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= Ph . | an) rev titi! i riper 1967 Tiger Edwardsville High School Edwardsville, Illinois emorial Bernard J. Lsselhardt BERNARD J. ISSELHARDT 1915 — 1966 i Elegu In Memory or Bernarp J. [sseLHarpT He was a builder Not with tidy blue-prints specifying where each stone must rest on each. Unspecified mind and flesh and bone were his materials. Oh, there were blue prints — guide-lines drawn by builders who had worked and dreamed before and by the Master Builder. These never shou how to keep an impressive capstone from slipping down with ordinary brick, or how to help an ordinary brick that wants to be a spire, or how to protect them all from chips and scars. That was his job. His breathing stones could feel his warmth, flash back his smiles treasure and keep forever those parts of his mind he freely gave. So also have they eyes to weep and hearts to mourn the loss. Carpenters build houses; engineers build bridges; scientists build rockets— but teachers build the builders. He was a teacher. —Lillie-Pearl Helm Table of Contents STUDENT INDEX AD INDEX 1966 SUMMER SUPPLEMENT cademics Mr, Chester Siebert University of Illinois, B.S., M.S, This is a tractor?!! The vocational agriculture de- partment provides training for boys who are interested in becoming farmers. Being vocational, the work is carried on around the boys' pro- - " rates an Nees peso ye nat Vocational Agricultu re or on a neighbor's farm. Mechanics is stressed in the farm shop since much of the farmers' training is based on operation of machines and maintaining them. Many of the boys go into fields related to agriculture. Farmers hit the books, too, JACK'S PHILLIPS 66 SERVICE STATION DENIA'S RESTAURANT MONTCLAIRE BALLWEGS DRUGS WESTERN AUTO ASSOCIATION STORE Mr. Richard Pilney Illinois State University, Normal, B.S, An art student draws attention as she poses for a class exercise, — — A-B-C. . . ., Art students practice lettering, one impor- tant facet of commercial art. The aims of the Art Department are to instill in the students of Edwardsville High School a deeper appreciation of art and to give to those students with imag- ination and ability special opportunities to be creative, HAMEL READY—MIX CO. CLOVER LEAF HOME BUILDING AND LOAN ASSOCIATION Mrs. Dolores Day Mr. Kenneth Mr. Robert Gass Mr. Robert M, Mr, Eugene Little Mrs, Sharon Vincent Eastern Illinois Freeland Illinois State Gregor Maryville College, Illinois State University, B. S,, Department Normal University, Vanderbilt B, S., University of University, B, S, University of Chairman, Eastern B,S,, M.S, University, B, A, Tennessee, M, S, Illinois, M, S, Illinois University, Southern Illinois B, S, Southern University Illinois University, Business Education Business education is the study of the business affairs successfully and for structure and functions of business. It being intelligent citizens. includes three extensive areas of study: Area 2: KNOWLEDGE ABOUT BUSINESS Area 1: KNOWLEDGE ABOUT BUSINESS AS BACKGROUND UNDERSTANDING, AS A PART OF GENERAL EDU- needed by all business workers, for CATION, needed by all people, non- the purpose of continuing business business as well as business workers, studies and advancing on the job. for the purpose of handling individual ‘ Area 3: KNOWLEDGE ABOUT BUSINESS ») » AS SPECIALIZED EDUCATION, need- T. y @ ed by all business workers, for the Yke = x‘ purpose of gaining vocational com- : i ¢ : petencies on different business jobs and on all job levels. - Students working busily in typing class, Marla Tenick and Pam Utechtt trying to prove practice makes perfect. Mr, O, Glenn Johnson Southern Illinois University, B,A,, M.S, Guidance The general objective of the guid- ance department is to profit maximally from their educational experiences, This implies helping the student to establish and or realize meaningful and realistic goals--educational, vocation- al, and social, Mr. Johnson sorts through a pile of tests for the " unsuspecting " students of Edwardsville, What! You mean you want to drop all four of your subjects?!! Mrs, Adrienne Hayes af Syracuse University, B.A,, M.A, : me “« PAGE SPONSORS MOORE’ STORK CLEANERS AND FURRIERS CLAYTON CLEANERS PIZZA KING Mrs. Arene Burgess Western Illinois University, B.S., M.S. Mrs, Judy Gale University of Illinois, B.S, Mrs. Lillie Pearl Helm Western Illinois University, B.S., University of Illinois Southern Illinois University Mrs, Sallie Isaacs Department Chairman, Southern Illinois University, B.A, Miss Mary Sue Jett College of St. Francis, A.B. Mrs, Mildred Moran University of Illinois, B,A,, University of Missouri, Washington University Southern Illinois University f 7 nglish The English department develops growth and improve- ment in language communica- tion according to each pupil's ability. Each student should grow in his ability tocommuni- cate clearly and effectively through listening, speaking, reading, writing, and thinking. Courses included are: 1. Advanced Placement English American Literature, English Literature English II, English IV English Essentials Journalism . Special English II . Speech, Forensics Mr. Thomas G, Paul University of St. Thomas, B.A, Mrs, Jacqueline Rader Georgetown College, B.A., University of Kentucky, M.A, Mrs, Margarette Warmbrodt Missouri Valley College, B.S., B, of Mus., University of Missouri, M.E, Mrs, Darlene L, File Eastern Illinois University, B.S, Mrs, Dianne Williams Milwaukee- Downer College, University of Wisconsin PAGE SPONSOR EDWARDSVILLE NATIONAL BANK 100 ST. LOUIS STREET 656—4316 Miss Grace Cunningham Department Chairman, University of Illinois, B.S., University of Colorado, M.A,, Laval University, University of Wisconsin, Bradley University Mr, F, Dwyer SouthernIllinois University, B.A, Miss Mary Ann Estoppay Eastern Illinois University, B.S, Mr. David L. Shonkwiler Iowa State University, B.S. PAGE SPONSORS BROOK'S JEWELRY HELPEE SELFEE LAUNDRY DRY CLEANER a ' ge " Sar “Red As Miss Cunningham lectures dilligently ... Foreign Languages Through the study of foreign languages the stu- dent becomes acquainted not only with the language itself, but also with the literature, customs, and history of the country. The courses included in this department are: Latin II French I II Spanish I, Il, III German II, III everyone (well, almost everyone) seems to be paying attention, elle " seams " to be interesting, as Mrs. Kuethe gives direction in homemaking class. Homemaking The home economic courses are de- home projects and studies in nutrition, signed to give a broad concept of home- cooking, sewing, and interior decorating, making on the high school level and special the girls learn the basic skills of efficient recognition to the girl as an individual and homemakers. Courses offered: Home- co-operating home member, The work is making II-III and Family Living. organized on a vocational basis. Through Classes are far from just sew sew in homemaking, as these girls will agree. Mrs, Carolyn Kuethe Southeast Missouri State, B.S,:S.I.U., Carbondale, M.S. PAGE SPONSORS: MADISON COUNTY TRACTOR AND EQUIPMENT ih HAMEL CO-OPERATIVE GRAIN CO. | ee KLUETER BROTHERS, CONCRETE PRODUCTS INC. § FY ae OR Industrial Arts Eastern Illinois University, B.S,, M.S, Industrial Arts is that phase of general education which deals with industry--its materials, processes, products, and occupations. This department at Edwardsville High School offers nine courses: General Shop Metal I II Crafts Architectural and Mechanical Drawing Mr. Richard Ford Wood I, II llinois State University, } Electricity B.S., M.S. Southern (linois University Future AFL-CIO workers in action Mrs. Elisabeth Miller Central Missouri State College, B.S,, Colorado State College, M.A Western Michigan State University Mr. J.D, Miller Department Chairman, Central Missouri State College, B,S., Colorado State University, A M.,, M,A., Pennsylvania State University, Washington University Mr. Norman Reuscher University of Illinois B.S., Southern Illinois University, M.S, Miss Vivian Thompson Eastern Illinois University, B,S., Indiana University, M.S, Library The pleasing atmosphere and soothing offers more than 7,100 volumes--an in- music of the library provide an ideal setting crease of better than 1,000 books over the for study and research. The new library old library. Scott Aljets shows 'em how it's done, 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. Appli- cations from various fields are solved. Many mathe- matical facts are discovered and proved by the student. Courses offered in this department are: (1) Advanced Algebra, (2) Algebra, (3) Plane Geometry, (4) Analytical Geometry, (5) Trigonometry. Mr. J,L. Elam Department Chairman, Greenville College, A,B,, Missouri University, M.S, Mrs. Helen George MacMurray College, A.B,, Washington University, B.S, Mr. James Hindelang SouthernIllinois University, B,A, Mr. Elliot French Illinois State University, B,A,, Indiana State University, M.S, Music Edwardsville High School boasts one of the finest music departments in the area, both vocally and instrumentally. Heading the instrument sec- a tion is Mr. Etzkorn who is SP Ie Millikin University, the " music man " responsible Kessinger B.M.E., M.M.E,, for both concert band and pep Shurtleff College, ’ - Louis Institute band. The leader of the vocal B.M.E,, Illinois groups is Mr. James gel o Vmrereny. Kessinger. Both men have worked hard with the students to make a music department the whole school is proud of. St of Music Band members hard at work during a practice session, Mr. Kessinger leading the boys’ chorus, PAGE SPONSORS JIM JONES INC, WILSON CONSTRUCTION AND DEVELOPMENT Mr, Gayle Day University of Illinois, M.S, Eastern Illinois University, B.S, in Education Mr, A, M. Gibson Illinois Wesleyan University, B.S. University Of Illinois, University Mr, William Powell McKendree College, B.S, University of Illinois, M.Ed. Michigan State Mrs, Jean Ratcliff Southern Illinois University, B.A. of Michigan, M.S. Science Advanced Chemistry students put their knowledge to use inalaboratory session. PAGE SPONSORS HOLIDAY ONE HOUR CLEANERS MOTTAR DRUG STORE WEST END SERVICE JACK'S 66 SERVICE University, Bowling Green State University Department Chairmar We are indeed fortunate at Edwardsville High to have such an outstanding Science De- partment, Today, especially, when the need for a solid science background is obvious, we can proudly point out the well equipped laboratories and effecient teaching methods which are char- acteristic of the Edwardsville science pro- gram. Courses offered: (1) Biology, (2) Ad- vanced Biology, (3) Chemistry, (4) Advanced Chemistry, (5) Physics, Mrs. Anne Gregor Illinois State Nor mal University, B.S Mr. Bruno Klaus Florida State University Hunter College Paci College Southern Illinois University, B S., M.S. Mr. Melvin Kuethe . | Illinois State Normal University | B.S, University of Missouri, M.S. , Physical Education Mrs. Carolyn Sue Sittner Illinois State Normal University, B.S. : . 7 4 Miss Emily Pritchard ———— f. » Murray State University Union University, B.S. K ] Mrs. Marilyn Weidner Eastern Illinois University, B.S, University of Illinois Southern Illinois University Department Chairman } Physical Education provides an oppor- tunity for students to develop a spirit of cooperation, sportsmanship, and desirable health habits. Health and Safety, a course required of all sophomores, is dedicated to teaching Health and Driver Education the rules of health and personal hygiene as well as proper safety procedures, Driver Education involves the class- room study of driving regulations andtech- niques along with the actual in-the-car training. Mr, Richard K. Hutton Fastern Illinois University, Washington University, M.S, Mr. Jerry G, Olive: Illinois State University, B.S, Mr, Pat Price Eastern Illinois University, B.S, not pictured Mr, Paul Fuchs B.S., University of Missouri, B.S., M.E. Social Studies Mr. Jack Asbury Southern Illinois University, M.S., B.S. Mr. Wallace D, Drape! Southern Illinois University, B.S., Washington University, State College of Iowa Miss Esther Goeddel Department Chairman, University of Illinois, B.S., M.S. »AGE SPOONS R Special Education students are busily typing under Mr, Ott's supervision, Special Education The Special Education Class provides individualized instruction for pupils. Emphasis is placed upon the practical application of academic skills. METCALF INSURANCE AGENCY AMERICAN UNITED LIFE ; , Mr. John Ott INSURANCE CoO, , eer Oe | ollege, B.A. ‘n Illinois University HENKHAUS GROCERY STORE a University of Illinois AND LOCKER PLANT HAMEL STATE BANK R.T.M.O.B. All work and no play. . . Faculty Informals gregordaykuethe Coffee break The problems of a student teacher Mail call — 09 be emg wo “»s a Wis Service Organizations fr The Student Council is an organ- ization which seeks to stimulate a better relationship between the student body and the administration, to help coordinate student activities, and to work for the general welfare of the school. The sug- gestion box has been a great aid in ob- taining students' opinions and putting the students' ideas into effect. This year the Student Council was once again able to sponsor a foreign exchange student, Chairerg Varavithaya from Thailand, through the A.F.S. program. CHAIRERG, foreign exchange student, takes part in the weekly council meetings. THE STUDENT COUNCIL Officers are Nelson Balke, Vice-president; Margie Cooper, Secretary; James Horstman, President; Diane Schumacher, Scribe; and Dan Horstman, Treasurer. ARLY birds. The Stu- dent Council meets each Tuesday morning at 7:40 with Mrs. George, sponsor. Tiger Yearbook The yearbook staff, com- posed of interested juniors and seniors, work together to pro- vide a pictorial record of the 1966-'67 school year at Edwardsville High School. The staff meets every day to organ- ize pictures and lay-out pages, always striving to meet dead- lines and topublish a memorable book, EDITORS « ee ee Pat Potter - Seniors, Nola Jones - Seniors, Steve Reinhardt - Academics, Mike Rallo - Ac- tivities, STAFF WORKERS Greg Anderson - Advertising, Dede Davis - Clubs, Phil Cooper - Juniors, Marcella Dorsey - Academics, Kenn Klette - Sports, Jill Kohli - Sophomores, Joe Leitner - Sports, Virginia Hans - Sophomores, Steve More - Juniors, Muffie Roepke - Administration, PHOTOGRA- PHER Mr. McDonald SPONSOR Mrs. Warmbrodt EDITORS --- Pat Potter, Steve Reinhardt, Nola Jones, and Mike Rallo ---plan the cover of the 1967 Tiger. ie, THE dead-line draws nearer, .. Muffie, Marcella, Jill, and Virginia proofread, JUST another day. PAGE SPONSORS MCLEAN SHELL SERVICE LEITNER BUILDING SERVICE BEN FRANKLIN EDWARDSVILLE SHOE REPAIR EDITOR Pat Yates types a news story. k Tiger Times The policy of Tiger Times is to provide entertainment and enjoyment for students, to promote student interest in school activities, to give students oppor- tunities to express themselves, and to publish news of events, ideas, and opin- ions of the school and its activities. Editor-in-chief ....... . Pat Yates News Editor ... Marilyn Thomason Editorials ....... Renee Moore Features . «see Monica Wallace Sports ....... Chuck Coffman Business Manager ... . Kathie Moore Photographer ..... Winn Allison Circulation . «eee Mike Bartels Advisor Pt ee BS CLICK, click, click... PAT gives some last minute instructions. THE ONE and only Miss Jett TEMPO quickens as the dead-line draws near. eeeee0e0e0 ePeserese NATHAN MARCUS KRIEGE HARDWARE MARCELLA'S BEAUTY SHOP SOUTH SIDE AUTO REPAIR « tJ Le - . i - - c Front Row: Jeanne Lovell; Linda Meyer; Nola Jones: Klette; Nelson Balke; Vic Castagna; Randy Schmidt; Allen Margie Cooper; Toni Becker; Mary Allen. Back Row: Kenn Neese; Steve Reinhardt. National Honor Society The National Honor Society is composed OFFICERS of juniors and seniors selected by the faculty PESSIGSNE « « «2% « Nelson Balke for their leadership, character, and service. Vice-President ise «ae WOla Jones The organization's aims are to create an Secretary ..i..«++.-«. » LindaMeyer enthusiasm for scholarship, to develop TPSaAsSurer . 3s 2 es ee es ws LORE Becker leadership and character, and to stimulate the desire to render service. The sponsor is Mrs. Miller. Row 1: Deanna Hemann, Bobbie Best, Sherry Smith, Marsha Rombach, Mindy Neuvenschwander, Judy Mari-Sue Hartmann, Debby Mullen, Kathy Franklin, Gilmore, Diane Schumacher, Ruth Simpson, Darlene Cindy Loebach, Lucia Lamkin. Row 2: Terry Horvath, Williams, Karen Michaels. Row 4; Bonnie Dickmann, Pam Utechtt, Linda Burk, Jill Cochran, Carolyn David Cunningham, Margie Yack. Gueldner, Sue Meyer, Pat Alesiak. Row 3: Nancy Pape, Joan Zwick, Viola Davis, Linda Werner, Marla Tenick, Main Office Helpers Miss Sloan’s Helpers Row 1: Bonnie Brave, Marie Steelman, Janelle Heuer, Harrell, Brenda Justice, Teresa Wille, Chris Winter, Jovce Gatton, Chris Weber, Jennifer Lewis, Donna Tanya Collins, Miss Sloan. Crismon. Row 2: Bev Dycus, Lucille Luber, Pat 42a 4 ¢ 4 Row 1 N. Gerdat C. Fultz M. Morrow P,. Harrell C. Towell S. Wilcox P. Hartung B. Lynch J. Kendal K. Skaggs D. Schumacher B. Caban M. Dean C. Fruth L. McCarey C. Pence A Cappella Choir Row 11 M. Henderson K. Bishop T. Collins - Best . Mudge . Richardson - Cato . Chester . Neese . Hans . starnes . Wallace . Ogelsby . Treat . Becker . Graunke Row 111 D, Peek D. Brandt D. Veith J. Heuer L. Burk Engelmann Heidinger Sievers . Barnharat Bernhardt - Combs . Richards , Simpson K. Werner A. Washington C. Varavithaya AMAL A eRe Y Row IV D. Sutherland V. Edismore A. Neese J. Horstman D, Bullard D. Van Vertloo D. Hans M. Hofeditz J. Kappler T. Schmidt B. Walters B. Davis R. Weise B. Jennings D. Winkle Row V S. Cunningham D, Scarborough R, Schmidt J. Brunnworth M, Laaser K. Pelhank S. Zika M. Aljets W. Gusewelle C. Coffman M. Hutcherson J. Wiemers G. Bullard G. Shindel R. Blind D. Horstman SENIOR GIRLS' ENSEMBLE Judy Bernhardt Monica Wallace Raydine Chester Donna Treat Debbie Vieth Linda Burk Kathy Werner Ensembles wee JUNIOR BOYS' ENSEMBLE — -aee Mark Laaser Jim Wiemers George Shindel Jerry Kappler Terry Schmidt Byron Walter Roger Weise Bob Jennings David Peek -District Members Richards, Bar th, Pamela ie oope! Charles irk Hofeditz, Bot Junior Girls' Ensemble Wanda Oglesby, Tanya Collins, Nancy Starnes, Janelle Heuer, Pat Simpson, Kathy Englemann, Diane Schumacher, Judy Sievers, Martha Morrow ela Hartung, Marilyn Richardson, Margie Cooper, Kathy Sk s, Jeff Kendall, James Horstman, Greg Mudge, Val Eidsmore, Debbie ards, Chris Fruth, Barb Cahan, Sue Wilcox, id Hans, Bob Lynch, Chuch Coffman, Mark Hofeditz, Allan Neese ms) aah . = " Ag ea ail a) Ser 9 First Row Julia Burrus, Irene Thatcher; Second Row: Carol Bonnie Brave, Carol Hodson, Sandy Morgan, Joyce Gatton; Reid, Judy Knowles, Jayne Watson, Jackie Finke, Debbie Fourth Row: Kathy Cerny, Lorna Dotray, Lucia Lamkin, Paur, Dana Kulp, Nancy Warren; Third Row: Glenda Marilyn Ratzlaff, Paula Nagel, Sharon Bensa, Joan Harris, Bundy, Sandy Green, Kathy Lambert, Faye Highlander, Donna Crismon, Chris Clarkin Junior Girls’ Choir i First Row: Cindy Barnes, Mr. James Kessinger, Director, Miller, Mary McKee, Diane Hamilos, Sandy Slemmer Cynthia Balster; Row Two: Cindy Eckert, Carol Giberson, Darlene Williams; Row Four: Debby Bode, PattySchneider Debbie Mateyka, Janet Small, Sherry Wiegand, Joan Miller, Tina Neubauer, JoAnne Lange, Kathy Rains, Carol Moore Marilyn Thomason, Anne Raab; Row Three: Nancy Reiter, Nancy Nicol, Linda Barnett, Connie Bensheimer, Lind: Jean Graunke, Pam Picklesimer, Diane Barfield, Barb Barbieri Senior Girls’ Choir T'WIRLERS: Lynn Whyers Nola Jones Andrea Diest (Drum Majorette) Monica Wallace Mike Cooper Linda Ohms EHS Band EXECUTIVE COUNCIL: Seated: Monica Wallace, Trea- Nuenberger, Nola Jones, Nancy Gerdt, Tom Sido, Lenn; surer; Cindy Warhol, Vice President; Mr. Cleon Etzkorn, Schmidt, Terry Jones, Ann Eidson, Glenn Isaacs, John Band Director; John Stubblefield, President; Patricia O'Donnell, Diana Bunt. Simpson, Secretary. Back Row: Carla Schmidt, Jeanne The Edwardsville High School Band, under the direction of Mr. Cleon Etzkorn, has for years upheld the high standards of music which characterizes the EHS musical tradition; this year was no exception, In addition to concerts, the band performed in pa- rades and at football games, The band season was highlighted by the purchase of new uniforms. We are sorry because of our deadlines, that we couldn't have the band pictured in these new uniforms, John Stubblefield, president of the band, and band director, Mr. Etzkorn, receive a new flag presented by the Kiwanis Club to the band. i — —— — ——— i Flute 3, ] Oboe . Hui} 9 } : Pat Simpson Carla Pence Mary Modene Patty Brubaker Beth Eck Jeani Harbers Janice Noud Linda Schmidt Barb Pritchard Carla Schmidt Bassoon 1 3, Clarinet 3 Mark Warhol Cathy Dawes Debby Rogers Lynn Whyers Kay Aubrecht Jim Molitor Andrea Deist Sharon Brown Kathy Modene Terry Jones Jeanne Nuernberger John Donner Dennis Hoffman Nancy Tosovsky Marshia Tiek Cindy Eckert Judy White John O'Donnell Band Personnel 1966 - 67 Alto Clarinet Jackie White Peaches Harris Bass Clarinet 1,2,3, Janie Becker Dick Bearden Ken Zeisset Saxophone 3, Martha Morrow 3, Tom Sido Bob Means Cathy Moore Caryl Knecht Cornet 1,3, Rolla Durham 3, Kevin Sido 3 Monica Wallace Lennie Schmidt Ann Eidson Ann Shreffler Kaye Hawley Glen Isaacs Rick Bartels Darlene Lamkin Ed Eckert Winn Allison Sue House Craig Aumann rench Horn »2 Cindy Warhol Jeff Kendall Diane Ruppel , r'rombone 1,2 John Stubblefield 3, Cathy Zeisset Phil Cooper Dave Hans George Shindel Shirley Wieseman Baritone 3, Nancy Gerdt Byron Walter Charles Tedrick Margo Dean Susie Mudge Keith Eden String Bass Jim Horstman Percussion Q 3, Cindy Hanfelder Gerald Hans Nola Jones Sandy Madison Donna Cook Mike ¢ ooper Dennis Goebel Rita Knecht Dottie Shaffer Dan Wiemers Marilyn Whitlock 1 All-District Band or Orchestra Pat Smith 2 All-State Band or Orchestra Pat Bleikamp 3 All-County Festival Band Peggy Bohart Faye Highlander Linda Ohms Each school year nine cheerleaders, three Junior Varsity and six Varsity,are chosen to represent E.H.S. at the various football, basket- ball, and track events in which the school competes. These girls arechosen by the faculty and student body on their skill, voice quality, and sportsman- ship. They possess the unique quality of being able to lead a crowd of people in a roaring fight cheer or to hush them whenever the situation calls for such actions. The cheer- leaders are always at games to cheer the team to victory or defeat; until that final buzzer, they never say, " We've lost. " Lisa Mihalic Marilyn Richardson Jill Hyten Carolyn Gueldner Toni Becker Varsity Cheerleaders This year the cheer- leaders' talents invaded the pe musical and artistic fields, It Saas was not uncommon to see signs and posters in the halls, cafe- teria, or gym, nor was it a surprise to hear a Christmas song turned into a pep song. In June, four Varsity cheerleaders will be gradu- ating, three of which have been cheering for the fighting Ti- gers for three years-Carolyn Gueldner, Marilyn Richardson, and Leisa Mihalic, To the Varsity and Junior Varsity cheerleaders goes a cheer for a job well done, Mrs, Sittner bid UU t is the sponsor, Art Club ART CLUB officers are Linda Barbieri, Historian; Kathy Dawes, Vice-president Kathy Dickey, President; Carol Pontius, Treasurer; and Joan Harrison, Secre- tary. The ArtClub works throughout the year on various projects forthe school. These projects include scenery for band and chorus concerts, operetta, and Jr.-Sr. prom. The members also learn the history of art and the use of a var- iety of materials. Mr. Pilney is the sponsor. rs sculpture in soap. Library Club Officers: Susie Davis, Vice-president; Toni Becker President; , Carol Ketcham, Secretary; Miss Thompson, Sponsor. Library Club In Library Club students are taught the proper ways of checking in and out library materials, proper methods of filing books, and all of the other neces- sary techniques for being good librari- ans, I beg you not to laugh at me For my miserable form in poetry. I have not rhythm or rhyme you see, But that's why I joined S, I. T. --Sue Gengler Librarians are kept busy by proper shelves. placing books back on the Ee 2 Society of Intellectual Thinkers is a newly formed club at E. H. S. The club is instrumental in the production of the school literary Magazine, Pen 'N Inklings. S. I. T. Officers: Marcella Dorsey, Vice-president; Patricia Harrell, Treasurer; Donna Crismon, Secre- tary; Martha Morrow, President; Sponsors; Mrs Helm and Mrs. Issaacs Technicians' Club officers are Marty Schultz, treas- urer; Clark Hansen, secretary; John O'Donnell, president; Byron Walter, vice-president. Technicians' Club is composed of boys who are skilled in the use of techni- cal equipment, They operate the sound system equipment, the stage lighting, and the stage equipment. Mr. Ruescher is the club's sponsor. Audio-Visual Aids Club Audio-Visual Aids Club is composed of boys who have an interest in working with the audio- visual equipment. They spend study hall hours operating movie projectors, tape recorders, and other audio-visual aids equipment. Miss Goeddel is the club's sponsor, Future NursesClub Future Nurses is an or- ganization whose purpose is to provideits members with in- formation concerning various forms of medical careers. The club's sponsor is Miss Pritchard. The officers of Future Nurses are Barb Kovarik, Program Chairman; Sue Meyers, Treasurer; Dede Davis, President; Jill Cochran, Secretary; Pat Yates, Point Chairman, j Lig te 4 i lity a...’ Biscriceé Future Teachers Association Future Teachers is an organ- ization whose purpose is to provide its members with information con- cerning thevarious fields of teaching. Mrs. Day and Mr. Asbury are the club's sponsors. The officers of Future Teachers are Marcella Dorsey, Secretary-Treasurer: Barb Caba n, President; Linda Meyers, Vice-President. Clubs a a 4 “a Z..] a om” Front Row: V. Castagna; M. Morrow; M., Allen; D. Davis; R. Schmidt. Back Row: D. Margherio; R, Pfeiffer; J, O'Donnell; T. Becker; N. Jones; P. Utechtt. Middle Row: D. Ax; N. Balke; K. Klette; M, Artrip; J. Kendall; R. Heflin. B Poneta: P. Yates: M. Peo; N. Tosovsky; J. Stubblefield; Interclub Counc Interclub Council is composed of the Officers presidents of the various school clubs who President ... - Mike Artrip are united to form a central body. The main Vice-President Nelson Balke purpose of the council is to unite the clubs Secretary ... . Toni Becker so that they may work together to better Treasurer ... . Toni Becker themselves as well as the school. The council is a relatively new idea, but it has proved itself very beneficial. The council's advisoris Mr, Foe, Social Studies Club The objective of the Social Studies Club is to discuss current events, geog- raphy, and various views on history. The club is open to any interested student. OFFICERS: President, Randy Schmidt; Vice-president, Winn Allison; Secretary-Treasurer, Linda Meyer; Sponsor, Miss Goeddel, , STUDENTS direct their atten- tion to the speaker, aan PAGE SPONSORS sae IMBER'S MEN'S WEAR a b DON OHL OFFICE SUPPLY DALE'S BARBER SHOP Problems! The Big Question”? Dramatics Club, Troupe 1534 of the National Thespian Society, is composed of juniors and seniors who desire a better understanding of the art of drama. Each year members put on various skits and plays for the entertainment of the student body and the public. Mrs. File is the sponsor. Officers of the Dramatics Club are Pam Hartung, Secretary; Chris Fruth, Vice-Presi- dent; Mary Allen, President; and Roger Blind, Treasurer, Left to right: Mary Allen, Vice-Presi- dent; Pat Potter, Treasurer; John O'Donnell, President; Judy Bernhardt, Secretary. Forensics Club Forensics Club is composed of those students who have taken or are taking Forensics in class. The members compete in various speech and debate contests throughout the year. Mrs. File is the sponsor, MRS, FILE explains an important point of interest. —- ies rt b , ® ’ ‘ PAGE SPONSORS BRUNNWORTH SALES AND SERVICE BRUCE O, FIEGENBAUM INSURANCE AGENCY WELLS TIRE SALES, INC. EDWARDSVILLE GLASS AND SEAT COVER SERVICE German Club officers are Virginia Hans, Vice- president; Monica Wallace, Secretary; Car la Pence, Treasurer; Mike Artrip, President, The main objective of the lan- guage clubs is to promote a better understanding of language and the people who speak it and to acquaint the students with the history of the country and its cultural ways. The members of each language club are required to be former students of that language. The sponsors are Mr, Shonkwiler, German Club; Mr, Dwyer, Spanish Club; Miss Cunningham, French Club; and Mrs, Estoppay, Latin Club. 4 ell Officers of the French Clubare Jim Terry, President; Mary Beth Fitzmaurice, Vice-president; Diane Waugh, Secretary; Patty Brubaker, Treasurer. You mean that says " Nestles” Crunch in French? Officers of the Spanish Club are Brad Bridwell, Vice-president; Karen Ontko, Secretary; Jim Clemons, President (not pictured): — Spanish Club Latin Club The Latin Club Officers are Gary Gebhart, Treasurer; Pam Felhauer, Vice-president; Jim Vanzo, Secre- I bet she doesn't know it either! tary; and Margaret Peo, President, 4 BIOLOGY CLUB officers, right to left: Dennis tary: Kenn Klette, President; Mike Rallo, Treasurer; Van Petten, Vice-president: Sponsor: Mr. Day. Englemann, Secre- and Steve Biological Science Club Biology Club is composed of students who are interested in the biological field of science. Speakers, films, and demon- strations are presented at the monthly meetings. Each is required to enter a project in the annual Science Fair held in the spring. member science Physical Science Club The Physical Science Club is design- ed for students who are interested in ex- tra works in the field of science, The members are expected to display a pro- ject at the Science Fair held every spring. Mr. Powell is the sponsor, Keith Eden, Treasurer; John O'Donnell, Vice-President; David Hans, President; Allen Neese, Secretary; experi- ment in the chemistry lab, HAROLD PATTON presents a program at a Physical Science Club meeting. oo 9 Ne ; : | a ie JUNIOR-SENIOR JUNIOR-SENIOR officersare Jeff Kendall, President: Denny Scarborough, Vice President: Greg Mudge, Treasurer. Mr, Kessinger, sponsor, Music Listening Clubs SOPHOMORE SOPHOMORE Officers are Tom Zoelzer, Vice President; Nancy Tosovosky, President; Dodie Ladd, Secretary; and Don Braasch, Treasurer. PAGE SPONSOR EDWARDSVILLE BARGAIN CENTER LANTZ HOMES INC. U a4 The officersofStampandCoinClubare Mark Speciale, secretary; Dave Margherio, president; Russell Moseley, treasurer; Mike Fitch, vice-president. . Ol n C | U b The Stamp and Coin Club was designed to give students an opportunity to improve x the use of their leisure time through the , promotion of worthwhile hobbies, such as ap ia stamp and coin collecting. The regular monthly meetings give members time to share their collections and exchange stamps and coins. The sponsor is Mr. Klaus. 7 eal | ¥ { Film Club Cinema 67, as EHS's newest club is known, provides students with worthwhile and inex- pensive entertainment in the form of movies. During the year, Cinema 67 presented Bell, Book, and Candle; Flower Drum Song; On The Waterfront; Pepe; and Hand in Hand. The sponsors are Mr. Paul and Mrs, Isaacs. The officers of Film Club are Randy Schmidt, vice-president; Susan Potter, treasurer: Wanda Oglesby, secretary; Carolyn Gueldner, president. The officers of the « } Bradbury, Treasurer; Nancy Nicol, Secretary; Patty Moore, President; Rosemary Landers, Vice-Presi- dent. Business Education Club A professional secretary talks to the members of the club. The purpose of the Busi- ness Education Club is to ac- quaint the members with the basic principles of business and to supplement the regular class instruction. Mrs, Vincent is the club's sponsor Math Club PRESIDENT, Vic Castagna, explains an example to John Stubblefield, Treas- urer; Jeanne Lovell, Secretary; and Nelson Balke, Vice-president. The Math Club fur- thers interest in math- ematics by studying in- teresting uses of math or unusual problems, The club's sponsor is Mr. Elam. JOHN has Wanda all tied up. 4 % I BET John knew the answer all the time. a Future Farmers of America THE OFFICERS of the Future Farmers of America are Arthur Helmkamp, Sentinel; Leon Dorsey, Secretary, Jim Heepke, Reporter; Roger Wilkening, Vice-President; Dennis Greenwood, Treasurer; and Roger Pfeiffer, President. Future Farmers of America is a club which is active on the local, sectional, and state levels. It gives its members an opportunity to meet and study modern farm machinery and techniques. The mem- bers also sell pop corn during the foot- ball and basketball seasons. The sponsor is Mr. Seibert. ra ey 1. somes PAGE SPONSOR BANK OF EDWARDSVILLE The organization is known as a chapter since it is a part of the Future Homemakers of America. Anyone who is taking a home economics course or has completed one year of work is eligible for membership. Mrs. Kuethe is sponsor, OFFICERS: Vice-Presidents: Bev Bazaillion, Vickie Stewart, Kathie Hendricks. President: Pam Utechtt; Treasurer: Sherry Wiegand; Secretary:Bev Bartels (not shown in picture) Girls' Gymnastics is a new activity designed to give sophomore, junior, and senior girls an op- portunity to develop an active interest inthe sport of gymnastics. Even though this is its first year as girls’ sport, it has made great progress and promises to become a pop- ular sports activity at E.H.S. The club's sponsor is Coach Klaus. AMATEURS study the pros, Above: GYMNASTICS looks interesting!!! Below: Lynn Bulmer " tucks " for a flip as Kathy and Linda " Spot, " Girls’ Gymnastics Fencing Club Fencing Club was or- ganized to introduce’ the Left to right: S, Mudge, P, Simson, C, Schmidt, N, Gerdt, Coach Klaus, C, historical art of fencing to Fultz, M. Dean, K. Bishop, S, House. interested students. The girls find it is an enjoyable body conditioning sport as well as a defensive one. OFFICERS: President, Cindy Warhol; Vice- President, Carla Schmidt; Secretary, Sue House; Treasurer, Kay Bishop; Sponsor, Coach Klaus, OFFICERS: President, Roger Blind; Vice- President, Bob Pendergrass; Sec- retary, Steve Zika; Treasurer, " Scrappy " Jackson SPONSORS: Mr, Price (1), Mr. Gregor (r.) Lettermen’s Club Lettermen's Club is composed of those boys who have won avarsity letter in their respective sport. The main Below: HILIGHTS of the Lettermen-Faculty Basket- objective is to provide good sportsman- bad: Cama. ship among the athletes and the student body. a GAA OFFICERS: geen — ey —— ee : ele tT) aad ee eI eed a Toni Becker, Vice-President; Pat Yates, - President; Nola Jones, Point Chairman; Karen Combs, Historian; Mary Jane Peradotti, Treasurer; Judy Bernhardt, Secretary. Girls’ Athletic Association Mrs. Marilynn Weidner, sponsor of GAA, searches for some worthy pledge to wipe off the tables. GAA members participate in activities which they are not able to enjoy fully in the regular physical education classes, Members also check coats at the basketball games. For extra en- joyment members are eligible to attend the regular functions of the association, which are Dad and Daughter Party, Initation Supper, Bike Hike, Mother and Daughter Party, Date Night, and the Senior Slumber Party. Jayne Watson and Tanya Collins entertain at the initiation. 223 54, tw . ’ ; Pi § ,® . sd) = — i = - fi From the initiation skit---to a fast moving game of volleyball PERSONALITY PLUS SHOP DON COFFMAN INSURANCE ROHRKASTE'S DIARY DARREL G. MCDONALD, PHOTOGRAPHER Chess Club offers students an opportunity to learn the basic principles of chess and to apply them by playing with other club members. The club's sponsors are Mr. Hindelang and Mr. Ott. CHESS Club B officers, Steve Cunningham- Vice-president and Mark Warhol-President , complete a game of chess. Chess Club CHESS CLUB A officers are Bill Poneta, President; Kathy Lambert, Secretary-Treasurer: and Enno Harms, Vice- president. MASS concentration! MIKE thinks about his next move. a, ” i 3 (4 Table Tennis Club Table Tennis is for those students interested in learning the skills of table tennis and A competing with other members = ae . of the club. The club's sponsor is Mr. Draper. GROUP A officers, left to right: Brent Wohlford, President; Judy Sievers, Secretary; Debbie Paur, Vice-president; and Janis Rizzoli, Treasurer, BOB returns the serve. GROUP B officers, left to right: Mark Ostendorf, Secretary; Leisa Mihalic, President; Jill Cochran, Vice-president; and Dave Cunningham, Treasurer. PAGE SPONSOR @ FIRST FEDERAL SAVINGS AND LOAN £ OFFICERS of Card Club are Jim Terry, President; Rick Holshouser, Vice-president; and Marilyn Richardson, Sec- retary-Treasurer. Card Club offers students the opportunitytolearn how to play various card games. It is a new Clubthis year and is spon- sored by Mr. Oliver. Bridge Club BRIDGE Club officers are Carol Gerdt, Treasurer; Jill Kohli, Vice-president; and Jim Brunnworth, President. Not pictured is Mike Allaria, Secretary. The purpose of the Bridge Club is to teach students how to play bridge through instruction and group playing. The club's sponsors are Mr. and Mrs. Gregor. Archery Club The purpose of Archery Clubis to allow interested students tolearn the basic skills of archery and to practice them. The club's sponsor is Mrs. Weidner. WEIDNER adds up the points. " FIRE at will! " Photography Club PHOTOGRAPHY CLUB officers are Dennis Greenwood, Vice-president; Marsha Rombach, Secretary; Dan Ax, President; and Gary Jellen, Treasurer. Photography Club mem- bers are taught the use of the camera and the techniques of picture taking. Mr. Gibson is the club's sponsor, ATHLETICS Tiger Squad--ROW ONE: Kevin Krotz, Steve Reinhardt Phil Mathews, Jim Marti, Dave MacDonough, Greg Anderson. ROW TWO: Keith Baer, Joe Rieger, Gene Moore, Tom Newton, Mike Henderson, Joe Leitner, Kevin Pelhank, ROW THREE: Jim “67” Tiger Football TIGE TIGE TIGE Working on a plan of attack are Coach Mel Keuthe, Head Coach Paul Fuchs, and Coach Dick Ford rIGE TIGE TIGE Bill Kibikas. TIGE Vanzo, Dan Hamilos, Bill Huntress, Bob Meintrup, Bill Schmidt, ROW FOUR: Donald Harvil, John Towell, Jim Wallace, Glen Rogers, David Cullipher, Scott Aljets. SEASON RECORD MADISON BELLVILLE ALTOFF WOOD RIVER COLLINSVILLE ST. LOUIS ALTON GRANITE BELLEVILLE WEST ROXANA ROW ONE: Tom Barr, Bob Pendergrass, Gary Garner, Steve Kurt Yeager, Roy Burton, Rodney Gilbert, Mike Allaria. ROW Cunningham, Roger Blind, Jerry Gordon, ROW TWO: Joe Hotz, FOUR: Ralph Johnson, Thomas Altefogt, Tad Armstrong, Roger Johnson, Larry Freitag, Jerry Dean, Ed Piper, Bill Eddie Linn, Bob Lytle, Rich Mareing. Dean, Dennis Henry, ROW THREE: Mike Aljets, Dave Triebes, Tigers in Action Top Ground gainer for the Tigers, Bill Dean plunges Every inch counts as the Tigers plunge across the line to through the line on an Off Tackle Shot. score - - OuoDmrsr rre rpwaoon - LETTER WINNERS--ROW ONE--Bob Pendergrass, Greg Anderson, Jerry Gordon. ROW TWO--Dave McDonough, Roger Blind, Steve Cunningham, Steve Reinhardt, Jim Marti, Gary Garner. ROW THREE-- Dennis Henry, Bill Dean, Larry Freitag, Gene Moore, Jerry Dean, Tom Barr, Joe Hotz, Joe Leitner. ROW FOUR--Roy Burton, Mike Aljets, Tom Newton, Joe Rieger, Mike Henderson, Mike Allaria, ROW FIVE-- Bob Meintrup, Bill Schmidt, Bill Kibikas, Kevin Krotz, Keith Baer. (eft) Top Tacklers of The Tiger Team this season were linebackers Joe Leitner and Joe Rieger. Pendergrass and Greg Anderson. , : - right Team Co-Captains; Bob Pende CE PAGE SPONSOR INTERNATIONAL EXECUTIVES, INC. gures-= p aeay VARSITY Front Row: B, Jurgena, M, Combs, R., Burroughs, J. Eberle, D, Scarborough, Manager Weber, G. Wallace, M. O'Laughlin, Back Row: R, Eberle. Coach K, Freeland, J, Paoni, B, Lautner, D, The Tigers began their season on Sep- tember 5 with a triangular meet against Cross Country Triad and Mater Dei. The Tigers placed third in the meet, Although all last year's letter winners were underclassmen, only three lettermen returned to Coach Free- land's squad. The varsity squad consisted Ray Weber battles two runners for a better of three seniors, five juniors, and two position. sophomores. The Tigers finished 19th at : the Edwardsville meet, 5that the conference meet, and 7th at the district meet. Bob Jurgena and Garland Wallace, running stride for stride, overtake an opposing runner, Run! Run! Then run a little more, PAGE SPONSORS H M SPORTING GOODS ILLINOIS LUMBER CO. INC. EDWARDSVILLE IMPLEMENT Tom Kribs also par- ticipated in the soph- omore division ofthe Edwardsville Invita- tional, Mark O'Laughlin receives a trophy for his thirteenth place finish in the sophomore division of the Edwards- ville Invitational. JUNIOR VARSITY Front row: J. Paoni, D. Coach Freeland, F, Stinson, G, Black, J, Vest, Burroughs, M, Vadalabene, T. Kribs, Back row: S, Renken, Manager R, Eberle. et ’ ot oe J G til fe " i . i = rs ; Who said cross country was a sport for the individual? Big invitationals, such as the Edwardsville Invitational, generally attract over one hundred and fifty runners. Bob Lautner and all cross country runners find there are times when only will- Coach Freeland power keeps them going. before a meet. gives advice and encouragement to Scott Renken ROW ONE: Mark Peterson-95, Wayne Augsburger-103, Greg Lewis-112, Kevin Engbretson- 120, Larry Freitag-127, Rich Crump-133, ROW TWO; Steve Moore-138, Larry Creek-145, Lonnie Kovarik-154, Joe Leitner-165, John Kruschik-180, Mike Aljets-Heavy Weight. Tiger Wrestling “67” ROW ONE: Charlie Hall-95, Randy Bennette-103, Dan Ezell-112, Dwight Brown-120, John Small 127, Ken Zeisset-133, Dave Cullipher-138, Larry Ellison-145, John Paoni-154, Jim Sims-165, Dan Ax-180, Ralph Johnson-Heavy Weight, Bill Kibikas-Heavy Weight. Larry Creek, 145, improves : Lonnie Kovarik, 154, rides his record. out his man for the win. Steve Moore, 138, goes a pinning combination. Heavy Weight, Mike Aljets, has his hands full here! Junior, Joe Leitner, 165, John Kruschik, 180, ties up breaks down his opponent. with Roxana, Greg Lewis, 112, takes down Wayne Augsburger, at 103, his man at Roxana. ‘ ends with a winning record. Mark Peterson, 95, makes good as a sophomore. Coach Mel Kuethe leads the Tigers through an- other winning season, Rich Crump, 133, recorded most victories at the end of the season. Junior, Larry Freitag, holds Kevin Engbretson, 120, down the 127 spot. gains experience asa sophomore. PAGE SPONSOR EDWARDSVILLE AUTO DEALERS Front Row: Manager Randy Schmidt (V); Jerry Schwear (V); Jim Jackson (V); Jon Harris (JV); David Peek (JV); John Busker (JV); Dennis Erlick (JV); Vince Jason (V); Dave Gather; Manager Dick Burroughs (JV) Back Row: Coach Ken Freeland (JV); Bill Huntress (JV) : Gary Spiller (V); Marlin Gusewelle (V); Tom Dezort (V); Phil Cooper (JV); Bill Schmidt (JV); Jim Brunnworth; Coach Bob Gregor (V). Tiger Basketball This season the Tigers moved into the top ranks of basketball withtheir well- balanced attack-equally strong on offense and defense. The Tigers finished second only to Collinsville in the conference standings--one of the highest positions the team has occu- pied in years. Even though individual members of the team had outstanding nights, the winning season was a team effort. Highlights of the season were the Tigers' near upset of Collinsville on Collinsville's home court and " Scrappy " Jackson's record breaking total of forty-five points against Belleville West. Highland Belleville East Cahokia Alton Wood River Granite City Champaign Mc Leansboro Thorton Metropolis Belleville West Quincy East St. Louis Madison Collinsville Alton Wood River Granite City Belleville West Collinsville East St. Louis Roxana Centralia Right: Marlin Gusewelle grabs the rebound during a game against the Quincy Blue Devils. Left: Jerry Schwear tries to dribble past two opponents in the same game. Sophomore 7 : Basketball Front Row: Jon Harris; Dennis Erlich, Phil Marcus; Tad Brunnworth; Tom Harrell. Back Row: Scott Renken; John Armstrong; Neal Hayes; Dan Hamilos, Middle Row: Dave Abott; Coach Hindelang; Bill Huntress; Tom Kribs; Manager Treibes; Mark O'Laughlin; Don Braash; Ray Eberle; Dan Fritz Stinson. Front Row; Dennis Greenwood; Greg Cox; Randy Williams; Jerry Poole; Gerry Gordon; Trey Mudge; Mike Cooper; Charles Rogers; Doug Kiefer; Jim Clemons. Back Row: Rich Gillig. Not Shown: John Noto; Dennis St. John. ° The 1966-67 season proved to be out- G y m Nn a S t | ‘te standing for Coach Bruno Klaus's gymnastics team. Even though it was only the second year of competition, the Tigers recorded seven victories and no losses. The team was first in the Southwestern Gymnastics Conference. The outstanding gymnast was Jim Clemons, who had a total of twenty-six firsts. PAGE SPONSOR CHUCK SCHMIDT INSURANCE, INC. Bruno Klaus, coach of the Tiger Gym- nastics Team, is an outstanding gymnast in his own right. In 1959, while a member of the S.IL.U. Varsity Gymnastics Team, he won the National Junior A,A.U, Championship in all- around high bar and long horse, In 1961 and 1962 Klaus was National Collegiate All- American Champion in the high bar and long horse, respectively. Also in 1962 he was member of the A,A.U, World Championship Team. Most recently he was a member of the A.A.U. team that toured Africa and Europe in the summer of 1966, ACTIVITIES “ ‘ ‘ ao’ ‘ ‘ ‘i . 1 The Bald Soprano Mrs. Smith Robin Seal Mr. Smith Tom Allen Mrs. Martin Mary Allen Mr. Martin Chuck Coffman Fire Chief Mark Laaser Maid Chris Fruth Dramatics Club eau |) One-Act Plays EICKMANN STUDIO PAGE SPONSOR: The Lesson Professor James Horstman Pupil Carolyn Gueldner Maid Debbie Bode Junior Play " It Couldn't Happen to a Nicer Girl " Cast Mrs. Mason Maudie Sylvia JOy Alix Lysbeth Julie Mrs. White Lucia Lamkin Marie Steelman Virginia Hans Irene Thatcher Marilyn Tretter Carla Schmidt Chris Weber Chris Clarkin Mrs. Allen Mrs. Day Margaret Mr. Mason Davy Kathy Engelmann Martha Morrow Diana Seivers Bryon Walter Danny Ax Peter Bradbury Mark Laaser Vic Kreuiter Christmas A Cappella Choir ‘k Junior Boys' Ensemble Senior Girls' Choir i) Pa Oey se “248 tg et A fe : el: ae ateuah iv a, bY —— .h -— or ee ae a. ‘ ; ¥ VOUS san tiene E i ae “ = : Th : ; =f - Pe ees op he ‘ — v P ty € cio SS Sy x ag! a ¢ Concert rat at 4 ae ety 2 3 » ' a 4 i, , a : 4 .) d } “| Am “a ‘ ‘hs Y v id. Junior Girls' Choir Above: New mem bers receive their robes from choir officers. Left: Vice-President Bob Lynch calls roll. A Cappella Choir Robing PAGE SPONSORS EDWARDSVILLE FROZEN FOOD PLETCHER FUNERAL HOME BURMESTER PAPER AND PAINT COMPANY RENKEN'S STORE FOR MEN Cheerleaders? Powderpuff Basketball Game On January 30 the junior and senior girls met ina head on, action-packed basketball game for the March of Dimes. The game was a com- plete success with the seniors winning 25- 15. Homecoming Upper left and right: Homecoming skit, ''Tiger- man " , Middle left: Referee receives game ball from Queen Candidates before game. Middle right: Last year's Queen, Diane Allaria, and her escort, Dennis Kiefer, Lower left: New Queen, Diane Waugh, and Royal Escort, Dave McDonough. Lower right: John Butler carries crown to the new Queen, Special Attendants Senior Attendants Carolyn Gueldner Leisa Mihalic Roger Blind Tom Pulliam Kathy Barnhart, Tom Dezort Homecoming Patty Brubaker, Tadd Armstrong Sophomores Juniors Wanda Oglesby, Mike Henderson Jacki Finke, Brad Bridwell Attendants Bobbi Best, Robert Meintrup Shelly Randall, Dale Keller Escort Dave McDonough " . 7 oe. » ih a. er ta el " a . ; ; x eee P= eet RCS Pa : te ‘ TEATS NR Pe Nera es Portraits Front Row: Herbert Brockmeier, Secretary; Roy Fruit, Paul Heepke, Second Row: Chester Buchta; Wendelin Pass; President; A. Gordon Dodds, Superintendent Of Schools; Gary Coffee; Nich Hamilos; Willard Pfeiffer Principal Mr. Thomas Butler, Principal Mr. Rue Foe, Assistant Principal, Dean of Boys Miss Elsie Sloan, Dean of Girls, Counselor OFFICE STAFF: Miss Becker Mrs. Firnhaber Mrs. Roseberry Mrs. Borgstede CAFETERIAL STAFF: Mrs. Long, Mrs. Paproth, Mrs. Kirchner,Mrs. Meyer, Mrs. Van Hooser, Mrs. Neuhaus, Mrs. Clark, Mrs. Carpenter, Mrs. Grosenheider. JANITORIAL STAFF: Mr. Robinson, Mr. Weigand, Mr. Bowles, Mr. Johnson, Mr. Holtman, Mrs, Strassen, Mr. Bernicky, Mr. Jackson. Not pictured: Mr. Neubauer. Betty Elaine Halbe August 16, 1949--June 4, 1966 William Michael Lash July 19, 1949--October 25, 1966 IN MEMORIAM Betty Halbe and Mike Lash, who would have graduated with the Class of 1967, are greatly missed by their fellow class- mates. Seniors We entered high school in 1964 as a very unimpressive class, but we have risen probably even higher than the average in con- tributing our just share of talent to every phase of high school activity. Our scholastic ranking shows that we stand among those not to be overlooked; and we also have shared the limelight in athletics and dramatics. Having been one of the first classes to enjoy the benefits of the new addition, we shall some day look with regret on the day we turned our backs on E.H.S. SENIOR CLASS OFFICERS: President-Steve Reinhardt; Vice president-Mike Artrip; Secretary-Carol Ketcham; Treasurer-Jeanne Lovell. » f | he ae PL rr h ea ces = | j ie GREGG ABERT Band 2,3; Music Lis- tening Club 2,3,4; Chess 4; Track 2. WINN ALLISON Band 2,3,4; " Tiger Times " 3,4; (photo- grapher 4), Junior Play 3; German Club 2; Social Studies Club 3,4; (vice-pres), Pho- tography Club 4; Physical Science Club 2; Chess 3, MIKE ARTRIP Prom Committee 3; Vice-pres. of Senior Class, Junior Play 3; German Club 3,4; (Pres, 4), Dramatics Club 4; Physical Sci- ence Club 3; Interclub Council 4;(Pres,) Pep Clu b 4, GEORGE ABRAM WAYNE AUGSBURGER Latin Club 2; Math Club 3; Lettermen's Club 4;Biological Science Club 3,4; Physical Science Club 2 a " hs i a4 7 G ’ — e. a U Fee KAREN ALBERTER Chorus 2,3; " Tiger Times " 3,4; Prom Committee 3; Home- coming Court 2-maid 4-queen candidate G.A.A, 2,3,4; French Club 2,3; Social Stu- dies Club 3,4; Music Listening Club 2; Chess 4; Tiger Town 3,4. PHIL AYLWARD Technicians Club 3; Audio-Visual Club 3; Table Tennis Club 4, " Fe MARY ALLEN Band 2,3; (Sec. 3), Prom Committee 3; G.A.A, 3,4; National Honor Society 3,4; Junior Play 3; Senior Play 4; Latin Club 2; (vice-pres,), Social Studies Club 3; Fo- rensics Club 4;(vice- pres.) Dramatics Club 3,4; (Pres. 4), F.T.A. 2; Interclub Council 4; Pep Club 2,4. GREG ANDERSON " Tiger " 4; (business manager), Prom Committee 3; Student Council 4; Junior Play 3; German Club 2; Math Club 3; Letter- men's Club 4; Dra- matics Club 4; Phys- ical Science Club 2; Pep Club 4; Chess 3; Football 2,3,4; (foot- ball co-captain 4), Tennis 2,3,4; Golf Team 4, JAMES BAILY FRANCIS BAKER French Club 2; F.T.A, 3,4. DIANA BARFIELD Chorus 2,4; F.H.A, 2, 3,4. LYNDA BARNETT Chorus 2,3,4; French Club 2; Business Edu- cation Club 3,4; Pep Club 4, CINDY BALSTER Chorus 2; Chorus En- semble 3,4; Latin Club 2; Business Edu- cation Club 3; Music Listening Club 4, MIKE BARTELS " Tiger Times " 2,3,4; German Club 2; Arch- ery Club 4, NELSON BALKE Prom Committee 3; Pres, of the Junior Class, Student Coun- cil 2,3,4; (vice-pres.) 4;), National Honor Society 3,4; Math Club 2,3,4; (treas, 3, vice- -pres. 4), Biological Science Club 3,4; Physical Science Club 2; Interclub Council 3,4; (vice- pres, 4). LYNN BARTH G.A,A, 2; French Club 2,4; Business Edu- cation Club 3,4; Music Listening Club 2; Pep Club 2. LINDA BARBIERI Prom Committee 3; G.A,A, 2,3; Foren- sics Club 4; Music Listening Club 2; Art Club 2,3,4; (sec. 4). CINDY BARNES JOHN BAUMANN Archery Club 4; Table Tennis Club 3; Soph. year -- La Cruces School, New Mexico RICH BEARDEN Band 2,3,4; Tech- nicians’ Club 3; Fo- rensics Club 4; Mu- sic Listening Club 2; Dramatics Club 3,4, PAM BLACK Chorus 2; " Tiger Times " 4; (cartoon- ist), G.A,A, 4; Spanish Club 2,3; (Pres, 2), Social Studies Club 4; Library Club 2,3,4; (sec. 3) Chess 4, PAT BLEIKAMP Band 4; " Tiger Times " 4; French Club 2; Music Lis- tening Club 3; Music Theory 3. Ye rn. we — Eo VS - 7 2 -+-s TONI BECKER Chorus 2,3; Soph. En- semble, Prom Com- mittee 3; Math Club 4; Math Team 2,3; Treas. of Junior Class, J.V. Cheer- leader 3; Varsity Cheerleader 4; G,A,A, 2,3,4; (vice- pres, 4), National Honor Society 3,4; German Club 2,3; Li- brary Club 2,3,4; (pres, 4), Interclub Council 4; (sec.-tres. 4), ROGER BLIND Band 2; A Cappella Choir 3,4; Chorus 2; Ensembles 2,3; " Tiger Times " 4; Homecoming Court 2, 4; (attendent) Music Listening Club 2; (treas, 2), Letter- men's Club 4; (Pres.) Dramatics Club 3,4; (treas.) F.T.A, 2; (treas,), Interclub Council 4; Pep Club 2; Football 2,3,4; Base- ball 2,3,4; Home- coming Skit 3, CONNIE BENSHEIMER Choir 2,3,4; G.A,A. 4; French Club 3; Mu- sic Listening Club 4; F.N.A, 4, DEBORAH BODE Choir 2,3,4; GAA. 2,3,4; Spanish Club 2,3; Dramatic'’s Club 3,4; Pep Club 4, JUDY BERHARDT A Cappella Choir 4; Jr. Girls’ Choir 3; (sec, 3), Ensembles 3,4; Prom Committee 3; G.A.A, 2,3,4; (sec. 4) Latin Club 2; Fo- rensics Club 3,4; (sec, 4), Music Lis- tening Club 3; Dra- matics Club 4; F.N.A, 2,3; Pep Club 2,4. RICK BLAKE Photography Club 3,4, SHARON BORTH Library Club 3,4, RACHEL BOWENS Band 2; G,A,A, 2,3,4; SARAH BRADBURY Band 3; GAA, 4; French Club 3; Social Studies Club 4; Bus- iness Education Club 4; Pep Club 4, DON BRUNNWORTH Math Club 4; Table Tennis Club4;Cross Country 2,3; 2,3. Track CHRIS BULMER G,A,A, 2,3,4; Spanish Club 2,3; (treas, 2), Social Studies Club 4; Chess 4, GARY BULLARD A Cappella Choir 3,4; Archery Club 4; Chess 4, SUZY BROWER Chorus 2,3,4; " Tiger Times " 4; Latin Club 2,3,4; F.N.A. 2,3,4; Cafeteria Helper 4, DIANA BUNT Band 2,3,4; Business Education Club 4; Table Tennis Club 3; MARGARET BROWN G.A.A, 2,4. JIM BRUNNWORTH A Cappella Choir 3,4; Chorus 2; Letter- men's Club 3,4; Bridge Club 4;(Pres.) Interclub Council 4; Baseball 2,3,4; Bas- ketball 2,3,4, CHARLES BURJES Band 2; Chorus 4; French Club 2,3,4; Pep Club 4; Table Tennis 4; Track 4; Film Club 4, DAVEY BUSCH Lettermen's Club 3,4; Bridge Club 4; Track 2; Football 3, BARBARA CABAN A Cappella Choir 3,4; Chorus 2; Ensembles 3; Prom Committee 3; G.A,A, 2,3,4; Stu- dent Council 4; Latin Club 2,3; Social Stu- dies Club 3,4; F.T.A, (sec, 3; Pres, 4) In- terclub Council 4; Pep Club 2,4, RONNIE CARTWRIGHT F.F.A, 2,3,4. BONNIE BURNS VIC CASTAGNA Math Team 2,3; Na- tional Honor Society 3,4; Math Club 2,3,4; (Pres, 3,4), Biolog- ical Science Club 4; Physical Science Club 2; Interclub Council 3,4; Chess 3; (Pres.) Basketball 2; Cross Country 3. MARILYN BURNETT Chorus 2,4; F,H.A, 2; Music Listening Club 4, JANIE CATO A Cappella Choir 4; Choir 2,3; Ensembles 4; Music Listening Club 2,3,4. LINDA BURK A Cappella Choir, Chorus 2; Ensembles 2,3,4; Office Helper 3,4; Spanish Club 2, 3; Music Listening Club 3,4; F.N.A, 4 CAROLYN CARTWRIGHT Business Education Club 4, MARTHA CHAPMAN Prom Committee 3; G,A.A, 2; French Club 2,3; Social Studies Club 4; Table Tennis 3; Chess 4, RAYDINE CHESTER A Cappella Choir 3, 4; Chorus 2; Ensem- bles 4; Prom Com- mittee 3; Vice-pres, of the Soph. Class Student Council 2,3; Business Education Club 4; F.N.A, 2,3,4. FHA, 4, CHARLES COFFMAN A Cappella Choir 3, 4; Chorus 2; All- District Chorus 4; " Tiger Times " 3,4; Sportseditor, Prom Committee 3; Junior Play 3; French Club 3; Forensics Club 4; Dramatics Club 4; Pep Club 4; Baseball 2; Basketball 2; Op- eretta 3,4, DONNA COOK Band 2,3,4; French Club 2; Music Lis- tening Club 3; Art club 4; Pep Club 2; Table Tennis 3; Girls’ Gymnastic 4; Crea- tive Writing (SIT) 2. BOB COOK PAM CLEVELAND - — At a Ww JILL COCHRAN Prom Committee 3; G,A,A, 2,3,4; Spanish Club 2; F.N.A, 3,4; (sec, 4), Pep Club 2,4. Table Tennis 3,4; (vice-pres. 3), MARJORIE COOPER Band 2; A Cappella Choir 3,4; Chorus 2; Ensembles 2,3,4; (Madrigals), Opereta 3; Prom Committee 3; Homecomin g Court 2; G.A,A, 2,3,4; Student Council 2,3,4;(scribe 3, Sec. 4), National Honor Society 3,4; French Club 2; Social Studies Club2,3,4; F.T.A. 4; Biological Science Club 3; (sec. 3), Student Handbook 2,3. PAUL COCHRAN KAREN COMBS A Cappella Choir 3,4; Chorus 2; G,A,A, 2,3, 4; (Hist. 4), Latin Club 2; (sec.), Math Club 4: Forensics Club 3; Music Listening Club 3,4; F.N.A. 2,3; (Sec. 3), Pep Club 2, MIKE COOPER GREG COX Band 2; Math Club 3; Music Listening Club 2; Lettermen'’s Club 4; Stamp and Coin Club 3,4; Gymnastic Team 3,4, DARRELL DANKENBRING F.F.A, 2,3,4; JOHN DARNELL " Tiger Times " 4; Spanish Club 3; Arch- ery Club 3,4, EP, DAVID CUNNINGHAM Spanish Club 2,3; Table Tennis Club 4; Chess 3; Card Club 4; LARRY CREEK Lettermen's Club 3,4, DEDE DAVIS Chorus 2; " Tiger " 3, 4; Prom Committee 3; G.A,A, 2,4; Student Council 4; French Club 2,3; F.N.A, 2,3, 4; (Pres. 4), Inter- club Council 4; Bridge Club 4, SHIRLEY DAVIS STEVE CUNNINGHAM A Cappella Choir 3,4; Chorus 2; Ensembles 2; Prom Committee 3; Forensics Club 3; Lettermen's Club 4 ; Archery Club 2; Pep Club 2; Chess 3,4; (Vice-pres, 4), Foot- ball 2,4; Golf 3,4; Wrestling 2; Track 2; Homecoming Skit 3; Operetta 3, MIKE DAPPERT Spanish Club 3; Social Studies Club 4; Chess 3,4. VIOLA DAVIS Office Helper, Busi- ness Education Club 4, - aid Kal BILL DAVIS A Cappella Choir, Chorus 2;French Club 2; Archery Club 9 Se MARGARET DOERSAM CINDY DUNCAN Prom Committee 3; Spanish Club 2,3; Li- brary Club 2,3,4; F.N.A, 4; Pep Club CATHY DAWES Band 2,3,4; Art Club 2,3,4; (V. Pres. 4), Pep Club 4, SCOTT DUTTON Chorus 2; Audio- Visual Aids Club 2,3, 4; Archery 2. JOHN DAWSON BEV DYCUS Chorus 2,3; Prom Committee 3; Dean's Helper 2,3; F.N.A, 2, 3,4; Pep Club 2, JOHN DODSON BOB DONNER Lettermen's Club 3, 4;Stampand Coin Club 3,4; Golf Team 3,4; Baseball 2; (manager ), CINDY ECKERT KEITH EDEN Band 2,3,4; Math Club 4; Physical Science Club 4; Stamp and Coin 3, KATHRYN ELLISON F,H.A, 4, DENNIS ENGELMANN Prom Committee 3; Class Officers, Vice President 3; Student Council 3; French Club 2; Math Club 2,3, 4; Biological Science Club 3,4; (Secre- tary 4). ARTHUR EDWARDS JO ANN ERLICH Chorus 2,3; G,A,A, 2,3; Library Club 3, VALDON EIDSMORE A Cappella Choir 3,4; Ensembles 4; (Mad- rigals),, Prom Com- mittee 3; Stanford High 2; French Club 3; Social Studies Club 4; Chess 4. LARRY FAUVER German Club 2; Audio-Visual Aids Club 2; Archery Club 4; Stamp and Coin Club 3; Chess 3, DAN ELLIS Photography Club 3; Table Ten nis 4. RICH ENGELKE Latin Club 2; Pep Club 2; Table Tennis 4; Card Club 4, PAM FISCHER Chorus 3,4; Prom Com mittee 2,3;Social Studies Club 3,4; Mu- sic Listening Club 3, 4; Art Club 2,3,4; Pep Club 4; Girls' Gym- nastics 4; Chess Club 3. é x | MARY BETH FITZMAURICE Prom Committee 3; G,A,A, 4; French Club 3,4; (vice-pres, 4), Chess 3,4; Film Club 4; Tiger Town 4;Sac- red Heart High, Memphis, Tenn. 2. NORMA GANZ Chorus 2,3; G,A,A, 2; Music Listening Club 3; Pep Club 3, GARY GARNER Football 2,3,4, GARY FLEMING French Club 4; Table Tennis 4; Chess 4; Gymnastics 4; Collinsville High, Collinsville, Mlinois 2. 3. BILL GARRISON VERNON FOX Junior Play 3; German Club 2; Math Club 3,4; Biological Science Club 3,4, PAT GASS Prom Committee 3; Math Team 2,3; Latin Club 2; Math Club 2, 3,4; Biological Sci- ence Club 2; Chess 3,4. CHRIS FRUTH A Cappella Choir 3,4; Chorus 2; Ensembles 2,3; Madrigals; " Tiger Times " 3,4; Prom Committee 3; G,A,A, 2,4; Junior Play 3; French Club 2; Social Studies Club 3; Music Listening Club 2; (sec.), Dramatics Club 3,4; (vice-pres,. 4), Pep Club 4; (vice- Pres,), Homecoming Skit 3,4; Operetta 3; Dramatics Club Play 3; Prom Announcer 3; All District Choir 4, JEAN GARDE G.A.A, 2; Student Council 2; Music Lis- tening Club 2; Li- brary Club 3; F.T.A, 2; Art Club 4; Pep Club 2; Chess 4; Creative Writing (SIT) 4; Student Li- brarian 3, JOYCE GAU Band 2,3; All District Band 3; G,A,A, 2,3,4; Junior Play 3; Latin Club 2; Math Club 2; F.T.A, 2; Biological Science Club 3; Pep Club 2; Creative Writing (SIT) 4; Bridge Club 4; Film Club 4, SUE GENGLER Chorus 2,3; Prom Committee 3; G,A.A, 2,3; Junior Play 3; German Club 2; Bio- lagical Science Club 2,3; Pep Club 2; Cre- ative Writing (SIT) 4; Bridge Club 4; Film Club 4, CAROL GIBERSON Chorus 2,3,4; Ensem- bles 2; Business Edu- cation Club 4; Pep Club 2. LINDA GILDERSLEEVE DAVID GENTEMAN JUDY GILMORE Office Helper 3,4; Spanish Club 2; Bus- iness Education Club 4; F.H.A, 2; Pep Club 4, a] ) a . ; bors 1 | m 7 CAROL GERDT Chorus 2; G,A,A, 2; Junior Play 3; Ger- man Club 2,3; Foren- sics Club 3; Biolog- ical Science Club 2; Physical Science Club 3; Creative Writing (SIT) 4; Bridge Club 4; Film Club 4, JEAN GRAUNKE Chorus 2,4; Prom Committee 3; Latin Club 3; Music Lis- tening Club 2,4; Pep Club 4; Creative Writing (SIT) 4; Film Club 4, - =o wT. = + SANDRA GIARDINA PAT GIBSON Chorus 2,3,4; Prom Committee; Business Education Club 4; Art Club 2,3. SHIELA GREBEL Prom Committee 3; G.A,A, 2,3,4; French Club 4; Business Edu- cation Club 3; Music Listening Club 2; F.T.A, 2; Pep Club 2,4; Table Tennis 3; Creative Writing (SIT) 4; Film Club 4, ee pwr . LINDA GRECO Chorus 2,3,4; G,A,A, 2; Spanish Club 2; Dramatics Club 3,4; Biological Science Club 2; Table Tennis 3; Girl's Gymnastic 4, WAYNE GUSEWELLE Chorus 2;A Cappella Choir 3,4; Ensembles 2; Music Listening Club 3,4, DIANE HAMILOS Chorus 2,3,4; German Club 2,3,4; Business Education Club 4; Mu- sic Listening Club 3. or ws ‘ay CAROL GREEN Chorus 2,3; Music Listening Club 3; Pep Club 2, DAVID HANS Band 2,4; A Cappella Choir 3,4; Ensembles 2,3,4; (Madrigals) Math Club 2,3,4; Physical Science Club 2,3,4; (Pres, 4), In- terclub Council 4, LINDA GREGOR Band 2; Prom Com- mittee 3; G,A,A, 4; French Club 3; Social Studies Club 3; Math Club 2; Biolagical Science Club 2; Table Tennis 4; Bridge Club 4, BILL HARGRAVE Chorus 3,4; Chess 3, 4, CAROLYN GUELDNER Prom Committee 3; Homecoming Court 2, 4; Cheerleading 2,3,4; G,A,A, 2,3,4; Office Helper 4; Junior Play 3; French Club (vice- pres.), Music Listen- ing Club 2; Dramat- ics Club 3,4; Pep Club 2,4; Table Tennis 3; Film Club 4; (Pres.). EDGAR HALL ENNO HARMS Table Tennis 3; Stamp and Coin 4; Chess 3, 4; (Vice-pres. 4), Y PAT HARRELL A Cappella Choir 4; Chorus 2,3; Ensem- bles 3; Dean's Helper 4; German Club 2,3; (Treas, 2), Art Club 4; Biolagical Science Club 3; Physical Sci- ence Club 2; Creative Writing (SIT) 4; (Treas, 4), PAM HARTUNG A Cappella Choir 3,4; (Treas, 4), Chorus 2; Ensembles 2,3; Mad- rigals, " Tiger Times " 4; Prom com- mittee 3; G.A,A, 2,3, 4; Student Council 4; German Club 2; Dra- matics Club 3,4; Li- brary Club 2,3,4; Op- eretta 3; All District Choir 3,4;Home - coming Skit 4; Card Club 4; Prom Enter- tainment 3; Dra- matic's Club Play 3. JAMES HARRIS JIM HAYS Audio-Visual Aids Club 3,4; F.F.A, 2,3, 4; (Reporter). mre ba MARI-SUE HARTMAN Art Club 2,3,4; (Treas, 4), G.A,A, 2, 3,4; Pep Club 2,4; Prom Committee 3; Social Studies Club 4; Office Helper 4, Jim Heepke Audio-Visual Aids Club 3, 4; F.F.A, 2,3,4 (Reporter) SANDY HARTNAGEL Photography Club 4; Art Club 2,3; Girl's Gymnastic 4. DON HAWK ROGER HEFLIN Archery Club 4; In- terclub Council 4, MELVIN HEIEN ARNOLD HENKE F.F.A, 2,3,4 BOB HENKE Archery Club 4, ARTHUR HELMKAMP F.F.A, 2,3,4; Bridge Club 4; Cafeteria Worker 2,3,4. GERRY HENRY Cross Country 3; Lettermen's Club 3; Table Tennis 4; Chess 4, DEANNEA HEMANN Chorus 2,3; Prom Committee 3; Office Helper 4; F.N,A, 2,3, 4, MARUICE HENRY Spanish Club 2; Archery Club 4. MARTHA HENDERSON A Cappella Choir 3, 4; Chorus 2; Ensem- bles 2,4; Junior Play 3; Social Studies Club 2,4; Forensics Club 3; Dramatics Club 4; F.T.A, 3; Biological Science Club 2. CLIFTON HENKE Chess Club 4, KAREN HESS G.A.A, 2,3,4; F.T.A, 3,4; Pep Club 4; SIT 4, JOHN HOENIG " Tiger Times " 4; Spanish Club 2,3; Table Tennis 4; Stamp and Coin 4, HELEN HOPKINS JIM HORSTMAN Band 4; A Cappella Choir 3,4; Chorus 2; Ensembles 4; (Mad- rigals), Homecoming Court 3,4; Nominated for King, Student Council 2,3,4;(Treas, 3; Pres, 4), Latin Club 2,3; (Pres 3), Math Club 3,4; Audio- Visual Aids Club 2; Dramatics Club 4; Interclub Council 3,4; Track 2,3; Cross Country 2,3. MARK HOFEDITZ A Cappella Choir 3,4; Chorus 2; Ensembles 2,3,4; (Madrigals), Homecoming Court 2; Sec, of Soph. Class, French Club 2,3,4; Music Listening Club 2; Lettermen's Club 4; PepClub 2,4; Base- ball 2,3,4; Operetta 3, MARK HUTCHERSON Chorus 2;A Cappella Choir 3,4; Ensembles 2,4; (Madrigals), Fo- rensics Club 3, 4; Music Listening Club 4. RICK HOLSHOUSER Spanish Club 3; Stamp and Coin 4; Chess Club 3, PAULETTE HYDRON G.A,A, 4. NORMA HOLTMANN G,A,A, 2,4,3; Spanish Club 2; Pep Club 2,4. ROBERT HORNING VALERIA IRVIN Photogrpahy Club 4, ¥ JAMES JACKSON Spanish Club 2,3; Social Studies Club 2; Lettermen's Club 2,3,4; (treas, 4), Bas- ketball 2,3,4; Track 2,3,4. NOLA JONES Band 2,3,4; (Major- ette 2,3,4;) Band Board 4; " Tiger " 3, 4; Co-Editor 4; G.A,A, 2,3,4; (Point Chairman 4), Student Council 3,4; National Honor Society 3,4; Latin Club 2, (vice- pres, 4,) Math Club 2; Biological Science Club 2,3,4; Interclub Council 4; Pep Club 4; (treas. 4), Film Club JIM KAUFMANN 4 al — ven = RAMONA JACKSON CYNTHIA KAYSER Prom Committee 3; Dean's Helper 2; Ger- man Club 2; Art Club 2,3; Biological Sci- ence Club 4; Pep Club 4, = VINCE JASON Lettermen's Club 2,3, 4; Table Tennis 3; Basketball 2, 3,4; Track 2,3; Football 2,36 JEFF KENDALL Band 4; A Cappella Choir 3,4; (president 4), (Jr. Boys’ ensem- ble, Madrigals, Sr, Boys' Chorus 4; Table Tennis 3. Folk Quartet), 2; (Ensem- ble), Forensics Club 4; Music Listening Club 2,3,4; (President 4), Interclub Council GARY JELLEN " Tiger Times " 4; Technicians Club 2, 3; Photography Club 3,4; Archery 4, ROBERT JURGENA Lettermen's Club 3, 4; Art Club 2,3,4; Cross Country 3, 4; Track 2,3,4, MARY JANE KERNAHAN Chorus 2; Prom Com- mittee 3; G,A.A, 2, 3,4; (Point Chairman 3), Latin Club 2,3; Business Education Club 4; F.N,A, 2,3,4; Biological Science Club 2,3; Pep Club 4; Film Club 4, — vs CAROL KETCHAM Prom Committee 3; Class Officer 4;(Sec- retary), G.A.A, ; 2 4 Student Council 2,3, Junior Play 3; Li brary Club 2,3,4; (Secretary 4), F.H.A, 2. BOB KNECHT JOHN KOEN ary x DOUG KIEFER Spanish Club 3,4; Lettermen's Club 3,4; Gymnastics 3,4; (Captain), Stamp and Coin 4, PHYLLIS KOENIG KENN KLETTE Band 2, Yearbook 4; National Honor So- ciety 3,4; German Club 2; Math Club 3,4; Biological Science Club 3,4; (V. Pres- ident 3, President 4), Physical Science Club 2; Interclub Council 4; Track 2,3,4; Cross Country 2,3. LOUIE KOTVA Junior Play 3; Ger- man Club 2; Math Club 3; Letterman's Club 4; Dramatics Club 4; Physical Science Club 2; Chess 3; Tennis 2, 3,4, , DAVID KLOSTERMEIER SUE KNOCHE BARB KOVARIK Chorus 2,3; G,A,A, 2, 3,4; French Club 2; Business Education Club 3,4; F.N.A, 3,4, we de MARK KREJCI Junior Play 3; Ger- man Club 2; Tech- nicians' Club 4; Phys- ical Science Club 2,3, 4, BILL LEVORA JEANNE LOVELL Chorus 2; Prom Com- mittee 3; Math Team 2; Class Officer 4; (Treasurer), G, A, A, 2,3,4; National Honor Society 3,4; French Club 2; Math Club 2,3, 4; (Secretary 3,4), F.T.A, 4; Biological Science Club 3; Pep Club 4; Creative Writing 4; Pen'n Inklings Staff 3,4, — a 7 - | SHERRY LAM PER Prom Committee 3; Latin Club 2; Math Club 4; Dramatics Club 3,4; F.N.A, 2,3; Biological Science Club 2, LUCILLE LUBER Dean's Helper 3,4; French Club 2; Bus- iness Education Club 4; Music Listening Club 2; Pep Club 2; Table Tennis 4, ' BOB LAUTNER German Club 2,3,4; Baseball 2; Golf 3,4; Cross Country 4, BOB LYNCH A Cappella Choir 3,4; (V. President 4), (Senior Boys Ensem- ble 4; Madrigals 4), (Junior Boys Ensem- ble 3), Chorus 2; Stu- dent Council 3; Audio- Visual Aids Club 2; Music Listening Club 2,3; (President 2), Lettermen's Club 4 Dramatics Club 4, LINDA LEOPOLD G.A.A, 2. BOB LIENEMAN ALAN LYTLE 4 GENE MAGRUDER Social Studies Club 2, 3,4; Table TennisClub 3; Stamp and Coin Club 3; Bridge Club, DAVID MASSA Spanish 2; Music Listening Club 2; Stamp and Coin Club 3; Chess 2, CAROLYN MATTHEWS G.A.A, 2,3; Spanish Club 2; Chess 4. DAVID MARGHERIO Latin Club 2,3; Social Studies Club 4; Math Club 2;. Technician's Club 3; Lettermen's Club 2; Pep Club 4; Stamp and Coin Club 3,4; (president 4). LINDA McCAREY A Cappella Choir 4; G.A.,A, 4; Pep Club 4; Card Club 4; Fort Worth, Texas 2,3. ? . JIM MARTI Technicians’ Club 3; Lettermen's Club 4; Physical Science Club 3; Football 2,3,4, DAVID McDONOUGH Homecoming Court 3, 4; (Royal Escourt 4, Attenuent 3), Latin Club 2,3; Lettermen's Club 3,4; Art Club 4; Football 2,3,4; Track 2,3. KENNY MARTINTONI Archery Club 4; Baseball 2,3,4; Bas- ketball 4, DEBBIE MATEYKA Chorus 2,3,4; Spanish Club 2; Business Edu- cation Club 4; Music Listening Club 3, DAVID McGHEE MARY McKEE Chorus 2,3,4; Ensem- bles 3; Prom Com- mittee 3; G,A,A, 2, 3,4; Latin Club 2,3; F.N.A, 2,3,4; F.H.A, 4; Biological Science Club 3; Pep Club ‘4; Junior Class Play 3; Film Club 4, PATRICIA METZGER G,A,A, 2,3,4; Music Listening Club 2, CAROL MEYER Chorus 2,3,4; Music Listening Club 3, 4; Table Tennis Club 4, ANN MEADOR G.A.A, 4; F.H.A, 2,3, 4 LINDA MEYER Prom Committee 4; Student Council 4; National Honor Soc- iety 3,4; (Secretary) 4), Latin Club 2,3; Social Studies Club 3,4; (Secretary 4), Forensics Club 3; F.T.A, 3,4; (vice- president 4) Biolog- ical Science Club 2, LARRY MEIER SUSAN MEYER Chorus 2; Prom Com- mittee 3; G,A,A, 2,3, 4; Office Help 3,4; French Club 2,3: F.N.A, 3,4; (Treas- urer 4), Bridge Club 4. MARGIE MELLANTHIN Chorus 2,3,4; Music Listening Club 2; Pep Club 4, ROBERT MEUNIER French Club 2; Math Club 3, LYNN MEYERS Chorus 2,3; (Ensem- ble 2,3), Prom Com- mittee 3; G,A.A, 2,3, 4; French Club 2,3,4; Pep Club 2,4; Table Tennis 3; Card Club 4; Film Club 4, KAREN MICHAELS JERRY MILLER SANDY MILLER Prom Committee 2; G.A,A, 2,3,4; Bus- iness Education Club 3,4; F.T.A. 2; Pep Club 2; Table Tennis 3, RICHARD MICHEI PAUL MITCHELL Music Listening Club 3,4. LEISA MIHALIC Chorus 2,3; (V. Pres- ident 3), Prom Com- mittee 3; Home- coming Court; attend- ant 3,4; Cheerleading 2,3,4; (JV 2; Varsity 3,4), G.A.A, 2; Student Council 2; German Club 2,3; Social Stu- dies Club 4; Inter- club Council 3; Pep Club 2,4; Table Ten- nis 3,4; (President 3), JIM MOLITOR Band 2,3,4; German Club 2; Photography Club 3,4; Pep Club 4, BARB MILLER Chorus 2,3,4; G.A.A, 2,3,4; Music Listen- ing Club 2,3,4, JOAN MILLER Prom Committee 3; G.A.A, 2,3,4; Bus- iness EducationC lub 3,4; F.T.A, 2; Pep Club 2; Table Tennis 3; Girls Gymnastics 4; Chorus 2,3,4, CAREN MOORE KATHIE MOORE Chorus 2,3,4; Tiger Times 3,4; (Bus. Man,), G.A,A, 2,3,4; German Club 2; F.T.A, 3,4; Pep Club 2,4. RHONDA MOORE Chorus 2,3,4; Music Listening Club 4. BILL MORRIS Technicians Club 2, 3,4; Chess Club 3,4, LINDA MOORE Social Studies Club 3,4; F.T.A, 3,4; Bio- logical Science Club 9 PAT MORRISON Spanish Club 2,3; Archery Club 4; Table Tennis 3; Basketball 2; Cross Country 2. PATTY MOORE Business Education Club 3,4; (Pres. 3; V. Pres, 4), F.N.A, 3. GREG MUDGE Chorus 2; (ensemble) A Capella Choir 3,4; (T reas, 3), (Madrigals 4), Student Council 2, 3,4; Latin Club 2; Mu- sic Listening Club 4; (Sec. 4), Letterman's Club 4, RENEE MOORE Chorus 2; Tiger Times 3,4; (Editorial ed.), G.A.A, 2,3,4; Junior Play 3; F.N.A, 4; Biological Science Club 2; Film Club 4, STEPHEN MOORE Spanish Club 2; Let- termen's Club 4; Archery Club 4; Wrestling 2,3,4, JANIS MULLANE F.H.A, 4, KIRK MYERS Office Helper 3 Spanish Club 2,3 Archery Club4 Pep Club 2 Table Tennis 3 Gymnastics 3 Golf 3,4 VERLA NEWMAN G.A.A. 2,4 F.H.A. 2, 3,4 RICHARD NOUD French Club 2,3 Tech- nicians' Club 2 Chess 3,4 ALLEN NEESE Band 2,3 A Cappella Choir 3,4 (Madrigals 4) Chorus 2 National Honor Society 3,4 Math Club2, 3,4 Physical Science Club 2,4 (Sec, 4) Chess 3 JOHN O'DONNELL Band 2,4 French Club 2 Technicians’ Club 2,4 (Pres. 4) Forensic Club 3,4 (Pres. 4) Phys- ical Science Club 3,4 Interclub Council 4 KENNY NEKOLA Spanish Club 2 Physical Science Club 3 Stamp and Coin 4 Chess 4 REED OVERBECK Chess Club 3,4 Letter- men's Tennis 2,3,4 Club 4 Band 2 = . TINA NEUBAUER Chorus 2,3,4 F.H.A. 2, 3,4 NANCY NICOL Chorus 2,3,4 Latin Club 2,3 Business Education Club 4 (Sec. 4) F.N.A. 3,4 BILL OWENS Audio-Visual Aids Club 2,3,4 Chess 3,4 MARILYN OWENS JANI PASS Band 2; Chorus 2,3; (ensemble 2,3), Tiger Times 4; Prom Com- mittee 3; G,A.A, 4; Junior Play 3; Senior Play 4; French Club 4; German Club 2,3; Forensics Club .3; Music Listening Club BOB PENDERGRASS Prom Committee 3; French Club 4; Let- termen's Club 3,4; (V. Pres. 4), Physical Science Club 3; Foot- ball 2,3,4, MARY JANE PERADOTTI Chorus 2; Prom Com- mittee 3; G,A,A, 2,3, 4; (Treas, 4), Office Helper 2; Music Lis- tening Club 2; Art Club 2,3,4; (Pres, 4; V. Pres. 3), Interclub Council 4, 3; Physical Science Club 2; Pe} Club 2,4; Chess 4. KAY PETERSON ROGER PFEIFFER Photography Club 4; F.F.A, 2,3,4; (Pres. 4), Interclub Council 4, PAT POTTER Band 2; " Tiger " 3,4; (Co-Editor, 4), Prom Committee 3; | Math PAM Team 2; G,A,A, 2,3,4; PICKLESIMER Social Studies Club 2; Band 2,3; Chorus 2, Forensics Club 2,3,4; 4; G.A.A, 2,3,4; Latin BILL PONETA JERRY F, POOLE Treasurer-Forensics Club 2; Forensics Spanish Club 2; Inter- Lettermen's Club 4; 4; Pep Club 2,4; Club 3,4; Dramatics club Council 4; Chess Photography Club 3,4; Chess 3,4; Film Club Club 4; F.T.A. 2; 3,4; Cross Country 2; Baseball 2,3,4;:Gym- 4, F.N.A, 2,3. President-Chess 4, nastics 3,4. Z TOM PULLIAM ANNE MARIE RAAB KATHLEEN RAINS Homecoming Court 3,4, Junior and SeniorGirls’ Chorus 2,3,4; Latin Junior and Senioratten- Choir 3,4;SocialStudies Club 2; Business Edu- dant; Spanish Club 2,3, Club 4; Biological Sci- cation Club 3,4; Pep Film Club 4 4, (Treasurer 2); Chess ence Club 2,3,4 Club 4; Club 3,4 ERIC RANDLE Student Council 2,3,4, Music Listening Club 2; Physical Science Club 3,4, Pep Club 2; NANCY REITER Sophomore, Junior, Senior Girls’ Choir 2, 3,4; Cafeteria Worker GARY REITER 2,3,4; HELEN REYNOLDS MIKE RALLO Yearbook 3,4, (Co- Editor, 4) Junior P lay stage crew 3; Latin Club 2,3, Math Club 3,4; Au- dio-Visual Aids Club 2; Biological Science Club 4; (Treas. 4) Film Club 4 STEVE REINHARDT Yearbook 3,4, (Co- Editor 4); Class Pres- ident 4; National Honor Society 3,4; Junior Play 3; Senior Play 4; Latin Club 2; Math Club 3; Biological Science Club 4; Pep Club 2; Chess Club 3; Football 3,4; Film Club 4; DEB RICHARDS A Cappella 3,4; Madrigals 4; All- District 4; All-State 4; Operetta 3,4; GAA 2; Junior Play 3; German Club 2,3, (Secretary 2) Math Club 4; Music Listening Club 4; Bio- logical Science Club 2; Physical Science Club 3; MARILYN RICHARDSON Pep Club 2,4; Home- coming Vocalist 4; Prom Entertainment 3; Cheerleading 2,3,4, (J.V. 2; Varsity 3,4:) G.A.A. 2,3,4; French Club 2,3,4; Table Tennis 3; A Cappella Choir 3, 4, (Ensemble 3; Mad- rigals 4) ANGELA ROEPKE (Ensemble 3) Tiger 3,4; Prom Committee 3; G, A.A, 2; French Club 2, 3,4; Music Listening Club 2; Pep Club 2,4; Table Tennis 3; Card Club 4; Film Club 4; JO ANN ROTHE Chorus 2,3,4; Business Education Club 4; Forensics Club 3; Music Listening Club 2; Photography Club3; Creative Writing 4; BEN RICKER Lettermen's Club4; Chess 3,4; Wrestling 2; Baseball 2,3,4; JOHN RIGLER GAIL ROYCE " Tiger Times " 4; Social Studies Club 4; Marina High School, Huntington Beach, California 2,3; JIM RUEHUP JUDY RINKEL MARSHA ROMBACH G.A.A. 4; Office Helper 4; Photography Club 4, (Sec. 4) Pep Club ,4; Girls' Gymnastics ’ 3 3 2 4 ANNE RUFFNER Prom Committee3; Junior Play Committee 3; German Club 3; Forensics Club 3; Physical Science Club 3 (Sec. 3) Pep Club 2; Chess Club 4; Creative Writing Club 4; Bridge Club 4; DIANE RUPPEI Band 2,3,4; Girls’ Choir Listening 2: Music Club 2,4; RANDY SCHMIDT A Cappella Choir 3,4; Boys' Choir 2 (En- semble 3) National Honor Society 3,4; Spanish Club 2,3; Social Studies Club 3,4; (Pres- ident 4) Lettermen's Club 3,4; Music Listen- ing Club 4; Biological Science Club 2,3; Inter- club Council 4; Literary Film Club 4(Vice-pres. 4) CURTIS SCHRAGE BILL RYAN Spanish Club 3,4; Photo- Club 3,4; Pep graphy Club 4; MARTY SCHULTZ Technicians Club 3,4; Table Tennis Club 4; DENY SCARBOROUGH ACappella Choir 3,4; Boys’ Choir 2,(Ensem- ble 2,3,) Homecoming Court 2,4,(Special Attendent 4) Student Council 2,3; Junior Play 3; Social Studies Club 3; Music Listening Club 2,3,4, Lettermen's Club 3,4; Photography Club 2; Pep Club 2; Class President 2: BONITA SCHWENGEL Band 2,3, Prom Com- mittee 3; German Club 2; Social Studies Club 3; F.T.A. 2; Biological Science Club 3; Pep Club 2; Creative Writing Club 4; Bridge Club 4; RON SCHEKORSHE Photography Club 2,3,4; PAT SCHNEIDER Girls' Choir 4; G.A.A. 2,3,4; Art Club 2; Pep Club 4; ROBIN SEAL Prom Committee 2 3; G. A. A. 4; Forensics Club 4; Dramatics Club 4; Art Club 3; Pep Club 2; Collinsville High School 2; DIANE SHIMUNEK SUE SIEVERS Business Education Club 3,4; F.N.A.4; MARY Girls' Prom Committee 3; F.N.A. 2: Biological Science Club 2,3; Cre- ative Writing Club 4; Bridge Club 4; SEDLACEK Choir 2,3,4; KATHY SKAGGS A Cappella Choir 3,4 (Sec. 4) Sophomore Girls' Chorus 2; Junior Girls' Ensemble 3; Madrigals 4; " Tiger Times " 4; Prom Com- mittee 3; Homecoming Mistress of Ceremonies 4; Student Council 4; Fr- ench Club 3; Social Stu- dies Club 4; Music Listening Club 3,4 (Vice-pres. 4) Clinton High School 2 (Oh i mattemermeciceemeny | et PAT SEITZ G. A, A. 2; Spanish Club 2; Photography Club 3; Pep Club 4; SANDY SLEMMER G.A.A. 2,3,4; Photo- graphy Club 3; Biolog- ical Science Club 2,3; Pep Club 3; Chess Club 4. KATHY SENN G.A.A, 2,3,4, German Club 2; Social Studies Club 4; F.T.A.4; Pep Club 4; TED SIDNER Spanish Club 3; Archery Club 4; JANET Soph. SMALI Girls' Chorus 2; Jr. Girls' Choir 3; Sen- ior Girls’ Choir 4; (Secy. 4) Prom Com- mittee 3; G.A.A. 4; Stu- dent Council 4; Junior Play 3; Music Listening Club 2; F.H.A. 4; Pep Club 4; Creative Writing Club 4 Chess Club 3; ’ DALE SMITH Spanish Club 3; Letter- men's Club 4; Bridge Club 4; JEANNE STEVENS French Club 3; Social Studies Club 3,4; Chess Club 4 LARRY STRADER Archery Club 4; Table Tennis 3,4; Film Club 4 SHERRY SMITH Prom Committee 3; G.A.A. 2,3,4; Office Helper 2,3,4; Social Stu- dies Club 4; Music Listening Club 2; Art Club 2,3,4; Pep Club 4 STEVE STROUD MARY SOLTER JOHN STUBBLEFIELD Band 2,3,4 (Treas. 3 Pres. 4) 2; Math Club3,4(Treas. 4) Physical Science Clut 2 3 ’ German Club Interclub Council 4; Table Tennis 4 MARK SPECIALI Social Studies Club 4; Archery Club 2; Pep Club 4; Table Tennis 3; StampandCoin 4 (sec. 4) NINA STORM Prom Committee 3; Homecoming Court 2,4 (Jr. Attendant 3, Special Maid 4) Class Officer (Treas. 2) G.A.A. 2,3,4; Office Helper 3; Spanish Club 2,3,4 (Vice-pres. 2,4) Chess Club 4 BILL STULLKEN Spanish Club 2; Tech- nicans’ Club 2; Physi- cal Science Club 3; lub 4 Chess ( DAVE STUNKEL DAN SUTHERLAND MARLA TENICK JIM TERRY Social Studies Club 4; A Cappella Choir 3,4; Office Helper 3,4; Prom Committee 3;Stu- Art Club 4; Pep Club 4 Soph. Boys' Choir 2; Jr. Business Education dent Council 2;French Boys' Ensemble 3; Club 4; F.H.A, 2; Pep Club 2,3,4 (Vice-Pres. Music Listening Club 3; Club 4 3, Pres. 4) Pep Club Photography Club 4; 2,4 (Pres. 4) Interclub Table Tennis 3,4 Council 4 CINDI TOWELL MARILYN THOMASON A Cappella Choir 3,4; Soph. Girls' Chorus 2; Jr. Girls’ Choir 3; Sen- ior Girls' Choir4; " Tiger Times " 3,4; Prom Committee 3; G.A.A, 2,3,4; F.T.A, 2, 3,4; Pep Club 2; Cre- ative Writing 4; Pen 'n Inklings 3 DONNA TREAT Soph. Girls' Chorus 2; Soph. Girls' Ensemble 2; Jr. Girls' Ensemble 3; Prom Committee 3; Junior Play 3; French Club 2; Math Club 2 Forensics Club 3,4; A rt Club 4; Pep Club 2; Film Club 4 STEVE VAN PETTEN Soph. Girls' Chorus 2; A Cappella Choir 3,4; Jr. Girls' Ensemble 3; Sr. Girls' Ensemble 4; Soph. Girls’ Ensemble 9 " Tiger Times " 4; Prom Committee 3; : Bridge Club 4; Illinois Uni- High School Helper 3,4; F.H.A, 2,3,4 (Secy. 3, Pres. 4) Inter- club Council 4 Student Council 4; Math Club 2; Biological Sci- ence Club 4 (Vice-pres. 4) Physical Science Club 2,3; Pep Club 4; Chess Club 4 +; CHAIRERG VARAVITHAYA A Cappella Choir 4; Stu- dent Council 4; Math Club 4; Music Listening Club 4; ForeignEx- change Student MONICA WALLACE Band 2,3,4 (Treas. 4) A Cappella Choir 3,4; Soph. Girls' Chorus 2; Soph. Girls' Ensemble 2; Senior Girls’ Ensem- ble 4; " Tiger Times " 4; Prom Committee 3; G.A.A, 2,3,4;German Club 2,3,4 (Sec. 4) Music Listening Club 3,4; Pep Club 4 MARK WARHOL Band 2,3,4; Math Team 3; German Club 2; Math Club 3; Physical Science Club 2; Table Tennis 4; Chess Club 3,4 (Pres. 4) DEBBIE VEITH A Cappella Choir 4; Soph. Girls' Chorus 2; Jr. Girls' Choir 3; Sen- ior Girls' Ensemble 4; Junior Girls' Ensemble 3; Prom Committee 3; G.A.A. 4; Junior Play 3; German Club 2,3; Social Studies Club 4; F.T.A. 4 BOB WATSON Math Club 2,3,4; Photo- graphy Club 2,4 » MARCIA VIETH Prom Committee 3; Fr- ench Club 2,3: Social Studies Club 3,4; Music Listening Club 2; Chess Club 4 DIANE WAUGH Prom Committee 3; Homecoming Court 3,4 (Attendant 3, Queen 4) G.A.A 4; French Clul (Treas. 3, Secy. 4) Social Studies Club 3,4; Music Lis- tening Club2; PepClub4 2,3,¢ 2,3,4 DON WAGNER Technicians’ Club2; Photography Club 3,4; Table Tennis 3,4 DONALD WARD Creative Writing 4 ALAN WEBER Math Club 3; Letter- men's Club 4; Biological Science Club 3; Bridge Club 4 CHRIS WELLS Soph. Girls' Chorus 2; Junior Girls' Choir 3; Junior Girls' Ensemble 3; " Tiger Times " 4; Prom Committee 3; G.A.A. 2; Junior Class Play 3; German Club 2, 3; Forensics Club 3; Physical Science Club 2,3; Pep Club 2; Chess Club 4; Bridge Club 4 ? SHERRY WIEGAND Chorus 2,3,4; G.A.A. 2, 3,4; F.H.A. 3,4 (Tres. 4) ROGER WILKENING F.F.A. 2,3,4 (pres. 3, vice-pres. 4) Archery Club 4; Interclub Coun- cil 3 KATHY WERNER A Cappella Choir 4; Soph. Girls' Chorus 2; Jr. Girls' Choir 3 (Pres. 3) Soph. Girls’ Ensem- ble 2; Jr. Girls' En- semble 3; Sr. Girls' En- semble 4; G.A.A,. 2; Jr. Class Play 3; LatinClub 2; Library Club 2,3,4 CYNTHIA WILLAREDT Prom Committee 3; Math Club 3,4; F.T.A. 3,4; Granite City High School-2 GAIL WHITEHEAD Soph. Girls' Chorus 2; Jr. Girls' Choir 3; Sr. Girls’ Choir 4; Jr. Girls' Ensemble 3; Li- brary Club 2,3,4; Pep Club 4 TERESA WILLE Soph. Girls' Chorus 2; Junior Girls' Choir 3; Soph. Girls' Ensemble 2; Prom Committee 3; Jr. Class Secretary 3; Student Council 2,3,4; Dean's Helper 4; French Club 2,3; Social Studies Club 3,4; Math Club 2; Business Education Club 4 Gian. .2. MARILYN WHITLOCK Band 2,3,4; Soph. Girls’ Chorus; Music Lis- tening Club 4 SUE WILCOX A Cappella Choir 3,4; Soph. Girls' Chorus, Soph. Girls’ Ensemble 2; Jr. Girls' Ensemble 3; Madrigals 4; Prom Committee 3; French Club 2,3; Spanish Club 4; Math Club 2; Library Club 4; Pep Club 2, Creative Writing 4 CAROLE WILLIAMS Prom Committee 3; G.A.A. 4; Latin Club 2,3; Social Studies Club 4; F.T.A. 4; Biological Science Club 2,3; Pep Club 2,4; Creative Writing 4 DARLENE WILLIAMS DENNIS WINKLE MIKE WISNASKY ROBERT WITSCHIE Chorus 2,3,4 G.A.A, 2, A Cappella Choir 3,4 3,4 Office Helper 3,4 Soph. Boys' Chorus 2 Spanish Club 2 Music Spanish Club 2,3,4 Listening Club 3,4 F. Music Listening Club 3, T.A. 3 4 Physical Science Club 9 PATTI WOOD STEVEN WOPAT A Cappella Choir 4 Chorus 2,3,4 Music Chorus 2,3 Prom Com- Listening Club 3,4 Pho- mittee 3 G.A.A. 2,3,4 - tography Club2 Archery Junior Play 3 Latin Club : Club 4 Table Tennis 3 2 Forensic Club 2,3,4 j Gymnastics 3 Cross Music Listening Club 3 , Country 2,3 Dramatics Club 4 F.N, : | , thls A.2 PAT YATES Chorus 2,3 " Tiger Times " 3,4 (editor 4) Prom Committee 3 G. A.A. 2,3,4 (Pres. 4) Junior Play 3 Latin Club 2,3 Music Listening Club 3 F.T.A. 4 F.N.A, STEVE ZIKA 2,3,4 Biological Science CATHERINE ZEISSET A Cappella Choir 3,4 Club 2 Interclub Council Band 2,3,4 Chorus 2G. Chorus 2 Spanish Club 4 Pep Club 4 Film Club A.A. 4 Biological 2 Math Club 3 Letter- Science Club 4 men's Club 3,4 (sec. 4) ALLAN HARRIS ¥ Pat Gass, Pat Potter, Vic Castagna, and Nelson Balke participated in the KMOX-TV Scholarquiz on February 19. SAR-winner Nelson Balke and DAR-winner Toni Becker. Senior Honors Mary McKee receives the 196667 Future Homemakers Award from Mrs. Kuethe. SUHRE GAS CO. FREDMAN BROS. FURNITURE OVERBECK'S PAINT AND WALLPAPER STORE MADISON STORE FABRIC CENTER, INC. ; tort x ; i : PEgeg “Eat a al. — —— Kneeling: Steve Reinhardt, Nelson Balke, Kenn Klette, Willaredt. Second Row: Barb Caban, Bob Watson, Pat Mark Warhol, Mike Artrip, Dennis Engelmann. First Gass, Sue Wilcox, Teresa Wille, Not Pictured: Mike Row; Susan Bower, Pat Potter, Sarah Bradbury, Sherry Rallo, Bonita Schwengel. Lamper, Jeanne Lovell, Raydine Chester, Cindy ILLINOIS STATE SCHOLARSHIP SEMIFINALISTS: Senior Honors NATIONAL MERIT COMMENDED STUDENTS: Pat Potter, Jeanne Lovell, Mike Artrip, Sherry Lamper, Sue Wilcox, Not Pictured: Anne Ruffner PAGE SPONSORS. YONIKA JEWELRY RUSTY'S BAR AND RESTRAURANT ANN'S BEAUTY SALON MEYER TELEVISION as lian, i P rie LEADERSHIP Margie Cooper James Horstman SCHOLARSHIP Nelson Balke Vic Castagna Jeanne Lovell Senior SERVICE Toni Becker Steve Reinhardt PAGE SPONSORS LEU'S 1.G.A, FOODLINER TIGER TOWN Personalities Talented: Chris Fruth and Jeff Kendall Athletic: Carolyn Gueldner and James Jackson AST ORCIE Ge oe 62 WS 0b ed 184 : A a Fz Pegi == Yao R Pa Friendly: Diane Waugh and Roger Blind — Chairerg Varavithaya Chairerg Varavithaya from Thailand was our foreign exchange student for the 1966- 67 school year. While at E.H.S. 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Tosovsky John Towell Donna Townzen James Trebing David Triebes Mickey Troeckler Ira Turner Joyce Unterbrink Martin Vadalabene Irene Van Hooser Jim Vanzo Valerie Volrab Tempest Wall Billy Walls Wendy Washington Richard Watson Connie Weber Mark Weiler Don Wein Laurie Weishaupt Edward Wendel Linda Werner David Wetzel Judy White Paula White Rebecca White Angela Whitehead Dan Wiemers Shirley Wieseman Allan Wigfield Charles Wilkinson Marylu Wisnasky Alan Wolfe Kenneth Wood Kenny Ziesset NOT PICTURED: Linda Garretson Donald Harvill Rodney Howlett Gloria Mancewicz Cathy Moore Leslie Peterson Charles Steward Tim Utecht AN Abbot, John 2 158 Abert, Greg 4 109 Abram, David 3 148 Abram, George 4 109 Adair, Deanna2 158 Agles, Dennis3 158 Akers, Robert2 158 Alberter, Karen 4 109 Aleksaik, Frances 2 158 Aljets, Mike 3 148 Aljets, Scott 2 158 Allaria, Mike 3 148 Allen, David 2 158 Allen, Janet 2 158 Allen, Mary 4 109 Allen, Tom 2 158 Allison, Winn 4 109 Altefogt, Thomas 2 158 Anderson, Greg 4 109 Angel, Olivia 3 155 Angle, Ethel 2 158 Armstrong, Tad 2 158 Arth, Gary 3 148 Artrip, Mike 4 109 Ash, Sandra2 158 Askins, Stephen 3 148 Asselmeir, Peggy 3 148 Aubrecht, Kay 2 158 Augsburger, Wayne 4 109 Aumann, Craig 2 158 Autenrieb, Mark 2 158 Ax, Dan3 148 Aylward, Phil 4 109 B Baer, Keith 2 158 Bailey, James 4 109 Baker, Frances 4 110 Baldridge, Wendy 3 148 Baldwin, George 3 148 Balke, Nelson 4 110 Balster,Cynthia4 110 Banjavic, Denise 3 148 Barbieri, Linda 4 110 Bardelmeier, Karen 2 158 Barfield, Diana 4 110 Barnes, Cindy 4 110 Barnett, Lynda 4 110 Barnett, Walter 2 158 Barnhardt, Kathy 3 148 Barr, Tom 3 148 Bartels, Beverly3 148 Bartels, Mike 4 110 Barth, Lynn 4 110 Bartles, Kathy 2 158 Bartles, Rick 2 158 Bartlett, Steve 3 148 Baumann, John 4 110 Bazillion, Beverly 3 148 Bearden, Richard 4 111 Becker, Janice 3 148 Becker, Toni 4 lll Bell, Deborah 3 148 Bennette,Randy2 158 Bensa, Sharon 3 148 Bensheimer, Connie 4 lll Berends, Tony 3 148 Bernhardt, Judy4 = 111 Bertels, Paula 3 148 Bertolina, Argia 2 158 Best, Bobbie 2 158 Best, Madeline 3 148 Bishop, Kay 3 148 STUDENT INDE Black, Gregg 2 158 Black, Pam 4 111 Blake, Rick 4 lll Bleikamp, Pat 4 ill Blind, Roger 4 111 Boccaleoni, Betty 3 148 Boccaleoni, Linda 2 158 Bode, Debbie 4 lil Bode, Gene 2 158 Bohart, Peggy 2 158 Bollman, Mike 3 148 Bollman, Bob 3 148 Born, Diane 2 158 Borth, Sharon 4 lll Bosch, Paul 3 148 Bothman, Albert 3 148 Bottoms, John 3 148 Bowens, Rachel 4 112 Braasch, Don 2 158 Bradbury, Peter 3 148 Bradbury,Sarah4 112 Brandt, David 3 148 Brave, Bonnie 3 148 Brayman, Ava 3 148 Brayman, Sharon 2 158 Breihan, Bill 3 148 Breihan, Jeff 2 158 Bridwell, Brad 3 148 Brodie, Debbie 2 158 Brooks, Allan 3 148 Brower, Susan 4 112 Brown, Dwight 2 158 Brown, Joe3 7 148 Brown, Margaret 4 112 Brown, Pamela 2 158 Brown, Sharon 2 158 Brubaker, Patty 2 158 Brunnworth, Dan 2 158 Brunnworth, Don 4 112 Brunnworth, James 4 112 Buchta, Lois 2 158 Buckingham, Madonna 3 Buesser, Lorraine 3 148 Buesser, Roger 2 158 Bullard, Dennis 3 148 Bullard, Gary 4 112 Bullard, Steve 2 158 Bulmer, Chris 4 112 Bulmer, Lynn 2 158 Bundy, Glenda 3 148 Bunt, Diana 4 112 Burgess, Terry 2 158 Burian, Bob 3 148 Burjes, Charles 4 112 Burk, Linda 4 113 Burnett, Marilyn 4 113 Burns, Bonnie 4 113 Burroughs, Dickie 3 178 Burrus, Julia 3 148 Burton, Sam 3 148 Busch, David 4 113 Busker, John 2 158 Cc Caban, Barb 4 113 Caban, Donna 2 158 Caddy, Patricia 2 158 Cambell, Allan2 158 Carpenter, David 3 148 Carpenter, John3 148 Carpenter, Loresa 2 158 Carter, Pam 3 148 Cartwright, Carolyn 4 113 Cartwright, Ronnie4 113 Casey, Nancy2 158 Castagna, Victor 4 113 148 Cato, Janie 4 113 Caulk, Debbie 2 158 Caulk, Mary 2 158 Cerny, Cathleen 3 148 Chapman, Martha 4 113 Chapman, Melissa 2 158 Chester, Raydine 4 114 Chestnutt, Dennis 3 148 Chestnutt, Dennis 2 158 Clarkin, Chris 3 148 Clemons, Jim 3 148 Cleveland, Pam4 114 Cline, Kenneth 3 148 Cochran, Jill 4 114 Cochran, Joey 2 158 Cochran, Paul 4 114 Coffman, Charles 4 114 Colley, Tom 2 158 Collins, Tanya 3 148 Combs, Karen 4 114 Combs, Mike 3 149 Cook Bob 4 114 Cook, Donna 4 114 Cook, Sue 2 158 Cooper, Margie 4 114 Cooper, Nancy 3 149 Cooper, Mike 4 114 Cooper, Phil 3 149 Copeland, Rhonda 2 158 Corbin, Sherry 2 158 Cottrell, Kenneth 3 149 Cover, William 3 149 Cox, Greg 4 115 Cox, Greg 3 149 Cox, Monica 2 158 Crabtree, Darlene 3 149 Craft, Rosemary 2 159 Creek, Larry 4 115 Cress, Martha2 159 Crismon, Donna 3 149 Cristel, Mark 2 159 Crite, Gloria 2 159 Cross, Gary 3 149 Crowe, Walter 2 159 Crump, Pam 2 159 Cruse, Richard 2 159 Cruse, Roland 3 149 Cullipher, David 2 159 Cunningham, David 4 115 Cunningham, Steve 4 115 Curtner, Rosemary 3 149 D Daily, Maude 2 159 Dale, Brenda 2 159 Daniels, Robert 2 159 Dankenbring, Darrell 4 115 Dappert, Mike 4 115 Darnell, John 4 115 Davenport, Terrilee 2 159 Davidson, Danny 2 159 Davis, Dede 4 115 Davis, Shirley 4 115 Davis, Susan 3 149 Davis, Viola 4 115 Davis, William 4 116 Dawes, Cathy 4 116 Dawson, John 4 116 Dean, Bill 3 149 Dean, Margo 3 149 Dean, Martha 2 159 DeConcini, Bill 2 159 DeConcini, Sandy 3 149 Dedert, Judy 2 159 Deen, Jerry 3 149 Deist, Andrea 3 149 Determan, Larry3 149 De Werff, Charlene 3 149 Dezort, Tom 3 149 Dickess, Janet 3 149 Dickey, Kathy 2 159 Dickerson, Mary 3 155 Dickmann, Bonnie 3 149 Dickshot, Curtis 3 149 Dobrinich, Gary 3 149 Dodson, John 4 116 Dodson, Mark 3 116 Doersam, Margaret 4 116 Donner, Bob 4 116 Donner, John 2 159 Dorsey, Leon 3 149 Dorsey, Marcella 3 149 Dotray, Lorna 3 149 Douglas, Darrell 2 159 Douglas, Richard 3 149 Doyle, Jane 2 159 Drexelius, Greg 3 149 Duncan, Cindy 4 116 Durham, Rolla 3 149 Durr, Sharon 2 159 Dustman, Tom 3 149 Dutton, Scott 4 116 Duvall, Charles 2 159 Dycus, Bev 4 116 e Eaker, Barb 2 159 Eaker, Joan 2 159 Eberle, Jay 2 159 Eberle, Ray 2 159 Ebrecht, Dave 2 159 Eck, Beth 2 159 Eck, Michaeline3 149 Eckert, Cindy 4 116 Eckert, Edward 2 159 Eden, Craig 3 149 Eden, Keith 4 117 Edwards, Arthor 4 117 Edwards, Keith 2 159 Eidsmore, Valdon 4 117 Eidson, Ann 2 159 Elliot, Paul 2 159 Ellis, Dan 4 117 Ellis, Dorothy2 159 Ellison, Kathy 4 117 Ellison, Larry 3 149 Emmons, Linda 3 149 Emshousen, Wayne 2 159 Engbretson, Kevin 2 159 Engelke, Richard 4 117 Engelke, Steve 2 159 Englemann, Dennis 4 117 Englemann, Kathy 3 149 Erb, Dave 2 159 Erikson, Kay 2 159 Erlich, Dennis 2 159 Erlich, Jo Ann 4 117 Ernst, Dennis 3 149 Ernst, Roger 2 159 Evans, Valeria 2 159 Eyman, Susan 2 159 Ezell, Dan 2 159 F Farrell, Larry 2 159 Fauver, Larry 4 117 Fauver, Terry 3 149 Fellhauer, Pam 2 159 Fensterman, John 3 149 Fifer, John 3 149 Fifer, Josephine 2 159 Finke, Jacki 3 149 Fischer, Aaron 2 Fischer, Pam 4 Fitzmaurice, Mary 4 118 Fleming, Gary 4 118 Fleming, Jeanne 3 149 Fornoff, Pat 3 149 Foster, Linda 2 159 Fox, Toni 2 159 Fox, Vernon 4 118 Franklin, Gary 2 159 Franklin, Kathy 2 159 Franklin, Larry 2 159 Frantz, Linda 2 159 Freitag, Larry 3 149 French, Jean 2 159 Frey, Richard 2 159 Freuh, Donna 2 159 Friedline, Nancy 3 149 Fruth, Chris 4 118 Fuller, Bill 2 159 Fultz, Cindy 3 149 Funstan, Mark 3 149 G Gagliardo, John 3 149 Gaither, Dave 3 149 Gallagher, Dan 3 149 Gallagher, Janny 2 159 Gallagher, Kevin 2 160 Galliher, Rhonda 2 160 Gamble, Ronald 3 149 Ganz, Norma 4 118 Garde, Dottie 3 149 Garde, Jean 4 118 Gardner, Denny 3 150 Gardner, Jerry 2 160 Garner, Gary 4 118 Garner, Mary 2 160 Garrison, Bill 4 118 Garthsore, Bonnie 3 150 Gass, Pat 4 118 Gatton, Joyce 3 150 Gatton, Kathy 2 160 Gau, Joyce 4 118 Gebhart, Gary 2 160 Gengler, Cindy 3 150 Gengler, Sue 4 119 Genteman, Dave 4 119 Gerdt, Carol 4 119 Gerdt, Nancy 3 150 Geschwend, Susan 3 150 Giardina, Sandra 4 119 Giberson, Carol 4 119 Gibson, George 2 160 Gibson, Pat 4 119 Gilbert, Rodney 3 150 Gildersleeve, Linda 4 119 Gillig, Richard 2 160 Gilmore, Judy 4 119 Goebel, Dennis 3 150 Gogloza, Marianne 3 150 Gordon, Betty 2 160 Graham, Cindy 2 160 Graunke, Doris 3 150 Graunke, Jean 4 119 Gray, Peggy 3 150 Grebel, Sheila 4 119 Greco, Linda 4 120 Green, Carol 4 120 Green, Linda 3 150 Green, Sandy 3 150 Greenwood, Dennis 3 150 Gregor, Linda 4 120 Gregor, Pat 2 160 Grotefendt, Diane 2 160 Grotefendt, Kenny 3 150 Gueldner, Carolyn 4 120 Gusewelle, Marlin 2 160 Gusewelle, Wayne 4 120 9 15) 117 H Haarman, Steve 2 160 Hackett, Jim 2 160 Hairston, Charlene 2 160 Hairston, Theo 3 150 Hall, Charles 2 160 Hall, Diana 2 160 Hall, Edgar 4 120 Halstead, Bill 2 160 Hamilos, Dan 2 160 Hamilos, Diane 4 120 Hamlin, Jack 3 150 Hammer, Dennis 3 150 Hampton, Bruce 3 150 Hanfelder, Cindy 2 160 Hanks, Melvin 3 150 Hans, David 4 120 Hans, Gerald2 160 Hans, Virginia 3 150 Hansel, Melvin 2 160 Hansel, Willard 3 150 Hanson, Clark 3 150 Hanson, Linell 2 160 Harbers, Jeani 2 160 Harbers, Terry 3 150 Harbison, Ellen 2 160 Harbison, Frank 2 160 Harbry, Dennis 2 160 Hargrave, Bill4 120 Hargrave, Sue 3 150 Harms, Enno 4 120 Harrell, Pat 4 121 Harrell, Tom 2 160 Harris, Allan 4 141 Harris, Buddy 2 160 Harris, Eliza 2 160 Harris, James 4 121 Harris, Joan 3 150 Harris, Jon 2 160 Harris, Michele 3 150 Harrison, Jean 2 160 Harrison, Joan 2 160 Harrison, Lucille 2 160 Harrison, Richard 3 150 Harrison, Robert 3 150 Hartman, Mari-Sue 4 121 Hartnagel, Sandy 4 121 Hartung, Pamela 4 121 Hawk, Don 4 121 Hawley, Kaye 2 160 Hawley, Nancy 3 150 Hayes, Brenda 2 160 Hayes, Neal 2 160 Hayes, Paula 4 121 Hays, Jim 4 121 Heberer, Nancy 3 150 Heepke, Charles 2 160 Heepke, Jim 4 121 Heflin, Roger 4 121 Heidinger, Sue 3 150 Hein, Jo Ann 3 150 Hein, Melvin 4 122 Heine, James 2 160 Heldenbrand, Tom 3 150 Hellrung, Jim 3 150 Helmkamp, Arthur 4 122 Helmkamp, David 2 160 Hemann, Deanna 4 122 Hemann, Jean 3 150 Henderson, Martha 4 150 Henderson, Mike 3 150 Hendricks, Catherine 3 150 Henke, Arnold 4 122 Henke, Bob 4 122 Henke, Clifton 4 122 Henke, Kenneth 2 160 Henry, Dennis 3 150 Henry, Gerry 4 122 Henry, Maurice 4 122 Henry, Richard 3 150 Hess, Karen 4 122 Hessel, Paula 3 150 Hessel, Randy 2 160 Hester, Paula 2 160 Heuer, Janell 3 150 Highlander, Faye 3 150 Hilberry, Gina 2 160 Hileman, Dane 3 150 Hiles, David 3 150 Hock, Beverly 3 150 Hodge, Jeggy 3 150 Hodson, Carol 3 150 Hoenig, John 4 123 Hofeditz, Mark 4 123 Hoffman, Dennis 2 160 Hoffman, Norma Jean 2 160 Holliday, Coleen 3 150 Holshouser, Rick 4 123 Holtmann, Norma 4 123 Hopkins, Helen4 123 Hormann, Rosie 3 150 Horning, Robert4 123 Horsley, Mike 2 160 Horstman, Dan 3 150 Horstman, James 4 123 Horvath, Terry 2 160 Hotz, Joe 3 150 Hotz, Robert 2 160 Houba, Chris 3 150 Houge, Donna 2 160 House, Sue 3 151 Howard, Barry 3 151 Howard, Glenn 2 160 Howe, Carle 2 160 Howells, Donna 2 160 Howells, Mike 2 160 Howerton, Chuck 2 160 Hunt, Carol 3 151 Hunt, Raymond 2 160 Huntress, Bill 2 161 Hutcherson, Mark 4 123 Hutcherson, Mark 4 123 Hydron, Paulette 4 123 Hymel, Kay 2 161 Hyten, Jill3 151 Igram, Barb 2 161 Irvin, Valerie 4 123 Isaacs, Glen 3 151 Isenberg, Lennis 3 151 J Jackson, Jackson 4 124 Jackson, Ramona 4 124 Jason, Vince 4 124 Jellen, Dale 3 151 Jellen, Gary 4 124 Jenkins, Paul 2 161 Jennings, Bob 3 151 Johnson, James 3 151 Johnson, Linda 2 161 Johnson, Ralph 2 161 Johnson, Roger 3 151 Johnston, Renee 3 151 Jones, Barbara 2 161 Jones, David 2 161 Jones, Gary 2 161 Jones, Nola 4 124 Jones, Theresa 3 151 Jumper, Ray 2 161 Jurgena, Diane 2 161 Jurgena, Bob 4 124 K Kahle, Debbie 3 151 Kaiser, Beverly 3 151 Kappler, Jerry 3 151 Kassa, Wayne 3 151 Kassing, Charles 3 151 Kaufmann, Jim 4 124 Kayser, Cynthia 4 124 Keele, Vivian 3 151 Keeton, Erik 2 161 Keeton, Ricky 3 151 Keller, Dale 2 161 Keltner, James 3 151 Kendall, Jeff 4 124 Kernahan, Mary 4 124 Kershaw, Gerald 2 161 Kessel, Barb 2 161 Kessel, George 2 161 Kessinger, Brenda 3 151 Ketcham, Carol 4 125 Kibikas, Bill 2 161 Kiefer, Doug 4 125 King, Barb 2 161 King, Roy 2 161 Kinsey, Charles 2 161 Kircher, Mike 2 161 Kirchner, Trish 2 161 Klaustermeier, Jim 3 151 Klenke, Dan 2 161 Klette, Kenn 4 125 Klobnak, Jack 2 161 Klostermeier, David 4 125 Knecht, Bob 4 125 Knecht, Carol 4 151 Knecht, Rita 2 161 Knoche, Sue 4 125 Knowles, Judy 3 151 Koen, John 4 125 Koenig, Phyllis 4 125 Kohli, Jill 3 151 Kosanke, Kai2 161 Kotba, Lois 4 125 Kovarik, Barb 4 125 Kovarik, Vicki 3 151 Kraner, Ronnie 3 151 Krapf, James 3 151 Krejci, Mark 4 126 Kreuiter, Vic 3 151 Kribs, Tom 2 161 Kriege, Ed 2 161 Krotz, Kevin 2 161 Krumeich, Karen 2 161 Kruschik, Carol 3 151 Kruschik, John 3 151 Kruse, Judy 2 161 Kubicek, Kay 2 161 Kubicek, Ken 3 151 Kuethe, Bruce 3 151 Kulp, Dana 3 151 Kyro, Walter 3 151 he Laaser, Mark 3 151 Ladd, Dodie 2 161 Ladwig, Gail 3 151 Ladwig, Linda 2 161 Laird, Diane 3 151 Laird, Linda 3 151 Lambert, Kathy 3 151 Lamkin, Darlene 2 161 Lamkin, Lucia 3 151 Lamper, Sherry 4 126 Landers, Rose 3 151 Lando, Dan 3 151 Lautner, Bob 4 126 LeBlanc, James 3 151 Leitner, Joe 3 151 Lemke, Beverly 2 161 Leopold, Linda 4 126 Levering, Eugene 2 161 Levora, Bill 4 126 Lewis, Greg 3 151 Lewis, Jennifer 2 161 Liebler, Tom 3 151 Lienemann, Bob 4 126 Lienemann, Marlene 2 161 Lienemann, Shirley 3 151 Liliensiek, Dennis 3 151 Linkemann, Dennis 3 151 Linn, Ed 2 161 Little, Gary 3 151 Lockhart, Marianne 3 151 Loebach, Cindy 2 161 Logsdam, Hazel 3 151 Long, Chris 3 152 Lott, Calvin 2 161 Lott, Clark 2 161 Lovell, Don 2 161 Lovell, Jean 4 126 Lovett, Jack 2 161 Loyd, Cynthia 2 161 Luber, Lucille 4 126 Luckett, Debbie 3 152 Lynch, Bob 4 126 Lytle, Alan 4 126 Lytle, Bob 2 161 M Madison; Gary 3 152 Madison, Sandra 3 152 Madison, Shirley 2 161 Magruder, Gene 4 127 Marcus, Lloyd 3 152 Marcus, Phillip 2 161 Mareigg, Rich 2 161 Margherio, David 4 127 Marti, Jim 4 127 Marti, Page Ann3 152 Martin, Dennis 2 161 Martin, Kim 2 161 Martini, Becky 2 161 Martini, Dave 2 161 Martintoni, Denny 4 127 Massa, Dave 4 127 Mateyka, Deborah 4 127 Matthews, Carolyn 4 127 May, David 2 161 McCarey, Linda 4 127 McClara, Linda 3 152 McClellan, Theresa 2 161 McCoy, James 2 161 McCracken, Dennis 2 161 McDonough, Dave 4 127 McEwen, Dave 3 152 McFarland, Lonnie 3 152 McFee, Frank 2 162 McGhee, Dave 3 152 McKee, Mary 4 128 Meador, Ann 4 128 Means, Bob 2 162 Meek, Theresa3 152 Mehl, Christine 3 152 Meier, Larry 4 128 Meintrup, Bob 2 162 Mellenthis, Margie 4 128 Merkel, John 2 162 Messerly, Ellen3 152 Metzger, Patty 4 128 Meunier, Bob 4 128 Meyer, Carol 4 128 Meyer, Charles 2 162 Meyer,Gayle2 162 Meyer, John 3 152 Meyer, Linda 4 128 Meyer, Mary 2 162 Meyer, Sue 4 128 Meyers, Lynn4 128 Michaels, Karen 4 129 Michaels, Robert 3 151 Michel, Richard 4 129 Mihalic, Leisa 4 129 Mikes, Denise 2 162 Miller, Barb 4 129 Miller, Don 2 162 Miller, Jerry 4 129 Miller, Joan 4 129 Miller, Patty 2 162 Miller, Ruth 2 162 Miller, Sandy 4 129 Miller, Walter 2 162 Mindrup, David 3 152 Mindrup, Marilee 2 162 Missey, Cindy 2 162 Mitchel, Bradley 3 152 Mitchell, Paul 4 2 Mitchell, Valerie 3 152 Mize, Vicki 2 162 Modene, Kathy 3 152 Modene, Mary 2 162 Molitor, Jim 4 129 Moody, Dan 3 152 Moore, Caren 4 129 Moore, Catherine 3 152 Moore, Charles 2 162 Moore, Gene 3 152 Moore, Kathy 4 130 Moore, Larry 3 152 Moore, Linda 4 130 Moore, Patti 4 130 Moore, Renee 4 130 Moore, Rhonda 4 130 Moore, Steve 4 130 Moore, Steve 3 152 Morgan, Michele 2 162 Morgan, Sandra 3 152 Morris, Bill 4 130 Morrison. Don 3 152 Morrison, Gary 2 162 Morrison, Pat 4 130 Morrow, Martha 3 152 Moseley, Russell 3 152 Mudge, Dick 2 162 Mudge, Greg 4 130 Mudge, Susie 3 152 Mueggenburg, John 2 162 Mullane, Janis 4 130 Mullen, Debbie 2 162 Munzert, Nancy 2 162 Nunzert, Sally 3 152 Murray, Lancy 3 152 Myers, Kirk 4 131 N Nagel, Paula 3 152 Neese, Allen 4 131 Neese, Janice 3 152 Nekola, Ken 4 131 Nelson, David 2 162 Neubauer, Tina 4 131 Neuenschwander, Mindy 2 Newman, Verla 4 131 Newton, Tom 3 152 Nichols, Betty 3 152 Niebling, Robert 3 152 Nischwitz, Mark 2 162 Noto, John 2 162 Noud, Janice 2 162 Noud, Richard 4 131 Nuernberger, Jeannne 3 O Odell, Cathy 3 152 O'Dell, Raymond 2 162 O'Donnell, John 4 131 Oglesby, Wanda 3 152 Ohm, Kara 2 162 Ohms, Linda 2 162 O’ Laughlin, Mark 2 162 Ontko, Karen 3 152 Ostendorf, David 2 162 Ostendorf, Mark 3 152 Overbeck, Reed 4 131 Owens, Bill 4 131 Owens, Donna 3 152 Owens, Marilyn 4 132 P Paddock, Charles 2 162 Padgett, John 3 152 Palmer, Sue 3 152 Paoni, John 3 152 Pape, Kenny 2 152 Pape, Nancy 3 152 Parker, Jim 2 162 Pass, Janet 4 132 Paur, Debbie 3 152 Parrott, Evelyn 2 162 Peek, David 3 152 Pelhank, Kevin 3 152 Pence, Carla 3 152 Pendergrass, Bob 4 132 Pendleton, John 3 152 Peo, Margaret2 162 Peradotti, Mary 4 132 Peters, Kay 2 162 Peterson, Kay 4 132 Peterson, Mark 2 162 Pfeiffer, Roger 4 132 Picklesimer, Pam 4 132 Pilger, Jerry 3 152 Pilger, Mike 2 162 Pilger, Pat 2 162 Pillow, Henry 3 152 Piper, Ed 3 152 Platt, Katherine 2 162 Poneta, Bill 4 132 Poneta, Judy 2 162 Pontius, Carol 3 153 Pontius, Valerie 2 162 Poole, Jerry 4 132 Porter, Katherine 3 153 Potter, Pat 4 132 Potter, Susan 3 153 Price, Don 3 153 Prichard, Barb 2 162 Provence, Myron 3 153 Pulliam, Jim 2 162 Pulliam, Ton 4 133 Q Quade, Mary 3 153 Raab, Alice 3 153 Raab, Anne 4 133 Rains, Kathy 4 133 Rallo, Mike 4 133 Randall, Erick 4 133 Randall, Shelley 2 162 Ranek, Bill 3 153 Ratzlaff,Marilyn3 153 Reed, Jim 2 162 Regna, Phillip 2 162 Reid, Carol 3 153 Reinhardt, Steve 4 133 Reise, Cindy 2 162 Reiter, Brenda 2 162 Reiter, Gary 4 133 Reiter, Nancy 4 133 Reiter, Roy 3 153 Renfrow, Edward 2 162 Renken, Ricky 3 153 Renken, Scott 2 162 Revell, Cheri 3 153 Revell, Carol 2 162 Reynolds, Helen 4 133 Rice, Cheryl 2 162 Richards, Debby 4 133 Richardson, Bill 3 153 Richardson, Marilyn 4 134 Ricker, Ben 4 134 Riecan, George 2 162 Rieger, Joe 3 153 Reiger, William 2 162 Rigler, John 4 134 Ringering,Carol2 163 Rinkel, Judy 4 134 Rizzoli, Janice 3 153 Robertson, Linda 3 153 Robien, Danny 3 153 Robinson, Linda 3 153 Roepke, Angela 4 134 Rogers, Debbie 2 163 Rogers, Glenn 3 153 Rogers, Joyce 2 163 Rohrkaste, Randy 3 153 Rohrkaste, Rita 3 153 Rolens, Larry 2 163 Rombach, Marsha 4 134 Rombach, Pete 3 153 Rosenthal,Cindy2 163 Rothe, JoAnn 4 134 Royce, Gail 4 134 Ruehrup, Jim 4 134 Ruemnler, Susan 2 163 Ruffner, Nane 4 134 Ruppel, Diane 4 135 Ryan, Bill 4 135 Ss St. John, Dennis2 163 Sampson, Mary 2 163 Sauerwein, Cheryl2 163 Scarborough, Deny4 135 Schaffer, Dottie 2 162 Schaffer, Kevin 2 162 Scheibe, Denny 3 153 Schekovska, Ronnie 4 135 Schipkowski, Alan 2 163 Schipkowski, Danny 3 153 Schmidt, Carla 3 153 Schmidt, Lenny 3 153 Schmidt, Linda 2 163 Schmidt, Randy 4 135 Schmidt, Roger 3 153 Schmidt, Rose Mary 2 163 Schmidt, Susanne 3 153 Schmidt, Terry3 153 Schmidt, William 2 163 Schneider, Karen 3 153 Schneider, Pate 4 135 Schoenleber, Bonita 2 163 Schoettle, Janet 2 163 Schrage, Curtis 4 135 Schulte, Debbie 3 153 Schultz, Marty 4 135 Schuitz, Paul 3 153 Schumacher, Diane 3 153 Schwear, Jerry 2 163 Schweiger, Lee 3 153 Schwengel, Bonita 4 135 Seal, Robin 4 135 Seals, Dean 4 136 Seaton, Pam 2 163 Sedlacek, Mary Kay 4 136 Sedlack, Keith 2 163 Seitz, Pat 4 136 Senn, Kathy 4 136 Shaw, Joe 3 153 Shaw, Susie 2 163 Shelly, John 3 153 Shimunek, Car] 2 163 Shimunek, Diane 4 136 Shimunek, Mary 2 163 Shimunek, Richard 3 153 Shindel, George 3 153 Shoptaw, Alan 2 163 Short, Jean 2 163 Shreffler, Ann 2 163 Sidener, ‘Ted 4 136 Sido, Kevin 2 163 Sido, Tom 3 153 Sievers, Diana 3 153 Sievers, Judy 3 153 Sievers, Sue 4 136 Simm Simps Simps Single Skagg Slaby, s, Jim 3 153 on, Pat3 153 on, Ruth 3 153 ton, Judy 3 153 s, Kathy 4 136 Janice 2 163 Slemmer, Harold 2 163 Slemmer, Sandy 4 136 Slipis, Small Small Smith, Smith, Smith, Smith, Smith, Smith, Smith, Smith, Smith, Kathy2 163 , Janet 4 136 , John 2 163 Dale 4 137 Gloria 3 153 Hartley 2 163 John 2 163 Marchie 2 163 Patricia 2 163 Ray2 163 Sharon 3 153 Sherry 4 137 Snajdr, Pat 3 151 Solomon, Richard 2 163 Solter , Mary 4 137 Somraty, Bonnie 3 153 Soper , Mike 2 163 South, Sarah 3 153 Spark Speci s, Beverly 3 153 ale, Mark 2 137 Spiller, Allan 2 163 Spiller, Gary 3 153 Spiller, Lynne 2 163 Spurli n, Sherida 3 154 Stalhut, Randy 2 163 Stalhut, Roger 2 163 Stamn, Marvin 2 163 Stamn, Russell 2 163 Starnes, Nancy 3 154 Starr, Connie 3 154 Steelman, Marie 3 154 Stevens, Barb 3 154 Stevens, Jeanne 4 137 Stevens, Patrick 2 163 Steward, Larry 2 163 Steward, Rick 2 163 Steward, Vickie 3 154 Stima c, Alan3 154 Stinson, Burnie 2 163 Stoltz Stone, , Allan 3 154 Karen 2 163 Storn, Nina 4 137 Strackeljahn, Linda 2 163 Strader, Donna 2 163 Strader, Larry 4 137 Stroh, John 3 154 Stroud, Nancy 2 163 Stroud, Steve 4 137 Strojack, Kevin 2 163 Stubblefield, John 4 137 Stulkin, Bill 4 137 Stulkin, Sharon 2 163 Stunkel, Dave 4 138 Sulc, Susie 3 154 Sulga, John 2 163 Sullivan, Patty 2 163 Sutherland, Dan 4 137 Svoboda, Dennis 2 163 + Tate, Tanna 2 164 Tefrick, Charles 3 154 Tenick, Beverly 3 154 Tenick, Marla 4 138 Tenney, Vivian 2 164 Terry, Jim 4 138 Terry, Kenneth 3 154 Thatcher, Irene 3 154 Thirion, Jerry 3 154 Thomas, Greg 2 164 Thomas, Jim 2 164 Thomas, Steve 2 164 Thomason, Marcia 2 164 Thomason, Marilyn 4 138 Tiek, Marsha 3 154 Todd, Patricia 3 154 Tolliver, Pam 3 154 Tosovsky, Nancy 2 164 Towell, Cindi 4 138 Towell, John 2 164 Townsen, Donna 2 164 Treat, Donna 4 138 Trebing, James 2 164 Tretter, Marilyn 3 154 Triebes, David 2 164 Tudor, Sara 4 138 Turnbeaugh, Janet 3 154 Turner, Ira 2 164 U Uterbrink, Joyce 2 164 Unterbrink, Ruth 3 154 Utechtt, Pam 4 138 V Vadalabene, Martin 2 164 Van Hooser, Irene 2 164 Van Petten, Steve 4 138 Van Vertloo, David 3 154 Vanzo, Jim 2 164 Varavithaya, Chaireg 4 139 Varble, Leona 3 154 Veith, Debbie 4 139 Vest, Jim 3 154 Vieth, Judy 3 154 Vieth, Marcia 4 139 Volrab, Valerie 2 164 Votrain, David 3 154 WwW Wagner, Don 4 139 Wahl, Kay 3 124 Wall, Tempest 2 164 Wallace, Garland 3 154 Wallace, James 3 154 Wallace Monica 4 139 Walls, Billy 2 164 Walls, Linda 3 154 Walter, Byron 3 154 Ward, Don 4 139 Warhol, Cindy 3 154 Warhol, Mark 4 139 Warren, Nancy 3 154 Washington, Allen 3 154 Washington, Wendy 2 164 Watson, Bob 4 139 Watson, Jayne 3 154 Watson, Richard 2 164 Waugh, Diane 4 139 Weber, Alan 4 139 Weber, Chris 3 154 Weber, Connie 2 164 Weber, Ray 3 154 Weiler, Mark 2 164 Wein, Don 2 164 Weise, Roger 3 154 Weishaup, Laurie 2 164 Welch, Leo 3 154 Wells, Chris 4 140 Wendel, Edward 2 164 Werner, Kathy 4 140 Werner, Linda 2 164 Werner, Tom 3 154 Wetzel, Dave 2 164 White, Jackie 3 154 White, Judy 2 164 White, Kenny 3 154 White, Louis 3 154 White, Paula 2 164 White, Rebecca 2 164 Whitehead, Angie 2 164 Whitehead, Gail 4 140 Whitlock, Marilyn 4 140 Whitlock, Ray 2 164 Whittaker, Dale 3 154 Whyers, Lynn 3 154 Wiegand, Sherry 4 140 Wiegand, Terry 3 154 Wiemers, Dan 2 164 Wiemers, Jim 3 154 Wieseman, Shirley 2 164 Wigfield, Allan 2 164 Wilcox, Sue 4 140 Wildgrube, Cheryl 3 154 Wilkening, Roger 4 140 Wilkinson, Charles 2 164 Willaredt, Cindy 4 140 Wille, Teresa 4 140 Williams, Carole 4 140 Williams, Darlene 4 141 Williams, David 3 154 Williams, Day 3 154 Williams, Randy 3 154 Williams, Walter 3 154 Williams, William 3 154 Wilson, Thomas 3 155 Winkle, Dennis 4 Winn, Carol 3 155 Winter, Chris 3 155 Wisnasky, Marilee 2 164 Wisnasky, Mike 4 141 Witschie, Bob 4 141 Wohlford, Brent 3 155 Wolfe, Alan 2 164 Wood, Kenneth 2 164 Wood, Patti 4 141 Wooldridge, Bruce 3 155 Wopat, Steve 4 141 ¥ Yack, Margie 3 155 Yate, Pat4 141 Yeager, Kirt 3 l York, Wanda 3 1 Z Ziesset, Cathy 4 141 Zeisset, Kenny 2 164 Zika, Steve 4 141 Zinscheag, Bill 2 164 Zoelzer, Thomas 2 164 55 55 Page Sponsor’s Index AMERICAN UNITED LIFE Wm Dorsey, Moro, Illinois 377-6126 page 22 ANN'S BEAUTY SALON 212 St. Louis Street 656-4944 page 143 AUERBACH!'S 126 North Main 656-4801 page 164 BANK OF EDWARDSVILLE 103 Purcell Street 656-0057 page 62 BEN FRANKLIN STORES 116 North Main 1504 Troy Road 656-7430 656-3529 page 29 BROOKS JEWELRY 213 North Main Street 656-0784 page 12 BRUCE O, FIEGENBAUM INS, AGENCY 232 South Buchanan 656-1174 page 53 BRUNNWORTH SALES SERVICE Box 86, Hamel, Illinois 633-2240 page 53 DALE'S BARBER SHOP 110 East Vandalia Street 656-3034 page 51 DARREL G. McDONALD, PHOTOGRAPHER 118 2nd Street 656-4305 page 67 DENIA'S RESTAURANT 111 East Vandalia Street 656-9790 page 7 DON OHL OFFICE SUPPLY 132 North Main Street 656-5404 page 51 DONUT PANTRY 1114 North Main 656-6128 page 164 EDWARDSVILLE AUTO DEALERS Edwardsville Illinois page 82 EDWARDSVILLE FROZEN FOODS 246 North Main Street 656-1477 page 93 EDWARDSVILLE GLASS SEAT COVER 102 East Vandalia SERVICE 656-7511 page 53 BUHRMESTER PAPER PAINT CO. 201 North Second Street 656-0490 page 93 CHUCK SCHMIDT INSURANCE, INC. 214 St. Louis Street 656-0120 page 86 CLAYTON CLEANERS 501 North Main Street 656-1070 page 10 CLOVER LEAF-HOME BUILDING 148 North Main Street LOAN ASSN, 656-6122 page 8 EDWARDSVILLE IMPLEMENT CO, 1601 Troy Road 656-6482 page 78 EDWARDSVILLE NATIONAL BANK 100 St. Louis Street TRUST CO. 656-4316 page 11 EDWARDSVILLE SHOE SERVICE 105 East Vandalia Street 656-4562 page 29 EICKMANN STUDIO 219 Hillsboro Avenue 656-2424 page 90 FIRST FEDERAL SAVINGS AND LOAN 300 St. Louis Street ASSOC, 656-6200 page 69 FREDMAN BROTHERS FURNITURE CO, 119 North Main Street 656-4400 LANTZ HOMES, INC. page 142 307 North Main Street H M SPORTING GOODS 656-3346 1513 Troy Road page 958 656-6008 HOLIDAY ONE HOUR CLEANERS page 78 112 Hillsboro Avenue HAMEL CO-OPERATIVE GRAIN CO, 656-0202 Hamel, Illinois page 18 633-1634 HONDA HOUSE page 13 RR 4 Box 3A HAMEL READY MIX COMPANY 656-8811 Hamel, Illinois page 164 633-2216 ILLINOIS LUMBER COMPANY page 6 225 East Vandalia Street HAMEL STATE BANK 656-1514 104 East State Street, Hamel, Il. page 78 633-2265 IMBER'S MEN'S BOY'S WEAR page 22 144 North Main Street HELPEE-SELFEE LAUNDRY DRY 656-6112 501 St. Louis Street CLEANERS page 51 656-9775 LEITNER BUILDING SERVICE page 12 1129 West High Street HENKHAUS GROCERY STORE AND LOCKER 656-4115 Hamel, Illinois PLANT page 29 633-2275 LEU'S IGA FOODLINER page 22 228 North Main Street INTERNATIONAL EXECUTIVES, INC. 656-7058 1516B Troy Road page 144 656-8860 MADISON COUNTY TRACTOR EQUIP. page 76 130 Hillsboro Avenue COM PANY IRMA'S BEAUTY SALON 656-1760 405 St. Louis Street page 13 656-4950 MADISON STORE FABRIC CENTER, INC. page 155 115 Purcell JACK'S PHILLIPS 66 SERVICE STATION 656-5033 141 West Vandalia Street page 142 656-5362 MARCELLA'S HAIR STYLIST page 7,18 148A North Main Street JIM JONES 656-3612 1407 Troy Road page 31 656-1032 McLEAN SHELL SERVICE page 17 Vandalia Kansas Streets KLAUSTERMEIER FORD 656-9867 Alhambra, Illinois page 29 Hu. 8-3435 METCALF INSURANCE AGENCY page 155 112 North Main Street KLUETER BROS. CONCRETE PRODUCTS, 656-5178 Route 157 INC. page 22 656-1358 MEYER TELEVISION SERVICE page 13 225 North Main Street KRIEGE HARDWARE 656-4620 112 East Vandalia Street page 143 656-7588 MONTCLAIR BALLWEGS DRUGS, INC. page 31 1530 Troy Road 656-3435 page 7 MONTCLAIR SHELL SERVICE STATION 1702 Troy Road 656-5115 page 155 MOORE STORK CLEANERS FURRIERS 511 North Main Street 656-5471 page 10 MOTTAR DRUG STORE 206 North Main Street 656-0067 page 18 PIZZA KING 202 South Buchanan Street 656-6214 page 10 PLETCHER FUNERAI 627 St. Louis Street 656-4968 page 93 RENKEN'S STORE FOR MEN 229 North Main Street 656-0887 page 93 ROHRKASTE'S DAIRY 1003 North Main Street 656-4780 page 67 RUSTY'S BAR RESTAURANT 1201 North Main Street 656-1113 page 143 SHUPACKS 124 North Main Street 656-1307 page 164 SOUTH SIDE AUTO REPAIR 1709 Troy Road 656-1994 page 31 SURHE GAS COMPANY Box 127 Hamel, Illinois 633-2231 page 142 NATHAN MARCUS SHOP HOME 146 North Main Street 656-0241 page 31 OVERBECK'S PAINT AND WALLPAPER 120 North Main Street STORE 656-0195 page 142 PEOPLE SAVINGS AND LOAN ASSOC, 107 Purcell Street 656-5197 page 155 PERSONALITY PLUS SHOP 318 Hillsboro Avenue 656-0704 page 67 TIGER TOWN 325 West Fourth Street 656-0437 page 144 WELLS TIRE SALES, INC. 125 West Vandalia Street 656-1540 page 53 WEST END SERVICE Schwarz West Streets 656-9812 page 18 WESTERN AUTO ASSOCIATION 315 North Main Street 656-5073 page 7 WILSON CONSTRUCTION AND DEVELOP- 1538H Troy Road MENT CO. 656-5200 page 17 YONAKA JEWELRY STORE 100 East Vandalia Street 656-1943 page 143 DON COFFMAN INSURANCE 254 North Main Street 656-2075 page 67 EDWARDSVILLE BARGAIN CENTER Collinsville Road 656-7524 page 58 Professional Patrons Alvin C. Bohm, Attorney C. L, Brockmeier, D.O, Edward O., Clark, O.D. Jerre Collins, M.D. Wayne B. Cox, O.D. Wm. Delicate, M.D. Eldon M. Durr, Attorney Wendell Durr, Attorney R. Daniel Elliot, D.D.S. Louis Gemoules, O.D. Cecelia M. Hellrung, M. M..R, Hill, DDS. Eulalia Hotz, County Clerk Edward A. Kane, A.I.A. John N, Keethler, D.D.S. E. W. Linden, M.D. Henry L. Malench, M.D. John Maeras, Madison County Treasurer Robert L. Marks, D.D.S. M. D. Nash, D.D.S. Richard B. Patterson, D.S.C. M. F. Wayne, D.D.S. Robert Weir, D.C. Club Sponsors The '67 Tiger Staff would like to take this opportunity to express our sincere gratitude for the financial aid given by the following clubs: Cappella Choir Art Club Biological Science Club Business Education Club Drama Club Forensics F.N.A. (Future Nurses of America) Future Teachers Association Physical Science Club GAA (Girls Athletic Association) Jr. Girls' Choir Sr. Girls' Choir SIT (Society for Intellectual Thinkers) Spanish Club Social Studies Club Table Tennis Club Technicians’ Club Summer Supplement 1966 ication We, the members of the Tiger staff, proudly dedicate the 1966 Summer Supplement to Miss Isabel Wood who retired after thirty-nine years of teaching at Edwardsville High School, Throughout the years she has been a helper and friend to faculty and students alike. To this fine teacher we extend our sincere gratitude. TOXI oe NG THE | " x SqLAND EFFECT AND OLOR VISION Outstanding Biology project: Nelson Balke Outstanding Physics project: Tom Yates and Bill Fruit Science Fair Outstanding Chemistry project: Sherry Lamper UNKNOWN Crowd at 1966 E.H.S, Science Fair ‘aa | AMINO ACID IDENTIFIC ATION Y B ELECTROPHORESIS =: a - a ae ed » a i - = 7 ae ae . - BRIGADOON Cast: Tommy Albright. . Rich Bridwell Jeff Douglas Archie Harry Beaton Andrew Fiona Beaton MacLaren ., Alan Thatcher Bill Westcott Jack Hoover . - - Ron Young - e David Hans Dennis Scarborough Angus Mac Guffie MacLaren Bob Lynch Charles Coffman Katie Garde Kathy Solomon Jean MacLaren .Mary Van Hooser Meg Brockie a Charlie Mr, Lundie Frank Ashton Jane Accompanists Dancers Director Choreographer Makeup Scenery Tickets Flats Band Programs Dalrymple Chris Fruth Beverly Richards Linda Brubaker Mary Strackeljahn Pam Hartung John Caban Karlyn Klopmeier Roger Blind Bill Westcott . Steve Cunningham Robert Ax Margie Cooper Anne Jenkins Ron Preloger Martha Boyle Debbie Richards - e Vickie Schrodt Linda Cox . Mr. Kessinger - - Mrs, Norton Miss Carpenter Mr, Coleman Mr, Oliver Mr. Miller Mr. Etzkorn Mrs. Day Talent Show Sponsored by Forensics and Dramatics Clubs " I hate everything in the whole world, " exclaims Mary Jane Gusewell, At right, John Luckett converses with Susan Moore and Jim Borgstede. Senior Play “Curious Savage” At lower left, attention centers around Jackie Noll's news- paper. At the right, what are Diane Schwuchow and Richard Bridwell looking at? i Piorence , Hannibal .., Fairy May Jeffrey é Mrs. Paddy Titus Savage Samuel Savage Lilly Belle Savage Ethel Savage .. Miss Wilhelmina Dr. Emmett . - - « Donna Nischwitz - Karlyn Klopmeier e« «e« « sackie Noll eer Rich Bridwell Mary Jane Gusewelle - dim Borgstede ig : Hal Yates « e e e susan Moore . . Gloria Grubaugh - Diane Schwuchow a os Jon Luckett e " new look " of the Senior Girls' Choir. tend Band and Choral Concerts Mr. Etzko Mr, Kessinger nif’ Ri Deere vn sear Pa “4%. id AOZOrt rr2Zz0-—-arz2z r =S=m2 —4M—-OQ0W Left to right: Row 1: Karma Becker, Ronna Brockmeier, Jean Wehrend, Linda Brubaker, Jackie Noll, and Karlyn Klopmeier. Row 2: David Hug, John Caban, Karla Meyer, Mary Ann Pittman, Sandra Wheeler, and Jim Borgstede. Row 3: Margie Cooper, Toni Becker, Betty Halbe, Mary Allen, Linda Meyer, and Nola Jones, Row 4: Jeanne Lovell, Vic Castagna, Alan Neese, Kenny Klette, Nelson Balke, and Steve Reinhardt, OAMAB=sms OMAOmMmm Left to Right: Row 1: Karla Meyer, Kathy Spurlin, Carol Helm, Barbara Parker, BevRichards, Jane Bev Holtmann, Antoinette Voget, Jane Voget, McIntyre, and Linda Brubaker. Row 4: David Martha Boyle, Gloria Grubaugh, Adrienne Porter, David Hug, Bill Fruit, George Peo, Bill Stafford. Row 2: LindaRedford, MaryAnn Pittman, Westcott, and John Svoboda. Row 5: Tom Yates, Pat Parker, Sandra Wheeler, Jean Eberle, Jean Mike Roberts, David Bode, Jim Borgstede, John Dorsey, Karma Becker, and Mary Ellen York. Mehl, and Dennis Suhre. Row 3; Jackie Noll, Kathy Solomon, Marla Ohm, T O H F ET T H OF Pc tT E A N Ss p §$ E oO R F C4 E 4 N 6 = 179 Fig omve we a Row 1: J, Poole, D, Gibeau, F. Crook, M, Hofeditz, H. Sanderson, D, Poos, W, Weber, D, Pour. Row 3: Coach Yates, D, Smith, W, Hopkins. Row 2: J, Brunnworth, R, Hutton, K, Martintoni, R, Blind, K, Nekola, G, Garner, S, Lynn, D, Takacs, M, Ingram, B. Ricker, J. Caban, M, Zika, A, Weber, M, Kovarik, Coach Gregor, TIGERS Alton Belleville Granite City E, St. Louis Granite City Roxana E, St. Louis Collinsville Wood River Belleville Wood River Collinsville Alton O'Fallen E. St. Louis -Lincoln Southwest Conf, Dist. at Staunton- Worden Staunton Reg. at Wood River Gillespie Alton “lo ox wht -1 bt i ) aa — " on o © — bo eH Re DO - 7 ye OS ix - ae - Ae wr oo wow oe © Se Coach Dick Hutton is shown holding the trophy won in State Ben Ricker scores during a game at LeClair Field. competition, Tiger Baseball An Edwardsville Player attempts to score. First row: Steve Skinner, Garland Wallace, Ray Weber, Louie Johnson, Curd Alexander, Mgr. Jeff Lewis. Third Deny Scarborough, Bob Jurgena, Mike Combs, Kenny Klette, row: Coach Pat Price, Jim Vest, Dennis Hammer, Bill Tom Wilson. Second Row: Mike Cerny, Charles Kassing, Harris, Louie Hartmann, Mike Aljets, Vince Jason, Jim Don Brunworth, Mike Miller, Jack Hamlin, Kenny White, Jackson, Mickey Moore, Coach Ben Isselhardt, Tiger Track '66 Right: Curd Alexander passes the baton to " Scrappy " Jackson as the officials look on duringa relay race at East St. Louis. Below: Ray Weber cuts the tape as the Tigers take another relay race, Lower opposite page: Mickey Moore competes for the Tigers in the high hurdles at East St. Louis. piu kc Res . Front Row: D, Mindrup, B. Wohlford, G, Mudge, L. Kotva, J. Kappler. Back Row: Coach Miller, R, Overback, A, Arth, B, Blumburg, M, Laaser, G, Anderson Allen Arth returns a serve Tennis Bob Donner at Sunset Front Row: T. Dustman, B, Ahrens, D, Van Vertloo, K, Myers, B, Lautner, R, Weise, T. Schmidt, Coach Ott, M. - a r a t Tatas ta i a: a oh Coat Cr rr Dennis Suhre receives Afnerican Legion Below: FNA Awards . Right: Football Left: Speech Awards. Right: Golf Awards Sophomore - ra = wu 7 6) i 7 : uh mL — CG = x Left: ee On May 26, the “4 Senior Class was honored with a breakfast in the — morning, and an ss awards assembly in the afternoon, Mike Roberts--Letterman Jackie Noll, Karla Meyer, John Mehl--Lions Club Award Senior Choir sings " Halls of Ivy " Baccalaureate Services Sunday Evening, May 29, 1966 Eight O'Clock Meyerbeer Program of Worship Processional " The Coronation March " From ''LePhophete " Pianist - Deborah Richards . « « « The Rev. Thomas C, Meredith Gounod Invocation " Even Bravest Heart May Swell " ......s-ecce Vocalist - Karlyn Klopmeier Accompanist - Martha Boyle The Rev, Thomas C, Meredith Malotte Scripture: Luke 9:57-62 ... " The Lord's Prayer " ore eee oe. Oe a eee Vocalists - Linda Brubaker, Beverly Richards Accompanist - Martha Boyle . The Rev. Walter Mehl " Take a Look " The Rev. Thomas C, Meredith Sermon .. Mendelssohn The Benedictory Prayer " The War March of the Priests " Pianist - Deborah Richards Recessional Commencement Exercises Jackie Noll addresses the class, The top ten of the Class of '66, Jerry Moore received his diploma from Mr, Fruit--President of the Board of Education ge neem “4


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