Elverado High School - Falcon Yearbook (Elkville, IL)

 - Class of 1963

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Elverado Community Unit High School Elkville, Illinois presents Volume I The Falcon 1962-1963 , m m n m mm 43: s: umn - w m in m m m :3 mm m m ' at u m u Foreword . . . Nineteen hundred sixty-two and nineteen hundred sixty -three both gave a few of their months to make a school year. . .a memory. . .a part of our lives. We saw many things during our year--from the Cuban crisis to new space conquests to the making and parting of friends. Closer to home, we witnessed the making of a new unit school district. We found ourselves a place on the ground floor and watched the unit grow and mature through its first year. We saw how classes grew in size, how outlooks broadened, but most of all, how quality education con- tinued. As we reach the end of this year, our first at ECUHS, We find our memory bank with added stock. Whether your most remembered time be homecoming, tournament time, a special date, or just some special class, it is our aim to preserve this tnemory for you. May v0u carry this 1 book with you throughout life and treasure the memories it will always bring back to you. i Many of the pictures in this book will, we hope, surprise you. It has been our aim to pre- sent a book which is complete--whi1e being spontaneous--one which portrays a school as it ac- tually is. Contents . . . Dedication Administration Faculty Classes Sports Favorites Activities Organizations Dedication . . . i 1 v ,- t t i i Hi 3 1i i i , 4y Hmw "America, America, God shed his grace on thee, And crowned thy good with brotherhood, From sea to shining sea . . . " To whom? Or what? Tangible? Intangible? These questions raced through our minds for many hours when we tried to select an appropriate recipient for our dedication. We wanted something with sentimental value - yet not mushy; something more spiritual and idealistic than tangible; something which touched each of us - not just some. Our year of 1962-1963 brought many rough times to America. She struggled through a maze of difficult foreign decisions. her position sometimes frightening us deeply. Once again, she came through with head held high. Yes, we chose to dedicate this book to America and Americans as a way of reaffirming our faith in her and them. Surely she is blessed "from sea to shining sea. " 4, q would not hesitate to say ihagt m United States is the finest society 63an 1 - grand scale that the world has thus Agroducedf, x ' Alfred N orth Whitehead Administration . . . A MESSAGE FROM THE SUPERINTENDENT: Students, I am happy to have this opportunity to extend my appreciation to one of the finest groups of studentsI have had thepleasure of knowing. The co-operationand harmony within and among our schools causes me to wonder how we got along without each other before. As the years pass and you open this excellent memory book to relive the most pleasant years, remember when you were the first and remind yourselves to always be first at whatever task you may undertake. Bring honor to yourselves and to your school. Sincerely, Robert M. Munday UNIT SUPERINTENDENT Robert M. Munday BOARD OF EDUCATION LEFT TO RIGHT: Kenneth Tyner, Secretary, Jack Barber. George Maksin, Clifford Batteau, Robert M. Munday. Unit Superintendent, Clifford Giffin, Elvin Shupe, Ervin Blumenstock, President Faculty . . .. 7 H H a "W : w'v H ,m Wu H um um u ,, u u JERRY AKEN Bachelor of Science Southern Illinois University Junior Class Co-Sponsor Industrial Arts ROGER BUYAN Bachelor of Science Southern Illinois University Sophomore Class Sponsor Head CoaCh American History Health Boys' P. E. BOB DAWE Bachelor of Science University of Tennessee Freshman Class Sponsor Assistant Coach Algebra. Math, Geometry, Geography H and Citizenship w W N' W : h u N W , : ; ALMA HICKS Bachelor of Science Southern Illinois University Junior Class Co-Sponsor F, H. A. Sponsor Home Economics DON KILPATRICK Bachelor of Science Southern Illinois University Senior Class Sponsor Chemistry, Biology General Science BARNEY MUNDAY Bachelor of Science Wesleyan University Bachelor of Science Southern Illinois University Band and Chorus PALMA RE Bachelor of Science Southern Illinois University Librarian Co-Sponsor Cheerleader Sponsor Thespian Sponsor English, Speech, French, and Girls' P. E. RAY SHANNON Bachelor of Science Southern Illinois University Falcon Sponsor The Tattler Sponsor Librarian Co-Sponsor Business Subjects English xxxxxxxxxxx xp mm DON STRICKLIN H Master of Science Southern Illinois University World History, Drivers' Education, Psychology, Boys' P. E. School Employees. . . As valuable to a school as its teachers are other employees. Below are listed four with whom we would dislike doing without. SARAH HOLLIDAY who keeps our records straight, listens to our troubles, and in general, acts as friend and counselor. HOMER RAINS, . WW ' mum without whom the cobwebs would overtake us. L Whatever need we may have for Homer, we fihd him with a smile, willing to help. MARY CASLETON and SHIRLEY HOLMES, These two ladies have a special place in most of our hearts: Not only is their food good--there is never a dull moment when they are around. H W Hun n Wu H H M anHuHHHH Classes q hope we shall never forget that we created this nation, not to serve ourselves, but to serve man- kind? M Wood wWilson xu H3: mm H u u u u u u- u M M MMHMMMMJHHM HM M a:vw umuuuwww: "1 M mm, 'twnwn- m-w'vn'ln 'I '1 W I nmmml r-nnnnanl- 11:1!11 H1:- :11va '11121'wnl-I'auw M, Mr' I I E 3 E F VH1 II "TH INT!!! 1 Z! Iltnt. x," Presenting . . . The Class of 1963 President Arvel "Blackie" Spain guided the Class of 1963 for the second year in a row. Officers assisting President Spain were: Vice-President RICK WARREN . W! Secretary CATHY RE, Publicity Chairman HERB KMUCHA, Not pictured is the class treasurer, JULIA VANCIL. xx' ELEANOR BERRY MILT ON BOWLIN i 7 iii 7 7 7 h u MW u H h N Hug; uillwhzzJSJzSW m ' . I W W .' W in u n W i0 ANN BREWSTER RANDEL CARTER W W H $7 . W WLJHJJH w WWHW W m w LOUISE CORNETT ORA LEE COX H w SAUNDRA CROWE CLIFTON DAVIS u m HHMHH A u v M Wu H u HHMHH WILLIAM FENTON STEVEN FORD -m M m WHH u m H u u m m M m JH JH m w m x u u u u m mu mmH HERBERT DAVIS JOYCE FARLEY STEVE FOSTER JOHN FUNK PAM GLEATON BOB GREEN CHARLES GUDE DIANE HARMON CHANCEY HICKMAN SCHARLENE HORN HERB KMUCHA LARRY LAMPTON JOYCE HUGGINS ROGER KING HLL LOEH LADONNA LOWE u u x n u u m Mu m m M KARL MAPLE EDDIE MARTIE NORMAN MARTIE SHIRLEY MARTIE m mwmm m 3;; ;;; 1;; ;;; . ADA MAXEDON RAYMOND PABST ; mm m m m u WNW i u HuH wth RALPH SEIBERT ' . ARVEL SPAIN Q mm M u u x m m u m m w M m u m u uuuuu 5yHHHHHHHWW- um 3;; W w 3W 11 11;; 11 244 W RUTH PERRY CATHY RE RICK WARREN KARLA WISELY SANDRA STACY JULIA VANCIL m m w m w W WNW W H W H H RICKY WISELY Senior Activities ELEANOR BERRY - Annual Staff 4; Chorus 1, 2,3; F.H.A. 1, 2, 3,4; Pep Club 2, 3; Prom Com- mittee 8; Prom Waitress 2; Thespian Club 4. MILTON BOWLIN - Band 1, 2, 3, 4; Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4; Football 1, 2, 3,4; Homecoming Escort 4; Librarian 1, 2, 3,4; Paper Staff 2, 8, 4; Prom Committee 3; Shop Club 1; Thespian Club 4; Track 2, 3. JOANN BREWSTER - Class Officer 1,2,3; F.H.A. 1,2,3,4; F.H.A. Officer 2,3; G.A.A. 1,2,3; G.A.A. Officer 3; Junior Play 3; Paper Staff 3; Pep Club 1,2,3; Prom Committee 3. RANDY CARTER - Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4; Football 1, 2,4; Homecoming Escort 4; Pep Club 1,2, 3,4; Shop Club 2; Track 3. LOUISE CORNETT - Chorus 1; F.H.A. 1,2,3,4; F.H.A. Officer 3,4; Librarian 4; Paper Staff 4; Prom Committee 3; Sweetheart Attendant 3; Sweetheart Queen 3; Office Assistant 4. ORA LEE COX - F.H.A. 1,2,3,4; G.A.A. 1,2,3; Junior Play 8; Librarian 1,2,3; Pep Club 1, 2,3. SONNIE CROWE - Chorus 1; F.H.A. 1,2,3,4; Librarian 2,3; Librarian Officer 3; Pep Club 1,2, 3,4; Prom Waitress 2; Thespian Club 4. CLIFF DAVIS - Annual Staff 1,3,4; Baseball 1, 2,3,4; Basketball 1,2, 3, 4; Co-Captain Basket- ball 3; Football 4; Homecoming Escort 4; Junior Play 2,3; Prom Committee 3; Thespian Club 4; Track 4. HERBERT DAVIS - Shop Club 2; Thespian Club 4. JOYCE FARLEY - Chorus 1, 2, 3,4; Class Officer 2, 3; Fall Festival Court 2; F.H.A. 1, 2, 3,4; F.H.A. Officer 3,4; G.A.A. 1,2,3; Junior Play 3; Paper Staff 4; Pep Club 1,2,3,4; Prom Com- mittee 3; Student Council 4; Sweetheart Queen 3; F.H.A. Section Officer 4. TEX FENTON - Basketball 1, 2,3,4; Football 2, 3,4; Homecoming Escort 4; Paper Staff 4; Thes- pian Club 4; Thespian Club President 4; Track 1,2, 3; Usher 3. STEVE FORD 4 Baseball 1; Basketball 1; Football 1,4; Homecoming Escort 4; Prom Waiter 2; Shop Club 2; Thespian Club. STEVE FOSTER - Annual Staff 3.4; Band 1,2, 3,4; Basketball 1,2, 3,4; Co-Captain Football 4; Class Officer 1; Football 2, 3,4; Homecoming Escort 4; Junior Play 2; From Waiter 2; Student Council 3, 4; Student Council Officer 3,4; Thespian Club 4; Thespian Club Officer 4; Track 1, 2, 8; Marshal 3. JOHN FUNK - Football 1,2,3,4; Homecoming Escort 3,4; Prom Committee 3; Shop Club 2; Thespian Club 4. PAM GLEATON - Annual Staff 4; Band 1,2,3,4; Chorus 1; F.H.A. 1,2,3,4; F.H.A. Officer 3; F.H.A. Section Officer 4; Homecoming Court 3; Office Assistant 1.4; Paper Staff 2; Pep Club 1, 2, 3,4; Prom Committee 3; Student Council 1; Thespian Club 4; Thespian Club Officer 4, Mar- shal 3 . BOB GREEN - Basketball 1,2,3; Junior Play 3; Senior Play 3. Senior Activities CHARLES GUDE - Band 1,2; Baseball 1,2; Basketball 1,2,3; Football 1,2,3; Shop Club 2; Thes- pian Club 4; Track 2, 3 . DIANE HARMON - Cheerleader 1,2,3; Chorus 1; Class Officer 1; F.H.A. 1,2,3,4; F.H.A. Of- ficer 3; Homecoming Court 4; Paper Staff 2,4; Prom Waitress 2; Sweetheart Attendant 3; Thes- pian Club 4. CHANCEY HICKMAN - Baseball 1, 2, 3; Basketball 1,2,3; Co-Captain Basketball 2; Junior Play 3; Pep Club 2; Prom Committee 2. SCHARLENE HORN - Chorus 1,2, 3,4; Class Officer 2; Fall Festival Court 3; F.H.A. 1,2,3,4; G.A.A. 1,2, 3; Junior Play 3; Librarian 1,2, 3; Paper Staff 3; Pep Club 1,2,3,4; Prom Commit- tee 8. JOYCE HUGGINS - Annual Staff 1,2,3; Art Club 3; Cheerleader 1,3; Chorus 1,2, 3; Class Offi- cer 3; F.H.A. 3,4; F.N.A. 1,2,3; F.T.A. 1,2,3; F.A.A. 1,2,3; Junior Play 3; Librarian 3; Office Assistant 1,2, 3; Paper Staff 1,2, 3, 4; Pep Club 1,2, 3,4; Prom Committee 3; Student Council 3; Tennis Club 2, 3; Thespian Club 4; Thespian Club Officer 4. ROGER KING - Annual Staff 4; Band 1; Baseball 2; Co-Captain Football 4; Class Officer 3; Foot- ball 1, 2, 3, 4; Homecoming Escort 4; Thespian Club 4; Thespian Club Officer 4; Track 2, 3,4. HERB KMUCHA - Baseball 3; Basketball 1,2, 3, 4; Class Officer 1, 2,4; Junior Play 3; Paper Staff 2, 3,4; Prom Committee 3; Student Council 4; Usher 3. LARRY LAMPTON - F.G.I. 4; Frosh-Soph Club 1,2; Pep Club 2,3; Shop Club 1,2,3; Thespian Club 4; Wrestling Club 3. JILL LOEH - Chorus 1,2,3,4; F.H.A. 1,2,3,4; Librarian 4; Pep Club 2,4; Prom Committee 3. LADONNA LOWE - Chorus 1; F.H.A. 1,2, 3,4; F.H.A. President 4; Librarian 3; Paper Staff 4; Pep Club 2,4; Prom Committee 3; Prom Waitress 2; Sweetheart Attendant 3. KARL MAPLE - Class Officer 2,3; Football 3, 4; Homecoming Escort 4; Librarian 2,3,4; Paper Staff 1,2, 3; Editor 4; Thespian Club; Track 2,3,4; Usher 3. EDDIE MARTIE - Baseball 1,2,3,4; Basketball 1,2; Football 1,2,3,4; Homecoming Escort 4; Prom Waiter 2; Shop Club 2; Track 1, 2,3,4. NORMAN MARTIE - Band 1,2,3,4; Shop Club 2; Track 1.2-. SHIRLEY MARTIE - Chorus 1,4; F.H.A. 1,2,3,4; Librarian 4; Pep Club 2,4; Prom Committee 3; Office Assistant 3,4. ADA MAXEDON - Band 2; Chorus 1,2,3,4; F.H.A. 1,2,3,4; Pep Club 2; Sweetheart Attendant 1. RAYMOND PABST - Shop Club 2; Thespian Club 4; Track 2. RUTH PERRY - Annual Staff 3; Cheerleader 3,4; Chorus 1,2, 3, 4; Class Officer 1, 2,3; Fall Pesti- val Court 1,3; F.H.A. 1,2,3,4; F.H.A. Officer 3; F.H.A. President 4; G.A.A. 1,2,3; G.A.A. Officer 3; Homecoming Court 4; Junior Play 3; Librarian 2; Paper Staff 3,4; Pep Club 1, 2,3; Prom Committee 3. Senior Activities CATHY RE - Annual Staff 3, 4; Cheerleader 1,2, 3, 4; Chorus 1; Class Officer 1, 2, 3, 4; F.H. A. 1, 2, 3, 4; F. H. A. Officer 2, 3; Homecoming Court 1. 2, 3; Homecoming Queen 4; Paper Staff 2, 3; Prom Committee 3; Sweetheart Attendant 2, 3; Thespian Club 4; Thespian Club Officer 4; Usher 3. RALPH SIEBERT - All-Sports Manager 3, 4; Baseball 2, 3, 4; Basketball 2. ARVEL SPAIN - All-Sports Manager 1, 2; Baseball 4; Class Officer 3; President 4; Paper Staff 4; Pep Club 3, 4; Prom Committee 3; From Waiter 2; Shop Club 2; Thespian Club 4. SANDRA STACY - Chorus 1; Class Officer 1; F.H. A. 1,2,3; F.H.A. Officer 2; Librarian 1; Paper Staff 2, 4; Pep Club 2; Prom Waitress 2; Student Council 3, 4; Student Council Officer 4; Office Assistant 4. JULIA VANCIL - Class Officer 4; G. A. A. 1. 2,3; Junior Play 3; Paper Staff 3; Prom Committee 3;;Usher 3. RICK WARREN - Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4; Class Officer 4; Football 1, 2, 3, 4; Homecoming Escort 4; Prom Committee 3; Prom Waiter 2; Shop Club 2; Thespian Club 4; Track 1, 2. KARLA WISELY - Chorus 1; Class Officer 3; F.H. A. 1, 2, 3, 4; F. H. A. Officer 2, 3, 4; Librarian 2, 3; Librarian Officer 2, 3; Paper Staff 2,4; Pep Club 2; Prom Waitress 2; Thespian Club 4; Office Assistant 4. RICKY WISELY - Basketball 1,2; Class Officer 2; Junior Play 3; Paper Staff 3. The Class . . . In Action Pam Gleaton, Shirley Martie, and Jill Loeh enjoy Tex Fenton, Cliff Davis, Roger King. and Butch Karla Wisely's wit Bowlin seem to enjoy class TOP LEFT: Cliff Davis shows off his new teeth. CENTER: Russell MacMurray, Sonnie Crowe, Herb Kmucha, and Rickey Wisely struggle with their practice sets. LOWER LEFT: Yearbook editor Steve Foster uses his head. TOP RIGHT: Cliff Davis, Diane Harmon, Ruth Perry, and Shirley Mattie work on a tough typing assignment. LOWER RIGHT: A junior dance is the scene for much fun and much dancing. In this picture, Butch Bowlin is on his way across the floor while Joyce Huggins looks on. Karla Wisely is dancing with her back to the camera. m M H u h HHH u u m w m mmwum A 11 11111 11 g wm ;; ll;;; ll;;; lw WH STANDING: Eddie Fish, Publicity Chairman; Stuart Davis, President; Kenny Shaw, Publicity Chairman. SITTING: Debby Maksin, Secretary; Vickie Ferguson, Treasurer; Janet McMahan, Vice-President. m u u u u u u u - W n M WU m. H SANDIE COLE RICCI COOK LILLIAN CRANE CHARLES CREWS STUART DAVIS DONNA EATON Huh W WHWHHWW u u u u m u . u m m p m m x muu NORMAN BARNES BARBARA BERNARDINI JESS BROOKS BONNIE BURNS JERRY CASHION KAREN COCHRAN Hm m4 H H HHHMHH m m m m HHH HHHHH HHHH HHHHH H . HHHH HHH HHH HHH H HHH HHHHHHHHHH HHH HHH HHHHHHHHHHHHHH H DEE ETHERTON H . 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W . x uuuuuw ' W TERRY OWENS W DUKE PENNEL FREDERICK PERRY LADONNA PERRY MIKE PHILLIPS GARY PORTER DIANE PRESTON 'm m m m w W u um MHHHH H m ummmw , WM 22 " 1 jm xxx xx Steve Leek - a purposeful looking sophomore Francis Addison, Leonard Sanders, and other sophomores enjoy a pre-school gathering MIKE RUSSELL KATHY RUSSELL LEONARD SANDERS RICHARD SEYFERTH PHYLLIS SMITH KAREN WHITE FRED WINCHESTER CARLA YATES CHARLES YEARIAN JIM YOUNG Class of 1966 . . . RICHARD EDWARDS, President; JINX MAKSIN, Vice-President; CHERYL VANZANDT, Secretary; DAVE LEWIS, Treasurer. MEREDITH ANDERSON JANE BURROUGHS SUZANNE CLARK CHARLES COBIN ROY CRANE LINDA DAVIS SHERRI DOWNS RICHARD EDWARDS VICKIE FENTON DALE HARRIS ALLEN HOLMES SHARON HOLMES MARY JENKINS PHYLLIS JENNINGS JUDY KEIGLEY LOIS KRISFALUZY MARY LESLIE JINX MAKSIN PENN Y MAKSIN BRENDA MORGAN FRANCES MORGAN w H L TV 1 m m ,, Wmlh Hy MARY RITA JOHN PAMELA VAN LORETTA MOZI NAUSLEY OWENS PRESTON ROBINSON SEIBERT WWW . JERRY LINDA BONNIE SHERRY TENA KENNETH SEYFERTH SHERMAN SMITH SPYTEK STUBER TUTHILL , .LWWMSQCZ! CHERYL TERRY KENNET H DIANE VANZANDT WEAT HERF 0RD WILLIAMS YEARIAN The Class of 1966 . . . enjoys a class project---the reading and discussion of the novel, "The Diary of a Young Girl. " M - 3 LINCOMMON M VALOR WE kiwi? 7 7 , ,, ' , w r, ,. ;EI$W$W7T m m m u m . mm uqu m Ha Ha H1 : H HSuHX ma W WW a if .4; , H H MN H H M m, x x wH gawx STEVE FOSTER, Guard Co-Captain . . u m H H w HH H H H m F xxim H H H , x. . : . u Hg m m H 5; g; m :er gwwg E; Elverado ED MARTIE, Halfback CHARLES FUNK, Quarterback CLIFF DAVIS, Halfback EDD FISH, Halfback BILL FENTON, End JOHN FUNK, Tackle RANDY CARTER, Guard LCM H 'i m :u, A m w W u H . . m m 5. NH u H H w H H H XHXH H H H u m m H m H m u "m m m. mm m HH w .sg mm WM: EM ROGER KING, Guard Co-Captain Falcons HAROLD SEIBERT, Tackle mmmm Wm Wigniiiu: Hm H m m m M m m m u - - mmud KENNY SHAW, Fullback RICK WARREN, End CORDELL MORGAN, Fullback KARL MAPLE, Halfback STUART DAVIS, Tackle MILTON BdWLIN, Center Falcon Football Varsity 1962 TOP ROW: Coach Louis Ethenon, Cordell Morgan, Ed Mattie, Head Coach Roger Buyan. BOTTOM ROW: Bill Fenton, Stuart Davis, Steve Foster, Roger King, Milton Bowlin, John Funk, Rick Warren, Harold Seibert, Randy Carter. Ken Shaw, Edd Fish, Charles Funk, Cliff Davis, Karl Maple, VARS ITY SCORES ELV'ERADO 14 METROPOLIS 32 ELVERADO 14 U. HIGH 6 ELVERADO 21 CHRISTOPHER 0 ELVERADO 2 CARTERVILLE 21 ELVERADO 6 PINCKNEYVILLE 0 ELVERADO 6 ZEIGLER 40 ELVERADO 20 MCLEANSBORO 12 ELVERADO 19 SESSER 25 Charles Funk throwing a block for Ken Shaw in Homecoming game. Falcon B-Squad STANDING, left to right: Coach Bob Dawe, Duke Fennel, Bill Keith, Bill Cochran, Rodney Barwick, Francis Addison, Fred Winchester, Steve Leek, Gary Porter, John Comett, Sam Edwards, Coach Donald Stricklin. KNEELING, left to right: Richard Edwards, Leonard Sanders, Mike Cobin, Charles Cobin, Allen Holmes, Van Robinson, Kenny Fisher, Mike Russel. B -S QUAD SCORES ELVERADO '7 MCLEANSBORO 20 ELVERADO O ZEIGLER 47 ELVERADO 0 PINKNEYVILLE 34 ELVERADO 0 CARTERVILLE 7 ELVERADO O U. HIGH 19 ELVERADO '7 NASHVILLE 2 6 ELVERADO O METROPOLIS 21 MANAGERS: Ralph Seibert, Jim Giffirl. as $56! 1E wan QW?W Wm . H . v Varsity F alcons i1 MILTON BOWLIN . 7 . CLIFF DAVIS Senior Senior RICK WARREN Senior STEVE FOSTER Senior 9 3,1! .. .7 ' - BILL FENTON 9'9 a a Senior 4 ! 4'4 x. CHARLES CREWS . - . . ' K ' EDD FISH Junior yer; ' , A Junior CHARLES FUNK ' ' " ,1 4 , KENNY SHAW Junior , - Junior X . CHARLES GUDE V15 , .35 , , Semor w? a ik xix; ti: Falcon Basketball Varsity 1962 LEFT TO RIGHT: Charles Funk, Cliff Davis, Milton Bowlin, Charles Gude. Charles Crews. Bill Fenton. Steve Foster, Rick Warren, Eddie Fish, and Kenny Shaw VARSITY SCORES Falcons 48 Murphysboro 45 Falcons 68 Attucks 65 62 Hurst 48 67 Zeigler-Royalton 71 65 Sesser 61 '78 Steeleville 75 77 Christopher 45 70 Gorham 49 59 University High 56 84 Thompsonville 37 57 Equality 72 Season Record? 58 Red End 85 64 Chester 49 Won - 16 Lost - 7 58 Steeleville 59 59 Attucks 64 8Does not include end-of-season tournaments. 58 Norris City 60 95 Carterville 50 Average Scores: 72 Steeleville 82 60 Zeigler-Royalton 54 It is interesting to note that the Falcons scored 89 Christopher 45 an average of 67 points per game, while our 67 Sesser 50 opponents scored an average of 58. 67 University High 48 Carterville 52 Falcon B-Squad . . . wHHHH u . , , v u: 33mm u STANDING: Gary Porter, Van Robinson, Eugene Davis, Bill Cochran, Bill Keith, Steve Leek, Duke Pennell. KNEELING: Allen Holmes, Leland Coffer, Kenny Fisher, John Cornett, Mike Russell, Kenneth Tuthill, Charles Cobin. B-Squad Cheerleaders . . . Cheryl Vanzandt, Jinx Maksin, Frances Morgan, and Nancy McCleland led cheers. Varsity Cheerleaders m m m m m WM m , - 7 Wk; uH wu 1 m u u u m u u HmeHme xx , w u at w LEFT TO RIGHT: Debby Maksin, Donna Eaton, Vickie Ferguson, Ruth Perry, Bonnie Burns, Cathy Re. A Year in Sports . . . Football season brought a large following of fans and an admirable record. The first year under Head Coach Roger Buyan could be termed quite successful. In this picture, some of our fans seem to be more interested in our photographer than they are in the game. Cheerleaders Debby Maksin and Donna Eaton give support The excited fans are Sandie Cole and Sonnie behind an interested looking bench. Crowe. As each year does, 1962 ran its course. The crispness of autumn gave away to the chill of winter - with that change came the change from football to basketball. The Elverado Falcons had an interesting sea- son with several heartbreaking moments. On the next two pages you will probably see a scene you re- member . . . including players, the coach, and fans. Pre-game warmup . . . H x H M H m m x u x u x u m m m m JMHMH , 7 e mmw mm H w Edd Fish. . . Charles Gude . . the cheerleaders, and Tex Fenton warmed up for the game with Zeigler-Royalton. was followed by instructions from the referees and The National Anthem . . . Both teams forget competition and become simply Americans for a moment. Zeigler-Royalton's Bill Dial and our Tex Fenton and Cliff Davis receive pre-game instructions. the coach . . . W, at work . . . concerned relaxed . . . happy the fans helped too . . . In the Zeigler-Royalton contest. the coach and the team worked hard. Not only did they work hard on the floor that night, they worked for weeks in advance. The fans were aware of this preparation and showed the enthusiasm due a great team. The gym echoed with the happy shouts of Falcon victory. Favoritesi Democracy is . . . the recurrentwsuspicionmthat more than half of the people are right more Vthan half of the time . . . an idea whicthamT bgenq disproved yet . . . 3, ' E. B. White Senior MOST POPULAR Cliff Davis and Karla Wisely m m a , m , BEST GROOMED Karl Ed Maple and Ruth Perry MOST COURTEOUS Chancey Hickman and LaDonna Lowe Favorites MOST DEPENDABLE Karl Ed Maple and Louise Cornett H saw 1 3 1 ;w u' H V mum MW , w MOST ATHLETIC Cathy Re and Cliff Davis M u' u u M NH u u u , H mm H Wu. MOST LIKELY TO SUCCEED Pam Gleaton and Bill Fenton mm xxx m x M 11W W W L 1: u' n W'- V H h H H H Wm m m m mHMHm quW" W M. U A , - pH wWMHHWHM mu Before we put down our bets ori a revolut oh- ary movement, we have a right to ask that it, like ours, have the broad goals of freedom and human welfare clearly before it . . . , C linton Rossiter rm; :2 mmmm u u , g. Wu m-HMM V- n u u h HHHHHHMH u u u u Future Homemakers of America muWHm FIRST ROW: Pam Gleaton, Karla Wisely, Diane Harmon, Eleanor Berry, Jill Loeh, Louise Cornett. SECOND ROW: Joyce Huggins, Sonnie Crowe, Sharon Havens, Mary L. Jenkins, Shirley Martie, Bonnie Smith, Scharlene Horn, Brenda Morgan, LaDonna Lowe, Joyce Farley, Mrs. Hicks--Sponsor. THIRD ROW: Marsha McMurray, Barbara Bernardini, Rita Nausley, Mary Leslie, Sharon Holmes, Linda Sherman, Phyllis Jennings, Meredith Anderson, Suzanne Clark, Linda Davis. FOURTH ROW: Mary Davis, Phyllis Smith, LaDonna Perry, Nancy McCleland, Wilma Coffer, Phyllis Blumen- stock, Tony Etherton, Doris Alstat, Brenda Brewer. FIFTH ROW: Patsy Sherman, Terry Owens, Joyce Bobbish, Judy Keigley, Carla Yates, Linda Barwick, Vickie Fenton, Ione Frazier. SIXTH ROW: Ruth Perry, Vickie Ferguson, Janet McMahan, Cathy Russell, Margaret Lewis, Marsha Hartsock, Sharon Hawk, Joann Brewster, Ada Davis. SEVENTH ROW; Dale Harris, Jane Burroughs, Lois Krisfaluzy, Jinx Maksin, Cheryl Vanzandt, Penny Maksin, Frances Morgan, Sherry Spytek, Tena Stuber, Sherri Downs, Mary Mozi. EIGHTH ROW: Joann Loeh, Carol Wolfe, Bonnie Burns, Carolyn Lenzini, Karen White, Veronica Doerr, Loretta Seibert, Karen Leslie, Sue Maksin. NINT H ROW: Cathy Re, Karen Cochran, Debby Maksin, Donna Eaton. The FHA officers led their organization . . . ,, 1MP, W4 t mmmmmW . . .in many interest- ing and worthwhile ac- tivities. The girls, as were the students in other organizations, were faced with the problem of a successful merger of two chapters. Transition was surpris- ingly smooth and the Christmas and Sweet- heart Dances were the FHA social highlights of the year. The Elverado Chapter had two section officers --Pam Gleaton as vice- president and Joyce Farley as secretary. L FIRST ROW: Karen Cochran, Vice -President; LaDonna Lowe, President; from the Elk- ville Chapter. Ruth Perry, President; Vickie Ferguson, Vice-President; from the Vergennes Chapter. SECOND ROW: Sue Maksin, Treasurer; LaDonna Perry, Treasurer; from the Elkville and Vetgennes Chapters respectively. Debby Maksin, Secretary from Elkville; Patsy Sherman, Secretary from Vergennes. Section officers Joyce Farley and Pam Gleaton join chapter sponsor Mrs. Alma Hicks in examining a Future Homemaker emblem. . . . The SENIOR DRAMATICS CLUB offered w m m mmmmmm practical work in speech and entertained with their play . . . EIGHTH ROW: John Funk, Miss Re, Sponsor, Dennis Russell. SEVENTH ROW: Norman Martie, Raymond Pabst, Herbert Davis, Arvel Spain. SIXTH ROW: Charles Gude, Karl Ed Maple, Eleanor Berry. FIFTH ROW: Cliff Davis, Karla Wisely, Diane Harmon. FOURTH ROW: Butch Bowlin, Rick Warren, Sonnie Crowe, Randy Carter. THIRD ROW: Roger King, Parliamentarian, Cathy Re, Secretary, Steve Foster, Vice-President. SECOND ROW: Pam Gleaton, Treasurer, Joyce Huggins, Publicity Chairman. FIRST ROW: Bill Fenton, President. LIBRARIANS enabled the Library to function . . . FIRST ROW: Shirley Mattie, Jill Loeh, Louise Cornett, Judy Keigley. SECOND ROW: Mary L. Jenkins, Jane Burroughs, Barbara Bemardini, Miss Re, Co-Sponsor, Marsha McMurray, Joyce Bobbish, Ricci Cook, Butch Bowlin, Karl Ed Maple, Mr. Shannon, Co-Sponsor. THE TATTLER staff under editor Karl Ed Maple tried to give the students a voice . . . Karl Ed Maple, who assumed the leadership of the school newspaper after a year as assistant editor, proved to be a capable organizer. The paper attempted to change its format to the point where each student would be interested. . . . . .Behind every good leader are good followers. FIFTH ROW: Herb Kmucha, Mr. Shannon, Sponsor, Butch Bowlin, Sports Editor. FOURTH ROW: Arvel Spain, Bill Fenton, Edd Fish, Assistant Editor, Charles Funk. THIRD ROW: Karen Leslie, Vickie Feuton, Diane Harmon, Vickie Ferguson, Karla Wisely, Distri- bution. SECONDROW: Donna Eaton, Ad- ve'rtising, Louise Cornett, Sue Maksin, Assistant Editor. FIRST ROW: Karl Ed Maple, Editor, Mary Davis, Joyce Huggins, Ruth Perry. An Editor. . .Steve Foster, who worked long hours in pursuit of the best possible memory collection for the first year of the Elverado Unit. Deadlines were met--sometimes barely, Tempers remained cool--usually, Pictures were taken--sometimes haphazardly, And the book was finished--on time. The members of the copy staff are shown below re- ceiving instructions from their editor. . . Dee Ethenon, Janet McMahan, Patsy Sherman, Eleanor Berry, Cathy Re, Assistant Editor, Mr. Shannon, Sponsor. Advertising staff members had sore feet and tired voices but were never daunted. . . SECOND ROW: Cliff Davis, Kenny Shaw, Roger King. FIRST ROW: Pam Gleaton, Adver- tising Manager, Bonnie Burns. The STUDENT COUNCIL worked hard on Homecoming . . . SECOND ROW: Steve Foster, President, Ken Shaw, Larry Hickman, Steve Leek, Herb Kmucha. FIRST ROW: Joyce Farley, Karen Cochran, Janet McMahan, Terry Owens, Frances Morgan, Linda Sherman. . . . and the Band played on THIRD ROW: Diane Yearian, Nancy McCleleand, Karen White, Norman Mattie, Butch Bowlin, Edd Fish, Stuart Davis, Charles Crews, Steve Foster, Duke Pennell, Steve Leek, Pam Gleaton, Bonnie Burns. SECOND ROW: Frances Morgan, Penny Maksin, Sherri Downs, Tena Stuber, Mary Mozi, Jim Giffin, Carol Wolfe, Bill Keith, Carla Yates, Sherry Spytek, Karen Cochran, Loretta Seibert. FIRST ROW: Linda Davis, Brenda Morgan, Sue Maksin, Debby Maksin, Jinx Maksin, Lois Krisfaluzy, Cheryl Vanzandt, Dale Harris, Jane Burroughs, Mary Davis. The CHORUS gave several concerts and music to study by . . . 1:: h by r FIFTH ROW: Judy Keigley, Jinx Maksin, Lois Krisfaluzy, Dale Harris, Scharlene Horn, Joyce Farley, Phyllis Smith, Marsha Hartsock, Margaret Lewis, Marsha McMurray, Mary Davis. FOURTH ROW: Suzanne Clark, Phyllis Jennins, Meredith Anderson, Carla Yates, Karen White, Phyllis Blumen- stock, Wilma Coffer, Patsy Sherman, Linda Barwick, Ione Frazier, Donna Bryant. THIRD ROW: Rita Nausley, Mary Leslie, Sharon Holmes, Linda Sherman, Frances Morgan, Penny Maksin, Cheryl Vanzandtl Sherri Downs, Sherry Spytek, Tena Stuber, Mary Mozi, Loretta Seibert. SECOND ROW: Nancy McCleland, Ada Davis, Brenda Morgan, Cathy Russell, Janet McMahan, Ruth Perry, Bonnie Bums, Carolyn Lenzini, Carol Wolfe. FIRST ROW: Shirley Martie, 1111 Loeh, Sus Maksin, Donna Eaton, Karen Leslie, Karen Cochran, Debby Maksin, Joann Loeh. The Elverado Chorus, under the direction of Mr. Barney Munday, sang their way through a banner year. The teachers of Jackson County, at their fall institute, witnessed the first public performance by the chorus. L'ater activities included a Christmas concert and singing at the school Christmas party. Fans at a pte-Christmas basketball game were treated to a brilliant display or candelight and singing. From, 1962 . . . B1ue Hawai? h NM W . HHHM CHM H HwWHHHWWW W H x A M u u m UH W SEATED: Pam Gleaton, Karla Wisely. Shirley Mattie. Jill Loeh STANDING: Randy Carter, Eddie Martie, Steve Foster, Ralph Seibert, Sonnie Crowe, John Funk, Cathy Re, Norman Martie, Arvel Spain, Herb Davis SEATED: Diane Harmon, Eleanor Berry, Claudia Hartsock. LaDonna Lowe STANDING: Butch Bowlin, Roger King, Rick Warren, Karl Ed Maple, Bill Fenton Waiters and Waitresses x m u H h SEATED: Jim Wiggins, Eddie Fish, Pat Perryman, Sandie Cole, Kenny Shaw STANDING: Charles Crews. Sue Maksin, Bonnie Burns. Charles Funk, Debby Maksin, Joann Loeh. Harold Seibert. Feasting at the Elks Hall Homecoming 1962 . . . Holiday in Music "Holiday in Music" was probably the best kept secret theme in the history of Elkville. Vergennes, and Elverado. The aim of the student council in presenting Homecoming 1962 was to make the first Elverado Homecoming a real success. Preparations were underway shortly after school started. Many late meetings were held at Miss Re's house for the purpose of ironing out small problems and getting all decorations ready to place in the gym. The theme was carried out in two colors - black and white. Although stark colors by themselves, the black and white streamers were softened by the addition of blue lights and a red carpet. One new feature of the decorations was that the crepe paper streamers all started at the center of the gym. This gave a canopied effect to the gym and led many people to guess that the theme would be "Under the Big Top. " The big night finally arrived, the decorations were up, the crowd was in suspense, and then coro- nation began. Cathy Re was crowned Homecoming queen and led her subjects in enjoying "Holiday in Music. " Queen Cathy and Court . . . LEFT TO RIGHT: Randy Carter. Jinx Maksin, Bill Fenton. Marsha Hartsock, John Funk, Vickie Ferguson, Karl Ed Maple, Mary Ann Spytek - Retiring Queen, Eddie Mattie, Ruth Perry. Queen Cathy, Roger King, Diane Har- mon, Cliff Davis, Donna Eaton, Rick Warren, Debby Maksin, Steve Ford, Nancy McCleland, Butch Bowlin, Frances Morgan, and Steve Foster. W MW Sweetheart Dance . . . The Annual Sweetheart Dance was held in the gymnasium on Saturday evening, February 9, 1963. The theme, Cinderella Ball, was carried out with beautiful purple and gold crepe paper. The highlight of the evening was the coronation of Miss Donna Eaton as queen of F.H. A. for 1968. The Queerfs Court Retiring Queen - Louise Cornett Retiring Queen - Joyce Farley Candidate - Pam Gleaton Escort - Norman Martie Escort - Steve Foster Escort - Doug Farm g5 Hwy V3 Candidate - Karla Wisely Candidate - Jill Loeh Candidate - Sharon Hawk Escort - Bill Fenton Escort - Charles Lemons Escort - Dee Etherton Candidate - Carol Wolfe Attendant - Marsha Hartsock Attendant - Phyllis Smith Escort - Cordell Morgan Escort - Tom Morgan Escort - Kenny Fisher Attendant - Cheryl Vanzandt Attendant - Penny Maksin Crown Bearer - Stevie Aken Escort - John Funk Escort - Charles Funk Flower Girl - Jane Ann Buyan F H WW1 117 W m m ' ' M " m m u x Wm H :3 m m x . H mm, H mm m S w h MHM Mmuuq ; Hamming m M: m :w m m w 'R n x uuw th mu . ' : mmm Wm B n u m u m Junior Class Play . . . 5Finders Creeper? 5 9 5 :iv : 4 J.Jm x 5w kVHHH M mum Three members of the cast - Stu Davis, Charles Crews, and Kenny Shaw pose for a picture before going on stage. The Cast Wilbur Maxwell --------------------------- CHARLES FUNK Hercules Nelson - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -. ------------ DEE ETHERTON Celeste ------------------------------- DONNA EATON Nina Quigley --------------------------- VICKIE FERGUSON Frankie - -. ----------------------------- DEBBY MAKSIN Aunt Mary -------------------------------- SUE MAKSIN Uncle Bob ------------------------------ STUART DAVIS Granny -------------------------------- KAREN LESLIE Mr. Quigley ---------------------------- CHARLES CREWS Dr. Brown -------------------------------- EDDIE FISH Madeline ------------------------------- CAROL WOLFE Harry Schuster ----------------------------- KENNY SHAW Daphne -------------------------------- BONNIE BURNS Claude --------------------------------- JESS BROOKS Henry ------------------------------- RODNEY WALKER The Pre-school, Noon Hour, and Classroom Clubs . . . On the following three pages are some candid shots of school life. We have attempted no pattern in these shots - only unposed things which really happened were photographed. The Pre-School and Noon Hour Set found varied activities . . The empty Study Hall above filled each morning with groups like the one to the right - Charles Funk. Debby Maksin, and Karen Leslie. The pre-school gathering became a commonplace event with many of the students and faculty members. The empty stairs below became noisy when Fred Winchester, Charles Crews, John Funk, Cordell Morgan, and some 100 other lunchroom eaters for- got that the "yellow flag was out and they should hold their position. " One of the year's most familiar couples was Bonnie Burns and Rick Warren. A typical lunch hour scene shows Bonnie, above, in her lonely wait for Rick to finish shooting baskets. At right, sixth hour is about to begin so they must bid farewell. The Classroom Set, as shown below, was also active: . . . LEFT: Bonnie Burns, Charles Funk, and Diane Har- mon enjoy English 111. LOWER LEFT: Jerry Seyferth gives another student some help while Brenda Morgan looks perturbed at the photographer. LOWER RIGHT: Students in 8th Hour Typewriting I are shown as they work on a business letter project. UPPER LEFT: Debby Maksin, Carolyn Lenzini, and Janet McMahan are shown in English 111 UPPER RIGHT: Frances Morgan tops a pyramid of Cheryl Vanzandt. Mary Jenkins, Dale Harris, Lois Krisfaluzy. Sherri Downs, and Jinx Maksin RIGHT: Scharlene Horn, Karla Wisely, and Diane Harmon rest in shorthand II LOWER RIGHT: Dave Lewis, Sharon Holmes, Terry Weatherford, Allen Holmes. and John Owens seem more interested in the camera than in English I LOWER LEFT: Suzanne Clark, Pam Preston, Vickie Fenton, lone. Frazier, and Loretta Seibert work on vocabulary in English class + L - , 55 H "m H 11 MW ': W . 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