary- who are interested in learning the skills of playing table tennis. Games are played among the members, TABLE TENNIS Club B. Officers--President--Don Tackacs, Treasurer--Don Svobada. Vice-President--Brent Wohlford, Secretary- { ‘LI 1B Treasurer--Jim Ellis, Sponsor, Mr. Draper. Row 1: Mr. Draper, B. Wohlford, D, Tackacs, J, Ellis. N. Steele, J. Watson. Row 4: M, Laaser, D, McDonough, Row 2: D, Williams, C. Gueldner, M, Richardson, S. M, Speciale, F, Simms, J. Shelly, D, Liliensiek. Row 5: Miller, S, Grebel, L. Greco, J. Trojahn. Row 3: L, Strader, L. Moore, S. Wopat, V. Jason, M. Ostendorf, J. Kendall, M. Chapman, B. Phelps, L. Meyer, B. Justice, A. Roepke D. Sutherland, D, Wagner. JUNIOR - SENIOR MUSIC LISTENING CLUB Row 1; Mr. Kessinger, B, Westcott, R. Preloger, J, Hoover, M, Burrus, C, Regna, L. Bratten, S, Moore, C. Meyer, P, Yates. Row 2; B, Hale, D, Williams, J, Gentry, . Cato, S, Stubbs, S, Peterson, D. Hamilos, R, Well, Mateyka, K. Combs. Row 3: N, Steelle, D, Allaria, . Bridwell, M, Dain, D, Suhre, J, Nischwitz, L. Burke, . Yates, M, Turner, J. Pass, J, Caban. Row 4: M, Sampson, K, Kribs, S, Gusewelle, L, Spitze, A, Witschie, J. Klein, P, Michaels, P, Mitchell, D, Scarborough, K. Skaggs, M. Sanderson. Row 5: R. Young, M. Drake, C, Green P. Bleikamp, M, Wallace, S, Reed, B, Lynch, P. Wood, K, Meyers. Row 6: D, Sutherland, D, Tudor, G, Abert, D. Winkle, J. Kendall, W. Gusewelle, B, Miller, J, Bernhardt, M, Strackeljahn. Bill Wescott, President; Jack Hoover, Vice President; Martha Burrus, Secretary; Ron Preloger, Treasurer; Sponsor, Mr. Kessinger. — . Row 1: R. Durham, P. Simpson, M. Morrow, K, Bishop, J, Sievers, B, Kaiser, J, Burrus, W, Oglesby, J. Becker, K. Taber, S, Green, C, Knecht, K. Barnhardt, L. Schmidt. T, Sido. Row 3: S, Hiedinger, J. Gatton, D, Paur, D, Garde, Row 2: Mr. Kessinger, M, Ratzlaff, D. Graunke, K, Cerny, M, Dean, B. Hock, N, Gerdt, S. Mudge, D, Peek. Officers: President: P. Simpson Secretary: K. Bishop Vice-President: M. Morrow Treasurer: K, Taber Sponsor: Mr. Kessinger SOPHOMORE MUSIC LISTENING CLUB SENI R Officers: President--D, Suhre; Vice-Pres- ident--D, Allaria; Secretary--J. McInyre; Treasurer--R. Brockmeier; Sponsor--Mr. GIRLS’ rane CHOIR Row 1: J, McIntyre, C, Pape, J, Bernhardt, C. Regna, M. Dain, D. Suhre, G, Bridwell. Row 2: B, Hale, P. Garner, B. Cooper, E. Pour, S. Buhrmester, P. Michaels, A. Witschie, J, Lambert, J. Nischwitz, L. Redford, D, Allaria, V. Gibeau, S. Gusewelle, J. Gentry, R. Brockmeier, L. Kappler, L. Bussman, S. Reed. Row 3; S. Moore, J. Balster, K. Kribs, D. Nischwitz, J. Weishaupt, M. Ohm, L. Spitze, M. Smith, L. Bratten, J. Voget, J. Klein, C, Warren. SENIOR GIRLS’ CHOIR JUNIOR GIRLS’ CHOIR Row 1: N. Reiter, K. Alberter, S. Gengler, M. Sedlack, C, Wells, G, Whitehead, J, Erlich, L, Meyers, C, Barnes. K, Werner, T, Neubauer, Mr. Kessinger, D, Williams, J. Row 3: A. Roepke, D. Hamolis, P. Harrel, C, Greene, C, Pass, J, Rothe, M, Turner, T, Becker, B, Kovarik, D, Meyer, C. Giberson, A. Raab, C. Balster, J. Small, L Matekya. Row 2; L. Mihalic, S. Wiegand, L. Barberi, Barnett, J. Bernhardt. T. Wille, S, Bode, J, Cato, D, Veith, C, Rains, P, Wood, Kathy Werner--President; Leisa Mihalic--Vice President; Judy Bernhardt--Secretary; Pat Yates-- Treasurer; Mr. Kessinger--Director. ee a ee Pinte % rte eee re Row 1 (Up): A. Stafford, J, Kohli, A, Neese, D, Sutherland, G. Mudge, J, Horstman, G., Bullard, M, Hutcherson, R. Bridwell, B. Westcott, D, Scarborough, R.Preloger,R. Young, J. Lane, J. Luckett, J, Brunworth, B. Lynch, C, Coffman, S. Zika, H. Yates, W. Gusewelle, D, Bode. Row 2 (Down): M, Drake, K. Solomon, K, Meyer, B. Caban, P, Meyer, T, Kessel, B, Biarkis, L. Burk, K, Boyle, M. Strackeljahn,R, Chester, P, Hartung, J. Noll, K. Garde, M, Wallace, P. Sartoris, D, Treat. A CAPPELLA CHOIR JUNIOR BOYS' ENSEMBLE R, Schmidt Cc. ‘Coffman D. Scarborough M, Hofeditz R, Blind D. Sutherland J. Kendall D, Hans B. Lynch President: Karlyn Klopmeier Vice-President: Alan Thatcher Secretary: Karla Meyer Treasurer: Greg Mudge Director: Mr. Kessinger Row 3(Up):K, Skaggs, V, Schrodt, M. Van Hooser, M, Richardson, M, Boyle, S, Stubbs, M, Cooper, K. Combs, D. Richards, J. Barker, B. Richards, M. Burrus, N, Steele, C. Fruth, C, Towell, S, Wilcox, L. Brubaker. Row 4(Down): D, Gerdt, M, Sanderson, B, Ax, J, Hoover, R, Schmidt, J. Ellis, D, Ratzlaff, M, Schuette, J, Caban, S. Skinner, A, Thatcher, M. Hofeditz, R. McMurray, R. Blind, D, Hans, K. Klopmeier, J, Kendall, R. Well, D. Winkle, B. Parker, L. Cox. JUNIOR GIRLS' ENSEMBLE B,. Caban P. Hartung C. Towell S. Wilcox L. Burk M. Cooper C, Fruth K, Skaggs D, Treat M. Richardson cn af LOLI EE bee o 8 OE 4 eo ee MADRIGALS;: Row 1; M. Drake, A, Jenkins, B. Richards, R, Preloger, Yates, J, Hoover, J. Lane, D, Gerdt, B. M,. Burrus, L. Brubaker, K, Solomon, M. Strackeljahn, Westcott, R, ¥ st R. Wells. M, Boyle, M. Van Hooser, R. McMurray. Row 2: SENIOR ENSEMBLES aha SO 4 0 sae SENIOR BOYS' ENSEMBLE Rich Bridwell, John Caban, Alan Thatcher, Karlyn Klopmeier. SENIOR GIRLS' ENSEMBLE Row 1: Peggy Sartoris, Katie Garde. Row 2: Karen Boyle, Vicky Schrodt. Row 3: Nancy Steele, Penny Meyer. TAiA 4) ieee deems Executive Council--Row 1; J, Stubblefield, Treas.; M, Solomon, L. Brubaker, R. Young, N, Gerdt, N. Pence, Boyle, Vice-Pres.; Mr, Etzkorn, Director; B. Westcott, F.. Kuhn, A, Boccaleoni. Pres.; M, Allen, Sec'y. Row 2: J. Eberle, C, Helm, K, EHS BAND TWIRLERS Linda Brubaker Monica Wallace Linda Menoni Nola Jones EHS BAND BAND PERSONNEL 1965 - 66 Row 1: K.Solomon; P. Simpson, 3: P. Meyer, 1; J. Gau; N. Steele; C. Pence; D. Bunt; K. Kubicck; J. Neese; B. Hock; C. Schmidt. Row 2: P. Sartoris, 1,2,3; M. Allen 1,2,3; J. Elerle,1,3;-S. Bradbury; L. Menoni; A. Deist; C. Eckert; M. Whitlock; L. Modene; D. Ruppel; P. Bradbury; C. Warhol; C. Eden; T. Sido; J. White; C. Knecht; M. Morrow, 1; P. Picklesimer, 1. Row 3: N. Pence; F. Kuhn; L. Whyers; K. Modene; T. Jones; J. Nuernberger; J. Molitor; M. Tiek; D. Bearden; R. Dunham; K. Klopmeier, 3; M. Boyle, 1,2,3; B. Westcott, 1;M. Wallace; 1, All-County Sight-Reading Band 3. All-County Festival Band i 4 2. 4. L. Schmidt; S. Mansfield; P. Scherff; W. Allison; G. Issacs; C. Hanson; D. Barr, 1; T. Yates; C. Stann; V. Hans; J. Becker; C. Dawes; M. Warhol, 1,2. Row 4; A. Boccaleoni, 1; D. Cook; B. Schwengel; N. Jones; M. Cooper, M. Drake; G. Hertel; G. Peo, 1,3; C. Helm, 1,2,3,4; S. Mudge; M. Dean; K. Eden; D. Tudor; Mr. Etzkorn, Director; G. Shindel; P. Cooper; M. Schuette; R. Young, 3; J. Stubblefield, 1,2; A. Neese; N. Gerdt; L. Brubaker, 1,3. All-District Band or Orchestra All-State Band EHS BAND 1965-66 Concert Repertoire " Gate City " - Weldon " March Slav " - Tschaikowsky " Tl Guarany " - Gomez " Smoke Gets in Your Eyes " - Kern " Bubbling Woodwinds " - Schanke " Prometheus " - Bethoven " Impressions of an Irish Air " - Ployhar " Gigi " - Lerner and Loewe " Salute the Duke " - arr. Yoder " George Washington Bicentennial " - " Lady of Liberty " - Wellbaum Sousa " My Fair Lady " - Lerner and Loewe " Entrance and March of Peers from " Cuckoo Waltz " - Jonason " Tolanthe " - Sullivan " Il Left My Heart in San Francisco " - Cory " Jericho " - Gould and Cross " La Rosita " - arr. Cacavas " Civil War Suite " - Walters " Von Ryan's Express " - " Joshua: - Yoder " Tragic Overture tothe Festival of Diony- " The New York Hippodrome " - Sousa sus " - Bill Westcott " Bravura " - Duble " The Irish Washer Woman " - Anderson " Overture 1812 " - Tschaikowsky " Scotland the Brave " - arr. " The Rakes of Mallow " - Anderson Richardson " Finlandia " - Sibelius " The Awakening of Galatea " - DeRubertis " The Peanut Vender " - Simmons " At The Germlin Ball " - Hill " The District of Columbia " - Howard and " Florentiner March " - Fucik Dixon an Irene Thatcher oni Becker Faye Highlander JUNIOR VARSITY CHEERLEADERS SPONSOR — MISS NOLL MADISON COUNTY TRACTOR EQUIPMENT CO, PIZZA KING Carolyn Gueldner, Marilyn Richardson, Anne Jenkins, Ma ry Van Hoo a Mihalic VARSITY CHEERLEADERS Linda Meyer; Marilyn Thompson, asst. Business editor; Jackie Noll, business editor; Katie Garde, co-editor; Fran Kuhn, co-editor; Steve Martin, asst. art editor; Antoninette Voget, asst. business editor; Nancy Steel, asst. art editor; Jeanne Lovell. Sponsor; Mrs. Isaacs, Pen 'N Inklings, the school's literary magazine, is composed of original articles submitted by the students. PEN ‘N INKLINGS GERMAN CLUB Officers: President--Jon Luckett: Vice Pres- ident--Chris Barker(1), Virginia Hans (2); Secretary--Ann Jenkins; Treasurer--Donna McCracken; Sponsor--Mr. Schonkwiler. Row 1: T. Schmidt; D. Lando; J, Luckett; D, Agles; D, Christofferson; G. Werner; J, Yack. Row 2: C, Weber; M. Yack; J. Voget; L. Lamkin; A. Voget; A. Ruffner; P. Harrel; S, Potter; J. HYten; F. Highlander; D. McCracken; A, Jenkins; C, Barker;N, Starnes; D. Sievers; N. Cooper; B, Brave; V. Hans; C, Pontius; C, Pence; E, Messerly; P. Bertels; K, Becker; Mr. Schonkwiler. Row 3: L. Mihalic; C, Pape; K. Colbert; A, Deist; L. Redford; German Club is an organization which gives students an opportunity to become better acquainted with culture and peoples of Ger- many. Membership is open to any student taking German or having two years of German. C, Bangert; T. Becker; M, Van Hooser; S. Paproth. Row 4; D, Votrain; R, Gilbert; G, Rogers; T, Newton; K, Kubicek; B, Lautner; R. Well; L. Schwager; R. Koch; B. Fruit; D. Hug; E, Randall; M. Gent; M, Artrip. Row 5: J. Barker; D, Hamilos; D. Vieth; M. Walace; D, Luckett; P. Asselmeier; D, Schulte; C, Wells; M, Solter; C, Gerdt; D, Richards; M. Pittman. One of the activities of GAA is the Coat Check at basket- ball games. At left, Renee Moore, Potter, at the c Judy Bernhardt, Pat and Patty Wood work ounter while talking to Mike Artrip. Because of construction in the girls' gym, GAA activities were delayed until March, Group pictures were therefore un- available for the yearbook. Officers: President--Karma Becker, Vice- President--Barb Parker, Secretary--Karla Meyer, Treasurer--Myra Highlander, Point Chairman--Jean Wehrend, Historian--DeArle Suhre, Sponsor--Mrs, Weidner, SENIOR GAA JUNIOR GAA . Allaria - Becker . Biarkis Bode Brockmeier Buhrmester . Burgett . Burrus Bussman . Cooper Corl .» Dain - Durham - Garde . Voget Voget - Harrison . Hartley AOUPROZAU HY SPOOKY 4 O.- L. Hartley M. Highlander . Howells Kappler Klein Kohli . Lando McIntyre . Meyer . Munzert Nischwitz Nischwitz - Ohm Paproth . Parker . Pittman . Pour Redford . Richards . Sartoris VY. Schrodt M, Slemer L, Slemer L, Spitze S. Stubbs D. Suhre R. VanHooser J. Wehrend A. Witschie Z4DORNONSNZ zn ro td bY oe K. Alberter M. Allen L. Barberi J. Bernhardt T. Becker D. Bode R. Bowens C. Bulmer B. Caban J. Cochran K. Combs M. Cooper C. Eckhart J. Erlich J. Gau S. Gengler S. Grebel C. Gueldner B. Halbe M. Hartman P. Hartung K. Hess N. Holtman N. Jones DANN AHN S 2 om ZONA WZ . McKee . Metzger . Meyer . Meyers - Michels . Miller Miller Miller . Moore . Moore - Peradotti Pickelsimer . Potter . Richardson . Schneider Senn - Slemer - Smith . Storm P, Tabor M - Thompson P, Utechtt M . Veith D. Waugh M. Wallace S. Wiegand D. Willians P, Wood P, Yates B. Justice J. Kernahan B. Kovarik J. Lovell C. Matthews ATHLETICS Athletics develop sportsmanship through competition. FOOTBALL CROSS COUNTRY WRESTLING BASKETBALL GYMNASTICS v - « } by fs, Po mat nae el a aaa aj : Greg Anderson, Bob Ax, Dave Barr, Roger Blind, Les Bradford. Bill Dean, Dave Deist Steve Deist, Bob Dustman Madison ! ff Buddy Ellis, Jim Ellis Altho WoodRiver Kenny Hughes, Karlyn Klopmeier Collinsville Dave McDonough, Bob Pendergrass E. St. Louis Don Poos, Roger Rice Alton Harry Robinson, Ron Schrage ; 3 Granite Don Takacs, Kenny White Belleville Dennis Wilkins, Carl Yeager ’ Roxana The Tiger coaches: Asbury, Ford, Keuthe, an Dave Barr receives his equipment from Coach . head coach, Pat Price. Price. FOOTBALL The 1965 Football Season began with an impressive 20-0 win over Madi- son, The game with East St. Louis, one of the state's top teams, was one of the highlights of the season as the fighting Tigers held the Flyers well below their game point average, The season closed happily as the Tigers beat Roxana 27-12, The excellent leadership and guidance of Coach Price and his assistants will always be remembered, PAGE SPONSOR HURST MOTORS INC. ee FIRST ROW: Wayne Kassa, Joe Rieger, Eddie Piper, Jim Rogers, Tom Newton, Gene Moore, Larry Freitag. THIRD Wallace, Jerry Dean, Dennis Henry, Coach Jack Asbury. ROW: Roger Johnson, Kevin Pelhank, Kurt Yeager, Mike SECOND ROW: Jim Vest, Mike Henderson, Joe Hotz, Skip Aljets, Tom Barr, Joey Leitner. PAGE SPONSORS SOPHOMORE FOOTBALL W000 inn " LANTZ HOMES INC, MADISON STORE Fight for the finish! Don Brunnworth - 7 as - 7 Pe eat ee a ° — ; - 4 Mike Combs m S + Mike Combs overtakes another runner in the Edwardsville Invitational. Coach Ken Freeland Bob Jurgena 2 1S 2 7 - Steve Zika Ken Klette Ray Weber Theo Hairston Gerry Henry The Tiger Cross Country sea- son began on September 10, 1965, with a dual meet between Edwards- ville and Collinsville in which Collinsville was the victor. For the Tigers this was a rebuilding year; Jim Horstman three seniors, seven juniors, and ww. six sophomores were onthe varsity and junior varsity squads, The team's placing sixth in the district meet was the highlight of the season, CROSS COUNTRY : Mi i » i ; aE, JUNIOR VARSITY Front Row: John Paoni, Da vid Back Row: Coach Ken Freeland, Steve Skinner, Dan Hans, Dickie Burroughs, Randy Schnack, Dan Gibeau; Horstman, Kenny Klette - LN y Don Brunnworth and other participants in Edwardsville Invitational Meet. ” lst Row: Roger Rice, Curt Alexander, Coach Mel Keuthe, 2nd Row: Jim Simms, Elmer Lewis, Allan Brooks, Jeff Lewis, Steve Moore, Richard Crump, Wayne Augsburger, 3rd Row: Theo Harriston, John Shilt, Dale Smith, Larry Wrestling Creek, Jerry Creek, Lonnie Kovarik, John Kruchek. 4th Row: John Paoni, Mike Simms, Carl Yeager, Ronnie White, Kurt Yeager, Larry Freitag, Joe Leitner. 5thRow: Louie Hartman, Dennis Wilkens, Bob Ax, Larry Ellison. ‘65-66 Opponents Highland 76 q Wood River 60 Dave Bode Jim Brunnworth Denny Agles Mercy Fred Crook Alton Tom Dezort Granite City Litchfield Belleville Mt. Vernon Benton Collinsville Scrappy Jackson Quincy Coach Bob Gregor Alton E. St. Louis Madison Alton Wood River Belleville Collinsville E. St. Louis Roxana Centralia Alton Bill Harris Vince Jason Mickey Moore Be ih eatin. soa " 65-66 TIGER BASKETBALL EDWARDSVILLE BARGAIN CENTER IMBER'S MEN'S WEAR ta yg 7. : i q 3 od +) } Wy | i we ? QD W ) | ec " = BERs yr. Row 1: Kenny White, Jack Townsend, Jim Brunnworth, David Peek, Thomas Dickerson, Joe Shaw, Bill Dean, Dennis Agles, Vince Jason, Phil Cooper. Row 2: Alan Dickie Borroughs. Row 3: Coach Richard Ford, Coach Weber, John Henry Carpenter, Tom Sido, John Stimac, Kenneth Freeland. JUNIOR VARSITY BASKETBALL Row 1: Coach Bruno Klaus, Kirk Meyers, Greg Cox, Tom Werner. Row 3: Rich Eyman, Gary Krieger, Jim Steve Wopat, Warren Kerchoff, Dennis Kiefer. Row 2: Keller, Jerry Poole, John Lane, Randy Williams, Danny Mike Cooper, Doug Kiefer, Jerry Gordon, Jim Clemons, Shipkowski. Row 4: Bob Lynch. GYMNASTICS PAGE SPONSORS BUHRMESTER WALLPAPER AND PAINT Co. KRIEGE HARDWARE MARCELLA'S BEAUTY SHOP PAUL MEYER AGENCY ACTIVITIES Activities develop ability through participation. MUSICAL ACTIVITIES DANCES ) A Cappella Choir performs at the Robing Ceremony. CHOIR ROBING CEREMONY y em, Jackie Noll, left, and Margie Cooper, right receive their stoles. ; rapt hl aa 7) O | ita) aa Left is Karla Meyer, secretary of A Cappella Choir; | right is president Karlyn Klopmeier. PAGE SPONSORS MELO QUEEN KAY JANSEN SCHOOL OF BEAUTY CULTURE a NS DRUG as | rae ov. ai Uv eall 7 = 4 4 4 mT) WALARPRLALE LE Talal: § —— ESSAY | JUNIOR PLAY " You Can't Kiss Carolyn' CAST: Patti Wood, Martha Henderson, Chris Fruth, Betty Halbe, Mary Jo Berger, Carol Ketcham, Debbie Richards, Carolyn Gueldner, } Cindy Towell, Denny Scarborough, Mike Artrip, wee wd ; | Mark Krejci, Winn Allison, Louis Kotva, Chuck Coffman, Prompter: Jani Pass; Student Direc- tor: Mary Allen; Sponsor: Mrs, Dianne — Williams. Ag ‘- , sy | Ber POP CONCERT DON COFFMAN INSURANCE E DWARDSVILLE FROZEN FOODS George Peo and Gary Hertel, members of the band, enter the auditorium. THE VALIANT Warden Holt . . . Dave Christofferson Father Daly Dick Bearden James Dyke Rich Bridwell Josephine Paris...... Pam Hartung Dan Jim Ellis Student Directors Donna Nischwitz, Jim Ellis DRAMATICS CLUB ONE-ACT PLAYS A MIDSUMMER'S NIGHT'S DREAM Bottom Jon Luckett Quince Jim Borgstede F lute Chris F ruth Snout (Wall) Roger Blind Snug (Lion) Debby Bode Starveling (Moonshine) Dian Schwuchow Narrator Mary Allen Student Directors . . Mary VanHooser, Vicky Schrodt WHY THE CHIMES RANG Carolyn Gueldner Linda Greco Mike Gent Kathy Solomon Student Directors . . Alberta Boccaleoni Antoinette Voget Combined choir performing. CHRISTMAS CONCERT Above, Linda Brubaker sings " Sweet Little Jesus Child, " and below, Mr. Kessinger leads the audience, the choir, and the bandin several traditional Christmas carols. At right, Alan Thatcher sings " Winter Wonderland, " and Linda Cox dances. WALLPAPER STORE PERSONALITY BEAUTY SHOP DON OHL OFFICE SUPPLY SALLY ANN BAKERY HOMECOMING SKIT. Presentation of the game ball to the 1965 Retiring queen, Margie Martin, and her escort Homecoming Queen candidates-Diane Allaria, Robert Wahl. Candy Blackburn, and Donna McCracken- by Mickey Moore, Edwardsville captain, and the East St. Louis captain 1965 Homecoming Queen, Diane Allaria, and Royal Escort, Jan Poneta. é Call + “— Guests enjoy the Homecoming Dance. Shawn Etzkorn and Connie Price, crown bearers. iH A aH Poy ee HE ee ih : é ul oe) Z = O O sacl = O rT - : - om r ; : Fiat 4 a c¢) © 0) -4 EY as O O ROYAL ESCORT, JAN PONETA HOMECOMING QUEEN. DIANE ALLARIA SPECIAL ATTENDANTS Not Pictured Donna McCracken and Candace Blackburn. Johnny Caban David Hug Jack Hoover Don Poos SENIOR ATTENDANTS Susan Paproth McIntyre Tom Pulliam, Junior Diane Waugh, Junior Nina Storm, Junior David McDonough, Junior JUNIOR AND SOPHOMORE ATTENDANTS James Horstman, Junior Faye Highlander, Sophomore Leisa Mihalic, Junior Jim Clemons, Sophomore Jane Watson, Sophomore Victor Kreuiter, Sophomore Mike Allaria, . Sophomore Jill Hyten, Sophomore PORTRAITS The Administration, through guidance, helps the classes with their development of individualism. ADMINISTRATORS PERSONNEL SENIORS JUNIORS SOPHOMORES BOARD OF EDUCATION Seated left to right: A. Gordon Dodds, Superintendent of Schools; Buchta; Standing, left to right: Paul Heepke, Wendelin Pass, Roy Fruit, President; Herbert Brockmeier, Secretary; Chester Archer Logan, Nick Hamilos, Willard Pfeiffer. Mr. Thomas Butler Principal, Athletic Director Mr. Rue Foe Assistant Principal, Dean of Boys Miss Elsie Sloan Dean of Girls, Counselor OFFICE STAFF Left to right: Mrs. Roseberry, bookkeeper; Mrs. Firnhaber, regis- trar, Mrs. Borgstede, guidance secretary; Mrs. Schaefer, secre- tary. Mrs. Dee Ann Podshad- ley, who was employed after the resignation of Mrs. Schaefer. JANITORIAL STAFF Left to right: Mr. Robinson, Mr. Weigand, Mr. Bowles, Mr. Johnson, Mr. Holtman, Mrs. Strassen, Mr. Bernicky, Mr. Jackson. Lasse Saas SWACK BAR Srce Lowcuweat Peanut Bor ree aN lee) “el CAFETERIA STAFF Left to right: Mrs. Clark, Mrs. Buch, Mrs, Henke, Mrs. Eberhart, Mrs, i 7 Kirchner, Mrs. Paproth, a «4¢ ‘ - “ Mrs. Van Hooser, Mrs. Carpenter, Mrs. Grosen- heider, Mrs. Bensa. SENIOR CLASS OFFICERS OF “66” President-David Hug; Vice President-Bill Fruit; Treasurer-David Bode; Secretary-Jackie Noll, ROBERT AHRENS CURD ALEXANDER Photography Club 3,4. Archery Club 3; Track F f 2; Wrestling 2,3,4; Let- terman's Club 4. DIANE ALLARIA RICHARD ALBL MARY ASHAUER Spanish Club 2; G.A.A, Football 2; Baseball 2. French Club 2 2,3,4; Music Listening Club 3,4; Future Nurses' Club 3; Prom Commit- tee 3; Girls' Chorus 2,3; Girls' Choir 4, (Vice- President); Homecom- ing Court 2-4; Office Helper 3,4; Homecom- ing Queen 4, GLORIA ALLEN SENIOR ROBERT AX Girls' Chorus 2 Football 2,3,4; Wrestl- CLASS ing 2,3,4; Boys' Chorus 2; A Cappella Choir 3,4; of 66 Operetta Cast 3,4. ALLEN ARTH CAROL BANGERT SHARON AYLWARD Tennis 2,3,4; Latin Club G.A.A. 2,3,4; German German Club 2; Biologi- 2; Lettermen's Club 4; Club 2,3,4; Biological cal Science Club 2;G.A,. Art Club 3. Science Club 2; Girls' A, 2,3,4; Social Studies Chorus 2,3; Music Lis- Club 3,4; Photography tening Club 3; Business Club 3,4, (President 4) Education Club 4. Yearbook 4; Prom Com=- mittee 3; Tiger Times 4. JESSICA BALSTER LEONARD BARNETT Girls'Chorus 2,3; Girls' , = Choir 4; Junior-Senior Music Listening 3. DAVID BARR German Club 2; Letter- man's Club 4; (Secre- tary); F.T.A. 4; Band 2, 3,4; Football 2,3,4; Bas- ketball 2,3. CANDY BLACKBURN G.A.A, 2,3,4; Spanish Club 2,3,4; Biological Science Club 2; Student Council 2,3,4; Home- coming Court 2-4; Phys- ical Science Club 3; Business Education Club 4. KARMA BECKER Library Club 2,3,4; (President 4); G.A.A. 2,3,4; (President 4); Bi- ological Science Club 2; German Club 2,3,4; Girls' Chorus 2; Girls’ Choir 3; Ensemble 3. WILBUR BERDICK MIKE BERNER Technicians’ Club 2,3,4. PY | nail s WILLIAM BAST Football 2,3; Club 3 (President) CHARLES BLUMBERG Basketball 2,3; Tennis 2,3,4; Lettermen's Club 4, Archery JO BAZ AILLION F.H.A. 2,3,4; (Treas- urer and Finance Chair- man 4); Library Club 3; ’ Cafeteria Worker 2,3,4. ’ MARY ANN BERNHARDT Girls’ Chorus 2,3; Girls’ Choir 4; Office Helper; Spanish Club, BONNIE BIARKIS G.A.A. 2,3,4; Girls’ Chours 2; Girls' Choir 3, Ensemble 3; A Cap- pella Choir 4; F.H.A. 2,3,4, (Treasurer 3); Cafeteria Worker 4; Prom Committee 3. TOM BIVENS ALBERTA BOCCALEONI F.H.A. 2; Band 2,3,4; (Excutive Council 4) Pep Club 3; Junior Play Cast 3; Dramatics Club 3,4; National Thespians 4; Homecoming Skit 3; Prom Committee 3; Fo- rensics Club 4, 87 DAVE BODE Boys' Chorus 2; A Cap- pella Choir 3,4; Band 2; Physical Science Club 2; Latin Club 2; Social Studies Club 3; Biolog- ical Science Club 3; Bas- ketball 3,4; Boys’ En- semble 2;Madrigal Singers 3; Cross Coun- try 4; Senior Class Treasurer. GINA BRIDWELL Girls' Chorus 2,3; Span- ish Club 2,3,4; Music Listening ‘Club4; Prom Committee 3; Girls' Choir 4. 88 DANNY BOHNENSTIEHL Photography Club 2,3,4, JIM BORGSTEDE German Club 2,3; Jun- ior Play Cast 3; Biolog- ical Science Club 3; Dramatics Club 3,4; Pep Club 3; Tiger Staff 4; Math Club 4; Prom Committee 3; Office Helper 3. KAREN BOYLE French Club 2; Social Studies Club 2; Future Teachers 3; G.A.A. 3, 4; Prom Committee 3; A Cappella Choir 4; Sen- ior Girls' Ensemble 4; Pep Club 4; Girls' Cho- rus 2; Girls' Choir 3. » KATHERINE (SUSIE) BODE Spanish Club 2,3,4;Busi- ness Education Club 4; Prom Committee 3; Forensics Club 4; G.A.A. 2,3,4. RICHARD BRIDWELL Latin Club 2, (Treas- urer); Music Listening Club 2,(Vice-President) Baseball 2; Boys' Cho- rus 2; Dramatics Club 3,4 (Vice-President 3,4) Forensics Club 4,(Vice- President 4); A Cappella 3,4; Junior Boys' Sextet 3; Senior Boys’ Quartet 4; Junior Play Cast 3; Opperetta Cast 3,4; Dramatics Club Plays 3, 4; National Thespians Society 4; Tiger Times 3; Homecoming Skit 3. MARTHA BOYLE Math Club 2; Debate Club 2,3, (Sec, 2 Vice-Pres- ident 3); Social Studies Club 3,4, (President 4); A Cappella 3,4, (Madri- gals 4); Band 2,3,4, (Sec. 3, Vice-Pres. 4); Stu- dent Council 2,3,4, (Vice-President 4) Na- tional Honor Society 3,4, (President 4); Yearbook Staff 3,4; Prom Commit- tee 3; Sophomore Class President. LESTER BRADFORD Archery Club 3; Letter- mens' Club 4; Social Studies Club 3; Football 2,3,4; Basketball 2,3; Track 2. LINDA BRATTEN Music Listening Club 3, 4; Girls’ Chorus 2; Girls' Choir 3,4; Pep Club 3. ee RANA BODE G.A.A. °2,3; Biological Science Club 2; Music Listening Club 3; Future Nurses 3; Latin Club 2. RONNA BROCKMEIER Girls' Chorus 2; Span- ish Club 2; Music Lis- tening Club 3; Girls’ Choir 3,4; Business Ed- ucation Club 4; G.A.A. 2,3,4; Office Helper 3,4. LINDA BRUBAKER Class Treasurer 2; Girls' Choir 2; (Ensem- ble) Art Club 2; Math Club 2,3,(Treasurer 3) Band 2,3,4; Twirler 3,4; Band Board 4; G.A.A. 2,3,4; A Cappella Choir 3,4; Girls' Ensemble 3; Madrigals 4; Opperetta 3; Dramatics Club 3,4; Physical Science Club 3,4. ALICE CARTER F.H.A, 2,3,4. ‘s. — = RANDY BURGESS Art Club 3; German Club 3; Chess Club 4. NADENE BUESSER Business Education Club 4, LORETTA BURGETT Spanish Club 2,3,4;Busi- ness Education Club 3, 4; G.A.A, 2,3,4. STEPHEN BURIAN Spanish Club 2,3,4; Art Club 2, RONALD CARTER Archery Club 3; Chess Club 4, SHERRY BUHRMESTER German Club 2; Future Teachers' 2,3,4, (Pres- ident 4); Future Nurses 3,4; G.A.A, 2,3,4; Soph- omore Girls' Chorus; Girls' Chorus 3; Girls' Choir 4; Prom Commit- tee 3. MARTHA BURRUS Girls' Chorus 2; Girls’ Choir 3; A Cappella 4; Madrigals 4; Junior Play Cast; Spanish Club 2,3,4, (Secretary 4) Mu- sic Listening Club 2,3,4, (Secretary 4); G.A.A, 3, 4; Prom Committee 3. LINDA BUSSMANN Girls' Chorus 2; Girls' Choir 3,4; Math Club 2; French Club 2; G.A.A. 2,3,4; Junior Play Com- mittee 3; Dramatics Club 4; Yearbook Staff 4; Prom Committee 3; Future Teachers' Club 3; Social Studies Club 3, 4. JOHNNY CABAN Class Vice-President 2; Latin Club 2; Music Lis- tening 2,3,4; Band 2; Boys' Chorus 2, (En- semble); Baseball 2,3; Basketball 2,3; Football 2,3,4; Homecoming Court 2; Lettermans' Club 3,4, (President); A Cappella Choir 3,4; Jr. Boys Sex- tet; Prom Committee 3; Sr. Boys Quartet. FRANK CATALANO St. Paul High School, Highland 2; Basketball 2; Chorus 2; Table Ten- nis 3; Spanish Club 3,4. 89 GERALD CATO Bethalto High School 2; Industrial Arts' Club 2; Track 2. JERRY CREEK Spanish Club 2,3; Wres- tling 2,3,4; Baseball 2, 3,4; Stamp and Coin Club 4, KENNY COCHRAN French Club 2,3,4; Spanish Club 3,4; Arch- ery Club 3; Music Lis- tening 3; Yearbook 4; Prom Committee 3; Cross Country 2; Pep Club 3. KAREN COLBERT Biology Club 2; German Club 2,3,4; Library Club 2,3,4; Librarian 2,3,4; G.A.A. 2. BEVERLY COOPER German Club 2; Busi- ness Education Club 3; G.A.A. 2,3,4; Girls’ Chorus 2,3; Girls' Choir 4; Prom Committee 3. r y te = eal MIKE CERNY Archery Club 3,4. ROBERT CULLIPHER Archery 3; Coin and Stamp Club 4, KRISTIN CORL Math Club 2; Art Club 2,3,4, (Secretary 4); Social Studies Club 3,4; Junior Play Committee 3; G.A.A. 2,3,4. LINDA COX Music Listening Club 2, (Secretary 2); F.N.A. 2, 3; Dramatics Club 3,4; Operetta 3,4; Forensics 4; Jr. Class Play 3. DEBBIE COCHRAN Transfer Student from Rodatam, Texas. DAVID CHRISTOF FERSON German Club 2,3,4; Physical Science Club 3; Pep Club 3; Junior Play Cast 3; Prom Com- mittee 3; Dramatics Club 4; Tiger Staff 4, M G.A.A. 2,3,4; Future Nurses 2; Music Listen- ing Club 3,4; Pep Club 3; Latin Club 2; Senior Girls' Choir 4. ROBERT DAVIDSON BOB DUSTMAN Football 2,3,4; Basket- ball 2; Track 2; French Club 2; Biology Club 2; Physical Science Club 3; Social Studies Club 3; Lettermen's Club 4; Chess Club 4. DAVID DEIST Football 2,3,4;Chess Club 4. GLEN DALE Archery Club 3; Prom Committee 3; Photo- graphy Club 4. STEVE DEIST Football 2,3,4; Track 2; Lettermen's Club4; Chess Club 4, sJACK DIPPOLD Archery 3; Chess4; Photography 2. DONALD DUTTON Art Club 2; Archery Club 2; Cafeteria Help 2,3,4. JEANNE DORSEY F.N.A. 2,3,4, (Treas- urer 4);Class Secretary 3; Business Ed, 3,4, (Vice-President 3) (Treasurer 4); Biology Club 2; Student Council 3,4; Sophomore Girls' Choir 2. MIKE DRAKE Latin Club 2,3; Band 2, 3,4; Music Listening Club 2,3,4; Biology Club 2; Boys' Choir 2; Prom Committee 3; Jr. Play A Cappella Choir 3,4; Madrigal Ensemble 3,4; Technicians’ Club 4. G.A.A. 2; Chorus 2; Photography Club 2; Prom Committee 3; F. N.A. 3,4; Business Ed- ucation Club 3,4, (Sec- retary 4). Archery 3. JEAN EBERLE Math Club 2; Latin Club 2; Debate Club 2,3; Soc- ial Studies Club 3; Fu- ture Teachers 4; Foren- ics Club 4, (Secretary); Band 2,3,4; Student Council 2. WARDS Sophomore Girls‘ Choir, F.H.A. 2,3,4; F.N.A. 4; Library Club 3; Cafete- teria Worker 3,4. HAROLD FORNOFF FTA 2; Latin Club 2; Art Club 2,3,4, (Pres- ident 4); Forensics 4; Boys' Chorus 2, - == RONNIE ERB Spanish Club 2,3. JIM FARRELL Archery 3; Coin Club 4. JIM ELLIS Sikeston Missouri 2; Wood River 3; Bas- ketball 2,3; Football 4; Ping Pong Club 3,4; A Cappella Choir 3,4; Dramatics 4; Forensics 4, GARY FRANCE German Club 2,3; Audio Visual Aids Club 2,3; Track 2,3. JULIE FILE Photography Club 2; German Club 2,4; Busi- ness Education Club 3, (Secretary 3, President 4). FERGUSON Dundee High School 2,3; Social Studies Club 4; Biology Club 4. WALTER ELLIS Football 2,3,4; Basket- ball 2; Track 2,3; Photo- graphy Club 3; Letter- men's Club 2,3,4; So- cial Studies Club 2,3, DAVID FRENCH LARRY FRENCH RAY GAMBLE Band 2,3,4; Table Ten- nis 4; Biological Science Club 3, CATHERINE GARDE G.A.A. 2,3,4; Spanish Club 2,3,4; Photography Club 2,3, (Secretary 3); Sophomore Girls' Cho- rus; Junior Girls' Choir and Ensemble; A Cap- pella Choir 4; Assistant Editor School Magazine 3; Co-Editor School Magazine 4; Tiger Times 4. PATSY GARNER Latin Club 2; Music Lis- tening Club 3; F.H.A, 3, 4; Chorus 2,3; Choir 4. a GARY FRUEH Cafeteria Helper 2,3,4. VICKIE GIBEAU Transfer Lafeyette High School 2; Art Club 3; Junior Girls' Choir; Senior Girls' Choir 4; Prom Committee 3. JANICE GENTRY Junior Senior Music Listening 3,4; Sopho- more Girls' Choir; Sen- ior Girls' Chior; Tiger Times Staff 4; Office Girl 3. MIKE GENT German Club 2,3,4; Bi- ological Science Club 2, 3; Dramatics Club 4; National Thespian Soci- ety 4; Junior Class Play 3; Yearbook Staff4; Prom Committee 3; Basketball 2; Home- coming Skit 3; Sopho- more Boys' Chorus 2; Pep Club 3; One Act Plays 4. DAVID GERDT Photography Club2; Technicians' Club 2,3,4; Sec.-Tres. Technicians 3; President Techni- cians 4; Sophomore Boys' Choir; Band 2; Physical Science Club 3,4; President Physical Science 4; A Cappella Choir 3,4; Madrigals 3, 4. BILL FRUIT Math Team 2,3; Physical Science Club 2,3; Ger- man Club 2,3,4, (Vice- President 3); Biology Club 4; Technicians’ Club 2,3; Vice President of Senior Class. GLORIA GRUBAUGH Latin Club 2, (Secretary) Band 2; F.T.A. 2,3,4, (Vice President 3); Fo- rensics Club 4; Year- book Staff 3; Tiger Times 2,3,4, (Editor 4) Student Council 4; Prom Committee 3; Director Junior Play; National Honor Society 3,4; (Sec, -Tres, 4); Choir 2,3. DAN GIBEAU Transfer from Western Military Academy 2,3. ELMER GUELDNER THOMAS GUSEWELLE FFA 2,3,4; Cafeteria Helper 2,3,4. JOHN GUTHRIE Baseball 2; French Club 2,3,4; Chess Club 4; Bi- ology Club 3; Social Studies Club 3. LIONEL HAIRSTON Spanish Club 2; Science Club 2. DIANE HANNA MARY JANE GUSEWELLE F.N.A. 2,3,4, (Vice President 4) Student Council 2,3; G.A.A. 2,3; Biology Club 2; Junior Play; Art Club 2; Latin Club 2; Chorus 2; Dram- atics Club 3,4. JESSE HARBISON Baseball 2; Archery 2, 3; Social Studies Club 2,3. SUE GUSEWELLE F.N.A. 2,3,4; Music Lis- tening Club 3,4; G.A.A, 3,4; Choir 2,3,4. BETTY HALE Music Listening Club 3, 4; Library Club 3; Choir 2,3,4. ALAN HAMPTON Coin and Stamp Club 4. CLAIRE HANDLON Spanish Club 2; Photo- graphy Club 2; PepClub 3; Music Listening Club 3; FNA 3. MIKE HARBRY Boys' Choir 2; German Club 2,3; Physical Sci- ence Club 3; Student Council 4. JEAN HARRIS JIM HELDENBRAND “a s; KATHY HARTLEY Photography Club 2; German Club 2; Social Studies Club 3,4;G.A.A, 3,4; Biology Club 4; Physical Science Club 3. LYNITA HARTLEY G.A.A. 2,3,4; French Club 2,3,4; (Secretary 2) Math Club 3; Jr.-Sr. Music Listening Club 3. LOUIE HARTMANN Football 4; Wrestling 2, 3,4; Student Council 2; Art Club 2,3,4 (Histo- rian 4); Archery 3,4; Letterman's Club 4. yay Vv BILL HARRIS Math Club 2; Music Lis- tening Club 2,3; Chess Club 4; Physical Science Club 2; Basketball 2,3,4; Track 2,4; Cross Coun- try 2,4. CAROL HELM Chorus 2; Band 2,3,4; Debate Club 2,3 (Treas- urer 3); Latin Club 2,3, 4; (Vice President 2); (President 3); Biology Club 4; Math Club 2; Student Council 3; Na- tional Honor Society 3,4; Social Studies Club 3,4, (Secretary 4); Prom Committee 3. TOM HARTZEL Baseball 2; Football 2,3; Social Studies Club 2,3; Ping Pong Club 4. WILLIAM HAWK DIANE HELDENBRAND ARRISON 3,4; Art Club 3-A.A. 2,3,4; Cho- RENNIS HEMANN. German Club 2; Biology Club 4; Archery Club 3, 4, TOM HENDRICKS GARY HERTEL MIKE HENRY Band 2,3,4; Technicians’ Latin Club 2; Math Club Club 2,3,4; Stamp and 3,4; Chess Club 4. Coin Club 4. JANIS HOBBS Chorus 4. DAVID HIGHLANDER GARY HOLLIDAY MYRA HIGHLANDER WALLACE HOPKINS BEVERLY HOLTMANN Latin Club 2; G.A.A,. 2, 3,4; Business Education Club 3,4; (Treasurer 4) JACK HOOVER WILLIAM HOPKINS Letterman's Club 2,3,4; Homecoming Court 3,4; Biology Club 2; Jr.-Sr. Music Listening Club 3,4; A Cappella 3,4; Basketball 2,3; Track 2; Cross Country 2,3; Band 2. BARBARA HOWELLS WAYNE JOHNSON FFA 2,3. ris DAVID HUG German Club 2,3,4, (Pres. 2); Physical Sci- ence Club 2; Biological Science Club 3,4, (Pres. 4) Basketball 2; Base- ball 2,3; Homecoming Court 2,4; Class Pres- ident 4. KENNETH HUGHES Art Club 2,3,4; Football 2,3. MICKEY INGRAM German Club 2, (Treas.) Biological Science Club 2,3,4; Basketball 2,3; Baseball 2,3,4; Football 2,3; Lettermen's Club4. Ds =, DAT iS Is Football 2,3;Social Studies 2,3; Track 2,4; Pep Club 3; Lettermen's Club 4 (Secretary). LUCILLE KAPPLER FTA 2,3,4; Chorus 2; Choir 3,4; G.A.A. 3. NOREEN HOWELLS Art Club 2,3,4; Chorus 2; G.A.A. 3. 7 CHERYL JELLEN Spanish Club 2,3,4; Tiger Times 4, STEVE JELLEN. Biological Science Club 2,3; German Club 2; Technicians Club 3,4; Physical Science Club 4; Forensics Club 4. ANNE JENKINS G.A.A. 2,3; Chorus 2; Ensemble; German Club 2,3,4, (Secy. 4); Debate Club 2,3,4; A Cappella Choir 3,4; Junior Girls' Ensemble 3; Madrigals 4; Dramatics Club 4; Junior Play 3; Student Council 2,3,4, (Pres. 4) Prom Committee 3; Varsity Cheerleader 4, JAMES KELLER Junior Senior Music Listening 3,4;Spanish Club 4, WARREN KERCKHOFF French Club 2,3; Gym- nastics 4. WILLIAM KNIGHT Photography Club 2,3,4. DONNA KING Library Club 2,3; (Vice- Pres. 3); Soph. Music Listening Club 2; Prom Committee 3; Miss Sloan's Helper 4; Table Tennis Club 4, RICHARD KING JANICE KLEIN French Club 2; FNA 3; Jr. Sr. Music Listening 3,4; Social Studies Club 3,4; G.A.A, 3,4; Chorus 2; Choir 3,4. -. y i THERESA KESSEL Chorus 2; G.A.A. 2,3; Library Club 3; Choir 3; (Ensemble); A Cap- pella Choir 4, RODNEY KOCH German Club 2,4; Math Club 3; Biological Sci- ence Club 3,4, DENNIS KIEFER French Club 4; Spanish Club 4. KARLYN KLOPMEIER Band 2,3,4, (Treas. 3) A Cappella Choir 3,4, (Pres. 4); Operetta 3,4; Lettermen's Club 4; Prom Committee 3; Jr.- Sr. Music Listening Club 3, (Vice-Pres. 3) Football 2,3,4; Junior Boys' Ensemble 3; Sen- ior Boys' Quartet 4; All District Choir 4; Class Vice-President 3; LINDA KLUETER Latin Club 2; FNA 3; Library Club 3,4. JAMES KNECHT Band 2,3,4; Audio Visual Aids 2,3,4. ROSS KOCH Archery Club 3; Foot- ball 4. JAN KOHLI Columbian High School Tiffin, Ohio 2; G.A.A. 3,4; Choir 3; A Cappella Choir 4; French Club 3; Junior Play 3; Forensics Club 4; Student Council 4; FTA 4. MAUREEN LANKFORD Jr.-Sr. Music Listening Club 3,4; Senior Girls' Choir. Ni od — 5 a GARY KRIEGER ’ ‘ MICHAEL KOVARIK Devine Heart Seminary 2,3. SHARON KROTZ ‘Band 2; Spanish Club 2; Social Studies Club 3,4; Art Club 4, FRANCES KUHN Band 2,3,4; FNA 2,3,4; Physical Science 3; Literary Magazine 3, 4, (Co-Editor 4). RICHARD LAUTNER ; KAY KRIBS Chorus 2,3; Biological Science Club 2; FNA 3; Choir 4; Jr.-Sr. Music Listening Club 3; G.A.A. 3; Miss Sloan's Helper : , + RICHARD LABARDI Spanish Club 2,3,4; Ping Pong 4; Chess Club 4, JANET LAMBERT Art Club 2,3,4; Sopho- more Girls' Chorus; Juniors Girls' Choir; Senior Girls' Choir; GAA 2,3. GAIL LANDO German Club 2; Biology Club Cc lub 3,4; GAA 3,4. DAVID LAWSON TOM MARTIN Latin Club 2; Basketball 2; Baseball 2,3,4; Cross Country 2,3,4; Letter- men's Club 4; Table Tennis 3; Social Studies Club 3, JIM MALONE Cafeteria Helper 2,3; Archery Club 3; Art Club 3. Band 2,3,4; Audio-Visu- al Aids 3,4, STEVE MANSFIELD JON LUCKETT German Club 2,3,4; (President4); Boys' Chorus 2; A Cappella Choir 3,4; Operetta 3; Prom Committee 3; Yearbook 4; Pep Club 3; Forensics Club 4; Junior Play 3; Dram- atics Club 3,4, (Secre- tary 4); National Thes- pians' Society 4. JACK MAREING Latin Club 2; Math Club 2,3; Chess Club 4; Prom Skit 2; Table Tennis 3; Biology Club 2. SD, CLOYDE MARCUS Math Club 2,3; Cafeteria Helper 3,4. MARILYN MARTIN STEVE MARTIN Art Club 2,3; Archery 3; Chess Club 4; Liter- ary Magazine 4; Phys- ical Science Club 4. ae Physical Science Club 3; Math Club 4; Prom Committee 3; Boys' Chorus 2, DOUG MAYFIELD Audio Visual Aids 2,3,4; Baseball 2,3; Table Tennis 2; Chess Club 3, DIANE McCLELLAN Music Listening 3; Of- fice Aid 4, PAT MICHAELS East St. Louis High School 2; Music Listen- ing Club 3,4; Girls’ Choir 4; G.A.A. 3. STEVE McMICHAEL DONNA McCRACKEN Spanish Club 2; Math Club 3; Table Tennis Club 3,4; Chess Club 4. ROGER McMURRAY Physical Science Club 3; Biology Club 2,4; Boys' Chorus 2; Soph- omore Boys' Ensemble; A Cappella Choir 3,4; Madrigals 3,4; Prom Committee 3. JOHN MEHL Basketball 2,3; Cross Country 2; Math Club 2, 3,4; Biology Club 2; Physical Science Club 4; French Club 3; Prom Committee 3; Band 2; Junior Play 3. German Club 2,3,4; (Treasurer 4); GAA 2,3, 4; Physical Science Club 3; Biology Club 2; Busi- ness Education Club 4; Homecoming Court 2,4. LARRY MODENE Physical Science Club 2, 3,4; German Club 2; Math Club 3; Band 2,3,4. PENNY MEYER Math Club 2,3; Science Club 2,3; Dramatics Club 4; Sophomore Girls' Chorus; Junior Girls' Chorus; A Cap- pella Choir 4; Band 2, 3,4. KARLA MEYER Latin Club 2; Tiger Times 2; Math Club 2,3, 4, (Vice-Pres. 4); Math team 2,3,4; G.A.A, 2,3,4, (Secretary 4); Student Council 2,3,4; Soph- omore Girls' Chorus; Junior Girls' Choir (Vice-Pres, 3); Jr.-Sr. Music Listening Club 3, 4; Prom Committee Chairman 3; Junior Play Committee 3; Pep Club 3; A Cappella Choir 4, (Secretary 4). DAVID MEYER F.F.A, 2,3,4; Archery Club 3,4. JANE McINTYRE Neoga High School 2; GAA 3,4; FNA 3; Jun- ior Girls Choir; Senior Girls' Choir; Prom Committee 3; Library Club 3,4, (Vice-Pres. 4) Spanish Club 4; Year- book 4; Dramatics Club 3,4. Social Studies Club 2,3, 4, (Vice-president) Photography Club 2,3,4, (Vice-president); Track 2,3; Tiger Times. MICKEY MOORE Basketball 2,3,4; Track 2,4; Lettermen's Club 4; Archery Club 3; Prom Committee 3. PAT MOORMAN Future Nurses Club 2,3, 4; Pep Club 3; Latin Club 2,3,4; (Vice-presi- dent); Physical Science Club 3. COLLEEN MUNZERT Prom Committee 3; German Club 2; Biology Club 2; G.A.A, 3; Phys- ical Science Club 3; Fu- ture Nurses Club 3,4. STEVE NEUTZLING German Club 2,3; Ten- nis Team 2; Ping Pong Club 3; Prom Com- mittee 3; Spanish Club 4; Chess Club 4, JUDY NOUD Girls' Chorus 2,3; Girls' Choir 4; Future Teachers Club 3; Social Studies Club 4; Foren- sics Club 4. SUSAN MOORE Math Club 2; Science Club 2; Music Listening Club 4, MARLA OHM Girls’ Choir 3,4;G.A.A. 3,4; Math Team 2,3; Math Club 2,3,4; Future Teachers 3,4, (Vice- president 4); Prom Committee 3. TOM MORAN Physical Science Club 2; German Club 2; Chess Club 4, (President). JANEY NISCHWITZ G.A.A. 2,3; Future Nurses 2,3,4; Music Listening Club 3,4; Prom Committee 3; Girls' Chorus 2,3; Girls' Choir 4, DONNA NISCHWITZ Future Teachers2; G.A.A. 2,3; German Club 2; Social Studies Club 3,4; Dramatics Club 3,4;Forensics Club 4; Girls' Chorus 2,3; Girls' Choir 4; Prom Committee 3; Junior Play; National Thespians Society 4. JACKIE NOLL Student Council 2; G.A.A, 2; Future Nurses Club 2; Biological Sci- ence Club 2; Math Club 3; Prom Committee 3; Girls' Chorus 2; Girls' Choir 2; A Cappella Choir 4; Future Teach- ers Club 4; Debate Club 3,4, (President 4); Tiger Times 2,3,4; Class Sec- retary 4. GREG ORMAN “ a Boys' Choir 2; Art Club 2 3; Technicians Club 3; Table Tennis 4; Archery 4; Future Teachers 4; e ‘ Chess 4, SUSAN PAPROTH German Club 2,3,4, (Secretary 2); Girls' Chorus 2; Biological Science Club 2; Class Secretary 2; G.A.A. 2, 3,4; Homecoming Court 3,4; F.T.A. 3; Prom Committee 3; Office Helper 2,3,4; French Club 4; Student Council 4; Yearbook Staff 4; Stu- dent Director of Jr, Play 3. JUDY PADDOCK Music Listening 2; F.H.A. 2,3,4. BARB PARKER Prom Committee 3; Math Club 2,3, (Secre- tary 3); Debate Club 2,3; Forensics Club 4; G.A.A. 2,3,4, (Vice- president); Girls' Cho- rus 2, (Ensemble); Girls' Choir 3, (Ensem- ble) Student Council 3,4, (Secretary 4) Pep Club 3; A Cappella Choir. CAROL PAPE German Club 2,3,4; Bio- logy Club 2; F.H.A,. 3,4; Girls' Choir 4. LARRY PAUL DAVID PAUR PAT PARKER UR, Social Studies Club 2,3, F.N.A, 2,3,4, (Treasur- er 3) Biological Science 4; Latin Club 2; F.T.A. Club 4; French Club 3; 4; Jr. Class Play 3; Girls' Chorus 2,3; Prom Committee 3. G.A.A. 2,3,4; Prom Committee 3. DENNIS PAUL NANCY PENCE JAMES PECK Visual Aids 2,3,4 (Vice- President 2, President 3) Technicians 2; Arch- ery Club 3,4. Latin Club 2; Band 2,3, 4; Biology Club 3,4; So- cial Studies 3,4; Math Club 2; Girls' Choir 3, Technicians Club 2,3,4; Visual Aids 2,3,4. (Treasurer) Girls'Cho- rus 2; Prom Committee 3; Debate Club 2; Year- book 4, MONICA PELHANK F.H.A. 2,3,4; Office Helper. Physical Science Club 2,3,4; Technicians’ 2,3, 4, (Vice-President 4) Band 2,3,4; Math Team 2,3,4. SUE PETERSON Music Listening 3,4. LINDA REDFORD Debate Club 2,3; Ger- man Club 2,3,4; Chorus 2; Choir 3,4; Forensics Club 4; Junior Play 3; G.A.A, 2,3,4; Miss Sloan's Helper 4. LEE PICKLESIMER Audio Visual Aids Club 2,3,4; Archery Club 3,4. MARY ANN PITTMAN German Club 2,3,4; G.A.A. 2,3; FTA 2,3,4; Junior Play 3; Prom Committee 3; Miss Sloan's Helper 3,4. JAN PONETA Homecoming Court 2-4; French Club 2 (Vice- Pres. 2, Pres 3,4) Class President 3; Student Council 2,3 (Treas. 3) Football 2,3; Baseball 2, 3; Chess Club 4 (Treas. 4). Royal Escort 4, CINDY PETERSON SHARON REED Music Listening Club 4; Chorus 2; Choir 3,4; G.A.A. 3,4. JERRY PHILABAUM Archery Club 3; Chess Club 4. DONALD POOS Physical Science Club 2; Lettermen's Club 3,4, (Treas. 4) Homecoming Court 3,4; Social Studies Club 3; Football 2,3,4; Baseball 2,3,4; Basket- ball 2,3. BARBARA QUADE DAVID RATZLAFF Chorus 2; Physical Sci- ence Club 3; Biological Science Club 4; German Club 2; A Cappella Choir 3,4; Cross Coun- try 3; Operetta 3,4. ALLEN REITER German Club 2,3; Chess Club 4, TERRY REYNOLDS Football 2,3,4; French Club 4; Archery Club 3; Forensics Club 4, KATHY SABOFF Spanish Club 2,3,4; Photography Club 2,3; Business Education Club 4; Chorus 2, MICHAEL ROBERTS German Club 2,3; Pep Club 3; Student Council 3,4; Prom Committee 3; Chess Club 4; Yearbook Staff 4; Table Tennis Club 4, THOMAS ROBERTS Latin Club 3,4; Archery Club 3; Chess Club 4, GARY ROBINSON Cafeteria Helper 2,3,4; Chess Club 4. Z ROGER RICE Football 2,3,4, MAURICE SANDERSON Baseball 2,3,4; Basket- ball 2,3; A Cappella Choir 3,4; Chorus 2, Ensemble 2; Operetta 3, 4; Music Listening Club LARRY ROBINSON RONALD ROHRKASTE Chess Club 4. CATHY ROMBACH Business Education Club 4; Latin Club 2. . — BEVERLY RICHARDS Debate Club 2; Math Club 2,3; G.A.A, 2,3,4; Physical Science Club 3; French Club 4; All-Dis- trict Choir 4; A Cappella Choir 3,4; Operetta 3,4; Junior Girls' Ensemble; Madrigal Singers 4; Prom Committee 3; Chorus 2; Ensemble 2, All-State Choir, 4, PEGGY SARTORIS Latin Club 2; FTA 3; G.A.A. 3,4; Chorus 2; Junior Girls' Choir 3; (Ensemble); A Cappella Choir 4; Senior Girls’ Ensemble 4; Operetta 4; Band 2,3,4; Social Stud- ies Club 4; Literary Magazine 3. 105 = PAUL SCHERFF ’ RANDY SCHNACK Band 2,3,4; Cross Coun- fs German Club 2,3; Let- try 3,4; FFA 2,3,4, (Re- “ - : ; = termen's Club 4; FTA4; porter 4) Chess Club 4. : Basketball 2 (Manager3) Track 2. RONALD SCHRAGE RICHARD SCHMIDT Football 4; Chess Club FFA 2,3; Archery Club 4; Track 2,3. 4, SANDRA SCHWAB G.A.A. 3,4. VICKIE SCHRODT EDWARD SCHWAGER Chorus 2 (Ensemble); Technicians Club 2,3,4. Art Club 2; Spanish Club 2; A Cappella Choir 3,4, (Ensemble 4) Operetta 3,4; Prom Committee 3; G.A.A, 2,3,4; Dramatics Club 3,4 (Pres. 4); Jun- ior Play 3; Dramatics Club Plays 3; Social Studies Club 3,4; Pep Club 3; Varsity Cheer- leader 3,4; Junior Var- sity Cheerleader 2, MICHAEL SCHUETTE MICHAEL SIMMS DIANE SCHWUCHOW Band 2,3,4; Chorus 2; Wrestling 2,3,4; Foot- Physical Science Club2, A Cappella Choir 3,4; ball 2; Spanish Club 3; 3; German Club 2,3,4; Operetta 3,4; FTA 3. Table Tennis 4; Archery Forensics Club 4; Dra- 4, matics Club 4;G.A.A. 4. ELAINE SHELLEY . ' DIANE SINGLETON Memphis, Tenn. 2; . ; Chorus 2;G.A.A.2; FNA F.H.A. 4; G.A.A. 3,4. q ’ 6 2,3,4. LINDA SISSON FHA 2,3; German Club 2. KAREN SPILLER Business Education Club 3; Choir 4; Pep Club 3; Prom Committee 3. ian. | WILLIAM SLEMER DEBORAH SMITH Business Education Club 3; Prom Committee 3; Office Helper 4. MAUREEN SMITH Business Education Club 3; Prom Committee 3; Literary Magazine 4; G.A.A. 4; Senior Girls' Choir 4. a ' STEVE SKINNER German Club 2,3; Phys- ical Science Club 2,4; Math Club 4; Chorus 2; A Cappella Choir 3,4; Operetta 3,4; Track 2, 3,4; Cross Country 3,4. LINDA SPITZE Photography Club2; French Club 3; Jr. Sr. Music Listening 4; G.A.A. 2,3,4; Cafeteria Help 3; Chorus 2; Choir 3,4. KATHY SOLOMON Band 2,3,4; Latin Club 2, (Pres. 2); Social Stud- ies Club 2,3; Physical Science Club 2; Dramat- ics Club 3,4; Forensics Club 4 (Treas. 4); Op- eretta 3,4; Chorus 2; A Cappella 3,4; Mad- rigals 4; Jr. Girls’ En- semble 3; Junior Play 3; Tiger Times 4 (Ed- itor 4); Soph. Girls’ En- semble 2. RONALD SONES Photography Club 3,4; Archery Club 3,4. ARLAND SPARKS Archery Club 3,4; Chess Club 4, MARY ANN SLEMER G.A.A. 2,3,4; Table Tennis 4; Social Studies Club 4; Business Ed- ucation Club 3; Spanish Club 2; Office Helper 4. KATHALEEN SPURLIN Frankfort High School, West Frankfort, Il, 2,3; Yearbook Staff 4; FHA 4; National Honor Society 4. ADRIENNE STAFFORD Student Council 2,3,4; FNA 2,3, (Secy. 3 Pres. 4); Chorus 2; Choir 3; (Secy. 3); A Cappella 4; Pep Club 3; G.A.A. 2,3; Prom Committee 3; Yearbook 4. LINDA STONE FHA 2,3,4; Library Club 3. NANCY STEELE Hamburg High School 2, Hamburg, Iowa; Band 3, 4; Table Tennis 3,4; A Cappella Choir 4; Mu- sic Listening Club 4; Literary Magazine 4, DELORES STEWART Latin Club 2; FTA 3,4; G.A.A, 3,4; Social Stud- ies Club 4. DIANE STEWART FHA 2,3,4. LARRY STAHLHUT Archery Club 3; Chess Club 4; Table Tennis Club 4. MARY STRACKELJ AHN G.A.A, 2,3,4; Chorus 2; Ensemble; Library Club 3; A Cappella Choir 3,4; Junior Girls' Ensemble 3; Junior Senior Music Listening Club 4; Mad- rigals 4; All District Choir 4. ROBERT VINCENT STEWART TERRY STEWART Worden High School, 2, 3, Worden, Illinois. " VONNE STEWART FHA 2,3 (Sec. 4 Pres.) Prom Committee 3; So- cial Studies Club 4; Ti- ger Times 4; Table Ten- nis 3, RONALD STAHLHUT Spanish Club 3; Photo- graphy Club 3,4 (Treas, 4); Archery Club 4, SUSAN STUBBS Sophomore Girls' Cho- rus; Junior. Girls' Choir; A Cappella Choir 4; Spanish Club 2,3,4; Music Listening Club 2, 3,4; G.A.A. 2,3; Home- coming Court 3; Prom Committee Chairman 3, DE ARLE SUHRE DON SULLIVAN G.A.A, 2,3,4; (Historian Latin Club 2: Math Club 4); Biological Science 2,3; Basketball 2; Phys- Club 2; Spanish Club 2, ical Science Club 3,4; 3,4; Pep Club 3; Sopho- Ghees Club 4. more Girls' Chorus; , Junior Girls' Choir; Senior Girls' Choir, (President 4) M usic Listening Club 3,4. DENNIS SUHRE Math Team 3; Physical Science Club 4, (Treas- urer 4); Math Club 4, JOHN SVOBODA NYLA TAYLOR CLIFFORD SWIECIEKI ALBERT TENLLADO Math Club 4, — DONALD TAKACS KENT THOMAS RICHARD TERRY Baseball 2,4; Archery 3; Archery Club 2; Art Table Tennis 3,4 (Pres- Club 2; F.F.A, 2. ident 4); Lettermen's Club 4; Football 4; Prom Committee 3. J BRENDA TIMMONS Spanish Club 2,3,4 F.H.A, 2; Library Club (President 4); Soph- 2; F.N.A. 4; Photogra- ALAN THATCHER ° omore Boys' Choir 2; phy Club 2, A Cappella Choir 3,4 P : : (Vice President 4); Op- S| = eretta Cast 3; Junior . : Boys' Ensemble; Senior } ' : A ‘ Boys' Ensemble; All District Choir 3,4. SUSAN TREBING Art Club 2,3,4 (Treas- urer 3). JEFF WATSON Triad High School 2; Social Studies Club 4; Physical Science Club 4; Ping Pong Club 4. MARY VAN HOOSER Physical Science Club 2; Sophomore Girls' Chorus 2; German Club 2,3,4; Junior Play 3; Dramatics Club 3,4; J. V. Cheerleader Varsity Cheerleader 4; Pep Club 3; A Cappel- la Choir 3,4; Operetta Cast 3; Junior Girls' Ensemble 3; Sophomore Girls' Ensemble; Mad- rigals 4; Homecoming Court 3. 2; 3, RAE VAN HOOSER Student Council 2; French Club 2,3,4, (Sec- retary 3,4); Miss Slo- an's Helper 2,3,4; Pep Club 3; Social Studies Club 3,4; G.A.A. 3,4; Prom Committee 3. CAROL VIETH F.N.A, 2,3,4; Biological Science Club 2. GERRY TROJAHN Baseball 2; Table Ten- nis Club 3,4; Coin Stamp Club 4. DENNIS WEBER JOE URBAN Chess Club 4. ANTOINETTE VOGET Literary Magazine Ass't. Business Editor 4; Tiger Times Staff 4; German 4; Thespians 4; Dramatics Club 4; French Club 4; Transfer Student 4, JANE VOGET German Club 4; French Club 4; Senior Girls’ Choir 4; Transfer Stu- dent 4, CINDY WARREN German Club 2; FTA 2,3,4; G.A.A. 2,3,4; Sophomore Girls' Choir Junior Girls' Choir Senior Girls' Choir, WAYNE WEBER Baseball 2,3,4; Basket- ball 2,3,4. JEAN WEHREND G.A.A. 2,3,4, (Point Chairman 4); F.N.A. 2, 3,4; Latin Club 2; Jun- ior Girls' Choir, Junior Girls' Choir Ensemble; Girls'Chorus 2; Library Club 3,4, (Club Presi- dent 4); Prom Commit- tee 3. MARY WEILER Business Education Club 3. JUDITH WEISHAUPT Chorus 2; Junior Girls' Choir, Junior Girls' En- semble; Senior Girls’ Choir; F.H.A. 2,3,4, (Vice-President 4). WILLIAM WESTCOTT Band 2,3,4; A Cappella Choir 3,4; National Hon- or Society 3,4; Music Listening Club 3,4. GARRY WEHMEYER Art Club 2; Archery Club 3,4. SANDRA WHEELER Latin Club 2,3; F.T.A. 3,4; Pep Club 3; Math Club 3; Office Helper 4. a LARRY WEHMEYER Art Club 2; Archery " Club 3,4. y RALPH WELL German Club 2,4; Boys' Chorus 2; Junior-Senior Music Listening Club 3, 4; A Cappella Choir 3,4; Junior Boys' Ensemble 3; Madrigals 4; All Dis- trict Choir 3. JAMES WELLS Physical Science Club 2; Chess Club 3, GARY WERNER Basketball 2; German Club 2,3,4; Physical Science Club 3,4. MARY WHITE Future Teachers (F. T. A.) 3; Business Educa- tion Club 4. SANDRA WILDGRUBE Photography 2; Latin Club 2; Future Nurses 2,3,4; G.A.A. 2,3; Stu- dent Council 2,3; Prom Committee 3. MARVIN ZIEGLER NANCY WOLL Spanish Club 3; G.A.A. 4, JOHN YACK Physical Science Club 2,3,4; German Club 2,3, 4; Student Council 3,4. HAL YATES Boys' Choir 2; Track 2; Track Manager 3; Audio-Visual Aids Club 2; A Cappella Choir 3,4; Madrigals 4; Pep Club 3; Junior Play; Social Studies Club 3; Music Listening Club 3,4; Let- termen's Club 4; Year- book Staff 4. DENNIS WILKINS Football 2,3,4; Wrestl- ing 2,3,4; Track 2,4; Baseball 3; Archery Club 3,4. DALE ZIMMERMAN AUDREY WITSCHIE French Club 2,3; Senior Music Listening Club 4; G.A.A. 2,3,4; Chorus 2, Junior Girls' Chotr; Senior Girls' Choir, THOMAS YATES Basketball 2,3,4; Phys- ical Science Club 2,3; Biological Science Club 4, (Treasurer 4); Band 2,3,4. MARY ELLEN YORK German Club 2; Debate Club 3; National Honor Society 3,4; Forensics 4, RONALD YOUNG Band 2,3,4; Boys " Cho- rus 2; A Cappella 3,4; Photography Club 2; Forensics Club 4; Tiger Times 4; Archery 3. Music Listening Club 4, LINDEL ZIMMERMAN Technicians Club 2; Au- dio Visual Aids 3; Table Tennis Club 4. CARLTON YEAGER EDITH POUR Transfer Highland High : Chours 2; Choir 3,4; School 4; Football 4. " i Pep Club 3; G.A.A. 3,4. CARL PRATHER Archery Club 4; Audio Visual Aids Club 4. Not Pictured: Fred Crook Thomas Crook Deborah Crump Robert Deak Charles Felchin Jackie Franklin William Kovarik John Lane Jeff Lewis Charles Morris David Porter Claudette Regna Randal Rodgers Terry Ruppel PAGE SPONSOR LUAN MEREDITH RONALD PRELOGER Sophomore Music Lis- tening Club 2; Chorus 2; Band 2,3,4; A Cappella Choir 3,4; Junior-Sen- ior Music Listening Club 3,4, (Vice-pres. 4) Madrigals 3,4; Music Theory 4; Technicians’ Club 4, Mary Sampson William Smith William Stack Robert Szegedy Pam Taylor William Carpenter Ray Vandalia Robert White Ronald White James Wiese Cleo Williams Larry Wilsman Sheryl Tenick EDWARDSVILLE CREAMERY COMPANY ea! eh BO Front Row: Jackie Noll, Sandy Wheeler, Mary Ellen York, Ann Pittman. Top Row: Steve Jellen, John Mehl, Karlyn Adrienne Stafford, Gloria Grubaugh, Barb Parker. Middle Klopmeier, David Hug, Bill Fruit, Tom Yates, Dennis Row: Marla Ohm, Karla Meyer, Carol Helm, Antoinette Suhre, Larry Modene, Mike Roberts, George Peo. Voget, Martha Boyle, Nancy Pence, Jean Eberle, Mary ILLINOIS STATE SCHOLARSHIP SEMIFINALISTS Sram DISTRICT SPEECH a CONTEST WINNERS Antoinette Voget, Jackie Noll, Donna Nischwitz, Pam Picklesimer, Diane Schwuchow (not pictured), HONORS PAGE SPONSORS HAMEL READY-MIX COMPANY LEU'S MARKET om e, 5. A. Be AND ESSAY WINNERS Martha Boyle, Dennis Suhre, Janet Lambert, David Hug, Steve Askins. First Row: Bev Richards, Mary VanHooser, Carol Helm. Second Row: Mr. Kessinger, John Caban, Mr. Etzkorn. Third Row: Alan Thatcher, Top Row: Bill Westcott. ALL STATE BAND AND CHOIR MEMBERS STUDENTS OF THE MONTH Gloria Grubaugh, Barb Parker, Karla Meyer, Martha Boyle, Karlyn Klopmeier. PAGE SPONSORS HAMEL CO—OPERATIVE GRAIN COMPANY KLUETER BROTHERS CONCRETE PRODUCTS HENKHAUS GROCERY STORE AND LOCKER PLANT ILLINOIS LUMBER COMPANY G. A. A. OFFICERS Front Row: DeArle Suhre, Historian; Barb Parker, Vice President; Karma Becker, President. Second Row: Myra Highlander, Treasurer; Karla Meyer, Secretary; Jean Wehrend, Point Chairman; Mrs. Weidner, Sponsor. Front row: Sophomore Team: Kay Bishop, Diane Schumacher, Janie Becker, Lance Murray. Second Row: Junior Team: Vic Castagna, Toni Becker, Pat Gass, Allen Neese. Third Row: Senior Team: Bill Fruit, Mike Roberts, Karla Meyer, George Peo. Sarees (a Sous BRUCE O. FIEGENBAUM TACKLING TROPHY WINNERS Walter Ellis and Steve Deist First Row: Miss Carpenter, Mrs.Weidner, Mrs. Helm, Miss Cunningham, Mrs. George. Second Row: Mr. Draper (Chairman), Mr. Johnson, Mr. Reuscher, Mr. Elam, Mr. Etzkorn, Mr. Freeland. FACULTY HOMECOMING COMMITTEE mer) A Ee te beep SS 3 ‘i i i " a Wg : t i — { od Ze TOUR OF THE NEW ADDITION As we enter the new addition toE.H.S.... we walk through the empty corriders, leading past the seventh grade classrooms. .. . into the lobby of the new gymnasium. PAGE SPONSORS ROHRKASTE'S DAIRY MONTGOMERY WARDS We hear the echo of bouncing basketballs and enthusi- astic cheering Going on we inspect the new dressing room facilities for the P.E. classes We move on up the stairs PAGE SPONSORS RUSTY'S CAFE JIM JONES INCORPORATED The vacant shelves of the library await the transfer of the 6,000 books, which will soon occupy them. . . and stop to examine one of the new business educa- tion classrooms. . . IWAN ' | LEUCUTTE Sm | — Rot Fh Saas 1 — Smt = weas In the office we observe the controls for the new sound system which has been installed throughout the entire building. PAGE SPONSORS METCALF INSURANCE COMPANY MIDWEST LOAN COMPANY SHUPACK'S YONAKA JEWELRY STORE a ae Rast AEGEE . itt Start i ; ) Mae: ten? Haan tie : 3 ave eet e ; paseeers aaaeees eet ay Ueeeees se et Hittedeeeeeer wes rel, F CADTRCL ESA PRA PR EET ai {Stiteae gee ender e eee A ePhehegeeeadseeese o {hipeepes eteeette ; . etene aaa iigsetesssateceets: en Siiaueaeeeeees, , weg speyeecesnet Wiel it iet tt isaeert e : seeee rete ca Most Popular Most Peppy Diane Allaria - Jan Poneta Jack Hoover - Martha Burrus SENIOR PERSONALITIES Most Talented: Kathy Solomon - Rich Bridwell - Alan Thatcher PAGE SPONSOR = AA EICKMANN } f sie STUDIO Service Leadership Susie Paproth - Jon Luckett Anne Jenkins Karlyn Klopmeier SENIOR PERSONALITIES Scholarship; Martha Boyle - Bill Fruit Most Friendly Most Athletic Jane McIntyre - John Caban Vicky Schrodt - Don Poos SENIOR PERSONALITIES Citizenship: Jackie Noll - David Hug euley wAD5 JUNIORS IN ACTION Nelsor sere aoe a ree igay-eabs Vice President read Soeske - Tr a Wille ecretary - Greg Abert Winn Allison Mary Allen Karen Alberter George Abram Greg Anderson Mike Artrip Wayne Aregsburger Phil Alyward Michael Ayuso Francis Baker Nelson Balke Cynthia Balster Linda Barbieri Diane Barfield Janet Barker.. Cindy Barnes Linda Barnett Mike Bartels Lynn Barth Rich Beardon Toni Becker Jack Bench Connie Bensheimer Mary Jo Berger Judy Bernhardt Pam Black Ricky Blake Pat Bleikamp Roger Blind John Baumann Patricia Aleksiak Larry Beyer Deb Bode Sharon Borth Rachel Bowens Sarah Bradbury Susan Brower Barbara Ann Brown Leon Brown Margaret Brown Don Brunnworth James Brunnworth Greg Bullard Diana Bunt Charles Burges Linda Burk Marilyn Burnett Bonnie Burns Davey Busch Barbara Caban Carolyn Cartwright Ronnie Cartwright Vic Castagna Janice Cato Martha Chapman Raydine Chester Pam Cleveland Jill Cochran Paul Cochran Chuck Coffman Karen Combs Donna Cook Robert Cook Margie Cooper Mike Cooper Linda Cooperider Greg Cox Richard Crump Lynn Cunningham David Cunningham Steve Cunningham Larry Creek Darrell Dankenbring John Darnell Mike Dappert Dede Davis Shirley Davis Viola Davis William Davis Cathy Dawes John Dawson Tom Dickerson Bob Donner Cindy Duncan Scott Dutton Beverly Dycus Cynthia Eckert Keith Eden Arthur Edwards Dan Ellis Cathy Ellis Rich Engeleke Dennis Engleman Jo Ann Erlich Carolyn Fulkner Larry Fauver Pam Fischer Mike Fitch Mary Beth Fitzmaurice Vernon Fox Joyce Franklin Chris Fruth Norma Ganz Jean Garde Gary Garner Pat Gass Joyce Gau Sue Gengler Carol Gerdt Sandy Giardina Carol Giberson Jim Gibson David Gentemann Judy Gilmore Jerry Gordon Jean Graunke Sheila Grebel Linda Greco Linda Gregor Carolyn Gueldner Wayne Gusewelle Edgar Hall Diane Hamilos David Hans Bill Hargraves Enno Harms Pat Harrell Mary Sue Hartman Sandy Hartnagel Pam Hartung Don Hawk Paula Hayes Jim Hays Jim Heepke Roger Heflin Vince Jason Melvin Heien Arthur Helmkamp Deanna Hemann Martha Henderson Arnold Henke Gary Jellen Clifton Henke Robert Henke Gerry Henry Regina Johnston Maurice Henry Jean Ann Jones Karen Hess John Hoenig Mark Hofeditz Nola Jones Rick Holshouser Gloria Jumper Norma Holtman Helen Hopkins Bob Jurgena Robert Horning Brenda Justice James Horstman Jeff Kendall Linda Houba Mary Jane Kernahan Mark Hutcherson Carol Ketcham Paulette Hydron Doug Kiefer Kenny Klette Valeria Irvin David Klostermeir Jim Jackson Bob Knecht Sue Knoche John Koen Ramona Jackson Phyllis Koenig Steve Jason Louie Kotva . Barbara Kovarik Gail Kovarik Lonnie Kovarik Mark Krejci Sherry Lamper Bob Lautner Linda Leopold Bill Levora Charles Lienemann Joann Lienemann Robert Lienemann Jeanne Lovell Lucille Luber Bob Lynch Gene Magruder Dave Margherio Jim Marti Kenny Martintoni David Massa Debby Mateyka Carolyn Matthews Carol McClara Dave McDonough David McGhee Mary McKee Gerald McPherson Anne Meador Lafry Meier Margie Mellinthin Linda Menoni Patty Metzger Bob Meunier Carol Meyer Linda Meyer Susan Meyer Lynn Meyers Karen Michaels Rick Michel Leisa Mihalic Barb Miller Jerry Miller Joan Miller Sandy Miller Fred Mitchell Paul Mitchell Jim Moliter Mike Monroe Caren Moore Kathie Moore Linda Moore Patty Moore Renee Moore Rhonda Moore Steve Moore Bill Morris Pat Morrison Greg Mudge Janis Mullane Kirk Myers Kenny Nekola Tina Neubauer Verla Newman Mike Lash Nancy Nicol Richard Noud John O'Donnell Reed Overbeck Bill Owens Marilyn Owens Jani Pass Bob Pendergrass Mary Jane Peradotti Kay Peterson Roger Pfeiffer Barbara Phelps Pam Picklesimer Bill Poneta Jerry Poole Pat Potter Tom Pulliam Jim Quade Anne Marie Raab Kathy Rains Mike Rallo Eric Randall Steve Reinhardt Gary Reiter Nancy Reiter Helen Reynolds Debbie Richards Marilyn Richardson Benny Ricker Judy Rinkel Harry Robinson LaVerne Robinson Angela Roepke Charles Rogers Marsha Rombach Jo Ann Rothe Jim Ruehrup Anne Ruffner Bill Ryan Dennis Scarborough Ronnie Shipkowski Tom Shipkowski Randy Schimdt Patty Schneider Curtis Schrage Marty Schultz Bonita Schwengel Dean Seals Robin Seal Mary Sedlacek Pat Sietz Kathy Senn John Shilt Diane Shimunek Ted Sidener Sue Sievers Kathy Skaggs Sandy Slemer Janet Small Dale Smith Dave Smith Eva Smith Sharon Smith Mary Solter Mark Speciale Gary Stamm Jeanne Stevens Diane Stewart Nina Storm PAGE SPONSORS ANN'S BEAUTY SHOP EDWARDSVILLE IMPLEMENT Larry Strader Steve Stroud John Stubblefield Bill Stullken Danny Sutherland Dave Svoboda David Stunkel Pat Taber Marla Tenick Butch Boda Jim Kaufmann Marilyn Thomason Bill Garrison PAGE SPONSORS — E VELYN'S BEAUTY SALON FREDMAN BROS, FURNITURE Cindi Towell Jack Townsend Betty Halbe Allan Harris Donna Treat Duane Tudor Sara Tudor Cynthia Kayser Phyllis McGhee Judy Turner Michelle Turner Pamela Utechtt Barbara Vaughn Debbie Veith Diane Ruppel Marcia Veith Don Wagner Monica Wallace Don Ward Mark Warhol Bob Watson Diane Waugh Alan Weber Chris Wells Kathy Werner Camilla Whipple Debbie White Gail Whitehead Marilyn Whitlock Sue Wilcox Alan Neese Roger Wilkening Frank Wilkinson Teresa Wille Carol Williams Darlene Williams Bill Wilson Dennis Winkle Bill Winn Mike Wisnasky Robert Witschie Patti Wood Steve Wopat Pat Yates Catherine Zeisset Steve Zika Joan Zwick Pat Gibson Carol Green Sherry Wiegand Steve Van Petten Not Pictured: Rebecca Greer Carolyn Sampson James Harris Ivan Garretson Ed Harvey Dorothy Caper Philip Mathews Steve Bast Bob Rigler rp fechen) vespiey ™ AM Jos Cy mene 4 A BC — ei OFFICERS OF THE CLASS OF '68: President, Jim Clemons; Treasurer, Kathy Taber; Secretary, Faye Highlander; Vice-president, Jack Hamlin. ? David Abren Dennis Agles Mike Aljets Mike Allaria Gary Arth Steve Askins Peggy Asselmeier Donna Atkinson Danny Ax Wendy Baldridge George Baldwin Denise Banjavic Chris Barker Dave Barks Kathy Barnhardt Tom Barr Bev Bartels Steve Bartlett Bev Bazaillion Janie Becker Debbie Bell Sharon Bensa Tony Berends Paula Bertels Chris Billings Kay Bishop Betty Boccaleoni Mike Bollman Bob Bollman Albert Bothman John Bottoms Peter Bradbury David Brandt Bonnie Brave Ava Brayman Bill Breihan Brad Bridwell Allan Brooks Joe Brown Lynda Brown Madonne Buckingham Lorraine Buesser Dennis Bullard Bob Burian Dick Burroughs Julia Burrus David Carpenter John Carpenter Pam Carter Kathy Cerny Dennis Chesnutt Chris Clarkin Jim Clemons Kenny Cline Tanya Collins Mike Combs Nancy Cooper Phil Cooper Ken Cottrell Bill Cover Greg Cox Mary Ruth Cox Darlene Crabtree Donna Crismon Harvey Crowe Roland Cruse Gail Cunningham Rosemary Curtner Susie Davis Bill Dean Margo Dean Sandy DeConcini Jerry Deen Andrea Deist Larry Determan Charlene DeWerff Tom Dezort Mary Dickerson Janet Dickess Bonnie Dickmann Curtis Dickshot Gary Dobrimich Leon Dorsey Marcella Dorsey Lorna Dotray Richard Douglas Greg Drexelius Rolla Durham Tom Dustman Cathy Eaker Michaeline Eck Craig Eden Larry Ellison Linda Emmons Kathy Engelmann Dennis Ernst Glen Eyman Terry Fauver Richard Eyman John Fensterman John Fifer Jackie Finke Patricia Fornoff Larry Freitag Nancy Friedline Cindy Fultz Mark Funston John Gagliardo Dan Gallagner Dotty Garde Denny Gardner Doris Graunke Joyce Gatton Cindy Gengler Nancy Gerdt Susan Geschwend Rodney Gilbert Dennis Goebel Mary Ann Gogloza Bonnie Gartshore Peggy Gray Violet Green Dennis Greenwood Kenny Grotefendt Theo Hairston Jack Hamlin Dennis Hammer Bruce Hampton Pat Hamilton Melvin Hanks Virginia Hans Willard Hansel Clark Hanson Terry Harbers Sue Hargrave Joan Harris Michele Harris Richard Harrison Robert Harrison Diane Harvell Nancy Hawley Belinda Harvey Nancy Heberer Jo Anne Heien Sue Heidinger Tom Heldenbrand Jim Hellrung Jean Hemann Cathy Hendricks Dennis Henry Mike Henderson Rich Henry Paula Hessel Janell Heuer Faye Highlander Dane Hileman David Hiles Beverly Hock Mike Hodge Carol Hodson Coleen Holliday Donald Hooks Rosie Homann Dan Horstman Joe Hotz Chris Houba Sue House Barry Howard Carol Hunt Jill Hyten Glenn Isaacs Lennis Isenberg Dale Jellen Bob Jennings Louis Johnson Roger Johnson Renee Johnson Theresa Jones Debbie Kahli Beverly Kaiser Jerry Kappler Wayne Kassa Charles Kassing Vivian Keele Ricky Keeton Jim Keitner Brenda Kessinger Jim Klaustermeier Caryl Knecht Judy Knowles Jill Kohli Vicki Kovarik Ronnie Kramer Vic Kreuiter Carol Kruschik John Kruschik Ken Kubicek Bruce Kuethe Dana Kulp Walter Kyro Mark Laaser Gail Ladwig Diane Laird Linda Laird Kathy Lambert Lucia Lamkin Rosemary Landers Dan Lando Jim Le Blanc Greg Lewis Tom Liebler Shirley Lienemann Joe Leitner Denny Liliensiek Dennis Linkeman Hazel Logsdon Chris Long Debbie Luckett Vickie Lupordus Gary Madison Sandra Madison Diana Marcus Lloyd Marcus Page Ann Marti Linda Mc Clara David Mc Ewen Theresa Meek Christine Mehl Ellen Messerly John Meyer Bob Michael Mike Miller David Mindrup Brad Mitchell Valerie Mitchell Kathy Modene Dan Moody Cathy Moore Gene Moore Larry Moore ‘ Steve Moore Sandy Morgan Don Morrison Martha Morrow Russell Mosely Susie Mudge Russell Mulligan Sally Munzert Lance Murray Paula Nagel Janice Neese Tom Newton Betty Nichols Bob Niebling Jeanne Nuernberger Cathy O'Dell Pauline O'Dell Wanda Oglesby Karen Ontko Mark Ostendorf Donna Owens John Padgett Sue Palmer John Paoni Ken Pape Nancy Pape Debbie Paur David Peek Kelvin Pelhank Carla Pence Gary Pendleton Jerry Pilger Henry Pillow Ed Piper Margaret Pomeroy Carol Pontius Suzanne Porter Susan Potter Arthur Presley Donnie Price Myron Provence Mary Quade Alice Raab Bill Ranek Marilyn Ratzlaff Carol Reid Roy Reiter Cheri Revell Billy Joe Richardson Joe Rieger Jane Rinkel Janice Rizzoli Linda Robertson Danny Robien Linda Robinson Glenn Rogers Randy Rohrkaste Rita Rohrkaste Pete Rombach Denny Scheibe Danny Schipkowski Carla Schmidt Lenny Schmidt Rodger Schmidt Suzanne Schmidt Terry Schmidt Karen Schneider Debbie Schulte Diane Schumacher Paul Schutz Lee Schweiger Joe Shaw John Shelby Cheryl Shilt Rick Shimunek George Shindel Tom Sido Diana Sievers Judy Sievers Jim Simms Pat Simpson Ruth Simpson Janice Singleton Gloria Smith Sharon Smith Pat Snajdr pe , Bonnie Somraty Sarah South Bev Sparks Gary Spiller Sherida Spurlin Nancy Starnes Connie Starr Marie Steelman Vickie Stewart Alan Stimac Allen Stoltze John Stroh Susie Sulc Kathy Taber Charles Tedrick Bev Tenick Ken Terry Irene Thatcher Jerry Thirion Marshia Tiek Patricia Todd Pam Tolliver Marilyn Tretter Larry Truett Janet Turnbeaugh Ruth Unterbrink David Van Vertloo Leona Varble Judy Varner Jim Vest Judy Vieth David Votrain Kay Wahl Garland Wallace James Johnson Jim Wallace Linda Walls Byron Walter Cindy Warhol Nancy Warren Allen Washington Jayne Watson Chris Weber Ray Weber Roger Weise Leo Welch Tom Werner Jackie White Kenny White Louis White Ray Whitlock Dale Whittaker Lynn Whyers Terry Wiegand Jim Wiemers Cheryl Wildgrube David Williams Kay Williams Randy Williams Walter Williams William Williams Eric Wilson Tom Wilson Carol Winn Chris Winter Brent Wolford Bruce Wooldridge Margie Yack Kurt Yeager Wanda York Paul Bosch Student Index A Abert, Gregg 3 40, 128 Abram, David 2 136 Abram, George 3 128 Agles, Dennis 2 62, 136 Ahrens, Robert 4 27, 86 Alberter, Karen 3 43, 128 Albl, Richard 4 86 Aleksiak, Pat 3 128 Alexander, Curd 4 35, 86 Aljets, Michael 2 29, 58 Allaria, Diana 4 36, 41, 73, 86 Allaria, Mike 2 29, 35, 40, 79, 136 Allen, Gloria 4 86 Allen, Mary 3 25, 47, 69, 70, 128 Allison, Winn 3 37, 69, 128 Anderson, Greg 3 28, 37, 56, 128 Armes, Evelyn 3 Arth, Allen 4 35, 86 Arth, Gary 2. 18, 29, 33, 136 Artrip, Mike 3 34, 69, 128 Ashauer, Mary 4 86 Askins, Steve 2 47, 115, 136 Asselmeier, Peggy 2, 34, 36 Atkinson, Donna 2 30, 136 Augsburger, Wayne 3 28, 61, 128 Ax, Danny 2 27, 56, 136 Ax, Robert 4 45, 61, 86 Aylward, Phil 3 128 Aylward, Sharon 4 20, 25, 27, 34, 86 Ayuso, Mike 3. 128 Bailey, Dan 3 Baker, Frances 3 128 Baldridge, Wendy 2 136 Baldwin, George 2 136 Balke, Nelson 3 18, 28, 33, 34, 127, 128 Balster, Cynthia 3. 25, 43, 128 Balster, Jessica 4 41, 86 Bangert, Carol 4 36, 86 Banjavec, Denise 2 28, 136 Barberi, Linda 3 43, 128 Barfield, Diana 3 128 Barker, Chris 2 136 Barker, Janet 3 45, 128 Barks, David 2 136 Barnes, Cindy 3 28, 43, 128 Barnett, Leonard 4 86 Barnett, Lynda 3 43, 128 Barnhart, Kathy 2 41, 29, 136 Barr, David 4 35, 56, 87 Barr, Tom 2 29, 37, 58, 136 Bartels, Beverly 2 136 Bartels, Michael 3 128 Barth, Lynn 3 25, 128 Bartlett, Steve 2 25, 136 Bast, Bill 4 87 Bast, Stephen 3 Baumann, John 3 128 Bazaillion, Beverly 2 32, 136 Bazaillion, Josephine 4 87 Bearden, Richard 3 70, 128 Becker, Janie 2 29, 41, 116, 136 Becker, Karma 4 34, 87, 116 Becker, Toni 3 27, 43, 50, 116, 127, 128 Bell, Debbie 2 30, 136 Bench, Jack 3 128 Bensa, Sharon 2 136 Bensheimer, Connie 3 30, 128 Berdick, Wilbur 4 87 Berends, Tony 2. 136 Berger, Mary Jo3 20, 30, 39, 45, 86, 128 Berner, Mike 4 28, 41, 87 Bernhardt, Judy 3 38, 43, 128 Bernhardt, Mary Ann 4 25, 87 Bertels, Paula 2 136 Beyer, Larry 3 128 Biarkis, Bonnie 4 32, 44, 87 Bishop, Kay 2 29, 41, 116, 136 Bivens, Tom 4 87 Black, Pam 3 27, 128 Blackburn, Candy 4 18, 29, 73, 87 Blake, Richard 3 27, 128 Bleikemp, Pat 3 128 Blind, Roger 3 35, 45, 56, 70, 128 Blumberg, Charles 4 35, 87 Boccaleoni, Alberta 30, 38, 47, 70, 87 Boccaleoni, Betty 2 136 Boda, Melvin 3 39, 133 Bode, David 4 Bode, Debbie 3. 29, 44, 62, 70, 85, 88, 128 Bode, Kathryn 4 88 Bode, Rana 4 25, 36, 38, 43, 88, 133 Bohnenstiehl, Danny 4 27, 88 Bollman, Bob 2 21 Bollman, Mike 2 136 Borgstede, Jim 4 28, 70, 88 Borth, Sharon 3 27, 128 Bosch, Paul2 142 Bothman, Albert 2 29, 37, 136 Bottoms, John 2 136 Bowens, Rachel 3. 128 Boyle, Karen4 44, 46, 88 Boyle, Martha 4 18, 20, 24, 25, 30, 33, 34, 45, 46, 47, 88, 115, 136 Bradbury, Peter 2 33, 136 Bradbury, Sarah 3 Bradford, Lester 4 35, 36, 88 Brandt, Dave 2. 136 Bratten, Linda 4 40 Brave, Bonnie 2 136 Brayman, Ava 2 136 Breihan, Bill 2 136 Bridwell, Brad 2 37, 38, 136 Bridwell, Gina 4 29, 41, 88 Bridwell, Rich 4 38, 44, 46, 70, 88, 121 Brockmeier, Ronna 4 28, 41, 88 Brooks, Allan 2 61, 136 Brower, Susan 3 29, 128 Brown, Barbara Ann 3 128 Brown, Joe 2 136 Brown, Leon3 136 Brown, Lynda 2 136 Brown, Margaret 3 126 Brubaker, Linda 4 34, 46, 89 Brunworth, Don 3 59, 60, 128 Brunworth, Jim 3 44, 62, 64, 128 Buckingham, Madonna 2 136 Buesser, Lorraine 2 136 Buesser, Nadene 4 25, 88 Buhrmester, Sherry 4 34, 41, 89 Bullard, Dennis 2 136 Bullard, Gary 3 44, 128 Bulmer, Christine 3 29 Bunt, Diane 3 128 Burgess. Randy 4 89 Burgett, Loretta 4 29, 36, 89 Burian, Bob 2. 29, 37, 136 Burian, Steve 4 29, 37, 87 Burjes, Charles 3 30, 128 Burk, Linda 3 36, 40, 44, 45, 128 Burnett, Marilyn 3 128 Burns, Bonnie 3. 128 Burroughs, Rich 2 33, 60, 64, 136 Burrus, Julia 2 30, 41, 136 Burrus, Martha 4 29, 40, 45, 46, 89, 121 Burton, Roy 2. 128 Busch, Davey 3 35, 36, 128 Bussman, Linda 4 20, 21, 25, 41, 89 Cc Caban, Barbara 3 44, 45, 128 Caban, John 418, 45, 46, 78, 89, 122 Carpenter, David 2 136 Carpenter, John 2 13, 56, 64 Carpenter, Willie 4 88 Carter, Alice 4 89 Carter, Pam 2 28, 136 Carter, Ron 4 37, 89 Cartwright, Carolyn 3 128 Cartwright, Ronnie 3 32, 128 Castagna, Vic 3 28, 116, 128 Catalano, Frank 4 29, 89 Cato, Gerald Avon4 90 Cato, Janie 3 43, 128 Cerny, Kathleen 2 28, 41, 128 Cerny, Mike 4 90 Chapman, Martha 3 30, 128 Chapman, Morris 4 37 Chestnutt, Dennis 2. 136 Chester, Raydine 3 18, 30, 128 Christofferson, Dave 4 20, 70, 90 Clarkin, Chris 2 30, 37, 136 Clemons, Jim 2 18, 25, 35, 65, 79, 135, 136 Cleveland, Pam 3 128 Cline, Kenny 2 90, 136 Cochran, Debbie 4 90 Cochran, Jill 3 128 Cochran, Kenny 4 20, 29, 30, 90 Cochran, Paul 3 27, 37, 128 Coffman, Charles 3 69, 129 Colbert, Karen 4 27, 90 Collins, Tanya 2 28, 136 Combs, Karen 3 38, 40, 45, 129 Combs, Mike 2 35, 37, 59, 65, 136 Cook, Donna 3 48, 129 Cook, Robert 3 34, 129 Cooper, Bev 4 25, 41, 90 Cooper, Margie 3 18, 25, 33, 45, 68, 129 Cooper, Mike 3 48, 129 Cooper, Nancy 2 135 Cooper, Phil 2 34, 48, 136 Cooperider, Linda 3 28, 129 Corl, Kristin 4 25, 28, 90 Cottrell, Kenny 2 136 Cover, William 2 136 Cox, Greg 3 35, 65, 137 Cox, Greg 2 37, 65, 137 Cox, Linda 4 38, 45, 71, 90 Cox, Mary Ruth 2 30, 137 Crabtree, Darlene 2 32, 137 Creek, Jerry 4 35, 61, 90 Creek, Larry 3 129 Crismon, Donna 2 61, 136 Crook, Freddie 4 62 Cross, Gary 2 Not Pictured Crowe, Harry 2. 137 Crump, Debbie 4 Crump, Richard 3. 61, 129 Cruse, Roland 2. 137 Cullipher, Robert 4 90 Cunningham, David 3 37, 129 Cunningham, Gail 2 30, 37, 137 Cunningham, Lynn 3 129 Cunningham, Steve 3 37, 38, 129 Curtner, Rosemary 2. 137 Dain, Mary 4 41, 90 Dale, Glen 4 27, 91 Dankenbring, Darrell 3 129 Dappert, Mike 3 29, 37 Darnell, John 3 29, 129 Davidson, Robert 4 91 Davis, Dede 3 30, 129 Davis, Paul 4 91 Davis, Shirley 3. 129 Davis, Susan 2 13 Davis, Viola 3 129 Davis, William 3 129 Dawes, Cathy 3 28, 48, 129 Dawson, John 3 29 Deak, Alfred 4 Deak, Robert 4 Dean, Margo 2 25, 41, 48, 137 Dean, William 2 35, 56, 64, 137 De Concin', Sandy 2. 137 Deen, Jerry 2. 137 Deist, Andrea 2 37, 137 Deist, David 4 35, 37, 56, 99 Deist, Steve 4 35, 37, 56, 91, 117 Determan, Larry 2 137 De Werff, Charlene 2. 137 Dezort, Tom 2 62, 64, 137 Dickerson, Thomas 3 64, 129 Dickess, Janet 2 137 Dickmann, Bonnie 2 29, 36, 137 Dickshot, Curtis 2. 137 Dippold, Jack 4 37,91 Dobrinich, Gary 2. 137 Donner, Robert 3 35, 129 Dorsey, Jean 4 18, 24, 91 Dorsey, Leon 2. 137 Dorsey, Marcella 2 18, 137 Dotray, Lorna 2, 137 Douglas, Richard 2 137 Drake, Mike 4 44, 46, 48, 91 Drexelius, Gregory 2 30, 137 Duncan, Cindy 3 27, 29, 129 Durham, Donna 4 25, 91 Durham, Rolla 2 25, 41, 48, 137 Dustman, Robert 4 25, 35, 56, 91 Dustman, Tom 2. 137 Dutton, Donald 4 26, 91 Dutton, Scott 3 129 Dycus, Beverly 3 36, 129 Eaker, Cathy 2 137 Eaker, Dorothy 3 Eberle, Jean 4 38, 47, 48, 91, 114 Eck, Michaeline 2 . 30, 137 Eckert, Cynthia 3 30, 48, 129 Eden, Craig 2 48 Eden, Keith 3 35, 48, 129 Edwards, Arthur 3 129 Edwards, Gloria 4 32, 92 Eidsmore, Valdon 3 Ellis, Daniel 3 129 Ellis, James 4 35, 38, 39, 45, 56, 70, 92 Ellis, Sylvester 3 Ellis, Walter 4 35, 56, 92, 117 Ellison, Kathryn 3 Ellison, Larry 2 61 , 137 Emmons, Linda 2. 137 Engelke, Richard 3 129 Engelmann, Dennis 3 18, 28, 33, 127, 129 Engelmann, Kathy 2. 137 Erb, Ronald 4 92 Erlich, Jo Anne 3 43, 129 Ernst, Dennis 2. 137 Eyman, Glen 2. 137 Eyman, Richard 2. 65, 137 F Farrell, James 4 92 Faulkner, Carolyn 3 129 Faulkner, Thomas 4 92 Fauver, Larry 3 129, 137 Felchlin, Charles 4 92 Fensterman, John 2 137 Ferguson, Kathleen 4 25, 33, 92 Fifer, John 2 137 File, Julia 4 25,35, 92 Finke, Jacki 2 18, 25, 30, 137 Fischer, Allen 4 92 Fischer, Pam 3 129 Fitch, Dennis 3 28, 33, 129 Fitzmaurice, Mary Elizabeth 3 25, 30 129 Fleming, Gary 3 Fleming, Jeanne 2 Fornoff, Harold 4 Fornoff, Patricia 2 137 Fox, Vernon 3 28, 33, 129 France, Gary 4 92 Franklin, Jackie 4 Franklin, Joyce 3 129 Freitag, Larry 2 29, 58, 61, 137 French, David 4 French, Larry 4 93 Friedline, Nancy 2 29, 137 Frueh, Gary 4 93 Fruit, William 4 33, 85, 93, 114, 116, 122 Fruth, Chris 3 22, 45, 69, 70, 129 Fultz, Cynthia 2 28, 137 Funston, Mark 2 37 G Gagliardo, John 2 33, 137 Gallagher, Dan 2 33, 137 Gallagher, Randy 4 Gamble, Ray 4 39, 93 Ganz, Norma 3 129 Garde, Catherine 4 29, 44, 93 Garde, Dottie 2 41, 137 Garde, Jean3 27, 129 Gardner, Denny 2. 137 Garner, Gary 3 35, 129 Garner, Patsy 4 41, 93 Garrison, Bill 3. 133 Gartshore, Bonnie 2. 28, 137 Gass, Pat3 28, 129 Gatton, Joyce 2 30, 41, 137 Gau, Joyce 3 33, 48, 129 Gengler, Cindy 2 33, 36, 137 Gengler, Sue 3 33, 43, 129 Gent, Mike 4 70 Genteman, David 3 129 Gentry, Janice 4 22, 41, 93 Gerdt, Carol3 29, 34, 38 Gerdt, David 4 34, 45, 46, 93 Gerdt, Nancy 2. 41, 48, 137 Geschwend, Susan 2. 137 Giardina, Sandra 3. 129 Gibeau, Daniel 4 35, 60, 95 Gibeau, Vicki 4 93 Giberson, Carol 3 43, 129 Gibson, Jim 2 25, 27, 129 Gibson, Pat 3 134 Gilbert, Rodney 2. 137 Gildersleeve, Linda 3 133 Gilmore, Judy 3 36, 129 Goebel, Dennis 2. 137 Gogloza, Marianne 2 29, 137 Gordon, Jerry 3 65, 129 Graunke, Doris 2. 41, 137 Graunke, Jean3 30, 129 Gray, Peggy 2 137 Grebel, Sheila 3 25, 39, 129 Greco, Linda 3 39, 70, 129 Green, Carol3 40, 41, 43, 134 Green, Violet 2 41 Greenwood, Dennis 2. 27, 32 Gregor, Linda3 30, 129 Grotefendt, Kenny 2. 137 Grubaugh, Gloria 4 18, 22, 24, 34, 38, 93, 114, 115 Gueldner, Carolyn 3 39, 69, 76, 130 Gueldner, Elmer 4 94 Gusewelle, Mary Jane 4 94 Gusewelle, Sue 4 40, 41, 94 Gusewelle, Thomas 4 94 Gusewelle, Wayne 3 32, 44, 130 Guthrie, Jim 4 2 Guthrie, John 4 29, 94 Hairston, Lionel 4 34, 94 Hairston, Theo 2 59 Halbe, Betty 3. 18, 27, 69, 133 Hale, Betty 4 40, 9 4 Hall, Edgar 3 134 Hamilos, Diane 3 40, 43 Hamilton, Pat 2 135 Hamlin, Jack 2 18, 25, 26, 135 Hammer, Dennis 2. 135 Hampton, Alan4 94 Hampton, Bruce 2. 135 Handlon, Claire 4 94 Hanks, Melvin 2 135 Hanna, Diane 4 94 Hans, David 3 28, 34, 44, 45, 60 Hans, Virginia 2 18, 138 Hansel, Willard 2 138 Hanson, Clark 2 26, 48, 138 Harbers, Terry 2 138 Harbison, Jessy 4 94 Harbry, Michael 4 18, 94 Hargrave, Bill 3 37, 130 Hargrave, Sue 2 138 Harms, Enno 3 37, 130 Harrell, Patricia 3 33, 43, 130 Harris, Allen 3 133 Harris, Dorothy Jean 4 Harris, James 3 29 Harris, Joan 2 138 Harris, Michele 2 27, 138 Harris, William 4 62, 95 Harrison, Carol 4 95 Harrison, Richard 2 138 Harrison, Robert 2. 138 Harrvell, Diane 2 Hartley, Kathy 4 33,95 Hartley, Lynita 4 95 Hartmann, Louis 4 28, 35, 61, 95 Hartmann, Mari Sue 3 28, 130 Hartnagel, Sandy 3 28, 130 Hartung, Pam 3 27, 44, 45, 70, 130 Hartzel, Tom 4 95 Harvey, Belinda 2 138 Hawk, Donald 3 130 Hawk, William 4 95 Hawley, Nancy 2 29, 138 Hayes, Paula 3 130 Hays, Jim 3 27, 130 Heberer, Nancy 2 29, 138 Heepke, Jim 3 32, 130 Heflin, Roger 3 130 Heidinger, Sue Ann 2 20, 138 Heien, Jo Ann 2 37, 138 Heien, Melven 3 29, 130 Heldenbrand, Diane 4 95 Heldenbrand, James 4 95 Heldenbrand, Tom 2. 138 Hellrung, Jim 2 28, 138 Helm, Carol 4 20, 24, 34, 47, 48, 95, 114, 115 Helmkamp, Arthur 3 32, 130 Hemann, Deannea 3 130 Hemann, Dennis 4 95 Hemann, Jean 2 29, 138 Henderson, Martha3 38, 45, 69, 130 Henderson, Mike 2 58, 138 Hendricks, Catherine 2 32, 138 Hendricks, Tommy 4 32, 96 Henke, Arnold 3 32 130 Henke, Clifton 3 130 Henke, Robert 3 130 Henry, Dennis 2 58, 138 Henry, Gerry 3 35, 59, 130 Henry, Maurice 3 130 Henry, Michael 4 28, 37, 96 Henry, Richard 2. 138 Hermann, Janice 4 96 Hertel, Gary 4 26, 35, 69, 96 Hess, Karen 3 130 Hessel, Paula 2 138 Heuer, Janette 2 138 Highlander, David 4 96 Highlander, Faye 2 25, 37, 50, 116, 135, 138 Highlander, Myra 4 96 Hileman, Dave 2 37, 138 Hiles, David 2. 138 Hobbs, Janis 4 96 Hock, Beverly 2. 41, 138 Hodge, Jerry 2. 138 Hodson, Carol 2 37, 138 Hoenig, John 3 29, 35, 130 Hofeditz, Mark 3 30, 44, 45, 57, 130 Holliday, Coleen 2. 138 Holliday, Gary 4 96 Holshouser, Rick 3 29, 37, 130 Holtmann, Beverly 4 96 Holtmann, Norma 3 130 Hooks, Donald 2. 138 Hoover, Jack 4 35, 40, 45, 78, 96, 121 Hopkins, Helen 3 130 Hopkins, Wallace 4 96 Hopkins, William 4 96 Hormann, Rosie 2. 138 Horning, Robert 3 130 Horstman, Daniel 2 29, 34, 44, 60, 79, 138 18, 28, 29, 34, 59, 130 Hoskins, Paul 4 35, 97 Hotz, Joe 2 56 Houba, Chris 2 138 Houba, Linda 3 130 House, Sue 2. 27, 56, 138 Howard, Barry 2. 28, 138 Howells, Barbara 4 25, 97 Howells, Noreen 4 97 Hug, David 4 33, 34, 78, 85, 97, 114, 115, 123 Hughes, Kenneth 4 56, 97 Hunt, Carol 2. 138 Hutcherson, Mark 3 38, 44, 130 Hydron, Paulette 3 56, 138 Hyten, Jill 2 79, 138 Horstman, James 3 Ingram, Mickey 4 33, 35, 97 Irvin, Valeria 3 130 Isaacs, Glen 2 26, 27, 48, 138 Isenberg, Lennis 2. 138 J Jackson, James 3 35, 62, 130 Jackson, Ramona 3 130 Jason, Steve 3 130 Jason, Vince 3 39, 64, 130 Jellen, Cheryl 4 29, 97 Jellen, Dale 2 26, 138 Jellen, Gary 3 26, 114, 130 Jellen, Steve 4 26, 97, 114 Jenkins, Anne 4 18, 34, 38, 46, 97, 122 Jennings, Robert 2. 138 Johnson, James 2 138, 142 Johnson, Louis 2 138 Johnson, Regina 3 130 Johnson, Roger 2 33, 58, 138 Johnson, Wayne 4 39, 97 Johnston, Renee 2. 138 Jones, Jeane 3 27, 130 Jones, Nola 3 18, 20, 21, 33, 47, 48, 53, 130 Jones, Theresa 2 138 Juenger, Jerry 4 Jumper, Gloria 3 130 Jurgena, Robert 3 35, 59, 130 Justice, Brenda 3 36, 130 Kahle, Debbie 2 138 Kaiser, Beverly 2 29, 41, 138 Kappler, Jerry 2 139 Kappler, Lucille 4 41, 97 Kassa, Wayne 2 58, 139 Kassing, Charles 2 139 Kaufman, James 3 26, 133 Kayser, Cynthia 3 28, 36, 133 Keele, Vivian 2 139 Keeton, Ricky 2 139 Keller, James 4 29, 65, 97 Keltner, Jim 2 139 Kendal, Christopher (Jeff) 3 39, 40, 44, 45, 130 Kerckhoff, Warren 4 65, 98 i Kernahan, Mary Jane 3 29, 33, 130 Kessel, Theresa 2 44, 98 Kessinger, Brenda 2 29, 37, 139 Ketcham, Carol 3 18, 27, 69, 130 Kiefer, Dennis 4 29, 30, 65, 98 Kiefer, Douglas 3 65, 130 King, Donna 4 36, 39, 98 King, Richard 4 98 Klaustermeier, Jim 2 2, 139 Klein, Janice 4 25, 40, 41, 98 Klette, Kenny 3 28, 33, 34, 59, 60, 130 Klopmeier, Karlyn 4 34, 35, 45, 48, 56, 68, 98, 113, 114, 122 Klostermeier, David 3 130 Klueter, Linda 4 27, 98 Knecht, Caryl 2 41, 139 Knecht, James 4 26, 98 Knecht, Robert 3 130 Knight, William 4 27, 98 Knoche, Sue 3 130 Knowles, Judy 2 30, 37, 48, 139 Koch, Rodney, 4 33, 98 Koch, Ross 4 98 Coen, John 3 28, 130 Koenig, Phyllis 3 130 Kohli, Jan 4 18, 29, 38, 44, 99 Kohli, Jill 2. 18, 139 Kotva, Louie 3. 28, 37, 69, 130 Kovarik, Barbara 3 25, 130 Kovarik, Bill 4 43, 99 Kovarik, Gayle 3 130 Kovarik, Lonnie 3 39, 61, 131 Kovarik, Mike 4 99 Kovarik, Vicki 2 37, 139 Kraner, Ron 2. 139 Kreji, Mark 3 69, 131 Kreuiter, Vic 2 35, 71, 139 Kribs, Kay 4 41, 99 Krieger, Gary 4 65, 99 Krotz, Sharon 4 25, 99 Kruschik, Carol 2 27, 139 Kruschik, John 2 61, 139 Kubicek, Kenny 2 48, 139 Kuethe, Bruce 2. 139 Kuhn, Francis 4 47, 48, 99 Kulp, Dana 2 30, 139 Kyro, Walter 2 139 L Laaser, Mark 2 35, 39, 139 La Bardi, Richard 4 29, 37, 99 Ldwig, Gale 2 30, 37, 139 Laird, Diane 2 139 Laird, Linda 2 139 Lambert, Janet 4 28, 41, 99, 131 Lambert, Kathy 2 30, 37, 139 Lampkin, Lucia 2 36, 37, 139 Lamper, Sherry 3 70, 131 Landers, Rose 2 30, 139 Lando, Daniel 2 33, 139 Lando, Gail 4 33, 99 Lane, John 4 26, 34, 44, 46, 65 Lankford, Maureen 4 99 Lash, William 3 29, 132 Lautner, Bob 3 131 Lautner, Richard 4 99 Lawson, David 4 99 Le Blanc, James 2. 18, 139 Liebler, Tom 2 139 Leitner, Joe 2 25, 58, 61 Leopold, Linda 3 131 Levora, Bill 3 131 Lewis, Gregg 2 139 Lewis, Jeff, 4 35, 39, 61 Lienemann, Charles 3 131 Lienemann, Jo Ann 3 131 Lienamann, Robert 3 131 Lienemann, Shirley 2 139 Liliensiek, Dennis 2 39, 139 Linkeman, Dennis 2 32, 139 Lockman, Carla 4 27, 100 Logsdon, Hazel 2 139 Long, Chris 2 139 Lovell, Jeanne 3 28, 33, 131 Lovsey, Mary 3 131 Luber, Lucille 3 36, 131 Luckett, Debbie 2 139 Luckett, Jon 4 34, 38, 44, 70, 100, 122 Lupardus, Vickie 2 139 Lutes, Murle 4 28, 100 Lynch, Bob 3 18, 40, 44, 65, 131 Lynn, Rick 4 34, 35, 100 Lytle, Alen 4 100 Madison, Gary 2 139 Madison, Myron 4 100 Madison, Sandra 2. 139 Magruder, Gene 3 33, 131 Malone James 4 100 Mansfield, Steven 4 48, 100 Marcus, Cloyde 4 100 Marcus, Diane 2. 139 Marcus, Lloyd 2. 139 Mareing, John 4 100 Margherio, David 3 26, 29, 100 Marti, Jim 3 26, 28, 30, 131 Marti, Page 2. 139 Martin, Marilyn 4 100 Martin, Stephen 4 37, 100 Martin, Thomas 4 100 Martintoni, Kenny 3 131 Massa, Dave 3 29, 131 Mateyka, Deborah 3 40, 43, 131 Matthews, Carolyn 3 131 Mayfield, Douglas 4 26, 37, 100 McClara, Carol 3 131 McClara, Linda 2 139 McClellan, Diana 4 36, 101 McCracken, Donna 4 25, 73, 101 McDonough, Dave 3 56, 79, 131 McEwen, David 2 29, 139 McFarland, Lonne Lee 2. 139 McGhee, David 3 131 McGhee, Phyllis 3 131 McGinnes, Charles 2 McGinnes, John 2 7 McIntyre, Jane 4 20, 27, 29, 33, 41, 78, 101, 123 McKee, Mary 3 29, 33, 131 McMichael, Stephen 4 30, 37, 45, 46, 101 McMurray, Roger 4 33, 40, 101 McPherson, Gerald 3 131 Meador, Ann 3 131 Meek, Theresa 2 29, 139 Mehl, Christina 2. 139 Mehl, John 4 28, 34, 101 Meier, Larry 3 1 31 Mellenthin, Margie 3. 131 Menoni, Linda 3 25, 47, 48, 131 Meredith, Luan 4 103 Messerly, Ellen 2 48, 131, 139 Metzger, Patricia 3 131 Meunier. Robert 3 28, 131 Meyer, Carol3 40, 43, 131 Meyer, David 4 32, 101 Meyer, John 2 33, 139 Meyer, Karla 4 28, 40, 44, 68, 78, 113, 114, 116 Meyer, Linda 3 25, 30, 38, 131 Meyer, Penelope 4 39, 44, 46, 48, 101 Meyer, Susan 3 30, 36, 131 Meyers, Lynn 3 43, 131 Michaels, Karen 3 36, 131 Michaels, Patricia 4 40, 41, 101 Michaels, Robert 2. 139 Michel, Richard 3 131 Mihalic, Leisa 3 39, 47, 79, 131 Miller, Barbara 3 40, 131 Miller, Jerry 3 29, 37, 131 Miller, Joan 3 25, 131 Miller, Mike 2 139 Miller, Sandy3 25, 39, 131 Mindrup, David 2 139 Mitchell, Bradley 2 139 Mitchell, Fred 3 131 Mitchell, Paul 3 40, 131 Mitchell, Valerie 2 139 Modene, Kathy 2 33, 48, 139 Modene, Larry 4 34, 48, 101, 114 Molitor, Jim 3 27, 48, 131 Monroe, Mike 3 131 Moody, Dan 2 139 Moore, Caren 3 131 Moore, Cathy, 2 139 Moore, Gene 2 58, 139 Moore, Jerry 4 25, 27,101 Moore, Kathie 3. 131 Moore, Larry 2. 18, 37, 139 Moore, Leon 4 35, 62, 73, 102 Moore, Linda 3 25, 39, 131 Moore, Patty 3 25, 131 Moore, Renee 3 131 Moore, Rhonda 3 131 Moore, Stephen 2 29, 41, 140 Moore, Steve 3. 61, 131 Moore, Susan 4 29, 40, 102 Mooreman, Patricia 4 38, 102 Moran, Tom 4 37, 102 Morgan, Sandra 2. 140 Morris, Charles 4 Morris, Bill 3 26, 37, 131 Morrison, Dan 2 140 Morrison, Patrick 3 131 Morrow, Martha 2 29, 41, 48, 140 Moseley, Russell 2 140 Mudge, Greg 3 18, 44, 131 Mudge, Susie 2 29, 41, 48, 140 Mullene, Janis 3 131 Mulligan, Russel 2. 140 Munzert, Colleen 4 102 Munzert, Sally 2 30, 140 Murray, Lance 2. 116 Myers, Kirk 3 29, 65, 131 Nagel, Paula 2 28, 140 Neese, Allen 3 28, 37, 44, 48, 116, 134 Neese, Janice 2 30, 140 Nekola, Kenneth 3 131 Neubauer, Tina 3 31, 32, 43 Neutzling, Steven 4 29, 37, 102 Newman, Verla 3 32, 132 Newton, Tom 2 33, 58, 140 Nichols, Betty 2 28, 140 Nicol, Nancy 3 29, 132 Niebling, Robert 2 29, 140 Nischwitz, Donna 4 25, 38, 70, 102, 114 Nischwitz, Janey 4 40, 102 Noll, Jackie 4 22, 34, 38, 44, 68, 85, 102, 123 Noud, Judy 4 25, 29, 102 Noud, Richard 3 30, 37, 132 Nuernberger, Jeanne 2 30, 40, 48 0 O'Dell, Cathy 2 140 O'Dell, Estalla 2 140 O'Donnell, John 3 34, 38, 132 Oglesby, Wanda 2 29, 140 Ohm, Marla 4 28, 102, 114 Ontko, Karen 2 29, 140 Orman, Greg 4 102 Ostendorf, Mark 2 29, 40 Overbeck, Reed 3 37, 132 Owens, Bill 3 26, 132 Owens, Donna 2 33, 140 Owens, Marilyn 3 28, 132 P Paddock, Judy 4 32, 103 Padgett, John 2 29, 140 Palmer, Sue 2 30, 140 Paoni, John 2 60, 61, 140 Pape, Carol 4 32, 103 Pape, Kenneth 2 33, 140 Pape, Nancy 2 36, 140 Paproth, Susan 418, 20, 30, 36, 78, 103, 122 18, 38, 45, 103, 114, 115, 116 Parker, Patricia 4 36, 103 Pass, Jani3 38, 40, 43, 69, 132 Paul, Denny 4 103 Paul, Larry 4 103 Paur, David 4 25, 30, 103 Paur, Debbie 2 25, 30, 103 Peck, James 4 26, 103 Peek, David 2 37, 140 Pelhank, Kevin 2 58, 140 Pelhank, Monica 4 32, 36, 103 Pence, Carla 2 48, 140 Pence, Nancy 4 20, 25, 33, 47, 48, 103, 114 Pendergrass, Bob 3 34, 35, 56, 132 Pendleton, John 2 30, 140 Peo, George 4 26, 34, 69, 103, 114, 116 Peradotti, Mary J.3 28, 132 Peterson, Cynthia 4 104 Peterson, Kay 3 40, 104 Peterson, Sue 4 40, 104 Pfeiffer, Roger 3. 132 Phelps, Barb 3 132 Philaboum, Jerry 4 32, 104 Picklesimer, Lee 4 26, 48, 104 Picklesimer, Pam 3 114, 132 Pilger, Jerry 2 140 Pillow, Henry 2. 140 Piper, Ed 2 58, 140 Pittman, Mary Ann 4 36, 104, 114 Pomeroy, Margaret 2 29, 140 Poneta, Bill 3 132 Po neta, Jan4 30, 37, 73, 104, 121 Pontius, Carol 2 140 Poole, Jerry 3 27, 65, 132 Poos, Donald 4 35, 56, 78, 104, 123 Porter, David 4 28, 34, 37 Porter, Suzanne 2 30, 140 Potter, Pat 3 20, 37, 38, 53, 132 Potter, Susan 2 31, 52, 140 Pour, Edith 4 78 Prather, Carl 4 26 Preloger, Ronald 4 26, 40, 44, 46 Presley, Arthur 2 Price, Donnie 2. 140 Provence, Myron 2 140 Pulliam, Tom 3 29, 37, 79, 132 Parker, Barbara 4 Quade, Barbara 104 Quade, Jim 132 Quade, Mary 140 Raab, Alice 2 28, 43, 140 Raab, Anne Marie 3 33, 132 Radosovich, Lori 4 Rains, Kathleen 3 25, 43, 132 Rallo, Mike 3. 21, 28, 29, 132 Randall, Eric 3 18, 34, 132 Ranek, Bill 2 140 Ratzloff, Dave 4 33, 64, 140 Ratzloff, Marilyn 2 41 Redford, Linda 4 36, 38, 104 Reed, Sharon 4 40, 104 Regna, Claudette 4 40 Regna, Mike 4 Reid, Carol 2. 140 Reinhardt, Steve 3 28, 37, 132 Reiter, Allen 4 37, 104 Reiter, Gary 3 132 Reiter, Nancy 3 43, 132 Reiter, Roy 2. 140 Renken, Rick 2 Revell, Cheri 2 30, 140 Reynolds, Helen 3 132 Reynolds, Richard 4 105 35, 56, 61, 105 28, 30, 45, 46, 105, 115 Richards, Debbie 3 34, 45, 69, 132 Richardson, Billy Joe 2. 140 Richardson, Marilyn 3 30, 39, 45, 132 Ricker, Albert 3 132 Rieger, Joe 2. 140 Rigler, John 3 29, 58 Rinkel, Judy 3 132, 140 Rizzoli, Janice 2 30, 140 Roberts, Michael 4 20, 37, 105, 114, 118 Roberts, Thomas 4 29, 37 Robertson, Linda 2. 140 Robien, Danny 2 35, 140 Robinson, Gary 4 37, 105 Robinson, Harry 3 3, 56, 132 Robinson, Larry 4 105 Robinson, Linda 2 30, 140 Robinson, Marian 3 132 Rodgers, Randall 4 Rohrkaste, Randy 2 Rohrkaste, Rita 2 Rohrkaste, Ronald 4 Romback, Cathy 4 Rombach, Marsha 3 Rice, Roger 4 Richards, Beverly 4 18, 28, 37, 140 33, 140 32, 105 25, 105 27, 132 Rombach, Pete 2. 140 27, 38, 43, 132 37,, 133 34, 38, 132 3 133 27, 29, 132 Rothe, Jo Ann 3 Ruehup, Jim 3 Ruffner, Anne 3 Rupple. Diane Ryan, Bill 3 S Saboff, Cathy 4 25, 105 Sampson, Mary 4 40 Sanderson, Maurice 4 40, 105 Sartoris, Peggy 4 25, 45, 105 Scarborough, Denny 2. 140 Scheibi, Denny 2. 140 Schekouske, Ronnie 2 Schekovske, Ronnie 3 27 Scherff, Paul 4 106 Schipkouski, Tom 3 132 Schmidt, Carla 2 27, 141 Schmidt, Leonard 2 29, 141 Schmidt, Randy 3. 4, 25, 132 Schmidt, Richard 4 106 Schmidt, Roger 2. 141 Schmidt, Suzanne 2. 141 Schmidt, Terry 2. 141 Schnack, Randy 4 60, 106 Schneider, Karen 2 29, 141 Schrage, Curtis 3. 132 Schrage, Ron 4 35, 106 Schrodt, Vicky 4 25, 34, 51, 70, 106, 123 Schueider, Patty 3 132 Schuette, Mike 4 106, 141 Schulte, Debbie 2 106 Schumacher, Diane 2. 18, 29, 36, 116, 141 Schultz, Marty 3 26, 132 Schutz, Paul 2. 141 Schwab, Sandra 4 196 Schwager, E.J.4 26, 106 Schweiger, Lee 2. 141 Schwengel, Bonita 3 25, 132 Schwuchow, Diane 4 38, 70, 106 Seal, Robin 3 28, 132 Seals, Dean 3 37, 132 Sedlacek, Mary 3 43, 132 Sedo, Tom 2 104 Seitz, Pat 3 27, 132 Senn, Kathy 3 132 Sese, Robin 3 Shaw, Joe 2 64, 141 Shelley, Helen Elaine 4 106 Shelly, John 2 Shilt, Chery] 2. 141 Shilt, John 3 61, 132 Shimunek, Diane 3 132 Shimunek, Rich 2 Shindel, George 2 26, 141 Shultz, Marty 3 Sidener, Ted 3 132 Sievers, Dianne 2 141 Sievers, Judy 2 29, 141 Sievers, Sue 3 132 Sims, Jim 2 61, 141 Sims, Mike 4 106 Simpson, Pat 2 29 Simpson, Ruth 2 29, 141 Singleton, Diane 4 106 Singleton, Janice 2 30, 141 Sissen, Linda 4 107 Skaggs, Ella3 40, 132 Skinner, Stephen 4 60, 107 Slemer, Mary Anne 4 36, 107 Slemer, Sandy 3 132 Slemer, William 4 107 Small, Janet 3 133 Smith, Deborah 4 36, 107 Smith, Dale 3 61, 133 Smith, Dave 3 133 Smith, Eva 3 Smith, Gloria 2 30, 141 Smith, Maureen 4 107 Smith, Sharon 2 28, 133, 141 Smith, Sharon 3 36 Smith, William 4 Snajar, Pat 2 141 Soloman, Kathy 4 22, 38, 44, 47, 70, 107, 121° Solter, Mary 3 34, 38, 133 Somraty, Bonnie 2. 141 Sones, Ronald 4 27, 101 South, Sarah 2 141 Sparks, Arland 4 37, 107 Sparks, Beverly 2. 28, 141 Speciale, Mark 3 39, 133 Spiller, Gary 2. 141 Spiller, Karen 4 62, 107 Spitze, Linda 4 40, 107 Spurlin, Kathy 4 . 20, 24, 107 Spurlin, Sherida 2 Stack, William 4 107 Stafford, Adrienne 4 18, 20, 34, 44, 108 Stahlhut, Larry 4 39, 108 Stahlhut, Ronald 4 27, 108 Stamm, Gary 3 133 Starnes, Nancy 2 141 Starr, Connie 2 141 Steele, Nancy 4 39, 40, 108 Steeleman, Marie 2. 141 Stevens, Jeanne 3 25, 27, 30, 133 Stewart, Diana 4 25, 36, 108, 133 Stewart, Mary Delores 4 108 Stewart, Ricky 2 Stewart, Robert 4 Stewart, Terry 4 Stewart, Vicky 2 141 Stewart, Yvonne 4 22, 27, 34 Stimac, Alan 2 29, 64, 141 Stolze, Allen 2 29, 35, 140, 141 Stubbs, Susan 418, 29, 40 Stubblefield, John 3 34, 47 Strader, Larry 3 133 Stroud, Steve 3 133 Suhre, De Arle 4 28, 29, 40, 109, 116 Suhre, Dennis 4 34, 109 Storm, Nina 3 29, 36, 79, 133 Svoboda, Dave 3 133 Svoboda, John 4 39, 109 Sullivan, Don 4 34, 37, 109 Stroh, John 2 141 Stulken, Bill 3 34 Sulc, Susie 2 Sutherland, Daniel 3 40, 44 Swiecicki, Clifford 4 28, 109 Szegedy, Robert 4 T Taber, Kathy 2. 18, 29, 135, 141 Taber, Pat 3 29, 37, 118, 133 Takacs, Don 4 35, 39, 56, 109 Taylor, Nyla 4 109 Taylor, Pamela 4 Tedrick, Charles 2 141 Tenick, Beverely 2 28, 141 Tenick, Marla 3 36, 133 Tenick, Sheryl 4 Tenllado, Albert 4 109 Terry, Jim 3 30, 133, 141 Terry, Kenneth 2 141 Terry, Richard 4 28, 109 Thatcher, Alan 4 29, 109 Thatcher, Irene 2 29, 50, 141 Thirion, Jerry 2. 141 Thomas, Kent 4 109 Thomason, Marilyn 3 133 Tiek, Marshia 2 29, 141 Timmons, Brenda 4 109 Todd, Patricia 2. 141 Tolliver, Pam 2 30, 141 Towell, Cindi 3 69 Townsend, Jack 3 64 Treat, Donna 3 193 Trebbing, Sue 4 110 Tretter, Marilyn 2 29, 141 Trojahn, Gerry 4 110 Truett, Lary 2. 141 Tudor, Duane 3 133 Tudor, Sara 3 133 Turnbeaugh, Janet 2. 141 Turner, Judith Ann 3 133 Turner, Ruth Michele 3 43, 133 Unterbrink, Ruth 2. 141 Urban, Joe 4 110 Utechtt, Pam 3 32, 36 Vandalia, Raymond 4 Van Hooser, Mary 4 46, 70, 110, 115 Van Hooser, Rae 4 25, 30, 36, 110 Van Petten, Steve 3 34, 134 Vaughn, Barbara 3 Van Vertloo, David 2 141 Varble, Leona 2 141 Varner, Judy 2. 141 Vest, Jim 2 58, 141 Veith, Deborah 3 43 Vieth, Carol 4 110 Vieth, Judy 2 29, 141 Vieth, Marcia 3 25, 30, 134 Voget, Antoinette 4 38, 70, 110, 114 Voget, Jane 4 41, 110 Votrain, David 2 141 Ww Wagner, Don 3 27, 39, 134 Wahl, Kay 2 141 Wallace, Garland 2 141 Wallace, Jim 2 58, 142 Wallace, Monica 3 40, 47, 48, 134 Wallace, Sandy 2 Walls, Linda 2. 142 Walter, Byron 2 26, 30, 142 Ward, Don 3. 134 Warhol, Cindy 2 48, 142 Warhol, Mark 3 28, 37, 48, 134 Warren, Cindy 4 41, 110 Warren, Nancy 2. 142 Washington, Allen 3 142 Watson, Bob 3 28, 134 Watson, Jayne 2 30, 34, 79, 142 Watson, Jeff 4 37, 39, 110 Waugh, Diane 3 25, 30, 79, 134 Weber, Alan 3 28, 64, 134 Weber, Christine 2. 142 Weber, Dennis 4 110 Weber, Parris 4 4, 32, 110 Weber, Raymond 2 33, 35, 59, 142 Wehmeyer, Garry 4 111 Wehmeyer, Larry 4 111 Wehrend, Jean 4 4, 27, 34, 112, 116 Weiler, Mary 4 111 Weise, Roger 2 29, 142 Weishaupt, Judy 4 3, 111 Welch, Leon 2 18, 142 Well, Ralph 4 40, 111 Wells, Chris 3 34, 38, 43, 134 Wells, Jim 4 37,111 Werner, Gery 34, 111 Werner, Kathryn 3 3, 27, 43 Werner, Tom 2. 65, 142 Wescott, William 4 4, 24, 40, 44, 46, 47, 48, 111, 115 Wheeler, Sandra 4 4, 36, 111, 114 Whipple, Camilla 3 134 White, Debbie 3 134 White, Jacqueline 2 142 White, Kenneth 2 56, 64, 142 White, Louis 2 29, 64, 142 White, Mary 4 25, 111 White, Robert 4 White, Ronnie 4 35, 61 Whitehead, Gail 3 Whitlock, Marilyn 3 48, 134 Whitlock, Raymond 2 142 Whittaker, Dale 2 Whyers, Lynn 2 48, 142 Wiegand, Sherry 3 43, 134 Wiegand, Terry 2 26, 32, 142 Wiemers, Jimmy 2 28, 142 Wiese, James 4 Wilcox, Sue 3 30, 134 Wildgrube, Cheryl Wildgrube, Sandra 4 112 Wilkening, Roger 3 32, 34, 134 Wilkin, Dennis 4 56, 61, 112 Wilkinson, Frank 3 134 Wilkinson, Gary 4 Willaredt, Cynthia 3 28 Wille, Teresa 3 18, 25, 30, 43, 127, 134 Williams, Carole 3 29, 33, 134 Williams, Cleo 4 Williams, David 2 39, 142 Williams, Darlene 3 43, 134 Williams, Kay 2 Williams, Randy 2 37, 65, 142 Williams, Walter 2 142 Williams, William 2 142 Wilsman, Larry 4 Wilson, Bill 3. 134 Wilson, Eric 2. 142 Wilson, Thomas 2. 142 Winkle, Dennis 3 29, 40, 134 Winn, Bill 3 134 Winn, Carol 2. 142 Winter, Chris 2 30, 142 Wisnasky, Mike 3 134 Witschie, Audrey 4 40, 112 Witschie, Robert 3 134 Wohlford, Brent 2 33, 37, 39, 142 Woll, Nancy 4 112 Wood, Pattie 3 38, 40, 43, 134 Wooldridge, Bruce 2 34, 142 Wopat, Steve 3. 39, 65, 134 Y Yack, John 418, 34, 112 Yack, Margie 2 142 Yates, Hal 4 20, 35, 40, 44, 46, 112 Yates, Patricia 3 40, 43, 134 Yates, Tom 4 33, 48, 112, 114 Yeager, Carlton 4 35, 56, 61 Yeager, Kurt 2 58, 61, 142 York, Mary Ellen4 24, 38, 112, 114 York, Wanda 2. 142 Young, Ronald 4 22, 38, 40, 44, 46, 47, 48, 112 Z Zeisset, Catherine 3 134 Ziegler, Marvin 4 32, 112 Zika, Steve 3 28, 35, 44, 59, 134 Zimmerman, Dale 4 112 Zimmerman, Lindel 4 39, 112 Zwick, Joan 3 134 PAGE SPONSOR'S INDEX ANN'S BEAUTY SHOP 212 St. Louis St. 656-4944 Page 133 AUERBACHS 126 North Main 656-4801 Page 36 BALLWEGS 1530 Troy Rd. 656-3435 Page 20 BROOKS JEWELRY 213 N. Main 656-0784 Page 18 BUHRMESTER WALLPAPER PAINT CO. 201 2nd St. 656-0490 Page 65 CLAYTON CLEANERS 201 N. Main 656-1070 Page 36 CLOVER LEAF HOME BUILDING AND LOAN ASSN. 148 N. Main 656-6122 Page 18 DON COFFMAN INSURANCE 254 N. Main 656-2075 Page 65 DALE'S BARBER SHOP 110 E, Vandalia 656-3034 Page 30 DILIMAN'S PAINT STORE 222 N. Main 656-7358 Page 30 MRS, EVELYN DUGGAR FORMALS 136 Fillmore 656-2943 Page 30 EDWARDSVILLE BARGAIN CENTER Collinsville Rd. 656-7524 Page 63 EDWARDSVILLE CREAMERY 223 W. Park 656-5365 Page 113 EDWARDSVILLE FROZEN FOODS 246 N. Main 656-1477 Page 69 EDWARDSVILLE GLASS AND SEAT COVER SERVICE 102 E. Vandalia 656-7511 Page 36 EDWARDSVILLE IMPLEMENT CO. 1601 Troy Road 656-6482 Page 133 EDWARDSVILLE NATIONAL BANK AND TRUST CO. 100 St. Louis St. 656-4316 Page 35 EICKMAN STUDIO 219 Hillsboro 656-2424 Page 121 EVELYN'S BEAUTY SALON 100 E. Vandalia 656-3091 Page 133 FIRST FEDERAL SAVINGS AND LOAN ASSOCIATION 140 N. Main 656-6200 Page 21 FREDMAN BROS. FURNITURE CO. 119 N. Main 656-4411 Page 133 G. A. GENT MECHANICAL CONSTRUCTION P. O. Box 208 656-4327 Page 20 HAMEL CO-OPERATIVE GRAIN CO. Mont Station 633-1634 Page 115 HAMEL REDI-MIX CO. Hamel Illinois 633-2216 Page 114 HAMEL STATE BANK 104 E, State St. 633-2265 Page 20 HENKHAUS GROCERY STORE LOCKER PLANT Hamel, Illinois 633-2275 Page 115 HOLIDAY CLEANERS 112 Hillsboro 656-0202 Page 36 HURST MOTORS INC. 401 N. Main 656-6340 Page 57 IDLEWOOD INN St. Louis Rd. 656-4607 Page 58 ILLINOIS LUMBER 225 E. Vandalia 656-1514 Page 115 IMBER'S MEN'S WEAR 144 N, Main 656-6112 Page 63 IRMA'S BEAUTY SALON 405 St. Louis St. 656-4950 Page 58 KAY JANSEN SCHOOL of BEAUTY CULTURE 217 N. Main 656-9704 Page 64 JIM JONES INC. 1407 Troy Rd. 656-0132 Page 119 JOHNSTON'S IGA FOODLINER 228 N. Main 656-4642 Page 37 KLUETER BROTHERS CONCRETE PRODUCTS RT. 157 Hamel, Ill. 656-1358 Page 115 LANTZ HOMES, INC. 307 N. Main 656-3346 Page 58 LEU'S MARKET 142 N. Main 656-7058 Page 115 MADISON COUNTY TRACTOR EQUIPMENT CO. 130 Hillsboro 656-1760 Page 50 MADISON STORE FABRIC CENTER, INC, 115 Purcell St. 656-5033 Page 58 MARCELLA'S BEAUTY SHOP 148A N. Main 656-3612 Page 65 DARREL G. McDONALD, PHOTOGRAPHER 118 2nd St. 656-4305 Page 23 MELO QUEEN 419 S, Buchanan 656-1883 Page 64 METCALF INSURANCE AGENCY 112 N. Main 656-5178 Page 20 PAUL MEYER AGENCY 233 N. Main 656-0781 Page 65 MEYER T.V. SERVICE 225 N. Main 656-4620 Page 37 MIDWEST LOAN CO, 152 N. Main 656-5082 Page 120 MONTCLAIR SHELL SERVICE 1702 Troy Rd. 656-5115 Page 23 MONTGOMERY WARD 223 N. Main 656-4910 Page 118 NATHAN MARCUS 146 N. Main 656-0241 Page 146 DON OHL OFFICE SUPPLY 132 N. Main 656-5403 Page 72 OVERBECK'S 120 Main St. 656-0195 Page 72 PEOPLE'S SAVING AND LOAN ASSOCIATION 107 Purcell 656-5197 Page 20 PERSONALITY PLUS SHOP 305 N. Main 656-0704 Page 72 PIZZA KING 204 S. Buchanan 656-6214 Page 50 RENKEN'S STORE FOR MEN 229 N. Main 656-0887 Page 23 ROHRKASTE'S DAIRY 1003 N. Main 656-4700 Page 118 RUSTY'S 1201 N. Main 656-1113 Page 119 SALLY ANN BAKERY 102 S. Main 656-4509 Page 72 CHUCK SCHIMDT AGENCY 214 St. Louis St. 656-0120 Page 24 SHUPACK'S 124 N. Main 656-1307 Page 120 SOUTH SIDE AUTO REPAIR 1709 Troy Rd. 656-1994 Page 23 STAHLY CARTAGE CO, 130A Hillsboro 656-5070 Page 24 YONAKA 100 E, Vandalia 656-1943 Page 120 PROFESSIONAL PATRONS Dr. Jerre C. Collins, M.D. Dr. William E, Delicate, M.D. Eldon Durr, Attorney Wendell Durr, Attorney Dr. Elliott, D.D.S. Eualia Hotz, County Clerk Dr. E. W. Linden, M.D. Dr. Henry Malench, M.D. .Dr. Robert Malench, M.D, D. H. Mudge, Attorney George Musso, County Treasurer CALENDAR 1965 - 1966 AUGUST 25 30 SEPTEMBER 27 28,29 29,30 JANUARY FEBRUARY 4 5 11 11, 12 Football practice begins (Listen to them groan.) New Teacher Orientation (Surprise! Surprise!) First day of school (Black Wednesday) Labor Day - No School Activity Period (First sandbox organized) High school faculty meeting; 3:30 - 4:40 p.m. (Battle plans) Football - Madison - there (We won! 20-0) Southwestern Conference Cheerleading Clinic - Edwardsville Football - Althoff - here (It was close!) Football - Wood River - there (Oh well!) Teacher Institute - No school (Hooray!) Football - Collinsville - there (Wait 'till next year) A Cappella Choir Robing Ceremony - 8 p.m, Football - East St. Louis - here (We played a good game) County Teacher Institute - No School Football - Alton - there Football - Granite City - here (We continue our losing streak.) Football - Belleville - here (0-347?) End of first quarter (Only 3 more to go) Foptball - Roxana - there (We won 26-12) Report cards issued (HELP!!) Thanksgiving - No school (We gave thanks for no school) Basketball - Highland there (We were bombed!) Basketball - Wood River - there (What a victory!) Basketball Tourney - Alton, Mercy, CBC, Edwardsville (Champs!) Wrestling - Riverview Gardens - here - 7 p.m. Basketball - Granite City - here (Four in a row!) Basketball - Litchfield - there (Make it five!) Basketball - Belleville - here (Well there went our streak.) Christmas assembly (Ho! Ho! Ho!) Centralia Basketball Tournament (A split decision) Granite City Wrestling Tournament School Reopens (YECHHH!!!) Basketball - Collinsville - there (We were scalped!) Basketball - Quincy - there (Another defeat) Basketball - Alton - here (Finally, victory!) Semester examinations Semester examinations - End of first semester (Censored!) Teacher Workshop - No school (Speaks for itself) Basketball - Madison - here (Two in a row!) Wrestling - Northwest of St. Louis - here - 7 p.m. Basketball - Alton - there (Three in a row!) Report cards issued (Well, Dad Basketball - Wood River - there (Not quite a victory): (59-61) Basketball - Granite City - there (Scalped again!) Basketball - Belleville - there (Unmentionable) Wrestling - District CALENDAR 1965-1966 (con't.) FEBRUARY (con't.) Basketball - Collinsville - here (Almost!!!) High School faculty meeting (Brainstrust?) Basketball - East St. Louis - here (At long last! 70-60) Wrestling - Sectional Homecoming - (Congratulations, Diane and Jan) Basketball - Roxana - here (Another victory) Wrestling - State Basketball - Centralia - there (We were orphaned!) Basketball - Regional (The End!) Winter Band Concert - cafeteria (How sweet the music was!) Basketball - Sectional (Belleville marches on!) Basketball - Super-sectional (Belleville marches on) Basketball - State End of third quarter (Thank goodness! One more!) Baseball - Alton - here Report cards issued (We need another excuse.) Baseball - Belleville - here Operetta - (Mr. " K " ' in kilts!) Teachers' Institute - No school (Fool's meeting) Operetta (Ditto!) Baseball - Granite City - there Baseball - East St. Louis - there Good Friday - No School (Good!) Easter Vacation - No school (GOOD!) Baseball - Collinsville - here (Ha! Ha!-They Lose) Baseball - Wood River - here Baseball - Alton - there Baseball - Belleville - there (Hectic, Fellows?) (All Victories Tho!) Baseball - Granite City - here Spring Band Concert - 8 p.m. - cafeteria (Hear the birdies?) Baseball - East St. Louis - here Baseball - Collinsville - there Baseball - Wood River - there (Southwestern Conf. Champs!) Tennis - District Baseball - District (Good luck, Mr. Hutton!) Spring Choral Festival District Track Prom (Last one-seniors) Baseball - Regional Awards Day (Swelled chests day) Track and Tennis - State Meet Class Day (About time!) Baccalaureate (Almost!) Memorial Day - No school Semester examinations (Are we going to make it ??) Last day of school (The end--at last!!) 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