Eldorado High School - Golden E Yearbook (Eldorado, IL)
- Class of 1959
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Eldorado Township High School
Board of Education
MR CHARLES WHITE vice president is a hatchery operator and has served on the
board for two years
MR CARL DAVENPORT an auto body and fender reparrman has been a member for
MR HARRY HINES is a new member on the board His occupation is farming
MR BARNES our principal
MR WILBURN BUTLER president is a 11ne foreman for the Illinois Power Company
He has served for three years
MR. DON VIERS, secretary-treasurer, has been on the board for two years. He rs the
utility manager for the Eldorado gas company.
MR. LOUIS RODGERS, a funeral director, is another new member of the board.
MR. LAWRENCE PORTER, a farmer, is the third new member.
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Preparation of our meals, transporta-
tion of our students, and maintenance
of our buildings, are duties which
are essential to successful operation
of our school.
MARY ANN COX
MRS . WOOD
Mary Lou Chesney
Mary Ann Cox
C arletta Gibson
Rose Mary Miller
Sue Ellen Rogers
I. W. Steinsultz
F AYE TISON
JOYCE SC HMITT
MRS . CAMP
Jo Ann Brown
Ruth Ann Hafford
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RONNIE CART ER
G AYLE CUM MINGS
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Senior Class History
As members of the senior class of 1959, we feel little exaggeration in stating that the past four
years in our educational training have been the most exciting years of our lives.
After our enrollment in high school, in the fall of 1955, we began to find out, as all freshmen
do, how it is to be so embarrassingly "green, " We were often the centers of attraction in many
perplexing situations, such as being initiated and getting lost.
Throughout our sophomore year we grew more accustomed to E.T.H.S. as well as to our fellow
classmates. All the time we were learning the importance of good teamwork as well as scholar-
Them came the very important year of our class 'when we made use of that past training in work-
ing together as a team. During our junior year we presented the successful and heartwarming play,
"The Family Nobody Wanted. " Also during that year we made the selection of the school class
ring to be used throughout future years. As a climax to our activities as juniors we worked hard
financing and presenting the very lovely Junior-Senior Prom, "Moonlight Ecstasy. "
As seniors we are at long last approaching that final step in our high school career. We have
been very proud of our class throughout the past years and feel that the friendships, experiences,
and knowledge we have received here at E.T. l-l.S. will be excellent guides for each of us as we
leave and make our separate steps into the future.
RALPH G. ADAMS
Honor Roll 1,2, 43 Football 1,2, 3, 4, Letter 3,43
Basketball 1, 2, Track 1, 2, 3, Letter 33 French Club
3, Reporter 4: Biology Club 2, 3.
FFA 1, 2, 3, 45 Photography Club 4, Senior Play Produc
Honor Roll 1,2, 3, 43 French Il Award 35 Class Treasurer
2g Cheerleader 1,2, Letter 1,25 GAA Awards 1,3,4,
Secretary 3, Playday 33 French Club 2, 3, 45 National
Thespian Society 3, 45 Junior -Senior Play Production
Staff 3,45 Thespian Play Production Staff 45 Glee Club
1: Band 1, Letter 3,43 Twirler 1,3, 45 Prom Gendarme
tion Staff 4. IN lfx' L73 Mm. pf' Af A 2, Prom Committee 3g Polio Queen Candidate 13 Tal-
pdl? ' ,Y A-.' Lf' Jvjfl epfSh0w 3: FHA 1, Parliamentarian 2,3,4, Junior
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JOAN ETTA BAKER KENT BAIRD
BONNIE RAE BAKER
FHA 1,2, 4: Library Club 43 Librarian 4, Glee Club 1.
Honor Roll 3, FFA 1.2, Reporter 3, Vice President 4,
FFA Camp 2, 3, Leadership Training School 3,4, Live-
stock Show 43 Photography Club 4, Senior Play 4.
Football 3,4, Letter 4: National Thespian Society 4g
Hi-Y 1, 2, 3,43 Junior Play 3.
JUDY GAIL BROADHURST
Honor Roll 1, 2, 3, 4g National Honor Society 2, 3, 43
Class Treasurer 1, Annual Salesman 1,2g GAA Awards
1, 3,4, Program Chairman 4, Playday 3, 45 French
Club 1, 2, 3, 4g Photography Club 4: Junior Play 35
Senior Play 4, Student Director, Prom Committee 3.
Honor Roll 45 Basketball 1, 25 Football 1g Track 13
French Club 1, 2, Music Club 35 Prom Garcon 2.
Football 2, 3, 4, Letter 4g "E" Club 3, 43 National
Thespian Society 2, 3g Christmas Play 3: Thespian
Play 25 Library Club 1g Glee Club 4.
LOUIS C. BERTINO
Honor Roll 1,2,4g Perfect Attendance 1,2g Annual
Salesman 4g Football 1, 2, 3, 4, Letter 3, 4, Basketball
1,25 Baseball 3,4, Letter 3, 4, "E" Club 3,45 Junior-
Senior Play Production Staff 3, 4.
ION PHILIP BOCZKIEWICZ
Honor Roll 1,2,3,4g National Honor Society 43 Perfect
Attendance 2,33 Mu Alpha Theta 3,45 Junior Play 33
Senior Play 4g Thespian Play Production Staff 45
Science Club 3, Vice President 43 Lab Assistant 4,
Olne 1 2 Rifle Club 2 Eti uette Club 3 Photo ra h
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Club 45 Senior Play Production staff 4.
BARBARA LOUISE CARTER
Perfect Attendance 2,35 GAA 4, Playday 43 FHA 1,
2,3, 4: Commerce Club 3.
CHARLES L. CHANDLER
Football 1,2, Hi-Y 1.2, Treasurer 3, Vice President 4.
LINDA FAY COWSERT
Honor Roll 1,2,3,4, GAA 3, FHA 1, Library Club 4,
Bulletin Board Committee, Prom Committee 3, Bio-
logy Club 2.
ROBERT EUGENE COX
Basketball 1, 2, Industrial Arts Club 3.
FRA NCES DALTON
Harrisburg 1,2, GAA 1,2, Award 3,4, Playday 1,2,3,
FHA 1, Prom Committee 3.
Honor Roll 1, 2, 3, 4, National Honor Society 2, 3, 4,
Scholastic Award 1, 3, Commencement Marshal 3,
Class Treasurer 3, Student Council 1, 2, Secretary 3,
President 4, Award 3, Annual Staff Co-Business Mana-
ger 4, GAA Awards 3,4, Playday 3, French Club 1,
2, Treasurer 3, 4, French Honor Society, National
Thespian Society 3, Point Chairman 4, Junior Play
3, Senior Play 4, Honor Society Play 3, Thespian
Play 4, Glee Club 1, Prom Committee 3, Eagle's
Eye Editor 4.
Basketball 2, Senior Play Production Staff 4, Indus-
trial Arrs Club Secretary 3.
GERALD E. DAVIS
Photography Club 1,4, FFA 1, 2, 3, 4, Livestock Show
3, Grain Show 3,4.
Sen io rs
THORNTQN DAVIS LINDA SUE DILLARD
Cave-In-Rock 13 Galatia 3g Honor Roll 33 Basketball HOUOF R011 1. 3.4: PCUFCCI AIICUCHTICG 1. 2: GAA 49
1,2,3,4, Letter 1,2,3,4g Football 2,4, Letter 4: FHA 188.8.131.52: Senior Play Usher 4.
Baseball 3, Letter 3: Track 2,4, Letter 4g "E" Club
2, Secretary-Treasurer 43 Biology Club 2g Prom Gar- MARY ELLEN DU-LARD
Honor Roll 1, 2, 3, 45 FHA 1, 2, 3, 4: Commerce Club
con 23 Prom Committee 3.
4g Senior Play Usher 4,
DAVID DUNCAN KAREN SUE EWAN
Honor Roll 1, 2, 3, 4, National Honor Society 2g French GAA Awards 1, 3,43 FHA Project Chairman 4: French
Club 1,2, 3,45 French Honor Societyg Science Club Club 3: National Thespian Society 33 Junior Play
3, Secretary 45 Band 1,2, 3, 4g Junior Play 3g Senior Production Staff 3g Senior Play 4g Glee Club 1.
BETTY ANN FARIES
Football 2, 3,4, Letter 3,4g "E" Club 3, 4.
Western Military Academy 2, Football 2, 3, Manager
Letter 23 Basketball 23 Baseball 2,33 "E" Club 3, An-
nual Salesman 2g FFA 1,2, Livestock Show 1, Grain
Show 1g Biology Club 2, Photography Club 3: Music
Club 33 Science Club 4g National Thespian Society
Vice President 4: Junior Play 33 Senior Play 4: Thes-
pian Play 4g Prom Committee 3.
Cheerleader 2, 4, Letter 2,4g GAA Awards 1, 3, 4,
Program Committee 4, Playday 3, 4: Band 2, 3, Senior
Play 4, Homecoming Queen Candidate 4, Polio Queen
Candidate 33 Hob-Nob Queen Candidate 35 Talent
Class Vice President 3, President 4g Student Council
1,2,3, Treasurer 4g Annual Salesman 1,2,3, Sports
Editor 4, Football 1, 2, 3, 4, Letter 3, 4, All-Confer-
ence Football lst Team 4, 2nd Team 3, Basketball 1,
2,3,4, Letter 3, 4g Baseball 3,4, Letter 3,45 Track
1,2, 3, 4, Letter 3, 4g "E" Club 3,4g French Club 1,
2, Vice President 3,4g Prom Committee 3.
ELIZABETH ANN FUNKHOUSER
FHA 1, 2, 3.
Class Secretary 4: Cheerleader 2, 4, Letter 2, 4: GAA
Awards 1, 3, 4, Treasurer 4, Playday 3,4g Band 2, 3g
Senior Play 4g Homecoming Queen Candidate 3,
Homecoming Queen 4, Talent Show 3.
CYNTHIA J. GRAY
Honor Roll 2g GAA 3, Award 4, Point Chairman 4,
Playday 3,45 French Club 1,2, 3, National Thespian
Society 4: Junior Play Usher 35 Senior Play 4g Glee
Club 1, 2, Prom Committee 3: Talent Show 3.
GAA 3,4, Playday 4g French Club 3,45 Junior Play
Usher 3, Prom Gendarme 2, Prom Committee 3:
Polio Queen Candidate 2, Hob-Nob Queen Candidate 3
Honor Ron 1.2.3. 4: National H0f10r Society 2. 3.4: Honor Roll 1,2, 3, 4, FHA 1,2, 3, soororory 4, Music
Football 1, 2, 3, 4, Letter 3, 4, All-Conference Foot- Club 3, Vice President 4: Band 1, Letter 2, 3, 43 Junior
ball 1st Team 4, Honorable Mention 3: "E" Club 3. Play Usher 3, Senior Play 45 Prom Gendarme 2, Prom
4, Mu Alpha Theta 4, French Honor Society, Science Committee 3.
Club 3,43 Band 1: Prom Committee 3.
PHYLLIS JEAN HAYTER
FHA 2: Band 1,2.
BETTY HEDGER ALLEN
Library Club 3, Violin 1, 2.
BONNIE LOUISE HARGROVE
Perfect Attendance 1, 2, 3: FHA 1, 2, 3, 4: Music Club 4
FHA 1,2, 3, 4, Music Club 3, 45 Band 1, Letter 2, 3,43
Junior Play Usher 33 Senior Play Production Staff 4,
Class Ring Committee 3.
GAA 4, Playday 4: FHA 1.2, 3,43 Glee Club 13 Junior
Play Usher 33 Prom Committee 3.
Football 1, FFA 1,2, 3, Hi-Y 3, President 4, Glee
DONNA SUE HICKS
Honor Roll 1, 2, 3, 4, Class Secretary 1, Treasurer 4,
Cheerleader 3, Letter 3, Annual Staff Clubs Editor 4,
GAA Awards 1, 3, 4, Vice President 4, Playday 3, 4,
GAA Camp 3, French Club 1,2, 3, 4, National Thes-
pian Society 3, 4, Junior Play 3, Senior Play 4, Thes-
pian Play 4, Glee Club 1, Prom Gendarme 2, Prom
Committee 3, Letter Girl 4.
Football 1, 2, 3, 4, Letter 4, Track 1, 2, 3, 4, Letter
4, Baseball 3,4, Letter 4, "E" Club 4, Glee Club 1,
Junior-Senior Play Production Staff 3,4, Industrial
Arts Club 1, 2.
Hi-Y 4, Industrial Arts Club 1,2, Radio Club 3, Eti-
quette Club 3.
Honor Roll 1, 2, 3, 4, National Honor Society 2, 3,
Reporter 4, Perfect Attendance 1, 2,3, Cheerleader
1.2, 3, Letter 1, 2, 3, Annual Staff Activities Editor
4, GAA Awards 1, 3, 4, Secretary 4, Playday 3, French
Club 1,2,3, 4, National Thespian Society 3, Reporter
4, Junior Play 3, Senior Play 4, Honor Society Play
3, Thespian Play 4, Glee Club 1, Band 1, Letter 2,
3,4, Twirler 1, 2, 3, 4, District Contest 1, 2, State
Contest 1, Music Festival 1, Prom Committee 3,
Talent Show 1, 3, Eagles -Eye Staff 4.
Perfect Attendance 1, Library Club 3, 4.
Harrisburg 1, Honor Roll 2,3,4, Annual Staff Calen-
dar Editor 4, Hi-Tri 1, French Club 2, 3, GAA 3,4,
Playday 3, National Thespian Society 2,3,4, Thespian
of the Year 3, Junior Play 3, Senior Play Production
Staff 4, Thespian Play Production sraff 4, Coronation
Pianist 3, Band 1,2, 3, Twirler 1, 3, District Contest
2, Prom Committee 3, Polio Queen Candidate 3.
S011 in rs
Detroit 23 Honor Roll 3,43 Library Club 3, Secretary 4. Honor Roll 1, 2, 3, 43 Perfect Attendance 23 Basketball
GLENDELL G. LOVELLETTE
Track 23 Photography Club 43 FFA 1,2, 3, 4, Parlia-
mentary Procedure Contest 3,4, Meat Judging 2,
Dairy Judging 2, 3, 4, State Judging 3, Grain Show
1, 2, 3, 4, Livestock Show 2, 3, 4,
Annual Salesman 13 Basketball 13 Football 1, 2, 3, 4,
Letter 2, 3,43 Track 1,2, 3, Letter 2, 33 "E" Club 3,
43 Photography Club 1.
13 Baseball 3, 4, Letter 3, 43 Mu Alpha Theta 43 French
Club 13 National Thespian Society 3, 43 Junior Play
Production staff 33 Senior Play 43 Thespian Play Pro-
duction staff 43 Hi-Y 1.2, 3 Reporter 43 Science
Club Treasurer 43 Boys' State Delegate 3.
IUDITH SUE MCGOWAN
French Club 1, 2, 3, 43 Music Club 3, President 43
Band 1, Letter 2, 3, 43 Junior Play Production Staff 3
Senior Play 4.
Honor Roll 23 Class President 2, 33 Football 1,2, 3, 4
Letter 2, 3,41 Basketball 1.2, 3, Letter 33 Track 13
Baseball 33 "E" Club 2,3,43 Music Club 3,42 Prom
LINDA SUE MACE
GAA 3,4, Biology Club 2.
GAA 3,4, Award 3, Playday 3, FHA 1,2,3,4, Senior
Play Usher 4.
SHARON WALLACE MELVIN
GAA 3,4, Photography Club President 3, Glee Club
1,3,4, Junior Play Production Staff 3, Prom Commit-
Football 1,2, 3, 4, Letter 3, 4, All-Conference Foot-
ball 1st Team 4, Basketball 1,2, 3,4, Letter 3,4,
Track 2, Baseball 3,4, Letter 3,4, "E" Club 3, 4,
French Club 1,2,3, President 4, Music Club 3, 4,
Band 1, Prom Garcon 2, Prom Committee 3.
FFA 1, 2, 3, 4, Grain Show 1,2.
Honor Roll 1, 2, 3, 4, Student Council 1, 2, 3, Vice
President 4, Cheerleader 3, 4, Letter 3,4, Annual
Salesman 4, GAA Awards 1, 3, 4, Playday 3, French
Club 1, 2, 3,4, National Thespian Society 3,4, Junior
Play 3, Senior Play 4, Thespian Play Production Staff
4, Band 1, 2, 3, Letter Girl 3, Prom Gendarme 2, Prom
Committee 3, Homecoming Queen Candidate 4,
Eagles-Eye Staff 4, Tallent Show 3.
Football 4, Letter 4, Track 2,3,4, Letter 3, 4, "E"
Club 3, 4, Music Club 3, 4.
Honor Roll 1, 2, 3, 43 National Honor Society 2, Secre-
tary 3, 43 English Award 2,33 Scholastic Award 23 Fren-
ch II Award 23 Perfect Attendance 1,2,33 Annual
Salesman 3, Senior Editor 43 Mu Alpha Theta 3,42
GAA Awards 3,4, Playday 33 French Club 1, 2, Made-
moiselle X 23 French Honor Society3 National Thes-
pian Society 3, Secretary 43 Junior Play Production
Staff 33 Senior Play 4, Student Directorg Honor Society
Play 33 Thespian Play Student Director 43 Prom Gen-
darme 23 Prom Committee 33 Hob-Nob Queen Candi-
Football 1, 2.
LINDA KAY POTTS
Perfect Attendance 23 Commerce Club 4.
LINDA ROSE MOSBY
Honor Roll 43 Class Vice President 13 Annual Salese
man 1,2, 43 GAA Awards 3, 43 FHA 1, 23 National
Thespian Society 13 Junior Play Usher 33 Senior Play
Usher 43 Photography Club President 3, Treasurer 43
Glee Club 13 Band 13 Letter Girl 1,41 Prom Gendarme
23 Prom Committee 33 Polio Queen Candidate 1,23
Basketball Queen Candidate 33 Homecoming Queen
MARTHA L. MURPHY
FHA 13 Library Club 3, 4-3 Glee Club 2, 3, 4.
Football 1,23 Track 1,22 Glee Club 1.
Track 23 Christmas Play 2.
Perfect Attendance 1, 25 Industrial Arts Club 1, 2.
RONNIE RUPHA RD
Hi-Y 3, 4.
ELSIE LOU RUSSELL
Glee Club 15 Library Club 3, 4.
Hi-Y 1, 2, 3, 4, Sergeant-at-Arms 3.
Honor Roll 1,2, 3,45 National Honor Society 2, Presi-
dent 3, 45 English Award 15 French I Award 15 Perfect
Attendance 35 Student Council 1,2, Treasurer 3, 45
Class President 15 Annual Salesman 1,2, Assistant
Editor 3, Editor 45 Track 1, 2, 3, Letter 2,35 Basket-
ball 15 Mu Alpha Theta 3,45 French Honor Society5
National Thespian Society 4, Thespian of the Year
3: Junior Play 35 Senior Play 45 Thespian Play 2,45
Honor Society Play 25 Hi-Y 1, Secretary 2, President
35 Science Club President 3, 45 Music Contests 1, 2, 3.
45 Glee Club 15 Band 1, Letter 2, 3,45 Prom Garcon
25 Prom Committee 3.
Honor Roll 1,45 Perfect Attendance 15 Football 1, 2,
3,4, Letter 3, 45 Track 1, 2, 3, 45 Basketball Statisti-
cian 45 "E" Club 45 Hi-Y 1,2, 35 Science Club 45 Band
15 Class Ring Committee 3.
Cheerleader 2, Letter 25 GAA 1, 3, 4, Award 3, Play-
day 3, 4, Program Committee 45 Prom Committee 35
Talent Show 3.
SUSAN LYNN SCRIBNER
Honor Roll'1, 2, 3,42 National Honor Society 2, Treas-
urer 3, 43 Scholastic Award 23 Biology Award 23 Com-
mencement Marshal 3g Perfect Attendance 13 Class
Secretary 3, Vice President 43 Annual Salesman 3,
Co-Business Manager 43 Cheerleader 3, Letter 3s GAA
Awards 1, 3,4, President 4, Playday 33 GAA Camp
33 Mu Alpha Theta 33 French Club 1,2,3,4: French
Honor Society3 National Thespian Society 3, President
43 Junior Play 33 Senior Play 43 Thespian Play Produc-
tion Staff 43 Prom Gendarme 23 Prom Committee 33
Glee Club 13 Polio Queen Candidate 23 Basketball
Queen Candidate 33 Homecoming Queen Candidatei3, 4.
JAMES L STOVALL
Industrial Arts Club 1, 23 Photography Club 3, 4,
FFA 1,2, 3,4, Judging Teams 1,22 Photography Club 4.
LENORD EUGENE SMITH
Honor Roll 1, 2, 3, 4.
JAMES PHILLIP STINSON
Honor Roll 1, 2, 33 Annual Salesman 1,2, 3, 43 French
Club 3, Vice President 43 Junior Play 33 Senior Play
43 Industrial Arts Club 1, Secretary-Treasurer 2,
Award 1, 23 Band 13 Prom Garcon 2.
JOHN K. TOWLE
Perfect Attendance 13 Glee Club 13 French Club 1,2,
Track 23 FFA 1,2, 3, Treasurer 4, Parliamentary Pro-
cedure Team 2, Livestock Judging Team 3, State
Judging Team 3, Leadership Training School 3, 4,
Grain Show 3, 4, Livestock Show 43 Photography Club
3, President 4.
JAMES VICKERS REBECCA WETTAW
Perfect Attendance 1,2, 35 Football 1, 25 Basketball Honor Roll 2,45 French ll Award 35 Annual Salesman
4, Letter 45 Hi-Y 4. 1,2, Faculty Editor 45 GAA 1, Award 3,4, Playday
35 FHA 1, Recreation Chairman 2, Award 1,25
JAMES F. TURNER French Club 2,3,45 National Thespian Society 3, 45
Galatia 1, 25 Football 45 Hi-Y 3,45 Junior Play Pro- Junior Play 35 Senior Play 45 Thespian Play Usher
duction Staff 35 Commerce Club 35 Band 1, 25 Music and Musician 45 Prom Committee 35 Glee Club 15
Club 45 Glee Club 4. Band 1, Letter 2,3,4, District Band Contest 2, State
Contest 25 District Twirling Contest 3, State Contest
35 Homecoming Pianist 4,
RONNIE WATSON JOHN PAUL WHITE
Track 1,2, Letter 25 Cross-Country 25 "E" Club 15
FFA 2, Meat Judging Contest 25 Photography Club 15 PHYLLIS WHITLOCK
Music Club 15 Prom Garcon 2. Harrisburg 1, 25 GAA 1,25 Hi-Tri 1,25 Pep Club 1,25
Photography Club Secretary and Reporter 45 Library
JANET WESLEY Club 3, Treasurer 45 Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 45 Letter Girl
Honor Roll 2, 35 Biology Club 25 Commerce Club 45 Senior Play Production Staff 45 Prom Committee
President 3, 4. 35 Clarion Reporter 25 Eagles-Eye Staff 4.
JAMES ROBERT WHYTE JAMES R. WILLIAMS
Honor Roll 3: FFA 1,2, Vice President 3, President Football 1: Basketball 1,2: Track 1: Hi-Y 1, 2, 3.4.
4, Parliamentary Procedure Contest 2, Grain Judging
Contest 3, Leadership Training School 3,4, Livestock JOYCE ANN WILLIAMS
Sh0w 3.4: Hi-Y' 3: National Thespian Society 3.4: GAA 4: FHA 1: Library Club 3: Glee Club 1, 2, 3,4.
Junior Play 3: Senior Play 4: Thespian Play 4.
JOE WILKINSON DEAN BARROWMAN
Honor Roll 1, 2, 3: National Honor Society 2: Football JUDITH ANN GINGRICH
1: Basketball 1: Baseball 4: French Club 1,2: Photo- 15555 D, MURpHY
graphy Club 4: Music Club 4: Glee Club 1: Junior CLARENCE NALLEY
Play Production Staff 3.
LEON WILLIS JOYCE ANN WILSON
Honor Roll 2: GAA 4: FHA 1,2, Project Chairman 3:
HUGH ED WILSON Library Club 3.
Honor Roll 1,2, 3, 4: Perfect Attendance 3: FFA 1,2,
Assistant Reporter 3, Secretary 4: Livestock Show 3, V101-ET WRIGHT
Leadership Training School 4, Swine Production Award Honor R011 1- 2' 37 National Honor Society 2- 33 Por'
3' Market Day 1, 2, 3.4: photography Club 3.4. fect Attendance 1, 3: FHA 1: GAA 3, 4: Mu Alpha
Theta 3, 4: French Club 2, 3, 4: Junior Play 3: Senior
Play 4: Prom Committee 3.
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in our academic subjects,
A graduating senior gets infor-
mation about college from Mr.
Rhine, the Guidance Director.
We can get additional information
on all our subjects in the library.
Seniors learn outline form in English IV.
German is offered for the first time in several years
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learn to fill out income tax returns in Economics.
. in our zfocational subjects,
Girls learn domestic skills in our modern Home Ec laboratory.
Typing is one of the most useful subjects taught by our commercial department
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SEATED: Diane Hafford, Rose Miller,
Lynda Irvin, Pat Johnson, Judy Broad-
hurst, Rebecca Wetraw, Janey Barnett,
Shirley Cochran, Donna Hicks, Connie
Pemberton. STANDING: Linda Dillard,
Mary Ellen Dillard, Ronnie Hall, Lenord
Smith, Ralph Adams, Jon Boczkiewicz,
Jim Bramlet, Hugh Wilson, David Reeves
Linda Mace, Louise Joyner. Not pictured,
SEATED: Pat Lasseter, Nancy Hardesty,
Carolyn Bean, Carol Jones, Marilyn
Stearns, Bonnie Johnson, Judith Forrester,
Janet Bixler, Delores Rider. STANDING:
Sandra Cooper, Irma Everett, Jared Baker
John Ferrell, Ronnie Cantrell, Richard
Wettaw, Bobby Farkas, Cynthia Baker,
S OPH OMORES
SEATEDg Alice Wilson, Marva Gwaltney,
Jane Pulliam, Brenda Rhine, Karen White
Faye Tison, Joyce Schmitt, Trudy Gid-
cumb. STANDING: Don Arflack, Tom
Pinnell, David Irvin, Tom Herndon, Jack
Lane, Jack Muckley, James McKinney,
SEATED: Carolyn Omohundro, Judy
Noelle, Linda Brown, Brenda Jones,
Carletta Gibson, Sara Jane Spencer,
Carole Lyon. STANDING: Kenneth
Ramsey, Larry Johnson, James Cook,
Don Ferrell, Joe Kingery, John white,
Steve Kotner, Lonnie Cochran, Kenneth
Farmer, Blaney Laffoon, James Evans.
Not pictured, Diane Boston.
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FRONT ROW: Coach Adams, Hall, Rains, McCa1lister, Bertino, Holman, Bray, Mitchell, Coach Kings-
ton. BACK ROW: McMahon, Mangrum, Phelps, G. Hall, Barker, Wilson, Scates, Hatfield, Laffoon,
Muckley, Cummings, Everett, Hopkins, Davis, Fowler, Miller, Adams, Neal, Barrowman,
FRONT ROW: Coach Harris, Davenport, White, Phelps, Wesley, Miller, Viers, Kingston, Muckley,
Wilson, McGowan, Lane, Bramlet, Morris - Manager. BACK ROW: Everett, Murphy, Kotner, P.
Bertino, Johnston, Barker, Kelly, Smith, Ruphard, Cochran, Genet, Fuller, Ewan, Ralston, M. Bertino,
Pinnell, Gintert, Laffoon, Kingery, Koval, Barnett, Barrowman, Hammersley, Rider, Bruce.
THORTQN DAVIS BOB BARKER DEAN BARROWMAN HM MITCHELL BILL HOPKINS
End Tackle Halfback
Marion 26 6
McLeansboro 53 6
Harrisburg 20 13
Johnston City 6 6
Norris City 89 0
West Frankfort 7 25
Benton 19 13
Metropolis 36 6
Princeton, Ky. O 27
Marion '7 0
McLeansboro 52 0
Harrisburg 40 6
Johnston City 48 0
West Frankfort 60 0
Carmi 35 0
Norris City 34 0
Benton 20 13
Metropolis 31 20
RONNIE HATFIELD CHARLES WILSON PHILIP NEWTON
End Tackle Guard
McCa11ister scores against Mcbeansboro.
RONNIE PHELPS GAYLE CUMMINGS
STANDING: Coach Adams, Donald Wayne, Rex Holman Jack Lane Gary McGowan Fred Ewan Brian
Davenport, Richard Bramlet, Mike Viers, Coach Kingston SEATED Joe Kingery Jim Vickers Jack
Fowler, Thornton Davis, Jack Muckley, Larry Miller
The Eagles basketball team was unsuccessful
in many of its games during the 1958-59
season, but toward the latter part of the year,
it showed considerable improvement. There
are good prospects for the coming years, and
with some more training and hard work, a
better record could be achieved next year.
The Eagles took third place in the Saline
County Tournament, and later played an
improving brand of ball by defeating Norris
City and Carrier Mills, avenging previous
defeats. The Eagles will lose four lettermeng
Vickers, Fowler, Miller, and Davis, but there
are good underclassmen coming up. An out-
standing feat of the year was the breaking of
the school scoring record by Thornton Davis.
This record was previously held by Keith
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from Harrisburg and McLeansboro and defeated
Johnston City and Harrisburg in duel meets. Leo-
nard Willis placed in the Hurst-Bush relays. The
distance medley placed in the West Frankfort re-
lays, and the sprint medley team placed in the
SEATED: Hatfield, McCallister, Brown, Holman,
Reeves, Willis. STANDING: Coach Harris, Miller
Adams, Davenport, Fowler, Lane, Hopkins, Phelps
Falk, Laffoon, Pool, Muckley, Feuquay, Justice,
Mitchell, Coach Redden, Bramler, Coach Adams.
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baseball team since before 1920. The team's lack
of experience showed up in the record of the season
play. However, with most of the team back this
year, things should look up in baseball.
KNEELING: Flanders, Viers, Phelps, Mangrum
Lane, Christy, Bertino. STANDING: King, Hopkins
Wilson, Vessell, Fowler, Pool, Miller, Coach Adams
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The Christmas program.
The Glee Club performed for various civic organi-
zations during the year. It also gave concerts for
the student body at Thanksgiving and Christmas.
Some members were entered in the district contest
in the spring.
The Thanksgiving program.
The band performed at all home football
and basketball games as well as leading pep
parades. Several concerts were given for
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the student body and for the public.
Leona Bray, Shirley Hedger, Georgetta
Martin, Barbara Hafford, Trudy Gidcumb,
FIRST ROW: David Reeves, David
Duncan, Nick Barker, Don Ferrell,
Ronnie Watson. SECOND ROW:
Daniel Harris, Rodger Edwards,
Sharon Coffee, Alice Wilson,
Shirley Butler, Jim Gray. THIRD
ROW: Sarah Nave, Kitty Hedger,
Diane Hafford, Linda Brown, Mary
Ann Cox, Larry Johnson. FOURTH
ROW: Carolyn Prather, Randall
FIRST ROW: Peggy Barker, Linda
Hickman, Betty Jones, Barbara
Meyers. SECOND ROW: Ronnie
Carter, Dallas Hicks, Mary Chesney
Jean Lynch, Vicki Kasiar, Charlene
Mitchell. THIRD ROW: Bonnie
Johnson, Barbara Ecklund, Deanna
Brantley, Karen White, Brenda
Jones, Sue McGowan.
Jane Barnett, Joyce Schmitt, Pat
Lasseter, Lynda Irvin, Vicki Brown,
Rita Towle, Deanna Brantley.
Karen White, Linda Mosby, Carol
Jones, Pat Skelton, Donna Hicks,
Phyllis Whitlock, Bonnie Johnson,
Joyce Fink, Barbara Ecklund, Kay
The band is on parade
"Murder Takes the Vei1" takes place in
a convent school, St. Aurelien's. After
the school hires three new male in-
structors, Trillium unexpectedly comes
upon certain evidence that leads her to
believe that one of the three men killed
her father. Suddenly blind Sister Etienne's
habit disappears, and on the night of the school play Tri11ium's
roommate is murdered. It soon becomes evident that the
murderer is using the old Sister's habit for his disguise which
enables him to get around the convent unnoticed. Then a
traveling churn salesman is killed because he reveals that he
witnessed the murder of Trillium 's father, The killer, still
attired in the habit, seeks out Trillium who is under constant
watch of the Sheriff and Mother Theodore, However, Trillium
is lured from her room and is exposed to the killer. This
time the Sheriff has set a trap, and the killer is caught and
brought to justice,
"Murder Takes the Veil"
Trillium Pierce - - - - - - -
Crispin Archer -
Mr. Torvaldson - - -
Franz Eric - - -
Kathy Thatcher - - - -
Helen Perry ---- - -
Mary Elizabeth - - -
Nerissa - -
Minna - ----
Sister Osmond - - - -
Sister Etienne - - -
Sister Raymond -
Erminie Wagner - - - - -
Mr. Perry -----
Mrs. Perry - - -
Jarvis Thatcher -
- - - - DAVID REEVES
Hy Muckleroy - - - -
- SUSAN SCRIBNER
' ' 'JAY FLANDERS
- - - - KENT BAIRD
- PHILLIP STINSON
- - CYNTHIA GRAY
- DIANE HAFFORD
- - LINDA FLANNIGAN
- - - KAREN EWAN
- - - LYNDA IRVIN
- - - DONNA HICKS
- - VIOLET WRIGHT
- - SUE MCGOWAN
- - ROSE MILLER
- - -JAMES WHYTE
' ' ' ' ION BOCZKIEWICZ.
- -DAVID DUNCAN
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The other cast presented a sterling matinee
performance for the high school on February
26. They did equally well in their evening
presentation for the public, keeping the
audience laughing and maintaining great
suspense until the play's end.
Dr. Fersig - - - -
Bill Carter -
Elaine ---- -
Mrs, Embry -
- MIKE MANGRUM
- -RONNIE CARTER
- -GARY BARTON
- PHILIP NEWTON
- CYNTHIA BAKER
- BONNIE JOHNSON
' ' - RENA HODGE
Ollie ----- - -BARBARA ECKLUND
- - - JANET BIXLER
Suspicion has developed
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The annual homecoming coronation was held October 16, 1958, following the presenta-
tion of the Senior Class Play. Her Majesty, Linda Flannigan, was crowned queen by
his Majesty, Mike McMahon, football co-captain. The Royal Court consisted of the
Princess Royal, Brinda Flannigan, escorted by Jack Fowler, football co-captain, Susan
Scribner, escorted by Bill Hopkins, Linda Mosby, escorted by Larry Miller, and Rose
Miller, escorted by Thorton Davis. The Court Pages were Gary Bray and Ralph Adams.
Other attendants were Susan Lori Edwards, crown bearerg Sally Dallas, flowergirlg Kent
Gidcumb, gift bearer, and David Hausser, train bearer. Mr. David Posey was soloist,
and Miss Rebecca Wettaw was pianist. The coronation was directed by Mrs. Laura Mc-
Dermott anfi Mrs. Doris Camp. The narration was done by Mrs. McDermott.
The Rox al
A blond with heavenly blue
eyes - the promised breath of
springtime - we think heaven
must have sent her our way.
MISS BRINDA FLANNIGAN
First Lady in Waiting:
A raven-haired beauty with
flashing eyes - she brings fas-
cination ro His Majesty's Court,
MISS LINDA MOSBY
Second Lady in Waiting:
Sweeter than the roses in May -
young, warm, wonderful - truly
an American Beauty Rose.
MISS ROSE MILLER
Third Lady in Waiting:
A honey blond - enchanting as
a fairy princess from storybook
land - lovely to look at - de-
lightful to know.
MISS SUSAN SCRIBNER
The Queen is crowned!
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Rose Miller, Basketball Queen
In a lovely and impressive ceremony a fairy dream came true. On the evening of February 26, 1959,
Rose Miller was crowned Basketball Queen. Miss Miller was attended by the King, Thornton Davis,
Captain of the basketball team.
Members of the Royal Court were Rena Hodge, escorted by Gene Hallg Joyce Fink, escorted by Jack
Muckley: Brinda Flannigan, escorted by Larry Miller, the Princess Royal, Linda Mosby, escorted by
Jack Fowler. The Court Chamberlains were Donald Wayne and Rex Holmang Crown Bearer, Cynthia
Hodge, and Train Bearer, Rodney Harris. The Soloist, by Royal appointment, was David Reeves, ac-
companied by Rebecca Wettaw,
Directors of the Coronation Ceremony were Mrs, Everett McDermott, also Narrator, and Mrs. Gene Camp
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nie Pemberton, Shirley Cochran, Carol Jones. STANDING Helen Spencer, Vice President Cynthia
Baker, Marilyn Stearns, Treasurerg Lynda Irvin, Ronnie Hall David Reeves, President Jared Baker,
Richard Wettaw, Mrs, Camp, Mrs. McDermott, Sponsors. Not pictured Susan Scribner
ational Honor Society
The National Honor Society is composed of students who
maintain a 4,5 grade average with no grade below a "C,"
and possess the qualities of service, leadership, and char-
acter. One of the c1ub's projects was selling home-made
candy. In the spring the members of the society took a
trip of high educational value. The year was brought to
a close with the annual banquet at which the officers for
the coming year were installed and the new members were
Von L. Baker
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Shirley discuss a lay-
Shirley proofreads her
We, the staff, present the 1959 Golden E
to you. We have tried to picture the things
which make up our school, its students,
buildings, activities, and organizations.
lt is our hope that this book will be a last-
ing memory of the events of the past year,
and that it will bring many hours of plea-
sure to you.
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The Student Council is an organization whose purpose
is to give the student body an opportunity to voice
their opinions in the administration of the school.
The Council consists of two boys and two girls from
each class elected their freshman year to serve on the
Council for four years.
This year, under the direction of Mr. Charles Greer,
the Student Council sponsored assembly programs,
gave sock hops, directed the Homecoming, published
a newspaper, and from time to time met with the
principal to discuss various problems. It also began
work toward a student lounge in our school,
Council members write
MARILYN ST EARNS
The Eagle s Eye
This year, for the first time in several years,
a newspaper was published at E.T. H.S. The
paper, under the direction of the Student
Council, contained sports and club news, a
crossword puzzle, feature articles, gossip,
and jokes, The staff worked diligently to
make the paper a success.
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Beth ----- -
Mr, March -
Lydia - -
Ellen - -
Judy - - -
Aunt March -
Mr. Brook - -
Mr. Bhaer - -
Hannah ----- -
"Little Women "
- - - LYNDA IRVIN
- -CYNTHIA BAKER
- BONNIE JOHNSON
- - -DONNA HICKS
- - -DAVID REEVES
' ' ' ' ' IAY FIANDERS
- - - - RONNIE CARTER
- -MARY ANN COX
- - -CAROLE LYON
- - - - FAYE TISON
- - - - JAMES WHYTE
- - -GARY BARTON
- - PEGGY BARKER
Student Directors - - CONNIE PEMBERTON
Director - -
Producer - - -
- - - -MR. RHINE
- - -MR. PCBEY
10's play, "THE WITCH'S CURSE
The family discusses Amy's trip.
FRONT ROW: D. Ecklund, J. Woolard,
L. Barrett. SECOND ROW: P. Iamerson,
H. Wilson, Secretary: K. Baird. Vice
President, C. Tucker, Treasurer, G.
Lovellette, Sentinel. I. Whyte, President,-
D. Etienne, Reporter, L. Grisham, G.
Justice, R. Harrawood, C. Mosby. THIRD
ROW: K. Ramsey, D, wargel, B. Carter,
M. Baird, R. Gholson, D, Barrett, D.
Unthank, R. Gass, B. Williams, T. Arthur
L. Cochran, A. Mosby, G. Cohlmeyer,
H. C. Bishop. BACK ROW: L. Hammer-
sley, C. Lewis, B. Edwards, J. Kittinger,
G. Ping, G. Woolard, H. Massey, C.
Wilson, L. Lovellette, D. Sutton, G,
Davis, I. Wargel, K. Maloney, K. Baird,
Mr. H. C. Bishop is stressing the
importance of safety in his opera-
tional instructions on acetylene
Glendell Lovellette and Gerald
Davis are reconditioning a section
harrow by turning worn teeth around
and replacing broken ones,
Mr, A. A. Gholson, President of
the Saline County Soil Conservation
District, presents cash awards to
Ralph Gass and Lonnie Cochran who
won the county conservation essay
contest. Mr, Raymond Coontz,
soil conservationist, looks on.
Adult and Young
These Agriculture Advisory Council
members are helping to plan activ-
ities for the Agriculture Department.
Mr. Robert Duckworth, farm machinery
mechanic, is showing Jim Wintizer,
Howard Plunkett, and Marion Grisham
how to determine cylinder wear.
Mr. Don Wallace, soil specialist from
the State Agriculture Department,
explains to the Soil and Fertilizer
class how soil usage can affect crop
yields on our timber soils.
Mr. Bishop looks over a feeding
parlor for confined feeding operations
on the farm of Mr. F. E. Bramlet.
This facility offers better parasitical
control, lower feeding cost, and
minimum labor requirements,
Le Cercle Francais is an organization of approxi-
mately one hundred members. All present and
former French students are eligible for member-
ship. Its purpose is to create interest in French
culture and language through educational pro-
grams and guest speakers.
The activities of the club are divided into three
groups. The philanthropic group included the
participation in the annual civic Christmas pro-
gram, Among the educational activities is our
membership in the Societe Honoraire de Francaise.
The publicity this year included a personal ap-
pearance on television of the members of the
Societe Honoraire de Francaise, The club re-
porter submitted a thesis to the French Review,
the official publication of the A,A.T.F.
This year's initiates.
A NN MURPHY
DI.AN E HAFFORD
A Committee Meeting
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The Future Homemakers of America is an organization
restricted to girls who have had or are taking home
economics. The organization trains each member for
home, school, and community activities. It helps
members understand the opportunities open to them in
the field of home economics. Members are also taught
to understand their neighbors.
A few outstanding programs we had this year were a
style show, a cooking demonstration, a Mother and
Daughter Tea, and the House of Delegates meeting.
Some of our projects were a hot dog stand at football
games and a coat check stand in the gym,
The E,T.H.S. Hi-Y Club is a member of the national
organization of the Y. M.C.A. Our purpose is to create
high standards of Christian Living. We maintain this
standard by attending at least three churches a year.
We extend the standard through our community service
During the school year we participated in many ac-
tivities, Some of these were the Youth Festival, the
Officers' Workshop, and the Pre-Legislative Conference
Our most important activity was participating in the
Youth and Government Program at Springfield, Ernie
Henson and Richard Pool were the representatives from
our club, Our bill was on religious education.
Our representatives to Springfield.
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Our formal initiation.
The Girl's Athletic Association, besides being one of
the largest clubs in the school, was also one of the
The club year began with Mrs. Bishop as sponsor.
Hockey teams were organized, and November 9, the
school was entertained with a hockey game.
At the beginning of the second semester, Mrs. Arens
man, our new sponsor, helped us select a girls' "All-
Star" basketball team.
An informal initiation was held at Karel Park, A
formal initiation was held later in the girls' gym.
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President - - -
Vice President -
Secretary - - -
Treasurer - -
Reporter - -
Sponsors - -
- - CHARLES TUCKER
- - - - - JOHN WHITE
- - PHYLLIS WHITLOCK
- ' - - LINDA MOSBY
- - - - -MR, BAKER
The Photography Club aims to broaden the interests
and knowledge of its members in the qualities re-
quired to take and process good pictures. Activities
included a local contest, participation in the Na-
tional Contest and a public display of prize-winning
- - - - DAVID REEVES
- ION BCCZKIEWICZ.
- - DAVID DUNCAN
- - -HAL KING
' ' JAY FLANDERS
- - MR, PHARES
The Science Club is open to anyone who has had
or is taking Biology, Chemistry, or Physics. Club
programs are aimed at broadening the members'
knowledge in science.
President -------- ------- MIK E VIERS In the Library Club members are taught to appre-
Vice President - - - -BRIAN DAVENPORT ciate good literature and become acquainted with
Secretary ---- ---- L OUISE JOYNER it. The members give book reviews and criticisms
Treasurer - - - - - - PHYLLIS WHITIJOCK They also learn the functions of the library.
Reporter - - - - JIMMY JOHNSTON
Sponsor - - ---- MRS. BARNES
Vice President - -
Sponsors - -
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-MIKE MCMAHON The purpose of the "E" Club is to teach better
- - - -JACK FOWLER sportsmanship and conduct among athletes. Mem
THORNTON DAVIS bership is restricted to boys who have earned let-
- - -RONNIE HALL ters in any varsity sport.
- - - -MR, ADAMS
- Another yearl Doesn 't time fly? We have four new teachers -
Mr. Kingston, Mr. Phares. Mr. Posey. and Mr. Hausser. Class
officers and sponsors were elected.
- The Annual F.F.A. Livestock Show.
- Magazine sales began today with a "pep-talk" to the student body.
- Football season started with a BANG today - a new "pep-parade'
and a pep meeting.
- B-squad game,
- Magazine sales ended today. High salesman was Ralph Gass.
Freshman Student Council electiong Lonnie Cochran, Carletta
Gibson, Don Ferrell, Rita Towle elected.
- Home game with McLeansboro.
- Mrs. Wood, a nurse from Saint Mary 's School of Nursing, spoke to
girls about a nursing career.
- Yearbook sales began. E.T.H.S. is the best! Beat Harrisburg.
- Clubs were organized and officers elected.
- Ballgame with Johnston City,
- Homecoming Queen election today.
- Game with Norris City.
The first issue of the school newspaper.
Another "first" - a bonfire and snake-dance,
Senior Class Play, "Murder Takes the Veil. " Whodunit? Home-
coming Coronation, and a Queen to be proud of, Miss Linda Flan-
Game with West Frankfort. No school today, Teacher's Meeting.
Reverend Joe Estes spoke to the student body. The W.C.T.U.
sponsored a movie.
Reverend Ferrell Jenkins addressed us.
Game with Christopher.
Mr. Dellavaus told us about "Good Manners. "
Schoo1's out - Teacher's Meeting. Game with Benton.
School election held by the Civics classes. Mr. Blewette took
names for Senior name cards.
Game with Metropolis,
School entertained with G.A. A. hockey game.
No school today, Another Teacher's Meeting,
Game with Princeton, Kentucky.
Basketball season opened with Marion.
Members of Champaign, Julia F. Burnham School of Nursing spoke
Thanksgiving program by band and Glee Club. We have so much
to be thankful for.
Basketball game with Harrisburg.
- Game with Carrier Mills,
- 'Little women," a favorite, was brought to life by our Thespians
- Game with Johnston City.
- Basketball game with Mcheansboro.
- Christmas vacation. Glee Club gave program.
- School resumed.
- Game with Johnston City. Football letters awarded before as-
- 15 - 16 - THE Days. Exams. Sleep? who Slept?
- Game with West Frankfort.
- Polio candidates elected. Lost two teachers: Mrs. Bishop and
Mrs. O'Brien. Gained two teachers: Mrs. Arensman and Miss
- 25 - Saline County Toumament. Played here.
- Reverend Eddie Hatfield spoke to us today. His subject was "You
ARE Important. "
- 31 - Games with Norris City and Carmi,
- Shots. Roll up yer sleeve, Sonny.
- W.C.T.U. Essay Contest winners announced.
- Today we voted for Homecoming Queen.
- Game with Benton.
- We were sorry to lose Mrs. English. Mrs. Fowler is the new of-
- College Day for Seniors at Harrisburg. Do you feel like grown-
ups, or maybe " growin'-ups" ?
- Reverend James Johnsen spoke to us.
- Basketball game with Carrier Mills. We wonl I 1
- Junior Class Play, "The Skeleton Walks. " Rose Miller crowned
Today we were happy to have the SIU Choir.
12 - 13 - The Sectional Tournament. In our gym!
- Charles King was our guest today. Program sponsored by Student
- We were addressed by Ministers.
Today was Career Day,
Guest speaker. Tests were given to eighth graders in Study Hall,
Wonder why they seem shy - could we be "Upperclassmen"?
The Hob-Nob. "Step right up, folks, and see the world's greatest
The Long Awaited Prom. The big night. Thank you, Juniors, for
a lovely evening.
The Thespian initiation and installation of new officers.
26 - 27 - The End! Final exams,
Graduation. This is it, Seniors.
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