Eldorado High School - Golden E Yearbook (Eldorado, IL)
- Class of 1958
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Through 50 Years of E. T. H. S.
by T. Leo Dodd
The Eldorado Township High School is
more than a high school-it is the expression
of a community idea. The people of Eldorado
did not have a high school forced upon them.
The law of the State of Illinois did not require
the people to provide secondary education
for their children in the first decade of the
20th Century. The privilege of providing such
educational advantage was made available
and it was up to the expressed choice of the
people as to whether or not a high school
should be. Thus it is that the Eldorado Town-
ship High School is a monument to the abiding
ambition of the people of this community to
provide the best within their means for their
Prior to 1908 the only opportunity avail-
able for those in the community who sought
formal education beyond the 8th grade was
in the Eldorado Public School system which
provided only two years of high school train-
ing or in one of the very few four year high
First Board of Education. Standing: D. L. Wood, L. J.
Wise, R. F. Jones. Seated: J. A. Watson, J. C. Dodd.
schools in Southern Illinois. The need for a
high school to accommodate the rapidly in-
creasing population of the Eldorado commun-
ity was sensed by many local citizens. ln the
spring of 1907, a vote was taken in Eldorado
Township to establish
a high school district,
and was carried by a
A high school board
of education was elec-
ted, consisting of five
members: I. A. Watson,
President, I. C. Dodd,
Secretary, D. L. Wood,
R. F, lones, and L. F.
Wise. An election to
issue bonds, December
14, 1907, and to select
a site, April 1908, re-
sulted in the issue of
bonds and the selec-
tion of the present site which was donated by
Henry David Westbrook. This area near the
High School came to be called College Heights
because many people referred to the new
school as a college.
M. T. Van Cleve
Van Cleve Building erected 1908, This is the way it
appeared before the addition of the Dodd Building.
On May 30, 1908 the Board of Education
employed lvl. T. Van Cleve as principal, and
authorized him to confer with them in the
selecting of teachers and the selecting and
purchasing of equipment. He was also to visit
the schools of the township and examine the
pupils to determine who was qualified to enter
the high school.
It was determined that the number of
pupils ready to enter high school would be
rather small. Acordingly, an arrangement was
Physics class scene in 1910-1911.
made with the Eldorado Public School Board
of Education to provide classes for the 8th
grade, since the school facilities in Eldorado
were inadequate to provide room and teachers
for the rapidly increasing school population.
1. Marshall Peer and Bess Pemberton were
employed as teachers and on Monday, Sep-
tember 29, 1908 the school opened in the
Methodist Church of Eldorado, since the new
building was not ready for occupancy, There
The graduating class of 1912 was the first class to
attend all four years at E.T.H.S. Standing: Ralph
Adams, Clyde Kane, Pearl Roberts, George Shaw,
T. Leo Dodd. Seated: Neil Martin, Mary Shafer, Effie-
Beare, Angeline Baugh, Freda Farmer.
were 80 pupils enrolled in the 9th, 10th, and
11th grades, none in the 12th, and 47 in the
For a few days classes were conducted in
the Methodist and Baptist churches and then
in the high school barn which had been con-
structed to shelter the horses driven by the
pupils from the rural area. The janitor's dwell-
ing, which was fitted for temporary school
quarters, was used for that purpose until De-
cember 6, 1908, when the new building was
completed. By this time the enrollment had
reached 129 pupils, and Zola Green was em-
ployed as a fourth member of the teaching
Basketball Squad of 1913. Standing: Coach Putnam,
John David Upchurch, Leslie Stinson, Henry Kirkland,
Hubert Bramlet, Seated: George Wilson, Cecil Simp-
son, Louis Beasley.
The new high school was soon fully
accredited by the University of Illinois which
enabled graduates from the school to be ad-
mitted to the University without examination.
Courses of study offered in the first year of the
new school included: English, History, Draw-
ing, Manual Training, Geometry, Zoology, Bo-
tany, Modern and Medieval History, German,
Bookkeeping, Agriculture, Physics, American
History, Civics, and Arithmetic, all in addi-
tion to the courses offered for the 8th grade.
The close of the first year was marked,
not by graduation from high school since there
were no pupils in the twelfth grade that year,
but by graduation of the eighth grade pupils,
and their promotion to high school. The en-
rollment in high school increased constantly
until it reached its highest point in 1933 with
650 pupils enrolled.
The first class to graduate with the full
four-year course from the Eldorado Township
High School was the class of 1910, with seven
members, two boys and five girls. The class
of 1911 had only two members, both girls, The
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nam Cecil Murphy Henry Kirkland, Ray Wiggins,
Homer Bramlet, Frank Sutton, ,'Vlidd'e Row: Hubert
Bramlet, Cecil Simpson, McKinley Hicks Hal Burnett.
Front Row: George Wilson, Louis Beasley Earl Simp,
son, Simon Sutton, John Cox
first'class to graduate, having had all its
training in the new school was the class ot
1912, with e1e'ven members, three boys and
eight girls From that time the size of gradua-
ting classes increased untzl 1942, when the
Baseball Team of 1912. Baseball was resumed at
E.T,H S. in 1958
number of graduates reached 147 The en-
rcllment of the school has usually reflected
the economic candit1ons, not only in the com-
munity, but in the country in general When
unemployrnent has been great, greater num-
bers have attended the school, due in part
to pasrtions being filled by adults, and in
The first gymnasium erected 1914.
part by the fact that young families employed
away from Eldorado returned to live here
during periods oi unemployment.
As rapidly as they could be provided,
considering room, revenue, and demands for
the new courses, the curriculum was expanded
to include a well-rounded course of instruc-
tion. Vocational Agriculture was added in
1919. Manual Training, or Industrial Arts, has
been enlarged. Home Economics, Band, Or-
chestra7 Chorus, a lull commercial course, Lan-
guages, including at times, Latin, French, Ger-
man, and Spanish, have been offered. Instruc-
tion in Health, including Drivers Training, has
been offered for several years,
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The Raibourn Building erected 1922.
Cafeteria facilities were provided in a small
way in about 1925 and enlarged and constant-
ly improved from that time until at the present
all pupils and teachers who desire, may be
accommodated with a hot noon day meal of
well-balanced selections under the supervision
of the School Lunch Program.
The Athletic Department has always oc-
cupied the proper place in the school program
Jneither predominate, nor obscure. Since
1910 there have been track, basketball and
football teams engaging in competition with
other schools. Eldorado Township High School
has always enjoyed the respect of its citizens
and of schools with which its teams have com-
peted for sportmanship and prowess.
From the beginning, pupils from without
the district have attended the school in great
numbers. Additions to the geographical boun-
daries have been made from time to time by
petition, and 'at the present the district which
was originally only East Eldorado Township,
36 square miles, has been extended to in-
clude parts of adjoining townships and reach-
es into Hamilton and Gallatin counties.
The buildings constructed to meet the de-
mands of the growing school population re-
flect not only the growth of the community,
but also the enrichment of facilities for always
keeping pace and often taking the lead in
secondary education. Buildings added to the
plant, with approximate dates of completion
are: frame gymnasium, 1914, Raibourn build-
ing, 1922g Westbrook gymnasium, l93Og Dodd
building, 1943, Vocational Department addi-
tion to the Westbrook gymnasium, and the
new gymnasium, 1957.
At first there were no facilities for indoor
basketball. An outdoor court was set up and
used when weather would permit. The walls
of classrooms on the first floor of the Van Cleve
building still bear the marks of basketball
goals attached for improvised quarters. No
games with other schools were ever played
in these quarters, however.
The history of gymnasiums is very color-
ful. lt was the dream of those most interested
in the school in its early years that there
should be a gymnasium. However, the tax and
bond burden was so great that it seemed im-
possible to achieve. Quite in keeping with the
spirit of Eldorado -then and now - "where
there is a will, there is a way," the late C. O
DuBois, an educator and a landowner, donat-
ed all the lumber necessary for the construc-
tion of a frame gymnasium in 1912, provided
the people would cut the timber from his pro-
The Westbrook Gymnasium erected 1930.
perty. The coach and manual training teacher,
I. Marshall Peer, led the work with the result
that within two years a large frame gym-
nasium was ready for occupancy. The Board
of Education was in a position to complete
the interior of the building in 1918.
This was the first gymnasium in the area. In
1929 this building was destroyed by fire. Again
there was a heavy bonded indebtedness, due
to the recent construction of the Raibourn
building, and again the "will and the way"
teamed up for a new gymnasium. Local deal-
ers expressed a willingness to furnish build-
ing materials on long term credit. Labor was
paid for in part by current funds and part by
anticipation warrants. The result was that
The Dodd Building erected 1943.
again the high school boasted the best gym-
nasium in the area Within the next few years
the program of Physical Education and of
Health was enriched to such extent that more
facilities were needed for these courses and
for the expanding Athletics, lnaustrial Arts,
Music, and Agriculture, This time, for the first
Our new gymnasiurn erected l957.
time, there was not only a need but also
available funds for the construction of needed
facilities ln l957 the present spacious and
beautiful gymnasium with large addition to
the existing gymnasium was completed, used
during the basketball season, and dedicated
to the youth of our community These are
structures of which the people of Eldorado
Community are justly proud The fine tradition
of willingness to furnish the best within our
means for the educational advantage of the
young people of Eldorado has been main-
Through the years the Board of Education
has been careful to select and employ a staff
of men and women suited to the performance
ot duties to which they have been assigned,
with reference only to aualifications in terms
of character, training, and the desire to be of
service. The instructors have numbered from
the small staff of three at the beginning to a
staff of over thirty at times, including principal,
teachers, custodians, cafeteria employees, and
bus drivers, Many graduates of the school
have returned to join the teaching staff, in-
cluding T. Leo Dodd and I. Ward Barnes who
have served as principals.
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James E Raubourn Pruncupal J Lester Buford Prmcupal T Leo Dodd Pruncupal 1932
Ted Shoberg Prnncupal 1949
glnnmg Wlth terms of servrce are
M T Van Cleve 19081914
A O Barr 19141916
Iames E Rarbourn 19161930
I Lester Buford 19301932
T Leo Dodd 19321949
Ted Shoberg 1949 l95l
Wm A Knoop 1951 1957
I Ward Barnes 1957
Wllllam A Knoop Prlncupal
Dur1ng the 50 years of exrstence of the
Eldorado Townshlp Hlgh School 3439 young
men and women have graduated and other
thousands have secured the advantage of
partral secondary educatron IH thrs outstand
mg lnstrtutron Progress and servrce have been
Watchwords May the school contmue to sur
v1ve as an rmportant means of benefxttlng the
people of th1s and other cornrnunltles by tram
lng young people to take therr places 1n the
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Mr. Barnes Becomes Principal
Mr. I. Ward Barnes became principal 'ol E. T. H. S.
this year, alter serving as assistant principal for several
years. A native of Raleigh, he received a B. Ed. from
Southern Illinois University, M. S. from the University of
lllinois, and attended Vanderbilt University and George
Peabody Teachers College. Besides serving as principal,
he teaches American History and sponsors the Senior
Mr. Barnes made an important change in the admin-
istrative organization ol the school, Instead of having an
assistant principal, an executive council was appointed
to help plan and carry out school policies. Mr. Barnes
acts as chairman of the council, Mr. Adams serves in the
capacity ot athletics director and Dean ot Boys, Mrs,
Camp is charge ot school publicity and is Dean of
Girls, Mr. Leonard serves as director of math-science
curriculum study and is director of attendance, Mr.
Baker acts as director of school property, buildings and
groundsg and Mr. Bishop is director of vocational educa-
tion and transportation.
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part of our study in biology.
Alfred O. Adams
Eldorado, University of Illinois B.S.,
Southern Illinois University, Physi-
cal Education, Orientation, Coach,
Athletics Director, Sponsors: E Club.
Von L. Baker
Raleigh, Southern Illinois University
B. Ed., University of Wisconsin M.S.,
Civics, American History, Sponsors:
Yearbook, Photography Club,
Broughton, Southern Illinois Univer-
sity, George Peabody College, Li-
brarian, Sponsors: Library Club.
H. C. Bishop
Karnak, University of Illinois B.S.,
M.S., Vocational Agriculture, Spon-
sors F.F.A., Young and Adult Farm-
ers Evening School.
Obe O. Bond
McLeansboro, Southern Illinois Uni-
versity B.S. in Ed., M.S. in Ed.,
Bookkeeping I, General Business,
Clerical Office Practice, Sponsors:
Freshman Class, Commercial Club.
Eldorado, Southern Illinois Univer-
sity B. Ed., Advanced Algebra, Ge-
ometry, Business Arithmetic, Spon-
sors- National Honor Society, Mu
Alpha Theta, Sophomore Class.
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Mary Rose Colombo
Herrin, Southern Illinois University
B.S. in Ed., M.S. in Ed., University
of Illinois, Personel Typing, Short-
hand I and ll, Business Typing, Sec-
retarial Office Practice, Sponsors:
Adult Education Program.
Eldorado, Southern Illinois Univer-
sity B.S., Colorado State College,
Home Economics, Sponsors, F.H.A.
Charles E. Greer I
Broughton, Washington University
B.S. in Ed., Southern illinois Univer-
sity M.S. in Ed., English I, Econom-
ics, Sponsors: Hi-Y, Student Coun-
Grand Chain, Southern Illinois Uni-
versity B.S., Driver Education, Elec-
trical Shop, Coach, Sponsors, Radio
Robin F. Ledbetter
Herod, Southern Illinois University
B.S., University of Illinois M.S., Phy-
sics, General Science, Algebra,
Guidance Director, Sponsors, Sci-
Charles R. Leonard
Paducah, Kentucky, Murray State
College B.S., Tufts College, South-
ern Illinois University M.S. in Ed.,
Chemistry, Algebra, Trigonometry,
Sponsors: Science Club, Sophmore
Class, Mu Alpha Theta.
Harrisburg, MacMurray College
A.B,, World History, English ll,
Sponsors: National Honor Society.
Dorthy Pemberton McNeill
Eldorado, Southern Illinois Univer-
sity B. in Ed., English ll, Ill, and IV.
Felicia Kay Menkosky
Galatia, Southern Illinois University
B.S. in Ed., Physical Education,
American History, Sponsors: G.A.A.,
Cheerleaders, Junior Class.
he physics class studies simple machines.
Miss Colombo's typing class learns
to acquire speed and accuracy.
West Frankfort, Murray State, Mc-
Kendree A.B., Southern Illinois Uni-
versity, Mathematics, Physical Ed- i
ucation, Assistant Coach, Sponsors:
Eldorado, Southern Illinois Univer-
sity B.S. in Ed., English III and IV,
Sponsors: Junior Class, Junior and
Senior Class Plays, National Thes-
Charles Bryan Robertson
Rensselaer, Missouri, Northeast Mis-
souri State B.S., Southern Illinois
University, Urbana University, ln-
dustrial Arts, Mechanical Drawing,
Sponsors, lnliustrial Arts Club.
St. Louis, Missouri, St. Louis Insti-
tute of Music, Washington Univer-
sity B. Mus. Ed, Band, Glee Club,
Sponsors: Music Club.
Celestine Hemphill Wood
Eldorado, Illinois College A.B.,
French I and II, English I, Sponsors:
French Club, Freshman Class.
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ed as we read plays in Junior En-
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lah to right: Earl Simpson, Leland Ashley, Simon
Simpson, Ray Wiggins, Cecil Simpson, Paul Phillips.
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Service Staff Assists ACt1V1t1eS
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our bus drivers, custodians, and cooks.
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to school, provide transportation tor
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Iunior Play. "The Family Nobody Wanted"
An Episode in the Life of an Unusual Family
ln final scene, Reverend Doss reads the
Christmas story when reconciliations are
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Members of the stage crew add finishing
touches to the scenery.
The Queen's Court at the Homecoming Game.
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Members of the cast helped the
stage crew refinish the scenery.
Homecoming was an important
event, for this year marked the 50th
anniversary of E. T, H. S. Homecoming
activities began Friday night with the
senior play directed by Mr. Rhine,
which proved to be a big success.
Following the play came the corona-
tion of the queen in which Miss Myra
Cox was crowned Homecoming Queen
Saturday dawned dark and rainy,
but failed to daunt our spirits. The
Homecoming Parade went along as
planned despite the weather, and first
place went to the float of the F. F. A.
There were many other floats carrying
out the theme of our 5Oth anniversary.
A triumphant climax of the day came
when ou r invincible Eagles came
through with a 32-0 Victory over Ben-
ton. Following the game came the
Homecoming dance, which was attend-
ed not only by the student body, but
many alumni as well. Thus ended-a
grand weekend of Homecoming activi-
The F.F.A. prize-winning float.
We danced and danced after
Feuquay scores against Ben-
ton on a muddy field.
Sipping cider be-
tween the dances
Cn the eyenina of November lst,
Miss Myra Cox was cro'.'.'r.ed Home-
coming Queen of l957. Football Cape
tain lames Woods unfortunately was
hospitalized, b u t co - captain Lester
Feuquay crowned the queen in a very
impressive ceremony. The Royal Court
consisted of Misses ludy Brarnlet, lan-
ice Sutton, Linda Flannigan, and Susan
Scribner. Mike Mangrurn was soloist,
accompanied by Miss Linda Tison. The
Queen was then presented a gilt and
a lovely bouquet ol red roses.
The King and Queen retire from the Court.
The Royal Court from left to right: Bob Holman, Ronnie Reasonsg Second Lady-in-Waiting, Linda Flannigang Ber-
nard Goodleyg Princess Royal, Judy Bramletg Train-bearer, Dale Choisserg Queen Myra Coxg Lester Feuquay,
First Lady-in-Waiting, Susan Scribner, Crown-bearer, Luanne McNeilg Fred Poolg Third Lady-in-Waiting, Janice
Suttong Carl Justiceg and Jerry Rains.
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EAGLES MAKE HISTORY
WITH PERFECT RECORD
For the first time in thirty-three years
the Eagles completed an undefeated, un-
tied season. These were truly the 'Colden
Eagles" as they set a new Southern
lllinois scoring record and joined the
exclusive i400 Club" by scoring 432
points They also led Southern Illinois in
defense by holding their opponents to a
mere 32 points in nine games,
'The Golden Eagles" also won the
first Southern lllini Conference Champion-
ship. They scored 2l9 points while hold-
ing the conference opponents scoreless,
The team was led by their co-cap-
tains Iames Woods and Lester Feuguay.
Lester set a new Illinois prep scoring
record by scoring 222 points.
The graduating lettermen are: Iames
Woods, Lester Feuguay, Ierry Rains, Bere
nard Goodley, Fred Pool, Bob Holman,
Carl Iustice, Parvin Koker, Gary Reasons,
and Leonard Willis.
JUNIOR VARSITY CHEERLEADERS.
left to right: Trudy Gidcurnb, Rena
Hodge, Marilyn Stearns, Joyce
Schmitt, Bonnie Johnson, Sandra
MARION 34 6
MCLEANSBORO 58 0
RIARRISEURC 56 6
IOHNSTON CITY 66 0
NORRIS CITY 61 0
WEST ERANKEORT 26 20
BENTON 32 0
METRGPOLIS 34 0
CAIRO 65 0
BENTON 26 20
MCLEANSBORO 26 6
HARRISBURG 0 13
IOHNSTON CITY 20 27
WEST ERANKFORT 7 0
CARMI 0 33
MARION 13 54
NORRIS CITY 28 0
METRGPOLIS 14 13
Chuck McCallister gets away for a 75 yard
FRESH-SOPHOMORE SQUAD lConference Co-Champs! Arflack, Barnett, Barrowman, D. Barton, G. Barton,
Bertino, Bramlet, Broadhurst, Cox, Dalton, Dardeen, Davenport, Falk, Farkas, Fuller, Hafford, Hall, Harris,
Hatfield, Hedger, Holman, James, Johnston, Kelly, Koval, Lane, Lovellette, McGowan, Mangrum, Miller
Muckley, Newton, Nunley, Overton, Pinnell, Prince, Poole, Rice, Rider, Robinson, Rogers, Shelton, Smith,
Sursa, Viers, Wesley, Wettaw, Whitlock, B. Wilson, C. Wilson, Coach Harris.
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team complete its per-
This beautiful 37 inch
trophy, honoring this
year's undefeated foot-
ball team, was present-
ed by a group ot inte'
Football Season Officially Ends With Banquet
On December l6, our undefeated
Eagles were honored with one ot the
largest and most elaborate football ban-
quets in many years. There were approxi-
mately 25O people present. Representa-
tives trom two colleges were guest
speakers for the evening. After Coach
Harris presented the Freshmen and Soph-
omore players with their letters, Coach
Adams awarded twenty-tive letters to
varsity players. The boys were also pre-
sented a beautiful trophy by the "Quar-
Lively conversation preceded the program.
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On the evening of February 28th,
after the presentation of the lunior
Play, Miss Ianice Sutton was crowned
Basketball Queen by Captain Lenard
Willis in a very impressive ceremony
directed by Mrs. McNeill, Mr Led-
better, and narrated by Mrs. Wood.
The Royal Court consisted of the Prine
cess Royal Miss Susan Scribner, Misses
Linda Tison, Linda Mosby, and ludy
Lanham. lamie Kaye Redden, daughter
of Mr, and Mrs, lim Redden, was crown
bearer, and Wayne Willis, son of Mr.
and Mrs, Virgil Willis, was train-
bearer. Gentlemen of the court were
Lenard Willis, Carl lustice, Mike
McMahon, Bernard Goodley, lames
Woods, Larry Miller, and lack Fowler.
The Royal Court and soloist David
Reeves were accompanied by pianist
Adorable, A Real
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Eyes, Dimpled Chin, A Dream Come
True - Miss Linda Tison, I
Princess Royal, Tiny, Graceful, dx.
Pretty, A Fairy Princess Reincar-
nated - Miss Susan Scribner. -w an
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Vivacious, Youth Personified - Miss .
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Third Lady-inWaiting, Lovely, Spark- .
ling Eyes, A Real Beauty - Miss X
Judy Lanham. '
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Mosby, Mike McMahon, Susan Scribner, X
Jack Fowler, Wayne Willis, Train-bearer, '
Queen Janice Sutton, Jamie Kaye Redden, ,X
Crown-bearer, Leonard Willis, Larry Miller,
Linda Tison, Carl Justice, Judy Lanham,
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Kneeling: Coach Adams and Assistant Coach Redden.
Seated: Jack Fowler, Larry Miller, Leonard Willis,
Mike McMahon, James Woods. Standing: Steve
Prince, Mike Mangrurn, Dwight Laftoon, Carl Justice,
Kent Robinson, Bernard Goodley, Jack Muckley, Les-
Seated: Steve Prince, Dwight Laftoon, Kent Robin-
son, Mike Mangrom, Jack Muckley. Standing: Richard
Bramlet, Jerry Wesley, Ronnie Hatfield, Brian Dav-
enport, Mike Viers, Coach Redden.
SEASON S RECORD
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Harrisburg Holiday Tournament
Saline County Tournament
Standing: Coach Harris Mike Viers Jerry Wesley
Jack Lane, Gary McGowan .lack Muckley Brian
Davenport, Richard Bramlet Second row Guthrie
Willis, Larry Broadhurst Mickey Bertino Charles
Wilson, Donald Watson James Barnett Bob Mil
ler. Kneeling: Pete Bertino
Basketball in our New Gymnasium
Fowler drives in for 2 points in the Metrop- Willis exhibits his ball-handling skill while
Coach Adams had one returning letter
winner in Leonard Willis plus a team of
underclassmen that were big losers their
sophomore year. The team was so short
of experienced players that Adams was
forced to play one freshman and two or
three sophomores on the varsity squad.
The bright spot of the season was the
sensational playing of Captain Leonard
Willis who averaged twenty points per
garne. The underclassmen, lack Muckley,
Dwight Lattoon, and Mike Mangrum,
with another year's experience, should
develop into line ball players, This group
along with luniors Larry Miller, lack Fow-
ler, and Mike McMahon should mean
more success next season. We also ex-
pect to inherit some fine talent from the
Washington Grade School team that
should put Eldorado back in basketball
McMahon scores with a jump shot against Johnston
Mcflalluster works on his hurdling form.
Eagle Track Squad
Has Successful Season
The Eagle track and field squad,
due to a shortage of athletes, was un-
able to participate in any dual meets,
but several members of the squad
made good showings at the larger
meets. The distance medley team, com-
posed of Leonard Willis, Lester Feu-
quay, Tom Baugher, and David Reeves
won this event at two of the largest
Six varsity letters were awarded.
Willis, distance medley, mile, hall-mile,
Kingery, high hurdles, Feuquay, dis-
tance medley, pole vault, quarter mile,
varsity relay, and sprints, Reeves, dis-
tance medley, v a r sity relay, and
sprintsg Baugher, distance medley,
hall-mile, McCallister, low hurdles and
Ruth Ann Durham
Valedictorian and D.A.R. Award
Junior-Senior Honor Roll
First row: Rose Miller, Shir-
ley Cochran, Lynda Irvin, Jane
Barnett, Donna Hicks, Pat
Johnson, Judy Broadhurst, Su-
san Scribner, Janet Wesley,
Rosale Cowsert, Brenda Chaf-
fin. Second row: Mary Ellen
Dillard, Beverly Hall, Carolyn
Porter, David Reeves, Connie
Pemberton, Hal King, Connie
Ramsey, Mary Ann Ingram,
Glenda Hardesty, Marilyn
Sursa. Third row: Joyce Hirst,
Ruth Ann Durham, Margaret
Wentzel, Deanna Forrester,
Linda Baldwin, Louise Joyner,
Judy Bramlet, Myra Cox, Lin-
da Tison, Madeline Sutton.
Fourth row: Jon Boczkiewicz,
Neil Jones, David Duncan,
Ronnie Hall, Ralph Adams, Ira
Wheeler, Hugh Wilson, Kent
Baird, Leonard Smith, James
Whyte. Not pictured: Linda
First row: Judith Forrester
Shirley Bruce, Janet Bixler,
Nancy Hardesty, Carolyn
Bean, Erma Everett, Sandra
Cooper, Faye Tison, Jane
Pulliam. Second rowi Virginia
Maloney, Marva Gwaltney,
Bonnie Johnson, Linda Bruce,
Marilyn Stearns, C y n t h i a
Baker. Carol Jones, Brenda
Rhine, Trudy Gidcumb. Third
row: Richard Wettaw, Helen
Spencer, Alice Wilson, Bar-
bara Miller, Pamela Jamer-
son, Marilyn Turner, Karen
White, Joyce Schmitt, Mike
Hammersley. Fourth row: Ron-
nie Cantrell, Bobby Farkas,
Jared Baker, Jack Muckley,
Tom Pinnell, Mike Koval,
Jerry Woolard, Gary Tosh,
Thomas Cowsert, Ronnie Wat-
son. Not pictured: Dav'd ir-
vin, Donald Arflack, Jerry
In order to raise money for a score
board for the new gymnasium, the Hob
Nob was revived this year. This was
something new to the present student
body at E.T.l'l.S. because it had been
ten years since our last Hob Nob. Each
class and organization sponsored a
money-making concession which was
located in the Dodd and VanCleve
Buildings. At the close of these festivi-
ties everyone went to the auditorium
for the GAA. style show followed by
the Coronation of the Hob Nob Qifeen,
Janice Sutton models in
G.A.A. style show.
4 Real carnival atmosphere
was present in the corridors
of the Dodd and VanCleve
Hob Nob Coronation
Trudy Gidcumb, Jean Griswold, Joyce
Schmitt, Brinda Flannigan, Faye Tison, Rae
Hill, Mark Smith, Queen Marilyn Stearns,
James Woods, Gayla Camp, Connie Pember-
ton, Sue Quick, Kay Williams, Janice Sutton,
Melvin Hosch, Midwest Director
of U.S. Department of Health, Ed-
ucation, and Welfare, was the prin
cipal speaker at our dedication cere-
The interior ot ou
cious new gym.
On Saturday, February 15, dedication services
were held for the new buildings of the Eldorado
Township High School. The activities included an
open house for visitors to see the new Music, Voca-
tional Agriculture, Industrial Arts, and Girls' Athle-
tic Departments, in addition to the new gym.
Preceding the Harrisburg-Eldorado basketball
game, formal dedication services were held. The
principal speaker was Mr. Melvin 1-losch, Midwest
Director of the U, S. Department ot Health, Educa-
tion and Welfare. Albert Willis, Executive Secretary
of the Illinois High School Association and a gradu-
ate of this high school, also spoke.
During the halt-time ol the gome, a basketball
exibition was put on by the team ot 1912, which is
composed ot several Eldorado business men.
Mr Bishop shows vis:
tors the new vocational
Lester Feuquay and n
e Lovelette t e
their football ierseys in
a ceremony at half time
A view ot our
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David Reeves., Assistant Editor
Von L. Baker... Sponsor
Seated: Linda Tison, Typist,
Myra Cox, Faculty, Rae Hill,
Clubs, Ruth Ann Durham,
Senior, Judy Ingram, Copy,
Madeline Sutton, History. Stand-
ing: Lester Feuquay, Sports,
Linda Raley, Activities, Beverly
Seated, Janice Sutton, Sue
Quick, Susan Scribner, Connie
Pemberton, Trudy Gidcumb,
Cynthia Baker, Judy Barker and
Pat Watson, Co-Business Man-
agers. Standing, Mike Vessell,
Gary Reasons, Rena Hodge,
Mike Mangrum, Jack Fowler,
Karen White, Phillip Stinson,
Larry D. Phelps, and Richard
The staff of the 58 Golden E feels
privileged to present the 50th anniversary
annual. Althoughiwe had many problems
in acquiring old pictures and information
about the history of our school, it was
very interesting and often a lot of fun,
T. Leo Dodd, who was connected with our
school from l908 to l949, was a valuable
source of information. To him and to all
others who contributed in any Way to our
annual, we express our appreciation.
We, the sponsor, the editors, and the
staff present this book with the anticipa-
tion that it will hold and unfold to you
the memorable events of the past of
Eldorado High School,
The Student Council is an organizaf
tion consisting of 4 representatives from
each class, two boys and two girls, electe
ed their freshman year to serve on the
council for 4 years.
The purpose ot the council is to give
the student body an opportunity to voice
their opinions in the operation of the
This year the Student Council, under
the direction of Mr. Greer, sponsored
assembly programs, planned school cafe-
teria menus, and met from time to time
with the principal to discuss various prob-
lems. lt also sponsored a recreation room
with music to be used during the noon
cumb, Joyce Schmitt, Jack
Lane, Richard Brarnlet, Soph-
mores: Marilyn Stea rns,
Dwight Laffoon, Ronnie Can-
trell. Juniors: Rose Miller,
Shirley Cochran, .lack Fowler,
David Reeves, Seniors: Myra
Cox, Judy Bramlet, Gary Rea-
sons, Lester Feuquay.
This committee works on
plans for a student hand-
Lester Feuquay, ,President
Myra Cox , ,Vice-President
Shirley Cochran. Secretary
David Reeves, ,.Treasurer
Council Freshmen: Trudy Gid-
Try outs are held for the
Honor Society Play.
Members: Standing: David
Reeves, Mrs. Camp, Mrs, Mc-
Dermott. First row: Connie
Pemberton, Janet Bixler, Ju-
dith Forrester, Nancy Hard-
esty, Carolyn Bean, Madeline
Sutton, Pat Watson. Second
'row: Helen Spencer, Carol
Jones, Bonnie Johnson, Neil
Jones, Jared Baker, Joyce
Hirst, Ruth Ann Durham, Judy
Bramlet, Linda Tison. Third
row: Susan Scribner, Linda
Bruce, Marilyn Stearns, Judy
Broadhurst, Lynda lrvin, Shir'
ley Cochran, Cynthia Baker,
Beverly Hall. Not Pictured:
Shirley Bruce, Myra Cox, Vio-
David Reeves ........,,, President
Ruth Ann Durham .,,, Vice-President
Susan Scribner. ,. :,,Treasurer
Nat1onal Honor SOC16tY
The Natronal Honor Socrety 1S com
posed ol students who rnalntarn a 45
grade average with no grade below a
C and possess the qual1t1es of servrce
leadershlp and character
ln December the actwe members ot
the club enioyed an all day educat1onal
trrp to historical points of interest rn
Southern lll1no1s Other actrvrtles 1nc1uded
sellrng hot chocolate at tootbal games a
Homecoming float a Hob Nob oncessron
and a one act play presented r efore the
l-lrghlights of the year were the
annual installation banquet, April l3, and
the trip to Nashville, April 18.
Le Cercle Francais 1. 'ii ii M F
Le Cercle Francais, an organization
for present and former French students,
participates in many 1-:orth while activi-
ties. lts purpose is to encourage interest
in the French language and culture
through guest speakers and other educa-
Activities for this year included a
Homecoming Float, a Hob Nob conces-
sion, and a Valentine Dance. These were
in addition to the annual projects ot pro-
viding clothing tor needy children at
Christmas, participation in the National
French Examination and membership in
the Societe Honoraire De Francais.
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Monsieur X, . Larry Miller
Mademoiselle X..l.inda Raley
Each year the club mem-
bers select two students on a
basis of participation in club
activities, personal popularity
and photogenic qualities to
represent them as Monsieur
and Mademoiselle X,
The boys in this years' in-
itiation of new members
wore prison stripes', observed
strict rules of behavior, and
underwent frequent inspec-
Gary Reasons, , ,President
Jack Fowlern ,, ,Vice-President
Pat Watson ..,,, ,,,Secretary
Shirley Cochran Treasurer
Installation of officers:
Neil Jones. ..President
Pat Watson ,..t,,. Vice President
Judy Bramlet ,.,. Secretary-Treasurer
Mrs. Camp ..... .Sponsors
Charter members received
their charters in an impres-
First Row: Helen Spencer,
Neil Jones, Judy Bramlet, Pat
Watson, Susan Scribner, Da-
vid Reeves, Connie Pember-
ton, Violet Wright, Madeline
Sutton. Second Row: Mr, Leo-
nard, Mrs. Camp, Doc Feu-
quay, Tom Baugher, Jared
Baker, and Jon Boczkiewicz.
Mu Alpha Theta
The Math Club is a newly charter-
ed organization this year under the
direction of Mr. Leonard and Mrs.
Camp. It is affiliated with the National
Association ot High School and lunior
College Mathematics clubs.
To be eligible for membership a
student must have a B plus average
in mathematics and a B average in
all other subjects.
Purposes of the club are: To en-
courage greater interest in mathema-
tics, to develop sound scholarship in
the subiectg and to promote enjoyment
of mathematics among high school
The club's most important project
was a Math Study Room to be used
by students needing assistance in
mathematics. The study room was
supervised by club members.
F. H. A.
The Future Homemakers of Amer-
ica is a national organization which
furthers interest in homemaking, offers
opportunities for development of lead-
ership, and provides experience in
solving problems through its projects.
The club is limited to those who have
had or are taking Home Economics.
To keep busy during the year the
F. H. A. girls served at many banquets
and operated a hot dog and coffee
concession stand at all the football
games. At Christmas time the chapter
presented several needy families With
a large basket of food and several
FHA. girls receive Home-fEc
pins after completing a se-
mester of Home Economics.
We held our regular meeting
in the auditorium.
During the Regional Basket-
ball Tournaments, we operat-
ed a hot dog and coffee con-
David Reeves, . President
Bob Barker A,,,,,,,,,,... Vice-President
Carl Horn ..,,,,,,,, ,,,. S ecretary
Richard Pool ,,,,,, ,,,,, C haplain
Kenny Russell ,,,,. Sgt-at-arms
Mr. Greer ,,..,, ..,,s. , Sponsor
Our modern concession stand
in the new gym enabled us
to serve customers more ef-
Dr. Yost spoke to us on the
six basic human needs.
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The Hi-Y is a member of the National
Organization of Young Mens Christian
Association better known as the Y.M.C.
A. lt is a Christian organization and is
composed of boys of all faiths. Our pur-
pose is "To create maintain and extend
th.oughout home school and community
high standards of Christian character,
Our platform is Clean Speech Clean
Sportsmanship Clean Scholarship Clean
Living. The club operated a concession
stand during the football and basketball
seasons to finance its p ojects such as
baskets of food for a needy family and
the nursing homes at Christmas.
G. A. A.
The GAA. was re-organized this
year under the sponsorship of our new
PE, teacher, Miss Menlcoslcy. The main
purpose of this organization is to stimu-
late interest and participation in Girls'
Our tirst activity was the initiation of
new members followed by a trail hike
and chili supper at Karel Park. Other
activities such as: our Hob Nob style
show, Basketball Clinic at S.I.U., GAA.
tournaments, and a Mother and Daughter
Banquet kept us very busy.
Our Play Day, which was held on
May lU, was a day when GAA. dele-
gations from about ten neighboring
schools were invited to our school to par-
ticipate in many activities and contests.
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Judy Bramlet. ..President
Rae Hall ............. Vice-President
Janie Barnett ..... Secretary
Pat Watson ........ Treasurer
First row lett to rtght Con
rite Pemberton cyamra Gray
Donna Hrrks Judy Broadtwrsr
lady Gingrich ima., Mosby
Beyefy Hall Kay Henan.
Karen Ewan Mas Menuasuy
Second rc-yy Linda Cowsert
Jeana Byoee Pat Wargel De
lores Vtacnoyrak Par Jot-mson
Sosaf' Scrnner, Carolyn Port
er Lars Hanley Naomi Hall
rare row Banda Prana gan
Rebecca Wettaw Myra Cor-
Teresa Colns Lrrrda Flannr
gan Sue Scott Carolyn Horn
Linda Baowrn Fourth row
Vlolet wrgnr Jean orrsyyala
Jane Berrrro Frances Dalton
Linda Maze Lynda lryrn Rose
Mille, lady Braryrler var
Frrst row lett to rrgnr Jo
Ann Brown, Sue Graves
Carol Jones Marrlyn Stearns
Pat Skelton Martha Verkeam
mari, Barbara Ecklarwd Bon
nre Johnson Barbara l-tale
field Ce:.r a Sm rr Pegqy
Dlllard Sasarw Sorsa Judy
Brarrller Second row Pena
t-4 o :1 g e Penelope rngram
St- rley mag -5 AM Murphy
Brenda Gu r c Care yr' Ho'
'on Bevefy Gr..oos Sue
Pryor Sandra vcxers Nanir
Ewar- 'e rd rea .eorta
Owe' Carol Barge' Ca'olyr'
p'atl"er, .vida Ballot' Wanda
Nea' Margaret wfgr' Jane'
Burnett. P-lber'a Har'-away
Elizabeth D llard Carolyn
Genet Hazel Stone Brenda
Rhrr-e Focrth row Sandra
Cooper E zabetrr Stow Mar
garet Halford Janet Gt-clson
Judy Red Sharon Coffee
Sarah Naye Path Aw- Hat
ford Ann Blanc?-ard Gal'
Blanchard Pamela Jarnerson
Sosa-r Lee Fifth row Sarah
wrgg ns Jll Maargarnery
Nrck. Roberts Jane Pvllarn
Barbara Mller 5na'on Km
gery Joyce Schrvwtt Colleen
Reed Trudy Grdcarnt: Mar.
lyrr turner Janet Lyons
Karen W' te Pat Wr!Son
F. F. A.
ln i958 the Eldorado EEA. Chapter
has been given state wide recognitgon
as the Bronze Emblem Chapter, Th1s
accomplishment was ach1e1'ed for the
chapters completed work li eggnt major
areas: Leadership, Comrnurxty Service,
Superxisea Earming, Cooperative Activi-
ties, Conduct of Meetings, Earnings and
Savings, Recreation and Scholarship. This
award was presented at the annual
EEA. Parent and Son Banquet held on
March 20, l958.
The Eldorado EEA. sponsored a
community wide "Safe Harvest Cam-
paign" this year which resulted in "No"
accidents reported for 1957-58 harvest.
This record speaks well tor our EEA.
Community Service Program, and for the
farmers who followed our recommenda-
This year has shown the greatest
success and improvement for our Voca-
tional Agriculture Department in the
history of the Eldorado Township High
The Eldorado F.F,A, has been awarded one of
the highest awards which an F.F.A. chapter can re-
ceive, the "Ten Year Illinois Bankers' Award." This
coveted award was presented to the chapter for
having the most progressive and complete program
of work over a ten year period. For receiving this
traveling annual award six out of the ten years of
competition, the Eldorado Chapter will be able to
keep the trophy.
David Etienne . President
Jim Whyte. . . . Vice-President
Paul Molinarolo. , Secretary
Joe Unthank. Treasurer
Kent Baird .,,, .. . Reporter
Paul Hines .,,,,,,, . Sentinel
H. C. Bishop ,.,...,. , Adviser
Farm shop safety is one of the cardinal rules in
the Farm Shop Course. Mr Bishop is giving instructions
in saftey in the use of the new radial saw to a group
of Agriculture ll students, Ability to use this saw
safely must be demonstrated by each student before
he is permitted to use it in building his protects.
Adult and Young Farmer Education
Agricultural Advisory Council , . . This council has been very active and helpful to the success and operation
of the Adult and Young Farmer Evening School Program. They have had an integral part in the selection of
classes to be taught, and in the enrollment of class membership. These key class members assist in welcoming
new members and seeing that they are made comfortable. The Council members are: Troy Hicks, Roy Cook,
Lawrence Porter, Phillip Anderson, George Pemberton, Sherman Bramlet, Raymond McConnell, Lee Roy Smith,
Lowell Tison, Glenn Elder, Norman Sutton and Harry Hines.
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Shop benches are being constructed by our Advanced These four tractors were repaired in the Adult
Welding Classes. Shown are: Roy Cook, Charles Ho- Evening Class in tractor repairing, overhauling, and
gan, David Edmister, and Finnis Williams, instructor adiusting. All tractors were cleaned and painted be-
They were also responsible for the construction ot fore leaving the farm shop, This course was conducted
our welding booths. by Robert Duckworth.
Thesplan SOC19tY The National Thespian Society is an educational
honor and service organization established for the
advancement of drarnatic arts in secondary schools.
MWG COX- A--- - - Pfesideftf The aiiii of the society is to establish higher stand-
Madelme Sutton A-ff - tvlcepfesldem ards and create active interest drarnatics among
Ruth Ann Durham ,,,,,,, Secretary high School Students'
Cynthia Baker ,,,...,.i,,,, Treasurer '
Linda Tison i,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,r C Ierk
Mr. Rhine ,,..... , ,,,,., .Sponsor
Dwight Latfoon i,ii President
Ronnie Mitchell ,,.. Vice'President
Jimmy Johnston, Secretaryireasurer V y y I '
Mr. Hams YKKKK gponsor under the direction of Mr. Harris. lts purpose is to
study the fundamentals of radio and electricity and
to acquaint rnernbers with new devices in elec-
B.ad1O An unusual project of the club was an electrical
map indicating participants in the regional tourna-
'llhe Radio Club was re-organized this year
The purpose ot the Library Club is to create an
interest in literature and to teach the members how
to use the library. Any student interested in library
worlc may join. The club participates in several
activities during the year.
Ann White .,,,,,,.....,,,,,,
Claire Mathias ........,.t
Margaret Wenfzel ........ Secretary
Mike Viers .............i.... Treasurer
Mrs. Barnes ..,.............. Sponsor
James Woods ,...... President
Lester Feuquay ,,,,, Secretary-Treasurer
Teaching better sportsmanship and coricluct M" Adams and
among athletes and carrying on the winning tradi- Mr' Redden """"" Cosponsors
tion of former teams, are the purposes of the E Club.
Boys who have earned varsity letters in any sport
may become members. E
Linda Mosby.. . . . President
Paul French ,.,, . Vice-President
Parvin Koker.. .. ,. .Secretary
Ronnie Feuquay. ,,., .Treasurer
Mr. Baker ..,,,,,...,...,..,. Sponsor
The Photography Club is for those who are in-
terested in improving their picture taking ability.
Members have the opportunity to learn about the
use of different kinds of equipment and materials
through discussions and demonstrations. Those who
wish may learn to print their own pictures.
David Reeves ,,,, .President
Mike Vessell.. .Vice President
Madeline Sutton Secretary-Treasurer
Mr. Leonard oooi.uo Sponsors
Any student who has had or is taking chemistry
or physics may further his interest in the scientific
field by joining the Science Club. Some of the club's
activities included field trips, guest speakers, indi-
vidual projects, demonstrations, and movies.
The lndustrial Arts department directs the ln-
dustrial Arts Club with membership being restricted
to those who have taken or are taking shop or
mechanical drawing. The club's purposes are study-
ing parliamentary rules and creating further interest
Industrial Arts Club
Fred Robinson.. .,,,i,.. ..
Larry Neal .,.,.,
David Davis .,.. - ,.,.,,.i,,,
Delbert Tosh... .......
Mr. Robinson ........,.,,,,
Louis Bertino ,.,.,,....,.... President
Bobby Farkas... ..,....... Vice-President
Kent Robinson. ........,.. Secretary
The aim and purpose ot the Biology Club is to PQQQY ,Balker """"'A"" Treasure'
. . . . . Mrs. O Brien...- ......,... .Sponsor
create and extend interests in biological science.
Present or former students of biology may become
The Music Club is newly
First Semester Second Semester
Ruth Arm DUrham,,,Janet Wesley
Vlce-Preslderti .,.,,.. ....... L illie Phelps ,,,.,,,,,,,, Deanna Forrester
Reva Funkhouser ..... Rosalie Cowsert
Geraldine Owen .,,.. Geraldine Owen
Delores Rider ..,,..,... Ruth Ann Durham
Connie Ramsey ,......, Lillie Phelps
President ..,,.....,..,,, ,.....
Secretary ............ ....,.
Recreational Chairman ,ss.
Sponsor .,.....,....,......,....... Mr. Bond
The Commerce Club, a part of the business
education department, is a newly organized club
this year. The purpose of the club is to create in-
terest in, and supplement the regular business cur-
riculum. The organization strives to help develop
competent, aggressive business leadersg to develop
character and train for useiul citizenship, and to
encourage improvement in scholarship.
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President .,..,,.,..., ...... V irginia Potts
Vice-President ........... Gary McGowan
Secretary .,,..,...Y.....,... Neva McGill
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organized this year
Treasurer .i..,,,,,. ...... C arole Burrell
for students who are interested in music. During
meetings, small groups demonstrate different musie
cal instruments, listen to and evaluate recorded
music, and sing.
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Mrs. and Mr. Barnes, Sponsors.
Senior Class History
Iust four short, exciting years ago,
the present senior class of 1958 launched
their first movement into a completely
new world-high school.
To the rest of the school, our class
of "green freshmen" was not any differ-
ent from the other classes who had also
attended the wrong classes for several
days without knowing the difference.
Somehow though, we had the feeling
that we were not just an ordinary class,
and later proved our theory to be true.
Our sophomore year was enjoyed
by taking part in freshmen initiations
and thriving on the idea that we were
really professionals in the game now.
Then came the big year when we
became luniors. It was a rough year as
far as studies were concerned, especially
since everyone was struggling to conquer
the pitfalls of American History. The
lunior Class dramatic presentation of
"Twelve Angry Men" proved exception-
ally successful with the ever enduring
patience of our director. In the Spring,
a very lovely Prom entitled "The Festival
of the Ethereal Butterfly" was given in
honor of the departing seniors.
When school opened again in the
fall, we were thrilled to finally have earn-
ed the title of Sophisticated Seniors.
lt was in this year that everyone
realized that we were an exception of
the many previous classes of E.T.H.S.
We had the esteemed honor of being the
only class since l924 to produce an un-
defeated football team. After a glorious
football season, we christened our new,
The years have slipped by quickly,
but during that short period, we received
the training and understanding that will
make us better leaders of our country.
We, the class of l958, will always remem-
ber E.T.l'l,S. and we are sure it will
never forget us.
After much hard work, we thor-
oughly enioyed our Junior Class
Photography Club 4, Camera Club 4, Hob
Nob 8. Homecoming Commettees
linda Carol Baldwin
GAA 2, 4, Award 2, FHA I, 2, 3, 4,
Junior Degree 3, Vice-President 4, Honor
Roll 2, Glee Club I
Honor Roll I, Annual Salesman I, 2, 3,
Annual Staff Business Manager 4, French
I, 2, 3, National Thespian Society 3, 4,
Science Club 3, 4, Glee Club I, 2, 3, Solo
Contest 3, Madrtgals I, 3, State Contest 3
Band I, 2, 3, 4, Drum Maiorette 4, Junior
Play 3, Senior Play 4, Office Monitor 4,
Prom Waitress 2, Prom Committee 3, Band
F,F.A I, 2, 3, 4, Vice-President 3, FFA
Market Day 2, 3, 4, F.F,A, Grain Show 2,
3, 4, Leadership Training School 3, Na-
tional F.F,A. Convention I, Livestock show
2, 3, 4, Parlrmentary Procedure Team 3,
Livestock Judging I, 2, 3, Soil Judging 3,
Grain Judgrng 2, 3, F,F.A Assistant Sec-
retary 2, Junior Play Stage Manager, Pho
tography Club 4.
English Award I, Biology Award 2, Class
Treasurer I, Honor Roll I, 2, 3, 4, Hi-Tru I,
2, Talent Show 3, Student Council 3, 4,
National Honor Society 2, 3, 4, Annual
Salesman I, 2, Annual Assistant Editor 3,
Editor 4, GA,A. Awards I, 2, 3, 4, Pres
rdent 4, FHA. I, 2, Math Club 4, Secre-
tary,Treasurer 4, French 2, 3, 4, Treasurer
3, Mademoiselle X 3, National French So-
ciety, Band I, 2, 3, Letter 2, Letter Girl 4,
Prom Committee 3, Prom Waitress 2, Foot-
ball Queen Candrdate 3, Basketball Queen
Candidate 3, Football Qyeen Candidate 4,
Polio Queen Candidate I, Commencement
Carolyn Dell lrewn
F H A 4, Biology 2, Band I, 2, 3, 4, Award
2, Music Contest 2, Music Club 4
Brenda Kay Chaffin
Music Contest Award 2, 3, Honor Roll 3
Hi-Tri l, 2, Library Club 3, Glee Club I, 2,
3, 4, Pianist 4, Talent Contest 2, 3, Music
Club 4, Madrigals 3, 4
GAA. I, 2, 4, F,H A. I, 3, Dramatucs 2,
Brology 3, Library Club 4, Glee Club I, 2,
Junior Play 3, Senior Play 4
Honor Roll 3 A Lrbrary Club 2 3 Corn
mera al Club 4.
Myra Jane Cox
Home Economrcs Award l, Band Award 2
Class Vrce-Presrdent 2, Treasurer 3, Honor
Roll l, 2, 3, 4, Hr-Trl l, 2, Student Councrl
l, 2, 3, A, Vtce-Presrdent 4, Nattonal l-tor:
or Socvety 2, 3, 4, Annual Stat! Faculty
Edrtor 4, GAA l, 2, 4, Award l 2
FHA l, 2, 3, Natnonal Thesoran Soclety
3, 4, Presudent 4, Glee Club l 2, 3 Mad'
rrgals l, Contest l, Band l, 2, 3, 4, Twlr
Img Contest l, 2, 3, 4, State Contest 2, 3
Junlor Play 3, Senror Play' 4, Otflce Mon-
ttor 3, 4, Prom Cornrnuttee 3 Prorn Walt
ress 2, Prom Speaker 3, Polro Queen Can
drdate l, 2, 3, Basketball Queen Candl
date 3, Football Queen 4, Class Rrng Corn
mrtlee 3, Letter Gurl 4, Talent Show l, 2,
3, Commencement Marshall 3
Ruth Ann Durham
Scholastlc Award 3, Engllsh Award 3, Per-
fect Attendance Award l, Honor Roll l, 2.
3, 4: Natuonal Honor Socrety 2, 3, 4, Vlcef
Presrdent 4, Annual Statt Sensor Editor 4
FHA I, 2, 3, Natuonal Thespran Soclety
3, 4, Secretary 4, Jun-or Play 3, Offrce
Monrtor 3, Class Ring Commrttee 3, Com
rnercual Club 4, President 4
William Darrell Erkrnln
FFA, l, 2, 3, 4
Basketball Letter l, Track 2, Honor Roll 2,
F.F.A l, 2, 3, 4, Secretary 3, President 4,
Gram Show 2, 3, 4, FFA Leadershrp
Tralnlng School 3, 4, FFA Carnp l 2, 3
Llyestock Show 2, Parllmentary Procedure
Team 3, Soil .ludgung Team 2
John D. Ewan
Basketball l, Football l, French Club l, 2,
3, 4, Scuence Club 3, 4, Prom Cornrnuttee 3,
Perfect Attendance Award l, 2, 3
Aurby E. Falk
Natronal Thespuan Socuety 4, Play Stage
Crew 4, Natlonal Thespran Socuety Float
Cornmrttee 4, Hob Nob Cornmnttee 4
We studied punctuation and word
usage in Mr. Rhine's English
To climax the football season, we
entered our new dressing room.
William Lester Fauquay
Class Prestdent l, Class Treasurer 2, Class
Prestdent 3, Class Secretary 4, Football l, 2,
3, 4, Letter 3, 4, Co-Captatn 4, 3rd All Co
State Team 4, Nomtnee All Amertcan Prep
Football Team 4, Basketball I, Track 2, 3,
4, Letter 2, 3, 4, Honor Roll l, 2, 3, Natrona
al Honor Soctery 2, 3, Vrce-Prestdent 3, Stu'
dent Counctl 3, 4, Presldent 4, Annual
Salesman I, 2, 3, Sports Edltor 4, French
Club l, Dramatlcs Club l, Biology Club 2,
Prestdent 2, Glee Club l, Band I, 3, .luntor
Class Play 3, Prom Committee 3, E-Club 2,
Ronald Eugana Feuquay
Perfect Attendance Award l, Photography
Club 2, 3, 4, Secretary 3, Library 4
Deanna louise Forrester
Honor Roll 2, 4, National Thesptan So'
ctety 3, B-ology Club 21 Juntor Play Usher
3, Sentor Play 4, Otftce Momtor 4, Com
merctal Club 4
Paul Dee French
Football 3 Photography Club l, 2, 3, 4,
Vtce-Prestdent 3, 4, Senior Play Stage
Crew 4, Photography Club Float Corn'
Riva Nell Funkhounr
Honor Roll 2, FHA l, 2, 3, 4: Cornrner
ctal Club 4, Secretary 4.
Honor Roll l 2 3, Nattonal Honor Soc-ery
2, Drarnatlcs Club l, 2, Glee Club 2, Muslc
Contest 2 Perfect Attendance Award l
Class Sec'e'ary l Class Prestdent 4 Foot
bal' l 2 3 4, Letter 3 4, Basketball l, 2
3 Track l 2, 3. Btology Club 2, Radtc
Club l Band 2 Class Rlng Con-mmlttee 3
"E" Club 3 4, Vlce Prestdent 3
Edra Kay Goodwin
lndustrual Arts Club 4,
Fred M. Griswold
Football l, 2, Letter 2, Basketball l, Track
I, 2, Musrc Club 4, Senror Play Stage Man
Beverly Ann Hall
Scholasttc Award l, Honor Roll l, 2, 3, A
Ht-Tru l, Natrona! Honor Socrety 2, 3, A
Annual Calendar Editor A, GA.A l, 2, A
Award I, 2, French Club 2, Nattonal Tlwes
plan Socuety 2, 3, 4, Chrustmas Play Student
Dlrector 2, Junror Play Student Dlrector 3,
Natuonal Thesplan Play Student Dtrector
Sentor Play 4, Student Drrector,
Naomi Ruth Hall
Perfect Attendance Award l, 2, 3, G AA
l, 2, 3, 4, Award l, 2, 3, FHA l, 2, 3, A,
Parltarnentartan 4, National Thespran SO
cnety 4, Glee Club l, 2, 3, .lunlor Play
Staff 3, Senior Play 4,
Ht-Tru I, 2, GAA l, 2, 3, 4, Award l, 2
French Club 3, Photography Club 2, 3
Sclence Club l, Library Club 3, Glee Club
l, 3, A, GA.A Float Committee 4, G AA
lnltiatuon Committee 4,
Perfect Attendance Award l, Honor Roll l
2, 3, 4, Juntor Play Usher 3, Glee Club l
2, Sensor Play 4, Letter Girl 3, Mustr Con
test 2, Blology Club 2
Honor Roll 2, GAA l, 2, 4, Award l 2
FHA l, 2, 3, 4, Presudent 4, Camp '3,
French Club 2, 3, Glee Club 2, 3, 4, Band
l, 2, 3, 4, Award 3, Senior Play 4, Ol
luce Monltor 3, Perfect Attendance Award
l, 2, 3, Band Dlstrrct Contest 2, Talent
Show l, 2, Style Show 2
Deep concentration ensues as we
take the National Merit Scholarship
We accepted congratulations for the
last time as football lettermen at
Jerry Lewis Helton
Class Vice-President 3, Photography l, Bt-
ology Club 2, 3, Radio Club l, 2, Library
Club 4, Junior Play 3, Prom Committee 3
Class Ring Committee 3, PA System Op
Honor Roll l, 2, HtfTri l, 2, Cheerleader
l, 2, 3, 4, Letter l, 2, 3, 4, Annual Sales'
man 3, Club Editor 4q G A A, l, 2, 4, Vice-
President 4, Award l, 2, FHA, lg French
Club 3, 4, Biology Club 2, Vice-President
2, Science Club 3, Glee Club l, 2, District
Contest 2, Junior Play Production Staff 3,
Senior Play 4, Office Monitor 3, Prom
Waitress 2, Prom Committee 3, Hob Nob
Queen Candidate 4, Talent Show 3
Basketball 2, 3, 4, Football 2, FF,A. l, 2,
3, 4, Assistant Reporter 2, Reporter 3,
Sentenal 4, Grain Show 2, 3, 4, Market
Day 2, 3, 4, Leadership Training School
3, 4, FFA Camp l, 2, 3 Livestock show
3, Grain Judging Team 2, 3, Livestock
Judging Team 3, Soil Jodgfng Tearn 3.
Photography Club 4
Joyce Ann Hint
Honor Roll l, 2, 3, 4, National Honor So-
ciety 3, 4, French Club 2, Photography
Club 3 Library Club 4 Junior Play Usher
3, Senior Play Usher 4, Librarian 4
Bob Holman, Jr.
Football l, 2. 3, 4, letter 4, Track l, 2 3,
Basketball l, 2, Class Treasurer 4, Biology
Club 2, 3, Secretary 3, Radio Club l, 2,
Junior Play 3, Senior Play 4, Prom Corn-
mittee 3, "E" Club 4, Music Club 4
Hi-Y 2, 3, 4, Secretary 4, Junior Play Stage
Crew 3 Senior Play Stage Crew 4
Carolyn Juno Horn
G.A,A l, 2, 4, Award lg FHA l, 2, 3, 4,
Junior Degree 3, Treasurer 4, Glee Club l,
Junior Play Production Sta't 3 Sentor Play
Production Staff 4
Mary Ann Ingram
Honor Roll 2 Glee Club l, 2 3 Corwce'
cial Club 4
Judith Jane Ingram
Post Graduate Student Honor Roll l 2, 3
Medal at Graduation, Annual Copy Editor
4, GAA l, French Club 2, 3, National
French Contest 2, National Thespian So
ciety 3, Glee Club l, Band l, Junior Play
3, Prom Committee 3
John W. Johnson
Perfect Attendance Award 3, Industrial
Arts Club 4, Band l, 2, 3.
Barbara Jean JOHII
GAA 2, 4
Neil Deaton Jonas
English Award 2, Mathematics Award 2, 3
French Award 2, Honor Roll l, 2, 3, 4
National Honor Society 2, 3, 4, French
Club 2, 3, Science Club 4, Radio C!ub l
Mathematics Club President 4, Stare French
Football l, 2, 3, 4, Letter 3, 4, Special
Mention-All State 4, Basketball l, 2, Biol-
ogy Club 2, Radio Club l, Prom Com
mittee 3, "E" Club 3, 4.
Perfect Attendance Award l, 2, Football
l, 2, 3, 4, Letter 4, Track l, FFA I, 2,
3, 4, Photography Club 4, Secretary 4
Honor Roll I, 2, National Honor Society 2,
FH.A. l, French Club 2, 3, 4, National
French Contest 2, National Thespian So-
ciety 2, 3, Treasurer 3, Photography I,
Secretary l, Band l, 2, District Contest l,
2, State Contest l, Letter 2, Christmas Play
2, 3, Junior Play 3, Senior Play 4, Prom
Waitress 2, Prom Committee 3, Football
Queen Candidate 3, Basketball Queen Can-
didate 3, Polio Queen Candidate 3, Letter
Our nite club was one of the main
attractions at the Hob Nob.
We were amazed by the liquid air
r r 'na C u
ee C ub I A y
G , Cub
Danny Frank McDonald
Perfect Attendance Awx :J 2 Football I 2
A F F A Gr
Show Judging Contest 2
Photography Club 4.
nor Roll 3, 4, Drarnat-cs Club l, 2, f
tional Thespian Society 3, A Lbrary Club
, ie-President 4, Glee Club l, 2, ,
Senior Play Production Stall 4, Girls O:
Football l Basketball l, Natronal Thespian
new 3 lndu i Ar Cu l, Ra i
ub i ii , 4 Junio Pla ,
PA System Operator 2, 3, 4
Paul John Molinarolo
nor Roll 2, F F A , 2, 3, A, Secretar
Vivian Geraldine Owen
Perleqt Attendance Award 2 Honor Ro'l I,
Commerc al Club 4 Treasurer 4
F H A l 2 3 Recreation Chairman 3
FHA Deiegates Meet ng 3 Perfect Av'
lendance Award l Commercial Club A
Football 2 3 ll Lettered 3 A Natona
Thespian Society 3 H Y l Bology Clurf
2 3, President 2, Glee Club l 3 Clwr s'
mas Play 3, Junior Play 3, Prom Corn
mrttee 3, "E" Club 3 4
Carolyn Ann Porter
GAA 2, 3, 4, Bandl 2, 3 4
Lindell Ray Potts
Honor Roll 2, 4, French Club 3 4 Dra
matcs Club 2 National Tnesoian Societ,
-1 Cnlee Club l, 3, A Madrgals l, 3, 4,
Dstrict Contest Award 3, Junior Play Pro
duction Stall 3, Senior play .1 Business
Manager 4 State Mus'c Contest Award 3
Spring Concert l, 2, Talent Snow 2 Let
ter Girl 4, Baccalaureate Soloist 3 Girls
Octette 4, Music Club 4, President 4
Honor Roll l, 2, Hi Tri l 2, Annual Sales
man 4, GAA 1, FHA 1, 2 3, 4, Style
Show 3, National Thespian Soclety 3,
Photography Club l, Biology Club 2, L-
brary Club 4, Band l, 2 Award 2 Dis
trict Music Contest l, Senior Play 4, O'
tice Monitor 4, Polio Queen Candidate 2,
3, 4, Hob Nob Queen Candidate 4, Class
Ring Committee 3, Talent Sltow 3, 4
Class Vice-President 4, Football l, 2, 3, 4,
Lettered 3, 4, Track 2, 3, 4, Band l, 3,
Junior Play 3, Senior Play 4, Prom Come
Honor Roll I, l-liTri l, 2, Cheerleader 3,
4, Award 3, 4, Annual Activities Editor 4
GAA 2, 4, Award 2, FHA l, 2, Recre-
ation Chairman 2, French Club 2, 3, A
Drarnatlcs Club 2, Treasurer 2, National
Thespian Society 3, Glee Club l, 3, Madri
gals l, District Contest lg Band l, 2, 3,
Award 2, District Contest l, 2, State Con-
test l, Junior Play 3, Senior Play 4, Prom
Committee 3, Talent Contest 2, 3,
Gary Ronald Rouen:
Class Vice-President l, Football l, 2, 3, 4,
Lettered 3, 4, Basketball l, 2, 3, Track
2, 3, 4, Honor Roll l, 2, 3, Student Coun
Cil 3, 4, French Club 2, 3, 4, President 4,
Industrial Arts Club l, 2, Science Club 3
4, Radio Club l, 2, Junior Play Production
Staff 3, Senior Play 4, Prom Committee 3:
Annual Salesman 4, National French Con
test 2, E-Club 3, 4
We were introduced one by one
fore the play and e
We nervously await for our first
Industrial Arts Club 4, President 4
Football i, 2, 3, 4, Letter 2, 4, Basketball i
2, 3, Biology Club 2, 3, Treasurer 3, Radio
Club l, Treasurer l, Glee Club 2, 3, A,
National Thespian Society Play 3, Prom
Committee 3, Senior Play 4.
Richard Paul Stricklin
Photography Club l, Industrial Arts Club
l, Radio Club l
Science Award l, Honor Roll l, 2, 3, 4,
Photography Club 3, 4, Glee Club l, 2,
Flag Bearer 4, Senior Play 4, Junior Play
Janice Ann Sutton
Hi-Tri l, 2, Annual Salesman 4, GA,A 4.
Style Show 4, F.H A. 2, 4, Style Show 2,
Photography Club 3, Glee Club l, 3,
Junior Play Production Staff 3, Office Mon
itor 4, Football Queen Candidate 4, Hob
Nob Queen Candidate 4, Letter Girl 3,
Prom Waitress 2, Polio Queen Candidate 4
Madeline Edrniater Sutton
Perfect Attendance Award l, Honor Roll
l, 2, 3, 4, Hi-Tri l, 2, Talent Show 3, Na-
tional Honor Society 2, 3, 4, Annual Hts'
tory Editor 4, GAA l, French Club l, 2
3, National Thespian Society 4, Vtce-Pres-
tdent 4, Biology Club 2, Science Club 4
Secretary-Treasurer 4, Glee Club l, 2,
Junior Play 3, Senior Play 4, Prom Com,
mittee 3, Letter Girl 3, Mathematics Club 4
linda Sue Tlaon
Honor Roll l, 2, 3, 4, Ht-Tri l, 2, Cheer,
leader 3, Talent Show l, 2, 3, 4, National
Honor Society 4, Annual Typist 4, F.H,A
1, 2, 3, Pianist 2, French Club 2, 3, Dra-
matics Club l, 2, National Thespian So-
ciety 3, 4, Clerk 4, Library Club 4, Glee
Club l, 3, Pianist 3, Band l, 2, 3, 4
Award 2, District Contest l 2 State Con
test 1, District Twirling Contest I 2, 3
State Twirling Contest I, 2 3, Christmas
Play 1, 3, Junior Play 3, Senior Play 4
Office Monitor 4, Prom Watress 2, Class
Ring Committee 3, Coronation Pianist 3, 4
Letter Girl 4 Baccalaureate Pianist 3
Graduation Pianist 3
Honor Roll I, Track I, Freshman Relay I
Football 2, Industrial Arts l, 2, 4, Trea,
John W. Tucker
Football I, Industrial Arts Club I, 2.
Track I, 4, FF.A I, 2, 3, 4, Treasurer 4.
Chlrlu Michael Vnull
Class Secretary 2, Class Secretary 3, Foot-
ball I, 2, 3, Basketball I, Track I, 2, Hon-
or Roll I, 2, National Honor Society 2, An-
nual Salesman I, 3, 4, Biology Club 2,
Secretary 2, Science Club 4, Vice-President
4, Prom Waiter 2, Prom Committee 3,
Class Ring Committee 3.
Perfect Attendance Award 2, Honor Roll
I, 2, 3, 4, National Honor Society 2, 3, 4,
Hi-Tri I, 2, Annual Staff Business Manager
4, G,A.A. I, 2, 3, 4, Award I, 2, 3, 4,
Treasurer 4, F. H. A, l, 2, French Club 2,
3, 4, Secretary 4, Mathematics Club 4,
Vice-President 4, Band I, 2, 3, Award 2,
Letter Girl 4, Twirler I, 2, 3, Junior Play
Production Staff 3, Prom Committee 3.
Ralph Eugen: Watson
Honor Roll I, 2, National Honor Society 2,
French Club I, 2, Biology Club 2, 3, Prom
We tested our Trig proiects on
cold and windy day,
In doing our outside assignments,
we frequently use the library.
Margaret Ann Wontnl
Perfect Attendance Award I, Honor Roll
2, 3, 4, Library Club 4, Secretary 4, Ol
tice Monitor 4
Honor Roll 2, 3, F,H,A I, Photography
Club 3, Library Club 4, President 4, Junior
Play Production Staff 3, Senior Play Pro-
duction Staff 4, Glee Club l
Football 2, 3, 4, Lettered 3, 4, Basketball
l, 3, 4, Lettered 3, 4, Track 2, 3, 4, Let-
tered 3, 4, Biology Club 3, Radio Club I,
Glee Club A, Music Club 4, "E" Club 3, 4
Pertect Attendance Award l, 3, GAA 2,
F,H A. l, 2, 4, National Tlriespian Society 3,
Glee Club l, 2, Junior Play Production
Staff 3, Commercial Club 4
Class President 2, Football l 2, 3, 4
Lettered 3, 4, Basketball 1, 2 4, Lenered
4, Football Co-Captain 4 'EH Club 4, Pres
Neva Jane McGill
GAA l 2 3 FHA l 2 3 Photography
Club 4 Glee Club l, 2 4 Musc Club -1
Calendar Oi Important Events
8- 30 Regnstratnon
School began We all say Hello Mnss Menkosky
Mrs Gates and Mr Harrns
The football season began We played Marnon
and won 34 to 6
Great crowd We took 3 bus loads
Magaznne sales campangn began
Second football game second vnctory agannst
Magaznne sales ended Naomn Hall was hngh
Clubs were organnzed
Football game wnth that bng rnval Harrnsburg
and we beat them 56 to 6 Sennors sponsored a
dance after the game
Our fnrst vacatnonl County teachers meetnng at
Football game wnth Johnston Cnty we won 66 O
Natnonal Honor Socnety organnzed Mrs Camp and
Mrs McDermott sponsors
At last' The gnrls moved nnto the remodeled Gym
We played Norrns Cnty here and won 6l to O
We played West Frankfort there and won the
closest game of the season 16 to 20
Contestants nn the Sonl Conservatnon Contest took
a tour of a farm
GAA had nnntnatnon hnke to Karel Park and had
Hn Y F H A and French Club had thenr nnntnatnons
Teachers meetnng at Carbondale
The Carno game was postponed because of the
G A A and F H A nnntnatnons
Sennors presented the play Take Care of My
Lnttle Gnrl followed by the coronatnon of Mnss
Myra Cox as Homecomnng Queen
Homecomnng Parade and game there was mud
and water on the fneld and a vnctory agannst
Benton 32 to 0
Won another shut out agannst Metropolns 34 to 0
Last game of the season agannst Canro Doc Feu
quay became the states hnghest scorer and the
team set a new scornng record By the way we
won another shutout 65 to O
Vnctory Celebratnon for havnng an undefeated
football season The Mayor spoke
The Junnors took an aptntude test
We had a Hob Nob what fun' Mnss Marnlyn
Stearns was the rengnnng Queen
Opened the Basketball season nn our New Gym
and lost to Marnon 55 to Al
GAA had a formal nnntnatnon
Second Basketball game Played Rndgway and
lost 66 to 46
Bng game wnth Harrnsburg Bng lose too 68 to 47
End of Annual Sales
Natnonal Honor Socnety took fall tour of Southern
Basketball game wnth Johnston Cnty lost
Basketball game wnth Mclearnsboro lost
Mr Bradley presented a program on lnqund anr
for the benefnt of mentally retarded chnldren
Junnor Class sponsored a talent show
Football banquet Recenved a trophy from the
Basketball game wnth Galatna We fnnally won
70 to 59
Group snngnng and Glee Club program before the
begnnnnng of Chrnstmas vacatnon
Basketball game wnth Carrner Mnlls We lost agann
Anna played here and won
26 28 Egyptnan Holnday Tournament
Back to the easy carefree Infe of school
Started the year wnth a vnctory over Metropolns
West Frankfort started thenr year wnth a vnctory
too It was agannst us
Johnston Cnty played here It was some game but
they won 53 to 52
I5 I7 Semester exams Just half of a year left to go
l8 Junnor and Sennor gnrls went to SIU to a basket
20 Fnrst day of the second semester
24 8- 25 Salnne County Tourney We played Galatna
lost the 24th
Played Harrnsburg the 25 lost We won fourth
A new face nn the offnce Hello Mrs Wnllnams
Played Metropolns there and lost
Played Norrns Cnty there and lost
Sennors went to SIU for Scholarshnp Exarnnnatnons
Students got a shot nn the arm lt was the real
Played Galatna there and lost
The Etnquette Club was formed Mnss Colombo
and Mrs Gates were sponsors
French Club had a dance for past and present
Ball game wnth Benton and lost
Abraham Lnncoln was born and gave us a holnday
McLeansboro played a sweetheart of a game be
cause they won
Open House nn the afternoon and the Dedncatlon
nn the evennng We played Harrnsburg and lost
Norrns Cnty played here and they won
GAA gnrls had a slumber party Who slumb
Teachers meetnng at Harrnsburg and students
holnday at Eldorado
We ended our basketball season wnth a lose
T B tests
Junnors presented a very good play The Famnly
Mnss Jannce Sutton was crowned Queen
Regnonal Tournament here We played Harrns
burg the Sth and lost The champnons were Carrner
Math students took an examnnatnon
F F A speech contest
Natnonal Honor Socnety gave the play Dnd You
Mu Alpha Theta had nnntnatnon
Another manor sport ns added Baseball practnce
Easter vacatnon Goody a rest
Natnonal Honor Socnety had nnntnatnon Banquet
Natnonal Honor Socnety took sprnng trnp to Nash
I could have danced all nnght at the Junnor Sennor
G AA sponsored a Play Day
GAA had a Mother Daughter Banquet
Sennor Day' Yea' No school'
2729 Semester Exams Glad thats over
Graduatlorn Day' Congratulatnons Sennors
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