Edwardsville High School - Tiger Yearbook (Edwardsville, IL)

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Edwardsville, Illinois In This Issue: Graduates Juniors Sophomores Freshmen Administration Features Organizations Spring Calendar Classified Ads Edwardsville High School 145 West Street Edwardsville, [llinois 62025 Neal Schmelzel Principal Vol. 64 1977 Tiger Staff Editors-In-Chief Sally Eihausen, senior Kim Stahlhut, senior Business Manager Gay Jones, junior Production Staff: Seniors Shirley Ashauer, Richard Berry, John Butler, Ann Dickman, Liz Dickman, Marla Gusewelle, Cathy Schmidt, Teresa Schreier, Cindy Stahlthut, Ronda Williamson; junior Gail Lechner; sophomores Gail Nekola, Lori Sobkowski, and Barb Willard Freelance Contributors: Artwork: Seniors Grady Ambuel and Sharon Mueggenburg Copy: Seniors Anna Barton, Denise Kruckeberg, Donna Kruse, Keri Melosi, Sharon Mueggenburg, Pam Newton, Dave Schlueter, Russ Semanisin, Heidi Steinbrecher, Patti Suessen, Doug Willard; and junior Sue Perry . Photography: Mr. Jack Ott, senior John Rendieman, junior Bill Mudge, and sophomore Mark Wilson Photos by Rembrandt Studios St. Louis, Mo. 63117 Published by Walsworth Publishing Co. Marceline, Mo. 64658 Seniors Are Front Page News £ Senior Class president John Rendleman holds court with other class officers--Jamie McLauchlan, treasurer; Sally Eihausen, secretary; and Stacey A bert, vice-president. “Big Bruce”’ Is Show Stopper When June 8 rolls around, E.H.S. will lose two of its more talented ‘“‘characters’’--Bruce Klobnak and Kevin Kitchens. Bruce and Kevin share the ability to impersonate well-known personali- ties including Paul Lynde, John Wayne, Billy Graham, Preach, assorted coaches and teachers and a host of others. Also included in their reper- toire are birds, ripping paper, animals, typewriters, and a variety of other sound effects. Well known in home room and other circles, the duo came to school- wide prominence in March when they took first place in the Student Council Variety Show. Highlight of the evening was their prize winning performance of “Big Bruce,”’ which brought them a standing ovation and $25 prize money. (cont. in col. 2) Bruce Klobnak and Kevin Kit- chens delighted the crowd at the Variety Show. As an entertaining encore, they played a few individual ‘‘classroom’’ dates. Seniors Leave Over $600 According to tradition, when the senior class reaches its long awaited graduation day it leaves behind some memento or remembrance. This year’s senior class had a difficult time deciding what form their “class gift’’ should take. Ideas under consideration included donating any remaining class mo ney to the marquee fund or to the school improvement fund. Money in the class amounted to over $600. The class treasury was fed through the years by selling popcorn, letterettes, candy bars, and by holding a raffle at Fall Festival. Largest expenditure for the class of '77 was the 1976 Jr.-Sr. Prom, considered one of the best ever given. (see photos pp. 198-199) treasury Top Wrestler Senior Phil Brazier has compiled a rather impressive record as one of the top wrestlers at E.H.S. He sports a high school career record of 42-34-1, with more wins than any other senior on the wrestling team. Over the years, Brazier has had 21 falls to his credit, with the fastest coming in 48 seconds. His '76-’77 record is 25-10, winning more matches and being credited with more falls than any of his teammates. Wrestling since he was in eighth grade, Brazier has spent three years as Tiger varsity Wrestler in the 132 pound weight class. Though wrestling holds his main sports interest, he played three years of football at E.H.S., church league basketball, and intramural soccer. (related photos p.146) Stacey A. Abert Ruth Anne Abram Margaret D. Ades 1,2,3,4: A Mixed Choir 2,3; Office Worker 3 French Club 3,4; S.1.T. 3,4 (co-editor); Tennis 1,2,3,4; Tiger Times 4. Mary Dana Abbott Spanish Club 3,4; Drama Club Student Council Rep 1,2,3,4; Thespians 3,4; Chorus 1; Cappella 3,4; Chorus 1: Mixed Mixed Chorus 2; Jr. Sr. Girls’ Chorus 2; Class Vice-Pres. 4. Choir; Tennis 2,3,4 Donya Adkerson Eileen Albrecht Jim Aljets Chorus 1,2,3; G.A.A. 1,2; Powderpuff Football 3; Office Worker 3,4; Tiger Times 4. Grady Ambuel Bruce Anderson James Arnold Spanish Club 1,2,3,4 (treas. 3; pres. 4); Track 1,2; Tiger Times 4. Karen Allison m 2 = ” , = : Pa Mike Arnold Shirley Ashauer Steve Aubrecht Kathy Aylward French Club 1,2,3,4; Bleacher Bums 1,2; S.1.T. 3; Student Council Rep. 2; Tiger Times 4; Yearbook 3,4; Fresh- man Chorus 1; Mixed Chorus 2,3; A Cappella 4; G.A.A. 1,2; Track 1,2,3,4; NHS 3,4; lil. St. Scholar. Mark Baer James Ballance Kent Balsters Joyce Bartels Anna L. Barton Greg Barton Alice Ruth Baumann 0.0.; O.E.A. (Area, State, Natn'l); National Honor Society; Band 1,2,3,4; S.1.T. 4; Spanish Club 4; G.A.A. Freshman Chorus, Mixed Chorus 2,3. Pep Band 2,4; All-District Band 4; 1,2; Powderpuff Football 3,4. G.A.A. 4; Basketball 2; Tennis 2,3,4; Track 2,3,4. 5 Susan Denise Beaty Narelle Beaumont Office Worker 2,3,4. Richard H. Berry Connie Bertels Ecology Club 1,2,3; German Club 3; G.A.A. 1,2,3,4; F.H.A. 1,2,3; Band Yearbook 4; Tiger Band 1; Sym- 1,2,3,4; Chorus 1; A Cappella 3,4; Susan Bennett Donna Marie Bequette S.1.T. 3,4 (Co-Editor 4); Spanish Club 4; Concert Band 2; Symphonic Band 3,4; All-District Band 4; Tiger Usherette 3; National Honor Society 3,4. Timothy D. Bertels phonic Band 2,3,4; Pep Band 2,3,4; Field Hockey 2,3,4; Volleyball 2,3,4; 1. Stage Band 2,3,4; Chorus 1,2; A Intramural Volleyball 1,2,3. Cappella 3,4; Swing Choir 3,4; Madrigals 3,4; All Dis St. 3,4. yf Terry Biarkis Donna Blackard Cindy L. Blase Chorus 1; Mixed Chorus; A Cappella; Madrigals; Football 2; Library Werker Rosie Blaylock Tony Bobrowski Donna Bone Jesse Bone Dan Bornemann German Club 1,2; G.A.A. 1,2; Librarian 1,3; Office Worker 4; Tiger Times 4. Don Bouse Vivian Braasch Susan L. Bradford German Club 3,4; Russian Club 3,4 0.0.; O.E.A. (Area, State, Natn'l) (Sec'y 4); Mixed Chorus 2; Girls P.E. Office Worker 4. Doug Braly Leah Brase Bonny Bratten Dennis Braundmeier A Cappella 3,4; Madrigals 4; Swing 0.0. (Area, State, Natn'l). Football 1,2,3,4; Basketball Choir 4; All-District 3,4. 1,2,3,4; Baseball 1,2,3; Homecoming Court 3,4. Phillip F. Brazier Band 1,2; Football 1,2,3; Wresti- 1,2,3,4; In- ing 1,2,3,4; Track tramurals 1,2,3,4; Tiger Times 4 Gary Brown Rachelle Buehler Tiger Times 4; Freshman Chorus 1 Tom Breihan Adola Bridgman French Club 1,2,3; Yearbook 3; 0.0. 4; Chorus 1; Track 2,3; Powderpuff 1,2; Office Football Worker 3. 3,4; G.A.A. Jill Elizabeth Brown Susan Marie Broderick Student Council 1,2,3,4; German Club 1,2; Pep Band 1; Chorus 1,2; Cappella 3,4; Tiger Band Symphonic Band 2,3,4; Cheerleader 1,2,3 (capt. 1; J.V. capt. 3); Tennis. Debra S. Brunnworth Freshman Chorus 1; Mixed Chorus 2; G.A.A. 1,2; Chorus 1; 0.0. 4; Office Jr.-Sr. Choir 3; G.A.A. 1,2. Worker 1,2. Cathy Buhr Pep Band 2,3,4; Tiger Band 1,2; Sym- phonic Band 3,4 (v.p. 4); Chorus 1,2; A Cappella 3,4 (sec’y 4); All Dis. 4; Madrigals 4; Speech 2,3. Mary Bulmer Kathy Burden P.E. Office Worker 3; Attendance Of- fice Worker 4; Basketball 3; Powder- puff Football 3,4; G.A.A. 4. Michelle J. Burge Susan Burns Brian Burton John E. Butler Russian Club 1,2,3,4; Tiger Band 1; Photography Club 3; J.V| Symphonic Band 2,3,4; Chorus 2; A Basketball Manager 1,2; Foot- Cappella 3,4; All District Choir 3,4 ball 1,2; Tiger Times 4; Yearbook 4. Suzanne Caban Lee Cadwallader Karen Cannon Ecology Club 2; Chess Club 2; S.I.T. 2,3,4 (v. pres. 4); Russian Club 1,2,3,4 (treas. 3; v. pres. 4); Chess Team 2,3.4. Jay Carrigan Sheryl Carver Jeffrey A. Cassens Daryl Chapman National Honor Society 3,4; A Cap- Russian Club 1,2,3,4; S.I.T. 2; Chess pella 4; Madrigals 4; All District Choir; 1,2; Student Council 1,2; Band Powderpuff Football 4. 1,2,3,4; Drum Major 1,2,3,4. Marla Chester Robert E. Close Spanish Club 2,3,4 (treas. 4) a Linda S. Cockrill O.E.A. (Area, State); O.0.; Transfer from Collinsville. 10 Jim Chiste Gayla Cluster Chorus 1; Gregory W. Coffey Photography Club 2,3; Wrestling 1,2; Golf 1. Tiger Times 3; Pep Club; Freshman Irene Christakos Jill Cobetto Spanish Club 2; Tiger Times 3; Band Mixed Chorus 2; 1; Jr.-Sr. Homecoming Court 3,4 (Special Maid 4); Cheerleader 1,2,3,4. Rhonda E. Clark O.E.A. 4; G.A.A. 1; 0.0. (Area, State, Natn'l 4). Choir 3,4; Mixed Choir 2; G.A.A. 1; Powderpuff Foot- ball 3; Student Librarian 4 Deborah Coffman Judy Compton Linda Compton Ann Conreaux David Cook Cindy Cooper 0.0; O.E.A. (Area, State, Natn'l); Spanish Club 1; Tiger Times; Wresti- French Club 1,2; Spanish Club 3; ing 1,2; Intramurals 1,2,3,4. G.AA. 1 Lee Ann Coultas Brian D. Cox Beth Coy Varsity Football Manager 1; German Club 1; G.A.A. 4; Pep Club 4; Freshman Baseball Statistician 1; In- Chorus 1,2; A Cappella 3,4; Tiger tramural Basketball 3. Band 1; Symphonic Band 2,3,4; Pep Band 1,2,3,4; All County Band 1,3; All District Band 4; Flag Corps 2,3,4. Richard C. Coy Janice Lynn Craig Rhonda Cross Kathryn Ann Cullen Chess 2: German Club 2,3,4; Pep German Club 2,3,4; G.A.A. 1,2; All District Band 4; Pep Band 2; Club 1,2,3,4; Band 1,2,3; Chorus 1,2; Freshman Chorus 1; Mixed Chorus 2; Symphonic Band 2,3,4; Tiger A Cappella 3,4 (tr. 4); Choir 3,4; A Cappella 3,4; Girls’ Track Team 2; Band 1. Madrigals 3,4. Tiger Times 4; Office Worker 1. George A. Curry Beth Daugherty Edward Dettmer Pam Dever Track 1,2. Spanish Club 1,2,3,4 (sec'y 4); D.E.C.A. 4. . Pia Tracey Dickey Anne Theresa Dickman Elizabeth M. Dickman O.E.A. (Area, State, Natn'l); Track German Club 2,3,4 (treas. 3,4); S.I.T. 2,3,4 (Pres. 4); Yearbook 3,4; 2,3,4. Spanish Club 4; National Honor Spanish Club 4; Mixed Chorus; Jr. Sr. Society 3,4; Yearbook 3,4; Chorus 1; Girls Chorus. Mixed Chorus 2; Jr. Sr. Girls’ Chorus; Office Worker 4; S.I.T. 2. Susan Elizabeth Dierkes Joe Distler Anthony L. Dodson Janet Donald G.A.A. 1; F.B.L.A. 2. 12 she =] mH — ze — | . Joyce Donald Perry Douglas Tom Downing Janet Dragich Marcia Dudacek Rosemary Dujka David W. Dunn German Club 1,2; Student Council Football 1,2,3; Basketball 1; Track 2,3,4 (Sec. 4); Chorus 1; Mixed 1,2,3,4. Chorus 2; G.A.A. 1. Chris Durham Gary Durham Loren Early Leona East Baseball 1,2; Basketball 2; Cross- Tennis 1; Intramural Basketball 2,3. F.H.A. 2.4; GAA 1,2; Office Country 1. Worker 2,3 13 Jeff Eberhart Daniel S. Eibeck Sally Jo Eihausen Randy Elam Civil Air Patrol 1,2,3,4; Squadron Chorus 1,2,3; Pep Club 1,2,3 (Tiger Commander 4; Mitchell Award 3; Mascot 2); Student Council 2,3,4 Earhart Award 4; Glider Pilot 4 (Scribe 4; Sec. 3); Class Sec'y 4; National Honor Society 3,4; Yearbook 3,4 (Co-Editor 4). John Elias Ronnie Ellinger Lori Elliot Basketball 1; Track 1; Intramurals Art Club; Volleyball 1; Office Worker 2,3. 1,2,3. lL Tracy Enloe Steven D. Erickson Randy Erspamer Shawn Etzkorn Wrestling 1,2,3,4. Marcia Evans Rhonda Kay Farmer Ann Fedor Jim A. Ferraris Chorus 1,2; A Cappella 3; O.E.A. Spanish Club 1,2; S.I.T. 1,2,3; Pep (Area, State, and National) Club 1,2; Girls’ Track 1,2; G.AA. 1,2,3,4; Chorus 1,2; A Cappella 3,4; Swing Choir 3,4. John Fischer Bill Fisher Phillip Fitch F.F.A. 1,2,3,4. Page Sponsor REMBRANDT STUDIOS Patricia A. Foe Jim Foehrkalb Kristi Force Mark Fortado Chorus 1,2; A Cap. 3,4; Track 2; Ten- Golf 1; V.I.C.A. 4. Chorus 2; A Cappella 3; nis 3,4; Russian 1,2,3,4; G.A.A. 1,2; All-District 3. NHS 3,4; St. Council 2,3,4; Pep Club 1,2,3,4. 15 Steve Foster Debbie Fowler Dennis France Chorus 1,2; Class Vice-Pres. 1; Class Sec'y 2; Spanish Club 1 Paula Franzi Amy Frey Jean Marie Gabalis Concert Band 1,2; Symphonic Band 3,4; Pep Band 1,2,3,4; Powderpuff Football 4; Flag Corps 2,3,4 Adele Gallant Dan Galliher Scott Garbs John Garner Kathleen V. Garrison Luann Gemoules Mary Gengler Juli Gerlach Office Occupations; O.E.A. (Area, Band. State, and National); F.B.L.A.; G.A.A.; Drama Club; Chorus 2. Joseph Geuss Patti Giardina Debra Gibson Band 1,2,3; Girls’ Track 2,3,4; Powderpuff Football 3. Linda M. Gibson Toyi V. Gibson Kathy Lynn Gillihan Debbie Gillis Chorus 2,3; Office Worker 2. Student Council 1; Chorus 2,3; Powderpuff Football 3; Office Worker 3. So Susan Elaine Graham Terri Green Dennis Greene Bradley S. Gregor G.A.A. 1,2,3; Pep Club 1,2; Spanish Club 1; F.B.L.A. 2,3; V.I.C.A Track 1,2. Student Council 1; Class Treasurer 1; Spanish Club 1; Art Club 4; 4. National Honor Society 3,4; Football Freshman Chorus 1; Mixed 1; Basketball 1,2,3; Baseball 1,2,3,4. Chorus 2. Marsha L. Griffin Betty Lou Grigg Angela Vidette Gr iggs Band 1,2,3,4. Concert Band 1; Symphonic Band F.B.L.A. 2,3,4; Mixed Chorus. 2,3,4; Pep Band 1,2,3,4; All County 1; All District 4; Chorus 2. Page Sponsor REMBRANDT STUDIO Patty Lynn Gueldener Susan D. Gunderson Karin Gunn Maria Gusewelle French 3 (v.p.); G.A.A. 3,4; Tiger Yearbook 3,4; German Club 1; Band 1; Concert Band 2; Symphonic Chorus 1,2; Powderpuff Football 3; Band 3,4; Pep Band 1,2,3,4; Flags G.A.A. 1; Office Worker 1,4; 2,3,4 (capt. 2,3,4); Track 1. Homecoming Committee 3. J i — alll kis Wey Patricia M. Haarmann Bill Hale 0.0. 4 (treas.); Chorus 3; Office D.O.; V.I.C.A Worker 3; Business Office Worker 4 Shawn Guyot Daniel Harbers Rick L. Haring Football 1,2,3,4; Wrestling 1,2. Eleanor L. Harms Beth Harrison Jane Hartman Flag Corps 2,3,4 (capt.); Band 1,2,3,4; Student Council 1,2,3,4; Spanish A Cappella 3,4; Chorus 1,2; Softball Club 2,3,4; Chorus 1; Mixed Chorus 1,3; Field Hockey 2,3,4; Basketball 3; 2; G.A.A. 1; Powderpuff Football 3; G.A.A. 2,3,4. Office Worker 1,3. Michael Hammonds Rob Haring Wrestling 4. Jerry Hawley Drama Club 2,3,4; Student Council 4; Speech Team 4; Thespians 3,4; Drama Club Plays. Tom Heepke James Heilig Sue Helmkamp F.F.A. 1,2,3,4 (sec'y 2; pres. 3): Intramural Basketball 2,4 Yvette Henderson Wee gcd KEEN 7. Ricky Henke Cindy Henson Karla Hering | Rick Hernandez Rhonda J. Herron Kathy Hertel Harold Highlander Wrestling 1,2,3,4. 0.0. 4 (sec’y 4; area pres. 4); P.E. Of- Football 1,2,3,4; Wrestling fice worker 4; Transfer from Joliet. 1,2,3,4. Regina L. Hilliard Tom Hillmer Kurt F. Hinnen Allan Hoppe Tiger Times 4; F.H.A. 1,2; D.E.C.A. (pres. 4); Chorus 1,2,3; G.A.A. 2; Office Worker 2. Jeffrey Thomas Hornberger Colleen Hudlin Eric Keith Hunt Football 1,2,3,4; Basketball 1,2,3,4; F.B.L.A. 4; Tennis 3,4; Drill Team 1. Student Council 1; A.V. 2,3,4; Tiger Track and Field 1,2,3,4; Homecoming Times 3. Court 2,4; Tiger Times 4. Mark Huntley Guy Jackson Marilyn Jackson Tammy Jackson Tech Club 1,2,3,4 (pres. 3; sec'y 4); Wrestling 1,2,3,4; Football 4. French Club 2; Drama Club 1,2; Foot- ball 1; Intramural Soccer 2; Play 1. | Py “A = se Ee 4 . ; 3 . ez . A a Terrie Jackson Eileen Jarosik Richard T. Jarrett Darren Jason Tiger Times; Varsity Golf 2,3,4; Var- Track 1; Cross Country 1. sity Tennis 1,2; Basketball 1,2. ¢ » . , é : . ¥ ¥ ‘ i ie ‘ t uf } Susan Jellen Kurt Johnson Paula Faye Johnson V.1.C.A. (sec'y 4). S.I.T. 3. Ricky Johnson Audrey Kay Jones Donna Jones John Jones 0.0. 4; Chorus 2. Ne Kevin Jones Band 3; Transfer Brentwood High School James Joseph Kadlecek Bob Keyser Football 1,2,3,4; Baseball 1,2; Tiger Times 4; Royal Escort 4. Robert Jones Baseball 1,2,3,4. David Kiley Drama Club 1,2,3,4 (sgt. at arms 3; v.- pres. 4); Thespians 1,2,3,4; Speech Team 4; Pep Club 3,4; Chorus 1; Mix- ed Chorus 2; A Cappella 3,4; Thes- pian Play 1,2,3; Fall Play 2; N.H.S. 3,4. Vera Jones Karen Jouett Bleacher Bums 3; D.E. 4; Chorus 1; Mixed Chorus 2,3; Cheerleading 2,3; G.A.A. 1. Philip Kayser Joseph T. Kelleher Ill Student Council 1,2,3,4; Drama Club 1,2,3,4; Thespian Society 2,3,4; Span- ish Club 2,3,4; Photography Club 2,3; Bleacher Bums 2,3,4; S.I.T. 2,3; Tech Club 1,2,3,4; Chess Club 1,2; Mixed Chorus 2,3,4; Tennis 1; Soccer 2; Plays 1,2,3,4. Kathy Kinamore Jeanne Lynn King Tiger Band 1; Symphonic Band 2,3,4; Pep Band 1,2,3,4; All District 4; Rifle Team 4. | ay i « Joann Kipp Kevin Kitchens Brian Klaus Larry Klenke Roger E. Klenke F Bruce Klobnak F-F-A. 1.23.4 (asst. v-Pres; Baseball 1,2,3,4; Football 1,2,3,4; treas.; v. pres. 4). Basketball 1,2; Homecoming Court 3,4; Art Club 1,2,3. Lonnie Klenke Kathy Koenig Beth Koepke Cliff Koertge Debbie Kohimiller Chorus 1,2,3; 0.0.; O.E.A. Baseball 1,2. (area, state, natn’l); Powderpuff football 4; Track 1,2; Cheerleading 1,2,3,4; Tiger Times; Pep Club 1,2,3,4. Amy Kovarik Andy Kovarik Connie S. Kraner Jerry Kreeger Football 1,2,3,4; Baseball 1,2,3,4. G.A.A. 1,2,3; D.E. 4 (v.-pres. 4); Chorus 1,2,3; Field Hockey 3 Nancy Sue Kronk Mary Krotz Denise Kruckeberg Chorus 1; Mixed Chorus 2,3; Office G.A.A. 1,2; German Club 2; Powder- worker 2 puff Football 4; Office worker 4; Tiger Times 4; Librarian 1; Yearbook 4. i Donna Lee Kruse Karen Kuethe Tony Kuethe Doris Sue Kulfinski G.A.A. 1,2,3; Mixed Chorus 2,3; F.H.A. 1,2; G,A.A. 1,2; Chorus 1,2. C.C.F. 3,4; S.I.T. 2,3,4 (v.-pres. Track 2; Office worker 3,4; 3); Ecology Club 2,3,4; Chorus 1; Tiger Times 4. Mixed Chorus 2,4; Jr.-Sr. Girl's Chorus 3; Band 1. Randy Labardi Michael Ladd Rich Lanham Janet Leitner Boys’ Track 1,2; Football 1,2,3,4 Martha Ann Leitner Ann M. Leopold Kevin E. Lewis German Club 1,2; Chorus 1,2; G.A.A. Pep Club 1; Usherette 3 1; Powderpuff Football 3; Student Council 2,3; A Cappella 3,4; Tiger Times 4. Tom Lockett Charles Thomas Loew Kevin Loew Jerry Logan D.E.C.A.; Chorus 1; Football 1; Chorus 1; D.O.; V.I.C.A. Baseball 1,2,3. Track 1,2 4 Mark Lucas Sue Ludwig Gary A. Maag Grace A. Maag Kent Maedge Terri Maes Joe Makler ee a Joann V. Mareing Steve Paul Marfia Chris Marshall Tony Martin Spanish 2,3,4; Chorus 1,2; ACap. 3,4; Chorus 1,2; A Cap. 3,4; Madrigals 4; V.LC.A. Stage Band 1,2,3; Concert 1,2; Sym- Concert Band 1; Symphonic 2,3,4; phonic 3; Pep Band 1,2,3; NHS 3,4; Stage 2,3,4; Pep Band 1,2,3,4; All- Math Team 1,2,3. Cty Dis. 3,4. Jill Mayberry Randy “Mac” McCormick Mike McCoy Richard McDougal German Club 1,2; Stud ent Baseball 1,2; Football 2; Council 1,2,3,4; K.D.S.C Intramurals 2,3,4. Officer 3,4. A Kimberly L. McGinnis Sam Mcintyre Jamie Lynne McLauchlian Class Treas. 4; Student Council 3,4; Tiger Times 4; Chorus 1,2; Powder- puff Football 3; Office Worker 4; Yearbook 4; Tiger Usherette 3. ¢ . »” - eem? | 2 ul ae = a= tie at Pat McLean Susan R. McPherson Jackie McRae Shannon McReaken Chorus 1; Mixed Chorus 2. F.B.L.A. 2 (historian); V.I.C.A. 4. Sue Meek Spanish Club 2,3,4; Yearbook 3; Chorus 1; Softball 2; Track 1; Cheerleading 1; Court 1,4; Prom Committee 3; 7 - Kimberly Rebecca Meier Linda Meinzen Tiger Band 1; Symphonic Band 2,3,4; Jr.-Sr. Girls’ Chorus 3; SIU Orchestra 2,3; Chamber A Cappella 4. Homecoming Orchestra 4; All District 2,3,4; All Homecoming Committee 3. State 2; Flag Corps 2,3,4. he, Patricia Menk Rebecca Lynn Mewes Page Sponsor REMBRANDT STUDIOS Jeff Merkel Linda M. Merkel Cross Country 1; Student Council 2; Keri Lyn Melosi O.E.A. (area, local v.-pres. natn’l) Powderpuff Football 3,4; Homeco ing Court 1,4; Tiger Times 4; Pro Committee 3. Chorus 1,2; A Basketball 1,2,3,4; Cappella 3,4; Madrigals 3,4; Swing Baseball 2,4; Golf 1,2,3,4 Choir 4; All District 4; GAA. 1; Homecoming Court 3. John Meyer Craig A. Miller Spanish Club 1,2,3,4 (v.-pres. 4); Chorus 1,2; Football 2; Tennis 1,2,3,4; Wrestling mgr. 2; Intramural Basket- ball 2. David Miller 9 aa Carolyn Milton Valerie Missey Donna Mize Kathy Moore Marilynn Morehead Mary Jane Morrisey Sharon Muegge nburg French Club 1; F.B.L.A. 2; S.1.T. 4. 0.0. (area v.-pres.; local pres.; state, natn'l) 4; F.B.L.A. 3,4 (area, local, state, natn’! 3,4; local sec’y 3); G.A.A. 1,2,3,4; Softball mgr. 3,4; Office Worker 1,2,3; Tiger Times 4. Mark Mueller Ron Mueller Gloria Mulnik Donn Murray Drama Club 2,3,4; Thespians 3,4; Speech Team 2,3,4; F.B.L.A. 4; Foot- ball 1,2; Wrestling 1; Intramural Wrestling 3; Contest Play 3. German Club 2,3,4; Photography Club 4; Band 1,2,3,4; Pep Band 1,2,3,4; Stage Band 2,3,4; Wrestling 2,3,4. Nancy Lynn Myer French Club 1,3; Spanish Club 2,3,4; Ecology Club 1,2; Math Team 3; Tiger Band 1; Symphonic Band 2,3,4; Pep Band 1,2,3,4; All District 4. Julie Nelson Kathy Nelson Ecology Club 1; Spanish Club 1,2; S.1.T. 2; Russian Club 4; N.H.S. 3,4; Student Council 2,3,4 (exec. board); Mixed Chorus 2; G.A.A. 1; Track 2; In- tramural Volleyball 1. Tom Nelson Bruce Nemnich Debra Nettleton Annette Neuhaus ae ¥ Bob Newman O.E.A. (area, state, natn'l); G.A.A. 1,2; German Club 3; Chorus 1; Mixed Chorus 2; Jr.-Sr. Girls’ Chorus 3. Karla Newton Pam Newton Yearbook 3; Chorus 1,2; Track 2; Powderpuff Football 4; Clas s Pres. 2; Tiger Times 4; Student Council 2. Lanette Nicol Student Council 2,3,4 (hist. 3; exec. brd. 4); Chorus 1,2; Powderpuff Foot ball 3,4. 31 “yl ' Anna Niebling Tom Nilges Dennis Noto Beth Ohm Art Club 0.0. 4 (area, state, natn’! 4); Mixed Chorus 2,3 Terence O'Laughlin Allen Ondes Jeff Orman Amy Ottwein John Owens Beverly Pakovich Joyce A. Pape Chorus 1; Mixed Chorus 2; A 0.0. 4; O.E.A. (area, state, natn’! 4) Cappella 3,4; Homecoming Chorus 1; G.A.A. 1. Court 1,4; Homecoming Queen 4. Andy Parker Randy Partridge Pam Paul Cindy Peake F.F.A. Drama Club 1,2,3,4; Speech Team 1,2; Spanish Club 2; Tiger Times 4; Transfer from Dade City, Fla. Lisa Perini John Perry Mark A. Peterson O.E.A. 4 (area, state, natn'l 4); G.A.A. A.V. 1,2; Intramural Soccer 1. 2; F.B.L.A. 2,3 (treas. 3); Chorus 1,2,3; Office Worker 4. Diana Joan Petrovich Peggy Pfeiffer Roger Philabaun Patricia A. Phillips Band 1,2; Powderpuff Football 4. . ae it at SULT ™ a ety! ais Rae | SOGERAYAR rT . Mike Pinkas Sharon Poos Kathleen Marie Pratt Gonnie Price Student Council 2,3,4; German Club 1,2,3,4; Pep Club 2; N.H S. 3,4; Chorus 1,2; G.AA. 1 Dave Prier Lonnie Pruett Kathy A. Pulliam Re f Richard Pyles Linda Reinhold Wayne Reinneck John S. Rendieman F.F.A. 1,2,3,4; Spanish Club 2,3; Student Council Baseball 1,2,3,4; Photography Club 2,3,4 (v.-pres. 2; Tech Club 2,3,4; 1,2,3,4 (v.-pres. 3; pres. 4); N.H.S. 3,4; Intramural Basketball 2.3. pres. 3); Football 1,2,3,4; Wrestling A.V. 1,2,3,4:; S.1.T. 2; Chorus 1,2; G.A.A. 1. 1,2,4; Track 2,3,4; Golf 1; N.H.S. 3,4; Student Council 2,3,4. Tiger Times 3,4; Yearbook 3. yy 7“, TAWA y Curt Rimkus Diane Renken Kathy Lynn Reuscher George Rezabek, Jr. G.A.A. 1,2; S.I.T. 4; Spanish Club Pep Club 3; Tiger Times 4; Ecology Club 1; 4; E Block 3; Student Council 3; German Club 1,2,3,4 Student Council 1,2,3,4 Mixed Chorus 2; Powderpuff (historian 3; pres. 4); (treas. 3; v.-pres. 4); Varsity Football 3,4; Librarian 3. Chorus 1,2; A Cappella 3,4; Baseball Mgr. 2; N.H.S. 3,4; G.A.A. 1; Office Worker 2,4. Jr. Class Treas. Roxane Ringering Tom F. B. Rohrkaste Mark Rusciolelli Mark Russo Track 1; Football 2; Soccer 4; Intramural Soccer 1,2,3; Homecoming Court 1; Yearbook 1; N.H.S. 3,4; Math Team 2. Kathy Ryan Dave St. Pierre Michael Sanders Football 4. 7 0 Se David Sands Jack Sartoris Patti Sauerwein G.A.A. 1; Track 1,2,3; Court 2. Homecoming Richard Schaefer Nancy Scheibal Robert Schien Ken Schiemer G.A.A. 1,2; Homecoming Court 2; Class Treas. 2; Softball 1,2,3; Basket- ball 3; Field Hockey 3; Intramurals 1,2,3; Class Vice-Pres. 3; National Honor Society 3,4; Who's Who. David Schlueter Bruce Schmidt Cathy Schmidt Jeff Schmidt French Club 3; F.B.L.A. 3,4 (v.-pres. A Cappella 3,4 (pres. 4); Tiger Band 4); Wrestling Cheerleader 3; Powder- 1; Symphonic Band 2,3,4; Chorus 1,2; puff Football 4; Pep Club 3,4; Year- Swing Choir 3,4; All-District 3,4; All- book 4. State 3,4; Tiger Mascot 3,4. Jerlyn R. Schmidt Tracey Beth Schmidt Jack Schneider Teresa Dianne Schreier Spanish Club 2,3,4; Pep Club 3,4; Student Council 1,2,3; Pep Club Football 3,4. Band 1,2,3,4; Flag Corps 3,4; Ecology Club 1,2,3,4 (pres. 4); Mixed 1,2,3,4; G.A.A. 1,2; Chorus 1,2,3; Chorus 1,2; Jr.-Sr. Girls’ Choir Chorus 2; A Cappella 3,4; Pep Band Softball 1; Basketball 1,2,3,4; In- 3,4; Pep Band 1,2,3,4; Yearbook 1,2,3,4; Band 1,2,3,4 (sec.-treas.). tramurals 1,2,3,4; Powderpuff 3,4; Staff 4. Tiger Times 4 Sue Sellers Russ Semanisin Pamela Sethaler Baseball 1,2,3,4; Tiger Times 4; Office Occupations; O.E.A. Intramurals 2. (Area, State, National). Mark Short Greg Schuette Dan Sido Rochelle “Shelley” Marie Sim G.A.A. 1; French Club 2; Pep Club 3,4; Track 1,2,3,4; Powder- puff Football 3,4; Tiger Mascot 3; Yearbook 3; Tiger Times 4; Homecoming Committee 3,4. Steven Slemer Elizabeth Ann Sommerfeidt Golf 1; Wrestling 1. Student Council 1,2; Tiger Band 1; Concert Band 2; Pep Band 1,2,3,4; Stage Band 1,2,3,4; Symphonic Band 3,4; Drama Club 1,2; German Club 1,2,3; S.I.T. 2,3,4; Pep Club 3,4; C.C.F. 2,3; Photography 2,3; Tiger Usherette 3. Shirlene South James Spanjers Football 1,2,3,4; A Cappella 3,4; National Honor Society 3,4; Who's Who. Reba Sparks Clay Spencer Celia Spiller Page Sponsor REMBRANDT STUDIOS Kyle Spurgeon Cindy Lee Stahihut Kim Stahthut G.A.A. 1; Band 1,2,3,4; Majorette 1; Chorus 1,2; Jr. Sr. Girls Choir 3; Chorus 2,3; Track 2; Flags 3,4; Tiger German Club 2,3,4; Mark Statler Wrestling 1. Times 4; Yearbook 3,4; Softball Mgr. A Cappella 4;Madrigals 4; 3; Usherette 3. National Honor Society 3,4; Yearbook Staff 3,4 (Co-Editor 4). , 7 r ‘J J 1 ms =a’ Heidi Steinbrecher Pam Steiner John Stephens Ray Stephens Spanish Club 3,4; National Chorus 1,2; Student Council; Chess Club 2; Wrestling 2 Baseball 2,3,4; Honor Society 3,4 Jr. Sr.Girls Choir. Football 2,3,4; Track 4 Rich Strasen Graig Straub Nancy Lynn Strohmeyer F.F.A. 1,2,3,4 (sec.) Chorus 1,2; Tiger Band 1; S.1.T. 2,3,4 (treas. 4); A Cappella 3,4; Symphonic Band 2,3,4; Ali-County 1,3,4; All- District 4. Brian Suess Patricia A. Suessen Bruce Tarpey Harvey Taylor Football 1,2; Thespians 3,4; Drama Club 1,2,3,4; Drama Club 3,4; Tech. Club 3,4 Student Council 4; (treas 4).Speech Team 3,4. A.V. 1,2,3,4; Thespians 3,4. Judy Thompson Randall R. Trebing Cynthia L. Tucker Tiger Times 4; F.B.L.A. 2; Pep Club 1,2,3,4; Chorus 1,2; GAA 1. 40 Tracy Michael Thompson Pep Club 3,4; Chorus 1; Mixed Chorus 2; A Cappella 3; All District 3,4; Madrigals 3,4; All State (alter- nate) 3 Track 1,2 Richard Turnbeaugh Deborah Treat Class Pres. 3; Student Council 2,3,4; A Cappella 3; Chorus 1,2; National Honor Society 3,4; Tiger Times 4; Powderpuff 3 Frank Troeckler Gaila Trusty Tiger Times 3; Football 1,2,3,4; Chorus 1,2,3 Jack Twesten Kathy Trebing F.B.L.A. 2,3,4; (V.-Pres. 3; Pres. 4); Steven C. Tyler Drama Club 1; Football 1,2; Baseball 1; Basketball 1,2,3,4; State Basketball Team 3; Track 2,3,4 Yi Ve 1. Joy Unterbrink GAA 1 Bruce Ventura Pa a at ” ‘ Sn » Vicki Vacca Lisa Unterbrink Yearbook 3,4; Chorus 1,2: Tennis 4 Gary Viere Mark Vallow - . 4 gg 3 ; = ay ia a: rs Yvonne Unterbrink ay Jeff Vanarsdale John Vieth FFA 1,2,3,4 (V.-Pres.) ; re ' r “4 PAYS i Laurel Utechtt Ronald Vieth Dianne Wade Leslie Walton Craig Ware Stephen Ware Football 1,2; Track 3; Intramural Track 2; Basketball 3. Brenda Warner John Warren Kathy Watsek D.E.C.A. V.1.C.A. 4 (v.-pres.). Ken J. Webb Cathy Weber Stephen J. Wehling Peter M. Wedel 0.0.; Tennis 1,2; Intramural 0.0. 4; Chorus 1,2. Spanish Club 2,3; O.E.A. 4 (parl.); Basketball 2,3. Symphonic Band 2,3,4; Tiger Band 1,4 (sgt. at arms 4); All District 4; Ten- 42 nis 1; Track 2. fy - ; ¥ 4% .- 2 Kevin Wendel Chery! D. Werner Sherri L. Whitaker David Whitworth Tiger Band 1; Yearbook 3; Tiger Times 4; S.1.T. 3; Homecoming Committee 3 f ] rsa y | Linda Wieseman Joanie Wilkinson Brenda Will G.A.A. 1,2,4; Pep Club 3,4; German Club 1; G.A.A. 1; Pep Club Jr.-Sr. Girls’ Choir 3; 1,2,3,4; Mixed Chorus 3; A Cappella 4; Powderpuff Cheerleading 1,2,3,4 (capt. 4); A.D. Football 3,4. Office Worker 4. Douglas D. Willard Dennis M. Williams Ronda Williamson Mark Willms Tiger Times 4; Golf 1; Yearbook 3; Football1,2,3,4; Russian Club 1,2; Yearbook 3,4; Cross Country 1,2,3,4; Track ill. State Scholar 4. Baseball 2; Wrestling 1; Chorus 1; Mixed Chorus 2; Track 2; 493 4: Intramural Basketball 3; Ill State Scholar; Who's Who. Homecoming Court 2,4; Student National Honor Society 3,4. Council 1,2,3,4; lll. State Scholar. 4 We j =) | $ ° 7 3 +. Deborah Winkle Frank Wolf Mark Yates G.A.A. 1; German Club 1,2; Chor- us 1,2; Powderpuff Football 3. Kevin Wimberly Chorus 1,2,3,4. Page Sponsor: REMBRANDT STUDIO Karen S. Zacha G.A.A. 1; Chorus 2. Kimberli Ann Yount Drama Club 1,2,3,4; Thespians 1,2,3,4; A Cappella 3,4; Transfer from Monrovia, Cal. Susan Elizabeth Young Tiger Band; Clinic Worker 2. Seniors not pictured include: Chris Albi Roxana Amira Lynn Bertels Mike Brady Wayne Branscum Earl Brase Coreen Bryant Duwayne Connally Corley Dexter Peter Dotray Jeff Eaker Beauvoir Edmond Joe Eickmann Scot Fleming Mike Gehrs Craig Gerhardt David Graham Sharon Hale Jay Hammond Keith Hampton Norman Hanneken Ricky Hernandez Chris Hill Clarence Jackson Neal Jackson Veronica Jason Dana Johnson Darlis Kirchhofer Robert Krugjohn Jeff Lawrence Darrell Lewis Gerald Marth Leslie Mueller Daniel Newby Ted Pauli William Philipp Steven Pinkas Kevin Saffel Mary Schmidt Keita Semon Keith Sharp Shelley Sim Kevin Slattery Jon Ulery Alex Weir Tony Wilson Joyce Wrigley Len Yates Candidates For Stardom Gamble Guard! Guard! Carl Timothy ‘“‘Tim’’ Gamble has been playing basketball competitively since he was eleven, starting as guard for a church league team. At 5’ 10’, he played as starting guard for the Tigers varsity squad this year and scored a total of 166 points for the 1976-77 season. Playing in that same position, Gamble spent two years on the Junior High Wildcats team and two years on the Tigers JV squad Basketball is not his only interest in the world of athletics. He enjoys all sports and takes part in football and baseball at E.H.S. Considering football “too time consuming,’ Gamble would rather spend more time polishing his basketball techniques. With the inspiration of Dr. J, professional basketball player Julius Irving, clear in his mind, Gamble plans to continue his career in college, less than two years away. King, Neumann When the 1977 E.H.S. football team begins its fall training, Phil King and Tim Neumann are sure to be hard at work. These two have been lin- ebackers for Tiger teams since their freshman year. King, who stands 6'1” at 185 Ibs., started on the defensive squad for the ‘76 season and was one of the team’s leading tacklers. He finished the sea- son with 91 tackles and assists. When he’s not on the football field, he enjoys lifting weights, playing handball and swimming. King’s future plans include college and more football. Neumann, at 6’ and 185 Ibs., has been playing football since fifth grade. (cont. in col. 2) Leading the junior class to the spotlight in 1978 are Susie Kircher, vice-president; Patti Jamison, secretary; Debbie Brown, treasurer; and Mike Stille, president. Why Run”? She Likes It Dawn White was out running track events with her Tiger teammates again this year. Track and field has played a big part in Dawn's life for the last five years. When asked about her interest in track she merely shrugs her shoulders and says, ‘‘Why not? | like to run!” (cont. from col. 1) He spent two years in the Pee Wee football program, and two years with the Junior High squad before joining the Tigers as a freshman. Neumann saw some varsity action and started on the JV squad this year, closing the season with 37 tackles and assists. He enjoys working out in the weight room, and plans on college and a career as an engineer. Dawn began her track career in 7th grade. Although her first year didn’t amount to much, she came back in 8th grade as a qualifier for Track and Field Junior Nationals. For the next two years, Dawn qualified for state competition in the mile relay track event. Dawn practices regularly, and faithfully runs one to five miles every night. K. Ackerman R. Anderson J. Atkinson B. Autenrieb 5 = “ Ly f bd T. Bagley S. Balsters S. Bardelmeier K. Barker M. Barnard D. Barton s 5 Ss nts + R. Bennett K. Bergschneider T. Berkman D. Bertels D. Bertels K. Bertels 13. --) ou. AS An. ( VF ae R. Boyles S. Bradley E. Brammeier C. Brandt E. Brase D. Brown ¥. 4 ‘ E. Brummit S. Burden L. Burge " (s L. Capps D. Carnaghi R. Carpenter C. Cassidy D. Catalano B. Clark D. Crossman T. DeRousse K. Cleveland L. Close D. Cluster J. Conreaux D. Corley C. Culkin C. Dettmer M. Dudacek P. Crook « »e a ‘tote c e%e ®.s ’ Neeree™ tena dt. R. Davidson S. Dempsey D. Denton J. Distler M, Dustman D. Eberhart R. Ellington L. Emshousen K. Engbretson D. England T. Evans , T. Ferrari R. Finke G. Foehrkolb L. Foehrkolb N. Fralinger K. Francis , -i we, s B. French S. French K. Frillman D. Frisse K. Haeffner cia » AW C. Fultz D. Gaines A. Gallant A. Gardener D. Gerdt Zw, | J. Goldsmith D. Gunderson D. Haarmann M. Hagemeister J. Halcom M. Hansen B. Harris C. Gamble D. Hackethal . he R. Hanks R. Harris Pll Vp. . ay @ D. Harrison K. Hartnagel R. Hawkins ‘ D. Heiney M. Helle T. Hendricks L. Hildebrand J. Holecek E. Horton B. Horvath D. Hosto K. Howlett B. Hubbard 7 L. Hufstedier M. Hurst M. Heinemeier 4 N. Isringhausen D. Jackson J. Jackson R. Jackson G. Jones L. Jones - i- M. Kayser 0 G. Kiaer J. Kienstra S. Kircher a 4 ‘ J. Klueter C. Knecht a es. G. Kombrink T. Kording K. Kostyshock C. Kuethe J. Landert 54 B. Lanham R. Laramie J. Leitner K. Leitner D. Lenhardt M. Leonard K. Lewis K. Lossau ; ae R. Lovell C. Makler Saat. 2 D. Martin D. Martin L. Mateyka L. McCall = K. McGinnis L. McManus T. McMichael T. McCall R. McCoy M. McDougal 55 T. Meinzen J. Mikes T. Miller K. Milton M. Mitchell P. Monroe L. Moore 0 M. Nelson S. Nelson T. Nelson T. Neumann J. Newman J. Oberlag hi D. Olive P. Overby R. Owens E. Paddock B. Palmer H. Phillips if R 3 K. Reckmann B. Renken P. Reveille B. Reinke R. Reynolds K. Rickard J. Robertson J. Russell R. Peterson A. Ramsey C. Renfrow K. Rickert - S. Rolens C. Rollberg fp " A. Russo J. Sardigal 57 A D. Schaake D. Schaefer D. Schaefer am L. Schienschang M. Schmidt P. Schmitt T. Schoenleber M. Schulte M. Schumacher K. Seamen L. Sediacek , J. Shelley E. Sherman R. Siedhoff a =f L. Simburger C. Simmons F. Slemer C. Smith P. Smith j ia » . K. Spanjers D. Spengel S. Stack D. Stanley L. Steele G. Steinmann J. Stennis wry B. Strain J. Strasen ex B. Thiemann ant D. Timmons L. Tolle R. Umberger T. Vernatti T. Walsh B. Straube S. Tremor CAS A S. Verseman L. Warner D. Stern S. Thompson 4 P. Triebes D. Warning a ye . as cag M. Stille T. Tarwater S. Tilashalski A. Troester A. Vuagniaux L. Strackeljahn J. Tillerson S. Tucker S. Wallace K. Westfall s’ M. Williams M. Williams W. Woodard S.Zubal D. Zwick D. White vad L. Wehling Lie D. Werner N. Wilhoid R. Zollars | ) | CHP a(n IK For The Record: Official lineup of sophomore class officers includes Carol Winte, president; Robin Beck, vice-president; Debbie Ludwig, secretary; and Debbie Yates, treasurer. Carol Winte: Super-active Superstar “It’s great! We do alot more than people think,’’ commented sophomore Carol Winte on the subject of Student Council. ‘‘Most of the things done in the school have, in some way, to do with Council.”’ Earlier this year, she was chairman of the Faculty and Administration committee, and now holds the offices of District-Area Student Council pre- sident and E.H.S. Student Council parliamentarian. Miss Winte, who maintains a high scholastic average, is a member of the Math Team, and the Trinity Lutheran Church Youth Group, and plays tenor saxophone in the Junior Theatre Or- chestra. In the athletic arena, Miss Winte was involved in three sports-as substi- tute at a wing position on the field hockey team, as a member of the varsity volleyball team, and as a first-string junior varsity basketball player. The experience she has gained as a sophomore in sports should be an advantage to her in acquiring team positions in her remaining two years at E.H.S. Sophs Pilot Coed P.E. This year E.H.S. has started its transition to coed physical education classes required by Title IX with the sophomore classes. By next year all four grade levels in P.E. will be coed. Freshmen will have a structured program, as in the past, but upper- classmen will have some choice regarding the activities in which they (cont. in col.3) May 1977 Here Today— Tomorrow”? For the record, 1976-77 at E.H.S came, like any other year, complete with changing fads and fashions. Gaucho skirts and boots shared the fashion spotlight with painter’s pants and earth shoes. Perennially favorite jeans were topped by T-shirts—both plain and fancy. If the shirt didn’t carry a verbal message, it probably made an artistic statement. Favorite subjects for the shirts were ‘“‘Charlie’s Angels,” stars of a popular TV show of the same name—particularly Farrah Fawcett- Majors, the new sex symbol of the year. Gift gimmick of the year was the Pet Rock. A quiet little ‘‘creature,’’ the rock proved to be difficult to train, but would sit loyally by its master’s side—forever. In hair fashions a popular trend for girls was the Hamill wedge, named for Olympic ice skating star Dorothy Hamill. In music the trend was the disco style. And every good buddy in a four- wheeler who could afford it gave a big 10-4 to the CB craze. Fads tend to change quickly. By next year, who knows where our interests will turn. will participate. One class of juniors and seniors experimented this year with activity choices and the coed arrangement. Both situations seemed to work well. According to one of the phys. ed. faculty members who has been in- volved, there was some grumbling when the program began, but now most of the students are used to it. Most of the students seem to enjoy the new set-up, even though they don’t always want to admit it. C. Ahrens L. Aldridge K. Artri p K. Barnes D. Basden A R. Baugher a a i A. Bennett D. Berteis J. Bixen S. Bobrowski a | . S. Boeser P. Bojkovsky G. Bolimann aa Bh. K. Borchers M. Buccheim K. Burke a L. Carpenter J. Bornemann K. Bradley B. Briney R. Burden D. Burlingame B. Bushong M. Campbell R. Campbell J. Cassens K. Chesley K. Clark L. Cannon S. T. Clements 65 C. Counts K. Cover M. Crabtree L. Crain T. Creamer B. Criswell P. Crockarell J. Cullen Ms ‘m é a " 66 L. DeRousse P. Dickerson L. Dillmon ; B. Donahue pe irae “ L. Durer R. Eidler R. Fifer J. Firsching awre J. Foehrkalb J. Franke ’ a ‘ a A. Fremont R. French R. Gabalis 67 M. Gallaher ‘4 N. Geuss M. Gilles J. Gillham A. Gorman ‘ H. Graunke T. Griffin R. Griggs s L. Hackethal D. Hammond D. Hanes : D. Hansel ; M. Hardmon T. Hargis E. Harrison B. Harshbarger D. Hartman G. Hartnagel D. Harville T. Howerton J. Holder D. Huber D. Havens T. Heiney fa B. Hendrick K. Hinton S. Holmes Ww a D. Huggins R. Hughes a - oa. 4 N. Inman D. Jackson K. Jackson S. Jackson B. Jamison V. Jenkins M. Kerckhoff K. Kessinger WAL S. Kitchen 2 M. Kiunk V. Koetteheinrich M. Kokoropoulos =v D. Kostyshock 7 K. Kruschik Kul K. Kulfinski M. LaBlance 7 A. Ladwig K. Landert M. Lawrence D. Leach B. Lesemann S. Loucks Gf BA A | 6) L D. Ludwig K. Luedders M. Maarouf R. Madison B. Maher = — a a M. Mangum K. Markowitz K. Marks D. Martin R. Martin S. Matlock 71 —— D. McBride R. McCaskill K. McGinnis D. McLean R. McLean P. McPherson 9 . 8 Aa OAS a me R. Means W. Mitchell " B. Morrison S. Murphy D. Murray rs K. Niemeier T. Nilsson K. Norris P. O'Laughlin S. Olive C. O'Neal R. Phillips oN. B. Primas J. Reider F. Partridge K. Patterson C. Peters T. Peterson L. Phillipson D. Provaznik P. Provence L. Reynolds D. Patton f | K. Pfeiffer E. Richardson J. Pakovich J. Perini D. Phillips R. Rickard j Ne WA D. Rushing C. Sackett T. Sackett H. St. Pierre B. Sampson R. Sardigal T. Sauerwein R. Schaefer J. Scheibal K. Scheibal rq x . Schiechte T. Schmidt K. Schmitt N. Schoenleber M. Schrader M. Schramek T. Schultz M. Schwalb S. Schwarz D. Schwendemann A AN C. Scroggins D. Shanklin FY C. Simpson L. Steinbrecher K. Spotanski C. Steinkuehler “— - ——- 4 ; — 7) A. Sediacek J. Semanisin T. Shipton J. Smith S. Sparks S. Spurgeon R. Stark aS M. Sullivan . Stephenson a AS si Jj. Terry R. Thiel M. Thiemann D. Tillerson ie, B. Timmons V. Tindall D. Townzen J. VanArsdale L. Walker B. Wander G. Watsek A P. Weber | fo B. Weiler C. Weiler L. Westfall ars D. Whitworth D. Wilder A. Wildgrube = : J - tr Pes C. Wilson M. Wilson Cc. Winte M. Wuerz “35 i. D. Yates D. Zoeller D. Zoeller : LF For Future Attention— Find A Word Find-a-word mazes were a popular craze at E.H.S. this year. Find the following terms dealing with freshmen: The Classof 1980 was fired up with fund raising projects their first year at E.H.S. Their ambition was sparked by class officers Jill Graham, president; Stacy Stuart, vice-president; Joan Burkhart, treasurer; and Susan Coffey, secretary UNSOLVED PROBLEM OF THE YEAR: Where IS the elevator to the third floor? G R A H A M S T | A R B E G L A SsOoOmn 4HD-InNAY " SESHD Y Great Expectations Baseball Hickman Beginners Confused Edwardsville Class sponsors Tigers Tennis Algebra | Graham Short Lockers ao “4 On mam rm—- " w w oe % ee n -m i : z eMlCgn07m [Or-Iogm?- m2x°” zite = = O = E.H.S School McCarty Freshman Detentions Frosh Spry Study Biology Sweatshirt Fourteen Bus Lunch SArr. 60 D PODO- Class Of 1980 On $$$ Trail The class of '80 has already begun working to raise funds for the Jr.-Sr. Prom to be given during their junior year. Among other money making projects candy and sweatshirt sales were promoted by the class members N S. Adkins J. Ahrens w EM G. Allison B. Anderson J. Anderson J. Arnold E. Bailey ‘ a B. Barnard D. Barnard L. Basden Bi. D. Bennett D. Bequette T. Berkman . Berlemann D. Bertels O. Bettorf R. Betts 6. Blankenship . K. Borchers C. Brumitt J. Byron i J. Boccaleoni J. Caban P. Bowens V. Broderick R. Buente a J. Bushrow C. Callender B. Bradford R. Broseman J. Bushrow P. Callender G. Bolimann 4 R. Bradford T. Broseman J. Bruker D. Burcham K. Butcher D Carpenter V. Carpenter 83 ‘ M. Tlaudson M. Corlew M. Costan A. Coultas S. Cover C. Criminger C. Cross 84 T. Dannenberg C. Depping R. DeRousse D. Dillon A. Dodson D. Edmond - f A J. Erickson M. Foehrkolb C. Donner D. Duryea B. Elliff a T. Everett J. Fanning B. Fisher C. Fowler R. Fralinger J. Dudacek ye: S. Flaugher i a n a C. France K. Fravell D. Frisse M. Fritz i C. Gardner D. Gebhart 7 M. Gillmore K. Gobble J. Graham A. Grist B. Gusewelle C. Hainsworth V. Hamlet E. Hampton N. Hanks R. Hanneken . T. Hanson W. Harbers A. Hardmon M. Haring B. Harrison K. Heidke L. Henderson E. Henke ‘ D. Henson R. Hischke V. Holeman J. Holtmann J. Hormann Y. Hornberger L. Horrell K. Horvath L. Hosto D. Hrbek R. Humerickhouse M. Huntley J. Hutton r ” in wy a“ s ba UP a Neten te! a: ths S. Jackson S. Jackson K. Jacobs J. Johnson og : le ate. ke K. Johnson C. Kaufmann ' J. Kershaw L. Kienholz J. Kinamore C. Klenke S. Klenke y — ( L. Klobnak L. Koenig B. Kolesa L. Kostyshock D. Krouse J. Kruckeberg D. Lange R. Langendorf be Am, r x eS J. Laramie R. Launer G. Leduc S. Leitner C. Lenglet L. Leonard C. Lovett M. Mangum R. Manuel R. Marshall S. Mateyka J. Mayberry S. McBride K. McCracken S. McDonald T. McElroy L. McElroy G. McGillian PV} m e A i] ; S. Merrit J. Metcalf D. Miller M. Miller N . Miller S. Miller M. Morrisey A. Mosley R. Mulach J. Mullane L. Munsell A D. Myers V. Neeley M. Nekola . Nelson 90 ; f) P. O'Laughlin T. Owens D. Palmer T. Patterson se A. Pauli R. Pence M. Peradotti . VAs a J. Peters P. Pierce C. Pinkley D. Ponce rah K. Postalwait R. Pratt T. Price E. Prier S. Puhse D. Pullin J. Quade R. Raffaelle P. Ramsey K. Reising R. Renko T. Rhodes A. Richardson Rickard C. Rider A. Rockwell S. Roliberg H. Rouhafza S. Roustio S. Runkle P. Rushing R. Saddler P. Saffel T. Saffel ” AG 92 T. Schaake T. Schaefer S. Scheibal D. Schiber S. Schienschang M. Schipkowski J. Schoettle D. Schubert L. Schwab D. Schwab = = =: = G. Shashack -— M. Sherman b M. Skief ‘ K. Slivka A. Smith J. Smith V. Smith T. Sobkowski P. Sommerfeidt E. Spanjers ter 4 hss R. Spiller E. Stanley R. Stegall G. Steiner L. Stephenson J. Stolte ‘ AX : A C. Strain M. Strieter J. Taylor = D. Trebing - P. Trebing C. Tucker B. Turner M. Vahid 4 4, K. Vernatti T. Viere 2 L. Vowels S. Wallace C. Warren K. Wasilewski A. Wasser M. Watson J. Wendel C. White C. Wilson T. Wilson K. Wisnasky B. Zimmerman C. Zwick Cc. Weissman K. Weich B. Whitaker } S. Willman Faculty And Administration From The Main Office: | certainly hope that this pictorial record of the 1976-77 school year will afford you many years of enjoyment as you open it from time to time and reflect on your time in high school. For the seniors leaving E.H.S. this year, | wish you the best of everything in the future; and for those returning next year, the hope that the years remaining here will be profitable and pleasant. Neal J. Schmeizel Principal Miss Thompson Retires As Librarian After 24 Years Miss Vivian Thompson is retiring after 24 years as librarian at E.H.S. Miss Thompson, who has a ba- chelor of education degree in social studies from Eastern Illinois University, began her career teaching American history, English, and girls’ P.E. in her hometown of Bridgeport, Illinois. Later The weather posed problems for the administra- she received an M.S. in education with tion this winter with snow drifts clogging highways, a major in library science from Indiana and ice making travel dangerous or impossible. As a University. result of the weather, school was canceled for several She came to E.H.S. to work in the days and a number of school days were shortened library which was then located in Room with reports of storm systems entering the area. This 109. loss of time necessitated the rescheduling of graduation for June 8. Record low temperatures also brought the cold EFFECTIVE MONDAY THE facts about fuel shortages and fuel prices to light. SMOKING AREA wee BE Luckily, there were no tragic consequences at E.H.S., but this was a winter we will all remember. RESTRICTED TO ONLy THOSE STUDENTS Havine A PARENMIAL CONSENT FORM ON FILE WITH MR PILWEY THESE Wy, One major change in policy at E.H.S. FoRMS MAY BE OBTAWED 7¢ this year involved the establishment of an uis Off ICE. AW 1D. CARP official smoking area on the school grounds. The area was not without some W {cc THEM BE ISSUED . restrictions as evidenced by the sign posted the first week. For details, see back cover. School Superintendent Dr. H. Jack Wilt Board Of Education E.H.S. Principal Mr. Neal Schmeizel Page Sponsors: SCHMIDT'S CARPET ROOM EDWARDSVILLE CREAMERY Mr. John Hunter (Pres.), Mr. Roland Brumitt, Mr. Rudy Wilson, Mrs. Ruth Cook, Mr. Don Schaake, Mr. Nick Hamilos, (NOT PICTURED) Mrs. Laura Loy. Mr. Rue Foe Mr. Rue Foe is the Assistant Super- intendent in charge of business affairs Mr. Roy Olive Mr. Roy Olive (PICTURED LEFT) is the Assistant Superintendent in charge of instruction. Mr. Gerald Webb Mr. Gerald Webb (PICTURED RIGHT) is the Vocational Director and the Night School Coordinator. Administrative Staff Mr. Richard Pilney Administrative Assistant Mr. Robert Gregor Assistant Principal Mr. James Spry Administrative Assistant Assistant Principal Gregor schedules classes and serves as the Athletic Director. The Administrative Assistants are in charge of discipline and attendance. Mr. Pilney works with the Juniors and Seniors; Mr. Spry handles the Freshman and Sophomores. Mr. Spry is also in charge of scheduling substitute teachers. wy RRR PB Mrs. Janelle Emrich, Mrs. Marge Borgstede, Miss Karma Schmitz, Mrs. Cleta Roseberry, Mrs. Janice Primas, Mrs. Gerry Becker, Mrs. Donna Malery, Mrs. Betty Koenig, Mrs. Ann Burian, Mrs. JoAnn Strain Secretarial Staff Mrs. Cleta Roseberry, record secretary, is retiring this year after 121 2 years with the Edwardsville school system Mrs. Betty Koenig, bookkeeper, left after 61 2 years when her husband was transferred to Oklahoma. FRONT TO BACK: Mr. O. Glen Johnson, Mr. James Tilashalski, Mr. Daniel Oberle, Mr. Charles Finley, Mrs. Hazel Loucks, Mrs. Elizabeth School Nurse Gehring. Mrs. Ruth Harris Counselors Vocati on al P ro} e ct D i re ctor Mrs. Ruth Sutton-School Psychologist for the Junior and Senior High. Mrs. Elizabeth Daby-Directs the improvement and expansion of vocational programs for the disadvantaged and handicapped. 102 Art Department ROW 1: Mrs. Bonnie Enos, Mrs. Sandra Sampson; ROW 2: Mrs. Jackie Heuser, Mr. John Berglin, Mr. Dennis DeToye (dept. chairman) Would you believe Tiger Coffee? , @ ty t oe SEATED: Mrs. Sheryl Granger; ROW 1: Mr. Robert Rohrkaste, Mr. George Salovich (dept. chairman), Mrs. Liz Kasten, Mrs. Martha Hanson, Mrs. Diane Gebhardt, Mrs. Dolores Day, Mrs. Anne Gregor; ROW 3: Mr. Myron Thompson, Mr. Craig Louer, Miss Pam Cook. yy, English Department Mrs. Jackie Rader was named the new English Dept. Head this year upon the retirement of Mrs. Marge Warm- broat. waa S Mr. Jesse Joiner, Mr. Jack Ott; ROW 2: Mrs. Jo-Ann Nitz, Mrs. Sharon Organ, Ms. Peg Spellman, Miss Sharon Kettenhofen, Mrs. Susie Roberts: ROW 3: Miss Barb Ellebracht, Mrs.Ernestine Nathan, Mrs. Lessie Shashack, Mrs. Lea Mainer, Mrs. Ann Jacox, Mrs. Arene Burgess, Mrs. Dianne Williams, Mrs. Jackie Rader (Dept. Head). In Appreciation: The 1977 Year- book Staff would like to extend our appreciation to Mrs. Jo-Ann Nitz for her outstanding devotion, patience, under- Standing and good ideas in the creation of the 1977 Tiger. Drivers-Ed Department Miss Sherry Skelton, Mr. Dick Gerber, Mr. Me! Kuethe, Mr. Pat Price (Dept. Head), Miss Kay Hyten, Mr. Dick Ford. Mr. Pat Price has been Department Chairman of Drivers Education for the past 10 years. He co-ordinates all of the driver- education activities. This year he teaches all classroom driver education. He is also responsible for assigning all student drivers to instructors for behind the wheel. i 4 ROW 1: Mrs. Mary Ann Russell, Mrs. Jane Price; ROW 2: Mr. Dave Shonkwiler (dept. chairman), Mr Fran Dwyer, Mr. Bill Meister Foreign Language Department Mrs. Carolyn Kuethe, Mrs. Marian Hequembourg. (AT RIGHT) Personal and Public Services Occupations The Personal and Public Services Occupations is a division of the Applied Arts Department. Students in this area receive instruction in clothing, foods, child care, and other home economics related fields. The E.H.S. Foreign Language Department offers four years of in- struction in French, German, Russian, and Spanish. This year the Foreign Language clubs combined to con- struct the homecoming float ‘Around the World in 80 Days.” In spring, the clubs sponsor the annual International Dinner 106 ROW 1: Mr. Norman Reuscher, Mr. William Collman, Mr. Pat Tiernan, Mr. Doug Anderson; ROW 2: Mr. Ken Hickman, Mr. J. D. Miller (dept. chairman), Mr. Elbert Smith Mr. David Russell, Ag and Biological Science Occupations Applied Arts Department includes Industrial Oc- cupations, Ag and Biological Science Occupations, and Personal and Public Service Occupations. Mr. J. D Miller is the chairman for all three areas Industrial Occupations Math Department ROW 1: Mrs. Vicki Summers, Mr. Daniel Suess, Mrs. Linda Powell; ROW 2: Mr. Elliot French, Mr. Gary Winkle, Mr. James Kirbach, Mr. James Hindelang, Mr Jack Elam (Dept. Chr.) Miss Ruth Emge (Dept. Chr.) Mrs.Pam Geppart Media Center Miss Vivian Thompson S 4 ROW 1: Mr. Tom Pile, Mr. Joe Symanski, Mr. Jack McCarty, Mr. Paul Miss Jean Borgstede. Fuchs; ROW 2: Mr. Winston Brown, Mr. Pat Price, Mr. Steve Moss, Mr William Nunes. Social Studies Department Music Department Mr. Phil Atkins, Mr. Jerry Bradley, Mr. Dick Rogers. A Ae ROW 1: Miss Trudy Stillwell, Mrs. Sharon Petty; ROW 2: Mrs. Emily Monika, Mrs. Marilyn Weidner, Miss Sherry Skelton Physical Education Department ROW 1: Mr. Richard Gerber, Mr. Warren Stahlhut; ROW 2: Mr. Richard Ford (Dept. Chr.), Mr. Kenneth Klette, Mr. Mel Roustio, Mr. Melvin Kuethe. NOT PICTURED: Mr. William Funkhouser. LEFT TO RIGHT: Mrs. Bernece Johnson, Mr. Steve Heal, Mr. Joseph Symanski, Mr. Jack Ott, Ms. Saralee Strauss, Mr Zene Gergen, Mr. Robert Kinder Special Education Department Mr. Jim Price, Mr. Jerry Baker, Mr. Bob Remmert, Mr. Gale Day (dept. chairman), Mr. Lee Bollinger, Miss Dixie Bunting. 110 Science Department Mr. Baker catches 40 winks. Cafeteria Staff ROW 1: Esta Hardley, Lois Seals, Elouise Carpenter, Sarah Curry, Dorothy Dustman, Marian Utechtt; ROW 2: Elizabeth Arth, Sharon Johnson, Sharon Finke, Dorothy Luchtefeld, Vera Nicol, Bernadine Kirchner, Janet Landrus, John Kesl, Viola Stille, Luella Fear, Susan Owens. Janitorial Staff Head Custodian: Mr. H. Marty Day Staff: Mrs. Moore, Mr. Leonard, ih a casei, a Night Staff: Mr. Martintoni, Mr. Wachter, Mr. Force, Mr. Hall Spotlight: Need to have your picture taken? Want to place an item in the school paper? Interested in flying? Want to hear a good story? Let me direct your attention to Mr. John Russell ‘‘Jack’’ Ott, a versatile individual who has pursued a wide variety of interests. Photographer An enthusiastic photographer, Jack has supplied pictures for the district school board’s newsletter and TIGER TIMES newspaper. He took pictures at the Jr-Sr prom and was of priceless assistance to the '77 year- book staff. Jack helped put together a slide show presentation for freshman orien- tation, taught a mini-course in photo- graphy, and helped set up darkroom facilities at the Print Shop. Educator An educator for the past 19 years, Mr. Ott has a B.A. in English with minors in psychology and history, and an M.S. in education. His teaching experience includes 17 years in the district with 6 years at the 6th grade level and 11 years at the high school. At present he teaches special educa- tion classes and journalism, as well as adult night classes. Nine years ago he took on the added responsibility of being the advisor for the TIGER TIMES. A new challenge, the paper opened the door to adventure. Journalist In the early 70’s, Jack accompan- ied the TIGER TIMES staffers to confer- ences in New York City. It was there that he first “‘scooped’’ the big city press. During one trip he spotted a young man sitting alone in the hotel lobby. Features “Did | ever tell you about the time. . .” Jack identified him as actor Dustin Hoffman, introduced himself, and grabbed a quick interview. Hoffman, whose apartment had been bombed, was “hiding out’’ in the hotel till the situation was resolved. When word of his whereabouts leaked out, the media showed up, but Jack had the scoop. On another New York foray, he happened upon a premiere party in the NBC building. Jack was showing the facility to his staff after closing. The kids were more interested in finding hamburgers and left. Jack spied a black limousine bearing Otto Preminger and stayed. (‘‘Who’s Otto Preminger?”’ the group wanted to Jack-Of-All-Trades know later.) Feeling bold, he took off his topcoat and, since he was wearing a suit and tie, crashed the party. He stayed just long enough to rub shoulders with a few celebrities, then retreated through the front lobby in time to see the media arriving. He'd scooped them again. Near Disaster Jack does not always fare so well on his trips. One journalism excursion to the POST-DISPATCH plant in St. Louis found him with a busload of staffers trapped in a traffic jam in the midst of a dense brush fire. Visibility was zero as smoke seeped into the bus. They were finally led to safety on foot. A good conversationalist, Jack has many stories to tell. Other Interests His interest in airplanes may lead him to a summer aviation course, perhaps with flying lessons to come in the future. Jack is also an organist, and enjoys ice skating and horseback riding. In addition, Mr. Ott is a family man. He resides with his wife Sharon and 10-year-old daughter Jackie in Edwardsville. In This Section: Powderpuff Coronation Homecoming Court Fall Festival “Tom Jones” A Capella Robing LLE. NG BAND EDWARDS y; MARCH TIGER a 3 J nus »gethe e make bea | usic tog eo U u W é é Come blow my horn ))) AB NAN a y " ) Seniors-L. to R., ROW 1: V. Missey, G. Cluster, R. Williamson, C. Coaches J. Schrage, B. Schmidt, N. Scheibal, S. Gunderson, J. Hartman Schmidt, A. Bauman, C. Blase, L. Reinhold, L. Compton, P. Newton; ROW L. Wieseman, C. Carver, J. Craig, J. Gabalis, L. Nicol, C. Stahinut, C 2: P. Pfeiffer, B. Coy, D. Kruckeberg, J. Mareing, A. Bridgeman, K. Koenig, Spiller, S. Sim, K. Aylward, K. Melosi, Coach D. Rieger D. Renken, P. Steiner, T. Schmidt, D. Kohimiller, C. Burden; ROW 3 Powderpuff Football Game Juniors-L. to R., ROW 1: L. Loucks, J. Conreaux; ROW 2: D. Olive, M. Kienstra, D. Willms, D. Wood, D. Cluster, Coach Hindelang; ROW 4: T. Schumacher, C. Foederer, H. Kniffel, M. Dudacek, C. Eidler, D. White, R. Hogue, S. Morrison, L. Jones, P. Gremaud, K. Durr, D. Crossman, T Owens, D. Dorsey, P. Crook, S. Kalvin; ROW 3: A. Long, D. Brown, L. Fisher, D. Hernandez, M. Klie, M. Dyer, G. Jones, T. Ludwig. Foehrkalb, B. Reinke, J. Shelley, K. Engbretson, B. Renken, P. Newton, J. Senior Attendant Ronda Williamson escorted by Greg Senior Attendant Sue Meek escorted by Dennis Barton Braundmeier 3 7 be Junior Attendants and Escorts eae i 2 A) ss Pere ad Kc inet owt A ge! be ve Debbie Brown escorted by Steve Langendorf Pam Crook escorted by Dan Schaeffer emony Master and Mistress of Cer 3 oe Larla Barringer and Jim Norris presided at the coronation ceremony. Julie Shelley escorted by Barry Hosto Sophomore Attendants and Escorts Pam Ohl escorted by John Keyser Cindy Cockrill escorted by Richie Madison Amy Sedlacek escorted by Paul Ottwein Freshman Attendants and Escorts Tracy Price and escort Vince Broderick Deann Dorsey and escort Dan Edmond Cathy Mainer and escort Greg Steiner Richie Garver croons for Luv ‘n' Stuff! Homecoming Coronation y BELOW: Shannon Moss and Craig Hindelang Fall Festival This year Fall Festival was held September 25th with a dance im- mediately following. The music was provided by Storm, a local group. Page Sponsor: THE HAIR ROOM “Tom Jones” Frolics At E.H.S. Ken Slattery-Tom Jones Loren Fear-Partridge Lindsay Weber-Miss Western Al MacKenzie-Squire Allworthy Jeff Scheibal-Fitzpatrick Mary Kokoropoulas-Honour Jeff Weber-Captain Biifil Jim Norris-Highwayman Barb Wild-Deborah Kendrea Durr-Bridget Allworthy Alicia Clawson-Susan Mike Norris-Square Jane Oberlag-Sophia Western Donya Adkerson-Jenny Jones Kevin Slattery-Mr. Western Winifred Woodard-Lady Bellaston Darla Connoly-Harriet Fitzpatrick Nancy Fralinger-Mrs. Whitefield Jeff Taylor-Blifil Stuart Hoeke-Justice Dowling Jerry Hawley-Thwackum Jenny Franke-Nancy Harvey Taylor-Doctor Jerry White-Constable How DARE youl!!! ‘@ +S WT Woe is me! - © S = ® a @ s yar: is © aa Sports Features: E.H.S. Bids Farewell To Holiday Classic Tournament E.H.S. must bid farewell to the Edwardsville Holiday Classic Tour- nament. Former E.H.S. principal Joe Lucco is credited with the idea of starting the Holiday Classic in 1968. It seemed the perfect way to keep the Tigers home during the Christmas holidays and offer the local fans an attractive sports package. The 1968 tournament began with eight teams participating. For the next seven years this number increased to 16 teams. In 1976 the number of participating teams slipped back to eight. E.H.S. was off to a good start that first year, being declared the cham- pions. In 1970 they were again the champs, but this time in the consola- tion bracket. They took the first spot again in '73 and '75; and placed third in ‘71 and ’74, and fourth in '72. The Tigers hold more Classic records than any other team involved over the years. Fred Barton holds the individual record for most points scored in one game with 42 points in 1975. Greg Ahart and Dean Harris share the individual rebound record with 21 in one game. Team records include most points for one game, 111 in 1970; most field goals, 48 in a '72 game. The widest victory margin also belongs to the Tigers with 57 points in a 1970 game against Staunton. Of the top 50 scorers for single games, five were Tigers—Fred Barton in’75, Brian Wendler in’70, Greg Ahart in 72, Gary Reichman in ’74 and Dean Harris in '72. Each year an All Classic Team was selected. All Classic Tigers include: 1968, Marlin Guesewelle and Bill Schmidt; 1970, Greg Ahart; 1971, Ahart and Lyndal Hesterberg; 1972, Dean Harris; 1973, Dick Brown, Tom Gammill and Ahart; 1974, Brown; 1975 Fred Barton and Gary Reichman; and 1976, Mike Hammonds and Jeff Horn- berger. The Tigers fared well through those nine years. Unfortunately, due to difficulties in financing the operation, gathering support, and attracting top teams, there will be no 10th A nnual Edwardsville Holiday Classic in 1977. E.H.S. sent 5 golfers to the state championship—Eihausen, Jarrett, Malench, Martin, and Merkel. (photos p.144-145) Next Year — “Sometimes it's good being an underdog,’’ commented Ms. Sharon Petty, coach of the Field Hockey Team, second place winners in the state championships. This was the team’s first appear- ance in state competition. “| was afraid how the girls would handle it. | thought that while they were playing they would be tight,’’ said Coach Petty, ‘‘but they had a good positive attitude.”’ The spark that ignited the team's march to state began at the sub- sectionals. E.H.S. beat Mascoutah 2-1 in double overtime. They went on to take Granite City South 2-1 in the sectionals. The team took their 6-5 record to state without high-scorer Ellie Harms, who was out with appendicitis. Their record was lower than those of the three teams they played at state. “They weren’t over-confident,”’ the coach said, ‘‘just determined to win.”’ The girls took their determina- tion to state and on Friday, November Hornberger: CAREER STATISTICS: Rushed for 1197 yards Rushing average — 9.3 yards per carry Caught 10 passes for 28 yards Scored 130 points 14 touchdowns rushing 4 touchdowns on passes 2 field goals 12 1-point extra points 2 2-point extra points Career rushing yardage 2229 yards Career rushing average per carry — 8.8 yards Four All-American Teams: Parade Scholastic Coach Hammer Publications of Manches- ter, N.H. National Prep Sports Network The Top! 12, beat Galesburg 2-1. They went on to beat Woodstock (who had a 10-2 record) on Saturday morning. The points in the 2-1 game were scored by Nancy Wilhold and Deb Seybert; assists were made by Sherry Rieger and Nancy Wilhold. A defensive save was made by Barb Smith, who dribbled and drove the ball 50 yards to the opponents’ 25 yard line. Winning this game moved the Tigers up to vie for first place against New Trier West, who defeated the Tigers 3-0. Fullback Connie Bertels played a good defensive game completing 13 out of 15 tackles. The field hockey team is losing seniors Amy Frey, Connie Bertels, and Ellie Harms. Although there may be some conflict next year with the volleyball schedule, the field hockey team is looking forward to another outstand- ing season. Next year, maybe the top! (Related photos pp. 134-135) Junior Varsity Cheerleaders ar, D. Dorsey. STANDING: S. Coffee, T. Ahart, E. Enioe. BOTTOM: D Freshman Cheerleaders TOP TO BOTTOM: D. Wilder, A. Sediack, D. Dorsey, D. Cluster, D. White, T. S i N Sy ed) oe a0) 2 So ed) ed) ale Fr TN Same a0) bs a at é | . | PO Ses Ser? € 4% 8 . eae : 1% 7R os es : Ofer 2p 78 S4 4 1 " E F225 oy 3 ae ‘78, 4. e. " a " © Bp ly S7 PRES ri ‘By. a. ir} 8 19SCe yey se erty (15 9735 87).32 930 94: 74,93 41339 NS Saber » tS Ee Te Te EARS NAS ania. ROW 1: T. Eaker (mgr.), G. Hartnagel (mgr.), J. Spanjers, G. Barton, A Parker, D. St. Pierre, B. Keyser, H. Highlander, J. Hornberger, R. Stephens J. J. Aljets, M. Brady, T. Wilson, D. Braundmeier, M. Hammonds, R. Haring S. Zubé : ‘ . } } D. Schlueter, J. Rendieman, J. Schneider, A. Boeser (mgr.), B Horvath (mar.) McGinnis M , Green elle, M SP uM Koenig, T ROW 2: Coach Tom Pile, Coach Zene Gergen, D. Williams, T. Guffy, G Neumann, P. King, B Edmo nd, F. Troeckler R. Ruhl, R. Howerton, B. Ventura, R. Gregor, S. Dempsey, A Tiger Football Jackson be oe a Page Sponsor et een MELODY BAR be ag eg Se PAM a . Mar a STS ere ies tne ae Page Sponsors WILDEY THEATRE LEVAY GLASS Page Sponsor: KLUETER BROS. Page Sponsors CLOVER LEAF SAVINGS AND LOAN LANTZ HOMES, INC LESLEY MARKS FUNERAL HOME STATE FARM INSURANCE COMPANY Sophomore Football Has A Great Season =s ye eres Na +0” Sins ec SE er er ROW 1 (L to R): M. Magnum, D. Mosby, H. Graunke, K. Lewis, A. Bennett, S. Jackson, J. Bobo Ottwein; ROW 2: R. Eidler, B. Donchue, M. Haun, R. Hayes, N. Unangst, S. Daugherty, R. Baugher Guffy; ROW 3: D. Huggins, J. Terry, S. Boeker, L. Bussman, A. Paoni, R. Svoboda, M. Buchheim ROW 4: J. Schieckte, R. Zwick, C. Morgan, V. Cole, D. Whitworth, R. Martin, R. Williamson, T. Butler Spurgeon, R. Madison TEAM STATISTICS Includes 10 Wins. 14 Jamboree (3 games) 21 Staunton 28 Belleville West 5 Alton 12 Granite South 19 East St. Louis 26 Collinsville 2 Belleville East 9 Cahokla R. Griggs, J. Keyser, P R. Hughes, J. Smith, T D. Barton, M. Schwalb , S. Murphy, S. Brede, S a as Rie ead | a3 324i; Mes 3 or Ns Bole : oy L « a5 | int Ze at - » eel os Freshmen Football Team Shows Enthusiasm FRONT ROW (L-R) P. Bowens, V. Carpenter, K. Horvath, M band. M. Sherman, R. Humerickhouse, J. Hutton, B. Redick, J. Shoet- Wood, K. Cross, S. Meunier, T. Lohr, J. Ahrens 2nd ROW T tle. T. Shaw, D. Allaria, J. Briney, B. Bain, R. Weber, T. Viere, 4th ROW Dannenberg (mgr.), B. Kaman, G. McGillian, S. Reid, G. Shashack, J D. Schumacher (coach), J. Jatcko, J. Stolte, S. Flaugher, T. Broseman, Hair, J. Metcalf, D. Edmond, M. May, G. Steiner, B. Daggett, P. Hans S. Miller, D. Smith, K. Cross, K. McDonald, B. Turner, C. Bulmer, B R. Travis, T. Thiems, P. Callender, R. Raffalle, D. Duryea (mgr.), 3rd Werner, K. Fore, J. Scheibal, J. McCarty (coach) ROW C. Strader, R. Reller, P. Conreaux, E. Prier, B. McManus, B. Tra- “Ready for action” “24-36-54 Hikel!!” ROW 1: L. Ferguson, N. Wilhold, J. Russell, E. Harms, D. Seybert; ROW 2: M. Corban, D. Eck, B. Smith, K. Berry, K. Schmidt, K. Talick, J Foerkalb, T. Clements; ROW 3: Mrs. Sharon Petty (Coach), S. Morrison Field Hockey Advances To State With 8-6 Record K. Spanjers, P. O’Laughlin, D. Sch aake, S. Rieger, L. Westerhold, C Bertels, D. Ludwig, B. Maher, C. Winte Zs a. — 1 on ees ‘ WATT uur ,-- C. Bertels, E. Harms, A. Frey x - “wy ae te “6 ” fo Scie - ae se ae Varsity-ROW 1: J. Firsching, M. Foehrkalb, B. Blase, T. Russo, M. Russo; ROW 3: Coach B. Gwardys, A. Bucks, R Mackie, D. Mercer; ROW 2: S. Bradley, J. VanArsdale, C Zollars, T. Dodson, S. Bardelmeier, J. VanArsdale, S Edmond, M. Boehm, B. Ferguson, P. Pizzini, A. Fremont, A Tilashalski, M. Maarouf, S. Mcintyre, Coach F. Dwyer é eu 8 3,83 Lorie 9g ‘A an) a i. “ J.V.-ROW 1: A. Fremont, B. Blase, R. Means, R. Rickert; ROW 2: C. Riley, J. Byron, C. Fowler, R. Mulach, manager; L. Burns, Coach F. Dwyer; ROW 3: D. Frey, J. VanArsdale, M. Gerdes, R. Lanham, T. Jones, J. Gieseking. Varsity And J.V. Soccer: The First In EHS History. Anybody got a ladder? ROW 1: C. Eidler, N. Wilhold, M. Dyer, S. Hazen; ROW 2: Miss Stilwell, A. Frey, D. Schaake, C. Bertels, C. Winte, S. Morrison, Miss Hyten. Girls’ Volleyball Has Another Winning Season! In the five year history of girls’ volleyball at EHS, the varsity team has never had a losing season. The varsity team ended this year with an 8-6 record. The junior varsity team ended the year with a 6-6 record. ROW 1: B. Smith, B. Renken, C. Eidler, R. Beck, M. West; ROW 2: Miss Stilwell, D. Eck (Mgr), V. Hamlet, S. Morrison, S. Paoni, H. Bailey, K. Markowitz, J. Willaredt (Mgr), Miss Hyten ins: G. Barton, M. Hammonds, J. Hornberger Team Capta io, D. Braundmeier, ego nberger, S. Tyler, M. Hammonds, G. Kaier, Basketball io; ROW 2: Coach Mel Roust Varsity Features 5 Seniors 2 Q E o o - é b=) G je) oO o Cc Cc @ a a o c 2 oO = “3 = Oo c ust R Hor N ilson Page Sponsors: TOM’S MEN’S WEAR SCHMIDT-PHILLIPE AND ASSOCIATES, INC 3 = “jad ® —G WN a0) aa i NM a a0) — = c = Ahm . ROW 1: T. Butler, M. Haun, R. Opel, D. Whitworth, J. Eihausen; ROW 2: D. Mosby, B. Bennett, M Mangum, S. Brady, D Wood, S. Jackson, Coach Tom Pile Sophomore Basketball wv —™ Freshman Basketball ROW 1: D. Fralinger(Manager), B. Sample(Manager), J. Malone, T. Malench, G. Shashack, J. Dudacek, J. Bruker, S. Reed: ROW 2: M. Watson, J. Stolte, B. Werner, K. Cross, S. Flaugher, V. Broderick, C. Bulmer, T. Hanson, J. Miller, D. Allaria, Coach Ken Hickman. Girls’ Basketball Ms. Sharon Petty (coach), E. Harms, S. Morrison, D. Schaake, A. Frey T. Schmidt, Miss Trudy Stilwell (coach) ROW 1: B. Jamison, M. Bort, C. Fedor, B. Smith; ROW 2: S. Vallino, L Elliot, D. Seybert; ROW 3: Ms. Sharon Petty (Coach), C. Winte, P. O’Laughlin, S. Paoni, K. Markowitz, B. Anderson, Miss Trudy Stilwell (Coach) a ROW 1: D. Flamer, D. Dorsey, H. Kniffel, D. Dorsey, J. Dagy; ROW 2: K. Mainer, P Crook, R. Owens, A. Cler Gymnasts Display Many ‘Talents D. Flamer A. Hardmon, G. Boliman, A. Richardson. Golfers Tee Off at State ROW 1 (L to R): A.Wasser, S. Merritt, R. Opel, T. Malench ROW 2: J Hanes, Coach Gerber ROW 3: T. Hanson, J. Merkel, T. Martin, T. Nilsson, Eihausen, R. Manville, D. Bennett, J. Hawley, J. Malench, T. Hanson, C R. Jarrett, D. Welch 2 . : Ted Hanson shows good form. Sep . TO HD ee Jeff Merkel, Joe Malench, and Rich Jarrett were state qualifiers. FAR LEFT: Rich Jarrett LEFT: Tony Martin ear. or. wre ABOVE: Jay Eihausen RIGHT: Ty Nilsson State Golf Qualifiers Jeff Merkel Joe Malench ROW 1: M. May, B. Horvath, C. Edmond, T. Perry, D. Lewis; ROW 2: P. Brazier, R. Jackson, A. Russo, J. Ulery, R. Howerton, J. Whitaker (mgr.); ROW 3: R. Hernandez, T. Wilson, G. Jackson, J. Aljets, M. Hurst, E. Paddock Varsity Wrestlers J. V. Wrestlers Tony Wilson was the most valu- able wrestler during the 1976 - 77 season " i ae et ROW 1: K. Spotanski, D. Raffaelle, P. Gatton, B. Flaugher, T. Meinzen, N. Unangst; ROW 2: P. Burge, A. Fremont, R. Martin, L. Reynolds, V. Cole, R. Griggs; ROW 3: M. Schrader, R. Zwick, R. Williamson, D. Hans, J. Bobo. Phil Brazier obtained the most points during the 1976 - 77 season. ROW 1: J. Schmidt, K. McCracken, B. Daggett, P. Hans, P. Brazier, J. Henry, S. Schmidt (mgr.); ROW 2: K Horvath, T. Lohr, D. Hrbek, P. Bowens, M. Roberts, R. Weber; ROW 3: M. Claudson, B. Bain, K. McDonald, K. Fore, C. May Freshmen Wrestlers Girls’ Athletic Cheerleaders T. Schubert, L. Perry, K. Heidke, S. Jackson, V. Rickard, S. Jackson, K. Agne Page Sponsors: COTTON BOWL, SHUPACK’S SHOES, WOODLAWN GARDENS, ENLOE SHOE ROOM KNEELING: R. Thiel, D. Ponce, R. Hyten, J. Bruker; ROW 2: Coach mel Roustio, S. Roustio, S. Bingham, S. French, M Willms, S. Marfia, K. Borchers. Cross-Country Team Has Good Season “It was an outstanding year with an extremely young team—we'll be stronger the next three seasons.” Coach Mel Roustio was commenting on the Tiger Cross-Country Team who captured third place in the Southwestern Conference race behind Alton and Belleville West. The squad finished with a dual meet record of 5 wins and 4 defeats. Senior Mark Willms paced the team throughout the season with scoring support from freshman John Bruker and sophomore Kurt Borchers. Rounding out the top five runners were usually sophomore Rich Thiel and junior Sam Bingham. Other varsity letter winners for the '76 season were senior Steve Marfia, junior Scott French, sophomore Jamie Semanisin, and freshmen Steve Roustio and Rob Hyten. Marfia and French were sidelined most of the season with injuries. Willms advanced to the Springfield Sectional. Mark Willms sets the pace. . J | . , " ; I Janice Atkinson and Sue Broderick await Colleen Hudlin makes a smashing their match. return ROW 1: P. Patton, M. Ades, A. Vuagniaux, L. Unterbrink, C. Hudlin, K. Bradley. ROW 2: J. Gillham, S. Kircher, P. Foe, Atkins, A. Barton, M. Abbott, T. Enloe, S. Broderick, N. Leitner LEFT: Keri Bradley practices her returns. RIGHT: Susie Kircher serves right on target. Retiring Seniors: M. Ades, M. Abbott, C. Hudlin, P. Foe, L. Unterbrink, T. Enloe, S. Broderick, A. Barton. ROW 1: M. Gallaher, J. Sheibal, G. Maag, M. Stille, K. Slattery Swim Team wy y = — os “ Page Sponsors: DR. GEMOULES ° WELLS TIRE SALES Tiger Mascots 150 HAMEL READY-MIX ROW 1: D. Ludwig, J. Schmidt, K. Durr BROWN REALTORS Page Sponsors: HAMEL COOPERATIVE KACER REALTY DERBY RETAIL 9415 SCHMIDT'S HEATING COOLING Artists Add Splash Of Color Same halls, same walls, same rooms day after day after day can be mighty dull. Student Council commissioned Mr. DeToye and his Art Seminar class to “liven up’ various areas of the school. Council supplied the paint, and the student artists supplied the imagination and talent. Reels of multi-colored film unwind in a supergraphic above the entrance to the library area. ‘‘Media Center’”’ is spelled out in the frames. Outside Room 302, the artists have designed a stylized Student Council monogram. Scott Minner developed a wall mural of the rock group ‘“‘Kiss’’ in Room 001. Lou Gemoules worked on a view of Saturn as seen from the moon in Room 002. These works join the long-familiar wall-paintings outside the art rooms. Plans include more supergraphics and murals to be done in the next year or Print Shop: Photos, Printing Printing machinery, filing cabin- ets, photographic equipment, boxes of assorted supplies—the Print Shop, directed by Mark Carr, is a busy place. Now located in a small building near the Art House, the Print Shop was started about seven years ago as a poster printing service. The business serves aS a work experience station where students earn credit as well as pay. The shop is the printing facility for the school district and has produced such work as the Course Offering books used in registration, activity posters, and the E.H.S. handbooks. The operation has the machinery necessary for letter press printing, printing-plate making, typesetting, poster printing and photography. Working on a non-profit system, the Print Shop charges enough to meet expenses. Organizations Bruce Klobnak applies a few touches to the artwork above the Media Center entrance. History Club Active At EHS History Club was formed this year for those interested in modern and past history. The idea for the group originated with Liz Dickman, club president, and Diane Renken, vice-president. They believe an earlier history club existed, but information about such a group could not be found. Activities sponsored by the group include historical movies, guest speakers and field trips. In March the group sponsored the Pile-Fuchs Debate. In the event, which played to a full house in the cafeteria, Mr. Paul Fuchs presented the ideas and programs of Franklin D. Roosevelt. Mr. Tom Pile countered with an emotional anti-Roosevelt response. For related photos: History Club - p. 155 Drama Club - p. 164 F.F.A. - p. 175 Drama Club Offers ‘Work, Satisfaction Being a Drama Club member means hard work and being part of a unit designed to bring smiles and tears to its audiences and pride to the performers. As a member of the group, one becomes involved in the many aspects of a dramatic production. After a play has been selected, cast members must be chosen. Ac- cording to a Drama Club member, each possible cast member must try out for his part. This means memoriz- ing lines and trying his best to step into the character. After all members of the cast are chosen, then work on sets and props is started. Prop committees are formed for better organization, with each group assigned to one special part of the set. Before long, their teamwork creates a visual framework for the production. Rehearsals are usually started six weeks prior to the opening show. This means about three hours of work each night. The long weeks of work and determination finally blend together in the finished performance. The payoff comes as each member feels his own private reward at the sound of ap- plause. official initiation Greenhands become members of F.F.A. after activities. 153 7 = Y ig Yearbook Staff 7 Worked Hard ‘To ROW 1: K. Stahlhut (co-editor), J. Butler, S. Schmidt, B. Willard, R M D dli Williamson; ROW 2: G. Jones (bus. mgr.), Mrs.Nitz (sponsor), L. Sobkowski, eet ea ines G. Nekola, J. McLauchlan, S. Eihausen (co-editor), M. Gusewelle, C Stahihut; ROW 3: C. Schmidt, G. Lechner, R. Berry, S. Kalvin, E. Dickman, A. Dickman, T. Schreier, L. Unterbrink, S. Ashauer 86 makes a play!!! Liz, | just can’t seem to make it work Page Sponsors: FIRST FEDERAL SAVINGS AND LOAN OF EDWARDSVILLE, G.A. GENT COMPANY Can | have my pictures, please7!! r : a ROW 1: L. Cadwallader, E. Dickman, T. McCall, D. Kulfinski, A. Baumann, S. Terrando, N. Geuss, D. Renken; ROW 2: L. Kitchens, D. Geuss, K. Kulfinski S.1.T. editors D. Bequette and M. Ades History Club ROW 1: A. Baumann, E. Dickman, B. Griggs; ROW 2: J. Sartoris, Mr. Nunes (sponsor), J. Rendieman, J. Norris, Ventura, S. Etzkorn, D. Murray, B. Nemnich, J. Butler, R. McCaskill, T. Bucks. Page Sponsor: HUDSON JEWELERS 155 FLAGS: K. Borchers, K. Meyer, E. Harms, S. Gunderson, B. Coy, C. Stahihut, M. Schumacher, J. Gabalis, T. Schreier The Flags, Rifles, And Drum Majors Of The E.H.S. Marching Band DRUM MAJORS: J. Cassens, D. Gunderson. V.1.C. A. M. Jackson, K. Allison, T. Kuethe, M. Gengler, D. Gillis, C. Fox K. Watsik, S. Jellen, T. Green, K. Loew, B. Schmidt, B. Hale, M Sanders. S. Aubrecht, R. Veith, R. Schaefer, G. Brown, J. Foehrkalb M. Short, C. Rimkus, S. McReaken, N. Jackson Page Sponsors: BUTLER CHEVROLET BOB KINSEY MOTORS D. B. UA. ROW 1: P. Steiner, C. Loew, R. Henke; ROW 2: Mr. Rohrkaste (sponsor), C. Henson, K. Jouett, C. Kraner; ROW 3: E. Brase, P. Dever, K. Moore, B. Werner, M. Dudacek, M. Morehead. German Club iio (i ROW 1: M. McDonald, C. Counts, M. Lucas, V. Viere, J. Stahthut, R. Suhre, K. Welch, C. Hainsworth, P. Gatton, V. O'Neal, M. Mangum, C. Price; ROW 2: D. Geuss, D. Murray, J Braasch, B. Ferguson, D. Webb, J. White, L. McCall, K. Reuscher, Craig, K. Kulfinski, S. Lesemann, M. Bort; ROW 3: J. McGillian, T. Meyers, J. Craig D. Carnaghi, D. Ferguson, N. Geuss, D. Bertels, A. Dickman, K French Club SITTING: D. Wood, V. Sneary, D. Brown, S. Runkle, B. Wild, W. Woodard, K. Durr, B. Jamison, S. Ashauer, C. Donner, Malench, T. Wood, J. Head, A. Long, D. Slattery, M. Gallaher; D. Steinkuehler, J. Catrell, M. Ades, K. Lossau, Mrs. Russell ROW 2: L. Nealy, S. Puhse, B. Small; ROW 3: D. Jackson, B. (sponsor). ROW 1: K. Bradley, A. Baumann, G. Ambuel; ROW 2: C. L. Seifert; ROW 4: M. Mulligan, T. Shipton, B. Harrison, J. Somraty, B. Close, J. Schmidt, A. Dickman, S. Hurst, H Mareing, D. Bequette, J. Kipp, N. Meyer, P. Gatton; ROW 5: M. Steinbrecher; ROW 3: T. O’Laughlin, K. Spurgeon, J. Tweston, Yates, J. Carrigan, H. St. Pierre, J. Kelleher, C. Miller, T. Bucks, G. Straub, S. Meek, S. Bingham, J. Vance, M. Horsley, D. Hall, E. Dickman. Spanish Club Russian Club ROW 1: M. Burge, V. Braasch, J. Molene, J. Nelson, R. Conreaux, M. Boehm, M. Sullivan, S. Daugherty, D. Weich, B. Meister (sponsor); ROW 2: A. Kovarik, P. Foe, M. Lossau, P. Will, L. Cadwallader, T. Burns. | Christian Campus Fellowship ROW 1: S. Edgeworth, D. Kulfinski, Mrs. Powell (sponsor); ROW 2: C. Dickerson R. Reynolds, K. Hinton, T. Hargis; ROW 3: Mr. Finley (sponsor), J. Eickmann R. Crabb, T. Meyer =p. Ra SITTING: M. Gallaher, L. Cadwallader; ROW 2: R. Steele, K McGinnis, E. Gude; ROW 3: S. Tilashalski, P. Gatton, A. Buck, K. Webb, Mr. Hindelang (sponsor) Chess Club bee 27 ee ad i ‘a 4 Jets efit 4 ?, ws 2 pares Photography Club ROW 1: S. Kalvin, D. Hill, C. Counts, D. Jackson, R. Reynolds; ROW 2: J Rendieman, P. Tay lor, R. Means, R Lanham, L. Early, K. Lane, T. Werner, M Wilson; ROW 3: Mr. Ott (sponsor), R Suhre Page Sponsors: KOHLMILLER CONSTRUCTION HAMEL SEED AND FARM SUPPLY, INC. WEBER FUNERAL HOME MOORE STORK CLEANERS FURRIERS Mice: err ROW 1: D. Carnaghi, L. Reinhold, R. Dujka, G. Rezabek, S. Eihausen: McLauchian, T. Enloe, J. Vance, S. Olive, R. Beck, T. Greer, E. Spanjers, ROW 2: R. Williamson, P. Revelle, S. Perry, B. Koepke, J. Mayberry, K D. Ludwig, K. Welsh, R. Pence, C. Dujka, C. Hainsworth, D. Schmidt, T. Bradley, S. Abert, D. Wood, J. Nelson, L. Nicol; ROW 3: J. Coleman, B. Emert; ROW 4: Mr. James Hindelang (Sponsor), S. Bingham, L. Burns, C. Harrison, C. Winte, J. Frank, H. Zanger, P. Sommerfeidt, E. Enloe, T. Price, Price, P. Foe, H. Taylor, J. Hawley, B. Ventura, E. Baily, M. Hurst, R. Zollars, S. Jackson, J. Graham, J. Wendel, S. Verseman, S. Broderick, J J. Kelleher, M. Stille Student Council Works To Improve The School Marquee donated to the school by the Student Council. Officers (AT RIGHT): E. Baily (Sec’y), M. Hurst (V. Pres.), S. Perry (Pres.), D. Carnaghi (Treas.), T. Price (Scribe). Page Sponsors: SHEPARD OFFICE SUPPLY KROGER EMPLOYEES IMBER’S SOUTH SIDE AUTO BACK ROW, L-R: R. Semanisin, J. Butler, D. Prier, ROW Schmidt, D. Kohimiller, K. Melosi, D. Kruckeberg, B. Pakovich, 2: J. Hornberger, M. Yates, J. Merkle, P. Brazier, M J. McLauclan, C. Stahihut, J. Craig, P. Suessen, Mrs. Nitz, Hammonds, R. Jarrett, G. Ambuel, M. McCoy, D. Cook. ROW Sponsor. ROW 7: M. Leitner, E. Albrecht, D. Bone, C. Spiller, 3: R. Haring, L. Kienke, J. Twesten, G. Durham, D. Willard, D A. Ottwein, P. Newton, J. Wilkinson, T. Johnson, L. Wehling Schlueter, J. Rendieman. ROW 4: A. Mackenzie, A. Barton, M FRONT ROW: K. Reuscher, T. Fisher, S. Perry, R. Revelle, P Ades, S. Ashauer. ROW 5: S. Whitaker, D. Kruse, T. Jackson, Overby S. Mueggenburg. ROW 6: Sponsor, Mr. Ott, R. Buehler, T Tiger Times Takes To The Air eS (PL ieaY ‘ ey | ve - : r : A te ik ii root a? oe, , : bf 5 — A A J. B. looks for a date with Channel Nine. 162 Thespians ROW 1: S. Hoeke, J. Franke, J. Hawley, D. Gerdt, B. Tarpey; ROW 2: J. Norris, J Page Sponsor: Kelleher, H. Taylor, L. Moore, D. Adkerson; ROW 3: A. Clawson, K. Ramach, M. Abbott ILLINOIS LUMBER COMPANY ROW 4: L. Weber, S. Bennet, D. Kiley ROW 1: L. Weber, W. Woodard, A. Clawson, M. Abbott, K Eihausen, L. Hosto, D. McGillian, K. Berry; ROW 5: V. Nealy, D Ramach, N. Fralinger, D. Kiley, S. Bennett, (Officers); ROW 2: K Knight, A. Cox, T. Redford, D. Beetner, T. Sobkowski, J. Franke Slivka, M. Huntley, M. Norris, J. White, L. Hessel, K. Erickson, S J. Buhr, L. Fear, K. Slattery; ROW 6: T. Ferrari, L. Moore, A Hoeke, S. Loucks; ROW 3: C. Hainsorth, D. Schubert, J. Mullane, Troester, K. Lossau, T. Tarwater, L. McCall, C. Hoeke, A S. Kee, J. Taylor, N. Zoelzer, M. Kokoropoulos, N. Smith, M Vuagniaux, E. Brummitt, H. Taylor, J. Hawley, B. Nemnich, B Noeltner, C. Counts, D. Connolly. ROW 4: J. Wendel, K. Durr, B Tarpe, R. Mueller, J. Kelleher, K. Gunn; ROW 7: J. Atkinson, J Wild, L. Leonard, S. Klenke, L. Ferguson, J. Scheibal, T. Noto, M Oberlag, J. Weber, A. McKenzie Gerdes, J. Buford, K. Slattery, K. Morris, S. Schwartz, S. Kuhn, S A Repeat Performance By Drama Club During the 1976-1977 school year, the E.H.S. Drama Club performed ‘‘Tom Jones,” ‘“‘The Mouse Who Didn't Believe In Santa,’’ and ‘‘The Undercurrent.’’ The sponsor of this group is Mrs. Lea Mainer ROW 1: S. Hoeke, B. Nemnich; ROW 2: M. Gerdes, J Scheibal, J. Buhr; ROW 3: J. Kelleher, L. Fear, K. Erickson. Tech Club Ay my a es v ROW 1: S. Hoeke, K. Norris, J. Franke, M. Kokoropoulos; Mackenzie, J. Norris, L. Weber, K. Lossau, B. Wild, K. Durr, ROW 2: J. Hawley, D. Kiley, Miss Cook (sponsor), R. Mueller, N. Zolar A. Clawson, L. Fear, B. Tarpey, D. Gerdt; ROW 3: K. Gunn, A. Speech ‘Team ROW 1: D. Treat, L. Reinhold, D. Bequette, K. Stahihut, A. Dickman, J. Nelson, A. Barton, J. Mareing; ROW 2: M. Willms, A. Kovarik, N. Scheibal, S. Eihausen, M. Russo, S. Ashauer; ROW 3: P. Foe, B. Gregor, J. Rendieman, J. Spanjers, H Steinbrecher, D. Kiley, C. Price, G. Rezabek. National Honor Society ROW 1: M. Morrisey, V. Missey; ROW 2: D. Bequette, V. Jones, J. McLaughlan, J. Mareing, G. Rezabek, K. Wendel; ROW 3: D. Williams, L. Gemoules, R. Williamson, S. Ashauer, N. Strohmeyer, B. Koepke; ROW 4: D. Willard, A. Frey , P. Paul; ROW 5: G. Coffey, T. Enioe, T. Jackson, L. Cadwallader, S. Carver; ROW 6: S. Sellers, L. Nicol, B. Gregor, A. Neuhaus, J. Spanjers; ROW 7; J. Rendieman, B. Ventura, R. Coy, D. Kiley. Illinois State Scholars i | 3 . ponies Workers o ; . — —— ie ROW 1: D. Evans, D. Goebel, D. Kruze; ROW 2: B. Jones, B. Whitaker, L. Kostyshock, C. Strain, J. Petrovich, S. Jackson, L. Sultan, T. Price; ROW 3: B. Renken, J. Harbors, A. Sediack, C. Kane, K. Mainer, E. Enloe; ROW 4; K. Bradley, T. Howerton, D. Huber, S. Schmitt, K. Schlemer; K Leuters, M. Colligan, J. Beaty; ROW 5: T. Fischer, L. Foerkalb, J. Beuford, K. Burke, N. Helmkamp, L. Walker, A. Renken, D. Bone, D. Kruckeberg, S. Nelson, J. Conreaux; ROW 6: S. Jackson, L. East, S. Stuart, S. Coffey, K. Cook, M. Fencel, L. Brunworth, J. McLauchlan, M. Gusewelle, S. Beaty, E. Albrecht, Debbie Haarman, S. Leseman, K. Reuscher, A. Dickman (PICTURED RIGHT) ROW 1: B. Lowry, M. Duff, J. Boccaleoni; ROW 2: D. Welch, A. Hahs, J. Chandler; ROW 3: D. Miller, D. England, J Kelleher, R. Means, R. Ryan, T. Bandhorst; ROW 4: S. Rollberg, J. Henry, E. Hunt, M. Rock, S. Sparks, D. Burlingame Library Workers (PICTURED LEFT) ROW 1: N. Miller, P. Ramsey, J. Bettorf, L. Hosto, K. Aylward, L. Weber, D. Zoelzer, K. Wisnasky, P. Som- merfeldt, B. Meikamp, K. Weber; ROW 2: K. Zacha, D. Kohimiller, P. Schmidt, V. Bayer, J. Cobetto, B. Burke, T. Schaake, G. Daube, S. Kalvin, C. Flaugher, L. Downing. Betty Crocker Award Cheryl Carver has been named Edwardsville’s 1976-77 General Mills Family Leader of Tomorrow Sheryl won the honor of competing with other seniors here in a written knowledge and attitude examination The State Family Leader Of Tomorrow, to be chosen, will receive a $1,500 college scholarship, with the second ranking participant in the state receiving a $500 grant. The All-American Family Leader of Tomorrow's scholarship will be increased to $5,000. In April, the 51 winners representing every state and the District of Columbia will be guests of General Mills on an expense-paid educational tour of Colonial Williams- burg, Va., and Washington, D.C. “a Page Sponsors:BEN FRANKLIN STORES Sheryl Carver BALLWEG’S DRUG STORE DAR Award Julie Nelson has been chosen as the recipient of the DAR Good Citizens Award. The Daughters of the American Revolution honor one student from each of the fifty states, selected from the senior classes of all high schools, as excelling in the following qualities which determine good citizenship: Dependability, Service, Leadership, and Patriotism. The aim of this project is to pay tribute to the youthful character and to call attention to those qualities which are desirable in good citizens. Page Sponsors: YONAKA JEWELERS AUGUST MIRRING FLORISTS Julie Nelson Concert Band Stage Band ROW 1: G. Schuette, B. Gabalis, B. Somerfeldt, A. Barton, J. Cobetto, K. Borchers, N. Yount, D. Murray, J. Aljets, D. Brown, S. Lossau, B. Briney, J. Fremont, J. Cassens; ROW 2: S. Loucks, K. Lewis, M. Gerdes, Whitaker R. Philabaun, P. Pizzini, M. Harms, G. Johnson, S. Marfia; ROW 3: R. Berry, ROW 1: N. Myer, V. Jones, D. Gunderson, L. Henson, T. Griffen, S. Carver, J. Aljets, K. Ramach; ROW 2: S. Brase, D. Bertels, M. Lossau, D. Brown, M. Gilles, D. Murry, N. Yount, K. Borchers, J. Whitaker, R. Lanham, K. Milton, ROW 3: P. Zacha, J. Schmidt, R. Philabaun, G. Johnson, D. Fellhauer, M. Gerdes . M. Harms, P. Pizzini, S. Marfia, R. Elam, B. Leseman, D. Weich; ROW 4: Mr. Dick Rogers (Director), S Kathy Kinamore Wehling, S. Baisters, S. Loucks, G. Schuette E.H.S. Symphonic Band And Officers Page Sponsors: BUHRMESTER WALLPAPER AND PAINT AUERBACH’S, INC LANDMARK BUILDING SUPPLY COTTONWOOD BANK AND TRUST, CO. Mr. Dick Rogers (Director), Jerlyn Schmidt (Sec'y-Treas.), Steve Wehling (Sarg. at Arms), Vera Jones (Pres.), Cathy Buhr (Vice-Pres.) ROW 1: K. Lewis, D. Bequette, N. Strohmeyer, T. Bertels, B. Meyer, K. Lossau, K. Kinamore, B. Grigg, C. Hooke, S. Broderick; ROW 2: J. Kruckeburg, J. Gabalis, M. Shumacher, K. Hertel, K. Hartnagel, S Gunderson, J. Schmidt, C. Buhr, R. Berry, C. Bertels, B. Sommerfeldt, L. Ferguson; ROW 3: B. Paddock, B. Brase, M. Griffen, L. Burge, N. Zika, T. Schrier, B. Balster, J. Cassen, A. Barton, B. Gabalis, B. Briney, S. Verseman, J. Cobbetto; ROW 4: L. Sobkowski, K. Cullen, M. Burge, L. Kacer, B. Autenreib, A. Goodman, K. Borchers, B. Stanley, K. Meier, T. Voss, L. Barringer, E. Harms, C. Stahihut. bs cham oe. cigar we: ne y ee ROW 1: V. Jones, A. Vuagniaux, L. Kacer, S. Abert, J. Oberlag, DeRousse, S. Marfia, J. Schmidt, C. Culkin, K. Lossau, K. Borchers, Stahihut, G. Schmidt. ROW 2: S. Bennett, L. Meinzen, K. Howlett, Loucks, N. Strohmeyer, B. Coy, J. Spanjers, K. Lewis, J. Cobetto, Thompson, K. Spanjers, L. Moore, K. Reuscher, P. Franzi, M. Burge. RO 7 K A T Ww 3: J. Kipp, L. Merkel, T. Enloe, M. Leitner, B. Balsters, J. Mareing, K Ramach, D. Bornemann, M. Harms, D. Kiley, E. Clawson, S. Broderick, S Ashauer, A. Ottwein, A. Fedor. ROW 4: L. Wieseman, C. Bertels, J Hartman, S. Carver, K. Durr, R. Coy, S. Etzkorn, R. Berry, D. Braly, W Woodward, J. Craig, T. Bertels, P. Foe, C. Buhr, T. Ferrari Page Sponsors: GLIK’S, IRMA’S BEAUTY SALON, A Cappella WHISTLE STOP, HOFEDITZ MUSIC SHOP Madrigals ROW 1: K. Stahihut, J. Oberlag, V. Jones. ROW 2: S. Carver, L. Merkel, K. Lewis, K. Spanjers. ROW 3: T. Thompson, W. Woodard, C. Buhr, S. Marfia. ROW 4: D. Braly, R. Berry, S. Etzkorn, R. Coy. PS ROW 1: K. Bollinger, M. Bort, G. Laswell, K. Slivka, J Quacle, B. Loew, D. Bertels, J. Taylor, M. Norris, T. Lohr, S Leitner, A. Pletcher, L. Crockarell, A. Renkin, D. Bertels; ROW 2: L. Vowels, V. Rickard, L. Svoboda, E. Enloe, C. White, C Donner, S. Meinzen, P. Sommerfeidt, S. Puhse, B. Wild, J Kruckeberg, S. Mateyka, C. White, S. Aides, R. Hischke; ROW 3: L. Klobnak, K. Agne, L. Leonard, R. Pence, N. Miller, B Jones, B. Gusewelle, V. Sneary, A. Cox, K. Durr, K. Ashauer, T. Geuss, T. Wood, C. Hainesworth; ROW 4: J. Kershaw, N Meyer, R. DeRousse, V. Neeley, K. Welch, T. Redford, M Corlew, T. Becker, D. Trebing, D. Bennett, V. Smith, D Beetner, S. Troeker, S. Klenke, S. Cover, K. Dettmer, J Kinamore, L. Brunworth Freshman Chorus Mixed Chorus ROW 1: N. Zika; ROW 2: M. Lucas, K. Marks, S. Good, D. Hansel, G. Krieger, L. DeRousse, S. Williams, K. Kadlacek, D. Crabb, B. Morrison; ROW 3: S. Rouse, D. Kulfinski, K Kulfinski, J. Coleman, A. Votrain, C. Kriege, S. Olive, T. Stack, J. Cassens, B. Rienke, T. Ladd; ROW 4: C. Lesemann, J Fedor, R. Liesemann, S. Reiger, T. Fisher, C. Foedor, M Kokoropoulas, L. Walker, J. Harbens, B. Jamison, C. Raab; ROW 5: B. Willard, T. Griffin, J. Schmidt, S. Brase, N. Taylor, K. Berry, D. Schwann, J. Kruckeberg, S. Hazen, C Steincooler; ROW 6: B. Maher, G. Watsek, R. Schaffer, G. Raffaelle, M. Kerkoff, D. Heine, L. Blase, D. McGillian, S Terando; ROW 7: T. Calendar, K. Bradley, L. Bustmann, S Loucks, R. Thiel, L. Fear, K. Erikson, T. Hargis, A. Edwards, L. Evans; ROW 8: T. Noto, L. Sobkowski, J. Willaredt, K Slattery, H. Granke, T. Burns, D. Ludwig, L. Seibert, L. Hill; ROW 9: L. Treat, K. Norris, M. Lossau, J. Whitaker, J Borneman, J.Scheibal, J. Kelleher, J. Buford, D. Kostyshock, P. O'Laughlin, S. Schwartz; ROW 10: N. Zoeizer, R. Schwalb, J. Head, M. Galher, B. Riseman, B. Leseman, J. Burr, C Roliburg, P. Revelle, L. Baringer, J. Franke All-District Band And Orchestra ROW 1: K. Kinamore, B. Coy, K. Lossau, B. Grigg, N. Myer; ROW 2: S. Wehling, S. Marfia, A. Barton, N. Strohmeyer, D. Bequette, K. Cullen, K. Meier All District Chorus And All-State Orchestra, Band, And Chorus ROW 1: K. Howlett, L. Merkel, M. Burge, C. Buhr, A. Clawson, K. Lewis; ROW 2: V. Jones, J. Schmidt, L. Loucks, T. Thompson, R. Berry, K. Ramach. ROW 1: T. Thompson, J. Schmidt, R. Berry, K. Lewis; ROW 2: V. Jones, B. Coy, K. Kinamore, K. Meier This year has proved to be a successful year for music at E.H.S. This year 24 people were selected for All- District Band, Chorus, and Orchestra. These students then went to Mt. Vernon to audition for All-State. Eight people from E.H.S. were selected to attend the All-State Festival in Chicago. Vera Jones, Rich Berry, Jeff Schmidt, Ken Lewis, and Tracy Thompson were selected to Chorus, Beth Coy to Band, and Kim Meier to Orchestra. Mf ROW 1: N. Fralinger, M. Bort, P. Overby, K. Cleveland, A. Goodman, N. Wilhold, J. Russell, D. Brown, D. Cluster; ROW 2: M. Dyer, D. Bertels. B. Brase, J. Atkinson, L. McCall, G. Lechner, L. Talick, D. Willms, C. Bowens, M. Schumacher, B. Renken; ROW 3: K. Lowery, T. Hogue, K Kostyshock, S. Trenor, J. Cobetto, D. Hackenthal, J. Hufker, T. Tarwater, E. Dickman, P. Crook, Jr.-Sr. Treble Choir Swing Choir ROW 1: J. Oberlag,L. Moore, T. Bertels, A. Fedor; ROW 2: J. Fanke. B. Coy, W. Woodard, T. Enloe; ROW 3: D. Borneman, R. Coy, T. Thompson, K. Lewis, J. Schmidt, R. Berry. Page Sponsors: PRAIRIETOWN FEED SERVICE PIZZA KING PEDAL SHOP EDWARDSVILLE FROZEN FOODS “ 4 Caine Pa » A LIVING TO. SERV. ee ae Eee nr owen Te ee ; Wea oe 7 po ROW 1: T. Bertles, Mr. Russell (Sponsor), L. Westfall, J. Launer, T. Becker, B. Schwalb, D. Daube, D. Vieth, R. Heepke, Bettorf, W. Smith, T. Rhodes, T. Meyer, L. Reynolds, M L. Vacca, D. Zoeller; ROW 3: O. Bettorf, J. Gueldener, G. Leduc, Lawrence, D. Reising, M. Prott; ROW 2: C. Kruckeberg, R J. Bushrow, D. Stanley, R. Pyles, R. Partridge ROW 1: L. Aldridge, K. Pfeiffer, Mrs. Marian Hequembourg (Sponsor). ROW 2: A. Luna, L. East, L. Hosto, J. Ethington, oe FHA Page Sponsor: FRANCE PLUMBING AND HEATING Math Team Page Sponsors: RUSTY’S RESTAURANT BURGER CHEF aa i Oh t ¥ K. Welch, E. Spanjers, G. Johnson, C. Winte, D. Welch, M. Gallaher, J. Franke, C. Hoeke, T. McCall, S 'y Tilashalski, M. Morrisey, B. Gregor, B. Nemnich, J. Rendieman, S. Bradley, Mr. Jack Elam (sponsor), K. McGinnis. 4 I “% A j Students are invited to take a math test made up by the math dept. The four highest ranking students from each class - — | make up the math team, which competes at S.|.U.-C. and S.1.U.-E. Hie hee Usherettes Page Sponsor: MARKET BASKET Ss eee see - 2 PBA fe Mrs. Anne Gregor (sponsor), K. Kulfinski, N. Geuss, L. Crockerill, L. Siefert, M. Lucas, S. Tremor, T. Calander, B Sommerfeidt (NOT PICTURED). The E.H.S. Usherettes serve as hostesses for sporting events. The girls sell programs and tell fans of the seating arrangements. ROW 1: A. Hardmon, Y. Hornberger, G. Bollman, S. Vallino; A. Pletcher, M. Mangum, J. Willaredt; ROW 4: D. Thompson, K ROW 2: P. O'Laughlin, C. Mainer, E. Enloe, D. Dorsey, L Allen, Miss Sherry Skelton (sponsor), C. Lovett, B. Anderson, Klobnak, B. Dennis, P. Ramsey, S. Hudlin; ROW 3: S. Terrando, M. McDonald, J. Kenimore, P. Hurst, S. Schienschang, K E. Weliko, K. Bollinger, K. King, A. Cler, Terri Ahart, T. Price, Boem, L. Brunworth, K. Morgen, B. Jones, B. Bernard, C E. Bailey, S. Stuart, J. Burkhart, P. Sommerfeidt, S. Mateyka, Klenke, A. Glassbar Page Sponsor: G.A.A. Promotes Competitive Spirit — = 8 4uTy station The purpose of G.A.A. is to stimulate athletic com- petition in a variety of events such as: bowling, volleyball, basketball and softball. The sponsor of Freshman G.A.A. is Miss Sherry Skelton. The spon- sor of Sophomore, Junior and Senior G.A.A. is Mrs. Marilyn Weidner. G.A.A. Officers: D. Brown (Vice-pres. , J. Fedor (sec.), D. Willms (Treas.), L. Wieseman (pres.). F.B.L.A. ROW 1: G. Daube, S. Hoeke, L. Phillipson, Miss Pam Cook (Sponsor); ROW 2 P. Clements, J. Kipp, L. Strackeljohn, Mrs. Martha Hanson (Sponsor), C. Simpson ROW 3: P. Suessen, M. Evans, G. Trusty, C. Spiller, C. Garrison F.B.L.A. Officers: Gaila Trusty (Pres.), Cathy Schmidt (Vice-Pres.), Patty Suessen (Tr eas.), NOT PICTURED Celia Spiller (Sec’y) Office Occupations ROW 1: P. Giardina, A. Bridgeman, R. Herron, J. Leitner, P. Haarmann, J. Bartels, L. Pruett; ROW 2: R. Clark, J. Heilig, L. Early, L. Crockrill, D. Brunnworth, C. Blase, S. Wehling; ROW 3: K. Melosi, J. Pape, K. Webb, J. Weber, C. Garrison, R Farmer, P. Sethaler, D. Mize, B. Ohm, T. Dickey, L. Brase, S. Bradford, L. Perini, D. Jones, D. Nettleton, A. Conreaux, Mr George Salovich (Sponsor), S. Mueggenburg ge — " if ROW 1: J. Schmidt, D. Cluster; ROW 2: D. White, D. Wilder, A. Sediacek, D. Dorsey, J. Dagy, T. Ferrari; ROW 3: C. Dujka S. Coffey, C. Mainer, E. Enioe, T. Schmidt, L. Moore, V. Jones; ROW 4: C. Hainsworth, T. Ahart, D. Flammer, T. Price, T Thompson, R. Coy, R. Berry, L. Weisemann Pep Club Cheers Tigers On To Victory Tim Kolb (assistant) and Mark Carr, Print Shop director Print Shop = eee ae Art Enthusiasts, Mr. Dennis DeToye, Mrs. Bonnie Enos, Mrs. Sandra Sampson (SEATED) Spring Calendar - 1976 The Halls Were Alive With Activity At Year’s End Spring 1976 was a busy season at E.H.S. with students and faculty in- volved in state competition for sports, business, and dramatics; with concerts and awards banquets; with social activities and graduation In March the concert band pre- sented an “American Serenade” under the direction of Mr. Phil Atkins. A Capella followed the musical lead with a spring concert directed by Mr. Jerry Bradley. - pictures p. 182-183 Four E.H.S. performers journeyed to district and state competition to present their interpretation of Ira Levin's one-act play ‘‘Veronica’s Room.” In preparation they gave an afternoon performance in the auditor- ium on March 18. - pictures p. 184 March 27 was hoedown time! Gals sportin’ blue jeans, freckles and straw hats grabbed their fellers for the annual Sadie celebration. Folks had a jim-dandy time with picnic suppers and square dancin’. Even Marryin’ Sam was there - pictures p. 186 Serious sporting events included baseball, softball, a sports marathon, tennis and track. In track, Miss Skel- ton’s girls found themselves on the way to state once again. An awards dinner acknowledged athletic accom- plishments. (cont. in col. 2) On the not-too-serious side, an Almost Anything Goes competition was set for April 2 - pictures p. 185, 187-195 Objets d’ art and cuisine of other countries highlighted the annual Inter- national Dinner held in the cafeteria April 21. Sponsored by the foreign language clubs, the affair demonstrat- ed that the dinner table is common ground to all nations - pictures p. 196 Good grief! Thespians took to the stage April 6 with “You're a Good Man, Charlie Brown.”’ Snoopy, Linus, Lucy, Charlie Brown—the whole gang was there - pictures p. 197 Jane Meek and Seth Renken reigned at the ‘76 prom. A “Midnight Blues” theme provided atmosphere in the Meridian Ballroom at S.I.U on May 1 - pictures p. 198-199 Business students were active in district, state and national competi- tion. O.E£.A., F.B.L.A. and D.O. students brought home several tro- phies and awards. - pictures p. 200-201 On May 12 National Honor Society inducted 36 new members into its (cont. in col. 3) ranks. Tom Carroll led the ceremony which was attended by parents and faculty. A reception followed in the home economics room - pictures p. 202 “A Bicentennial Picnic” out the concert season - pictures p. 203 Culmination of the year’s events was the senior awards night, May 21; baccalaureate, May 23; and commen- cement exercises on May 28. -pictures p. 204-205. closed Concert Band Performs a 3 fhe 3 a Sy EEE SEPT, + DS an aS : Pay y ] © eT y - ; = By . aS cok ’ ¥ ) , Y , ‘3 ” ny ’ - aie ‘“‘“American Serenade’”’ What comes next? Directors Philip Atkins and Gerald Bradley lead musicians through their paces Students take a bow. The halls were alive with the sound of music at the annual Spring Concert. Where are my shoes! Please, you're ripping my dress! Just don't stand there, help me! ‘“Veronica’s Room”’ Directed by Lea Mainer The girl Donya Adkerson Old Man Phil Nelson Young Man Ron Mueller The woman Mary Kokoropoulos Presented in District and State Competition It's been a hard day! Joann Dagy receives gymnastic award Top Athletes Receive Spring Sports Awards Volleyball Award winners Gals Drag Their Fellers To The a? SADIE HAWKINS Look, Mom! No Hands! Student Council Hosts Annual Sports Marathon And First Almost Anything Goes ee, TE yet tT te Bottoms Up!! Venita Edwards and Dawn Eck Jane Meek Girls’ Track Team Goes To State Again — ROW 1(L to R): K. Engbretson, R. Owens, T. Dickey, P. Suessen, D. Eck, S. Ashauer ROW 2: D. Bertels, M. Dyer, T. Bertels, S. Sellers, E. St. Pierre, V. Jones, D. Lamb, K Talick, P. Sauerwein ROW 3: J. Russell, J. Breen, D. Bridgman, L. Ontko, S. Kircher, S Sim, V. Edwards, C. Ahrens, K. Spanjers, A. Barton, L. Sediack ROW 4: D. White, J Shelley Sim Meek, E. Brase, K. Beatty, L. Westerhold, Coach Skelton — f } aN. Ve é Rt Cy ed A te SEATED: J. Bolton, B. Penelton, T. Neumann, S. Renken, T Cannon, C. Ware ROW 3: M. Helle, C. Edmond, S. Tarpey, M Wilson, J. Hornberger, M. Leonard, S. Jones, P. Brazier ROW 2 Ahart, S. Tyler, S. Carpenter, R. Haney, M. Nelson, T.Coleman, Coach Babe Stahlhut, C. Geuss, D. Dunn, D. Warning, D. Riggs, M. Harms, J. Robertson, M. Hurst, Coach Winston Brown S. Bingham, M. Willms, S. Ware, E. Sherman, R. Peterson, S (LEFT) Senior hurdiers were Steve Tarpey, Tony Neumann, and Seth Renken 440-880 Yard Relay Team consisted of Jeff Hornberger, Steve Carpenter Tony Wilson, and Brent Penelton Steve Tarpey TOP: Coach Hickman, Steve Langendorf, Dale, Hartnagle, LEFT to RIGHT: Greg Kiaer, Jeff Green, Darrel Wehrend, Mark Schaake, Brian Schrage, Dan Schaefer, MIDDLE ROW: Don Heiney, Tim Gamble, Dennis Eck, Brad Stalhut, Bob Buehler, Rick Ruhl, FRONT ROW: Rob Harris, Rodney Jackson, Jamie Frazier, Larry Scheibal, Less Fear, Mark Koening Sophomore Record, Won-1, Lost-10, Tied-1 KNEELING: R. Richard, J. Long ROW 2: S. Jackson, R. Nelson, J. Eihausen, M. Mangum, S. Brady, D Whitworth, B. Suhre, D. Wood, S. Boeke ROW 3: Coach Zene Gergen, B. Trebing, R. Opel, R. Curry, R. Griggs, J Bobo, J. Whitaker, J. Semanisin, D. Barton, H. Granke, R. Madison, M. Haun, T. Peterson Freshman Baseball Team Swings Into Action [ IMR Be | another base. Z v ‘een ft : ¢ — oes Or « " | VAAL DE Le aie wie : Advice or consent? 7. IN . - “ shire Sy bad a sree ea - 5 heer LSS epee, ROW 1: M. Matthews, W. Reinneck, B. Buehler, J. Logan, T. Carroll, K. Johnson, A. Kovarik, B. Kiobnak, G. Semanisin ROW 2: Coach Moss, L. Scheibal, R. Lowry, T. Johnson, G. Barton, T. Gamble, M. Gusewelle, J. Holecek, B. Gregor, Coach Funkhouser ROW 3: B. Jones, R. Stephens, D. Braundmeier, G. Reichmann, J. Maeras, K. Weinacht, H. Harris Varsity Baseball Team Ends Another Season Safe??? Can a man be safe without a belt? It's a long fly ball. ROW 1: D. Seybert, R. Schaefer, N. Wilhold, S. Rieger Harms, D. Peterson, A. Frey, D. Schaake, S. Morrison, N B. Smith, C. Bowens, S. Hosto, J. Fink, J. Harvath, S Scheibal, B. Schrage, L. Sobkowski, C. Stahihut Mueggenburg ROW 2: Miss Hyten, B. Boeser, C. Boehm, E Softball Team Enjoys Sucessful Season Individual Statistics Top Batting Averages No. 1 Home Run Hitters Brenda Schrage Amy Frey Sherri Rieger Denise Schaake Sue Morrison Nancy Scheibal Amy Frey Nancy Scheibal Denise Schaake Debbie Seybert June Fink a ROW 1: D. Leitner, D. Totten, T. Breihan, O. Eberhart, T. Hillmer, P. Meyer, J. Long ROW 2: Mr. J. Bradley, C. Miller, S. Wallace, J. Carpenter, T. Hillmer — Varsity Tennis Season Ends 16-5 Tim Hillmer raises a racket Orren eye s the courts Tom Breihan practices for state championships Ready for state play-offs—co-captains Tim Hillmer and Dan Leitner Me Dinner International held in Cafeteria. 4 - ow “You’re A Good Man Charlie Brown.” Thespian P Dav Alex ( Ron Mueller-Linus Cathy Coldren-Lucy n Ramach-Schroeder ‘Two Balls, Two Strikes And The Bases Were Loaded “Atta Boy Snoopy nt } J “Midnight Blues” is Theme for } Junior-Senior Prom Prom King Seth Renken and Queen Jane Meek smile for the crowd Class sponsors, Miss Dixie Bunting and Mr. Bob Rohrkaste relax over coffee Junior Class President Debbie Treat O0.E.A. Second place Area Winner ROW 1 (Left to Right dock, P. Pelan ROW 2 (Left to Right): S. 7 Eck, B. Henry The Spirit Of O.E.A. |§§ Rises With Spirit Of The Eagle O.E.A. Chapter Display placed first in state and went on to National Competition First Place Area Winners Row 1: V. Neumann ROW 2: (Left to Right): R. Reineck, P. Tenllado, S Schiemmer, B. Schaake, B. Henry FBLA display placed first in state, and went on to Nationals in Washington, D.C D.O. Contest Winners Dawn Aljets and Helen Hackethal display awards TN Se SA FBLA Moves With The Nation ROW 1: C. Spiller, D. Bojkowski, C. Schmidt; ROW 2: M. Fedor, L. Perini, S. Mueggenburg, P Suessen, B Bender, G. Trusty. FBLA Area Winners First in Spelling: Mollie Fedor, Patty Suessen, Belinda Bender, Gaila Trusty First in Data Processing: Lisa Perini. First in Accounting Il: Donna Bojkowski SENIORS: R. Bennett, C. Coldren, A. Hazen, J. Jatcho, T Safobb, R. Singleton, L. Taliana JUNIORS: S. Ashauer, A. Barton Enloe, P. Foe, B. Gregor, J. Hartman, L. Hofmann, D. K Reinhold, J. Rendieman, G. Rezabek, M. Russo, N. Sche Treat, M. Willms FANERSHIP New members take the pledge Choral Groups Celebrate A Bicentennial Picnic Dean Harris Award-Venita Edwards D.A. R. Award-Jenny Price Creative Writing Award-Kari Meyer Seniors receive awards. 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LOUIS GEMOULES Optometrist 507 St. Louis St. Edwardsville, Illinois 62025 656-3199 THE HAIR ROOM 100 N. Main St. Edwardsville, Illinois 656-9454 IRMA'S BEAUTY SALON 405 St. Louis Edwardsville, Illinois For appointment call 656-4950 LESLEY MARKS FUNERAL HOME 210 N. Kansas St. Edwardsville, Illinois Cleve Mateer, Owner Courtesy of Moore Stork MOORE STORK CLEANERS FURRIERS 511 N. Main Edwardsville, Illinois 656-5471 REMBRANDT STUDIOS Division of Chromalloy Photographic Ind. 1141 So. Brentwood St. Louis, Missouri 63117 WEBER FUNERAL HOME 304 N. Main Edwardsville, Illinois 656-4655 RECREATION COTTON BOWL Hwy. 159 South Glen Carbon, Illinois 62034 656-3980 Your Outdoor Recreation Center PEDAL SHOP 616 Franklin Ave. Edwardsville, Illinois WILDEY THEATRE 252 N. Main St. Edwardsville, Illinois 656-7 194 RETAIL STORES AUERBACH’S, INC. Madison County’s Finest Store for Women Downtown, Edwardsville BALLWEG’S DRUG STORE 1530 Troy Road Edwardsville, Illinois 656-3435 BEN FRANKLIN STORES 116 N. Main 656-7430 1522 Troy Road 656-3529 Edwardsville, Illinois BUHRMESTER WALLPAPER PAINT 201-203 North Second Street Edwardsville, Illinois 62025 ENLOE SHOE ROOM 138 North Main Edwardsville, Illinois 656-0199 GLIK’S 1506 Troy Road Edwardsville, Illinois 62025 P.N. HIRSCH CO. 122 N. Main St. Edwardsville, Illinois 656-4458 HOFEDITZ MUSIC SHOP STUDIO Sales and Rental Service Open Most Evenings 412 East Park Street Edwardsville, Illinois 62025 (618) 656-1925 J. C. Hofeditz, Owner HUDSON JEWELERS 132 North Main Street Edwardsville, Illinois 62025 IMBER’S MEN'S WEAR 144 N. Main Edwardsville, Illinois 656-6112 Classiied Ads (cont.) LEVAY GLASS 209-211 East Vandalia Edwardsville, Illinois 656-4094 MELODY BAR Cards, gifts, stationery Wedding Announcements 128 N. Main Edwardsville, Illinois 656-4885 A. MIRRING FLORIST 118 N. Main Your Downtown Florist Ron and Don “Best Of | uck, 1977 Seniors’ From SCHMIDT'S CARPET ROOM ‘Where the Red Carpet Comes Out for Every Customer’ Edwardsville Lumber Co. 201 W. High Edwardsville, Illinois 656-5024 Dial 618 656-3901 SHEPARD OFFICE SUPPLY 142 N. Main Street Edwardsville, Illinois 62025 SHUPACK’S SHOES 124 N. Main St Edwardsville, Illinois 656-1307 TOM’S MEN’S WEAR 229 N. Main Edwardsville - Highland Leader in Young Men’s Fashion Furnishings WOODLAWN GARDENS 1407 St. Louis Street Edwardsville, Illinois 656-0686 YONAKA JEWELRY STORE 100 E. Vandalia Edwardsville, Illinois 656-1943 Vol. 64 Edwardsville, Illinois May 1977 New, Old Problems Tackled: Jobs, Parking, Coed PE, Funds The 1976-77 academic year was a busy time for students at E.H.S. Asa group, they saw new courses, sports, faculty and coaches, administrators, and regulations put to work. As in- dividual classes, they tackled a variety of projects and problems. SENIORS Senior students elected John Rendleman to lead them, with Stacey Abert as vice-president; Sally Eihaus en, secretary; and Jamie McLauchlan, treasurer. About to graduate, the seniors concentrated on the employment situation and college scholarships. Victory in the annual powderpuff contest was awarded to the senior girls as they downed their junior rivals 30-28. Senior guys cheered them on. JUNIORS Class president Mike Stilie—aided by Susie Kircher, vice- president; Patty Jamison, secretary; and Debbie Brown, treasurer—ied the juniors in efforts to raise money for this year’s prom. Junior drivers joined the battle for parking spaces as “No Parking” (Cont. in col. 2) Media Center Offers Novel Reading Area Students lounge about, oft-read paperbacks in hand, while the sun filters through student artwork. The E.H.S. Media Center has a new look. During fall quarter students saw the introduction of an informal reading area in the school library. A dozen brightly colored bean. bag chairs were moved into the newly carpeted area. In addition, some 200 paperback titles were made available for browsing and checkout. An original macrame hanging was loaned by Donya Adkerson to highlight tae casual atmosphere. signs were posted on St. Louis Street and talk of widening Route 157 con- tinued. SOPHOMORES Sophomores participated in the first coed physical education classes at E.H.S. Both company and reactions were mixed. Their leaders were Carol Winte, president; Robin Beck, vice- president; Debbie Ludwig, secretary; and Debbie Yates, treasurer. FRESHMEN The freshmen.=were an active class, forming their own pep club and plunging into the money raising business well in advance of their prom-sponsoring days. Jill Graham served as president, with Stacy Stuart, vice-president; Susan Coffey, secretary; and Joan Burkhart, treasurer. Smoke Clears On Hot Issue Smokers and non-smokers alike applauded the institution of a trial smoking area at E.H.S. last fall. The smoking court, located off the large gym, was established through the combined efforts of in- volved students, Student Council, the Board of Education, and the high school administration. The area was suggested in an effort to solve the problem of smoky, congested, ill-kept restrooms, and in order to keep the risk of fire due to carelessly tossed. cigarettes at a minimum. The yearbook advisor con- gratulates business manager Gay Jones and senior co-editors Sally Eihausen and Kim Stahihut on their cover idea and theme design for the 1977 TIGER, Soccer Team Kicks Off New Venture Loyal fans witnessed both the thrill of victory and the agony of defeat as Coach Bruno Gwardys and Assis- tant Coach Fran Dwyer led the first E.H.S. soccer team to the playing field. The team showed enthusiasm and potential as it battled seasoned adversaries and inexperience. Though it will lose seniors Jeff VanArsdale, Tony Dodson, Sam Mcintyre, and Mark Russo, the team is optimistic about the 1977-78 season. Students Gain Experience In New Program Social occupations was one of this year’s new course offerings. One of several work-study programs at E.H.S., social oc- cupations combines practical ex- perience in community internship stations with a semester of class in- struction. Work stations involved were the Juvenile Detention Center, the Public Defender's office, State Legislator’s office, the police department, and the Madison County Pollution Control Center. Several students worked as teacher aides in local grade schools. Additional work areas included the Lovejoy Library, Psychology Lab, Waste Treatment Center, City Plan- ning Office, and radio station WSIE, all located at Southern Illinois Univer- sity. Major purpose of the class is to develop and refine skills needed for future careers. Unlike the other work-study programs at E.H.S., there is no pay in- volved; students receive course credit and valuable experience.


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