Effingham High School - Signet Yearbook (Effingham, IL)

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,M' W"W ,miczfta 1 966 SI CNE T Volume L VIII Emngham High School Emngham, Illinois 5 ,... 5 Y :lh 'E R h , Z ' 4 lj , 1 is . wi ' 3212 J . , 4' K 1 1 L V --,, K, , 4 1 ' ffm? . V 4' 1" .5 I, ' "Aa f 1 M1122 , , ,, , f X ,W 1 fijff , 5 ' . . if , 5,1 I 1' Y 6 if ff. 1 'V' A u te -I .., aan s fe 7 4 4' 1m + s. E, W? 3459 ilu 'Bl is Q rg ' em! 4 x 1 r r Q ' V. 'A W. 3 p , 1 .als ,E A lark S-. M-53. I-.5A,.."g: -T .4 . Q 4. s - N 'N , T A . ,sr a , " T' ' fQg"'fry,'3 g , J' an E O u vet N . 453.gif 3. ,K , 4 u . As the Wheel Turns No high school student knows the thrilling moment when the dusty SIGNET is taken off the shelf and scanned by the wistful eyes of its owner. As he leafs through the annual, he re- members the problems of homework, the fun of sports and school activities, and the beauty of the dances. Now the SIGNET is just an auto- graph book with Best of Luck from all of your friends, Years from now it will suddenly be- come a storehouse of memories and a tonic for youthfulness. It is for the tomorrows that the SIGNET Staff of 1966 has compiled the main events of this School Year. When we look at our high school days ten years from now, we might find life at Effing- ham High similar to a wheel. The focal point of school, the learning process, could be the hub of the wheel. The wheel, however, must have other parts to make it roll. The spokes represent each aspect of school life: the rim represents the student body. Each part of the wheel is joined together. The spokes are fastened to the hub and encircled by the rim. Just like the wheel, the school would not roll smoothly if all parts were not united. Let's look at 1966 at Effingham High as the wheel turns. - Editors - Ruth Soldtwedel Don Stuckey Fashions at E.H.S. This W as the Year High school days are remembered by dif- q ferent people in different ways. Some will remember the teachersg others will remem- ber the studentsg one group will remember the activitiesg still others will remember the clothes we wore. All the pictures in the an- nual reveal the clothes which are the most popular this year. This page, however, is reserved entirely for the fashions at E. H. S. in 1966. Years from now, we can look at The henley neck made its this page and easily remember that this was debut this year. the year' ' ' that penny loafers were the most popular shoes for both boys and girls. that burgundy reigned as the most popu- lar color. that velour sweaters made their debut. that wing tip shoes regained popularity. that girls wore knee socks. that a group of Senior boys tried to estab- lish yellow cords. that girls wore clothes styled after Gran- nie's. that paisley appeared in boys' fashions. that benchwarmer coats were worn. that boys wore Bonanza shirts. Shoulder bags and that western ideas influenced the styles in clothes. that brushed denim appeared. that zip turtle neck shirts were worn. that empire dresses were popular. that girls wore boy boy sweaters. that surfer crosses were "in". that shoulder bags were carried. that boys wore black socks. knee socks became fashions for girls. Ten years from now we will laugh at the styles that are "in" today. We will think to ourselves, "I-low could I have worn those clothes?" Charm bracelets, started several years ago, were still popular this year. 4 As summer approached, many donned surfer crosses Wii?' 'Q 1 . , A 4, ,.' t r , s ,s ,r .WF ,gt -: ,, , gg W . if i Q .0 fr 1 I 4 fy . ' ' JSM! W s in I f 'M ' . .E-Y Z s i TIJH' Yellow cords are made to be painted. 0-"' ' Boys and girls alike wore both brown and black penny loafers. SOP x X TABLE 0 C NTENTS g JUNIOR5 57 HTHLETICS 7 nom 1,5 T1 fv49 - 1 ' "': ,r In if -. ,u e..., NI' .ME x x1I"o ,. ,f Y. nge, 1,1 K is -.:-: '15vN-f- "O E: I ' K nh- 5: 'i, f '. tg-99' "hx: - .' ,H 1 NX " 1' LQW 4 N-N, f x4 X ,I f 1 V xx ,I " 1 1 '- r XX f X . 1 6 1 .XXV . All . , Q . Y.. 5' f5!r .1 ., 1 gy . L. , ' nl , , 1, Ng. Cf' A fs! 59: 5' " 'O ' xx uw X W yy V , x 5. 1, -xv tx 4 aux 2- s , A f 1 lb V N W , 's si f i'X if Jr" X. ,,,,. .,v'.9 x"'S, 'xx X 'W "fx x ' M NN 51 ,ay Ti h PM A 5 ,n -f,-7 X 1 9' A bf -. f 'a ikijua If ' 'td 00,2 is , ,Lf lr.: f 'p YJ. It .x ji, "1 f 'Viz' f ww I . K ' A K Y: I I Q 'c HOMORES N: 6 'g ORGANIZATIONS rss 103 ,fl K vim if 1, , If f FRESHM EN- ' ,O 5 ..-1 We Declicate ur Yearboo Some individuals are forced to live up to a name because a close relative made that name outstanding. Other people must live up to a name because of its meaning. For example, how can a man be sloppy, mean, or sarcastic when neatness is part of his name? He cannot. Mr. Neet, our pre-college rhetoric instructor truly does live up to his name. Mr. Neet upholds his name both in and out of the classroom. He is always willing to help a student with any type of problem. Many times, students who are having difficulty with English can be found in his room where Mr. Neet is trying to straighten them out. School does not end at four o'clock for this teacher. He spends many eve- nings either at home grading papers or at school sponsoring activities. ln return for all that he has given the student body, we could not have offered him sums of money or piles of gifts. Money is spent and forgotteng gifts are worn out and thrown away. We wanted something which could be saved so that the future students would know how much we appreciated his efforts. We, the staff of 1966, chose to dedicate our Signet to a man who is himself dedicated. X13-"-.' Y, O' 7 Interested. . . Thinking. . . COI1Sid6riHg. . - f ,f1 ,.-.- 0 cz Man Who Is Himsey Dedicated Ken James asking Mr. Neet a question makes a typical picture. -v..,e. M.-fi, -U l? A. " 'May I please have a new pen with red ink? Mr. Neet seems to be saying. in-.. Mr. Neet teaches four classes of pre-college Mr. Neet tries to answer Ron Goodwin's ques- rhetoric and one class of Junior literature. tion while Mr. Richards, an Indiana State University professor, looks on. -N M -.4 pn- 'Wai Listening. . . Attentive. . . Pensive. . . 7 'wr l' Ai . - . I i T? ef auf' oRTH v IETNHN 2 5? y K -Q nk' .ass if " k,f"f s ,, e e :pf-ex-E 1 -s " " .J , Y A Y 7 - '-ff? ii..- ,, This year our country became more in- ,. - f f' - volved in South Viet Nam's fight for free- ,, ,ff - dom. Draft calls were so heavy that every- ' ' 'dr f---: one watched the day by day developments :l""'i ' X lf in Southeast Asia. The senior boys were V suddenly aware that they soon may be an I K ,., VA, -- A ' ' -"""" active part in this fight. At this time no Y fy 'K si,' jj., emi ,. one knew what the outcome of this struggle A - f would be. -f"'::":' -, ,,1!f- ? - b L,, '-l- - Y Y, .Y,,...1..- Yliqi- 43,42 ,....,iS-"' Y j -1 Y i,, .i,...TY env Yi l -qi iii..- l ul... D' ,-mb, 5544 -.-...- Q-tifffa 4 4l Photos courtesy of Effingham Daily News. ,fi e Zi ,. ,t v'Y...f,x it , -ff -,-.,,,. '-,",,- SR ' ' , 4 -4.111- c""- V only country ideilif rl ' Jvzmcmhef I0 Board of Education Don Lister, Dr. Dave Bristol, Oreta Wise, Palmer Eubank, president, David Smith, Leroy Solt wedel, Dale Webb SUPERINTENDENT if 1, 131+ nw- LS Mr. Lane's Secretary Mary Ellen Weber Mr. Lane RAY A. LANE Business Administration M ,ww X J -I Mr. Arney's Secretary Irene Spilker BRAD ARNEY Mr. Arney Bob Jennings Lucille Endebrock Administrative Assistant Director of Lunch Menu Tom the Pr. Lnclpal xo x xfwoo Q05 oox o oo fm oooo Q5-oo o xo oooxxo oooo 'mo oo We was Ub ooo, 60 O0 o 6 o so Xfb X 00 fb :Ko Woo o osx 451- xeoo oooxooo 'Go 0 op oo oooxxo ooo oxoooo ooo x oo sxoo iw so oxo Woo oo Qpogbxk o o xo ova moo oo 0 o xo oo? oxQ Qo Q59 v Ooov5oXo 6. gxeos Qgvoq, Q, Qogzb xo VL gov-x o w1e9oN,'oovo o, ysxooo Ni ogg' Qivox oooo 'X-ixO2f9 ooo GGQ?-6 106. PS4 60'-9,0606 ' 90 K o-pszoi Qyoooo " xx ooooioeooffoox' we ooxwxeom' QoQQ0fzM0ef Q, 'dofx soo ' oo 4524 so M0955 oo oben '04 Q S'Qf'b6X2f6k ox ogooooo x obqioo oi xx os, bsfx1e,X X1-'mo xi ef.-Aooo iooofwooo "X'z,q0s o 'Xvefx xo?-yxl QQ oooo 405 qoowi Y-'ooooo'0 qixoooo-Qixox 4 gg x xg 5, Kb Ml. sw? Q ox? x, jfice Personnel Mrs. Irene Jenkins Mrs. Paula Worman OFFICE GIRLS Phyllis Saupe, Gala Riley, Dianne Baker, Myrna Shaw, Debbie Shaw, Karen Fagan, Debbie Richeson, Janet Wilhelm Facult ALAN ADAMSON DAVID BALL Eastern I11, Umv, Colorado State College Counselor Solltheast M1SSOllI'1 World History Coach TED BLACK B. S. M. S. Eastern Ill. Univ. Band Chorus LEWIS W. BREEDEN B. S. M. S. Monmouth College Univ. of Tulsa Indiana State College Physics Science GEORGE CIRKS B. S. Eastern Ill. Univ Driver Education FRED CONRAD KEN CREMER Indiana State Univ. Murry State College Indiana Univ. Ind. Arts Coach English Facult DON DETERDING B. S. M. S. Michigan State Univ. Ventura Junior College Southeast Missouri Eastern I11. Univ. Civics P. E. Varsity Basketball EMMA LOU EDWARDS PATRICIA A FRESE JACK FUELLE B.S. M Eastern I11 Univ Indiana University Indiana State Uruv Univ of Ilhnois Physical Education Eastern I11 Univ English Ind Arts Coach CAROLYN FULK CARL L GOWLER Eastern I11, Univ, Southern Illinois Univ Mathematics Univ of Illinois V, W Facult JOSEPH F. GREEN MONTE GROOTHUIS M. S. B. S. M. S. Eastern Ill. Univ. Eastern Ill, Univ. Bookkeeping Purdue Univ. Typewriting Chemistry Biology General Business ARTHUR P. HINSON B. S. M. S. McKendree College Univ. of Illinois Counselor IEANNE JOHNSON B. S. Eastern Ill. Univ. French JACK KLOSTERMAN Southeast Missouri P. E. Athletic Director Head Football Coach PHYLLIS KRUEGER ROSEMARY LAKE B. S. B. S. Eastern Ill. Univ. Eastern I11. Univ. Physical Education Business acult IUANITA LANMAN JEANETTE MEATTE "'h,, Eastern Ill. Univ. Eastern Ill. Univ. Am. History Mathematics Soci al Problems Ei FRED M. MOORE WM. W. MORGAN B.S. M.S. B.A. M.A. Kansas State Teachers Carthage College College Univ. of Illinois Commerce D,E. Driver's Education Social Studies 'O DUANE NEET MEREL POLLARD Wabash College Eastern Ill. Univ. Pre-College Rhetoric Art PRISCILLA NEALE A.B. M.A. Wheaton College Northwestern Univ. Speech Am. Literature W6 Ha Q E 'liar-"" Facult EDITH RICHARDSON DONNA RIECHMANN B. S. B. S. Eastern Ill. Univ. Illinois State Mathematics Univ. of Illinois Am. History Social Problems 3? KAY SPALDING A.F.A. B.S. B.A. William Woods Univ. of Illinois Shurtleff Ind. Arts D.O. CLAYTON SLIFER B. S. M . S. Eastern Ill. Univ. Illinois Wesleyan Univ, BETTY S. SPRINGS B. S. Olivet College Southern Illinois Univ. Eastern New Mexico Univ. Colorado State College Indiana State Univ. HELEN STROBEL MARY STYER A Univ. of Illinois Monmouth College English Univ. of Illinois A Latin MAXINE WILLIAMS BSM Southern I11. Univ. Indiana State Univ. gr" ,AWVV Librarian wigs? 'Q' CARLTON E. WRIGHT Indiana State Univ. Biology FRONT ROW: Miss Starwalt Miss Schramm BACK ROW: Mr. Jones Mr. Jennings Mr. Helm FRONT ROW: Mrs. Watson Miss Baker BACK ROW: Mr. Orr Mr. Cunning FRONT ROW: Mr. Marshall Mrs. Ricketts BACK ROW: Mr. Evans Mr. Barbaro FRONT ROW: Miss Rutherford Miss Larsen BACK ROW: Mrs. McCormick Mr. Berry. Mrs. Jones ilmffr-0-..h,,.. m,,...,,.m. , wt, 3 iq? vf'?'r It In ormal i' ii yy 221 :Z V ' , P ' - .. vga: J S b, Eily '1" fzva takes kidn6YS. VV Cheesiei! V Mr. Wrighi! b mVEiZ Waiting. -16 Drink Hardy! Hmmmmmml 63 What a physic! The Thinker. always cries on Mondays. Who Pre ares Our Lunches. PM . so .... . sf The cooks do. Each day they pre- - pare our lunches, and with the help of some students they serve them to many ' of the students of E, H, S, They also serve many banquets. We are all ready to serve, but where is every- body? NW.. Lunch? ?? Tickets please Millie! Dishes anyone? we .f' Mrs, Cooley, Mrs. Bowlin, Mrs. Richeson, Mrs. Metzelaars, and Mrs. Niccum 2I fanitars Mr, Apke Mr, Spence Mrs. jackson Mr. Smith Mr. Hanna Classes "I hope we shall never forget that We created this nation, not to serve ourselves, but to serve man- kindf, Woodrow Wilson fffll :fairs rscrf 1: riff ' asian c::f: :ss-' BEF "-. lia- I Qi v.-u u I S i 'Z I ii QIS , , iii lf'f!7 ssgygpss , , , , . an wffywg, ... I, A , mmunlK4414.gp.pgf,,?,,LI, ?++fifWn+'!g5g' u'ff"-QAM, lil L H 'W rf U rL4t:'? A' Q v 'xi 'WL' 'if -'L'--iii? 1 ' ' ' -HW H 'A' 1- f f i'VEI"T!'?Yf!TX! T , Hum-,QQQQMW --we M'-M... Senior 0 fears 'vi KELLY TUCKER PAT FITZSIMMONS President Vice President W gg 2 P L X Vz:V : ,LiVL: m LVi,, A V DON STEELY DELBERT MORGAN Secretary Treasurer wks in he .Q 1 AQ? fi! 'mimi i I , :E n an QS? 7 -fn SENIORS goofing off . . . studying . . ambitious JOHN ALT HOFF E. H.S. l,2,3,4 D.O. 4 we f TERRY ASHLEY E,H.S.1,2,3,4 Pep Club 2, 3 D. E. 4 Nature Club 2 26 Al? MS' JOHN ANDERSON E.H.S. l,2,3,4 Pep Club 1,2,3,4 Jr. Literary Society 3 Letterman's Club 4 Football 1, 2, 3, 4 Track 2, 3 Golf 3, SHAW MICKEY ASHLEY E. H.S. 1,2,3,4 DIRK ANDERSON E. H. S. 1, 2, 3, 4, French Club 3, 4, Jr. Literary Society 3 Latin Club 1, 2 Future Teachers 3 Nature Club 2 Pep Club 1,2,3,4, Bowling 1, 2, 3, MIKE ASKEW E.H.S. 1,2,3,4 Pep Club 2, 3, 4 Jr. Literary Society 3 Latin Club 1, 2 Future Teachers 1, 2, 3, 4 Letterrnan's Club 2, 3, 4 Football 1, 2, 3, 4 Track 1, 2 F. T. A. President 3, 4 Basketball MGR 1, 2, 3, 4 Baseball MGR 1, 2 Nature Club 2 WANDA BABBS E. H.S. 1,2,3,4 Fil' ,ts CAROL BA HRNS E.H.S. 1,2,3,4 F.H.A. 1,2,4,3 Pep Club 1,2,3 Commerce Club 3 Nature Club 2 Chairman of Degrees in F. H. A. 4 CHERYL BARTON E.H.S.1,2,3,4 F.H.A. 1 Chorus 1, 2 Jr. Literary Society 3 Latin Club 1, 2 F.T.A. 3,4 Nature Club 2 JANET BAKER JACKIE BANNING E-H-S. 1'2,3'4 E.H.S. 1,2,3,4 G.A.A. 4 Commerce Club 4 Commerce Club Vice President 4 ARVIL BASS E.H.S. 1,2,3,4 Band 1,2,3,4 Pep Band 3,4 Chorus 1,2,3,4 Vocalairs 3,4 27 JANICE BEEBE Lovington High School 1 E.H.S. 2,3,4 Pep Band 1 Band 1,2, 3,4, Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4 Stage Band 1 Vocalaires 3, 4 Girls Chorus 2 Variety Show 2, 3 F. H. A. 1 G. A. A. 1 g , ,h 4 Pep Club 1 ' A X Jr. Literary Society J 3 t Nature Club 2 SANDY BLOEMKER E.H.S. 1,2,3,4 Band 1,2, 3 Pep Band 1,2,3 Chorus 1,2,3,4 Majorette 1,2, 3 Stage Band 3 G. A.A. 2 Pep Club 1,2,3, Latin Club 1 Commerce Club 3,4 Nature Club 2 Vocalaires 3,4 Girl's Chorus 2 Cheerleader 3, 4 28 4 1 --it , JUDI BEYER E.H.S.1,2,3,4 G.A.A. 1 Pep Club 1,2,3, D.E. 4 Bowling 2 Nature Club 2 D,E. Secretary 4 KAREN BINGMAN E.H.A. 1 2 Nature Club 2 AUDRINE BENNETT E.H.S. 1,2,3,4 Chorus 1,2,3,4 Latin Club 1,2 Vocalairs 3,4 'E--.... MARY BLOM E. H.S. 1,2,3,4 French Club 3,4 G. A. A. 1, 2 Pep Club 2 Bowling 1 Class Secretary 3 Jr. Carnival Attendant 2 French Club Vice- President 4 LINDA BOONE E.H.S.1,2,3,4 F.H.A. 4 Pep Club 2,3 .r 1. , s. ff' VICKY BROOKS E.H .S. 1,2,3,4 Q--f-" KAREN B REWER E. H.S. 1,2,3,4 Band 1, 2, 3, 4 Pep Band 1, 2, 3, 4 Chorus 4 Pep Club 1,2,4 Band Council 4 Variety Show 2 Class Play 3 Newspaper 2 Latin Club 1 Commerce Club 4 Library 4 Radio Club 3 Nature Club 2 TOM BRITTON E. H.S. 1,2,3,4 Pep Club 1, 2, 3, 4 Jr. Literary Society 3 Latin Club 1,2 Football 1, 2 Class Secretary'2, Class Treasurer 2 DORIS BOWMAN E. H.S. 1,2,3,4 French Club 4 Commerce Club 3 A NN BROWN E.H.S. 1,2,3,4 F.H.A. 1,2,3,4 G.A.A. l,2,3,4 Pep Club 2,4, Jr. Literary Society 3 Bowling 2 F. H. A. Treasurer 3 F.H.A. Secretary 4 29 RANDY BRUNET MIKE BUDDE E.H.S. 1,2,3,4 E-H-S-1.2.3 Pep Club 2, 3,4 Latin Club 1,2, Nature Club 2 Basketball 1 Track 1, 2, 4 Cross Country 1, 2, 3 ..-1-ff "' ,wa iii! LINDA BRUM MER E.H.S.1,2,3,4 IOANN BUSHUE E.H.S. 1,2,3,4 F.H.A. 1,2,4 Pep Club 3,4 Commerce Club 3,4 Nature Club 2 F.H.A. Secretary 2 Commerce Club - President 4 JOE BUSHUE E, H.S. l,2,3,4 CAROL CHAMBERLAIN E.H.S. l,2,3,4 Band l,2,3, Pep Band l,2,3 G.A.A. 2 SIGNET STAFF 3,4 Pep Club 1,2,3,4 Majorette 2, 3, 4 Jr. Literary Society 3 Latin Club 2 Bowling 2, 3, 4 Nature Club 2 'W--of GLEN CAMPBELL E.H.S. 1,2,3,4 'Qu ASW .dig 'QW JOE CARR E. H. S. 2, 3, 4, French Club 3, 4 Pep Club 1,2,3,4 Latin Club 2 Nature Club 2 Basketball 1 Track 1, 4 Cross Country 4 .pax '18 J fy 9 EQ . ,ta VICKIE BUSHUE E.H.S. 1,2,3,4 F.H.A. 1,4 FRANK CHISLER E.H.S. l,2,3,4, Pep Club 1 3l PERRY COLCLA SU RE E.H.S. 1,2,3,4 F.F.A. 1,2,3,4 Nature Club 2 F,F,A, Secretary 3 F.F.A. President4 if 1,44 GREG CONRAD E. H. S. 3, 4 French Club 1, 3,4 Pep Club 1,2, 3, 4 Ir. Literary Society 3 Baseball 2, 3 Track 3, 4 Golf 4 French Council 3 32 Q wr' JACK CONOUR E.H.S. 1,2,3,4 Band 1,2, 3,4 Pep Band 1,2,3,4 Stage Band 1,2,3, 4 Jr. Literary Society 3 Latin Club 1,2 Pep Club 1,2, 3 Nature Club 2 National Honor Society 3, 4 Basketball 1 Football 1,2, 3 he-. 4.,."I....... JEAN CONOUR E.H.S. 1,2,3,4 Band l,2,3,4 Pep Band 1,2,3,4 Pep Club 1,2,3,4 Jr. Literary Society 3 Latin Club 1,2 F.T.A. 3,4 Nature Club 2 am, nl' 5. f-4--nl" nf' -w:1m1g,, ,i ,ri .- ' 'MQW we ,tl K DANNIE CONNA LLY E,H.s,1,2,3,4 Kaydettes 1,2 G.A.A. 1 Pep Club 1,2 Chorus 1,2,3 Jr. Literary Society 3 Latin Club 1,2 Commerce 3 Student Council 3, 4 Student Council Sec, 4 Nature Club 2 Bowlin 2 DAR Wgnner 4 do MIKE COOPER E.H.S. l,2,3,4 Pep Club 1,2,3,4 Radio Club 2,3 Nature Club 3 Radio Club V-Pres. 3 Class Play 3 TERRY CROFT E.H.S. 1,2,3,4 Pep Club 1,2,3,4 F. T. A. 4- Letterman's Club 2, 3, 4 Football 1,2, 3,4 Track 1, 2, 3, 4 BowlingR1,2, 3 Baseball 2,3,4 SAM DEVORE E. H. S. 1, 2, 3,4 French 3,4 Pep Club 1,2,3,4 Jr. Literary Society 3 Latin Club 1,2 Letterman's Club 1 , 2 , 3, 4 National Honor Society 3, 4 Nature Club 2 Basketball 1 Football 2, 3 Baseball 2, 3, 4 Jr. Literary Society President 3 French Council 3, 4 ,a-li" 'env' PAT CURRY . .S. l,2,3,4 PAUL DETERS E. H. S. 3, 4 Pep Club 1 Chorus 1 Basketball 1,2, Track 1, 2 Baseball 1, 2 St. Anthony High School 1, 2 gp. QF-Rx B RICHARD CUTRIGHT E, H.S. 1, 2,3,4 Band 1,2,3,4 Pep Band 1,2,3,4 Pep Club 1,2,3,4 Stage Band 1,2 Jr. iterary Society 3 Latin Club 1, 2 F. T. A. 3, 4 l1etterman's Club 3 , 4 Nature Club 2 Football 1, 2, 3 Track 1,2,3,4 Class Pres, 2 'TQ' RICHARD EIDENT E.H.S. l,2,3,4 D. E. 4 Nature Club 2 Track 2, 3 33 SUSAN EUBANK E.H.S. 1,2,3,4 Band 1,2,3,4 Pep Band 1,2,3,4 G.A.A. 2,3,4 Pep Club 1,2,3,4 Bowling 2,3,4 Chorus 2,3,4 Ir. Literary Society 3 Latin Club 1, 2 Future Teachers 4 Student Council 1 2, 3,-4 Girl's Chorus 2 Student Council Reporter 4 Band President 4 G. A, A , point Chairman 4 Vocalaires 3, 4 Class Play 3 Nature C ub 2 National Honor Societ 3,4 Cheerleacller 1 MARK FUESTING E.H.S. 3,4 St, Anthony 1,2 D.E. 4 D. E. President 4 34 GERALD FAGAN E.H.S. 1,2,3,4 Football 1 Track 1 D. E. 4 Nature Club 2 n ay. fifth PAT FITZSIMMONS E.H.S. 1,2,3,4 Pep Club 1,2,3,4 Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4 Captain 4 Football 1,2, 3 Track l,2,3,4 - Golf 4 Class Vice-Presi- dent 2,4 Latin Club 1,2 Letterman's 1,2, 3, 4 Nature Club 2 -t..,,,,,, Q.,-DOW' P' ROBERTA EVANS E. H.S. 1,2,-3,4 Band 1,2,3,4 Pep Band 1, 2, 3 4 Jr. Literary Society 3 Latin Club 1,2 Future Teachers 3 4 Nature Club 2 Q18 WF STEVE GEIBEL E.H.S. 1,2,3,4 Band 1,2,3,4 Pep Band 1,2,3 4 Pep Club l,2,3 4 Nature Club 2 TONYA GOEN E.H.S. 1,2,3,4 D.O. 4 G.A.A. 3 Nature Club 2 45" BOB GRIFFIN E.H.S. 1,2,3,4 French Club 3, 4 Pep Club 1,2, 3,4 Jr. Literary Society 3 Latin Club 1,2 National Honor Society 3, 4 Nature Club 2 Bowling 3 V. P. lr. Literary Society 3 French Council 4 GREG HABBE E.H.S. 1,2,3,4 Pep Club 2, 3 Letterman's Club 2, 3,4 Bowling 1, 2,3 Nature Club 2 Nature Club Pres, 2 Baseball 2, 3, 4 RANDY HAKMAN E.H.S. 1,2,3,4 Pep Club 3 RON GOODWIN E.H.S. 1,2,3,4 Pep Club 1, 2,3, 4 Jr. Literary Society 3 Letterman's Club 3, 4 Football 1, 2, 3, 4 Basketball 2 Nature Club 2 Baseball 2, 3, 4 l' KATHY HARDER E.H.S. 1,2,3,4 35 SHELIA HARDING E.H.S. 1,2,3,4 G.A.A. 4 Pep Club 3 Chorus 1 Library 2 CHERYL HENDERSON E. H.S. 1,2,3,4 Band 1, 2, 3, 4 Pep Band 2 Pep Club 1,2,3,4 Chorus 1 Jr. Literary Society 3 Latin Club 1,2 Nature Club 2 Bowling 4 Commerce 3 36 'FUS- ,Q 4'T"T-." Nu! JENNIFER HASTINGS E. H.S. 1,2,3,4 Band 1,2,3 Pep Band 1,2, 3 Chorus 1,2,3,4 Jr. :Literary Society Latin Club 1,2 Student Council 3, 4 Girl's Chorus 2 Vocalaires 1, 2, 3, 4 Vocalettes 1 Nature Club 2 Class President 3 Student Council Pres. 4 Pep Club 1, 2, 3, 4 p"'N 'flv 'bvmvx f LINDA HAYS E.H.s. 1,2,3,4 Pep Club 3,4 Jr. Literary Society 3 Nature Club 2 ff 'Wuxi' I JOHN HART LEROAD E. H. S. 4 Columbia City H. S. 1, 2, 3 Band 1 Latin Club 3 Pep Club 4 Pres. Science Club 1 Science Club 1,3 CAROLYN HETZEL E.H.s.1,2,3,4 F. H. A . 1, 2 Newspaper 2 Chorus 4 Jr. Literary 3 Latin Club 1 Commerce 3, 4 Library 1, 2, 3,4 Nature Club 2 Library Club Sec. ' Treas. 3 Library Club Pres. 4 JUDY HEUERMAN E. H. S. 1, 2, 3,4 F. H.A. 1 in Pep Club 1,2,3 mx 3 Chorus 1, 2, 3 Jr. Literary Society 3 Latin Club 2,3 Heartbeat Staff 1, 2 Nature Club 2 D. O. Reporter 4 :WN Gs. DWIGHT HIGGS E.H,s.1,2,3,4 3 GLENN HI S A EHIRTZEL L GG ELIN s.1,2,3,4 E.H.s. 1,234 to D.O. 4 F.H.A. 1,2,3,4 'lei ROGER HOEFFLIGER VA W I 5'f 'L - I, E.H.s. 1,2,3,4 2 F.F.A.1,2,3 , ,, ,J "-"f--fr VICKIE HOLLMAN E. H.S. 1,2,3,4 F.H.A. 1,2 Chorus 3 Latin Club 1,2 D.E. 4 37 PAUL HUNTINGTON E.H.s, l,2,3,4 it J 4 ,f at A . , if 'iff WILLIS INMAN E.H.S. 1,2,3,4 Chorus l,2,3,4 Nature Club 2 Vocalaires l,2,3, 4 PAM IA YCOX S 2 . .A. ,2. . Pep Club 2,4 Bowling 1,2, G.A.A. Vice President 4 38 JOHN JACKSON 5.1-Ls. 1,2, , D o 3 4 4-,, in K KEN JAMES . .s. ,2, if if WJ? f lf' " 4? NNNN N A sq? 8""'44n...-I ix PAM JENNINGS S 1 French Club 3 4 A Pep Club 3,4 Jr, Literary Society 3 Student Council 1, 2, 3 Bowling 4 JUDY JOHNSON E.H.S. 1,2,3,4 Band 1,2,3 Pep Band 1,2,3 French Club 3,4 G.A.A. 1,2,3,4 SIGNET STAFF 3, 4 Pep Club 1,2,3,4 Chorus 1 Jr. Literary Society 3 Latin Club 1, 2 Student Council 4 Nature Club 2 Bowling 1, 2 "- LINDA JOHNSON Windsor 1,2 E. H.S. 3,4 F.H.A. 1,2 G.A.A. 1,2 Chorus 1,2 D.E. 4 Bowling 1,2 D.E. Treas. 4 GARY KOESTER S DO4 E.H. .1,4 .C , Sec. and Treas. 6 Q D,o. 4 A hy, STEVE KA ISER KENNY KOENIG E.H.S. 1,2,3,4 E.H.S. 1,2,3,4 Nature Club 2 Pep Club 1,2,3,4 D. E. 4 Letterman's Club 3,4 Basketball 1,2, 4 Football 1, 2, 3, 4 Track 1,2,3,4 SHELIA KRALMAN E.H.S. 3,4 St, Anthony 1,2 F.H.A. 4 Pep Club 4 39 B ILL KRU EG ER E.H.S. 3,4 St. Anthony 1,2 DAVID LANDERS E. H. S. 1, 2, 3,4 Football 1 Biology Club 2 K .. , --,,, , LARRY LANE E. H. s. 1,2, 3,4 Pep Club 1,2,3,4 Jr. Literary Society 3 Latin Club 1, 2 F.T.A. 1,2,3,4 Letterman's Club 4 Student Council 4 Football 1, 2, 3, 4 Track 1, 2, 3, 4 Nature Club 2 ,M it Li SUMIE KURACHI E.H.S. 2,3,4 Chorus 2 JANIE LANDERS E,H,S. 1,2,3,4 LENNY LANE E.H.S. Pep Club 1,2,3,4 Jr. Literary Society 3 Letterman's Club 4 Football 1, 2, 3, 4 Track 1, 2, F.T.A. Sec. 4 F.T.A. Nature Club 2 PAM LEITH E.H.S. l,2,3,4 F.H.A. 1 G.A.'A. 2,3,4 SIGNET STAFF 4 Pep Club 1,2,3,4 Commerce Club 3,4 Nature Club 2 NUM iq-u...4Hr MIKE LILLEY E. H. S. 1, 2, 3 Pep Club 1,2 Latin Club 1 Nature Club 2 ,4 4 4 5' 1 ,, .f f' my fg- a af, f ' Q ,. 1' ' ,,W1ff',. v w, avzuil. 2 ff? 957527433 v 4 QQ :55.,wfzW , -gf. 14114. ., 1 ' . ,NW r. fczfzttw , 'v f, ,fs1:1g,1.- fm ? fmquawv GLENN LEWIS E.H.S. 1,2,3,4 Band 1,2,3,4 Pep Band 1,2,3, 4 Drum Major 3,4 F.F.A. 1,2,3, Pep Club 1,2,3,4 Nature Club 2 Stage Band 1,2, 3,4 'rl' Wm JO YCE LILLEY E.H.S.1,2,3,4 Pep Club 3, 4 Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4 Girls Chorus 2 Nature Club 2 SHARON LETURNO E. H,S. 1, 2,3,4 D.O. 3,4 Pep Club 2,3 D.O. Sec.-Treas, 3 D. O. Pres. 4 BRUCE LONG E.H.S. 4 St, Anthony 1,2, 3 4I JUDY LOY E.H.S. l,2,3,4 F. H.A. 1.3.4 Pep Club 2,3,4 Commerce Club 3,4 F. H. A. Pres. 4 MIKE LOY E.H.S. 1,2,3,4 D.E. 4 Radio Club 1,2 Football 1,2 D.E. V. Pres. 4 Nature Club 2 MIKE MANKIN E.H.s,1,2,3,4 Latin Club 1,2 Student Council 1, 2, 3, 4 Student Council Treas. 3 National Honor Society 3 Nature Club 2 42 DEBBY MANUEL E. H. S. 1,2, 3, 4 Band l,2,3,4 Pep Band l,2,3,4 Kaydettesfl French 3,4 G.A.A. 1,2,3 Pep Club 1,2,3,4 Chorus 1 Majorette 2, 3 Jr. Literary Soci- ety 3 Latin Club 1,2 Commerce Club 4 Cheerleaders 3, 4 French Club Sec, 3 J. C. MARSHALL E.H.S. 1,2,3,4 Band 1,2,3 Pep Band l,2,3 Pep Club 1,2,3,4 Jr. Literary Soci- ery 3 F.T.A. l,3,4 Nature Club 2 Bowling 1,2,3 Golf 1,2,4 DENNIS MARXMAN E.H.S. 1,2,3,4 F.F.A. 1,2,3,4 F.F.A. Vice Pres. 3 F.F.A. Sec. 4 TT? FRANCES MAXWELL E.H.S. 1,2,3,4 SHARON MASON TONY MATLOCK E.H.S. l,2,3,4 E.H.S. 1,2,3,4 F.H.A. 4 F.F.A. 1,2,3 Pep Club 2 Pep Club 1,2, 3 Chorus2 Nature Club 2 Basketball 1 Football 1 Track 3 Ar, . RUTH MEYERS E.H.S. F.H.A. 1,2,3,4 Commerce Club 3 D.E. 4 F.H.A. Public Relations 3 F.H.A. 2nd Vice Pres. 4 43 PATRICK MIC HA EL E, H. S. 1, 2,3,4 Nature Club 2 JOHN MONNET E.H.s.1,2,3,4 Letterman's Club 3,4 Baseball 2 Basketball 1, 2, 3 Football 1,2,3,4 Track 1 44 DAVE MILLS S 2 SIGNET STAFF 4 Pep Club 4 Ir. Literary Soci- ety 3 Letterman's Club 2 Student Council 2 Basketball 2 Football 4 Latin Club 2 Track 4 CANDACE MOELLER . .S. Pep Club 2, 4 Ir. Literary 3 .' .A. , M198 l MIKE M IETZNER E. H. S. 4 Letterman's Club 1,2 Pep Club 4 Camera Club 2 Basketball 1,2 Class Vice Pres. l ifc- LYNN MOODY E. H. S. 1, 2,4, Charleston High School 3 French Club 1, 2, 3 F. H. A. 1 Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4 Girl's Chorus 2 Library 1, 2, 3, 4 Variety Show 2 Library V. Pres. 4 DELBERT MORGAN E. H.S. 1,2,3,4 Band 1,2,3,4, Pep Band 1 Stage Band 1,2 Pep Club 1,2, 1 Letterman's Club 2,3,4, Basketball 1,2,3, 4, Football 1, 2, 3, 4 Football Co-Cap- tain 4 Track 1, 2, 3 Class Officer Pres. 1 Treasurer 4 Baseball 2, 3, 4 Nature Club 2 Band Council 4 -wwe' ?'?""f"""" BOB NEWTON E. H. S. 4 Pep Club 1,2,3, 4 Newspa er 1 Chorus 5 Jr, Literary Soci- ety 1, 2 Letterman's Club 1, 2, 3 Student Council 2 Library 1,2 Radio Club 1 Basketball 1, 2, 3 Football 1, 2, 3 Bowlin 1,2 Class Cgfficer V- Pres. 1 Secretary 2 9? LINDA NELSON E.H.S. 1,2,3,4 Commerce Club 3,4 Nature Club 2 lt V , -,,. W MJ w , KELLY NEWBURN E. H.S. 1,2,3,4 Track 2,3,4 CHARLES NELSON E.H.S. 1,2,3,4 Nature Club 2 Basketball 1, 2 DONNA NIPPE E. H. S. 1,2, 3, 4 45 JOHN OSMAN E.H.S. 1,2,3,4 Nature Club 2 '--,-. Win., BEVERLY OWENS E. H. S. 3, 4 Commerce Club 3 ww Q, JUDI PASQUALE E. H.S. 1,2,3,4 G. A. A. 3 Pep Club 1,2, 3, 4 Chorus 1 Jr, Literary Soci- ety 3 Latin Club 1,2 Nature Club 2 Bowling 4 Holiday Attendant 3 46 CAROLYN JIM PARKS PAINTER E.H.s. 1,2,3, E.H.s.1,2,3,4 W1 NR ,Ain GWEN PAYNE E. H.S. 1, 2,3,4 Band 2,3,4 Pep Band 2, 3,4 Stage Band 2, 3, 4 Chorus 1,3 G. A. A. 1, 2, 3 SIGNET STAFF 4 Latin Club 1,2 Student Council 4 National Honor Society 3, 4 Nature Club 2 LINDA PERCIVAL E. H.S. l,2,3,4 Kaydettes 1 Pep Club 1,2, 3,4 Commerce Club 3 Varsity Cheer- leader 1,2,3, 4 Homecoming At- tendant 3, 4 Holiday Attendant 1 Class Sec. 1 RICHARD POYNTER E,H,s.1,2,3,4 Pep Club 1,2,3,4 Latin Club 2 Nature Club 2 Bowling 3 'Q or JIM PHILLIPS E.H.S. l,2,3,4 Latin Club l Letterman's Club 2, 3,4 Baseball 2, 3, 4 Basketball 1,2, 3 Football 1, 2, 3, 4 Track 1, 2 , 3 Bowling 4 Co- Captain Foot- ball 4 Nature Club 2 NOEL POTTS E.H.S. l,2,3,4 Band 1,2,3 Pep Band l,2,3 Latin Club 1,2 MYRA PERCIVAL E. H. S. l,2,3,4 Band l,2,3,4 Pep Band 3,4 Chorus 1,4 F.H.A. 1 Variety Show 1 DORIS RENT FROW E.H.S. l,2,3,4 F. H. A. 3 G. A. A. 2, 3 Pep Club l,2,3,4 Chorus 1 Nature Club 2 Bowling 4 Holiday Attendant 2 Cheerleader 2 47 ROBERT RICH E.H.s.1,2,3,4 D.O. 3,4 Football 1,2 Track 1 'iii ANNEROSE RIESS E.H.S. 1,2,3,4 French Club 1,2 Pep Club 1,2,4 Jr. Literary Soci- ety 3 48 ' ' ,, - 9 Vvf 3 in rr , 7 , , mi 'J' 'vi c,,, gi, ,,,c ,D W JUDY RICKETTS PATSY RICKETTS EHS1234 EHS1234 DEBBY RICHESON E.H.S. 1,2,3,4 F.H.A. 2,3 G.A.A. 1,2,3,4 G.A.A. Pres. 4 Pep Club 1,2,3,4 Bowling 3,4 Homecoming At- tendant 3 i mi, Q, I 'WS Rr ,, S 'wmmf "KiQ1 ' 4 iiiii iiiii ' iiii 1 l 1 i ?2f1. w 151 1 ,fi ' 17:11 'Q r IX W? ls.. BILL RINCKER E.H.S. l,2,3,4 DEBBY ROBERTSON E.H.S. l,2,3,4 Chorus 1,4 Library 4 Nature Club 2 W ,J DIANT HA RU HOLL E.H.S.1,2,3,4 F. H. A. 2 G. A. A. 1, 2 Chorus 3 Jr, Literary Soci- ety 3 Library 3,4 Bowling 3 JUDI RUSH E. H.S. 1,2,3,4 4, 'H ' ryyi C y, ROY ROGERS E.H.S. 1,2,3,4 D.O. 3,4 D.O. Vice Pres. 3 Football 1 y ,V . Q 4 . bui 1 , I V J, b . . ,. JAMES SCOTT t ' !' Q 1 E.H.S. 1,2,3,4 -.9 ri L Nature Club 2 ,,,,..,,., A Golf 1 sg, 1 LE? ,.,,:, A ., ,H l 2:1 , fqgff 14, 2" - ,za y ,5 jj' g"' !, 1 X t A-Qi. ',.- e fir' , 3 ,1 qw.-, , 4. " 1 ROGER ,S EC HREST E.H.S. 1,2,3,4 Band 1, 2, 3, 4 Pep Band 1,2, 3, 4 Stage Band 2, 3,4 Dixieland Combo 3,4 Nature Club 2 National Honor Society 3, 4 49 2:5131-2-?""w p S C 4 rt X CHARLES SHELLEY K E.H.S.1,2,3,4 ob Q D.E. 4 5 Nature Club 2 TERRY SLIFER E. H. S. 1, 2, 3,4 Pep Club 1,2,3,4 Commerce Club 3 Nature Club 2 50 LDYIA SIGAFUS E. H. S. 3, 4 Villisca High School 1, 2 French Club 3, 4 Chorus 1 Y-Teens 1,2 .M -M EF? IANE SIPES E.H.S. 1,2,3,4 Band l,2,3 Pep Band 1,2,3 French Club 3, 4 G. A. A. 2 Pep Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Chorus 1 Jr. Literary Soci- ety 3 Latin Club 1, 2 Student Council 3, 4 Nature Club 2 Bowlirg 3 Class ice-Pres. 1 Sweetheart At- tendant 1,3 Student Council Vice-Pres. 4 Homecoming At- tendant 4 xii' 'i"'te, 1, BILL SHELTON E.H.S. 1,2,3,4 PATSY SOLTWEDEL E.H.S. 1,2,3,4 Band 1,2,8,4 Pep Band 2, 3 F. H.A. 1,2 Pep Club 1,2,3,4 Nature Club 2 RUTH SOLTWEDEL E. H. S. 1, 2, 3,4 SIGNET STAFF 3, 4 SIGNET STAFF CO-EDITOR 4 Pep Club 1, 2,3,4 Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4 Jr. Literary Society 3 Latin Club 1,2 Student Council 4 Girl's Chorus 2 Latin Club Treas. 2 Vocallaires 3, 4 BARBARA STEVENS E.H.s. 1,2,3,4 F.H.A. 1,2,3 G.A.A. 2,3 I New ,,,,f- V,., BARB STEELE E. H. S. 1,2, 3,4 F. H. A. 1, 2, 4 Pep Club 1,2,3,4 Chorus 1 D.E. 4 Cheerleaders 1 Nature Club 2 DON STEELY E.H.S. 1,2,3,4 Band 1,2,3,4 Pep Band 2, 3, 4 SIGNET STAFF 4 Pep Club 2, 3 Newspaper 2 Sta e Band 2,3,4 Jr. iiterary Socie 3 Latin Club 1, 2 Student Council 4 Nature Club 2 Basketball 1,2 Football 1, 2, 3 Track 2 Bowling 3 Class Sec, 4 Class Treas. 3 Tennis Club 4 National Honor Society Treas- urer 3, 4 Tsai 'lk ,pr BILL STARR E. H.S. 1,2,3,4 Band 1, 2, 3, 4 Pep Band 2, 3 Pep Club 2, 3 Stage Band 1,2, 3,4 Jr. Literary Society 3 Latin Club 1,2 National Honor Society 3, 4 Golf 1 Nature Club 2 , . Fi- . A A A t 4? -., DON STUCKEY E.H.S. 1,2,3,4 SIGNET STAFF 3, 4 SIGNET STAFF CO-EDITOR 4 Pep Club 1,2,3 Jr. Literary Society 3 Latin Club 1,2 Student Council 2, 3, 4 Latin Club V. P. 2 Nature Club 2 National Honor Society 3, 4 Gymnastics 4 5I SUSAN SUTTON E.H.S. 1,2,3,4 F.H.A. l,2,4 Pep Club 3, 4 Chorus 1 Commerce Club 3,4 Nature Club 2 W we irc If S 'Y' BOB TIEFFEL E.H.S. 1,2,3 Pep Club 2,3 D.E. 3,4 Track 1,2 Nature Club 2 fffbx JOHN TOLCH 4 E H.S. l,2,3,4 Pep Club 1,2,3,4 Bowling 1,2,3 LARRY TONN E.H.S. l,2,3,4 F.F.A. l,2,3,4 F.F.A, Sentinel3 -I-sg x y' if-FK? 1 Q V N at 'Q' 'gp v., f , ' 'V fy 'webf ,ahah--Q CHARLOTTE SWANSON E.H.S. l,2,3,4 Band 1,2,3 Pep Band 1,2 Kaydettes 4 G.A.A. 1,2 Pep Club 1,2,3,4 Jr. Literary Society 3 Cheerleader 3 French Club President 4 Holiday Attend- ant 4 French Club 2, 3, 4 ., 'PEC a la r lf I+ Q., X TOM TOWNSEND E.H. S. 1.2, 3,4 F.F.A. 1,2 Nature Club 2 F.T.A. 1 SANDRA TRIPLETT E.H.S. 1,2,3,4 A sTEvE UPTON MARILY UTZ I wg, E.H.S. l.2,3'4 E.H.S. 1,2,3,4 ' F. H.A. 4 , ' Commerce 3 . I K Randi V KAY VAN ALST E.H.S. 1,2,3,4 Band 1,2, 3, Pep Band 2, 3 G. A. A. 3 Pep Club 1,2,3,4 Chorus 1 Jr. Literary Society 3 Latin Club 1,2 Commerce 3 Nature Club 2 Bowling 4 Homecoming Attendant 3, 4 KELLY TUCKER E.H.S. 1,2,3,4 Pep Club 1,2,3,4 Jr, Literary 3 Latin Club 1,2 F. T. A. 4 Letterman's Club 3, 4 Nature Club 2 Football 1, 2, 3, 4 Class Pres. 4 Class V-Pres. 3 Latin Club Pres. 2 Tennis Club 4 LINDA VAN METER E.H.S. 1,2,3,4 F.H.A. 1 Pep Club l,2,3 Chorus 3 D.E. 4 Nature Club 2 53 GARRET WAGNER E. H. S. 1,2, 3,4 Band 1,2,3,4 Pep Band 1,2f3,4 Pep Club 1,2,3,4 Football 3,4 Track 2, 3,4 Nature Club 2 Baseball 2,3,4 , 1 "" 3 ,f--f.. N ' 2 1,45 ,, " 3 5 abs 1 ,, K RICK WELCH E. H. S. 1, 2, 3, French Club 2 Pep Club 3 Track 1, 3 Gymnastics 4 Basketball 1, 2 Cross Country 1 54 43 , , tr , ,,,,,,f "K+ . W .0 ,L 1 'ai 'th a I I' LONNIE WAYMOTH E. H.S. l,2,3,4 Pep Club 1, 2 D. E. 4 Letterman's Club 3,4 Nature Club 2 Football 1, 2, 3, 4 Track 1 s - 2 X kg 'T"i" if BOB WEAVER E.H.S. 1,2,3,4 F.F.A, 2,3,4 SIGNET STAFF 4 Jr. Literary Society 2 Latin Club 2 P. F. A. Reporter 4 National Honor Society 3, 4 X RONNIE WEST E.H,s, 1,2,3,4 .,f.4,,,,.WV 1,2 3 ,C pty. .4 ' t !t A ff-ip ' - , . levi LINDA .WENDT E.H.S. 1,2,3,4 F,H.A. 1,3,4 D.O. 4 F.H,A. Historian 4 MARY JO WEST E.H.S. 3,4 St. Anthony 1,2 Band 1,2,3 Pep Band 1,2,3 Kaydettes 3,4 Pep Club 1,2,3, Chorus 1, 2 Majorette 1, 2 Jr. Literary Society 3 F. T. A . 3, 4 Library 1,2,3,4 Radio Club 3 Library Sec, 4 Boosters Club 4 RONALD WILLIAMS E.H.s.1,2,3,4 F.F.A.1,2,3,4 ,X -.u..5vvN"' JANET WILHELMS E.H.S.1,2,3,4 Kaydettes 1, 2, 3, 4 French Club 3, 4 G. A. A. 2, 3,4 Pep Club 1,2,3,4 Jr. Literary Society 3 Latin Club 1,2 Student Council 1, 2, 4 National Honor Society 3, 4 Nature Club 2 French Club Sec. 3, French Club V. Pres. 4 National Honor iociety Sec. 3, O " CRAIN WILLIAMS E,H.S,1,2,3,4 Pep Club 1,2,3,4 Jr. Literary Society 3 Latin,Club 1, 2 Letterman's Club 2, 3, 4 Student Council 1, 2 Chinese Bandit Award Winner 4 Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4. Football 1, 4 Track 1,2, 3,4 Cross Country 2 F f '. I QW , RN x , 4 i BJ vb U , as Qi , M Q X QS 2 -wa-A J BILL WHITEHOUSE E.H.S. 1,2,3,4 Latin Club 2 Track 1, 2 Nature Club 2 'Q if -ye DAVID WILSON 1 E.H.s.1,2,3,4 F' 55 SANDY WINTER E. H. S. 4 Lincoln High School 1, 2, 3 G. A. A. 1, 2 Pep Club 4 Commerce Club 4 Bowling 2, 3,4 Cheerleader 1, 2, 3 Homecoming Attendant 4 Commerce Club Sec. 4 Dramatics Club 1, 2, 3 56 SHIRLEY ZIEGLER E.H,s.1,2,3,4 French Club 2 F. H.A. 2,3 G.A.A. 2,3 Pep Club 2,3,4 D.E. 4 Bowling4 The following students' pictures were not available Bob Beckler Larry Ford Lyle Haney Terry Long Roger Pagel Larry Patton Bill Rife Kenny Shadwell Tom Tipsword Terry Varner DONNA YEAKEL E. 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D D ,P , ,Xi 'digg 6 Aff X K g , .- anny avis is 1 :using-14, so in we 59 funiors Find the D, ,,-5 :D " 11-as-1 Q ia 'L if h D , Lisa Davis y , fr 'f 1- f D cs. DL. X Louis Davis s-. g Q 0 nv- X f K 5' D Q k A A -D Lys vii, 4- gb! r Mar Davis 4351? ' i ,'-wp Twila Davis L - DDD H 1 W 7 xr M H is,A, W J X. Dave Devall xg fp DDE X ,fii K D A 1 ' D sir K K' Nancy Donelson 'f DfmD4?'7"" wt as Sandy Downs ' V ' i Linda Draper ff 3 QQ, ' s Diane Eckhardt ais- D DD V f 4 3 D D J N S i X .lsr L , X-X it is's D as DD Bob Esch V wi,A " A 'N' D D Becky Evans . ED i ff: Y' X , ki' 3, :" W K A F1 KD Wvtxx .1 5, D' K y - ,,D Steve Evans ' A it D3 f r 1 LY ,D D . Bob Everett Z h A W ai h p D' Karen fagan uv ' ,Q Jim Fairbanks ' 'ff Paui Field Q ., LD X ' f N' QD " f Sharla Fletcher ,X . vp 7" K Kenneth Gilbert 1. 4' Q Marsha Giiiespre 5' D D D ' Howard Goen 5 sii' if ---- 3 4 Z d is Jerry Goen 4,5 ' as , Q vt F' 5? M 'wk' H7 A Carl Goidsrern . y .'ZI,. ' 1 I1 L' ' 1 D Alph Goldmp D 5 DDDD Morton Hams X Q in tb s L y L ' D Mike Hatfill f I 5 ,D. i 5 fm sl ,.,:,,,,W! i A - y D Deborah Hays N 3 Q Q Ja D Elaine Hays s 5' -, V 1 is -s ,' K 'N' V, R f V is Donetta Heathcoat r ,s 'Ixh ' L Kathleen Helmbacher I D A X Bette Henderson Kent Hirtzel ,Q I b Don Hixon L A Q I Joanna Hixon Danny Horrick Kathy Hosey Donna Hubbard T2 i'.X tl 'V 'tl 'F Nl-+ -, N f -x Wal! if - D DDD sDD 2 :. Q W x DD DD QX I 60 iv 'T -' U! X. xii" VKXLJW -1 Lee Keplar Paul Kirby John Klosterman Darlene Knicker Leland Knierim Jim Koester wigs?-1 A v I ,,.,,.... -1 Kathy Lidy Jane Lilley Edward Liska Don Lister Sue A. Loy Sue K. Loy f J . vt 'J' -3, Eric Miller Janice Miller Karen Miller Bob Miller Karen Myers Jerry Nelson Challenge Increases .., fi in fr xl 52 I If i "i ' T If ,, R , . Y ,, f ' I ' ' -Z Q 9 'xl ' L3 ' 1 in , iv' .J Ra' , 1 TF A if e 1 f i .v 5 if 1 I K Lth x ,-, s alt, P . git -Q Q gm Y A . X, fx X W I Q .L 'I kkIee...:: .ly ii ear s - or Q 'S i R M, 43' L N-7. 'L' wi , i UQ X 1 xi' YU, -- i f , -'G "' "vs fr Q17 'ZW ,, 9 .4 w fr' Q 5 'ag 4. fi i 1 A m P Picfure 1- ei E erih ' Noi - +8'r'X r, in Available 'Q i' Sa "' ' Deanna Phillips s Mike Poe 3-5 L Ron Prather if h "N Va I Barb Probst v-f-f va, 'QQQ5' Vickie Pulliam X 5. L, Bob Reardon "X, ' l y , NV jx L3 X 1 v OL x 'W ,K Lg! FM . -6 :A N I A: A fi js M or rn N I P is ' -I f "' -- 'Xa' f , l aff' gk Mary Kreke Mike Lamb Gerald Ledbetter Marja Lehtonen Bill Lemay Mary Lou Lewis . 1 Y t t f if 5 --xr Y Doug McAdams Sharon McCallen Cheryl Matteson Danny Mesnard Phyllis Metcalf Maurce Mietzner -as 4-nv K5 r... 3, 'ii it Mary Nuxoll Phyllis Ooton Janice Pagel Gary Painter Joyce Pendlay Chrystal Peters f Tom Reardon Alan Reed Tom Rickelrnan Sharon Rush LeRoy Rutledge Phyllis Saupe 6l Next Year 95 Leaders ,ii .av 4, fb Q. f s 5 e ir 3 ' ' x Q Marc Smith Sandy Smith Pam Sowers Barb Spence Jean Sporleder Carrel Starkey 3 .1-Q sa s iw S, Ron Tipsword Doris Tonn Claudette Turpen David Upton Clara Van Alst Brenda Van Dyke ff' YS fd 4812, Helen Welch Roy Wendling Pam Wenthe Leah White Mary White Pat Willenborg , as . ,. ., Z? r TZ' - 'I' Fliiwfzfi D ' D ' -1 4' Q QM 3 . w Wk' 2 W 1' ' , -qw. to J, 4 sl- sf . rttt, y N . -1 A f 1, YA I - Q'.. '5 sf 1 Jim Senior Shirley Shamhart Jim Shelley David Shouse Lee Sims Macil Sloop Darrel Starkey tg A Q 'lk Kqtli if .Q Llllda Stevens 3 s I 4 Q Q 9' is -Q? ' Lindell Stevens "1 t EF Terry Swark Ad g Dave Tarrant i ftsfpr is?s'i QwTmw if. fit a - a N ia ee C' gl .Q r Q ., Q 2 vs' t 1 I- " ,,, 'QT r. D' 1? Charles Veatch L... Q, , :gf 5 A as f ,t ,ig Q Glenda Wagoner ,xi ' 0, 'W' Tom Warner 2 ,h +5 Don Waymoth ' h "C", 3 4 ..-r - W Q rr-'r I .'tt' W "tfi A X . x Joe Webb L Ah ff"X 'A we yr S . 3 ' gg.. 62 ' r,r Dennis Wilson Jenna Wilson Prank Wines Cheryl Winter Sophomore jioers DAVID RING DONNA SLIFER President Vice President Y' ROBIN DUNLAP ROGER ARNOLD Secrerary Treasurer r X mr Sophomore Girls? They're a swinging Group RW 1 ,ig Ai X tx X5 A? tv! K p 7 ,it t Lo 'wif , 1. K 5 '1k'f' f ,,1. ' QT' uf? ' 64 Roger studying hard What did you say Donna? u-.iss Hard at work on their float Mr. Neet presiding at class meeting Sophomores ' A ' M 5 y if Debbie Adams y ' 3 gy. Q, 3' C Wilph Randy Ahten ! his ' y " Y y lu' David Altman f- if-1 x Q Roger mold 'W '.,d:,' if . 1 if ""- "d1 r Bill Arnold , ,Q 5 , Vickie Barnes " xf ' .1 Donald Barr John Barton Jann Beachler Sarah Beebe Margie Beyer Sharon Blankenship 2 ri-W f- 4 M 7 ' 'Sf .os f---- ns, i 4 4" ,.b' gs Dawn Bruce Pat Brummer N A A Terry Lee Brummer ' L' "A '4-.J Linda Buening -r,, It if VZVVA m.i z Carl Burch I' ,f fi, i f Steve Burch V I lu A 35 PHC: 4 Carolyn Boggs Steve Breeden Dale Broeringmeyer Nancy Broom Harold Brown Janice Brown ' f 9551! N - ' 1.4 J, if Wi?-W if ,. '. ,fa , . ,U D, if .3 i.!fd!: 1. me'f!:E2fiEFcali.ri,.g M , .fir W Q Q an 11' iff W ,fe . V ---' I Dennis Bushue ' C Bob Bushue W' We if " 0 Roy Campbell i u -,f A -p ,ju 5 Billy Casselman V - Y Karen Chestnut it A C Dorothy Cochran , N L, 4 Barbara Cotton 4 A i y fy X Diane Culver mx 4 A Q., y 4 'Chi N C 5 Dean Davis ef .,, W A K' MA Don Davis ' V an 1 A A V NR - 5 B W W , tr " "" ' W: Mm' Dem wha t 'ir ffl it 2 r ' Janis Dickey A A X - Belinda Dilworth .gl rw - - rr ' C A 'A "' - , 5' , Glen Ray Dilworth ll. 4:9 r Q " 4357 ,B :HX , A Penny Dixon Y, -, r - Q A if at , v kg. Linda Donsbach -t X 2- af, nufii Charlyn Drumm bb f K '5"g'.f-:fin-',l' 65 66 K-'andy if if Charles Freeman James Freeman Lucille Frese ' y. an '- , . . ' Well, at Least W Robin Dunlap Brenda Dunn "X tl' F4 5 6' jp Richard Dykstra r - David Edwards Q 7 4 y y ' KR ii y F k q zz a Dennis Ewald " it hh Y M ii i L 5 5 Harold Fairbanks . f "'i 'N 'Q R 1 1i,- A ' f Lila Gaddey Wallace Gerhardt ,KX sy yy y Danny Gillespie I Q if Mlm: :mu t -. as Iii! aux ,MQ i Q7 ' If 1 ,W Jim Hickman Forrest Holland Roger Ingram Jerry Jansen Candace Jaycox Brad Jennings fmn- vous Ns ,..- Tom Koester Donald Langley r 1 -qv X Valena Lankford -3, g- M Krail Lattig Randy LeCrone Paul Leppin x, i z Mary Goen Floyd Goodman Sharon Harding Mary Harris Pat Hartleroad Linda Heathcoat .X J a , A ' r ' - A gy -3 gg. Q A ,L . ' K .3 4 -of I 5 Q M 'ii , .: li 1 A X4 ,s r K, if a i ,4 lg' A fxl is 1 'A L A W l f N L . L .r ., Q' , F K':, P! s Q "' X ji h 1 srs H - F, X, ' , A as A ' Frank Jocelyn I N3 3 mm nv i Joyce Johnson ,, ,js ' F' A i Bemi Kagay " f ,ii i . ff:-f ' ' my , , Q Kathy Kaiser 'WS' Xi' is 1 ' my m iii Steve Klosterman , jf A ix Scott Koester X t X an A ', X an y e'nV fy .vt Irv N A kkrk: . grin' i- it ..e ff X y , J My Lynette Lerurno f F f L 4 5 Ron Levitt 3' 7 ga, G4 ,,, F? Dean Lewis ., 'J-la L SX n , A James Liska 'TTS' ' z Gale Lister , A Nanette Loy 4 ren 't Freshmen 1 f .IFN wi 4' IQ J J JP! .A Linda Mason Maretta Mathis Kenneth Matthews John Metzelaars Carol Moody Diane Moschenrose Q,-8 15- Aj K 1 in -at-1 1' K s Pr lx' L3 an 7 N, ' ' sb, S o was Cheryl Lustig Larry Lystila Mike McMahon Sharon McWhorter Marsha Manuel Patty Manuel arms is . G- ft Glen Moulton T: ,,g, A 4 -3 1 ,Q --. P h Jerry Murray f 5' Z V' it G ,N 4 George Meyers ,af-fy Vlvy '33 N' Gale Nelson Q r J S . r ll .fs ,. My Nelson E "" ' . ff it 'J f 5 J Marsha Nelson I H 1. M wfjx. Jpxf' ,EP an Jeffrey Niccum , T ' ' 'J 'N Robert Overbeck f' 3 L J M in in-I T ,i irrl Q Robert Pagel 'x ' ' Irr, fs 1 Q: ' I Doyla Parks '7 C lx N , iirlriss :X ree 'f ll ' S Z s r r- 4: f l 1 - ' V as r . Terry Pendlay my ' , 7 ' . ,,, Jeanne Percival .4 . ' ,QF sl A .Q J' L y Marcia Peters S '-- fs -X my A ,, S1 Peggy Poe ' "2 ' S f , f frm sr. andra Powles in :Ll Stanley Powles h V Robert Probst ij 5 Pamela Ragan N' "' ,P Linda Reardon A .432 A A Q-fl 'Y' ' ' K, sr s Y- f 4 'Q fi", J I Melvin Redding A ,Ns 3 James Rentfrow ,ff':lffQ4 355 gi n., W, ,W rugfx gl '-gf' f afgffffefa P s , . ' is-a5a55rM.p1r: h J ' Q . ',f"ihA Richard Rentrow , 5, J r"J S 'L r i i n M J tai John Ricketts 'J fi at R ' ' -Q V Q i s W 'vt . .,- Q 1 Q Q, , P 1 Gayla Riley x 'T f ' ef J M, .M f ' " . . xx. M ff 'P' David Ring s- V7 ' Q ty? Q 5 r 3 David Samuel it 53- ' ' A X J Q 51,5 ss P- J S, ssrs, r ' I Karen Sapp 67 Upperclassmen in the Making 'ix 43-T! 'B . " B M Z ff g.g ' :L ' M9 "i.-i7'- ' 1' 4 Af ' , . r ff fa -kbi an .1,L7 , J by 5 at Deborah Shaw It r M aSha '.-A l .: :Q I -7-' .1 i yrn w y -A at 3 1, James Shobe Doug Siefken Alvin Siebert David Sigafus an, f f .. if . c 4 'f Q 1-ff .Tl of ...- B W ' gt. Bob Stanley Charles Stewart - . M Sally Sylvester X 'I J' -,. " fb ', ., Tom Thies B' ' "" Cf' B ' 'TS' , Nr' A a Ziacrlglaglpltgner Q if L V ,X S 5 4 S ySl ff he ' a U K . .' .K l 'V' YVZ It ,. I fit 2: .. E - f kd I J you 1 X Wfgfkfxhfffgf K , JA. if i f ffl, if " M , 1 X - 1-9,3-.' .17 5 mei fk 4.1 I r f ifffaf- C. ff ... .. Mfr, Larry Wendt r J Pam Wente V IS' ' F is B 'M wr Richard Wente ,nl ig, 1 C 'l 4 my Carol Wiedman -W gixi W' Jim wiihelms v L John Willis f ff' y ' i 'B S B L Kenny Wohltman ft ,ar ss' i B , ,Q iq Dallas Wolf ' H - :Q C ' -,Q -H ' -, 4 -gs! Chuck Woodard -,.. , , , RW gf Q K y X t C, ,AX - 1 Roger Wyckoff iff , r ali ii S . 68 Mark Sargent John Schever Darrell Schweman Linda Seely Mary Senior Duane Shadwell r Q "' Q-v lb' A1-if 4 Steve Sinkler Meriam Siple Donna Slifer Bob Smith Pam Spalding Tonia Spracklen a w N 'Bk V' .. z i - We ' kr' Kent Utz Kevin Utz Janet Verdeyen Bob Walker Lida Ward Jack Wear .th fl Q , 'lf X f x l Jil Freshman wears 41. . ' ,J , KATHY BLOEMKER CATHY VOYLES President Vice President DIANE SLIFER LINDA MORITZ Secretary Treasurer X I i e eiii Aie' i i f "I V N X,-f"',gg4?7 ,X wal i if ,ff ieiiii ,- Steve Bahrns Jim Baker Ronnie Baker Keith Banning Gary Barber Brenda Barton Freshmen r B S p S Sandra Apke , M. fi ' K - B " ' Linda Arnold ,.. . . 1 A S P 7 65 if .lx B fl 1 fc 4 H R 1' 1 Tom Jay Ash -W 4 i C A 1 1 K t Sharon Ashbaugh J .5 i as ' 5 't a Keith Bahrns ' ,aL Richard Bahrns ' EQ' by EF 225 2 2 .,, R 5 Y, A ' 3 I K "" 'IQ 4:1 'B .iiri ' B S ffl 'ff X t Ronald Beccue K r , I f i Shirley Beckmier Er Q f 4 9:3 'B' Q Lester Bell ,qw gs ..v' ' ,L Melissa Bogan Wanda Boggs john Boldt Millie Bollman Gary Bosley Ai My K swf 7 sri- -it .M K J gg. , Y K Q, 5 . ' as ,' Lula Bingmati Debbie Bishop , I ' Kathy Bloemker i' - i 1 Q J, 1 3. N 'V k s Terry Bosley " I 53 E9 'Nav Mary Anne Byers Susan Carpenter Michael Carr Sandra Cartmell Mary Casselman Joe Lee Chisler 1 K vw' x f,g'71 I, XY' yf : 3, ,. 'a ,xx - ff Q..-. ...,.,. ,-tgii f ! . ,. WY James Bowlirl f Cassie Brewer 1 I WI Bruce Norbert 'Ar Kathy Buening William Burr John Bushue is-vs, Q K Q ,rg-I K J f. Q , ,-s- , My V5 ' , A ff :X L f z N5 K 'k'A Z A B ' ' i 'i -i '25 y B C is I Phil Coats ,A p Karen Cooley .Q A t E ff' P 1 Tom Cox ' ' ' Jack Crider is - get ' . i n 5 it C Dan Cunningham -. V Philip Davidson s J ' f I 70 You ,ve ,AQ ,. , s .ii ,,,,4s "wut Tom Edwards V Kenny Eggers T I Jerry Eirhart W, 1,2 James Emmerick ,fy f ,....,.-J Harold Eskew Karen Eskew i ri n MAJ .E if .,, gg 1 ..,.., , I we I if Q 4 :ww , 64 r 1 I J Steve Grobengieser Steve Harding Maxwell Heaton 4 i ' Lynn Henderson Dennis Heurman I ,f , 5 lrr 1 " 2 Patty Hiatt 3 ff 4 I ' ' yi' ya? X ff I' Valerie Inman Jim Jackson Susan Jackson Got to Start Somewhere r I 34' '5 wi .-5 , 1 va, A Pl , fx, f ,aa , W ' Q la e ff 'X M ,L ' -s my , J J 'f 72? 'fi ' Y if .-..,, .J , , ,X '-0 k,, , :W Nancy Davis Shelia Depoister Tom Dunn Sandra Easley Phyllis Eckhardt Belinda Edwards Mary Eskew Harold Field Roger Ford Carol Fox X ' I 'V' 1' X544 James Gillmore 1' Pamela Graham 1 K We f- idd an 'C J 'ii 9 N xx 7 f , 4:2 J JN? "YA or J "' or V , X . I if Q - V Vvrr A ,rw at Q 1 'L.,s' '-'rv' 1 -S, Marsha Hirtzel James Holland Keith Hoover Dennis Horine '74 f Lylia Hubbard Linda Huelskoetter 4 8 D J ll v J Lennis ewe It V V fy ---- XJ ethia Jewell H Q V Q h rf h Kay Keplar , I, , I , , W we I Q , , ..- 4 Milf? wr ,A Y 'Y J jf " N .JJ. nJ 'aes ,N a 4 9 ,J sisi A f -A -- f 47 -wr J ' -1' 'ff an rvl ., J ' J rrr sf, J me S5 me 'J Dale Knierim Mary Koester Dennis Kreke Sandra Kreke Dennis Kroft Linda Kuhlman 7I Cheryl Long Joyce Long Danny Louderback Carol Loy Lonnie Loy . .- I fu. zfvn Wwe.. far wi i ' ,7 'f 2 . L,fi1,c',g: ff if ii I M 5 1' ,,,,f uve, ,O R 'ff -3 , Freshmen Find First Year Janet Kyle James Layton Judy Leclbetter Larry Leturno Cheryl Lewis Mary Ann Lilley ki ,rf is rrrmai i A A J Connie Lueken . F L ' J I ' , f I 1 A L yi C JJ 1 f J f'i.-swf - Lynn Lysma Q 'ii 1 y LV , asm 4 Q' , y A L Nancy Lystila i s W ' vi 4' 3 f 5 4,3 " '. Q W' 3 Mike McClure J J ft fx ff 5' J li .Q y V X ,L Vicki Mcclure , D 1-7 y 7 ' ' ,K Mike McDaniel J inf 4 J ,f 1' Q I' J A - Dave McManaway K 'S dz?-' ' L, 4... YA ll, Mary Ann McVay . y y A , F if John Macklin 4 ' it V, ,, , , Beverly I' 9 . 'I V i an fi f 1 03' ix K, , Marcia Mankin ig ', y 32,7 Q 3 1 llc Nancy Mason 'L lf F f i J J r QQ?"-, Pam Melzer y L6 , i,,V,, J , J V yin, fu ii J ,, at ' ' ' ' 1 , ,i j ' ,, .h ' 4 4 A v W 'H 1 , , K J -li 7 f J-'M Linda Metcalf - f.. Q A 8 0 A , J J , Lynn Meyers 43, yr -5, ' ' M 'T 1 3 -:rf-" David Michael C -3- A it sg'-vi Mary Miller . , ,iii K -a 3 f W W , I M,11 y J F .. J J jg N Janice 1 er J J 4 f J C L T m Miie Y! V f Lg: 'F :rw X uf J: Il'A'J , b Y O 1 I Nancy Moeller Linda Moritz Bill Myers Patricia Newburn John Kollman Danny Niccum if 32.5 J .,i -:ry K f s, 72 F J 4 J+5'5 x'S2. . 'af I M f 1' 'iv K. ' J' RQ J ,-- FJ' V j A 'Yi t.t-i ,fii ' J , l 1 , " , if s at xi- , rf J f I f fa' ?A?gz1g:: ':15'3:5f? 'f?Ef5f' R J I ' S Q 1 ,11 , ,ff J J h Ken Nuxoll ' F i Ai M. f , f A Allen Pendlay 'J if D- .., C- W if J ff 3' ' 'W W. Harry Pendlay tr VJ 5 I ' "' "' f Dou las Philli s , ' Lf.. 5 W "1" Q, J g P y 1 -J iV:1y ,L ,., ysh' 5 John Plumer A 1 -' I X, Robert Poe .. , l ii '53, ,i A 1 ,5 1 A, l Frantic but Happy ,wiii vu 5 K Y V is Charlene Ricketts John Ricketts Vickie Roberts Diane Robertson John Robertson Patty Rosso .,, Y was :as 2 E f if m9 , k V at . 5 tn. ,W 3' .M W Y. lv: 'Oi I f if L X I . A 3, ,-33 .:,1:-:-:'.1-. -,..:.:r!,:::: ' xl f.- c. 1' W 'F " 'L' ti? S ' " iq' . W, git jf i EX 1 rf , 1 Jackie Shelley Tom Shelton John Shull Nancy Sills Diana Slifer Gene Sligar , . ,. Q.. 'iii' Wanda Stiffler Jim Stortzum Brenda Stumeyer Cathy Tarrant ,. tl: 1 ff f - --Q A V , ,.,,. 4 an -.., 7 ..- ii 2 .t f ' K fi I: N Y VX, ,f , t hahah it s J t llliiil Q iigiiliiiii ' T ' ' 3 fit., Ellen Tarrant X 'T' Russell Tate , 'T ' 2 get A Sh 0 'W x iii- Jttc. ll- ? - I 1 I we , ,, xl 3 ,Q , afar' f.'ff'J'L, i -4 ,--yuggggfii-Lvl rats-niaigraa-warg..-iz , f- ,,.-,'.f'.. , uf, 3 s s TWA, -it Faris' ' ,,.-,, . . r, .za-... K -ai ,Q 1 i 31" tsl 42 i, ,MI E s J 4" iz- ' A f, .ls f ,t ,ji X KA , we .f 4 ' 2 'T' E . -fa aa if X if E Jtst S it .. ' I 1 . 4 J' ja Riff fi i v ,If " T' .vw is fmt -wa., ' . N Dave Probst Tamara Ray Judy Reardon William Reeder Virginia Rexroad Gail Richey '41 i K .,..ty..- - Robert Rueter Jerry Ruffner Wayne Rush Bill Schmidt Deborah Schrieber Emmett Shelley rt , . -aa TV' Debra Slone Richard Smith James Sneed Joanie Spence Donna Spiker Elizabeth Stiffler L5 ' , 'Ja' A "c K' t ra Q Mm? QF' 'S is E 5. ' -vi , 3 If NN Q. ixi. X x,,. ' wx , it Mark Thies ,Q fi h f - Henry Thompson 91" it-ji V' 3 ,v 2 A S 5. Kent Tieffel 0' x f 1 Qs Ray Toland K J J J ' Q Nancy Trefzer 'V 3' S. , T f ' is Q I Madonna Tucker fi T' ? ,4f1 73 W , 'I Sandra Wakefield Tom Walls John Walls Vicki Walls Gale Warner John Webb '-40 we ,, , ,,,f if , Dennis Willemborg Pam Willenborg Rusty Winchester Alan Wood John Wright 74 4 Freshmen f , 3 ,. A" N 'I .VA if- i W In ' 1' , i I ' gtk" ffl' y .,-,n.!..z,, v .y,, 1 "' ' 2' 4-i ' ' h,,,. at M 1- - r.., . 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I ' A sits !""'7""f W A X :f fl 8 . R rs gg!! 7 f sy! 76 L s I ,. it ROW I: John Monnet, Terry Croft, John Klosterrnan, Al Reed, Dave Mills, ROW II: Crain Williams, Gary Brummer, Lenny Lane, Garret Wagner, Mike Fruchtl ROW III: Larry Lane, Mike Chandlee, Mark Davis, Bob Reardon, Don Waymoth ROW IV: Gale Lister, Steve Klosterman, Dean Lewis, Roger Arnold, Don Langley ROW V: Chuck Freeman VA RSIT Y COMPILES HEARTS - 20 Newton - 6 HEARTS - 34 Hillsboro - 12 HEARTS - 20 Shelbyville - 6 HEARTS - 20 Vandalia - '7 05 kk ,,t, ootball All 4. ...Q i , sb ,, ,gf Q . .. ,, 5. . ,. -1 . 5. so 5 E A , J' . ' M Q W- 1 , S. . Dave Devall, Kelly Tucker, Ron Goodwin, Mike Askew, Joe Webb Ken Koenig, Don Hixon, Marc Smith, John Anderson, John Boggs Bill Collins Fred Wear, Jim Shobe, Phil Breeding, Tom Rickleman Lon Waymoth, Tom Reardon, Charley Baker, George Meyers, Delbe Steve Austin, Jim Phillips HEARTS HEARTS HEARTS HEARTS 14 2 2 7 - 1 RECORD Taylorville - 13 Litchfield - 6 Pana - 20 Greenville - O s Y .s , sl sf rt Morgan 3 i 'ss -,r,, nits V114 KICK-OFF UNIT Breeding, Waymoth, Lane, Davis, Phillips, Morgan, Tucker, Croft, Austin, Lane, Williams OFFENSIVE UNIT Koenig, Croft, Goodwin, Baker, Monnet, Mills, Brummer Morgan, Phil lips, Klosterman, Waympth, Reardon DEFENSIVE UNIT Williams, Austin, Reed, Askew, Mills, Baker, Brummer, Morgan Phillips, Koenig, Croft RESERVE UNIT Boggs, Hixon, Langley, Smith, Meyers, Rickleman, Chandlee Wear, Devall Collins Arnold, Waymoth, Lewis fmgfkwg From left to right COA CH JONES COACH CREMER COACH KLOSTERMAN COACH FUELLE COACH BALL HEARTS in Action Halftime Warm Ups "Red" honks on Lon is movin' on m -' 'F 1. I A , '- ?sw,wiv,, ' f ' H, W H .. -X,-Q' ..- L ' I wkfffvv N322 -:X" - xv. A . A. X f., ', , . K ,1mgT,,. 5 Aga! LQ . fxlwf ,, Vi M 'K :NT . C TTT-W'f '7P"'fQ. lx is fl ,f,,q,fg-H' . f-4 , v' ,.,+.QiL:.. Team effort 3 i N John Klosterman and A1 Reed Co-Captains '66 Award: imma Delbert "Red" Morgan Most Valuable Crain Williams Chinese Bandit Bunch of Hams Banquet i f C. rf John Klosterman Sportsmanship Award lm' Jim Phillips, John Monett "-'D Delbert Morgan Co-Captains '65 ? , I af' Coach Klosterman Outstanding Coach from Country Life Insurance Co. Clyde Biggers the speaker "' o ....-..-..f.---w- 8I ROW-I D. Cunningham, D. Kreke, S. Bahrns, IWebb, T. Miller, R. Winchester, M. McClure, B. Schmidt, Sophomores HEARTS-25 vs. Toppers - 6 HEARTS - 38 vs. Rams - 15 HEARTS - 28 vs. Vandals - 19 HEARTS - 32 vs. Tornadoes - 7 HEARTS - 6 VS. Litchfield -20 HEARTS - 41 VS. Panthers - 0 HEARTS - 26 vs. Comets - 12 ROW I- W. Klosterman, D. Langley, R. Arnold, B. Metzelaars, B. Jennings, R. Dykstra, ROW II - O. Wilhelms, B. Kagay, J. Wear, D. Samuels, R. Dilworth ROW III - G. Lister, C. Latig, D. Wolfe, G. Nelson, D. Sigafus, ROW -IV - D. Lewis, G. Meyers, C. Woodard, Mgrs. C. Freeman, G Bell Freshmen HEARTS - 6 vs. Vandalia - HEARTS - 0 vs. Shelbyville - HEARTS - 32 vs. Pana - 27 HEARTS - 20 vs. Newton - ROW ROW ROW- ROW- 82 -II: Coach Fuelle, R. Smith, F. Anderson, M. Thies, J, Stortzum, S. Grobengezer, R. Baker, K, Nuxoll, III: D. Lauderback, D. Niccum, B, White, M. Carr, J. Chisler, J. Shull, IV: J. Crider, D. Wright D. Jewel, J. Reuther, D. White, T. Cox, D. Michels, V: M. McDanie1s, D. Philips Cross Country Forrest Holland and B111 Le May prepare for another meet. SCORES . 45 Cumberland , 47 Mattoon . 57 Altamont . 59 Mattoon 87 St. Anthony 28 Altamont . 116 Flora At Cumberland Inv in 'r ...fjrf "Running really is hard work, " Bill Le May. Jerry Nelson leads the pack. Cross Country .Mal x ' v A", - Nl! Ilya Mn Get ready, get set, .... Effingham runners from left to right are Steve Lister, Forrest Holland, Mike Wakefield, Bill Le May, and Jerry Nelson. What is cross country? Few students know the answer to this question. In short, cross country is a running sport in the fall of the year. It is different from track in that the course is across the country, not on an oval track, Runners usually jog between 1.8 or 2.0 miles over hills, through fields, and on roads, Most of our home meets are scheduled in and through the community park. This year's team consisted of Jerry Nelson, Steve Lister, Forrest Holland, Bill Lemay, Mike Wakefield, Larry Listilla, Dave Ring, Phillip Davidson. 84 I Jerry Nelson gets in shape, Nelson moves ahead of his opponent to rake in another victory. G5 fd' Ly ug Mid- tate C0-Champs I f ii ROW I: Jerry Nelson, John Horton, Delbert Morgan, Bob Stanley, Roger Arnold ROW II: Steve Klosterman, Ken Koenig, Crain Williams, Dave Ring, George Meyers ROW III: Gary Brummer, Forrest Holland, Pat Fitzsimmons, Stanley Powless John Klosterman, Gail Lister if , ,1 ,1 Y ,,,, ,N , an ,, STANDING Coach Marshall Coach Ball Coach Fuelle KNEELING Coach Dieterding HEARTS HEARTS HEARTS HEARTS HEARTS HEARTS HEARTS HEARTS HEARTS HEARTS HEARTS HEARTS HEARTS HEARTS HEARTS HEARTS HEARTS HEARTS HEARTS HEARTS HEARTS HEARTS HEARTS 86 A Winning Season 59 vs Newton 86 vs Litchfield 51 vs Greenville 68 vs Shelbyville 55 vs Vandalia 66 71 40 41 37 First Effingham Holiday Tournament HEARTS - '71 vs Bridgeport - 54 HEARTS - 63 vs Dietrich HEARTS - 58 vs Newton 67 vs Cumberland 46 vs Pana 55 vs Taylorville 70 vs Altamont 76 vs Hillsboro 47 48 Consolation Bracket Champions Salem Invitational Tournament HEARTS - 66 vs HEARTS - 80 vs HEARTS - 80 vs 67 vs Litchfield 75 vs Vandalia 65 vs Greenville 93 vs Shelbyville 55 vs T-Town 61 vs Taylorville 64 vs Pana 89 vs Hillsboro 79 vs Farina-Lagrove 56 vs Cisne 46 vs Clay City Mt. Vernon - 72 Greenville - 63 Olney - 60 -55 -51 tatis tics - Records Most points in one game Most points in one season Most points in career Most offensive rebounds in one game Most defensive rebounds in one game Most offensive rebounds in one season Most rebounds in one season Most offensive rebounds in career Most defensive rebounds in career Most rebounds in career Most assists in one game Most assists in one season Most assists in career Best field goal '70 for season Best field goal Uk for career Best free throw '70 for season Best free throw UIC for career Best team record Most games won Highest finish in conference 46 649 1700 20 17 298 501 524 656 1180 12 162 286 59.3 49.8 77. 5 72. 8 22-5 25 Pat Fitzsimmons Pat Fitzsimmons Pat Fitzsimmons Jerry Foreman Pat Fitzsimmons Pat Fitzsimmons Pat Fitzsimmons Pat Fitzsimmons Pat Fitzsimmons Pat Fitzsimmons Tony Starkey John Klosterman Pete Bradham Pat Fitzsimmons Pat Fitzsimmons Tony Starkey Tony Starkey Tie off first Freshman quad ROW I Ken Nuxholl Rusty Winchester, Mike Carr ROW II B111 Schmitz Jim Stortzum, Danny Cun- ningham Tom Miller, David Michels ROW III Mike McDaniels, John Webb, Phil David- son Tom Cox Danny Lauderback, Allen Woods HEARTS HEARTS- HEARTS HEARTS HEARTS HEARTS HEARTS HEARTS HEARTS HEARTS HEARTS HEARTS HEARTS HEARTS HEARTS Cumberland Newton- - - Flora ---- Greenville - T-Town - - Greenville - T-Town - - Flora ---- Newton - - Cumberland Vandalia - - Pana ---- Clay City - Vandalia - - Shelbyville HEARTS-54 Shelbyville - - - Second U ndefeated Year Congratulations J. V Newton Litchfield Greenville Shelbyville Vandalia Cumberland Pana Taylorville Altamont Hillsboro Litchfield Vandalia Greenville E, H, S, 77 Shelbyville 47 E, H, S, 68 Teutopolis 42 E, H, S, 71 Taylorville 54 E, H, S, 54 Pana 39 E, H, S, 67 Hillsboro 57 The pictures of the junior varsity squad are with the varsity. Crain gets the tip. Where 'd that come from? '?? Leaping Beauty 7 Must be a new dance, Seems to be a disa- greement here, xg., if f-2 AWS! Fee, nw , , gg I Q Two points for Fitz No one'11 get it from Crain Wait John! He's on your side. What form! Watch out! Fm coming down. Four boys won the highest honors at the banquet. Two sophomores, F. Holland and G. Meyers, won the scholastic award to- gether with a 3. 17 average. J. Klosterman was named the captain of next year's team, Our 6'6 all stater, Pat Fitzsimmons, walked away with three awards. He was named most valuable player of the seasong he won the free throw awardg he was awarded the Mr. Basketball trophy for the third straight year. Cage Teams Honored Ls Everyone enjoyed the banquet, LETTER WINNERS SENIORS: P. Fitzsimmons, G. Brummer, C. Williams, D. Morgan, K. Koenig. JUNIORS: J. Klosterman, I. Nelson SOPHOMORES: R, Arnold, S. Klosterrnan, F. Holland, D. Ring, G. Lister, G. Meyers. G. Brummer receives his letter. 90 Fitz, Klosterman, Meyers, and Holland hold the holiday trophy. At Awards Banquet The speaker, Frank Truitt, is coach at Louisiana State. LETTER WINNERS MANAGERS: M. Askew, R. Goodwin, D. Davenport, B. Clark. TRAINER: G. Thies. STATISTICIAN: S. Devore. CHEERLEADERS: L. Percival, D. Manuel, S. Bloemer, P. Ooton, J. Percival. D. Shaw. 3 , The evening's program was divided between six different in- dividuals. Coach Ball introduced the freshman team. Coach Fuelle presented the unbeaten sophomores and junior varsity teams, Mrs. Freese gave the cheerleaders their letters. Coach Deterding handed out the varsity letters, The prin- cipal speaker was the head basket- ball coach at L, S.U. - Frank Truitt. Gene Niccum was the master of ceremonies for the event. This year's captain presented the cooks a plant on behalf of the team. R. Arnold gets his varsity letter for this season. 4. 9l This year, for the first time, gym- nastics classes were organized. There were two classesg one for girls one for boys. The girls worked on balance beams and the vaulting box, The girls also performed tumbling stunts, During the half-time of a varsity basketball game and during the variety show, the girls presented a program, displaying their accomplishments. I omething New ROW 1: N. Brrom, J, Percival, L. Gaddey, L. Percival P. Wente, M. Shaw, V. Pulliam, L. Chandlee, P. Wenthe ROW 2: K. Bloemker, B. Spence, J. Banning, S. Downs, D. Crawford, M. Carpenter, K. Meyers, J. Miller ROW 3: C BALANCES M. Shaw and P. Wente execute perfect form on the vaulting box 92 STUNTS PERFORMED ON THE VAU LTING BOX F I . .stt R sts. tusttt .,,,. it ,,... ,,,,, P ,rs ' it .... .,,..., is stsf P 3 t W siss et... .,,.,. vsryt ,,... n if ssstt ntt.. - ....,. N n R i"' ,,,.,.,-s r"N"--N ,. - ,, ..,,,,, sax .gg ,.., , .. ,. . . . ,,.,. ,,.,fQ-W, - - itt.. ....,,... ., ,, , ,.,. . . P, '.,. i P. Wenthe on the balance beam E. H. S. - mnastics ' One of the most outstanding and un- usual entertaining events ofthe com- munity this year was the gymnastic classes, They appeared at P. T.A. meetings, variety shows, basketball games, and school programs. The boys developed routines in three main areas - parallel bars, tumbling and balances, and still rings. Gym- nastics helps the boys to develop their muscles and coordinate their bodies. W. Bowman, J. Cox, B. Newton, C. Shelley, F, Wines, M. Meitzer. ROW 3: M. Hatfield, M. Meitzer, G. Wagner, R, Koester, B, Krueger, K. Newburn, absent: E Tl F, W' f th ' th M. Meitzer displays perfect form as he mu rliiess Per orms e Hon Cross on e walks on his hands. g ' i ' V' 2. 3 Q , . .a .., Mc Whorter on the A variety of balances C, Shelley on the still rings. parallel bars. 93 ff' Track Team Finishes Two E, H, S, runners, Shouse and Reardon, battle for first. At the sound of the gun, Phi1NBreeding fsecond from rightj moves our, 94 Hillsboro 67 1X2 Newton 7 6 Greenville 61 1 X2 Vandalia 68 Cumberland 61 he re there here there there Tracl 41 1X2 42 56 1X2 60 57 Williams is about to break the string. An0 T Schedule Shelbyville 53 112 there 64 1X2 County here 66 Conference Taylorville District Mattoon Effingham Relays here State Meet Champaign Dave Mills heaves the discus. I Fitz proves that long legs help to clear the hurdles. Record breaking discus thrower John Klosterman throws the discus. 95 X pringtime Mean: mar' .qui 3.5 nw: 2 'mffre' 17 LZ 'WSJ' W, Kelly Newburn is about to clear Qff Track really is relaxing' the bar- XJ! if you find the right spot V? to relax. I 7' N r A L Q mm .W ' r-In 'WN Q It's up and over the bar. It'g a bird. 195 a plane. No it's Greg Conrad broad jumping. Track Time 100 yard dash 180 yard low hurdle 120 yard high hurdle mile 880 440 220 880 relay mile relay high jump broad jump pole vault shot discus Records in Official Meets Track Records 1954-1966 Varsity Ed Webb Craig Wise Pat Fitzsommons Vernon Babbs Ed Ruffner Tom Edwards Larry Beyers Ed Webb 10:2 21:1 15:6 4:45:20 1:59:6 53:3 22:4 Wise, Foreman, Webb, McClure 1:34:75 Edwards, Byers, Cooley McClure 3:35:6 Bob Monnet Bill Morgan Tom Tilley I ack Owens John Klosterman 5'l0 21'4 1f2" 12'6" 465 1f2" 149' Terry Croft heaves the shot, Dave Devall prepares to throw the shot. Q34 o D I 1 i in Hearts on the Dzamond Schedule Greenville Greenville Vandalia Shelbyville Stew-Stras Pana Taylorville Taylorville Shelbyville Mattoon " District games Morgan Arnold Horton Lystilla. if UH IU SQ CH QQ 3 A .3 Wi- 'mann Hearts on the Owfeld D. Shouse, J. Phillips, G. Meyers, K. Utz, J. Nel- son, T. Miller. CH 'id I J.. Hearts on the Injqeld D. Kraig, J. Webb, R. Arnold, D, Morgan, J, Horton, J. Klosterman. a Rl QQ J f R 4 'lv Shouse slides into second to make it safe. Baseball Team, in Action KID: 1 X , win an S113 The managers, Lenny Lane, Dale Davenport, and Larry Lane, helped the team a great deal, to ,ia s ,lt ,,s.,. uns ,yu ws v ' 1 ' iglis. .ay at vs ff- 3 53" t l iz Dave catches a fly as George stands Arnold gets ready close by to help. to swing. A cap, a glove, a bat, a base- "Strike one," hollers Ron Goodwin as George Meyers, an outfielder, ball, and a person: that makes Terry Croft swings the bat. catches the ball. a ballplayer. I00 GUM ' "' A H , M no rtrthh nu ' 1-fi g 'Wiki' ROW 1: Jeffrey Niccum, Butch Harris, Greg Conrad, John Scherer, Dennis Ewald ROW 2: Jim Wilhelm, Chuck Woodard, Greg Thies, Mark Sargent, Terry Bosley ROW 3: Gary Bosley, Mike McClure, Doug Phillips, Mark Thies. I -' I Ui ' .af 72: Some of the better players practice their swing. Coach Cremer tries his best to help them improve. GOV The dirt flies as the unhit ball remains still, ev AK 5 .gi g , Q i s . QQ ' . ' X Qu-.lb x it G l02 How about golf? ,- X ' 22 '-YJ. X if 1 nf k .,--I , s . pf fg? ' f M-"W -vw., ivvgb- Conrad takes a mighty swing w heal, yl'.,' 1,0 , 1, It , Q :lib I ii Q Kgs u N Q 40' 5 , 4 xl Jtyfi yt. g 7 iq ff J tn 8. 'Z " qi, S, , W , I' I A Y lg ylfg' :PW .g 3. K,1' j',g?Hbi Igef Q, tj. 1 1 '6- ! .. f,.,., Q H-- 54? M , Wx. . , J A u A if in .l 'ra Aa I. W. ,. -xx 1 t 1 I .. rl ,Ura ,t iz ' l' l ,Q-. we -Q ,fe 2,5 V .., , 4 L infix Xb' My 5 p 7 nl 4 3 'Q 6' W' 'I 'Wallin' 1-9 V, ,K 6, Q, My e ew 'l ' E-1 ' l .-1 Sf fi:'7?"' V fa. Q in 3' t ff W aljfgteeet 'f ff b .N t ,Q I kV,f Rug? 4 4 Wo . 'Z w LX' -1 e ,gg -.e X lg ' tt 55 f E t 0 0 t 0 W ' af 4 Q Wfhe Unitcrl States themselves are essentially the gfreatest poem . . f' Walt Whitman it it Q -. Homecoming Court I04 Linda Percival Kay VanA1st Maria Lehtonen Sandy Winters Jane Sipes Clara VanA1st Pat Fitzsimmons Mike Loy Greg Thies Tom Britton John Monnet Mike Fructle I , QQ J- It 'P is Gln. ,xx rug- I ' f I ,9- Miss Marja Lehtonen, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Lauri Lehtonen, Helsinki, Finland, became the first A.F. S. stu- dent to reign as Homecoming Queen at E.H.S, Marja, a junior, is taking American literature, art, English, and American history. During the year, Marja spent the first semester with Mr. and Mrs. Voyles, and resided with Reverend and Mrs, Beebe the second semester. Marja stated that she greatly enjoyed everything connected with her stay here. MISS MARJA RITTA LEHTONEN Dressed in her native out- fit, Marja is presented to the E, H, S. students. P SN, , 'Y Y- K - , ,, -, Q i 1' 'wif 3, if , K 1 .s F .gb ,Q fi! c,,t -' L Our Queen in the Marja and her escort Greg Homecoming Parade. Thies at the Homecoming Dance. I05 'E W Homecoming Weekend October 1 - Homecoming is perhaps the most exciting, hardest worked for, and most enjoyable activity of the school year. Friday afternoon, marching bands, decorated cars, and colorful floats modeled after the theme of Alice in Wonderland began our festivities. Friday night our foot- ball team, backed by yelling cheerleaders and a huge student body, provided a glorious 34 to 12 victory over Hillsboro. Saturday evening the weekend was highlighted by the annual Homecoming Dance, this year based on the theme Alice in Wonderland. To all those who gave their time and effort in the long weeks of preparation go the greatest rewards - a most wonderful 1965 Homecoming. 'FQ a lv 13,1 v '16 gui, r s, lgfggxli. ' ' Nc . R K ,f-.M fr mx 'N The Seniors again won first place in the class division. s 3' 1 My . 5 imma, l' -mrrsaqw' me 4 1 'f r mga ww .i l ,4 , vm. F, F. A. won first honors in the club division. The second place in the class divi- sion went to the sophomore class. I07 WN mg 'NY' 'Wifi iwfv'-X 'zR.,"5-7 -vs 'I Christmas Clif E. H. S. ?fi?iiS5iQH PA XNWVWVWOQUC Mr. Dietrich's Christmas gift? The Student Council Christmas Tree. i The Kaydetts perform to "Frosty The Snowman." Don Hixon, Arvil Bass, and Willis Inman sing "We Three Kings" for the student body IO9 Enchanting H olida Season A red and white ceiling, evergreens draped around the walls, a huge Christmas tree, a winter scene with a horse sleigh, music by the Trademarks, and a buffet in the rotunda: this was the setting as Miss Janet Wilhelms was crowned Holiday Queen, The senior attendants were Charolette Swan- son, Terry Slifer, and Mary JO West, junior attendant, Sue Cable, sophomore, Linda Reardon, freshman, Sandra Wakefield. The retiring queen of last year was Misslvlary Ann Kagay. " 4'5" 'QQ I I0 "W-sum. 3. S, . 3 K 1 . if , s 4? sew' , ,xiii 'T ,- ' Q- , , 'TW uf , ,,i' ,, ' fQ" N .rw 'gy . ,, 7 '91 Www' kms- 513' : it yup- 1 I alum , W., ... ,. 4' W , 5 , , ,M- .1 ' " " K ' ' s he at T r t t . 7 W . ,,1,ts,, ai 06 I K Ha 5 if nf A Q - 1. ff K rg W, as , ,W A B QV, i ,, .-. 1, .7 5: A 1, V V ,Ax 5 'X as N A , I As' ' A -., Y fm, r ., , , s . it .T i is i, f T 'a N' Y ,sk ,faire f E 5 "' gf' i 1 T L 5 5 51 nuff a is ' I Q as ' Q :V Pd if ff M "' M ' A 11 . . and often it becomes necessary to study. . . . ,J-nw Basketball ,Nl V . x X IQ RM x 1 x ' 5' x,' Moments The Regional referee Lilley hu. iw if ., Y Before Regional The Kayclettes at half time The cheerleaders ., VS "' This was the sophomores first dance - still, Paradise Island was captivating. The sights and sounds of twilight on a Pacific Is- land filled the EHS gym. It was here, amid these surroundings, that the 1966 Sweet- heart attendants were presented: Senior, Donna Yeakleg Junior, Heidi Anderson: Sophomore, Margie Beyer. Yi Donna Yeakle Margie Beyer Heidi Anderson escorts Ron Goodwin Don Langley Tom Apke Mr, Neet - the Pro I I3 Greg Thies and Elaine Hays were hosts for the program. iy a- eeeee eeaa tr s .N ,, k......,l"...,..,,,,...,,.,,....,,,,s,.,... ,, 'fx '-'---'-Z-"""""' Members of the girls gymnastics team dis- played their skill. Here Cathy Voyles per- forms while Cathy Bloemker watches. Junior Clas One of the many funny skits was when Dave Devall and Reed Teamed up. -as fx' 7' A1 fa 5 1 s 'A . dn'- Il Q X I ww , as -sf A' fX W . ' 'xx F Lf Nq, I-of i Q e ' I if Jr 3' Variety Show fi,lif"f" '11-A A new combo at E. H. S. provided Miss Styer stole the the music for the Hullabaloo skit. Show when She Showed the girls how to twist. 3 l A1 Reed put on a show when he danced to the tune of the stripper! .1 It's all right- they're engaged. Teddy prepares to go to Panama. Abby Brewster - - Martha Brewster - Mortimer Brewster Teddy Brewster - - - Elaine Harper - - Jonathan Brewster Dr, Einstein - - - Officer O'Hara - - Lieutenant Rooney Officer Brophy - - Officer Klein - - Rev. Harper - - - Mr. Witherspoon - - Mr, Gibbs ---- Directors - - 'M f f r. - r. Play - - - - Pam Sowers - - - - Sue Loy - - Marc Smith - Steve Geible - - Susan Eubank - - Dave Mills - - - Mike Lilley - - Mike Loy - - Bob Newton - - Sam Devore - Kelly Tucker - - Don Steely - - Bob Griffin - - J. C. Marshall - - Miss Neal Mrs. Jones Jennifer Hastings Mary Jo West 'A ' ' :fu is The story begins. Lf' 4 4 "'t"ili",!'5W' Mortimer learns of his aunt's charity of poisoning Mr. Gibbs nearly becomes another victim, old men, II6 6 if was ' A a l 4 X in s 31 u Jonathan and Dr. Einstein arrive. T , sf. , , K . if N ff eq- -Q, W They plan revenge Tedd finds an- against Mortimer. Y other Yellow Fever victim. gmc ss X f - rl. 'T-vii finals- Mortimer awaits his ominous fate, 'fs :ii Jonathan is caught. l I Officer O'Hara tells about his play. va Mr. Witherspoon will make number 13. II7 Scenes Behind the fr.-Sr. Pla before the play aff?-fl during play practice'7'7'? ,,r uk S . 1 after the play if W ere You There? 1 LUVg MANKUV we e e fifslfi Y, W ww- - --.:-. ff:-: .V ,.,. ,,.. h , . S! The Band . 1 .x 1 .L-H E! Trip August 7 - 14 EFF E We started here on August '7 . . . I20 . . . played here at the Wor1d's Fair on August 10 .... rw - Y Nrfmxwlg EL Hex fn. Q B . . . and saw these places at the Wor1d's Fair New York, and Washington D. C. 3 ga Marja Lehtonert E.H.S. Finnish Sweetheart Marja With the Voylef I -C thy Vyl, hy,MJ, d Vyl 2 fm .-,. S QQQF Qxmaaxia, MXQK I 655 6 xv If , Q 7W?Qi GXQiSQ?9 SQMSGDE, wwf , fi2xff Ni" LYS? i ' Bbw Qfiifmf yas? iiffi E?i5r. " 1 MfQQT av?ivisv it SGW Torx! I fxs wivxaant Sxririxi, in firi that 1 csuli ACE? 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Ml". -Cap f:,.t:.W 5 1 A Tl Q Q Huge mushrooms, colorful tulips, and towering grass surrounded the seniors at their last dance, They reminisced the past as the class will was read, and they looked into the future as the prophecy predicted. The traditional burying of the hatchet by the class presidents symbolized the friendship be- tween the two classes. Music was by Ted Black and his band, and there was a buffet in the rotunda. The couples danced, talked, remembered, and The buffet, created a wonderful memory for the future, The burying of the hatchet. The reading of the class will. After the Prom, the festivities continued with a show at the thea- ter - ."Charade". Busses then trans- ported the couples to the Elks where the Artistics provided the music for a dance. And afterwards ........ l' ef? L 9 " ff' if 4, e e t W A X i ,f ' J' Fil - - r"' , -,,. . r ' , i 5 r,,A Z 4 .fi Q b M N Z 2 S s l ' , H' I s 4 The Signet Staff gave Mr. Neet a huge purple turtle, Awards Da Mr. Neet and Murtle Danny Gillispee receives the Latin award. Mr. Fuelle gives the Baseball awards. Mr. Black presents the Band awards. qv ff N 2 ' ,Q-v-fi A, Q Q. 1, M 'NW-,ix wh., ,K xy The Class of 1966 Rev. Richard K. Shaw gave the sermon and The Vocaliares sang at Baccalaureate and Rev. Alvin D. Sigafus gave the invocation Graduation at Baccalaureate The seniors begin to gather before Graduation. 'EEN' ga. If f ""--. F-vu.- I Y I-'- wr "5 77? ' V 7' The seniors enter as the band plays the proces- sional. -'S The final meeting before the big moment. The graduating Class of 1966 was the largest to graduate from Effingham High School, having 178 members. It had one of the highest scholastic rec- . ords of the graduating classes. ninall racluates L ,ia ,,,, The Graduates stand in line waiting their turn as the rest "Did you get a real one?" some of of class marches in. the boys seem to be asking each other. For the first year the outstanding E, H, S, band played the Sue Eubank was Valedictorian and Don Steely marches for the graduates. and Jack Conour shared the second spot, CLASS FLOWER: Mum CLASS COLORS: Burgundy and White CLASS MOTTO: Every man's life lies within the present, for the past is spent and done with and the Future is uncertain. no Seniors Bequeath to the Class of 1967 WANDA BABBS wills her ability to get to class on time to Brenda Pagel, and her ability to ride a motorcycle to Jo Ella Arnold. JACKIE BANNING wills the Steno II girls of 1967 Mrs. Lake's colds so that Mrs. Lake will be without students to teach, CHERYL BARTON wills her ability to have an hour long lunch and get away with it to anyone who needs it, SANDY BLOEMKER wills the guy across the street to Debby Shaw. MARY BLOM and SANDY WINTERS will the ability to get paint on everything to the poor soul who must do the future backdrops. KAREN BREWER wills her used-up gold typewriter eraser and daisy dress to Donetta Heathcoat, GARY BRUMMER wills his good looks, intellect, athletic ability, bubbling personality, and lack of conceit to John Boggs. RANDY BRUNET wills his height and basketball ability to Forrest Holland. CAROL CHAMBERLAIN wills her ability to finish school to Becky Evans. GREG CONRAD gives his superior golf ability to Mort Harris and Greg Thies. MIKE COOPER wills to any junior boy the knack of calling Coach Deterding "Uncle Don" and getting 25 push-ups. SAM DEVORE has decided to will Row 1, seat 1, room 110 to Carrol Starkey. SUSAN EUBANK wills her P, E, tennis shoes to Susan Christensen. GERALD FAGAN wills his great' salesmanship to his sister, Karen. STEVE GEIBEL wills one slightly used Teddy Roosevelt mustache to whomever has the nerve to claim it. BOB GRIFFIN wills his bad attitude in all his classes to Greg Thies. TONYA GOEN wills the right to go see Happy anytime to Kenny Gilbert, THE GROUP wills the memories of the past year to Pam Wenthe and Sue Loy. RANDY HAKMAN wills his tight blue pants and faded bunny shirt to the girl who liked them so much, Donetta Heathcoat, JENNIFER HASTINGS wills to Dianne Baker the many hours spent trying to convince Mr. Voyles and Mr, Green that they too make mistakes. JOHN HARTLEROAD wills the ability to be completely confused in symbolic logic to Dale Davenport, LINDA HAYES wills her ability to lose car keys and get people stuck in her driveway to her sister. CHERYL HENDERSON wills her band seat and talent for playing the flute to Marsha Gillespie. JUDY HEUERMAN wills her ability to skip out of P, E, early to any junior who will be in Mrs. Krueger's P, E, class. PAM JAYCOX and CANDACE MOELLER will the Hub to Cathy Hosey. THE KAYDETTS will their ability to ad lib in dance routines to MaryLynn Chandlee and Karen Fagan. LARRY LANE wills his good time at the senior party to Dale Davenport. LENNY LANE wills his ability to diagnose football plays to any future benchwarming senior, PAM LEITH wills her ability to find bears and wolves to Karen Fagan. SHARON LETURNO wills her right to go to Shelbyville to Kenny Gilbert. GLENN LEWIS wills his section leadership to Richard Wenthe. MIKE LILLEY wills his parking place at the Hi-Boy, locker 56, spotless reputation, and right to give the teachers a hard time to Alan Reed. J, C, MARSHALL wills Marc Smith nothing - Marc will appreciate just that. SHARON MASON wills her P, E, shoes to Janice Miller, PAT McWHORTER wills his wisdom and blond hair to Maury Metzner. LINDA VAN METER wills her wonderful time in D, E, to any junior who takes it. PATRICH MICHAEL wills his seat in physics so that one could watch the P, E, softball games to any junior who is sportsminded. DELBERT MORGAN wills Mr. Richard's symbolic logic problems and his methods of working them to any junior who plans to take rhetoric, LYNN MOODY wills her right to be lazy and to goof off in the library to Vicki Pulliam. BOB NEWTON wills his ability to stay away from the opposite sex to Debby Shaw. DONNA NIPPE wills her hour and a half lunches to Alan Reed. JOHN OSMAN wills his rejected daily reports in rhetoric and his unwashed P, E, shorts to Marc Smith. GWEN PAYNE wills to any junior who will work hard her place on Signet staff as Classes Editor MYRA ANN PERCIVAL wills the translated stories of Latin II and the entertainment of the E, H, S, band to Debby Hayes. VICKI PHILLIPS wills her membership in D, E, class to Dee Phillips. DEBBY RICHESON wills all the fun she had at parties during her senior year to Al Reed. JUDY RICKETTS wills a seat on Mr. Martins bus to Betty Jean Clough. DEBORAH ROBERTSON wills her thought about Mr. Conrad's sentence structures to Diana Ash. ROGER SECHREST wills all the P, E, towels that he borrowed but never returned to Larry Buhrman, LYDIA SIGAFUS wills her vast symbolic logic to Brenda Van Dyke and hopes that she understands it as well as she did. TERRY SLIFER wills her "E" on her first transcript notebook to Kathy Lidy. RUTH SOLTWEDEL and DON STUCKEY will their lack of ability to get money for the Signet from Mr, Dietrich to next year's editors. BILL STARR wills his moldy moldy trombone mute to Dale Davenport, DON STEELY wills his third hour goof-off period in the Student Council office to Pam Arney. JOHN TOLCH wills his holey tennis shoes to Bob Miller. KELLY TUCKER wills Bertrum Richards to all the juniors taking rhetoric, MARY JO WEST wills the characters of "Arsenic and Old Lace, her directing ability, and lack of acting ability to Pam Sowers and Susan K. Loy. RONNIE WEST wills all his troubles with Dinx over girl watching to Jerry Nelson. CRAIN WILLIAMS wills his good feelings with Coach Deterding to Steve Klosterman and Gale Lister, DONNA YEAKEL wills her ability to overhaul a typewriter and piece it back together to anyone with lots of scoth tape. SHIRLEY ZIGLER wills her ability to get out of P, E, to create some smoke to Becky Evans. MR, VOYLES wills the reputation of the class of 66. lass Prophecy Jane Sipes Sunset Boulevard Hollywood, California May 14, 1986 Dear Janet, I have just returned to California from a visit to our hometown, Effingham, Illinois. It is surprising how much I learned about our high school graduating class of '66, Who do you think I met and talked to in the beauty shop? Carol Chamberlain Kinkelaar who is living in St. Louis with Danny and their 10 blonde headed brats. She informed me of the drastic changes in the faculty at E, H, S, Bob Weaver is the new agriculture teacherg Jackie Banning is the head gymnastics in- structorg Greg Conrad is the golf coachg Ron Goodwin is taking up where coach Gil Jones left offg Susan Sutton is the typing teacher, Myra Percival has a special poetry courseg and Bob Tieffel and Richard Ei- dent are the D, E, and D, O, instructors. The most enjoyable class is that of Professor Owen Williams which is Pre-College Sex. The Effingham Junior College has hired Linda Nelson as the head P, E, in- structor, Perry Colclasure as a math instructor, and Joe Carr as the brilliant physics teacher, While sitting under the hair dryer, I began reading the magazine, I was shocked to read that Sam Devore and Jennifer Hastings have bought all the Arthur and Kathryn Murray Dance Studios. Next month, Sandy Bloemker is beginning her debut in the broadway play, The Boys 84 I. Three whole pages were devoted to Knob Rentfrow modeling clothes for tall girls. The last page was a huge picture of Noel Potts winning the National Surfer's Championship. Ruth Soltwedel, professor of agriculture at the U. of I. , just walked in with the news that Johnson's funeral home, owned by Judy, has finally sold out to David Mills' funeral home. Tex and Kay Loy have been made managers of the Shell Oil Company. Glenn Lewis, who plays his hot trumpet at the Crystal Bar, has just cut a record "I'M IN LOVE WITH BRENDA, " He predicts it to be a best seller. Upon leaving the beauty shop, I turned in on N-E-E-T, the radio news program conducted by Mike Cooper, Gerald Fagan's recently constructed supermarket, the Big F, is opening in one week. Bob Beck- ler, Glen Campbell, and John Althoff, tri-owners of the Oasis were forced to close down their business for serving minors. A local resident, Terry Croft, has just been named Mr. Universe. Tonya Goen Bergfeld is obtaining ownership of an egg farm. Judy Heuerman and Barb Steele have completed their book How to Make a Good Conversation. Mary Blom and Sandy Winter have finally finished painting the ceiling of the world's largest discotheque on Bourbon Street in New Orleans. Pam Jennings was just elected the first woman mayor of Heartville, While shopping in Fig Star, owned by Bobby Newton and managed by Mike Meitzner, I ran into our good friend Debbie Manuel who just returned from her honeymoon on Spencer's Mountain. Again, I discovered more information about our former classmates. Wanda Babbs, due to financial conditions is driving a 1936 Ford rather than her 1986 Cadillac, Sandy Triplett and Roger Sechrest traveled to France where they have replaced Margot and Jacques Farre in the French films, Joanne Bushue Byers is the Vice President of Byers' Accounting Firm, Carol Bahrns Hoeffliger lives on a farm with Roger. Terry Ashley has opened a Marshall Fields store with Debby Robertson and Karen Brewer as head clerks. Barbara and Charles Nelson have a prosperous, little business with Stevens' Antenna, Before leaving Fig Star, I noticed a new cake on the shelf discovered by Ruth Meyers, Linda Wendt, Marilyn Utz, and Vicki Holl- man, in the test kitchens of Betty Flop. Were you surprised to hear that Roy Rogers met a girl named Dale Evans and started a new TV series? Dennis Marxmann, Tom Townsend, and Larry Tonn are tri-owners of the largest farm in the State of Illinois. Sharon Leturno Bailey and Vicki Brooks Phillips have joined the WAVES. Judi Rush Miller works for the State Highway Department. Carolyn Hetzel and Gwen Payne have finally opened their fabulous bookstore, the Hetzel-Payne Corner, Audrine Bennet and Lynn Moody hold regular seances with James Parks, Ron Williams, Dave Wilson, John Tolch, and Ron West. They are trying to persuade Tom Tipsword, owner of Tippy's Tavern, to join them. I heard that Mason, Illinois, is a blooming little town. Joe Bushue is the mayor with Vicki Bushue as his secretary. Linda Hays and Patrick Michael own a ioint partnership in their men and women's clothing store with Sharon Mason as the bookkeeper. Judy Pasquele manages the Mason Drive-ln. Rick Welch, owner of Welch's Wine Company, is having a difficult time keeping his product in stock. Dave Landers operates a rifle shop. Steve Kaiser's and Paul Huntington's Edgewood Drag-O Way burned down the other day. This will be disheartening news to Linda Percival Poland who will not be able to drag her "86" Vette. I almost forgot to tell you about the main attraction of Effingham 's night life. The multi-millionaires Tom Britton and Dirk Anderson have converted the court house into a swingin' nightclub, Much of its success goes to J. C. Marshall's and Bill Whitehouse's band, The Bald Five, and to Bill Krueger, who manages the gambling floor. Credit is also due to Tony Matlock, the bouncer. Have you encountered any more of our classmates lately? Write soon and tell me what's going on in the "windy city, " Always, Jane Janet Wilhelms Lakeshore Drive Chicago, Illinois June 1, 1986 Dear Jane , On receiving your letter, I realized how little I have heard from some of my friends back home. Times have certainly changed. I was pleased to hear the accurate account of our classmates you have seen and heard from, I am equally sure that you will enjoy hearing of the ones I have had contact with. The doorbell rang the other dayg When I went to the door, Arvil Bass was standing there. He is a Boy Scout executive selling cookies. While conversing with him, Larry Ford drove by. Did you know that he is competing with A. J. Foyt at the Indianapolis '500? Several of our classmates are now famous. Remember Mike Askew? He lost 120 pounds and since he was unable to play football, he took up tiddeley winks and is now Worldfs Champion. Randy Brunet is a 6'10" all pro center of the Boston Celtics. Janice Beebe and Willis Inman are vocalists in the St. Louis Muni Opera, The TV series, "The Young Marrieds" is becoming more popular here since Mary Jo and Kelly Tucker have replaced Annerose and Steve Geibel. Don Steely's new book How to Become Mature in Ten Easy Lessons has hit the newstands. Linda Brummer has made a new record "LITTLE BRUMMER GIRL." Lenny and Larry Lane are the new stars of the Doublemint commercial. Also, Dannie Connally and Ken James star in the 'Brillcreme commercial--Ken's the one who comes out of the tube. Have you seen the movie, The Group? It is tremendous, I was really amazed to see the lead parts played so well by Candace Moeller, Jean Conour, Roberta Evans, Lydia Sigafus, Cheryl Barton, and Terry Slifer. They all displayed outstanding talent. That reminds meg Jack Conour received his PhD. from Vassar in that new course, twinology. The latest gossip in and around Chicago is the resignation of Pat Fitzsimmons as head coach at Minne- sota, Rumor has him going to Newton, Illinois, And, believe it or not, Bob Griffin was refused residen- cy here due to his attitude. He thinks using an anesthetic is "busy work. " Garret and Susan Wagner opened a school for gifted children--theirs! I talked to Susan only the other day. She visited in Cham- paign and had seen Patsy Soltwedel, Donna Yeakel, Karen Bingman, and Ann Brown. They had all just been promoted to private secretaries for a firm of very successful young businessmen. I received a letter from Charlotte Swanson McManaway. Now that she and Marc are millionaires, due to his great success as a dentist, they're moving to Venezuela. She always wanted to go back. I hope they will be happy. She mentioned that she had seen John Osman and Richard Cutright. John owns John's Chevyland and is Richard's chief competitor. Richard owns Fairlaine Haven. A few of our friends own their own companies here in Chicago. Francis Maxwell owns The Maxwell- house Coffee Company. Mike Mankin has his own art school. Sumie Kurachi is the karate instructor at Bill Rincker's Health Resort. Pam Jaycox Loy manages Loy's Hybrid Corn Farm. Carolyn Painter owns the DuPont Paint Company. Linda Van Meter owns a clothing store, specializing in styles for junior pe- tites. Dwight Higgs and Glenn Higgs own Higgs 85 Higgs Used Cars. Did you, by any chance, see where Debby Richeson McDaniel won the Olympic ice-skating champion- ship? She was always a tremendous skater. I phoned to congratulate her, and she told me that Mike Lilley and Lonnie Waymoth are investigators for the F, B. I. They are in the arson division. Wasn't it great, Bill Starr winning the Nobel Peace Prize? And, I'm so anxious for Gary Brummer's new book to be published, He spent ten years of research on pre-marital sex before he wrote one word, John Monnet, James Scott, and Frank Chisler have formed a new cycle club, They call themselves "The Heavens's Devils." The Chicago Motor Club is now owned by Gary Koester, Mark Fuesting, Larry Patton and Paul Deters. Our new baseball team--The Purple Sox - may have a chance at the pennant this year with Roger Pagel as manager and those outstanding rookies Jim Phillips, Greg Habbe, Ken Koen- ig, and Delbert "Red" Morgan. Randy Hakman draws the ads for Heath Ice Cream Bars. Shirley Ziegler Hoene is the first woman ma- rine. Linda Boone Pagel is a WAC. Doris Bowman manufactures bows and arrows, and Judy Buening makes bean bags. Cheryl Henderson sells insurance. Pat, of Pat McWhorter's Salvage Yard, has hired Ronnie Walls, Mike Budde, and John Jackson as chief mechanics. I hear that Kelly Newburn is a chef at Diamonds here in Chicago. When I had dinner there last week, I saw Judy Ricketts, who has traveled over the U. S. as an Evangelist, and Steve Upton. Because of his unique ability to converse, he was a special guest on Johnny Carson's Show. John Hartleroad plays championship hockey with the Red Barons. I wonder if he could beat Mr. Neet? That reminds me, did you know that Richard Poynter is teaching school? He has eight study halls a day. Patsy Ricketts owns a cricket farm. Pam Leith and Donna Nippe work at the Ramada Inn. Don Stuckey is a Methodist minister He and Terry Varner are trying to convert Charles Shelley and Bruce Long. Charles has developed a new formula for shelli beans and Bruce owns a chain of Gulf Filling Stations. Judi Beyer Macklin now lives in Indiana with Ronnie. Judy Loy, Elaine Hirtzel, Sheila Kralman, and Joyce Lilley are airline steward- esses in Chicago for T. W. A. Some of our classmates have been a surprise to me. Many have reached their intended goal. Ihope they are all happy. Maybe during our reunion in five years we will see more changes in the ever suc- cessful Class of '66, Always, Janet , wow. , . "L ?' ar mf'-':'Zf t K . , , ,.,J M ' fx .a X 14"Xw My x K ,-dxf.-f -L' N n f3?Nr, 1' , vw. W. , - . - pr Q' - , gf' fr: , -- k ,- 5 3?1:?'n r , 1 . 'f I rr ffvd, ., vi , V' 'Q ' A asf- .,' A , Q. hx, t -, ,U -,, , - A , f f . in E "2 f. ,Ziff eq f, Q A v. x ng! ,'. ,. I :visa Q M K , VT A fm., 0' . - 14. is rf-rea' . gf.. ' bzqfik ' w4:f f , 1 . ' '55 V. 5 i x- "' Bw mt at ..',.ap ', -s., , My . 1 . . ,. . 0 7 k. 72? . gi, if 1 f, , lv A Ln 43? .K 5.1 , 'Q.hV4i,B ,O K fl' GL M Wh 3 ff. , .gf ,W4ef'7 fi 2 ,N 'gp -, . ,' ' . 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I A - 2-ff 5, .4 'K if 5 1150 , -if ' ,. - " JS M .e,, U41 ll 4 iam. - , I f . . K . Am, AM, .E M Ak.,hV, My I ? M, ' K .. K, My ? Z .sw , U A Af1.0zA Y,f '? - HIS. M -EVN ,5k.g.fg i Q' .,:,5: ,' I ,,"1:-F: 35!:.,x,.g.-.f-' 1g Q.. , 3' 2 ' . 4- F' ignet Sldjy an ROW l: P. Leith, R. Soltwedel, B. Clough, K. Fagan, T. Davis. ROW 2: J. Johnson, D. Siefken, G. Payne, D. Stuckey, C, Chamberlain, ROW 3: Mr. Dietrich, D. Mills, B. Weaver, D. Steely, G. Thies. Co- ditors MN ijffg A ,tr A . L S .. ,AU ' gg, if Ruth Soltwedel Don Stuckey Signet Staff at Work Shelves in our Signet Staff "office. " Mr. Dietrich helps Don Steely plan some pages. 32 , 3 XL I DCU K' i i , N- , 1 Twila. . . . one of our artists. DIVISION EDITORS Don Steely ------------ Activities Gwen Payne ----------- - - Classes Judy Johnson ---- - - Organizations Carol Chamberlain - - - - - Advertising David Mills ----- ------- S ports Robert Weaver - - - - -Business Manager Pam Leith ---- - - - Staff Secretary The Signet Staff is chosen by the members of the previous year's staff, The staff mem- bers make up pages, sell advertising, and sell yearbook subscriptions. Each member is responsible for making up a certain number of pages, Being on the staff includes a lot of work, but it is an interesting and worthwhile job to prepare the yearbook for the students of E. H. S. 38 Student Council The Student Council promotes the welfare of the student body, provides for better understanding between the student body and the faculty, and represents the students where a cen tral acting group is needed, To be a member one must be a member in good standing and be elected by his class. The Student Council sponsors several activities. These include the foreign exchange student, homecoming, light bulb sales, refreshment stands, Student Council Week activi- ties, and an annual banquet, VW OFFICERS Susan Eubank, Dannie Connally, Jenni- fer Hastings, Jane Sipes, and Louie Davis. SENIORS JUNIORS ROW l: Janet Wilhelms, Ruth Soltwedel, Judy ROW 1: Pam Arney, Marja Lehtonen, Dale Dav- Johnson, Mike Mankin enport ROW 2: Larry Lane, Don Steely, Gwen Payne, ROW 2: Debby Hayes, Sue Cable, Becky Evans, Don Stuckey Dianne Baker Rx 'Wx W. if. ' I SOPHOMORES FRESHMEN Donna Slifer, Robin Dunlap, Chuck Woodard, Deb- ROW lr Pam Melzer, Linda Mortiz, Diana Slifer bie Shaw, Martha Dehn, Gaylia Riley absent ROW 2: David White, Jim Stortzum, Cathy Voyles, Kathy Bloemker S. C. Activities -si 'Y s, SK ' Lara "lf Marja rests while talking with J. Hastings and S C Advisor Mr Green Mr, Green. ' ' H ' zi- if af Y' rift Some members are dressing The refreshment stand at S, C, sold popcorn and pop the humpty-dumpty for his the football games. at basketball games. appearance at the home- coming dance. Dianne Baker gives her x , , , 1 , campaign speech during the election of Officers- S, C. sponsors all Lyceum programs. Here the Vir- ginia Symphonic Orchestra performs for the students. I39 ational Honor ociety ROW 1: J. Conour, E. Hays, D. Connally, B. Van Dyke, L. Hays, P. Sowers, J. Wilhelms. ROW 2: S. Eubank, P. Arney, K. Tucker, D, Stuckey, J, Loy, J. Conour. ROW 3: S. Devore, L. Sigafus, G. Payne, S. Triplett, G, Habbe, D, Baker, Mr, Breeden. ROW 4: D. Devall, N. Potts, B. Weaver, D. Steely, B, Griffin, G. Thies, R. Sechrest, R. Sechrest, Vice President: D. Steely, Treasurer, J. Wilhelms, Secretary, S. Devore, President, National Honor Society is a group of junior and senior honor students selected by the faculty on the basis of their leadership, character, and service. The members must main- tain a 3.4 scholastic average. NATIONAL 7 s 4 X HONOR SOCIETY 3 Z f 5 1 V Future Teachers of America ROW lg K, Eskew, J. Conour, M. Eskew, B. Clough, P, Ragan, G. Rickey, K, Hoesy, M, West, ROW 2: Miss Reichmann, R. Evan, E. Moulton, D. Davenport, L, Seely, 'L. Leturno, C. Barton, S. Beebe. ROW 3: J. Scherer, L. Lane, M. Askew, T. Townsend, T. Croft, L. Lane, K. Tucker, A. Reed, Any high school student interested in teaching as a career may belong to F. T. A. At one of the meetings this year Marja Lehtonen, our foreign exchange student, spoke to the group about her country. Mr, Adamson spoke to the group about college requirements, At St. Anthony High School the members heard a speech given by a man from the State Office of Education. It was also about college requirements. Miss Reichmann, Sponsorg L. Leturno, Vice President, M. Askew, Presidentg.E, Moulton, Treasurerg L. Lane, Secretary, G.A.A. Mrs, Frese, Sponsor: S. Eubank, Point Chairmang P. Coton, Treasurerg S. Christensen, Secretaryg P. Jaycox, Vice President: D. Richeson, President, ROW l:, J. Wilhelm, D. Ash, L. Chandlee, A. Brown, D. Richeson, M. Gillespie. ROW 2: P. Leith, S. Fletcher, S. Loy, S, Eu- bank, J. Johnson, B,Spence ROW 3: N. Donelson, J. Banning, S. Christenson, P. Ooton, H. Anderson, P. Jaycox. ROW 1: J. Beckmier, L. Huelskoetter, L, Moritz, C. Bloemker, N. Lystila, P, Brummer, S. Cartmell V. McClure. ROW 2: L. Lystila, M. Goen, L, Reardon, M. Byer D. Slifer, L. Heathcoat, S Apke, D, Slifer. ROW 3: M. Mankin, R. Dunlap, N. Loy, P, Man- uel, M. Shaw, N. Moeller J. Spence, M. Lehtonen, ROW 4: C. Voyles, V. Barnes, M. Manuel, J, Beachler, C. Jaycox, P, Wente, D, Shaw, M. Bo- gan, Future Homemakers of America ROW 1: B. Dilworth, A. Brown, B. Spence, E. Hirtzel, L. Boone, C. Bahrns, C. Peters, G. Burnet, S, Bracken, L. Huelskoetter. ROW 2: D, Hubbard, S. Mason, S. Sutton, P, Spalding, M. Kreke,pS. McWhorter, B, Stumeyer, D. Robertson, J. Spence, K, Lidy, Mrs. Springs. ROW 3: D, Tunn, S. Kreke, N. Trefzer, P. Willenborg, S. Downs, W. Babbs, J. Baker, D. Nippe, C. Lueken, L. Wendt, L. Arnold. ROW 4: C. Brewer, M, Lewis, M, Bollman, J. Arnold, P. Bissell, J. Buening, B. Probst, L. Seely, P. Dixon, J. Loy, J. Bushue. Anyone having taken one year of Home Economics may join F. H. A. At Christmas the F. H. A. members sponsored a cookie project for the 3 boys of Effingham county who were in Viet Nam. During F. H. A. week the members presented a style show to the girls of the student body. The Mother-Daughter Banquet was also a highlight of this year's activi- ties. cl... ROW 1: L. Wendt, Historian, C. Bahrns, Vice Pres. of Degreesg A. Brown, Secretaryg R. Meyers, Parliamentariang C. Peters, Vice Pres. of Recreation. ROW 2: D. Nippe, Reporter, P. Dixon, Treasurerg J. Buening, Vice Pres.g J. Arnold, Vice Pres. of Public Relationsg J. Loy, Pres,g Mrs. Springs, Sponsor. Future Farmers of America ROW 1: G. Walk, L. Leturno, S. Barhns, D. Knierim, H. Brown, K. Banning, D. Nichols. ROW 2: D. Schaerman, B, Cassleman, L, Wendt, G. Warner, T. Warner, B, Reeder, Mr, Gowler. ROW 3: M. Davis, L. Tonn, I. Goen, R, Stevens, R. LeCrone, D. Tarrant, D. Barr, ROW 4: R. Turner, P. Colclasure, L. Sims, B. Weaver, R. Williams, D. Marxmann, C. Goldstein, T. Pendlay M. Davis, Sentinel, Mr. Gowler, Sponsorg D. Marx- mann, Secretarysl. Goen, Treasurerg B. Weaver, Re- porterg P. Colclasure, Pres. Q L. Sims, Vice Pres. 'K Any student enrolled in Vocational agri- cultural classes may be a member of this velop leadership and citizenship. The Ef- fingham F.F. A. Chapter was represented in several contests and activities this year. It had two Section 20 production award winners They were Perry Colclasure in corn produc- tion and Dennis Marxmann in Small Grains production. organization. F.F. A. helps its members de- W Dennis Marxman--Winner of the State Small Bob Weaver--Outstanding Ag Student , Grain Contest Ron Williams and Lee Sims winners of the pest control contest are presented with a check by Jerry Goen. Perry Colclasure--Winner of Laffy Tonn--Winner of the Section 20 Corn production contest pioneer Extra Yield Contest ww' Class projects keep the boys busy. xi I45 l W ROW 1: Barb Steele, Bob Tieffel, Gerald Fagan, Mark Fuesting, Charles Shelley, Richard Eident, Mike Loy, ROW 2: Ruth Meyers, Vicky Brooks, Shirley Ziegler, Pat McWhorter, Steve Bloemer, Vickie Holl- man, Linda Van Meter, ROW 3: Judi Beyer, Barb Probst, Terry Ashley, Judy Buening, Kenny Koeing, Allan Campton, Wan- da Babbs. The initials D. E. stand for Distributive Education. In this organization the students work with the public. Various jobs are sales clerks, grocery clerks, and gas station at- tendants. 5 I OFFICERS: MIKE LOY, Vice-Pres. : JUDI BEYER Secretaryg MR, MOORE, Sponsorg SHIRLEY ZIEG LER, Treasurer, MARC FUESTINGg President DE. on the fob -mi Barb Probst Allen Campton Terry Ashley Shmey Ziegler YZF? -1 SE , 310' Ruth Meyers Pat McWhorter Richard Eident Judi Beyer Q G99 'x . W if' E an g- iim Q f-es "' Wanda Babbs Charles Shelley Gerald Fagan Vickie Hollman Mike Loy Barb Steele Bob Tieffel Vickie Phillips Dunn-Af Judy' Bl-lCHi1'1g Linda Van Meter Ken Koenig Steve Bloemer 'Q D. O. 8 ROW 1: Glen Higgs, Linda Wendt, Phyllis Ooton, Judy Heuerman, Sharon Leturno, Tonya Goen, ROW 2: Terry Long, John Althoff, Bob Rich, Roy Rogers, John Jackson ROW 3: Maurice Mietzner, Gary Koester, Lester Bergfield, Steve Austin, Rock Koester, Larry Patton The initials D. O, stand for Diversified Occupations, The students participating in the program got out of school early each day to get on the job training in fields such as mechanics, dental technicians, delivering, groceries, and setting type for newspaper. EFFINGHAM We U CLUB OFFICERS SHARON LETURNO, President PHYLLIS OOTON GARY KOESTER Library Club ROW 1: S. Harding, V. Pulliam, B. Spence, D. Ash, P. Graham, S. Beckmier, L. Jewell, G. Richey, M. West. ROW 2: Mrs, Williams, D. Rovertson, K. Brewer, L, Moody, D. Robertson, D, Bishop, N. Loy. ROW 3: C. Hetzel, S. Carpenter, S. Klosterman, T. Apke, J. Klosterman, G. Nelson, F. Jocelyn, P. Ragan. The members of this organization help Mrs. Williams in the library during their free periods. Twice a year the Library Club holds a Book Fair which offers many paper- back books to the students. Mrs. Williams, Sponsor, L. Moody, Vice Pres.g C. Hetzel, Pres., N. Loy, District Vice Pres., M. West, Secretary-Treasurer, French ROW 1: C. Turpen, E, Hays, K, Fagan, P. Sowers, C. Swanson. ROW 2: J. Nelson, L. Moody, N. Donelson, B. Pagel, ROW 3: J. Webb, A, Reed, Mrs. Johnson, G. Thies, G. Conrad. WH ROW 1: J. Wilhelms, M, Dehn, M. Blom, S. Powles, D, Manuel, P, Brurnmer, M, Peters, M. Beyer, ROW 2: R. Wenthe, J, Nelson, G, Riley, D, Edwards, C, Woodard, P. Manuel, C, Defebaugh, J. Johnson, M. Sargent, Mrs, Johnson, ROW 3: K, Lattig, S. Devore, B. Griffin, C, Senior, L, Leturno, L. Sigafus, S. Triplett, J, Willis, L, Lystila, J. Carr, D, Anderson, ROW 4: J. Wear, R. Arnold, S, Klosterman, D. Ring, S, Lister, F. Holland, J. Sipes, K. James, B. Rincker, D. Samuel, Club ROW 1: M. Mathis, S. Smith, G. Bosley, S. Cartmell, T. Bosley, B, Myers, V. McClure, D, McManaway, V. Pulliam, V. Inman, A. Penelay. ROW 2: N. Sills, D, Bowman, P. Wenthe, M, Mankin, J. Lilley, J. Parks, M. Kreke, C. Voyles, S. Loy, K. Bloemker, T. Ray. ROW 3: J. Shull, J. Miller, B. Clough, D. Baker, J. Hixon, M. Thies, B. Evans, J. Boltt, B. Van- Dyke, P. Wenthe, P. Willenborg, Mrs. Johnson. ROW 4: J. Webb, S. Harding, J, Scherer, A. Wood, P. Davidson, M. Thompson, D, Sigafus, R. Wendling, K. Woltman, D. Shadwell, M, Hatfill, D, Philips. French Council French Club meetings are held during class time once a month. The members enjoy an annual Christmas party and a banquet each year. ROW 1: J. Wilhelms, E, Hays, G, Riley, C. Swanson M. Blom. ROW 2: D. Philips, M. Thies, S. Devore, B. Griffin, B. Evans. ROW 3: J. Webb, A. Reed, J, Sipes, R. Wendling, D, Sigafus. Latin lub ROW: 1 N. Broom, D. Culver, C. Turpen, C. Drumm, S. Apke, P. Graham, L, Reardon, D. White, D, Slifer, L, Moritz, W. Boggs, D. Slifer, L. Heathcoat, L. Freese, ROW: 2 P. Sowers, P. Rosso, P. Eckhardt, D. Bishop, L. Lystila, M, Byers, G. Barber, S. Beebe, N. Lystila, M. Bogan, N. Davis, D. Shaw, L. Gaddy, J, Percival, ROW: 3 D. Bruce, P. Melzer, P. Metcalf, D. Hays, J. Beechler, V. Barhns, M. Manuel, S. Carpenter, J. Sporleader, B. Barton, P. Dixon, L. Seely, C. Jaycox, P. Ragen, Miss Styer. ROW: 4 M, Carr, E. Morelton, R. Winchester, D. Cunningham, J, Shobe, D. Siefken, D. Lewis, S. Breeden, R, Ahten, M. McClure, J. Barton, D, Langley, D. Ewald, I. Stortzum, Any student having studied Latin may belong to this organization. The main if events of this year were the Christmas party and the Latin Banquet, Mrs. Styer, Sponsorg D. Bruce, Secretary.g J. Percival, Treasurer.g D. Lewis, Vice Pres.g D Ewald, Pres. I V Cheerleaders Pam wenrhe, Lynn chandlee, Nancy Broom, Lila Gaddey Freshman Cheerleaders Cathy Bloemker, Lynn Lystila, Cathy Voyles 5' A W 'aff ' Q V - h 7 ' Q 4 qs m ! om, .vs ? ? C 55+ ,gf in M C W A tiki ,N gf, Q gi-ff 1' ' may "' Qs. ,A 1 451 A , I gg - f ..:"' li 'qw ff I . 'g if V 'WS WW he iw! 1 f we 'W ,QA ! H QW' SQ!!! I E FG! ge Off' ,, 1F41 1f?:.'84 1 tr 'Q , M13 I I Lettermen 95 Club ROW 1 ROW 2 ROW 3 ROW 4: S3553 Smith, K. Tucker, M, Chandlee, D. Samue1,J. Senior, B. Lemay Wear, R. West, T. Croft, G. Habbe, J, Nelson, J. Webb R, Cutright Lane, J. Phillips, D. Devall, M. Reardon, M. Askew, D, Morgan, L. Lane Breeding, G. Thies, G. Brummer, P. Fitzsimmons, J, Klosterman, J. Monnet, R. Pagel OFFICERS: P. Fitzsommons, B. Newton, C, Williams, T. Croft. CLARINETS: Rebecca Evans, Jean Conour, Betty Jean Clough, Pam Willenborg, Tom Walls, Mark Sar- geant, Susan Eubank, Penny Dixon, Patsy Soltwedel, Marcia Peters, K Kieth Hoover, Sandra Wakefield, Cathy Voyles, Tammy Ray, Karen Cheatum, Nancy Sills, Ray Toland, Gary Barber SAXOPHONES: Pat Willenborg, Dan Gillespie, Doug Phillips, Dale Broeringmeyer, Jack Conour, Gwen Payne, Don Hixon. BAND OFFICERS: Susan Eubank, President, Marc Smith, Vice Presidentg Donna Slifer, Secretary-Treasurer FLUTES: Steve Geibel, Dianne Baker, Roberta Evans, Linda Moritz, Lynette Leturno, Candy Jaycox, Marsha Manual, Kathy Bloemker Marcia Mankin, Cheryl Hen- derson, Marsha Gillespie DRUMS: Joanna Hixon, Arvil Bass, Da- vid Samuel Joe Webb, Jim Shelley, Jim Hickman BASS CLARINETS: , Pam Wenthe, Sue K. Loy, Alan Wood, Madonna Tucker, ALTO CLARINETS: Darlene Kmcker, Susan A. Loy, CONTRABASS CLARINETS: Susan Christenson, John Barton, OBOE: Pam Arney BASSOON: Janice Miller D58 Band TROMBONESg Marc Smith, Bill Starr, Dale Davenport, George Clark, Lucille Frese, Phil Coats, Rusty Winchester . .--. X 'iv JMD 4" A FRENCH HORNS: Karen Brewer, Donna Slifer, Janice Beebe, Bill Lemay, Mike McClure, Pam Melzer, Bob Esch, Myra Percival, Krail Lattig CORNETS: Glen Lewis, Delbert Morgan, Dave De- vall, Richard Cutright, JoElla Arnold, Kenny Wolt- man, Don Steely, Mike Chandlee, Duane Shadwell, Dianna Slifer, Louis Davis, David White BARITONES: Benjie Kagay, Garret Wagner, Pam Wente, Mike Thompson BASSES: Don Langley, Dean Lewis, Roger Sechrest GLENN LEWIS - DRUM MAJOR .Z , fl IANICE MILLER - HEAD MAJORETTE le W Kaydettes Mary Jo West Linda Moritz Tammera Ray Charlotte Swanson Janet Wilhelms Rgbin Dunlap Carol Chamberlain Lynn Chandlee Debbie Manuel Melissa Bogan Brenda Barton Karen Fagan Kathy Voyles Sue A, Loy Kathy Bloemker Chorus C FRONT ROW: Wayne Rush, Karen Chestnut, Sandy Apke, Patti Rosso, Kathy Hosey, Valerie Inman, Janice Brown, Janet Kyle, Linda Huelskoetter, Luci Frese, SECOND ROW: Sandra Bloemker, Sandra Powles, Janis Beebe, Pauline Spiker, Mary Lou Lewis, Ruth Soltwedel, Cheryl Long, Carol Moody, Cheryl Lewis, Karen Brewer, Phil Coats, THIRD ROW: Marcia Mankin, Carolyn Painter, Linda Bass, Joyce Johnson, Mark Davis, Paula Bissell, JoElla Arnold, Deborah Robertson, Dianne Baker, Susan Eubank, Joyce Lilley, FOURTH ROW: Lynette Leturno, Carolyn Hetzel, Robert Esch, Willis Inman, Phil Davidson, Mike Thompson, Don Hixon, Arvil Bass, John Webb, Jennifer Hastings, Lynn Moody. 3, Vocalaires Commerce Club ROW 1: K. Lidy, K. Hosey, P. Arney, J. Rush, S. Bloemker, L, Nelson, ROW 2: Mrs, Lake, S, Downs, P, Willenborg, D, Crawford, J, Bushue, Kg Brewer S Sutton ROW 3: J. Loy, J, Banning, C. Hetzel, D, Heathcoat, N, Donelson, C, Buening The Commerce Club, com- posed of members of shorthand classes, is designed to promote interest in secretarial work as a vocation, The main project of the Commerce Club this year was answering letters written to Santa Claus by children of this area. The club plans to make this an annual project, I62 slci Mrs, Lake, Sponsor: J. Banning, Vice Presi- dent, C. Buening, Treasurergl. Bushue, Pres- identg Absent from picture Sandie Winters, Secretary, ,ff ff egg, was 1 , ,X 3-XX ,va WU . ' ,,Mu.fM.,..M- ......,..M... ,..M..,..M ..,,,,.....-,N..-...w , L A....W , ...,..n., ,M.,.,,,.......,,e.w........1..v--WMM-ff-w-mW-M--'-'-N-'W ff' ' f -- Advertisers 6'Where liberfy dwells, there is my countryf' Benjamin Franklin f - - 'L X l' "'7' ' l i i W. S. BROOM 81 CO 1885 1966 Congratulations to the Class of '66' WENTHE BROS. Lumber Building Material Coal Phone: 342-21 19 I64 Mike LOY'S HOLIDAY GULF W. Fayette S. Interstate 70 Effingham, Illinois 342-4050 Sue STEVENS HARDWARE Complete Hardware and Houseware Lines 3l3 West Jefferson Avenue Effingham, Illinois Phone: 342-3103 LUTTRELL 8. DEPOISTER Compliments of SCHOTTMAN'S Qll Well Drilling BAUER FUNERAL HOME Distinctive Courteous Service Eff ingham, lllino is 342-21 77 GUFFEY'S DRIVE-IN CLEANERS Finest in Dry Cleaning Free Pickup and Delivery 342-3777 llO3 W. Fayette Effingham Compliments of THE ROSILYN From THE KOESTER FAMILY Smorgasbord Daily All You Can Eat Open 9 AM to 9 PM EFFINGHAM POULTRY AND EGG COMPANY Packers and Shippers of Effie's Quality Eggs Ask for Them at Your Local Grocers Phone: 342-2117 Watch - Clock - Jewelry Repair Electric Shaver Buy Jewelry at Your Discount Jewelry Store HEART JEWELRY WARNER'S SHELL SERVICE Tires, Batteries, Accessories Shell Lubrication Open 6 A, M, to 9 P, M, during week Open ALL NIGHT FRIDAY Mason, Illinois BROWN'S DRUGS Prescriptions and School Supplie s Congratulations to the Class of IQ66 COLONIAL POULTRY FARMS, INC. World's Famous Tri-Liner on Route 33 South Effingham, Illinois Congratulations to the Class of '66 VICTORY BEAUTY SHOP Phone: 342-3252 Compliments of HARRY BURTON INSURANCE AGENCY Edgewood, Illinois Representing the Best Companies and Service Wheel Balancing Wheel Alignment Frame Straightening Brake Service Auto Body Work Rechromed Bumpers 1524 West Fayette Phone 2-3242 Effingham, Illinois ROBERT MILLER Home Phone 2-6305 "Congratulations to the Class of '66" SEARS, ROEBUCK AND CO. Effingham, Illinois ERVlN'S AG STORE Edgewood's Oldest Largest, and Most Modern General Store VERNON ERVIN, Prop. Phone: 238-2211 Compliments of MERZ SHEET METAL WORKS Effingham, Illinois KERSHNER'S RADIO AND ELECTRIC Dealers in Motorola Radios and Televisions Commercial Refrigeration Service 201 Section Phonealf 342-4988 BURKLAND'S GREENHOUSES With Complete Floral Service Wedding Flowers Cut Flowers Floral Designs Corsages Plants Phone 2-4184 311 Rinehart Effingham, Illinois as a 6 . iii AVAV V gg AVAE V' -I S T T 4 Q S 3 ' Q ,m.. fi X3 Q rig Class of 1966 E. E. SKELTON Compliments to the Kroger Store Manager Compliments of CARTMELL REALTY C-Cartmell B-4 U Buy or Sell O f f X .,-k X , v. .. 6 R KELLER TOWN 8: COUNTRY fl li i -6 s ., to C OYYIP1 11116 Ht S Of Lots of Luck '66 S d - h L T H af D Mor OR SALES an Wm es' T Ef f ing ham 6,e 6 gg Short Orders TLC' "Try Our Homemade Chili" Sam and Mary Meitzner lOl South Banker Effingham ,xl ,ff jf, EFFINGHAM WEST TIRE CO. ELECTRIC SHOP CURT RICHARDS fOwnerJ Goodyear Tires and Batteries 1301 South Banker Street R. C, A, Television and Appliances Effingham, Illinois Auto Accessories Electrical Contracting and 114 south 4th S Phone 342-2187 Electrlc Heat Effingham, Illinois Phone 342-3474 . . RN. HIRSCH 4-C0. LADIESREADY-To-wsm SWE DEPAKTMFNY SWGS cfrsu came z.Ay-A-my Effingham, Illinois Phone: 342-2966 All New Gutside All New Ins ide For Your Shopping Convenience the Big Store With Three Floors to Shop in Effingham J'ANSEN'S DEPARTMENT STORE C mpliments of KELLER OIL COMPANY INC Compliments of AND HEATING if 406 W. Jefferson 3 4 2 - 2 24 2 G R Q C 16' E 6 Ki "e 9 0 -' W Three of the Best Stores in Effingham THE SEL-RITE STORES THIES WM. TOLCH 8: SON STEPHEN BROS. on National on Maple on St. Louis CRAWFQRD'S EFFINGHAM BEACH STANDARD LAKE SARA SERVICE Swimming, Refreshments Route 45 North . . Effingham Miniature Golf Route 33 North PAUL CHANCE and ROSS PHILLIPS ILLINOIS GUARANTEE Automobile - Geeeeel SAVINGS AND LOAN ASSN. "Where your savings earn MERLE E. YEMM you more" Having Trouble Getting DIRECTOR Insurance? Lowell D. Samuell Heart Theatre Building Leonard Boos Bejamin A. Kagay Office 342-3663 L. Keller Eugene Wenthe Phone Phill Brown Floyd Craig Residence 342-3818 Compliments MARTINS IGA AND FROZEN FOOD CENTER Effingham's Most Modern Complete Super Market Specializing in Processing for Home Freezers Save Cash Every Day at Martins IGA Home Owned and Operated CLYDE MARTIN - Owner Gloves - Work, Industrial, Etc. INDEPENDENT QIL CO, Authorized Distributor for Co. Skelgr- OiltCo. TP'roducts 'ires one ires 201 East Jefferson East Fayette Ave. U, S. Route 440 342-2766 Phone 342-2lOl Effingham, Illinois ,,,-.awgppw-......... f,-- Y -- ,-P0 ---Y - W. G. HAYES Watkin's Products Kinmundy, Illinois Telephone-547-3237 Comphments of AL'S TIRE MART East Fayette Effingham W Compliments of L. O. KINCAID D. D. S. xxx... 'M QL . .. . i 5.5-nl.. . . .kf,-. I X 3 Outside Windows to Serve You 2 Walk-up Windows 1 Drive-up Window Member Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation Member Federal Reserve System FIRST NATIONAL BANK Effingham, Illinois !74 i Congratulations Class of '66' LAUE MOTOR EFFINGHAM DRUG CO., INC. CO. K, W, HAMBURGER, R, Ph. Sales and Services WALGREEN AGENCY Effingham, Illinois Telephone: 342-3929 Compliments of EFFINGHAM BROADCASTING CO. ' . ,,..n H Q ..A., A ,Q , i lpiooo HI gh Illllnll 'I I pho 1 I . 95.7 a AND COVCYTIIS 27 "'l'0day'5 ..:x.1".:ei,::.,. i q 3:25. ART CENTER East Fayette Avenue Compliments of C-J READY-MIXED CONCRETE Quality Concrete Excellent Se rvice Effingham, Illinois ELLMAN'S Success to the Graduating Class of 1966 Always Shop at ELLMAN ' S in Effingham 2 Y ,,T.,1T 7 NOR GE DIVISION BORG-WARNER CORPORATION EFFINGHAM PLANT I li if I Z V as 1 . K , 4 Y I 2 iz: m,.,,,k war- :tm V . ?F'ibgv-Q-.5-.-. .4 .g......,.,., 'N A .N-.. ,V n I O -. f1?ilxg?4f'i NORG1-3 HOME APPLIANCES Gas and Electric Ranges and Clothes Dryers Commercial Washers Dryers and Dry Cleaners See Norge, Before You Buy! Compliments of UNDERRINERS DRUG STORE PARKER 111 W. Jefferson AND Effingham, Illinois Congratulations to the Class of 1966 Compliments Compliments of DECK HARDWARE Your Friendly WESTERN AUTO STORE The First Name in Hardware Value Center POTTS BROTHERS 123 S. Merchant Effingham, Illinois Altamont Effingham Best REABAN'S 155i Hamburgers in Town 7 for :lf Sl. OO KAUFMAN BROS. CONOCO Armstrong Tires -U-Haul Trailers Tune Up - Brake Service Phone 342-9052 Effingham v l78 I - Compliments of FLACK B I:-'LY INSURANCE BOGGS Compliments of Congratulations to Our Repre s entative in the Class of '66 JUDITH ANN JOHNSON MAUTZ 8. OREN INC. JOHNSON AND SONS Engineers and Construct Funeral Directo Effingham, Illinois Compliments of Compliments of POLAND THE WASHINGTON p0N11AC-BulCK SAVINGS 81 LOAN ASSN. 600 E. Fayette ZOO W. Jefferson Ave. New and Used Cars Phone: 342-3440 Q EFFINGHAM AMERICAN LEGION 52?-w'i jv."5'qIQ.1f? 2 E U-S ji 2 2, ibn!" ,rs 912 EFFINGHAM COUNTY PRINTING CO. POST 120 Telephone 342-4949 Effifigh-am Effingham, I111no1s Illinois Compliments of EFFINGHAM COUNTY FARM BUREAU Organized in 1918 Compliments of MIDSTATE SHOPPING PLAZA Where Every Time You Open The Door You Save Money 57 G. C. MURPHY'S COM-PANY The Complete Variety Store lst. Quality Always 201 West Jefferson Phone: 342-4202 EFE1HiEQH PSfV"x- K Ji -- 4 04.05 - C A D - G M C Phone 2-4868 EFFINGHAM MONUMENT WORKS Designers and Originators of Quality Monuments Represented by JOHN WARREN Effingham, Illinois This space for your notes Compliments Compliments of SIEFKEN'S Y YARD EFFINGHAM REGRINDING INC. Post Office Box 25 411 Vulcan Drive Effingham, Illinois Phone 342-4186 ' ZD"'lDUD EFFINGHAM STATE BANK GEORGE L. DEHN ---------------- President JOSEPH A. FELDHAKE - - ---- Hon. V. Pres. HENRY L. EVERSMAN - - - V.P. and Trust Off. GEORGE A. KRAFT - - - ------ ASS't V.P. CORNELIA GARDEWINE - - -V.P. and Cashier LORRAINE LACY ---- - -Ass't Trust Officer FRANK J. KABBES - - - ----- Ass't Cashier WILLIAM H. ROSSO --------- - - Ass't Cashier DIRECTORS GEORGE L. EDEN HENRY L. EVERSMAN JOSEPH A. FELDHAKE HOMER LUTTERAL HAROLD J. TAYLOR "DIAMONDS is OUR BUSINESS" : - ' vigil' W ' ANDERSON'S JEWELRY ,iff x.J G if 109 East Jefferson E. X Effingham 'Q FlSHER'S HI-BOY XX A , COATS MACHINERY Q' - Eat in Your Car R - Carry-Out Service ,f ,f I" Allis-Chalmers Implements 511 Route 40 McCulloch chain Saws kg East of Effingham id 2-9076 W. 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